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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 31, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JONES &: DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., JULY :Hi 1858. VOL XNO.: 31.

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tJrc.frs5ioH11! ([l1r 5. 1lkDrr 5iollal nub Itosiurss"R"E"C"ENT --i bD I [Fron the f/tarletlon Cowitr.}- ; the construction of the Northeastern RailRoad I Southern Statesmen Better Mm and !' [[Frort the Cttttral In&> ;d.tj"t

.. ,- ..- ---- -. -. I The Great Sonthcra! Mall Route. nnd must, of necessity, from the enormous Harder Hitters than those of tbe Xorlb. Tat and the Frogs.

-- -- I We have heretofore avoided allusion to the I increase in its business render it among I The folloxving high comp'imenls to the I I Pat hail taken a drop too much, and was

MILES NASH & C0. ANDIMPORTANT "Oltl'lnfhled changes in the mail route between the mst profitable anil nxl-pous of hrr RailRoad Socth! and homo truths for the North, are j jI .I on !his hoir.e return, when he overheard .
i investments. It establishes! the need voice in the and ho had?
DIALEfls: I N New York, Charleston, New Orm! j from the! lips of a Xorthrn Statesman, who sWAmp. supposing
; DISCOVERY. I I and other points on the Gulf, in the hope of for the Charleston. am! Sarapali Ril Road,, 'I I been recognized: by nn old Acquaintance,

nnrG'S, IMIXT3, -:o o;_ I being able shortly to announce that th<> ncc- II and greatly enhances its value,! and! impor-; j i has C72r been tiuc to the constitution of his something likw the follow ing conversation tn.I .

i> r: t7i: \v i sOF i! essary arm!;gements had been consummated t:1IICl''e sincerely Jiope for the consummation country : I I sued :
jIKDICIXES li OILS I
this ity, lias! iiitro Iu(-,l into IIi) 'raciice the I to go into efTct nt 311 early hv. 'niC pro. of a scheme which promises so much I .NOETHEJ.X AND It..t.'TlIEU, \Jn.n\'ES. rI Frog-):; ', Magee, Mngee !

V\f OULD tnfurtn t'ucir rtuuls naJ the putllo. locrrt and iinportatit d-scumy of the opj'licaJ posed route passes through Phiiphia! 11t1. and trust that ero long, iu brilliant: results I Extract from an Oration, delicer'd in Pat-Faith, airl that is my nam.-, give US

f they hiv oil ham: ] n zarn\\ oitroet.t ofntifU"i uc J UOB of tie timor(, Washington, Richmond :md'ilmin miy be fully realized. dAphia, on the Fourth, by Charles l'J.il/J'1 yours if it i is convenient immtrelInghIngi ). .
; ni aro g" ::.aJ:! I.opt in tlicir line of I'usinotk | LEXTEO !MAGXKT \CHINE, !
Coulon
:
ton, to Charleston nt but I IngersolLWe Coulon: HuSh Hugn
i i as present to c .'i win! br r hlll be r ;''u'S .. 1 throujjh! the tooth at the time of trioting. ]'ioucin I sumo forty-four hours instead of fortJ.f'i H, I hear,'Iu the first place-!let mo say a l."otn !

:l'oI!: l '!et'. Aii1 i Yt], 1 s: __.H.: ; a luo.il Anfftl.eia. an.] IU avoids tlit use of according! : to the existing schedule from I Any one can make butter, but it requires I word abo t fiiat-ci" Southern imposition, Pnt--!'r my sonj, your a cousin ofmhc'.

I CIILOROFOIUI OR XTJIER. Chaileston it wi'I be continued by fast nnd judgment, experience good cows, and goud I the tyranny and domination of the owners of I whin did you CfJ01I"Ncr f

. Miles H. Nash, I I He l.as applied! it in a r.umlf'r f.f cnsrs with entire I superior iron steamers to Fernandina, in Florida i fONt for them to make good butter. these slaves, that they have rufed us ever | Frog-J4" i cn5.; Mouth, Month !

"..FEiS 3U PL01EMIION\1.P tRrIO T) THE CITUt.NS SFTALLA.lI..So j' IIU't' S. All agree that they experience little cr NO thence by iho Florida Hail Road to Ce. It is well kl own that the food of the cow since the establishment of the government, ,] Pat-What do yc:c find tojive on here, in
!. AMI" URBni'x Gcoln&r.: I' r.us in tue"('x1raetIOl.I directly affects the milk, and consequently this ?
dar the Gulf bog sure
from which
Keys
on point, and that it i is time to put them down. Grn-
/ "V FPZCE with Dr. lit Naili.inimediaU-Iv! &jUfu I Jt.lv 10 1R6S. ;-3 the quantity Anti! y-nlity of lbs butter. A J v.M OJ.L: (-.....J.*., oi..,,kr
*. / .._ tUnurs; will run daily! to New Orl ans- tk'ineiithis suit uf talk has not tIme respectability -
.!. I'.st 1 P3.II a-e. t -- -- Ti------ --- I ((the performance of this portion of th$ route cow led on leeks gives milk that cannot be of fanaticism. It is weak and tiousensical. I Pat-Xow its afther being uncivil, ye are

r ty_ ? :_, __ I I paten COIl account of the garlic tuste ; fed on have : to speake t') yet relations, aad so it is-.
B. A. FAHNESTOjK'SVERMIFUGE being fifty-two hoars)-thus reducing the entire I will tell you of a thing they
white suake-root, her milk will produce milk. !; Frog-Drunk! Drunk Drank Dnfnit'f!
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Dr. J. E Leavitt
tine f row New York to New Orleans to done-they Lave, however, imperfectly manned -
'I ninety-six hours four We also I sickness ; on bitter herbs, and her milk will I because of | l'.Jt-.By St. Patrick, if ye rcpnte that sama
\ jttir* Eli i-tarOFFICK 'sLoAt tEKMCES TO THE Fl'DLIC.MlkV or days. learn, say imperfectly, so many
i 'I partake of their quality ; even let a COw eat | I'll knock .ve down wJ; me ehiiMah, sure
in NM\.Hr DU1LDIXG tat the that propositions have been! submitted to thc-ir men are black men, officered themselves
(', j I i fun AID sot UMXDT rot the Post-olHre Department by the parties interested sou milk, and its effects will be found in the well. They fend t ) Washington good men- | Frog-0.\id IruikDead Drnr: Dead .

-M.- ._1._'J"i. .,_u.. __21 ,_. ____ I I -VOR.1\I.IS, in this route, to run in connection I sooner souring of her milk. their best men-and when they! find hy can I Dru-.k: I
MIDIC.tL 1"\ IYOTICI 1: .. r I IV UDKKX AND ADULTS INCLUDING, with it, a weekly line of steamers to Havana If she is fed on sweet vernal grass, her serve them they keep them in the service; and j P.tt-Ycr a liar, a murtheiing'! blathering

-0- ,TAPE WORMS. I and a bi monthly! line to some one of the !, milk will have the rich flavor of benzointljwers i I in this they beat us hollow. In this \vaii, t liar. Come c'n, if ye dare, ye 1 pslpet'P'yer.!

I I RETAIL PRICE, 25 CIS.rirnriD Isthmus crossing*, for the transportation of which so highly distinguishes li! I yon cill this imposition, they do impose onus j Frog-Fight em, Fight cm, Ffght; cm !
Brs. Robertson Bon .. { milk butter and beef of Philadel/i: auJ i Pat-There more nor line of ver, !. '
hiS
I LCD SOLD T TH oZ I T AVIXU f. rue.l"l c<* plItll'riJip in tL<" piactict.L I B. A. FAHNESTOC.t A Co., Pittsburgh, Pa, I far as we can judge, there is not a some counties of Cngland. If fed on dry I as a business, to be studied and i! way robbers. I'm th. boy that can. lick yc.
of thfir piofi-ssimj oiler tleir services to 'lie cit I AND f PbiUdelplna Pa., i: corn fodder, the butter will bo hard, sweet ,; Just tread on me coat-tail uunsf.
E A. rhadow of doubt the of l.ko other and not do
as we ,
I FAIISESTOCK.nULL. Co..Nctr-1'0rkCiI1, as (o practicability practiced any ; I
i.uof rallaba.isfo auj &.->uuuing country.3f I I Ii and :it.on carrots the butler will boj Chase
good ; : Frog- rm, Chase un Chase !
em
ied Bet these schemes.: We know the Rail Road as !if it came by nomination and election.
the
OiHec over Store lalfly > by WHOLESALE
: occuj i CLIFF
DRUGGISTS,51 ST. I
i j and have flavor. Some Pat I'm
yellow a pleasant
on Urownville
tent II i IJ.TS.FoSg. : connections between New York and Char- They uphold their men, too. A Georgian or my way to sure,
I i Buy of retpectable dealer onl11 I insU'ad of t.J their : and if
I carrots follow
dairymen, feeding to Jim
yee me
? 9 If O'Flannegan'sstore
leston to be complete taking the mail and Virjrnian: carries Georgia or Virginia with!
I Examine the loitUIi of the name to b< lure jou get the i : make the butter add I I'll
.- 'AitTr Only Gtntunt through in forty-right hours andit !' cows, to yellow, the him to the Capitol. What he and docs stand up wid ye, and so I will, and-
E'r t Ii N ) I _If. A. FAmiEsToci's Tgmirraill jjAJICS .1.1t passengers ; of the carrot to the butter says won't stiiko
juice cream or ]! ye afther down. tI
t i is readily admitted that a saving of four they back him in. I ask you \v-eher!: this is yer .
: after ;It is aiade. This is very injurious, as it j Frog-Kill em, Kill 'm, Kill !
Till
WILL COM-IMT & LIVELY, hours can easily be accomplished. If disposed a Northern characteristic or do we, fellow- :I em
ORIJG & MEDICINE I BUSINESS 1 Solo A--t. f'T Tallahassee.Apiil to discuss the effect of the completion not only gives it an tMpHasant! : flavor, but citizens, and our statesmen seem to be without I I Pal-Now je wo lofn't kill a poor roan" I 1
10, 1858. 15lyAL : furnishes an clement that by souring will | whose got a wife and six children to feed v.id
several proposed links of Rail Road with that mutual adhesiveness which ought to i
..i
t11' n TI1Z OU STAN, P1GX I I
-'- -- --- ---- --- the tLnor of the butter and
I' lt1ED. TiO'J ICi:. the view of shortening the distance between soon destroy prevent making tho power and respectability of : pertates ? f

-- Philadel.iphia and Portsmouth, V.i, it couldbe i's keeping. both At the last Picsidential election, the! I i i Frog-:Moderation, Moderation. Moderation .
OK run MORTAR, I Water left in the butter, or buttcr-ini'k, or I II
It\ Dr. Win. F. Shine cleaily shown that a much grc2ror saxing Democratic candidat? was a Penn I
I I carrot ji.ice, or other vegetable matter, by JIvani3u'l I Pat-Now darling talk liko a
orrcBA ins rBC}:ioNAt SEBVICES TO THE rmuc. I of time, and increased reg'-rity, can be secured the favori'e son (we said so) of the ye praste.
rof Clia'on aol M.. sttt ,TallaLucee. fermentation, will destroy the delicate flavor i Stip up and take a dHnk wid me out of this t
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C- rn nroe : adjoining] that of Lrs. Ganitlo d Button i ; but we propose now to avoid speculations Certainly he was the case, however rare, ofa I
and make butter rancid.In .
_January 19.1356._ .3, ____..___..___ OFFICE C. :65 S. 19-1]7 as to what may occur hereafter. So man who had served us long. Him at least i flask for yer a broth of a boy.
l\itDH.\L NOTICE. ------. --- .-- ----- I fir as the boats between Charleston and For milk about five per cent. is sugar. This wo had kept in the harness. But when it I I Frog-CoM water, Cold water, Cold .\..
1IEJkVAI. l\O'I'ICE. like all saccharine matter, on ter ,
--e- ,I nandina are concerned we have tho most sugar expos. came tc? the pinch. the test and touch-stone

A. PEELER. . . . .J. C. HATP.S. -0- positive and reliable! assurances that the parties ure to the atrnosphare has a tendency to sour, of our political wit, what was the majority !I Pal-I* it one of( Father Matthew's .medals .. 1
Dr A. OFBLAKE1ONTIXULS when it forms what is called lactic acid.
-- --- I and mans will be forthcoming for their cast for the Democratic candidate in this yes got ? I niver jined the pledge. (

Drs. Peeler & Bates, /" to offer Lie Professional Services to Ii IiI immediate construction. The plans and mod. This acid causes tho milk to coagulate or Democratic State I Last fall, when they let Frog Go home, yer Drunk, Drunk. I
I VV the citizens of Ccntrct ihc and adjoining reifrhbuiLoud. form curd when all further Drunk !
jwomt**! tJrft1I1t'J"t.) iu the practice rising of cream
fh of these boats have been nnd alone elected Governor
HAVI arranged I us we our by a majority
and Surgery, rerpcrtfully trerth..ir i TIt..ldcDce changed to Ccntreville Office is.nt an end. An analysis of curd often shows Pat-Go to the divil wid coM 'wafer
ofulla &t his residence. matured, so as to accompHch! high speed, of 14,583 votes. The autumn before, yer
: ht'n'i..4'O t"' the I'lilt'ic. in tho trt' tmcut t I one.hahfofthe butter still
"uit* III vrrll .. cluonic, diAengfs i of all character!- ; DJe.l.'lS57. __ 62-_l ._. __ ,I Ii with the utmost possible saftty. It is pro- in it.oily This particles arises or from the fact re- at the great fight, when they pushed at us, i i ye. lying how son of a gun, or by blazes I'll tacho
I taico \ukeenab, Jefferson co., FlJLJan. posed to start them immediately upon the arrival remaining when they camo into Pennsylvania with their to bo dlrc.nt. I'm in for a scrim- .
i GWYNN J HILTON that the of the milk j
to
.. 9.85? .2-tf. ; of the Northern (train from the wharf of sugar was changed newspapers, their money from New York nnd mass wid yo now, sure. I.I..C'
-- ---- ---- -- ---- lactic acid before tho bad "
BERRY.Auctioneer i .ttcrt1c3r 13 cLt :t14n.w, the North Eastern Rail Road, where every oily particles: time Boston and their orators from everywhere, II Frog Como on, Como on, Come out*

R H. TALLAHASSEE, }'LA.I facility can be bad for an expeditions transfer to rise. It usually requires from forty to here, on our own and his ground, where [Pat climbs the fence and Ctlls bead foremost -* J
F and Commission -. seventy hours for the cream to rise. When into the but picks himself
I of the mails and passengers.As everybody knew the battle was to be decided, swamp up
'
D. W. CWYHN V R. K. IIILTOX, this has fully taken place the loses its
I liquid Ida slouched
I. MERCHNT. usual with such enterprises it vas to and after n campaign conducted, I will say again, nuts (>n hat and knee
ALLAIASEEFlft..Sept.2t.1". S9 : HAVING associated themselves: together in the have been trit would I whitecolor_ and becomesl'lue, the well known with and deep in the soft mud, he swings his nhillelnh.l
t I of Law, "ill give their joint attention expected some apreal color of skim milk. for those who carried it on, sagacity Pat It's "
meselftbat's here. Striko nio if
t t ": to all iusin<'M elllr:1 ted to them. They sill attend have been made! to our community for aid in signal ability what did they get oar majority i
o. TIGHT, the Scpn Couit, the U. S. Diatiict Court, uid the I the construction of these boats ; but, so far I Tho souring of cream is caused by the down to ? Fellow-citizens, I will not remind jc dae: ye cold wnther bully. I'll poll er-

:: AUCTIONEER C5m.vilSION; :MERCHANT Circuit: Courf at Tnilal.niec, nnj also th" Circuit I ns we know, none *ii"b! has been asked, )1" I acid formed ia that portion of the milk that you-perhaps you hare net forgotten. Was i ery hair out dyer body. .
Cow Is.f Ca.l i"'!'n. \VaVulla! JtrTeron. Mauis'n and I IIbmit..n the above adheres to the oily pat tides. Half a teaspoonful I rrGjod night, Good mgnt; (iomlnrjlit'
TVLLAIIiCiJIE, I'LOKIUA.T. even proposed, p-ti's rert'ireto! Pennsylvania true to herself? Do you think I .
: C-t.!'*:"p. OHrt tIe CourtLoisee !ijMarili j I of carbonate of !la, dissolved !
'I"tf'mhrr 1. 1 t 3. n ___ T&Iktaee'. not seeming to need or desire it. We may pure so I they could have succeeded in coaxing: and
I
in mixed with four of will Pat Good
milk
_. 6, Iff,8. 10ly"HOGUE I safely conclude! that thee boats will be water, quarts thumping down tho vote in that way, againsta I night Itoncy. Swateslapanda
W. DREV ARD, Jr., -* I promptly built, upon the recognition of this j keep the milk sweet for !Jour or five days, Southern man JR hs: own CtitatIt warm bed for yer, wid a good firo .for l<.

.A.'t"torn.oy rxt XxetvsTIILlinsEC & AMAKES I without giving it any unpleasant flavor. Frog-Bridget Magee, Magee, Mcgee! .
,
link as one i i'* the great Atlantic mail route any Northern man "i111! look into Mr.Ilenton's I
VIA. I IAT I This will give all cream a cjiance to rise. Pat-Poor sowl she's in Urowmillc, wid
ATTOIIM-YS & COUNSELLORS\ ( bctw New Yoik and New Oilcans. The j volumes of the Debates in Congressan
: I Butler that has become rancid be made Kathleen and PaterI'rog .
A 'il fl.is8 17 connection from IVmandina to Cedar Keys may -I which is a legacy to his ,
; countrymen I
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f Lf"-VV" it in cold
I sweet again by working thoroughly -Go home, Go home Go homo !
,
is by the Florida Rail Road, now actively for which, if for nothing else, he deserves
WIG \. COKLCY .
formed a on-paitroiriiiH: in tl. | ractice of I water the water often and, after Pat I'm off. Good
-changing luck
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HAVE to May
its About their: for there for the first time ye. ye
: ai'l ;'11 1 fitlv.l to 11"ft'oi\l311)U i. approaching completion. eighty gratitude- ,
i Attorney at Law, tuss cntruslfd t.. tL.. car". any \ miles are unfinished!, but of these, thirty-five pressing out all the water salt it anew, and we have the history of the republic in a mirror have plenty of bate, pertates and whiskey,

I). P. lOUF.. .A. LImy AMAKER.May for every pound of butter add half an ounce and may.ye reform yer and leave the
ways
r: TALLA"SLF, TLA.S m lee have been graded, all tl o iron requisite! that cannot deceive-if any of you I say,
It will have
-. .1.1_: P5 3._ 18E'IN ___ __. __ has been d-livered, and the work i h so farprogressed of good granulated sugar. not will open your eyes and one of those books highways.Thus .
t' 3lvI the flavor of butter but will be rendered
.t..U:1fJ' ___ new I ended the colloquy btwce Pat nnJ
--- l HART that
0 wo may confidently assume you will bo ashamed \\itnesstbe immense
I f Yon. "" & McOlellan, .il.1-oL9X.cy; ctt I'vcT, its completion by the month of February much more palatable.-Ohio Farmer preponderance of South over North, in politi. ; the )Frog. But Pat stuck tu his whiskey, and

tt L next I ITo cal intelligence in the whole circle of the Frog to his water until the former was
LIttCLL ,
.s : aye,
i Tal1aha
Florida.
sec The American Merchant.Hunt's drowned in the mill and
the and I pond the latter was
I Ii untiring fitness for the noble science of
.
energy perseverance government
! IKACTiCX IX ALL THE C t'CTfc OV WEST ILOK1I1A.Oih'ee .
\ ILL 'ti- ii .1" Ciieuit Courts of the Midf
\ rra of the Hon. D. L. Yulee and few other Merchants Magnzfne; I because in truth and crisped on a gridiron. Clt\YO-l.
!i at MARIA.NVA.C. f tT.e 1)ilrkt. tiA the ul'n'1J)8 Co-.rt of llii, i a pub- says : say ashamed reality, .

C. YOXGC.J. F. )!cCLELL.Ki State, and the Di tiicl Court ('f the United States, ntTallaLasc lie spirited guitlenien, is due the construction I I "The American Merchant i U a typa of a the intelligence along with the education, the Men of America--Men of tho Age.

i March 19. 1S08. 11-tf .-. J5f OiTi:< ever the St'rc of Mc!?rs. I of this important rood, in the faco of ditlicul- restless, adventurous, onward-going race of advancement and civilization of the Union,

--.. -- O. .t J. :Me ;uikijui.Jan. ties which eetnvd almost insuperable. We I people.) He sends his merchandise all over lie not South but North ; here among us, Tho greatest man "taking him all in all/'

1 BroiiIigcI ; : ."r,0-,-! -:{.?. 4 - -- I I cordially \\ish for it the success it deserves. I the earth ; stocks every rriaaket: ; makes wants fe1ow-citizens-htre---licre--oniy. it stays at of the last hundred years, was George Washington .

t V' A. J. PEELER'S From Cedar Keys to New Oileans the mails that he may supply them; covers New Zealand homo instead of going to Washington. And -an American. -
; I IiJl }1Lt, ; \q'J and will bo taken b. fore 'I The greatest Doctor of Divinity was Jonathan
; .' ', i.lJJ I I! ,passengers as stated with Southern cotton woven in Northern when it gets there, instead of being allowedto
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE
AND I. in suitable s'camers, whih0 are issurid loo-ns; sends clerks of stores to the_.Sand.I do its work, it comes straight back again warda-till A r 1l"l rean.

SoLICflOllTILTi rx term*. TAI.LA1ASE FLOlrlPA: i will be forthcoming: whenever the necessity wich Islarvl'! ; swaps with the Fejee Cannibals under some miserable two term nor, one The greatest Philosopher was Benjamin: 't
ofFice IP From iv run PAME PrtLoTO ASP OFPOKITCTHE I I .
prrtu in tin- Court .fthe Eater Cir for them arises. sands tho whale the ic term rule or some such imbecility a rule of Franklin-an American. '
,' : ships ; {
I.OOR or TULFLCKIUIAS A J'CNJIL OJU'UE. i ; among
t coil of FluriJj, Sill the Federal Court "VI7II in the Cn"-1t: ( :rte.fGadden, I The rtriJ rc.inmnnication between the cast bergs of the poles; or to wander in the solitary inferiority, a rule to be !Cposed on, I sup. The greatest of living Sculptors ia Hiram .

I (OFFICE AT cxis.rij.Le: ALACHVA .'.) : T" T L'In. V ku1ta.Ji'flt lc 111 arc! Madis/, mid i mod weft coast of Flm ida, by means of the .I seas, till the log book tells the tedious pose, by the South ; a rula that 1 leaves the Powers-an American.
1 E'}L'ill'_\' (1 S : tl Florida Rail Road has the cstnblishment i The greatest living llralorisn? id Wnu II
attend proinrt.\; ( tu'lu'iin cf. n )Us and suggested j sameness of years, and boys become men ; world for them to bustle in, that compels us,
GAIT. J. J. LCCAS ) couijts in nn't' ( : ul,. (ciii>'io I -. LC'j' of a line of steamers between Cedar j i gives the ice of the North winters to the tor while they make the. laws and shape the Prescolt-an Atncrfcau.

;I COL J. D..t 'iuoiroDC. Aiktx, \, J V CJtiihtlon, S. C.I'KASEP _l'b.27.-__ :>i''f_ ._" _. _n ____ __ I Keys anti some point on tho Isthmus of Pan- 'I I I rid zone ; piles up Fresh Pond on the banks policy of the country, to bo lookers on- dulJon-an The greatest American.Ornithologist was J. J. Au-

t JAMES S. Jo.;.::-. Tiif'a'tiurr, Jla.WILLIAM ama. The California msiis! 2nd pass: ngers I; of the (loovly : gladdens the sunny savannahs "'An t Jun.7.. :I Isabella ff. House, will then ho brought direct to Cedar Keys- of the dreamy South, and makes life By bolder prows. I The greatest Medical Chemist of modern

ALBANY.LAGEORGIA.rJ'JJE thence conveyed to IVnandina, and via : tolerable in the bungalow; of an Indian jun. The Northern majority in the House has, times, Dr. J. C. Ayer-inventor of' Aycr't

SCOTT, Charleston to New York, over the present gle. The lake of New England awakes to as you know climbed steadily and swiftly up I Cherry Pectoral and CttiJiartic '/., is an

A TTOJ' E A i LJW" 'w 'WTEL: &Albany& the- pre eut term- Rail Road line. : life by the rivers of the sultry cast, and tho from the eTeven originally given us, to the .\mt-The iCA 11.

MONTICKLLO, FLA; JL i=os of the (5cor-ii; and llorkia Railroad. i* So far as we can understand, there are antipodes the earth come in contact at this I majority tit this day of fifty-two Northern greatest Lexicographer since the lima

Jolty 20.1853. 20 L t 1 jau i now cjx n f:>r tlic fej-'tion of the I parties prepared to undertake this service, if I 'meeting of the waters.. The white canvass votes-North 112. against South 90. A majority I of Johnson, was Noah \\'cbstcr-a.1I Amer

-' ---- - -.--- TuAYELIXG PUIJLIC. i adequate postal cnccn!agemert is afforded American ships glances in every nook of the of 52 in a House of 232 Why, it is j ican. ,

FLOYD & HOLLAND, I The lluusc abJ Furoitij-e Ufw. The Ircpnej j them ; and unquestionably the obvious advantages I ocean. Scarcely has the slightest information too many It is more than you know h&t i I 'lie greatest in\ent.ir uf modem lime,

at Law. tor u deteimiiied um.d "it a i of this route over any now existing I come of some unknown obscure corner to do with It is like an army ot four hundred were Fulton, Filch! WLitnpy and Morse-all

Attorneys FIRST CLASS HOTEL, should effectually secure this. Some doubts i of the remote sea, when the captain is consulting thousand men. And now, fellow.citi: Americans. -
I ""TILT practice in tIle Circui Courts of MiddleV -
T and West Horida and iu the Supreme Court and Iiopes t>y strict attention t I' the \rauts of liis I have been expressed as to the suflHency of I hh chart in full career for the terra zens, I appeal to you of the strong and every PAID HIM is His OWN-Cot-*-.-- At Iiolel
Guests, tl' "i nt Titrom? of the Public.J. water nt Cedar Keys to admit the uninterrupted North a
i ftbe State. Alo in tli- Di-uiot Court of the Unit incognita. day growing stronger to tell ma whether -
II. DURHAM. a short time since, a girl inquired of
ed Statf*, in the Northorn l i-trift of FI t J. FLOYD, OtHre Apsl"cLicola, Fla.U. -.. May /., 183S. 21 -ly I IL there. In reference to these we woulJ I LAST FOB RICHES.-The gru 'ga with wl -c'imort not too ridiculous I never could, for the tl man at the table if hi*, cup was ou1. '

! P. HOLLAND. Office Quinoj, Fix I state, that from tidal observations, nude therein .u-ii part with a little pittance for the life of me, understand it. If we vote against ,I No, said he. but my coffee i ii.

I ..Dee.!;. 1855. 81_ : CITY IIOTEL. .i. the winter of 1854, it appeared that the I most purpose, i is both astenishipg nnd humiliating. curtvps.it: u not because we are not free to The poor girl was considerably confused

WlLLIA.il S. DILirORTII, _; ,' n. .. I depth in channelAt Mammon, mammon, is the God of vote as we like, but simply because this South, I but determined to pay him in his own coin.
While tlu .
Attorney and( Counsellor at I Law, JOHN L. DEMILLYTOULD mean low water, was . . 10' f-ct the professing tforld! among us. The love that we make faces at,has always had to cope at dinner stage drove up, and several .
in tho
"\'\ rnpectfully inform the public that Le j At mean high water.)5 fretAt of destruction form in the channel of wealth with us from the days when Mr Madison passengers coming gcuilcmau
MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. 1 \ ? las leased the CITY hOTEL (known us tie Spring tide, low. ... ... ._.. 9.9 feet and thus creates t most I asked. .
an aristocracy to
the leader of the House of
fltown Hotel. and will take the lirt of At liiti..I. feet was Representatives Docs the dine here T .
in tbe Courts of the :Middle Cir I ) charge oti l'rinctiJe3 sing
STILL practice feeble and enfeebling, the most and
IT cuit,aDd Tho U.II and LowoJce County Ga May next ills untiring cxt"l1ioR- will In- used to give Now, although more water would certainly cuTupt down to the session of 18j7-'oS, better I No, sir, excLifmed the girl in a sarcastic
'I full tatisfaction to all who v ill patroinzc Lim.AprilJ4. corruping, the most slavish and enslaving of men and harder hitters than \YC. And there
March 2.185\ 12-lT but the
I ba desirable and some delays occasionally tone ; passengers do.
--- -- --- ; 1S58. 1.I 7_ may all aristocracies, tho aristocracy of Dollars. could be no more suitable illustration of the
LOXG & GALBIIAITII, I occur for the want of it, still we can- the
Hence the for lucre it of
passiou passion advantages of the Southern this
system-and
Hai len I A PIEAJIST I'ArriME.-:Mother/ should.
Nathaniel that this will the
ArronjiEvs AT LAW TALLUIASSLT, FLA. not suppose prevent accomplishment (he United State Men! measure their respectability is the last I will say of it-than Mr. Madison not be surprised if your Susan got choied
of the schemes above alluded
'\ t" A. t.) 'G & J. B. OALnRAITH bare awoci COMMISSION rIEr. CHANT, I to. not by their deeds of goodness, himself: who was without brilliancy of parts crcc day !

1'JL. ated themselves in the practice Law. They Congress at its last session, authorized thU but by the laws ot which they are masters.Nason. .- but served his State long enough to 'becomea I -
Orleans.
No. 3S Poydras St.- New Why so, son
route and relying the correctness of the mj
will attend the Court in the Middle Circuit.the Suo upon .
statesman of the first order and leavea
Because her beau twisted his
oreme Courts and the District Courts of the United -0- repiesentations' made to the Postmaster General arm around
llcfers to GOT.James E. Erwr.e, Tallahassee, -- name never to be forgotten. If that .,me her neck tb* other night, and ila'18 bid n(i
31 ite* at Tallahassee.Osficeopposit !, we have very little doubt that he .. :ill TilE CO.MUTIOX or THE THASIES.-Snch
the. Court House. George K. Walker Esq., James Madison, fellow-citizens of Philadelphia kissed hhn be would bar IMr besides
strangled
Gen. ''m. Bailey, Jefferson county, carry it into operation. For his doing so, is tho poisoned and filthy state of the Thames had ;
October 38 1854. IT a.Pennsylvanian instead of
,
a molbf be si's Eer.
._ T. J. Lict-n, E: ., have further in his unceasing Londou that the fish r by.
-- -- -- -- we a guarantee at aro sickened,
& Nowell J. O PutnAm. I. q.. Madison I efforts to facilitate tie of the nails Virginian the protaWlity: is ho would this Why, Edward, Susan does not suffer this
Hanckel Daniel B3, : ,. Hauiiltvu passage f,i and become so helpless that they can be taken I day laD'J place lls'counlrIts butory. dcesiht
.iq and to give to portion of our with the hands. On
countrytho out
every bfipg pla.ced.i1
FACTORS I II
A gustos Steele, Eeq., Levy SaflVr that go1Jl..she likes it!
Gadsdcn accommodation, in t'.is respect, to which water they revive. An officer of health
E .
-ASP- J. J. Snelling, q I pure 03: That's a thur derin' big lie," said _'- "
II Remington, Esq. TLomasulle, Gco. it is entitled. I writes to tbe Times tbd tbe aspect and odor -
Generalominissioii( Merchants Tom (Q- I believe, said m very tU .represeota-
Oct. 24, 1857. 43 __ ______ We Lave thus briefly! as possible plaixd! of r.n open sewer is not so offensive or unhealthy Ob, it's only a fulminating enlargementof live that I am one of the taU.member*"of

CHARLESTON S. 0. I I a 'iT I1T" ""PWATc1i this subject before our readers, with all tho as the ThaniRtv fer the reason thai elongated'eracit,1f replied Dick. the House. Ye, added a fellow reprtsenla-

> C. F. BA.XCECU Eo W. 1'IOWELL JL4J1.Ii. it wtuch have there is a constant agitation ami Chipping up
information bearing upon wo Harry took off his hat, elevated his eyes jIve, and the sliuuncil too.
: -4- been able.to collect. To Charleston it ia a of its filthy contents by steamboats. Heproposc's and held his tongue.
MAKER
'PIIEY will cell every deecription of Produce or matter of vital irnpol tnnct. It reinstates her i that die traffic between the bridgesby c,7- ,Why are sheep tbe, -most dissipated

JL Jftrthatidift. and will make advances: on all .. J e-ve1c upon the great track of travel between the I steamboats be stopped entirely, and their Torn and Ned were telliug over titer travels and unfortunate of auimaliT Because tb y

eota.igneents.ApiIll,1858.. Tal- two extremities of our country. It bringsthe proprietors compensated. when Tom asked him- gambol (in their youth, frequent time ar,
UilyAMBROTYPES form the Jxens of
1T7OULD YY i hhaBPf respectfully and the public- generally,that be has auriferous regions of California within The best water in the world (or making Was you ever in Greece t" often blacklegs and univorfallj fleeced.CSr ..

: take the old stand of J.0. Hall & Co where he ia rapid, safe and ca.sy reach of all the Atlantic London Porter. '. No, but I fell into a thundering big (utsof _

'prcp red to repair cities, and throws its moving population soap once, if y
AND MELAINOTl'PES, Watches Clocks, and Jetrelry, through our limits to the borders of our Slate. 03";::: Teddy, my boy, jiss guess how many'cheeses county, Va.; Ief\.) epb. Mo ottb-Ioth

TAKB: BT BAILEY. ID 'workman-like manner, and at the most reasonable Isolated as Charleston has recently been by there aro in that bag. and. I'll giveyeth 03 The Taunton GazeuV'sajs thai there .insto -his TTBta"'admbsI.ste"jdsaeM

Rooms ever Barnard1 Drug Slort.rPHE *rate PcrMns having rood Watches that fail to the construction of roads around her .it will I "bolenr! of them. '- are four 'sisters in that "town-weighing! nine among the Monnaflr.If .. ;:1 h

been badly repaired can rely Five to be sure. huudrVd and thirty-five pounds The khorlett -
beLorongbly refitted tnd lull veil from baring additional value to those which have | _
JL are ROMU a.w inexcslli-nt,bare conditijn for the purjwse upon bating them rut right at IIH shop.fc5 been impart designed lo render her more :1ccl' sihle. '! Arrah, be. me sowl Lad luck to 'ho man l king about six feet higH, weighing two hundred a7 you are rich, .Klpense L"ii'

v '.XD JK|. Th PwUic are invited tc cjll ( : All '(warranted ifelI usc,} .f' It will exhibit the wise policy, which dictated that lould > e' 111.1 l fifty' six. ?.
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| tion explains-the-apparently harJi terms mrloe I I Faction!*!* ,. .Judge Hawktn I II for th FiJi tt Journal. I BY TELEGRAPELLATERFROMEUROPl. !I rellou-Citizent, ST.rOrIIc ef Florida :-Since, the 17,1353.aojoufni -

nn&- journal.T towards him last week, which we I ere repeat: I When men surrender themselves, body and soul, Central America o__ !i I n' of Congres I li.ite received front Democratic

., '. I to faction, they scent to lose all self-respect and to last that Southern friends in diflunt o'lhe State, a number
i Pretending to I* a Democrat, his political j In our we endrnore to prove >I dij"in.

,.. lseh'o.ls.and fcecom htiifly incapable of discriminating l be- I be Lest the Union, for I 1: of Ktte.'sani have p.ronai interviews with others
-- -. -- -----" --- tory hat been a series of treasons and I i expansion for bet --- -- ---- I
Wa them rise before urging and pealing tre in the, terms,
strongest
A LLA A8.JX : to this day he Las the confidence of no man in ,i tw ecn right and w ron, see the the Smith and best for the rrgious to be annexed ; ARRIVAL ri& or THE !>I toat once Jvtlsre I ii.yst-lfcn. Iiidependtnt Candidate
the and employing <
-e the State who makes any pretensions t political i people speak: through press that the physiological fallacy a the bottom of their for Congrc. Further" ; I ban received similar -

1858. Snfration That he posse- the element lo ca- j whatever of reason, language an. l pow\rs\ of BDcil organisation' could only b eradicated by a It-tiers front Old Line Whigs, and Americans

.ATtRD.\t.tLY31 i. argument they po efttto suits in and advocate would I11DILT.otjon many ol which support, and all defend in the main:
= r -- jole and trick the honest, unsuspecting masses, to a may thorough reorganization .bidl require conquest -

bEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.rOK limited extent, is unquestioned, but they arc not I sentiments and principles which have no foundation and tit sufjection of the inferior to the superior I ( Declined 1-Sd., and Cloned Dull.THE'uiAJlIIirNtiNljEfuRN I Presee-mt in BUthal.o'the Confederacy.* Administration in d.frDe o
i right
': l long in finding out the innate dishonesty I I Ij i i. truth, honesty or right reason, which Ir\rni race. The question then arise, wheretthouldw CL V our ii. Mtul, That the Convention system, at ran
plliNal I
COXGKKBI : j of the man. "\Ve My that the ofce chief direc- j temporarily only, with the people, by force of pnjudiie begin ? .' practised in the State, Lea raised up a pwe. U--

I tor of the Alligator movement precisely suited to i and blind assent to the most transparent I Isophisms. Our possessions upon the Pacific naturally suggct TiE CAHLi: 1X.F.KT SFAHTKP .% :. It OX lth! ,'two n the M.iri; >mi rt auJ ,Ill people ut'fr cb-

HON. 6K B. HAWKINS. i It is almost inexplicable that men of j __H __ __ i i nuic.f th! spiiit of the ore, and the ngltaoTtl*
: hi, gtniu. He It an agitator by nature, a trickster : one of the Lrthmn routes a the proper course : *
QiEBir, July 24. The Montreal occ&n ateamnshmijm! ] ,; .viherthat; tli!* MSenLas grc b habit and and, p-irently| good intellectual powers and enlarged j of travel between the Atlantic and Pacific Three I I "
consequently -
1 I conspirator practice i irrttpoisitilily the and 'ccW%" sne ITS
) bJ should Indian, Capt. TIit-uus Jour, has arrived with LivV :i I to reorlfJ .
roa ASSEMBLY : I capacity of reason Gld judgment appear them'elves for consideration Tehnan- : M .
the wire-pulling, concealed! tortuous present our I lltli. 1, the clear duty u the j>\ er *r JenoraFvu .

J. Galbraith, R. C. Williams, I work necessary to give to that assemblage tome prominent before the public a the ttaunch supporters tepee, belonging to Mexico; Z calgf belonging pool accoiints to Wednesday, July pub.i.; agents to such an extent that' a.fr cf

T. B W. Brevard, Jr., J. B. Christie. show of rwpectability, is just adapted to his capacity t I of principles ah'J actions utterly at variance I to the independent republic of ::, and : Commercial. ,.Cuigress l>y rajnrj, who fro.n sis the fromptly com0.0 >treasuryth paid for tt-*nk r service nothing*

J and in agreement with Lis disposition. To I will tbettaching good judgment and sentiment Panama, to the confederacy of New Granada. The I Liverpool Cutlet Jfarltt. Sales of Cotton for ', 01 becoming employed, by auuciation, cd priva-

Hotel. t open, nanly, told conduct he is a stranger; but, I of rrprety. this thing is done constantly in I first has been but little Uje iUflatiral advantages three days 15.0W bales, of which speculator and V corp rations, t
Planter ..iLI all the arts of quackery and juggling dema oar day, illustrating only the fact, bO'eer that being far inferior to either of the others. Besides, exporter took l.Ooobaheseaclm, leaing to the trade .tune and talents, wben it .holl.be used t fri,

Tint well known establishment will lie opened to I truth may be distorted by the medium through bales. Thy declined but the .protect, and defend the ri ard interests
gogut-ism he is perfectly familiar and in their practice it would only suit the Gulf the Atlantic mukt -d 1 I ;
the public "Q Monday next under the management which it presented to our gaze, but cannot be dc- | prt 13.)0 decline in the and all whole people ; that they: h.ve create venal publc.Ienliulfut.
fill especially \ihen fee-king to injure a man )he ports beng nearer to icaagJ : Time principal was I"wet grades, destructive !
of C. Howard Pisher of this clly. See advertisement I Bile t
hates and fears, he U in hid native element and stroyed. As the medium, finally proves frail and has also show, that ah'r expenditure of millions qualities closed dull. ;, .State, and the harmony, h.ppiut' and prosperity

in another column. breathes Lie native air." I perishable, and falls away truth rdiatlitb upon the Panama route, it does not offer the Slate of Tra( .-Manchester advice: were unfavorable !i: of the people ;-that they have, t. :great cxtea .

.Standard. That such I man can le elected A the Representative brighter intelligence and more convincing jw 'er. cheapest or speediest mode of communicating between -there was little] enquiry, and prices were :! .* furaljud end discouraged a high and in dtttntertttedupublio
I IB m.ttngt'cxuii patty man-
.ack.oDwlle A serious evil of extreme fat lions zeal consists in Itment.
New York and California. but weak. i'
\V. elcome into the Democratic of1oridn. we will not say is.improbnblf but i } we -i .ngement ouJ party drillibe ehie qU3itC3tiol: fOt
w
the recklessness induced
which
brotherho to
impossible. We cannot bring ourselves to believe .ib men are notice the btRttit of this great travel for the .pol.ticu! pufcrujcut d discouraging abusing!*

this new candidate for public favor recently started. that even the American party would be willing to commit acts against the decencies of jiolilknl ubhigations. years 1853 1854 and 1835, (the latest we have,) we General Net.The who date u:lcise personal independence-tlat a

ai Jacksonville. It i published by Ramon Canova, entrust the interests and honor of their State to We see things done and suggestions deliberately will perceive that the Transit .ttr bipgaflmMn, engaged in attempting "*large number upholding this: tytjtem ileoytLeft-

and edited by Dr. Holme Steclo. The first num- made which of immediately Nicaragua to ).1\-_ the Atlantic cable, had returned to : pejieucyai.d some even Ih. vsercf right of men,
such hands. They may love the treachery thnt betray perversity plit was able to (compete successfully with the Panama QuceiMow I '. unJrr ccrtair: by a Jrxirroa
Wf of of eC.titonshicb
earnest support -
give promise vigorous cal character that can be accounted for
prompts opposition to a regular Democratic candidate } route. noUilhstandiBg the latter was "subsidized It has been dctertnined the Atlantic 11 manoeuvre is asHy; i.blunrJ vote oilirrvrire"
croocratie and We commend it by TelegraphI I
men mea5ure' but they must and do despise Company
on
to the party throughout Stif. only lo instance the course of Dr. Weslcott, "ho again "a id in practice,'nj log the right if'he people, Ifcc
that
There is
nothing in his in his our amount was spent
-- past Itolor present Las announced himself as a candidate for Congress I gvrnment" I upon the 171h! of July, in another attempt to hay the I 'S citizens of the Slate, to act rr t* 'ftht ia th-

Democratic Ticket In KladUou.We surrounding, that afford* the slightest guarantee in to the candidate the Nicaragua it would carry the whole of I submarine lble. .elective frl.chi5'} in reality, silent and stealthy:

against Lis the State to the worst opposition regularly appointed I the California travel In answer, therefore, to the the relation of "Common "
,
teter.igu
have neglected to tat that Col McQueenrJ betraying that Uie [ ha l establishing
I I I was reported :llomm.lat > ma
of that he himself ollcg'mnro
enemies the to which professes above to where 'I'I .and U e tub/edt the nato fruit or"whicb
of peop'e ,
the of pry question proposed, we | Itc
Souf. | a shoul
Tfaxtt.. It** lx>en nominated the Democratic I isittn range dcmonMnx- sacred at Judd'ih about t\veny! Christian, iuclu-
candidate for the Senate from.Madiion, La probability that tie ,1e ding the English } l\ 'uK
tion wlilever indicating that he is the choice of all 'rlnth > -' by few managers, they: th .ienJ*,,
and counties and that C. CCoffee. tial question will be made by the 'eSden-1 reasons are, first; commercial. Compared t V ,
layette Taylor Capt Vie for that high position, lIe the Late news had Wen received froMl India: and (/1miI I; 'may become poicer-holdeitfors, fish or unwise
members of which are to be elected thi3 people assumes I with) the other two, in a commercial point of view I
Neil Hendry and M.V.. McLeary Esqx., of tactics and n: but was unimportant It i ii further aid,thai lh.4 neglect of oar
purJ.es.
are the candidates for the House from the came during the next year, a!Who, within the limits cf I responsibility] ignoring party party Nicaragua has greatly the advantage. its port in I i.iterrst*,at the teat of the Federal Goa ,-

counties. A ticket, and one that should induce this commonwealth, be he Whig, American or ugel that Le may gratify the fell spirit of re the O rib!>catt san Juan de Nicaragua the Later (rom Mexico.Na's f i ,eminent, is now beyond further enlurJncrj tint bc-

a cordial\strong and enthusiastic Democratic support Democrat, with such a contingency in view, is I venge, and attain selfish objects that lie concealed fine:* by far in Central America, and furnishes ORLEANS, Ji.ly Advicehave been received j I. .lhr important iuteruU negl.! cteJ,the Fed"eral -

to commit as yet, in the darkness of his own bottom. Lakes and ( from the Rio Grande and Mexico to the 2Ut II i if Government justly o\'e, our citizen l>e-
tiling t the lips of John Wt the through :Managua and Nicaragua the '
UMnd dollars,
The he in issue in his circular
Thespian Exhibition. voice of Florida T Who can trust a man whose pint puts are not San Juan river,an outlet fory rich territory. While f I ult Sun Lois has been captured by Vidaurri. I for harJ strv.ccsperformejduring: the bu-nin hut

The exhibition on Thursday evening at the political life has been a succession of intrigues sikh as wi cause a deep and anxious interest to the other two furnish merely I means of travel between is rumored that Zulonga has abandoned the city ef I 0*and drenching rains of sumner, and the ehilinl

Capitol ..a treat to our citizens a very Urge ".llos character is the very embodiment of political be taken in the controversy which he endea'ol to the Atlantic and l'aeife. this is the centre of Mexico, the liberals being about to unite against I .'winds of winter, ren.tatilj cwamp ald ,

of whom attended. The pieces performed flhello deception and treachery? originate in the Democratic party of this State.- a large l local interest of the surrounding trade. We the city. I| .1 and >sleeping op n IU&cl., -dcr. lo riJ the conn-
!ub For he admits, there is difference of I try of a savage foe a work which ojld hut been
were .Xapolcon's Old Guard'' and 1e Toodle" -- .K--- broadly 0 prefer 1icrng S3 the initial point in Americanizing .performed by the Government Ions; since; and that

The performers, though amaleor, entered into he from Me Jacltonrille Standard, July :2. opinion between himself and Judge Hawkins in re $regions, for political reasons. From the TIREE DAYS LATER PROM EtROPF. :I '. but lit tie,if any effort has been made by o" r present'Representative

spirit of their several parU and showed that with I We are indebted to the gentleman to whom gard to national politics. Nor docs he air: that constant anarchy and revolutions that Lave prevailed I ARRIVAL-OF THE I IEC elected toaitrnd to our interests,
i political considerations should be ignored in the in .to have tde' Volunteer sIdier paid for ih s valuable-
.strut brief hour the regions, the of the dominantor
practice they can a upon ,'a. addressed fur the following letter from the tbos power
and which has now Tong
Le "servieelcrfrmncai,
contest, while would have the election ben 1
stage" with no discredit to themselves. Hon. D. L. Yulee,and invite the special attention of present ruling class has been much weakened. It wula ,delayed, and when the regular soldiers ''
turn questions not political in their character
The exhibition 'i be repeated this afternoon our readers thereto It is a large instalment of that upon therefore present a smaller amon.Lt of opposition .. .ia the nrighborhohd and the Seminole captured
and which form the basis of his
to the Coton Slh !
opposition
commencing at 4 o'clock, (doors open at 3,) for the full vindication of Mr. Hawkins which he in han any other, and b'easier held when once obtained. 11 and emigrating, are paid pr..nmptlythmat IOW t!
person regular nominee of the party of which the Doctor a. tie time for a movement by the people against d"demoralising
benefit of the children, and on Tuesday evening will soon make to the people of Florida, and especially .'aims be a member.Now_ to enntle man. I ia: I C\antr finely adapted to Jtgo NEW YORK July 26. The Royal Mail steamship convention "stcmthd public .t-

next, the proceeds of which will W set apart fa those immediately interested, against the busy this clashing f of profession with any slavery, thought by some even to surpass Europa, Capt John Leitch, was boarded off Cape 'tention. is already awakened to the subject, Ac.1

the Mount Vernon Ascociation fund. and interfiled clamors of Lis political enemies. IraCU'5profestjjof There i raid to be a move on foot t secure some Race by the yacht of the Aseocialed Press, and her I i i. well known.by mv nle-I intimate rrclds.that
and "
.- It will be seen from Mr. Yulec's letter that the Democracy factious opposition to the legitimate of the border States of Mexico and bring them news tflegraphed to this city. The Europa left public life has no charm fur me ; I .1 the

Dr. .John Wentcott a Candidate (or Con- failure to procure the appropriation for the payment representative cut, must appear a the result into the Union as slaves States, in order to secure Liverpool on the i7th inft, and bringa news three etpb.nl. and and bad skier dctrrmin-.J to and leave it is such mil
of now only
grot. of the military of the Slate, was placed beyond I political subterfuge and moral depravity)', and t that equality to the South which is n for day Inter than the Indian. from the yoongcr strongest appeal nindl of men; whom I know to
to the lust wetk, this the eeer
candidate
Contrary opinion expressed the power of Mr. Hawkins to remedy the so, thUelcumstance 1 far from de the permanency of our confederacy. By a comparison Liverpool Cot 1 JfarLet. The salts of Ccttsm fur b gaud *nd true, that I consent to become. ta lade-

notorious individual ha announced Ilin1elr as 1 evil; and, 1 far from being an idle and indifferent serving the countenance and support of honest men, too tedious to make, between the States of the week preceding.the sing of the stejmer were I pendent can Ldate for Congress, and declare mclf
candidate for Congress in opposition to the Democratic Le should incur their most unqualified condemna accord.rglv
Judge In another spectator of this wrong, .lIe was vigilant, earnett Mexico, Tamanlipas New Leon, Coahuib, CLlhua! j 37,0 bales. All qualities Lad slightly deelired. FELLOW CITIZCNJ is generally known, that I

nominee la1'kins and enthusiastic in his efort" t have justice done tion.The hun and Souora and tat of Sicaragua it would be TIme market closed quiet! -holders:not pressing sae! little over to year. ago: I I published and d.atribut.dthroughouthe
column we publish his address to the people of the of the
the vaulting .mbtio e1f.nnounced candidate that the i Of the sales for the week small in relation
Volunteers of this State.It len advantages were immensely in favor reported speculators Sate,a pamphlet to

State, and direct attention to it as a model specimen i well understood from what and in. has clearly o'erleaped the bounds of that of the latter They are not 1 well adapted to the took 1,80 and exporters 3,0) bnlos. Prices declined I our public )hand funds and advocating .1.1 pre for

of political cunning and hypocritical cant quarter prudence and forecast claimed for him in his political the lands of the Stale to actual it tiler*. i* also
fluence these clamors and assaults come; but, so far African, owing to their mining interest, which during the week 1-18d @ i.1 General A"llen G. Johnson
The this be well knownthat 1 urged ,
why man, to
reason professing a machinations of earlier times and -
I Democrat thus sets himself in from injuring Mr. Hawkins, they will but serve to we can only would require a great quantity costly machinery; The stock on hand i 638ICi bale, including now decease!, to become an independent canJubte.
up opposition account for this misadventure
t place him in a stronger position in the confidenceof by supposing that and, in order to introduce slavery into those States, 50.00 J\merican Tbe argument reasons for desiring such a court
Democratic usage is of course understood. ii he, viewing matters the unreliable medium aee
through .
I his constituent, inasmuch as he will soon showto it would be necessary that the natural causes-soil, STATE OF Ts.mvs.-Time Manchester( advices are are upr.1. a Pr ate" corrrspondtncetohidt.Thi
true, he say, It i well known by my most intimate of an intoxicated ambition, has attached undue importance -", after the decease i>l General
| favorable. All of correspondcn-r .
them that injustice has been done him, and climate and products-would be so powerful to qualities good are .Juneing.-
that life has charms for that A Johnson, was fn>m amo bu
public no me, to the manifestations, in some of impropeily procured ig
portions
fen. Li. conduct Las been that of a faithful publii servant overrule all other considerations. Nor are theyconvenient The weather is favorable to crop", whUrh are in and detached and garbled sentence stealthily
,
tut it letter knoWn by the came "most 5 minutefriends" the State, of dissatisfaction with Judge Hawkins paper
: t any State from which slaves might excellent condition. nasal, to charge me with abandoning Democratic
that ent position hostility to the for the miscarriage of the for the t
bs'r }'.UHDIA, Fin., July 17, 1868. appropriation payment be secured. Texas has not enough for her own priHti/le If ihe advocating of low pii-e foi State
Democratic sentiment of the State owing chiefly of the volunteers. We frankly admit GtuC1a1 News. lands to monopolies! a'sn' the principle
I very oppomtion
DJCAK Sia:-The attempts to charge Judge Hawkins nee, and of course could spare none to such neigh I ; a ;
t the fact of -his having been despoiled of the that the first intelligence of the failure of this bill, The massacre at Jedda was attracting much at I Independent cttudt with fault in regard the failure of the military If, then, that territory was be acquired,
t br t tention of tie! i i. I have yet to learn Low M
wrbng
charms of public life by (ejection from the office the Congressional record thereupon unex- throughout Europe. I was reported that I voter,
pay appropriation is wholly He with it would be for the free States. They would cer acE I have occasion to uv more upon thin subject
unjust England and France the may
of General of Had he been
Surveyor re Hawkins bore cheerless 1.L-c
plained by Judge 'oul occupy
a
FOrll. vigilant, earnest and enthusiastic in his efforts. Its aspect tainly populate it by their emigrant aid societies, at I Future time developing ,tLe clr4ctt ot
as ho expected and desired, he would hare Indeed, did then and do A large force was preparing to Gwn-
sympathizing, as we now, recapture ) In connection with
tine men an principle
failure '&due causes he could not overcome, and soon bring them up to .the doors of > thi.ubjec
ben atiafed 'rLI the loaves and fshe in poises t with) that numerous and deserving class of our CngHknoking lior, which was taken by the rebel it was charged upon roe that I would not, an
and will be admission
explained to the public by himself ru as free Sfate ,
sion. and not now h found seeking .the charms of fellow-citizens deeply interested in this measure, TJis The Europa experienced moderate weather during not adhere, to party "pt ;" that this was*>peel-
when he reaches this section of the State he will @ course, would defeat the in view to wit not
,6 very point : her She ed of me. Hia true,my ,that I did
anew seat in sp6k a steameron feloW.itizen.
In
public through a Congress. we felt inclined administer a rebuke for pftsssge. large scrci
le" in a few clays t sharp the increase of Southern slave States; and, far -.ninever did, and never wiI Ly to the "iron
plain English, then, he a disappointed office- laehoas the volunteers 1 the 23d. '
apparent are now doingin follow of mistaken
i rule, or bl>ndlj in foo'step
The
Democratls
Las accomplishing good, would but hasten
beggar He has been fed, for the last four year, |lor. passed l e fulythrugh the absence of an explanation, from our worthy from any The London Times pronounces the Agamemnon "party, la lrrB," to sacrifice your best int ruts at

both him and his family; by the Democratic party, to many trals its strength and fidelity, representative, which cannot fail to satisfy fair our subjection or a dissolution. unfit to lay the cable, and proposed to build a ship their d'.ftntion.: Yet all Ln'I'my polilc; ; that I
and has had too much experience of the wiles of any The military reasons are Ml i l favor of Nicaragua. have ind cUfccded: democratic '>"iicty -
/
and now be turns upon the same ,like another minded man, however dcply concerned for the fate cor that special purpose, if the Las iatlman cannot al'uUrrrltlt
pry it enemies, to be deceived now by false clamors, I Northern Mexico[ the distances [rare be obtained. >! my first vote for President .fur
viper, and would sting it to of that here
; .And would
right we assure for James Buchanan. In
:
or to be lead out of its organization under the mtAEore great, water and provisions scarce, It would be General Jackfon, rny lat
I i. not our purse t examine in detail the address decoy our volunteer friends that this statement is 1 Three IlndJeJ I persons hind been injured by the State matters, where pricc'ple; was involved, 1 have
of false Now, as ever, it is prepared to difficult to carry on successful military
bearing his signature. There I. but a lgbt. made from partisan considerations. The matters (operations explosion of fire 'ork in London. ever co-opcratrd with and votrd for Dt orts. In
pint do honorable battle against all comers, and is too n without an immense force and
But land
great to
or two in it which we shall refer. The reder involved are of vital concernment regard expense. Spain hnd sent a remonstrance for British in ulta j advocating cheap *-opposition monopoliesfree -
t true in it honest instincts not recognize the to t b in Nicaragua, communication is abundant and easy, agency in vulinjr, and the right of citizen to be-
will note, however, that while the writer is carefulto t ed and treated of in that light. Judge Hawkins on CUIA. i
I candidates independent tf raevst, or of conventional -
enemy under of in any livery. I provisions are plenty and it is well watered. core ,
any
assert that be has voted for Democratic men and digis in his representative capacity bad failed to do all Tlc Turkish troops Lad three conflicts with the nominations,I vi">Iai. no *ritii.ple of teachings -
The impression prevailed that opposition to Slaves could be easily brenght from other regions
sustained Democratic Measures in the past there bs Le could for the perfection of a measure in which Montenegrins, but finally drove them to the moun of t'ic Fathers. I must c '- .( cr, I never -
i Democracy had ceased in Under this delusion and shipped directly into the Besides
Forda. country. tains. The Mnssclmen the Christians koCy a part so just, so reasonable, and strictly
not a word uttered going show that he now two thousand of our citizens are interested be were drmng
t sup (for i is not in the nature of man that par- owning this country ond bringing it under the influence right in thiags tht a man e-1 b tied bit,
from the Candia. al
will hereafter
or administration cf would have
ports uphold the
th ties should cease) the Democratic party had relaxed serve severest censure of his Southern institutions would tend to give strictly fnJ blindly follow it. in height" and violennce -
Mr. Buchanan and, our be worth constituents. know that lie A strong rebel force Lad arrirtj at Lucknow.V .
; i opinion anything : its interest in the approaching election. But we .made a the South a superior influence in forming our Western and at the same tim one the devise in-
it is, that, considering his factious antecedenisLis faithful representative. He Puma the pfoud consciousness jenction, do right Fidelity to true interest of
the first note of organized opposition will awake it possessions ; f bringing the mind! of men From California.
< the State and more imperative obligation
utter disregard of the unity and harmony to action, and closing up its ranks once more, it of hating performed his w hole duty to his bear upon this question of slavery and let them see t NEW YORK July 27.-Time !steamship )Ioel Tay than that is I paily higher zationcpecial1y: when nrdbv

of the Democratic party-his innate love of will td1.lor an esy victory in its ancient cause. constituents and his country, and therefore it I unkind it and become accustomed to it, AS exercised in onr hoe has arrived. She brings over a million in a fete improperly t Shall we "mito be drilled

mischief, hatred of men and total want of princi Yours, respectfully, and unjust, with Democrats least, to depreciate States, would create a wonderful in the specie. by the mahila-ry ol fixed-up" fn'fnt.n. to turn
very reTolutiol
plebe M secretly an opponent of the administration his integrity and undermine his The Frazier River excitement aside from duty > oar Mate and it cita.,to '
continues unabated.
wtif1
D.
I* YULEE.Education. ppularty. public mind. This would give to us the moulding. If here is
and will co with its enemies whenever passion ever was,
operate triumphant re election is due party
Ii t hm somewhat, of the mind of the Pacific coast Passing The reports are almost fabulous. The Indians are cettity now for be intervention ofany mm, diet .f

the opportunity prent I elected at all, he to the party. He occupied-a higt position a Wash through this and seeing the practical pouring into that section and Oregon indi"riminately. men, between the free exerciae,time free will and un

lovks for success t the various shades of opposition It .exalts the just pride t"trotism" to read ington. He made many .by his amiable and workings of the territory institution as exhibited under A general) massacre was feared. bias choice of the elector to vote for whom Le

within the State, and his silence on the subject of endent of all convention
the following extracts frt the report "Visiting correct deportment/Lis honesty of purpose, and pleases ir.dq> caucuses or
tbe Southern masters would
the administration is a bid for their rotes. necessarily create a change Oregon Kleolton. 1 he cirC'lm.toneCllIncJu which I am a candidate

address the writer Committee of the Wesley Female) College at fidelity t party o\1gtionl in their sentiments- change, too, that would become In lime Oregon State election the democratic ticket I confess, fellow-citzens, fill me with deap solicitude
I ha cunningly attempts to Macon." We exclaim with is the We )have that he will be reelected .. .
joy, 'Ti first, every cOtdenee permanent after freeing themselves was elected. The Cuss Heron for the result;not for the empty vanity of succes* -
anticipate an exposure of some of his feats of plt31joggling and therefore the oldest, Female College in the over all the conglomerated elements of op- from the filthy publications of Sle".IIA treaty was rejected not for the contemptible ambition! for place ; bat for

He says: world." We rejoice in everything hat redounds position. And why not T S far as the ..ppropriation a polluted prlsKot by the Gronadian Congress. The Steamship Line the evidence it will afford that there i i. a laudable
only so, but it would be but a step in the acquisition between pinwall and Havana has been withdrawn awakened in the Slate to the importance of the)
.spirit
"It 1 generally known, that a little over twoyenta to the glory .f our sister Southern State, and of measure is concerned, what will be
1 and distributed we aceompUe of Cuba- step, too, of importance.Sentrel .- from their regular trips The steamers people acting directly 'from their own/rr l&iU. upon

the ago a publibe in relation throughout our public Tallahassee may begin to hold op our Leads when bhl dcfeTougb hs opponent may elected America and Mexico would gradually come hereafter stop Key West. 'i subjects of importance in government.

lad Stl .mll, pmphle a low price t for the talking on a subject like this, because arrange Judge Hawkins will retain his seat until the into the same position and our "eqnality A-. It you should honor me with tvour confidence, it

lands of the State actual settlers," mcntd arc now made here which will in 4th of Mach next, before which time this measure b permanently will be my highest desire to become a Dcful.geul.
t future secured. The Queen of the Antilles, too, is In another column may be found an interesting and to interest by all means in my
promote your
Here I an allusion to a certain pmphlet circu give us a good schools, female and male, a can be will have passed into a law and the demands of already by the country a an acquisition sketch of the self-nominated candidate. for Congressin power, and to sEek to advance the welfare and prosperity

during Uie of 1856. found even in Georgia. One thing only we lack our citizens promptly paid regre place. Tt suffer it Africanized opposition to Judge Hawkins of the Commonwealth.!
J.tr nmpig ilM tUt tk
t b Of course we cannot to the faithfulnessof
and that is a Steward's Let lady judge a Your obedient servant
sign of which t.fet the price of public Deprent any ChMe. would be a disgrace to our country and a firebrand the picture, but if it is a true one, the people of JOHN WES-ICOTT.
Maor
lands, but the defeat of Gov. Perry. That such WAS or gentleman properly Touchr for, open a Louse This distinguished gentleman, is in our midst Our country should cling with "i do> themselves and the country at .. -

II intention is well known t Westcott's most in- here for the board of boys or girls, and our opin- been recommended by his friend i repCtba tenacity t the strict Monroe doctrine, and allowno large a great injustice by sending the original toCongress. Florida Politic

ion is will soon filled. We are need of at a By a .-Savannah Georgian, July 27. Tallahassee Floridtan t
timate friends" and to many leaders of the American i b i a candidate for :Maj. Chase il other government colonize or forfn We learn from the *-<
a t
half a dozen good boarding house But to Cngtl Demo protect Journal that Maj. Jno. Beard has declined to accept
That lie to defeat the let "picture" is true to nature, featureof
party. rates this continent
France is endeavoring Tlc every
cae111ore : c-at, not now in tlt country, Le Laving recently upon now the nomination for Register of Land The Major
Democracy in that campaign 1$known beyond a the report: and not without to it The Georgian, will find in another part cf
sailed for England with view of punLasing iron success, create a powerful alleges as a reason that private engagements will .

doubt In connection with the same mbject of ex "The College first commenced its exercises in finish the road between Pcnsacola and Mont. influence in Central America. We should resist to day's paper that i has been touched up slightlyand not permit him to canvas the State, whirh dutyhe

of his tricks he January 1839. The collegiate education of femaleswas t somewhirt seems to think would be required of him.
again: such
says What he would do in the every encroachment even at the point of the impoTeJ
pur then in gomery. premises were
an experiment, not only our own VTe regret this determination on the part o(314Beard
"It is also well known tht I urge Gln. Allen country, bet an untried experiment even in Eu- Le at home, we Lave no means of knowing, but i bayonet We should give them on .American policy, V The for the reason Limit we think he would discharge

G. Johnson,now deceased, CI' independentcandidate. rp no thnt, for whatever else we maybe in I our opinion, that under no circumstances would and send forth American cannon A the preachers Apalachicola) .Adeerliter of the 22d inst., publishes tie duties of the office with credit to himself

The argument and reasons le desiring t foreigners, we owe them nothing for Le allow his to be used of it the card of the Florida delegation relating t and to the satisfac'ion of the people of Florida.
such a course are in a private correspondence the standard of Female Education name a a rlnytg point the
raising to bill learn that the Hon.
uprf a regular 'roluntecrsppropriaton and From the same source we
AVe have
not noticed the interest which Americana .dd
to bim eoondencf after thedecease collegiate course. Nearly twenty years have for disorganizing the Democratic party. The Ceo. 3. Hawkins, the present member of Congress

of General Jo11nsn, impll procured gone into the past since the abate date, and the already possess in Nicaragua. We looked above card from ont entire Congressional from that htite, has arrived at home in fine health,

from among his pp.. and College still stands a proud monument to tho sagacity The 3fadison 3feuenyer compliments Dr. West with sympathy t Walker, and feel, as Mr. Hawkins delegation, as to the why the appropriation and a about to canvas the State for re election.
the
garbled sentences d, to charge me of the mind which conceived it and for payment of the Florida volunteer failed in the Detcocratic
in the of -
I .an cott and plainly intimates, i not a disposition very truthfully remarks that isis failure vat i i'm trust I As we feel an interest success
,
ourI
with abandoning Democratic n"nripk.t. Hous we entirely satisfactory to
successful Its
experiment existence is like ,
Florida and
way of everybody
ner friendly) his success, at least an indifference hi We however party
1 as grealetlfault. by no means consider Tampa Bay The personal and
ti t This looks apparently fair on its face, but a true now put l> contingency, for a no period of t ical friend eotenrri pJt have a desire to see an able and efficient representative
its it in tbe election the Democratic nominee. We his destiny and that of Central America dependent throughout the
aI'\' of the correspondence referred to willgive history was a more flourishing condition."The c b StL sustained and as our pant r has a large circulation
explanation Altuxnit rf the College ntfmber SIO, besides lee the editor of the Memtnger was f delegate to each upon the other. Other spirit would may reasonably congratulate themselves in Florida, we feeI at Lberty to My a few
of the
knowledge fact that his election does depend
to i another appearance. the pvsent Graduating Class} and the friends the Monticello Convention, and Lis voice in arise equal to the task, under banner the the not Words upon the sul ject to our brethren in that
of
gave .hO on support or countenance such vacillating -
Gen. Johnson, will be remembered, was a of the College have the gratification of knowing
SUte.
It that of this number Las such favor of the nomination of Judge Hawkins by acclamation chivalry of the South would Still, Walker friends a the Tampa man, who, in hi. issue of
rally.
Democrat, high in the confidence his no one large In the first place, then, w hope that no member
prominent and the certain read o a course in life A to bring a reprcb punue upon her and we cannot for a moment think, from hat merit He Las opened the rtll and directed the 3 iDt of eulogized t the skies Judge IL as the of the party, from di'*atiifacf(ion arising from any

pry, on te rreftmlcpt- Alma 41a Many of them rastohi important relations our knowledge of his stern, unyielding Democracy, the public mind to the issue that involved. He of Eat on the 10th inst.on the cause, will listen to the opposition and allow Mum-

Know Vothingism obt.intd a foothold 1 society as teachers, Ac., all of them now that what appears t be the sentiment of the article has shown what facility this result receipt the above a leter fm inurete pr.respecting elf to be brought out in opposition to Judge Haw-

Ford D. VTestcott, seeing that the hidden machinery in life are.pursuing the paths of virtue and of use- wit geA may en, altwing kin. The Jw 2T. party of Florida know their
to .leb we allude is a correct indication of what be accomplished. slightest at times time fo instincation or vindication, write a damag-
of that organization the f lnfTis gratifying result shows that there Tlc may 'veaknes They will not make a nomination, but
.. very engnery I>( cfbe1 objet4.ime at besides that ofcultivating U to be hi. course in the premise direct the future of empires. As the poet remarks: ing article against the customs and use of theDemocratic prefer to adopt the desperate and disputable remedy
needed the cloak and
by one requiring of darkness for the be party their nominee fu
known
m and remembered. "A in the C-lg' to divide the Democracy and defeat Judge
his deeds of treachery,identfr himself with it,and that the founders of the College united New Cotton. pebble streamlet scant o c Hawkins.

In an evil hour Gen Joulln ..induced, A,. with the higher grade of Female Eo.tlon the New Orleans dispatches announce the receipt of A Has turned on the the course of plant many a river, SCICIDC.-Ghent, the mailrobbr, who had been It is of the utmost importance to the Democracy

I of the affections-the f the dew-drop baby for some time confined (charged with of Florida that should be united and harmonious -
Eve in Eden,to listen to the suggestions of the temp training two L.le of ne# cotton at that city on the 2Clh Has the giant oak forever. they
And to this is attributable, in its place the w.re robbing the mail) leaped from the window of the at this hard and wall fought
ht.r juncture. By
ter, and be, too, became a Know Then inst., from Texas. The three bales last This is third room in which he confined,
Noti I fat which allusion Las been made. tn year a question of 1i importance t the story .. duringthe battles they have obtained a clear and well-defined

..that the "correspondence occurred to which .- from the same source "tr received on the 19th South, and depends for its n solution and success night of the 14th lust, and ..taken up in a majority in the SUte. It is important that they

cllusion i made. It was carried on in great secresy, We observe that our ,in his funny way, day of August The first bale hcar of last year the youtH and manhood of the age. Let them dying condition endeavoring living only a few hour Whether should maintain it, and there ia no good and sufficient -
he intended
ntgbr was or suicide should be
and far as Westcotl concerned, not makes himself received in Richmond, Texas, on the 7th of upn t escape reason why at this moment iU IOM
only Democratic ,a
m.rke 6 merry over our equal t the task and perpetuate the glory, the seems a moe Caeon Our opinion however, hazarded. It ia true that the action of DentoemUfi

with the cabalistic signs and symbols peculiar t jars, but fel.itt himself on having fore.seen August lord our institutions t the is that Intnde escape or die in the attempt, representatives in Congrea upon the slavery issue

all conspiracies. I i not positively known the state of affairs now existing. We pr3nencyor. ALPHA. a he was daring,desperate man, end undtbte. has not given universal satisfaction at the South.
t llpt The election in Kansas on the Lecompton constitution late psty ly of the crime which be
what guilty not dor eom-
extent Gen Johnson yieldr&the intrigued however, that our eoteroporary's (o wiL .a. ehre But the Dmo rae of Florida are >
of bit but it ar.not comes off on Monday nut tbe same day on PnU Er, July 18 than that of other Southern States to remedy
elpnent 1 eri".d beyond a from any gift bestowed upon him, but from which Senatorial Content lo HI!no". patent clear that
Missouri State election Ukes Gor.Thaier evil and and it is very
doubt the I TBK insecurity of the an past gone
plte '
jail *
tht WHoLt planned and urged the bIrayal from certain intimation and received, An active and fierce is J.-Te county disaffected Democrat
"fete" in contest now staging the defeat of Judge Hawkins by a
and defeat of recently Washington, says that if thel.roposLioA pRUe I DO Psne confined within it walls
t. Democratic in 18-56. second-hand, from the "artful dodger; If this be in Illinois 'a candidatefor t make their It knowledge with the aid of 5now hothins votes would
pry 6f is it will St Dugta. escape pleasure.
Congress
Even the address,we are told, which be issued not eo, how cornea it that the Editor knew that rejected b b and the ;ain fight i*to obtain con of this fact that the U.. not secure such a result -
the of Kansas releLo S Mnl
cause people are not to a*. pomp The rule of applied to Cotigresswt1by
the people, prepared ready. The death of "Hawkins would have and disposed to Ghent from competency
t
the. bud opposition tht i I some the burthens of Slate government at present. tl ofthb fe&ture. Ifb ruti': tppelt'i I lk story of St. Mary's .n. he been confined small fry poHticians-A. ... the Bomber of Buncombe -
conspiracy b t. and ex would come fr hb own side of tne house r ButI Abram a of Hd nuke i and i&bcnl
JoDlllipp I -* Lnc1n. man no oiHlinar/ ttet in the jail, W, doubt not hare long speeches they a poor
to light a death we are al. what course will the Sentinel pursue? Will i i tVW GOT. Render It 1 said, will be te .Union" great intuenc. With the" r'epttblicatf party of that since made escape The Marshal did a one and-if measured by It,Judge Hawkins wowLl
bi
bt4ened by the treacherous wiles of John W *Uott support Westeott? Cal it conscientiously do so, candidate for Congress the thirteenth District ofreDnBhai State. I a contest regarded with more than tin; wfien r\e hiw to safer quarters;wI fall below the standard; bat we have watched those WhO his.conrsa .

act .he !position into which he had in view of the responeibihiUa to The Union" suggesting the propriety of building ) in Congress; and are Informed by
.lo.e grave attaching referred to is a coal will"beatcbedeiondy by pofi- rmind have tim. best means of knowing; tlat be served

4itatfclf b. seduced and drwl. tin petition of Cnel and the character of bd1.tCD the Know Nothings and Black Re. uuatilter-,< Jrd't\riOitt by'the people of at ne.ju subject have which we propose to notice the people in Florida faithfully tad diligently.He .

L. Th o. t". "t" "'ptfe"ln qucs- the tw* men now before the people? Let us hear I LsubIic& ilie; country;l at' Lin_ I serrrr.J.l"17. we 1f.-P,8t i* a much better maw inemy respect than










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in the rani* of the Democratic PROPOSALS.
officer thereof
a rnan as KTTM may be directed by the commanding ; FES- .
n%rty rind h wltl.il the cK>lee of Hint i-arty. We ALL creditors. Jegates Ind.persons entitled to I'I and, all other things being equal preference will be -
We.'then tliat th! alms cf small and designing or aD1 iu tli.ftt5te of Theodore NAVY DEPARTMENT. ) I given to American manufacture. And bidders will i TRIUMPHANTSILIN : RAIL-ROAD AND STEAMER SPIUY

men rnav be flu tra eJ. and that the party may Le Turnbull,lat oj Jcffereorieonnty, deceased, are litreynotiOed Bureau of Yards and Doclcs. > take notice thnt ,no article will be received after the -

thoroughly mited upon the nominee So present their claims sod demands to July 3, 1858..) I expiration of IHe period specified in tire .1ict'cles I _
AI we notice thnl Judge mw kins Ims been fre. \\ illiam Budd, my ajtcnt at Monticello, duyenten-] I SEAL'-D! PROPOSALS for each class separately I fur tile completion deliveries unless specially authorized 4. CO. ayntlnae lo ilrev as usual 1llET A V fI

fluently and severely censored. for negligence! in tlf ted within the time prescnbed by fr for Cia s No (name the I. by the department ; and that no authority iiha-ut in!,rntflfan.SXVAN .

.at peering fie payment of the Florid) Toluntecrs notice nil! be plead in tar of their reeo\'erv ; cud all i class,) fur the ProJ'uI1 at (name the yard.) will b I is vested iu any other parties than those named in -- .-. -

"' publish below II card rigncd by the whole persons iud.bted to the raid Estate >re requested to received at this officeuntil noon on the pecaod the contract, t,. modify or change the contract ei'Jitras & CO.'S Lotteries tie legal p

t10rHa df'l'gAtion"I ICh pIanos that matter in its n1Ak immediate payment to my aid afcnt. who of August next for lurni.hir&and delivering jit-P to extension of time or as to quality cr qniyitiUcs And Authorized by the STATE of GEO. -

1-rft ILFr"i (fflrgi- fully aolhorited to settle the said Estate accordingtolnw. several navy-yards Bld materials and uiurtieht.uembraced I of 7n3tCI,ialL ._ _- -- I :

4-. -- ,I CAROLINE A. TUR8ULL Ed'x in printed schedules, which "i be furnished It is to b. pruviJed in the contract. Itrid to be distinctly The late attempt to iujvre ottrjirm Aos thoicn. that further Doir"niOflrrip wll be

[ M4"Posicoa Ottt'rcr, Jill, Uwel.] -July -31. 1858.- !3-8" _____ ___ on application and sent by mail, e reue.- I understood by tbe biddere. that the amount car Lotteries are dram fairfy; that era'are prirrs : UNTIL every SafuiJj ci'rtrnrncwg oa the
ted, to persoua desiring to offer tr contract I and number of articles enumerated 1 in claSses! beaded paid pv\fi tally ; and that our tclrtmtt I tKtb met as f JIows:

id I o* th% Bercral .yards, f.r the classes f r which be well to fix data lAr TUF WORLD .
said in the Middl ant Fast asWnst navy may required, as as Arrive Tallahassee at .. 8.15 a. m.
Tlieiel* something baring the Estate
non cemand the yard under their command or by the navy agentnearest : for determining the lowest bid bet the contractoris I -__ --- & 0
; m.
thesrt : TalMniwe at a.
H.nJ* |>'i''r*, to reference lof the m-glett on 1 Josiah Mikt I. IIe lr Jffcrsn county deceased thereto tbe bureau for all the Self will be dra,'n by'. Swan Leave
of C u gi es. la I.rt1Je Tor the p.-JjT of the IT Jt1 will take notice that they must them or by any or 'I to fumioli more or Ie, of the said: enumerated ar- .I TIlE following me 1 Arrive at St. Marls at .9 3( B. m

Ix t- ,
present yards.Joprercf the A >
Hawkin in for liele*. and in .,:(1, qv.an'.itit and at wcA (time, a* Co.. Managers Sparta adey
ida Vu1uneer-4nd Judge lorac* a to the undersigned duly authenticated within the THE STKAMER SPRA Y
conftxion an.il inittoltK in xfaliny the the bureau tr coinmarnhnt reijviie ; such increase teiyiti each of U.cir Single Number Lotteries fur I
share of the odium.Ve publish below the only.aplastiofl time prescribed by law or this notice will t-e plead I c/ert, no bid mil t retired vhich contain clasuijfor I however not t<> exceed matt one third of the quantities AUGUST, 1838at Augusta, Ccorgiinpubflc.uu Will leave the Wharf on arrival of the on for the
we 1 a\e jet sica, but hare every con- in of their and nil indebted to I II .
bJ recovery ; persons more then one in and each dcr the Commissioner -
that the Ju-lgr ill prepared to acquit him'df said Estate make immediate !yard one envelope ; : stated, (and the excess must be authorized by superintendence BAT. KctuinirArrpeat t
Ujriio 'i pavmeut. individual of a firm must sign the bid and contract i the bureauaud rrqnishions sent through the Clatt 27 Drains Saturday ,'t 7, 186R.Cta 2
Ufrre the wi'r of all blamrin the matter There I JOHN ANDEKbON, Admt'r. post- on : S?. M rki at I'J p m.
nTiai| : to h.l'bc.J in our ReprtscntaUir, July 24. 1858. 30-Sw Bidders archer thy cautioned and particularly notified I office shall be deemed sufficient notice) during the ** .8 Vtavt l Saturday Afft It. 1853. Can I e t St. JLiifcs at ,.. u.( p. n.
i" er that the!:r offers must be in the form hereinafter -I' fiscal 30th J 1859 and whet her the -I t 21. 185S. .
Im 'illdicatil.nith: assu- rear ending net ; Clan 29 Draws on Satnrday Ay*< Arrive at TalkhiattO at .5 P. DI.
mid A\I Itit own \ etry --- r
wi
I i Nd prelribed.And be mailed in time lo reach their quantities: required be more or less than those upecined. ('lit 30 Dravt Saturdty August US, 1853.OA ..
rance that he will ettc out with his hm \<"'armshed. 615.NOTICE destination before the time for ; I on : Arrive at Station S at*. ....; .IJ. p. n-
expires receiving the prices shall remam the same.J .
Judge Ilaukin iwveryetvnscaughtnap- Tieltt from Station S throcgi! la tti ?A1 anti
I them no bid gill be considered vltiih bf re All SUXBERS.
of the intrus- ; val J tLu aHMvs.? ruder the contract NT uf t lx of the THE PLAX SINGLE
the intMCt people were rested after the period stated, and no still I ires bade $3 60 .
ing'I'r i best quality, delivered in good order, of &U and .
due his eonst tu.
: and it i i. due him. tic be the wail. Ditto from Tall ihssee.. f 2 00
irt*. and due the demands of justice that roy unfavorable To uncdtforfailiaea guard against of being opened before the I every charge (T expends to the government and subject 50,000 Tickets Ticltt good for Excursion days emle. WLi'e
ofel lo the inspection, count weight or measurement
until he | will
should be ufper.dcd time 5,483 PKIZKS ; these EXl'1r.j"D Trips are cuisitinued the ears
judgment appointed endorse
are requested
on of the said ncry-yrad anl be in all respects satitfUc
.ia* a hearing.We FOR THE 7ESTOKA TIOX OF CERTAJX LAXUS TO the envelor Aboye the address, and draw a hue under to the commandant thereof. Bidders referred NEAtLY ONE PftZE TO ZVEEY NINE TICKEIZTSMAGxinCENT lie over at StationNo.. 3 on Fncl3j un'.1 Satnrdtl
that all tl&oe mtere-ted in tory are in tit evenisnc I.. Ta.labassce. .
flatter ourselves I mornin instead of rthtruiu ,
the
emloisemetA. thus'! ;
,
I MARKET 1 f I to lhe yard for plans specification, or samples "
of that letter deem it a wti'factory : TiE SWEM&! F. HOUSTOUN.
the subject "i Psojrolifor Class Ao. (name thi claisfvrthe) and any further description of the articles. Contrac
explanation d the can'e tluir nppoiritment. STATE OF FLORIDA A'ury-larrf at (name (tie Yard.") tore far classes beaded ** Miscellaneous.'' who do not TO BE DttAWX K\CII \TVnP\Y IX .AUGUST Prevt&n
and .1 con"'nently acquit our RCI'ttentAtle'.n To the Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks reside near tie place TI here the articles are to be 1 Prize of. .!70.0001 Pizesof. .$ N. rrlitssre expected tn furnish their own
Cungrt is of nil blam"In the matter. We appeal Washington, D. C. 4 .800 rrfrexttrirnt
:13 delivered will be requited to name in their 1' 30,000: I
.to them not to infic iujnsticc upon of our ReprefitnUe dis- II' ''pHE grant of land ;by act of CI/rtu. .pJL an agent at the city or principal place near propos31a the 1" lO.fOO I! 4 .700 II June 2-, 1853. ; .2 -t< .

S '* uuder !l.l.ltu tran!port a painful proved May 17, the FORM oy oil'.:.. yard delivery, who may be called upon to deliver 1" 6.000) 4 .600
appointment.; but to eon idiT calmly and dUpiistJontelv to aid in the construction certain railroads therein articles . 4.000 60 500 ABBANGrlMENT
. ) causedthis'diMppointnunt. r (Here date the offer.) mlkottt delay when they shall be required. 1"
I the ra rt'leae fn-m withdrAwal .f the land hereinafter I, (here iusert the name or names composing the will be required and centum aa additional 1" . 1,600 100 . 125 .
As to the Hun. George .S. IlaUnvc feel. it an described notice hereby ttiren that all the vacant firm.}) of(name the town.) in the State of (name the security deducted from twenty each per payment. until 4" 1,000 r 230 .100 / : .
irop'r'ous: duty we to him to stat\ thn so fr land heretofore withdrawn ale State) hereby offer to furnish und- jour adveitise- I
0"1 offered
fro or the contract shall have b completed ct cancelled Approximation Prize On the Tallahassee and Penl cola & Oea.RAILEOAD. .
, I" our iDh.ruMe with lr.xh'o.1 in rtfeience to entry which lie outside of tit miles each side of neot dated (date of advertisement) and subject to unless otherwise anthrrized the On 4'
I 'nil matter involving iuter.st welfare of the Alabama toni Florida." the 0. Pen'aer>K nnd all the requirements of the same; and of !the printed classes by to department be delivered 4 Prizes of J400 sppro'g. 70,000 prize arc?1,600 .
;. West Florida lie has len prompt laborious and Georgia i ," the .Fl-nila. Atlantic, alit schedule to which it refers. all Ole articles embracedin headed the Miscellaneous: as 4 300" 25000 M 1,200 I I1 ..4.a-, .

,'ttlthl. tnanife-ting :t aU time and on all occai'i his .Florida" railroad?, situated Gnl Ct'ltr"I"and ulll'r. Class No. (name the class) fur the navy-yard at turn required retained dinrg at fiscal the jdWrelioD Tear the twenty the per ceo 4 to 200" 10.000 800 ON and after Friday the 4ta of June this frcijlit

1 -n* a cheerful rcadi'Dt4 to det-patch any business mentioned towmhips, which, hT not been selected (name the 3 ard.) according to said schedule. \2z :- be may, the first of coinmandant. 4". 125" 7,000" 500 and passenger Trains on these Roads will be

,"If.le' to him by his eon titoct'. iTs vytue; of raid grant or any <.tL<'r grant made by (here paste on the printed cla-a from the schedule April.Ju,paid. quarterly October when on the deliveries January have 4 .. 100" :.009" 400 I run tri weekly,**follows:
15" .500" 3I'O
and each article set the price and out 4
C or legally claimed by pre t nipt ion, and opposite carry been satisfactory, and tbe balance (right cent) Jtctirren Talahattt-St. JfarLt: )
ngeM. per II 1,600" 200 I
tue amount in the columns for dollars rind and 4 60
, cents
: le subject tu jririte entry at the date f will be paid by the respectiTo navy agents within Leave Tallaha!! oa'lays.: We.lnes .
ilotifrs. foot the mount of the bid for the class 5,000 prizes of 20 100,000
Sprcial I tf.Jraf1. will! be restored to private entry on Site up aggregate ,) thirty d.ijs: after the presentation of bills, in tripli days at 11 A. M, (-:eept tic IStU ami 2i'th'of each
to here write the amount in words. I
amounting
( % s the heniia'trr specified at the ( ) will leave unless tho
\

--- .-- -- nnc places cate. dtly vouched aud approved. month wbcs UK- Trains at 0, e
--' -- Prizes to.
-- - I ordinary miuil.tH of f 1 25 pi'r acre, or at tho pti- I propose as my agent (here name the agent, if No pnrt of the per centum reserved is to be paid 5,485 amounting $320,000 days Shall! fall upon Ilnclnj..t'C!". day or Friday.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.fin to which have the ilate of one is required by the schedule) for the supply under WHOLK TicsETS$10 ; HALVES ?5 ; Qraanrast2l. wl'iich .
I tee they la.iy graduated ul until a'l the rejected articles offered under the contract as per.Svhrdulo for P. A O. H. li in case the .j
. J.'E CLAUSES CUE UTD FEMALE riLt.. I withdrawal. the cfa!Ses miscellaneous by a non-resident of shall have been removed from the yard, unless hour cf d? srtue Till be as usual at 1 1.)
Sir J. (Clarke' M. At the land office at the place.of delivery ; and should my offer be accepted rr A CIllrCL.tRoll'ill7 tie plies nfthf Mftrl stilt
; rr rJ fro t pretfripllon of T'LL.\I'\"EE on Monday, the specially authorized by tfwde.partmeDt. It sent to any ont r'i"ollDTf'ticu." it. ,_ A j Arrive at St. Marks.12.15 P. M.
l I the be sent I
contract
>., rhynician ErtraoJi"ar.I to the Queen.Tklt I sixth day September next, viz: request may prepared qnd It will be io the that if default .
to the tho for stipulated contract -:. 0- trueSt. Marls . .. . S.30 P. M_
tnvslusM I. unfiill.ng; lu the cure of all A",.r/A the bate line and tie navy sugsnt at (name agency) signatures shall be made the of U.c first in delivering '
coat by parties part -
m.dicn of nf tr.e- and certificate. Certificates of Packages will be add at the fullow- (except on Friday when the train will leave at 3.)
Jrnr/a II'
the frmile
tUo anJ dangerous diseases to vliich tit ,. all of the articles lOent oned iu 1
or
e M
punful "" any any Arrive Tallabasv. 4.45 P. ,
(Here the bidder and each member of the firm toein. rates. which is the risk :
constitution U lubJIL I jnoder te all ezcou and rt'nlo\l' cf class bid f.lr. of the quality and at the times and Friday when the train will arrive at 4.1 5.)
1 2 on
2 a..13, anj8 5. (except
) cf ID Whole Tbttcts. 80
Tv\nfl.ip .4 Certificates of ?
.11 obstrucUHU,and a pcc ly cure may b relied ( ufranges 6, 7. 8. '. 3nlle. places above provided then and in that case the said Package- 1ft( Half 40 Anti on Sundays! when neesary to MlIDl'efwitla .
MAKRISD LADIES will forfeit and to the United State .
TO Townships! 1 anti l 2. of 11, 12, 13 14 antI 15. parties pay atom between New Or-
ranges ront OF oriRANTEE. 1C Quarter 20 the line of Mail) Steamers plying k,
wilt,U time,bring on the of not to exceed twice the amount of
a
I i puliarty IU\C. I .hur Township I. (,f range 1 G. money luu.K"y West and Havana which arriveat.. sod .:,
.4
It i .
. monthly period with regularity. The SnJes' red (name of guarantor)of(name the such class ; which may be recovered from time to 10 Eighth 10
?'
from St. Marks on the Kth an-J 2 tr> of each .
P ach blUe price One Dollar,bears the G
f '>f Great Britain, to prevent counterfeit i t'/ian. second guarantors Ac..) hereby undertake that the |1\"iJeJ. approved March 3rd, 1843. money to our address for the Tickets ordered on receipt On Penl cola A Of'rgiRail Road A Tit-weekly ;11

CACTION.Tliew Townships 2 nod 3, cf range 1. above named (name the bidder or bidders.) will if The sureties must sign the contract and their re- of which they will be forwarded by first mail. train will be on Monday, Wednesdays Fridays .I
' PiUs thouM not b taken by kmalc during the firkt Townships 1, 2. and 3. of n-iiges 2, S,4,5,0,7and8 his [or their] offer as above be accepted enter into sponsibitty be certified to by a navy agent collector Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they run .

terre months rregnaney. ai they pure to brlrg on'. Townships 1 and 2. of range V. contract with the United States within fifteen days district attorney, or conic other person satibfactorily may designate. :
but any other time they are.safe. 1. 2, and 3, of range 10. after the date of notice through the poe ffice. of the known to the bureau.It The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be Leve Tallahassee . .. .. 7 A. M. j

carriage In all a of Nervous aDd Spinal Affcct'.ona. rain In tl.e Townshir 2 and 3. of range: 11. acceptance oHns [or their] offers before mentioned. i is to be provided in the contract that the bureau sent to purchasers immediately after tins ilaiiii:. Arrive at Station No. 3 (Walker's Mill,). 8.50 A. M. ,

Rack and e1 Ural. Fatigue on alight' eiertion Palriitation of Tonnehii. 1. of ranges 1 and 14. Witness: (Signature of guarantors) shall have the power of annulling tbe contract without [:2jf- Purchasers will piase write their signature Leave Station No. 3. 9 A.M. I
1 and 2 of 15 end IS. thaMhe above named here the loss in I Arrive at Tallahassee .. . .. 10.40 A. ). i
. the heart and Whites, these Pills ,u affect a Townships rnntr I certify ( name or damage to the government case Congress plain and give t ir Post Office County' and State.
< "hen nerra other means Iiare failed,and although a I Towbship l.of n>nge 17.AorfA guarantors) are known to me to be good and responsible shall not have made sufficient appropriations J3ST Remember that every Prize is drawn and On Fndavs an accommodation Train will leave theTallabnsW ;
Ire a P'- io this for the articles named for the of works in ful!! rtithout deduction. for Station No. t, (Walks Mflty
erful) remedy do not eoulain iron, cl mel. antimony, anything of the bane line cm! nvt of lit priaeipal me guarantors case. or completion I payable Depot it
hurtful the constitution. I ,-itijan.Townships ((Signature.) estimated for and on which this advertisement is fff All prizes of f 1,000 and under paid immediately at 4.30 P. M-and arrive at Station No. S, at 15 S P. .

Foil dlrecttona t areompany each pa'l. Poje Agent for 2 1. To be signed by the district judge district attorney I based and shall also have the power to iucrea or I after the drawing-other prize at the usual. }I. During the Continuance of the Excursion Trips

e the United Stales and C.nada JOB M03E9, Township 3. ("nt: (fane. mid 4. collector navy agent or some person known to dimiuibh tbe quantities named in the classes not I time of thirty days. the Train will lie over at Statiin No. 3" until Sator '

(Late I. C. Baldwin & C. Rochester. N. Y. Townships 4. ranges and 6, of range 7. the Bureau to be responsible. Leaded "'Miscellaneous," in the schedule, twenty-five All communications strictly confidential day morning 7.15 as per schedule .for Excnrsioc, 'I
:
- X. C.-11,00 and I pottage stamps enc$e(1 to any author- 1. 2. 4. 5, and 6, of 8 and 9. per cent. Address Orders fur Tickets or Certificates to Trip
bottle containing IMla by Townships ranges Persons whose offer shall be accepted will be notified S. SWAN 3c CO. Augusta Ga. A HACK )leaves SL Marks on arrival of tin TrsTIi
Ire 1 Agent,will Insure a r r.tur Towiw-hips 1. 2. 3, 5. and C, of range 10 and 11. PORTSMOUTH, N. II. )
letter the which notice for Newport and returns in time to cancel with the ;
maiL TowmhifS 1.2.4.5. and C. ofranges 12, IS. H, 15, Class No. 1 Bricks; class No 2 Granite ; class No by tbrcgh u post-office, 53: Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or Train Tallahassee.
>'or sale Vy Kdward Barnard,Jr..Sole Whoieate. and Ke- and 16.Townships. 3 Yellow-pine timber; class No 4 Yellow.pine lumber shall be considered sufficient; nod if they do not enter Atlanta Ga, can have their orders filled and save up to .

ail A-ontfJrTaIl has ce. J. S. M. Daidson. Sole Ag-nt 1. 3. 5. nnd 6. of range 17. ; class Nu 6 White-pine and spruce timber and into contract for the supplies specified within fifteen time by addressing S. Swan & Co., at either of those Fare from Tallahassee to St. Marks.J1/X '
r from the date of notice from the bureau of 11
j jGt"
fjf Qumcy.Krbruary. Township 1.2.4, aud 5, of ranges ft, 19, 20, 21, 22, lumber (white pine reasoned;) class No 7 Lime and days citie Station No. 1, I'l"D..1 ,
6ly1fuurlfatrlaII&ialI the acceptance of their bid a contract will be made sale E. :M. WEST H. R.. : ((5e
J, fi, 1353. and 23.T'I'nLil1 hair; class No 8 Cement; daM No 9 Sand ; class 03:: Tickets for ly ,
----- with some other person or and the guarantors Fare from Tallahassee to Station No._,Pen.ft ', t
of person
I. 4. all 5. range 24. No 10 Slate ; das No 11 Iron and nails ; class No Tallahassee Tla.J3 .
t 3, 4. and 5. of 26- and 27. Steel clara No class No 14 Files of such defaulting bduer will be held responsible Oeo.R... .. 87i t
Ue Pr"t Wood's Hair restorative.If Townships ranges 12 ; 13 Augers; ; for all A list of the numbers that are drawn from t- '
\uthis| I. 4, and 5. range 23. class No 15 Paint*. oil and glass class No 16 Ship delinquencies.All Fare from Tfillahassee ij Station No. 3, (Wal- i
.Tour Hair 1 Gray.Vse Trot To 3. 4.: and 5. of o 29. class No ;oil class No 17 offers not made in t/ri( mnformlty with this the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each ker'l Mill). .. . .. .. .. 1,00
Wo'.Uair ItoTtn nslups range clnndlery 161
Sperm ; drawing
; advertisement] will at the of the bureau be one is entitled to, will be published after every
t your Tlio Townships 3 and 4. of rango 0. Hardware class No 18 Stationery ; class No 20 Hay; option Gpo Constitutionaliist t
I Uai 1 Vse Retoratne.If : ; in the following papers: Augusta ( ) tjarltd
Trot '01'sUalr rejected. F'r1M. oa J'ensaola d eor"itl RusilscadsI
of
Townships 3. 4. and 5. ians 32. class No 21 Provender ; class No 22 Charcoal ; class New Orleans Delta Mobile Register I
Bald, Those only whose offers may be accepted will be SJ Iq IH paiCM Jtlirrrl "r goou.: ; ,
are
you 4 and of S3. :
tee PO4. Woods lair EestortUve.r TOM nships ;, range No 24 Copper and composition nails ; class No 25 notified and contracts will be ready for execution as Charleston Standard Nashville Gazette At Ian1 a In- I
Headache.I South nf the bate line end vert nf the priiieijml > eri'1'.dn. Iron castings. te1ligeo cr. New York Weekly Day Book Savannah FROJl S7 JIARKS TO ST..4.710"\I, 2' a t
Xenon* thereafter he
have
t you soon as may practicable. .. .. ... 'l 100
.
Wood's Hair I.toalv.I I BOSTON. Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch Cotton per bole. 8H
I'rot
July 17, 18C8 29-4 Tobacco in Boxes loolb.. . s 20 fG
I you have I\andrl.. ".Or.Ualr Iteatorathe.ir Township 1. of ranges 13, 14, 15, 1C. 18, 19, 20, 21, Class No. 1. Bricks; clitss No 2 Stone; claus No --- -- ------- Paulding (Miss ) Clanon, and Little Rock, Com arid other grain per in ,aeka per bushel..I 10 lOin

., have EiuptloIit.clrr< 22. 23. 2 I. and SS. 4 Yellow-pine lifitber; clasa No & Oak and hardwood DISSOLUTIONOF (Ark,).True Democrat.Nov. *. Salt per i ck. .. .. .. .. . 40 4'')
14 185
'I Wood's U testorative.JfT Townships 1 und 2, of ranges 26 and 27. ; elass No 6 White-pin, spru.e and juniper 4C-y
t e I'r. a nay in Bales per 100 lbll. .. .. U 2 U
a desire Glo.Hair. At the hind office at N..x""s\-n'.E. on Men Jay.tl timber and lumber; class No 7 Lime and hair; class PARTNERSHIP. Lotteries Lime,Ccittent. SlAte,Plaster cud GuaD.. .

Use Trot "0' Hair Entorative.IfToadr :c sixth day September nest, vii: No 8 Cement ; class No 9 Gravel and sand; class THE firm of A. R. COMBS A CO., is this day dis Maryland State inpackagesptrlC0 lba. . ..25 U !'

irct. pre( r\e the Color KNo 10 Slate ; class No 11 Iron iron spikes and mutnal consent The business will -0- .. . .
WomTs Hair Cnlorative. Sfiith "ft t1t lour i;:it and Eat kf the by Bar Iron per IOQ bl. 25 25 I 23'
tIe rr.lie Cntt, ,':./ lrj'pllneitll. nail ; class No 12 Steel; class No 14 Files; Mats be continued by R. C. WILLIAMS who U ..loneauthlricd R. FRANCE & Co., Managers All chr goethe per 100 '. .. .. ... 30 In
1 .te'ire to' (*f( No Paint d! class No chandlery
you
15 16
and glass -
nf ; Ship the affairs of tb firm.
WooJ Hair I>storabi e. 2 to settle! the Maryland State Lotteries, present the totlowing -
Town 2 and of 11_ Prom TALLA/l.ASSEA'loSTATlOX' 3 \
I tM rra liips range ; clss No 16j Sperm oil dies No 17 Hard A.R. COMBS O :
I TOU mint .Cheap Csc Article Prof. Wood's Hair Townships 2, 5, 4, 13, nnd 14. of range 12. wate ; class No 18 Stationer, ; class No 20 Hay and R. C. WILLIAMS., Splendid Schemes Cotton per lale. .. ... .. 2 12.i 50

admire the EeaulIKl I Txxri n"wah\e Towns .ip!1. 3, 4, 11. 12. 13. and 14.ofrange 13.1 straw ; clasa No 21 Provender; clara No 22 Char. i5th 165S. For AUGUST, 1858. Tobaecuinfloxes'perloolbe..t2i i IU .'
t you TSP Trot Wood's Hair Restorative.U Town!iip' t. 15. 10, 11. 12. all 13. of range 14.: coal ; class No 23 Packing; class No 25 Iron cas- July Corn and other grain io filCh per bushel 6 .f

: von. admire the BvauliCui Iiltlet. Towusiis! | 1, 4, 5, 0.. 10, 11, and 12, of range 15. tit'gs ; class fTo 27 Arigefs. I All indebted to the late firm of A. R. Tiiey; caution purchasers of Tickets to beware of Salt per IU1t.: . .. .. .. . ..25 23 .
, ('s I'rt. Wo'i Hair KtftoraUTNIf TO 1.2. 4. 5. 8. 9. lp nod 11, of range IB.T persons ordeiiug Tickets in Lotteries where extraordinarylarge Tiny in Balu per 100 rJl. .. 12,i25 !
'lshfp NEW YOR1L Combs A Co for the 1855 56 and 1857 cither -
: you wish a BeauUful f (>Trof.>in|> (,Voo4a Hair Eestorative.If < | 1, 2. 4. 5, C, 7. 8. 0. and 10, of range 17. year Capitals are offered for a email coat of Ticket Lime. Cement, Slate. Pla.tcr and Uu.ano .
sft forwardand
wiali Face tree from I'impll Town-hips 1. 2. 4. 6. 6. 7, 8, 9. and 10, of rage 18. Class! No. 1. Bricks; class No 2 Slpnc ; class No I by note or account are requestsd to come -all such are swindles. in rl1ktra per 100 Ibs. .. :

.\ you .1'ruC WO' Hair Hcstorative.If Town hp 1. 2. 4. 5. 6.7.8. and V. of range 19. 3 Yellow pine timber ; class No 6 Oak and hard I settle immediately U. C. WILLIAMS. The Maryland Lotteries have been in existence for Bar Iron per 100 12t'1'I'Hjl.t

;, yon wUh l appear;Y0005t.I r..torath'e Tomibhips 1. 2. 5, C, 7, and 8. of range 20. wood limber; class No 6 White pine spruce and July 17, 1858. 29-3m [Sent copy. Forty Years. They are drawn by a State Officer All otber gooJ. lbs..l.. .
.l'r 'ow'.lalr 1.2.4,5, and C, of 21. juniper; class No 7 Lime and hair; class No 8 Cement
Townships
If you want testimony range I and can be relied on. If you draw a Prize, you will EDWARD IIOIJSTOUNPres '
r I:.iul the Circular of Prof. Wood'* Hair rr ".rahl. Given under my hand at the city of Washington, ; class No 9 Gravel and sand; class No 10 Seed Seed Seed get your money. The whole country is flooded wi'h --
No iron and nails class 4' upnt'nf-
class
It want Slate 11
you &tn.llt (be let day of July 185S. ; Iron spikes ; Beware of them. i
l The Iel"o| i til Market it_ SL I.ull. Misvnirl.ZW No Steel class-No 13 iron class No FOR FALL PLANTING. Bogus_Lottery concerns. 13.1RSS. 7-3m
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: .11 sold by every popular the city YOSrI S. WILSON. ; Pig ; 14 tT Order io the Maryland State Lotteries.MAGXIFICEXT February __ :
and euntry.r I Irgllin July!, 1858. :Qw Files; class No 16 Paints oil and glass; class No ) UTABAOA, Green Glazed Drumhead DISSOL UTIOX OF
C. 185*. t-ly 16 chandlery class No 161 oil class I SCBEMC ,
r t'"bnlar -- -- Ship ; Sperm ; : Red Top Turnip I Cabbage tc.
BOOKBIBTOINGr.'p No 17 Hardware; class No 18 Stationery ; class No Flat Dutch Turnip Maryland State Lottery. CO-PABTNEKSHIP.:

; OC: ?" WE arc authorized and requested to .LTNDRRSIGNED IS NOW 20 Hay and straw; class No 21 Provender class Just( received and for sl'e! bvAiltS I .. CLASS N, .
No 22 Charcoal; class No 23 Belting packing and pIIE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing beJL
i announce DAVID S. WALKER a* a candidate 1 I'nEIARE1 WITH hose ; class No 24 Copper; clash No 25 Iron,work A LIVELY. To be drawn I la Baltimore,oc &alur'>$. tween the Subscribers under the Firm ofIIODGKISS .

fur re.election to the office of liegi"ter of State TOOLS Sfflgtei MATERIALS and castings ; class No 26 Machinery and tools; clnss --July -17, 1S58.- 29Medical 12 Drawn Rnllou in each Package of 28 Tickets SCOTT Jc POOLE, t '
No 27 1 Grand Prize of..(40,000 1 Prize of ...1'1.000
t Lands. FOR BOOK BINDINGin Augers. 1 Prize of------------ 10,000 1" .... tJMtI Las been this day dissolve by m\tu r ollf'llL Ttie
_= -=: -h_ __ =- PHILADELPHIA.Class College 1 4 ... ...... 10,000 .. ... .' Soles and Accounts arc in the hands ofTron. IL UoooKSS >

Bible Dsponltorj-, all its branche, and solicits the patronage of the No. 1. Bricks ; class No 2 Stonj ; class No OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 1 1 a 4 .................. 5 0.iOO. *T I 90 1"Prizes of-----.. ... tOO l..TO and I). II. TOOLK either of whom will settle op

: (At the UMTEl STATUS m:: STER'S OFFICE.) citizens Tallahassee and surrounding country. His 3 Yellow-pine timber; class No 4 'Yellow-piae lumber -. .-. 1 4 "..."'. :1.000 20 ** ... tots the business cf the late Fhm.TIKOS..
Shop is in the Bi ick <.fc formerly occupied by Dr. '1 ; class No 6 White-oat 2nd bard wood; class No Annual Course ot Lecture,, in this INSTI. 1 ......... 5,000 tit"! ..... BOO n. HODGKISS.
Leon Bible Society has just re THE 4 .. ....... ...
; 5f county 1 1" 4fX
t. Tlc Call opposite the Cbnrch. He is a the second 1 anoo '
Episcopal practical 6 White'pine timber; class No 7 Lime; class No 8 : will Commence on Monday .... OEO.; W. SCOT!,
I ....... ,(on M" 100 .
: cei"e a new and elegant supply of 1tlt'l and Tel Binder, and feelS sure tht.he can do work as i Cement ; class No 9 Grave atid nod; class No 10 Novercber, upon the following branches: 1 4 .... .... 6,000 6G" _.. to D. H. POOLE.

:: tament., consisting of bnperb family IViblos and well and a cheap AS it cnn be ilone cl, whre. Slate; class No 11 Iron, iron nails and spikes: class Anatomy..J. E. HOUBOOK M. D 1 4 ......... 3,000 fIG". .... ro W.M. O. POOLE.TalLL.ssee. .
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CHARLES FINDEISEN. 4 ........... IMXIO 4.1M .... .. 2t\
; others of almort every size and quality. Prices J7 1658. No 12 Steel; class No 14 Files; class No 15 Paints Surgery . .. < .. .J. J CmsoLM, Is!. D 1 1 .... ...... 6,000 23,741 .. 11.71 July Ut, 1858.
July 29-ly J t Sent copy. oil and glaJs; claJs No 16 Ship chandlery; class 1 and Practice of Mcd. .P. C. (GA'IUABD SI. P.
; from eight dollar down to 23 cents per copy.TlKxw .- -- beory 30,15 Prizes........to..amounting to------------$601.000
No 161 Sperm{ oil ; class No 17 Hardware class Physiology ... .. .. .JAKES MOCLTRIK M. D. Tickles $10, Halve |3, Quarter ,UO, Eighth (1.85. HAVING purebasedthueinterest. of my lets part-
unable to will be supplied gratis on For
; buy application No IS Stationery; class Nv 19 Firewood; class No Materia Medics..ljsacy It. Faotrr, M. D. CertiSvateot Package of 86 Wholes........ ... ....$1M.CO the Firm of IIODGKI33. bCOTT
;t to E L. T. BLAKE, HOUSE and Sale'by Mr. 20 Hay aud straw ; class No 21 Provender; class 'Olatetrica..Tot ;. fJ. PRIOLEAU, It!. D. do. do. 26 Halves-.. ... ... .. !.") POOLE'! will continue tbe bcainrss as heretofore,
'. Leou THE No 22 Charcoal: class No 23 Belting. packing and Chemistry..C. U. SnEpAan M. D. do. do. !Quarters .. .. ... 8t..TO and will use my best efforts to mer t the patronage
sent Svc'y county T. Betton nnd ,
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Dr.James S. Jones. Possession may had ( hose ; class No 27 Augers ; class No 28 Ironjate.. Demonstrator of Amtomy..F- T. Mars, M. D. 26E15hths.. ofall who may favor me with flair trade.GEO. .

t'J J - on first October next. For terms apply to m NAVAL ASYLU'i. CLINICAL LECTURES are delivered twice a HAVANA PLAN. W. SCOTT.

t Decisions 1858. CHARLE : Class No. 1. Clothing; class No 2 Hats boots and week at the Marine Hospital and the Roper Hospital -* July 1st 185S.: 27 _

J FEW COPIES on i the Decision* ofthe July 17, 1858. 2' shoes; class No 3 Provisions; class No 4 Groceries; by the Physician and Surgeon of those Institu This 14* flue 0mod. of Dratriny.-Priztt in one GOODSlNEW"IOR V
A NEW \ GOODS f
1 Supreme Court of Florida for 1858. Price class No 5 Dry goods; class No 8 Bread. Ac.; class tions.Tbe Wliecl and Tielett in another.-Etery Prize itliraum 1
by rrlsil. post paid. f2 5u. cull most accompany Oak & Hickory Spokes. No 7 Tibaeco ; claw No 8 'Miscellaneous; class No Anatomical Rooms will be opened October, out.rttzn .
all orders. Apply to Te Editors of f tbe 9 Hardware ; class No 11 PaiDt, oil, Ac.; class No and dissections conducted daily by the Demonstrator. THE ( .
}'I4r- rI 'UE undersigned give notice Carriage makeis, PAVIBUI n rnu WITHOCT AV DCDCCTIOI. ,
14 Lumber; class No 15 Provender; class No 18 .
dian c JumaJ. 30BANTERS' JL Planters,
July Wapgon and Carriage Spokes bv Machinery. FirewoodW ASHINOTON.Claps have been made in models of a very large size,illustrative EXTAR CLASS 9, .
at Gov. Call's Steam Mill at tbe Tallahassee .
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of the more minute and delicate structures of
H3TEL Railroad Depot and will keep every variety No. 1. Bricks; class No 2 Stone; class No the human body. To be drawn to Baltimore,M.LSatnrday, Aug. 28th,g.. TRADE.

1 of seasoned Oak and Hickory constantly on bnd. 3 Yellow-pine timber; class No 4 Yellow-pine lumber A valuable ami interesting collection hi wax of the 20.1 65 Prizes I .OCOO Tickets 1 U.1

which they wi sell 0 such terms a t make ; class NA 5 Oak hardwood timber and lumber; vail us parts of the system in a healthy and diseased \Ve would call particular attention t* the following 1 r ,

Tallahassee Fla. object to al purchase from them The followingis class No 6 W'hite-rinelpluc ,juniper and cypress; i slate has also been added. splendid scheme, a package of 16 whole tickets I. milE undersigned is now reeeivDif his Stock of
j ; the of cash prices delivered at the Factory : class No 7 Lime and hair; class No 8 Cement ; class HENRY FROST, Dean. costing only f 80-ami every other ticket being JL F4L14N14 WINTER GOODS.

SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform Spokes per lhusnd. .. .4| cents cb.Bet. No 9 Gravel and sand ; class No 11 IuDo iron nails July 17, 1858. 2 -6w warranted to draw $10 determined by the number which wants neither. i in Qnaplity. Quality or Style.
THE Bog and spikes; class No 12 Steel; class No 18 Pig iron; the Prize whether odd
oreven.
.4 drawing Capital
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friends and the public generally, that tbe Embracing for the-Ladies
class No 14 Files; class No 15 Paints'oil. Ac.; class 1
well.known HOTEL will be opened on the Carriage and 1 h abe No 16 Ship chandlery; class No 16) Sperm oil ; Silk Robe. a Qnille SiJe Stripe Detain Robes, l
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nest. He invites the attention per tbu".nd. . .. 5 I" SLEXDID HCIIEME.:
r dyoTAisgut class No 17 Hardware class No 18 Stationery; OF FLORIDA. ) a M Flounced.It Cballle ,
I of the public to i its Cara hore Waggon 1 Prize of..135,000 4 Approsim.fn to. ...|200 M k ;
Sp.ks class No and JEFFERSON COUNTY.
No
class 19 Firewood 20 Hay straw f Brocade Plash Bar
BayaditreStripcs
; 100 le
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pfcrrett .. .. .. 6 1 11),000" .
t E Facilities for their Accommodation.It 4 horse thousand"} I class No 21 Provender class No 22 Charcoal; class W. EDWARDS. Sheriff and Administrator 1 4 a,1IOO. -. .... SO Canille Robes ,
of the desirable WagoSpkell No 23 Belting packing and hose.NORFOLK B EOate 1 4 t.XH) 4 ....rO China Striped Olaee. Printed rrino Robe,
1 being in the immediate vicinity most 4" sett..7 I I ex officio, of UM of John B. Scott, late 1 I.OIlO" 50 .
business portion of the city. presentsSUPERIOR 6 bore" thpusand..71" Jefferson county, deceased, has filed in the Probate I 4 3.000t S-linHaid Poult de Loir 4 D lai"

INDUCEMENTS 6 I sett.. .8 Class No. 1. Bricks; class No S Stone class No 3Yellovpine office Jefferson county a written suggestion I : :::::::::: 1,0001 8 ... .0 All Wool Delain

the traveler of business and is unsurpassed As this is (mttng new in FlorJ. we liopc lobe timber; cUftkNo 4 Y eUnv'p lumber; 'I that he believes the Estate of Jobn B. Scott, to be 1 I ...... 500 500 8 4 .. M MANTLES .
or pleasure
t insolvent : 4 ......
at class No 6 White pine timberand l lumber; class No 1 400
in air iU for the enjoyment of liberally ) Ca1 specimens ...... 4 ... or Evrat MXTtau. AXO IT tie. -
appointments 7 Lime class No 8 Cement clasa No 9 Sand class I Therefore notice u given to all persona having 1 ... 400 8 .80 v
Mr. Kulm's Shop ; ; ;
Carriage in T.Uahufet. 1 4 ...... too Etlbrolderleai i
EASE AND COMFORT & THE LUXURY OF & CO. No 11 Iron, iron nails :.; class No 12'Steel class claims against said Estate, to appear and file the 1 U ........ WOS 80 .

GOOD LIVING. 10 1858. 28 No 14 Files ; class No IB Paints oil and glass; class same with the Judge of Probate of said county. on 100 4 ....:.... 180 tret. ... .... 10,000 or nUT x, ros ., t
July No 16 class No loj Sperm oil or before tbe 24th day of Janna, next when there 10,000" .. ........ 10 are..100noo j
Ship chandlery; ; Valenccne Malteas aDd Honiton. .
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05- HIS TERMS: are KiODERATE.-j) SHO class No 17 Hardware class No 18 Stationery; will be a pro-rata distribution of the funds belongingto Whole Tkkets $19 Hslves $3,Quarters |*.*> : ,
CARRIAGE
C. HOWARD FISHER. NEW class No 19 Angers and centre bits; class No 20 said Estate. am'g';t the creditors thereof at A Matlagf'rs'' "of Paekaces K Wholes "he9 BONNETS PELTS ANDTRIMMINO ..BIBEONC
which time the said B. W.Edwards will ; fur persons wIsh to pj the oolr,will be sent*' ._...........* apply The nudeisigned tie
Begs ) the citi. and Straw class No 21 Provender class Ko
July 31, 1858. 81-tf rpHE undersignea eau.loiafo Hay ; do, do. leilalves do........ 40
JL zeus Tallahassee and. tt he has 22 Charcoal; flaw No 25 Pig iron; class No 26 Iron his final discharge from the administration of a&id ad. do. 1C Quarter, d..d.'....... S* Public generally,to his larje and eomdee 8tk of .
opened a carriage shop in this place JoiningBrokaw's root Estate. THOMAS J.CHACE, dc do. l' lgr\Bs. d.......< .... 19 Gents and Youths Fall and Winter Clothing,

Jut Re'cived, PENSACOLLClass Judge of Probate. CJcnts and. Youths F.H ,and Winter ..
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_. : Lirery StalIf5! The Managers hive: been eompelletl from the numerons '
July', 1858. 29-6m 1IATSCADSh.
-P STORE a No. 1. Bricks ; class No 2 Granite; class No eomphunts made to them, .or uafaithfuloess .
of DRUGS and CHEMICALS o I in tbe building formerly occupied by J. Groner, 3 Yellow-pine timber;. class No 4 Yellow-pine lumber on the part of those wlto bays bien&ttending'to the BOOTS AND 8HQESL .:, '

which the following are a few- where bait prepared to do all aimla of work in Us ; thus Nr 6 Hardwood timber and lumber; class t A CARD. flhlng of o"ertlto! / resume the correspondence buwnes PLANTTTONG00D0, .

JO (i.Rebeerine, 6 or*.Io Ammonia, j i line,at the shortest rptice and on the most li'u v \ Dejuniper, cedar and cypress lumber TE Lure understood from a reliable source, that and in their own name. Kersey 61erc r i. .U. ,aigaic-ind Hrpe,

10 Santonioe. 6 Sulphur A&NAiiLJiRifS, and thrber class No 7 Lime ; class No & Cement ; Tf absence from this State, ha. rff,Order Tickets from the Manscers fIy. galoda Stripe rtjjifl, '
temporary
15 Chinoidine.: JC C El;* ; class No 9 Clay and rand; class No 10 Slate; class been by onr tome I our '.) magnified into a nt- Address all letters to IL FRANC & C A.Baltimore. Marlboroog Sf.ipes' ahtf Rrwucts'arnl black SLoe;

12 I Oioehona 10 ** Ext 1'Deia. such a carriage painting and trimming making new No.lljron. iron nails and spikes; class No 12 Steel; toni abandonment( of oar business. in N. PoU.' )!. :aidi' .IJo'., KenVr JeaiM.Hes .

"5 )!orC SuIr 1. r buggies and wagons and all kinds of repairing. class No 14 Files ; class No 15 Paints oil and glass; That reports te Ifelcg carefully circulated 'Ihrougfe- --Aref. 8, 1858. '10-ly Yj Cotton Owaburghs Virfish _U Wool Lias ys.i ,

2.5.. Aet 12" Cit 1 Tie undersigned i b prepared t do ti kn of clasiNo1Ship chandlery; class No 16} Sperm out the country, that we bar aoB oat "lock, .t <-4 brown and bleachWool Hats, ,.' .- .

20 Piperine, 40 e Quinine I work as well and h the Iif taft, a e1 b oil; class No 17 Hardwareclass, Jfo 18 Stationery ; stock, and barrel, and are clean ffone" WLaterer Notice. ddomeatics, Sls'clIrrsiad :'allt .

Strychnine, 5 Veratrb, done at tLe North.AH class No 19 Firewood; class No 20 I l;- Ia. No the motive the tt' ws think, may hare been father A LL persons having demands agniMt the E.tateofBarna..IO.Je. Brown aDd blneled Sb c- Complete' .Mortmeafof
S Ibs. Pbospate of Am. 15 Ibs. Sulph Ether I. those who have this kind of work to do and 21 Provender class No 22 Charcoal; class No 53 to the thought with jbe reporters. Be this bower, .tl._ laU Jeff county, 'deceased tings, Hardware.CABPETINO. ,-

mODII, 50 .Chloroform, wish it done in a mae that wi. not fail to give Belting, packing.hose tc4 class No 25 Iron castings aa it may.we do assure our frisnds. the public that are hereby notified to'present them to the : . .

: 10 lb 10 Pt 30" Olycirine, (pure) i .t.f.c wcrld d well L el o KUIINS. ; claN No 26 Angers., we will *eit Full, It 04 M eat! ittuty to terre undersigned dply authenticated within UM time peeed1aovtsnotloewrnbeplesdiebsr : I
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2 cb Rk The schedule will state the times within which articles them II we A m ever been -/( Our Stock win acn of Brussels.Three Ply and C rp,ts,
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-ALSO- I July 10. 1858._2S_ will be required to be delivered; and where be ample and we shall expect afl our easterners to their reoTery; and .H Person*lodebted le said Estate ? Parlor Rug and Jbr r llaUa.AH '.
the printed schedule U not used the periods stated continue their patronage, except those who cannot are hereby notified ..' make immediate pay- of the above mcntioo d orti j.t|e>, '-*{., ) wt '

SOO ozs. SULPH QUININE Congress Water.A in it for deliveries must be copied in the bi/. AH do so teUAout material injury t* tltxuelret. meat to the undersigned. upon M food terms as can fc* ,tat ,of. -juintbcCitv. -

Warranted pure, and which ,.. FRESH received fur sale by the articles which may be contracted for most be Very respectfully.McWAUGirr.. H. W.EDWARDS, Sheriff ansi i \ '_-r; ".'---1ilir

& LIVELY. A tPPljUt AMES an lIVELY delivered at such place or places, including drayage ORMOND A CO. Ailiuinistr cz offici'. I II I-D. C. Wlliusv. r .

T"U 31, .85S. AME 19. I 1857 3S c and cartage (o the place where used within the navy Newport, Ha June :30. (July 3,1<5!. 27-Sm> 1u'I17. 105?. :,-1tw i Oct.17.185 fj *. Vif4: > ; t# t ,

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The r Floridian. & ---.l 1 I TIR0UGHIN- :: 48 HOURS I p. B. BttOKA W'S. I Grocerie. r AVILLIAit P. SLUSSER I .A.xn.CS TALLAHASSEE d3 ,L1vc1y FLORIDA,

L1YSBY AND SHE STABLES ; t TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. I
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I. published every SATURDAY* McNATJGHT, .ei2 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Aj im

TAMES s. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE, 'I %:.Eft. .. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I receiving fronvjrcsseli in port* n mall on J M\xrFACTrKjp. OF CarrE&.'rl\ AND SUEKT DRUGS AND MEDICINES. 11
': l'l'I Proprietor would in ARI supply of including IRON WA-tn, Wn !usAL-u, Ail) RETAIL [

At Two DOLLAII per annum in advance.TERMS t ? : THE bis friends and the coffee,Sugar, f 1L. I rebuilt Ills __ __ i Ld 1.1" I I Snuff Wb !
.". -. -public! that he itm Also Oils, < Spices os Glass Faint,
OF ADVERTISING. old stand and is .. Oils Vanishes, Putty Manufactured
MILTON & CIIATTAflOOCIIEK, : l Urge Brick Stable, at tbe now Tobacco
his friends and customers I -ALSOA -- Stwvc II ad-Qtiarcr* I and Glass Waite Patent Msdfm
One square.9(12 lines,or less, insertion, $I 00 prepared to accommodate ,
4. 't:1 h subsequent 60Fru'huionalani .Uo S. Mall LiEIe! I II lie also has attached to hi* Stables a good Illmck- ,I large an l complete stock of Ladies, Gentleman's A SPLENDfll ajwoeimeot Cooking., Parlor I Fine Songs,FinTooth.. *Pure Wini4 MV! 1)ILJd:.

Business Card*inserted at (10 per smith Shop whore be will have Lave dnueall kind of and Children' Shoes, Boots and Sootecs. Also a _XX_ and Wood Stoves triottacd with neatoes g I and Hair Brr.slie, for iC1lU1.pcr ,.(

annum.Adrert'seraeots. I I 0030.1-W OOlSLly ; Plantation work Horse shoeing, and Carrhgework in I let stock e-f Dry Goods, cornprizrSg in part e'l I and durability redinred pr,cs. C Paint Brushes, FbeyA'd '
not marked with the tiumber cf i thu very lest manner and will) oromptncsa and dis Dress Good. Print, Linens, plain and Out Door VTork. I Garden Seed, fiDe IIavan'egar.. .
i Learcs Milton end at 10
Tuesday's 1'riJay's Bleached! and Drown Dsraestle. Osnabnrgs,
insertions will be cor'.mued until forbid, and charged I patch. They have rrcer.tly recr' d a Lisps and FI,"
Ornamental f'roo Heads, GIIH Copper
o'cloda.. n. I ctc..te.1 LS 0A I Roofing. liJtg.
accordingly.fJJ" Novembers, 1853. 44 nppfyof vau'tty of ar'Jct
every
I II usually kept by
I Certificates of publication .f l y a1 or estate I Leaves C/uiUahoofJtcc Tuesday's and Salur- 'and Harness small but good assortment of Flats Caps Clothing I and Tin Conducting '' ,Sheet Lend Sheet drup.jM'ts.. Planters and Phjsktane will always find
Carriages Buggies, I Pipes Paten Cistern. workof
Lead I'nmps.
notices will not b. given until the advertising fee is i day't after the arrirql of the Steamer from Shirts, Collars! Neck TICK, lc, te.; togetherwith I Zinc done, short notice. Shop ; at this esiablLLrrcr.t a full supply everruicg ee.
paid. Ajxilachicola and the Stage from Tallahassee For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. I a general assortment of aC otber article usually every variety at dad and on the most liberal turn

Fla. and Uainlridge Ga. .T'W: [ Subscriber ha just received a I wanted : City and Country Ulcithants Orders Com the Country prompl fined anJsais'
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--fLACKSMITH: .2i: 'i j large supply of Carriage, ,-SUCH AS- -. Are respectfully invited log:7c me a call befcie per lion ft1lArantee.t, with regard l.41fh1o prices and quali
7.V GOOD TWv-HORSE HACK! "r .Buggies, and Harness, which b! offers tT. bysieiau' pre.riptinn 0 sirefully'omrc o: ..:
-0- rpIIIS LINE U now in first.raftn'cr. The whole for sale on the most reasonable teims. II Iron, Hoe. Spade. Shovel, Plon. Straw Cutters chasing elsewhere. Also, EFpm '1 compound fluid Extract of ha J
rnaufiwtued from tile !
I J. Corn Shll Shelf Hardware, Crockery, and t1r: N. B. AU artieie very
Stock been ,
has renewed with new nnd oomfor- rrs Jan 5. 18lEa
TOr1cE i i. ht II".y girr tl.at November 18, 1834. 46 .
warranted durable. No ether
able Harks. The Drivers are rareful. /ler and accopwuodjtinij. Furniture. Also-Flocr, Pork B icon. Su Lest material and uti .
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.i: the Bce.&itiiio ; -- -
[NESS XT ill be continued as ben"&tu-1- A liberal allowance! of bng I ige al.lwe.l : MILES NASH & CO. I gar. Molasses, Lard Com S\lt. and lewill be offered for sale. Cod Liver Oil.FI -

foro at the OLD RTAXD of D. C. Witsoir, in the I! to each rmcnge'=. :, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. I IJUST Liquors always by eaciarrivjl on band and from replenished -October. -- 2- 1355.- 42 .SH ic PUREoffheMebrateJgimnn "PrnnIe" JI

name it\le aud firm < f AGENTS : j received from New Ytrk per bark R.II.Gana- II New Oileaik", to meet ,,' -r.-yrIps&c.. Jark Jt Co, .t RushtonV
-
:H. B. Fitts & Co. At Milton, JAS. A.Ciutnx, a general acsoitment of articles io our line, the wants of their Otard: Brandy, hpnrkhng r .I Geneva Ala MONROE I such III Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid, r CUSTOMERS OLD Pot Old Port Juice Aprils. I?t.. I .
Grateful fur tl i patronage heretofore extended them, \V. D. i I __ ____ _____
Catnpbtllirti .. \ SMJTH U bite Lead, Zinc and other paint Window Ghvs of I AND FOE SAT.E. /T FAIR P2ICE Madeira, Biandy Chctifek,
they are uow Lc'ter prepared and determined t< I Maiuna. W NKHOU, Let quality Putty. Brushes, Potash. So.la Sparkling i Newport. April! 24, 1S' g. 17_ Sherry Sardinec, Notice.

SPARE NO PAINS I ChatUboochee, 1) Coij-.:. ficlatiu<>,London Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) I I Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Qnin #5, moutl.s after

on their pint to .iCPoB-.w-dtle all who inoy favor : I'uoncngers can be t,ken tLrutigU with certain., ; for medicinal purposes Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup Piano Fortes. I Flavoring Extracts, IVatt SIX'. and toucLera date Jo I tho hal lion.! present my fiaa .i

: them with their patronage, t-ccuiity and with cvtr.foit.GEO. t. Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Kxtraft; _Buchu, g 2J5aTT7"E are prepared to furnish Piano Yeast Powders, TumarinJ*, f..r JefTrMnn t'occt'. aaiinitn! Judge Prolate
aj
BUens D.l-'IUrR. loj.'r. and t\.n'r. I J>.. .tc_ and a general assortment of Popular Patent IT If II! \ Fortes. of the very best quality Spanish Olives, Srics, I f'C< Brnji-min 1inti..m, lat. i.f cud <: rf the Estat5
deceased
June 12, 1858. 51-tf Medicines. Wo keep none but the very besL And the most liberal teV-ms. Corn Starch, PicLIeo, tnnty ,
upon and ask for i
I Horse $'. ciu', Ironing and /itpairiag __ ___ I hope to merit your pa !(OJIg(. They are second to ucno in any country either as Worcestershire iauce? Slad Oil, I a Jistl.aige from said administration.JANE ; .
INDIUM.
: Carriages and Bug To the Traveling Public. MILES NASH, A CO. to quality or price. English Mustard 8 gtit, PlaAttitlon work of \ jJ March 20, 185 18 t Every Instrument(!! be warranted. I Claret Cftjon,
MILES NASH Jt CO. AiIPS.i LIVELV.
Notice.SIX
every Jeirription, No "C'V i S 1 A1ULLA IRON-W-ORKS, February 23, 1856. 8 I January 5, 1S5C. : .
Mill Irons and repairing; same, Iro'iiiigVa\ age I ]?crrt F1a. I.I.N"C' _______ ________. __. .__ I ILivervand Months after date, I shall present lor Cast

P'tns and Carts, r DENTISTRY.DB. Sale Stable.i i *aid vi.uclms to tie IlvnorM'Juige
aftd iu fact every other .ti CI?iption {.f ,"orkII.Je of I..ri X NT This Establishment xowrdrr Full Blast. Probate JfJfrrvn cr.onty. as administrator of

I rim and StrL all of nhich we WAKBAXT. and pledge j I -------- .-.. I II T. :CUR LEE, 1 undertigned give no- the estate of A'rr.J W. R.If'"r. lafeofraM coea'r .
ourselves to execute at the slrrtfst note'. I lice, that he has par' ceased, arid ntk fi.r a dHehjiri from said aJmr:
4 TRI-WEEKLY the death of Mr. Pond, Mr. GE.. .. KING future the
I LINE cf STAGES will continue ,
11. B. FITTS & CO. i rub I SINCE WILL prac _ chased the Livery Stable ofjWilliam iidatimi. AI.FRLD J'A YSOR. }dV
Feb. n. ISM. 9_ I: L1. in ooi.ntcticn with the S.. A. & G 1C R, leaving charge; all communications, therefore of DENTISTRY in South( H. Newsom,ip Tallaba-see.together v.iih the Arch C, 185?. IC-tsa
lyT I Station No. 7, Mondays, Wedneed.irs aud Fridays I relative to work on arrival of the Cars(rim Savannah connecting I All work coming under the head of this business ''I He has tad several years practical experience in the prepared to on the business in all its braniW', -
I at Waresboro with the Sta<;e (torn BI uu wick ; I will be promptly mechanically and neatly executedat professiche last three of which.Las been in those I ana carry the !. good accommivj.ition Notice.SIX .
promises 1)nLdicwit
;: moderate of labor &., will i ij His work of the mrst beautiful -
rEk pacing through Magnolia Milltowe rnd Troupvillc, I as a charge as price sections: ssouotry. IB in his hi 'i rt.iabl>> ternlll. moctlia after date I shall Cast
and arrives in Thcmasvill on Tuesday. Thursday j justify. and durable character and satisfaction is g uarau- I I prefect my
FJCHARDSAUNnrRS.Sep. aivl I ronrjK!
t. the Hen.
>
s.f Pro
and Saturday creuirips. Leave Tbomasville, Mondays I This Ebtablibhrnent is not kept up Tot the purposeof teed in every instance. batefJ.lTrrt Judge
C, 1856 SO n "
l Wednesdays And Fridaje, passing through' making money, (strange to say) as dear bought All communications sent to Monticello Fla. will ___ __ ___ __ __ ._ -- I non' f'C the Estate county of J""l.n.L.fls administrator .!. Louis
above named places on return route and connecting I experience has demonstrated to me, i it cannot be done receive attention as boon as previous engagements dec! l.oft! B, late of Mid -
-afedj, nd ask Ar
with the Brunswick & Florida Railroad, and Savau- I in this region at this branch of business-but for the will permit. FULTON FOUNDRY, county adinmisfratiun. CEt). ''a. dk-ilarg ficro said

nah, Albany A Gulf Railroad, by stage at Wares- benefIt of the unfortunate who happen to have Engines Ta11ah.assco E'1t. Adrnt'r.BLACKBURN
de
III bo.o on Tuesdays Thnrdu and ; and such like to repair. i bears non
SaterJaysr'l REFERENCES : 'IIE UNDERSIGNED leave to inform the April 10. lj*. 15-6rn
rives iu Savannah q beg
anuu. --.c The Patterns, Stock, Machinery, Tool, de., Itiity ; .
TLrt-'Ugh fare, from \ _j :. 3avaut.ali.$14 Large in OrJer aT.d Good Condition Gov. M. S. PEHZT :lorida. public that they have associated tbeme'e. in ----- --- --

i1I ..LL j JO, 'O ..rictors.O. Jobs eon be Turned Out tcith Uox. J. L.SEWABU f L businns, under the name: and style of Notice.SIX .

W. MtRHlL', Agtf.Troupvillc Neatness and Ditpolch. Ho. P. E. LOVE, 'pfeomasulle.Ga.I0 fardy, Baya & Co., months anu datt', I shall present final

May 8, I%8. I -31l1 Shafting Pullies Plumber Boxes, Hangings for *.. w'W.. E.S. ?r'LWOKTU'. I[ Monticello, Flit.lioN. for the purpose of following the trade Founders and .(, and v
Amea & Livelv KK\V STORE-XK\V GOODS. fchaflings. Spur Gearing, Water and Slum Pipe, J.C. McGiiEE) J ,. Machioist, and are prepared to execute all kinds of. l hate for Jef) Stop C-cks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow Castings. ?allson. p.COL. a.On. work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines Will annexed! of the Estate of Jefferson B. Ellis. Late
n just received the following, large and well WEBER DANNHEIMEE Sugar Rollers, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and B. C. POPE, J furnished to ordtr and warranted to piv sati.f.irtion. of said connty deceased and ask for a discharge from
celrcte.! ,.es.tmentoERUSHES, which are Gust Mill Circular and Saw '. M. WHIT SMITH, Alligator Fb.pri12567. said administration.
Gearing Upright :? Segar MilN! and 1 Castings of all kin: J* made with .

offered for sale on as reasonable terms as can be a!. MERCHANT TAILORS ie Lc. Generally kept on Hand or got up on S:.. .1 ___ __. ___ _17_u_______ neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished JAMES S. WALKER
folded in coy Southern Mal k..t. viz: Notice. In Fact, Here ir the Place fur all that Want of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare Adint'r. with the Will annex*!.
Faint Bruiil.d, ground from 0 to 000000. i, A.XD DtALEtS IN Wc.rk in this Line Done up Right a&J with Dispatch. To the Ladies also sole agent for Hoard it SillS Steam Engines j March: 13, 1833. 11CmNotice.

do do do Cop rbouDd from No. 1 to 0, READ Y-lfADE CLOTHIXG noting some halt a dozen Engines: uystlf constantly II fur Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Sawiog, BUll Harrison's : ------- --- --- -
White Wash Brushes, of all grades and sizes, AND I running, caused the Establishment to be erected MIC*. L'. DAVIS return her thanks to the Grist Mus:! fir steam or hop power.JOSEPH .
Window do Hor.e do J tLc of Tallahassee and the surrounding I .
it Therefore
same cause must keep up. you can CARDY,
Shoe do in pairs and with top hob, GENTlEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS. always rely on baring work done. at the country for the very liberal pal rooage heretofore bestowed WILLIAM BAYA, 1 OIX: montlisefterdate, Ithnll present my foal
8 ta Root Bath Brushes, -- nail begs leave to inform them that she Las JOHN CARDY. O account anJ voucher to the lion Judge of Pro
do do Velvet daHorse I 'pIIE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening, at WAKULLA IRON. WORKS now on hand A large and well selected assortment of :0 bale Jefferson eonntv all adminMtratrix of the es*
57.
Jthe Store next to Messrs. G.& J. Meginnisa. FANCY GOODS, for the which she will ell May /. !2lyjErrN
Hair Flesh do curved and plain ji II ipring ---- i late ff Fianci B.Stcwcit. late of said eoi.nty, dei .
Tooth, Hair and Nail Briuhes, in great variety, a well selected Stock of SPRING and ] lee Comes the Nex Important Thing. upon the most reasonable terms. A i ceased and Ilk for a Whanrr from raid admiuis

Infants do do SUMMER GOODS, suitable forGESTLEMEXff _April_10. 1858. 15CoPartnership_ _. __ trntion. ELSIE STEWART, A.dmtr'i.111mb .
Hon do FIe?b Gloves, I WEAR PAY PAY PAY INSURANCE CONPANY 20 1858. 12-Crn

;-"nd. Stencil. Brushes consisting: parj of French and English Clothi! Ca.- You will send to New York rhadepLia and Baltimore Notice. ----- n_ -
'ire I OF HARTFOUD.Inrorpontcd .
do do. mar;:. au simeres and vestings of'ae latest sty\ nd best quality end have work done, wihout a moment undersigned have this day formed a co-part i i-------:
which they are prepared to make up ta order in dreaming of credit, but here at where there are I TUB II
under the and of
boo bound Scr ab Roof CsBandlc do .1 I a workman like and fashiouablo manner and cii AEAEO.VABLE I Banks or Banking facilities, or aurplua capital, you name style in l ll.! -charter Perprtnal.0 j SIX month after date, I shall fri sent my final

Pooc and Lackering uoOotlders I TEEMS. Also, a good assortment of n want 1, 2, 8, 4 and 5 years credit' and then require 1\2ycrs; cb Gor1'X1an.: i I. and vouchers a? admim.itr tor of tEe cc-

J aud Graining Combe, READY-MADE CLOTHING I one to ride from 60 to 600 miles fur pay. and probably and will continue the business in all its brunches at CAII COITAL,-91,000,000. late of Dnupon Bootwright. deceased, to the Hoe
tips Blende 1 uitim"*" expend frm.10 to 25 cent of the Old Stand Towle & Myers, where they intend Judgr of Prob.te of Leon eount,, and ask f>r a die
and consisting of Fine Black per
Camel'.llair Badgers aDd
I ru'.ore DAMAGE BV FIRE. I cha.ge.. B.J. P.. BOOTfrRIGHT Admt'r.
Coats. nuionntinwl'fecting
do do Pencils, I
kaneu".astmete, Busipces CciU: Biack and be surprised to their branch of business, and hope by constant at- ON TERMS ADAPTED TO TilE HAZARD |, Mnrth CO, 1858. 12-Cm
cslT YOti
.
4 Shaving Bi ashes-Badger, Buffalo and BristLe, aging Home Industry I If so, ..
-- -
Colored AND CONSISTENT WITH TilE LAWS --
i Hagians and Over Coats Black and Fancy tention to mel it the patronage heretofore extendedto '
thrive I
lat do that it not
,t : Doeskin and Casaimere Pants, Figured Grenadine dos the late firm. or COMPENSATION -Notice.
.
with lot of Paints and must be made for r/cvmcut
Together a large Pant ti Ma. Arrangements bur
and Fancy Silk and Caesiincre Vr I\. "in tiiis SELIM W. ilVERS. 1). C. LEWIS, Afeaf
terials. I delivery of work through some Houso j.aeo. I. JIX Months after iLte. I shah present to tie how_
-ALSO- R. B. GORMAN.Tallahassee
Kov. 14, 185LUnited. 47 St Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough For T.vllahasse and \'5ctnity.Augcsl O Juice r.f Pn-bnte, in an I fir llie couiJy! cf Mad-
I A assuitment of black and fcik! cravats I January 1, [16] 1858. 3-tf .
good fancy 15.
i ne. _. .__ i* n. my,final account and v utler, as lmmi trat-
and ties, shirts, merino, silk and cotton t: Jtr ibirt, I i You may be good but we cannot run after our I hhn'2.QUININE I of the Estate rf Riel.ard: Illirrir n. deceased ant

States Mail Liner I collars xVs.. glove ic. bard earnings in th.s: pnrtmt'iit. TdiJc when Health Bitters shall Urn apply (nra final dwl.arce (rim uj.J a.1
coM- The subscribers are new bcfinters and not entirely : Labor is credited out, parties try hard Ilak thcm8fles 1 minutrntion.
I. M.
{ o those suffering from Dyspepsia, Debility en : Oilers Snlph Qitiniiif, : HARRISON, Ailml'r
ORLEANS TO KEY 1TLSTnfTJBRXEDIA'rJS ] unknown to the community, mid they pledge : believe it i is not half done. becaui.1 they owe T feblcd !I.eiUtli or deranged state of the Stomach I't JU8Trt'ceiveJSOO l9*.*lj.-,wjtl"n f'nt variety .I Mar ?. 185< 19-Cia .
theust-Ives to give satisfaction to nil who favor I .. .
.
may for it. l
the
thess Bitters recommended > --- -
ANDJ Ac., Ac. are y of pure CLtt-u: A M tt LI VELY.August -
FROR1DA PORTS them witb their patronage. DANIEL LADD. Faculty, as a certain cure. FIT sale by 8. 1837 ::-: : Notice.;

J WEBKR, New For TUy 1. 18:7. 3uGARDEliSEEDS I BUTLKR&DENIIAM.NOT. ; -- _. -
COSSECTED WITH Tile L. DANXHEI.MER. t 14 1857. 45 I. The Extra i SIX n'Mkths after date, I lmll present n-y fin .
STEAMER ISABELrca May 1, 185!. 18 ----.-- -. ----- u I Original QualityCORN i t ( lIt and vouchers to the H..noral.I JarJ&-ef>
.
I ----- .- Probite, (>r Jefferson dniiii.tratur
1------- county as c*
Blontvale
UAVASA AM> CHARLESTOX AT EET WEST. 1i GROWTH OF 1P57.T I Springs, STARCH. oififionf the tateof Nathaiial Fokom! S.crriftJ,

..- i {JEW COODS. AfE ,'eu1 call the attention of cur fritnJId EAST TENNESSEE 1858.T7 II I T PREPARED expressly for Pnchling.. Ice Crer.ro: > and ,!>k fir a discharge frain cfti.l!adm'nwtrathX

THE SOUTHERN T T the public generally, to our present Large and I I JL. Cakes R.tnce Mange, Custard Pie. Purri I'', WM. II. ANDREWS late Shetiir: and
I JOHN PRATOSIOIJS.MERCHANT wel Pclc-cted Assortment of -- .->> if. Received fresh by AMES Ji LI V E LY.Get. Adutr. eX meieio.
1SITOUS from the South -will hare no detention I 1.U57. 42 I May I, 1853. 18-6m
Steamship Company i FRESH G/RDEN SEEDS. .
i V Trama conn.ct --- -
The promptlyat -- -
TAILOR, at Dalton. now I ------------ ------

Oi" NEW OELEANdTTAVING I J Our Socds arc procured from :C.,1 C.imate, and th.t poiut, reaching XnoxviJle nine hours sooner I Plorida'Reports.roiPi.rE : Notice.SIX .
Dealer In Ready Made and
Clothing onscqueutly w ill flourish the a wanner one, than last summer. By arrangements made with the
taken the mail contract for above ports, Genenien'sFnrnIshIn(! Goods. I eucb as ous. [ Ca" '- or fed your orders, Hues, victors will reach the Springs from Knoxville I in 6 volamts.McDOVGALL. mw.ths after date I shall preset niv final te
? stage *
.LL will run tfir t class Sea Steamers regularly 'si A Il[<*BY.
the desne.AMES and vouchers to the '
tl.at you may secure varieties you ((24 mile,) four hours earlier than last season, I lkn.Juhgeefl'rohrulefir
twice a month, meeting in the Spanish Hole on tie & LIVELY thus saving fourteen hours I There is also a good lineof' _Silt. 5, 157: ___. __ 20Blacksmith_ .___ Jefferson county, as aJminfstmt'T of the E-tate
Ifith and !9lu,and leaving the same eveniug. I I am note receiving:;Fall and Winter supply January 9,1858. 2 Stages from LonJ to the Springs. and of John R. Blarkledge. late of said county, deceased
-.---- d. and i-k for fiom raid adraiiii lr tioii.
-
THE STEAMER SPEd 1" -- --- Besides the usual accessories of health to be liad a discharge

will leave New Poi ill the morning and St. Mark' I of Cloths, Cassimerct Vesting?, 3fc., oj Florida Railroad. ill mountain air and scenery, the undersigned can Hone S/iotiny fcstal/itfuntnt. )' I T1IO4.O.. OVER AdmtV

teraiiuu ID the arrival of tbe C.rs .:"-.. Tallahassee I Every Color, Shle anti Quality, more and more confidently recommend these watersin I ''pIIESUBSCRinERbegs leave to inform the ,: _May_15,1658._.__ __ ____20CnsNOTICE_ __h .
.'. audfeoui the cure or di caos prevalent at the South ; especially JL
taking mail pnsssngers bagyagi b: t to rimww I citizens of.TalLihassee and riciuity that HENRY:
which I tal-e in the
am to most the
prepare up diseases originated in disorder of Liver
r the Sfcnrfler and returm:.( : "t-ifor the afternoon Board of Directors of the HICKS will carry on theBLACKSMITh : .
fathional'e short noicc AT A meeting ( mind which indeed comprise a large majority of cases.
train. I style on Florida Railroad Company held at Fcrnandiiiaon TO ALL WHOM it CoCL'1."OTICE .
VSIXESS
disease
shattered may
For building systems by or I i
: The travelling public cvu uuw rtstIl5:1llrt'tll1U\t this AND REASONABLE TERMS the 7t'n day of A. D., 18&7, the following up ,
long debired and frequej v attempted c"inmunicAtiou \ LSOA I resolution was No\'emler.adopted' : I worn down by excess of care or toil tins summer re- jn all its various branches, and i ii prepared to executeall "V ii hereby given fId application will! tie

to and from the above poits is in such hands a WIURLAS The work the Florida Eamlrtad, haying sjrt is invaluable.Possessing orders with neatness end dispatch.i Hn wtrk I l' made to the ensuing atonal Assembly cf the
on :
to wairaut pcrmauency and cucccs. Ii LACCC AND Wi.. A. SELKCr..J STOC K or advanced. to a condition which brings it ito useful : great natural advantages, the fall proprietors will be warranted to be equal to tint of any other State of Flpnda to ehaiige tile name of East /Zoriill -

Passengers having stave! servants must see to commoTion with; the busiiu ss cf the inttnor, and last year began, and through the past winter Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee SriHiaarif; to AxJfv (,'otlqmand alro a change

clearing! them at tb. Cuetora House, before goiug en READY-MADE CLOTHING, the practicability of a successful prosecution (I fit to I I aud spring, have continued a series of believe improvements will- satisfaction in avery JOR.OIIORST2 I of i's barter to conform in all respects tn that fr a
Consisting of suitable for end embellishments, which they SHOEING Repairing and Ironing COLLLCE. Signed iu behalf the hoard of Tms
I crrry garment winter war, the end being resonably the Company
!
oard.tT AUo look aAr your Baggage yourself. I such as Cloaks Tah'ias. Coats,Ve ls, Pants it c., .Lc, I i i wLich has thus far .monstratll consider make it the most attractive watering place in the ., plantation work, and all (..tbi i tee*. JOHN C. LET President.
entl'rprsc
For further particul 'ri. Apply! to .bith will be disjw/ of at low price*. I I that a point Las been readied they may hope South. Macon : 'appertaining to his business I May 22. 1858. 21
of Lanier House
LANIER _
4 Mr.S. (formerly
DANIEL LADD Agent. Also a !Surge lot of Plain and Fanryhirt*, ColLrs, I to be met bv the confidence and co-operation of the will receive careful and prompt atten -
in the
New Port. Fls. July 11. 1857. 2S I' UndcrsLiits.Cravats Stocks, Hosiery ie..te.I' I plantcis aDd merchants of the interior* Gn.)with ii conducting the Farms and person Gardens 5 attached.improvements Her tion. R. H. BERUY Notice."V .
Those desiring oulfit"iH consult their together Ftb. 13, 1858. Agent.
a thorough the be directed
,
-- --- --- --- -- I' TJicrefore That Secretary
Jclotred. the tender of Lie services to his old friends that six iilljd sitter
ncws --- -- --- OTICB H hereby given rn->
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS ownintcrcels by giiing me a call. ai all the above articles to invite subscriptions the Stock of the Company
t have been selected with axd with I k and the public, and assures them that it is hill Unceasing Plows. i., date, application will be toads by the anlifcri-
great care a the same terms as heretofore, and to take
ON THE I special iew to tbeiradaptatiott to this market. such up'n affo-d the most convenient aim to promote their comfort and happinessas bert to the-llou.Judge of Probate .f Ltia county,
a may opportunity his guests at Montvnle. FINE LOT, various tizcs, for final administrator, and adminM
a discharge as
I October 18 1816. _
FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. ly12A. to the inhabitants of the several iuttested' A
LANIER & CO.
WATT, I for sale byMcNAUGHt tratrix of tLc Estate of John Tutmn dfa"'l.
I Counties to take Stk I June 19, 1838. 25-12t ORMOND & CO i JOHN R. LLOYD. Admt'r.
A true ( minute I
'. 9 1- B. CLARKE copy rol I Jan. 23, 1853. 4 PHOEBE IL LLOYD Admfr.
: GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y.Ic _.
--
iIt ---- -
I Notice.A May 29, 188. 22-6m
S receiving La: Fall an I Winter Stock of -A LARGE lot jo@tre -- "- ----
FEUXAXDIXA DAILY now
LEAVES entitled to CIG.f'R S
: I Cowls suitable: fjr pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice is LL creditors legatees, and persons felrPd bl Notice.S.
(SUNDAYS EXChPTED,) hereby given that the books of the Company permanently I J\ distribution.of and in the Estate of C. Oodoo'd.late McDOUGALL & IIOBBT. .

I F.tJ: ?:7 f.1,1I open at Fernandina where subscriptions of Lean county dicensed. are hereby notified to March 21./'n 12 IX month after date I still preset my final u-

ON arrival Steamers from Charleston anJ Sa consisting: in part of French and English; Cloths Ca-siinei may be made ether in person or by letter, tbeamount present their cl.iims and demands to the undersigned ___h _.___ __ count and vouchers t, tLe Hon. Judge of Pro-
yanaah. connecting at CaUahan with Stage (orTrader's I of the afsesamennt 'being $17.uO administrator duly authenticated, within the time i ndmiiii'trator exofticio
-es and V etiugs of all colors, Dud of the best quality : pre on N w Florida bate cfJefTerwn county a*
Hill and ntrevil'! Gat Baldwin witb which he is prepared to i.ianufacture to order on each share of flCO.OO. This company is the owner prescribed ly law, or (his notice will be plead io bar Maps of the Estate of Elisba WaJe. late of aid county.. deettKed '

SUce f".r Tallaliassec ; at Tail Britlie .itb Stagefor I the most reasonable terms and h t'.e most town sites of Frrnandina and Cedar Key and also of their revery; and all persons indebted to said PCBLHHED BY I i, and l ask (or a diBcKatga from said adminislralion.
Middlebur ; ao l at Stark with :Stages: f er New acres of land property which had been Estate, t.: requested. to make immediate paymentto WM. IL ANDREW late sheriff and
nmftville, Gaiusvill, Micanopy, Flcmingtun. rod FASHIONABLE MANNER, 30.0 over $2.000.000, and it is believed ap JAMES T. ARCHER, Admfr. c. 7'uEW Jacksonville, Florida, i administrator ex ufSao.

Ooala. I Together with: a general assortment of further assessment of from ?8.00 to f 1 0.0 per share July 3, 1858. 27-8w and complete witb Railroads and Town- June 5, 1858. 58-Cm
LEAVE Starke ail!. (Sundays excepted ) on ar- I READY-MADE CLOTHING will eufficitnt to finish the road.GEO. I LARGE }'orsaheby ]l __ __ _ _
rvl: or Stages, and conaettinjr at Fernandina xiithC b W. CALL Sec'y. I Notice. McDOUGALAHOBBT.Feb. I Notice.S.IX
for Savaonci and Charleston on tLat will compare favorably vith any stock of Cloth .
amen Monday, 2tfNotice. .
':-'Ida,, Wednesday and Fi iday. ing ever exhibited for sale in this city consisting of Jan 9, 1858._ I "'LL persons having demands Rattiest the Estate G. rnontlw after date I shall present my final

A. IL COLt Sop'tMay I Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock theta, XJL of Donald J. Auld late of LeO couc'y deceased 1858.White and vouchers to the 11on. Judge!| at I've

1,1838. 18 I Fancy Caasimcr and Beaver Frock and Business and all creditors. legatees and persona entitled Lead. bate of Leon county, a* administrator of the Estate

----- 1 Coats A LL .persons having demands against the Estate to distributinn in raid Estate are hereby notified uni: Extra and No. 1, ground in Pure LinseedOil of Richard Regan, late of said county deceased. and
850,000 Cash I Black and col.o'I' :'\ Bearer and Pilot Over- .C.a. of John B. Sco< deceased, late of Jefferson to present their claims and demands to the un- P ,just received,and for sale byAMESLtLIVELY. auk for a discharge from said administration.
Sack Surtot. j notified to them to the under. der4jriied administratrix without delay, and that the Admt'r
GRISSETT.
county, are present E. G.
$ 3,000 Hales Cotton i.I Ragki Black i''u Fant-y Doeskin 1 Cassimerc signed dull authenticated "itbi the time prescribedby same will be trtrred at the expiration of two years Aprils, 1853. 14 Jane 26. 1858. 26-flm

5,000 Leon County Bonds _1'ants, law, or notice will plead in bar of their from this dat. unless exhibited within the same. _

UNDERSIGNED mattes the fallowing pro-I Best Grenadine Barathea,Satin end Cloth Vests, recovery; t.h a1 persons indebted to said Estate are ANNE P. AULD, Notice.SIX 'Notice.
1 TilE to isis friends and customers vi<: I Fancy Velvet,Casiimcrc, Silk and Caehiucrc do, hereby notified n.ake immediate payment to the Administratrix with the Will annexed .

First-He will receive Cat.h in paymert for all White Silk do. uu B. W. EDWARDS, Sh'ff. andAdministrator July 101858. 28-8w montl.s from the first publication of this notice month after the first publication of this "fl
Gents'Shawl-, Dressing Rob Fin Silk elllged. of the hut Will and SIX ft tbe a.
amounts due him en notes bonds or open accounts Shirts e officic.Monlicfllo. undersigned Executrix tbe undersigned, administrator
Secondly: -In the absence ef Cad be will receive Cotton and Merino Under shirts June 12th, 185S. 24-8tr NEW BOOKS.JUST testament f Daniel L. Houck deceased,tate of Leon tate of John Bnrgdorfl; deceased. late of Lw* eooo

Cotton ia payment for all bonds notes or open aconnts -' Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers. RECEIVED eonnty will present her final account to the Judgeof I ty,will prescnl his final account to the Jndgu of Prcbnte -

,at its highest market price. -A LSO- Notice. 1f81ilJA Probate o said connty. and ask to be discharged. ot Levu county and ask to be discharged

Thirdly-In the absence ot Cask and Cotton lit I NOVELS 1 1DO SUSANNAH HOUCK Ext'x. JOHN I'). REICnERT, Admff.
will receive to the amount of 6,000 Leon County A general assortment of Fanty and Black Silk and month after the first publication of this n IVCTF BOOKS & July Z, 1853. 27-Cm May 2'. 184$.. 22tm't
Bonds kt their market value in payment *f Bonds SUn Stocks Ties and Oa vats. Collars, colored and SIX ,tl-e admiuistntor of the Estateof RE-A Stroller in Europe; .

bote aod accounts. wbiU Kid and Silk Glove, Buck and Lisle Thread I Henry B lndenie, des will present his final EL GRINGO-Travels in Mexico; Pure Zinc White t Notice.QIX

H. would inform bis friends and customers that do. Ladies Gauntlets superior Lfncn! Cambric and I account apply to of Probate of Leon I II. DR. KANE'S Arctio Expedition; I .
Lit payments for the months of February and March Silk Handkerchiefs, Brown and Fancy Cotton Lisle! County for a discharge Jude admink\latio of&i I MEMOIR of S.S. Prentiss, Speeches. Ac.; (GROUND prepared LINSEED OIL.) I Months after the publication of this DO

are heavy and he feels confident in consideration Thread and .Marino. i, Hose, Ac, Ac. CALL AND :I. Estate. EDWARD BRADFORD. THE DAYS offljy life-A novel by the O Lice, tbe undersigned adminfctrator of the Eotat
very of tblll heretofore extended BUY. .. 1" 23-Cm author of Margaret and Zaidee ; have just received a fiesh supply this new I of Antonio Botolo. deceased late of Lwo county
great I WE .
ONEand indulgence ALL forward and nailthemIns OctobM18.. 185G. 42 I ISABEL-A novel; I and beautiful White, dire-t from the manufactory I I wp present isis final account and' vouchers to ftJudge

they'will .1 the bdocemenU come offered In this advertise Gold I ARTISTS WIFE-A novel ; end offer it to the public with roost perfect I of Probate of said county and ask to Le
ment and par at least an asooont .uffiI' cut to ei- ry and keep cool in there Exciting Times j Fens. VASCJONSELOg uev not i: Confidence as possessing all the qualities which ecu .. cl irged. R A SHINE.. Admfr.June .

able him to meet his Eabililies. Should there bas j ICE ICE ICE J! A FRESH supply just received MYEHS and for\ tale by by Simms; &e.,4e.3fctlQtYOALL --I.-un .. siat most fbrinWc. rtIts all ..4.J.50545j incomparable qvl I'I 19, 1888. '25-ftn :/
&
(I hope rose) whose circumstances will not sea May 22, 18U. GORMAN 4. HOBBY I IJuly437 brilliancy of Ool fried>rm IroN _.. t I ... ." tor of 1t. Zs1,4.fI
bit them to comply..Ten b part, I bcp' they will tL. Express Packet Brig General Aailey, fif 2Platton 27Burning -nroer injuring tht luaUU of the workmen, or I J obai1UW&s.c.F .--
com* forward at once, and say SA, close up tleir ac BY days frtm New York we arc in receipt of iamatts of newly painted apartments iU durabilityin F Franklin T.Cromartie.deceased

oountaandznak.theveiybestarrangunentslmmthefrpower 350 Toes more of this summer luxury and whichwe for Sae, Fluid the most exposed situations and its great rapen vs.- Catherine
for payment hereafter* that may know desire to dmr en" to all In\want on applicationat Florida ority to Whitt Lead in all the Tariona uses to which James W. Crooarti Lutb-.crtmarlie. Eliss

what to depend upon. DAVID. WILSON.Feb. mr ICE HOUSES at St.ilaiks or New Port at *J twenty four miles South of AU ator. It consistsof O F & SUPERIOR QUALITY received and the lattet has heretofore been applied. For sale b1AlIE:5 Cromartie. MargaretFason. Fuon COd her husband George
InabaoRobiusoo
.! and her
.lI, IUS. '- for sale AMES LIVELY. Robinson
by & LIVELY. Eleanor
two eeuU per pouod for quantities over 100 pounds tour hundred acres office Marl and day .Lant- ct al.
when not required to be cat, and at 3 eta per quantities There.are all necessary Buildings on the blace;a great January :31, 1861. 5 April Z. 1858. UNotice. and Charles defendants Baooermaa.art hereby oolibed
PIANOS abort named
RECEIVED.
coder 100 pounds. improvements have been made and THE UU
1Y1 many a part -' administrator o/the .
Stockholders will bo furnished as heretofore at 2 of the land now i cltinti Constant Water NoticeTSberebI & the undersigned deceased baa led&i.t'

A T' Ji:8UB6CRtnERS bav.just received, direct cents p r pound in any quantities desired, and trans- the Land fo IO bet Good titles will be o "given, that the .nbeerWcr.'Wjdk" of Ma- of Franklin TCromartw.&.of. the Cireut CcBft *f Leo-

! L. 4* JL from the roost relij) abe houses in tie United port pn paid Tallnlmsseo R. R. Depot. But orders given. There js also a ofgoocl Hamirock adjoining ,Jl cer Surles, ,late of Jefferson county deceased SIX Months from the rst publication this notice I County tWo in tbe for Clerk'.tt. aisle of ocrUia lands ot said state. .

4t: ,tates. fin superior with blankets or baxes mut'. La. furwanlcd u tbo same which can be purchased.' ..Anv one ..n ,ai X weeks after'date hereof apply to I be.Hon. oodersigMdtwill!exhibithk final account i, obatnbutloo, and they
'1r-- ". PIANOS St. Marks Ire House. I wwhirg" tte'io this County, would da well to Judge of .Probate of, taid county by petition for and Vouchers adwmirtrator of the Estate of John described ia notified said petition.lbr td apr.ad; aDl1l" eaid PStitici .
HARD TIMES with warm lIItbfr, make wAnielt'mg will W. ArgyIe; I.eeased lut'Of Leeo eoooty to'the I 5tO henbf beW1'
give in Estate '
of various and rae a as five} .a bargain my place.Any ,dower ia UM oC cay deceased hmband accoriling : the 18t1s day of Oet.obet neat'
/ styles prices. Persors to 1 anltak e&Mona
lese wi..1.ioglupplllheQ11.hur1'i1J appeals againit tins credit ', that our j JDforaLon can be given, by addressing rue at to law.. .. HoooralJe Judge Probate of aid coooty. next recU tetbI .fuid CauJORI -
MILES call at terlll" win I Iff' CM-li. or weekly! TKi.T.irnts from regu- Tustcnnggee, O, Columbia county, East REDEC(1.'SURLE.t. Widow aolAIiat'i. to be discharged. J the first day of tbe Q. CROMABTI djur.
NASH Flord
CO.2'alzbaaiee I
.r t'UttuII1era. NOTES LADD Proprietor C. It c LEWIS Ad'anfr.
II. l dcc'd.July ,
Jan $(. IS:t 5-tf t( r MagerSutks. .. -July S, hE" '. 1-JrtJ
$t Mar), May 22, 158. I [Feet copy June 19, 1853. C5 17 IS53. !?-\T M..v22 1815 SI 6m I-'
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