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 Material Information
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 10, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00314
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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T r.I. 1.T T : ;'H4 If ANDERs il BCJiAJtLE8 SWA!(.' coffee' was bId or the brit iid tour, or the meat ,j, her band for bit coaf. Mr. Crandall gave turned once in lUK. .iigt ttii'fcr-
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J hl';' ; \ .. ,: VTiatsoe'r tbe vowed to-dav; burnt in cocking, be was sure to c.peak out ; her the garment Ttg-.ll11:1i1k you, dear." tion ; Peter Crandall pondered this now fact **

IEALER3 T S -t't01"n.oy- La.1'V, Eu a week had fled away,* and not always in over choice woids. The words were spontaneous, not of design iu his inner life history-the,magj (JtioH ,

I' A > DSOLICIIOR ..: She'd'refuse me! -As Mrs. Crandall began to fail in outward ; and spoken with a tender utterance. words-and going back to the very begfr I

ntrGSt PAINTS INEQUITY; Follow Aiid shall still I her and step purine' signs of affection, Peter perceived their withdrawal I He was but repeating the tones that were ning, reviewed his own conduct I. toward L:>
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MEDICINES[' OILS MAEIANXA, ILA. Ko!excuse me fondly I r' woo?. as the gradual $failing! cf sunshine, still sounding in his m.mory.S'liatjnstantflfeseen'ed wire and in his funnily, al Iy>.:'4pJ' *V .'Jr.

,: 0lltACTICESiotheCoUlt3ofJackFOn. xvhen clouds gather over th.* sly! in filmy \ to quicken through up b the evening st-her. bj*," '. -.6r tjrjjitof

\\rOULD inform ttelr n&d aud the public. Wabnn- If she! loves rnc-it were kiln],' Veils that deepen into obscuring curtains.- the child's frame She ga\o one glance of a single worJ, the wi /'.. cc-ue c:4nged,

V they have en luisd a food assortment ofuc iu tie United States DietiictCouit st.larianninnd at- Just to teach her her own tnfnd,' But the cau-e was to him A myitery. lIe surprise into her fathar's face, and! then I and quite ** sudd Oj"'l" rcc it, romc!

article as are generally kept in their line of businon .Apalacbicok.! Fur Letherloseme feltus of old! to his wifo ; aol. W 1 ked for her stepp"d awjyvith tho coat like one well I times ; t pantoaine. K.- &lhis error,
jnl will be receiving rejjalarly freb supplies. Tlichorm no more I'll seek her side-
? shall be reasonable. REFERENCES: Court her favor-fred her pride I u ct !rfully as h the beguiling. The homo I pfpascd! fo renc'er a service.: I an* ,:1t how unjust he had bc-n ; how cold

Tallabatacc l Apiil 9tli 1SS3- __ ._ lion.J. WA'Je- Baker TutlaliaMCp Vo 1-excuse me I feeling wa ss strong as cvor ; an.J, after 't'5 [:1' Mr. C/andall was surprised at himM-lf; -' find c-ta creel in I 1C:? coldr.es V rv carefully
H. L. Rutgrr "\ S. W. K. naif&. drawiiv* from the outer world ir'lie : mill he
a v-t I : anJ, for nn instant, half ashamed of w> : g:1l1rd himself afir aid; and
: Dr. Miles H. Nash lion. J. J. J-'inlpy. lIi1r nmJ. If ii idh3 vain display.; night-shadows! fell, he hatn/ t tiu he had done he ,. '
Isaac WiJrconAg'( B. Coluitbus, IfiiiaLnaDCP. Six can cast my love ai beginningof I as if it were a \'t"(aknf''i<. j- very prompt was in obwrvhg :! he little
Of'FIiJlllltlJ rXOresSlOXAL fcEKVICU; TO THX C1T1ZKK8 07TALLAUASSLZ 12, 1857. 60-6ni And thus use me; .ay a desire to go abroad from, his humble \\'jIJou have a glass of ws'"r f* a,krJait -.! social cccrteaies towe.dhis wifjai-; iJdreri
AXDbUKROUNDlNQCOUXTKV.OFFICE --- lor fields shorn as it v.-ju of! a chief attrac- ', father. 'I which bear.tiful
--- ---- a heart at best sanctuary }coming bicJ to her nre so to see, an J 27 evwtin
witb Dr.. M. NuLi DleJi.atc1\. eiftoftie. EDWIN A. IART, Shall I grieve and Jose 11Ij. rest ?- t tio.i-t.'ie! smile. slad lovirg tone, nnd words! i .' If you pew.! "* all:I their influences. The green Uiiugs

Mft.. 1'i 1! .".!.. 111 : .A..t'ilR v p.'t Ln-cv. .. Js'ol!cictiae. we! "I j(his cLangi'i' wife. 4begiro i iII _: \:C.-ujirLtlllifonJei'-'J pt hi* 0\\n r.jjlvu'ie. I flourished ugaii in the heart of his \tifr, and

---- Tallahassee, Jbioritia \V f frownfyVn. u<"rcr kill ; :. ;I is !ih:.' !'.;:. .tJB. '11. cott.lg : A tOi,.', -. .,,. ..y-'l) '..li'Urenoi! j t th. "(-"c" H!.-.->i>d there as of'ocf.! Tfcsrrvjces .
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Dr. !: ,1.TILL fraetice in the Circr.it Courts of the Mi.)- llut'e-abuse uc me it m f\\i\ l'childrrn, which, on"tBefr 1 ail vent, was like ; his accustomed answer to ne.irlii. /; h' -'"..J"lions. :: J ':' ''. 1.rd J'.wP1.I1L ,e
f ill l' Diitrict, and the Court of thisSvuto. ; ; sunbeams ": that fOOD becunQit'E' 1l
UII rmorrpsiosAL stiivicxa TO THE rvnuo.OFFICE Supreme Shall 1 bend 'neath her TJVnd the falling! down upon them of (
in CASH'S NEW UUILDIKO near the I. and lie. DiiUiol" Couit <,f the Uuited State, at -iind make my heart annoy her toy? I through suddenly rifted clouds, rather in I'I'I With what light feet did Jnnn tri;' from the fa'cr!: f'nd mother; and into the kind words

.,(. i TuiULaee.G. i J. llegliu.i.. Office our the Store of Messrs. iio;?---._excuse me. creased instead diminishing the nnpleasant! I room. In a twinkling the was. bnck. wh:; a I spoken, kind feelings soon flowed. It"was

Miy ??. 1848. 21 I j1 JRD. SO, 1858. 4 Aspect of things in the house of PeLr Cranj j cool glass of vratcr (or Tier father, who, as he I the beginning of a new order of things ia the
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MLDICALNOTICE0 t ti --- --- -- MAGIC OF WORDS.: dalL If the mother's heait had been cheerful j received it from her hand, said, "Tliai.k j home of Peter Crandall ; where, ir> good

A. jTpEEumi, -'"**.*_ and strong-if her husband had not shutout | you." ', time the deseit blossomed as the rose.
i DV T. s. ABTIIUK. To the ail unaccustomed to such Words as little things in themselves,
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LAW &. COLLECTION OFFICE the light it needed to keep its green things i appear
4 Drs. Robertson & Bond this, for service, these two but thy have grist The magic of
TALLA1IASSE: TLOKIDA. withered. and! its flowers in bloom- i acknowledgment any i power. I
[HAVING farmed a co partnership in the piuclic OFFICE IP \. IX IH1C SAME BUILPINO AXD OPPOSITE I Peter Crandall was not an ill-natured, captious would not have been so. The cheerful epl1t I little words were (fell to be a sweet reward. kind words is wonderful! Try"them, ye sU 1 1I

profusion, offer tbeir service to. he cit THE DOOR OF THE FLOCIDUN A JOl'EKAL OKFF1CE. or fjiult! finding man, and yet the,home would have given light to the body-would Tho r. '.her'I altered manner and way of !I I lent Peter Crandalls, who have fretful wives ,

iL".1I or Office Tallahassee over the and Store burro latily'tiJing occupied country.1ST 1-y Kctt. I ""\TILL Practice in the Circuit Couits of Gad den.T I of Peter Crandall was not a happy home.- have fifed every nerve with vital force, and I speaking was perceived by the children as I and contentious children. Try the effect of :

.n Hiirgs.i \ I Lc'f>n. Waiul'a! JeJToigon nud Madison, sod i Very little sunshine streamed in across. the every muscle with strength for daily toil.- well as by their mother ; and, as if by magic. I j a little hopeful praiso on your tired, unhappy i
i' !I. '5'7.tf nttcr.d r-rcnirtly t<> tl) e.to'.lection'! t>f rotes and IICi i tbres! od.! Was it his wife's fault { A visitor But the children! proved more a burden than the whole sphere of their lives seemed overworked companion, and see if it doesn't ;

-- BAKNAltTJ fr---- (:,it1lS.iu 21 any, 1'f..S.<.fe.jtJ J Coutka.V-if I who saw her in her usual mood, might, if his a comfort. There was, in their home, so lit changed."fchalll. I brighten her pale face as if a whole flood of
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I tle sunshine, that few green thins flourishedin bring clown your slippers! asked sunbeams poured upon 4 Try it .
WILL ('ONTItX TIn: GWYNH & HILTON lean to this opinion. She inclined to.fretful-; their hearU ; and tm! opening of a flower Jane returning to her fattier.ii I with your children and if you have in you 1,
I lies! and impatience ; and often scolded the he answered I the heart of true man will be
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS was a rare occurrence. But thorns to wound Yes, that's a good girl, a you so pleased
tT AT THE OLl S1CS -I.J I ."trxoy t-t La-vv, children when her husband should ceo .little and weeds to ofl'wid were there, and hourly: "my feet are aching ia these heavy boots" 'vilh the effect, that you will keep on trying. !

t'Xtt. TALLAHASSEE, TLA. i ill them to blame. they seemed to gain a ranker growth. I As Jane l! ft imO room with a springingstep until you will! scarcely rec*>gnJse yoor own t

-0- The Crandalls were poor. Mr. Crandall How in the home of p. Crandall commenced off household.-Peterson's Ladies' JIagaifl f(1r
-? D. \V. CiWVRX A 1C. B. 11ILTOHAVIUO \, I it was .:; Mr. Crandall drawing i
OF Tim ORT.1R, ne wi. vJ .
MtO. Cran.JjJJ: the S S or
; 1 of Lav, will cive their joint nttmtiono \Va, moth t Df{ aronn'd us, thousands and thousands of ou,,li lo! floor, than two litllo follows Caught lloU '
Cv,rucrof Ciiulou jaJ Muuruc .htl<;tto.TaiLiliass<.(. I all busfnoM entrusted! to tlietn. Theyiill attend fire cLild.'cn, the oldest of tnera thirteen years homes, all the chambers of which are made of them, each desirous of an approving word I A Young Man's Course.

J _uuary__19. 185 4.: 8 ._ the Supreme Couit the U. S. District Court, tnd the !I IC.'Ults old ; Lat their narrow income left nothing to dark and cheerless, for lack of the small, as a reward for service rendered their tired I I s:1w.him first at a social party. HP took
Circuit Court at Tallahassee, fond alao the Ciicuit { for tho hire of domestic and so all the and that in
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', oicU. spare of life father. a single glass wine compliance
IEIHC\L: of GatUdfii VTfakulla, Jeffi-ron Mads! .,u and I IIlauiilton sweet courtesies" so cheaply given, l
-5 e_ Count*. Office at the Coui Ix-usu iu j work fell! upon her. She was toil-worn and and so magical in their dr CLOne I'll: put one ia the closet, and John the t I with the request eta young. lad, with r

.,. 1'EELKR.J. C. IIATi- Tallahafi.fe.March toil-weary! at the dying of each day ; and the day, Peter Crandall was sent by his other." whom ho conversed. S ,

-- -- -- C, IS..8. ]'-ly same, although not to an equal extent! might employer to do! some work in tha house of a I What brave little men !r' exclaimed: I saw him next when he supposed be was .

Drs. Peeler & Bates, HOGUEAMAKEIi be KiiJ of her husband. He had more cu tomr. This work happened to be in tilt Crandall: really pleased at heart, and manifesting un.cen, taking a glass to satisfy the 'z1i ht

RAVI kG associated themsflvt1 in the ,piactict-! strength for his work, and therefore, could lamiiy tittiug room, iu \vhich wcic four i-hl-: I I his pleasure in the tones of his voice. I, desire formed by his social indulgence. Ho .

Md-lici-j! and Sur in'.-rv ILe, respectfully lrtratiteut ofu.lt oiler ATTORNEYS & (rtl' \ SELLl'nS emlungreater fatigue. He had the advantage dren with their mother. The lady spoke to I'm a thousand times obliged io you." thought there was no danger. .
their tu lle 1'uLSio I I.E'
sertCes too, which was a most important one- he in cml the children I saw him again with tho'e of bis owtz
acute: as well ai ..lro::ic diseases i.( Jill claracteraOiliec. : w x.L" "VV I him politely when came t Jane returned with the slippers in a few -
Flo.Jan. : of freedom from causes ofnervoqs excitementand treated him He had been meeting at night, to spend' short time in
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\V uVeiiah, Jiffritoii co, fuiuvd Kirtne in tie of respt'ctfjlly. I morr.",.ts, an* stooping down, drew them
a o<> :-lip
9. lg?3 2-( _--- I HATE. end will ctluiJ| tu ni y I rofttfiotnl praoticff u ittteKlitrvfted j the inevitable! exhaustion Hat followed. at work only a little while, when his attention i" upon her fither's feet. V.T.e'i 1 rime rose up, convivial pleasure. He Mid it was only in :l
-- ; He labored on at one kind of work, uniuterrupleil from tha mother nocent amusement S
a-d-t to tJnir ('are.I was attracted/ by a request with cheeks: glowing and eyes dancing in anew
.. ). 1'. liOUfi:,. .A. 1'EKRY AMAKEU. all! day long ; while she was subject to one of tho children, to go up stairs and 'I liht 31 r. Crandall thought her face I saw him tied, late in the eveniag.'irx!
Auctioneer and Commission : 1. IbCS. IS to perpetual and nnnoying interruptions'inci: unable reach home. I assistedhim
liy_ bring he'r E'imo r.rtlclc! sio! uuni d. We fay I looked really beautiful. S the street, to
--- dent to !IKT position cf mother :and house-kee : thither. He !looked. ashamed when .i
MERCHANT.AU.ABISSEI for this was the form of words utter we
request "
WILLIAM Thank dear. The words
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J\" ;">TV> -'-":."-.J V it'A-j' 1! yLw V ." I 1'ctvveen Prier Crandall aid his wTe] there I ia a (t''' moments. nor(I\Hy I saw him next reeling ti- toe- street. A

S. S. KWIGSCT ;.llJ'IIU'LLO. FL} : lilt r-ct seem to exist much affection. They I I Thank! you, dear," said the mother. I Mis. CranJulI: looked And lisfcneJ f won- J confused stare was on his countenance, And.

".JCTI NEER & COMMISSION' MERCHANT' July :'). lS. :;') Ijaa never spoke loting: word*, nor mauifcfcUtJ: C'ranJall tuJncd and looked at tha child.ilsr .- tleiingly, while! a strange gIoI't'T' tr'd her i words of blasphemy were on his loogue.
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\t.i..u \ .:I:, 11'L : -: I I countenance was trauqiril happy. gone \iI i-
'. .....". I I; 03 : IitctitfT-' a": 'T1nI'i.tftV: -;-5tccollretie -' "Jrin", I will: t..ue di.u-e: fc;ianxo IT *'J" < >i' l'r"t new fcj-irit! hind COIIK over her I srw Vn i-et-orrinioreile ..ura V palS
-- -- -- -- --- --- -- B.AJAHNESTOCKSVERMIFUGE I i of life were some-thing unknown \\\ :, please.'' i In banJ: ? i In ;. -ini--. !, pl.-.: >. ri{ \:1.Iho. cl.il- !i cold, motion'eis: and ,\'tu carried by his

tl'. \If. BREVIRD. Jr., I I their cheeiless! dwelling. Rude, boisterous, Crandall luokvd ng.un. It \....* t.o! tatli j c! i.:n iitliered aronisd! tfiir! fstVr! one cliw'j- j friend to his last reeling j I I.-.ce. In the small i t

.:"t"t 0D.e7 .!vt a'aw, : I i iI qu.i.rrtisoine, the children! grew up, brining er who {f cd sj >!>;:. On oi the children \ras j iii;; itpon- his! knee. I i precession that followed every head was cast 1
L2HASbi! I:& IL17 .\. I disco'd into cit: house lat was c'ncc'nifcrta- t fJ in I \; 'st have you bct-M rl.1I11: !! iliy, ,down and sccr.cd to shake with '
.\ A SITE LED .':. UMEDT rca I Ii sitting on tho floor, 1-csily- : cngn; !:: cutting | I uncommon =
!Is!. enough: \\iLhQU t that dijagreeab'e.inmAtft. instantl J1m'-,) !I" askiil! Mr Crandall of the rhikl.! S I
:'Irii :'. 1't' _____ i WP&M S, ]tuut pictures. 1'ut tlia started MJI ) '" I angnj'h.
The moher scolded and thn [
: punished"ingangerj Playing: was simple answer.
His: f.ithcr Lairs lo'tb
her mother. !
U'.d i. icftLcr IV CII1LURK1 AND '', 1XCLCDINO, I : and brought FCJSSOIS to j II I It gray were goiug 4 (
TAPE WORMS. J l.nt saw iugoodrestftpf.berdscfplineTIie.fathet : .' "Thank you, dear! ," was the mother' nekhowfedgeiuent i thrive; you !Lor a good boy ? grave in !orroIIi, mother wept (to think
soucthues scoWedJn concert but. ill- Xt lIt all tlit! time," answered the child. I
Attorney at Law ; cf the service, as ill tha former that she had evergivciibjrthtesuch achild.
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EETAIL PRICE 25 CIS. ways (eh an un;>Ieasa|>tseusation; afterward, I ') sorry ; Jimmy mv't try situ bo a .
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T.'LL.U iAs<':", FLA..January I ptr.fAEiD AXD SOLD BT TBS*propHetort, I case.' i al!! the thie. What have ben
B. A. FAHXESTOCK4 Co., I Pittsburgh, Pa., as if he had! been doing! Wnethin wrong. Will von waul them long !" aiked the good boy you NEST LE OF SPECTACLES. ri woro
17. 167. 3iyYqagc : ,I 1 K D f Philadelphia: Pa, ', I And so the years \nfpJ: and. the' sunbeams t lk1. i 1'I.iyin- I time new side of spectacles-not because

&JrIcGTellaii B. A. rAHXESTOCK, HULL Co.,New-York City, came not across the .threshold) into c No, ?JcAr only a few minutes. Then I I Iyou Oh, everything. Horses and dog, and! I they were new. Reading at a hotel they

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 51 CLIFF ST..! their dwelling. Occasionally "Mr. > Cran-iali ball have them again. I tun-ing np Jack as mother s.iys." I dropped down! his nasal organ until theyf

--tt.Ol..12 ?7S .:t 3sw.. i : Buy of respectable dealers onljl I I obtained a brief glance into 'some ptlier The child} stood patiently by her" mother's Mr. Crandall! langhJ out at the reply! j were in a focus with his nose, he reading all

1-iLAcncic is ALL rnr c. rrrs OF wur i'Louna.thflco Examine the Initials of the name to be sure yon get the I I II homes ; and as the pleasant visioiupassod, a sido until the scissors were out of service, I saying, j I the time intently. S

al :I.UtuC. :: ,. _Only_Grnvint B. A, FABKEITOCK'S TrmnrroiII j jLIVELY I II sight would disturb. MS bosom4L1aht and and then received them. You turned up Jack mostly, I suppose." A wajrgish acquaintance of hi, approached

C. \OX G E. . .J. F. McCLELLAK. I .tIES & warmth: were thereSOij1etLing''wj'wr: j5, ?&%*.. > II Thank you," she said, as she took them 4' \eli. I guess I ti! I." him, UJ iug : .

_March 13. _18_&S. 4Deni. ll-f________ _- I Sole: Agents for Tallahassee.Apt" I n 'i- his own Jiome; Irom her mothei's hand,' and then danced I Mr. Crandall laughed Iga tt. Tim spirit I| Mr. Jones, why do you wear those gold-
- .l 10, 1S53. 15lyMEHIAI4 I Ii that he had felt for a great w$1and.ifedid : back'singing, to her place on tho floor where of good nature was transfused into every I bowed rpcctaclest"t

F. Young, -- u_ not whqllyvblatne.hJ3 'if.BatJhe; P' the pictures lay.lJi.tAll heart. Even Mrs. Crandall usually in a "Ah, Mr. Sr i.h, because I nm so very ,

JJiJ r'i'q'frIlJ ( :11 ( 1q" i roTzcz:. I II act location of thov\vrong benuld j. ithi this struck Crnnd.ill as beautiful 1, and I fretted state of mind kIt its genial i influence. near-sighted.! S ,
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; AM) ) I \ cle.iily perceive. In the begTrmlrig it Was be sighed as the harsher image of Iiii own I Jimmy's bee-i a light good boy to-dayr" |I Xeur-sighted !" exclaimed Smith u near

hOLUJTuR; IN tQUlTY, I E WrnShine.FPECS ; diffWent. Then Ih''e'tis warmth i in the tome intruded itself. While yet at work, said! shf. in rn apyiroving vcsee. His turning I'' sighted I thought from appearance, you
(> VtH'l Ifci-IO.NAL EEIlVlCUi TO THE PfBLIC. heal t. and sunshine in the face of bis wife.- home. thispresence uj Jack hastt't amounted to muc''"." were ncar- rn.'erf." .
"V\7 ILL practice in the Courts of the Knotf Cir tie! husband and father cam
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*" T cuit tlf FJotida, aud the lYJeial Court I OFFICK a -inin3 that of Prs Gamble A Bctton. j I I Ii But it was in his memory, marked day after was hailed with delight. Every S Mrs. Crandall" was moving busily about, I Jones looked confused for A moment, aud
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(orrict AT o.ussriLtE ALACKTA COCSTT.) I ------- : -- daj as a iiil! records the-advancing shadow child had something to show or tell him, and all this lime, preparing supper. Jane, who then added I : t
REFERENCES: i UEDt.t14 NOTCC' 'I bow the brightness of her face diminished he entered into the feelings of each, praising never willingly gave her mother any assistance i I am far from being near- cnCfor f

CArr. J. J. Lcc*.. 1 I -0- I steadily) until all was eclipsed. Ah I It_ he their little hk'veiiK-nts, and approving wherever I and who was rarely called upon because 'I knew you were iu the room, before" I saw

COL. J. D. AICC.T, V CJiathtloii, S. C. Dr. A. Gj BL1'-KE, : had dreamed of the.cInso! But Mr. Crandall there seemed n chance for words of ap. she gnmibliil whenever ask"d to io j I vou."

FBASEU .t Tiioarsox ) t / lOXTIXUES to off.-- hit ProffSMoiial Strvices toT I It II was not a nan who looked inward upon his probation. It was the same towards his wife, j anything, now s.ik1, 4.

DC.. JAMES' S. Jon, I'jlla'ianet Flo.Junc t J the eitizeus (,f Coi.trtvilie and adjoining ueijh-) I own I'v.'o: -not a man \.ho considered his actions She spoke of s'Oml'< direction! sh3 had given to j '. Mother, cin I help ynq !"* T.uns A SHoweR BATH.- -.Doctor- S
<. 57._ 3EDLUU boibood. } iJcico! bU t Lcd to Ceutreville: Office iu their fOVcts others. He I' how did
I lii res-ideMce. > > I upon was, Crandall. "1 t!, dear." Tli.it dfai" wji! ,:!, h.i-1 fa-n!! Well your wife manage her shower

:M. 'WEST\ at Dcc.se* 1 t 5'1. L2-t( moreover, a silent undemonstrative man; "That was right," he answered ; adding, a') unexpectedly from lire lips of L'sr L'ushnnd, I bath ? .

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -- --- ---- I rarely expressing his! .feelings.. He gave few- How thoughtful you are !1" i had been echoing in the mind of .Mrs.J Ciand.ill I Deacon-She !had real good luck. Madame .

,I I i' outward signs by v.'luch any one could read A pleased smilj went over theife's coun ever since, and now it came irto! utterance ; Moody.told her how she managed.-
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I I sa b e 11'H|:; : ouse, I his heart. Here lay the origin of the'trouUaat tenance. I quite as spontaneously as ia the rate I She said she had a large'oiled silk capo, with

ApriI51856. _14 home -the beginning of the eclipse that a to it, like a fireman's, that come allover
cap ,
"You Landkorchief.ihis I
M finish
AL J3 AN Y flt GEORGIA. : forgot your pocket ; of her :Iiiisband. Ye?, dear, you may I
i FLOYD & HOLLAND I ____,__ left his lit;le world in almost total dark ee., morning," said the Fatter, handing white setting the taLk, while I dish up tho hi r shoulders, and- ,
--
when it should Lave beet hroad nooodaj/ linen hannkerchief to her husband. upper."I Doctor-She's a fool for her pains, that's
at Lav."yi7"ILL n'IIE alxwe HOTEL in Albsny. tie present term- i I Wondering almost at much at
Attorneys for Mrs. Crandall in \he the .
I It was not enough not
So I did. Thank dear An I he way.DC3ronSo
_l. HIUS oft tI.f' Georgia cud Florida Kai'.road! is yon received at her husband Mrs. Crandall after seeing
practice in the Circuit Couits of MidilleT earlier ears of th -wedded! life, to knOw I wife thought .' .
t uonop II fur the reception of the } the handkerchief with as polite acknowledgment I II Jane vf'th about thin my
T and West Florida, aid in the Supreme Cu-irt that Ler husband loved her. Her bertkd in words. move a pleased alacrity j Doctor-Your wife did nothing of tho sort
I
in
f the State. Also iu the District Court of the Utiid TUATELIXG PUBLIC. I manner as table, went into the kitchen and coon nil was ,
fc'Iio wanted 1 and t
fur living JOOKS hope .
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States in the Xorthfrn UiMiict) of Florida. The House Intl'uritllre ale ucvr. Tie I "prie. I fr.ore. II other littla instances of home that S
Quite
Many courtesies ready. enough to satisfy appetitehad I
words als'! and for lack of these, iugri'fti D ..o.0 no do.tor, .Le l need 'an am
loving ;
._ lU. FLOYD, OClo AiIaoLi*. na.p. I tor is ictetmined! to runke it a were observed by Crandall, who left Mrs. CranJail prepared ; but her thoughts S
I"
Office Flo.Dec. withered and its blossoms faded. brt-lb.!
HOLLAND Quincy things ,
CLASS HOTEL
FIRST the house when his work was complete, turned something else-something that
U. 18ii. 51 and t-tritt attention to the xrauts of ids I Hating toM! l her in the beginning that he upon I Doctor- What used an umbrella!
hopes by with of life stamped vfotild her the to ask him i if I
a new impression opon give opportunity
of the Public. loved afterwards married herm Zounds what good did the shower bath do
WILLIAM S. UILWOUTIItAttorney I Uuefts, to merit pationa lierhating; ,
his.consciousness Tho image cf that p cSt i iS f she should not get it for his supper. Yes, I
L. H. DUIILIAM, Proprietor. of his declaration and having ever tIer'! ., S
proof ; i .
and Counsellor at Law I ant home fixed on TiU mind like a thing I dear' How she for the words
was
was longing
Albany Ga. May 22. ItSS.2I-ly .
I since worked daily for the sustainmg of lashome DC:1con-Sbe said b. -(elt better. Her
: iof He[ had dreamed, faintly, of such I uttered the gentle had
I beauty. loving way they a
TWELLO FLORIDA."I'tT'ILL and keeping her far abovewants clothes wasn't wet a mfte.. She sat under
)IO as .
Nathaniel Hamlen homes read of them in books but tho little while before been but for her
: -or ; spok n-
practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir I it was possible! for him to do,. Mr.:Cr&ndjiUsaw t the umbrella for half an hour, till all tile water
: husband
him. The
now before nlnne. At last she turned from the fire
'IT cuitandTb' and owodcs County, o. t COMMISSION MERCHANT, no reason why lie should be all th T\i e' reality was ears had trickled off; and said 'twas cool aDd delightful
father-whose had brightened and! : tha door of the
to asH
March !!. 185G. _12-lT_ _ I No. aS Poydras St., New Oilcans.o passing compliments. He couldn't(do it. ?It 'rand that presenbe going room, very .and just like a little shower [in theluolln'r.
.home he knew, in a general as a ,
way kindly .
:
wasn't in him. He would have felt ashamed. ; :
LONG & GALBUAITU, I .
S of business, who frequently Shall I boil of fresh .
thriving man: came you a conplo C'gg'for _
Refers to Go,'. James E. Trooine, Tallabacsee of it as a weakness : .5
ATTOIErS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. I ** to the establishmentxrbere he \orkcd.His ; Peter!" I -
I Oeorce K. Walker Ksq. AuJ so, a'most from th6 beginning,, ]). your supper Steel your heait, said considerate father
MA.LON'Q & J.B.OALBRAITHbavea" oci i t OCD. \Vm. Eailey, Jtfftrson. county. failed to give those little outward signs of face wore, generally, a grave aspect- Yes, dear, if you please." to his son, '(or you arenow going among
in the practice of Law. They T. J. IJuUn q.. little ho bad thought. He had not
a sour How the-wife's heart which for .' '
affection; those tokens of kindness poor years some fascinating girl '4I -'or.
attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit,the Su- 1. O Putnam. Eeo.. Madiooo [pleasant
much kindliness feeling
him credit for of '
!
rene Counts and the District Courts of the Uimedbtate Daniel Bill, liq.. Hamilton so grateful to all. When his wife ;Stid/ ,aswas given bad lain almost dead in her bosom leaped I had much rather steal theirs aid the
Steele, ; and was, therefore the more impressedby with a joyful impulse What light flashedover -
ti Tallahassee.Officeoppoftitethe Augustus liq. Levy often the case, daring tha flrst year that a unpromising young man. <
Court House. I J. J. Snelling, Esq. radddcu succeeded their marriage Thank, i>, feter -- ihat he bad s*en. her countenance making it beautiful, as --S

October 28, 1854. l T E. Remington, <: .i.. Thomasville Oco.OcL24. and smiled! gratefully returniforcoaie, The sweet musical way in which Thank of old in the face of her husband. Yes, Aames4ao .huwlyiengsged, presented to
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Hanckel & Nowell : 1857.__ 43_ __ little act of kiDtJness-or expressedpteasBre jon, dear 1" had! been said, reciprocally, by dear, if you pleas" Not even in the voice ,his master one morning a pair. of.Jraots the

FACTORS i I G. K. CLARK, ten he came home from Lis work'.atV; 'fl. matLcr and children many tim-s, and on all of Grisi,cr Lind, would. her cars have found I leg of ,one of which' ty mucb" lovgtr that

ning, drawing his arm aroundb, t' i ueck u4'i occasions service rciiderct J!, no matter bow: a chic t marl:. time other. :.v.tf S

-.AND- WATCH MAKER kissing him-Or told him I ..w;Jo) .': .j mall, had foahd nn echo in .hs tnind., where At the supper table, Peter Crandall praised How c'otncjMt.tb&tJicse.T. ,T-"oU*"> are not
{General Commission 'rc1mut8JCHARLESTON. fell all day; and *..:.. .' 5kc.t4a ''continually repeated, unti!, '. .'l'hankbtdear diG coffee, and the fried potatoes, 'and said of the same IcbgthP
.. Vo1cr '? 'is'he mused at Iisv rk, cameo the what I ralely dQn't know air Bat whit bothers
. SC.. I brought iinothlr; :, .. r eggs were just be panted. Mrs. '
C. r. I1AKCXEL. i:. 1OWrU4 I\\70ULD respectfully inform the ciJzens ofTalT (i StalIkItagLowTc :LDPU (; his lips lil'vocal utterance: Crandall looted hippy, and was happy.- ma most, is, thatthe, pair! down stairs' are ia

| 1 l.lhnSc., an-i the public l1enerlllh..that he has itdidotcotw' J : iYheaCrandahI went home at nightfall, he With II the same.fix. [ .
5'HEY ;:j vanishing o( their father's usual ?
tafceo the old stand of J. C. Hall & Co, "here he is _
'[ will ecU every deKriptioa of 'lw t 'or { in3tion.-,4'. k ,1 a' still 1 dreaming over the picture in ,his .morose silence ,and their[ mother's soar looks
| to repair trial' defendant bearing .
_1_ Merchandize aud vl\l\ niuk adrauc ou all : prepared ) (OAt: a l late after
words
And the
I! Watches Clods, and JcxcJry, words from him mhid- "Thank you, aelr"er& i and fretful tones, the children's spirits changing \ and 'lftf'rTbem'
eon gnm..uts. \ a witness jumped op
wife like : still echoing there in a "b id of i low like and the hue of
chameleon
inn:5ic I taking
Apiil II. 1868. JSlyAMBROTYPES_ in tioilman like maDDer, laid at.the most reasonable .ew7'o ___ S a nl&gatioos false l and !thstf atlegstor knows
rate Persous baring good Watches that fail to ,And ao-bi:, ': ,. lIe watery mtteh subdued In feeling, things around them; rose into new, better, it/ .:..;v'T '. .I1:-'. *
I run well from having beta ba !ly repaired, can rely meeting;kui( : almost sad ; and there w41''n air of languorAbout and happier states. Contention ceased ; aDd S_ S

AND MELAINOTYPES 1 upon Laving them put right at Lu shop. falsd prideV: ( /: him/is he canw: into the room where there was something like an emulation of OT 111 try and make -* gtnlTemsn of
I .
TAKE.V BY UAILEV. ,! Q& All i woik warranted if well used. COJan. () wer&aI.tcEo *: ht ijjtais *"tvork getting supper ready., kind offices among them, instead of a selfish you," laid lawyer?knoekWg'anotljtr down.MIderyyt.doit5aldh.fiing .

:i U. 18IS. :S-ly__ lot No Maftebei: ,tba\J bserTed as something unujaal. grasping of.whatever the heart desired. : "nonir

Rooms over Barnard's. Drug Sorc. Congress7ater.. '. might sho '- '--: t atki your (,ther'li, coat and hang' F .Suddenly the eyes of Mr. Crandall opened. ;'jou an'tdok.' ; : i T. ::- .

r pIIE Room have born thoroughly refitted and] I pared for bis t : Mrs. Crandall U Ler ehdes.jtjtIfa..T.yed t.I Even xrhilo ha was wondering at the magical i fb-.s* -.S--- -i _-tL S
icccireA1I! and.for sale by S
I. are now in excellent coarlitimi fur the purpose.3ctguol. AFIVES1I supply,just lIVELY skili'ilie coo' S 'chinge produced by a few kind words. a fall! I, Kr: ; .;world makes n talkers,bat oll;

The Public are iavitcJ to call.l.Ott. j jI I :5tpt.H1.1 1857. :s J m'.cib, hO"-'DCY', ,_ _, but their*Vaj oa. affectionS re\'d tiQu.'r the truth came to bis mind.- tuJc, makes .ns thinkers. *T*
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ud .itieettUe \ Using taW tt y are terri TU'kllovhgbeartrWl- : fur i
te >J. > 2maa.-Ji the week a email price i .your

lI iuriiait & D rmtl. uly dt ,.a.d and_t\ *tedLcgh lefcrt thfy may al rHt since by a lVt4..JWg;gy Mfc Of| the-next issusfor a commudilti< .'

this who I U llOPE .
dty. tbiotrbandsu'psrsaI,1
- never have Suspected ItIt pal : snbacrtar.if entire foelut ; .
U and evcb U *t>t*, HkBt fo> J ,
--,-,_ '-- ---- doe not follow, tithtr logically or practice t by numerous couixibutlire,

TAt.LA ABIKZ : that because slaves ere not taught to read they receive suiting him conalndtd to pla$ tan. l>ei -o fjreaders. larrennmA claim yoU a place In the following i OF TEE

valuable instruction. Every ODe aeqoaln- .. tie prc*
----- no coftdderaigbloriag I win comment by :
U.TtnDA'r, JULY 10,. un. ted with the fnctknows throughout the Sou.tb. The BreiT .1. V atime>in k .q 1 lo and declaring I never :".
mocracy
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n:- --- the various religion denominations tale great pain wr.rrrnr .ATTIII A T* irowjrwjtoj ; 1 krmerpreeeription a Democrat and never intend to 1

DF.MOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. ,. to Instruct alarM IIl'IIlIy.ln the great duties they Hail sacred spot t wbre'lie inirnwd Democrat is ieccswry to insure a .

) : t. .." owe their Orator theuitelve and their masters. The, ashes of oar dr I inS per you must judge by my.scta; ,
Jnlr SrJ. 1
'v 'CbUa TT W'
FOR COMUXIS : r.' Their minds are thus comparatively enlightened inrgard The noblest heart I identified with the :
et bre. ._ decoction, kalf ajf8sjlrltaof I am aprlved ff '
cly.
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- HON. 0 to great practical truth of the blgIMsae.tlciheuoment With patriot horeand f Tnro GI I believe the principles later an
B.JIAWKINS. to thttn. Thy are thus taught to elC9..e e days ness
djrfortwo moat conducive to the j
.
'e'Wi. ht
iV their conopUonstors1lact, and by their eon- '. ,: s--- .. and I subscribe to bppnt ) the following a;
FOE STATS IKGISTKB ;. rant intercourse wim superior rmnfl*.tflfy gradually Au i3atCM1tiiltossaI' mention the ap t and valnablc i
intricate Tit well that grandeur tactelM jbandHatf disease that'section. It says: t paper bIt *II BoaiiaaL Pr>
MAJ JOHN BEARD. : obtain! much Information upon really ;pjaranee'of die zealously battle for those time J
'
_ ubjeeta, which U all the more valuable to them, ?not deformed lt rfvnlc'grarc. ; "Trom Jeaeriptlon w* have beard of the dUeue which \
glorious
on our j
Let her costly the animals have a fcted discharge from the n *ere ;0.ivO
,
kiD mad
FOB ASSEMBLY : because it come to them in a practical way. a in the only one of the j Iwbb
_ _ A memory U nostrils and eye a very sore month a difficulty g.cmmet took 3.000 lUt.
Ji; B. Galbraith R. C. Williams Reading is an important way obtaining knowledge .ob1 ,. of the ears, weakiws. (taggrrln so t
_ His name 'tin Tim*'*fast day shall end. awaHowlng, itching b.MA successfully J.
bat it is not the only mean at every one "Wt,and frequently shake their head administered according to
T. Brevard Jr. J. B. Chriitib. tho
know We wl.l 1 only add that th* effort of the t living glory will descend -- Mr. Joseph Burcb. of this county,baa treated hlaeattie, by the use of a strong solution little
religion denomination to instruct the slave population Waste not your_wealth and art to rear .tally into to and are I inquiry.
cloth a bleating our
of He dips a cotton mop
eopeVav
_ _ The Celebration. eltr
of the South are every year becoming more A marble column t 1 name; ( the solution and applies it to the mouth, tongue and out and
The celebration of the Fourth in Saturday D lngr.
thLutyun earnest regular and systematic, and are attended Go \the Alleghenies, tbere I throat of the animal, and wahet&e nostril and My object 1* to

krt,pa c t>ff very pleasantly.notwithstanding with the roost beneficial result It give n* plea Inscribe it, leave the rest t- r.} : Affected part with the lame solutfon. Honey applied communication from one alsuae4:
intensely warm .ather. to the same parts complete the
ore to inform our brother cotemporary that immense She t earth' utmost bound b gOM subsequently assailing the resolution offered -- M"n-
At the usual hoar a full autience assembled at treatment
_ the Capitol attesting much Inter** fa Ue pitritc number of our slave are members of church To tell the glorious deeds he done.:. ; i "The murrain disease in other sections, has been the State Convention. And right ; : was form 1 :J
and do discredit to their If the the animal with a quart of a .
no profession. treated
es by drenching gratulate hin on having even
ceremonies; which wen Int&'O ue6d v'vh Thou far-shining orb of %
prayer abolitionists would mind their own business, these brIght Dy strung infasion of cedar berrie took to Richmond
but I fear the
-- lily the Rev. Dr. DuBose. After wnicli '!' T>ecU- In the on which yon gaze ; TLe. following plan >a recommended, by good cy Dye very ty
ration of Independence was impressively' read bj effort would soon be enlarged and rendered more That fill creations limits. .".*-" authority;.to nrevent the extension of murrain, had diffused itself all through of the Virgin!

effectual and general Doe hazard too much in Do where tattle can be brought up to die farm or residence I a Democrat .it would .
dames D. Westcott Jr., when the large assemblage your life-giving flashing e
nying that such intermeddling paper as the TravtUer Gild rp every day i Prepare a mixture of clay, salt, boasting he would wish to lead I Ill here i ia
v>T ladies and gentlemen were both instructed and a mere glorious spot save brimstone anJ it in the
delighted as has been correctly' remarked. with a Vowerer ably conducted are the very worst T.n this the grave of Washington !*.. > : tr trengH, and where powdered the cattle are fed-the? put proportion of he is.Dr. and the Seventh
enemies the slaves of the South have T brimst.e. ParkhiU's resolution will amid salutes
of peVdered -
chaste eloquent and appropriate".addre, delivered Actinia' land smile fr I Is one gallon, to half a pound
,
-A. on you
Tough struction It W .
as on by
Vy Edwin A. Hart Esq. The oratol'ianullion0 A Hoax Where heroes wltbout'n1&en. A. this disease may spread very extensively! '. !it a grammatical placed sense and

the poetical genius and aspirations a gifted We find the following in the .Satannab Pe)ub'leS Italia** land.or .* isle -willr nn--* W Plsntiri* rrieWsio uvue I _' a xnpn. Fleet.
e"-dli.nsoerst sj -
Abo theli-5- ,
jje-'Z flu ws4 *
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young clH-- 1.fl*'*tl-f"citns_ and mergvrTevTh"ea eJ ter ? ye They but usual attention -***P preventive ( il a
n: tribute so admirably apoieD.Ann Tampa0" x is recorded cue of the ? greater r- the Cable
; Fleet
greatest ,. troughs wnere the animals are fed-separate the In the State it -
,) can only
Wa be hose
Uiis again tame the off hand and eloquent outrages that ever disgraced a country of Ja',- I slumber bere. : diseased cattle from those that are weH, and adopt b
remarks of F. L. We have no personal knowledge of the writer and all available to the f the dis or request that all Democrats
Villepigue, Esq, in behalf of the Far o'er the deep, blue, rolling sea; mean prevent spread -
t the reader will form his own.opinion of its relia ease," would do all they could to I ..
purchase of Mount Yernon. This appeal was made bUlly From recent indicatives from that Where and Timoleon dwelt, ,
quarter.we Ct their standard bearers in the ,. .
," ] 1,000 Ulw
_ at the request of the members of the Mount Vernon entertain but little doubt of the correctness of But now home of Tyranny 't : .
fYom the WotAiitgto one wished to make or force a steady
Association recently in his statements. We cannot believe however that U"i '
organized Tsllshaescr. The influence of name is felt ,
mere political hostility sufficient to drive men to h. M 'Tke Pinailty-The Last Chltaf Btwel for the glorious and ever |3 to $3|.
and made ;
good impression. When the Viatte4 "t and
nations, crush a despot' throne$ II'
such desperate extremities. 81Ie4 and win vote as they please, but steady Middling
y Touching the appeal of the writer for Their rallying cry is .Washington.. We have heretofore, on the of a CD rut -
protection.
A Black Repnbllcam Pall.e,. .treDg presumed all good democrats will ordinary mid
v-e can only] refer him to the Governor of Florida, between Lord Mr. Dallas, I
While in the Free Stnln every inducement is of. whose duty it is to crush out, by aid of the military, Shrine where a nation's ".'paid _.: ITo touching the question of visitation, had the great ty by all hODrable me.ns ) Corn $1.
red to the laboring population to aid them in acquiring if accessary all such diabolical proceedings and Frecdom'a God! while there Mve nor the Convention supposed that 600 bale, mar
gratification of such view frcm there
a scientific education, that their usefulness announcing
their author The spirit true and ,'_ *" vote against their candidates but Flour firm
,
may be increased and their tendency to vicionrhaUU TAMP,. FLA., June 24. undeye < ," person, as to convince U that the British
be lessened the South endeavor to keep its Editor RJuhlk411.-IJear Sir: The existence of That manly hert. "l give., Government waa prepared utterly to abandon the might be luew.r in the cause sale $.(.

laborers in the most degraded and useless condition an Executive Committee" at this place is doubt- Heroes and patriot.ilpt :' : '*' -prevention visitation set up by Lord Aberdeen in inee would certainly be elected to $1 29. Corn

possible. Slave owners have a most absurd fear of less known to ; and as a law-abiding citizen of To gather be and nQ" 83 @ 85.-
an educated and intelligent they yon In"iration r '. ; 1149 and which has, since that time governed the up doing. .
negro naturally this I feel it
city. to be duty to state certain
imagine that the more knowledge negro has, the facts to the world with reference my to said committee Shade of the great! I lingering still, f 'r Admiralty In its,Intercourse with other nations.21tia .- I The Wool Dyed Dcmociat ) 43 to 43) Rice

more likely he will be to feel his wrongs, and endeavor and ask a place in your columns for the publicationof Thou watchest o'er thy country's f conclusion. we deeme of the highest to be read out of the Party."

to escape from his owner. But we believe them a. our little paper here and in fact every Know that thy name and we.O.r.. C1 'ttbce to both ; the impr Mr. Wool Dyed Democrat; 1 light prices vn-
that prompt
docs memory utonl
history not sanction such conclusions i
fl
any in this
paper portion of the State is either in bales.
_ and the fact that the more skillful and intelligent a fear of their vigilance and leagueor Her sons with patriot love and zeal; .H: ,plicit manner pfItsannonneement: by the present troubles your wool, and judging

slave is the higher price he brings shows that the This morniag four of our most tyranny.promising men, And they the boon win ever save ministry, uwerEr of Dei by, we find abundant that i I. but poorly dyed,you can I of cotton to-dy

experience ohln.owntniu1t\ge against their to-wit: John J. Early, DWitt Lneian Jerome Ba- Which thy heroic virtue gave. '.,,. ; cause for expressing on behalf of the wholeAmeffca&peofdelheir Democrat ranks to be read out < on account of the

own theory. ker, and Cot J. Alfonso Crockett, were found hung '. cordial .rdU.lmebur cation savors strongly vIa P : bagging 14
The for gwing smooth, plausible and innocent to as many trees In the suburbs of our cu). In- And rescued soon b fatrett beads y .* i- b l etf.cLoD dated 'of an Old Line.Know Nothing <
Napier
passage, we clip from the Boston Trctvtlltr. One tense excitement exists, and many of our citizensare From fell decay thy tomb ,J.iTe j despatch t Lr could entitle it to a place in a l stiles 900 bale,
ah.l b.'o" .tb*llth inst.. time Her Majesty's Gov.eminent -
would now under arms for the protection of la .Lid- .aystthat
w. -
Mppoae that it really ignorant the reason I ing citizens, who dare raise their bands against daughters of thy own d ear-tDd 4 .' bad Information Wadd to that which that it was handed in by one } chap ,000 bale,

why the Southern Stale have been compelled in these midnight assassin*. Are truest t thy memory. It ""was .nto' the British legation in this city in spec I never intended to be anything <) .. Sugar from

_defence to prohibit slates from learning read Another remarkable feature is this, every one of Thy tomb .h.l be a nation's care "< ,li( | reference to the capture. of the Cortex" by the bom I suspect of being a I ... Stetllnu 8

JI *nd write in the great majority of cases. But we these men were members of the "American party." And noblest gather thee G. to play second fiddle to a Know New York I dis-
Is it a proscription T' CoL Crockett and Mr. ofering ? i
Inclined 'owar
are to think it is Early
by no means We In'
so. of his
boasting
dare leave interesting families to deplore their l los. !Napier distinctly advised that the government Democracy '
say the Travtlltr understands the reason justas while the death of all has cast a gloom over this Idonitetir Belly Outwitted of England recognize sound those prinecp1eolntertllJW Democrat says: "Now, I "I I II
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well aa we do. At.least we are unwilling to community from which it will not shortly recover. The |> pers announce the arrival of this gnt which I haL laid I raised a Dtlorlt. and never "
en Brooks the
last
suppose it doe not a* it would be discreditable to They were followed to the grave by about two man at From having figured and
to in
never expect x>
Wa.Mn&on way
u ] ;
of 10th of Expedition.
hundred by note the
it a* a persons, and remarkable to say there were affairs.the GeDel C
public journal. The statement that slave reputed .
in elections Hi .
but two democrats in the llcragn to the in this not such a death
of whom .April,
concourse, one .It city-princi- pltic.l.
holders bays a most absurd fear of an educated was the sexton. of the F.ncb emperor, Mr. Belly baa become Br bate or a thing of l
pies wbidh be support by the of Lord
and I intelligent i II not true. indeed You rely this a celebrity in political circle He denies,,bower authority I
negro. Nothing may upon being strictly correct; Stewefl and the Duke of Wellington and that the always been allowed to rote as I ;
aa be fcrther fronthetruth. The most intelligent and my excuse for thus addressing a stranger, is er,his rumored connexion with the French Goy sj. ; I hasbeen eon-
but that" naked truths might come to light" and BrlU.hGoerinnentslao. admit that there 1 b noth- I IIkg having my Democracy qU Depnrtmentii
and that
he
meat
almost the beat avow speculating on own
.egreet.te Invariably in every these damnable assaults may receive their just i hi In'the treaty of,1842 [the Ashburton Treat] this gentleman what constitute I Ca. for carrying
'Tepect; tIN most docile, the most devoted the private accouut i*
to merit
not public office 1a .t $348.2W
witb the United States which that I any
i supersedes
interest of their As the friend of It seems that Mr. Vanderbilt of New York! 1.1. I
masters, and the most respectedand Americans I ask that yon make ** or Gf'nerI Government,a '
Ci The Lord Malmes- l
Lord from
trusted by them in return. The more intelligent an appeal to the General Government, for protection ehek.te the confidence" schemes of Mr.B-sIy : despatch t Napier ally if its >to I Mexico has teen
resource ore given
or at least demand an investigation. bury is substantially the same as the record of a ISm Pelham a
While the latter his
a slave is, the more be and realizes the was spending time in talking
sees Your te, revenue. this be true, is not and the lands
S. T. BOWEN conversation between the latter person and Mr. I ,
various aJvantaffti he enjoys over the and l.tng, the former, Yankee like was secretly flee and
toiling poor It may not b very gratifying to the pride Dallas which we have heretofore made public as connected with that of n opened to
white man, whose utmost strength and labor candent ufteRtblk" engaged in eurng.l the commercial prVUeges Monies a political office ? reeord'k I
know
to that it has been made the vic The however to General Cass in !
comes an
isse Pse)7 eec. __.1 .r Ur. t. d tm a hNz. Vut Such :the Met not y'Ub.tfDclng.G which adrenturer.rumor hi placed to the credit of the Trench'. pDl OJJ MMp rom ix>rq mjncr HUU- n..p...... (1fi .. 1.-. _.. .. shoving mela the, I..r.Jm-

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family. "ever strange it may em in the nUCmn from Tampa now iu this city who left self and may therefore be treated a the end of the and used for political purposes

minds of those who know nothiog of the practical that place since the date of the Republican i letter. This was do.btll very mortifying t Mr. R, search controversy. been a State t Ye, even when from Sweden and

working of our system of labor to say that the slave denounce tie whole statement. false from but as all financiers are said to b philottphm.$. .The second after the close of the long and ry. A Democratic Legislature J

has advantages over the poor white laborer it is in ning to cud There i.no such person In bgn. Is expected that he will take the matter,phUwophically. frsgio scenes ,pr first, in this troublesome question as their officer, and when he i of the legation American to-

some respect nevertheless true and it accounts for ..S T. Bowen," and no such .promi.ing men" have A New York paper speaking of the general evmnreneed in 18.1-'t. while General Case Congress the Whigs elected Mr. his pavpurt*.-

the voluntary return to slavery of free negroes, ever lived there as John J. Early D'Witt Lucia appearance of Mr. B. aays hi I an Intelligent wa*,minister to F ee The most prominent persona Papy and he has held it ever at the capital
looking dapper little Frenchman below the advice, but their
'
'Who have been litical the fullest
> to
nDllnepated-in.tancc. of which
ft" purposes
Jerome Baker and Col. J. .lol Crockett. who1 ave been engaged In it since the Civil
urn height of a sandy complexion: little prio proceed
have of bite years become of very frequent occurrence It i a bu gainst the Democratic Party.
.surprising that the Ripvblica* should have last t are General Cass, Mr. Webtr. who refused
his
These advantages are the entire absence of published such a "yarn," and above all that eye a full hazel, his nose a little, que. b .RJve ne* ,iwBO'Was:chairman- the Committee on Dyed Democrat says ia elections ) and those

all care for his future support, certainty that he11m should have endorsed, its statements as entitled to i whiskers neatly trimmed,and his moustache. clippedto Foreign *!n the in I M2,) Mr. Andrew3teIeissoPMr as for Register he votes as be i were ordered
he well nursed in sickness and will the requirements of the season.. may satel .l St the strikes in ,. and Gft
all times he
at credit A little scrutiny ought t have satisfied called Hi l/ : .Delia*, and l1. and most promi hoped as Dye sought >t.-
Lave his needful wants Are these b good looking. He ; ; vote for the he to pn
supplied. noth. party professes
the editor that it was at least doubtful. :*t t of a r aide of the water President Butehanan -
lug ? May we ask bow many million in civilized only jewelry he wears being a mAssive gold wjft: ; J.'o Pahnerston Lord Aberdeen, the It cems to be the object and

but pauperized Europe *ould regard them as boons From I'taib. gar A modest ribbon orameri a button hola ..Dokeof' Welltnetonl Lord Malmebnry and, we Dyed Democrat and some others /J., 1 t.
The Government has received a letter from Maj on his lea .He literally uothi V Gulf.
inestimablealue Aye, how many thousands "ml hd and M. Outset on the other Democrac to lead the neonle to
in th *United States would so regard them f How Benjamin McCuIlongh dated Camp Scott, i whichhe communicate respecting his tint to Central Lne ( aide. Philippe* Stata Convention wa 'thinly service to the

there in Boston within radius states his belief that one of the reasons why the ca. and dhdaim baring been there on any "m1alon" *'. : t. ./ frnM an I'rpur j
many are a of five Tw.are special bearing of the they usurped powers not : the conciliatory
miles from the Mormons deserted their habitation was to guard at all. He wan, however, on his boon D b1e'tJ
Travttter't.office who barely eke outa way .Effort.of General t the ratification of people. Every delegate to the and his eollrs
wretched existence by their utmost effort, who their wives from the apprehended excessive gallantry to Paris, but intended, aa a matter of politeneas/fb- uupleTturiadthat convention beeneoacloded.U tion and many who were not D differences with

live by theft begging robbery and other nameless of our soldiers. Besides,the lid en resorted first pay his respect*to the otee-e the ,GJ. -, .barely should attended previous State was perfect ae

vices and crimes to this exodus keep the people and meat, and for that purpose wilileare' 1 I b.t we now friends in DoWD-
7 To this absence of all care for t togeher. h W. J> fmitt 3 to eongratnjate,the clare in point of numbers with }fr.
f.p country upon a
the necessaries of life, and theaaxiety for the future prevent the disaffected saints _from throwing themselves ins this morning. He good hsanoredly ii result so fitvorabteio the United'State* and so con tability it surpassed any answer, and tIlt
when sickness on the army for protection. The Mormonsdo public must hare regarded' which
comes upon them must undoubtedly te .i. with the sound law It What were the power usurped answers
was
be attributed the remarkable absence insanity among not believe that the army has orders or author ferocious looking judging from the 'ilctentions *at plplef should The nominating a candidate for to receive. The
JHge. well that
the slaves ity to pursue them and hence congratulate themselves he had e whole, 3fr.Bifr! too, b applied Mr. Bright
of the southern states,a circumstance O 'during Mr. Buchanan's presidency; f"r. whatever If the people did not send their the point to

that cannot fail to impress itself upon the mind of that they are out of harm' way from that plainly has no interests in Nicaragua or e1wh.. night have been the view of oar people, it reqnire nominate a Register for what did The British

source Major McCullough says there a small in which lIe cares to engage the,. -: an so
every intelligent student cf social philosophy. It i .ilnce k firm,resolute win to guide us to a result] so solely to nominate Hawkins, for
does force of Mormons still in Salt Lake City, ready to public or of its ever humble I".nt.he Press that oar Gov
seem to us that almost every man capable of ; all where in their primary meeting .
fire it on the event of the approach of the .- on the contrary he like a who would hobe'att to coe la the di pot.
thinking even In the North, will admit these advantages army.He person prefer .-i should be their candidate fur Co to maintain

which the slave possesses; but our emancipationists thinks a great mistake was made in permittingthe to be let alone On these accounts. he Is at leas's. -' IWpaperud Mercantile e Credit. every where in the State bad r the State i is

contend that these ad vantages are more Mormons to gather their crops, as this, while i refreshing novelty. .,t.: <. The New York TKfouu, says the Savannah R Register sh ould] be nominated. Majesty's Govern

than counterbalanced by other evils; and it if just strengthens them, lisa diminished relatively thepower "r. .jk which 1* very apt te \right when a to send their Delegate to a "have taken

of the military { It is still Douglas and the 111.01 Itomoeraey not the ease, gives the following salutary Crown, whose
here
make ur home
reportdth.t 1 1 had
they a very great mistake. They reason We infer from what is said by the Richmond 'Ekyuirer >j as some to travel 1. solely law we.
about the Southern negro just a* they would about the Mormons are going to Sonora, but upon that the anti advice to itewrpaper proprietors throughout had already done, would Lave vintotio* what-
this full reliance cannot be placed. The belief Douglas wing of the IIflfo'iDemocracy tiie country. We give It a cheerful endorsement: kins opinion Lord
had
themselves upon the supposition of their being reduced Is have that already been virtually !
that a place of a refuge long ago been /elected. accepted gentleman's acqniTscence It Is amazing that jeornal where should to acl-
to slavery, than which nothing can be more Major McCullough and b the other Peace Commissioner in the English bU and will fcencefortbcjoperate be conducted on any any other than the any Cash System. they sent them there to confer have maintained

fallacious. With them there would be evils in a with his friends in seetirtng his return to' :Credit 1* the Inveterate scourge of American newspapers I.. the best standard bearers fo: the law of nation

_ state of slavery, that would more than connU'rbal- Governor Powell, were going a once to the Senate. The Pfttt, RepubUJan" being utterly unknown to any other Two State, and they all knew their right to inter
,.:
_ sues the advantages of it With the negro, we can Salt Lake, but not with the army. Their power of the Cicag Blat I third of our newspaper men, who hare been twen- the power given them and select of the Untied
Sky Cigo UI anti-Douglasr 7t in t" business have due baa been eonee
are superior to other those of Gov. Cumming or ty years or more enough
assure them it is otherwise. Naturally docilo, un Gen. Juhiiston. .Sunday morning it hauled down itaMblooly them from delinquent patrons, tot them comfortable petent, honest and good and true doe not apply'

aspiring and contented, he viewsbU condition from wT. flag,*,ran up the banner of peace, repudiated for the rest of their days; yet they will the Wool-Dyed Democrat knew United State

a totally.different stand-point from that which a -. personal attacks upon Mr. Douglas, took down-the never see ten per cent of it, a good many of St&te that a candidate was .. expired. The
X>
white Man would under similar circumstance, and A of e the r DI.cor Balnbrldge writing names of and Reynold, and it now calls'nponlkll .the will be bothered to raise the requisite dimes'wherewith ted, and all this noise i i.for sinister by Mr. Fits
has different from those Ag5. DotBuwwuC ad Douglas;Irntl" to celebrate the approaehlaf 4th of July. not only pre
which would .
feelings Inspire fm Jefferson county Florida, ad speaking their respective ad Dt ki* .m.k Cried By the way nahappy brethren'of the Credit Press, The PrM'ub-n tint ) bat to gif

him. of and fatal disease raging among the and live teceforwar perfect harmony whYllot commemorate the next anniversary of Na- household is worse than an infidel by modifying

The master if intelligent himself, must be sincerely cattle and deer in that region, says that a party of end that may th, better carry ou thegreat tional Independence bf cutting fooee from tetrk ry well to this Wool-Dyed de the pos
mission will withdraw
desirous of having his WAn secure the greateat fend went on a .camp hunt in a neighboring African of the party-the' exo. w rpetoation -, who day eat that out your man can ? .nl proclaim let him be the only infidel among Cuban water

amount intelligence in regard to the business county.. They stayed one day after 'arriving at the alaYr. .- :0'., thenceforth unless he D shall have paid your fo it,paper and termined to do all he can in his last night

lie will be called upon to do. It is for the master's hunting grounds, and saw tt* dead&e. The dogs Ga.C. tJlht."st .yoo will have reason to bless the day and the deedeversoore. bread out of the mouths ethic consideration of

interest that be should. And this I. what actually caught one, after achate_ of a few hundred yards, The British through 11 dipkmsti : ,. give it to his enemies. Let us l as to Iran
hesiU
that all
take 1aec A slave is valuable exact proportionto r fWhenever Press shall have purged Itself of Beard that do it and *
and they shot another, both of which wen badly agent at Washington b formally, and aolemXj. ,the ciod1ts71uTfl. It will ready to help overthrow jor we can This being so.

bis general condition to health acid good habit, affected with the murrain, or w'ht.e the disease renounced all right under IDtertn.1 .r' !. Mercantile Credit b system which enable The opposition will flatter and with the S>ute
.
and his skill to perform intelligently bis duties whatever may be They heard of one man who had lost tty stipulation, to tint le'&r .rogvee and drones to five uselessly and often fare you that ParkhilF resolution have yielded

they may be. Hence to suppose that slave twelve of hit mUch cows; and seriously feared can vessels navigating the seas Ar. sumptuously at the cost of hontet industrious people. Convention was intended to force doing so. be

owners maltreat their slaves generally.or"endeavorto that all the stock in that range i will be destroyed, unqualified disclaimer is as gratifying l t ourpcsph aD..,rule. Weee Par, their be cost the to general excite your pride If possible on to their that wde of pot-as
goods
keep their laborers in t.e mot degraded and use- and that families will starve, was And to whom buyl average eons please them and then laugh at you.No was adt-p
many a the. a.1 UDUpt are we mostly ;er* will b rae at least ten per cent And why I
led condition possible or are opposed to their practical wholly dependent upon their cattle and game. tebt for1It rtnuncbtiD of a favorite-pre-. aboald bear a tax of ten per cent Democrat 'vjifl oppose your lellt tbeLw-

education as *be aborltiontaa always do, i i. a -* a- rogatlve of the BritIsh To..Gen Caaa &e; : OB.their earnings tie benefit of those who nev- didate and if there Is an taken different

from and self evldeBt uMIty. Admitting that Mr. Montemery. of Pennsylvania, having been venerable bed Cwn' depart ent6 '::.r.jray' ..t Te na why} must be an old'line Whig or it .is no bosinew

is 64 thus Congress, In a o te St :, ," a old line Know Nothing Whig, .
JRMH nature enough to act, men we.DjaeArs Domtnate fr le-eton t say let should the allow occasion wlti- -
: sncli constituents ellnt t t pass : otrnoL The Democratic 8t.at Convention seen and heard them before and
not fools aside from any principle t t h : out .Should the
ajlshnd reaojpti love have
for Democrats and
la the to .I have (invariably, in all of the btlgutt1.al.. Maine, oM .Dominated Hon. Manasseh 1 they .A-
premises panne a course *o directly contratytotheAeow.nhatcresu. diet and o Europe. >
patriotic
pr course war veieraM.il/| Party.
(
That which assumed said to the people that I a o tt o $* *!f JFarVeB. o Governorwho accepted the -ss'- : 1.1 comm---
has, for the hat -
e&didate nor 'anti-Lecompton candidate bat twentye-7eanfhpabflets.j jreer ftoml nation' la of considerable .
a ; ,a speech length.lpswus proTIe
tn theioregoing extract ts therefore not true in refertne&lo ': Great preparation ire being
simply an Democratic ably contested the right of Bs4t D ed unity of
.1-loud .
flarci JJutit isime that the legislaturesbfno.tss feet to the ad usage* of edt. & to lids < U.r ., '. "doptib''complimenting U.adihe era of Senator Douglas receive there ua

all the slave States have found it absolutely \d tome difference of opinion amongst U. ns o the Ge .pwVoOte. : "' ftaladjata J .theatt'l nets and tnnie are on the e. Orlrana.Ju--
,that emi the not been pefmHUad to see the
bal now terminated "dejiooncTng oppotlaereji o( the wire
to tbeir Cato. ctnny 1
read
to ,
necessary prohibit learning ,If it is we it er1o1a) great { hundred devices, but suppose they will direct Glma-
and a* the Traveller would fain plead ignorance could ask, U yet a compromise which ..tl diplomacy trap, dele Tribune.' pJ. thins

.aa tothe reason of ibjs, we jrill try and enlighten elLD should faltlifuhlycarry out The p tics of the world, and oothingUttb**' {.T 4,. Judge Douglas will doubtless Inlated that
,If there demand Democrat to exert paign against Republicanism in lat& o'el
any wrong Inthis measure,It certainly te O every ( tiMl he we
and to
d. h wbt influence hDi and nnitethe bigoted pertlzanahip e. 'deny 1; "ame own oo his arrival in that State We .Sew OrleanS
.
exelulTe1" t.o tJt. abolitionists. If badmlDded '
they party. have achieved It the high 'credit ,rW tit Jlt eaying,in oe I opening speech which will be firs W
their own business if bad not flooded "
they -< entitled t from a ganerotn 'iJitb&nbewasyestcr. outline ofthe doctrine upon sveitial.

'the eou1rf"lAdudin.1O$ far a* they eonlJ the JUrarrxs Ecuaxmox or GOVZKXOK Dxwvxx, orKACTU. and character the nation have beealdicated _"Jr. people, and the issue which he at 11 n \b.

oitb, with their incendiary plJUtionB to.poison : .-A despatch from Leavenworth, dated the o by the preeent 0 admii J'.f I bow bis opponent The public win be do,.. bai&*
he begina the
i
campaign
the minds 01 oar >vcaBdrca4 r them distort** Sgth nit. received SUtca editor, died at
by. U.it express. t -. t contested and the result of "
ted these law, Inhibition woald ever Hare bad Boonevine, *ay* that thee I*a veil grounded" Worn Tar-T. 1: 4 of May. Ilewa eerUin.Jovnud ef Comourct, who Wla

xlatcace.. The fcaatic can therefore see the ten circulation the effect that Denver state*that *
port I to Governor to be a ebi b 1 .__ -C--- Air 'Immrax .-Mr. ; la 1MJ. J

dcney and inftsenee.ftheIr1ateruied1hiag. Everyne l.t.J.vacating tb gubernatorial chair soon coal the born, r.thepaiwleavlngltonranhour 1 labored editofreeoat Beekmaavyi Dutches*e.o-.1't.Y.1a i SUta'" '.

'ne \ how.readily a simple) minded aDdatid nnedn- fff tte elediOI in next The teaca 1 O> which BOW weighs $& *. !. =&'*. "
for the ,
Aags *xt
race like negroes may K ren
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The land Ve lore the most I I topic. But 1It1t1fr Ibe grit O C'k r1ai1'lffar.htt tbtDfr1.$ O.tOJ1'sss. 1 ;bpItt1tAGE; SJhtX 4-. Ct.al .. i; io'drau'aa 'it .,' I

Ito ncr the little Id* lard errr wr,4e a prrtttet|tree Raitrplcl epOIfeaeaoeetLgnkza& l '. "Ci"5ratls or; ? .. .. .. 'J' ... .., vithovt inltmrthn.:. :. r RA1L.JO4D.r
of kissIng versa than lLi -4.y .Um 7 : Z.- kl'tUir-- 1 -

guard With our shores uvrIiuc4rs(fain e Lie cry** foe, Kiss me, dirlinjtrl' I k5*. rotn ..'. whthbeywiij/" _- ;flt'IiM TfDfEM .N,1I SWAN&COrt it're K-gal .,.! .T er Fu! the 4th*of June, the frcigil

ptece AIM me back and back again 1 Ott.allgOMS O" Traioe Ot\'tb"e Roads will be
With pfrwp'rop*time our cities cro"n. Lin are only rot v petal in the se ftu1Idrid _________ .4 ? And Authorized by the STATE of G20.1 f cut jHMMn/er
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Our field with IrtsDvotecUi1veiyto tm weekly as
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Ill 5 isesdropsof frsgintrainl: I Bucr18. b.i.. :'.: ; the In- The tatt attempt to injitrt ovrfrm hat tfaen that .tlewecmI Tm.iatre tSL MaT;

WIIl're' -'."." __ tilfitl&tl"4b,Entertainm*nt tw Lotteriet art .lr ant fain: Act mr priret IcvteTfcl'l\fcA' *'* J" ; }.:e-ne-\y .nt d 1-'n-. .
the thcti iA.
litre ahcd lur ; liartn l' I corf Carriage --- Iic A 9 # '
may religion light Reasons, dear! Stir t-vrry glr yon I ''ci'r1h-ettmiSons their I art pail punctually; and that our tcArwart day at 11 A. M, (e' e/pt 'a ltli awl 29UiV f afraobth. .;
On of rst and toil one.- UItsaJIWCamngeadd1sce ,
dy ,
; pet liberal than other Lottery .ftnTe thc
'' more any when l ir T aini .m leave at ?. **
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tn4Ue.mow, native rollIV. I I" j b.ri-Ji .Friends. ScheJoJe P. Jt 0. R. R. in wuicL cue the
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for
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i 4 horse Wur &l3p4 Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan a per

"Fak', at least ***"*. a sweet OB !. .? 4' ; .' i. .L : .ran4.t.55. -" _ ; .-ctfttoitu.J:.' (a f DtsthisAe TUX Co fuDowing, Hanag',or the Sparta Academy Lot- hellt,of drpvfiire win be as usual at I.I.15.ZL I.) '

I*rJ of the nation, fltns-io. the* .: And I know you'a.think nUh. roe. .tI"I I.1. :..il.er.E".ra.i.g': !v III 6eal tetyvin each of their Single N.mLer Lotteries Joe ..at8L w, ... ..1. ._.'

.. .uQf"a&Il1'I' ."lmtnd : Tt* th Scrrj>turpj-." Do to.lltben. .- a'.' .r't..!,.**& T1'A 4e4iu1Dr.A.C'Mac'a JULY 1858, at Aceuta. Oeor sa., *puUJc; no- LeaveSLMirks .. .. .. 1.301-.31. "

lie thou her refuge and her tru't.!. I uwliat thon'd'ft have l theta do'to thief "* & this is flomethinr new m FWTO* 'w-ltope U.beoiberally key. ; Kev. On. OKttr. Oiltf K leftt; .dir-\be* upetifitendtit C CiMnmnajorer (.iMpt on Friday when tl.e inn).wHI leave ,. ,13'J4mfeatT.ita
: t 4tkfl:1 ,,- R4.6. Jforrit. John f.-..'. 1.- 4451'. H.excep .
Her Friend! :t *
everlasting -ss.- Call and I !at Draws & ", I 1858.
patronize tee (ptff'metis Class S3 on JW/y ,
>-. .- >. I Onto EGO Caoor.-U is stated that the valued Mr. Exho's Carriage Shop in ). -' /fcWT,.i.Tritely. t4olk.'.. baa S3 Draft en Saturday, July 10 1858. ( $oa Friday, wb the train wiUrri-yatt13) h

Ode for the Vtftirilt or Jnly. eggs produced in Ohio, the current year wlll SCHNEIDER. '1'CO. ,!.r.Ompria..haaoaie. Cla4t 24 Draws on Saturday., July 17. 1858.Clatt I I And oo SundAys wbcHD ccM rv fo--eot1fieftvtdi '.
:" ..
July 1858. SI \* +: I Draw &t1tt'. 24. 1868.* the line of Mail Steamers pljinf between NeT O -
25 July
,10. on
Toe tram]'et oT liberty sAOitoV through! the world. amount to over a million of dollars.- It Is Tery f j fntdmet. mtnt aad :
: which arrive at.
Clan 2C Draws 'on Saturday, July 31, 1858. leana. Key Wet und Havana
atlhe
And the anlriMe start pound evident that this source of profitable enterprise S *- R Ltttrtt cfeath'laoolh.

Her ttandcrd Philosophy; *.hind luis unfurl'd baa never been half developed in this country 1-.. NEW CAEEIAQE SHOP.; From ikt Ptnt of tkt,Leading Masonic Author oj ON THE PLANOF SlN GLBNUX SERB. departfrueetSLMartaouthel6thaad.29th .. ,

And the nation are thronging around. unJemirnea leave to tfabrifl the cifi- the Prttent Century." Rail Road
And Is surprising that farmers and agriculturalist, THE begs ; On Peonaeola & Georgia a Tn-weeUjr

CHOW..*.-Tbearetb.Fall, fyrants, fallS of all classes do not give it more attention. Egg ofTaU.ha.-e. and tineinlty that .behas., AsZa faBonTe Monthly Magazine it has no 50,000 Tickets train will boron ou Mondays, WadueadaandJn-

day liberty are a cash article the year round, and are alwaysin opened a carriage shop in this JJUce jo&ittgLlterf : Equal either In Beauty or Mechanical PRIZES days : ,

How noble the ardor that seizes the soul I demand. Sroka" Stab1u. Execution or Value or its Articles, 5,485 ; Leave Talkhftssec.............. .. 1 A. ..

How it burnt* from the yoke and the chain RE"A"D" in the building formerly oocvpied by J. L. Crofter, ,r'.. in the World.Eack'Jl' NEARLY ONE_PEIZE. TO ETXKT NINE- TlCKtiTJl Arrive at Station So.'5 (W albr', Mill). UO. A,U.I .

What power can the ferroY of Freedom control READ! !! READ! where he i i. prepared to do all kind of work ia hi* 1dy Part tci'IU dt mvck Reading Mat- MAGNIFICENT SCHEME .ave Station No.$...'. 9 A.M.A. M.

Or iu terrible vengeance restrain -0--- Hue, atlhaUrtMttKlkeahdonthe.taol -* *-'J J J Ur.notlo ntle o/lfii Costly drarigt itlvttrmtiny TO BK DSAWX KACB SATVaOAT Of JUNE! Arrive' Tatlahsssee.e..o.-.e..ZO.40
Fall, (aU. Ac. Chi crr>mmoW tkvn Tram will leave the
tyrants rldavl *
l an
REASONABLE 1lM8 tat as ALL Jet other monthly
A CARD nonet .
Prixe of $900
,. ? Aftuf1It Press 1 Price of. .170.000 4 TallahaMeft Bfpot for Station Ko.S, (Walker* MS!)

Ye stern tower of despots t ye dungeon and cell From the Contmittionert, and Certificate from the auch aa carriage painting and fnramhigi I tD&kWrw I iutut. .if tkt rolled into One.R .o/Ameri- 1 to . 80,000 4" 800 at JO P &-. am amn.' Station No.S, at IS 6 P.

The tempest hall sweep yon aw y- Mayor and others of tkt City f Augutta.ArocsTA. buggies and wagon, and all kind of reneiriur. cap t. 10,000 4. -C 700 M. Poring Ute Continuance of the Excursion Trip
the the cast the dread hurricane 'alls oVlhk kind I' at ACWJrtfWUM*TO lIa Tan UOKTUT WjLSOKIC MAOtnalOF 1" . 6.000 4. . 600
From welt to RICHMOND Corny, C ro.: The uodenigned U prepared to of THE AGE. ,. tie Train will lie over at Station No. S nilil Satur.

And Uic tyrants blOW pale in dismay. Thin it to Certifv That we have superintended the work M well and in he latest style a* it cad .be I . 4.000 60" . 600 day rooming 7.15 as per ecatdvle tar Excursion

Fall, tyrants, fall, *c. of the Samuel done at the ITorth. : \elrUi-PltT Aniiant.Smgltf 1" . aooo 10" 300 Trip. V
drawings Sparta Academy Lottery v
who have this kind of work to do and 1. 1.600 100 JU
All thoe
00 A HACK leaves St. Mark on arrival of tho Tnun
Swan & Co., Manager at Augusta, Ga, from the SiiUcripfion, ltU. poatpczid..Is
The LiTe, on "hose neck the proud despot ha*trod, JO M .. 100
sow feel that himself commencement of its drawingi. and still continueto wish i'.. b a manner that will not fail to give S '* t yCaH do 500 4" .1. 1.000 for Newport and return in time to connect with ibeupTraiutoTallabasse.
a man
-
atisfacUoo, wet-Id do well to call on each l 60 A/pnximation Prtut. ..
I superintend the same. Each drawing is solely I Club o/Two to Eight,
.And the lordly who ruled with a rod
Hide, his h tad usurper Amidst his serviledivan.. exclusively under our control, nod we can av it WM.. KtmiTS.Jnly Clubs is!ariy number above 8j,each t. 200 4 Prizes of|400 appro'y. to 70.000 prize"are 11,600 Fare from TallaLauee to St. Marks....'1.00

Fall tyrant, fall, dtc ante the public tii.it the managers are men.of honor -_ 10, 1858.' : _-. The Cash in all eatee moat accompany the order 4 SOO' S6.000 1,500 Station No. 1, Pen.:*
J I "
respectability and fair dealing and everything -- -- '**.* *pb*
The cruel dominion of Priteraft a o'er. connected with the entire business carried on with Notice. (Januarj number oiju .,r_ .th uppljruig 4 100. 'pi'IO" 100, Fare Croat TalJaha.wee "_ a..tion No.2,Ten,A

With it* thunders iU fapr;ut*, its chains- (I.e most tcrupulous' and exact integrity. person*'having demand airainal the Estate the subscriber with the Maaooie BomaoCe series eora- 4" 'IS" J 8,00, 08"to JOO 400 Ta'Jahaieeeto"StatJgn". "? VapJl*
T.EON P. DUGAS. ) ALL deceased But the work being stereotyped, any number 4" Fare from --
late of Leon county, plete.
Mankind "ill endure the rile bondage no more. > J. Anld 1 O 200 1,00'
Coln 60" ...
a. 4" .
\ entitled series of Dumber will be mailetfj postpaid, on re- kerV Mill)
BARBER
Reaaon her freedom maintain FREDERIC C. and all creditors legatee and or
.While person
.
6,000 prize of SO are .. ., . 100,000
Fail tyrants fall tc. AcevaTA, GA., Juae7, 1868Aeoean. to dlstrlbntlni in raid Estate are hereby notified ceibt. of the price, SO cents each -- do

to present their claim and demand to the un Address J. F. BRENNAN.&nd4ry ,. .. .. Sf Freight thmytd Ptiuatola CcoryicRqtriets
.
The hymn of the free shall l Americans hear GA., June 7th 1858. designed admbUtratrix without delay and that the M. C. .4 C'atiOA. 6,485 Prizes amounting to. | 0,000WBOLX 1:$. f. J*paid on delivery of good

With a cold and insensillv mind? From lone personal acquaintance with Leon P. same will be barred at the expiralioB "oftwo'year* Locisvau Ky. Tlcun 110; HALTIS $5 ; Quurna $21. I Isr PI1CM8T MARKS TO ST.fTIOlil, I' 3zCutteinper

No'! each freeman hi* part in the chorus filial bear Dugas and Frederic P. Barber we tak great pleasure from thIS date unleu exhibited within the tame.'' JuDO 24, 8U. 264tMontvale A CIRCULAR Aaveina On plan ofVu Latter**vil ,I bale55... ... ......JIS 8H 100Tbaeu
And contend for the rights of mankind. in Boxe IOU lhe......126 n 25Coru
in certifying that they ere men of the highest .AN1'E'P. AULD : (>.MJitto any on.denrout o/receiving it.if\ per
Fall tjranufall, Ac. ahd probity, and in this community are Admlnutratrix with the WM &. ,. Springs, -:0:0- and other grain ia lad' per LUlb.lll0 10 10

integrity Salt aaek..,,..... ........... 40
andworthy JO 18 S. 28-8w et 140
esteemed honorable July ,
and regarded as highly sold follow
__ TENNESSEE 1 S 5 8"tfiSlTORS Certificates Packages trill be at the
25
.
lba. .
Bales 100 .
Sclnt'ft Z4A2' Hay 10
HCB&E-TAMINO.
KAKKT' Mrruoo or citizen B. CON LEV, _. pet .
DISSOLUTION OF ., ,. rates which i* the risk i lime Cement Slate,Plaster IUd G WIno..5 I
Amenta MJ s: Mayor[ of the City of Augusta. from the South will have ao detectonV Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Ticket! .{SO in paekages per 100 lbs..25 23 u

This new system of taming i, founded on the JAMES M. SMYTIIE.of GO-PABTNEB8HIP. 4 imtDaltML The Trains now connect promptlyat ". 10 Half 40 Bar Iron per 100 lbe...........1 25 l 25 25AU '
well known employed in ubduing buffalo Post metier of the City Augusta. between Knoxville nine hoof sooner I. 10 Quarter 20 :D
process JOHN P. KING, q HE co-p ARTNERSHIP heretofore existing that poiot reaching ether goods per 100 Ibt. .... .30 JQ
rakes, and wild horses taken by the lsso, and con- ofHODOKISS made with the U 10 Eighth .10 ,
U. S. Senator. JL the Subscriber, under the Firm than bit summer. By arrangements Front TALLAJIASSEEtoSTATION 1 9, I I

rts In simply gradually advancing towards the it_ Formerly SCOTT A POOLZ"! stage lines visitor will reach the Spring from Knoxville In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the Cotton per bal .............. ... 51 50Tobaceoinfloxeaperloolbs.
horse to be subdued until you are able to place ((24 mile,) four hour earlier than hut season, money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on receipt \lU Ii
; ..... li
eoDfentT The .
your hand on the animal' nose and over his eyesand ; baa been thin day dissolved by mutual thus aaring fourteen hour I There U also a good line of which they will be forwarded by first mail' 5
Special i 1 Holias. in the hand of TaoK;Booo- Corn and oth r grain io aacb per bulbel. S 6
and Nottt and Aeevvnl are hare tickets ending in figure they
breath Purchasers
then to strongly gently ns judgment London to the can any
of SUgea from Springs. .. .. 25 23
B. either of whom will wf tie Salt per ..ck. ....._ ..' eo 2G
D. up
and Poou
may dictate, into the rortrils. We hare the KISS Beaide*the usual accessories of health to be Lad may designate.The Ii

authority of Call in. in his 'Letters and Notes on THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. the bu ines* of the late Firm. .." iu mountain air and scenery the undersigned can List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be time Hal in C.mtDt.Bales per Sl.te 100, Pluter.Ibt...and..OnRDO .-'.121'121.

the American Indian!.' that this process is the one SIB JAMES CLAEKR8 CELSBBATID FEMALE PILLS. THOS. H. HODOKI3S."' more and more confidently recommend these water sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing.. in pathes 100 lbs... 121 1 1112BatJroll

practiced by the Indian in taming he( wild horses Sir J. Clarke't, M GEO. W. SCOTT, J in the cure diseases prevalent the South ; especially tir Purchasers will please write their aignature per
Prepared from a. pretcriptitm of DLPOOLE5 100 lblo........... :
of the prairies" and that it is invariably attended D., PJtyiician Extraordinary to the Queen.TbU JV7M4O. POOLS i. disease originated in disorder of the Liver, plain and give .heir Post Office County and drawn State.Uf" and. per rerlIQ lbe..._.._.lI'l1tl1iAl1othtr (

with Micees Is In the core of an and which indeed comprise a large majority of eases, Remember that every Prize IS
roedlciae unfailing
Invalaabl I IHAVING
Catlin bay: those painful and danjerou diseases to which the female Tallahassee July Ut,.1$**.i ': For bdiJdicg up"system .altered by'.w01' pjabla in full without deduction. EDWARD HOUSTOUN,

down by excess of care or toil this summer resort jy All prizes of$1,000 sod under, paid immediately Prtt. 4' Superintendent.
worn
hire in with a kriown custom ennstitmlion 1 It moderates aU axr**and remove
"I often concurrence *aubjeeL purchased the uterest of ray late:1 part* is after the drawing-other prizes at the tua.l

oftbe country held my hands over the eyes all obstructions and a speedy cart may be relied cm. the Firm.of..HODOKISS,, SCOTTPOOLE invaluable. natural advantage, the time of thirty days. February IS, 1858. 1-3m .1'-
of buffalo calf, and breathed yjti hisnostrils,after TO MARRIED LADIES Possessing great proprietors '
a continue the business aa beicet0foret,
I will mmc.nicationslltr confidential
STOBE-NCU.OO'Om.
| last and through the past (.11. winter All etll JVEW 0
began,
which I have with my traveling companions, rode It la pe.cuflafty salted. It wilt,tn a short time, bring on the and will use my beat efibrta to merit the patronage and year have continued a series of improvements Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to I .
several mile into out encampment, with the little monthly! perioi With regnlantr with their trad*; ,'' sprint 1
of all who may favor me and embellishment*, which they believe will S. SWAN & CO., Augusta Ga. l1dNRmmR. .
priwner bu Uy following the heels of my horse the Each bottle,price One Dollar,bears the Government Stampof OEO. W. SCOTT.. WEBER & -
in the
make it the most attractive watering place Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or t
affectionately its in coenterfeits.CAUTION. : tir: I
whole
dOely.and
IU to
Great Britain prevent ?
way 1858. 3 TAILORS
July 1st
South. Atlan'a,Ga,can have their orders filled and save MERCHANT
of
stincta would attach it to its dam Tin is one ,
'* Mr.S.LAMER, (formerly oftaniet House, Macon addressing S.Swan & Co., at either of those J.
time by
have witnessed .
I the first
" the most extraordinary things These Tills should not be taken by female daring D *. aaootatiaaizREADYMAJE
A CAR > Ga-,) is conducting ia person these improvements cities _
into this wild and although on ifla-
f since I came country: tree months <>f Pregnancy, at tiiejr are sure to bring & CLOTHItfG
He
I had often heurd ofit. and felt un.blc exactly t> carnage,but at any other time they are aafe. WE bars understood from a reliable source thai ,together-with the Farm and Gardena attached.friendsand 0Tidcle fur sale ly E.1. WEST,
old
his
believe it, I am now willing to bear testimony tjth In an ea *s of N.rrous and Spinal Affection, Pain in the temporary absence from the State,'. renews the tender of bit ,service to is his Tallahassee, J"la.t AND -0
that it
.. the instances which I hara of been (by tome orfriendl 1)) magtkified Into-a.rif-. tie public, and assures them uu that drawn from
fret, from numerous Back txA LImbs,Fatigue on li.hl exertion Palpitallon 'aim their comfort and happiness : A list of the numbers are GENTlEMENSJ FURNISHING GOWK.
to
teen since I came into the county" the Heart nystertrs and Whites these Pills wilt affect a tout abandonment of our business in New rt..rThat .ceasing promote the wheel, with the amount of the PriM that each --

+ curs when aH Other weais fttve failed,and although a powerful report are being carefully circulat throughout .a*hi* guests at MODt nle.WATT LANIER A CO. one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing THE-SUBSCRIBERS now opeoiiiff,,
,
Georgia & Florida Railroad Company. remedy do not contain iro.,calomel. antimony,or any tlie country, that we base sold out "h re. lokstotk ,-, 25-121 in the followingpapers: Augusta (Coo ) Coo- .G.t J. Megio-:11' (

It u with much gratification that ,'e tall the at bin: hurtful tbecrnjtiuaion. aud barrel and art clettn'0." ) hatr -June 19, 1653. stitutionaliist. New Orleans Delta Mobile Register nis. a well selected Stock ef SPRING "

tor.t'un of our readers to the advertisement in anoth- I Tall directions accompany each package. Sole Agent forth the nivtive, the wish, we think, nay harebeeqfitther Charleston Standard Nashville Gazette, Atlan'a In- SUMMER GOODS, suitable forCE.TLBWENS' *;.

r column of the Stockholder*' meeting to be held United States and Canada JOB MOSES to the thought with the reporters. Be this however. An OrdinanceTo telligencer, New York Weekly Day Book Savanna! WEAR

in Albany on Ion<\,.. the 2d day of Auajust to distribute (Late I. C. Baldwin A Co) Rochester, N. T.1,00 as it nny we do assure our friend the public, tIs(' emend an Ordinance, entitled ".1" Ordinance to Morning, News Richmond Dispatch, New Turk Dispatch Carimere .

the a Met* antl loe the afi'iOiu of this Coin X. C.-$ and 6 postage stamps fS'lTd I to any ibthor- we will next Fall be at obit and wilkify to terte establish and regulate the Market of the City of Paulding (Miss) Clarion, add Little Rock, consisting in port French and English Cloths
Oar Stock rill of th latest ) and beat qnality
pan). The citizens of Doughrrty count, with little lead Agent will inju! a bottle containing W PiU.by return them at ice hate ever been heretofore. TallaJiartce, and for other purpose, pasted 2 lot (Ark,) True Democrat. find resting style order in
aid from others -commencing with serious cpixmion be ample ahd we shall expect all our customer \ffcouiinutf 1828." Nov. U, 185;. 4ft-ly which they are prcpAr..J to make nj to .
mall. Jitly,
those who cavnol workmau-hk and UahiouUe and on RIASOSABLE -
manner
their except
a
from other intert--within tw'ntf.t'\1"O Jr., Sol"'Wbnlf'lIttt'! and Re- patronage
strucK. FurulokT E4s ant D3rl'lu.t. iolihaui material to thenutlvet. SxcnuK. 1. He it cvilainetl ly tin Intendant and Tsuiia. Also a good assortment oT
months from the time me nm blow vi sit fr T8abIL'Iee. J. S. M Davidson, &nie Ag nt ]? to inj>ay State Lotteries.
!
completed a first claw KailroiJ from JVmerieim to Agent Very respectfully. City Council of Tallahassee, That the regular mnr Maryland READY-MADE ClOTHnfCV. t

Albany, 36 miles costing four hundred and fifty for Qamcy. McSAUGHT, ORMOND & CO. ket hours shall be from day-light in the morning until -Colored Cloth Froeat'Coata

all their Febrnary8ISS. J 1y. Fla June 30. (July 8, 1858. t'J-4zu) eight o'clock, A. M from the first of October to omsistitig of Fine Black ansi '
thousand dollars met contracts promptly ----- -- -- ---- Newport It. FRAZSCE & Co., Managers, Fancy Cnstinere,Businefi! Costa Black aid .
sold: their Iload to the S .th-\Ve terrl Itailroa'd Company If your Hair 1. llarobi, .-- .,,.. the first of March; aad from day-light In the morning II reel
and Oef Costs Black
for their stock will return the county bondsto '"Prof. Wood's Hair Eoatoratlte EXCURSION TRIPS : until seven o'clock.A. M-, from the tint of Man h O the Maryland State Lotteries, present the W- Colored Raglan FrncyDocslchr I
Scheme and Cassrtnr Pmti. Figured (nadio4 ,
'. Octoberand that so much of the onlitaoce lowTng Splendid
lo the first of
without loss and if the August If Ilatr i. >
? ,
your : .
nherty county Ur.r.l'f'rrnC. UJti' "r : be and the and }Faner Silk and Ca!-'m r..V..ts. <
dividend shall be received before the di!tril>u- 'VTivvf.1 Hn'r ReMnesUve. '. ; aforesaid as is inconsistent! herewith For JULY 1858. i
&
tion of asset*, the tock of the Georgia and FloridaIt If your Hair laTlnn, .. HUL-ROAD AND.. STEAHfER SPRAYTff&ttkYl same is hereby repealed. PASSED June 4tA, 1858. - I --ALSO-
Wolffs HaW Re'loratlT InWndant.Ciuftixa .
IcePrif i D. P. HOGUE
p ,
R. will be ft little above the of Tickets bewir of black and t'.Tf: crarati i
Company par : 1" Clerk. They caution purchasers of to I A grod ortment of fancy
-p.-
South.Western R R. Company totttck. IfyouareBaM, CM Pm Weeds flair RestoraUve.lryou : : *Lof Jnfte 19 HTTCKISSOS 1868. ,g5 ordeiir? Tictefs in Lotteries where extraordinary I an J tic, shirts m rin(. s.Ilc and cotton under "him. I

We congratulate our friends and the country upon Headache, lurge Capitals are off.red for a small cost of Tickets I collar, socks,gloves,Ac.
tar Kcrrtut
this favorable re ult.-Albany P .triot. nil such swindle The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely \
l-ae Trof 1'. hair r.toraUve.If IN 48 HOURS are I
+ .THROUGH TIle Maryland Lotteries hare been in existence nuLnown to the community and tAcfl'tdt)
WHAT MAKES tut. NEGO BuclLA very absurd TOM hare Panflrnff. __ drawn State Officer sitisfaction to all who may "' 1''
Use Lent Wood'a Hair Iteotorattte.If w ;: Forty Yean. They are by a themselves to give '
paragrar.li has been going the rounds of the press ; :" _- and can be relied on. If you draw a Prize, you will them with their patrciuifr.
nn.l to have been fur yo. hare Erupliona, .. i t,
with tin coption. purporting The whole is flooded with J WEBER -
country
get your money. : ,
Dr. is Ut.Prof VTooi'n Hair KestoraUTe.If I i. :, '- h. -
fished by Dr. Draper, of this citj. Irap sxceasioiT 'vI1be I Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of them. L. DANNHEIMKK
further notice p
desire Ot.o1 flair,
and believe 1'rcifes- ea
a
}
a sor"respectable in one 0 rh"lcian. schools we of New York, I fe Prnf. \ "J's Hair EettoraUr. UNTIL every Saturday, eomm" Daiag' otttethiost rs..a&.1 %g Order in the Maryland State Lotteries i May I. 8i3. _18_-

medical class have scarcelym If yon desire W preserve the Color, follows: Ifo CHATTAIIOOCIIEL'LI. HAGXmCCNT SCHEMB. '
and though men as a II.LTON tt ,
knowledge of the tpec\f.e negro than the great CM Prot Wood's Ilatf XntoraliT Leave Station I al .:*'?...AlS LW'' .- Maryland State Lottery. NEW? GOODS f I'ItI

body of the people themselves we can hardly suppose I you deelr Doto loose the Color Arrive at Tallahassee at ,,*..,.8J# .Bt'V, S. Mail Li ne CLASS L, I GOODS.D.

that a gentleman his position could be the tee Ptot Wood's flair BeetoratUe. LeareT U*h .eeat ?..."Iv'jTJWArrive -- _

author of this Imf |*ragraph. Why is the nero If you want a Cheap Article, 'at St. Ma kaltt' "...--.-OrtO : Rb :-'V'eek.1.y To be drawn In Baltimore,Saturday,July 24th.,ISM.
i the Caucasian white? Why ii a Use Prcf, Wood's. Hair KeetorattT ; Go "e- 14 Drawn Ballots ia each Package oUt Tickets, FALL AND Wll'T1PRAUE.I -
black? Why SDgIJIER ) 10
THE
rR } and Friday' at
woraim a woman, or a dog a dog Uycm admIre the Pca.tl !l Ldtk, u [Leave Mtilon Tuesday Making more Prize than Blanks.-Ever? Package of 26IkEeu
man a man or a ? u'4e the Alffliphty in Vv PrMWo**. n.. BMIWaOr. I'"Will !... the'BAT. "WL. 'f -'rooJord; issw$.. _. nrtul mntain I 14 drawn numbers,so that there' I '
? >ce .
or a cat a cat Why are 14 J.dz" to 11 Blan>%
" His infinite wisdom saw fit to thns create them.- If you admire Ae BeaktiAiI ClDflet, Returning t. Jjeavet Chattahoochce Tuesday and Salur t Grand Prix of...$.anOOO 1 Prize ot....$8,000 T :

But enough of this folly, which would be impiety Use Pfot Wood's Hair BeatoraQre. Arrive at StMarks at ..... .. .3 fU. fi-, .'day** after the arrival cflkf .mc1'from 1 Prize of ........ 10,000 4 Prize of.... 2OooI

if the author of the paragraph, whoever he maybe If yon wish a Beaauful Cottiplcxi, Cars leave St Mark at -.-......4* $& -. and the front Tallahastee ......... 10.000 I 10" .... .' 11 .
Apalachicola Stage 14 ...... I1t. ..... HiO
had the knowledge of that which he UM Prof. Wood's Hair KeatoraQTe. Active at Tallahasseelal ......S:- : ,p.'ilt! 1 10,000 receMnr. hr: Stock of
slightest Go- 1 ......... 10,000 In" .... 800 underigo is now
BO pompously and solemnly parades as scientific If you with a Face tree from Pimple, Arrire at Station at ... .e rj77cZ i 1Li: .JFla.., and Bainbridge, 1 ......... 6,000 SIT .. .... 150 THE FALL AND WINTER QO'ObS

. truth.-.V.: f. Day Book.. UM Prof. Wood' Hair BettoratlT from Station 8 through to flw* B V YJaJ IN GOOD TtrO-aORSS HACK whole 1 1 ". ..................8.000 6,000 64 64 ........ 100 soI which wants neither in Quantity,Quality or St jit.,
The
-
t If you wish to appear Young back, $3 50 to'' THIS X1N E i ia now in first-rate order. ........ _,') 64 .... soI Embracing fof'the-Ladles
Hof. Hun StcuEST.-The telegraph announced UM Prof. Wood'a Hair Bcstoratir *"''. renewed with and comfor- I ,
Ditto from T.n.huate'U 00 has been new 14 ......... 8,000 53 .....
yesterday morning that lIon. Henry Secrest an If yon want testimony overwhelming Tidegoodfor! Excursion dars'anlyj 4 ".1e; able Hack The Drivers are careful,sober and aaeomtDodatinjp 1 8.UOO t8n. .- 10 Silk Robes a Qnillo. Sid. Stripe"DtJala Rob.<

anti Lecompton democrat" had been Dominated by Read the Circular of? Wood1 Hair Bestorcur. these Excursion Tripa are Continued, the Cars"will A liberal allowance of egret allowed 1 : :::::::::::: v:>oo Flounced, M. Challie "

the democracy of the 7th congressional district of It you want to oW it. lie over at Station No. 3 on Friday until Saturday to each passenger. 4,411 Friacs..amountleg to-------------5501.000 .de&1adierIStripea, Flush Barn

Indiana to represent it in the next Congress. We The Depot It at Hi Market at,SL tool,Ifiasoorl.ty morning instead of returning in the evening to Tallahassee. Tlrkte '10. Halve IS QnaHef(IM,Eighth '1.15.Cert1lea&e Canille Rt&t, ,

informed that Mr. Secrest was an opponent of sold Druggist la the city AGENTS 01 Paekae ottGWbol""." ..."'.."".1.1.f Gla 'Fruited Merioo Roots '
are It U also by every popular E. HOUStOUN t. : China Striped ,
do. de tt naive............... r..M .
the bill to admit Kansas into the Union as originally and country. JJrtident d Bwperiisten&ft/ ,AfMflton: Ju. A.c.unf, d. do. IS Quarters. .. W 85d Satin Plaid Poult d.Loire. .- Detain

passed by the Senate but that he ha given to the February,ISM. -1yWOBM IT. B.-Patties arc expected furnish theIrown, Oeo.ra Ala. W. D. Honor.CampbeltoD i < to MKlghth*.::.::.?.::..:... U.: S All Wool D lb*.'

English substitute a cordial and hearty supportHe .- -I. : J. W.SIUTH, -0' MANTHE8Embroideries
SPECIFIC :
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the friends of Jd'LANE-s refrethment -1 .
wai sustained in convention by Jtro2 1858. SfttfNotice. r- Mariana W. Nicuome, I HAVANA PLAN.
the administration in order to defeat the re-nomi- PREPARED BY FLKXIKO BRO -. ; .UI".' a Chattaboocbee D. C0LSOX. iYitY1niALAxisrfLa:'

nation of Hon.John 0. Davis an Lccomptonite. wThe following from a customer, tttow the demand :" .c-." Paasengers can be taken through with certainly, All the Herbert p rt fa the trhrd end every Price

Mr. fleetest i* represented to be a man of fine tal which this great medicine ha created wherever Ii ha been security and with comfort in another.. '
put
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ent.I. and his nomination i* an assurance that the Introduced: A LL creditors, legatees sad pereotiestitTh&to.LI OEO. D.FISHER, Prop'r.and Con'r. ov irxaT Cm.
democracy Indiana do not intend a past issue BtoHBriM,Tloga Co.,Pa.,March 80,1s.50. distribution and in the Estate of OL-Oodbo'd Jane 12, 1858. t4tfc.SELECT I,this Plan, mhick it tkt oht/atMoneJ) Modi ef V'a1ens Maltese del uOIDitoJ Lc.eONNBEIAthl'flthh1NQ

now fully disposed of to impair the harmony and Missxa. FlMno Baoa.-GenUemeIn eonaeqaenee ot late of Leon county, ra
integrity of the party or to endanger the success the great comsumption of your Worm Specific" IB this jireBeut their claims and demands td the nnd sigoeddrniuitrator. SCHOOL<> Maryland State Lottery. The ondei suped would also call the attention ol- '
the-time
of iu candidates for important position*.-Wa.a.i"otOA and etnlty| ,w.have entirely ezhaoated oar toek.- duly authenticated within EXTAR CLASS
8. Stedkfef
and
place leave inform the Public genn Ul', to hi{ large- complete
forWardlar..1I Corning, K.TM law, or thi notice will be plead J..bar rpHE UNDERSIGNED beg to
Union. We should feel obliged by your prescribed by drawn IB Saturday, July list, ISM. and Youths Fall amid W'uat.r Oothif
.. i iadebted W said JL citiacnaof Tallahassee and vicimty, that be pro- To be IMtianre Yd.J_ Gent ;
which and aU rsotn
of we -
0---- their .
tho of pe
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reception ; \
bUt on recovery ,
,with your l "_ g Il. twi
SO dozen en lAt PrL5a Gent IndSaIItAL
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iJn.tal
FACT._ It tx <* to l> >n> fssast r
JL COMOO n allogatUvr ni &L. .1.-ss.4 m tle
y of will remit yon 4h.money. saw .Afetfr.Jnly 7H: had eofMrferaWe iprienee \Ve would call particular attention t-> lullowing 1.- BOOTS AND SHOES.PLANTArrTON -
-perhaps it Is-that the present campaign From the wonderful effect of said.fp Ulc"In this neighborhood to JAMES T. ARCHER t in teaching ill this city, I hop*(by untiring zeal splendid scbcme paelrag of IS whole tickets GOODS '

the republican* is being opened exclusively by ,there could be sold annually a Urge quantity, if to S. 185S. 27- w tbd onremitted energy to merit a sits!. of public costing only |89--and every other ticket being ;
Jen Mr.Bell
southern know-nothings. Mr. Critter Davis. tCe be had from tome local agent. If yon would compensate a .... Corn for Sale.BUSHELS ; patmnage. The greatest eare wiH be. taken with warranted to draw |10, determined by the turn' Jersey. te"t*' .: uJ. ra irc nnd Rope,

Mr. Humphrey lard1aU, Mr. Winter are person for trouble and expense of rending think I could thoM committed to my charge both to regard to bet drawing the Capital Price whether odd or Ssloda StnpcJ. .'lm eUMarlhoroog .
4t1iUt covrritrt of the new party. They are apparently CORN for sale. .Apply-to the
advantage to do ao. and morals.As even. and Russets and b&Uk Shoe*,
teakettle your St.ipee
fix the creed, ordain the ritual, 500 of TallahAwee progress
to North
permitted mile will beglteti
M. MALLORY, undersigoed one education
TOOTS respectfully, WM. complete and thorough aa IIPLUDID IICBUL Plaids LJnaey sad
in the new church. x.dr..1MII"
and the lint sermons J&MESE.BItOOE. in
preach Per W. L POSTH. other Institution
obtained! all
be Ovnaburgh. Virgin
to that the republicans ".- ,,+. f as CB any ut'CI'1O'f o.n.lUl. rstzxs rATAu u rrtt. Heavy Cotton
.0
suggest wily
We beg permission IWl'urcbs.ers will be careful to ask tor DR.MULNE June26,1854. 21 sIce' .. the State;artd tts soon as the patronage will warrantable Io....5500I i 4-4 brown and bleachWool Hats
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made of these men to pull the chestnut 1 Prlzeot...._ 'OOO 4 Appronmal'a t
have use
coalition works CELEBRATED TEBMIFUOE tmanufaetared by 7UJlln ">x ... competent assistant will b* procured.. In U ..i..... 10,000. U .. 100,000 *d domcstkf. Steel Iron and Nails
out of the fire. If the pretty Bio of fitttburgk.Fa. AU other Vermifuge la compart Ice, Ice : eomectioa with the SCHOOL, a class tot I A ...... : 4 to ... III Bcowi( and bieaecd-Lnnspiete aaeortmeat ef
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in late to I' ... 50I
well they arc strong enough coming ..... tnoo 4
1
Dr. M'Lane' genuine Yermtrng.also auAHTTTY ros SAIE JBT BOOKKEEPIHQwill Hrdvarb.CABPETING .
fix the tthole affair to suit their own latitudes hn. aonarsworthloav Airy .; ....... .OOO. O tings
Liver Pills can now be had at aU respectable desirous of embracing ..... 1,001StI
lug the advantage of committing their southern allies i his celebrated / HENRY BEREt be commenced and those wrpHa 1 5,00018 ....5o ,

pact all possible retraction. Meantime we con I drugstore Jt'omg.**lvUkoutOUtifnaiur*BEOS. 1858. *2 M commercial life, wfll be fairy qualified to I : :::::::::: O1OI Bnutels Three Ply and Ingrain Carpet.
FLIMINO Mil U, 1 Room.. .... 50
gratulate the country that we hare a prospect at .rid- : enter upon the duties of the Counting, ........ 500 5 Parlor Rngs and door Matt

least having party liberal enough to enable It NOW PUBLISHED, 'f :- ClauSe and Higher Brandies ot Cogliab, perTerm I S : :::::::::: :\ s ... 50 All of the above mentioned artioUe, will be sold
00
..... ... l25
ticket in two three State. of Five Month.... ?* .
electoral or Htm! Hovee.
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to get up an S ip 1 ..... tooa a*good terms as can be boqht.of aay
of the South. If the republicans have got enough AKD FOK, IAL1T Primary Department................<./ IS 00 a ........ too s ..50 nfcon
to the Democracy AGENT Of THE WO exercises of the SCHOOL will commence on too ........ 100 are ...... ... ..... 10/100 ID the CitT..
free
of abolitionism, we are say GENERAL The ..... W1LSOHOct. .
mere MARKS. 20,000 .::.... 10 are...... .toOOOO I D. C.
their conclusions in this PORT OF ST. January 4th, 1858.
Quarrel with MONDAY,
will not Union.Twc C. DREW, Boo loller, inform tUon required can be obtained by applieattoo Wade Tickets$10,Halve $3 Quarters$1.SO .n, 187. 42 *
respect.reahitoa Any where
16 Wholes
I ARRIVED, to the subscriber at hi* residence or at the A Managers'Certificates of Package sent for .....*>. ihe451tIrT1msi y
1LX wish 0 th I Try and keep to l
: pv
JACMOimLLE Bcxar. person iJybe do.:::::::..... 40
8ehr.Wild Pigeon,O"Learr New rteuI.RECENT Store oX CoL B. do. do. 15 ,

residing PIUJLCC at Clifton or ,Lrt the wife'.-of We a gallant learn that major lady at Jaa Jaly 5.80.J.Q.Anderson,King Itew Tort. THE HISTORY I ANTIQUItIE$ 49 D.CLAYTON. do.do. do.do. tlghlha.16OMften., ao.do..:::::::::_..-.. SO 10 ICB'! ICE t UJCEti3Tthe "

D.,157. .
serving la India, hat received a letter from -
present her husband which gives glowing account c.si.treasure OF I The Managers hare been compelled from the nu ] Exprese Packet Brlft.GmrW teXty..fif

seized liy our troops at Lucknow. A* an A.1tD l01oia. Q. Cromartie Administntor of Ue' Estate of I memos com plaint* made te them ,of unfaithfulness days freta 2iew. ork .. are la rteeipt.ofxAi

home p '. : ukllnT.Crornarthdecraas.1 who bay. been attending the ? of tbk swnmer lunrj. inS wUcb.we
earnest of his own MeeeM he has cent her a : ttf. . on the part f those Too more
necklace splendid pearl and eome emeralds one PORTACOV1tY rru I 'to ". CatharineJ filling of orders to resume tbe correspondence boMn .- .. desire to dispense to all ia wtnt'. aplie Uoa
James'V, "Cromartie Luther Cromartie, St.Mark*fir Ne*. Fort, M
The at
value. ICE HOUSES
believed to be of large 8*and in their own name. at oar
of which I is _,()x- .1. and.lstefldrid4the and her husband Elba
are In a comparatively rough state, the emerald _ Grenartie Margaret Fason ray Order Ticket from the Manager only. two clots'per pound lot qosttdtiM eesrlO0, pea
gems been ignorantly and. we had almost 1 1eaid DR. LEWIS 1 : ..Eleanor Robinson and her husband George Address. all letters to R. FRANCE A C ... r when not required to be -r ajidat t ttal per qnestities -

merciletllly* having drilled through. The letter speaksof this city, baa introduced into his practice the Rar.eL : Robinson, aDd Charles Banoorman. el aL Baltimore Md. I UDder 100 poonds. ; } '
0" of the apptita : aSore named defendants are hereby notified furnlabeS bfcereteiore at Scents
be
corporal in the'gallant officer' regiment bar. rooeoi aDd important cLacoTery rlpBC of the esUte March 6. mS- 10-ly Stockholders win
a
administrator .
be worth i ..JL that the mdenigaed pound fa any trtantttks desired. and lean.pntatiou -
which will probably boa of the %
bracelet p.r
log got a baa fila -
Another letter from a young MAQSTTIO MlCHUn, ..f Franklin T. Cromartie deceased petition Notice.81t Paid III Tallabasse.RBpepot. But or*
to 200.000. XLXCTkO
100,000 office of the Circuit Court of Leon
Clerk's tofJLMarka
Lithe
at Clifton Ute* that the writer mea lectricity iap** from'the first of this untie. "*rs with blaaktU or boxci.ll at be orfirded
officer received by which a current .The aof : for the .ale.f eertais- lands of said estate monlL pnblicatioo -
ha got three superb embroidered hwU. of rare through the tooth at UM time of xtraeting. proda- : described CeontT ia said petition, use distribution, and they undersigned Executrix of the hut Will and Ice House. ri lid
make
Mtrmry.UT aroid the u e ef Daniel Hooek.deeeased.Ut f Leon HAHDTMES.T. *. wesr/.
workmanship and great prieaJJruto chi; a local Aoettheaia. and ao ; 4are-hereby notified to apptae and answer said peti- Uttament f /> b. tbs ,

4. CHLOROFORM OR ETHER. ;s tioa.l the ISth day October. next being ooonty.wUl present her fiaal accooat to the.Judge- m.eldig gp.th sg .
-a : .mbe ha'nvt.i
some ainec -. terra of said Court of ProbaU o said county and ask to be discharged. .term*
When Kentucky Judge, jw with ntnaoceas. by Iffttday of the next regular
ru Ha fca apfJi 4 $[a a ira ber of ca 8ft _ SUSANNAH trou .. EttV" I lrea Uxn rs- 1'9" C DD. } lfttra.
Adm
etraige ,.
tome CROMARTIE,
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was asked by an attorney upon ( that ( ''. *:::;* IHtle or MFi ; JOBS Ikiy.21.2
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A) cr"
"U ; .1. St.Msrks 51 (l m
ing. -Ithatlxw, your honor r be replied; in th* utr eti D." .' i.,s'i->. I 59.. 17-3m 1. .. U5J. 27Gm'e'a r. !.. .1 ,
and she think the do, r rr-- 4 (b": .
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& Journal To the. Traveling Public. I IXiJi B.StLimS. ; : A2D.ca ALLAHASSEL de ,Li"'O'"c.y FLC'l' !IDA,,

Ii pol4isl edTrerj SATURDAY, by dJ Wholesale and Retail. D
TAMES s. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE 1 NOWS1agC. : TALLAHASSEE, FLbREDA- -' BETTG3 AKD iTEEICIKT\ ftl
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I C "I'IIE Proprietor 1d"rD. zt
At TWO LloLVAts per annum, in adauc. I form bi*friends and the Ptrfumerr, UjetuT,, Kir -tf.l! T' iSpirt's -:.: :'
I J rtJ E puNiC (bathe baa rebuilt bis, fr."!. WioJowi t.ln>, 1'.11 "
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TKUVS ADVIJRTISIXG.. tbe old stand aud U Oils;Vani lt. Puttj Matuirfuri.d .
------ 1 large Biiek Stabler, flt $ now Toanl :. .
One square of 12 line.,or 1es. lint u5ertIQa. $1 00 4 TRI-WEEKLY LINE of STAGES will ruu i! |prepared to acce'iunwxlatp his friends and customers I tiling Ware, Patevt Merfk-tnes.

each l*|:q'J.'nt 60 1 JL\ ill conn<'ction with She *>. A. riufe ionalaal U tiae5' Car- -.:! rte" at?l') per Station No. Ii. Mouday! *. WeciiiCKhT and Fr.. | 81i"ip.w here be will!hare bate done all kiod,ot j ; and H.ir Bri:I<", fS.r2.cdkina1buI.C,.-
1 PlanUtb-n wink Horse slitH.ir.Kaad Carmg annum. : days on arrival of the Car from Savannah; connieting : : ,
Advert semen's not markfj with the number of ; WuretUrt.. with tI.. Stage foul Biuo'uiejc ; ;, the very 1-Cit iK.ioner and with promptness. and.disp..t Garden Seed*. Fine Havmna bepar,.
I
Insertion* will b. ce>utiau d until forbid, and charged I pasting throci! Sfagno'u, Million an J Ti"r.pvile! : I ,'h. :: f'.u..mb ; 'J l.f y have recently ricrired n La'II' ul ..1,,.lo
5. 1 813. 44 '. i vfj-lj .every variety ajrtvles usimllv
According* andArrlft'1C ia Tbomamlle on Tuesday ILurVlajand r P- 5j- lift jv
:CriUfioat of publication of I Ig.l or estate Saturday evenings. I-envti 1!Jioruitst'nle, Mon fwtioes will not b. gueu nutil lie adrertieing fee i. da\s, W eJ.I( .1IIJ. and I'nJijs pa* mg tLlou'J'u the tin rstaljlit.hnent: a full supily I'feti.rtLiZg ice
paid. ftlwva named p111Ct.I'n return route, and cunnecliu; I For Sale by P..BrJBrcJiAWr d.d, and rn the met liberal t.rrOr -.:

-- with the Brurt wick A Fl .nda R 'lrw d, ansI s*.mi. npHE Subscriber bus Just f receireJa. Jtrs fr. m the Country prompj fi.lIcsi .nd f.f h.f1r
nah, Albauv t Gulf lUilroatl by slnpe at W arcs. Qlir.'ery large supply or o.rti.< tun prarti,teed. with regard UtUn prices ass! muu;
BLACKSMITHING! boo, on Tuesdajs, Thurd.iys and Saturdays ; ar- iI' _Ll.I5u7ptes, and Harness, which lie offers t;. l'hy il":1n'! prescription trefoil,r.mpocn'.1.|
-0- rites iu Savannah and Biunswick sa-ne e eDin6' j for sale on the most reasonable terms. i Al o. KrririK4ConjHii: Ploi.] E'stract of Loch

i is hereby give! that Through fare, fivni Thennasville to Savannah ,?14 November 18. 1854. 46 I -Jan, -6.- ISMf-- -_----
NOTICE HILL i CO., Proprietors. I -- ---
">irTiiiNo I5rsircR Cod Liver ]
MILES NASH & CO. i Oil
( will be ccctmoetl All Lcteto- O. W. MERRILL: Agent. (
"re at the OLD STAND ol D. C. WILSOV, m the TroupTillc May 8, 1858. 19-3in, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. t TTMcrSH & PURE of the eMrated! -?ran,:,' Ji
----- -- ---- ---- JL giman Clark Co, d n J-.t'I.
aud firm of
name, Mvle JUST received from New Toils per bark R.H. i F..rsieby! AMEs ,t U\'EI.\

H. B. Fitts & Co. : .. a general Assoitment of articles in put line April,5, use. ii
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,,,. Fmli as Oils oC almost kind Burning Fluia --- -
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CITYQTEL.5 "
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Grateful for the patronage heretofore extended them ,I 'I \bite Lead, Zinc aud other paints, :XVindow Glass if NoticeS'IX -
they are uow better IrPp.lrd, and cletermmeJ to I : Soda
best oualtly Putty, Brushes, Potash, Sparkling
SPARE JVO PUNS I "\TOULD. respectfully inform-the public that lie Gelatiu ,Ix>ndon Mustard. French Brandy (very beat) I i > 11"DtIuoIICtu the the first piUwatioo of this n-
has leased the CITY HOTEL (known as the I fur medicinal Spices I'epper. Lemon Syrup : (', undersigned will present his dial al'.
oa their to acconiuiodkU all who favor purposes :
part count ansi
may vouchers
them with their patronage I Brow Hotel.) aud will take charge on the first of j Inks Quill!l', Pcralan ]ark. Fluid Extract BuchuA 1 : '- of Eliza J. Jerkin as administrator; ./ the Kit tat.
: May next. His untiring exertions will be lued togive S U C II A S full Fatirfriction to all who will pa lionize him. Medicine We keep none but the Tery best and snd ask for a dLscbnrge.V.. B.M ILLS, Admfr

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re. April 24, 1853.! 11Nathans' 'I Lope to merit your patronngeMILES t _Jan.. 23.._18"'S _,_ 4-gm ,___ __ _
I ---- NASH i CO.
and A --- -
pairing Carriages Bug Notice.
O I Mauh 29, i8G 18 -
gics, Plantation zrork ofcrcry tJ QIX n.iuhs! after date I '
House : hall preMnf n. nat ae't
description, J JM WlfKULLmONWOltX vnt and touelera to the Hi! n.Judge,: l"uhaU

Mill Irons and repairing sane, Ironing \Vagoiut I! QUINCY, &HL FLORIDA. I II for Jefferson county. e* administratrix! of tle Fjt I.t.t
Nc"'OU : 'cti1cL.This ;
and Carts, i .. of Bti>jin>in Win il3m, late ..faLl county dfCfjc-*.
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nod iu faet every ether ducription of work made: <.f ; rPIlS :.ideis.greu ha* naill'n".1I. hOUSE of Establishment is Now Under Frail!! Blast. ansi *fk for a eiiwl'arsre. from mid ndmjni-tratum.

Iron and Steel all of which T'e WARRANT and pledge! I| J- Eutertaitmiei.t. in iK tuilJmg foimnlv "I'OWII I -...- 1 I Fd 6. Igni. JANE WINDIIAM, Adaifx

ouravlves to execute at the .L 1 .IliTS?; & CO '*<' Li;> fli"1"1' at **>}' h"l r. TA, 1' IA.j .'\-S.Apru ". k7 has intvu vj.iiKe! ; :ass conununicaUuns: ttr ; ? ; i
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H;u., j *. iS5S- 14j relative to woik. .t ., ttbouid b< addressed to him. I Notice.
-- --------- ---- ----- ----- ,- All work coinu,p under the head of this 1:' i 1 SIX: Months after date, I shall present inv final

j I-J' E VVi will beprf,rrptly, mechanically mid neatly executed l< and voucleis to the lI"M>ra!>I l."jud;.

r tit as moJersle a charge as price of labor, Lc., e-f : Jf'ff'enonn er.iir.tv. as adminVrator *f
l. Spring & Summer Goods I justify.T1.I8. the estate of A'fretl! AT. IJay"r. lute of raid roon'y,

!,>'lL-hs.unt is not kept up for the : deceased, And ask for a discharge{ from said admits
JI I of making money, (s'rsne to cay,) as dear bought : istratiou. ALFRED KA SOR. Adinl'r
WE HAVE ttimE3 ora ST<'" 0, '
experience has I! mon tr Jted to me, it cannot be dODin Marth 5, 138. lO-Cm
I :I j SPRING AXD SUMMER GOODS I this region at this branch: of business-but for : 1 j I

: Ter fnttfK.n, from New York : bcntlit; of the n'iforttnate, who btppea to bare Engincs I Notice.SIX
: -0- and suds like, torepnir i ij I .

;FI t(: LADIES DRESS GOODS, use J'atte-n. 8or141fadIlH rl. Tool, d.e.t btluj j" I j montli after date, 1 hill present my final
/ I and Vouchers to the lion
J..(bl': ,d"l \'. I itge. iii Order, and Good Condition I j Judge. i>f Pro
HATS
: n. '\ r *)JC.I7V, bate Jefferson eounty. as administrator de bo'miacoil"
j' e Jfil\ etn le TwnfJ Out with I '
.' JJ'l.f'\ fc2a ; of the EaIAr of JiI.nL. Lotion late
IJOOTS AND SHOES! of tnid
Xcafnc and !
4':' H'H\ ..,,. .. -, ; DuflaUh.Slufiii I county, dee-ea.ed, and ink t r a etuharee fr..m Silk
IIARD-AVARK AND CROCKERY! l1j. Pullic, Plan.fcr Boxc Hanging : : adwinigtration: OEO. W. BLACKBURN.Admt'r .

Ames & Lively j I SUMMER CLOTHING I II &hariuiis. Spur Ge .ruis, W.itcr nub, _Steam Pipe : (!e bwiij nan
Stop C.IKS Ujuzc Ci l3autati Go. il*, Mat'inij' C i, .1- i Apnl 10, ltZ3. .1:- r.,
wliieli
received the !
f1wiiig, f.ngennl well tne1 II. <, we ,
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HAVE I R >ik:s, Circj'ar! ail! Uj -: ht Saw Mill and 1 : ; -- -
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soitn.eutcfBRU5HEa, which are j en tl e i e*t s.ac'ubIe ti'rus.j : -
Oiut SMI G'-..rn: :. Circular cud Fpni1)* Saw,. : l :
offered for sale on as reasouaMe terns r.a caa Lc af- j| Zr Girt J n (':ILL. J:;:{) le. tic., Gc:.erall} kept on Hand or cot up on S j; 1 t Notice.QIX .
folded in any Southern Maikrt viz: j HODcI\] S. con: k I'OOLE. Notice. In Fast t. Hi i s it the Place for all that i I ; m.mt1cr.f'r (I te, 1 '',al! rrecent rnr Si \.
Paint Brushee ground from 0 it {OOOl'CO.' I Apsil Ill, 2S5S. ItMf WoiL i.i this Line Dune up Right and with Dispatch.IUvn : account ins! ttuders, to the )I". JuJ rW I'rn
do do G3] C'fPflllO\ (lOIn :,'. I to C. j t l
fur
:g some I.ail. d"z,'n Enjincs iay clfconUnl- j >a'e Jfflim'n evr.r.tj t-s II.JDli..i.trator with fl-
White Wash Brushes, <
Window do Iljfra du ;; JEW COO 111.6 cause west keep it tip. Tb..refurl'yoJ nH county. c'!,f ef ced, acd a'V for a,1i-cLaT. frnrfa
Shoe do in pairs nuJ wilh top kuolx. ; ftlwtj iely on Iuaviinj' wink clone ftt tin ___ i i I; : : i .d..anr..r 3. Root Bath Bi Ufhes ,
JOHN PRATOHIOUS. WAKL'LLA IRON 1rORKS..r; I JAMES S. WALKER.
do do Yelvet do AJirtV. nith She Vi'iH: aunexcdSlX ,
IZorsfi Hair flesh do curved aud plaiu MERCHANT TAILOR -- I Mrdi 1:. ii.,8. 11-6n

Tooth Hair" icd Nail Brushfs, ia greet taiKty, I llcrf Ct-.tics the J\'CT Important Thing. --- ----- ----- -,- --. -

InLuit's do da Flc.L Glove') ,ebHOIM Dealer Goiitlcmcn's In Ready Furnishing Made Clothing Goods.? and PAY PAY PAY !!! : }) I i' Ilotice.

Wire bounJ Stencil Bru.L.-.. I I1 You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore I tl"'r.lh r nd tiale. I rLai: present hi, !:..!.
.do do marking do -- I and have work d.met'it1out for a moment : ) :: \, an.l voael.er to the ll.-a Judge",.fpr .

Ijon bound Roof d>> / am noif rueiring wa Fall and IVinter sup I I dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there ar } bite of Jefiir on county* admiristratrix C-'IM .,

Handle Scr.ib doPoouab ply (il Cloths, Casstmeres no U.inlvi" ur Banking facilities,or surplus capital jou :; t ; : tate ,.f Finnei 11.St wvrtIute of sail I euutitx. tl.-\
csiiiigs, eSC.,
and Lackeiin do oj II want 1, 2. 3. 4 ansI 5 year credit, and their require I erased, and IIfur a 1 i- I.arire from IiI .miri,

Guilders lip, and Grammy Gorabs Every Color Sljlc and Quality one to ride from 50 to 500 miles fur pay and probe.Uy tratwn.. F.LMK8TF.WART. .lmtr'x
Camel's Hair ADd Bn'!;ei' LlcuJeii, ultimately exp<,iid from 10 to 25 per cent 'Jlnrch !(f\. lfi1&S. l-fim
do do Pencil vhlch; I am prepared to-male in the most --- _. --.-
I up I amount in collecting! Is this right r Ia this

Shaving Bruges Badger, Buffalo AnJ Bristle, I fashionable 4fy!V, on shoi I ttftltcc aging Home lntiutry f If so, can you be surprised. Notice.SIX .
Hat do S that it docs not thrive ?
Together with a large lot ol Paints and PamUrs! Mteri.ils I AND REASONADLE TERMS I Arrugt'I11l'nt": must bo.maJe for payment before I nun.tl.9 nfte. diets.! t I 1:11011.! p.s.t Pi" tib.I I
ALSOA drliwry of\\01 k. through some house in this place : : -) :bt and T.'ueher' xs ns1raire.trat.r nf'th* ft

XOT.lt.157. 47 I ,, SL Marks, or Tull.il (-that is far enough fromLmie. I rllt. If D.ll!. II Fsst.taright ('.rc.aee.I to th.- },''.
L.txi.iLLstLIrr : TOC K or I 1 Judge .f Preli tc of I.o., .
-- : I c : p nrtv.. ansi ak tor a !i
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READY-MADECLOTHING I You Ill:) b. pnod but we cannot run after I tlar-e. II. J, 1 P.. J'OT\\ Ailmi
United Mail
States Line ,
I I Lord ill this :Lircl, 2''). i85i. Jtim
., Ct>n, istinir tit tven' gtrment ftitable for wiutir enrnin.s Drpiitrnent Besides, when i !
wesr.1 --- -- -
s tou- i sods a. (1sika. TnI..t! -. I' c.'*. '-.b, Pant, .!., ic Labor i is cieJited out parties try bird to make them- 'I 1
NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WET wl'icli will b. di"I-.1! d'at I.w pilots.AW vic believe' it is nut half done, because they owe I I Notice to Debtors.
I i !
-A.NP- a Lr; ]lot .11'1:1:111:1.1| Fwie, Shirts! : CutLrs: I font. : : A LL prrlV'ntI iihltljted t., tl* late firm t 1 t o\\ ".:,
INTX l1IEDIA'1'11.'ROIlID_\ PORTS, I UiidvrfLiits.Cra\it. i.-ke: II'l'rd.c,&'. \NICL LVDD. I i; I I t1'J'n;, ..... ,.._...,rj .- _. .-5..'> .
uoxxcCTP!) WITH IIIKST&A2TER I Thc.!c do!'nn: a t"'rou' !h ou'.lit, 'will consult tlif irowniuterctls I ew i'ur iidy_ I!. 187. ._28___ r fletko.11'. J: V. Gon:Ju.. 2jlr antWizfii ,.. set
!Ivieiv2g met call. u all the iU>ve ar- r'5 t.V all aecotn'. S. W. Jl'hK1:
ISABEL p t'elrshate! b<.eii I'l'lO'ChoJ MII great c.ireaxd with:1 Ta'.IaWie.! Fel. 20, 18i3 t-If
/OR KAT.ASA A>'P Crf) !:TOX AT aCT WEST sporisl 1'i iev to tbrsrsdipt&ti'-H to ths, market. 1' GUNSMITH SI-JUP. : ; : --- -- .--- -

--.--- Oet .bei IS, U53. ly-12 I : I Notice.
undersigned lx. leave inform tL
rue TILU.\ rI"lIF. 5< citizens ; i Qi IX !I. "tM sftr date IsLaH '
i > prfsiul to tT. II .
I T' TCLAME, j Lns "pci)ed"n|'late numltr mini cue!urmouudsn; country that. lie I I I (O Jnd/-|.f Pr- bate, in tn f..rIl,, eoLiity t.1 '..Ld."
Steamship Company i i*'n. my final rccornt ansI VOIT! er,, as adnnnilrt*. r

or XLV\ flfi OP.LtS I II I IS iiow rieci\'iii5 l.u Tull auJ Winter Stuck ef | G cxsjriTjr SHOP, of tbe litate Ir Rrftrnl; I Harrison. *lcea-p.I. eat
I Gotnls, tuitablc f'r S an.j (hit Lc ill i i.ow prtp.intl to do all kind of ttork I tliall then :PI,111i.r. final discharge from said ail
taken (Ihe iii-ul ooutraet for .tl>t\enoit I' belonging to Ins line ot bu"iiie<* in the belt and *u luoikmiulikc : minn.trj.tiop. I. M. HAIIIJISON, Adml
HAA uu! tWO tint cUft* Se4 &lc-imrs regularly I j J Z N'c.titistg J y JfP1 mlnnc.r.11 \Vurk done at isis shop :I May f\. U'*. lCrNotice.

h.ice a nv
nod 2lh, aud'leading; the .aui. efening | > and V tt'ii'js e>f nil ei>!'.r*, aud of tic l" trju.il !I ta- Cala3sdjisv .im if t.al .m'A .

Till fiTZA 11 EH Sl'l.lr'wi1lleaa ity, w hi"h he u pr..pired to tnu.r.icurt: to order on \ UGLTSlU.SliHOWN.SLop I niimtl.a after
tlife. I I.\I! !! >mrnt fiL'1j
the meat reasonableteruis! .11:d ill the most I net door to J. & G. Zuker's, Harness ; I SIX ] iLl It i
New' Post in the mnnling.U.l St. MtiLtinniuus t nrnt aud rouehers to the !1.>rx>rat>le Judge
en thv uiuv.l e-f the Cars from Tltlblu) fCe. FASHIONABLE MANNER L ..sn o P. I Prol-ate, f" rJelTtrsoB c sunty, ns admhiutratoroflicio "S

taking mail, j asitt-gers, baggage and tight to and i( 'IVjither with itnicat ,-- TjlLiluwee Dec 19. 18:;. 51GmGARDEf of the Estate cfXntha'nLil F.f"nftf! ilr a el'',
a general as' of -
from thc Stea ucr,stud returning; ia ea!>.n Lr the af- j I, : 'aul ask fir a ni i elmr!* from ,ahlmlnsnistration.
l'niGOu ti a'.n. i READY-MADE CLOTHING 1 &EEDSTGHOTHOi'lS57. :| WJL II. ANDREWS, late SIseriffarisi

The trat ellmg PUUIC can now test as.'irvd that thi I that w ill compare favorably ".ith any .luck of Clulhin : Admt'r ex ..ffi desired cud cominiinicA. ', .! I May I. S3 8. 18-
long frequently attempted exhibited ni
for Pale
this
ever in rf i
? city. c{n intuv \ A rE \vt-,;;,' call the. trillion of our friends and i __ _..__. _
Iio3 to auJ from the above Parts is in !ueh bnl", ; : -
warraut peruuiuency auJ rucco rPatnengers 1'uucv CaMiiner and B.aer rn.ock1: d llu"iu.uCo.tl. T lie p'l* lie :l'litralJJ',to our present Large and : Notice.SIX .
\\tll sdtetid Assortment of I
l aiog i alaic .ervnt.ts must nee to I ILlack !
clearing them at the Custom lloucc, Le.furc got ig on J and eolurcJ C.o'.h; Denver aud Pilot Over- FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. ; I moot?,. after unto I shall prfeut H.T fit Iti r
I and rmicbers to tb.-HOlt. I'rnlmUfor
board. : Judge
I t t53T" Suck Snrtmits, I Our Sndj are procured fiou a Cold Climate And i
J<'rTer nn 'fIunt.. administrator of the
as Estate
Also look after ,'oundt.
For further paiticulir your. Apply Buggage toDANIEL i j lln;l-Hii'* lilacs aLt! Fancy Doi>l>in and C.isimcrePants "I *oi.ft'oueiitl. will f!(>uri-li the better in a warmer one, )) l I| ,)John J:. Blnckledge! late oCeait county derea ->d
(
bach us ours. -: Call early or send your orders, and ak for a dir-eLarge from said ailmiiiittration.
LADD, Agent. \ Bes-tGrenaJiiif, Baralset( Satin and Cloth Vtfct b. i that you taav secure the varieties you desire. TIIOS.O. OlER: A-mtr?
New Port Fl1, July 11. 1&61. 23 Fancy Whet Cas'-inicre, hilL and C.-olmurc! elo, j AMES & LIVELY. I ,
15, 18iS
May 20GmNOTICE.
__ I While Silk elo, I Janutry fr, 18:3. 2 I .---- -
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS Griits'ShawlDrei'siiss I : U.!b.'!. line Shirts, Silk, i --- .------- ---- -

ox TItC S Cotton and MoiLio liu.l.'r shirt! <. Florida Railroad. .
Cuuto FllJlwluIIJ:
Jtaus IJrll\H .
rs.
I I TO ALL WHOM it may COCER"VTOTICE .\ :
FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. ; -.LJsc1- J = # i.
is .
I hereby given that application "ill l
A jjciieial a oitinrnt <.f F. ncan" ,! I"*?'* Silk ted ,.*A T.i.ue-ting of the Board of Directors of She i : I Ii I .11 iiiade ti> tbe ensuing Central Assembly <>f tie
00SQ rP:1. Sati.i t-'tat C..il..rl'.1; l ansi lFloriih Ilailroid Company held at Fernandina I II : State of Florida, to change the name of fait Hoi,

,I "llill'! KrJ and 3,1k; MOMS, Buck aiJ l4..Ic 11,read on the 7th '!.IV, of November, A D, 1857 the following i I da Seminary AnJren Cvlliqt, and afro a Change
LEAVES FEUNAXDJNA DAILY, do. Ladies Gauntlets uptrior I.incii.jan brie and I ie '.hII"U'IIS adopted : .. Af i'. charter to conform in all respects to that ,,f aCoornot.
I Sik: HanJkcrchiffe, Brown nnj }'ar.c C.-tt.Hi. Losbe I in be half True
"\ AVn>:ULA'. The woik on the Fl" Railroad liarj* I Signed of the Board cf
(SVXDA EXCLPTED,) I bread and Marino I Hose, Ac, :. CALL AND in? uh'nllceol l l t < a cn-ulitum which bnugi it into tne-i : tee. JOHN C. LET President

arrival Sterrners from Ch>rlcs/m! and SaTanailu I BUY. S fut ciinntxitw wth; the btine' of the Interior and; I May 22. 1858. 21
ON ut CalUhan with Stape for ; October IS. 850.. 42 I tlie. piattiinlnliiy sfn successful prosecution ofit to
connecting __ __ ___ i ]
Trader's IIill and CVntrenU-, ; at &tldvin wilh the end Lying nsiMiilly demonstrated, the Company Notice.A .
Stae f>r Taflahsec! ; At Tail BriJ.e 'wiJi t-I..ic, i$ NEW BOOK3. I "isleTs li.i' thus (I.r conducted the enterpnse consider'
for 'iti.1.nl"hur11.1 al fcUrkt with 81.11el f.t :-v:. [ (list a point 1 Las been 't'Mhwhere they may hope LL persons IiaTiufj claims or rntnds against
J1am'ie. Gamsvil! Micaix'py, Flemiu;lou, uuJ JUST RECEIVED !ILL to be1 net\ by the confidence and cooperation of the I -1.; the Estate of Andrew Miller. late of teott eoun
t ,, .1J1 planters? andl nurcb.mts of the interior: ty deceased. are hereby notified to present them tit
I U' p--.a/ll o the undersigned: Executor of the last Will and testa-
'cl I .
ral ol Stages, and Ctsnflecti.st Feruaudi'ia wiftiKteamcrs I'ii--A h'\I. Tlicrrforf, leolvd. That tl e Secretary be direcT :
I ..f..I.j.A euwrn,1. .- g.- .t t.ItJo,.1 I moist of fc.il,I Andrew lliller, within the time pta'seribed
for Savannah and 1 ,
t'hulclitoo GIUXGO-TII""fi'i
!
oa Mucdiiy I ju Mexico ; t I pony upon the same terms as heretofore, and to take i by law or this nntiro will be plead ia Urthereof.
Tuesday, Wedncsdiy and Fnday.A 1)11. KANE'S Arctie !
rspeV.i'.ion ; such steps as !may aflfu-d the moat convenient I GEORGE WILSON Ext'r.June .
opportunity
II COLSup'L: I .ME2IOIll 1 .,fS S. Prenties. Speeches. May 1, iriS IS life-A novel by the Counties to take Stock. j' -
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--- --- -- ant'x! of Msrjraret and Zaidec I A true from the mir.utrs.
I ; copy .
-a $50,000 Cash I It>Altl:L A noJ; GEO. W. CALL, co.j I J 11ofice.'TOTIC'E .

3,000 Bales! Cotton I AKTISTS, WIF-1.--.A: novel.1 is hereby rinn.: tLat Land Warrant No.

5,000 Leon County Bonds i VASCOSSELOS lJe.nef\ II Iu prrei.-Ji.ee of tl.e f..r<'jroinff! resolution notice, i I -.N Cl.477 f.. 160 acres issa r by S.i.m; le i.e. Lvreljy given that the Lor.U cf tlieCuupanyare lArch Irs, 1855 to Eizi! A. Bruce former widow n f
lIE UNDEISIGNLr* uakes tbe pelrar.uoi.ih
Mlowing pro. ; Md'OUGALL .' HOEBY at F..mmdiuLrlwre Henry FilU, was destroyed by fire 16tb May, l6Applicatim .
JL 1 positi. i. to did f,1ead.; and customer viz: J.'b4o7. 27 I open eubscriptKtaiy ._ II I
lc inlc either in 1 will be ma-le to the Commi.'II'D ef
J letter
or by ,.
A Fiist-He wijl receive Ca Ji in pajn.ett for al! -- ]'cr@tJO Qe
: Pure Z i1Vhitc II jiru mnt ot tl.j pre-epi arseiwiurnnt being 117.00 ofr Pensions for the renewed c.f the same, a caveat be-
Svmoauts dao him >n notes bold or (>j>ci accounts .1
fachelurc filed tales .
100.00. This j lug agreeably to presonbed.KL1ZA
is the 'owntrlu
Secondly-Iu th! ai! vn!e r f C.ulL. he will rccii*c company I
Cotton in pi\men: i f.'r all birds I.Gte.r cptn ac : (GROUND in pi pared L1XSEED OIL.) \ u sites of IVi nandita and Cedar Key, and also A. BRUCE.Br .
750,000 acres of land, which had been a U. BLOOD, AtfyJune
: E l.ue property
countaat, its highctt luiilet prirc : \\7 jCbt reeeivel a fies! supply of this newT ap
praised at over SS.uOtU'CO and it is believed I?. 1653. --*
I that
Thirdly-In tbo ILlJl cice of CuA r.n 1 Cotton JH'will I 1 and U.iutrulhite, dire t from the mannfactsry !
receive to the amount of$5,OCO Leon Coui.ty i /d .Tor it to (the public Tjith most perfect I I further assessment of Irons JS.00 to f 10.00 per.hari
v,'ill be s.filckut to flu!.!! the Notice."VTOTICE
road.
Bonds it their market value iu payment of Binds, II coiifideuce, ns pos<.'Ming a'l! the qiiahtic which rcn Ii IiII I % \. .
OCO.
notes aad accounts. der a paint Mot Jcrirable viz: Its ioce-rx-turable !. Jan \V. CALL, SecV. i, hereby giren that six months after
He woulj! inform bis fiieuds anJ customer that I bnlliancy! of Color.freedom from all pononoHt oual 0 1SSS. :- L\ sate appllcatioo will be made by the ,ulrnbr '

LI. payments for the months of Frbnnrv and March I ilitt-ntrer injuring tile fiealth e-f the workmen or to the Hou.Judge of Pothole .1 Lena cuui'f

:are:very heavy, anj he f feel coufident. In considera I j I inmates cf newly painted ap rt1Drnt-ita durability i lit final discharge u administrator and admim

tion of t.i 'reat fadcb/enee bcretofire cxtend l, ', in the most exposed situations and its great superiority I \ LL pcrsfrfis having .! ( tratn'x of tLe Estate of John T.tora.c!,ceaeo.JtDBN .
they win 0.\)?al1.t ALL come forward And avail : to }U'i:, Lead in all the various uses to which --3. of John B. Soul t, I i R. LLOYD. Admt'r.

thcmselrea of the i"Jucementsffred in tins advertisement II i the latter] Las bertUfore been app'ied.: For sale bv county, are notified to present I PHOEBE U.LLOYD. ..Adsatz.I .

and pal at least an amount sufiineot to enable AMES & .LIVELY. I signed duly authenticated May 29, 183 S.81D -
Lim to meet Lit liabilities bbould there b April 3, 1838. 14Hotice by law, or this notice will ( ; :I ----- _
any (I hope roDe) who** circumstances will wit cnn i ___ 1 recovery.; and all p.rsoos jnde" Notice.
LIe them to comply even in part, I Lcpe they will Lereby notified to make ImBciundcuioTjed. :

come forward at once, and say t-. clone up their accounts from the first publication this cot ice, I B. W. l' IEErIKO or the Stockholders vt the Talk-
and make tie very beat arrangement in their SIXroutL. rne.1 will elli.bit bit final nccoui.t : I IlIa lee Rail Road Company. wfJ U according -

power for payment Lcrea tr. that lie may know aDd vouchers as administrator ff the Estate of John Montlcello. June Igth. 1868. tit a Msolutjrtn passed at tfc VUl Annual
what to depend upon. DAVID C. WILSON.: \Argyle, deceased late of Leou to the till on tie 2nd.Wednesday of July Beit. (Itth,
county
}"b.18, 1858. '- Honorable Judge
to be .dis argcd. OIX mouths after the first Se'y

; !>PIANOS RECEIVED.PHE C. C. LEWIS, Admfr. kJ ties the undersigned < Jane. 19. 185!. 2&-4t .r'

May !:, 1838. 21-Cm of Henry IX Bradford, _
account and to the Notice.SIX 5e"
------ apply
SUBSCRIBERS hav.jut ut'Cl eJ; direct
-L from the most reli[abe Louses iu the United N Notice. county for a ehsclian from his t"i rnoah an.t-date T.ball present my rI Pa-

MitM'five superior 'SIX mortha after the first publication of this no- E.Ute. EDWARD I uiil and roiicker to the Hoo.. Judge .r Prt I
PIANOS, H the undurtigned, adoiinutrator of the K,-. Jjue S. 1658. 2S- m of J,flT.r'oa cotTnty. M administrator f 4fici I

of various : and tale of JC Burgdorff deceased, late f Leon ewin- j (the Estate of Elisl* \F de,lat.of Mid w .r.deI
slyUs Persons j
prices. wiJiiug to will bis final I Gold l'ei said ad atra- ,
ty. the
supply tbMM lTea, trill please call atMILES present account to Judge< f Probate u-t. and ask for a discharge from
t. NA3II & CO. of Leon, county and ak to be Ji""blU.S'.1. 4 H1ESII scpply jut rec ,' ; WM.. IL ANDRETV. Lit* Unff*
JOHN I>. REICIIEltT. Adiat'r. -V. MY : a'droioiatr.at'r n ell 0.
;.tl TallLa.ee5 Jan. tO, 1S58. 5-tf J 1
May ?t. 1.S. ::-m a..: Ma; 2:, 1653. !f : Jun !=, 1S3I. 13-6121. S

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