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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: July 3, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Professional (( rbs. I JJr rUft55iUna1 onfr la5IutWLE.ANDERSON! * ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WELL I But I wish to of affair 1
speak to yoti an con. Mexican in citizen's dress made his appear creation, who ever hearn o' the'like. Robinsoa .

tenting: myself. Many years ago 1 accidentally anco. They. seized him and asked if there t what does this mean!" .
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MILES NASH & CO.. .A1-torn.ey; : CHAPTER II. ; crossed the path of t certain man, (he were more Mexicans'in the immediate neighborhood t You, shall know all at a proper, tim.4 ,"

. DEALERS IX' I.IaW. afterwards attempted to assasinate me,) andI he said there was. Leaving him in said Robip.vn: ... .j ,
-.All 1)SOLICIOlIN- CONCLLTDED.j I
[ swore vengeance against him but have charge of the others, Dau proceeded in the Willa and Munroe now resumed heir
DRUGS, gft FAINTS, ', hellos Dan what' the matter?Here never met him till to.dAY, and although I am direction pointed oct by the ,Mexican. He both greatly excited and embarrassed.seats bn
X'RIAXNA you are raving as if baa a troop of RedSkins cot positive that 'tis he, I feel half <
MEDICINES JB OILSWOULD FLA. yon yet quite sure was gone an hour, when he returned before an explanation could be ,Mr.
0 in your possession Day is breaking, that it is no other.( If I should meet him tomorrow and found the Mexican seated onliis..(Dan's) Woodruff i in. given

inform their nend. and the public, JL)RACTICjn too and Frant.lin-in the Court the of JackBOO, WMling up, up with you;" .,. if In the, heat of battle, I shall surely horse. And Dan being rexod, i oecac'se! the roe started stepped.and. turned,.Robinson pale. arose p/,'Mun

on band a good assortment of*uc riannaand in the United: States Supreme Disti-ictContt Court at Ma-at This was said b; Mdnrbe\ as. ha stepped kill him, or he me, (or I shall give him time. fellow had deceived him ordered. ,hinilp! .alight, : Mr. Woodrefli Allow me to introduce. -
articles u are generally kept in their line of busioee into the house to wake Dan and '
found
himas Let retire
ly warning. for shall need ,
Apalaclucola. us we saying got to to ofj
;tid: will be receiying regularly fresh applies. Tbeii REFERENCES described. go camps, > fpller, you to my friend Mr. Charles Monroe," said
cnrs shall be reasonable.Tallahassee. : rest before the setting of to-morrow's sun. and ef you show any of yer Mexican!] ,bout Robinson. .
April 8th 1858- 14. lIon.J. Wtrle Baker,Tallahassee, Well! now," said Dan, how curous 1 I They then threw themselves on their pallet me I'll nii\\ a eend tq yer existence ijnd carry ,For l the.ftot! ti"ie. Woodruff and
H. L. Rutgers, Ageot S. W. R. Bank, felt:-Geminy wasn't I in a nice fix. ]I and were soon wrapped in slumber. They yer skelp in. So git.do'po I'll make day. recognized Munroe now saw.
Dr. ,Miles: H. Nash, Hon.J.J. Fioley. Marinnna. thought all the Vae o's north of ?1-1 was had not slept long however before the alarm light shine through everlaatin Ha .
ma'1't
you yer
fcano & pepper in house
Widgeon.Agt. Colbmbiio!, Jlarianna Welljet's' young TOO ray iamy
stormin the
orrcts HIS raoraaioiiALSKaricES: TO THE CITUZMI" orTALLAHASSCZ bouse. brilesomo venison was given by one of the picket gilard who
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: A"DI\.ituulbUi ;\<.Ot, lllI. -----"- en '"I -- atid he ott." Q..t 1.1-_ .....1_._ _,....,J-. 1. .,. _. !it""H- fcap!' reluctantly,. alighted, presence- again- o-I".said-.i he.!:_ >.--, MM
with Dr. M. Kash)mmediately eastof the EDWIN A. HART; Their meal was soon dispatched, aDd J reloading ment every man was at his post and awaitingthe C: psJttic was :distant about (en miles..- I give." I ..

OFFICE ..A-t-torney XJW; their rifles they started at a brisk result For d moment everything was Dan had in the course of the day pick'ed! up Ye3; forgive," said Robinson.

May 19 185S. 20 Tallahassee Florida. walk for Washington. It was late in the day still,,then there was the rustling of leaves, a Spanish lance which he still had, and would Now I don't know what all this means

Dr. J. Leavitt when they arrived at that place, wera they and the; not,Mexicans!, but. spies who: had occasionally prick up the binder parts of his but I say forgive too," said! Dan.
WILL! .District practice, iq and th the* Circuit Courts Court of the Mid found a motley crowd assembled and appa. been sent out to reconnoitre, advanced and prisoner: to make "spur up" !ache called l it.- Charles Munroe-said Mr. Woodruff t

orrras HIS rRortssiOfAi SBRTICES: TO TUE ITBLIO. State and$ the District Court Supreme of the United States of this at rently greatly excited. Our Heroes loon gave the countersign. The men appeared to They had, proceeded jn this manner some four do forgive, I have long since forgiven you,
OFFICE in CASH'S. NEW BUILDING near the TallahaMee.! J3T Office over the Store of Messrs. mixed with the crowd to ascertain the cause be dsappointed! and set about hunting him miles when the Mexican complained of fatigue and often have prayed that I might tell
G. &J. Mf'giulIlM. of the disturb nce. who had been) the of the and Robinson him
May :!. l8e8. 21 cause disturbance. proposed taking onbis you-you were .forgiven, and to prove f IJ I
-Jan. JlO. 1858. 4 dh Joel, how do you do I Glad to see They found him scared terribly, and trembling horse behind himself. To this Dan had now in the presence of these witness give

MEDICAL NOT I f E A. T PEELER'S you, you appear to be in better health than like an aspen. He was ordered to his no objection and the prisoner took his seat you the hand of my daughter" placing the

-0- tl t when we fought the Indians at, Wa .o. But post with the injunction that if ho left it again behind Robinson. In this manner they rode hand ot his daughter in that of Munroe.

Drs. Robertson Bond LAw &. COLLECTION OFFICE, what is the cause,of this excitement ?" without orders he would be dealt with accor U into camps," and upon their pear approach But, said Munroe, my father ,is- not willing -

farmed a co partnership io the practic TALLAIUBSE, FLORIDA. This was said by Munroe as lie warmly ding to his deserts. As he matched to his those who had before been captured shouted and abe will not marry one whose parents .
.HAVING profession, offer their services to 'be cit J'rICE UP STAIRS IN THE SAME BUILDING. AND OPPOSITE' grasped the brawny hand of a six foot Texan post he passed near to where Munroe was Santa Anna, Santa Anna," pointing to the object."
izeus of Tallahassee: and surroupding country. THE fOOL Or THE FLO&IDIAV JOCKMAL OFrriCE who gloried in the cognomen of Joel Robison standing, and he became convinced that he prisoner" behind Robinson. Joel asked him ..Your father is willing, said Woodruff-,

ton 3f do Office. over the Store lately occupied J by Bet WILL Practice, Wakulla.in the Jefferson Circuit, and Courts MadisTD of Oadsden, abdattead and who is known by many an old Texan as saw Gough, his sworn enemy Munroe then if he was really Santa Anna to which he re- long since did he tell me so, and often has

.Uiggs.Feb. 28, 67 9tfE7TTATNARD promptly to the collection of notes and ac one amongst the bravest of Texan patriots. began to think how he would wreak his vengeance plind "Si Senor" and requested to be carried he prayed to see you that he might tell yoo."
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-- counts in any of said Counties. Robison returned the grasp of his friend. upon him. Alter having thoroughly to Houston's tent which was done. "Then, said Munroe am happy."

Jr. Feb 27, 1858. 9-lf The excitement, said he, is in conse. weighed the matter be decided to hunt up Well now, said Dan, if that don't beat Now, said Dan, I'd like to know who

WILL CONTINUE THE GWYNN quence of a report bro't in by Deaf Bill the Dan Sheets, tell him the circumstance and creation, to think that I bad the pepper eaten wouldn't be happy in your fix.U I've go$
BUSINESS & HILTON scout, who says Santa Anna is making forced get his advi e upon the subject He acor-! pulque drinking old cuss in my power and to say is you'd be a darned fool not to be '
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..ttcriaoyXazw; ; ; marches for Houston, and will probably reach 1 dingly goes in search of Dan, and found him then to treat him as civilly as if he'd a been happy."
t3T: AT THE OLD BTA3D, aXON 3 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ; there in a very few days. Sam Houston is I snoring loudly, Upon awakening him, Dan full blooded gentleman. And he, a ole renegade Robinson and Dan then retired J leaving the

-- not the man for the times. Tardy; and between rolled over, raised. up, rubbed his eyes and had to pull of his fine coat and breeches, others in the room, whereupon a long explanation

OF Toll WfM MOETAE, ,D. IV. CWYNH & M. B. HILTON, I' you and I, cowardly ; he is not disposed thought it oncommon strange that a gen. and apalets and cocked hat, and steal some ensued, during which it appeared: Mr%
MBcJ HA VINO associated themselves together in the to gratify the wishes of the people.! tlemdn should be waked up at that time o'- niggers clothes, thinkin we'ed take him to bea Woodruff was only stunned by .the blow
practice of Law will gin their joint attentionto to to march and that when 'farmer or mule driver but blast his Munroe.In
Corner of Clinton sod Monroe strute,T.1aDwee. They, a man, are s&xioua at night, too, it mout be the last ever. given by .
all,business entrusted to them. They will attend once to the of the invaders.- he would lastin hide if I git another 81i win at him III of time
U, l86. stop progress sleep ,ever git. course Charley and.rWilla! were
January : ,_:Sj. __ ___ _ the Supreme Court, the U. S. District Court. and the "
MEDICAL NOTICE. Circuit Court at Tallahassee, and also ,the Circuit Houston will! give the men no, satisfaction, Munroe briefly told his story as we have finish him. made flesh of one fl.es ." Tfca; .Fathci qf
__ Courts of Oadsden' "Walulla, Jefferson, Madison and i and I fear (they have lost confidence in him, related it and added that" before to-morrow's This was the sentiment of the entire army, Charley! was advised of this event, and he
--ee Hamilton Counties.; Office at the Court-house in and will not obey his commandS. But see sun shall set one of us must die." though not the exact words. All were greatly immediately set out for Texas, wh.rehe WU
FEELER..3. C. BATFK.: .
A. -- Tallahassee.March 6, 1858. 101jHOGUE Houston beckons us to him; t Well.raally! Charley" said Dan, "yon mortified that Santa Anna was not killed for joyfully received by Charley and his wjfe.- ..
Drs. Peeler & Bates, Tho twb went to' Houston who took them aint in cold sober airnest, are ye. Well ef many had sworn to kill him if a chance 'presented He afterwards settled near them and all are

TTAVING: associated themselves in the practice & AMATTRP aside and engaged in a long confidential! talk. that dont beat all. Come here to fight Mex. itself.: Suffice it to say the victorywas apparently happy.. Gough was shot for deserting ,
JLJL of Medicine and Surgery, respectfully offer The people became more noisy and made icans, and commence on pore downtrodden complete, the banner of the Lone the night before the battle. Robinson r'
their services to the Public, in the treatment of all ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS frequent calls for Houston. At length the Amerikin. But the way of transgressor is Star" floated in triumph, and that night is stil ,living near Mnnroe and prospering.

acute as veil as chronic Jefferson diseases of all Fla.characters -A.T Tw trio started for the crowd, and when near hard, and if yer think it right to skelp him, though the men were weary, many was the Dan again betook himself I to his favorite amase-

JaIL Office 9. Waukeenab 1858_, 2-tf_co, TTAVE formed a co-partnerebip In the, practice of enough Houston\ mounted a stump end thus do it, and ef Jer want help jest say so, and:! .shout of victory that mate the welkin! ring.In mer.t.If Iping InJun and. ,tp.this day U (j
-- JL J. Law, and will attend to any professional business addressed the men : Dan Sheets is regularly in." a few days the army marched to Houston the most efficient spy on the frontier. i.:
xL H. BERRY, entrusted to thtir care. '* FcUow-Citizens-The time has como (for "1\Iy idea is this," said Mnnroe, "in the where they were received with the most extravagant :
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and Commission D. P. HOQl,. ,. .A. PERRY AMAKER. while demonstrations of joy. After The Damage by the OTerflowiT
Auctioneer action. Santa Anna is upon us with his morning, we are arranging our positions, recruiting -
May I, 1858. 19WILLIAM whole which I'll make it convenient to as near Goughas themselves they were disbanded and In regard to the extent (the dam- 1
MERCHANT. army, is more by four-fold than get probable o .
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each left for his home .L. '
ALLiHAESEE, Fla.Sept.29. 1855. 39 SCOTT all of ours. Is it possible that we must meet possible_and in the heat of battle_shall_ !l. go one to receive the ago oj me iresneu, me new uneaqs ttca-, !
__ this force which is large enough to annihilateus to him, get him to recognize TOO, and kill him warm greetings of those he left behind.- yune of the 16th remarks: The conversation -, I
S. S. KNIGHT, AYT gY AT LAW, at a single blow fOur army is sadly deficient on the epot. If I should fall Dan, have me Robinson invited Dan and Munroe to accompany .i in AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT MOYTICELLO, FLA; in numbers and munitions of war. \Year decently interred, for I have a horror of being him to his home on the Colorado, thereto the ndation which now threaten. to become
July 30,1853. 30 11 jan assailed on the north by the Indians, on robbed after death by a Mexican." stay with him some days, adding that in general all through the Mississippi VAt. 1
FLOHIDA. ..
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TALLAHASSEE
-- -- -- the west and south by the Mexicans. I do Raally," said Dan, you've fixed up his neighborhood was as nice a young Ladyas ley. The damage already done the cotton

_September..!., 1865. __ _05_ MEDICAL NOTICE. not wish to asAme the responsibility to things mity nice, aint it funny Come hereto one would wish to see." We shall see crops is immense, and may be put down,. I,

T. W. BREVARD, Jr., I -()--- march this body of men into the very jawsof fight Mexicans and kill one of us. But hereafter why this remark was made. Mun icithout any undue exaggeration, at 253 {o I

.a.-t-tor1cy n't I.iiW, I Dr. Wm. F. Shine, death; which I am satisfied we shall do if you are right, go ahead, and I'll] stick to you." roe and Dan ronsented to go and were soon 3000 bales. What the extent of the injury

TALLAHASSEE, FLA I OFFER HIS PROFESSIONAL BFRTICES TO THE ITBLIO. we march at all." The conversation then closed and each be. on their way. Every where on the route may be when the heavy rise reported in the. I
FFICE adjoining that of Drs.Gamble &: Betton. Here loud and bitter murmurings ran took himself to his pallet for the third time they were joyfully! received. On the fourth upper rivers reaches the overflowed region;
._ April!!4.,..1858 __ 17 _ _ I \J May 8, 1858. 19-ly through the crowd. Houston continued, that night. The camp was no more disturb. day at night they reached the home of Rob. and presses: on the weakened barrferi :that

HIGH A. CORLEY, "But if it is the wish of these men that I ed until the roll of the drum awoke all hands, inson. After partaking of a warm collation feebly restrain the food, remains to be MBQ.'

Attorney at Law DENTISTRY. lead them to battle, if they desire war, then I who for a few minutes wera busy preparing they betook themselves to rest for they were The calamity has assumed each serious pro.
say War to the Knife.' I frill}! lead where their meals, and then each examined his rifle, very tired. After everything had become portions that it can no longer be sneered at
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. any will follow." and pronounced himself ready for action. quiet Robinson observed to his wife that he by those who affected to say that the overflow

..Januiry: 17. 1817. 8-ly_ _ Loud shouts rent the air ; hats thrown up; The sun arose in all his magnificent splendor had the outlines of a romantic story in bis was manufactured for the purpose of influencing .
McClellan guns fired; and every available demonstration not a cloud was to b e seen, bu a colt i possession and that he was going to work to : prices."
Yonge & I made of their joy. In a few minutes nil was balmy, invigorating breeze, such an one as unravel it." His wife wished to know more
.A 11orn.cys; ; : n't' X.iflW.raAcTIc in relation to it. The Crescent of same date says :
bustle, hurry, and confusion in preparing for is alone peculiar to Texas, swept gently over
IS ALL TOE COURTS OF VEST FLORIDA. their march, which was to commence the the Prairie, which stretched away as far as Robinson told her of the conversation he The talk yesterday was the large transactions ...

Office at hRIAXXA. next morning. At the appointed time they the eye could reach to the left, while on the had with Mnnroe the night before the battle, in cotton. The absorbing talk wajof

C. C. YONGE..J. F. McCLELLAN.Mirch were on their way for the lower counties. right rolled in splendor the deep blue waters of the portrait, &c., and added if I am not the consequences ofinundation. It was:be.
13, 18:>8. 11-tf ri HE \:oeined( ptts i notice that be intends yilt- Their numbers were few, but a more hardy of Jacinto. Away in front, scarcely discern. greatly deceived it is the simile of our neigh lieved yesterday that the closing of the Hes- ;
JL iting Quincy profes 'ofi-ly} sitefal times duringthe and braver set never marched to sound of able, was the representative of the magnan. bor's daughter over the creek. To-morrow peria crevasse has been abandoned. Thi*. ;
wait
Benf F. Young, all those present who year may, here be in be want will of be'pleased his services.to on drum and fife. They were all in fine spirits; imous Mexican nation in martial array, I must ride over to make observations." settles the fate of thousands on thousand OL'
Process each his down this forlorn of The next morning Robinson excused himself 1 the best cultivated. lands in the pariah of
l\Dllim'N 1 j1 WI Teeth inserted on the Cheoplastie ,a process trusting to own strong arm and marching upon hope true '
entirely new, which enrpasees anything yet diecov. trusty rifle, though some had their doubts as and tried Texans._ A calm, fearless,determination from his friends. saying_be_ should. be absent I l\IadilOn.and.Tt'nla'. There was raised in
ANDSOLICITOR ered for full Setts. Hundreds: of the best certificates to the courage of their leader. At night they was stamped upon the brow of each of but a short time. Saddling his horse he Tenses in 1856, 65,200 bales of cottol ; in :
IN EQUITY, can be shown in its faror. Will be in Quincy on Madison
ILL in the Courts of the Eastern Cir Monday February the 1st and irSl refaain till the camped on the banks of Cypress Creek, a these, as with compressed lips, he clenched was soon on his. way, and at length! reachedthe 48,423 bales, in C&rrollwhich COY.
W cult practice ef Florida, and the Federal Courts. 10th. P. P. uwm turbulent stream that finds its way into the his rifle with a tight grasp and awaited the door of his neighb ?. lie was kindly ers Point Look Out crevasse, 52,995 bales.

(orrlcE AT GAINSriLLE, ALACHUA COUNTY.) Jan. 18, 1858. 3-tf Brazos. The light of their camp fires illumined approach of the enemy. Poor fellows, many received and all were eager to hear from the These three parishes furnished 106,613 bales,.
REF E 1 J.V C E S: MEDICAL NOTICE. the place, and sent their glare far into of you will this day bite the dust; many will battle. Very soon the old folks left the room, How mach of tb. cultivated lands of .these
CAPT. J. J. LuCAS th6 recesses of the swamp. No sound was'' be the sigb heaved in misery for dear absent leaving their daughter with Robinson. After parishes are submerged we are not informed.
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to be heard the occasional But heroes. Munroe a few common'pface remarks Robnson These are in oar own State bordering on the}
COL. J. D. AlIEN, }J. Ckarletton, 3. C. except hooting of ; ones. to our cast a *
Fa BEE & THOMPSON, \) Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE, an owl, or howl of a wolf. All else was I quick glance along the whole line, but could pulled out his portrait, and handing it to the river. Than there is Coneordia, which sent

Dt. JAMES: S. Jo'xcs, Tallahatser, Via CONTINUES to offer bis Professional Services. to wrapped in sleep. Not all, for, away through not see the object of his revenge. Not wiling lady asked if she ever aaw it before. Taking to market,53,06$ bales. Although thifpar..
June 6,'57. 23 of Ceutreville and adjoining neigh the darkness seated on a log are two men to be foiled he went to the officer of the it carelessly she replied that it was more than ish is comparatively free at this moment it..U

EDWARD M. WEST. borhood.bis residence.Residence changed to Centreville Officeat hom we recognfze as our 'friends Robinsonand 1 tine and asked permission to pass through the probable she never h 'd. But upon touching impossible to say from the accounts daily

Law Dec.26,1857.\ 62-tf Mnnroe. Suppose we go nearer to them, various columns. The officer being person. the spring, and as it flew open she became received, how long it will. continue. In ad
Counsellor
Attorney and at and listen to their conversation for it seemsto ally acquainted with Munroe granted the request deathly pale, gasped for breab( gnd-Iet fall dition to these parishes, we will go higher,up

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Nathaniel Hamlen be of interest. His search was in vain, the idea lrockbim the locket Robinson hurried forowe! water, on the Mississippi side of, the river. From'

_April 5. 1856. 14 MERCHANT, Here Joel, said Monroe, is a Locket, that Googh bad deserted, (which snbse- but upon his return fourid she had partially that section we have accounts of great ,dan.
COMMISSION which contaius the portrait of her, whom I quently[ proved to be true.) lie repaired to recovered,whereupon he took his seat,saying, age in Bolivia, ,Issaqnena; and Washington
FLOYD & HOLLAND, No. 38 Poydras SL, New Orleans.Rerel'l above all others most adore. This chain accompanies his post and told Dan Sheets'of discovery, I beg jroar pardon for thus unintentially counties, in which are some of the most productive

Attorneys at Law. o it, why I keep it, I cannot tell, for to which Dan said: alluding to a subject of which I >tn ignorant, cotton lands in the country. Then
Tallahassee
practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle to GOT.George James K. Walker E. Broonae, Eeq., it is more,than probable that,she of whom I Any damn man who would desert after but perceive that it is painful you' and with in addition to these gloomy details, the Taj}

WILL West Florida,and io the Supreme Court O.n. Wro Bailey, Jefferson county, speak is either dead or married. Yet a strange the inemy were in sight, ought to be cut up, your permission I will retire," at the same lahatchie river is nil and ready to diagorg
Ube State. Also in the District Court of the Unic T. J. Linton Eeq, to II fatality or superstition tells me that I shall hued down and made into soap-grease." time rising from bis seat. over its banks and meeting the waters (rem
States,in the Northern District of Florida. J. q Putnam Eeq.. Madison said the I would know the Mississippi, the i inundation will\ be vast
R.J }FLOYD Office Apalacbicola, Fla. yet meet the object of my love. Here takeit. The officer in command gave a few commands Stay, stay, lady, ,
D. -HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. Augustus Daniel Bell Steele Esq, Esq, Hamilton, Levy If I fall in battle, bring this to me, and and recommended as battle cry The more of this. How came you by this portrait in the extreme ; in fact it will settle the cotton :

Dec 82.1858. M J. J. Snelling. Esq,Gadsdco let my last gaze rest upon her, and when I Alamo." Meantime the Mexicans were fast Who gave it to you I When and question for this-,ear:

WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, E. Remington, Eeq.,11omasviUe! Geo. am dead, keep it, and if you find her whose approaching and our little band were all impatient where!1" .. '
G3 A traveler in the baekwoodam.Lwstha
O_t. 24, 1857. 43 name is at the bottom, tell her that I died to meet them. At last the command These questions wore ask'ed in a hurried : .
Attorney and Counsellor at Law but Robinson to evade them settler near a house and inquired : **-
while my last thoughts were centered upon ta Forward March"Val given in a loud, manner, wishing ,
MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. G. K. CLARK, her." clear tone. This infused fresh ardor into the asked if she had before seen it f," Whole"l'ousel""Mogs. .

." Joel took the picture and promised to do and they a long protracted shout I have, said the lady. It is the simile of -
\ practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir men, gave "Of what belt I" *
V VILL.,and Thomas and Lowodes County,Ga WAll MAKER at l his friend requested him. The conversation which echoed and re-echoed far down the myself as I once was. I gave it to a friend I *
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March 22. 1856. 12-ly closed. and the two repaired to the cama. acinto end awoke many a wild beast from many years ago, since which time I have not LogL""Anyneighbon

LONG & GALBRAITII, .AZ1 1. Jwo1er. The next day the army resumed its march his lair. They started at a briak, pace, andy seen nor heard from him. But do jon knowhim'f' r' ..<,. :
1T7OULD respectfully inform the citizens ofTalV and in the excellent manerrrfo tfiey deceived the .Frogs.! : ',
TALLAHASSEE was soon country bordering on > an aoif>'
ATTORNEYS AT LAW FLA. Y hhassce and the rnblic generally,that be bas Jacinto and Buffalo Boyons. The and bore down him at an unexpected "Of whom do you speak! ?"asked! Robinson. "Wbatis'Ose( < ; c>J '
upon
J.B.GALBRAITHhaveassoci taken the old stand of J G. Hall:Co., where be i. enemywer6 enemy "Hoga.-. ..! C"TheeIZm.atal" ,
& I of Charles Munroe said the
MA.LONO but a few miles distant, and the army point and with the fe. al cry of TheAlamo" speak lady. ,
.. .. in the otLaw. They prepared to repair .
practice He., vn it to and he of all others I wish :,;
-:rill attend the Courts io the Middle Circuit,the Supreme were all impatient Io meet them. In the from every tongue, which awoke; g 10";' .
Courts and the District Courts of the United Watch*, Clocks, and Jewelry, course of the evening the officers of the Tex. the echoes for miles around and caused the most to'see.. Oh, if: you know aught of him Your' 0"q diet r .; ...." .'
States Tallahassee. in a workman.like manner, apd atliewb.jdasooa. an army were busy making all necessary enemy to fall back in dismay, the Texans tell me, oh, tell me,_do not keep me in this .,
Office opposite the Court House.October ble rate .ftrsbns baring good Watch.: that fail to preparations for the approaching conflict- poured upon the columns of the enemy like this dreadful of. suspense" "Hogs. ...-, ', :.ff 4..g ;; ;
28.1864. IT run well from baring been badly repaired, can rely said Robinson I "HowdoyoucatchtbemrMDogz. ; 'Z.i. f
baring them put right at his shop. The different commands were stationed at an avalanche,and with their rifles mowed My good lady, am truly ." .

Hanckel & Nowell Ob"upon: All work warranted if well used. ;$:: proper places and orders given ; the guard them down as grass before the scythe; the sorry that' I cannot at present gratify you, ...' .. e ;
distancesand dark there tattle still was heard, which made the but it yon will waft.patiently you shall know -
FACTORS; Jan. 16,1858.COPAItTMEnSlliP I-ly placed proper? by, ,, cry Uowtp'8vor' Br.coDTMe th t"
un- 1IOTICE.RTriTpYLE. waa no sound of iberriment, but all notion: enemy quake with terror,but they were kept .alL" : dost of teas,or the scrapings ot the.faukU'o t
duty had retired many of them to take their Into line upon the pornts of the swo-ds of Bidding her adieu he was soon.on his way tanned leather and.,bind, it close, appxihe.
General Commission Merchants, l last aleep. Robison and Monroe were fitting their officers,cntif the'carnage: became too home well pleased ,with BU visit. The next wound, and blood vm soon, eeaae to Jewr;

CHAELESTOJT! S. C.C. beside their fire, conversing jn'a low tone. terrible'w'hen.breaking in all directions they morning Robinson proposed taking his friends These articles are at al} times.rcMsHJe sad.easy .
F. BAXCKXL. 'w' lf01 LL. TOHN M. HILL and JOHN J. HOTLK of TallatJ "1 am afraid," said Robison, "Houston scattered as the wind.! But the battle did to see some of his neighbors. and directed to ba ObtaI e&L Alter thf boojs
-.a bassec baring this day associated themselves tog will not let us fight after all. 1 beard him not stop here. The bold Texans pursued their coarse toward the same pIac. he had ceased to flow lao&awa '
.tber in business under the ."le-Dame and firm of ,, majM,wmatageoosly
THEY will sell every description of Product or remark to-day that it was a great pity to sacrifice them through brake and briar over hill,across been the.day before., Upon their arrival they applied to the $ PB.regard,
JL Mcrch&u, and will make advance oo aU HILL & BOYLE, the army just to gatily a desire in the alleys until sick with this wholesale slangh- walked into the house bat none of the, family to these ioatruction will wq reugitojp9are;

consignments. and will' give prompt ateqtioa( to all orders in their men to fight, and he hoped to be able yet to ter the greater part returned. It was resojved were inA but soon the young lady made her mind and ,.&r tEs
Apil 11,1858. 15-1 r running :Krgeco "bq
y __ line. They a're prepared to eieeate. and carry oo the perstfade the nfcn to retire and wait for rein to adopt the pun'ot Jtfptha,..ktngIsbel, appearance. Upon entering the room Mon:' would probably make,,'0&e8arjr) 4riptgar/

AMBEOTYPESAND CARPENTERING" BtfSltfESS, forcemenis, but tbejnen came ,here to fight, when, be fought the Ephraimites, namely, to roe,started' aaddeoly bat perceived by the If present.OCT. ..._ ,.
MELAINOTYPES in SUItS yu'siles; and from their lon expericoce _and,a'fight they will have." station guards at the ,different water fords, others. Robinson Arose aDd.introduced "Mr. i .-. -J-g-f
BA1LEY. in the Running Gear aod Screw BoMoecs, **I for one,' said Monroe, will denounceS and not kill but take prisoners all who should -Sheets**Miss'Woodruff.'' Mcnro* startedagain. I .:Dudng.th.grejsLaloedno1et.- ; j
TAJCIJT BT aDd other macbin iT.hope by prompt attention. Houston. scoundrel liar and a to It fell l Io the Jot of our "Charles Iqaroe..Mia Willa I'
business to merit a liberal share of patronage.. All sea: a ,. attempt paIL, .
Rooms over Barnard's Drug Store. cowardIf makes riends Dan Mnnroe and Robinson to Woodruff for* moment their .. met : ...I.
orders from,the country promptly zeeot a. Calls : :a suggestion to retire.- proceed dtereatioos have tako .- E
THE Rooms bar been thoroughly refitted aod from eltLer of the Counties. in Middle FlorWa and Thrice hal deceived ns,already,, aod,now to a certain pas where they knew "1'iIIa8, Ib be,* cried Wffla. ben, :n*u Gnrarraod. Kelt*,
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DOW in excellent condition for the purpose i'Detatur and ThomAs Counties Ga, ..1aall..I. : be'wocld hare the enemy approach! barn'up', many would pass as it was on a direct line "Myoui'Willa" said Monroe aDd in aa iom, Ups and Harrist t
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n I Th Pnrchano-- of Mount- Tcrnon. I[ Truth la a Nutshell. I BY TELEGRAPH. rdm "Craahlngltfa; ," : .*'. .' -
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; Ititai : v"fg S ,' Tit Washington Union the .J W.tSflttCTUle. J1r.'n fffiewl a Jlmfoiait !! It afford us pleasure to transfer to our columns () :; says vteiceit -

1 rernrolcg lz: cpcn this 'U1j ject we ara I I the subjoined chasti and Animated mMrc&j in be- | What we hive quarreled "Ollt.int..tb.ecr n 0" ._ em by the met arrival (urn Fj-gTar.d. etc fnilW h' no (.tLCr J.rrl t .4n t1t of prtRr"lg.uourht i izution of.. he government in point of fact, lane beenI FOU3 DAYS er.- usvoraLle rltrrrtertlrn l** Irtn nrrt'HnI. .

,__ __I--r.-____ the lotl escutcheon of our State and !j I half: of the pureh-.so, by tEa ladicjef the tut-d j I I, th dwpoi-itlorf: cf slavery ia the1 ruUiC territories. LATER FROM EUROPE -t "!I. Thr"it tatc fliu.d1'ftr.otrr.ttb: tcwrri *.

TALLA H AIIX K : themaecty of th* law which wEn States, of MtVraon, where repouo .all that ro- Thqc<*tion bial.t en fiercely dIscussed ia Congress --*- (hi' unty ; dicetw ir.tfttic-ul tt.b ap.tl"! .
..' trains of the great and good Wnaliin c:1. 'iid'-thr'pthont the North on one. hide, and the mir ftsgnrtsl m,'nticn tie t.tt'.l.t j.rtnjt ttdf r. .
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'II lit e;uctiu1; i her snm<>. outh"on the other; and vet the North had no interest : .have been issue.! to eliKrrtiere: tie vitits-wlkh i

L1 tzDA ZtrJ.'r a, 1818. At pNt 1t' ecn iro the dJI of which! wefx. The touching nppeal the Florida Matron we in it. no rower to Decide It, co right: to ir.ter- .. IRlAL .2f"t. CF 'mE have given rise to ile1reestidid.stItie-e. II
'- ----- be within! tho roach of Dye- (.1 8&eurw will rot be made in vain a*, in cJJl'.ioo. -.ff re-with it. The South had to wore just claimt Goverrntnt dots ret int-Ut \iritaticn .tr I
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The Ladlef cf tb* 2fot&t V*mon As-omUon: 'feet t If but meen. laifeof&erolutiaa to al his great action' that. illuminate the pugr t> it nsd authwiiy! to control i it than the North. A : J 'E L search rica richt ; btit.aslorliraticzssrvsoluitcc*
et .byr, neglected, cocght harp a
itt the fcttaJf Seminary' thi plaoe. on tbe a te it Arccrican history, his reverence nnd appreciation CortTe rlis. bu-ice** with it. could not shape to put an end to the! Afriesn slave trade it dwhrs
4o wl supply A adequate remedy.'tct .- if; Jsodtt! for prohib it. TIle people of the- territories' Cotton Qr.Ict end Sltglttlr Ecrllncd a motnalcrder tatGirprrrrtrjr.Eftt: a* 1i the
0, .according \appointment Thfptdblfcftipa'of ni Ihca exyk tln'ely! relief before gnrjpreneurwrrene of womanhood was almost an Molatjy and shared were its governors. They could create or proper cud: most acceptable manner II f asctrUitiiag

the proceeding* i* d ftlTpd. nttt further eomaa* s *cr become necesoary. We with the honor and welfare of his country Lie deepest aholfcsh it, when they came up to> 'inirnVestate.Thns .*- &r. Jcnns, N. F. June 26.-The stearrilip A= the character of supfct.d t Ian i*. This is tM moo. .

from His* Catningham. amputatIon. but and most tender regard, and therefore;the great object this fright clot ri&cttofl-thais. miserable loot- of from Southampton, wa Icardel off Cape HHCC yesterday ted point The tenor of the despAkhe it far frees '

JMUa L. Eo GRANT, &*ntary.Tmttuana may speak Sprtt. r, we Jcp. ne\t obscurely. here presented by the Matron, should be attained : contention-till* lifeless and inanimate spectre-has by the steam yacht of the As ociated Press being nnsat!"factory : in fact the doctrlna so long
We refer the fact this of
to
tbat many been permitted overshadow all the greet interests innlrtaired by our Govertinent. is consIdered cc
pr. woman's and e The Ariel brings news from Liverpool to Juno
Jnn Wti 18 through offerings consecrated -
; 8 F Florida all the crime known to the of the Union, and embroil the industry of one rr:1Ctiullikr.C'1I'IeJ e by Great Britain. Th

da are of frequent occurrence and yet more caen frequently by woman' affVetion. The ladies of tbe Carolina section against the other." 16th. dif'ren41, twet'n the two countries-are not such

W. bare been requested t MJ tlat the and that the who commit I ?, Virginia, Georgia and other States hare responded Had the democratic party acted upon the foregoing Commercial.- an e.irnot: be atnieably aewmmwlated.

third Quarterly Meeting for Lean Cirtiat will beheld at uIJte men promptly and liberally to similar appeal, coircct deductions the country at this time It i i.J nnder't'-od! that the Cabinet t -1y l header \I nd -
en act of the outrage are characters would have presented quite a different aspect Liverpool Cotton MarLet.-lRe Mice of Cotton mn-iJorotlon; the affairs of Utah which are toeonplicateJ
rcorotl
at Pisgab Cbnreb. on tie 17th aDd 16th of tie Inowr to the whole community, and yet Buffered J I and now that the opportunity is afforded the ladies But slarery agitation haa been the principal food were light, and all qualities had declined Jd., and ; as to requiregreat caution in their

prevent of Florida will hasten to do likewise. which this ha* into its manneerncnt From the present indication all the
month b y the lameness of cur laws and the 5nftk-iency of upon party grown present the nmkst closed dull
.. LADIES or FLORIDA1 solicit your attention for ungainlj dimensions, and given birth and magnitudeto tr>">op. now on the way, will continue their marchto
A Feetllence amore Cattle and D* r. I ofcer to go at large and repeat day by day the a few moments only hoping hereby to put in motion Mack repuUicani m.-Journal A Ifttsrngtr. General New UtaK What additional measure will be pursued

AIIDtt1. tnt and observing gentleman who hat race offences. Offenders are rarely arrested to be a ball thfit yoa will nUt me to keep rolling. It is strange how political prejudice will pervert The news by this arrival I is generally unimportant. will depend on the character of the next official

committed by magistrates or arrested all, are 1 shall not write of crinoline or of the smallest despatches from that quarter. The charge of
recently traveled through Madison and the adjacent l 1t you t judgments of men and blind them to the teaching the Grand
released insufficient ball and seldom fostiblt bonnets, or of robes a'q-uille, nor shall lecture Judse Eckl.-s to Jury against polygamy,
Conntie* of this State kindly called to see u* a few generally on all of which I l *of 1 istory. Does not the Journal dt Xesegrr The teamsh'p New York, for New York has been i 15 condemned as being calculated to embarraa the
subjects
day ilncf. to confirm the paloful intelligence of the tried; cr i tried, generally acquitted or if convicted am well you a"'are"ou upon extravagance have beard enough from those know that the very drat agitation" of the subject wrecked off the coast: Scolland. All the passengers pacification of the Mormon.

usually 1e cff with easy punishment which is, Lords of creation," fathers husbands of commenced in when and crew were saved.
destruction In those localities, of almo countless I } acknowledged slavery was 1787, a vast empire -

number of cattle and de'r, from the prevalence ofa not nnfreqnently in compliance 1.ih strong peti and even sweethearts, to dispose yon to compromi'e xras"consecrated to freedom" in the celebrated Nothing were seen of the telegraph, cible fleet t W AIITmlOTO .hiss June authorized 21-Senor an emphatic Robin the denial M xlican of-
ton! milled the Governor. these mighty matters on almost terms. Minister
talsequcdtly altogether by any
most singular and rnnacconntaUt disease The Well to my theme) w hich ill the proposed purchase ordnance of that year t Doe not the same paper from on board the ArieL the recently publihed Itatf'menof the sale or cession

earliest settlers of the country lave never witnessed of Mount Vernon, the home of the immortalWASHINGTON. also know that the next agitation" took place The Paris Moniteur denies that any extraordinary eta Lowe portion of Sonom. lie says all decree .

anything of the kind before. I many place the I I I this acknowledged inefficiency of the pun With this olject you are too familiar ia i 1820, vheu a slave State could only be brought war preparations are being made in France. i issued by the Mexican Government making
ishing power that induces our citizens to take the to make it necessary that I should discus its 1 grants for colonization or other purposes.have been
i iunrita. Into the to violate
wood are thickly strewed with tbs dead I Enion >y Congress consenting
ercast law into their own hand Suffice it to say that unless w e exert our Farther by the Arts officillUt'"t.1il'It..I ; that there l' not a single it*
of both cattle and deer presenting a most melancholy the ConstLution ? And is it not equally a* well stance lr. grant which was not allowed ban au-
in esIcin its behalf at once, we shall be too late to Sales of Cotton for three days 14.000 laIrs, exporter
Tbe: remedy for these enormous ni. lies amore known that these have been the ttieptie anrvcncrmrrt of tbe fact that there is Senc
transactions
Kene. The mode uf attack and the redeem our reputation as generous and patriotic la two a and tales ;
J0B i art hoth sineular and threatening. lImp strict a accountability judge, of sheriff*, and all dies. Our Sister Southern Mate have been most pregnant source of ranch if nut all of the "agita'tlm. taking COO speculator 1'CO in this case, cud that without inch pntlication. no

A7J 0U ..M.MW !. ......ip '.',-:.u..t- '.t* fA..ll".I.*''. dibvT* -r"i".h' 4'lIfflt".1',1 in tl.u 't,1\'e ntrrrrif'. and ." thn* >... -vtr laarii |i>w ii... -. The new* carried out by the last steamer (ruin the grant ear erosion i i. of legal] effect.A .
walk 8i badly foundered. The month discharges of t uu important I any udkl.n IWC Jt'ar.qUla orl Ifne "U11" 'U I1IlCe y UDura stater, ma ru a decline oifa.. | ,4..t. l.t.e fr"u OUT tViTnmiBjf lays much
i been Wilmot Provisos and all!]
a larg quantity of wl.ite froth, after which the cy So the law themselves let the Legislature amend the subject WAS first agitated we have not contributed quoted as justify Ing The Manchester new u unfavorable qualities stress vj-on tl-e importance of the Innon.eicg
to its odrancemer.1. Shall Florida, that land the cxher measures conceived with the view of" putting induced to return to their home and employments.
them. We are free to confess that the criminal of cotton declined. .
having The
weather
becomes
inflamed is favorable
tongue highly swells and then synonymous with bright skies, gay flowers,aud ever the Government on the side of freedom." in the lIe is opposed to their going to Som>". and confirm

turn Uack 'ht death immediately ensues. The laws might 1 1 amended as to enable the judge I ringing birds. le the only State cot engaged in hypocritical cant of modern philInthrol'iltll? lbr crops. the statement heretofore made that they are diti'ed -

Mm disease prevail: the State also; to bold courts whenever the public interests re this acbit.'nmert'P Shall her matrons and lovely into price anti war parties, and thick it the

in the lower counties of throughout hire it is I attributed quired It, and especially to prevent the dilays and t 11.11(1. (the latter every where acknowledged: the Abolition societies first aro r in 1835,J'rf'\'loul to Additional by the Lyle). duty! and policy pf the Government to support the

Ger. protracted confinement accused cf crimes beautiful.) not take part in this patriotic work which time no marked opposition to nnti.slavery 'rbp city Geneva, Switzerland, protest against former and Lreok down the latter. He speaks of
t rust, which rit. very generally upon veg person I laboring to nurfeelves of the hcme of the the Brigham .
JMISSCM cncaaihrncnts can be tiled It was not until these expulsion of refugees. Young as a man of great perseverance, intelleet

etation."When. for Indefinite Itriods Every in .hidua charged I I' greatest man the world has known t Further. to soc'eties: copimenced flooding Congress with abolitior title news from China reports that Nankin Ima t and exrwrienee.. and withal vested with an-
with murder heinous infraction of the law, ii'event that home-his ashes and those of Lie much j, t thoritr tn announce the terrors awarded those who
-we call t mled! the fact la the man 1 ought a a general rule, to be brought to the bar of : {oved wife from passing into the hands of f peculators ) petitions invoking poVernir.c"ntal interference been taken .y the imperial troops. The Chinese j sin ain.in the Holy Gho-t. There is.say*Gov. C.,

gin of this country .almost totally destroyed h within rlx -tnd what i* still more VI1t'cti"IJIIllc-'ur..ign i inlehalf of their fanatical designs that the Demo threaten to destroy the houses of Eur peans, opposite a ..li\"illi.i ir. the rack* of the Mormous. all fearing
week". That I is
rust, the inference is plausible, that the gras- justice cr right long speculators. I cm tic party' interposed shield to protect the reserved Canton. I Yourg, while many hate him, because thepaelfia
enough to Ascertain all the fact in any case,, What *i>tjld le the of Acieriran. with which he i i.
see have, been affected in the same manner. If so, given feelings every true right. of the States. Itsotfence hath tin*exteul Advices from Sierra Leone to May 22d treasures charged. Gov. Cura-
this i doubtless the long erongh for the prisoner' counsel to decide I hither man or woman visiting tiitI..cality.. I : rerorttIle : ruling plainly says, that hi* chief hope of control
poison that has done the mischief. ur Under these -no more, no less. Its >ower has been eaj-lure of five v -sfel;, as slavers, the
on his hue of defence, long enough for all the circumstance*, mc't it not .1,. one of | only including j "v( the Mormons{ are exerted through Young. and
: We hope intelligent planters will examine of strict fnJ. !sorrow even hunnlint ion 1V- nld tie not be likened I exe;ted to keep the government from being made brig! Charlton of tavsnunh. that if any other should happen to thwart his
How often is it the however
thoroughly with reference to this suggestion and JUItCf. case, I unto those chosen people of old who too late found the instrument of tyrany and encroachment, its po- I (Cutru-iinK) effort to avert the peril of a collision
that prisoners charged with murder have been in I themselves deprived of their Arrival of the HIoe* Taylor. between
report through the prcr the result of such exam holy places. and to f-itien being that Congress lice no business with the aunaynil the Mormon, the country
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inations. jail one or two years and then all evidences of: carry out the fciimle could we any longer sing our NEW YOBK, June 27.-The steamship! J/oJtt Tay may reasonably expect a guerilla war of kerenlyeir
song of patriotism. Then while it, (slavery,) cannot shape it, dislodge it, or pro lor has I I duration and rf
their: crime having disappeared been discharged by I our Xestora Solon arrived with late California dates and $1- at an expense many million
Large and frequent doses of sulphur and salt' corn prosegnit or trials fare-iceb and Carve" talk of bleeding! Kansas," right. hilit it" 800.COO in rpecie. of dollar, while the war woiild be visited upon

lined art recommended as an excellent nol merely of search. and other suljett tliut smack <>f gun. The "agitation" in which the democratic party those least deserving of i it* terror
remedy With rrompt trials, with in punihmentof L powder-let us with sisters abroad
certainty co-operate our
for this disease. baa indulged and which the Jfeutnger condemn a, Later from Vah.
criminals by the courts, whit excuse can there and in the purchase of Mt. Vtrnon. and let love, hope, has been merely a Jefenre of the principle here WASHINGTON, June 28th.-Advices (rC'lm Utah WAsniNciov, Jcn 54.-Mr. Dana in the course
.0. be
be for the interertnte regulating clubs, in the untiring industry our weapon. of his despatch dated! the 8th of June, alluded to a
that
W hare w.de through our Deig lor'. editorial duty assigned to the constituted authorities. I have not the staii.'tics beside m's in order to s'ated, and the earnest endeavor to bring the whole state supplies bad reached Ct>L Johnson. Cot! conversation he had with Lnr.l Mlllm *1 ury. to

column concerning the late Democratic Convention, Came the already subscribed scum, but I think it etr.mtry into acquiescence therein. And! had it pursued Marcy was only five miles from Camp on the 27th: wlom, following the spirit of l Iia i instruction herffiK.
But apart from the (foregoing considerations, we amounts to niort than the first instalment of purchase ult. The met the t'llinIn,1 that ..d to mil k" neerinns whatever in relati
and bare been unable to discover anything new or: : a different course-hud it been quiescent nnd exprcw reports any -
pride ourselves on being and having a money. Th* Indies of the association have the < n tn ",illil or search," and he was shout l to end
remarkable in it save this-that the editor reluLicanl made ralher hard bargain with Mr. suffered English and American Abolitionists to goon troop were j'rogessing finely.
Washington
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republican (unD of citizen letter with the report of an unfavorable {_ut
finally) reached the concision that what otl.tr people I hold his life, Lie government and tha his every but I believe it remains the same as I.ffcred to Contrrc without let or hindrance-the country would! California >ew.. l.rll.e lots rileawhois be was agiemlly sturpri.eJ
the
do is no business uf hil.H I is none of our business property rights by I *"" and to the Legislature of Virginia. As he asserts indeed have present4! qnitea different aspect NEW YOEK June 23.-The Moses Taylor arrived with n sudden ehange in affair and Lord Malmvf-
tenure of and
that he be but
1.11 cannot deprived nothing induces
rightfully positive necessity him to
what another's Vnsiness is Had this from what it this time. burr. lilmself at the request of Mr. Dallas wrote
at
My.le. part with the doss Every dockyardand last night with late California and Oregon .dale.
of them without the privilege of appeal to prl'Jl'rtre must congratulate ourselves the minutes another conversation in which Irefully
nftible idea occurred to him some weeks ego and their protection. I a* favored purchasers as it might have been nrustnnl-every territory, from the District of There bass been a general Indian outbreak in Or 1 accepted the doctrine in the letter of Secretary -

been practiced upon we venture the opinion his It is with no desire to direct offered to the highest bidder in which case we would L Columbia up would have been hermetically egon. Four companies, under Cu!. Steptoe were el .. of the li'th of April as sound International

reader would' bare most probably' been highly fr against the present officers of our especial State that censure we I certainly epecjlatots.have The betn property brought I into understand competition'lias with been I sealed against the South ; a slave empire in Texaswenild attacked at Frazier river by .1500 Indians and defeated. 1842. law, lut as conflicting with the treaty of

gratified. make these comments. But it cannot bf consistent- conveyed to the Mt. Orison association but possession never have been brought into the Union a. Los of the whites 60 men, and a portion I The Slates" this afternoon understands (rom areliable >

W hare moreover read what purports to be the ly denied that there a great and growing I it not granted until the different iiietahneijU and Florida herself would! have been excluded un I- of the cannon, baggage, de.I source, thnt the President has determinedto

a jbetance of argument used by several speaker* sition, not only to i judge culprits gently dip I are though paid not; two or due.three of which remain unpaid. til her people conseted to change their constitution I The gold exei.ement continues in California, and send In armed i f.rl."f'to Nicaraima ; or at least

against a nomination for Register, copi*.1 into die shrink from the severe punishment even of those We are allowed yet some indulgences us to the inter in obedience to abolition dictation-(see the debates a.I a. the mice are yielding welL p make'vernnienfs such a of naval England display and a!France wilt that cvntinee ocr war the

Bentintl from the Jacksonville Republican. We whose flagrant crimes have been made manifest..- I est required and as we have the privilege ofantici und votes on our admiiwion.) If than prevention I TIle agricultural prospect have never been ear to our Pacific po cioin is not t<> l>e intrrfrrril;

quote: This appears in the o ntionsl disagreement of juries lulling the 1'I'nl I'll toI. it is evidently to our advantage I e-f these outrage line l.een the fruit of democratic I. passed with, and adds, "thiiintelligeDce nay berthed on."'

Gen. Smith Mr. criminal less to do so. The greJt object in view then is to i, .' agitation," and i if black republicanism has The town of San Andreas has been destroy
Graham Col. Blackburn and i cases, 110 than in the absolute acquittal raise the remaining amount of entirely

their other deserved were very happy and very mauly too, in of prisoners whose guilt i patent or their finish paying the debt before the money next birth-day requisite to of I I}I had birth" and magnitude" given to it because edly fire. [San Andrea is a small town in tlie'W right AADtXGTOf.! t>f citizen June 25.of-the The United mil.jcct t'tate of protretir* over t'] *e

Milton if compliment) to Mr. Walker but Gen conviction of a crime inferior in grade to that for our great WASHINGTON', and could there be n more it has not been permitted to commit them, we say. Calave as county.] Nicaragua: transit route, tlf'1I1oiflIIe intention c:
; possible, was still more so. He lid that appropriate time to complete this work alike worthy Heaven prosper the Democracy." Let them continue \dministnitiou and will d..ubtle<
If would they are We have heard it measures i S
any gentleman rise in his place and 1'blel Indi'led openly of the
that Mr. Walker had say i j bouth and her daughter Thin arouse thee to agitate,*' and when the country cannot Interesting Mexican Nen. taken' prevent any improper iuteufer.me hhthnn :
bot. In nil ,respect and at all! maintained by both "meer and citizens that pun Matrons of Florida and let us make nnipnds for ,
time*, discharged the various and often delicate ishment i. hitherto indolence our be saved by such agitation," it will cease to be XEW ORLEANS, June 2;.-The stenmhip Tcnufftsce by foreign ]M>"era
du ineffectual and let
j entirely for the
correction our luilniench
yonnjj I The War lass irctivcd infornstirnfrrro
,ie of this in-portant cffice with ability, tdeliy. crime. Prevention o j renlt-mlN.'rthat. J use the word Jfarron in UK'- 0>ourn- worth th. sating. and the sooner the South l.all bus arrived below at quarantine, with Mexican Department
and nod j not cute, U the of a new GrreRil Juhnst.-n. let it elves lIe lup rcu9i'f
cry
tothe
.kl Toicptncs entire & j school of era Matron" sense, for we nil know that Miss Con j then sever every tie that! binds her to the I. Lion," el-itts to the 10th in at. iuterrvt than what has recently appeared t':tflt'
political economist
te public generally then be would vote fur Mr. ; and in a certain i I ningliam the of thi I
originator is
not i the
enterprise f' better.Ile'pnsnanec.
n a | Admiral Zerrpan has come on as & in '.' Tbekr.oyatCiiml1tOttTa wait.r*
motion. II LeI .
ioflitf1) I Q far *.
for -- tie Tennessee.Thefoiced j I supp'ic
a After abort
reply. a paut be continued : j ter, to prevent crime than to puirihh I I in the Per of each of us to pnsess an equal iota
fir Genrral Peolt having been sent t.
No hero i. to kl ermoita or Color. i Dj I..d.p"
against man him Froii or elsewhere the Perdido h..a ibe word M.to say :| ever may be the merits of the new philosophy it i isI I est in IK Veruon, ns the! niott e iniable( ,'r-I The Kichmond Soic'h well remarks that in tl.eBtcth loan las caused great excitement in I hi- Head ( lInrtt-rs sUrest, have not ytt reached hIm!
t J011s lady. as well a-i others whose r.cuus are aread! : exieo ; arid all foreigners tu-hliasvenot con plleJ; iu hi. .
aud from the Georgia line to the E, tr 1dt'all I !j not yet incorporated ito cur system cf government, I iilrutifud with it. If we oo not contribute; ourmite no 1 sly or gertlcimn considers it n comproI with the f rty.A
rvquircimnts the law', have leencr a in-f ortsst ermr a-aietr.ade i'syratendav'sdrpain. *-
Then concur, in lu pro&Olcl.g him a flit.ful) public lerUIt I j and eouId cot le a.Iowed t(irfljem-e those whoj I II to this j urchr.se, hall we not hereafti r when i I I noise cbiratter to ride in A ear with a person tiered t3 leave the I I in rrlatit.n tr> the letter ff Mr Dalh IIf tbe
nam. rrason, why turn him outT- i j administer our laws. Be efficient I }It. Vernon is >jKiken i-faa the of the! !ha't" country. .
When did it before that I i or inefficient, prrpertr j I color. Another co !e of etiquette prevail I in j I Mli of Jrr.e. giving en aerount "f an interviewitait t
happen any ever filled of the United American and thi-ir lance been seire'd '
; State* f..t:1 goods for
bluMi
,
r.o I
mantle the
such an office ihit with which thousandsof | punishment I! now our principal{ protection against j I cheek with shame :: I' the anti! slave States, as witness the following joel I hiii ,sd L..rd 1IaIml.1! aI'It vhojld have
P many : at our injolence Will not ttneve I nl\1.c'mr1lIflt'e.; and our MnS-terMrJihnFe>r 3tJbl -, I reid fuil 1 tie 1 doev'.r' :
those cither L..r.l1I..lm.y v ft 'I.t..1 tI
who fi .
Luetuu..ht"nslnd yet bad no bedy tocomplain i, cm iduutnt."s or oSl.iation f.all from conscious i d th'uit ( ( which we find! a in the New York
"i nlt'Unnt'M'P Will not : report( ,
our I .
dim:aided aid received his port.The in tl e letter IIf Mr. Cnse. ( the 10th of April **
csa it almost without i a are dangerous to society and it ill bccemcs those children frI their lack of past
T" ; heritage in those saeied I j p-ipers. We must add tbat the case was tried le-, found ititernatiotiul w.lnd in
no conflicting
I parallel him, and ret you me to assist you in turning 'I wbo are chofon to protect society I by the administration grounds? Will they nut feel they are cxvluded (run I j f..r>- Judge Thompson in tho Marine Court of Sew lit can! p.irty appear to I. gaining sfrcrgtl.Zulcaga : :. with the treaty of ISt." way
cut 'simply in
tattled because fvrmer liaies.. he of the laws, to deprive them of their terror the right to worship the shrine that will be the York was about g.ing tl6 Tan'pko for refuge I O tmKcu.
again the :
u* on art-na. Yes la- Men I
a to true American heart
?
every On the other I
did battle against u\ I plhica more than ont I by an undue mitigation of she penalties of viola hand i-> it net calculated to inspire our children: The plaintiff is colored woman and a hair --ma- T. J. Eppes.

occasion. raiL him in the thi .ke t of tLe conflict:. ting th.m We hope the next Legislature will pass with lofty sentiments and expirations to place in 'I dre'-*rr by ''Cl pothan The defendmit i* a LITER FROM EUROPE. I We notice the arrival! jwr steamer harriet, of this

t but I must ely that if I found him a f.rni.t1JI f..f under review the most important e>f the their' power the owners-hip uf suuli relics ? I under IS tnI't
I ever (oIPtlm a mago.'niroul ODf. fear- and foregoing i-tand that nil who contribute to this purchase._will I I ('5nisary. On the 15th of February, last ARRIVAL OF T1ICHAIIFVX. tin .''blllil\. in the ]late iHmoeratic Cunveiitino bi-Id
le *1y a cause which be Iditnd to !*:. I suggestions iao;e such alteration cf orr criminal I- have their names registered, as having done so. in a I j tiff got upon one uf the car of the eonipany A I at Montictllo. ar.dwetmve reason to know that

right but I knew tube wrong. He WHS I Whig c"d. as to the assciul.led wisdom of the State uluuie to Le kept at Mt[ Vernon and each subscri t the same was in motion, when the deft.ni.lnnt in- I :EA.I: A- I thrir course will I e fully approved and endorsed

from conviction (( happen to know tbat he v*5 may teem meet and proper. her will receive a handsome engraving of Gets I f.-Tiod her that die would not )>e permitted to ride June 8.='lliv I 1.tbe Deni'-eraey ..f Vranklin rollnt!. Judge

Deer a K. N.) but now that the Whig party no W MIWSGTt.lS. AS a certificate of their generosity and I I j in the ear, a* negroes w'ere,by the rules of the commny. i Ri.sr1 Mail Steamsh'p EpptV nile and nm-terly speech bef.'re t e Con vrn-
longer exutt. I know that li* will assict the Dunocraiic j : Ar.ilis, Capf J. (-tQnf'. I'llllrrivf'd'ith L5verKo! ,
Our friend of the Wakulla Timrt has patriotism. Need we beHshnmed to engage"in a expressly prohibited from doing The ; : tj, hairs givers him a reputation throuirlMHit tin
part by .11 the means in h's power to whip no warrant c'nU8tlIt f n Everett has ()earned ly espoused, the pUmt'iff insisted that III 1 e would ride, and at once I j| dates to the 10th cing l three days later th.in those- I' State, nl.ii l Le1teaks fur him an upwasd cod en

the Blc It.utic.us But we are told,raid Gft. authority for saying that the FloriJian defends first Orator in the United State? lie has made sec fortified herself agninst the efforts of the brought by the ArieL ward tracer, titherin the pursuit ijf his vocation

)iton. :never yet proclaimed, hut or favors wliat i* called the "monopoly* of the it.Marka cnl hundred Fpccchesin In half of the nsMitifttion, to pat her ,'f by seizing bold of the d4mdaDt.1 Liverpool Cotton Jfar.ht.-Ttlf' sales of Jhe a a l.nrnr, or the still more difficult and th-rnr
week!
lel a.emocra and therefore d'6nl.no favor a Railroad Company. The PZoridian ha- net anJ volunteers to make "' many more i if neees.'ary refusing to let go. The defendant told one of is-r injj Iris eouiilrr anh friend', in tire !State
our whenever Mr. Walker shall 5 far: Let us then ('allllpon cur orators, (fur Florida has had no right ou that car, that there! was lire :9,(/ IO I bales ; speculators taking 1/X( ) ard x or Federal Couneils.Ctnnmtrnat Aditrtittr.J'rotn .
what is er expressed an opinion on that lIul
forget due to hit.ieelfend to his former pocition f't't. pro or con. come that she need m>t bltih to own,) tn aMct us expressly appropriated f.r the use colored people l porters c.o to bales. The market petied wills a decline .

a a prominent leader thecld Whig party We hare net considered St. Marls as likely to re in presenting our purpose in the l>ert light something Finally the conductor succeeded in expelling tI.a of {d.. but closeil firm at Jd. decline. :* ..a.Satturilay -
a* to proclaim a change in politics just on the neo main permanent termlnut for any railroad but abov a mere charity given. The en.alLrurai phint! ff. It appeared in evidence that it wu the Rit1nnond ftiyvirtr.TLK .
,.
{ .al .
on 12.0OO
Convention
for the puipoae of receiving a have looked to an extension to White Bluff ,f OLe dollar :. usually ci"ributed by adults and against: the rule of the company to permit colored WiitAt Crop.-The wheat is fallinj l f.re

nomination. then he will ccas to command any ti C work quite certain nt 'no distant i as a fifty cent by childrfa. We can all certainly give -ople to ride in any cars excrpt such as were ap TIle stock on hind is 660.000 bales,of wLUh 570, tl e ra speit.Now day. But if 5t ,
I so much, even if little self-denial were rrqui:lf'. propriated that purpose. The car in which thistllffuuliy 000 are American. are C'therln in tlie g.'l.len grain* on thonwi&

we pronounce this pretended bpcc-th an entire Marks is to remain a rl.'rmanentdf'XIt and we w 'recalled Let tll to work, let us astoni-h ourselves in the occurred was not one of iliem.Judge Mat neliester advice ere cnfivor&Uc. Cot'ongrKx firl.l (,|J--.l! |M>nrs down isis rays with unve I-d

perverrion of Gen. Milton eald. There u upon to express an opinion, it would be I in: amount we eha'.l) acquire by our exertions 1 cfore, Thompson charged the jury at much lengthan1 ] ] deehneil plei.i'i-r sap il e dark rr.per s-f the fce>uth. as tire
lancing TIe
wh.t slightly
market
i.
favor of giving a branch to Newport. In this the year expires. 1 sincerely hope ciii.e will not I : lad down the following rules of law : ou-- le* lv rticir niiinlv ana swing their fclitttrinK blades
idea conj I-
scarcely a i It that fell from the lips of thut j nexion we may that we have not pruve a dead Irtitr. A MATROX. That negroes do rot possess the same lights andprvi'eges et but bteady. l's, the milling and plentiful Li-Ida of pence. The
gentleman or of any other gentleman during all say eynupetbie.niwith --.Oo- as white men ; remarking that the Die crop p-nirall. i is giwn'-4 few poor fields! have suf-

the discussion of the question. It is a complete the attacks on the Tallahassee Company. because I Another Eruption of Ml. "',.uTlulI. S
uk'fu Gen. Milton' speech and either we knew that they were struggling under a The ciat.'r of ilt. Vesuvius commenced another: I e obeyed by every good citizen of the community, TIle debate in both Houses t>f Parliament on LiteAmeriean s-en 4 single l t'u-1.1 wlirre the soils are rich and well

intended a o such, or aid Mr.was Walker heavy debt incurred in rebuilding their road, and expulsion of lava on the 20th of May last ; and wag but thut it wise founded on principle of justice question is very conciliatory. The Eng- I et-lt'tvated, that will not produce a fair crop.

by putting in tbe routh uiDtende of a prominent t democrat that all their income from storage freight, tc., was still active at the last ad vices, prerentirg each nighta a reason negrrss nnd nail Christianity.no; riaht to That a seat the in the pluintift car in being question ] lit-h fleet will probably be withdrawn from the F.-om taLe Keoktk (Iowa) Gale Cit .

words be never uttered. Is the of needed lo meet principal interest and expenses I more magnificent spectacle than the preceding.- ; that it was the duty! of the conductor to expel Culann4tl'l', and boO sent to the coast of Africa I W* aye assured by several farmir, who are w'Ipole.l

Mr. W. as to ch.ne such electing not a dollar could go into the pockets of the StooL Twenty-eight streams ef lava issued from the Cia. her, undr! the rules and regulations of the company is and the right of search and visitation entirelyalandoned. that there liever was a I eater proj-eet f-r
1 dreary require a resort as holders in the dividends ; that the had a right to e t.nI.lillJ1I11t'11 c 'p in Iowa th n at tie present tine. ViLe t
this? ehapeof ; and under the ten at one time. On the night cf the 31t of company .
May rules and regulations' that le a and grass are doing f.r.-t retrain! e->rn a'thougsi
circumstances we have felt, and fctill fee that th all the mouths of ; negro might No later Indian tins
news been received.
CCompany jLe crater were called! into violent 1 .te tl coming out well-
Gen. Milton was opposed nennitted, lilt wer not entitled to, a seat in n pub ow sassy *| pearanrr
as a matter
making a nomination but policy to has acted just III the editor of dIG Time* action, and vomited forth such torrents of lava that lie convey"\ .C(. The only Question for the jury to The Continental news 5i unimportant. Mi b briiig the Vans, the question arises about the

; whm it .sten that a or any other gl'l.tl..mllnou1d have done-make tbe entire mountain seemed one blaze of free It ia consider wee whether the. defendant used any n ore The steamship Arabia cisasalesuapIosel.5 < large majority was In favor of it, it all llitir force than w rare ghid t<> ser the prosperity of the farm*r',
.ORt on* properly yield as great a return was consiHent I- fated! that tl.or.esnds of persons nightly : ,, wile necessary to put the rlaintiff off thi eearLe 2S-1 inst., the sttamdiip yiagtua. in Lit. 53, loo. Co.She But
fnotio* that the Convention repair to That if he did, sl.e was entitled toe verdict we think the speculators will probably suffer.
to do so-so that all efforts to ullaoimoull.rtlhO with their obligations to the public. We the scene of this extraordinary spectacle. The Keapolitans other i iv it 1'Inl.t W for the defeudanb"Thejnry ; was to. great a distance to le spokrn.Tlie they can tike rare ol t (in elve

I they have been made, that!he is still Impression, think however that all cause for attacks on that rongtati.late thimrelres on the circumstance retired and in a short time returned weather ported unarnrasbhetotherropiFlour 5. FtoirD- The Apalathlrtlt Adreriiri Juno

the Convention's action and dors orpS. Company, whetberjust or otherwise, will ire long of the lavn being directed in eo many different with a verJict for the defendant Wbeaf and Cor.i verydul!-qn">tation r.om i IGti! caya-rua4a' aflthuotheup-countrytnto'

nominee t not It puss away. _The extension of their road to White streams, for if. ns in furme-rei-upthon., it had all I y- : inn!. Klcefiiin 20*. Rrli n Gull ; medh.ia 9 t. litany to thi* place, we bate tire numt encouraging
are insulting" to him and false. Bluff will become I Tile Florida Peninsula Railroad I s.f ihe crowinsr Cuflon, we nnU r-
soon in unt*
been mci> erula.
otr: judgment, a necessity i. thrown into one channel,the destruction ,'bithmu..t Turpentine dull at 48.
It give u* pleasure' to say that the doing of th eConcentioui and when that event shall tra.'pirtA we venture I have ensued would have been' tremendous. We arc happy to be able to announe the fact 1, The bullion in the Bank of England has decreased staiiil i is. M.me two t'r three weeks In bloom earlier andiftoacI than lastyeirrnrnris -
that I of it row being -
a tinder the above
t the are receiving a hearty response from the prediction that our friend of lh Times j The lava began where it dial j in 1855. ized in company our tov-.p n the 17th lust name, by,the was eltias's organ a 200,000 sterling. I e'.deat 1 e&l.s it during thee labineeof thesersoi.rr .
Democratic I
press in ail parusof the State. The cate himself that and ...
point re-;BID to his 'WiJlIo-l oi our (uut".III' Lay a delegation Irons Iirftnopr the largest ''p ever nmce in ini Beciivn -
Tamp?ecainziilarofthe 1th, with the names)f good humor. So mote it be. Crop* In the West. I consisting: (f Dr. G< B. Payne And Cob George Later from Uah. gathered text frilL Them?* errpi* iw-w tiesrJrmiMlr.

lnDI for CngtA and BCAKD for Register flying The alarm w Idols has l'revuiJCr'fpeeling the state Leitner. The proceeding of the meeting at which i ST. Lorn,June 29th.-News from Camp Scott lias aid from all accounts will be unprecedentedin

at its Jat-blad. & .Annual Despatch. of the crops at the West has in a great measure sub the subject was di cus>ed, and the organization been received to the 10th Inst. Gov. dimming distrusts yieM We congratulate blur planting friends up-

11 This excellent sided. There is I effected, will be f'ttnd in oar columns to-day, to toe promises of the Mormon The their resent prvptetscf an abundant b rvrsthorni
now
has no fear was
By our delegates-Messrs. EDen and ) daily failed to reach us for the! longer any felt by which we invite attention. army
we are informed that Itc'el1 last three f mails. reasonable that the oveiflow public to move towards Salt Lake city on the 15th. CAF.outA-We regret to state that tIe
the above is the relt or 'nr What is the matter t We persons great will have I At a subsequent meeting of the Directors elect I bent of this district i Ia i" t

Democratic Convention held a Moniiccllo, on the place it among our moH highly cherished exchanges. I a bad effect on the production of cereals. The Dr. S. B. Todd was elected President of the Company ala good erupts a* was ninny ex|>eeted.portion I'reviou to tarr iinr

7th ii't re-nomination of and as a proof of our esteem, have been the bright sunshine that has lately prevailed has done and Ce!L O. B. Hart, Secretary. From the WASHCCCTOX Washington June New .11 I, o'ed very fine, but un examination it .C'U"Jthnta
29.-The
Judge Hawkins Government ha informed
had President
indicated "y the popular sentiment 'of the bn means.f securing fur it several subscribers this very much to dispel the gloom which_rested on a have already we been learn obtained.that liberal cash subscription the Central American Slate that the administration its.1'full large nnniTur sri bends. although Wkisg of
State. This we had city. To those who large section of our plump alit not contain a single grain
a right to and the w ant the latest country. This Is
en telegraphic movement the verr thing we needed and heads
dorsement br the Convention fXIHt determined to alstaio.n theright and wlnat, and in much of the crop many of the
unity of the I of the intelligence by mail, we Invariably recommend to TOMATO. We -* a-' we heartily rejoice at it. The enterprise baa now interests secured to American citizens the Grant produce oulv a few grain A larsr'quaattty taad
Democracy have been "
of Florida, \ it fiattur- Landed by Jack Hall by
log to him. a\ them the DvpaUh opened in a tangible form, and person will I e able charter in usual was towed. is., that there t Is no appr henk oauf
Tbe nomination of -.. ., a faithful old negro scrvantra large tomato, the I to act in the matter undorstandingly. It mutt and that quarter. a scarcity.-Laurrntriile Herald
Maj. Beard will b* receivml growth of his win succeed, and highly: favored by our sterling
own garden
by all ( uLlll the N) wit.athu.iesii. II. DUllruIUe. la China. The weighing 1 pound Zounees } : patriot Gov. Perry, whose suggestion we desire to market Beportav The Mobile Register cf the IPtir t nit, ay that
.
La &honest wan, and with a ** qualificationS The last accounts from China are not favorableto season seems to have been very favorable entry ont if the people interested will but do their NEW You June 28.-Tbe Cotton Market was cotton and com are floari-hinjr Dalla eat V-

almortuneqaflVd worthy successor unsullied the character render*him I the settlement of the difficulties there. The Emperor : fur this Yf'g .;:.. duty. Let every one who has not already *ubrscribed quiet.to-day. Middling1 Upland* 12316etFlour cox counties and lid fair to yield a very aim Ja-
present incumbent *
D. S Walker. a Du. BOW professes to regard the barbarian occupation I Ii Cff" The Western- Frrbet are all J *'ich,for go the f up at once to the l'resideftMfile heavy, with sale of 13,500 Ltl .; Southern |4 45 crop.TEXAS.
tuUiding.f f\\ ( present I is at lila store.) and make a tt\b
i the \ cay-I
Ouretpr of fh. Columbia Dtmotral. after of Cantos as A very improper proceeding.and I Last week the Mis ouri, at St.] Louis, had fallen liberal sn'xrription, and our word .for it they will @ 75. Wheat buoyant, sale 70.00O bushels ; .-The Galterfon CTvUian.of now >*'
the Texas
of JuJge Hawkins desire the plenipotentiaries to back that six inches and never it. old Southern White born corn erop.In may "wtt.Vmade
and w* the N\I go to at Louisville and Cincinnati, the regret fl 2ft. buoyant, sale and 1* the largest ever produced le .
necessity at,eDO South aUmetnf OM nil no city and arrange as well ,us they can with the Imperial Ohio was. falling rapidly. Read M what our worthy Governor say to our citizen 16.000 bushel White 70 Q 78 cent Turpentine not only from the greater amount In cultivation

I the sam bat fJ-I" Commissioner who ha been The : Mica py sends greeting Tampa,through but the
hat Interest the despatched Herald estimates the steady. heavy yield per acre.
RIm of total loss
: embodies by our delegate. Dr.: Pay ne and Cob LeilnrT, whichis
4 al the element of .a unit, as far prty thither. Lord Elgin )however, although he has no etorm and flood in all parts of tilt country during proof that her citizens are willing and anxions_ NEW Yoa June 29. Sale* of Cotton to day 600 The Montgomery (Ala.) ConfrderltiCu oftiac tiat

qaMD only slavery i concerned and that i 1 bet adequate lure, appear detenalnad not to tolerate the past two months at thirty three millions of to co-opera e for the mutual interests of your respective bales, market declining Middling l' nit.. *ay* that the coften emplanow about tO
IIUe ; iC Turpen last
We *ny device of this kind, aid to push his to dollars.LAKOX. locations.You have the very beat wishes weeks In advance of IM position at this season
of bu te JI JSTawIifU: and :find him:to the Celestial presence way .. for the socces of your Road." God butt that evea. tine firm at 43} ,Rosin steady, Rice heavy at year and with good WMtherafi a. rvorkmay"

'I b! th te mltagenttmu of higbaf FIEU Vat ; say ire-enis. slar. 3 @ 31. anticipated. Tbe corn erop ia also very promiaisc.
:
.iTb or In Liberia, a few and site slI
; ralat Wae !
. lDg & mile north .- S though in need of more *
It from
ODe who to Monrovia
t and..Immutable willing, Institutions rut ,Lbs e otir Bprin/field (Mass.) Republican ays that Jar- i* a tract of land Ua mile aID extent toward, eniiralgeoceraj Cape ,Jtonnt. The wheat crop of. Teonesx I-* repre ruUil ishravcg IF Tb. Galveston News oft be 15th host says: both spotted, and *orae fieldof the latter aavte
u w' that all prepa/aOoos art being mad. "\V* learn from ruined
rart.
for the tobacco aflpsrtseiftbe8tatethstthe by
mea who Ion the South will cast arid all slavish crop la that vicinity than set/A pint fpfiltt. The fruit bud out In April and : been slightly 'injured by nut ia MOM portlra of and cr-p
usuaL cotton hav
It la one of the cxiro never bees known to be a*
fea-r. all partitaa fealiug.ua4, byau. acclanated baat ripens August and September. It i* of a deli of the State bet The Savannah Ca. of the STth n-
' paying crop* oa rich land. About IS days of dons flavor. Tho' a* a general thief. the_crop Tbororne-opistn.sdi.acl the yWJ ( ) RepnMiean
.o elsctJedge Ha.kin&Tb.eauutItnta f: good veaUter all that U>requish. to mtar* the considerable apple* are taken to Monrovia In win b.a fne en*. Th Athea. Port aaya the fiumer > via said td b* httot lacrfcfflWe.5On hundred bushel ports the wheat crop*l ort eomperrd with Ut yeaS..
-
*.r. o from cue tod of tb. merchantable plant after Its tobacco transplanting.U A ton's weight of aa two for a cal quantJti"-"lIetn,, Plus! apple grow." are wild sold a in* Tow the in that region eve bow fa the mtdi of Jurvect. per acre. U a omaoa estimate oa bottom land oat nearly nwspociuijiaSthastotuTerdFeelon'destroyed iy.rut; tUTu very gfandootto
'
8t2i4et'! often realized from an acre woods and OaecfUia largest ngsr plamter* .-*. h- twenty
*.d from thousand cf them art tea.iahatt and the/generally report.ti wheat crp,1ttar rais thPUU
bees
$l go-to $300 haiti money cqutnlnt hours walk S -aa. rear* part th. case baa ceer proml.Ic well a* ytsra. There tart eopkxj
baa they expected three ,wek agaT It dot DOW- the, Stabs.


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-wjwwJWw* ctA< CRorbifon CfenrtV.fte CNStCfl BUBJEGl'S THE TESTIMp.'Y OF i Tha:" HasraioPublithingi.ouisvir.LE! AaodaUon" SWAN & CO.'S LotteriesTRiUMPHANT NEW .ARRANGEMENT' : C a -see --.-------! .. ;.. .... I
W. .Jlint' :2.1Sn. trIt Shttild It
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eicpacteJ awwtT ftvm frvui the Brit hili GovQfzi > Tci. A1aII t.ISOiOf i r ,

to cr waorstrance* and donu&ds rcbtivoib *UTS Qato,t*"o,,PTa.eeoad K.. UJIennc bar child, TAILORS

tll' WR"IOM committed npon our r acl.In the bout S preia vJd,!)b*tn.cUc4 with trorn;panLuM*) ono I TUE .HOXTHLf UlASOric MAGAZINE, II On tie Tallahassee and Pensaoola & Ctoo- A.XD DCAlttl I*

rit0i1e1Loo and elsewhere Las been wedted.delivered botltfof Dr.MTatirt Tr fmtf*?&, stat! gut h two teeepoon- 1 OP THE A.GE.UTtTL SWAN 4. CO. continue to draw cs WBcJ r-JI.IDE

Ti JI"dcbel w ro bcre on HUI.llr.Ult' 1'.1 _bkh had the cfrf'C t tlf t"l1tttt'f) the e:1Ii1d t. discharge a ; EI uiihout .interraption.SWAM EA1L-ROAD. READ CLOTHWQ .

tilt LQF'I Napier rweiveJ: .patclH'.t the same large nsmbcrrfwonrk llu ih'Jd U tw.w w oyhij good I Or AIID .

hcmlth. We wo1d .TtM all l.rBU wbn may frupert their I l THE AMERICAN r FREEMASON.III : Lotteries tile' 4tl f June. t5fr'fcU
t.I &i CO.'S .Are legal and after Friday QJNTUMENS1 fURNisHING QOODS ._ _
took jslo ycJerdny at the Stat : children to be troubled wlih !1. ON -
Interview worms to no uf..\la' 1m- : -. and Train theM Roads will be
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rvr"rtrnict t..WtoeD the British Minister and Gen. I,I mediatelj pnrchas and administer! C.. M'Lfitit'i Vemlfnge- ,I I uu And Authorized by the STATS of OEO.: run Ui weekly jMiiwtngrr M fiJlowa : -_----. -- -:'-- -:- -- .-. -: -., -

Tfat* "Mult that ] : I SUBSCRIBERS are pow.oy oir>r.t -.- --- -
te-iHpat"L. win The nprre .
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3i en tbii robJK ( money n 111 be n-fLnded In aU cases when :
I D-voted to the In- late las shown that Lttwt'en TalhJMUM tad St. Marl. :
Exclusively ttt allrmpt wjun wrjinn 1 il G.& J. '
the Store to Mews. Metfi
rvievf of the inert I.
..(.J tl,. int< wr lti..fatlory It does not glee tatUCtrt'im.tZT ... .'
,' r. I Purrhsscrt wlU be careful tcaakforDE.M'LANE'SrELKHKATED struction Entertainment wr Lotteries are jrtJ.Jn&/airly.: that ovrp itc* LeT T. Monday*.Wednesday/amd Fridays ni,. a wll s.7b.teuI Stock df-SPRING. abJWEAR. .

chl cl th r"n'\n te. Gbfre JI4I\'owtoJi I ITht'ta ,! VEKMITUOE. maatkbetored by FtCMiyo of Freemasons, their ore jsoi pu'ftdtItJUI ;..*d thpt ovr tekenm at 11 A. M. (except the 1Mb and iflth ofeacti 8UMI4ER 000'Ds. .as'ztabi.- ..u eo .. po.OE.JfTlEJlB..V1r'

'Mit' a11"w"J. Ie art Hwrt liberal thdn any other Littery month when the Train will JMT at.9.onleM Jh\ *. Ceoo.I.tmg
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.-J rl'pettti'lf tIle!.lIf fUttJnrffK,fa. All other Vermifuges a compatisot I Wives, Family, and 'LV THE WORLD I If -
; ,: JO.i will \'' r'fSnk *. f nd any injuries I I are wonhloM.! Dr. M'Lane' genuine Vertnlntge also Friends. T 111 day shall opon-Mnody. Wednesday or Friday.a in p&rf ( ti.aiter! u.S6IFt' C's'

.'lt r-artv a ;ritTtsd wJH.Li: fwirev: !. i h'!.celebrated Liver Pill,can cow be had at an respectable I {.H for it h all that Each yvmler Contain Portrait of IittTujuiiiedFreemaonn of "ill be ai Usual at )
Tn.:, iufi'-t' to tt" citUfectcrj\ : dreg stores. Sfvnt gmul-u uWtaut tAi rig at"r. of I II JCo, Managers,of the Sparta Academy departure itr..wbieh hey se.peopec6dLe.miksbpt6fd1r'-tb
mr.dJ ia tfj *>u1.lhl.J Idler* to Mr. I II and oilier llnqraviityx, law. the tacit Arrives* St.Mark*. .. .. ..IMS P.M. '
f n CH I (:S) FLt1I150 aR. teir. in each of ti* r Single Number Lnttenea for > workman like and iu Liot.abtf jnanner. and N RlABOWASL .
Artist imd the A rticle* by Dr. ,. O. Maoley. ... S 30 1" M..
Leave St. ltarJiI. . .
Dfl4&t I -_ Jl/LY/ IKfB atiAognila Georgia, in public under TIB va. Alan cpo J t(sort meflt tt :
Her. Geo. Oii\er! Gilt J-: Yattt
rsg-c Uca jTfvaS! t].'.t")ro tUrg) more rauti ,jupeTitiU-ndtneetpf cf Ccntifni9ioner (except OD FridHT when the train wul leave *t I.) CLOiSTUd '" '

.hTr. and 'h .l T"p mast requ'.rp England to rethQuih. S ip llrlD5. Albert Pike Itob. Jlorrit, John Arrive lit atTaHabas-ee . .. 4.45P.M. EEADY.MADE ; .
#ulf irr.ly ard fcn-ver, "11 her pret nl''n a. Dove. J. Thee. Hollv. entdotherf. Clan 22 Drctu on Ratur Jay, July 3, 1868. (except: on Friday when the train will armeat 415)) cnraii.tingnfline Black and Colored Cinch Frftcfe -

Oif of mtri'JtYie visit. She has dicUiraed -- Comprin Jlfdicnic C7aw 23 Zrar on Saturday, Jly In, 1868.Ctau to connect wth Coats. Fan?. :*.iinrre. Bu ioes Cats, Black >wf '

t toe' right ton cf fl'lircLlt rot ('( ,ift.lr tIle jmrnoseivrrtair'.Bg ---po-rffo F--ST. MARKS. Lc.1l'.ll tory,Juriiriiidfttee. 21 Draws on tvrtk July 17. 185 t the And line on of Sandys Mail Stmwr whit*ne plying Canary i between WVr Or. Colored! Uj< .". ..1 Otto Costa Black :and Fancy
and Clan ?liravt on Saturday, July 24. 1668.CtisS .
I) lia ant Cjwimcie Qrodut
When Panls. Figured
the riatir.a..Htv cf % cL sauldepart ee
a c"
let Wect awl JI".".. wHeb serum at.
? 1- 2C Draws on .'XJ.urdaJuly 81, 1863.OJV :". KVy
Belle loAtru.FrOm acJ Silk and CaMiiuei V, .
ise.l be Fancy U.ALSO
ererthe i rftcasioa hnl be so exer at to ARRIVED. from St. Marks Ob the alb ahS 29tb ( f cadi

oflVi ei
aain, tnaae ilttnutitiMli. But to ..x.I. Orleans. Left same day for Key W..t.I the 2lretcnt Cen'.vry.Aa A 1 Road A Tii-wrekly!
Ln-i over On Penwieola Georgia
f-"'rn Lnclan.l the clauner (If R& Uecliva, A Masonic Monthly! .M.i nzmo it has no 50,000 Tickets train will baron oa Moi.dav., Wednesday1 and Fridays A good auorfmeot of Uaok and fjaoy silk eraTmfi,
trMtir
iceiino.sJk sad
.. _.tllj he aidicu1"ua. -n ,i.1"1. if e lire to make I List of Letters CquIII l. cither in Beauty or Mechanical : *. shirts cotton under sLirU
cullnif. tc.
PICIZES soda ftM.ve ,
tain it. 5.4S5
mch a demand, we must be prepurvd to dtbflte.'n! in the Putt Office Tiillahnsste, FIa. nxccutian, or VisIon of its Article, ; Le'.ve Tal'ahaMee! . . .. 1 A. }. The au.*criS-r* are nw beginners and Dot ,
the Berate
Gen. Hammond deihred In would nererunqnUh onMr I REMAINING in the Worlii.Lofh YEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVEET RISE T1CIE1I'1'tIMAGNIFICENT Arrive *t Station N... 3 (W lkrr's Mill). 8.60 A. M. If unknown t- the oomaiunitj. and they .plw1g rtiiemse'in -

dUe-D" rwolntions, that England Lent Suti-ti Nw. 3. .. . . 9 A. M. who
-ct'ntion. Every tnariimc A-. II Affieck, X-Yiq SA E Iuitogii.Jacksoti Monthly Part Contains w much Reading. Matter SChEME ITO : a to girt t aiafacuun tv all may farurtlieoi
this right ur I' : Arm at Tulldhaitee .. .. .. 10(0 A. M. With their .
the illuttratirty
than I not ta speak of Cottty Enqraviiigt naUouagf. a
Atkin" l-S Lae6der JUNE j
nation mast exrrdse It. ours morn ncy (s) BE DKAWN EACU BtTT&DAT IX .
; lufirted the SOnIC, at ALL the other monthly On Frtdai 1 an ae 'mmo(Vi 'n Train will leave tlc J. WEBKR .
India be J J S Anderson A Y Lt( ,
West again (2))
,,.i cr-In ease the ayes 1 Prize of. .$70000 I 4 Piizesof .$900
I John Mama. Wm Lamb time* of the jlasonie }'Tflf. 'lAmm. TillahaMce'Depot for Stali-n Nm. 3. (Walker's Mill) L. DA NIlEMER. -
w ,ih pirates. 1. M HP tOO l 4 800
I T II Atchi'fln. 11w' Lc-IIUI"! ca, rolled into Ont.IT at 4 20 P iLan-J amve at Station N.. 3. at IS R P.
Nutbing more i h to pass tctwc the tvo gorern- 1 . 10.000)) 4 700 I __ May t. 1$69: 18 -
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J.taoiogloM W W J N L"liIton. IS ACKrOtTLKDGED TO BE THE MOXTrtLT MASONIC MAOAZntS I M. Dunni; the C'iliuuauceor the Kxcursi Trip
u : B-
the ome BoyJ
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vrwy
n 'ats oti suljt-ct. except vagUe 1" . 6,000 4CO . COO(
OKTHKAOE.Terms the Tmui will i lie over at Station Nut 3 u'itil Satur-
::. diplomatic ruu:*. I I 11 A TIrown All Leudsov. 1 .. 4.000 II 60SOO schedule: ExeurotutiTaip. NEW GUUDS I-NEW( GOODS I f
lilY 7.16 liar
as
The lat dispatch from Gov. Cnimtnrr, published f i..nlt'tt EirJ Mr E L&rterCcruc2us : -I'cr Annum. I" 3000 O" .morning per I .

to.day. ,how conclusively that' there is' to be noar ; Heu1r'I1ir'll. An.irt' r Mcj., 4 Sing! Subcaid. .. .U 00 1" .' 1.600 lOt II . 125 A HACK. !leaves St. Merits on arrival the Train I FOR TUBFilLL'AND
LEO. t Mar Bruce. Miller5; -
"' in Utah. .. Shears dii. . . 6 00 4 . lOut 230 t6 100
..1V Brantl. ((2)) Rev J lefCtr, for Nrvvp<.it Mid retains in time tu connect with thup 7
.c J" Clclwcf Two to Ei-tit."eacli: . . 3 60 Apr I J ,v }3ogan. (7)) A MD.TCCuIbert lnt p.
The Remaining Semlnoles.T.ie j } N--\ JSeal, Clubs of any number above 8. each . . 2 Co'l 4 Prre, of f toO appro'g. f 70.000 prize areI.tC0 Fare from Tallahassee to St. Mark.. .. .fl.OO '

: Tairpa Prntntulat of the 19t.li instar.t car. .: Mi4 MaCV C.r.cr. J C Nulcic', 'I he Cii>'i in all]] ca-te nimt areoinpnnv tIle ord' 4 a SCtO. 251>CO 1.2UO .. It to Statiou ". I. l'CD.&

Late ad vires from Fnrt UVVT- "*. ir.forra the u\ieiiiiU'. that InnnuT of D-R/'v j M Dub, tIr4 E Neil. TIP| snl.Fcr'ji'ions; fur eavh vent continence with the 4"4 iOO" 1.OuO 600 I Gee'. 1 11. R. . . .. . . CO :

: are oeeanioiuliv .'e"u in have, .not I JI&Ulelt Datie i J R Nail. fii'i (Jiinnat% ) ntmiber: 1'( that Tea/.thus suppNInsj 4 II' 125" '.0oa 600 Fare from T..lIal."stl't to Station N.. .'. l' ru.
:'1 i' .}!Vs and oM Fort -rrl1L They white W J Da\b. (t ) O-Snrn OnfOatI lie .i.t>ci ibrr with tile Maxotnu I-'t'tnatice si rice cmnIrte. 4 ICO 6.00S 400 ... H. It.. .. . .. .. .. 87| ..

_.. ".< '. luc.i .njuctdto.' ti/ue ints.in. under although the charge I GDawE,II. P-JoSt'rh Prnnr. ]' But ll.e Murk 1.-lug >:u't.t\ peJ. sue numV I
: _r i'bp1..1 many p>> L T Dowflil'l J M P..arltlU. (.f numtwiit 'a iil 1-e rntiid: putttpnid on tee 4 M to" 1.60. 200 ker' Mill). . .. .. .. . 1,00 FALL AXI) WINTER GOODS.

.: t. n* L. G. Lcbley. Quirtcr-Mater reasonal D.partln\'l1t.. J K Dlln'iI.! R- In A Richardson, ct'ij.t] of (he juice 25 cents <,a>b. 6000 prizes ot 20 ..100. C 1 nlirh want m-uLt- HI Qaantity. Quality 4>r Style. -
\. ... 'l-i* jmliciou rticcr we may ly c xf A !.)' J. F. BRr.SXAN.Zetretary -- -- Penxa-oln t JIailrjaJt
lie vithtbef.-w I E-Dr. T J l:1tor, Mr W D Randolph, < ef', Freight charged < Getryfa Embracing for the Ladies
will
: coxaunication rpetifd extend Mr E.p' W Rot'crte.Fw A! P. A>cciation.LociivtLLR 5.485 Prizes amounting to.5S20000 I K5 W, to be paid on dr'hery ttf goc'l&. ,
.:1. ::1.1-J} Indians very fooc. a* he intend j Ft'rrl'1t El-- D NtDt"rsoD K HALVU f5 QtAaTSMi UJ.Z5T Siik ft.bea n Quille. Side Strip IWain Robe,
I In* n.-.l'cito the IJi-T CjprtHi* forte U : y.June2r.hES. WIIOL TICltETSIO ; ; FROM ST. MARKS TO STATION, 2.1:1! Plouticnl. Challis ,
.14"7i'i '. cf the .> Et..mp-ro'"d rt n O-R W Glovcr J W rrhel1l1, 2G4tNotice. ------ -- --- I CuttJii per )biilr. . .. . . .35 I7. If.oI "
,.1 10 ( -n gent rDlt villIt PhiaL!
of fit ndv3ayadIrreStn'poa
t\t t. Baref
A 'ioiio plJt
,ce-attetdiLeu. Wm Git.f.on, A T Siiiitlt.II CIRCULAR Tubj rc> in Box. prr lOu Ib*. .. .':5 .25 25
moc'r.( L: any etaergeiuy.. : I tent to any ont fnHmu bfrntftrtngtt I I Cir-ille nlx-i.
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B GibLa. W-J \VetrrjanCurran Corn sand oll.er) iu sticks Lutaa'iJl0 110 10 I
.. gram per
: : :- (lliin Striped G t.I' Printed Merino Robes
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Centry. (!) Mrs E Willillm. rnrtntba after date. I tha'l: final Salt per oack. . . . . .40 4". .
Ma.! Tr<< BfioECK'a IIocsss.-A match lac been i H-l'ref huller, !!g'n B II Ward. SIX(. und touclxrs t<> tli Il.in.presort Judge' my of Prob CirtiScate of Packacs mil be solJ at the WLw:! Hay iii D.kles prr 10U Ib-3 1-1"5 :lLime S.liu Piiii Pooh All dr!Loire.W.ol Dvlains.MANTLES Detain. -

m .IC 1 for a race: b.-tll'rell the Ameriian licr e Prior- I (;(0 lIoJge Mr D Willie, ,\f of Lf-on count r. an mluaiti8traatcrt! lie Estate rnti-ii whkh i is the rick : Cement. Slate, PUsftr au-1 Uu.io t

e... an.i Boadiinan. the uinur ..f the Ut."". The I J .\ 1lal), T II Willis.C of Xicliarit Ilrzan late of jaid! ..III.t v. '!di-ccasrtl and Corti. eotu Package 4>f 10 Whore Ticket.; .{80 iu p&cLagrs |iat r ll>0 llu. ..25 25 25

e4 nt u to come off at N "market in Octol',-r. and I ; llcnry. ((3)I ) 8k l"r" Ui charge from n:id Imi..j.rnli.n.i 10 half! 40 Bar Iron I er101J Ibs. . .. ; ..26 25. I 25 rr CrtBT MATERML AXD ITTUC.Embroideriea .

t..t tt'rmlllre .l 5 0 a .i i.e.! The licrf fire to arryoin I .C?* Perx ns en-juirii for any of the above letters H (l. ORISSETTT AJmt'r.! ii 10 Quarter 21) All (lid g'M..I p..r1W Its. . ..30 tO 3'Jj3i .
that ii 10
wti :ats (119 B*. caili.) notwithstanding will please saY. they. art nihrrii-t-d June C. 15S. VCCniMontvale 10 E-jrJitb: From T.-J.LLAII.-tSSEEroSTATIO.\ I a? -
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Pr'i-ie, !s has ito AhU1I,{e..f two jcar in ae over MILES SASH P. M. In orderinjj Ticket or Certificates. cnc'ae! the .. I Cr SaEla5150.. i1
-- -------- I C'ttoDpt'r (bale . . .. r.% it W) .
U i-i-roan. I July 3. 185S ((14)) .7-lw money to mlr ad !rei>. fir the Tickets or.lrred, t.n re- Tobacco in Boxes per lou HM. . .112} 1211121C..roam1otLergrauuiuauekeierbu.aeI. : \tl made between Mr. Tf Springs ) WIll tIC' rwardcd Stat mml.PurchH .
A nniuk has al-o been n -- c..il't'l.f"| Illch thy by ..) 6 I 5 I J 6
BOKN'LTS. BELTS AND TEI3IMINO
D u. urfield'i T .lejrar.H3 year*) at even wrigutf, fur U.nv .I..nltr. The mdeinirred wnuMaltMtcalltb! attention of the'Pub'ic
.r! s si.le. to Ix- rna the dv after the ."'. COPARTtfERSHIP.rpIIECJPAUlXLIlSHIlMur.t.f.re.xi.tinijbe, --- -- 'i'heJ.i t .of Drawn Numbrrs and Prizes will be HJV in Baits j t-' r luu H*. .. .IIZ Ii lii ci>"" \. to l.i-i l.tigo anal complete Stock .fUrnt ,
; I \7"ISITOna ftmn the South!: vii:1 hntenodo eit: nV LIUIC Cqnent Slate, Plunter .u.1 l Uu-
'jr Ton BrowL' lir>fR, Citrktoii nod rl'i"rc", sent lo ]M.r, hascra i-nmedmlely after the .traui..ff.! slut Ymitl.a. Full and Winter ('lulLing.
Lot'a icttrcd for the GiMnlwood ( nt Dnltoti. TIe Tl'llin411 cD i-ct promptly Plt-rluscrs will 1'1."e l write their bijjnaturepLim ano in packages purr 100 1 It*" 124 1 12* 121 Gents a' d Vontl.a Full and Winter ,
are ctip. I' JL twrn Ih bsiliXMB.III. u-uler the l-rrn.f: ut th it pt.iut. reRchin Ki ot ille nn' hours flwntT cr i : St. Itar Iron per luu 11*. .. . . I i :* 12i 4
-- a-i'l jj'Tfc'hrir' I"1I\t fPce, fuun>j an t 1' g- HATS. CAPS.
IIODGKISS SCOTT & POOLS thnn )l.i-I tiiiiiiner. Bv auruugcunetat* made u ill, lIe anJpa.i I All other goods pr Iw ll... . ..15 I(5 i U I II -
that Prize drawa
From Ole U.CA1. /i/o SMr oThur wy. I t1 Remember everY : u rDOOTS AND SUOE3.PLANTATI9N .
tine vi-itors wilt reach the! from Kri.xvilla' I
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is made I baa been tlii .IIIY i.l"et! by mutnil e 1I1-H.t TheEISH staje Springs -' >>lem full .itlH>iit deductf'Q.J I EDWARD 11UUSTOUN.Pres. GOODP aKertaetitouecti.
L""D VARItAT&Afl important elnrpe milm. four hotff- eaiiicr tlum last ,
nf by the act of Con.j I Xotes:111J Accouna are in the 1 aid ifTiicis 11. I'oo- ((24 ) rrason.thim All prize* of ?1.00O and under paid ;immediitrlv 4.5 Superintendent.
!h this description firojM.Tty savirr fimr'ecnl.curs I There' is also a good Hue .
.. of June 3d. 185$. Thy were formerly helda : and I). 11. I'COLE, either of whom will settle up of from London to the slier the drawing-other prices at the usu_l I February 13. IBiS. 7-Sni .3. .aa-.i-gnnd IVp' ,
i Stages Springs. ,
R.ln.la! ,
StujH-- 1.1. (is.
time of _
ii.! business cf the late Firm. thiity ihy'
formand method
real estate and conveyed after Besides the u.uil acce*! : TIIOS. n. nonoKiss All coiiiiunnic-.itions rictlr( eonf j'ntial and cool in there ui; \ *.
for real estate hut this act concrtt'tem Try keep Exciting rimes .
pre can PJ. Lin. nd
scenory Tickets tn ra Keia'v. Jraoc.ITeavTC
JED. w. SCOTT Address Orilrr f..r or Certificates > .'
into ptrbonal chntu-l a"i Dm and nt. &c.makes. to them the law eub- I I. n. i!. PooLi more stid more tonti-'cully! recotnmoiivl thene wstcr S. SW.CO.., Augusta, Ga. ICE ICE !!! ICE !!! 'tlonO Tnbiir! ,. Vlr Tnn all\Yixjt LiiisfTf.-
in
j.'t conveyance in the cure of dise.t'es prevalent at the South e I
; pe'clIlIy I 1 4-4 bro, und bleach-! Wool Hatn.
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I. WM. O. l'OOLE. Ala. .
givernmg personal property. In the evert of thed di'tul' origlnateil in dihOrd of the Ijvrr. C:-.t Person resoling near Slontgoiiiery. or e.1 d..titStl'eL Iron and Nails.

nit of the claimant prior to the inning of the I Tftllabawce, July let 1868. and wliiih indeed comprise n large ninjoritr of cas<-f>. Atlan'a Gn can dave their orders filled and save : the Express Packet Prig General 2ui.'fy. fit- Brown and bli ached Slice- CompleteawuiUfient': {,
that the title to the : time adJn-Bfcing &. Swan i Co, at tiller of those BT I II o
aluo by
this act provides fr New iu fJJ5O
w irrant Fi>r builJin: up ystem fhitttrcd by disease orT ( days -m York 1I'e are receipt o tings, Hardware.
W .rrant shall then vest in the widow if one ii lift ; 1. HAVING purchased the littereeta of my lnt- pnrt- 'i "' 1>, excess of care or toil this summer resort e t P1: T.-us more of this uuojintT luxury. and which

and if not then it kliall descend as other personal thfl Finn of HODOKISS, SCOTT & i* ixvaluable.1'nssecein 0: 7" Tickets for sale ly E. M.Ttillahniicc WEST, \iedrsiretodispensetoalliii want on app'iCNtioA: CARPETING, .

chattel tu the other heirs or legaters. PllOLE I will ci'iitiinit te business a* heretofore.anl Treat natural advanlngcs the proprietor Fla. + at our ICE hOUSES at 8t. Maika or New Port at Bruffb. Tin fc fly soil Ingrain Carpets -
I
will use my beat .(fv>rt* to merit: the p-l dour! Watts.

READ! READ READ! of all "b'. may favor me with their tmle.OEO.. W..SCOTT. ter at.d f pi inr. Imve xnl'rued; a eri** "-f impro.rGirnts I the wheel xv itli the amount ?>f the Prize that each when not required to I be cut, anj at 8 et*. per quJhtitir I All cattLe atn>rr metiti.n Nl articles will 'I* sold

j 'I mul .m m.h'nl'ntl'! vthirh they believe will ore i. entitled to. will be publishednfterevrry drawing uiuirr! loO poumls.tuckltolders upon us cood terms as can t. bought of nor ROaM. '. :

I CARD j July: Is!. 1858. 27 rake it tbe boost attractive uattriui'" place in the ,: in tin' fallowing papers: An; ---
/ro-i tKt Commui<>n rs. and Certificate fro' the ---- -- -"CARD.VTTE f.---- : Sortli. I IMr ,: New OrWna Delta. Mobile Kegtster.Chtrlrktoo cents p-r pound in any qunutiiies desired. and transportation D. C. WILSON .

J/a.or and other of the City tf Anejvtta.Aro'sii. A S. LANIER (formerly of Lnnier House Maj t j Stuihlard. l\ 'I'iII. Gazette AIatA! ;in- i paid tu Tiillalm_ R. R. Dep t. But or Oct. 17. K57. 42 _' -a

; have underettotl from n reliable source that con, Oa.) i i" conducting in person the!c improvements telligeneer. Ne.v York Weekly Day Bonk SavannaliMonunjr dtrs with! .:.okst t. vr b-ws must be forwarded. to

RICBMCKD (t.1ITI. Co : j T" I our temporary *Krv from the State has together wit!. ll lie Farms on1 Ollr.I"lI11 atta--hcil. lip New!. ItHrlitnorxl 1 D'puicb, New York Dispatch St. Marks W House.HARD .

, T\<, t* t3 Cett-i'if. Tl.at we !,are superintended the | been (ht, tome cf our fritnd* !) ninjtiifinl iuto n *\rtnal rviiew the tender of his services to his old friends PauMiitg (Miss ) Clarion, and Little Rock, TIMES wills warm weather, make nuth House .
Isabella
.' .-\, it c> cft'ie t-.j"u Academy Lottery fcamneJv | nl>uiidmefs in New Port- and the public, and assures them that it is his une t (Aik,) Tiue Dnuvcrat. 1IjlIiHll'ppeal* against the 'reditstera.. that our I ., ? -

It'l i .t (.>., MaiMiir Augusta.. Gs.. from the i,I That rep'iit* are iKing carefully circulated ihronjjb- -a-'in aim to )promote their cum fort and happiuefs 2?.'. 14. 1857. 46iyNotice terms mil be eabli. or weekly pimiiM from regal- ALBANY11 GE RO' !

C' :' XUI. enit'ut fits drawing and till continue out the oiuf.trr that w. have ".M"lt here. l,K.k, as his guests at Moutvalr. -- ---- -- liar C'Ulltn'1I"U. NOTES it LA DD, Proprietors.

'j 1I"rintcrJ:| the !:.!(. Enth drawing is solely | .t'ick. and) banel. nixl art dean gone." Whatevtr .1 WATT LANIER & CO. St. Marks, May 22, 1853. 21 [Stat copy a e

and i-v. :.it.ly undV our ,control and we can 1140 j th* m<.live. tK<' wit/', we think may have bet-q fjtliert. June 19. 1PS3. 25-12t .'J11E above flOTEL in Albany. tile present tennmUll

.:c the ;pal.lit that the rninagers ere rmn of If':.- ': the tliiulit with tie p"ltclP. Bo tiii-t however ;I --- SIX Months after tim first publication of th m- Maryland State Lotteries. .JL of tlC Georgia and Florida Hailroad, i is

or, vsjitvUbUin .n.l fiir 'eilin2. and e\erythinj I An OrdinanceTo the undersigned ndmiiiNtrator of the Estat-
MS it m ii!. wr ito atre our frieiu! th! public that I now op H for the reception of tIe
innevted lib. the en:ire u.ine curried on with of Antonio [.tul.. ileceased Lite of Leon
1 v. I we will 'nut Fall le at abe and Killing to ne'rre I atffadan Ordinance eufiiltd .A tn Ofdiianee IttttalliJi comity

the rnot ecrupuloti .ind exHit iat,-gritv. them a* tee fiit tier Inn ktfttffore. Our Stock will I and regulate tfie Mariit of tIle City of will present lii* final account and vouclirra to theJudgi I H FHANCK & Co., Managers. TRA.VELIKG P.UBLIC. It

LEON P. m'GAri. t C.! 1 \IIC ample. nn,1 l vre **.a.\:\ 'rzjxi-t nil our customers tocotitmne I Tallaliaxer. end for oilier IIf1.t8tJ'2ht I I of Probate of said county and n!k to be ii$- Matyland State Lottense, preeect tie ful- The I'IJe ami 1 Fiiruilnr ass ntw. .'nt; r.pn.-
purpoxtn
FREDERIC C HARDER their patronnee.xcct th.oE'ho cannot July, It 23." CIIlI'1e.1. .. It A. SHINE AdwfKiy I OF lofrhig S !lticdul Schemes tor it determined to make it a / .

I AtOt'6TA. GA.. June 7. 1SS.Morsti. I tin f>u eihout material injury to thcrrHtlvts. I June U'. 185S. t-tm FIRST CLASS HOTEL
Stirii'X. 1. De it oraaintd laid tlit Int : Very '_ '-tfulv.ilcNAUGHT.! --NO 1858.
GA., June 'tll, 183. :1 r j : ORMOND & CO.j j City ( .11:1111'Ta'lahaxtce. That tbe regular market 604.YOTlCE I and linpet by *tri c.t attention ll'* wants of hit
hours from day-lisht in the morning r.n- Guests to merit of IM PnMio.- .
From Ions pcr acquaintance: e with Leon P. N 'rrrt.1'1a, June :O. (July 3. 1S58. 27-3m) j til cizht oVock.. r. fitfia the Cist ,October to i They eautiwti purchasers Tickets to beware rfor putruiuic I. IL DURHAM.
bj js and Frederic P. arl'r. we take pi eat plrasur : I del iiitf Tickets in L<>ltenvs where t'atr".tf'.lin"rl| Proprietor.
in certifying that they! are mm if the high."t John Q. Ciimiartic, A'hr.'nistrrtcr! cf t'-e Estate o-f I the float f.f March ; and (rim dy-liIat in tbe mom- FoJ JESTOP.I.W '. LANV5 TOMAKKBT large Capitals lIre ofT.-red for a small Cost of Tiuke: Albany. Os. >Iiy C2. IMS. 21-ly ,
until tl.n..t'! k, A. M. from the first of M.nh
m; K IN THe
integrity an'dpioi.ity. and ia tl.it community are Fratiklia T. Cmmnrtie decent, I I -all such are a. in>JI!&.
the first of Octaher-nnih that much at 'ri:i ini. .
esco4naell.a1d: regarded as highly bonorabl and I u. I to co lie" STATE FLORIDA. TI:< MUM'land L..Utrit'sll1'Yt' Wen in existence for Family Groceries.
af 'resnid incoBsi.tcnt herewith Ix anal tl. .-
tic o < as i*
worthy cUZeDf. 11 CONLEY.Mavor Jatrc .7. Ciomerlie: Lutbir Cr*martie, CaUiarircCromaifif I F\Jrty.1"e.rs. The are drawn by a Stntc O33ct-r. : % I
of the City of Aususta. I I Margton-t F.nson and her hub nd) Eli.ia cau.e is i hereby repealed. PASSED June Ath 1S63. --- aol ran be relied on. If pun .'raw a Piiif, Jim will i MeN A t'GIIT, ORMOND, & CO.
-
I D. P. luttndjLt.CH .
IIOGUE Gereral
JAME's M. r-MYTHE Fasrn. Eleanor RuhhlIT1l1n.1! her bu'band George 1)RSANT tot a pr5'H in the Ap- pet youj mtiiey. '1 be whole cuui.t.-y i ii fi loJed wi'b
Postmaster of tic City of Aupuus. !I R>binvn. an-1 C'larlm BIII''t'tnuln.! et! al. i .\aiKs IfuTcnixwN, Clerk. JL pi<'rmlioii! Act .f 18th August. 1556.placing Buell' Lottery Ct.nt'HrlIV' ,.tl.em.. -A HE receiving fr"\essels in p rt. a small and

JOIIN'P. KING. r'HEiilxiYe nann-d tIef.! tidtints are hereby nMiCflJL : : Jut," i!. \K<*. 25 cndtr ll>3 r..ulr.I..r the O.ji-r,: l,' n.J, Oilie,'FLOIIIDA r- Order in the Maryland SLjle L-Httrief. /k es'tfiKirr .r.-ptr (l GHOCERlEd. ineJndinj 'I
-- ----
2t Formerly. U. S. Fcnator. that (11!.<' un'.f. I%."nrd .<'n.ini.-trwtor. ..f the f' '.te I .!)tarr''. ZTwiUE u l.ret I C..f| Sovrar. Lar. Ac, Fits 'Brawly and \Vioe

:: I I I .,f Frnn!lm T. Cn; >ii..itir. iWei.-i'!. lic fi)1e-4 "J't'fi-I Notice.A gleen, tltut from and sifter June1n). the filth dny tif asAoytrzcmrr 5Cflt4t.Mary1an Also UiU: i'.Ai"ta. lc. .
II MEETING of the Sixkbolders of the Jail lIut.lIU the vacant pnbl C Liu l. embraced iu State Lottery. ALSO '. I
I tint in the Cleiki 'fhce of the Cirn.t: C. firt 1'f Len: I '.

Spcrial Hotter ;I CoU'itr f..r tie sale' .>f certjiii" ,la-id of saij ciliate, ilaueee Rml Rond Company ni I be L .Tana'I! 'I tile fulioS ing tnVl'.I1.ip' and parts of lowiifhipa. b're- CLASS L, A large and enrrpUte stock t[readies. Oin1T.D1p'

,J enbed 11 paiil fur distl ibutitll1. and c-inlmjjto A resolution p s'seil lit ll-cir l l.'t Annual tofore r-a-rve.I fur the use of iLe late Miit! ry 1'ott .
vn r
I I petit they To be drawn In Baltimore Saturday,July l1I.1SS3. ft',1 l Clxldrri.! Shif >>"ts nn.1 Hootees. AIM a ,
notified to mill salt Mi-ennj: r-n the 2uud Wf'dlif'lIlY of July next. ((1 4tb,) at Palatkailll! lie rt'1I"r",1 l to maiket situ llJiJ open
ENGLISH REMEDY. i: rre hereby appear nn'wit pfti- 14 Prawn Ballots la each or:8 T chris lt ctitrb t>f Dry tinnif?tt e. n>pmmf in part LHy'
THE GREAT ; that on Monday the IStli tiny of October tn-xt. bing et 10 o'clock, a m, at 'l>' Office of II e Company.T1IOS. t. entry at privi:te tale at the L--IIU Office at St.Argii Fack-ge I lrr.. G..!Iii. Pjiiitn. 1.ilkqti. plain( and drill! ***,

BIE JAMES CLAEKT8 CELIBIATID FEMALE: PILLS.fref ;I the first day ".( the next re:ulnf '.minf g-ii.l C.iirt. BARNARD SeJ'y. !iine. the same bating been beretvfo. e offfred Mating Ticket more must Pr.jr.coiiiain I tlian U drawn Clanks anmtjera-E ery, *Package. thai there of 26 KVH! ,c.l at.d Ir! 'W" D'nicftVu. O"haLurrs, Tuna

area from a pre cril'tiMt of Sir J. Clarie't, J/ : JOHN Q. CROMARTIE Adiu'r. I June 1!. 165 25-lt at public sale, mSJUA : are 14 fj.z.t w It W*oi, ..te.&e.ALSO "

D.. to the Qucen. : July '. IMS. 27-1m I of the base line, ajid East of the principal 1 Grand Pelac 1If... .140.000 1 1'zo: or.3 01'0
EftraorJinary
f/iytician -- -- --- I -J.1lantati n for Sale 1 I'nzo of .... ... lOtou I 4 1'Plzca of------ X.MU A small bat t wJ ,- ftni-hi of Hat*.Caps. Cloth,
ThU invsluabl medicIne i. unfailing in the cure "f all I Meridian. 1 ... .'.. ... II1UCU 10" .. .. 1,2-9 inz. M.irt. C<>lar! .. X.ck In*. Ac; .t, ; ir' etber
thou ptinful aDd daagerous J.;.. t'l to wb.ch the male Notice. CITL'ATI.I) m CiOumlJA eountv. State of florida S.'iml 13 to S6. me':.iiUu"iit cf oil other articU cauallr. : I.
I k-J t areity f.mr miles 8"ulllof Allu-ntor. Ilcon i(>tsf I 1 ........ 1")110 II .. 'SitUI
conatitmlon b subject. It noderstet all exrru and removes O1X mrnti a fmtn tie fir>t pnblkntion r>{ tl.i notice .> four lofted a rca of fine Mirl nnd) Clay parts t.f t-.wD'lup 1 t., North and West.f tie St. ... ...... tI.UU IH II ... .. 1.0 55I4t'II" I

ail obltnlttl.nl. and a speedy cure may te relied .. I i iTO ; O the oiMK-n-lune-l! EN "..!'-ix .ftl'c 'ln.t Will atilt&atineIt I There ill rnildinII.n! the J.-lm River, and the frtch..rlfl <>f tnwruliip 11. W'e.tor 1 ...... ... 6.00 Cl ,.... 110 such .AS- -
LADIES : are nfctc'xry I'II'e LIIIICI.-1| tl.f St. JoJii.s! I Ilivcr, of *i.i.Sertitinit 1 6.uU l -
XARRIZD I D.H.1.-1 L. lsok di'epa.ed, latent Lwnoicnty. other have been mnilc Hinfft :::::::::::: : : : '
tiesnahttily rr.tiiy I'.iptovciinti / Id 9 all oftowi 1 6oO :::::: lr.'n It.ies. Spade! ;:*", ,. Plow Straw -CntUts.Ci .
n I. peculiarly salted. It will. In a short tame, tnng OD wi'.l 1 ptei>eiit h. r inal mfunnt to the Jaigeof i' of the !Iniiil inw in ciiltivitiun. Constant W to (j. inc.usiveiittaiwnslap ; 1 ** ... .. ... siio 1I.e3l .... to I II. Slidf Jtllfd '
period w'.tb: rrpilaritr I Probate o paul entita' ,nd p,k t" I)* ,li'<.liRrjjrd.SUSANNAH ) the Land for man Iud ben"t. ( .a.i| titles ,ill begiven. .),ip 10. anil the fraction of fo\vn-hip 11. N rtb I I. ........ 3u.t2!>:W4 "- J<) >rn Slirlhrs. .I,. Crockery and
Each bottle,price: O.ie Do'Jar.bear the Government Stamp I, 110UCK. Exfx.JalyS. I' and Ea"t of Dunns Creek and Like Jiang' 27. '' .. .... .. a.CllO Furuitnte Al"o-Fl.tir. Pink BNCOTV Su
Tli-r i is als. Tract | Hamiroc-k adjoiniiix "
at Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. i IfS' 27-CM I t'lr w'liclican n! t ofgn.id (HHIIn<<'r my hand nt the General Land Of. I 34,<12 rrz; ..:..... ..Emouatlng t-........ICGUCOTliktcs gar. M.l IM '.. Lar4. Corn Bait and j
e.inic ptirrh.iscd.ny one
CAUTION.Tht I -- -- --- - --- --- -- ; filit the City of Washington, tin* 4tb dayof lift, IlahM t\ quarter tlM, Eighth 125. Liq'mr always on haul sad i'epiir.ishirtthyeacharviv.dfrocx ..
tliia !! .1' irt-l!
P3i should not be taken ty females daring the feat I Notice. I "i.hll:1 tit i>eit e i eul1hty."tu ) to Mavr183SFllOS. C-r.flcau! Package of2 Wholes.. .... ... ...$Uf.ro .-
give i nie A call, n* will Re: a bargain in my place. A. I1ENDIIICKS Corn do. do. J6 Halm ...... ... I .to New Orl.ns, In meet -
tree u.tnU.1 Pregnancy. al they are sure to Uiog on Mia i LT rrc-4itnia If;'twR. Htitl pei'ons ertitled t<> I Any iif.rtn *.ion can !hi Ri,'er>, by nddr! .in" ".*' nt do. do. Quarter. SV.5Io. the w unlit of their

:a-r.tt. but at any oilier time they are aafe.I ; .t\ aitrd.otin.i.: .f ant I in the E.-t jte of C. G db..M. TU"lt.DlIggt'e. P. O, Coiumliii com.tv. Vln.t FK-iida. May 29. 1PS8._ _rll1* ______ do. 2tuightht---------------i :::::::::::::: I1.lt. : CUSTOM KR3. .
I h aU: cases nf: rvulI' and Spinal ATfCticrs: rain In .
theI bvprt untitled C. Ii. \V. COLLINS. ISQAV I'lDLIsUEU4ANIFOR
atc of Le HI emily .ll'e""l't", me ber- t. AS B rOSr.SALT AT FAJK rilCTV. '
rack and Drub. Katicne on alight eirruon Palpltatum! I! the .T un, 19. 1 1tzS.; 25THROUGH HAVANA PLAN.
Mill i demamis!
I cnt their clnin : to UtIeIftg'tiCit: SALE BY THE NewpnrrApril ;i.J8S3. 17 :
: II.ne PU1 w.Il; afctt a : : .
he Heart ltyaltr.cs: and AVh tes, -_ :
iOII11..ul.ltl"'l.! within tlm time -0.
-ure when all other means Lave tjlltd.and although a poI I, 1llIlIulrltt..r.Ju1y j>r"*.rUw.l h y law KT I hi* notice will lie jleud in toni IN 4S-HOURS-! I GEXEKM AGENT OF THE WORK AH the numbers put in I the wheel. and every Prize "

erfU remedy da not cor.uin! Iroa ca'uinel anumuny, or anyttiinjr j iu another. SELECT SCHOOL
I i ( hair tec<>vt'rj ; ",1.1! all pi*''"" indebted to siidKttale I ,. ? C. DREW Bookseller put > <
hur'J'jl l'i the coa.-Ut.on. mu iiQutslcil t. nirfk* i..m..luue payment ------'kI. ,,;tt; I In tki Plan irJtirft. the oMfafhioneJ inodt of ,
r.n rcction. a rfomp n> carh package. Sole Agrnlfor Adii.t'r. r .2 CSDEHSYCNED boo heave t toiu5'nynth
i to JAIEST. RC11ER, K -* %yf** Trtf'T '**JC yc CKSNVir.LE, FI.A., Drawing, tterj J'rue it draern out.
ibe CnltoJ Mates and Cantda. JOB )O I.5. '' I 1 ciiiceiM of Till aWsce sand viiiiity.. that ""propn -

(Late I. C. Baldwin & Co) r. hClter. N. V.V : July 3. 1668. -SwI Wt : THE HISTORY & ANTIQUITIESOF Maryland State Lottery. I tr t.. > pen1. .. <. I 'A e ll 'o I. 8'rthe

E.-11.00 and 6 postage sumps epclcwrd to any authorue "I "lEXCUESIOlTTRIPSI'KK 1.q. _. i" a! I KXTAR CLASS 8. I instruction t.f youth, luau g -wd..lz. eXMiirire

t Ag'.nt wiU Insure a fcoUe containing 00 Pills by return I MILTON & CIIATTAIIOJJCIIEr, I To bo dr.wllln Baltimore, XIJ, Saturday. Joy Slat, 1X53.2t in tmtliiiiff iu this r.ty. I.I"'FP.IJ' uutrringzeslmwl

tru.l.r ,! : 57! A UG USTIXE. FLA. Founded ... D. 1565. o.1 C5 Prize t 40 OOO Tutet-1 II 1 1We t.rr>-mitt<-<1 e'H-rpy, ta lueiit a share i-f j>ubliputioiaze.

''or tale by Edward Bsratrd Jr., Sole Whole sle and r.e. 'I KAIL-ROAD AXD STEAMER SPRAY U. S. Mail Lineiem1'VV'OO1.l3' I ---. -4--- ,u.lc.ill I The crnttrst eire wilt bet taken With
fJrTmUahai Solo w particular attenTinn t > the f.,1ia'wins1)Iifliuil ;; lli e..om'Urlt' charge bulb in t.
al Agent e. J. S. }I. Davidson Ag-nt HIS orV of the most rom.intienn 5 Intny regvd
TOiHE 1 eompriK s-mie
sclir.e. a cf 16 whole t.eke .
purkl ; *
I nml .1.. '
for Quite). I JL I i:iterestm. I.'rti"nllltr the early history only f80-a.1 l rtlr ticket P'-crv s """ -jS .
e.tuag being
every
F bru.ry 6, ISM. 6-ly_ BAY Lcares Mtl'on Tuesday's and Friday's al 10 Florida ; the 1-M'eliIIujjueni* settlemenls on dIe w.Mrantl to draw ?10. detcrminr! br the rutuber AI etlfUr.tAr euii! lie KUa'metl amt tlmrorgb at en other edccalioo'wi.1 liWtoblioA LeI in
I gvefls. any
I Uivvr S Jolms the MiMacie of the UugiwMv-ta by
;
IIark.li ; dra 'ing the Friz wLethef taIl
If oWorf- Capital creven.
roar hair a. m.Lcares the State.HH aa ..If'.. the puisoesgwllI.pnas.

Use Prot Woods Hair CealoraUve. Chattalioochcc Tvsday's and Sotur.JOl'8 the.tine Spnuiiairdiin.Icr| by! tlni Enilj-l Menemffc npder. M"; the'r Siegi-n and O"lelh f St..rp Anpu <-. I aU anti] nipfti-nt asi i.tanU will be ptoCurtd! 1*

If roil Bale Ii Cray, Steamer sruxciDxo KnOlL I cvnuectiou w.th tie SCHOOL a cfan* far.. .
Trot Wood' Hair Ecstorttive. after/ the arriral ty'lhr from tc, by riKOltCE li FAIRBANKS. Vice Pre.iJ ut

Vie I I Aj'alaehicolaandlhe Slagffr&n Tallahassee lo'I"'IJa Hift'-rk-al rfocnty. ctarcrioa O P&rzD. ritzzs riTi.iz M mI. ;8o0KxEEPINGa

If your Hair U Thin rae Fret UooJ's Bate Eostoritlve. will be end 'Co. The work forma n ha.i. TTNTJL foilh.-r notice. An .xcrtion Trip Fla., SaiulriJge, t ........ ItVOO 4 .... 1W
Iftoit: are Bald, LJ rut on every Saturday, cwiuujcncmj on the TWO-HORSE HACK! f,( 20i pngts, I""jllu.trat will, ureral Enaravi nf 1 ...... t.lJU'1 4 .... W bracing a C"nT5iWtLiil life will bfaHy! l.
Use ProL Woods hair P-eatorttlve follows IN GOOD incluJin! a newly .'tertl Portrait of Mcnenahez.St.bciptintqwt'e. 1 II ....... J.UOO 4 .. 60 enter up m the dulir of.. CoanwOJ-heoai..' .
16th iukU. as : LINE i is flcJW tn first.ralenl r. The woole ....... 4 .... hoI -
tJUM
If hare Xervooi Headache, TIllS payable: on t!.hve'l. $l.J5 ; 1 CU"i _lld'lIiJfI" Brai eli" of Ea"liah. per .

you CM Prot Woods Hair Ee t raUTc.If Leave Suti"n 3 at .7.1 S a. m.Arrive o'k lia lumen renewed with new and comfortable by m,ill. jHwtpaul, $1 t.5U fw f'PJ. Persona wnd.ngbv I ........... laxtofe Isiot ...- M Term of Fir M.4itba... ....;....,,...135 60Pnroary
.. 8.15 careful. 1 and
have Dandruff nt Tallahassee a. m. lla Tb. Drivers are er ae- mail coo petal I a f 3 till moat cunventenily the : MO IVpartni..'.....'......,..Hi. ,1B00T1
you TalUhasrre at .8 SO a. m. V liberal allowance of Lsgpge allowed I i. "
Leave commodaun. ....50
f cf the SCHOOL-
Use Prot TCood's Hair Eeatorative. price t> two ("pil'pot't paid. > esrreWit winMONDAY. .mmeaee .0
Arrive lit St Marks at .9 80 a. m. to tacit ':" In 215. 1858. 2i 1 4001 .J.nuary'tit. let*.. -
If yon have Eruptions 1 II 400J S ...5o
UK Prof. Wood's lisle Bostorsuve. THE STEAMER SPRA Y -, 1 ...... too Ant f hafoipi allot, MiGinod; ,".sa3eeiLby.pheisthiait. .
AGENTS -1 ..<-....a.; 100 r. *. .. 60" ,. .u1.m1 Ud..lJtoo" ..aUM
Ifyeadc reGlowyIIar: Will lean the Wharf arrival of tie carl for the i At Milton Jan. A. Cairn*. I B. A. FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE 13) ....... V*. mw,,.............. 10400 Stor.o. CoL U. JJ.D&gaj't.. ,
Ca Pmt Wood's Hair lUstorailve. BAT. Retuiniog "' Oro
If you dctlre to preacrr the Color, Arri-e at St. Masks at .S SO p m. Campbellou. '-r J.'W. Strum TTbcve licit*t.. lldves IX Quarter*$a.6aAUngWCcrtiflratea .. ". It b.LCLATtOLD.ci5.S7. .,-

CM Prot Wood's Hair Beatorative. of-Fackagr* II Wbolea where u '
Cars leave St. Mai ka at f.4 p. "Manana. W. NICHOLS.Cbaltaboneh.ee. ,
I desire not to Iwwe the Color ,- peraom wish to pay the only, win b*seat t+.$50
yoa Arrive at Tallah "e! at ..6 pnz. D. Cout*. .
'UJj' do. do. It flakes, do............. 44
CM Pro Wood's Dar Betorattv Arrive at Station 3 at I..e PL m. Pasnger tan be taken through with certainty a I'I sou antOT ma 4"do. ICQiUTters. 4at.t 1do. Hotice.O \

If yon want a Cheap Article, and and with cvmtort. -wML't do. 14 :lg ih. da.:......... 10 '. ,"-
from Station I through to the Bay aecniitT.. "
rae Trot Wood's Hair Eestorative.If Tieirti and Con'r tnonil afl.r Hat I Ji Upr arat wy f BsJ .
OEO.P. YISLLER..Frop'r. CHTUDRX!! A1TD ADULTS LSOLVDIRO,
.back, U SO The Stnajers hive been 'IpeIl from" .knit lCesfl&.nd28airb.rI0the1ontJudgtef'Ppo-
yo* admire the Beautiful Lock. S4-4f _
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CM Prot Woodl Hair EcatoraUrt Ditto from Talhbactee. |2 00 TAPE WORMS. meroiu' eora|>UmU made to fl>etfl. -.f sesskkfuluseei.on t.le cor Jevrueu Ifoatdy. as ..isstWstmtne.els-

U yon admire the Beautiful Elnglcu litktU good f.if Excursion day, only. Wbile will Tax 'Sale. xrrAii nicz. 25 era.rnraxo the part "f tlmse.who have been *ttat
CM Prot.Wood's Hair EertoraUve.It these Ex car-ion Trips are continued un.l the' Can SaturdaTnvn.iiur. TN of fit vrdiuanee of tbe City.of Tallahassee un bID tr tit toU prvpritlort, of'.. 1<. resoai the eorre poodcnc .bw.ft 1. ... atllt-.k tv .' lie Station (.S on Friday parsaanee .
over
you with Beautiful Compl Ioa" instead of retnrnJtw iii h. Winine to Tal-! 1. 1 will ecU for cash, in front of the,:Cuortboose B. A. riBXTsTOCK A C4.'t' Pe.saz. Fa; M MId in tbe i*ewe name. doe W1LIL DllEW'3.1at. nffm4 '

V. Prot Wood's Hair Ec tt>rat.v. nOUSTOUN.Prtritlcnttt door in the city of Tallahaa.e Leon omnty. .. awe s fnoi te>pw. PA.B. I rap Order Tickets fjom the Maiu tr* maly.AdalreuaUletterltO '* .

It you with a Fact tree from Fimpiec LLas ._ E. Superintendent.. on Monday, tbe ILh day cf July next,,r taxes, doe A. VAUiTZSrOCX,nCU. Oa* .wT.rt Cayf K. FRANCE A C jKaltinioVe > Jar* I. IUIr .

U,e Prat Wood's' Hair Cestoratire.If N..B.-Partiea are expected to arnish chair owerereSJ.Jiaetlt raid city for the years,!856 and 1857. the (ullowan WHOLESALE DRU8Q13TS I CLIFF ST. lid.. .. .
wUb T sufficient to March e. tilL. ;, ; 10-11 J '
you to .S 'jo.pICKED
I1DC. lsoi.powuthb.ieofazwiltbe pay
appear dealers r. -
1 ef raayirt a1< nly 1KcaalM ,: : : .
UM Prot Wood's flair CestoratiT 2i85B. tS-tr *aid tax**,lo-wit: LMr Nn. :40 & 44 N WrA; N. >
Jnue ; I tin UitUte.r tits SAM..mat TM gt tkOntf > .p'. WM& ti-akp-74lLLsesir -
If yen want testimony omwhtoin. 1 1. 8* Co Q ). L ta:Ko t A 5.;N W A', Lot N*. ftl.Si Ice IcQIce >, ag's :
!r. Gesut.se B..ATiaMWocrt Tamrvwll ., .I ..bW2wiia r.teM-
Read the Circular 01 Fret Wood's Hair Beetorati.> -- ,:A Corn tor Sale. -' t' Co Qr-rLi N. "Old Pl.fi; Lot 8,8 | CoQr; It .

)3oawaottoftn4iTb. . :_ Coittf0' Apply' torth .L.t No.*0 A tl Old Plan : i of Lot No. !. N J, cQr. AST QUA1ITITY'OR'SALE 3''flEN1EEBT nrnremwar. Pri1' ftbages1..2As t---
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Depot 1a a&It4 Yarkat 1Ll k L Mieiewt a "O"'O"DUSBELS lie v-ile" ll o rtb'blT.l haNee.' dJ < Lot. 2 .1 hW f'8& AcLr1 : : AMES LIVELY, : : : > .. I Iafaa'1P.1Z5 'YO..wo.to. tliffic. '. eaMt,1)V .; -
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ty It taaiao sold by story popular I>ranWU tk. thy J AME'E: IIRO0ME* .; .' onrriiuion.s, r.f..al ole- Agewta fee .Tafla'e.prilllUt .< :. 3aoe'lIS83- i '

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The Floridian- &. Journal To.th Traveling Public T>: W : InA'i-- -- NEW CAEMAGE' SHOR WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, A-moo T c*> .ut'Vo1y- :

man undersiguea ,begs '}.. tottform the dfcJL TALLAHAS8EE..FLORIDA.
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. '
I.p-uUisbed every SATURDAY, by Lilly alttill C1UUS icasofTalUbaas sod:' that be btt } Wholesale and Retail Dealers

JAMES S. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE. 33JO'W7' S t Stage fALLAHA8SB2, PWtlD.L.wi opened a carriage fa this pJaee jombf A r.F CTVCEV or Conn.TI1f AND SBEBT 2 DRUGS AND KELICIfflS. 10 i
would in- EaoN WASI WnotisAUt AND RETAIL
Proprietor Brokaw's Stables :,
At TWA Dotuas per annum,in adranee" I 3L. 1 3NT 3E3 9 ;'THE hit friends ADd the'Z9WpubIic Urery J. L. Groner DEALKS iw PLAIJ, FNcT'ND JA p AxaED p. 1me.D.tu Surgx] lntnmfot..
that be baj rebuilt MS_ fa the building formerly occupied by SFiC Windows
TERMS ADVERTISING. Urge Brick Stables at the old stand, Add it now n where bus prepared to do all klDda of work in hie WABR. Oils,Vankhet,Putty Maof.cur Gu.folZl'

Oae square of IS lines,or less,first insertion $1 00 TRI-WEEKLY LINE of STAGES will run prepared to accommodate his friends and customers line at the shortest notice and on the most Stove Ilead- nnrfcr* and Glass Ware ; '

each subsequent 60 A iu eonnection with the8, A. & G. R. R, lear- He also has attached to his Stables,a good Black REASONABLE TERMS, A SPLENDID assortment Cooitng, Parlor Fine Soaps,Fine Tuolb., Pure Wines snd'MdII.lrBr.to. ,

Professional Business Cards inserted at 110 per lug Station No.7,Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays smith Shop,where be wJUhste bate done all kinds( such aa I painting and trimming;making new j- and Wood Storfc.trimmed with neatness. for MedicaJ J'I nrAoc- .
annum.AdrertisemuiU. on arrival of the Cars frbm Satanoab; connecting Plantation work,Hors shoeing aba Carriagework lathe buggies carnage and wagons.and all kinds repairing. Haring and dtiabilityat reduced prices. Paint Brushes Fan Articles.
net marked with the number of at Waresboro with the Stage from Brunswick; Tery best manner and with promptness and dis first rate. Out Door Work. Garden Seeds Havana Se'ars
insertions will be continued until forbid and charged passing tbrotgb. Magnolia, Milltown and TronpTille patch. .. procured a TheyhaTe recently received a zg. .wVp
accordingly. and arrires In TbomasVille oo Tuesday Thursday November G, lU. .467. Carriage P Painter and Trimmer, Roofing.Ornamental Front B ad.GuR.ring.Coper '* ;>/y of eTeryTariety of articles! usually .fpt"ir
Sheet Lead Sheet
fjy Certificates of publication of legal or estate and Satardal.teoiogl. Lea;" TbomasTille Moo- and Harness from New York, the uflderSened is prepared to do and Tin Conducting Pipes, druggists. Planters aol Physicians will always 1?
Carriages Buggies Zinc Lead Patent Cistern werkof
notioes will not be girea until the adrertising' fee is days, Wednesday and Fridays passing through the this kind of work si well arid in the latest style aa it Pipes done at abort notice.Pumps. Shop at this establishment a fall nanpIT of TerJU"D- 1a.
FIr Bile P. B. BrokaV. erery variety ded. and on the most
paid. abore tutrold places on rttutn route and eonneettog bj eaa be done at the North. lbralt.r.
with the Brunswick' & Florida Railroad and Saran- E SHHteiber has just received All those who hare this kind of work to do,and City and Country Ittcrcimnlm I Oder from the prompl filled aadiatkif.

BLACK8MITHIJCHf nab Alb "J AGolf Railroad. by stage at Waresboto. Ii+ i1Ae supply of Carriages, wish it done in a manner that will not fall to give Are respectfully,inVited to give me a call txfoie pur 1, t-t.(. guaranteed,with regsrd: botbJo pee aD quli
.. oft Tnesdayi. Thurdays and Saturdays; arrives : ;. and Harness,which he offers satisfaction;wctld do well Id call on chasing elsewhere. .fty"CUBi.frwstlrtsr? "!fJ.
t Cffpund.d
'-' lo Savannah and Brunswick same tTening. for sal tin th. most reasonable terms. WM. KUHNS. N.B. AH articles manbfactijed from the All.Eppln'uompoun
f NI'ICE1a bereby KinD that Through fare from TbomasTQle to SaTannab...$14 November 18, 18" 4ft May J, '87 jS best 13T material and warranted durable. No other very srtilawill .aD 1811 Duc'

DcaiIKMS BILL A co. Proprietors. : be offered for sale. I Cod Liver
G.If. NASH & CO. Piano Fortes. Oil.Hetice. .
will be continued as bereto- Mrtaiu, AgenLTtonptille 42
tore at the OLD STAND ofD.C.'WiLeoir, in the May 8, 1838. ftf8mJOHH Dealers in drags, Medicines, &.c. 1112 are prepared to furnish PiaDOrrJ"TI1 October0l855. T-'RESH' A PURE of the celebrated .
and firm of t' Fortes of the best quality, i I. iimaD Clark .t Co., &Rushton',. BraD.I
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name, style very Wises Syrups &c. o
recelred from New York per bark R.H.Gam- ; For sale by

H. Bi FittS & Go.dratefnl ciTY 0TE. JUST a general assortment of articles our line upon They the are most,ec liberal Hd to nou terms.*f Id any country either as OLD OtAtJ Brandy. bparkling Cider. ApriU.18S 14 AMES I LIVELY

for the heretofore extended them such aa Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid, Ptht. Old Port Juice,
patronage to quality or price. ,
JiWIl White Lead Zinc and other paints Window Glass of Chenies
Madeira Brandy ,
they better and determined to Instrumental be warranted. I
are DOW prepared L DEMULY, Every .
best Brushes Potash.Soda
Sparkling SardiDea
quality Putty Sherry,
NASH A CO.
SPARE 50 PAINS WOULD respectfully inform JOB public that be Gelatine,London Mustard French Brandy(very best,]) MILES 8 Sparkling Gelatins Preserved Quinces. SIX Mouth.the trm the firstpubEaUlonof thu, ?o-

en theif part to accommodits all who may fator the CITY tIOTELknown aa the medicinal purposes Spices, Pfcptjef,.Lemon Syrup, February2l,1868. Flavoring Extracts, Pears of e undersigned a dministrator of U>. 2.
them with their patronage, Brown Hotel.) and will take charge on the first of laks Quinine Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, Yeast Powders, Tamariode.Bpaht tate Robert Stue deceased late of LC eo,
May next His untiring exsrtioas will be used to girt &e.te, and a geqetal assortment of Popular PatentMedicines. 78,000 Havana Segars, h Olifes, ri ty, will present account aod, .,$
SUCH A8 full satisfaction to all who will patronize Urn. We but the best and administrator, and aik for a
Keep none tery tbe following favorite brands, now fn Store Corn Starch, Piekl *, di
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and RiO April 24, 1868. 17Nathans' hope to merit t6fcr paironflge:. OF and for sale by AMES A LIVELY. WoreestenbireHa oe. Salad Oil, Jan. 9, 1858. DAIftEL D.SRE.Admt'r.

pairing Carriages and Buggies I'A MILES NASH, 4 CO. 4000 Young America, : English Mustard Capers, -- !-m
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\ Plantation work of \ ff March 29, 1856 18WAKUWKIRON 3000 Ho Napier, : Claret Cocoa, Insolvent Estate
jjfRfe House 6000 El Mnndae Neva Londres, AMES LIYEL f Notic.
every description, WORKS, 8000 Empress Eugenia January 6, 1856. ALL pn baring claim

fltU Irons and repairing tdme, Ironing Wa. QUINCY, nrlP FLORIDA. : -w Por't F1a. 6000 La Isletas, J laUof Leon euntT eat&,de

Sons dnd Car, tel' 4000 Qld Figaro Livery and Sale st M. ees are hereby notified to appear an fife tL
and in faet erefy other diseription of work made of undersigned has again opened HOUSE of This Eitalliiiimtfit ii .l6w tnd'er f'nft Blat! 2000 Mori Hnra, 01 Ibfe.t cont
lien and Steel, aO of which we WASS.A.XT,and pledge JL Entertainment in the building formerly known .... 10000 La Favoorha, rpHE undersigned gives no- or broe the fiflb>y of. ,, ,for payment!rc
execute at the shortest notice.H. Riras : JL tice, that he has par- executor of said estate haTing filed
tmrsslres to the 6000 Andesdes a writtee
as Carolina house, and would be .
pleased to the death of Mr.Pond Mr. Gi ft. KINO of its
chased the Stable of. suggestion insolvency.
Livery
B.
FITTS & CO. see bis friends at boor. I. NATHANS. SINCE 10000 La Fontica .
any : all communications, therefore
charge; William H.N e"'lOm,in Tallahassee togetherwith the D. W.
7eb.2 1U8. 9-ly 8 1858. 14 7000 El De Orion, GWYNN,
April
relative to work, Ac should be addressed to him. I
12000 Londres. good will of the establishment and that be is now Judge Probate.
All work coming under the bead of this businesi 2000 Regalia Eleccion. prepared to carry on the business in all its branehe, Jan. !, 1858, 1-68
N"m w will be mechanically and neatly executed -
promptly 1-
Oct. '. 1857. 42 and promises tbe public with good accommodations 1I
at as moderate a charge price of labor &. will ia his line on reasonable terms. Notice.
Spring & Summer Goods -
justify. RICHARD SAUNDERS. Month
This Establishment is not kept up for the purposeof DENTISTRY.DR. Sep.6,1856 36 SIX the after the Erst publication of this n

WX BATS KECKITKD OU* STOOC OF making money, (strange to say,) as dear bought T. J. CUR LEE, count and, vouchers undersigned will present bU final a.
has demonstrated to me,it cannot be done I administrator the Estate
experience
in the
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS i in this region at this branch of business-bt for the WILL; continue.of DENTISTRY future in South prae-_________ FULTON FOUNDRY, of and Eliza.1.Jerkins, deceased, late of Leon county'

Per Sampton, from New York: benefit of tbe unfortunate who happen ttf Lave Engines Georgia and Middle and East Florida. TaJ.1.ahassce, F1.a. uk. 28.for a discharge.. W. n MIL Admfr

-0- and such Lie, to repair. He has bad several years practical experience in the UNDERSIGNED beg lean to inform the -

LADIES DRESS GOODS, The Pattern, Btbtl:, JfatJiinrry Tool, J'., Mng profession, the lost three of which has been in those THE that they have associated themselves in Notice.Stx
HATS Large, in Order, and Good Condition- sections of country. His work is of the most beauti- business, under the name and style of .
A 4- CAPS j. Job can be Turned Out with ful and durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed months after date I shall present my final
BOOTS AND SHOES! JfteUntu and Ditpatch in every instance. Cardy, Baya & Co., cnot and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate a

HARD-WARE AND CROCKERY! Shafting, Pnllies Plumber Boxes, Hangings for All communications sent to Monticello Fla, will for the purpose following? the trade Founders and of for Jefferson county,a adminitratr of the Estate

Shaftings, Spur Gearing Water and Slum Pipe, receive attention as soon as previous engagement Machinist,and are prepared to execute all kinds of Benjamin Windbam. county deceased,
SUMMER
Ames & Livelv CLOTHING I and ask for
a from said
Stop C.cks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars,Plow Castings, will permit. work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines I'I discharge adminitration
HAVE just reeeiTed the following./arge and well Plantation Goods Matting Groceries Ac, which we Sugar Rollers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and M furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. JANE }Admtx.

assortment of BRUSHES, which are will sell on the most reasonable term I. Gust Mill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws, Ac. RE SEE ZN ci 8 : Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds trade with I .eb. 1 58 efimNotice. _

offered for sale on as reasonable terms aa can be afforded 0::,- Give us a CALL. J n Ac, Ac, Genially kept on Hand,or got up on' Short GOT.M.S.Pnaf. Florida.S05' neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished
in any Southern Market, TU: HODGKISS, SCOTT ; POOLE. Notice. In Fact,Here k the Place for all that Want J.L. WAD l of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare I .
Faint Brushes ground from 0 to 000000, April 15, 1868. 10-tf Work in this Line Doe tip Right and with Di.etch. :.P.E.?LOVE > fHoy. Thcmnarffle, Ga. also sole agents for Hoard & Sons Steam,Enginesfor SIX Months after date I shall prmnt mr final
do do do Copperbound from No t to 6, Having some half a dozen Engines myself constantly W.fi.DILWOI.TB, P Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Sawing, and Hai I and vouchers to the Honorable Judge
White Wash Brushes of all grades and sizes I running,cammed the EaUblJahment to be erected Ru. W E. HAMILTO f M on ti Ci 110, Ft a.br. rison's Grist Mills fur steam or horse power. of Probate of Jefferson county.. I administrator of
Window do Horse do NEW COODS. ; JOSEPH CARDY I the estate of Aifred! W.
the same cause must keep it up. Therefore,you can .J.o.MeGan, I Raysor.. late of raid county,
Shoe do in pairs and with top knots": always rely on baring work done at the CeL.B.O.POPE, f MAdie 00,iia. WILLIAM BAYA, I deceased, and ask for a discharge from said admiu
Ssa Boot Bath Brushes .JOfltf CARDY. wtralion.
do do Velvet do JOHN PRATOEIOtS WAKULLA IRON WOEKS. Gu.M.WHIT SJHTH.,Alligator Fla. Hay 80.,'H. J2-ly I March 8, 185 RAYSOR .Admfr
25 ''. 17FroinNew _ 1061Notice.
April
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Hone Hair Flesh do curved and plain, MERCHANT TAILOR 11
Tooth,Hair aDd Nail Brusbes, in great Tarieiy, But Here Comes the Next Important Thing. A-
Dealer In Ready Made and fork a .
Clothlig
Infant's do do PAY PAY !!! PAY 6 INSURANCE CONPANY months
Horse do Flesh Gloves, Gentlemen's Famishing Goods. BRIG REMINGTON. SIX afer dte. I shall present my final
Win bound Stencil Brushes.d You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore PER OF HARTFORD.Interpolated u 't and t the lion.Judge of Pro-
do marking do --- and have work done without for a moment Sugar, Onions, II bate, of Jefferson county, as administrator -ds bonis
lion bound Roof do I am now receiving my Fall and Winter tvp dreaming of credit,but here at home,where there are CRUSHED Rio Coffee, in IS Charter nonof the Estate of John I,. LotIon, late of ui4

Handle Scrub do ply of Cloths Castimeres fastings no Banks or Banking facilities,or forplns capital you Powdered Java 19. Perpetual. county,deceased, and ask for a discharge from sid
Foonab and Lackering do cfc.O want 1, 2, 8, 4 and 5 years credit, and then require Bee Hive Syrup, Starch --0-- administration. G EO.W. .

Guilders tips and Graining Oorabs, Every Color Style and Quality one to ride from 59 to 600 miles fur pay, and probably Dried Apples, Soap, CASH CAPITAJL-81000,009.. AdmtY.de born. non-
Camel's Hair and Badgers Blenders, ultimately expand from Iff to 25 per cent Rice, Pepper Aprl 10, 1858. IHmNotice.
InURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY
FlEE
do do Pencils which I am prepared to make up in the most amount in collecting I Is this right I Ii this encouraging White Beans, Ginger
OS TERMS ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD,
Sharing Brushes-Badger, Buffalo aad BVistle, fashionable style, on short notice Home Industry If so, can you be surprised Fulton Market Beer Alspice AND CONSISTENT WITH Till LAWS .
Hat do that it does not thrive t Saleratis Sweet Oil,
Together with a large lot Paints and Pa *Cer(Ma AND REASONABLE TERMS Arrangements must be made for payment before Soda, Sperm Candles OF COMPENSATION. SIX months uDt and after date I'"hall present mr final
terials.Vor. -ALSO Adamantine Candles B. C. LEWIS, Agent vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Pro.
delivery of work, through some House in this place, Pot Ash tote Jefferson
14, 1867. 47 A Z.ABOE AX D WELL' SELECTED STOCK OF St.Marks,or TiflhbarBte- that is far enough from EfaecaroD?, green Peas, For Tallahasse and vicinity. Will fu annexed of the county Estate, a administratr, with the
hom'. ac'et.Bpifagul, AtrgustlS, 1857. S3QUININE said n Eli.lateof
United States Mail LifieF READY-MADE CLOTHING, You may be good, but we cannot run after our PIclles asaorieiJ; Tomatoes, lid administration.county deceased, and ask for a ware fm

bard earnings in this Department. Besides, when Yeast Powder, Current Jelly, !
Consisting of suitable JAMES
for S.
garment winter
)'- every wear, Lobsters.
such as Cloaks.Talmas Coats,Vests, Pants,tc,Ae, Labor is credited out parties try hard to make them Matches, FUST reeeiTed 800 Ovvcia Sttlph Qiitnlnc.fj AdlDrr. with 'be WALER.
NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST sel/es believe it is not half ALSOA -
done because -
which will be disposed of at low prices. they owe Farr Strand, together with great variety March 13, 1838. 11fimNotice.
A K DINTERMEDIATE Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirt Collars for it. general assortment of Teas. of pure Chemicals AMES A LIVELY. --'--' --

FRORIDA PORTS, Undershirts,Cravats, Stocks Hosiery, Ac,Ac. DANIEL LADD. -MI.IIO- August 8, 18n 32
Thofee New Por July H, 1857. i'tf assortment of assorted CANDY. .
tie llive
OONXECTKB WITH THE desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their An months after
ISABEL own interests by giving me a call, as all the above ar- For sale by R.H. BERRY. The Original Extra QualityCORN SIX 2 date, I ehal. present my final
STEAMER voucher
an< to Hon
tiles ha'n been selected with great care and with a pt.26,1857. 89 Judge of Pro
__ bAte Jefferson
GllSIH SHUP.T STARCH. county. as administratrix of the
FOB. HATAHA LIeD CHAJLLKSTO1I AT KIT WTCT. special riew to their adaptatioa to this market. 1 es
tate of Frsnci
...s- October 18, 1856. \ ly-42 Executors' Notice. "PREPARED expressly for Puddings, Ice Cream, ,sad ask* B.Stewwt.for a discharge late of from said iai county! deceased

TilE SOUTHERN HE undersigned begs leave to Inform the citizens persons, creditors and legatees entitled to JL Cakes Bance Mange Custards. Pies Porriges, tration. ELSIE STEWART ndminis"

A. B. OLARKE of this place anl surrounding country tit he ALL: otion or otherwise interested in the Estate Ac. ReceiTcd fresh by AMES LiVELY.Ot.Il3z. March SO, 1858. 12-Cm Admtr'x.

Steamship Company has opened a number oneGUITS2ITH of John G. Anderson deceased, late of Leon county, 42 ---

OF NEW n OKLEAK8 "f S now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of SHOP, Florida,are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Florida Reports. Notice.SIX .
X Goods, suitable fort1IIEIM and that be is no\r prepared fo do all kind of work and demands within two years from the date hereof month after
HAVING taken the mail contract for above ports belonging to his line of business in the best and most to the undersigned, or the same will be barred; and /COMPLETE in 6 Tolnmes.J I and vouchers date I shall present my tol
two first class Sea Steamers WEAR all indebted to the said deceased are as administrator of
regularly workmanlike manner. All work done at his shop persons leques.ted \ McDOUGALL A HOBBY j tats cl
iwice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the warranted. to make immediate payment Sept.5,1857. 86Blacksmith DoUID Bootwnght, deceased, to th Hon.
consisting in part of French and English Cloths Cassi- Judge of Probite of Leon
and ask dis
nth and and the JOSEPH L. SMALLWOOD county a -
29tb learing same evening. mores and Vestings of all! colors and of the bestqual tSf" Call and giN 1.imatriaZ! JfJ ROBERT H.GAMBLE }}) Executors. and I ebrg B.J. R,BOOTW RIGHT. Adrnfr.

!FHE "STEAMER SPRA r ity, which he is prepared to manufacture to order on AUGUSTUS BROWN. THOMAS J.PERKINS, ) 20.1858. 12- m
the most reasonable terms and in the Shop next door to J. & G. Znker'a. Harness
most
Horse EttabHthnttnt.
will leave New Port in tbe morning, and St. Marks April a, lS58. M-8m SHotfrg
terminus on tbe arrival of tbe Cars from Tallahassee, FASHIONABLE MANNER SHOP. SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the Notice to Debtors.

taking mail,passengers, baggage and freight to and Together with Tafiaoissie, Dee. 19, lS6'1. 61SEEDS-m Notice.ALL THE Tallahassee and vicinity that HENRY persona indebted the late of TOWLE
general assortment t
from the Steamer and returning in season for the afternoon a of creditors legatees and persons entitled Jo HIOKd will carry on theBLACKSMITH ALL fr
train. EEADY-HADE CLOTHIKO, GA.RDEN of and in the Estate of Robert ,'. sW.. MYER.. a.requt 1 c. "nard.D

The trarelling public can DOW rest assured that this that will compare favorably with any stock of Clothing GROWTH OF 1861 White,late of Leon county, deceased are hereby notified BUSINESSin tie all at R B dulaobu. t lt
long desired and frequently attempted communication ever exhibited for sale in this city,consisting of to present their chums and demands to the undersigned all its various branches and is prepared to execute ..20, 1838. - to and from the above ports is in such hands a Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, WE weuld call the attention of our friends and administrator or to Messrs. Owynn & Hilton all orders with neatness and dispatch. His work -

to warrant permanency and success Fancy Cassimere and Bearer Frock and BusinessCoats public generally our present Large and without delay, and the same will be barred if will be warranted to be equal to that of any other Notice.
Passengers baring slaTe servants must see to well selected Assortment of not presented within two years from this date. Blacksmith here or elsewhere and will guarantee

*1 aring them at the Custom House before going onboard Black and colored Cloth, Bearer and Pilot Over- FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our P. W.WHITE, Admt'r. satisfaction in every JOB. ALL persons baring demand aiua the Estate
20-8w HORSE SHOEING. Repairing and Ironing WnxH. Ware J
Sack Snrtouts May 161868. e/tn
g.A.lao look after your Baggage yourself.For Raglan' Black and, Fancy Doeskin and Cassimere Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate and O all Vehicles, plantation work, and all other county,are hereby notified to present them to t u-
will flourish the better in
farther particulars.Apply to Pants, consequently a warmer one, Just.Eeceived !! branches appertaining to his business dersigned administrator within the time pnssVibed

DANIEL LADD Agent. Beat Grenadine Satin and such as ours Elf" Call early or send your orders York.7K will receire careful and prompt atten hwortbeywiiibsberredjj those ,ndebea.are .
Barathea Cloth New .
Vests that you may secure the varieties"you desire. Per Francis Secor"from requested make
Fla tion. R.H.BERRY & payment immediately.
New Fort Jn1l1.18n. 28 Fancy Velvet Cassimere Silk and Cashmere do. AMES A LIVELY.
BOXES English Dairy Cheese, Feb. 13.1858. Agent. SMITH SISKINS, ,
White Silk do, Admtr
January 9, 1858. 2 I U Smoked Herrings _May 8. 1858. l -8w
SCHEDULE Of TRAmS Gents'Sbawl.
Fine Shirts
Dressing Robes Silk %
Cotton and Merino Under.shirts, 10 Kegs Goehen Butter, Congress Water.A .
ON THE Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. Florida Railroads 6" BbU.Dried Applet, Notice.
'. '. -,. .. 1 BbL Beans. FRESH supply,just received and for sale by
FIOR1DA RAIL ROAD..eeoB" -.AL80- Jij.111 1&QW_,- -.11--__ .J:i--__ ; For sale by R.H.BERRY. AMES A LIVELY O O IX Judge Months of after dat shall present to the Hon.
and for the of Mad
A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Al'rill'l. 1858. ITo Sept19, 1857. 88 ison. my final account and vouchers as county administratorof

Satin Stocks,Ties and Cravats, Collars, colored and AT Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernandina Plows. the Estate of Richard Harrison, l&d
Ladies
white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Thread on the 7th day of November, A.D, 1857 the following the shall then final discharge frm deee adininlttitio. -
LEAVES FERNANDINA DAILY, do. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and resolution was adopted rWBUXAS -luus. E. DAVIS returns her thanks to the A FINE LOT various sizes apl110 HARRISON, Admfr.
SUNDAYS Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle The work on the Florida Railroa-'bar ilS.. Ladies of Tallahassee and the surrounding for sale by May 8, 1858. l.l
( EXCEPTED) Thread and Marino J Hose, Ac, Ac CALL AND ing advanced to a condition which brings it into use country for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed MoNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO._ _ IlmNotic.

(\tf arrival of Steamer from1 Charleston and SaJ BUY. ful connexion with the business of the interior, and ,and begs leave to inform them that she has Jan.23. 1858. 4
\ Tsnoab connecting at Callahan with Stage for October 18, 1856. 42 the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to now on hand a large and well selected assortment of

Trader's Hill and Ccntrevil! G,. ; at Baldwin with the end being reson&bly demonstrated the Company FANCY GOODS, fof the springf,which she will! sell C CIGARS* LARGE lot just re SIX months after .bn present my &

Stag for Tallahassee; at Trail Bridge Jwith Stage NEW BOOKS.JUST : which has thus far conducted the enterprise consider upon the most reasonable terms. by and vouchers to te Hob. ,
for Middlcborg; and at 8Urk with Su .s fer New- that a point has been reached where (hey may hope April 10, 18 8. 15CoParlnership_ McDOUGALL 4 HOBBY. Probate, for Jefferson county, admimtr exoffHao
tiansTflle Gajusville Micanopy Flemington, and RECEIVED LIflil& to be met by the confidence and co-operation of the March 21.'' IS of the Estate of Nathaniel .
Ooala. planters and merchants of tbe interior: Notice. and ask for a discharge from said administration.WM.IL .
LEAVE Starke daily! ,(Sundays excepted,) on arrival NEW nOOKS dc NOVELS t tDORE Therefore Retolved; That tie Secretary be direc- New Maps of Florida ANDREWS, late Sheriff and
of Stages and connecting at Femandina with -A Stroller in Europe; ted to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company THE undersigned have this dar formed a e.. Admfr.ex offieio.
Steamers tot savannah and under the name and style of PuBLIShED BY 1 1858. 18SmNotice.. ,
Charleston on- Monday, EL GRlNGOTraf JTerfeo; upon the.same terms as heretofore, and to take May ,
Tuesday.. Wednesday and Friday.A. DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition; such steps as may afford the moat convenient opportunity Myers eb Gorxn.an., C. DREW. Jacksonrille, Florida,

H. COLE Snp'L MEMOIR of 8.S.Prentiss,Speeches,Ae.; to the inhabitants of the several interested and will continue the business in all its branches at T ARGE'and complete with Railroads and TowuJLJ .

May 1, K88. 18riis5OOOO THE.DAYS of my life-A_ novel by the Counties to take Stock. the Old Stand of Towle A Myers, where they intend ships. For sale by months after shall final
I
antbor or Margaret and Zaidee i A true copy from the minutes. keeping a fall assortment of all articles appertainingto UeDOUGAL HOBBY. SIX date present my ac'
and
Cash! ISABEL-A novel; GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y. Tohe to the Ho.JudelPhtetor
their Dranch of business and hope or constant attention Feb.6,1858. 6 Jefferson
( ,
a 3,000 Bales Cottoa ARTISTS WIFE-A novel; to merit the patronage heretofore extendedto of John R. BlackWge ceunty. A,Tate of ttr deceasedand

5,000 Leon Coffnty Bra&! VASCONSEL08-A ww note Iff purinanee of the foregoing resolution notice is the late firm.SELIH LocMnes. ask for a discharge from a e'l'
by Simms; i tf11E UNDERSIGNED makes the following pro- McDOUGALL 4 HOBBY open at Femandina where subscriptions R B. GORMAN. C)A HALF BBLS.Lochfine Herringsjuat landed THOS.O.ODE&Adt'
Jt rJositioor to bitr friends and customers,vie: July,'6'1. J7 \J and for sale, $10 half barreL May 15, 8 20SmNOTICE.
be price.
may made either in person or by letter, the TallaiaseeoJanuary 1, [16] 1858. 5-tf w -
First will -
He receive CM in for all -
palmed of MeN AUGHT.ORMOND CO.
Pure Zinc White amount the present assessmennt being $17.00 on
amounts due him on notes, bonds or open accounts. each Dec. 19,18(7. 61
share of$100.00. This is the owner .
company Sheriffs Sale
la the absence e-f CiuA be wfll receive
Secondly- ,
(GROUND in LINSEED town sites Femandina and Cedar and also
CoCCon ia for all bonds notes prepared OIL.) Key TO ALL WHOM CONCERNMOTICE -
payment or open ac 760,000 acres of land, property which bad been FIRST MONDAY IN JULY 1858. White Lead. i may
at its market : have just received fresh of this appraised *
counts highest a
'
price.Thirdly WE supply new at over 2000.000,and it is believed that a rirtne pf the Lien Law wherein Jesse C. is hereby, given that wi b
-In the absence of C further assessment of from 8.00 to $10.00 share Hall & Co is and Eventt PURE ensuing te
a Henry t o
will recerf e bethe amount of$6,000 Leon County factory,and offer it to the public with most perfect will be per party just reeeiTed,and for .Ie by State of change the
sufficient to finish the road Dame
Colson James T. T. Barclay B. F. E
Selbf' Fd
-
Bonds at t&ir market vain in of Bonds confidence as possessing all the qualities which AXES ct LIVELY. o
payment ren da & ,. College, and
GEO. w.C'LL Thomas and ahaJa Wilder
8ec'y..1ao. Robinson Holiday are t e'
tea aDd accounts.He drr a paint vuxt detirabU, ria: Its incomparable 8 1888. 1* a
April f is charter conform In all
:
,
9, 1858 2ffNotice. respects
and labor done
indebted to said firm for repairs upon ti
of Color
wouWtefcm hIs friends and customers that.Iala brilliancy ,f'rHdfrom poitonout. pel Signed behalf the Board Trus
payments for the months February-snd starch' Hut-never inar\p tike JUaltl of the workawn Watches I will expose for sale before the Cjurt- Salt. COUL i
or Liverpool Sack JOHN C.LET, President
house door in Tallahassee on the first Monday m July te
i inmates of .
are very heavy, sad Ite feels confident in consideration newly painted apartments durability 1858.
of the the moat situations next,within legal boors seven Silver Witches, Brig J. Carrsr daily u May tt. tJQtc.__
great indulgence heretofore extended in exposed and its great superiority -A Ur persons baring denaads tost the state SACKS, Cargo
they will.ONE and ALL com. forward and rail to W\itt Lead in all the various uses to which -tX of.John B.Seeit- deeeas,aga>tLE tf Jttffenpn sold.to satisfy said Benupon them according to law. J&OUU pected. Will b4 sbld low ifflarg Iota

themselves of the inducements offered in this advertfsesaent the latter has heretofore been applied. For sale brAMES county an notified' present 'tbesa to ChV undersigned BI HARD SAUNDEB3, .. oo ahipbOsrdt ff t'clfAUGBT. .
and pay at least a* anowt sufficient to enable & LIVELY. duly authenticated within the time prescribed "- Sheriff Leon county. ORMOSD A CO. A LLpffiOns demands againstOt

him.meet bis liabilities SbocW there bj April, 1868. 14 bylaw, or this notice will be plead in bar of their May!,. 22-4 w Feb. 6, tb* gsofftodiv Miller. .o .
any (I hope l'ODe) whose circumstances w9! not ena recovery; and all persons indebted to said Estate art: 1898.Burning ty areby notified to pr.so .t
blc them to comply,eYeD in part I bop they.will Notice, hereby notified to make immediate payment to the Notice. Fluid titf de td a KxVntor of the last WD sad tad

flome forward at once, and say so, close up their accounts SIX Mbotbsfrom the first publication this notice undersigned.. B.W.EDWARDS, Sb'C aDd SiX'r after tt*first publication of this DO- 'tit sa3 Andrew Miller within the tfan, prs-
and make the very best arrangements in their undersigned will exhibit hhr finaT account : Administrator 'uMonticello. officio. etb EataLeof OF A. SUPERIOR QUJJ.JTY.j1t'reiTe and scribed law thin notice.will..U p&.d lJlrtbereot .
power Jar payment hereafter that he may know and vouchers admnnstraSor of the Estate of John ,June Itth 1868. S4-8w Henry B.1II,4I,4meU.d will pVetitIis fibaT t-tb. .AE.UEY. b f .WILBOS. .

what to depend upon. DAVID C.WILSON. W Argyfe.deceased, late of Leon ,county, to the I account aarfaTppTr 0 the Jod -Probate of Leon .1 '. Jon ft,1SML t-X

Xab.13.1868. 7-tf Honorable Juoge Probate of said snooty. and ask l tka 00aat1 fJt it hsebarge YFOTh1aSdZSIOisIratI000SaidEstate. j
to be discharged. '; 'ffi>WARE.. >,BKADJORD,-. Laws 'ef 'Florida.TKHJSD .
PIANOS RECEIVED. B.a LEWIS, Admt'r. ALL |tefeof baring claims and d.mndscdeI4s l .JaM;i'58.,- .. ..Notice.rVTlCX .
ttttZsUt f'**a- Brsdeo *Meas d < Vt !-." to 1857. HOBBY .0-
May JJ, 185$. tl-4m l "t JeUo \ ia hereby flwo,&W I.ucI wamat
*
late- fi:,
ifftin-ri'rtTin'/'rrTI 8QL1,1U7.
inritli
.'pHE SUBSCRIBERS hare jost referred direct 'pnltMIBr'aiti Ir.TOT1 : I il ItA 11 lot 110 sores issued incise aLe
Notice. in tM timeiliniteaby tht, law,or ffir aiuawwiJl b.' .,1 '
J.fromtbesncetr.liabebona.s ia the United ,1aoDtk Mareh Srd. 18o Sto1ta A..
-&ax after
'
forever C. BRJBD9T Eztez4 :., IIiId 15&1-
tut fire months after the first < Henrr TiUa was deadwred by fira J J ,' ;
of this
**, superior publication
no- aobseri.eoaatr.-
.L"T
SIX Aprlt1a,188: _._ .t6wG i,;.;:,: : b.s4Cb-ths M Jtbet-Canaasawoer elPettsiooa
PIANOS *, the aodsrsigned,administrator of the Estate : : 7t IJX) th.e.m4frCn .Dyspepsis. DebtWy. so- AriplMatiosi wiJ1M.r..if. *
, *, of John-BoTyfcrfr.deeeued.late of Leon couoty. > : ;.-adaamiatratrit JsUfd aealti deranged stat otto for the renewed of the ,aam a eareai a
of various styles and prioea Person ; .*. ha or Sd
wishing to ldRI .J.
npplj thtBselvea,will please call atMILZS .wfll of present his final account the Judge of Pro.bate eltte t1.roII1I1t tataat,dsoaased. 4tt. ,t m reeoraineaded .. t hag aw, agreeably to"&LlZA.'pnaenWft". ,

NASH A CO. I Leou'ooentJOHN D.uk to be discharged. AFRESH supply just received d for sale by .. AAatV. Faculty.. e e FO a h BY 0. 11. BLOOD J.UT.Jama .

TaBeWssee, Jan. SO, 1838. 6-tf RE1CHERT AdmtV. I'I MYERS GORMAN. PHOnE LLOYD.. Admfc BtJ J. Ur' ..
May M, 18iS.tm May 2?, 1858. 21 Jlal2t."un. 22-Sm JTer. 14, l*$t.TTjZ 1>. M88.





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