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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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l1rort55ional (nrb5.MILESNASH j3rfcsiauat( nub a5int5s Corts.( from Stmmt' Areyto, or Sang oj tkt Sotttk. Oh, then, "'ou stopped in town !' found his mother still op, and was eagerly interrogated os. I think niysflf! that it wcudbe! to"yourltiefit

-'::""{,-- '--'L.- -.:;.;:.=-.s -= "---L I _-_- ____. Death, but n'-ter DUftonorl Certainly.' by her as to the- luck he had: met t.-> wnrk on a larrn for a:whih''nd'we'll i
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i j RECENT Business, I gpose, first rate there!1' .1 \\ ilia. lie told her nil!?, and little condolencewas try to make' h m' comfortable! for you

1G. I Deatb bot L Yes. A young man of talent will sooneog'lge she, enabled to offer him In return. as we can.' .*.
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DBALEBS iy' i -A.ND- If Freedom never we now dishonor must I resign himself. in profitable employment.' For t trro or three days fo'lowing! Joe Chickweed Mr. Sparta locked d him; then they loolted t 1al

IMPORTANTDISCOVEEY. Be the field where our fathers' first won her, 'Then I pect you must have done extra said very little, .but,be thought much. one anothr'r and laagbfrd. :
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MEDICINES ||J OILS I nit. iTcivisfV There Sworn, I let to us marshal nncestors'our power fame ,. ded should he sarcastic. iug face and a sort of triumph in his look.- make A very agreeable Dt'lgbbor-very. -
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I tins city, ba, introJured into Lit practice the And if victory may not lie ours,; I Oh !' replied the other, laughing in a The old lady was somewhat surprised at able indeed.' fOb

\ \7"OULD inform tfccir rien's nnd the public. ,I \S recent and important discovery of the applica At least we shall sink without shame i t measliig: tray, and winking with one eye at the sudden change in her son's manner. I' I we'll bo nearer than neighbors; A good
V I they hire: ou Land a good saittnent of uc : lion e.f the the young lady, who ppeared to take and 4 Why, what on airth'a the matter now, Zlf rgh.t-of course we will!,* said Jo*,'glfticfn:
rrlielesns are.genf'rall.lcpL in their line of busineehmi ELECTRO MAGNETIC MACHIKE, 11. it with look of toward the rormer' 5
that Icno't
: enjoy accordingly-'as icr matter Joe ? said she ; hope you ain't goin' to go a intelligence
wm be receiriDj regularly freab. supplies. Theii: l>y wl.icb means a current of electricity is Sans have their .
passed forgotten mother, complain. I think I improved chances widow. *' '
.rtflq shall be re"si'n:4be.! ; through tbe tooth at tie time of Traitors my crazy. |
Tallahassee, April!...9tb. 1_853-_ _*4. _ i ting a local Antbthesia, and 110 avoid extracting* the use of proJu- Aud those we with have foes cherished are allied as brothers -I rather think I did. No, I don't complain : a Not by a long; shot,' replied Joe ; I ain't Again Mr. and Mrs Sparks glanced"it.ono .
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:, CHLOROFORM OR ETHER Shrink in dismay from our side ; by no mean!! quite:( so big a fool as that. another, but this time they did'nt laugh.
Dr. Miles H. Nash, < He lias applied it in a number cf cases *itb entire i States that still share in our danger Then why didn't you stay longer t You Then what ails you !' What do you mean !I' they sikod simultaneously.

OJTEU8 HIS raOXESblOXAL kE&TICZK TO THE CITIZENS Or @UCCt'Stol. All agree that they experience little cr xo Tremble to share in Die strife; weren't gone bat a short, time ; you should Oh, I've got it all arranged at last-I'vo .. -.
TAH-AHASSkS SUltaOlJXDllfjOOUKTIl; ( PAIV in the czti action. Yield up the field to the strarger have stayed a year or two more, and made got 'cm now.' Oh, excuse me ; I bigot that yon did'nt

( FFICl-J1'il.h' Dr. M N aiiniiuedately] ec.. of tie July 10_. 1655.. 28-Sm I Liberty for life! yourself independent/ Who ? What?' know'hat(transpired. The fact is,the widow,

:Jr..toqI.'e.fay 19 1055 ?0 --:- -'- -- I II ilL Perhaps I am independentaiready ; I eayy'thaps. I Why Melinda a- d that vagabond Reuben here, and myself Inking a mutual: liking to

_. u._ B. AJAHNESTOCKVERMIFLIGE' Never for us the foul story, Of course can't te.ll.jou the exact Sparks-ha ha !-I'll surprise him.' each other were married last night. We
Dr. J. E. Leavitt I Unless from the -iinourit I made-that think is sHonld! have to tis .- but
put you may tear quite unnecessary. Well?, how you gon; to "fo> h V invited.jroa wedding
.brU1 III' rorEsIo'.U. SERVICES TO TUt: ri'BUC. Every Of the record that tells of the glory, I .' Olr,'ii's all right I' said Joe. laughingly- we knew you wero so engaged! t t
sireswhose weapons we wear I I Oh quite.' I I'll do it-darned if I don't. I'll fix the What! marriedt' cried :Mr.Sparltsspring% .
in NASIPS NEW: BUILDING near the The birthright of place \khich they UB,
OFFICE ; A sirs AID mi BURST rom wrought. to their birthright of fume gave; And! perhaps: too, there were atlracti.>ns sneaking critter !' ing to his feet, while :1l look of horror over, 1.

Niy 22. 1858 nn____51MEDICAL ___ cvo i-ivrs, I They may crush, but they shall not enslave us; in this part of the world as alluring as gold.' I But how-how, Jo Can't you speakout spread his features. Ilii wife sat pale asa :J
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?IOTICE. ; I IX CHILDREN AND ADULTS, INCLUDING, lIsle may conquer, but nei'ershall shame 1 II He looked knowingly at Melinda as lie ? What's got in the boy ?I' cried the old ghost utterly unable to peak a word- > f

-0- .L'IAPE WORMS. I JOE CHICK 11 EUD'S COCKTSIIIP spoke and gave her another wink, which thit lady, dying with curiosity to know what was Certainly, married,' said Joe, coolly. f

RETAIL PRICE, 25 CTS. j -AND- young lady seemed to relish, though she his plan. I Is this so t' he inquired, (taming to the Late' '.
Drs. Robertson Bond
pauUu UD OLD BT TM SOil proprietor, I I lliuliod and appeared wonderfully embarrassed Well, now, I'll tell you all about it,' 'began wiJow. 5
[HAVING noed a co partnership iu the prnclic B. A. JAUXEST K A; Co,I PitUburgh Pa.. I j HOW HE WAS CUT OUT. for a moment. Joe noticed what oc. Joe, assuming more sober tone. You may rely upon all he says," she tv- I'I M
: profession offer heir services to 'be cit- ** Phil' Jelph. P I. 4
didn't '
curred and pliI.a
at all fancy the Well I wish would
,ie.of Tallalmj) and surrounding country.rf B. A. FAHXESTOCK,HULL A; Co,New-Tork Cltf, course just you ( f
Office over tbe Store l:4td.oO<.' lij nd ; ,WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS i BY LOU: 1\BIBDICK. affairs seemed to TJO setting. lIe knew that You know the widder has always favored Then I Lava been indled-fmpo56d
t.,,, A lIizs.Veb. 51 CLIFF ST.]I he 'should feel and appear peculiarly savage, my keepmg company with Melinda\ ?t. upon-deceived I And you knew of this al!* .

.. !$. '67 9tf ,I EumlDe the Buy InltUl.of retpecUUe 4ealen cnlj I I vow !I' eaiJ: Joe Chickweed, as he stood if he remained much longer, and so he hinted Well V 89, and led me on I' be continued in a violent .

E. BARNARD- :--Jr.: ; l Only g nW. B.of A.be:TiHiigTOCT'l name to be lure you ret the before the parlor mirror, ru't'rg: the last that it was about lime for him to be going- I And I do believe she is a desp'rate down tone, addressing his wife. You worked to ftj j|.

ViunrcotMj touch to his WE'll! oiled hair, 'if I let this night and what served to enrage hm: more than : on that feller, Sparks, coming into her family.! net me, while this infernal cLeAt gets all the J1

WILL .O.NTIMTE TUB : AMES & LIVELY: pass without finding nut jut how I stand aught else, Melinda appeared to be of the I S Ye, ?.' propei ty.' : S

f.RUfi ,& MEDICINE I I BUSINESS i Sole Agents! for TIl1a! : e.Apiil with Mel i IK!a Martin, then I'm a cow. 'I'hej I II same mind, for she offered no objection. So 'In (that case she wouldn't very willingly No-it's not so !P exclaimed Meflndsbursting ) t

tST" AT THE LP KTAVD, BIOS _J 3 3 I!, 10, 1858. 15lyIqE1Hc.tL j critter' always acted so pesky skittish there's I III he took his hat: and departed, with firmnessin let her property go into his hands.' into tears : I knew nothing of it. r.
r i ---- --- -OTICE.j -- --.-- been no getting aiound her. I like her and his step and bitterness in his heart. S But Voiding to tho will! of old :Mr. Martin And thoughfyou married me for myself and fi.

j II she! knows it, and I'm inclined to think she I don't like the looks of things at all/ lie the property ain't to go out of her handstill not formoney-you pretended to hare enoughof '

OF run .i jf MORTAR, j I Dr. Win, F. Shine likes me ; but the likes more than one slung muttered to himself as he walked on through she is dead.' that yourself.: 'f'

GIFECS: HIS FBCrSStlOVAL CEUMCES: TO TI1K, hlBLIC.ROTICE. I to her Low, and I ain't sure but she'd slip nio the daik ; she's altogether too.tender with Jnst so-but Sparks would have all the Reuben Sparks smiled a sickly and a scorn I.fnl I.
Jorner of Clinton anj Mouroa kttt ndj} iwng tLat of Tra. Gamble d Detton.J ;
.I J :Ju:1r: 1J.! SiG. S, 1 \- May 8, Ifc58.; 19-ly I gain. ;Waj te I'm doing her r.n injustice, and not turned her head, then there's a mistake -it's just there I'm going to floor Reuben even as I thought ; hi1 mone!'* so !

MEDICAL TICE.e -- ---.-- -'-. .- -- -----. 1 hope I am; but she acts sometime 'tarnally( somewhere. I don't believe be has: brought Sparks.' deep in the bank that he nevt/ll be aol to 41-

-e e- iILDLC1t14 like a red coquette, and I don't know what mony enough from California to buy a ropeto Well, do let me hear ?' dig it out,' remarked Joe.

EF.LER..1. C'. BATHS.Drs : -0- :i to maka: of her. But to night he added, hang him. lie's after the widder's farm, The widder Martin herself ain't a bad You scheming rascal gasped Sparks
-- -- ---'-- Dr. A. C F. BLAKE, ; filling an immensely high and an immensely now, to make it up, I'll 'bet my hat Yes, sir, looking woman I' Joe remarked, in a sort rf looking as if it.would }be) a pleasure to'eat I'

Peeler & :Bates, j j i CONTINUES: to offer lit! 'fft'Efiooa1 Sen ices to I! wide brimmed hat upon his shining head, tonight he means to catch Melinda and I'\e been I a mysterious tone of voice, glancing up suddenly him entirely up, body and bones. -
1 T .\VI'0 associated themselrts: in the practice i: *(I.trc\'ilh' and adjoining Itei b. iUrhood. I'll fettle the matter-P.I: cross the fool enough to wait till this time bcfote coming into hrs mother's face. Oh, fire away it don't hart any ; and I've t

I of Medicine end Surgery; respectfully offer i at his rerijn"e.. KeeidtKe: changed to Ccntrenlle Office I J I Rubicon, if I get my bo.ts full of water.- to a final point. But perhaps it ain't too I 'No-but what's that got to do with tho got long lease of the farm-* "* d I
:li-.i services to the Public in the treatment: of all ;, j I .
(I l\h'I lldAin't bad and I late vet !' ho added, after a few moment's matter ?' the old You scoundrel.
u>.ite aa well at cbiouic diseases of all characters"Fro =- i Dec. t'G. 1657 C2-tf : got a speck mightdo replied lady, impatiently.'And j -
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.;:tn., t. sss:>> _2-tf_ GWYNN HILTON, 'Do till/ if its come to (that!I' exclaimed yet, i if( I lose no time In asking her. I'll tryI I ", with the same air. Oh,! you" miserable cheat 1 I' .
-- -"ETH. BEEEY;- --- : A.11orJ:1.cya; ; : : n't La.'VV, t: old Mrs. Chrkweed who had eutered tho it, I vow 1 will. I'Ugo! over again to.morrow Why, she can't be more'n forty. And tbo'fifo's'generally-'. t

TAtLAH.VJ&EE, FLA. room, unnoticed by her son, in time to hear and hive the things settled.' So I should think ; and she has a good I Fool \ :
Auctioneer and Commission i -0- his last sentenceve1l( I\e all along had a And hating come to this conclusion lie hurried chance- of living forty /1r>tE'.' I And rnoreor',' continued Joe, awnming II

:MERCHANT. D. W. GWYx\X A 12. 1:. HILTON I notion thatou! was, nimin' in that cro direc. forward, and soon after was dreaming, Well!!, and what ofit !t' a more sober and sterner tone, and grasping _
1 TTAV1ICO SBsociatwl) tliinKlTCK ttpetlicr in tt.epn.jti Melinda: :Martin the widow andan I Just this said Joe Sparks firmly by the collar ha
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_AI T.LiUtIT.IF1lLSepLIIS55._ : S3 LJL I tion. himself(, leaning over to reach: as spoke-*, I
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T Srs: KNIGHT7 to all bUbiu"wtru.d\e of Law\, will to then.give ti-irjoint They \\'ill att'ution attend Joe turned red from his eye-winkers to his infinite number Reuben Sparkses, who !'U mother's ear-'/'// marry the viddcr!' aiiong other things I've got a word or tw5of Ii

i tl.c Supreme Court the U. S. DiMinct Conitti A03TIONEER& COMMISSION MERCHANT !'! Circuit: Court nt Tulalia! !''f<>, cud also the Circuit very busily: too, for a f>w seconds( with lii'l!, ant? beat his brains cut with bars of Califotini !- !something startling, wasn't! prepared for this. the expectati: of stepping into a snug little !

TALLAHAtSCE, FLOBIDA. C*"iuiU of (::1"\.: u. W 111;1111 a, JtfferMri Madion and I brushing ome inngimry: dust from a f lare : !: gf'J.f.! She uttered an exclamation of unbounded I property palming yourself as .a nun .of i :
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-r.t..t.rI. '"" ___ : Ta.l1.ht r :l".It..1I! ...<' tituf. CfT: ". t tie C<'MUte t in between: the 'lioi.ldeis of I.b coat: v.hicli lie Mrs. Chickwced! was most anxious next; surprise, started upward from her seat, and means to accomplish! your end. You are th,

WTBREVARD7 i _March.! t\18. J VI! __ __ _____ tnt'Ion > >.."..,.. Lut he suu nothit1" morning to learn from her son the result of then sank hack and fixed her eyes with a vavani I real sciiemer, but a part of your scheme haJ1 i
T. : Jr I I 4 There ain't ... .. ._ .. '. .. failed
nothing to be ashamed on 1-iS nit : 4t. -: > I. s-av *<> oi.; pi&ro upon her c&n'o faco- Tak) my advise ntsd 7t mill be well I
.. ..."t1orn.oy; a't La HOG UTI & IiilllKTIl1., Jce,' continued
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.April ATTORNEYS & CUUiNSELLORSHAVK pare'itly: : greatly pleased at making the jdiscovcry and keeping away (rom the house as much as anything agin it ?t' should-:go to work like a man'-and strife to i

i iIIrGll she had, and jou spoke gospel truth possible. Late in 'the evening he carefully ;No-no !l' stammered his be an honest one. And,,finally, don't list
mother
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when sailou might do c1sewhcrJl'Iitjl's dressed himself in his best suit, and with hear make use of :
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1. iOHLEY f'rn.cd! in tic of ; you worse ( a somewhat from the shock she had received you1 any more such expressions -
cf practice:
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: a nice gu].' l look of determination stamped upon his features j >nt are really :in airnest Joe as you just now bestowed ra .
I mid mil(! title nd to any' j 1.rolf6iotJsl bcsi-: yon upon *, or I
at Law t \\ ell// said Joe he once more sot out to visit the fickle wifl I'll thrash. within inch *
Attorney I ntr!" rntrufctec* I' tliur carr. gaining some courage .>oa marry the widder you an of your life -- ,
'FALL.lJIASSEI TLA.JanaarylVlS I D. P. IIOGl:T,. .. .A. PERRY AMAKER. from his mother's manner: I'm glad you think Melinda. 'To ho sure I will, and that's the whole of Remember added Joe, giving)him a ahake, '

>T. S-ly :i I May..I. 1t.8. __ _1.!___ U __ ___ so, for I'm bound to make her my wife, He found her at borne and alone. it. I'm going up to see her this very day.- as a terrier wonldja rat, 'you're'my son howe,
--- --- -- I D\VIN.A. HART.A't't'orn.oy if-' Hope you spent an agreeable. evening! I'll marry her if she'll have me, and be re 'cording to law, and you must have a light., :

Yonge & McClellan, I I : rItTallahassee ; La.VV''"', I If what,' asked the old ladr. yesterdayremarked Joe, after he had passed venged on Melinda for cutting me as she has show of respect for your (ather: !

.L"t1orX1OYS; : at; La-vv. Florida. I I Well if e\erj'thing's favorable.' the usual compliments, and seated himself for that blasted Sparks. Ill! teach 'em what's Reuben Sparks seemed to come at ceO J1:
t Don't you fear anylhing's agin it. You near the young lady. what.' to his senses, and after a little reflection con ;
rRAcflcg is ALL THE COURTS or WElT FLORIDA "TTT'lL'L prpctiec in the Circi;it Cf.urts cf the Mid. da Joe 'Ob I did, I assure the Joe cluded that the aiWce he bad
:MARHNXA. V just your duty and Melinda's yonrn. jes you, was re was as good as his word. He sought received .,
Office nl T die li) lrit, led the Supreme Court of tLilficte
1OGE..J. F. McCLELLAN. end the Iiirict Cuuit of|the Ui.ited States, at I Remember Lbs farm.' ply. the.\ iJow and made his proposal. She was upon the whole, the best ho'could act opoij ;
C. C. TalUhassce. f'1r Ofiic: o Hr the Store of llesers.O It is a. fine ,farm, no mistake! said the Mr. Sparks, I should say, is a very entertaining more astonished than she knew how to express and for many a year thereafter Joe Chickweed -' '

March 13, 1858. 11-tf JL. J. MogiLEM'J young man earnestly. young man.' but she was more gratified than aston looked upon him as a most valuable

-- Bent F. Young u. SO, Ib53 4 ?\o belter farm of its size in the whole Joe didn't think anything of tbe kind, but isbed. Fresh and fair as she was, considering assistant. ';'!_ '
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t country than the widderMartin'sP! said Mrs. quite the ,contrary. her years, she bad never given over the idea '
jJJlill1:: ( A-3 1L4 I, A. -PEELER'S Chickweed, in an emphatic tone. lIe i is, indeed, responded :Melinda. of winning another husband ; but it had never In agriculture, i it was once the practice

ANDSOLICITOR LAW & COLLECTION Of-FICEJ I I No, I think not.' Joe looked anything but pleased at this entered her bead that she could possibly pro to take ancient customs as an infallible guide,

IN EQUITY TALLAHAS9E, JT.OEIDA. And then see how it stocked ; two yoke encomium on his rival, and sat for some moments cere.so! young and estimable a prizo as Joe nothing was tben doubted nothing investigated -

'!,-'TILL praclic ID the Coar of the Hasten Cir I, l rues cr sTtu ix i-ne: sixi: rntaivs AND OFPOSITK I I of the best steers in all these parts besides in utter silence. At length he turnedto Chickweed.Joe and consequent7yjiotbing improved.
'\ V cult .f Florida: nod the Federal Courln.omo I THE I>OOa OF THE FLOBII, >U< A JOCRKAL orvrca.1'TILL :. !, their two horses ; sajin' nothing of the rest the young lady and spoke;.. made it a special proviso in his proposal Now'it is the princ pie to 'do nothing withouta

( AT OAINSTILLI, ..U.ACHU.CQCfTT..) T, V Lcmi I'mctice Wrlwulla in tie J,'ffer Circuit rn and Courts Madis-m of Gadbdcn, and of the critters.: And of course they'll all go I I came here last evening said, with that they should be married-privately the reason-every thing Therefore inreatiga-
I ICri. ted and
REFERENCES: ,' attend prtinj-tty to the collection cf lotts and cc- with :Meiinda when the widder's dead, and the intention .of.peaking to you on a particular day before The marriage of Sparks with the consequently, every thing is Jajproved. -.

J J. LCCAS, ) : courts in any of said Countic. I before, too, for you will go right onto the subject, but I found you so engaged that widow's daughter, and it should be kept a secret .. .
COL. J. I). AIMT:: V CkulettoFaAsra E. C. \ ..b21.ItjS.; C-if farm as soon as you marry. and take chargeof I determined to call again to night, and so- till that wedding had taken place. To A tnbfull .
& Tuo>>Plo ) of soapsuds, farmers should Remember
DR. JAXEI S. JO.NES. Tallahant', 1711. 1.-I t ; e\'c-rything/ so- this the widow readily: agreed, although it wasr is worth as much wheelbarrow,
; beIiami..H e, --I It's a good opening, that's. a fact,' said Here you are, said Melinda, smiling at hard 1as\ fcr her to restrain the enjoymentshe of good manure. Every bucket aa a of

JuneWILLIAM Joe ; hut I put a. higher value on Melinda his embarrassment. experienced, and prevent the secret being should sospsads
SCOTT : ALBANY GEORGIA. i, than all the property.' Yes, here I am. And now that I'm here discovered. tw thrown where will oof be lost-*
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ATTOY rAY LAW : I And well you should ; though the farm 111.tell you what I have come for. You know Th >. eningbefore the nuptials of Sparks Tbe garden is a good and convenient place
MONTICELLO FLA ; T JIE above HOTEL In Albany, the present terminus i iI and f fixiu's ain't to be despised.' I- love ,'ou. I've told you as much more'nonce and :Melinda at length arrived, and all the in which to dispose of it; but the-roots of
I oftbe Georgia and Horida Railroad, i i. vines, trees
I grape young or anything the
and I've flattered
: that I weren'tindifferent
1 I Oh, I ain't one to despise them. myself preparations for the the ;
.Jj'v SO,1813. 80 Ijm: DOW op n for the rl't'Cltiml of the ceremony on ensuing sort, will do as well.-Life ItttttraledfHIXTS
-- I PUBLIC.The I Joe lannhcd and left the rcom, and soon to you. But now I wish you tell day were completed. When darkness had
TRAVELING .
FLOYDOLLAND : after he left the hou'e, and maTfu his ways me if yon really love me in return, and i if I fairly set in, while Melinda was so occupied Ton FARUES&, _
House and Furniture ate new. The Tropne- TUB -Dig your
I the g'oom! would to. may hope to make you my wife. Will you with the and conversation of Ler po
| tor is determined: to make it a exptditely as permit, company tatoes when the ground is dry;. yon can met* fi
Attorneys at Law. FIRST CLASS HOTEL, i 1 ward (the residence! cf the: Mvidow Martin. marry me !I. so n-behosband as tfl be completely oblivious gather them free from dirt, 'then stoat them
"\ \7"!LI*practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle and hopes by 'strict attention to the wants of his A light was burning in the front room, but Joe, having arrived at this important question !. to all else, Mrs.Martin cactiously left away under cover where the treat
.wfll not
1 I anIV eat Florida, ar.d in the Supreme Cuurt Guests, to ment patronage of the Public.* I'I'I |I th- window curtains were closely drawn, so looked tenderly and appealingly into the house, and, meeting Joe near at hand, the touch them. :-. ...-. :
Uui
Court of the
f the State. Also iu the District -t:: :
i, L. H. DURHAM I he could view her face, and breathlessly awaited her reply. hastened with him tho residence
j-i StLteIin the Northern District of Florida. Proprietor. 1 1i ]i that not get a into the apart to of the /Foads are the best protection of cabfcaff! *
R.J.FLOYD, Office Apl.b"LicWa, Fla. i: Albany Co. May.--22--, 1858.- -21lyOITYJCOTEL.- --- ment as ho passed along; .the jard. lie She colored slightly, and bent her eyes to the Chickweeds. The minister, who had been against lice ""*:; '*
D. HOLLAND, Office Quiocj, Fla. 1 I knocked at tile door and was admitted by ground. duly admonished to recl.wq.s.in attendance Plants when drooping revived

DeeIS5.. _____!!____ i: ..i. the widow in person who, after inquiring benevolently You are quite right she said, in supposing ; and in less than half an Eour thereafter, few grains camphor. are "bjni-
...
WILLIAM s. DH.\rORTII. I ,... ,, |I after his health, ushered him into I that you are not indifferent' to me, for I Joe was a married man, and the no longer ..

and Counsellor at Law I aJOHN L DEMILLYT7 .' ; the parlor. regard jou very highly. widow was on her way hack to her home- V.ar IMPORTANT TO FaaXzu..Jflb
Attorney
"\, OULD reM), I
MONTICELLO FLORIDA. > > Las leased tbe,CITY HOTEL (known os the Melinda and Reuben Sparks, the latter a uttered Joe, exultingly. ki.-s, with which ho 'vrai ccntent to satisfy through the grain with a needle!! sod' ti.' ft
"\\TILL practice the Courts of tbe Middle Cir I Crown Hotel.) cud will Uk charge on The fret of young gentleman< who recently returned to nut,' continued the lady, I cannot very himself, considering what was to follow from knot in the hair close to the grata and-. ow J
Ilis exertion will bo need to '
T cuit,and Thou-* and Lowndcs County, Oa I full May fati.-'action next. untiring to all who will potrobiza: htn. give Spring rld from California, and who was well grant your wish regarding- EO doing on the morrow. them in corn fields, and the crows vfll-t pickup
V.iebC2. 1856. 12-ly looked with disfavor the Uhatl J' cried!: Joe, his countenance suddenly The I olE: the this with
wedding next the Lair
--- I .&prfl4.lS_ 5?.___ 17 upon special hy ,{ passed day to grain In it,, sand 'H will
LOXG & (2ALBK1ITII, I young farmer. c.aP Jg. r entire satisfaction of all parties. The affair tickle diem, and they will kill themselves

.1. i' roaNKVS AT LAW, 1 ALL.UU8SEF.*, FLA. Nathaniel Hamlen, {I Joe was: welcomed by the young lady, not I cannot very well marry yon !I' took place in the morning at the residence scratching. .

\ f A LONG A J. B. ALBRAITII hare arsoci'I I i COMMISSION MERCHANT, j I..1 so cordially as formerly? and by no means so And why can't you I'd like to tnowwhat's of the bride, hnd at (the hour of noon all the' '- _", t_. ; *
aLedt.cmselveIiotbepraCtiCeOfLr.: They !!. cordially an Joe thought his due. Ha was to hinder your marrying me if you guests, with tbe exception of Joe Chickweed, Tax GAPIS a Cuczsia-A .eerresedent '

;,'ill"tle.lJ the Ojutti in the Middle Circuit,tbe Su- No. 39 Poydras St, New Orleans. 1 greeted by :Mr. Sparks in a sort of joking, IhirJf enongh of tie/ l' < departed. Why he remained so long, it puzzled says :-Tell these of your nad.resko

"ae Courts. and the Dlatrict Courts of tbe United Refer to GOT.James-0-E. ProoriC Tallahassee, condescending way, thai raised tho ire inwardly. There is ono reason 'in particular/ the newly married pair to surmise, as are inierested in raising chicken*,that A anall
->t Ues atTulULassc: However the that followed !- I What is it I' they bad not he would) .
(" Court House. George K. Walker, Ec<]", conversation supposed be.presentat pinch ganpowder. given to a chicken_ wUH
'ioppoeitetb.! I V'm. to all I'm engaged to another all. Joe took it and the .
-Vr>bcr ?3. lbS4. IT Gen. Bailey Jefi'tnoncouo11:.. .. was apparently agreeable parties, veryeasilyhiowever, glpe.yiJI eB"ad.a sur jwd conplft
j T. J. JnUn, Esq.. I and the'evening wore away till the widow Joe turned pale. seemed! :quite unembarrassed by the occasion cure in from oneto. three hoorst liaae and

Hanckel & Nowell, J.Daniel Q Putnam Bell, E Eeq, Hamilton. Madison "* : retired, when Mr. Sparks Intimated that it Sparks !t' he cried-* tell me is it Sparks ,t' al banterings of tho happy Sparks leave the chickea !healthy. and heartyv,,CaFanner. /.

FACTORS Steele q" was perhaps time for Vim to be returning ,nit MVeHa'ndifitisP'I ? I spose/aaid( Joe, addressing hrttself to .. .
Augustus Esq Levy ,, <
knew it Blast him I knew what he I- -
....a. J- J. J. Srwllingr\ { Esq: Oadsdcn was quite a little walk to the village. Me; ,the newly made husband, as they were assembled -15'o.-f

E. Remington, Esq..Thomas*ille. Geo.Oct. linda at once asserted that it.was very Dearly was after in the parlor together- -'I s'poseyou'll! "Ktep jour dog awayCronv me/. ,.aa-i&a.J. .
General. (Commission Merchants, 24,.1SS7. 43. indeed, and he should not think leaving so, I don't knowthatMr. Sparks' has acted take 'op your residence' in the village right: daudy to a Botch bor.- .f .... -

CHARLESTON 8- a G. E. CLARK soon ; whereupon Mr.,.SraU'! was' induced! in any way as he should not!. .r marked the away-buy you a nice house and live fashionably Dam the dog! be'; avraysaflermippiesaid ] } /' fi

e:..r. KAXCKEl.. f- '*'. HOWEtl.PUEY .. to remain a whQe I longer,.andMr. Chickweed I jottng lady wanrrly. .' tim boy. ... '
MAKER was secretly! nraged.ihst Meiinda hcold b*. He's. A cheatin': viHaia !I' replied Joe indlgnanily. I Ob, no/ replied Mr. Spatksdon't.k M P. fi _,.
..mleU de of Product or WATCH mpcy, said l g goo Oxtored ftntlcaa
tTery cripUon so taken with theapM of *. ;: as 1 shall'
ap ." > :
i .Vtrctwu&u, and will JRILk. advances on all joaogP"ff i *You don't know him; he's nothing of the C to his negro, I did not How *til'to-day
What! well I
2f now, calclateyou don'thave .
,
J
J'ewc1er '
AJ..d ,
had been
OQ: kind I''lt'youthatdon'I. you whipped laai.-** &? sn-st' "";:
.. .ofTalYV .' California.; :)Warae the.lopus of ooorerM- any idear .of settling on a farm-youain't "Dido' '
ignmcnta.AMBROTYPJES TTC70ULD r *p.etfii21y inform the tiiuxu know'him you m&JQ r npU< I Lihasei.nd the publi geeerslly,thatbebsa' lion, and Reuben. Spark*. shone briBiantly ; bat you used to that work, you know r .MIknow'dUatth Um: ..N. '. .. .
:taken UM old *t od ot J.o.1Iallck Co, where bets his d criptire aeconata'of, 'country, and will !before long. I're been deceived, and I Don't know but I. roar/ said Sparks'= assuming : .0.:

AND MELAINOTYPESy' spreparedlerepele '. rbat be ba .dd ethrP'', .. ,- _, ". aio't'afraiJ to say so !I' continued he, snatching a careless air'! and" tone; coming oa c', Tans]', (pnle4' Abu peaek.aj .. -
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TAJMW Br BAILBY. .. ; Vnttkcs Clocks,-'and Jewelry, ..:> tD.1 '! "'!ff. l&fliCi4: ; ;.'I.")' ';. tSp his hat,;, 'it's the money he pretendsto b weather, you know, and living ia town It will efleclnafly banish the jbib ,tr* j '*t.

". .I; ,? klDlD-lik,, ,,51545& t}. Ip06& r eass2s.I.rsIes. ;qolred.J ,m.; ?&V2I! Lave thar..lost;.m"a; wife ;:but, \vhervjoutraot a bore in summer Yea tiiok shall try So say tlo! se-who ha>.e7 datirit.U.. tastyait. '
Rooms eeer. Barnarft Drug. Store, ) > l-baY c W at AI to to.toich'"itjud as !like.as not YOll won't. : trted thr experiment '; '.- :. :. < > ..
_- *-. '. -ta ...' !PO W. citad UI ::.,, ; country.Hf J for' while; r io't in.th, best
'pRE Rooms ban'baed i--r ibor.cgbIy. ,..att.aa.ILtI ; .. .]!'b.avi 1lQf yq Q')'e*r\*t-lkujloP'iMt..J.Jlpa&r'a....reaJI" ....pjl.;r ,. .: ,Bythe 'Y.\t@1; "I beit1h. .: ; ,,: of health" and a farm Hfe'may improve"meW ? / : .iih.1s.. 'ch&cjes- .- :''i *}t\iI .tr
III .z.U.iitto diUoa for the upor1. ij( m as Wottered'ih ( .
: .0"fa ,rNc1.p4. -- All work warniited if well Died.C Ufl diggfog! to t k I. ,,, '., 1 the house .responded Jot'.dtliberardll.lun.tI't fentf! Bceao th* Kraj .01
inriUd
to ralL.it '
roblw ,
hn are if I Jan. U, 1658. ->* h.idnt a taste that way./ :?% i>">',.;' "':.:;'. : word*, and hnrriH hpnwward. HaI : that I'm sorry ynn're going to stay with tail on .the r(':hr.' :'. co* .id.. 'aat

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The New York Ledger and it* Editor. For 1M Flor J." anti JourI. I BY TELEGRAPH
before the Finance Committee of tbe Senate, lion. trm. L. 'Yane
jflarilihur & jfDllfmd. 1'1)who In and the amendment pafted. We hare mwhud a remarkable letter, recently Mr. Botner, of tbe New York Lg.i idet Central America. that o
reported roraUy, a prodigy among editors. In Jrne I It '" to be a well settled propoJtLn Canada and AraMa at Zait.ILitrax .:.
I Tbe then came the Houe. and addressed by thk able but rather eccentrio plt.clan amid hU i i. a great has be toward
\l t contrary fupreme. way very way. the future expansion of our country will :, J_ly 1C.-The steaavL.p Canada, prc
----.- -- .t all at1r"Uo and just expectation the amendment t a NubUe paper. l tkc ground attooitbcd the cuntr by the munificence and thensarnlficcnce ; the South. It If admitted epos all hands, and toeer.bly vljn-ly J Iegr phedfrem dp Race aalthesiean-
alliince tf In the advertisingof
TALI. ::J A IU E-Jf: ..reported upon adversely. I immediately ia favor of a close and excTtsire-political his Ledger. Per instance expenditure he paid $5.000 in cash I power will over le tble 'to restrain it- ship A.-aUa .hi b left .>.lva on thee litk. Uth

pasted to U.cal cf the CLirlD c the Committee the cotton growing 8tt8.malntintng: indirectly I IB :single day to two of the New York dailies for PKOOEB may be termed a trAversal law, and wpoeially readied tU r .int today.In .

fATVKDAY, ;'LY; ? S',*1SC8.HOK.'G 5. on Ways and Mean*and asked the reason of the at least, that the int ret'of these State' are of a hi. advertisements oa the morning of thkt day. and Is it ro with the AcglS Saxon race. Escb additional: to Uw new tro:1.t bj tfce Caaadn.
-_-. thus answered peculiar character au'd In antagonism to the inter. we have no doubt that. oa the Mine day be adver- the
that
made. aD wa no called It.
report ia to act
< pafr iu least three other has generation upon part upon ini V I,grapLedfrcwt C.p" r.... &e Ka; &KJi;
DtoCR.11c NMItAT1OS. $ bad been aeit from the Senate to acmp.nyto .tlof all that portion of this country which does tie a hundre rpel. worlds great theatre,each hiss its political problemfor the tf-At
advertising that amounted pole u by Canada slat t*e Britufc "ve* e
amendment I then hastened t the Senate I not produce cotton. We Inferred from the generaltone ( to $10,000.expense lie is continually advertising solution. its move to ical upon tie political for the pr.*f at year Kii !.t cf iu miBSea pss4staling.

roa COJOJXI ; f and procured the paper from the Finance Committee of the letter that he U a dUunionlit ,t tt, I through the entire year te an extent unparalleled .heN L lArJ. The spirit: of progressive JtTtI, : .
I for 4 .
and would initiate movement the and incredible. Louin-iile Journal. ,
4 member of which that the fcladly some Ilk
In
a inore me ment when once aroused and sit motion : ThemnnI f Lot !. .
: UBAWKINS.TOB ovtnigbt bad occurred frm Inattention, I erection of a Southern ConMeracy. composed of This statement, says the Nashville Union o t American Abated on the enchanted steed can Lot controlled s-niite vr mercy S ia n'eFriLay "a.Terf'

i the cotton growing States, Virginia shows the extent to which this New York
the
thinkof Clerk of the Committee. Ills over- uching by none of the power here below. 'There I* a
There ia Lotion
: was a report *:3i&uacuLf.3jl
AUZMJLY : the of tbe adverse Maryland Kentucky, Tennessee and M3oUn" harper i i. wbeedHng the press into. assisting end 'hew them
sight wa alleged cause report count destiny which shapes our rough e* successful Issue vf the Atlantic call
J. B. Galbraith, R. C. Williams, hot I will remark that the procuration of the papen I In his brilliant address before the Montgomery: him t palm o his literary b upon tbc pub you may." And it is this "destiny" which U vcLLh fidtf d the tif! tire hanJreJ expedition!',
S J. B. Christie. from the Senate either Convention he questioned the soundness of Virginia I lie. He the publishers of two of the daily S p.OI
Brevard Jr
T. W. was a simple proces. goes t hastening tbe great march of civilization ia a -
polities, her fidelity tu the South. I of New York, and them $ for the sterling
the Committee the disputing pays
.by a message to of that body or paper :OO Southerly direction. Gotcruieutal influence and I Msnt.ui-.r.s BJT.i- seHana. Franca
are growing :
; lightest suggestion to myself. Ia the transmission We regret t see there are other leading men of privilege of inserting in their advertising columnsa Individual energies arc but creatures in tin accomplishment !
: Ware atiihoriztd ami requested to ] ha sect to Tur:.ry "a nUimattun. which will b.
the South Vho entertain similar views. It is a certain of
amount matter. are
f of bill from "House to the other all The country press
one paper of tbe grand designs of an Allwise Pro i
tncri' i n..1.1"C.rce in the Airia'
DAVID S. a a candidate ; fvillcwtJ-by aa **
aaaotuxe ALiER to connected with them strange and unnatural spectacle to see a portion of not exacting, and cmmornt.lih. he will fatten :
IDedent.1 er arealxayi 1 vidence. Central America presents the problem ; if nua.ic'aes"-iI
ic.
for re-election te the Register of State the American for the their He tend them advertisement itiloullprQit
Cfe8
uniting together an
tent a matter of aid I could not people plir- upon liberality.
course, which is to be solved by the present generation. 1 General Concha has
I to cth
J LaD s. of disuniting their U a bitter commentary -the first chapter of a gic-ol sensation story t coirplalaed Ppein *
have without pose country.
the of
that I
IUpPOe. gift prescience It will be forced upon us, and it becomes men, British indclt in Cula. viII demand
Fpaia aa exi
of which I should have beenan upon the toils and sufferings and sacrifices he proposes to publish and authorizes them to j
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Bible th bU am speaking boasting of the proud privilege of government from the luioltmspcccucs
>poUOI of the fathers of tbe to influential and it their and I planaticn England concerning .
exception a and invariable rule. republic sc.e publish among rending matter, for
(At the tSITl TATE 'OFFICE) t general to look to the future with a mini unbiassed ly delivered: in Parilarses
has I anticipated, on the of the requisite educated leaders appealing to the people of one which service he graciously proposes to pay thtm the I.
Bible of
37" The Lon county Society jurt re procurement former ideal or association- The pc.opla Several of the JiMrkU France &ia evn-qiuae

a new and elegant supply of Bibles and Tetomezis *. paper that the Committee would have reconsidered section to combine against their brothers of another I the sum cf three cents a line, and nineteen out of South seem to have acquiesced in tbefwpvct of of the J long continued Jrt c.t. are fearful of mfI
cehe their recommendation but after section. It is a mournful to the youth of the to whom he sends his advertisement publishit i
Bible and the sn twenty ratification
consisting of Superb rami. ; strongest appeals colonization afforded us by the anticipated frin. from want cf a supply cf water.

ether* of alinort every size qUAlit. Price to their eensc justice, no concert of action present generation to observe the .pertinacity and 11. and pocket fur the same six to ten dollar In of the Yris<*ri treaty. The process would 1 I The Ccraeans (who arc costly tf Italian d..at,

from eight dollars down to 25 c per copy.- could be obtained the previous question wes called perseverance of certain theoretical statesmen, who large towns and cities the publishers would perhaps Lave been blow and donbtfa'!! This protectorate anlthhnbiantsnfoneef the decrements cf France)

T.0 unable to buy Wi!b tnpplied gratia oa application I in Committee, cutting off debate ia the House and I seek to extract from the very chart and soul of our I receive fifteen to twenty dollars. For insert policy find no precedent iu the pa' history of our I[ have teen prohibited from cirri'.np arm* TLIiI

to E 1 T. BLAKE the Senate amendment was lost as was to be expected political liberties the poison which i most effectually ing an equal amount of matter for one of their own country, and would produce aj great change In I I crder it "u t l:
S aTter the adverse of the Cc-mreiUee. to destroy those liberties. We are reminded neighbors and snb cribors, they would charge frem the moral condition of either Mexico
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[Sent copy.] Stc'y Leon county B. S. r"pr physical or or ; ic consequence of the .. wingcicary scene *aj
Thus the! by the courts cf Mr. Yancey, there is \in three to five times as much. We have an illustra would Americzn- j
S. by a technicality; non-trantmission of i tlt Central America. That it FOOl j sated Ictvcca tie Ficab sad Roman soldiery

'Vlce'cnt of the >Innt Tcri u A.socla. the papers Ir'pcnde hereto, a measure and appropriation existence in this country parties which sustain ton of this in the JotirnaCt statement, that Mr. iz: there! dominions we deem a visionary theory The cholera: has appeared at St Petersburg.
themselves alone the idea of At JJonnor had paid two of the daily of New
lion fofl'Jorfelau recommended by I Cabinet officer was summarily upon tiLunioD papers a po'eniia rtmoiittrna"a inoit remote possibili !} l"ie shippirg :t UtVIngfcr. la Reset:. wes recently

The ladies c Tallahassee. Florida, (say the Richmond I set aside and disregarded, and an act of the North there is a disunion party not 1 honest York, where his own paper is published,'s much ty." Has the English prctectcrite over ilojqui'-o j sla-Cit entirely! destroyed by re.Tr. .-

.j\trer of the ICth inst,) have lately bed grow injustice perpetrated upon our citizens. Th* and cpeu us Southern disuniomjt I is composedof as he paid to three hundred other papers.Mr. cr tim Day Islandl! had ny great tendency tu Anglicise i .t" i'rllualcf fippc.ilalnNi a1-leehaa: prorena.j

a meeting'for .h* purpose of testifying their sym- result has been to me a source of the deepest pain men operated upon by foreign newspapers I Bonner appreciates the benefit of advertising those countries lies the ten years vfAmerican i that the stecssuip CaglbrI. wss larfal

,pithy with the Mount Vernon e.n.and of ran' and r 3F4.t, great outlay in this ru.I' travel over the Isthmus of I'enarra dcse I purr

] branch of the Association. The those whose reasonable has been All these are flagrantly enlisted in the warfuri (f is, he i is getting rich fluster probably than any LJ.tnt News) from the Cable Fires.Ej3Tca .
iring an auxiliary every expectation pee anything to Americanize New Grans Jr. T It ij a
in the abolitionism upon the South. I' other man in New York. Ills business tact is certairly I Jury 16.-.\ resst! hsj arrnJore froaLiverpool.
and the influential not
meeting was largely attended by mo t disappointed receiving compensationjustly work of S'jper.-roga'.loa to iuf rm tote country that
Southern dUunionhU per of honest of emulation. ThebusiLessrsaa who TV!Mel* l okf the steamship >:
t the A letter due by the te are men vcrthy : sgr* ea
portion of community. was Gonrnmert American: and especially Southerners! will never
that Madame In conclusion I odd there impulses, led astray by erroneousviews of public I tletlres:: to prosper and accumulate money ought to 1 th* S7lb Jiire. Two toanctesafol attcuptj Lad
be
; addressed to the Regent requesting 'i that can no coasu.t to live on an equality with! the Negro, Indian
p he Piincc Murat should be appointed Vice Regent potable doubt of the payment rf these claims at policy. Eat if these pirtic', however differently know that be should keep himself! and his business! and inixe'! races of t'ica; regions. The overruling j then lf>a made to by the ce. J.t tie feat effort

influenced, are based ideas of the before those from whom he to j frty n_> Lad linen !:.J.I .
for Florhls The appointment was duly tendered the ensuing strtion, and I make this statement ad upou destroying coutlant. expects law of physiology the natural elf I
Constitution and of the Union if these Mr. Conner understand this, j 1 l.c Sia .* Len arait-'rj the
its visedly. and needier to add that dissolving : pr .w tpoi:, was ITriral
and a telegraph dispatch announces ac it i every rcI\- of the people utterly forbid irtioii a conclusion.: I
I the niece of effort will be made and parties calmly contemplate and openly Libor to and his paper i is advertised in every nook and corner of'the } ; ::C2.
Madame Murat grand tie by roywlf eole.Sta: to Even if such en insurmountable: obstacle cccld! le
ceptance.
Washington through the L"In By her marriage produce this result. bring about a dissolution of the Union &the only of the country and hence it is that his paper overcome and Americans be harfuccd to live iuju.-j I Cyrus 'W. Fit-jJ was :a good pint*, .J ttoagttt.e

with Achilla Marat she became the niece cfKapoleoa lour very truly. GEO. S. HAWKINS.To object of their organization hail the existence has the immense circulation he claims for it. taposilion tu such a mocgral race so fur below entrrpriie would le auceosfsl, although! tL.

the First Her mental endowment are Messrs. T. J. Eppec. Isaac Nathans, W. S. Dil of another party which bases its creed upon the en All thinking persons, 'who have any knowledgeof them socially, morally and 1 critically could the wcaLcr was '.'ry unfavarahie.

C of a high order She i a zeaku patriot and her worth. Joseph Chalice, Jr., A. J. Smiley R. J. I nobling sentiment of a union of the people and a the sul ject, mutt agree with us that. this i is, cf all native be thus Americanized? Every cne mont S (mIL u.rn.]

social position is, cf course, nnceptioaable.Ve \Vecorgratolate FloJ' Daniel Bird, and H. V. Sne. ], Committee, Union of the States a party which seeks to time, the very time for advertising. The amount give an uiihesitative negative to the propositi :.- New Yotx. July 1";. Izitelligenc! hi l.hD rteeived -

the Regent npon-an appointment le. 1 strengthen the ligaments which bind together thin uf bnsrinCf dune may not be large, but what is done The past hi-tory of mankind sufficiently detnccstrates here that the Ag23ietnnoa ha* lean nearly

eclat the Mount Vernon brotherhood of nationalises: and of State Which I at all is done chiefly by thvse who advertise ; and lost ic the late severe gale during width tte coils
will luck
p which give t I. to us that the only mode cf subjecting An
WA DITABIMXST WAsmseTo.f June will the American patriot choose ? Will he join of those who advertise they do most JIO advertise Inferior of the.aUe wets greatly derasjeJ. .
S 1858.
movement in Florida.Aceeptaace to a superior race i ill by conyuesi. And this
; Q Six : I have the honor to inclot herewith a com I. the ranks of those influenced by such extreme and I incfct. The newspaper r is a,life preserver, by which position of inequality is only' one upon which n I Death of Geu. qultm=a.i .
of Judge H*ivkln.. tnr.nication from the Paymaster General of thw disorganizing views, or will lIe attach himself judicious men of I.\liner keep their heads above
t Southerner would consent to reside with inch a i NEXT OELEIM, July IT.-OcL Qaitxaa lIed tit
Army submitting an estimate for the payment of those who unite for I bile their less fellows under.
in the
"elne been furnished with the letter of acceptance I patriotic co-operation support water w prudent go
cbS Now the
Indians of the
agricultural Natehe from
the Florida volunteers, into service by Gen'l. trcpie ; inorLirg near a disease contracted at
tfJddge Hawkins of the nomination recently caUe of the Constitution, whose ambition i is to extinguish The best newspaper in which to advertise is the
Harney. and to request appropriation in accordance I I are somewhat allied to the Negro, and would soon I the .tions1lIottJ. WatLirgton city.
made at Mon c*lo. which we publish 'below, and. with the suggestions therein contained. tho embers of discord, to blot out geographical one that U bet read-that is, the paper that keeps succumb and be absorbed by that nH ". They are I _

to which the attentioa of the people i* directed I am sir very respectfully.! lines and to annihilate a far 01 possible its readers more fully posted in commercial and I I at present \heproducing class of those regions; and I Serious Railroad Accident.
Your obedient servant the distinction between the North and monetary matters and the of the Such New You. July 16.-Aa accident attended with
The letter enters into a brief explanation the South? news day.
i imprDt I it JOHN B. FLOYD. War. would form no obstacle to the successful eitflbi.! I
of with the failure of Secretary of Here, then, is the distinction between the Democratic a paper is Mire to have the beet circulation, and i i. a serious and fatal results, occurred to-Jay en the
fact Hon. It M. T. HOTEK. Chairman Committee finance. meet shivery. Neither can we consider Tesa,
the volunteer appropriation, about which no little United Stale Senate.PATMASTCX party and some of the opposition. The one therefore, the best_advertising medium. California or Louisiana a precedent to guide us in Erie Railroad. Two passengers cars were smashedtip.

excitement said t exut in several sections of the 'ha for its symbol the union harmony and concession - the Purchase and I Louis Lay wife and child, cf New Orleans

Stale. We i are well satisfied, frem tbe statement GEMEBAL'S OFFICE, June 3, 1858. ; the other have for their watchwords division IMPORTANT FARUEC?.-Mr. Lewis lJJe.writing present emergency.the emigration and two others were kiKJ! and {vrt-SfU:1 others
to of theseenila.
very w ere
to us from Farmem, Chntlooga Ca., only necessary accomplishment
SIR I have the honor
: to wounded. .
,
well fact in t report agreeably discord and dissolution. Let the American !
of this letter, as a* from our A scattered!
such
your directions, that the regiments and the independent says: sparse population, over a -
possets'on: that tot the slightest blame attache to companies of Florida Volunteers called people choose between them. We preftr the Democratic '. I write you a few line,so that you may through! territory could be easily expelled by the hardy i I The Blount and Kltiere Affair Over.

Judge Hawkins on account of the unfortunate fail. into service by General Harney, for the period of party for evcry'rcasoa that enters into the your valuable paper warn the public against the back woodsmen of our frontier. But ia the case NEW YOE*. July 1C.-Mrs. BIcuat agree to return

ure referred to. With him and indeed with uu six Upon months the, 'i require cf for this their fore payment, ten $385,000. political condition of the human rcend; we dow Cane.danger I of have feeding been cattle taught with by green bitter Chinese experience Sugar, of Mexico and Central America, it i Ii q'ite: differ 11 home to Molile. with her daughter She Las
discharge companieswere not alone that
entire deegatoD the passage of that appropriationwas mustered into service by Colonel Loomis, for we may be happy and stiong but that it will kill a cow in thirty minutes after eating ent. There you have a population of some ten millions lost faith! !in RivIere.I .

the measure of tbe eebsion; and everything was the same period. These hue been ordered to be 1 ecause our success is the success of human liberty it On l last Friday evening I was thinning wliii! it is impossible to move or subject Iv

done that lay in their power to bring about favorable discharged with the exception of two companies; throughout the globe. some growing cane, nnd gave -n handfull of the simple emigration. But ta settle! this bracc'a I Arrival of the ;uuhliJuctrl.2..
ef
actiea to that end. That the matter failed. but the uiuster-roll have not yet reached the Ad .) m stalks to my cattle about dark. Next morning one I NEW Yuan July 17.-The etcamihip Austr.
of them was dead-had not moved ont of her track, the question, the ,Yruari treaty will not be acquiwccd -
jutant General'a office. From the bet data to be We alluded last week to political demagogue, {cm Southampton, which pert she left cc Sunday
we have reason to know was to them a source of obtained, it will require the furtb r sum for their calling himself Democrat,:who is represented to but loo1etli i the had fallen clown and had died ia by Nicaragua. Other mode! ?. then, j the Hh ofJuly, baa arrives

extreme disappointment and profound regelJQJg. payment of $140.000 ; making for both services, I lo One of my neighbor the other must be iinjiloytd! ta this ine vital-leesttfiy.
accomplish our
Hawkins in a few day, be upon the sum of $ 25.OOb. us as being busy in efforts to induce diti;ions in evening tried the annie c>piM-im(nt with his caW, She bring* no hews of ittirst later tLaa that
wil the Democratic ranks in counties and in about thirty minutes, two cf thin Acl there is none zo well suited to t'e
other and we feel In my former estimate for the payment of Florida East cf Tallahas w Te I brought by the Canada.i .

the stump certain on that tbl with all reasonable subjects mcn. be will volunteers, the cum of $172,000 was asked for to see. We suppose our reader understood to whomwe I down. lie drenched them with !:rJ, evil ihfv. trot I occasion, nore that would be attended with more i lie Austria experienced! heavy wi-Ji anti f'fg;
,
quite refund to the Treasury that amount, drawn from referred. He is the General beneficial results! and none I? Ilrf success ai inditiJuul .
be able render a satisfactory account of bis of old appropriations, and in Ex-Surveyor of above ; t weatlier throughout her ru igr.
ctewardthjp.t paying balAnce Florida volunteers for services expended to this Florida. Ilia'expnleioa from office in the cause of I well"y upe. eonq\tet. TIle benefits of sods Pl1 policyare i| Noun tf the vrfAcli co:positg the cable! feat
prior
estimate which his give to the : numerous. Tho firbt. find nn! of the mast iuiportact ,
then the
were supposed to be applicable attempt t contemplated Alligntor say were sea on rocte.FOUP..
SJ.S&LAcmooLA, Jane ICth 18E8.TIojc. to that objet But the accounting officers do meeting an imposing character. We .I i thriT; to the n..tl.' i* ilie rr"ul%,n of l." politlcji _

G. 8 lL&Lzi.i.W.aFtis'gfon. do not feel to credit the paymaster with that that ftACt. a we, upon it -B nie &> -***."t IS/A. i-. eqr.ality !in the Union. It 1'f'\J\Cltfl. duty !I DAT3
meeting of V/nnrt viigij
ago was V
City. D. C : th.amount disbursed hj- bU(rom _.a.(..d. but we now hav* reason to teijiCe .t klft ,, I There must be some mistake about this. One 01Ilhe of ftatcsnicD, under the present aspiv.t of affairs, to LATER FROM I EUROPE'
The balances reCerrd to were for "preventingand that W.tcothas fed Cane Chinese I seek those means\vhch! will
editors of this
'D juSm: We were appointed by the Convention become paper h:1 green ( give political equr.l.trand -- -- ----
suppressing Indian (( ) and HJ c UJ director. is office I
of the Democratic of the State, convened for hotitlu. 132O I an pre I )to cows with DO injurious result. Gov.Broome its necessary concomitant political freedom to
Pat traveling ,oluntelI. ($tC'.( ci'C'y suited to his gtniu in tbat kind ARK1VAL ? : OF THE
at Mofiticello, the 'tf ., to notify you of If the $172.00*) be added to the c-r.ile, T. IIonly Wanting of this county has turned his cattle into a field of use Southern State That we may lecoiu a

your re-nomination by said Convention I candidate be with the view of rending tat amount i to of ability that commands respect, but Jot withouta the same g-tIJ. and, instead of injuring them feudatory of the North so long as this ine'jnaliiy I N''or-tb.
the Treuur. a ud certain degree of smartness, ho makes all''de S1a2..c
for Congress in the ensuing election, to be j to enable"tile accounting officers I up they seem finely remains U not too remote an event to take place ;
I to 'lose! the ficiencies by low Pj-etcnd-
:beld first Monday of October.It paymaster' a count unscrupulous cennieg. -. I even in our own time. It may well awaken the
I I I hare the honor to be, respectfully your obedient ing to be a Democrat, his political history has beena tf We understand that John Ghent a notorious COTTON ADtACE1S.
affords us pleasure to say without a di. deep solicitude of the patriot and cnue bin to
sesvant BENJAMIN --- --- ----
F.
tht LARNED of treason and falsehoods, and to this day resident of West Florida, recently indicted for
tenting voice and by you were chosen Pat/matter Genal. Ire look anxiously to the future for the solution 'of a New YOCK, July 20.Themerican mail .talitp -B
he has the confidence man in the State who mail attempted to from the jail at
no -roibcry,
the standard bearer of the party In the approaching Hoi JOHX B FLOYD. Secretary of War. o ecsapc problem cf such vital importance. The brightest Xbrth. Star has arriTeiL fche left Southismp
makes any pretensions to political information.That by jumping from a window and was
.nscoI that tends at to shed its the
campaign. ray present light upon ton on the 7th !n
Enclosed you win find the resolution adopted. State RcgUtef. he'possesses the elements to cajole and trick killed. question l>, the idea that will permit _the intertropics days later news that the Cansdii.Lirtrpwtl .
It will be seen by the correspondence publi ed the honest unsuspecting masses, to limited extent -.44---
of the continent be Americanized
regions to Cotton Jfurlet. The sale of Cotton fur
Soliciting an early reply. we are in to-day' paper that Major Beard decline the !i. but Latest Indian News. I
Very truly.and with high regard. nomination tendered him by the Monticello Con uqu.todeJ.the innate they are not long In finding Advices' from Capt. McNeil], who is in charge cf under Southern hal its and Southern prinei the three day preceding the steamers departure,

Your ob't serts. vention. The) reason whc' in4uCe'tt Itep.arele Cut political dishonesty of the man. We a party of men endeavoring to open communieaibm plea. It may thus become instrumental in pi'eserv- were 32.000 bale, at an al.uee cf Jd. speeuistor

T. J. forth in his letter say that the office of chef diiector of the Alligator with a email party of Indians ct or near the ing, not only our right' but the bonds cf our titles 4(XK) Vale> Middling an.} fair qualities i hat

:SC EPPE Mr.Many Walker letters has hue not been been announced received, enquiring a why movement is precisely suited to his genin lie is h.a water of the Kissimme, are truly flattering. Union ; for, if this equality is not restored what ia ; roved n.oM. Some cir; MeN. that ho has found their fields
CDdidat. :
DILWORTU an agitator by nature a trickster habit and C1''t
p We have uowte pleasure of making that announcement by a rlprt at them, where he will re: assurances have w c, as Southerners, that our right vance was subsequently; k>st. the market eliala;

A. J.. CHAIR 8MILET.R. JE.,I Ccmmittet.JOS. to-d.y. \ronld"have'been: made before but conspirator by practice, .and, consequently, the min until something definite is done They bate will be respected ? The Constitution is already a firm.
it wa not known whether Major BeaYd would accept wire-pulHng, the concealed, tortuous work necessary a superabundance of melons/beans dead and that! under
J. FLOYD. corn, potatoes, letter we are not aware a ,State If TraJe.-Th* adT: e' froci )5tebe.tu
DAS'L BIRD. and as Mr. Walker chrrshe. sentiments of to give to that assemblage tome show of respectability pen, .. but lie will not suffer bit command to latitudinarian contraction of that instrument
(no farorahlchoIJtn an adraacr.Central .
high regard for that did not wish at ere demanding
V. SEI4Tacuiuaux. g is just adffpted to his and in molest Anything. as that might destroy all hopes of I
capacity than contended
S I hastily aud unnecessarily to place himself in the communicating with them. In their lie greater was once successfully f r
camps .
position of an opponent In addition to this., the agreement with his disposition. To open tnanli', finds dr< ssed deer skIns which the Captain thinks by A triumphant party :5uut .) our dearest rights r cn III.I .

July 19, 1858. many kind comp1menh. and conciliatory course of bold conduct he is a stranger; but with all the arts are left with the view of ascertaining his disposition may be stripped from us t The South has already The weather is farvraMv to the crop
few all the old leading demoat in the convention of and towards On occasion he I The Cable Fleet ha.l hen heird from. ,Thc
Oentltmtn-Oa my arrival in this city a day towards Mr. quackery joggling dcmagogueism he is perfectly tu'r. one saw two submitted to too many ""ccmproriife for her own
W.lkr. by gratefully appreciated. familiar and warriors, and them towards him. ", rn. arrireJ at Queen&c\ro Ireland on the 3'.uiasL
notificalloa of re-nomina in their AftEr :
since, I received your my practice,
-& July 20. especiallywhen welfare. It is too late to tc llls that we can have
him for time moved
,viewing leisurely some they The Cable tad oa board the Agemtwi
tion for Congress In publibhiog the above, we de.ir to add tho seeking to injure a man he bate and fears, elo1.y to a "/"ip near at hand. our rights by going to the halls cf Congress and I j-ai

It is inperflnous to express the deep gratification hope which we have no hesitation in expressing. be ia in his native clement and breathes lila native ( of their fields he left a white fog with demanding them. If we succeed l there wouM oa te:11.! after Ii2rci'w'tre LiJ. Alt itcomir.Jcitnt'vi '

I fee at this mark and expression of tbe confidence that Mr. Walker will be allowed run without air. It is iald that he is to be the nominee for some pipes and tobacco; this. with a proof of his have to be more determination and resolution than bad ceef! tie Niagara was a-
t not disturbing any of their property will convince lovved to swing Ly the! cable. mr.,1 an aduUiocal
the Democratic of Florida but those who do
reposed in me by party I Congress! Imagine so not know Las been exhibited cho well
: might ns
opposition ; and in this we bol that we are reflect I them that lIe islbeir jet ; you go the and
strain of fucr Lrtalu ,
frirnd tons was to
end I trust the future show that this confidencehas the man. He has vanity enough to aspire such applird
way ing the sentiments of a number of t The Department < ( generally have to Mecca to sue the descendants bf Mahomet for
not been misplaced or bestowed upon an unworthy crats. Mr. Walker not very large attains Demo k peiion.but he would no more meet Judge Haw the in the zeal and management the bones of the old prophet. so far as result! are although it was blowing fresh the cable h t;J her
the only the administration of McNeil, and expect in short time to for an tour. when a sudden pitch Lrcte it. &) the
recipient; and I, at all events, give assurance the people than he would attempt to Capt we a concerned. And it was for this course, heretofore
of Mr.
Buchanan but we bave little doubt report A successful negotiation in view of their proceeded at once to Qjtrazta'ara. The jfiawtittovta .
that effort shall forth on part practice political honestv. He know that Hawkins :
put my .
every b that in all future contests with the great enemy of moval from the Slate.-TaiApa Pe in,nlar, ltth 're-j pursued 1 y the South, tint caused us to regret the thousand milfs from Ireland tb: .
t confirm and the selection as made of the would consume him with burning invectiveand .
justify f the sul n'.tute: her
t the acceptance e Zngluh by
Democratic rerre-
he
will witb
party co-operate the time of the disaster: If nothing U heard from the
the In the him with
standard bearer of party approaching crush a history of his tergiversations.No .
latter Crtttendeai Embraced by f'1Intn.! Clay. sentatives. Not lint that the Il&nsas I ill that'
will the '
as of bis former
great majority political -John Wettcott will never run for Congress We arc informed by the Kentucky Statesman that be Lertfici' Aaamtmium, the yieyara. after coaling: will pro- -
passed net equally as to ths
e.mptg may
S associate in this State. More than
intention and determination in I Ibis against Judge Hawkins. He will use some other iCi.-d to nod oitia, laving stiLl thirteen hundred
CAssius delivered at Glad in
a
Clay speech Big
'l my South as the original one; but we had taken onr
ahrl' should the insidious effort made
now being by a .
ofcal.Ie lotril. It i t3red that the
'case ofe.Domintion. to have gone through the few rabid Know Nothing, aided the man, if he can find one suited to his purpose, and Kentucky the 4th lust, wherein he talked to stand open principle; sad we should have maintained miles on e nj
by cunning
whether he will be able do ta"'J1fllfJrt) will wait (Jr the"itr3ara.
and addressed the on the to eo remains to bo the following effect ;
people prominent :
St.t it at all hazards. It is this backing down
political referred in List to
conspirator t our bring The lUv. C. If. : the wonderful rc'f-'
.nd i' cf the issues of vital interest seen. He referred the of the !'cl"t.'On.
sue* day, at length to course party which has already injured the moral torce of the
tic ont a candidate against Judge Hawkins be
successful contcmrl tcf \i. the United taeJ.!
i'io2
South, and embracing the so- leaders at Washington during the last winter and orator,
upon
\e questions with ul- we unhesitatingly assert our belief that Southwestern Railroad Itank. commended in the most laudatory terms the action South. Upon the Crt practical question that pe' A f..rl"11: allied natal expedition hat teca

'Intioa f which every thing cnDtte our such candidate.will receive no "aid and comfort" Mr. James I Bull has been appointed gent for of Messrs. Crittcnden Marshall, Underwood and seats itself let us take a positive stand, anti if we formed to besiege the hij-r-ing a: Ptiho. the pert

tinmte safety and position in the Union maydepend from Mr. Walker or his friends In this section.Mr. .- the Southwestern Railroad Bank in this ei Mr. I their confederate lit welcomed them as worthy cannot get what we demand,let ns leave the Cn .n. hiih Pekln Is irppiied.
II shall do now, and more I am aux- allies in the abolition cause rfaid they had come to I i rjj'ough
1 especially W. will join in EO hue and cry against the B. has long teen a clerk in the agency and is entirely ; This is really the only connc. under present circumstance taUnet is C\:1tte-! Gtneral lies
Lauds
face face l him and he was ready to strike with them Thera"I&U
Ion constituents
to meet to *n< explain
my Democratic nominee because of a failure to do an familiar with all its duties. He succeeds the in the effort to consolidate all the element of opposition *, to mantaia the confederacy cpon an I i de AUno h the! new Captain Ceceri of CuLL

the failure of the appropriation for the payment impossibility, for we do not believe, under the late popular agent II. 1 Rutgers,Esq., who retires to d 'racy. lIe recognized in the democratic equal foundation. But should Southern territory I I A Jiffieuhy i il 1-rena; between Germany and

of our volunteer in the recent war with the that it in the power of any one er.cumst.nct for the purpose of embarking in another buainesr. party the only unrelenting foe black republicanism and Southern States be increased PO as to give can >

Indians wltain our border and which have been man to induce the 1'1 cf the appropriation The statement of the condition of this Bank for has to encounter, and hailed the accession of equality, we may long expect to enjoy the blessings Denmark.

I hlppU.brought aabstantially to a close b.)their about which eo much passage unjust censure has been ut tbe month of June, as returned to the Comptrollerof and such Underwood Southern statesmen as the happiest a* Crittrnden: omen of Marshall success of a Union, if blessing it can l>e termed.- fillip Buriieil.

feiet gallant conduct tered. South Carolina, i very favorable. We publish which had yet occurred to encourage him and Lie For this result we must look to Central .merirft.'fb .- N_v lOJ July! :SO.-\r. learn Ly the JVVtA

In the iceiM compass cf this communication I it for the information of our readers: friend He pledged the votes of the Kentucky t such a move would l.e beneficial to either Stir, tat the American ahip Gitehntt was burnt

cannot, C course, enter Into all the detail. and Preifenor Grant lUBILtTItS. free-Boilers in support of tbe American. ticket this Mexico or Central America there can be no question at Uare, on the Site in. She was loaded with

auses of that faiUre; and I will limply state facts, Repeated his exhibition on last Friday eveningand Capital stock ... .. .. .. .. $372,475 C X> summer ; and it i is not a mere political change that was tobacco and cotton.
and circulation Two things are here developed by this apostle of needed-they require a complete social reorganization. i -
.leaving comment more plenary explanation &quite successful. His representation generally Bills in .. ... 469.145
0 Abolitionism that all element Their domestic relations founded iFront
: -Jirtt, the of opposition are i-pon a Washington.
hand .
.
0& Iat rvewi.As beautiful and his Astron Ntprftaou .... 134,517
were
especially
opeDaIHi.g in South Carolina. 108,685 34 will unite against the Democracy; and secondly fallacy that must ever Insure anarchy turmoil and WiaBmcTox.July 11.
5 a pimiMr rmAk. I will state, that, owingto omical fgrel. which be took occasion to explainand Dalac Balance due to Banks in other States 41,870 67 that Crittenden and the anti-Lecomptoa Know. resolution. Any change must be beneficial to such -
the ctate of the puMic finances, Jeur upon. Te audience was a good one, All other monies due which bear in. Nothings are perfectly acceptable to the Black-Re- a class. But we will pursue the .nl ject in another The letter from Minister For jtb asking aa opicion

rising from a decrease of revenue and ether caches, but we had hoped see a larger turn We terest ... .... .. ...... .. 9, publican Party. The revelation will suffice for Crit- paper. and conclude this by summing up what we relative to the levy of the Zuloaga government
out 5 0 teaden in the South. The of have intended to that Southern expansionwill tacO
unscrupulousbacks prove the of American citizen, hating
and all other monies en property
there was much and solicitude the feel constrained to remark in exhibitions of this Cash
&lAI among th.t depite. will resort to to their the Union, to the South
give equality
due of bill in circulation party any expedient compass preserve the Las
laid before General Black. wbject
various departments of the Gererantent and every kind the boys A I generally thing deport them profit ucu hand, balances due other aim, but the honest masses of the South will repudiate and be equally-beneficial to Mexico or Central Attorney

appropriation of any amount that could possiblybe selves very iadeconrously and on this occasion particularly Bank and money bearing interest, (08,145 any man whom Cas&ins Clay C1'I1bracRI America- ALPHA. by him been tbofonghly examined in connect'oawith
fcnd the treaties betweenthe
mood South. the official decree
avoided certain it
was passed over, I was to 1 Some arrangement should hereafter

met with the warm and bitter opposition of a be effected to prevent the recurrence of such an Total liabilities..... ... .. l, -H.088 20 Patriotic-*Sentiment".- The Cattle Dta au e. Mexican and other goTeranienta.onr own being
We learn that the cattle disease has made ita Mtiot
appearance favored .
wilh the mOlt
.powerful and united party-Black Republican. I overflow of young Americ'i 'piru BESO VICES. Ia replying to an invitation to the Democratic in the lower part of EfEogham and the placed on a looting be

mention this fact as believing It exercised no little a Specie on hand.... .. ... .. $192,546 64 celebration in Philadelphia on Monday ]h e 5th upper part of Chatham conntiea. But few cattle While it is u dent that a general tar may

influence i the loss theappropriatien referred to. TaJlabaMee. Real estate ...... ... ........ .. 41,70245 lust. President Buchanan wrote: "I have recvived hare died,from it, a* on washing tbe mouth with imposed aecordlniT to the. usual farm*r legitimate
For the purpose of securing a favorable issue to We pall a visit to Tallahassee last week and Bills ofthe Banks in a CaroHna.. 20,298 0 your very kind invitation to be present at the Turpentine the disease quickly disappear IB the purr'o.e a, yet. taking lB lie datlw into con6 of&nUon that-
were astonished at the improvement made in that from Banks in 8. C.... 20,092 2 metticg of my 'kU w-chin1\a in Independence neighborhood where it baa made iuappekrance the and looking lo the ffe a eonditioa
its passage the suggestion wa made to one of our city rince we were there last Several beautifuland BaL dee from nk in ether States, 21.301 Square tu celebrate the anniversary of our national inhabitant have quit eating heel:: country. the col ctlon *f tJ1on'y ba the manner.

Senator by the Clmirman of the Committee on cosily buiding hare gone up and a spirit! of. Notes'liscounted preuahecurty. 595,299 49 independence. Would that it were in my powerto In Bnlloch county, a man baYitjf a cat on Ma proposed, ia in the nature of a forced eoaMbatloa.ThuVtie iuiUlaJ.

Way and)leans th'erHoui that the :progression t ht taken hold upon her citizen Domestic exchange S7S.192 89 accept the invitation. This however u impos hand wa washing the month of some cattle, when poeitiott Minister Fomth U

should made use original .ppopr.ton All this may b atbute t the milro.ds.Tailahissace Foreign exchange .... ..... ... 63.651 2 sible. May we ever continue to celebrate with be unfortunately allowed come of the saliva from and of thia fact be flttU a6'rised. J.' .
b melure for a years, .had no Bond ......................... 101379 ardent enthusiasm throughout the length and the month of a cow to get.Into the wonnd. when it A requIsition 'as is4s n the lreary. t*< y.ia
$eaat* la the *hr>e cf an amendment to the Amy stimulus to incite her citizen to action, but cow I Money invested in &ok...,... 166,362 89 breadth of the land each aacceeaive return of the acted like poiaoa. The person grew very IU from favor of CoL Ocarj.rtatonus r the snoicy CIt-e1

: '2Q as i cat from tbe Hoase.-.this with the de that the railroad Is piercing her from the Golf, and *-u'pended debt ad in ut... 32.819 53 day which-rave tu birth as a nation. Whilst we the effect* of it, and at list Account bit recovery needed by hint while GovernOr of Kana. 12 which

,fvi.g It die moral weight and preeige'from making rapid stride toward the Atlantic, she hiss Mouey iovtsted ia every othtr way do this and thus keep alive from generation t. was very doubtful, lag ont tbre*- eofflptnie of mi'-ilia/and for

o its passage" through tbe Senate. The aroused from her slumber gone to .ork and ere than U rpeoified i in' the fon generation, the memory of the eoaimon ujfferlag A* Spirit Turpentine bas proved an effectual Congress d4tn appropriation lad ussiO.viA tb'PM

S i raggea many.year*, ahe,will rank among Uo JO' bcaoti- .......... S1S.965 93 mud &e common danger which our father encountered remedy ia numerous case, the Frets generally Commander Page h5sd a 9 Interylew b55Ya
lion .o course, {favorably received, the rcqul ful anddcslrablc cities of,tlie SI G.i'y Re. prCQ1I. la achIeving our independence the Ccnatitntlon ..wo l *
'eMs papers (> ( co annexed) oHaued which were fMit 'July 17. S Tulsl resources: .. ....:..=_11,744,083 20 and the Union wiU fc* presrYei" not of the fact-SawwA ftjnbl W, Jly l Isan yst beea..ppo1tsl'

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'p.t may be directed by the ecmmaudlc; &Ccr thereof ffl w esBL-
= and preference will be -rn- Ur,1PHANT .JAf
all oilier thing bring equal,
IHE ORFA.T ENGLISH REEDY DEPARTMENT. ) ci'en to American mnriUfieture. And bidders ".:1 SAIL-ROAD ASD STEAMER SPRAY I 'eni3.coa ft Geti.IAIL .
Utrcau cf and Dx.-V t Ltl 114 .fl* Ifci-f* A
TEMAtE rILL all 04 lv*e if. -
til.; JAMES CLAESS'S CuLrBiirtB I I.rrp t t.le notice slat r.o aiircle: will be received r.flcr the
Clarie't M. July S, 18S8. ) 1 i'.1 SH'.t.Y'JCO.. cuafi/i t.J drzs t* I -RO1) .
'+ : freraprtcrif>tiimefSirJ. expiration d 'ri..J specified in the f'C .
/.. kytitian Extraordinary t) Uic Queen.nr SEAL: D PROPOSALS. f.rnc1I.C'1aslettp\r uiT. fur the completion of deliveries nnle s specially: authorized c? ic&Mut t1.Crnfwo. .

11.11 ]uUere llctaat 1rroiuir"! in tbe rur vf etlWWlsn4dugcr rtI"J Proposal! fnr dass \o. (name lie 'by the dfpnrtro ; and that no authority : tt! .ttcr FriJaJ' the ttn iiJuoa. (L" frtigtt
cl-ire.) for t!* mvr. ynrd *t (name tLe will borwviveJ T1iiTIAth Lcttarius stra It'G 1. ON .at.fU .r! I.
th.e. iscU ?atf u. wticb Urn .dS011..et 1Br.I.) H vested in any other pnitics: than thou named iu SWAN & CO.'d ni rr &f":41
at this office
ti ao U :ocL It tacxleralw aU IXOMI aAJIII until noon on the second day the contact, U> modify or flange Ibe contract ei'hir the 6TATS cf : run <*i wat k1,.II(,: : C
of And Authorised by
August next for (Irni .i,
oWiIft ,: s>4 e q>.odr c.re nurj be oik several : and delivering at the as to extension of time. or as to quality cr quantities .- t : __ I B 1t ..1'!.Jwuu rtl. Va" ;

4 IT? JUKJUZD LA VIES rnl nary-yard* named the tcatrrltl and Article Of matet al.. The I*'* alU+i ft to injure o-vr Jim hu thovn. i Mz4,5WeJA45J&r\ aqJ F.I
iacd in Lsec Tahsaeoc*
> piiutd ccbedulc! which will be fur- _.
b toW It is to be provided in the contract, abd to be distinctly ------ -- ; that our I Ien "tot'
,i u octWlulil4 II win, ort 41me.trtng oa our Lotteries vrt rIJIIIH fiirly ; f 11 A. d. (ezrp4tLv 11(11 cud : Lh.(
pod'trod wk1a rocular1t LIMN on eppl ation. and cent l b y mail if *o requested understood by the bidder, that.the amount fuilher notice, fin Eftrsic Trip wul: be paUpaartadly ; cJ t/iat our zckemtt at sinless those,
t
nUUJI to : ,-i'n ti.4 :.:. sill k"tn set ,
ceiring to offer tr contract for UNTIL lIt '.
peitons number headed
UkrJi tot'J",froeOae Dollar bean UK Oortroinentfitmmp cr nil tLe clawf rjimed thereto, b/ the comrnau-any and of article" numerated in dillIes C\ crT Stttuday, CDiamencinj ca the ere remove liberal Aj. cny other Lottery mie)" shall l ('J ie'-en Misplajr. We&sei.y etkitday.
Grt'flara.. Si revt eouttarfaita.CA.TJTION. dicta Miscenanf'OU. lire speciCed as the pro t. quau tCth iost, follows : IN TI1K WORLD t & O. K. fc. in ..Litfcrii.ith'sbmercAdspartare
: ol He evcral ".P.
navy yard*. f r the classes fr (sty which may be rt'qlJinJ.u acil ItA to fix data B< percl.edsae '
the yard under! their cntnuiatid the Leave St.tioa 3 at ...16 a. m. 8. v ili Le as nt:, at Is ) .
or by nary agent for determining tile loweit lWJ ; 'PauL the conalttori. r'mug Showing Bd'n.e" ill be dj awe l-y '
TkMM r IU d not boa taken t r tsaale during & flrvi dearest thereto, or by the bureau fur any tr all the i to furnish more or less of the aid enumerated article Arrive at Tallahassee at .B.15 a. M.ieave I A Cv Managtrs.i.f be Ppnrta Academy nh.e .t 61. Msit,. :. P.2
>.,atoatl of FTIDC1. u tfcev-are tare to trlng on 2ibcrrtm l.! Talhbaart at . BJO a. m. :
sJOP.M.
.
*, and in such quantities, and at vcA times, as tesy. in each cf tlHr birdie l"u-nber Ixitlcrva Lesvt3iLiuIia----
t>.' .l "T other Urn they an ufe.U 7b/ tcnf confusion oed mittmzkei the Arrive at St. Marks at SO a. nu la' steen ti. tnia via Uaf' at t.tAmrf
ot Scrroas and AffccUoo. Pala la tlitec in sealing the bureau or commandant may require; snob increase J LY. 1818 at Augusta Orcrgia. p llic. (except MS FridaY
an eue Bplnal ofib offers, no Lid well be received v.hich contains dames however not to exceed tIDe tblrd f the quantities THE STEAMER SPRA Y der the superinUt-dtocetf Cvatn i\iCr.r-. .tTalb2>:.c..... -I..r.f.,

tad Umbs Fatijn on ibebt eunion. PalpUttioa for nort than vne j rrrf in one envelope ; aud each stated, (and tLe excess must be authorized by the Jail 1662.Cttt (except on rriJjiy. tbeiiumi. train f W amreBti IS.)
Qeu% JI/Crrlc, tad TThltM tbeM PUl wilt affect aSirs indiridual Will leave the Wharton arrival of the can for Class Si Drew tn &lwrJ.a,. ; J.
lIB.11 other means tire fsl1 ,.ntl ililiough a jx>.- of a firm milt sign the bid and contract Ibe bureau and requisitions seat through the post- BAT. lUtuibicgAniye SS Draws on Saturday, July H,. 166. And 00 1r.J"rs rite OltMl'7 W rin.ewt1s
Bidder are lie- eby cautioned and p&rticulaily notified office shall be deemed diffident notice) duriffj the 848. 'Ttm Or-
-1
Class Draws Saturday. July 17. the lia.t Mail Steamers Vtvpcp
54 plj
fcrfJ rticHr. do not eocU'a' Iron calotn*!, aautkioay, or any that their offers must be in the form hereinafter at Bt Mark at .* 3tf p m. on V
I fiscal year ending Seth J ne, 1859 ; whelBertbe Class 26 Droves on Satr.rday, July 21, 1663.: Lana Kry Wt fld Havana. vhis am?* .t. Jnddf'pa
.4
bortfol U U constitution. Cars leave St. Masks at m.
Thug prescribed, end be mailed in time reach their p.
lo quantities required be more or less than those Kpeci- DTUKS SI 1868.OX ti. Sth a.J 27Ji if each
Cls 24 on riaiurjaf. Jtdy fri.ru Bt Marts ct .
for I 6
-reclSum each packtge. Sole A cent Arrive at Tallahassee at in.
full accompanv deatinati'm before tfco for p.
time expire leeeiring best, the price shall rerapin tt-e-eir. .. .
-cil Sfs.Ut aod C.n.d., JOB 1IOSKS, : Arrive at Station S at --------6 ui.Ticiets -- --- month.: .
tEe V tliciil Lid tiiil be considered vhich p.
; no shall be re All the artide!'uDder (Its contract ir.ast \>* of the I THE PLAy OFS1XGLZ X! On Peru-sew! & x-rgU lUil SosJ a T.twtwdytrain
(Late I. C. B.t.t..ra *-Co.) RodiNterI. Y. ctiied after tie reriod ,stated and no allowance will best quality, dclirered good order free of all and from Station rough to the Day and will heron -n M-s-dij. W acl.h11 *nJ Fndjys -
y 2.-11,00 ard C page sumpi earloa t to sn,author. te mail.
'nadeforfailuses mfAe every charge or expense the goyercment. and subject back $3 CO 50,000 Ticket8 -
1 IU Aytnt, .CiA.uro a t>otU eoatslalog S3 PUls by return To guard against offers being oper.cd before tbe to the weight, or measurementof I Ditto (ions ilibk4sce.. (2 00 :
inspection count WL'iIethese FiUZES Le'Ta 'Tal'.aLassee.! . ... . . 5 A.M.
time bidden fur Excursion 5,485 ;
appointed endorse Ticket day Duly.
c.u.For are requested to on tbe said navy yrad and b, it all respects satiofc good
sale fcyE leave Station No. 3. . .*. .. . ? A. M.
Af ent for TUUli& J. 8. M. Bartdtoa. Sole Ag-nt tier the emlor, >emcnt. thus : to the ycrd for plans specifications, samples*, I lie over at Station No. 3 ou Fn Jay un'il Satur.hr --- ---- --- ----
Class No. l\e class the iustead of returning in tbe evening to Tal- .JIAG.VIl7CE.VT SClIE.YEt Arrive at Tallabos-see.C.1TA. )LOn
for Qainry.February "p'oOc'fcr (name ,)for I and any fuither description of he tides. Cootractor miming,
t, ICSfi. -1J' A'any-lard at (name tile Yard.") I for classes headed Miscellaneous"* 11 bo do not bbaflaee. E, HOCSTOUIi.Prerident TO BE DZXVK tACU lUTL'&DAT IX JTNZI FnJav tn acccrrrr.i.Jv.ion: Trsa! whit tear tT'j

To the Chief of the Bureau of Yards .and Decks, reside near the place here the article are to be
If TOOT ilalr U CM Uarak Trot WlOUd', haIr roalortlirv.Wood1 Wnslnntcnm. D. C. I delivered, will be requited to name in their proposal i B.-Partita are expected to furnish their own I" . 50.000 4 . at 4.SD 1' M. ta.I arrive at Staticn Xc. S, U li C I'

Xfyor RaT ta Gr.,. I an agent at the city or principal place near the refreshment 1" . 10.CCO t. . M. Doling tli* continuance: uf tL* lze.asin Ttipj

tm. 1'rd. nail BertorattTC. I TOSH OK OFtTS. yard of dc i'frj.'h, may be called upon to deliver "June 2C, 1853. !&-Lr 1'0 . 6.000 t. . the Train: \illie ever at bUtlca Ih. 3 nitil 2cf

IfrocrHalrUTLln. Here date tbe o2Ter., I articles tnthout delay when they shall) be required. 1- -- --- -- ---- -- ---- 1" . 4.CCO :o . day mcmtor; '.:0 2. ptr : .:. tar zcroo

C.e f'n4.: TTooJ Uatr Eoetoralive.Tfrn :, ( ) Approved sureties in tbe full amount of the contract 1I A CARD. 1" S.COO IiO" . : Tilps. .

arB ll, I I I. (here insert the uame or names composing tbe I will be required and twenty ptr centum as ad- I I" . 1,600 100 I A HACK leave St. TiLr Ls oa rural wf tia Traia

t"N '. Wood Hail RietoraJre.Ifou I I firm.) of(name the to,,.1.) in the' State of (name tbe
bse Ner''ouiIlea4&ehe.tea Wood's. Hair Votor Ure.U I Stat .) hereby offer to fumisli uud< r jour IIdvel ti8eI I the contract thall have been completed or cancelled TT our temporary absence fiom the State, has Prizes. u, Tra.'n to TaIiafee.!
Prof.
went dated (mae tdvertisement..) and subject I been (by some of our friendi!) magnified into a virtual Approximation *
I unless otb.,wise authorized by the department On firraTilliljuiec to SL Iama. . .. (-1
1f70t bue l'aD4l'\1tr.. ProC. IVooJ' flaIr Cwtoratlr i all the) requirements of tbo same, and of tbe printed I classes headed, Miscellaneous to be delivered as abandonment of our biifcine i n New Pert.- 4 Tries of J1CO appro'g. to $;ocoo prit au $! i. 55 0Cci. .0S" el',".. "e 't ,
'
If 1" h..tvp .. r' tchedule to wLich it refer all the articles embraced required dt ring tbe fiscal year, the twenty per cen I That report arc being evefully ci.cuUted tbruiigb- 4 "- ;00" J5000 R. r.. .:. .:: : .'. ..: tt}
tee FrT f. Wc. flair c.tonU" !i in CLass No. (name the cas) f.-r the navy-yard at I turn retained stay, at' the ai.-cri.tiou of the commandant cut tie country, that we bare ."ltl: out here luck, 4 .. !CO" 10.000" Fare from Tallahassee to S'.atca So. f, Ytn..

Ifrnds lre CloY flair I j (name the J&rd.) according to sr.id] schedule: uz :- be paid quarttily, oa tbe first of January stock, and barrel and are clean :G7Ie." WLalevcr .i ue 1,000" CCO.R.E.. .. . .. .. .. .. sit
rr( TTood Hair Eek>r.tive. I here the from the schedule! been fatherto .t 100. 6.003"
Ce ( paste en printed Cass the m.-tive, tie visti, we thiulc. 'nay hare 1 .
April. July and October, when the deliveries have Fare from TUahau-e U 3uUn I j. 3. (VT&Isiyftti -
.f.ri>Q df* r. ki pre erv the Color i and opposite each article set the price and carry out the thought with the reporters. Be this however, 4" 15" 5.500 I .
Prod Wood's Halt Ecwtorative. been satisfactory aDd the balance (eight per cent.) her's Mdl). .. . . . :t
Cse tuc amount in the columns (.>r dollars and cental and wd) be the within rs it may, we da assure our friends the public! that 4 II to" I.fiCO".
paid by respective agents
I ;o* 4e1f1re .ot to IAOM UM FeeL the Color Wood's, lisle EcMoratlv I ft ut up tLa aggregate araou-it of the bid for the class,) thirty days after the presentation navy of billa, in triplicate 'We will next Fall, be as able end viHixy to serve 6.000 [.riftS of 20 .lii ehergcJ '. ': f Cteryia Reiln+It
amounting t.) (here write the amount in words) them ts ve have et'cr Sects heretofore. Our Stock will '
vouched and 1pts: 6, !,
Artltle.rl duly approved.No to paid 011 Jrlitery of
g
I/yaowtntaCheap rrnf. Wood's Hair HmtortUre. I I pr<'pe a* my agent (bere name the njfi-nt, "ifotia part of the centum reserved i i. to be paid be ample and we shall expect all our customers to 5,485 Pnie amounting to.$ 17WJ/ ST. HARKS TO
admire tbe Eeaubful Leek, U required by the schedule) for the supply under per continue their patronage, except those who cannot hlaLvias 15 ; STAJJOXll, 2.J3 I
lryon until all the articles offered uudtr the WHOLE Ticzxvstlo ;
rejected con ; Cult.jl L.a1e. . .. .... . 75 87ILOTubnece.
Ceatoratlre tfemsfhtI.Yery per
Hair
TJe Pmf. Wood's the classes iiiiscellatwou, by a hon'reflJeut of du su tcithout material injury to '
tract shall have been removed from the yard, unless in I1JxclI IOu J . .(; 23 U
.
the Beautiful Ctaelett.CM I per
!f yoa aHnUr* the place! of delivery ; and should] o.Tcr be accep authorized rwpectfully.McNAUGUT.. rw.f CIRCULAR \enting Maples oft\ 1. ,
Restorstlr8. specially by the department.It bo
Prot Wood's Hair
Ci'immand eacispertusteIIlO
it. IU
ORMOND A CO. tot trot ty any cmt tlttirmts ojricri'tiy othergraiuhm
I the contract be and
if yes wUh a Beautiful Cnnoplexlun. ted. request may prepared sent will be slip slated iu the contract, that if default --0- Salt I c.. . .. .. .. .. 4.sIJay
CM Prof. Wood's list BeatorvUr to the IU.VJT agent at (name the! agruc: ) for aijjuatuies fclall be made by tlc parties of the first part ia delivering Newport. Fla.June 30. (July 3, 1683. %7-3111)) I per ill.r.j -1tO- -lb.. .. . 4LtCts.tdane.Pla.tcraud
If fOil .ala a race tree from Pimples, and cestiCcate.Here ---- -- ---- --------- Certificates if Pactagesn'.l be add a! the pH 140
all of tbe article loer.toued iu
Cae Fret Wood' hair Btttorative.If I or any any I : leans
.Jb to appear Yo"n,. ( tbe bidder end each member of the firm to I class bid for of tbe quality nod at the times nod IJJSSOLU1'IO.LY Oil ntis which ii the risk : .1D packages per 1.0 ]l. . !3 6Bat
Use Pr t Wood's Hair Beetoratlve.If sign.) Ceilificatrsof Pacliigecf 10 tVLoIe Tltkcta .
orenrb..h"lar places above provided theta and in that case the said COPARTNERSHIP.rpliE 0 Iron per 1(11) lw_ .. . . I 23 Y.SAU
riwi want twllmony 10 Half .
1t .oIlbl Circular of PrC TTooJ I Hair BeMorstive. parties will! forfeit and pay to the United States a LeI I ., C ether g.o p"r B.O lbs. .. ....25 33 fJ
JO
U yon want to find it, roicM or OUAltA'fTIK. I sum of moiiey not to exceed twice the amount of CO-PARTNERSHIP heretof. uislin .. Quaitir .
Tbe Depot u at ill Mar\e4 su, Bt Louli. Mluoarl.fV tbe erich cla--s which be recovered from time to tbe Subscribers, under the Firm cfHODGKISS H 10 Eighth J'l-orisTALLAHASSEEtoSTATtOY1gI1 1 21
The undersigned (name of guarantor) of(name ; way I Cotton Laf.! . .. .. .. Ci 0I
la the !
It U alto s-rfd by every popaT-r Druggist city in that Iu ordering Tickets Or Certificates. encase per e sTubiaccismn
town) and State of (name the State.) and (name of time according to the act vf Congress case SCOTT POOLE I .
.. .
U4elIlDtry. address for the Tickets ordered uxtJpcrlQOlLa:. .t. 131 l2Curnandotiaergrainkssieksprbustee1.
to CD
6, tS 6lyDecisious. second tc,) undertake that the provided approved March 3rd, 1-I:. mutual The money our ,
February gaaranturo hereby has been thU day dissolved by coastnt. I "of whicli tl.ey w.ll be forwarded by tint G j tI
The must tbe contract and their ceipt
sureties reeponsabilty "
above named (name the bidder or bidders.) will, if sign collector Jfotet and Accounts arc \n he band Tuos. II. Houo- Purchasers co Lave tickets ending in any figure I Smelt per lIle'. . . . . 15 25
in 1858 hit [or their] otTer as above be accepted enter ;into ; be certified to by a navy ngent. KISS and D. H. FOOLE estlrur! of whom will settle tip designate.The Hay In I'a'es per 1ca Its.2 11! iSa
with the United States within fifteen district tomev: or souo other person satisfactorily may
contract days
Its business of tie late Firm. Lime Cement, Slate P1aetir. UIJ On-
List of Tumbcrs and Prize will .
FEW COPIK t.nLand of tbs Decithni of after! of tbo known to the bureau.It 11 Drturp .
lie dale uf notice through the peat-office TH03. H. HQDGKISS
.t' : after the i.'ia! ,ii nun in packages lCa lLs. L2 .
eent to per
the Court Florida for 1868. Price mentioned. ia to be in the contract that the bureau purchasers Immediately g.t2"
their before provided
Supreme of acceptance of his [or ] e.frcrs (OEO. W. SCOTT, Purchaser u ill /1eae write heir" I r rllla Ittr lw lU. .. . .. iIU.llttn
by mail. |tt paid. t2 61The cash must *acmm Witness: (Signature rf guarantors.) shall hare the power annulling the contract, without I). II. POOLE I | ; :
and Pc OCicc. amid AiicthitgcedsperlL. 11.1..115
pan all ('rJ r. Apply to the Editors of the 101'.ridi3n I certify that he above" named (here name the lots or damage to the government, in case Congress WM. 0. PCOLUTallaLa plain give .heir ;t PojQtjr

A Jouintl. guarantor) use Loo\llll to me to be guoJ Iud responsible hall nut have mide sufficient ap.rmpriations cf'. July let, 1SS.JJAVING j I tl7 Remrmber that every Pi ue 15 drawn ::DwAur HOU3TOU.V. ;
iu full without deduction.tST .
July 24, Ib58. 30 I guarattcis in this ISAC f.>r the article named or for tie completion of works I payable f rtr. 4'Fetisyl3 'jriX_ ;:.J. : .
estimated for and which this advertisement is All prizes of $1,000 aol under, paid
(Signature.: ) on : 'Z-m .
inU resi of late
the part-
purchased
Notice.LT. I To be signed by the district j the Firm of HODGKIdS
'
I time : tIa .. :;!; lTOItGilOD' .
thlity
diminish the named in the classes not ]
quantities
collector known
baling demand .tinst the Estate IIJCY. navy agent. or some person to POOLE, I will continue the business u heretofore, All comniooicatious ( conCJT.tia!! ..
/ persmj I Bureau tuba headed iliitfillancous! ia the schedule, twenty-five *ri'tiy -
..L 1. rf Jotij'u Mi W.I.: late Jcffeison'ti Cl't.r.tde- I ieapousib1se.PORTSMOUTh_ cent. and will use my beet efforts to merit: fIt patronrge Address Or JIM fur TiekcU: or CurliCcfcU tJ I 'V rum z Y.'NHETME2. .

frtsed. will tale notice that they moot prt'rnt iliern per Pt-rsuns wbtse offer shall be Acrf'plpJill be notified : of all who- may W favor me with their trade.CEO. S. SWAN & CO.. Augusta, .
w. scorr. IERCHA 'T TAILORS
N. II.C'BM .
autlietilifitcd. within tbe I
t. tbe undersipi.'d duly I by letter tLr<.gh II the postufn"f.VLic notice tPersons residing near Montgoa.-ry, Ala.: ,

'hue | r cl wed by law cr this notice will l. plead : No. I DiicV.9; c'.iss No 2 Granite ; cla-s No I b.all! be considered! .ufTicient ; and if they d,' not enter _July_ _lit._,_1853.. 27 .--- Atl&I.Ia. is. cau have their order tilled. tad I aD JU .:AS 13

'" bit of their recovery ; and all perstrs indebted to 3 Vtrllov-p tin her; class! No 4 Yellow! pine lumber into ci-ittmct for the supplies: spec.Cediitla.i; fifteen I The Masonic m --Publishing---- -Association-- -- time, by a'lJj'eefiiuj rf. Swan & Co at ,'I.ltr <
faiJ E taU? wi.l: toalic i'nrne Hate pHjrrfD' ; clak: No 6 WLite-piac and spruce tinitxr and dave from tbe date of notice from the bureau of I c5ies.tif; .

JOHN ASDLRSCN. .Adm lumber (vrl.iie ;.inc txMt>oued ;) cbss No 7 Lime and tie acc
July :-. ISiS. S03wNOTICE hair ; c'uss No 8 Crmcnt ; clots No 9 Sand ; class with some other pI'rsnn or persona and the guarantors rfBi-isa Vuilahasscf i-'l ti : 6000S_ .
--- -- ----- No 10 Sate! ; cl.'is X.lll Ir..n and na'ls; ; elate No of suih bidder will be Lcld : <-
NO. 615. 12 Steel ; date! No 13 Augers ; clara No U File ; I LIe for all delinquencies.All defaulting, respoiibi- TUB !MOXTIILY HIASOMC: JIAGAZI.VE, :3T"; A lit of the uuuiL?U tLkt are dr.inn rVIIH SUBSCRIBEIUS are DOW ojftJ tr. at

X clara Ko I'aiuta. oiI. au.I dasa No 1G the wlIEt I. with the arnujut fir the Pti'zd; that J. tie Store tile J. A J. Me, .
15 g1as ; SLip I Iclll"JIt'rYi otfeis not made in strict conformity with this OF Til AGE next !rr J. uinia 11
11 clues No 113j Sperm ul;i ; class N. I'l advertisement, at the option of tbe bureau, bel d..tTUlo I cce ueii'iU"d to. \ilba: pnbi:: nfttr every #. a well -Vctrd! Sfock of SPK1NO sod
lbrfslt' ; Clf.l,1! :t.iti"ucry : dust N. :i hey ; ing, ill lImO following:; paper: Au tJa'a ((! 4o ) SUilMER CCOCS. smtillc! rGE.V"'LJHES' Ia

class No 21 I'roecnJir ; tlai* No 22 Ch.irc al ; do1-' ejected.Those only If'e oflVrs may be accepted will bs THE AMERICAN KASON." : flilutlormliUi; \. Oilcans! Delia Mobile: Ieg. I WLAJI.cacsieti.g .
JRE Cl.Hiest.u! SlatKkxrd X lI*-hi1l" Oazfette. Ailrn'a
No 24 Copper and ccuipositioa: nails ; class No 23 notified, end contracts will be ready for execution as I in.Ar.. ifFrech and Luhah C-.u.. c.
--- I telli Xe. Ycrk Look
-- < eucer. WteVly Day .S\"::
l'r s TIll' RESTOJA TOY or cramy U.JJ TO lien castiajs. Six-n thereafter as may b practicable. Morniug; News. Richmond; Disp.iKb. Xt\r York .i.utrrs aod vesting of tLfl latest atjto' and btit q> *lity -

MARKET IN TIlE3TATEOPLORIDA. DOSTON.Cla July 17, 18 34w IT 11 patch. Pauldmg (Miss ) Clarion aol Litile! I wl.ih they me propjo 1 M make up to cr\I"r iu
-- ------ D.voted Exclusively to the In- TorVii.cn lila ani JniLi! JvUe: and IUt .
>. No. I. Cricks; class No 2 Stone class No (Ark,) True Driuocrat. a ::, ou- *
4 Y sll.\ -pine lumber ; class No a Oak ted haidwend DI8SULUTIOOF struction and Entertains -.lit: Nov. 14, 1857. 4C-ly I SOAABIE TrRM3. Also, a m'si-d ifsortratut cf

QI.r 1 ; c111KII No \Yhte-pi.if: .. r|'ic>.(. end juniper PARTNERSHIP of Freemasons their P.EADY-1IADS CICTHIKC,.

'ilr tr..i of land! made act t of Cos.srreM. IST timber ned lumber; r'ass! No 1 Li.ne and tair; class I Wives Family, and Maryland State cocsljtirr! of Fine tik! taJ CoIcreJ: CltHi FnxfcC.'fs.
( A is this dis-
firm of i.it. COMB5 CO.
k. ;.rov U Mav K, Itoo. i l..., o: ..*. _* r,_. :j... ,I No) P Cc-ijiett ; cLs No 9 Oiartl! aid rand; class rplIE day Friends. I Fhccy C.-.Mimi-re: Bui3ica Ccatu, Elavk .w
niLfnnl The business will
skI in tbe conttriKtiun cf certa-t.! railroads: thereinen'.iiTtt ifo 10 Slate ; cass: No it Iron, iron spikes aniniH Ly conocnt. :
t"' ;.!. I'ariuj bvtn e<> far adjusted MS to ac'lv) r. ; cl.-* No !it 2 Steel ; claw No 14 }'II,, ; chits I l.e ,ontiuv .d by R. C. WILLIAMS, who i* alone I Each 2fumoer Contain* Portrait of Distinguishedf'reemaonf R. FRANCE & Co., Manager, Culoicd U.-cans ami! Colku''el'and Orn Paris.Ccat..Fitvrt4 Click tnJL'otikia Qft Fancy..

: N, 1; 1'.li i'f. oil: and g'si class No LA Sl.ip ihau- authoifccd to settle the aCiirs! 0: the firm. and other Kngranngs lit. lime best
:zu .e r I..e fr ia vithdiaVal .f the !kod 1oereirr :.! ; F tbe Maryland State Lotteries present the and Fancy Silt; and! Cjsifoifre Vrsta. tALSO
; -rcribcd. notice I* hereby yinn tlial all the T:: fiery ; e-iaa's NJ ItsJ Sj.erai; oil ; tlass No 17 Hardware : A. R. COMBS. A rust; and tM Articles by Dr. .1. O. Mac- 0 low ing Splendid Scheme's v'I

.t. L-e. UuJj! !!jen-t'f.-!.<.' withJrnwu (torn eli 1 or ; (!atS No 1 S Stationery ; class No 20 Hay and V. C. WILLIAMS. try, Rev: Ceo. Oliver, 6'7 F. Yates -- -
u oL rv":;.'..uli Iu uutside tlf :ix milts on each ride of I lraw ; clitaj No 21 Pro\pnJer; cave! No 22 Char-: July 15tb, 158. "Albert Pike, Rub JonlI. John For JULY, 1858. A goal assortotest tf b'-.clc suj loiey silk cta.,'.

'. .' tVuiban.a and FVriJa." the l' ai-ola ai.i 1 cu ; class N3 P.u-kipj: class Ni 25 Iran cas- Dove, J. Theo. Holly, andoth- -- I and tie, si.irt', raotui, .JI: c ij cuttC4i xadcr sbiit..
j All indebted to the late firm of A. R. i They csutien purchatis uf'fit-keta to beware collars socks love 1 -
JfasbnicLev : .
'beFlorida.! Atlantic and Guif Central." I Usigs ; data N> 27 .\; !. persona erll. Comprise "( w. '
X'a. I Comb .1.\! Co, fir the year 1855, 66, and 1857, either : History,Jurisprudence ordeming Tickets i iJ Lotteries where eztMordiu The subscribers are uew bc.ir.ncn :ij not enire.:
situated In the cnJertut NEW Y01U '
Florida" railroads t
C' ae forwara large Capitals are offered for a small coet of : :
bj note or account are requested to come ( : and ly unknown to tLu wmmnnity. and they '!eg-*
; < *) tnwtJI ipe. wLich have not bciti selected Cass No. 1. BiicLa; ca-s! N> 2 Stone class No -all such are nwiuJlcs.
; And settle immediately R. C. WILLIAMS. Belle Ltttres, themselves to give s.t.e faction tw all who nay favor
:.i 5 ITt< i" f er.id grant or any vthrr grant r.iade by 3 Yellow pine timber ; cln P8 No 5 Oak and bard I July 17, 1658. 29-3m [Sent copy. Frrn the Pens of the Leading jfasonic Authors of The Maryland Lotteries Lara 'teen ia uuleoce them \rth: tbiir patiMiA '. .
c. n re'S. ('r t Irtally claimed! ly pre -mptu>n, aud wood timber ; (-!;.s No 6 White piue RJ'ruce. and ttis Present Century.As Forty Years. They are drawn by a State J.V11ER1 -

icltich were rubject; to j.rivite entry at I.'.. dale rf juniper ; class No 7 Lime and bair ; das No R Ce- I and! can he relied en. If you draw a Pilic, jcu

viihdratral. mil he restored to pi irate entry ou the theist ; eats' No 9 Gravel and sand ; class No 10 For Sale. a Masonic Monthly' Magazine it Las no get your money. The whole country i i. 2 x>JcJ L. DAN.XHKIMER.VV .

'f!,,"* and J.t the p;:ces benii't tpei-ified at the Slate ; class No 11 Iron iron spikes and Dai!. ; class TilE HOUSE and LOT owned by Mr. Equal either in Beauty or Mechanical Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of tbe.n. I. 1858._IS_ _

.' dill rl miui.nuin of $1 25nr&crr, or at the piio No 12 Steel ; chjM No 13 PIJ iron ; class No 14 T. Helton, and now occupied by Jifnjj Execution Value of its Articles J2T Order in the Maryland State Lotttrit. I

( \Sh.li they may have giT.i-u itcd at the date clvtthdiawaL $ Files ; class No 15 Paints oil and glass ; class No Dr. James S. Jones. Possession may be bad ,in or the World. lUOfl11CUT ednzMx. NEW GUUD8-EW.GOWJ! !

1C Ship chandlery ; class No ICi Sperm oil ; class oa first October next For terms apply to
At the Led office at TALiAnAR, c: M>nJaf, tbe !:<, 17 Hardware ; cl.iss No 18 Statii nery ; class No CHARLES HUTCHINSON. Each Jfonlhly Part Contains an much Rfadinij Matter Maryland State Lottery. FOR THj . -

e'xih day Septembtr next \it: 20 Ua j and straw : caea No 21. Provender ; class July 17, 1858. 29 not to freak of the Costly Enyravittfft illustrating CLASS L,

Xvrth of the base fine and east of the principal me No 22 Cbmeoal ; cls!.s No 23 Belting: packing: and the same as ALL the other monthly To b* dwn ia Baltimore, Saturday,July 24ib. FALL ANDWINTERI ]

ridian.Townships Lose ; class No 21 Copper : class No 25 Ironworkand Seed Seed Seed lassies of tile Jilasonie Press nf Ameri' 14 Draw BaUota In each Package otIS Tickets,

2 and 3!, cf rantn 1. C, 3. 4. taJ 5.TovnKhip castings ; class No 26 Machinery and tools'; class FOR eat, rolled into One. Making mute Prize than Blank*.-Every Package ; -
2. if rjtit i 6. '1. 8. ff. and 10. No 27 FALL PLANTING. IT El ICIJOTLIIXJED T8 m. VOItTlLT XA3O2CC XAO AC5. TlcEeta most contain 14 drawn numbers, au that ( mm.
Aueu.PIlIL.DELPIIJA. OF TUB AGE. .
are 14 P.llze8 to li Blanks.I
Tuwns.i! 1 and t.l 11 and Green Glazed Drumhead I
(<* ranges 1?, 13, U, 15. RUTABAGA
..
Grand Prlzoof.$40,000 1 Prize: of ...$ .
Tnmpsbip 1, of range 1C.vthrfthe Class No. 1. Crick ; cass: No 2 Stone ; class No I Cabbage, tc. Term*-Per Annum. 1 Prtzvof 10,000 4 Prize ot------
[az. a"J cast cf tin principal me 3 Ytllow'pine tin.ber ; ca* No 4 irellow-pine lumber Flat Dutch Turnip, Single Subscription, I year, -postpaid.f 3 00 1 .::::::::::: 10.000: 10 :::: :: : rimE n.J.r.l !iacd i* ijow receiving his Stock of
1 0 ..... ... 10,000 10" .. JFALL
rilian..TowesLips ; cluds No 5 \Vl.ite-oiik and bard wood ; class No Just received and for sale livAMIS C 2 jeam, do 500 1 ...._.... 10,000 10 which AXD WINTER GOODS.

2 and 3, of range I. C White'pine timber ; class No Lime; class No 8 i LIVELY. Clubs of Two to Eight each 3 SO 1 "'...'. 8.1100 811" .... wants n--ttber in Quantity Quality or StjU.

Townships J. 2. and 3. of rouges 2-3,4,5, .'.nDdS Cement ; vines! No 9 Gravel and sand! ; class No 10 July 17, 1868. 29Medical Clubs of any number above 8, each 2 00 1 l u- .:............... 6.000!ooo U.M"" .....-.. Embracing for the Ladies_ ,

Townships 1 an.1! 2. of rat ge V. Slate; class No 11 Iron iron nails and spikes : class TLe Cash in nil cases must accompany the orders. i M .. ....... 8.00,1 U .... Silk Robes a Quille, SUe Stripe lUlaia Unites
No 12 Steel claw No 14 Files class No 15 Paints. .. .... I .. .
Townships I. :. and 3. of inn ft 10. ; ; CollegeOF The subscriptions for each year commence with the 1 8,000 5.633 0 FL.cncemi .o Challis
........ u .
Iii. and glass doss So 16 Ship chandlery clara of 1 3.000 : ,- -
2 3 of 11. ; ; fin number that thus stippljinjj ss
and
Townships range TilE S7ATX OF SOUTH CAROLINA. (Janoarj) year 1 '; ....... 8,0-JO Brocade BItUereStrif''I, PIns DAng
Town-bi.> 1. of ranges 13 and 14.TOlfl1h'p.l No 16i Sperm oil ; cInNo 17 Hardware; class J ; the subscriber with the Masonic Romance series corn.p.ete. W.11J Prize......amouotiDg to .. .. ...$ Canille RubH. a
and 2, of 15 and 16.roKcsbp No IS tationef"! : class X. 19 Firewood ; chats No But the work being stereotyped number .
China Glace.
any PriL.Udii.rioo
ranges Annual Course of Lectures in tbs: INSTI- Tickles 110. halves $5, Quarter U.c.o), Elgbth f 125. Striped JUb*#.
1, of mange 17. 20 Hay aol 1 straw, ; data! Xo 21 Provender; class THE will commence on the second Jfon- or series of numbers will be mailed postpaid, on receipt Certificate Pache oftSWIsoles----------------$ Satin Plaid Poult (L>Loire. ". D.loia a-

North of the lau lir.e and wist of tie principal tncriJian. No 2J Charcoal l : class No 23 Belting packing and day in November, upon the following branches: of the price 25 cents eaeb. do.do.. 26 Halves---------------- All Wool Del-iiw.
hoae ; class No 27 Augers ; claxs No 28 Iron floats. Address, J. F. BRENXAN. do. do. !>5 Quarters . . -
NAVAL ASYLUM. Anatomy..J. R HOI.BROOK M. D Secretary 21.: P. A svociat ion. do. do. 2CEilmthsHI.VANA . .. MANTLES
Twntlllire 2 nn J -3xof range 1. Surgery..J. J CUISOLJI, M. D .
LGCISTILLK, Ky. for 5TEU aiennia: .ao ztts .
Townthip 3, ufrangea 2. S. and 4. Class No. I. Clothing; class No 2 Hats boots and 1 heory and Practice of Med. .P. C. GAIU.IRD.. P. PLAN.

Township 4. fi and 0, cf range 7. shoes; class No 3 Provisions; class No 4 Groceries; Physiology.JAMES MOULT U. D. June 26, 1858.. 2G-it Embroideries
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1 S 5 and 6 of class No 6 Dry gds; class N> 6 Biead. 4c.; class Materia Medica . .HEKET R. '
Township 4. ranges 8 and 9. FRosT, M. D. All the number put iu the wheel, and or iviit JJB.Valenccne. .
No 7 Ttbacco class No Oak & every
TowDvhip 1. 2. 1. 5. and G, tfrange* 10 and 11. ; 8 Miscellaneous; 'class No Obstetrics..THou. O. PMOLXAU, M. D. Hickory Spokes. put in another. Maltese and UoaTfoo L*:a. tBO
Hardware class No 11 Paints oil ; class No
TowiMlipa 1, 2, 4, 5, anJ 6, of rangt* 12. is. 14. 15, ; ; Chemistry..C. U. SHWABD, M. D. '"T IIE undersized give notice to Carriage makel ,
/H this tKe
Plan uhieh it
mode BELTS AND TnilllllSOTbe
14 Lumber ; class No 15 Provender; class No 16 fashioned SETS, UIo&
:'\ 16.)1I'r"hl1'8. Demonstrator of Anatomy . .F- T. MILES, M. D. I JL Planters, te,, that they are now er:a!cd in Prize is dram >
1. S, 5, aod 5, <-f range 17. 'irewood CLINICAL LECTURES are delivered twice a Manufacturing Watrpon and Carriage Spokes bv Machinery Draicitiy, every out. andetai *J wauld aUoCaJl lL. Ktteotl of tWFubhe

x'on-.-.hip 1,2,4, and 5ofr&nges 18,19, JO, 21, 22, WASHINGTON. week at the Marine Hospital rfbd the Roper Hospital I at GOT. Call's Steam Mill, at the Tallahassee Maryland State Lottery. georslij.to LI. large and couplet Stock of

Llki !3. Clan No. 1. Bricks ; class No 2 Stone ; class No by the Physician and Surgeon of those Institu Railroad Depot and will keep every variety EXT AR CLASS 8, OwLs nJ Youths Fall and ;VrLttr Clothing

Tvrwbip* I..c. and S, of range 24. S Yellow-pine timber ; class No 4 Yellow-pine lumber tions. reasoned Oak and Hickory, constantly en hand, To be drawn in Baltimore 114., Saturday, July Jilt 1 Cents.and -Ytattu Fall and Winter .

C.wnship 3, 4, and 2, of range 26 and :1. ; class Nit 5 Oak Laid wood, timber and lumber; The Anatomical Rooms will! be opened in October, which they will sell on such terms as tn male it an 20,163 Prize 40.000 Ticket. It &L HATS. CAPS. .

'if- rcOiip* 1. 3. 4. and 5. of range 28. class No 6 White-pine, spruce,juniper and cypress ; and dissections conducted daily by the Demonstra object to all to purchase from them. The following : COOTS AND SHOES. .

TIIW'tI..JIp8} S, 4, and t, of range 29. class No 1 Lime and Lair; class No 8 Cement ; class tor. is the scale of cash prices delivered at the Factory : We would call particular atfention f> the PLANTATION GOODS. ,

Townships S nod 4. of range 30.onaIae No 9 Gravel and sand ; class No 11 Ir-n. iron naili IB the Anatomical Museum valcabls ttdditloni Buggy Spokes thousand. ..4} cents each, splendid *scheme a package of 18 whole J.
per coating only $60 and other ticket Kereey.emt.svsa-l :: r ":::1
1 S, 4. and 6, of lan; U. and spikes ; class &> 12 Steel; class.No 13 Pig iron; have been made ;in models of a very large size, illus I ., .5 setr..S every Salads Ftps
warranted to draw JlO determined the Stnp'a .u.1..ds. ..
.'owcsLipft 4 sod S, of range S3. class Nu 14 File ; lat No Ib Paints.oil, Ac.; class trative of the more mi lute and delicate structures of Carriage and 1 horse Waggon Spckc by -
tier drawing tbe Capital Prize, xrbether odd Mrlborouw St. pu and Enamels| and black .. -'
&.: l 4fIhczie line and west of the principal me No 16 Ship chandlery; clqss No 1CJ Sperm "oil ; the human body.A per thousand ro .. . .6 i" even. Plaid. Linevi end Jeo
Keu'y. .
riaia*. daM No 17 Hardware; class No 18 Stationery ; valuable and interesting collection ia wax of the Carnage and 1 horse Waggon Spokes Heavy Cotton 0naburgo. Virpnfi all West
class' No 10 Firewood class No 20 aud uri of the in SPLENDID .cnn: Lloey. .
and
Hay straw .us a diseased
parts
system healthy
".r 1. o'f ranges 13, U, 15, 16. 18, III, 20, 21. ; ; persett..6 I } 4-4 brown and bleavL- Wool llat. -." -
class No 21 Provender class No 22 Charcoal class slate bas also been added. co DEDCCTIOJ OJlPIIZE PltnlP.1TA.U UI
; 4 horse Waggon Spokes thousand.6i"
22, 23, 24, and !6. No 23 Belting, packing and hose. HENRY R. FROST. Dean. 4. .. per.. sett..1 1 rita,t .......z5,00j s .Approxlmat'a to... ed domestic. Steel.;Iron and Ifai
1 ov t bip 'Iiaud 2, of ranges 26 aud 27.itt 10,00) 4 Brown and bleached Sb,.- Complete UlUrt' of
tbe land office NORFOLK.Class July '. 1858. 29-6w IB hone" Of. thousand.t" 1 ; :::: :::::: 5.000: 4' : :::: tings, llarduara.CARPETINa .
at NtwT.-ANsni.tr. oa Monday, '6" 5sett..8 t ...... 2.000" x .. '
the cbcth Jay of September next, TU: No. 1. Bricks; class Not Stone class No3 Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE 1 ... ... t.OOO" .. ,. ;,
Yellow'pine timber; clg No 4 Yellow. 'ne lumber; As isis something new in Florida, we hope to C 1,0001I -
,o7tdl of the base line and East of the principal,. clan No 6 White pine timber and lomber class No OF FLORIDA. ) be liberally patronized. Call and see specimens\ at .: :::::::::: 1uoofsI .. Brus el. Three Fly mitt! Ingrain! "C* ;.

ridian. 7 Lime ; class No 8 Cement ; class No 9 Sand ; lass JEFFERSON. COUNTS f Mr. KuLo's Carriage Shop in Tallahassee 1 ............ :11IO Wit a. ... Parlor Rag and door Z>!atti.
"wn3Lp* 2 and 3, of range 11. No 11 lion Iron nails, Ac. ; class No 12 Steel; cIa" W. EDWARDS. Sheriff and Administrator SCHNEIDER i CO. 1 to ....._ .. 400I t All tf tte abov mentJolYfd'articlf'. ,H1 be' 6fcl

"':" 1I"tI.lij'll 2. 3, 4, 13, and 14, of range 12. Nu 14 Files ; class No IK Paint, oil and glass; class B e ex officio of the Estate of John B. Scott, late July 10 1858. 28CARRIAGE ...... 400 a .. upon M good terra a* can be bought of -rty.U..

tct-.a-ipel,3.4.: 11. 12.13. and 14. of range 13 J No 16 Sbip.idsaodiery ; class No 16| Sperm oil ; Jefferson county, deceased has filed in the .Probate 1 : :::::::::: 200f8 .. in the Cty. -

''oIwrWI4 1, 4, 5, 10. 11, I:. aod 13. of range 14. class No 17 Hardware; class No 18 Stationery; office Jefferson county a written suggestion NEW SHOP. 10' ...... lQO are .. .- .. .-.. D. C. WILSOJf.Octn. .

row..Je1,2,4,5,9.10,1landIlof, range 18. class No 19 Augers and centre bits: ; class No 20 I that he beHevis the Estate of John B. Scott, to be citi- roOOO" ._. .. .. 10 are.... .. ... ._ ..._ 18S?. 42
IWr'lrips: 1, 2, 4, e, 8. fl, 10. and 11, of range 16. Hay and Straw ; class No 21 Provender; class No insolvent : THE umlersiznea begs leave to inform tbe mole Ticket |10,nalves $3 Quarter 12.50 "

;} '3-ns'ip* 12. 4, 5, 6, 7. 8. 9. and 10. of range 17. 22 Charcoal; class No 25 Pig iron ; class No 26 Iron Therefore notice is given to all persons bating Tallahassee and vincinity. that be ba A Manas-iV Certificates! of paeksre 18 Whole, Hotice. V
iemi' !: v* }. 2. 4. 5. 6. '. 8. 9. and 10. of range IS. roof. I I opened carriage shop ;in this place jofnfagBrokaw's perauot wise lo jiay tbe only' will be sent tar ,
claims against said Estate, to and file the : ::: :::: :::
appear do. do. 16 Halve, do. A LL nr.!iU>r*. !legatees and rx>r,OB ect.tlcil U.TIL
.7Wn-Li. :>s 1, 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. and fi, of range 19. PEXSACOLK.Class same with the Judge of Probate of said. county no Livery Stablesj do. *v do. 18 Quarter, da.. . mfiatntuticnofctadfn tbe EJa'te
T. .vnsbip 1, 2. 5, 0. 7. cod 8. of range 20. do. ell 16 Eighth*. do.... .... .. of C. Oodbo'd
when
there
24th
next
'! unship 1, 2!, t, 5. and 6. of range 21. No. 1. Bricks ; class No 2 Granite; class No I or before the day January in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Grocer, I late of Leon enmity deswued; art hereby notjf.ed &aa
'JiTeu cmler Land. at the of 3 Yellow-pine timber; class No-4 Ytllo\\.pine lurn wilt be a pro rata distribution of tbe funds belongingto where he is prepared tn do all rind of work ia his The Manager base been compelled from the present tiie'rrcb.'tnia and demands tot**"uxfcrsiffwiipre a

'J4 let day cf J toy Jh', city Washington, her ; class Nr 6 Hardwood timber and lumber ; class I raid Estate. amongst the creditors thereof at lice, at tbe shortest notice and ou Ihe most rneroo comjJaioU( ocad to them o! .u r. I adreuhdststos' duly :'.cat4ld. wjthi& tb.itl4aae
HsS.JOSEPH and lumber which time the said B. W. Edwards will apply fur tbe "f tlove who have been atteudin I
S. WILSON. No 6 Vhite-pinejuniper cedar ey press t REASONABLE TERMS on part to eribej by law. er ibis notice v2i be plttd'ia bar
o7u1 2J, IS:S. :: and timber; class No 7 Lime; class No & Cement ; I his final discharge from the administration i>f said filling cf pr>!er to resale the correspooJerjoe of tJwir reeovrrj; and all pfotvt jAde bt.]' to sail
I
) w class No 9 Clay and nand; claw No 10 Slate ; class Estate. THOMAS J. CHACE such ft carriage painting sod Inmrning; rca&ing new n rw and hi their ovn name. Estate are requested tn rrwW I"'nsodiste 'pra at

: OiirnnING.UND.ERSIGNED No 11 Iron, iron nails and spikes ; class.No 12 Steel ; e Judge of Probate. bungles and wagooe. and all kinds of repairin tr Order Tkk U from tbe Manager 001,. to ,J A WES T. AHCKEH* ,,'

class No 14 Files ; class No 16 Paint oil ADd glass ; July 17, 1858. gfl-Sm'_ The nndersfjn In prepared "to do this kind cf Address all kttteu to K. FRANCE ACBaltimore. /. Jl1ly S. 18S1.2'1.w . v .- tiA .

rpHE IS NOW class No 16 Ship chandlery; class No 16} Sperm t work a, well and ia the latest style u It eai be ,

-.- PREPARED WITH oil; class No 17 Hardware ; class No Stationcrv. ; i Notice. done at the North. Marcb6.l81S. 10-ly 'Kotice.A S

'OOLs AliD MATERIALS class No 19 Firewood; class No 20 Hay ; claw Na : 4 LL persons having demands against tbe Estate All those \rb. have this kind of work tc do, andwish LL persons bsvipg demand arttnt fi.**-fat.

ATI1TA :21 Prmnder; class No 23 Charcoal; class No 23 I 2cf Sainu.! Gale late of Jefferson county, deceased it done in a manner that*will not fail to jive HoticeIS (f Donald J. Auld late of Leon maty. d.-

FOR 1.l0 K BINDING Bel tin/, pack i og. hose ..; class No 25 Iron cna- I I are hereby notified to present them to the satii faction, wcrld do well to call onWM. hereby giv'a. that the *ob criber, Vtidoir ceased *oJ all creditor*.kfftUo* &ai ,B'JOCJ ati-

i tl! Tta branches, and *olictt* the patronage of the tutg1l ; claw No 26 Auger. I undersigned duly authenticated within the ttae prescribed KUHN3. get Series. late cf Jefferson county ( tied to duuribctina ia fid Stifle, *r* ficreb/ .-

fsens ofTallahanee! and enrrounding country. Bi The schedule will statethe. times within which articles by law,or this notice will he plead in bar ef July 10, 1888. 28 wilC aix week after date hereof:apply to the fled to present thimii shuns and dtnapd* to I tk 418-

ib** d i\ ISh! briclc; office formerly occupied by Dr. will be required t8 be delivered ; and where their recovery; and all persona indebted tc said Estate Judge of Probate of said county' by petition der fjried adoDibutratriz without J..ta 1. *a4tiatIIII

C.* : FTi'1 '.o EpUcopaJ Churchl' Be U a the printed schedule is not uaed. the periods stated are hereby notified to mace immediate'ral' Congress Water.A dowsrjms tbe Estate of m y deceaMd bubaod, I ,au>' will U barred at tl> 'expimtM-o otu4,i_.. _
tiul that be do work pre- in it fur deliveries must 1 copied in the bi-V Al: ment to the uodersurned.B.1V. ding to lav. from tins date, rnl liiurierKodJWl* sure can a* ,
w.U and ma
t p CHARLES FINDEISEK. .delivered at such place or place*, including drayage Administrator. iz. cffioe.. w AMES A LIVELY I I Admrx. ofIsger Salve A JiafnJtritpr. vttfrt&. *jfwljhWjM*

h1y11; *. : -.Iy [ t#" Sen'<.. 'aM csst'g5 tit tbti PI! "'"lltT" w*.l l wjtbb the navy. JaIJ'1'li88 8 pt.l9, lSb'f..Lt" IS I I Ju1l1"1.III. 21.i -'" : JnIyl.I5.. _' .. ": '**.'_r **1 6 -.


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J' receiving in a and "AND
IEDIINLS.I .
I, .f M =t 'T"IIE Proprietor would infl ARE supply veeel )rt including IRON WABT, WHOLESALE RETAIL I Jf[
Tiro.Liis per anuuiu.. i i:1 a&et. ..r.I 1jS" .1 fonn bis friends and the JyQTN GROCERIE 1:1
jJJtWj I Perfumery Dyestufff, SurgV. Instruments.
: Ceia.. Sugar .to. Wiaea. DEALER PLaIN FANCY JAPA EO
1 !
.MH oV AVV nT il'fJ. ll i' f public, that he has rebuilt bit_H_ _A_ I Also Oils, Ld, < .. Pae an f' ) i Spices.'Snaff. Windows Glass. Pain'tn
WARE. .
I & CHATTAIiOOCIIEC, large Brick Stables, at the old stand and is DOW 08*, Variates Putty Manufactured Tobccco'fed
c''q'. -J lNror lees.fir.t insertion, f1 00 I prepare to accemiiJodate Lie friends and customers I -ALSO- Stove Hcad-<2nartcrr Glass Ware r.fu n1ctfK-mt.. '"?

.+ .li sv'u.u<.iit *' CO U. @. .Mail Line : He also has attached to his Stables,a good Blacksmith A large and complete stock cf Ladies. Gentlemen's 1 A SPLENDIT* aMortmrat Cookirig. Parlor Has Soaps WM Tooth Pure Wires end ] wMIr;

*j'* -a!_il Jir-a--As Car inserted at 510 pt-r I SLop. where he will have Lave done all kind'of I and Children's Shoes, Boots and Bootees. Also a saIrt land Wotvi Stoves, trimmed with neatoesa" a&dllairBrcsbes, fc, Ye idn.l.rll ,- .

&oixil-W oo3ac.ly ; I Piantat..n work Horse shoeing,nod Carriage work in I stock of Dry (TOO*!*, comprising in part, Lady's and durability,at reduced Palftt Brnsfies 'Tftitj At<. '

.i' ciDi iTx>t m rkd with the number of Leaves Million Tuesday's and at 10 I the.very best manner and with .promptness and dispatcb. Press Goo? Print. Linens, plain and drilled, prices.'orli. Garden B eJa. Tine lltmr Scgir!.
M rHI: i I* otiaul until f>M>;J. and charged Friday's I Brown Del'llsti{ Osn burgs, Yarns, Out Door They have.r.etly reeeived a J .r-IH "f. o'clock a. CT. November S. 1853. 44
:?1 C;'r,13cat s of publication .r 1 legal or estate Leave Cfiattahoochce Tuesday's and Satur and Harness 'A small but good assortment of Hat,Caps,Cloth. and Tin Conducting Pipes. Sheet Lead Sheet PUnters MId Physicians till nl-lt'1 alw] ,.;t find UeVnrgisU. ;

.. <.e. v .: r .t t te gi\ .: until the ad r.r Using fee is day's offer the arriral ofthr Steamer from Carriages, DuggicG, i io?. Shirts, (Collar*, Neck Ties, Ac, :. ; togetherwith Zinc, Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work at tbt* .iaWi.bn>eot a full supply rf evcrvtLiiV, oc

I Apalacklcola and the Stage from Tattahastte. 'For'Salc by P. B. Brokaw : I general assortment utah 11 other article usually I of every variety done at short notice. ded, and on the most liberal tern s bOrders

a-z- ; Fia., and BainlriJge, Ga., < V .rI HE Subscriber has just received ,'anleJ City aud Country merchants from the Contitry pron>-pl fiH d :1DJ".14,(.
II large supply of Carriages, ; j I lion guaranteed, with regard botU"pric<. and
LACKSMITHING! I very -SUCH AS- qnmj
I call befoie
IX GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! Buggies, and Harness which he offers ,' Are respectfully invite to give me : pr.rchasing t.. PbyieiaDs prescription IrtfulJ'cmpouD.
'I
o j: rpniS LINE is now in firnt-rate order. Tbe woole for sale on the most reasonable terms. I Iron Hoes, Spade, Shovels, Plows, Straw Cutters I. Also.Eprm '. sompeend Fluid Kjtraet of Buch
manufurtued from the
"VfOTICE is hereby given that |I I has been renewed with new and eornfor- November 18, 1854. 46 I Corn Sheller, Shelf H&d1are Crockery and J3f N. B. All artie ee very Jan 6. lt)5Us)
: able I material nnd warranted durable. No other arts
Hacks. The
Drivers
careful cuter best
I are and aocommodating.
.Li -- -
the BrirKsurranto } -
Bpsi-fi j Also-Flour, Pork, Bacon Sugar -
Hftas: will be continued as hereto \ g) I. A liberal allowance of bttggige al. MILES NASH &. CO. I 'uritct8., Molasses Lard Corn. Salt, and lewill be of red for sale. di.hr; Gil. -

I"re" the OLD STAND of I). 0. Witsox in the I lowed to each passenger. Dealers in Drugs Medicines &c. : Liquors always on band, and re- October SO. 1855. 42 .,
j ---- ---- THRESH A PURE cf Iltfk?britu J prtu.:V II
and firm of
name, style each arrival from
I GENTS : received from New Yeik per bat k R.II.Gam- plt'niaht by Wines, Syrups, &c. JL gii-an Clark & Cv., L 2csLt'n.V.

H. B. Fitts & Co. j At Milton, JAS. A. CHArris, JUST a general sortment of articles in our line, j tbe wants ,of to their meet Sparkling Cider, For sale by AIS Ll'V I. ,

Grateful fit the heretofore extended them Geneva. Ala W. D. MoxaoE, such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning Fluid, |" CUSTOMERS, .OLD OlrdBraDdy., Old Port Juice, April 5.1 bid. 14 ._
patronage _
J. W. While Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of i -
Campbelton SMITH, Cberiio
better and determine to I Madeira Brandy .
they are bOW prepared j AD FOI SALE AT FilCEJ.
i lIariann.V.. NICHOLS, best quality. Putty. Brushes, Potahh Soda Sparkling ,4& Sardines Notice.date .
SPIRE TO PUSS !, Gelatine,London French best 'I Newport, April 24-, 1858. 1 I Sblr. ,
Cbattahoochec, D. COLS"X. Mustard Brandy(very ,) Sparkling Gelatine Preserved Quinces, I
I cix after I shall
on (their pnrt to accommodcts all who mar favor \ Passengers cnn be taken through with certainty, for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper Lemon Syrup, j I -- I Flavoring Pears t.:. and vouchers the present my final aacoiint

theel with tWir patronage : secui'ty, and with comfort. I Inks,Quinine, Perurian BtJ k. Fluid Extract Buchu, ,'I Piano Fortes. I Yeast Extrael., Tamarinds, p for Jefferson to administratrix lIuD. Jut'g! ,Probate .

OEO. D. FISHER, Prop'r. cud Con'r. ctc. tcn and a general assortment of Popular Patent !! UTE are prepared to furnish Piano I, Olivea, county as fth Estate
I Spices of
Spanish AVjndtiara lata
such AS Benjamin of said
June 12, 1858. :{-tf I' Medicines. We keep none but the very best and i:: V Fortes, of the very beet quality CornStarch. Pitklea. county deceased
J ask for
'I' from
r! in a discharge said administration.months .
Horse and Repairing hope to merit your patronage. terms.
Shoeing. Ironing Ibm1 Worcestershire Lauae: Salad Oil, JANE

O Carriages and Bug ff\ To the Traveling Public. Match 29, 1856 MILES 18 NASH, A CO. I They arc none ia any country either a English Mustard Cap. rs, rt'b.6. 185$. W'ISDllA1f.ti-6m .dmt'z.
I to quality or price.
Claret Cocoa, -- --
gies Plantation vx rk of J -- - -
Instrument will be warranted.
Every AMES Jk LIVELY.
; description, WAKULLA WORKS 'I Notice.SIX .
I
every Nc'VV t LLIl2IL'1EL MILE.ASH J CO. Jacuaiy, 'I3C6.
.' Mil !roIU and repairing same, IroningVa\ }'ebrnsry23,1S6. Months after date. I shall
Nc'VV :Ecrt 1'1.This ----- --- -- -- --- present inr ficaj
: ifntl Carts, I *and vouchers to the 1/oooribU'JuJr
Ion - -- Sale *
and Stable.
nrl iN rAt t. every other dieciiption of work made ofVcu : Establishment t is Now Under Fall Blast. 78,000 Havana Segars, Liver of Probate of Jefferson count; at administrator >fthees

sad Sl..U all of which we WARRANT, aud pled -eotraelvei j -- --- --- I undersigned gives ueJL ate of A'fred' W. Rarw. late cf raid 'count'V,
the following favorite brands, \ in Store that he has deceased, and aik for disbar CrtJur .
t 3 execute at the rlrrtest notice. OF lice purchased a ?* salf "Jtnii
LINE of STAGES I the death ofMr.Pnd Mr. GES. ;. KING !
will I
lua and for rale by AMES LIVELY.
II. B. FITTS & CO. ATRI-WEEKLY SINCE & tbe Livery Stable ofW istrafion. ALFRbD KAYSOR. AJmfr
; be S., A. & 0. R. R, IcavK charge; all communications therefore 4600 Young America, March
illiam H. tbe 4, 18100fCJ
Feb. iT. 1S59. -Jy S Station No. 7, Mondays, Wednesdays, aud Fn- ', relative to work, &'-, should be addressed to him. 3000 Ho Napier, ewom. inTallahasseetogetherwihh -- .
I dill!!! of the establishment and that be is -- -
- ---- ----------- good now -- -
days, on arrival of the Curs fiom Savannah; eonnect- All work coming under the head of this bueiaea 6000 El Mnudae Neva Londres
I to the business its l.rambe
tog at Waresboro with the Hinge from Biunskk ; will be rrc-tnptly, mechanically and neatly executed 8000 Empress Eugenia and prepared carry the on with in all accommodation, Notice.SIX .

phSfingthrough Magnolia, Milltown and Trouprille, at as ,,modfralt charge as price of labor, .tc., will COOO La hli-tag, promises public good
I Ir in hid line on reasonable terms. mouths after date
I shell
I <*ent Lou
and arrives in Thomasville pr my
j on Tuesday, Thursday justify. '4000 OM Figaro, RICHARD SAUNDF.RS.Sep. : and vouchers to the Hon. Jutf
and Saturday evening Leaves Thomasville Mondnjs. Tins Eotablishttcnt is not for the ef Pro-
'f kept up purposeof r 2000 Mori Mura Jefferson
.
3d Late
adrainutrater
l ; Wednesdays nud Fridays, pawing through the I making money, (strange to'tay,) M dear boughteiptric ',, 10000 La FavoHrita., 6,1856 __ _____ ____ __ no,," of the Estate cluntl..>f Join ss I. LotIon late tf LOOM cull
above named places on return ont', and connecting ncc has demonetr.itcd to me, it ranno't be clone' 6000 And des lUrta, '! .
I I i FULTON FOUNDRY I ITa11nhnssoo county, deceased, and ask fir a discharge i (rue a..Madininistratkn
with
(he Brunswick & Florida Railroad, and Savan in this region at this branch of business-but for the 10000 Li Fontica ,
OEO. W.
I/ nub Alba)' ,t Gulf Railroad, by stage, at Wars. bt-ntfit of tbe unfortunate who happen to have En- 7000 El De Orion '". F Admt'r.BLACKBURN de ,

I, b".o. on Tuesdays, 'l' urJnJs an-i Saturdays ; arrives ginn, nod such like, to repair. 12000 Regalia Londre !: I April 10, 11G8. 15-6m Louis LOIK
in Savanimh ) UNDERSIGNED be leave to inform the
an. Brunswick same ?
eTcnmg.Thieugh The PalUritt Stofl, Jfacluutry, Tool, de., leiuy COOO rieceion. -- .
i faie, fioai Thomasville to Savannah Ml .L public that they have associated themselresin --- -
X. Large in Order, and Good CvnJ. ion- Oct. 17, 1857. 42 ,
1, HILL A CO, Proprietor I Jubt can it Turned Out v.itkXcatntft -- business, Under the naive nn,1 style of Notice.IX .

,. -. .1\\\ "it" '1.".;,:J.'. O. W. Xiaairi. Agent.Trc I i and Dinpatrh.Shafling -- -- DENTISTRY.I ; Cardy, Ilaya I: Co., month after dite I thai rr **nt my tIDal
: pville, bIllY 8, I IS68. 19-Sm .
___ -- Pullio. Plumber Boxes, Jlar ings for I Ihaftin for Che of following the trade Found,r antI L. acccnnt anti l vcncLer to the Hon. Judge of Pro
- purpose
N" Evv q. j :". Spur Gearing Wuter and Siara Pipe, T. J. CUR LEE, :: are ptepared to execute nil km.!. ,>J late fvr Jrfiirson county. aa administrator with the
Ames ;
; & Livelv, : St.-p C-cks. Gauge Cocks, Grate Ears Flor Castiifs, I ""\TILL continue io future, the \rk Ipp rb.ning to this business. Steam Eng-ncs Will annexed of the Estate Jeffmon B. EHJ. late

T" |"AV:jcit reocived the following. large ami well I I Spririg1 & Summer Goods I Srgar Rollers Circular and Upright Saw Hill and I tice of DENTISTRY, iu South piact furnished l: wanauted to give satisfaction. of said county deceased, and! ask ft'r a discharge fruni

jkJL elected assoitmect of BIIUSI1E3, wl.iih are I .. Gil"t Geajing.'Circularand: antI Upright Saws
i :I.rcd for sale on as reasonable tviins as can be aft .io" tc. Oencrallj kept on Hand or got np on Short lie has had years Forida in UK ueatnt'S and dijpl1lch Plans and I estimates: futtilsiedofall JAMES S. TTALKER

J>ded ii any Southern Market rii: I WE HA71 DECEIVED CtB HOCK or I Notice. la Feet, Here ir the Plae for all that Want I, profession the eeerl last three of whreb I.. been in those I I kinds Machinery and Engineering. Theyare Avlu.fr. wilL the Will annciJ.ilnrch .

'Tarn; Biushee, frowid from 0 to 000000 : SPRING AND SvJl. JER GOODS .' I Work in this Line Done up Right arid will Dispatch. I sections country. Hi* woik is .f the mot beautiful also tola agents for Hoard A Sons Steam Enginesfor I 13, 2S3. ll- m.
do do do Cepperbouad from No. 1 to C. t Having some ball a dozen Engines mllle1fCOII and durable earactcrlDd satisfaction i is guaranteed Ginning Cotton. Grinding auJ Sawing, and Hai --- -- ------ -- -

Vi bite Wash Brushes, of all grades and sizes, I Per SamptoH, from New York : ly. Qoing, cau,ed the Establishment to be t"t'l in every instance. ri-tone Grit Mills fur Stt'11 ethos-ce powrr. Notice.SIX .

"Wiorfow! da Uor.is do I --0- II the eaine' cause must keep it up. Therefore, you I All communications ant to Monthcello Fla, will JOSEPH CAHDY.
& .." do in pairs and with top V,. I LADIES DRESS GOODS, always rely on lining work done at the : receive attention as soon pievioua I: "WILLIAM BAYA, months after iat., 1 shall prc it toy toa\\
and
cngageueuU
flea Root Hatli B\P !toP, HATS IROX STORES. a JOHN CARDY. voucher t<> the Ion Judge of Probate
will
$ CAPS 1TAKULLA: permit.
f-fj I Jfffcrton ,
I ; wuntY.llllt'mioi 'tratrix cf tbe ea
ao do 'Yclnt do I ,, May 30, 57. !2-ly
,
-" _._ .
BOOTS AND | tate of laDC B. late
Ilorsa Hair Fltfli do curved and plain j SHOES! I -- :* SteTrwt.l of an id county, da-

I'ootli Hair and Vail! Brushes, in great varietyitaut's j ilI'RD'r.ARE AXD CROCKERY I But Here ComesiJieXextlniporlant : REFERENCES : JE l'N iISUANCE I ceased rend a.k fur a discharge from aid ndmioia'
traticn.
EL'IEi1
do do SUMMER CLOTHING I PAY PAY PAY !! !hi/lg'l Goy. M. S. PUtT, Florida. CONPANY March 20, 1SC9. 12 Gm TART. Adatr'a.
dorse do Fled. Gloves
.
'Ft'.3tnUon Goods KON. J. L. SEWAID, J t -- -- .
Groceries te ---- -- -- -
":Ire bund Stencil Brushes.da Matting which weTill'seU'on'the I You will send to New York Philadelphia Uox. P. E. LOVE, J Thomasville. Ga. -
do marking doT n.ost reasonable terms. timbre, and have work done, without fur ft. moment I Notice.SIX .

I\ bound Roof do 0z:7" Give us a CALL. .lf dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are I 10: w'r W. S. DILWORTU, [ Monticello, Fla. --
ItE. hAMiLTON, J in Pfrpelrsal. mouths after date, I shall prvsent ni? CnJ
Handle Scrtb do : I HODGKISS. SCOTT .t POOLE.April no Banks or Banking facilities,or surplus capital, you I lloa.J. C. ClI" t incorporated lS19.-lhutr and Touchers as administrator of'thl u-

Toonah and Lackering do I 15, 1818. 19-tf want I, 2, 3. 4 and 5 years credit, and then require I COL Pore, ) Madison, Fla. CASH CAPI'I'AL-iI OOOOCO. : late of D.in n P-ootn-rigLC drccascd, to the HOlt
Oiilden aud Graining Combs, one to ride from 50 to 500 miles fur pay, and probably D I
tips Fla Jud
GEX. WHIT SMITH. Alligator: "e of Prob te of Leon coir.tr. and a>k f isa ditLmge. -
.m rl Hair and PiJgers Bl.nd,ra, I ultimately expend from 10 to 25 per cent of 25, 67. : 17JustReceived IXSCKE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BT FIRE .J.lt BOOT\YRIGHT, Adwt'r.

do do Pencils, NEW COODS. amount in collecting I Is this right Is this encour- -rri. __ ___ ____ ___ I. OS TERMS. ADAPTED HAZARD, March 20. ISiS 1 -Cm

Summing Brmue*-Badger. Buffalo and BrUH, i aging Home Industry ? If so, can yon be surprised AND COSIQTET WITH TiE TIn. --- -----,-
'\i do that it does not thrive I LWg
f .f ttb'er with a large lot of Pahils and Painters Marials. JOHN PBATOMOUS. Arrangements must be made for payment before I OF COMPENSATION! Notice to Debtors.

MERCHANT TAILOR, delivery of work through some House in this place, Per Francis Secor, from NCI D. C. LrWIS! Agent. ,' t LL rf'J"foOI1I1 indebted to the late finn ,.TOWLK

N. U. 185'7. 47 St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough (ruin I For "ala! U and,vlunty. \. A. MYERS
T. Dealcriln! >( Kcady Wade Clothing and BOXES English Dairy Cheese, I J are requested to come -rward so I
home. J 1t h: Smoke-l August 15. TS.S7. 3 'ttl!>. Jfr. R. B. Oor.njN is duly artbitzc] to settle .
l\rriugs ---- --
United States Mail Line : Gen'tlraca's rnrnistinjr! Goods. You may ba good but we cannot run after our 10 Kegs Gojhen Buter, Q all I\CCo"":' S. \T. MYKKS

-."- ._... -- hard earnings in this: Department. De idtl, when Bbls. Dried Apples, UlII1JE i '': ..'?e, Ft 20, IfiS. f-tf
-1'0:11- Labor is credited out, parties try hard to make them- l
-
1 Jib! Beans. I received S: '] Quinine
I am now receiving Fail and Winter aches believe it is not half done because they fUST
1TEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST my sup owefor sale R. II. BERRY. ,
For by t_) 1'UIT lil'JlUil, together with a great vi jety Notice.
A1.Jfl2IEDIATE If D ply of Cloths, .'assinttiresVesling.c, &'c.O it. April 17, 18CS. ISTolheLadTes of pure Chemicals AMES A LIVELY.
? DANIEL LADD. O IX Jl.-iith after date. I shall to t: II.. .
----- I 1857 32TheOriginalExtra preecut I a
PORTS
FRORIDA Every Color Style and Quality New Forltly 11, 1857. 28 i August 8. I O Jud/e of Probate, in and 1 fUr ,the eosprj o/ld-
--- ------ ------
__ ._
,. _, _
'O.NLCTrO: WITH THE I II l /; ) -' J .ruCrs, a* IIcflluu"uaw r
STEAMER ISABEL which I am prepared to make up itt the most GARDEN SEEDS [ItS. E. DAVIS returns her thanks to the i Quality :1 of tbe Estate of Richard Harmon drceaeJ and

fashionable style short notice l' i Jjidle of Tallahassee and the surroanding: shall then appljr for a final di charre! from taij "..1miui.tratjou.
on I CORN STARCH. I
pea iiAVAVA AXV CHABLtllON AT I-CT VLSI.a. GROWTH OF 1857. country for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed I 1. 1L HARRISON. Admt'z.

.. I. AND REASONABLE TERMS I weuld call the attention of our friends and I Ii and begs leave to inform them that she has expressly for Puddings 8. Ice Cream, May 8, 1853. 19-6m
-ALSO- "TE pREPARED Custards. Pie". Porrujeti, ---- ----- -- --. -
rilE SOUThERN i public generally, to our present Large and : now on band a large and well selected aswitment of Mange :

i A LAUGEANDWVtLSELtCTtDSTOCK OF well selected Assortment of : FANVY GOODS. for the spring, which she ,'i sell II Ac. Received fresh: by AIE& LIVELY. | Notice.
tin most reasonable! terms. 1. 18&7. 42
.. eamshipCompany I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.Our upon .Oet
READY-MADE -- months after date, I shall prcttot mjr final
OF KEW ORLEAl\i CLOTHING, Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate' and _ApriIO.1858._ __ 15____ i Florida eports---: SIX nt and vouchers lit the Honorable Judge of

Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, consequently will flourish the better in a wanner one, Notice. Probate, for JefTertou. county aa administrator ext
HAYING Uken the mail oootraet for above ports, II such as Cloaks. Talmas. Coats,Vests, Pants, tr. tc, su as ours. [27" Call early or send your orders, Co-Partnership /"COMPLETE in 6 VOJUII. >ili<*it> of the Estate TCatbaoial Fulfom./ .!M'CIIo.t?,
two first class Sea Steamers regularly which will be disposed of at low prices. that you may secure the varieties you desire. fpHE formed a copall. 1 \J 1 DO ALL A 10BBY. and ask for a iitchirge front adrn'mstrntiuu.vu.

*rca a tii'inth meeting in the Spanish Hole on tha11t'i Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts. Collars AMES t LIVELY. JL ncrship under the name and style of Sept. 5,_1SS7._ __ ISBlacksmith______ 1 WM. II. AMKEV'S, late SherilT and

and 29th, and 1 eating the same evening. Undershirts Cravat, St ocke, Hosiery, THE STEAMER SPRA Y" I Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their I 11:3rer c: Gc rnn and i 1. 1858. 18-6n

own interests by giving me call, all the i the business in all its branches at "
and Markstirm.uus a as abaTe ar Florida Railroad. and wi continue Home SJioeing J ttalli ffue>tt. l ) --- --
Port in the St.
New morning
wiLL; ieara ,
tides have been selected with great care, aad with a the Stand Towle & Myers, where they intend Notice.SIX
the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, I SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the 'I II .
on truE
Ipet'iahiew to their adaptation to this market. full assortment of all articles appertaining
caking mail, passengers, bsggage and freight to and I October 18, 1856. Iy-42 lm !'ll I to keeping their branch a ot buine6 and hope by constant attention I JL citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity that HENRY : months After date I shall present my filial ae
Icon the Rteauer and retaining in season for the aft I HICKS will carry on the ,: and the HOD.
vouchers Ps-oh-ste
to
----- a meeting of the Board of Directors of the to mci it the patronage heretofore extended cut Judge

.n. on train. AT Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernandiun to the late firm. BUSINESS for Jefferson coantr. as administrator of iL i Estate
TL travelling public can now red u .reJ that this AB. CLARKE on the 7th day of November A. D.. 1857, the fol. SELIM W. MYERS.- BL.ICSJITI I II cf John li. Blackledte, late of aid court,. deceasedand
li g derirtd and frequently attempted cominunicatior. lowing resolution was adopted: R. B. GORMAN. in all its various branches, and is prf'pare to Execute j a-k for a discharge from caid aJmi.II.lrftti"n.TllOJ.O.ODEn .

.to an
to own rllut permanency and success. I Goods, suitable forJ' advanced to a condition which brings it iuto useful -----.-- will be warranted to be equal to any other May 1S5S. 20OnNOTICE.
Passengers hiring slave servants must 'M to Blacksmith here or elsewhere and will guarantee i isati I
i connexion with the business of the interior and Health Bitters. ----- -
taring U.enlat tbe Custom Htmee, before goiugn I J JW1I the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to faction in every JOB.

board.J3JT. consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cawi the end beinsj rewnably demonstrated the Company I fT'O those suffering from Dyspepsia, Debility en- HORSE SHOEING Repairing and Irctpg I .

: Also look tttr your Baggage yoirrself. mtreilUld Wstings of all colors, and of the beat qual I i which baa thus far conducted tbe enterprise eousider I 1_ febled health or deranged state of the Stomach, O I all Vehicle plantation work, and all other TO ALL WHOM it may COWER
For further partieulnr, Apply to I ity, which he is prepared to manufacture to order on Ac. these Bitters are recommended by the t his business
that a point has been reached where they I brncbeapprtliun "
may hope &
i will bi.
OTICE is that
DANIEL LADD, Ag.nt.tfew the mist reasonable terms and in the most to be met by the confidence and co-operation of the Faculty, as a certain cure. For sale by prompt atten I .> made to the hereby given General application of the
tion. R. II. BERRY ensuing Assembly
Port. Fla. July 11. 1857.SCHEDULE 28 FASHIONABLE BUTLER A DENHAM.
MANNER planters and men hauls of the interior:
I Feb.13I858. Agent State of Florida, to change the nana of East flcnfa -
--- ---- Retohed, That tb* Secretary be directed Nov. 14. 1857. 46
Together with a general assortment of Therefore ( FtMtitary la Andrttc Colltf1t, tail alro a change
OP TRAINS to invite subscriptions to the Stock of the Company -- --- -- --- -- I
READY..MADE CLOTHING Plows. ofis chatter to confurm in all rripect to that of a
O JI TilE I upon the same terms as heretofore, nnd to take Montvale Springs, COLLEGE. Signed io behalf the Board of Tens
j that will compare favorably -ith any stock of Clothi such steps as may afio-d the most convenient oppor. FINE LOT, various sizes, tees. JOhN C. LEY, President.
FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. i ing ever exhibited for sale in this city, consisting of tunity to the inhabitants of the several interested EAST TENNESSEE, 1858. A for sale by II May 22, 1858. 21
j Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats Counties to take Stock. A CO.i '

i, Fancy Cassimcre and DnerFrock at.d Business A true copy from the minutes. ----- 1fNAUGII'RMOND. -
: Coat, GEO. W. CALL, See'y. I the South will have ao detention ----- Notice.AIL .
I Black and colored Cloth, Beaver and Pilot Over- VISITOR The Trains now connect promptlyat claims demands aiost
-A LARGE lot just re persona having or a;
LEAVES FERNANDINA DAILY, !, Sack Surto'its, In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice is that point, reaching Knbxville nine hours sooner CIG.t ns I d byMcDOUGALL Estate of Andrew Miller late of Leon coon
Raglai/s Black and Fancy Doeskin and Ciusimere that tlio books of the than last summer. By made with the l cel deceased notified to them to
SUXDA( YS EXCEPTED) hereby given Company are permanent arangemeDt J IOIB ty are hereby present
}'antll, ay open at Fernnndina where subscriptions stage lines, i itt will reahbe Sprgs from Knoxville March: 21. 'n 12 the unJervgned: Executor of the last Will and testament -
arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa- Best Grenadine, Barathea Satin and Cloth Vests, may be made either in person or by letter tbe ((24 miles,) four hours last season of said Andrew Miller, within the time prescribed

O5 ranoah conn<>ctinj; at Callahan with Stage for Fancy Velvet, Cas imere, Silk and Cashmere do, amount of the present assesfinennt being 17.00 on thus saving fourteen hours I There ia also 1 good line New of Florida by law or this notic. will be plead ia bar

Traier's Jlill and C<'ntr vil! ., Ga. ; at Baldwin with White Silk do, each share c-f 11CO.OO. This company is the owner of tlge from LouJan to the Spring Maps I thereof. GEORGE WILSON Ext'r.

5tve fjr Tallahassee.; at Tiail Brid r" with SIege Gents'Sha l', Dressing Robes Fine Shirts Silk, town sites of Fernandiaa and Cedar Key. and also Besides the usual accessories to be bad PUBLISHED BY June 5, 185S. 238vrNotice.

for Middleburp; and at SUnke with Stages fir NewcTDe Col ton an<] Merino Under shirts, 750 000 acres of laud, property which had been appraIsed in mountain air and scenery, the undersigned can I ,

Gaiusrillt, Micanopy, Flemiujton, and I Canto Hauoel. and Jeans Diawers. at over U.ooo.OOO. and it is believed that a more and more confidently recommend these waters C DB.EW. Jacksonville, Florida, I

,"-Ma. -ALS'O-- further assessment of from $8.00 to 110.00 per share in tbe cure of diseases prevalent at the South ; especially LARGE and complete with Railroads and Town- I. .

LEAVE Starko t'liiJ,.(Sundays excewked) .n arnvftlolStpges will be eoffioitnt to finish the road. diseases originated in disorder of the Liver, Fur sale by l hereby given that air ro anti conneetinr at Fernandina ith 'I A general assortment of Farwy and Dlack Silk and G EO. W. CALL Sec'y.Jat.9 and which indeed comprise a large majority of case McDOUGAL & HOBBY. NOTICE application will l he made by the ,1Iblatri-
Savannah and Charleston Satin Stocks, Tics and Cravat'. Collars colored and I. shattered by disease, or Feb. 4. 1858. I Leon
tearnszs f' r oa Mocu'Ky 1858. 2-tf For building up systems IWhiteLead. br to the Hon. Judge of Probate f ewmty
aud white Kid and Silk Gloves, Buck and Lisle Thread of t lil. this summer U and admuua-
Tuesy, Wedn tJay Friday. wurn down by excess care or resort fur a final discharge aa administrator
A. II. COL, Sop't. do, Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen, Cambric and i Notice.ALL is invaluable. i tratrix of the Estate of John Tatom.deeeaMd.

yl. 1S8. 18 Si.k Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton, Lisle Possessing great natural advantages, the proprietors JOHN R. LLOYD. AdmtV.
Thread and Marino $ Hose, Ae, :. CALL AND fail winter tIRE Extra and No. 1, ground in Pure Linseed Adost's.May .
the Estate
---- >ersons having demands against last year began, and through tbe past P PHOEBE IL LLOYD
I
;;jooooo Gash BUY. |John B. Scot, deceased Me of Jefferson I and sprine. have continued a series of improve Oil,just reeeived, and for ale byAMES LIVELY.. I I I, 29, 185 22-6m

October 18, 1856. 42 I county, are notified to present them to the undersigned ments rod which they believe will _
3,000 Ealcs'Cotton'! authenticated within the time prescribed make it the emblsbments watering place in the Aprils, 1858. 1 j -
[ OOO Leon Bonds! 'I' duly atr ctn _ n Notice.
County I NEW BOOKS. by Jaw, or this notice will be plead in bar of their South.

t )lIE UNDERSIGNED makes the following pr- I JUST RECEIVED recovery ; and all persons indebted to said Estate are Mr. S. LANIER(formerly of Lanier House Ma- Bug Fluid SIX month after date shall present my final DCunt '

, i positions to b.s:: ftsrl I aid customers vie: aw hereby notified to make immediate payment to tbe con, Ga.) in person the improvements F A. LITYju reeeived and and vouchers to the I ots. Judge of Probate

Firit-lie will receive Cash in paymert for all I I NEW HOOKS & NOVELS- undersigned. B. W. EDWARDS. Sh'fL and together with the Farms and Gardens attl He O for sale by AMES & LIVELY. Jefferson county aa administrator exfficiof
anivUnti due hint en cote, bonds or open accounts Administrator ei officio renews the tender of Li. services to hi 1857. 6 tb. Eatate of ElisbaW lade.late of aaid crmoty.deceased

'ocJI-lo! the absentia ef CVtA be will receive DORE-A Stroller in Europe; Monticello, June 12th, 1858. 24-Sw and the public and assures them that it is his nn- January_ -- and ask for a discharge from said adruibtstra'
Cotton iu payncit IL r all bonds, notes or open ae.i EL GRINGO-Travels iu Mexico ; aim to promote their comfort and happinessas tion. "WM. ANDREWS, Ute sheriff..ndadmiD.tratcr
DR. KANE'S Arctio Expedition ; ceasing Laws of Florida. : ex tCcio.Jin .
conata e.t its highest market Notice.
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.;'i ; -In the abeeiic 0 rrice..Thrdll and Cotton he MEMOIR of S.S. Prentis, Speeches te.; gut a MontnJe.WAI.LANIER &CO. i to 1*5' McDOUGALL HOBBY. e 6.I858.* 2- m __ _
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TIll DAYS of 4 _
life-A novel the BOUND _
by first of this
my months after the
publication oo- -
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Leon : ---- ---
.1 rill-receive te the amount of ( ,OOO County SIX June 19,1858. 51t 5,1857. 3S .
Bonds kt their market value in payment of Bonds, author of Margaret and Zaidee ; ,the undersigned administrator of the Estate Notice.SIX .

notec and accounts. ISABEl-A novel; of Henry B. Bradford deceased, will present hI. final Notice. Pure Zinc White
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11. would iaform Lis fiienJs aad ens tamers that ARTISTS WIFE-A novel ; account and apply to the Judge of Probate of Leon months after date, I shall prefect my final.

I bi. paymoatelor the month February and March VASCONSELOS new non county for a discharge from his administration of said months from the first publication of this notice (GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL) and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate
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aro heavy, and 4 e feel confident in eoaidera by Simms; &e.&e.McDOUGALL Estate. EDWARD BRADFORD Idrnfr. SIX undersigned Eucutx i and of Leon count T, aa administrator of tb. E.Ut
fon veiy of t1111 rreaL htdalrene beretofor extended, A4IOBBT June 5, 18li8. 236mGold testament f Daniel L. Rot\, dec ae.1t Leon \\r have just yesriyed a fresh. supply this newT of Richard Regan, late of said county, deceased and
White dire t from the manufactory -
and beautifuL ,
61. fltj T : aid administration.
July 4. trill her final Judge ask for a discharge from
and forward and avail
will ONE ALL coma present aCUDt. t
they coonty. nfl offer it to the with moot perfect i iI
Adofr.
themselves .f th. inducement oSrd ia this advertiseaient Pens. of Probate o. said county. and ask t b dichare public E.0.OR1SS ,
which
and keep cool in there Exciting Times I I. confidence, as possessing qualities render ; Juna !8. 1853. 25-Sm
cad pay at least an amotiiit nfinieni to en received and for sale SUSANNAI Et'LJol viz Its _- __
FRESH
\ supply just by I a paint nest JerirabU : incomparablebrilliancy
Lie 1iab iti. Should there bany ICE ICEICE! S, 1888. --- -
able Mm to meet .t 1. MYERS & GORMAN. 2-6m of Color,freedom from all poito oxt "qual Notice.

((1 hope rove) whoa*_circumstances vill aot ena May.12,1868. 21Plantation ilit -utter Injuring the health of the workmen or
.kl.them to eomply. even in part I hep they will. TY the Express Packet Brig General Bf iley. fif- -- John Q. Cromartie, Administrator of tie Estate of iomaUs of newly painted apartment*-its durability mor.tba after the Ant pablicatipq of this w>-
deceased
-cme forward at one, and say a<\ close up their acooata JL> teen days (rein New York we are in receipt of for Sale Franklin T. Cromartie, in tLe most exposed situations and its great rtpen- SIX '. the undevgned.administrator of the J+

.. and make the very beat arrangements io their 330 Tons more of this summer luxury and which N Catharine ority to mitt Lead in all the Various uses to which -tate Julio Burgoorflt deceased. late of Lies's ooo--

power for paynoeot k-ertafUr. that b. may know we desire to dispense to all in want on application SITUATED in Colombia county State of Florida Jam Cromartie, Lather Cromarti Elms the latter baa heretofore beta applied. For tale byAMES ty.will present bf&final account H tile Judge of Pro-

what to depend upoa. DAVID 0.WILSON. at our ICE HOUSES at St.Marks or New Port, at miles South of Alligator. It consists CromaYtie, Margaret Faon' be & LIVELY. W. of.c4lU.couotyMay an.l IIi In t diacbta"JeGo
l.h.13lz8. 7tfHAKOB of four btndred of fine Marl and Clay Land.- Fa Eleanor Robinson and her husband George &dwt'r.
two cents per pound for quantities over 100 pounds, acres Bannermao. et aL .Apri{ 3. 1858. II JOllY P. REICIllRT.
when not required to be rat, and at 3 eta. per quantities There are all necessary Buildings on tbe place;a great RbioD. a Chares notified ,t9. 1858. 22-Sin .
RECEIVED. under 100 pound manY other improvements bave been made,and a pal t THE' a'v are hereby .
Stockholders will be furnished as heretofore at 2 of the land now in cultivation. Constant Water on the undersigned administrator ofteeat.t Notice.SIXoDth. Notice.

t j-eewvad direct Cents p.r pound in any quantities desired and transportation the Land for man and i>east Good titles will be of FnmkHn T. Cromartie. deceased '. petition from the Brst publication this notice.
TpHK8UB8CETBERShaTaju But There is also Tract of good Hammock adjoining -' in the Clerks office of the Circuit Court of L iMatle LestpebheariO of tIde DO
JL frochaThostre1kbbeDass ia tie United paid to Tallahassee R. R. Depot. or- given. a will exhibit his final aeeomt attic lbs
with blanket boxes I forwarded the whish can be purchased. Any one County fa the ash. of certain lands of said "tte. SIX sdaiiutstrator of the Estate
4Itdee eT.. den or moat to same and vouchers as administrator of tbs Estate of John ". the vodtriigoe4
'.';' .pemr11(08.. St. Marks lee House. wishing to vettia in this County would do well to deb in said ptiti. fo distribution and laid and teT W.Argyle deceased. laU of Lace..eocmty, \a' the .of Antonio Botido.>decewed. Jak .of. Leon OuDt7.

; HARD TIMES with warm, weather, make suck gireroea&2asIwillgive&b&rgs.ininuiy place. are hereby appr, answer p.tioa : HoaormbU Jodge of Probate of said eocatj, and ask will prseeet hi* fioal *o>ont Md r.b f. .U ,the
.r 'as4, prie 4. fera M 45lJO 1000ppl7 that information b. given by addressing at Monday th of October next arf ask t to be desaantd. ---
**ltig ippei against the credit system our Any can m Of 1t'd to be discharged. Judge! of nb U of said county
thyirwltidaa&l1 atiiILS1cAI1&Co. I terms will be cash or weekly pa/ment from regu- I Tusteourgee, P. 0. Columbia County, East JTorida! tb ft day o t Dn Una of said Adnfr..Tuly Court. B.O.UWJ8. .dtnt'r.Msy .. *.A SHW rAA (f.

ar customers. NOYES : 3labais.', JR. 10.1811.V St. Marks Kay U. 186*. 21 [Beet topy June 19, 185) 2* 1. 185t. 57-am




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