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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 26, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. OFfICE OVER R. H. BERRY'S AUCTION ROOM.: TER.USM'WO DOLLARS 1DT1KCE.'

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I BY JONES & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLA., JUNE 26 1858. VOL. X--NO.26.

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-iIliT Written for ile.FloriJian d Jmtrna.1. Tl1ig lad renittk was made in consequence ,, ;i ie God His Day, V
i l Curbs. :[anb I
Professional[ I prUrt5iaf gasitftssTOE. : ; !LJ WELL THAT EXBS WELL: of a \i:ibls cloud that passed over tho fva J : not be a rotb!:. lIe that. stea't! ,
u = "' tures of Monroe, upon the interrogation of | 7th commandment Above all,

MILES HASH 1. ANDERSON, I CflArTr.Ic I. Dan. For soma minutes ho_ sat, with fixed ;I Sunday is God's property

1 ...Attriao'- Lz.vcr, i and glaring! eyes whilo Dan looked tn in i Diy*

DKALKBK IN ANDSOLIC1IOR I Doomctl-doorned-dinc-d Oi! Coil! \vcnder, Munrce at last broke the silenceDn t '! yoc for yon coal's sake, c.

DRUGS, CSEfe PALMS, IN EQ V1TY, I how long shall I endure this hsrrille and almost .' ," said he, I ant the posse or of a j I { : I Sabbath bet to ke p it holy!

IKXAXNA, FLA. insupportable suspense Shall! past recollections sclwhicis: has for years leen !locked up : : sell, or idle year time on

ViEDICINES, IS OILS 1 -( I and past errors haunt me even in witlun: : ciy own bosom, and wLic! I Lrod '} ,i not the example all arocnd

"I JUAOTICES the Courts (.JacVson; Wa..bin. this lone waste I Where I have none to ccm not breathe to mortal ear ; but if you will \ invitation companions, I tat
"TOULD infi-rm tUoir jT-n 's aiul!.the putlic I JL tri and FrnmRiii-in the Supreme Court atMa- mono will)-none to whom I dare reveal t I I prortisf* eternal secresy I will give you a : : 'i thing move yon to depart from
V\" they: s'aie lr::.ftierallv ve o:: Hianl ki-pt a line'rtmcnt of busin o14flCzrti.es I nnannd A in tie United State's Distiict Court at which! U forever preying upon my conscience. sketch of my life, which includes! th" ECCIC'' ,I t ,>, that God's Day s. ov'.d fa

a".1 i will be r* shall l>a rcaiona!>;'e.Tallsbasv IIoTJ.J. V.Taj lei llaVtr TalInI13f. ( no remedy for my conscience stricken soul p-lY.i1l'! justice to you l\e SUIt.red the c. i ; ; is one of the greatest Lies

*. -r.iI911!: 1SB3-_ __ 14___ (II. L. Rutgers, Agent S. W. IL Bank Hut why should I thus repute Away with : meat ago y oa account of it. But dClYt5I I f has given man. Do not

Dr. Miles K Nash lIon. J.J. Finley. ilari.-nnn such thoughts, away forever with such memories I pnmi.e ?" !' \ of this blessing. Ho that V
Isaac Widgeon JVg't. IJ. Col embus, HariannaDec. am 1 not a man, made in God's own : Ton honor Charley: I'll never tell any- I his day is unfit for Heaven,
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<>rf Eftf JtS OFESICNALStCVICk$1O ASDSlEK.IIN-niNOeoCMKT.THE CITIZENS Or 12. 1857. SO-Cci image with an honc-t heart ? Is not my repentance thing jou fchall tell rne to-nigLt. No, all the [ eternal Sunday. CIi, "bild you
TAU.AHA3SEE ----- -- -----
EDWIN A. HART, sullicient to aton't for iny errors! Injun betwixt h-land Boston ccoldn't forceit Ills flay .
with Dr. M. Nash.imnoedintcljrastoftlie I
OFFICE: !l'. I .A.1't01-i:1.0Y-1 La"t7V, I Then no longer will I culVer snch thoughts! to out'n mo." \ caring fat the SaLLalh: and

_."If l :i-_ __ __.__ I I overpower n;." EIIOl'g!:, Dan ; I en not sasp-'Cf you for : : < : wjH) vive i Uvt cvijiz/ar_iciir:
Tallahassee Florida. i
moment So without foULer .reflriii. : wEIcnleau 13 this coaclu-
I Such was the language used \>y CharesMnnroe i any !
Dr. J. E. Leavitt, TILL prncticc in tl;". Circuit Courts ot the ilidI whom we now introduce to the rca. narics I'll giro my Ftory-" :: amid regur r. Begin with not
< !( l i'-'rr't.; and} tie 1-iij-rcnio Court of this 1 native of and there is a I and
Georgia, day J'ou"iIl not
soon
OFFTftS HIS rLOFE-rfrOXAt EEkVlCtS: TO THE FtCLH.OFFICE 1'\1 der. His ago was about forly-flvc-though am a
and the Di tnot Ciot of tin United Stalce.ntI
in NASIl'S NEW BUILDING near the lhuFt' t; OOka over the Store of Jlessrs. tbe casual observer would say sixly.: Such f'eIj'it!lin my bosom which draws me i ; 'IS ; you will! soon 4teaS3 to

G. & J. jUe illbl39. was thelmpross that time and guilt had. mask unco:jsciously toward my native State. I suspect : I I ; ; and by-and-by you uiil

_>!av" e-J!. 1S5S_ __ _._ 21 __ __ __ ._ I Jan. :0, 1S53.. 4 upon him. His hair was becoming gray, it to be pride, for although I have seen thy I i at all. Lt't:1 man lay tuo
:MEDIC.t11 NOTIE.) j -- ------ --- -- brow contracted and checks furrowed, wl pledged mvsclf -ill-lifc-fortune and sacred I having no S&llaiJi, and 1 acm

-0- A. J. PEELER'S, upon close inspection } cu wouIJ perceive honor to the defence of this my ait>;>tcd State, I if lie Cnlshes with the topsto..d

BondHAVIN'tr I LAW &, COLLECTION OFFICE, that in his youthful days he was fine looking, yet I never hear the name mentioned but I !1
Drs. Robertson T.t1.LVA1IASE. FLOniDAorncE and his conversation smack-d c-f something can feel my bosom swell within me. My ; saying of Judge! II..U

[ f"riuc d"i co ofi partnercUip> their services i in -practic to the cit. I rr STAIRS ix TilE SAME BUILDIXO A\D OPPOSITE more refined, more dignified and noble t1 all Father was and probably now is in affluent j who were convicted of

if'O4 of fall ali profession.a..&<', nn.1 i turroundiug r roontry.5f I THE DOOtt OF 1I1E FLCEIP1AS JOCEXAL \FH'] F.. his general appearance wou'd: indic tl'. His I circumstances, and 1 his only child was petted : I I while! he was upon the b*.:t.ui
:L Cilice over the Store Uteljr occuj ieJ Ly Bet I. "V\7 ILL IractJce in the Circuit ConrUof GadiHlcn. dress, though rude in material, showed to advantage 1. caressed and spoiled. Every thing that I dc- i I 8 few who would not confess
I I Loon AVuLulla.Jc'fiiison and Madv! >n. and I sired lavished I was liberal j : that! their
tt'lI.t llizxt. a fine form powerful and sinewy; as was upon me. they began c&rc r o$
I
attend the collection of and
Feb. -*."f 7 S-If I promptly to liotcs ac with FatTier's and was consideredby ; t, a neglect of the Sabbath."
it His dark and my money
cour.ls in any of lid Counties.Feb. was. e)cs were piercing
--Ell; tlfA-Ii iY-l' ; r. I 27. 1S63. -tfGWYNN I and at intervals would flash forth a beaming my acquaintances a liberal, hig t.mindcJ, I ., by God's help! that you
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I light and again sink into a dull li.stlvss stare honorable fellow. .My Father intended that the J-'ttbbath day to keep it
WILL CONTINUE THfi & HILTON -thus betraying the workings of the fiery I should havo a thorough education and to I it by -regular attendance at

DRUG! & MEDICINE BUSINESS soul beneath. lie was seated en a rude form that end I was sent off to College after having I I the gospel is preached.- 4

2?" AT THE OLD STAND BIOS _j 3 I At"torn.cys zt La"'VJ', in one of those ptlmitivo Cabins savommon: acquired the rcdimenta of an educationat : .Jer a t faithful ministry, and,

T.'u.L.-\JUSSEE. TLA. on tho frontier. and was in nn abstractedmood. the school in coy native town. In due season I let your place in church never

OF THE MOKTAR, I). \Y. CSWYKS-0-cV I{. 15. JIII/TOIV His ibin was situated in a nook ol I becan.e regularly a member of -- 1 ] GcJ His Day.
j found its the bir.ks College, and by application loon won the :
associated thcmschoe together in the the Prairie which way to !
I HAVING: of La..11 giTo ttr jot .tt**>u.at ; of tlio Ycgoa Uivor which lows through! tho esteem of the Professors, and also gained the: i ; j for Planting Corn.
Corner of Clint anJ Monroe btttft!,Tallahassee. : J all business* rntmsts to them. They Trill attend interior of Texas until it mingles with t'le! good will of tho Alumni, I mastered my stud I i three inches deep it will

__J uarL19.1S .& r. __ .___ ; the: Supreme Court tL U. S. Pi;tnct Court, and the waters of the Rio Urr.zos.: The time our story ies with ease and at Commencement I came grow riftily for a while until f
InEUCAr NOTICE. Circuit Court at Tallahassee' and al!o the Circuit off with colors having received the first t inches then it will
I Couitsof Gndsden "W'tknlla, Jefferson. Madison and commences was when Texas was jet a fling high ;
-eee-- I IlaisiUon Ccuutit. Ofi'.ce: at the Court-L'U8C in Itepuhlic, in the year 18-. i honors of the University, and an additional : days or a fortnight. If now.
A. FELER..7.. C. BITFS. I Ta1Iabat5?", Well Charley, how now, ole feller ? YouI I certificate from the Faculty lauding me in : : roots to a cc)tain the cause
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------ Peeler & BatesI."i'G _March__ C. iW.HOGUE. 1_C1_ Y seem to be haunted )by Blue Devils, and from j fine stile, ard speaking in glowing terms of i I I upon the growth of the corn, *
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i your looks one would think! you had jist had i my morality, &c. At length-1 returned home, I that a joint has formed about i

'I af*,cuted and R tUtiifw,: ;;ln's. pitifully in-the practice ofitr & AIfIAKER, I a l long race with 'em. Come Charloy, dont j I not the stripling that left four years before, ', : half! above tho kernel from

their service to the I'uMum rry.the trtaltueut of all I ATTORNEYS & COUiNSELLORSI be 'shamed you know* this i aint, the first time but a finely formed and! miller handsome mn'l i I hare spructed and that the
acute as well a! chI oute W ank( I.ab, Jefiurson co, Fla. ; .T 3Jw, a feller wha's the matter? Are yet i in love, I was ensconced in th< fid: Ilotnestend.i .: I ; process of the changing root

_Jan.- 9.: 1S5-J_ __ 2- f _._ !I!i! I-T A7E Law ,formed and will.\ eo-paitncr&hip attend: to any professional in the practice busiI of- th ? Or are Jet gitiiti afcard of (he cussed i Proud of such a son, my Father took particular : : plant ceases to grow pcrcep-
rcdskhs who the whites pains to see that I was introduced into I i ground. The stalk and ears
B H BERRY I ucac Commission, I D. 1'. 1IO01.f.. A. TERRY AMAKEU. 1 like all creation." the most fashionable clrcl; .s, and for a time I I after this change, as corn
and
Auctioneer f:- SIsyl.lWS. 18 This was said by a tall, lank supple! man: I was ir.toxicitdiiih! fihion; (flirtation, &e. I : : I we:', but there is a Toss of about
MERCHANT.AILABASPEE Soon I becono tired of this and and resolved the and of tho V
i who mado his appearance as the door of thoj : growth matwity
ria-.S'-t, ?9, W:_ 59S. -WIJ"L AIYI SCOTT, j j Cabin as Munroe finished his soliloquy.: upon liiing a more quid life, for I loved retirement I I r to bo derived from this

S. KNIGHT i A \;liSY! AT LAW, Dan Sheets, you have known me long t. ftly wishes were made known to I I: Iy, that to have early corn,. (;

MOXTICELLO.rLAJJaly : '.I, enough not to ask such simple 'questions.I .- Father, who, after slight opposition, purchased i : more then an inch and
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT I. sir that I whoso for mo a [:1(1:1 but a short distance Irom townto : T )
SO t 1 janpiKimTii I you suppose, courage r % V
TALI. %H\SSr.E, t-L'IIPA. ----V V 30,1853.. _._ .__ I,, you have seems t tested more than once, thcu I which; place I carried my negroes. My somewhoare nowcngaged

ScpIi:, ll. 1C4. O'i "OTICE.0 for a moment fear tlicio fiend taeernat', :I lime was spent in reading, corrcsponui.iij to read the following rec- V I II
----- these devils that are killing up our settlers .' | with my College chu-ns, huntingfishing &c. l I (' made by a careful obsar-

T. W.TALLAHASSEE. BREVARD, Jr", Dr. Wm F. Shine I' And do you suppose thatlove could penetrate !j One day-and such a day-would to God I I: V 1

.ttrz31L1t La""OC", 0 -FECS HIS PROFESSIONAL SEa ICF" TO THE, I"OILIC.II this heart of mine ? If you have any business i I had never seen it ; how much of misery and I I i 1. iacli deep, eIlDU U? in 8 j d.j&
FLA.18SS. I with let it be known in the shortest} I woe would I have escaped is impossible to I Ij ". 44 9 j I
/ VFICJft adjoining that of Dr! Gamble] A UettonJ me pos. i
A.rri! 4, ___ 1'1. ___ II May 8, 1868. 19-ly I slide way, and never again make such a re I tell.'Jt I F r 2 10 .
--- this point there was a long pause in I "
HIGH: A. CORLEY, -- mark to me. This was paid in rather a I 12} : 11 j
DENTISTIt. harsh tone and with a kindling eye. t which only the deep drawn sighs of the narrator I A II IS 12 "

Attorney at Law, Now, ole feller dont git riled. Keep I were heard, while Dan looked on in i r 31" 'f II 13 "

TALLAHASSEE FLA. I cool and I may tell yet sumthin that will kind. I amazement. At length the story was re- 2 II If u jj> uHj

II I Irish.} No I dont doubt sumed "' II V
Charley, 17
iaisc
17. 5.1 er yet I }
January y_ I oJ"G
On the alluded to I was imr.tng,
II yer courage, I know a truer and braver man day ny ( weak and died
m A
Yonge & McClellan, I never madte tracks on the Yogurt than yon, |I I rifle and dog my only companion*, and havinghad : I up.very Agriculturalist.

L"ttoirxa.oyfi o-t; :XIO-X. I and if I hurt jer feelii.s!! I as yer pardon for long walk over the lulls. I was tempted ,
to descend into a hollow, partly to enjoy the I
rftACTICE IS ALL THE COl'tTS OF \TE8T. FLO HI DA.OlTlcc it was onintcnliunal.! I !
I cool shade and in hopes tof finding some Cox,L-Mmvn PEOPLE.-Dr.
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at M \KIANVA.C. (jiw me jcur Hand, Dm, said Munroe,
C. YONOE.J. F. McCLELLA j I ought to hav known yu did not inte-d spring. I was proceeding cautiously, thinking I ("_Health. says to his
I friends You
: want
air.nOt
March 13. 1838. 11-lf j 1 ri-HE un lcr iTie! !' -L itinfr Q, ,<; \ j "f".*;rally povtrSl times duringi I in mal Lt But what is tho news you w'1?!. when in passing i a sudden bend or turn I I pure air not medicated air;
i the rrewnt ye-, w i .'r.- l.e wi ill"l l bc.plIto v ait oa confronted deircn in Immnn shape (for such n, such1 as plenty of meat
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Ben] F. Young I tr report Take a seat and lei us 1 have it ini a ( !
I
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T.is itcrvicce.
: nil i! tli'i lovely
he a
l.e to forcibly detaining
i full. proved ,) I
f.\ 1'rJf'.It. I Teeth inM rtfi on t''>" Cl-copla-'ic PioccraaprccS$
UjJJ r.ih lJ .1 j" V J t"t diseoYt' tnaidcn, for what I know not but I ; gasping for cir tannot
ill u p 1 entirely IH w, srl.ioh nirpft-'l's anytlil i. Well paid Dan it lint no use for moi I purpose .
AXDtfOLICITOIi red for full :dt. huudicus of the lxst certitloa.tca to try to explain anything to you like it ought lerx'-ard learned, he was persuading her:1"1' I capers( in gymnasium CAn.I
IX FRUITY, t' 1 favu till bo Quiaey on and stimulants cannot eur .-
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cnn rt u its in with him for the of forming
li'.f tie to be, but I'll tell 3 er we have hot work ahead f elcpe purpose I
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of tlae n Cit .Mond3J'I'cbru.'lry the let, and \vfll remain well in and
ILL practice ia tb ? ConrU !Urn matrimonial alliance Upon : pot go far irff
W }'. T. LEV.'IS sure. The cussed Wacos are kuhn the my :
i jieo- !
cuit ef Florida and tbe Federal Cocrt do not he deluded into
which I th"
11Ot1t. 1C. 1SS3. :-tfI pie and stcalin their horses and cattle, and the lady demanded my protection, I I
(OFFICE AT GAIXSVULE. AUCUCAO TT.) _. emcl ti and unreliable
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%?. ------ -------- I buriiin their houses, and plijia h-1 giner- !lieelj ofu-red and ordered tho scoundrel' to .
.kEJo'EIlENCES: i 'HDl'O'I'ICI. ally and not only this but the Mexican, I.ave he.. lie did so, bnt aa he skulked riT I i i V

CAFT. J. J. LCCAS ) I -0II I cuss their skins, is a placing the wild 1 heard him muttering \'el'fE'n.nco upon me.- j jI i
I Charleston S. C. copper : named W.
COL J. I> AIKCX man George Tay-
Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE asreitained from the lady tint her parents I
V the Nueccs and
with
FKASEK t TKOJIPSOS J JD our men on GauJalupe. I I Philadelphia] and who lately
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*. JAMES S. JONES, 7Vri4a tt. /7a. II / 10XT1J ULS to of.. r Ii. 1'rofesoknRl Services to I saw hill Weaver to-day who has jist got lived half a mile distant, and that she in t 1 wife in Franklin
JUDO e/ST._ 23 '_ VV the citizens .>f Cei.tre\i'o! aud adjoining m-ih-! I back from Washington, and he says ole Santa search of flow ers.bad imprudently wandered j : his;brains with revolver county at ,
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EDWARD M. VITSTT"Attorney borhood. Ktsiutrce changed to Anna is making right for Houston with all thus far, and had encountered this mU1- j i in St. Louis. his .
at his rcsidt-nce o Among .pa
and Counsellor at Law, I Dec. :6. h7. r.tr --- I his we army cm do some Now good you know, but it and bothers I know me that to where whoso I name saw them.elm gave'I as am William fearful,Gough-I'j ? ( ) a clip written in pencil, in

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Nathaniel t Hamlen, I know xhar we can do the most good I'll lady that you have placed yourself in anunlleasant } / -I have wronged you.-
situation for this man Gough :s a p
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5. U56.FLOYD. 14 leave that to you. Whare"er I'll I
/Apr I you say go for I
COMMISSION MERCHANT y me. am a villian .
later I
notorious character and will sooner or I
be with yct' For my own part I have a I die. God hare V
& HOLLAND, I No. 33 Poydras St., New Orleae.0 grudge agin tho Injuns and make it convenient wreak his vengeance upon all who cross his ;! May mercy

Attorneys at Law. to skelp all I git a chance at. Come path. I told her I apprehended no danger I t f
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""tILL practice in tSe Circuit Courts of 1ttiJJe] I, Refers to Go Gcorpe,. James K. Walker E. Eroomc, F cq.Tallahassee. what do jer say ? Injuns W Mexicans ?t" in that quarter, and modestly asked her to j I I, : following- bit of qua'nt' humor-
She it j
TT and West Flmida. and in the Supreme Court I 0 CI1. W Pl. Bailey Jcffer cn county. For some minutes Munroe set whIm his eyes honor me with her name gave as much sound philosophy ,in it as
the State. Also in the Di ,tjict Court of the Uui T. J. Liotvn Rq, fixed upon tho floor ,- at Icngtl he raised them WilLs WoodruiT. I proffered to accompany crowded into to small a
.d Stat...in the Northern Di'triet of FloriJv J. O rutnam. 'q.. Madison slowly and began- her home which she gladly accepted. Before ( pace -
It.J. FLOVD. Mike Aal cLioola, FJa.D. ,, Hamilton : a man witbjAa hands in his
] Daniel B ll. Esq we reached her I'ather'sliocso I became
that llc'of
know
Dan I feel and
T HOLLAND, Oflice Q :el. Fla. 1 Augustus St-ele, I.'., Levy we Can interested her for there was an air : I : and a pipe i in his limouth.I .
Dec.22, 1$:1:. Cl_ J. J. SnelUnp. Tq- iadsdcn I' great service to our Country. For the good of deeply } I see how it will ome" Good,
-- WILLIA3I:-DILWOUTH;- I I E. Remington, Esq., Thomas viHe Geo. this community, this immediate neighborhood of romance about her that I had not before i to meet difficulties, Lii tleevcrf
I Oct. 24 1S57. 43WOULD we ought to stay and fight the Indian God seen in woman. At length we reached tIme working to make it out
._ come
Counsellor Law -- ----- ----- ---- Ocr told Willa congratulated,
Attorney and! at I -------- knows they deserve severe punishment But House : story } I .
G K. CLARK I I thanked took leave, and thus ended
MONTICELLO FLORIDA.A7"ILL ; for the good of the Republic at large, for tho was my
in the Courts of the MiddU Cir I honor of the banner of the Lone Star,' it is my first visit though I had made up my mind t a BEGGAE.-A begger posted

T T cuit practice andTliou-s and Lox\odes County, Gu WATCH MAKER absolutely necessary that every man of whatever not to let it be the last. ,i door'of the Chancery Court V

March 2*. 1856._12-1 T_ condition ho may be, should first take The next day I made a visit to my Father i I| .; "A p'nny, please.t I Only
.A.ticl: 3ovo.ex up arms against our ruthless invades. Expel ,and in the course of conversation related the before you go in." "And
GALimAITH "
LOXC &
refpectfully inform the citizens of Tal- first, the Mexicans from our territory and incident. In a good humored way he said. t t" inquired au .old country gen
ATTORNEYS AT LAW TALL\HASSEE, FLA. and the ppblic generaliy that be haa I thftn we can perhaps secure a temporary I Be careful young man, that you do not fall I & e. sir, the chance are you
"\1 A.LONG & J. B. Si.\LBnUTH have ascoci taken the old stand of J. 0. lieU & Co, where he ia peace with the Indians.. Would to God wo in love with this rustic lass of whom you !I onewheu you come out.Ti ',

1, ated tbem!elY't'1 in the practice of Law. They. prepared to repair had some man at our head more worthy the speak so highly. I made repeated calls onWilla ] .

will attend Courts the and Court the in District the Middle Courts Circuit of the the United Supreme Walclcs Clocks and Jewelry, title of President of Commander-in-Chief, of and in due time I offered my hand and __ _VI

State at Tallahassee.Officeoppositethe in a wcrVaian,like manner, and at the moet reasonable General of the Leader Texans; than is Sam heart and was accepted. Elated with my t r had been explaining to lit*
Court House rates. Persons having good Watches that fail to Houston But there is no use discussing that success I hastened to inform my }Father but of the compass, and all wrra

October 28. 1854._ ly.__ I run well harinj from them baring put been right badly f.t his repaired bop.i can rely I point now. When do you propose startingand imagine my chagrin when he bitterly opposedthe I. ( ront.' toward the north.' .
upon whole I asked time to con '
proceeding. before John !
? Yon know ;
what you,
Hanckel & Nowell OCT All work warranted if well used. _4 Q arc Jour arrangements
,i Jan. 1C 1853. S-ly immediate action is necessary. For my part, sidcr the matter, went to see Willa but did I Sir/ V ; V
FACTORSAND not state my Father's objection but at that behind ?'
------ \m ready at a morpents notice. : you Tommy
; O-I'.UCrSEUSIIII'' NOTICE. Well, Charley, we've nothing to do here visit resolved to marry her at aI! events. I ;; 't ,' said he, tryingat the same

General Commission Merchants J3flL & HOYLES so if it suits we'll go down to Washington wrote a note to my Father advising him of glimpse of it.

CHAHLESTON S. C. 0 I to-morrow a'nd see what is to bo done." my determination. And flgaia :: n
UAXCECE.. '.. KOWELL.will :; JOHN M. HILL and JOILN J. HOYLE, oCT lla- I A good idea" said )Monroe and in order consent. I sir, 1 don't think Mr. Dcins
6. F.
-.. ,-- : ee. Lat ing this day associated themselves I that we may have an early starty<*: infill ''The next day-I had been to.see Willa' \ rtg'b.raid a doctor' boy
rpjjpy Mil every dcucription of Produce or I'! gather' m business under the etyle name and firm of I camp with me to-night. Is your rifle in good and was returning home as I was passing I t Why, not I* Cause vy,

.I_ Merchandize find will wake advances on nil | HILL & IIOYLE, order? We shall be sadly) deficient in numbers through a wood,it was nearly] dnk. the sharp i so precious fast!r -4.

eooMgniaents.ApiiU and will give prompt attention to all ordeis in their I' hut must make that up by cure shooting crack of a rifle and He whistling of a bullet I IMBM
1. 1655. 15-1 y to execute and on the I : when knocked down,. ex-
line.
They are prepared carry in case we get into an engagement." near my ear told me I was in a dangerous !
CARPENTERING BUSINESS direction strike a man when he i IA
AMBROTYPESAND ) Yes, ole Bet is allcrs reidy. She has place. Casting my eye in the of yon
i in all its various branches; and from their long experience saved life more than once, and I believewas the sound I perceived the outlines of a man t no/ said his antagonist. 'Then
MELAINOTYPES in the Running Gear and Screw Busioew, inste'rmental my in savin I making his way through the brash. I knewat lay rrerreplied Pat
TALES BV 1JAILKV.; '! and other machinery, hope by prompt attention to I II your skelp once. once it was Googb tnt pursuit I r.:- "i V V
Rooms Barnard's Store. !t business to merit a liberal chare of patronage. All guess I shall stay provided I wont be intru- being usej I : Pat, what are 7OflV'O0L34i-r. V
Drug I less I
orer orders from the country promptly exeeuted Calls I I din. But Charley what make you so low j quickened uiy pace -and soon was at *Na \ II,
flmtvoom j I' :
THE Room hare b**n thoroughly refitted sol I from either of the Counties in Middle FloriVa and I sperited at times t Beg pardon I knowcd I'dL j home. < > \ ,
DOW in excellent condition for tbe' pwpoi.skIeDed. from Decatur and Thomas Counties Ga.; thall receive -, say snmthin wrong before I go't through ; I'ma l Upon entering the house a servant handed pin oat the dirt snkr.t-.
l The Public are inrited to enll. attention. { m a hot, which, ( the : V
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I rt seens t-tha proceedings of Despite the SentineCs adroit disclaimer to the -I I ural result of the high and patriotic position of the I'r[ THE nOJu:] I The Current Appropriates.of the Semion
0ir th Ri and We do not intend to claim atsIutand
of the the wise
I, and pn' eomph/
jlnrib Road meeting recently held at Ocala, which contrary, it i* .evidently diM1tisfed" with the proceedings ., dent Democracy course adopted country by Judge Hawkins during the I Messrs. Editors: I approve of the reproof you 'I accuracy in the appended titiAn, of -iroptS.itioa
found first the of East Florida have administered the for its officious 'I
on our people to Sentinel, !
I pge.thnt of the Monticello Convention, and all its late session of Congress.The at the SCSti.n jut closed, but we sr" cuut.I'nt xr.
,A- -,_ __,.J' _____ are a moft Bet of fsllows-that of what are called .facts" it convention also nominated, with great unanimity I intcnneddliug in our patty affairs. Wbn w the occidental of Governor proves TIE
array
notwithstanding
TALf.AUASSEE : Broome at the Micanopy presence Convention e-and .facts are made bear-not upon the nominationof ,our old favorite,Maj.Jno.Beard for Register.We his advice, we 'i ask it But I, who never was this grand! total !tum equal to the gro* em t *
t
-- -. were Dot favorable to a nomination at all for but Democrat and intend to be, year: S
the which he made that occasion anything a never
speech on
great for that is a matter
a Congressional candidate
!UTr.UDA'1", JCMJ 26 18J8.i which cue of the papers, (the Companion we believe. j this office by the convention, a we thought it best ask leave to question the binding: force of the lat I Regular Apprnprfationt for A.. f -rtiff nf t&t .'*j-
conceded right and proper-but solely upon not to make it a political one; but we always yieldto
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T= ----r: .) declared t(be worth 100,000 to the RailRoad t ter clause of resolution, Mdla..
the better of majority of our friends, D. rlrklU-s
the nomination of a candidate for Register. ad- a
interest and the ma-nner in. I judgen Pension--------------------------------------
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l& The ItaplUt Church will dedicate which the Rail Road difficulties satisfactory settledI mits the of the notion in the one case, but and especially a have nominated the very i adopted by the COD\ntion That resolution reads m| Iiulian 1cgui.r-------------------------------:: lAJxi'U W
fh*;r sew Church edifice in this city, on Sundaythe wee thEn propriety man of all others whom we w6ffld OUrfJ have selected thus: 1 1km mmppiemenIsI-------------------------: ; ; ;; ;; ;;
that these will not remain
people satiefied-they
in the other. this be Is it-e.-iency----------------------------:
I and not i )
dnie it I hud the choice. will, course,give ses.aG e
4th of July. Rev. C. D. D. D. and questonl we
Mallcry ,
want the j-oople's interest be somewhat consulted, member of Consular.nJ diplomatic... $11DM
I 44Be it Resetted That ei-h I
other visiting ministers arc be I well those of the Rail Road And evident dissatisfaction, we do not know what i is. I him our with the greatest cordiality. Mitj.; I all eveiy Military Aftdeinv....................... .
expected t present a cs Companies. action bad been had on the question of Board Urpl.t been a favorite in the East, and his this Convention do pledge himself to support the ;m .asa1 .... ....... ............"..".:::. 1
S what is the of it the hitherto Suppose no
) OWe worst patient peopleof
I irtogrity is undoubted, aud his ability i nominees, and that the JJnnorrutic party thrwyhtMtth' Sun-lryeitJ .--..- -
ha re received from the garden of Mr. Zuker Middle Florida ere showing signs of dissatisfaction Register" that Hawkins and Walker had been to fill the office with e credit incontestable, ; State D all tiny can to secure their election." } LegMitire,uenUye and judicial------------ 11f),

or tLin city a remarkable product of lhetomato ; cacHed at the in manner in \ihich lail 03d- maters arl. both Itt to rua without orposition"-woulJ the we can hardly conceive an objection s which his opponents To the first clause of this resolution I make no i, 5111 AT-my sfranmcr-----------------------------------.::: n Zi

i on thiueton Somel j r' sonsgoeofarasto Stntiiifl have raised note of discontent? Wonld make him. lie is a worthy II ; Po against
platt weighing was plucked too beforenrrng a ran justly objection. was the of the members of the >< 'l :
l11a X be
whisper rgJt
a overhauling I
i from
i tbat general I and to Mr. Walk 1 Collecting revenues import,j-ttrnnimxt, ,
at ful maturity.The. of Rail doings in the next Legislature and there have been communications from Union" and I 'irke a gallant opponent Convention to bind thtmselrrt to support the nominees addition I.130.COOOJ
emit is have before them for
i I hence, say they the great anxiety pf the Setttinel and I from ",Au old line Whig] and Buchanan man," dia. I the game ofcc-rarely two candidates a people of as high standing I but 'lint right lit 1 they to bind every V.mo I 5VW.S-J,;.
Apprbaehlnx National Anutversary.We Florinian, that our ablest and best (they mean RailRoad To which aJ1
} from the Florida and calls for a t
tribJ publican, Mr. and Major Beard. crat in time State to support the nominee for Register
have remarked with pleasure the manifestation ) men, should be sent to the next Legislature.We I o Treasury notes ------------1<3 |?>
humbug "m. meeting" at Alligator on'the 18th ? j I Manufacture of .. )4'.
willingly or tinwiUingltf This inns. lj
wish to ablest sent from the differ unconditionally
-jfu desira to celebrate in this city see our men I 8,1' 0
: reachIng National tbe..p" ent counties to the Legislature, bat let them be August? Will the Sentinel answer these questions? [FoR Tn!FLOa1D1 .] resolution doe not advise or rerowtwuWthc Democratsto KxM-nsri niitIess-------------------. inTwtigiUng coinI -15 5 j

AnuiverMry. men uf enlarged and patriotic views, who tan Let us hear. The offices of Congressman and Register The Montlccllo Convention andthe, Nomination support the nominees, but it is in the shape of j Truly alUm Itmnnmart.------ 4.$1.:"
However trite, or even stale, may hare become understand that the interest should be for Hegiter.Ins Deficit nrjr in priimtin.te.: ...!<>* .
i people's are not the property of the present incumbents the Democratic ever held a an order that I they do all they can," te.. It soundstoo : !>>. forth, year-------I'Om( 9:14.04)9 S>
fc'i! the allUMons and
reminiscence looked I
usually to, aswell those of the Rail Road Com FQrda Deaf dumb
connejf a pry i and Mind D. C._153
I -they the Time democracy much like that odious resolution of the British S.OUO (0
;' "' with Independence it would be panies. bdong t people. Convention, the atton "a atisf/ctor I j I! Exprnsei investigating m

*r f pus by the Dy etent" impr.p We clip the above from the Wakulla Times of the recognize rght the opposition to present a to their opponents? If so,when was it ?jeld? Where Parliament, declaring that the British Government i I j (I lerks mitte*in._Oregon-.Krgialrr..lisj 1!.000 0

4th proximo finds teat second annual com mem- 16th inst, and confers to no little suppriee that an candidate against Judge Hawkins,and they)' in turn did it meet T What did it do? The -\ct is the had power I to bind the .American colonies in all and Receiver.. 1,5* TAW
ration without a remembrance of its eh"it religious article @ illberal in spirit should have found its claim the right to do the same against Mr. Walker. present outcry of the Sentinel against i'.,Moaticello ca C whatsoever." II tanning Sine .Texas boundary lN9 MtJ

id to into the generally interesting columns of our Are we to understand the Sentinel as denying this Convention has no one. Compared with Now, I was born a Democrat, raised 0 Democrat, Incident to .the. loan of 0
political bueL posterity I well A of the i way surprised f..I.O . -. .... .. r 03 ts,9e.isms
njoyment that always old friend. right ? I it be not denied, why all this criticism iU railings against those held at Madison in 1845 and never voted in any other way, and never ex -91
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The fourth of July should not evaporate accomjalyit. in I With regard to Cov. Broome, the speech referredto about the acton at Monticello?-this .evident dis. and ut the Suwannce Springs in 1846, it is but the pee to, in political elections; Mt in elections not Estimate: 14.434,86413,

the flash and smoke that usher it into being was rot made at Micanopy atOcaand] the satisfaction I" squeaking of a penny whistle to the blast of a political, such a for Judge of Probate or a Register Other appropriations, including,all hills private not printed bOle .and isdcsite .

yet b associated in our minds AS merely a holydaya 10 meeting whose proceedings are published in time The jurisdiction of the Convention is questioned. lrurnj>et The anti-democratic. party of Florida and things of that S.tt, I 1-ave always Leen 3.ZC3sry tt

-- day of rest from labor, hf noise and hubbub, 1 Times was held at Micanopy and not at Ocaln.I .- We repeat, on that subject, what was said last w et lf< all lit being with denunciations of Conventions ; allowed to vote a I pleased, ithout having my .. .'1 r

Mnd nerhaps of unrestrained license and I What time character of.the speech was we know There was a general understanding that the matterof and though, when convenient, it falsified all its Democracy questioned. I do not wish to be readout 'fliis: duces, it \ull be wen, the recular trprojriatlons -
indulgence.It f the
.ir service of the
All know about it i" that the a nomination to be di of ir some wnj- Conventions of its of the purty, or to do anything inconsistentwith year 1M? to ss'nme-
-ias high and patriotic associations that pertain DOt \ve Companion rEd professions by holding own, yet thing lies than ft-timree nnd a half miHiens! ,)f d.)1 1
t our natural history deep nod important lessons published on the spot and tetter acquainted with cither a candidate was to be presented or the e.tion st hus never seen anything to approve in those the duty of a good Democrat, and therefore I I lars-a very KititJUctury exhibit when wereeci

that should be well learned, and to which we ought I its effect and the nature of the existing difficulties: be allowed to go by default, just ns tIme Coa- held by the Democracy. It was therefore most wish to give tome reasons why do not consider that the opposition are about arranging for a campaign

ilwsys to recur with a vivid sympathy for all their I than either the Times or the Floridian, character venti-in should determine. Every democratic paper natural that whatever," left of the Whig and the above resolution binding on me: ajranst. the Democratic party' the double
of its
ised had influence in in time State, without exception, made reference to I fur that remnant In the first place, I question the authority of the ground 4'xtnl'-ligant'e and ujiJu; the maxim of
most
belongings end Euggcston! We reprobate that it a having a salutary Know Nothing party, so as was proh.cticlD.Hir\ ihi>,'jt<,n f2'Niot
qncftciish refinement which turns in I 1, uniting public sentiment and in inducing a lipo&iI the subject, editorially or by communications. It : guided by 1 factions and selfish spirit, should makea Convention to nominate I candidate for n'gi.t.r.- ---

pretended s;_. 1M_ and do in this id.i Jl.tlicrc-forc talk .'ut the Democracy .being the The Convention not called for that MEUIHH, June 1&-As far
_5_' A- Av>., kuutj, uu<->_*, rvjvlvluK* I A .lUpitt* uiore. I '.al pretext of the action of Convention at Monti- 'a purpose.It as ascertained 85 cabin
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belonging to the day, and which, because to much I way that it ,'a considered ns being 8 valuable to taken by surprise or to find fault because no cello for opposing! its nominee. I say by a I factious i true something.had been raid in the newpn pan-mt-ners, and 120 deck passengers ;have letasaved
from the burr-ins of the
I 41 the Rail Road interests." And cannot but think larger number of counties were represented. Teprp.e about it but J think the of the steamer P.bnfvltn
has been said en the subject despairs of finding any we and selfish spirit, for there are many of the peN spirit Democratic ama. on the evening of Sundar last. This -would}
for which the Convention met being so well
thing new or suggestive or denies iU participation that if other gentlemen in the State would pursuea old opponents of Democracy who, though l still its prtes was against it The Peninwlar was leave the nambtr of l(t aU.ist 15 cabin nn.) 80

Abd counenance.in the celebration because in all its, I similar coarse, these4, intercsls" would best. underst the Counties not seeing proper to be oppnent'will not be guided by that spirit; who wilj I. against it, and 6 were the Democrat and .JWiM.- d.-" i':t..rmwr-.r a ttal! l lofsof>5.

reftture it does not fall in with their tastes and pre promoted thereby. Instead of dragging their slow present by their de1'gatei, signifiedIhcir willingness Et/n,1 aloof in the approaching contest, or The Fluridian was also against it, and I do not ----ss-- --

dilections. Better that bonfires turn and cannon j length along," us is now confessedly the case, they in the absence of expressions to the contrary, vote as their personal preference, or their conviction know of any Democratic paper that came out in Judge W.Death J:. Harris of Judge, .ats'mciote harris
the voice of the all Juke efth'
that matters -'i
on
roar t the discomposure of weak nerves-better I would then move witimeotaparative speed and with party proper as to the qualifications of the candidate, may favor of it. preine Court of Tcsnevcr, died SntanUy wormni

tl'it young orators should indulge in folios and re- I positive certainty. Grl'at Interests like f.os contemplated to be brought before such a body, ehonld be spokenby suggest 2d. Nearly, if not all, of the leading iKmocraU in Mvniphis! i from injuries received ly thf n["I-i.! ; ,n:

peat all the well-worn phrases of patriotism which I by cur Internal improvement system, the delegates who might attend, aud i is there A word from one not I delegate in relation to of the Stats were known to be against it. Those of the l'ennylvauia. In LU eminent Jndirial 'MI-

4th of July orators have stereotyped, to the disgust I which are 6"-el calculated to benefit every section fore immaterial whether ten, twenty or thirty the much abused Monticello Contention. "Though old leaders ummdt-r ''llvl"we have fought so gallantly and tion.btlovcd.TH and in.social life Judjre Harris wa reopWsi v

of a to refined taste, rather than that we should I of the Stale, should receive a I generous confi- Counties were represented. not 1 stranger to these assemblages.8, 11 and out of and triumi!,! Ju s loviously.Th -- --

continue to lose our veneration for the day and decline i dence" and command the heaity co-operation of alL Time Sentinel is pleased to refer to urged Florida, I can truly say I neter attended a higher Democrats of some of the counties ueh as >WLEAtaivtp..-The Fort :Stnlth (Ark..) Her

still further from the earnest, Iaiiona and i I Instead of increasing!any difficulties that may grow against making the (fee a political one, but it fails: toned body of the sort In numbers even,I l.tl.eve I Aliichna and Nassau, had passed resolutions expressly aid, of the 29th nit., annouiieen tw! arrival there n*
I out of the effort to into to stale what was said in reply. We will supply Maj. EL Hector, SujM-rintendent Indian; Affair,
effect time delails of
sympathetic demonstrations that marked each recurrence carry would favorably with. of l it while such Leon had
time omission. It urged in favor of a nomination it compare tiny itt predeC againnt (others as wc t, in charge of Billy Rowleg-s, and about .nr
was
of i in the earlier experience of the Republic. j"! the system, he U worthy to be considered I friend *OH; while in all the e1en1 Of real worth said nothing about it hundred and fi1t-four Seuiint>le s Indian, dirt

For all these forms of rejoicings are but of the people who seeks to reconcile these differences that the present incumbent reeei"c it at the intelligence, visdom, and t i 4th. The Convention was too thinly attended to from Ilovida. arrived here on Thcrwlay K'rninclast.

demonstrations of and to bring about harmony feeling and concert hands of his party as a reward for party services:; integrity patriotism Col. (Jnrrett, CrttkIt'nt, was behind in
a under-lying feeling of uoubt wh render innovation the old
'upf god
strong there has been in Florida
upon
of that while he was Acandidate for the first till? in ever an proper any charge of the delegation ,>f f rt\5i" Seminole and
Our friend
of the limes knows I I18O I
nationality love for the country just pride in acton. wtl office i.st'la6& whether legislative or political, having Democratic usage of refusing to make any nominations Creek Indiana, Inia5 expected hourly.
its institutions, and strong hope for its future. j enough that i we are to be constantly jarring abut running for an alleged to be not; confidence and except for political offices. from
minor details and forever the cat, he assailed thf II.'n.Gto. .
motives
parly
And have ,
we special cause at this present moment, t J impugning I than the Monticello Convention. the published proceedings of the Convention that S. HAWKING r Contrre. and Ij. JvB

both to justify and encourgcha feeling. For over of those who may happen to differ with u?, we mainly 1..tuJa\ the ef"at of their then In the course of its proceedings, a highly respectable there wre only nine delegates in it(rom all Eat, IJtAKK, for Ke. .-trr. Tliey.re K.nt:.ni .B of ability

four-fifths of a Unie States have be>. nomiun- ; .tL onJ "VWrt Flotilla rut together, and that nn
( and I ence opinion should exUt to lL still holding an office not political, he there nine counties in the I U ii-eIes fr the Know Nothings* tw oppose them
re independent Before we assumed the position a propriety of I warmly opposed tion of a candidate for Land l egi ter. This: they were only or ten whole with hopes triuiupli. W* will notice them more

of an independent nation the Colonies had I building a branch road to Newport, is that/reason the election of Gen. Fierce and of Mr. Maxwell had a right to do. The Convention was held for State that Imd delegates there. It i is: true there in future.-Marianta Putn/of.

laid the foundations of libenjs/ deep and strong in I \h.y the Tuiif; should) insinuate that the various on the stump and elsewhere; that he repeatedhis conference, a free interchange of views. to be fol were a few more LJ .counting proxies, but the -

the inttutionuround which they clustered. Their Rail Road Companies throughout the State are opposition toMr. M. in 1854, in public speeches, "Yiuch action as to the majority might, after proxy system i is so very undemocratic, that I am 'ftlJe Atlantic Trunk Line.l orladoii.

dependence of all connection with the mother I I vti-rlng on the rights of the people and eacrificiDg knowing at tho same time that that gentleman was lowe such conference, seem wise and good. A ma- sure no good Democrat will defend it,on principle, The fellow ing i is fWl1Ithe Arjjntl C'tmttittitiunal-

country was added to liberty and nationality !I their interests? Are Rail Road men every where Making of his constituents an endorsement (f his jority-a very large majority majority increasedas for n moment. Even in Middle Florida there were 1st:

owned the work with its consummate power. (corrupt, and selfish, and grasping,because somebody I course in the hard fought battle with Northern ( I believe) by the dicws&i i declared (njid it four counties:without} delegates viz: Liberty,Hamilton It has been reported fur Ffveral week pa. t, that

nit States assumed a character among the nations will not build a road to our coteuiporary'sprintingoffice abolitionists on the question of the repeal of the seemed to me wisely) in favor of A nomination. Taylor and Lfayettl Only one county, in the railroad (011I1'11,nit'constituting tlK-old .ilioanl
line between New York and
New
'i -he world which they have never lo t They ? We profess to be in favor of rail roads-in Missouri Compromise; and that in 165G, hebecanu The minority were as good Democrats as the majority "East Florida had delegates! two in Welt Florida the great northern and southern In Orleans ikii ar-ly now" whicli ear

nave f.tere and preserved all the-elcments of pri. favor of our system ou.rleaL-but are not conscious I the head and front of the proscriptive Know Nothing -some of them men whom Florida has delighted and two in South. This was certainly a very small I tied, were engazeti in arranscin- a new wtt -.lul* to

'lt prosperity, which aggregative form a nation's of any desire to strong any body. We"be party in this State, receiving: their nomination to honor, others, men whom she will here Convention, and, in my opinion, slwu1 have confined j :<> into tiperntiwn on th it <-f July by which? the

industrial wealth whlUt I long to the I patient people Middle Florida I for Governor, making war upon James Buchanan, itself time business it time Itetwoen the-c two in.jx.rtant [MniiU wunl l iwj
they have exhibited to { too, after honor. "As good a*,t not better tlllm-fur it to vras e:1t'fet, to wit:

tin of other lands the capacity of mankind for self-.II and are willing to 1)8" palient"a reasonable length doing his ntuio-t to defeat the democratic nominee i ic folly contend that it was the I new rt-uits"' I to nominate 0 candidate fur Congress 2Co cite j j I Riatvrially ole has not lesseneil yet been adopted We learn,but that that! tltisn nrrangniiiitj>w ela,lj -

without of time, if, in the end, we are to be rewarded with I for Governor mid Congress and to carry Floridaover could have that.It .
government reliance upon hereditary rulers. who carried the nomination over the old leaders of objected to f.nit are in .rogms, sm 1mb-I h will be prrfrrtetl >n a

The practical working of our system has been I the cheering sight} of a i eeplc united, section by I to the ranks of Know Nolhingism This 'Wt- the jiarty.Are 1!. 3. Floyd; and Chandler C. has always been the great leading characteristic fi-W w -ekrt. Time pn>|KMeil nw "ehmlui.-! i* atm
section iron i i" was urged in reply to the reasons(') I toil, will reduce the tmw ttwwn New Ui-lcan.ian.l
bands. We ,
demonstrated to be as near p'rfecton 49the capacity I by : are satisfied moreover, say .llat Yongc new recruits 1 Are dipt. D. Bird and ruj.I and glory Democracy to oppose the exercise j Sew York aUurt twelve Iicors. and enable tin- olili

of man is'usceptible of approaching. I it no i that the .people of Middle Florida" are with I put forth against making the office 3lolitcal onr ; ; Nathans, Democrats of yesterday? D. G. Livingston i undelegnted or nell doubtful ;x>irfr It was i line to carry mails and pom-.engeims ltv-n th"

longer confined to the thirteen 'Stales and three I u* in this sentiment, the whimperings" of the I and w e iiiu"t confess that lo unsophisticated per and McLeary of Madison, (I say nothing of !I this:doctrine which enabled our glorious old partyto | cities a* expedltioi mis they maim le earned l by
:
millions of people who founded it Wealth, land, I, Times to the contrary nolwiths-tunding.. It Jsa mistaken I II I E.nslik ourselves it Joel look a though the post Leon,) Anderson of Wuiulla, Holland and Kilcrcase I Iau.1 whip the United States Bank, the High Protective the new linen Jiieh has been recently eonipktci>

industry, and freedom to for all the social idea w hich our fri.no indulges, the interests I has been"* 'political one" all the time-unless, Tariff and the Federal of Internal Improvement | through westcrn Virginia, enst TenneW-e, Alabamn.i .
compete 1 I tat John G. Smith of Gadsden, Snell and Mitchellof system and SLi"SiCtiiiii.i The ,i'tsm.ee Ly the *M seal i ril
and political blessings of life, have increased the I. of the people of Middler }lorJI and of : dtfl, we are expected to discriminate .in-I Hi..rolgTI-re not all these Democrats whose ?. I -a this doctrine Ihnt eralmi.l .u", route Let*ct-mm Xw York amid Aew Orleans! is simon -

cturl growth of our people, and invited thousands !I Rail Road company here ore dissimilar or are in the tiirtii and tlf office." To say that an office Democracy is older than the State of Florida? under the lend of Thomas Jefferson, to alK-li.-li the tr, r.J nn examination will show, l.y twci.tythr.miles .-.-

annually from the chores of leEs countries any wise antagonistic. I is" THE pwru;" who gave nut political, and yet give it t a man as a reward The Sentinel that there were C7 delegates .lt1 and Sedition Laws. In short, this i i" the cardinal than it i.-t by the new intsriominuts. nnj with
f\ore services and, while holding it, he does complains t-iu-er! connections, it sm 111 1*> enabled to ei'int*
for ,
vitality to the and it is in party of the Democratic is
the
Millions: of acre of land have been added to our company THE I.Eon! from Jefferson. I rejoice that there were 8 principle party. I with this line without '
suecessfuliy new
ter-I m a n>;tl ri.
ritory, and millions of men and women spread their capacity a.ouuties, who own and control, his very utmost to build up his own party and destroy many, and point to the fact that 1 majority of them great principle enunciated by the Ktnsjicky and increase in its avenge running time.

them, without endangerment of the continuous bar I through their own chosen officers a large majorityof tbe other, i is the quintessence of humbuggery.Wi were fur nomination a an indication,that the Virginia resolutions of 1798-9. Uj>on the preservation In the meantime, the railroad toriipamebetween
the stock and who the should be happy to hear further from the Sen- t Xew Yurk and Cexlar in Florida, have
inony of Slate Sovereignty and national are to reap profits of the mnasea of time party throughout the State are on of this pruiciple rest the equal rights of the I Keys organ
the language of another 1)\Hr.- enterprise if it is sucrc ful. there i is any thing Had on the subject, and shall I pause for a reply." South in the Union, and, consequently, Union izol themselves into an flHK-iation under the nanme
I the balancing forces I the tame side; and, indeed, after the vote in the tit and title of "The Atlantic Trunk Line Association,"

admirably ai ranged, have discharged Jheir functionsand wrong in .the manner in 'b.h rail road matters .\IVool-JBjed Democrat." Convention of 82 to 1C to that effect ((Jefferson giving itself. Time delegate imiet not exercise nndclegatedor fir the purpose of currying flu- miH, |enngsrtamm.i

the United States like a cluster of stars, move are cried on," the corrective I is:in their o\n hands: We publish, a communication in another column only 8 votes,) who can doubt that such is the doubtful powers. TIll exercise of such pWN I freight, U-t-we Sew York, New (rrleiins amid

along their orbit i the vast field of national progress -they can displace i their agents(the Jadges of Pro | over the above sigualurelo* which the attention of feehrg: ? What, then, was the Convention to do, is against thl acred Constitution of our pary. I California West,to with Havana.a nemi-weekly ThU association branch line from

and usefulness without I bate,) and put others in their stead. But suspect We think the Indicated any man does so, he is noDtinocrat, but Federalist Key propoesby
jostling orcroaciug the tho reader is referred our correspondent's but to carry out the wishes of party, as railroad from New York \YiImiagton or

pathway of other planets on their allotted course." I that .the people" understand thir interestsas criticism of the resolution of Dr. }'urkhi i is: !bylhe majority, by making t nomination Tli, is the very bread upon which our party has Charleston, or when the Omrfcton and Savannah

fhese well, if not better, limn him of the ,. We subsisted since the days Jcfferssn. is the duty road is completed, to the lattor .
are the things whereof we have a right to b 1mt uncalled for. That portion concei\e t b objectionable That the minority was convinced that this was the : I city we nppoc.
are not aware that he has a dollar invested in of Democrat to distribute this bread thence by steamers to Feniandina, thence across
'lad, which cannot too often be brought to remem- any was intended, neither more nor less thanas Convention's duty, is shown by the fact of their every among
Florida Cedar and thence ,
orance, nor on a day such as tins, too beatly comlemortted. of the roads in progress of construction"the peo a request that Democrats throughout the State voting to make unanimous th decision of the ma- the faithful, and "its thai providclh not fr his own New Orleans to to reduce Keys, the time between by steamer these termini t<

,' ple" of Leon, Jefferson and.Madiron have invested .ouM do nil they could to secure the election of jority. And most grossly are they deceived who household i worse than an infidel." I am warm in to less than four days. If it can accomplish

several hundred thousand and may be presumed to the nominees of the Convention. I will bear no "aid and comfort" for Maj. Beard's the defence of this lime-honored principle, becauseI this neither the scaliord or inland mate can compete

Kdneatlon.On have a more sincere regard for wbatconcerna them other construction and we must be permitted to expect from the delegates who voted in the r oppnent in fear it has tern recently lot sight rf For instance with it for the through travel, as they cannot
the 14th t the in their
inst at a.meeting of the Board of insure same certainty connections eico
than one who will of the the of Leon met in Con-
Education of the State located at Tallahassee 1 intimately partake express anr surprise that 6 intelligent a writer stance against the nomination. Those who imaginethat Democracy county if they can make the transit in the some time.

it was .Seminary general good but contributes nothing towards bringing should have given t it a contrary meaning. Some Milton and Broome, and.Dyke, and Lamar, vention and appointed delegates to tie State Convention 'sv*>-

this good .but I the Times is 1 friend of our little consideration must be h" for the Conventionitself and Whitfield and Smithi at Mvuticello, to nominate a candidate for
That from and after the first day of October I I and Blackburn, Caraway THE TstMrLOTEft nc 'mmii WESTCRX Cmu*.-BufTa-
Re.oIe next females male shall receive system why not aid in reconciling differences:rather embracing ai t at body did not a few of the and Barton Pope, and Graham and Smiley will remain Congress, and instructed. them to vote for Judge lo, Chicago and ntticr We om clUes, It Appears,are
I'el as than seek to inflame them artful Hawkins, but said not one word about I with Lil and mechanics who
ly inuendocs, ablest men in the State. To assail the resolution lukewarm in a contest between the Demo nominating I 'overrun orer* are enable
i.ssuction in fid Semitary, and that a suitable candidate bad to find employment In the former place ln such arc contained in the article above ? What for Register good, indifferent.
A after the he does is U
an imputation and inch nominee Join BEARD!
manner
upon erotic nominee( as )
:' n.-ling will be provided for the Female Depart- I week several hundred cf this cIa's; paraded the
> ,- ,.. right has that ppr to quote any expression of ours their good sense, and is tntamont to saying that on the one side, and his life-long Democratic opponent Such a thing was not even thuugl.t of by the strijtts demanding work or iread. In Chicago

i the and give to it meaning unauthorised on its face, they' voted .instructions" (such is the expressionused on the other, know little of the men whom county Convention. Now, let me ask, where did the demand for labor by poor people has been co

n same day, a a meeting of the Common under cover of au adroit I they say V Suppose by the Jacksonville Republican,) to their con- they are insulting by such unworthy sU i the delegates from Leon county get their power to great that the street commissioners luivd been enabled
until of the City Tallahassee, was resolved: Iicons- to each man but two days in a week,
"
it were go far OB whisper" that the Ih Etituents the nominate t candidate for Rtgitcr, and then pass a supply
t 6 people Editors
Messrs. '
words there
Mark ,
.' from and after the day of October next, my at seventy live cents per day. It i ii now thought
fr maclitish of the Times iV attributable to disappointment I resolution that the Democratic party throuyhwt
course is conflict between and
There
a our correspondent the and
1 Plate receive in the State towhom Democracy Major best to cut wages down tojijty tent, ani\ put cue
uildren Seminary may I pupils all the in .not being able to curry a favorite. what we have said elsewhere as to, the general understanding Beard be more indebted for his triumph next the Stale d nil they can to secure his:election?"- third rnorft men into city service. At fifty cents per

,. mule and female, above the age of seven rail road meturl what would .they,toy?" Why, al.out the-question -of a nomination.We October'i than to these; for, though they voted Here teas a clear case of exercise, of undelegated day says the LVmocrat, the city will be overwhdnu'd -
als.IK rmanelly residing in the city Tallahassee, such is tolerated with applications for labor:
in
Conventions
that such would be tliicg ,
an assignment pronounced that far the Democratic is I 0
,.. said wil tuition suspect state again, a press against a nomination by the Convention,preferring pwer.
fees
city to said
pay Seminary 'was
at once as very unkind and uncharitable; much of them have soon be Ieraled in Legislatures and in
concerned, bowl.er some may as some of them, stated, to have a Democratic can .i wi
to the extent of@G 25 per quarter fur each of said Snava PKortKir ix )MISSRSIPAL r>-
and then of what will Mississippi
and have much to utterance Congress use our Constitution -
more
yet we reason give questioned the policy of a nomination, the matterwas didate announce himself indt-pendcntly, not one of
slaves MiM .
taxable
pupils received.It <-r that the number of in -<
1 to such a charge than time limes hams to question left consent, to le .ed of by theConventiolL the intimation of to be to us ? Let us beware how we depart from p fays
U with by tact di.po. them gave slightest t purpose ippi is 3o8,132, aninerense on 18o6 of 18,460.-(
heLfeI pleasure that 'e publish the the rectitude of the floridian on any quettion The Xc at one time favored a nomination support, under any circumstance, tho preent incumbent I the old Democratic land-marks and mix too much If the average value of the slave U estimated at

above rllutonl They open a new era in our affecting the public inlcrcsl. We commend to time but subsequently doubted its policy. See, untcmpej d mortar wilh the good old Democratic ?COO each, the total would be $220,902,200.

educational 6tem We fee proud of old TaU.L. editor a pithy saj ing of a celcl rated old English however, what it now says, in the article published conclusion, the whole question may be con' cement. Let us cling t "I strict construction"' of -0- 5
She had
see. already built a first class Academy, I whether derived from the / Death N. A. CTcLeod.We .
all ofCapl.
lliafis always suspecting the motives there delegated
As the floridian can powers
Tit'rle we suppose dcnsed into a Walker is a Democrat
c08.tn'g her in actual cash of six thousand of others himself for while he is blow. t nnahel-Mr. Constitution or a county meeting: or other._l/- hat to announce the sl.-mniseunilertise mo t
up".are proves corrupt ; be in to for itself. Democrat which he any
If
no objection speak he is duty .
dollars, which she donated, with ten acres of land rrrmiting-i or not I it ill painful eircunT>tane-(, of Norman A. MeLeo. late
which it is located able to examine his own heart and doted the- secret On the 8th of May, the following editorial appeared owes to the Democratic party to decline in favor of Source whatever, a the only plincr.Je upcn whicn .S Captain in the Florida Regiment gf Mounted Vi 1unteers. -
on to the State Seminary. She I of his own action lie cannot look into the true liberty and the equal rights of the South can of time
springs in our columns. : its nominee. not Democrat, it is a duty which j He died in Ocala, on the morning
had already herself in perpelwm to guaranty t, hearts of other, and to arrive at the motives of REGISTER OF STATE LANDS.-Sonic little interest I to itself I to defeat him, I" would rest in safety. llth int., after suffering fura little more than!
the-party owes
lid Seminary a patrqpage from within her own I their action, he must judge them by himself." seems to be felt on the subject of the election of in either it "I Yon must rap the Sentinel over the knuckles twelve hours all tha horror vf Jetirimn tremt* .
and this
other duty, case of ecsenty from early
4 borders of at least two thousand dollars a year.-- State Register, to come off this fall. We publish in any opponent; again, if he puts his finger into our pie; but I beseech Ho had been a resident cur and honor
The Atlantic Telegraphs is made the more imperative by the f.c that theDemocratic youth, and by his sober, upright strictly -
And now she comes and that child another column Iwo communications in relation
ofour
up eayi every in behalf of the leading principle confidence of all
the
The Navy Department have advices from Captain thereto-one suggesting the name of CaL S. J. Perry nominee is one who comes up t the you I orable conduct, had gained
male and female above
tle age of seven )years permanently party(I mean a strict construction and a refusal I who knew hsm. Not quite three years ago,h. was.
the consideration of the State Convention which
Hudson, in command of the U. S. steam frigate t. highest standard which measures the character of a and
residing within her corporate limits, may in June, the other proposing that the to exercise undelegated or doubtful powers) to elected Sheriff this county over a worthy
attend said Sminaraud she "i foot the bill to Niagara, dated Plymouth gerund, England, Jan 3d. meet be as a candidate, giving present 8 a gentleman-one who wears scars honorably won in listen to the voice of aWOOLDYE popular opponent and entered upon the di cnarge
Capt 1L writes that the fleet a second ( adopte Walker fighting for Democratic principles, and one whose patiently of hU duties with the propetof a bright future
: the extent of|6 25 per quarter, or $25 per year.- t attempt reason for the pronosal that Mr. is now a I DEMOCRAT. intellectual
This will secure t each of her boys and girls a good time to lay the cable, (the Niagara and the English: supporter of the ministration and to that extentat qualifications for the office are indisputable, i not before him. and He the had confidence the necessary of time people; but

English Education. for G 23 i all that is chargedper war steamers Agamemnon, Valorous and Gorgon,) We least have co-operating been aware with of the the position Democratic of pary.- unequalled. LEON. The British-4 Difficulties.. qualifications while canvassing the county previous to his election,

in the branches. put to sea on the 29th May, and proceeded to latitude genteman he had followed theeourvs so often adopted by candidate
quarter primary I any child with respect to the administration, All later intelligence confirms the statement in
wishes study the languages or higher branchesof 47 deg. 12 min. N., longitude 9 deg. 32 min time, but have not felt at liberty to refer to it, not Abolition oC the Franking Privilege. for office of treating and drinkiag with hU
t last that British is to
our the willing habit ,
of members government friends and TJe thus acquired
Thcbillabolishingthe franking privilege supporters.
commenced in himself
W where they experimenting 2,530 knowing what position he considered
mathematics a
of his
course or her parent or I
make the most atonement for all broken and loay our mourn
wire in relation to Should of Congress the Senate by a large ma ample aggressions was never county
water. A portion of the was paid out occupying generally passed
guardian will not to the small difference fatJlml prie of whose capabilities were
object pay there be of recently committed our Gulf the loss a young man
between the $S 1:and $IQ which the fee charged and laid on the l>tom, and the electricity .A Democrat a disposition, we trust to Mr.adopt Walker will be invited jority, and was lost. in the House by a close vote- upon Cmmerce. such us to have rendered him of great service in the
the whole coil about 83 to We are pleased the result The frank The officers who commande the British war vessels of public duties- Brothers and sisters,
In To educate all these children reqViirre duly passed through 3,00 to I define his fully. There are,however 73 a I performance
E .hO caSa miles In length. Mr. Evcret's machinery for lowering ,several pitiof" of in connexion ing privilege is one advantage accruing t the in the Gulf, and who hive made themselves so relatives and fnendf, are all brought to mourn the
of course that the of Tallahassee wit to
must victim
people the office either of whom would make the freedom of communication their the Commerce I JOSH <>f one wt[<> has so suddenly fallen a
i is essential to conspienous by
outrages
And heaving the cable wire,running s ut, tc., a masses. believe
f' taxed. But then must be remembered that i I npn drink. For all of thiw. confidently
L it satisfaclion. The to take CoL Per"hos imom*is suggested br between the Representative and constituentThe of the United States, were appears, under strong baneful habit of treating
the is bound gave .a on Regster. -we are indebted to the
I city be taxed to the extent of !hgr an old citizen ; practical
t I letters to the on instructions issued in 1849. The British Admiral as all to ehle'Oui'Sge aI
representaive eketion Let
board miles new on the 10th hind postage upon S at u* try
five hundred dollars two thousand forty int surveyor and wcH aequainted with the systemof
quarter, or
per with his I but fraught with so much
dollars antI is the squadron was to have left t begin the final our Stale We have known him for many years public affairs, and the speeches and documents soon a he became acquainted IllrJiJate practice now no common
a ant/ho, not that
the tuition year fees she now it to supposed will work from the centre of the great p'ateau. All' and can vouch for his qualifications and fitness forte which he is expected and required to end for tim preedingt sent a war steamer with orders for evil-Ocala L'vmp.mniorf.hse .
greatly
tnh'ge pay post S information of his constituent, would fall upon ; return. The officers, says Lord
date
the at the of imedate
were on Niagara : CaptainIudson's
exceed that But if it should go beyond that 'el We submit whether' A Democrat'has strict for theirpreeiJS Harruomy of Ihe Cabinet.
6 i Wool-dyed Upon the abolition of the privilege would cease the Napier, will be held t a account
t Bum, the additional amount of taxation ) di"P1tcb Rumors to the effect that jeak>u esan.Uiekerirg
required,
I mistaken the of the breeze will smith-
ss sji not very broadly position distribution of written and printed matter; which So the war pass over S Ctinet

equally distributed upon all the property in the From YTtsth.Despatches i Floridian, and whether, having been 1 greatly inJrror would regretted by all feeling an interest In the out interrupting the pacific relations hafpily existing had destroyed the harmony s'fSfr. BuehsnW* the
through
b
will be cirenUtlon
city so trifling that we shall not feel it- have been actively
_ in this instance he not likewise asia- the two nations.
from Camp Scott days later than may b proceeding of Congress and political matters geterally. Lh'cen great
And besides, the Council think 11.e The L"jiiojidiimpOxs
i City proper to do opposition i-rinta. Washington
the despatches of Gov.. Gumming, are said to havebeen taken in some of his Other statements? -N .

1 Uy can at the end of every quarter slide the received at Washington from Gen. Johnston, The article referred to from the Florida 2evs isasfollows 8DSIUE-onror Sibley, of Minnesota, in his of them thus:

f scale down so as t prevent their tbh.iLution from : Tb" Flood.. Inaugural Address, delivered the aebjotoed extract : m We staled some time ago that the President en
which a different state of affairs than that .
exceeding the for which represent j I .Minnesota enters the Union the thirtysecondState. and confidence la each and
quarterage already
they Are of A tertained ent implicit
The Convention.In all contain account ye
bound. presented by Gov. Cumming. I is feared by some i :ont e1( The papers from quarters She extend a friendly hand to all her sisters number of LU cabinet; we can add now ia
be found the most I every
columns ma
that the Mormon? have deceived time Governor bya our to day "i immense destruction by the late universal fos.- North and South,and gives then the assurance to hU new class of rumors which have bad
----- of the late Democrat response
W uan Tamo. The Ftxcch Gazette Medical semblance of submission, merely to time for teril114rts ion theJrefng The cotton cropc.it is thought, will be curtailed I that she joins their ranks not to provoke sectional a more recent Invention, that the utinoot good ttel-

states that charcoal has been accidentally discovered the removal of the women and ( gin, .hch accomplished It seems that ]*rfect harmony prevailed and, a hal a.million of blc Large quantities of corn : discord or to such esgender of them strife differ not to with enlist her in io a crusade die- p. in" exists between all the member of nor time*cabmJi cordial.
as
against of them on terms
are
: and if two
to be a cure for burns. of charcoal have returned to Salt Lake City, we expected,the lon George S. Hawkins was and w heat have likewise been d trye The rail- any .
a but
By laying piece they hunted for nom-I charctet of their domestic Institutions, to pro A than the rest.they happen to be tint very 6 itJ'
on the bum, tli* pain subsides onrl. By strengthened their i-wtion and assumed a thrcat- amounts- to an opposition.there Ti roads ban suffered much i destruction of bridges harmony and good will, and to lend her *ii.oa I men whom this latest apd freshet rtif.tr smm'iOO

leaving ii ft hour the ovuJ be healed. attitude Kansas U of presume, tlrdion. a wi Ac. Whole families have been wept and I In maintaining the integrity of th to be at darrs draw ,
on >r au :U cuing ".1tI lik prolific ably-l no candidate in the field in opposition to o 1<"a5ono I
[
of is the nat- dro ncd by the overflowing of 'l"n.
a lti crtwnly worth a trial rumor -S t him 1.hi truly gratifying, slate thing* i It.rem. 'S


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BY TELEGRAPH. 10 to 12J. The market advanced from ito I The Masonic Publishing Assc elation, ; SWAN & COJS LotteriesTRIUMPHANT NEW ARRANGEMENT & II

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LOUISVILLE KY. WEBER DAHlfHEIMEB, .
TI1REK r'.tvFROM %ltt.STON: Juno 23.-Sales of cotton I' lilBLISH I. I : TAILORS
to.d: 300 bales' at 10 MERCHANT
) $ to 12J cents. Mar. ,
\TIU I: I iuiuMM2OF; -
TilE MONTHLY 9IASOMC MACAZIXE
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1.etlIrm and & Geo. ANDDAl.ICifI
quivt. ; On the Tallahassee end Pensacola 1. ff$
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NEW YORK, June '.-Snips bf cotton to : OF Tin AGE SWAN 4.5 CO. continue to draw as usu ; RAIL-ROAD. RE"t I)Y-"IA ni CLOTtttKG "
:
\1aiY.\l: _.fjf't THE day 2,000 bales, lit an advance of \ cent.- ENTrTLED I a trilhoul imCnptin.I ---- - AND ,
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Middling lJpl.inih.12J cents. THE AMERICAN FREEMASOH." I SWAN \CO.'S Lotteries are legal : and after Friday the 4th of June the freight FURNISHING GOODS

1E eJ.A. I Nr.w OttLEA*, Junc22.-Sales! of Cotton i -_-- And Authorized by. the STATE of GEO.! ON and passenger Trains on these Roads will berun t :

I 1,500 4>ao The market is rather firmer, IT IS I' I tri weekl/ as follows, (Surdays excepted:) rr'HE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening at,

.. MAfiw/: ; _Sf. fq 1 Jtanfliffti-r- .{J.it'tA : Middling Hj 't IIS. Sales for the three days Dvoted Exclusively to the Instruction The late attempt to injure our jinn A -t' ", ,. '! :..t.u' \.1: lm-rct I/'}. our Jjotterie* dratm that our prizes n-1 Fii- SPRING aDd
are fairly k selected Stock of
7.000 bales and receipts same time 4,200. and Entertainment 1 ; Leave Tallahassee Mondays. Wednesdays. ohs.\. a well
Freights to Liverpool 5-lfxl. I are paid punctually ; and tlut our seA cmes I. days at 11 A. M. (except the lth and 29tL of each ; SUMMER GOODS.suitable
ajd..MoniLn
Jt. N. 1 June 11).-'ttie l rilis h ofdPreemasons their
> stole liberal titan er LotteryIN those
any unless
i C. ( month when the Trains will leave at 9, t I G A %tTLSAI'JSuVio WEAR' -
,::11,1, Noith American fiopllail; Steamship I June 22.-Sales of. Cotton 1,500 Wives, Family, and THE WORLD I days shall fall ftpon Monday Wednesday Friday, colJE'iJtmg in part French' aod English Cloths C s-

lVi I : .it, ( aIt. C. II. i:. Judkin?, was boarded bales. Middling 11 i cents. Sales for three Friends. rpt following Scheme wi be drawn by S.Swan as per Schedule for P. A G. R.usual R, in 11.which case tin !I timeres and eatings of tLf latest sty!U and best qval,
will be at
hour of as ) .
Each 2fumler Contain Portraits of Dixtingvisli'dFreetnaiont of ( Lot- departure it which are prepared to make t* rier .
this afternoon the steamer Race by
.tf t : and ot/ter b the lt hrriveatSt.Marke..12.15! P. XI. aad-oii RrSO.NABLI ,.
ljol' E"lralliHJA, !I each of their Single Lotteries for I a workman-like and fashiouable maaaer, *
.' ;i. lending to the Assocuteil Prc s. The 470 bales. Artist; nndtht rtklt./1v Dr. A. G. Maclev JULY, 1858, at Acjnjgta. Ge umLr, in public, un- t Leave St Marks .. . .. 330P.M., ;, TXCKS. Also, a good assortment of

SAVANNAH June 22.-Sales of Cotton -ff<,. Ota. Oliver, Gilct F.: Yalts, der be superioteodenceofComm loner.. ',I (except en Friday, when the train will leave at S.) I READY-MALE CLOTHLTyOionsisting
,:;.111" and derangement of the wires pi evenuil Albert Pike Rob. Morris, John i Anne ,Tallahassee .. .. 4.45 P. M, -
cailier transmission of the news.Tiio It i bales, at from 10 to l.vj cents. Dote, J. Theo. Holly, andothtrt. Class 22 Draws. on Saturday, July 3, 18C3. (except on Fiiday, when the train will arrive at 4.15.) II of Fine Black and Colored Cloti Frock
1 :ii) Jfanoriie Class 23 J>rav on fatunlay July 10, 1858. Coats, Fancy Cassimere, Basioess Coats Black acd
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left Saturday af. Comprise Class 24 Droll on Saturday, July 17, 1858. And on Sundays when necessary to connect with and '
IVibia Liverpool on Colled Raglan and Over Coats, Black .Fcatry
Late Jvr, -
Nell.
Baby I
History
New Orleans
between
the line of Mai! Steamers plying
Cleat 25 Draw* on &ttnrdjy, July 24, 1858. Grenadine
Doe!>kn and Cassimere Pants. Figured
ornoon June 12ih, ani delivered the news I TIle long bright thread of silver tain prudence, and Claxi 26 Dra-jn o Saturday, July 31, 1858. Key West and Havana which arrive at. and and Fancy Silk aud Cassimer Vests.
Belle Lf tires, St. Marks the Ifth and 29th of each .
tho of tho Associated Fell eoft in a tangled stein -- -- --- - -- depart from ,po
steamer many
to
package On silent leaves that laughed again From the Pens of t fie Leading Masonic Author of Oy TIe PLAN GFSIXQLE XUXBERS. month. j -ALSO- .'

I C,,-s, in sever days and a very few hours Through glade and del the Present Century.As On Pensacola it Georgia Rail Road a Tri-weellv j A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats

AnJ vi'lcts their n Masonic Monthly Magazine it has no 50,000 Tickets train will be run ou Mondays, dys and Fn- under shirts
,UIT' leaving: her dock in Liverpool. This is oped dreamy eyes, 'I and ties, sb.'rts.; racriao fllk: and eoUoo ,
: To hail with tears of sweet surprise Equal either in Beauty or Mechanical 5,485 PRIZES days :.. collars, s cks, gloves ii ..
;,. quicst passage on record. She \\ill be Their f.iircr risJer from the skies Execution, or Valuo of its Articles, ; Leave flnUhassee. : 7 A. :! The subscribers are new beginners and cot..atirely

dee in New York on Tuesday afternoon. Bright Kaby selL in the World. NEARLY. OSE_FIllEt____TO_ _EVERY___h _NINE_ TICKERTSI! Arrive at Station No. $ (Walker's Mill,). a53 A. M. unknown to the community, and-they }) dg .
MAGNIFICENT SCIfEJTh'! Leave Station No. 3 A. 9 .\. M. themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor
Tlie hopes that bloomed from fear that morn, Kaeh Monthly Part Contains as much Rfaditg Matter Arrive at Tallaha e.... A. M. them with their ratron re.
Commercial. Like budding from a thorn not to speak of the Costly En/jravingi i'lluttratinfy TO EC DRAW EACH SATURDAT. l:JUNE! '. .
I roses [ On Fridava an acfommorfiitioo Train will leave the J. WEBER, -
Cotton Jlarlct.-'l1le sales of the 1 Prize of .$ ( OOO ; 4 Prizes of. .900 I -
Liverpool I The jy that came when she was born safe, at AIL the other monthly TalabtUt'pot: for Station No. 3, (Walker's Mill L DANNHEIMER.
reach bales of 5>'o can tell issues of the Masonic 1'res of Amcri- > 1" : :',000 !! 4 COO I r
week tongue
tho 40,000 P.
4 Cotton for : I at 4.CO 1' M,and arrive at Station No. 3, at 15 C 18'
rolled 1 I 1" .ItO'hol: 4" .l00 I lilayllSiS. ,
0 may no earth! wind ever blow, ca, into One. M. During the continuance of the Excursion Trips I I _
; which speculators: took 3,000. The market 1 I Twlitr it* WasU of blighting woe ; IT II ACKNOWLEDGED: TO HI THE UovrnLT 3IA4OMO MAGAZINE 1" 5.000 i 4 600 the Tiain will lie over at Station No. 3 with Saturday .

. ,!Inclined to Jd.,Lut the greatest decline is May earth crow darker when you go, OJo' TIn: AGE. 1"1 ._ 4,0001) 60 50 -" __ 600 ZOO morning 7.15 as per schedule for Excursion I NEW t-oobs I-NEW GOODS !
Dear baby Nell. 3,000 j
J the lower qualities. [We annex I T rJnl'ernnuln.. Trill
ported on 1" 1,600 j lOt 125 FOR THE -
arrival
HACK leaves St. Mark of the Train
A
i -- ---- --- Single Subscription 1 . .?3 00 I on .
thoLumpa -- -- --- ---- year jatttnaid 4" 1,000 fSO 100
at Liverpool brought by for and returns in time connect with the
to
ill quotations Newport
.
i i 1Iotic. 2 yeans do t .. 500ClulRofTsvotoEigbteach Pri'<8. FALL AND WINTER
SpecialTHE slpprertiilallcn Train Tallahassee.
; ; of the 5th of June, to those received : .. 3 50 up to
._- -- ---- --- 4 Prizes of ft 00 Ippro.g. to S O.OOO'prizeare't.fQO Ot. MarkstoStatiunNo. __ _
---- I Fare from Tallahassee to 1.00
-- --- --- -- number above 8, each . .. 2 00
l.\ tin? IVrtia on the I2th of June. Clubny 4 $00.' 25,000 1,?OOI. 1, IVn.A

i'fTsirr. June 1'2'L Etuvpa, June 5'Ji. GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. I TbTb in all cases must accompany the orders. I. 200" 10.000 800 Ge. U. R.. . . . . CO 1EP! I
for each with the
SIC JAME3 CLAECE'3 CCLIBSATID FEMALE 1'IJ.LS. year commence 4 125" 7.000" 600 Fare from Tallahassee to Station No.2,Pen.a.Gee.

I :intlans) 7| d."! d. I'rfjatedftorn a prcsmpi.n of Sir J. Clarke', J/ first (Januarj)) number of that year, thus supplyingthe 4.' 100" 11,009" 400 R. It.. .. . ... . S7J
"'.1. G lilGJ..71 11.. l'hyiian Extraordinary to tIt QII C". I SUb 1 iber with the Masonic Romance series com 4" 't 5 3.500" 200 Fare from Tallahassee to Station No. 3, (Wal rI'HIi ui,!cr*;< :rncd now receiving his Stock cfL

1 j.r M.>Mu>. 71 d..7 7-lGi This Invaluable medicine i unfailing in the cure fir all plete. the work being stHfotJpe any number .1" 50'. 1,500" 200 I ker's Mill). . ... ... .. 1,00 FALL A.WIXTER GOODS,
'?,l.t.! CI d. .7 MCd. or series of numbers will l>c maied, postpaid, on receipt I 5OuO prizes of 20 are.100,000 wLkh wants neiiiwr iu Quantity Quality or Style.
which the foraalo
!1" !.. (-.l, *n.l,7i d..7 -.I6d.'II tbOM painful and langerou diseases to of the price, 25 cents ( ; .-
constitution Is .ubjecL It moderates tU excess and remo>'. Freight charged on Penxarolti d' Georgia Itailroa-I Embracing for the Ladles
1I
d..7 d J. BllENNAN, I
OJ AdJrce J' ,485 Prizes amounting to.$320,000
I :
I I 5ti to l dt Hi'
I >"paid on of good
relied
aii obstructions, and a speedy cure may be on. ery
P. Attocialion, Silk Robes Quille. Side Delin
The stock of Cotton on hand in Liverpool i TO JfAUKlED LADIES Scrctal.yl LOUISTILLI, Ky. ; AVitoLE TICKETS.f 10 ; HALVES_f 5 ;_QuARTERS fzj.f .. '' FROM ST. MARKS TO STATION 1,12,13, : Of a Flouneeil, Stripe.. CluIIie R/tf"

\\:isG32,000 bales, of which 5S ,OOO wero i it ;in peculiarly tuitcd. It will, In a short time,bring on the June 26, l8S. 26-lt. I ." A CIRCULAR ho\eig tII plait vftAt totttriM win 'I''I'I Cotton per bale. . .. . .. 75 IP'37$'100 I Bro >ac?<: Bayadiere3tripc3, Plush BarcgCaallle -
Tobacco in Ibs. .. .,
Boxes
IOU
period with regularity. 25 ; 26
monthly ----- tt 5 Kt to any one tlttirou receiving it. 5Joo per Rolx.., .
\inerican.! Each bottle price One Dollar,bears tie Government Stamp Corn for Sale. -: :- Corn and other gram in sticks per LusbelllO fIO 10 Cl.mi Striped Glace. Printed Merino Robes, t .

The sales on Friday rcaelrtd 7,000 bales, of Great Britain, II) prevent counterfeit Saltp r sack .. . . .. .. '30 4.0 I Satin Plaid !'oaltd-Loire Delain ,
CAUTION. V BUSHELS COIN for sale. to the Certificates ofFackagesisill be sold at ths fullow- Hay in Bales 100 25 26 I
rn- Apply per All Wool! Delains.MANTLES.
and the niaikct closed! tlulL I i is the risk
fjJ\ \J mile North of Tallahassee. rates, which : Lime Slate lbs..t.
Thee Pills shnuld not be taken by fomalos during the first undcrsigurd one Cement ,
Tra,1-1110 advices from the I i I Certificates of Package of 10 Whole TictcU. .?!OI" in .. .
JAMES E. 25 25
Slate of I' lire*months Prcprnsncy, a
districts were regarded: uufawnUe. I but at any other time they are!aC,'. June 26,1Sr8. 2G I M 10 10 Half ....40 narIron per 100 Ibs. . .. .!((25 '25 23 fr sTray XATE&I.U. LaD STTUiEmbroideries .
manufacturing Quarter 20
In all cti*<-.'4 Nen-oDH ani piial Affections rain in the All other goods per 100 Ibs. . .130| |30 30
.
10 Eiirhth 10 _
: Back ant Lli'oli. *, Katipie on Might exertion I'alpitatioti of Notice.SIX ] Ja ordlfing Tickets or Certificates, enclose thei I Front TALLA1fASSEEioSTATIOXI\ [12, 3 : .

T',c \Yroihcr.Tbe weather in England j, the Heart II)ftcrifs, and Whitw, these Pills will affect a months after date, I shall present my foal money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on receipt Cotton per bale . . .123 I37J jO Or EVEBT KIXD.Yalcnccne r
core when an other means hate failed,and although a powerful Tobacco in Boxes 100 Ibs .. .,|l2J'12j' Ij Maltese and Honiton Lace
and vouchers to the of forwarded per
will be
Hov. Judge of which they by first mail.
the
for .
considered favorable growing I remedy,do rot contain iron, calomel antimony,or any bate of Leon county as administrator of the Estate Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they Corn and other grain iu sacks per bushel| 5 | 5 5 BONNETS, BELTS AND TRIMMING RIBBONS. 1. i

crops. thing hurtful to the constitution.Full of Richard Regan, late of said county, deceased, and may designate. Salt per wick. . . . .25 ::2; .25 The undo signed would also call the altentifotth t

directions accompany each package. Solo Agent for ask for a discharge from said administration.E. The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will bo Hay in Bales per 100 Ibs . . 12J,12il24,! Public generally, ta Us large and complete Stock of I

C.rncral :Xt'u'. the Unite Stales and Canada, 'OR MOSES, G. GllISSETT, AdmL'r.June sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing.t Lime, Cement Slate, Planter, and -Guano -. I I Gents and Youths Fall and Winter Clothing "

Later from India has been received. (Late I. C. Baldwin Jt Co.) Kccbwtter, N. Y. 26, 1858. 266mMontvale Jf" Purchasers will please I write their signature in packages per 100 l lbs.. 124l21Il2; I I Gents aW Ytnth Fall and Winter .
news enclosed authorized Bar Iron lb .. .. .
l C to 100 I
N. U |t,00 an> postage nUimps any their Office per I2 HATS.
-- ---------- plain and give Post County and State. I CAPS. _
The I5iiti."h force had reached Rohilcund, Agent, will Injure a bottle containing M Tills by return Springs df: Remember that every Prize. is dravfn and All other goods per 100 Ibs . .1'..15 tis jis t.$i- BOOTS AND .SHOE3.PLANTATION !'

reaiL in full without dedu tion. EDWARD JJOUSTOU
mul were in entire sese.ion. [Rohilcund payable GOODS !
ro I For sale by Edward Rarnard Jr, Sole TThntcuIo and Ke- EAST TENNESSEE, 1858. i -. All prizes of*1.000 and under paid immediately l'res. ,
ff Supcrflcndcnl.February
.' :1 region of ISri'.ish: India, named from the I nil Agent for Tallahasuce. J. 8. M. PaTiJwn, Sole Agent -- -- -. -- after the dra\ving-othcr prizes At the usual 13,1853. 7-Ora Kerseys OiYcil *. .J, .ta gmsrind Rrp. /

K.'inilas: and .\tr b:1n tribes, and was said to j jlux I for Qumev. VISJOP.from the South will have no detention time of thirty days. --- --- --rTry Saluda Stripe rionkets, I
Fehrusry6,1S. 6-ly The ins AH commnnicationsMricihr confidential.; Marlborouij St.ipe3 and Russets and black Shoe,
connect and cool
TI now promptly keep in there Times
'been literally swarming with the cavalI I ------- I Exciting Plaid,. and iJane.I '
I II I at that reaching Knoxville nine beurs sooner Address Order for ckets or Certificates to Linseys Ken'y.
If Tour Hair I. harsh, pint with the S. SWAN tte CO. ICEICEICE! !!! Heavy Cotton Osntburgbs.rgrni.! !* all Wool LJSs.ys, {
I Y of 1 the rebel UoliilLiwho are described I I II Uael'rof. Wood's hair Kestontlre. than Umler. By arrangement.mnde Augusta, Ga. J -i 4 A browa and bleachWool Hats. -
If ITaly it stage lines, visitors wi Springs Knox- dJ" Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or --- _-- '
;-I* expeit riders, fully equaling the Ca. your Gray ed domestics Steel Iron and Nails !
vi-ry I
Use Trot Vfood Hair EcMoratire. viE ((24 miles,) four hours earlier than last season, Atlanta Ga. Can have their orders filled and save BY the Express Packet Brig G>ncril Bailey fif- Brown and bleached Shee- Complete assortment of I
f'll i:.die! Indians of the Wc:L] If your ITair Is Thin. saving fourteen hours There is also P good line |. time, by addressing S. Swan A Co., at either of those days fr*>m New York, we are in receipt of ting, Hardware.CARPETING f

The wailike preparations going on in I Use Prof. Wood's Hair E st'ratiT'. of Stages from London to tile pjiDg''. i J, cities. 330 Tons more of this summer luxury, and wLicb
If you are Bald Besides the usual accessories ofealtn i? be had :: Tickets) for sale ly K. :M. WEST, we desire to dispense to nil in want on application ,

i'i.iiicc are attracting the attention of the tie Trot '('s Hair Keitoratire.If in mountain air and scenery, can Tallahassee .. I at our ICE HOUSES at St.M"T\S or New Port. at Brussels. Three fly and Ingrain Carpets, ;

Khi.hi, ; P.iiliatnentU 1 yon bate Nervous IIea! for quantities over 100 pound, Parlor Rugs and door Matts.AI ;
the that
L'serttif.' Wood's Hair Etstoratire.If the cure of diseases; prevalent at the South ; especially A list of that ucb I when not required to be cut, and at 3 ct*. per quantities of tbe above mentioned articles, will be *oMup ;
l.as been ilelern.incJ by the Spanish: : yoa hare acdrutf; diseases ornatet in disorder of the Liver, the wheel -n ith the amount of the Prize Jrawin under 100 pounds. >n as god terms as can be bought of any House

< ; xciimiciit to continue J. do la Concha in I| Use Trot WooFs Hair Restorative.If and which comprise a large majority of cas 9. one il entitled to, u-ill be published"ter every Stj vhojdtrs! .will be furnished & heretofore s*. 2 I in the Citv.. -
: For shattered disease in the c.Jluwing papers: Augusta (Gco.) Constitutionaiiist desired and fI.
yon have Eruptions> up systems: by or cents iu quantities transportation C. WILSON
building
per potiDu .
t'uutiire of General of Cuba. New Orleans Mobile
; Captain Delta Register,
I Use Prut 'Wood'sIIalr KcloratiTC.If wor excess of care or toil, this summer paid to Tallahassee rK.. DerKit. But or Oct. .
J' 1S3.
re 42 .
I
Charleston Standard Na'hville Gazette, Atlan'a In- ::1
:.M th5 ur.dVr cf State :' desire Hair, fcoitis i invaluable. I be fyrwar JJ!
r. Fitzgerald Secretary y u Glossy tiers with blankets or btw roust : U ____ 1
New York Book Savannah!
V Ie Prof. W 0,01'. Hair rcstoratare. Possesfin gteat natural advantages, the proprie- k-lligenecr. Weekly Day St. Matks Ice House. ;
Affairs stated ill the House of '! : New Richmond New York Dispatch .
<': I'orrign I Doming Dispatch, tf
If you desire In preeerve the Color\ tors last year began, and through the fill, winter HARD TIMES with warm weather make s.ch
'<>:n.nOIll that the Minister of the United i' the Fro "-'. Hair EoatoraUte. and *prin*. Lave continued a 'pt improve I (Ark,,) True Pauld-ng Democrat.NOT. ; pli..s( :.) Clarion, and Little Rod-, welting appeals against the credit system, that our I Isabella((?.& House,
I desire not to loose the Color ments and embellishment, wlidl they believe will I
you terms will be cash from -
at Pari. Mr. John Y. Mason labored I IMi H 1867. or weekly payments regular rlM
tati-s Co }' ( Wood's Hair Ec tor ti\. make it the most attnCUwatuil$ pUce i the 4lyNotice customers. NO YES & ADD, Proprietors.St. ALBANY ,. GEORGIA.ryiIE .

.iir a grave n.isappiehension respecting If you want a Cheap Article South. I Marks, May 22, 1658. 21 [Sent copy .
Wood's Hair Restorative. Mr. S.J.A (formerly of Lani tse Prof. --- above HOTEL in the
1 iln: laml acquiescing i in the free labor move.r.Lut. |1 'ER Albany. present terminus -
: If femirc the Beautiful Lock Oa,) i is in these improvemeut Maryland _I ,.
I you person Months after the first publication of this no- State Lotteries. of the Georgia and OloridftRatlr d, is
rOle Prof. Wood's Hair EcttoraUve.If igcther with the Farms and Gardens aUa He SIX
: I the tender of his services to his old friends -0-
yoa admire the Beautiful Ringlets, renews
: of Antonio Botolo, deceased, late of Leon county
Additional bjr the Vaudcrhilt.ST. I Tee ProC "0001'11 Hair Eeetorative.If and the public, and assures them that it is his un I n ill present his final account and vouchers to the R. FH.VXCE & C(., Managers, TRAVELING PUBLIC. .

JOHX, N. P.. June 18.-It was roper'oil I you wish a Beautiful Complexion ceasing aim to promote Montvale.their comfort and happiness Judge of Probate vf said county and ak to be dis OF the Maryland State Lotteries, present the follow'bg The House and Furniture ale new. The. rroprirftcr -
his at
Use Prof. Wood's Hair EeKtoralive. as guests charged. R. A SIIIXE Admt'r. Splendid Schemes i-t determined to make it a

in London that a new commissioner bad i ii If you w isli a race Iree from Pimples, WATT LANIER d CO. I Jnne 19. 1858.25- FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
Use Prof. WOO Hair Eestorativc.If June 19. 1f58. --- -- ---- -- -- -- ---- For JUNE, 1858.
!been for Canton in the place of | .
i appointed yon wish to appear Young, rdance No. 604 and hopes By strict attention to the wauts of his

1 Yell, and it was said that he was collecting I Use Prof. Wood's Hair Eestoralive.If An I They C3UtICr. ptre1asersofTiekets to beware of Guests, to merit patronage of the Public. .

p hlhxorici : ordering. Tickets in otterkwhere extraordinary L. II. DURHAM Prcprietor.
forces with 'he.iew of attempting to I II you want testimony overwhelming I
entitled .An Ordinance
: rc.cap.thre Eea-t th Circular of ProC Wood's Hair Eestorativc.It TO-Oltnl an Ordinance /<> I : FOR RESTORTXG CERTAIN LAN S TOMARKET large Capitals are offered for a small cost of Ticketsall Albany. Ga. May 22, 1858. 21-ly
that city. The European fleets, when I yea want to find it, tslabl'uth and regulate the Morlt of t'l City of I IN -THE I such 03 l -i"1dles.! ---- -- --- ---- --

;I these movements were made known, were j The Pepot is at 114 Market sL'Pt. I.uis, Missouri. July Ttillahatsec., 1828."andfor ofler purposes, fII I 2ht I TIle Maryland Lotteries have been iu existence fur Family Groceri;
STATE OF FLORIDA.
1 rr: It is also sold by every popular Druggist in the city Forty Years. They are drawn by a State Officer,
immediately summoned to repair to Canton. anhoutry. SICO: 1. Be it ordaintd f S y tr-e Inttndant and ----- -- and can be relied on. If you draw a Prize, you will McXAUGHT, OIOTOXD, & CO. ,
1 i iJ City Council of Tallahatrce, That the regular mar- I URS"irANT to in the Gercral get your money. The whole country is flooded with ,
and 6-11. )
with France
Affairs Spain to Fehmary6ISA a provision Ap-
appear _____ h __. ___ .____ kt hun shall be from day-liiht in the morning un I propriab'on Act of 18th August, 1856, placing- Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of them. ARE receiving from vessels io port. ft small aDd
J be getting rather complicated. MXANVS CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS ei o'clok, A. M from the first cf October to under the control of the General Land Office FLOKI- tr Order in the Maryland State Lotteries. sup ply: cf GROCERIES ioclnding q

I fRKPAKED FLEMING liKOS., the first of March; and from day-light in the morning I abandoned, :Military Reserves NOTICE is hereby Maryland State CottVe,?upar. Lard ie., Pale Brandy and Wines. .
; llcfttoratiou of Waterman. until seven o'clock, A. M., from the first of March Lottery. 4Jso Oils, Feints, ic. ,;
Mayor : jy Are ranked among the mot|x pulsr remedies of the I given, that from and after Monday, the fifth day of .
?siw OKLKA.NS Juno 19. C. M. Waterman ( and to the first of October-find that eo much of the ordinance Lind MAGSIFICEXT scnrxx. -ALSOA
lay. That it will cure liver complaint! tick bead-ache July next, all the vacant public ? embraced in ---
I II
I the Mayor, and who was deposed ,lysp,-pia, it now l eyond a doubt Reed the following test is aforesaid a is inconsistent herewith b and the the folio wi'ig'iotrnMiips and parts townships. heretofore CLASS K, large and complete stock of Ladus,Gentlemen's

dU'j money from a well known laJy and gentleman of our own rame hereby rtpeal.< PARED June 1858. reserved for the use of the late Military Postat To J>e drawn i lit Batt'more City,Jufte Utli, 1? 3.ZSTIS and Children's Shoes. Boots and Bootees. Also a.

i ring tho excitement pending the recent city : CHARLES HUTCHISSOS D.Clerk.P. HOGUE, Intendant. Palatka, will be restored to market and laid open Drawn Ballots out of TS....ati let stock if Dry TJoods, comprising !ta part,' Lnd'.,

tion, has been re.instated in tho office of New Yoak, August 9, 1SM.Mr. to entry at private sale at_ the Land Office at St. 1 (rand Prize of...f 40,000 1 Prize of....""00'10) Dress Good. Prints. Linens plain and drilled.
and Mrs William Xo. 2.s.i 7th ilL testify that they have June 19, 1858. 25 Augustine, the same havffig been heretofore offered 1 lYrist or....... 12iTIftHK 10 Prizes t>f.... e..1t Bleached and Brown Dsmestics. Osnaburgs, Yams

I\Jt Jor. both been mffcrinf with the liver eomplaint five ycar t Notice.A at public pale, viz : 1 : :::::::::::: 6.tssi. :: : 102M : :::::: iso 200' Ac, &c. ALSOA -

during rxhich time they have spent a large amount of money South of the base line, and East of the principal 1 ......... 3tssi 6.\ .... too small but good assortment of Hats,Caps,Cloth
MEETING of the Stockholders of the Tallahassee to .... "
1 .. ;,I.st ( ... .
It I tor :v eua. and tried many remedies, but to no purpose. Finally, hearing Meridian. S ) fbi u .. RO ing. Shirts Collar. Neck Tie, te, 4e.; together

Sr. Lone, Wcdnesnay, June 10.-River I oC Tlr. M'Lane'a Pills,they purchased four boxes, whiohthoy to Rail resolution Road Company at, will their be hel according Sections 19 to 86 inclusive, of township 0 ; the I : :::::::::::: 11,00': ) It; :::: 4 60) >with a general assortment of all other article usually .
to the directions accompanying each a passed I 0 ... 4,<14) -* ... ,.
took according : :) wanted .
rose tJJ inches on Monday night and yester- t box, and now themselves perfectly cur d of tbat Meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of July next,((14th,) parts township 10, North and West, of the St 1 ........I..... It.UIUJ 21,1).41) ..... II) 1
It but 1.\In"lln..e at 10 o'clock, a. in, at he Office of the Companv. Johns Uivcr, and the fractions of township 11, West 1 H ........ ,- -SUCH AS- !

411) morning. was then stationary is ; d: tre iing disc are. TIIOS. BARNARD, See'y..Irine of the St.Johns River, Ranye 26. I 8Z'J9Gl'ri>............. uunlln, 1.0... ....t:5.1n Iron, Hoes, Spades Slwrels, Plow. Straw Cntteta .
purchaeerusillleaefultoasklorDli.MLANESCELEDUATrr
now receding slowly. All upper s1rt'tmsarc I :!f FitmsoBs IP. 1S5S. 25HPlantation Sections 19 to 36, inclusive, of township 9 ; all of Tieklc tin JIarrij r"Quarter *2.50. Eighth $l.2.ertii1caLe Corn Shelters Shelf Hardware Crockery and ,

: : ) TEUMIFl manufactured township 10, and the fractions township 11, North ci rreiof2CWItolg............... .tW ..Mdo.
l tailing. At Cairo it was swelling slowly.Six .- ,I (6.of ntturgk fa. All Itbt'r't'rmirus in comparison for Sale and East of Dunns Creek and Lake of Range 27. 11<. 21 Huh-CII............ H..: Furniture. Alao-Flour. Pork. Bacon Sugar ,
inches tho Ohio. levee. are worthless. Dr. M'Lane'a genuine Vcrmiluge.aUo < d" 21 more will Given under band at the General Land Office
sweep i hiseeltbrated Liver Fillecan now be bad at all respectable SITUATED in Columbia untState of Florida, at the my City 0: Washington, this 4lh day . 01. SS}.i gtithaHAVANA ........: 13.64a Liquors, always on hand, and re-
IJOU.S\LLI June 10. River I miles South of Alligator. It consists pl ni.betl l by each arrival from
:, Wednesday, drug hl rell. XOM ctaniae stiLlest fit signature of h\ of May, 1853. 11
of four hunaE acres of fine Marl and Clay Land. PLAN. New Orleans to meet
[U] FLEMING BEOS. THOS. A. HENDRICKS Com. ;
risIng with nearly 15 feet on the falls. I ,
There are all necessary Buildings on the place; a great -- the wants cf th.ifCUjTffilER9 '
I -----' --- -- --- May 29,1838._ 22-6___ _ _
many other improvements have been made,and a ,
part
All the numbers in the wheel ]
CINCINNATI: Wednesday, June 1C.-River put an' every Prize
1trW5. : of the land now in cultivation. Constant Water ----s ow PUBLISHED
TW! ) on put in another. can TOR SALK AT Fllft PEICIJ.
rUing ilowly.fiuglaml. the Land for man rod beast. Good titles will be Newport \1.0124, IMS. 17
AND FOR SALE BY T / title Pitta vhirh is the ,,
-- -- -- -- ---- given. There is also Tract of good Hammock adjoining iyS. old-f-ivhioned of
and the United State I'ORT OF ST. MARKS. the same which I can b purchased. Any one GENERAL AOEXT OF THE WORK, Iti-aiciny every Prize M drum oil.

---- to celtic this would do well Maryland State