The Floridian & journal
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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: May 8, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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., MAY 8, 1858. VOL. .... ,,.MrCarte.

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( TWO WAYS TO ,SAVE MONEY; day, mid thero loanied< that his neighbor Poland man as ho saw the huge bunches orha nearly i A neftarkiWe I ( 1 Conyentea. t ;
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't1roftlisional 't1rl1frssitmal PtWiut s had engaged all their for four thick could stand. -5.
A LIFE SKETCH. manure as as they When a 'yoan'g man, I was distIsg :,
,. -- years ; and that he was to pay for it in wood, No-th's was all cut from these three in the community where I Und far 1ntJIW; "

1T1I1K8H&GO.J WMEANDERSONAM and butter, and cheese, and such other articles acres,' returned Poland. ness and profanity. I married, 11
BY 8YLVANUS COBB, JH. of tie wanted. counted the bundles and then estimated ;= "
A"t1orn.ey; : a't Lavv, produce as might Lyman strange as it may seem, a yonny .
D4L1t: ,E fl D- Dolly, what do you suppose Poland has their average weight and upon reckoning most exemplary piety, and we 'at onrft

.. PAItfTS SOLICI'IOR INEQUITY, Tho following sketch of real life so plainly! been and done now H' up he found that the laud had yieldednot moved into our.humbo! house, fall or -Anttel*

DRUGS, )f.1UI.C'A, TLA.f exhibits a I lesson which might be protably!! I don't know, I'm sure,' returned the wife, far from four tons to the acre pntions of happiness so common. wilh ife*

tI1 OILS -{)- followed by many of our people, that wo giveit looking up. > He had just got in tho two acres ,v'/hfch( he young. '

MEDICINES, >RACTICnS in the Courts Jackson.. Wasl.iug- to the reader simply as it occurred, only Well, I'll tell you :-He's been and engaged had first dressed upon the new farm, and he As the first day or our residence la je&r''

inform their riends and the public JL ton and Franklin-in tIle Supreme Court at)la- concealing the real names of tho parties con all tbe manure made at the tavern sta- had obtained short cf two tons per aero!- new abode drew to =\.close, the 'supper;"tftbfti

WOULD: on !Land a good their assortment line of business ofi notrHolf lianna.snd in the United States: DistiictCourt at cerned. And as tho story bears its own bles for the next four years! And he's got He knew that Poland had got ten bushels being removed, my wife,' without MTUJif JL,
? as are generally kept in : A pal achi cola. to haul wood and let his butler and cheese of \vhe.it than he bad done
t4 iiH'creceivcs:: regularly frcth euptlies.! Then REFERENCES: moral wo will not tire von with any refl c. more : per acre word placed a little stand by my slde1a14;
v. thall: be reasonable.Tallahassee. Hon.J. "Wnvlc Baker, Tallahassee tions." go, to pay for it !' and also more corn. lIe began to think ; a little Bible upon it, and sat .do",. 'bn-th
: terms : April 9th 18S3- 1*. H. L. Rutg<,rs. Agent f.. W. R. Bank, John Poland and Anson Lyman bought On the same day ho saw Poland, and asked but yet he would not M his money go for opposite side of the hearth, In evident..xj: .
Hon. J.J. Finlfy. Man. ur.n. farms adjoining each other. The l land had him what he meant any such experiments" upon his place. tation that I would .conduct/aTnUfi-f I

Br Miles H Hash, Isaac Widgeon, l g't. B. Columbus, Mariauna.: formerly! ?been owned by one man who had I mean' to bring my farm up,' returnedthe The (five years came around, and Anson What could I dot I wai f Id aa" njIsL.. :

OCTXIS HIS mOrEKSIONAL SERVICE TO THE CITIZMS Or Dec. 12, 1857. 50-6m carried on the whole, employing a heavy latter. Lyman went on that day atid sold fourteen bound. I could not disappoint her, ,8M-<

TALLAHASSEE ADStaRflUNDG00TAT. EDWIN---- -A.-HART, forco in the work. When the two friends But I get manure enough for two acres bushels cf corn in order to get fourteen dollars knew nothing of my profanity and'Tct4j.

OFFICE wilh'Dr. iL Na6bimmediat caslof the S z.tTaIlahtssee La bought tbe land it was as equally divided as of corn'every jear,' and! that's enough,' said to put with nine hundred and eighty-six ness. And yet how could such a wr teh.i4
< orn..cy
SO ) possible] ; and, after the line of separationhad Lyman. dollars which ho had at home. I kneel l before Almighty God and ott r 4t Qttf .
May 1 1855. J ..Florida been run, those who had worked much For you it may be, ]but I wish to manure Well, Poland, I've got the prize !l' said of devotion t Yet I did I I read and pray";

!!MEDIC V NOTICE. T"-T ILL pintc3; In the Cirrn't! Courts of the Mid. on the land declared that they would not give more. Our land was well run out whenvo Lyman entering the farmer's barn in the af- But 0, as I took the name of JehoraV bpon

-0- \T die District and the SlIp erne Court of this the toss of a copper" for a choice between took! it, and in order to.get, it up to its fullest ternoon. It was early spiing, just five years my lips, asked for blessings in the, name qf

Drs. Robertson & Bond State TalInhas, and ee.the. E3 Dibttict? Office Coui over t of tIle the United Stere of States Messrs., at the two farms. Tho old buildings were: almost capacity we must /be prodigal- of rich dlcis:: from the day on which they bought. I've Christ, and made confession of sin j a se UI

AIrING formed a co rtuer6hip iu the practic G. &: J.lIei-m :ao. useless, so new ones were: erected, and l'nrr'o' got the thousand dollars ; now what have you of ray guilt and hypocrisy stung my ionlf! *- .
H of their profession:: offer their services to iha cit- Jan. 80. 1858. 4 at the same time both men commenced farm Well,' said lAyman, with a sort of pitying got?l' I rose from my knees one of the most miserable ..

lieD!! of Office TJlahaisee uer the and Store sumxinding lately occupied country.by Bet ing in earnest. They were poor, having paid cxprc sion-'go ahead ; but if you ever see fr 1I-I have not far from four hundred of men! I succeeded, however, ia pr-f

ton W 10 Biggs. S A. J. PEELER'S, their last pennies for the farms!!!, and being your! money, let me know.' dollars in money.' tially recovering rcy SeJfF03esaion-.bj; aid of

Feb. 28, 67 9-lf LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, obliged to run some in ,debt to get stock and I'll give you a good account, never fear,' Aha-I thought so./ a secret determination, en tio cpnsideratipBVto J.

TALLAIIASSE, FLORIDA. tools. replied Poland, laughing. I must feed my But, Anson Lyman said Poland. almost yield to a repetition of the act, arid* thai1

E. BARNARD Jr. OFFICE UP STAIRS IN THE SAME BUILDING AND OPPOSITE: ::In all respects tho two men commenced land if I would have it feed mo. We haven't sternly, 'are your eyes not opened yet!I' tried to dismis3 the matter from my mind.

WILL CONTINUE TIlE: THE DOOR OF TilE FLORIDIAN A JuURNAL OFFFICE. evenly. They were both married, and while got !land here like! those rich alluvial bottomsin Opened What do you mean ?I' Another lY.rolled! by-another sunset

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESSAT WILL Practice in the Jeffi-i Circuit and Conrtaof Madisin Gadsden.and Poland had one son and two daughters, Ly the west. !My land needs nursing.' I Well I mean that my farm, to-day will came. Again the te .taIlJe,\vas spread Jind
"Wakulla son ,
AT TIlE OLD BTAM, SIGH 3 attend promptly to the collection of notes and aocoui.ls man had one daughter and two sons. But Anson Lyman couldn't see tho use of sell for one thousand dollars more than yours removed and before I was aware, there it-
in any of euid Counties. Look Je,' said Lyman, as the two sat together wasting money in that way. Ho thought the wil!. Look at my hay now. There are near- my side was the same stand, and upon it thai

Feb. 7, 1858. 9-1 f after their farming operations were man who would first cut his tillage land ly twenty tons of hay ; you have not ten.- same dreaded Bible, and ray .wife seated before

07 TUE MORTJLB, commenced, I have set my mark to aim at. down to one half, and then go off and buy And, mind you, I have five head of cattle me in silent expectation of the evening*

fa Ii = : GWYNN & HILTON, I'm determined, if I have my health, to lay such a quantity of manure, must be little] bet- more than: you have. Next season I shall dovoti ms. According to a well-known law, :

!. Gora r C'! Clinton and Monre tsTallahassee. .A."t"torn.eys I.iVU, up a thousand dollar, clear everything.':!, in ter than foolish lie wasn't such a fool, at cut more hay from twelve acres, which: I of practical morality, having yielded.once, I.:'

Jauary1.1S5C. 3, TAr.L\IIAr.r. ,'L.\. five years.' all events. have now regenerated, than you will cut up. found myself less capable of refusing now,
- --'-- -----.- -- -0 That :s rather a short time for such a pur. During the following winter, while Lymanwas on your whole forty ,acres ; and you know and once more I read the word of God-one*

: MKD1CA.I NOTICE.A. D. w. GWVKS ,fc n. c. HILTON, pose,' returned Poland. cutting and hauling wood to the villagefor that m3' hay is xvcrth far more a pcund than more I kneeled, and with profane tongue iq-'
-- associated tht'mG'lv'p Icgtlher in the Lit cried other two dollars and a half cord, 'poor' hay Is. I told I hadfive more head hofrW"
... .J. C. BATES. HAVING ; Not a tho enthusiasti per Jour you yoked the Divine blessing. A net* :
A.-TEELKR of Law, will give their joint atff>ntio-i cally. I'm not going to wear my backbone Poland was hauling' his to the tavern to pay of cattle than you had. For these five creatures fell upon mea dread: lest like ..Uzziab-

Drs. Peeler & Bates, to the all Supreme business Court entrusted, the U.to S.them.District They Court will, tind attend tbe away for nothing. I'm going to lay up my for manure which he hadn't Lot yet I can, within s-x-hodrs! fat'o seven hundred should perish for the crime laving godlesrhands

associated tbenuelves in the practice Circuit Court at Tallahassee, and also the Circuit money !' It was on the first day of April that Po dollars cash ; but no such money can upon the sacred ark. The sins of&

HAVING ici.HI and Surgery, respectfully offer Courts of Gadeden Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison and So 1 hop!? to do,' said Poland ; but money land came to see his neighbor. He wantedto purchase them of me. Ah, Lyman, you have life time, and those of no common dye, stared

their serTices to the Public in the treatment of all Hamilton Counties.. Office at the Court-bousc in isn't the first consideration.' borrow a hundred dollars! for six monthsor been saving money, but you havo taken it me in tho face, and as they "revived, I died.11 .-!

teute as well Wauteenah as chi ODIC Jefferson diseases of all Fla.JaD. .characters Tallahassee. Wii.it's the reason it isn't ?l' asked Lyman. for a year if he could.! from your farm without returning anythingfor v soul and Satan took the part of the wife
Office. : : co,
March 6, 1853. 3-Iy
9, 1858 2tfAuctioneer 'If you have money you can have everything., I What ye going tc' i.o wiih! itl'? asked. Lyman. it/ of"Job, and bade me curse God and die.".

DENTISTRY.undersigned Money is the key that unlocks all doors- \ Never mind-I've got my thousand! dollars i. And I was half-minded to heed the injunction f

R. H. BERRY, the card that admits yon to all places. O I 'ant to make 8om'o improvements in I and I've got my farm, as good as it was Morning came, but brought with it onlj ar

: and Commission! give ma a thousand dollars, and 1'111JO con my barn: cellar, and also enlarge the buildingby the day I bought it. deeper and more oppressive sense of IIflt.I .--

MERCHANT. tent'!' putting on a tie up, thus throning the cat. Not quite, Lvman/ opened not my lips, but could think of notbf,
So I have thousand dollars said tie out of main barn.' How so ?i' *
S Ulo.ia.usn, Fla,Sept.29! 1855. S9 must a my ing but the gall of bitterness I bad drnnk;-'
Poland ; and then the conversation took another I declare, Poland, it's too bad,' said L)'. You've taken off two hundred cords of the bonds of iniquity which held me.I.. bad* ,

S. S. KNIGHT, I I turn. I man, pityingly. Here I've laid up over two good wood/ heard> of God I with the hearing of the car,bat-- ,
One who had hundred dollars;; clr-ar cash, and are worse Well-so took off some.' abhdrred
AUCTIONEER MERCHANT day a man came along : some I you you now mine eyes saw him, and I myself
/ splendid young cattle. They were of a pure off than noihing: ;-in debt By the jingo, Aye-but wuat I took from my wood lotI in dust and ashes. i ,. '?..'

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. English breed, or rather a cross between John, I don't want to see you fooling away put back upon my field. I did not take it At length another; the' thIrd eTenjnj drew>

September I, 865, 05 9111E gives notice that he intends visJL two of the b*>st breeds ever imported, and money so. Your barn is large enoughaslarge from the farm. nigh, and I well knew that again the raetHjlV

T. W. BREVARD Jr. iting Quiucy professionally several times duringtbe came very high.}. Poland saw him passingand as miuo is, with Double your land to Mr. Lyman went away with now thoughts. ble table, with its sacred furniture, wooldJbSf
,. present year, where be will be'pleased to wait on hailed him. Our friend was anxious to I| empty into it. If I lend you a hundred dolI ] Time passed on, and at the end another placed beside me and the fascination of BJJ .
A ttcrwy.t La"QV, all thoue ho may be in want of his services.Tt grow H fine stock, and he knew that be must i I lars what assurance have I that I shall ever five years he eyes cf Anson Lyman were wife's and look of aiured expect* I.'j
:' TALLAHASSEE, FLA. tb inserted on the Cbeoplastic Process,a process commences in the right way. !1 see iLl I'd ratltmlot I if go where I know is wholly opened. Poland had now raised quitea presence I could
which unything yet discuvcied tion would assail me, so that not Itfofc :
April ?4, 1558. 17 entirely for full new Set, ts. Hundreds surpasses of the befit certificates The owner of the stock :saiJ: he was:\ willing !j safe.. I should not want to sue, and I might stock of noble cattle from his first purchaseand ''up. I could not look up. I could say nothing -.

El'fctf :L can be shown in its [a\'or. Will be in Quincy on to sell!, but he must have his price. lie hada i| not get it without. Your farm is as good as commenced to sell to the beef market but could endure anguish no longer.As .
Monday, February" the 1st, and will remain till the fine young pair, male and female, two years imine i and you have no more need to be bore Two hundred dollars was the least anyone I aid from Heaven Satan.vol!
sought no
Attorney at Law, ICtL. }'. P. LEWIS.Jan. old, which he would] sell for two hundred rowing than I have-or, you should'nt have.: of them brought when fatted ; and one bullock uptarily pfl"ered his, apd I took it. My ftmd* '.

16, 158. 3-tf dollars. Poland offered his note on six John PoJand didn't sr.] anything Tit: ( the four years old, brought him three hundred made resolved suicide. A .
JUEDICAL. NOTICE. months, togefhor! wth? a bill of sale of the i two animals he had bought a year and a half and ten dollars. His twenty acre field hung from tree Y'in the orchard with which ropft-

Janaary 1'1, 1857.S :!-!] -0- cattle as secUi it)*. The owner was satisfied, I before, and the calf they had yielded him, for_ was like a garden. yielded such as was mowed I proposed to a terminate as in mad, delusion'

and the bargain was made. The animalswere i which he had been offered( within the week an average of thee tons to the acre. In :
RICHARD BRADFORD Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE I fancied the increasing and ,riow, iqtolenble %
brought homo, and Poland was not disappointed I I four }hundred dollars.: lid owned that amount short, his whole farm was under the bcst, ,of } '
horrors of We took !
Professional, Services to soul. '.oar thirds
offer his any
ATTORNEY AT LAW CONTINUES in his of stock over ar.U above the stock owned by and and yieldedhim
j/urchase. training mprovement, now *
uei hborbocd.
i .! Cei.trevilie and adjoiuing I and to my mind, last supper together. Ilin
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 'I Rcitdtnce changed to Centreville Office Phew broLe from Lyman's: lips, as he I Lyman. He turned the subject of conversation b-ick c heavy interest upon all that he gored in the room until I saw the dreadful

(Office in the Post OfGca Building.) I at his resiJclrt' heard the prce' which his neighbor had paid I as quickly as possible, for ]he wanted to had expended. During ono i fall he took overa moment was at hand, when, without a word-
Dec. 6.1857... /62-tf hear no more reasons from his: friend for not dollars for stock and
M"y 2S, !i7. 21 for the new stock. 'Two hundred dollarsfor I thousand produce ; -I could not have mastered emotions to
a t\vo-yer.r-oKl bull and heifer Why- !lending him P-.e mcnsy.Thct and ho was offered five thousand dollars for my
WILLIAM SCOTT Nathaniel :Hamlen speak-I withdrew. I hastened ,to the orch
what on earth could you have }been thinkingof I afternoon he went over to see the his place, while Lyman could not have founda ard. Every step increased anguish. Iran : S
TTY LAW, COMMISSION': MERCHANT, Poland Why-J wouldn't have given j man of whom ho had bought this new stock, purchaser at fifteen Ircndred reason seemed to reel. I missed

MOXTICELLO FLA; No. C8 Poydras St., New Orleans. seventy-five dollars for 'cm no how. JU- who lent him tin! money he needed readily. Dolly/ said Anson Lyman, sinking intoa the rope my, and found myself the woods, be

.ly SO.un. SO( 11 jan Refers to GOT. James-E. Broome- Tallftbasseo, cows will give as:! much milk and make as I I' 1 What a fool !' said Lyman, as he saw the cha'rr, I've been a foola! fool I say./ yond. On I ran, until overpowered by eofcf..*
much butter and checp. I tell you plarnly! : ] : carpenters at work tearing away ono whole Why-Ansofi\-what do you mean I' limbs and I fell
George K. Walker, Esq., I lions my gave way, prostrataf
S Yonge & McClellan,_ Gen. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, you'il never sec t tat thousand dollars if you I side of his neighbor's barn preparatory to Mean ? Look at Poland's farm. upon the ground. How long I lay there, I' .

"at'tOX-n.CY8 not La. T. J. LinUu, Esq., .. IJ launch out in that way.' I adding an rpaitment: capable of accommoda. I have looked at it from the first, Anson. knoivnot, but, an eternity was crowded (bat
puma; IN ALL TUX COUET3 07 "WIST FLORIDA. G }Putnam Esq., Madison But, mi\dear sir, I am determined to have ting forty.five head 01! cattle.' However, You have ? And what have you seen ?t' A horrorof darkness ,
period great: passed
OIEco al l1AmAC. \ :\:\'-. Augustus Daniel Bell Steele, :Esq.:, E. Hamilton q., Levy 'thebest stock I can get,' returned! Poland, ,i Poland worked on, and tried in vain to get Wli3"-I saw that John Poland was making over me in view of my vileness and guilt,before

C. TONQE. ... ......J. F. McCLELLAN. J. J. Snelling, Esq., Gadsdcn earnestly] ; for these farmers who have made hi? neighbor to listen to some of his advice. a comfortable: ( home for himself and God, in view of the terrible judgme Y.
March 12, 1858. 11-tf E. Remington, Esq.. Thomasville, Geo. the most money have made it from stock.- Don't talk to me,' cried Lyman, at the family: and increasing the value! of h5s! farm and the awful, endless hell that a\\'sited'me.
Oct. 241857. 43 I assure you it is one of the greatest failings end of tho second 3'ecr. I've got four hundred ter fold./ But man's extremity is God's opportunity.The .-

:Beni. F. Young, G. K. CLARK our farmers have that they are content with dollars at interest. How much have And why didn't you tell me so ?t' darkest hour is just before day., In the
small, poor cattle, when, 1 by a little trouble you ;got ?' I did tell you so, husband, and you saidI
thickest of the darkness! and when despefrt
Al irlliill8[ ? i 1J llinWi P MAKER and expense, they could have much better.' A thousand or so,' returned the oth9r.I was a fool. seemed ready to settle down in endless night

ANDSOLICITOR WATGH\ :4My stock! answers rny purpose, at any Eh ? What do you mean ?,' : '. I 1 remember. Well-never mind. Tisn'ttoo upon my soul the.\light brok! Thera: was

Hi EQUITY An.c1.: Je"QVe1er, rale: ,' resumed Lyman. I can't afford to pay WIi3', all the money I have laid out en late novOn /.' S Jesus in all tho fullness oi (fhe.Godtie bodV
WILL pracfaca in the Courts of the Eastern Cir of Tal two hundred dollars for a pair of two year. this place is on interest.' the next morning Mr. Lyman went over '
.. respectfully inform the Jrens ily. I saw .and believed, and ]loved and lired.1I
cf Florida, and the Federal Courts.oiTICn WOULD and the public generally, that he has olds, and the: one o' thorn a heifer at that, 0 ho-ah, ha, ha, ha-and now howmuch; to his neighbor's and frankly said- to. feet the happiest of 'and

( AT CAIK'SVliI.1, ALACHTA CO )iTT.) taken the old stand of J. C. Hall &t Covbere be is wht"), for fifty dollars, I can buy one ot the interest realized "V Poland, you must help] me. I want. to from sprang that time my to this I have suffered lea, "} '

REFERENCES: prepared to repair be=t cows in tho country.' 1 So far I've let it all run at compound interest learn to be a farmer !' a doubt of with God /'
S CAPT.COL. J.J.D.J.AIKES LccAt,, \) Charlttton, S. C. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, You have a right to Jour own opinions.' I t -put the interest right in.i with the principal 'I will help you with pleasure,.Ansortj and Jesus, Longhare ray acceptance I been a ruling,elder:jjv
Aye-and [I'll have my thousand dollars, and there it lies. you can begin tar more easily than I did, for
nnd at the most reasonable the
FIASES & THOMPSON, ) in a Ttofknaan:'! manner, church. Many precious revivals harg'liwitnessed
Da. JAMES S. JOXES. Tallahattee, Fla. rates. Persons having good Watches :that fail to too,' laughed Lj man., as he turned awaJ.It Yes, and there it will lie. I don't believe you have money/ and, enjoyed, and now, if God will
JWle e,67. 23. run well from having been badly repaired, can rely was only a week after this that the canvasser you can raise fifty dollars in cash. And Lyman commenced. The thousand once more the windows of heaven
upon having them put right at his shop. for an agricultural stopped dollars was nearly all expended m the work, open upon
newspr.per You raise
WEST. are light, Lyman-I could not I think I with.old '
EDWARD M. us, can Simeon Now
work warranted if well used. ..j say ,
All :fj
at Lyman's house ; but th': host couldn't'afford it without which I do not but in the end he found himself the gainer,
selling something Lord lettest thou
thy departip
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Jan. 16, 1858._3lyCOI'ARTNERSIIIP_ to take it. wish at present to part with.' and his dollars came baojc to him with inter. the old man spake the tears'rou peace.J'As d fa.
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. NOTICE.Hni&HOYLE Hadn't you }better ?' ventured" his wile.I est twice told. He had learned a lesson
I thought so. But take your own way./ liberal" flow down his cheeks and felj, inTntar-t
No. "We take the which follow with
JLpriU i 18i6. _-lt Village Pickings pub- Ere long Anson Lyman was astonished to many might profit. enly rain upon the floor, and his aged jfbnm
f lished in town and that's
---- right our cnough.- -
HILL and O3JTJ. HOtLK, of TallaJ find that his neighbor had subscribed for a shook with emotion, leaving an impressiotf
) TORN ; You know what I told must
FLOYD & bassee, having this day associated themselves together you' Dolly-I third paper/besides! buying a lot of books for RHEUMATIC' Well, Bob, how are you !l' on my mind not soon to be effaced. -Pre*.
Attorneys at Law. in business under the style, name and firm of have that thousand dollars his chi1dren.f Why, I've been troubled a good d<*al with byterian.
1 Then won't take it !I' aid the
practice in the Circnit Courts of Middle HILL & HOYLE you agent. What's the the rheumatics lately. -,_mm 't.'l.
WILL use he said, as he sat in hisnebbor's :
No Can't afford it.
sir. But there's
West Florida,ac4 J lathe Supreme Court my And how is wife ?'
attention to all orders in their front room and large pile your MAXIMS OF BISHOP lIDDLzToNPel'WftNagainst \
and will saw.a
give prompt
Poland he'll take that
(the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni- neighbor anything She's rheumatic too '
.4 StaUJ.in, the Northern District of Florida.R. line. They arc prepared to exccte and carry on tbe anybody offers him.' of books on the shelf.: I want my childrentq And how's very little i' discouragements. Keep your temper. .

.J.FLOYD, Office Apalacbicola, Fla. CARPENTERING BUSINESS, 'I've called on him, sir, and he told me I'd learn to work-not to be spending theirtirrb Dicky Employ leisure in study, and, always 'feat* :!
'I think l he's touch of the '
D.P.HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. in all its various branches; and from their J long experience better stop here. He said were takingno ever books. They get schooling enough got a family some vrork.in.band/: /' Be punctual} an4str,
you I think he's little
rb ttnatic
Ptc.M.18S5. 51 Business when complaint; a odical,in basinet and .
in tbe Running Gear and Gcrew ocr scHoiMscpen/ never precruIuate.s.
and other machinery, hope by prompt attention' agricultural paper. too. .. Never be in .Ii &y. Prese e' !]
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, And did he subscribe ?t' S So I mean that my children shall learn to & l( sf-neftea
business to merit liberal share of patronage. All Dear me, well., '111'call in a
a ; upon you sion and do not be ta1ked.toeoniioA.Rise :
work returned Poland but that shall "
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, orders from the country promptly executed. Calls Yes-and paid me the money. ; not day or two, and see how you are ; where do early] and be an economist. of .tia5 .
in Middle Florida! and them from becoming well educated.I itMMaintain
from either of tbe Counties I tell ye, Dolly, Poland's thousand dol. prevent ? ,
HOXTICELLO FLORIDA. from Decatur and Thomas: Counties, Ga., shall receive lars '11 come out minus -now mark would rather leave them with good health, you' lodge ; .. ,. "( ,.': .. dignity:jivithout the...appuranof..
WILL practice ia the Court of tbe Middle Cir attention. words.' ; you my good characters, and well educated than I.am.almost ashamed to'ask you' to rlodging pride; 'manivr i is something'; ,everjbodrV
,"nd Thon..a: and Lowndea County Ga Feb.6,1858. 617SELLING for that is room-aliic too and everything with Be .4
Dolly Lyman said nothing, .for she was with thousands dollars each minus the education gua&a mt
March -
22.1866. discourse attentive and slow to ]fMe-
J p\ speak .,
"" OFFAT troubled at that moment by the thought that
THE BEST: : PLACE.A good old Dutchman in immoral
LONG & CALBRAITU, her husband was exercising a spirit of penu- Oho "J the way you mean to lay up acquiesce' or re nicioniopln1qnL i
and his sat till time Be forward oato.toi
vrow up gaping not (o -
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. riousness which looked mean ; but she did a thousar 's ;i. to have it in books, and
MA.LONG .kJ.B.GALBR'AITHhavea8loei NEW YORK COST not say so. papers, .. tie JWs: and suh,like/ when' the latter, after a fall stretch,,cooly who'have no rightt&aaL TWn4ot11iaconduct : ; .

: d tbemtelrei in lobe practice of La': They Hallo what ye doing I' cried Lyman, as You ,.>1) when. the time i ii up.' said : unimportan.oriodfferet: # \Kbr
Yill attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit,the Su- FOR ,CASH he saw Poland commencing to run a fence We b arned Lyman, as'he turned I: vish I vas in lIeben." set than' follqw.examples.: .. l'r o "" '-I,
prtmeCourtB and the District Courts of Uit'U cUed .. ,.nd In jour.transaotI njrein.
S .I. across his field. towards home. Hans also yawned and replied : temperance .
'tatei atTfcUabaceee.- Subscriber is desirous removing from this 'I'm to throw out half of this I vish I vas in der still house." her the final account; *" *?. S '1:0:. .
Office opposite the Court Home.Qitober THE and offers bis"entire going just Mr. Lyman had rraf fully realized how iffT'1 .. .1'I' S"
!S. 1881.<< _IT_ field into pasturing returned Poland. much corn. Poland had received; from the land The eyes of Sallie flew wide open as she ;' : pat
Mike t
WhBt I1 exclaimed Lyman, hardly able to he had manured so heavily and' carefully; exclaimed: .Qr yme* ,,
AMBSOTYPESAND coBBisttrgpartofDry; Good*, Clothing Hara-lar believe what he had heard. Throw off half and on the second year be only] noticed that I be proud for you, always vish yourselfin haste. f. t t "

MELAINOTYPES, Saddlery, tc.; YORK COST FOR O SB.' S him i Ido '
: ; (
T''s'ZfJlI':: BAILEY. with more than twenty acres to till. with his wheat, getting about ninety bushels "'"

Room over Barnard1 Drug Stere.Tn tbe You vice can is sufficient.buy a heap CALL for.little BOON.money. .,A word to ':I know it,-..and that's all] I want I am from three acres. But he had occasion to O::!. Children and fools, Bays an old ad. 03A Sbomktb'e inporta, .nt a&

determinednot, ,to waste, my time and energies his on thethird, always tell the '
S Room bay been tboroughly: refitted and S WM. K. COHN. S open eyes year. age truth. Mother seat' W/ '.lutage' over"all'rthVresvof tngobdi"when

A ew in eiceUeot'aooditioa fjnr 'the ,parpoMBnrninj ,' 2rewpo4,,JiD.; "9, 16S8.., 2-tf_ in swinging scythe. over forty acres of "One.evening just':as Bun down, he. went said I_a:!little l 3il to> nA: nbor to come aDd evef flnfsa'effifo'alirafc ;
land after, five-aqd tons of when .
cmgue&. 'the PbliO21iUYLb4I. ..10. &1L twenty. hay over inte'Polandra field where the men were ask -. -- -- J; '

Oe&".11,'n5T- _' ..'" :"].& ";.,..'_ Liverpool,"Sack Salt; .I: can.' 'get...,forty*tons from.twenty 'acres.'- Ju ffl lbing.ktoB op the,three acr v piecewberetbagrain .., youjo.tak...it.1M 'W the A ,,tbltnr' \ .i af $\"Ape; JaultseSret -ought t1OiIS -

,.., "'' I SACJCS, OargO BrigrJ.; ,CJarrer dally ex Cl tu March hare !I',muttered Lyman, had Menjbe'year/'before 'Id:5cb: ;." : rfatJime,11111de r t .. S ,pun&liaent.: .. S )'- I '.'.,: "' fiI
Faft., .; 2'500.'pected. Will U sold low ID largt Jots as h. turned away. i;the"fli'itptece: the:present'owner", had "plowed .. :::5, 0ilDa-U'! 1 1 Dii siid'ibe would:ask .. ,- if-
OT Io'IsW5 llt1PEb-Q'D"ALrrY.J" AMES juit* m LIVELY..ir.d and on bipbowd at SpaoUh)( )TAUGHT bol. ORMOKD A CO. Ere long Lyman was met by another surprise 'dp and'dratted.'Been r* 'J1?' youand h.n the' thhg' 'Would be off her'mldtbat : ;; Wo wonder anybody 'rir 1L-"

Jwwry 11; 1WV 6 T.b.,1U8. .- ;. Ut was at the tiotel in, thef vill.g one poling some hay on here, laid Ly. '5&WktlgjjjtfvI' 1 I cf a tear,that dropped 'I'


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1. la which tiwy writnd ;1d I. eQ tL. irou to; I BJtPH. Cottoa'to tlTtrpoor lod. Flour'is. *L, on Grain to regard the.new j UHaa a triumph of tfi

I nanralv differ with them in opinion. More charity And Protectorate. sHQfttfSATAJTSJUI- \ / ,-'s- of ipto qz' '

candor should \>e exercised. *- % Who, acquaintcdwith the present distracted aud FOtR DAYS :Ma! l.-: : T4stof Cotton to-day 163 As the ordinance ia onlj such a oe as ts nsual in

If each one be as he professes to be,in starch truth chaotic condition Mexico, dees not extend to her LATER FROM EUROPE. bales, at unchanged price Th* general analver. the cases of all nrw States,there is no particular r.
si ? son irhy the people shall b
S : and desirous cf advancing the great interests of the the most positive eympalhics humanity? Torn sary of all the military companies in a great measure Whenever influenced to accent It.
i 4 and for than y' they come they shaH har just
agitated mow a quarter- a inch
country, why somuch Tilnperallon an'd abuse T- suspended business.MOBU an ordinance certsbaty on ,f not less yslue
-AT1crftnAYAYs,18I. she no'j lies in the dust with the oftyranny"firmly ARRIVAL OF : -phil.
prostrate foot THEANGLOSAXON.
Why soxnany appeals,U> passion and prejudice *. May 1.-Sales of Cotton 900 bale, at unchanged the Lecompton ordinance would have 'giTen them

We all know how planted upon her neck. The whole market. The one seven times more valuable. The
TALLAHASSEE KABKET.OdTTOS easily men may, even not price, with a quiet receipts Ixconptoa
country exhibits a lamentable scene cf chaos and ordinance would be worth Ia land some $29
-:MAT T. Tbt market the part week &M b..nI.od. under the influence of excitement, persuade them- are 080 balci the ordinance of the 490*300*

Prices rang from iti W iljf ewnU.Ba& selve that they are right-how readily they may confusion. Iu one direction, the Indians! arc committing t NEW OELKAXS, May j.-Salt-t' of Cctton 800 bales ; amount of over $4.0uO,000.uexr bill Thewfor gie land. to tin -

ItLurp, from 17 lo 29 eetoU.HEtE mistake the bias of their feelings for the convictions ravages and massacres, in olhtrs, chil wir QUEBEC, Mny; 2. The Mor.tfcnl ocer.n steamship j quotations nominal. Sterling Exchange 107} @ regnrd the new ordinance as a bribe toswillow* cannot tiis

.- _A COLES, Cotton JSrohrii of their judgment We all know that we have often rages with the wildest fury, and in others again Apglo-Snxon passed the Kiv r de I.ouj"i this after- j constitution, as it h only the usual rrsnt,sod nrVi

found ourselves in error in opinions most hon the contending leaders are despoiling the govern- j :noon. She brings Liverpool diilea to Wednesday, NEW YORK, May 1.-Sales of Cotton today 700 times less than that demanded by.Kansas, repporin*

c i return our acknowledgments lo A. B. NOTES, estly entertained and most firmly adhered to-and mont of every thing valuable, aggrandizing themselves | April 21st baleswith a. heavy market. Flour inactive ; sates If Kansas Kansas to have rejfcts made th.s! Lecompton !Initrument--

of St. Marks for the bountiful cf ices regardless of the suffering people and the constitution, he will hav,
Lq. supply
how difficult does it lo allow and what she Is
yet seem practically Commercial luleliigenrr. 11,000 bnvel. with a slight decline in State % now cfTcred by the nttw ordinocce when
kindly seat us by We6ne'daj-'s train of car?. We 'miserable condition of the ration nt large. Comon- she
those who differ wilh us, any thing like honesty of i Li'-frpoO! Cotton Market.-Tlie sales of cotton for Ohio brands. State $I 12 jt 25 ; Ohio $4 40 comes in with any other xocrtltr/Joa r cons
that there i ii nftiele of attainable fort had scarcely been rueeeedc-1 Ly Inares, before nuently li cannot lo
no luxury
regret purpose. We all know too that men are not convinced the past three business days! were 30,000 I-ale?, of @ $4 55 ; Southern unchanged, end quoted at thi a special bribe to swallow
her to return the the latter was compelled to fly by Zubonga, and ut *
of error by abue-abuse a man for his opin which speculators took 7'W' and exporters 5,000 $415 Q *i 70. Turpentine steady 43J (3 I')
-m- the last dates Santa Anna was ai tft. Thomas, keeping As we tow understand the bill reported
The Commercial Convention. ions and you secure him against conviction, because bales, leaving to the trade 21,000 lale Undvr time cents per gnllcn. llosin fteody. Freight* Cruier.CHAEIESTW by tfco
1 on the cf event, that, > ulIttre committee, nothing is abandoned by it whh! h..
eye upon progress
'We stated in the Horiaiau of the 24th ult. that} ye U trouoe at once all his passions and his prejudi- influence of news from the United states time market May 4.-S-ilesof cotton to-elay CO ,
like, he descend the effete nation been contended for by the friends of the
it _was repcrted: that Gov. Perry had appointed ccs, and m them as guards to every avenue of his may poa improved J. auJ closed buoyant.Ihe I bale, ot 12J t<. pjj: cenls. Like yesterday-Layers Lecompton
under should f.ivnralle Constitution. It docs tot re-submit that
j Spanish nutpiccs, a oppor- irrtrameBt
delegates to the Mont oniery Convention. We arc understanding; yet such is the course opponents | stiles on Wednesday w .re 12t 00 liles. : holding oft Holders firm. I
I tunily present itself. Under the circumstances to the people for ratification or rejection.
Informed by his Excellency, that a Very full delegatioa usually pursue with each olher. Every man teems State of TruJe.-Manchester advices were more NEW YOKS, May Z.-Sal"i of cottcTi 3'CO' balvi, Conzrew
| here related, who can be surprised at the pivpo-i-j simply aubm'.t a re\r ordinance for the one wlith
including intelligent genlleiaen from every 10 feel it a tiller of much more importance lo obtain \ fn oral-le nr.d luani'faeturers were demanding anLondon. ; firm ; Middling Upland 12J ets.P .
tion of Senator Houston, of Texas, for a Proteclo r.cconpanic't the Lecompton k Eitituton, sr.lstitating
County in the State, has been appointed. The lit a victory over his opponent, than to convince 'J ilti V ml flCC. S.UANXAH, May 3.-Sales of cotton to-djy 317 in -
:rate by the United Mates ? That Mexico would !> the new ordinance 00,000 acres of l nd
him of &
of names of the appointees tea been accidentally his error. Mi'irty Jfmr.'ct.-There is ro change reported bales ; market unchanged, money stringei-t
bcnefittcd h by such an iirrangoinent vaiinot lie ciis- : ia lieu of the 29,000.000 of acres claimed ia the
mislaid, and cancel be supplied from memory for How prone arc political writers lo this fault. Is j in time money inarkel. Consuls were un- CmI.4ItLar'N, May 3.-Sales of colton to-day tfO'i' THs former. -
1 puttd, though it would be a fruitful source of ililiiI I proposition the people are called
publication..Notice 11 true there are no decent men among Americans |j j clniiircd, and quoted at l'6j @ 90J. bales, at prices ranging from 11-} to 12J cents, cl*> upon
i 'cuity to us. Indec-J we much qiubtion, fivrai to accept or reject, by Inllot. It is to le
very rrgrettej
-**-- or Democrats ? Strongly as we nro opposed to j i Arrirzlifrw. t/tt United ,S'tnes.-TIie steatn'hipt sing quiet
the advertisement of Mons. Haller. His i the peculiarities of our government, the praclica- that new flU could ret have been brought to
Know Nothing principles, satisfied a.- we are that t Ningara, renche-l Liverpool April Hah, and the CILRUTOS, Ma: >4.---Sales cf cotton to-Jay 400f a
last evening at the Court Hoiir I bility of a Prutecto'-ate. If such a Ihing should oc- j vote without postponement which h chimed
performances gave they are at war with every principle of right and I etcam-hip Vanderbilt reached Soitiiampton and bales unchanged price as a
entire aatisfaction. They are epykea of in the most j cur it A'ould be the i reiiIniii.rvtcp| to ultlraaic i triumrh by the enemies cf Lecompton.At .
justice, and that they are opposed to every thing J Iluvre 0:1 the 20th April. [These I'.v-j vessels took NLW Yore, May 4.-b'ales of cotton ,CcG tales

complimentary terms by the papers of Savannah that is right in the principles of goeminent vetthtfe ]j acqiiini'lon and a imntxatii in. This Gu i-iimm.t never j j otit lo Europe the news of the fiooJd iu the West.j with n firm iaarktt. a Democratic the

and Athena CFa.Democratic. hiaviur bad any experience ill this anomalous mode t ti meetlcghtlj at Conrt House
are among them men whom we recognize as j The Niagara left Boston on the 7th April, nail the NEW ORIELS, May 4.-Sales of Cotton to-Jay in Calhcun County, FlcriJo
of Provincial Go\ eii.nu-nl, the cor.seijueiiOLS of su -h j on Tuesday the 27th

Meeting in Leon; gentlemen, men of intelligence, of integrity, and of i an exptrirner.t r.re rm'it uellr.itely comj rcheiiuiJ. I Yande'Lilt Ufi New Yoik on the loth ApriL] j! 11'GO lakd. MMuIirg llj i
moral worth. It is true we caunol see how they j I -- i three J.y, IC.Ci-O:; l-siles, and tho recMnts for
s.raeI the
The Stale Convention for the nomination of Eiq., rrsieliag
a was
If ve un-k-rstamt ( tn. I Houston's plan correctly, j ly calling Dr. F.
[s EtVM
can bring themselves to be-lk-\ that such principles 1'WPATCU.j I
time The stock U bales and
10,750. S03,500 -
candidate; for metis at Mouticello Ihe A. r.OCINiON to Le Chair
on and
Congress JAJCCJB.
it co.nU-mplales that the Prcteclorule ir.ust be self- Svusg to
j Rich.irdson it in their circular a
f-peuce |
are correct, we apprehend that they would find rciort *
yet receipts C,77 l..kTho elccrea-? at all
grit June Quite number of counties act a3 Secretary.
Monday jn a which he thinks Idone the I i
supporting, can by declining tendency in the cotton market. Th ad- [
it'aboul difficult lo understand how
as we can eulertaiu -
point* i* 1S.7CO bales. Freights on Cotton 4m1.
have already appointed delegate and we suggest of the of Mexico for The ciialrata declared the olject! of the !
assignment revenue a given vance caused by Ihe news from time United States J eetag
our Our business therefore, is ,
opinions. ,
ilooitt, May J. Sales of cotton 2,500Lalas with
a meeting of the Democracy cf Leon for the same number of The Gulf Squadron, he ia a neat end patriotic manner, and after
advancedrices in from takiag
years. says they Liverpool 3-16 to
not lo abuse them, but lo set about in all kindre-s say \ n quiet nurket, Middling 11 $ (3 The
( HJrenK
We therefore, a meeting with his sc.at he announctd motion to be in
purpose. propose will be Eiiitieier.t to protevt her coiuiiu-rce, mind live j Jd. over the quotations by the Arabia on the 19th order.
to show them their error. We hare no personal contest
pales for three '
days are 4,000 the
that view, to be held at the Court House in this thousand rilitible'trooju, judiciously posted, would April.j receiptsfor Mr. Luke Lott moved that the names of the following
with of ace-omitt-f
nin or set men on principles -
any lime
city on SATURDAY the 29tft inst., and call upon if honestly cnicrtained. It is what we j.rebi-ne order with the people ami Mability iu the j jGoVerniiiei.t. General N'cira. same --5,0-ly 1-ales. gentlemen be accepted a. Delegates to the
all Democrats, and all who may bo disposed td i M'. Israeli, rhaneellor of time Exchequer, State Convention, which aHembeon! tae 1st ilor-
deem his errors that we iiike wr.r, ai.d we had [FrvM the Savannah Morning Jvreirs, April 23.]
unite with the! Democracy in sustaining the admin rather conince him'than body else of his error. The st-henie i Is both novel and intcri-sting, amid i presented hi* budget on Monday the 19th of Apr ii. day ia Z tns next, viz : 1-'. A. Robinson,A.J.Wood,
any The New Kaiisa* Bill.
# istration of Mr. Buchanan, to assemble on that occasion. We beat him down by force ef numbers but doubtless conceived by the Texan lu-ro, that its .-x- J It bhows u deficiency cf '-1,000,000. A postponeIiiet Vf. B. Wynn, F. Sexton, T. F. Taylor, and Janus
If deemed advisable the at may We wore misled i regard lo Mr. English's Knnsas -
meeting can 1 of scu.c of the now due NalL
payments or
eculion fulfill a biicthnr.alinn phecy made coining
he is may
Kill him his
tjie tame time nominate conuicLUes for the Legislature our enemy we bati-fy error ( the |! bill by articles in our Northern exchange, which Which were
Jue-and imposition of increased taxation unanimously agreed to.
the Booth that on
by Irage-dian his
and persuade him to abandon it he is our friend. many yoar ago
or agree upon some subsequent lime when Irish nnd Bunker checks slated that the bill returned the Lecompton constitution Mr. Luke Lott offered the
We are five to admit that the of all friend Houston would yet revel in the halls of theMontezuhI1a' WhUkey, slumped are following resolution

such nominations shall be made. Let u? have a tits verily believe that masses parI thegreat j' .: Let a Protectorate be eloU-miined among the measures recornncnde-d for adoption by lo the people cf the"territory for their adoption Rexohtd, That we have implicit and abiding confidence
they are advocating
full meeting. or rejection. From the bill wiiieli is before uswe in-
the Chancellor.It our
present Representative Geo.S.flaw.
interests of the It is that upon by Ihis Government, the veteran Senator ,
country. right an
-.0 0XegIler is announced that the British learn that no such provision is contained iu it. kini, and it is the wish of this thatl
editor should avow his principles and convictions would tllrn: clni'a the pn=ition ns the finality of his officially govern meeting, our
of State Lands. ment will not al force Na- The vote of the people of Kansas, authorised by the delegates him, in
resort lo against support preference to all other
asd! the verification of the
destiny :! insj.ir
Some little interest teems lo be felt on the subject with earnestness and independence, yet with moderation or
in relation to time difforence-s of new bill, ia not directly upon the constitution, but candidates for re-election
of the election of Stale Register, to come off this and due respect lo the senl'inefils find feel rather inxpiriteJ foretokening of I.'M deeeaaed pro ple.?, growing out ;
time of the sleanhip Cagliari. upon a modification of a clause of the ordinance Which was p.ised unanimousisMr. -.
fall We publish in another column two coinmun'icatioflB ings of olhers. tegc. capture
---- The ncstiittal of Barnard i in an I'tijlia{ onrt baa which accompanies time constitution relative to the Stanfill moved that the names of Luke Lott
in relation thorelo puggtsling the
Col -one Jiansami Bill Passed. The >eu- York leihodist Anti-Slavery caused gnat s. nsilion in France. The journals j public laud?. time result of which must be practically and Janies B. Stone le auded to the Tut of Delegates .
tame of S. J. Perry lo Ihc consideration of the
Slate Convention which meets in June, the other Vv e congratulate our readers upon the solution j Itcsolutlous. I j have been afraid lo publish the ep'-f-ch of the jrisners' I the acceptance or rejection of the whole measure of which was agreed to.

of the Kansas complication. According to tele- The New York Methodist 'orf'-renc, says the (, counfl. It believed that the LVoperur admiion, at the present time, or of the Leeorcp- Mr. Stanfill moted that the proceedings of this
that the incumbent be adopted
proposing present grahic announcement the Report of the Joint Com i Georgia J'els-ir'zj/s, has adoptt-d a serbs of a nfl- Naj-olC'Wi will notice tins rnattor. ton constitution itself. meeting l-e: ferTardVd to the Floridian it Journal

as a candidate, giving as a reason for the proposal mittee of Conference on the Kansas Bill, has been !j shivery rfsrilntion The Conf rence includes NVw -- The bill was reported to the Hone on Friday which was agreed to. ,
that Mr. Walker' is of the admin-
new a supporter adopted by both Houses cf Congress-in the Senate York and Connecticut, and the action is, therefore, STILL LA TEl?. last, signed Ly Meeera, English and Slephen on the Mr. Wood offered the following Resolution:
islration and that least
to extent at
co-operating by 31 to 22-in the House 112 to U>3. Much cx- I not very surpri-Mi-g. Rev. Drs. Herman Bang and part of the Hotiand; Mcasrs. Green and Hunter Jiesohed, That a copy of the proceedings of this
with the Democratic We have been
parly. aware citcincnl prevailed in both Houses and hot words j i Nathan Bangs made .1 vie>le>it oj ,no ition to them, AhflIV\L OF TIlErnIwa oc the part of the Heuate. M rs. Howard and meeting be forwarded lo Representative in

of the position of that gentleman, with respect were freely exchanged, but ending without a pugilistic j and one of them offered! a substitute ; but the sub Sowtird (Black Rejiublicsr.) tli'st'iitinj. Icn, of Congress ;
to the administration, for sonic time, but have not I'
entertainment. The construction of the stitute was laid on the table by a vote of 51 to Co, the I'aliimcre Sun, says : Which was passed.
felt at liberty to refer to it, not knowing what position -
bill in the political] circles of Washington and by and the resolution, ns reported by the C minitt, Mr. Enirli-h inr.do Ff>ni i re-mnrks "as en t.\plftr.a- Oa motion the meeting adjourned.
he considered himself as occupying generally utiun Adfancctl During the 1I'ei\ k( frl. to {'/. awl thin of the views of the committee. The committee
were ad'1't"l without alteration.
commit the
the Northern is decidedly favorable lo tho They F. A. ROBINSON, Chalnun.
press Ci'i'tdf if
; in relation to parlies. Should there be a disposition M J/"if// UttchaiiytutConxoli I lalored jatir.tly adjutrnent of the qticstio.i,
the South. It received the cordial and effective support j I Conferenfre : In/JrJre-l. j belie\iug that i its continued agitation '.vr>ul i Lepre- J..jir B. STO.VE, Secretary.
to A Democrat
we of Southern number*, including the entire del j firf.-To r>.newe 1 reliance to slavery! sa an institution : judiciul I't the r.'cr--t t* of the L'nlon.nnd they Abe'n Spring, April 27, 1858.K. .
trust Mr. Walker will be invited dt
to bis po- egation from South Carolina ; arid the bitter opposition deemiiig it "i oritrarv t<> the golden rule !\ IILIFAX, May 4 -The liritUh and Korlli Amcri- i earnestly --opimnd"d th5 adoption of their But" 0flev. -

sition" fully. There are, however, several gentle j 1 slitute for the wh--h either He-use had H. Myer*.
j of God plans passed.
of the Black Republicans, who denounced it contrary to the rights of mankind, aid | can lloya! Mail htt-amship Kuropa, ( art. John
men spoken of in connexion with the office, ither j Thy think that if thf-ir project foil-*, tlse-re will ber.o This distinguished Divine, who has been for the
as the original Administration! me-aaiire ia di'gui contrary to the pm-iriutp1es c-f thy American Ilf-vi, i I.vitcli, has anut'-l with Lht-rpool dates tu Srtlurday. -
of whom would make an excellent Register. Col. e. I hope <>f an iju-ti.ier.t at this fusion. The bill List four years editor of the Southern CAristian Adrocmie

It proposes lo admit Knnsrn ii-K-r: the Lccoiupton lutlon. \ April -JJtl a-linitj !Knn j<3 T ith a <"inl"icn t-rce-derit, which
whose is has been presented with a testimonial from
Perry name suggested by Many Democrats Constitution, with an essential modification of the fsctonJ.-The *.d'ic.iti''ii' ; e-f all church} member up 't | iii"t unusual, mm a.! wii! <-h uocompanieil time Iwo

t ," is an old citizen, a practical surveyor and the i Commercial Intelligence.I Lills alrendy pa.-.sed by tithe-r HOUH.Thf .-. many Methodist friends in Charleston,** which we
Land Ordinance, which if the j jof to highest rtan.J.nid vf i-pjuiaitionlo it, by means j
well acquainted with the land fTstem of our Stale* neerpted by people I Lii-erf.Grtl Coltott. irrket.-TIe sales for time \v etkj : > oi-iliianc-, nilopfd by the Lecompton find referred to at length in the Charleston Cvurierof
of the and the 'it.7sird.Tt .
Kansas will! admission. If the nimlilka rlrt'ss html!
We hare known him for and can vouch secure ; j j S&,0u, Vale Time advance in fimir qualities is from! : ron\eiition, and which :.ecompaT.if3 the r.>ntitation the 27th ApriL That paper says:
many years tion of the Land Ordinance should be rejected however tht 'i umO'jtjiin of e-iiioncii-ation, nud j iv.-t-rves for Kans.s twenty-nine millionef
for his qualifications and fitness for the Id. to Jd. anal tlu- advance in the lower grades is In law of the expiration of his editorial term,
post. she is estopped (rum admission until .she attains J "special"opposition lv Ihe fchf-i.Tes of the 'mire ; ai-res e-f Ia issi. Th<' conference pr.Isocs a rcodiflea- and the general acceptance arid influence which
I J. The market cl' se j | finn w hieh gives Kansas tin u=nal grant, amounting
sufficient to ertitle her povrer. 'huve attended and followed the labor and services
population to a resentalive .
The Annexation Subject again and other n-j '
to lime rnilli-jns of acres. Upon the acceptance of
-- of the Kev. Dr. Mvrns.as well In the
sacred desk
Matter in (:('nraI ,ievM. a
Congress this nio.litication of the ordinance. Kar.-as is to lo

The Tampa Ptnintitlar of the 24tii nIt comment The last iseue of the St ttii'el. enumerating Ifs f M b. Mz'sns. Etimromit: i ii now retlled, arid gi-r.cr j procpodiniji in Parliime were generally c-f a tate of the Union. The (lUP fion is to l i'e suL- at the itons editorial of the desk 1L, }the:l. Church members South of the in this four congre -

ing uperc an article which appeared in this | ally ui.U-rstood, we I lfkthat! time tate Comiven- nfl 5rnJ'O.lin* nofina.i ;1 Tiiittcd to the vote of tho- e of the Knnr. p"(>pp! city.
paper j
jcctions lo this bill, coys it offers lo the people of I j l.y general consent anti cordial agreement, and
dfthe'Zd March, essays to make good the charge I lion for the iFuri-'<'of -i tii.j mmlMute to i The 'J'rnnitTt of En.irlariil h.vl declined institute who were lejral voters at the Inst election for mt'iu- without even the necessity of a formal resolution
Kansas n bribe of 21Vhlu-0'J acres of lint] This ia fI 1 l bers cf tiie tc. If they the or
that the people of this section are inSac-nced J'v j not the facts ncd we arc nrnrUe'I that the 'inline :1 fill the 'lace of I Hon. (I. if. Hawkin?, whose tuinasI any furJi-r: procc-e'lii ag.iin- liaranrd. terms, then KUIJS.Iii lo cuMe( into the 1'i.io-j reject vher.ho a concerted call, have united in giving tim a token

4 sinister actives in their opposition 16 the proposed { fchould have eomniUlc-il EO great a 1'lun'Ier. The I j rat-mi er to l'ong'es< e.xplivs; r-.pii, will be held at j I Ij The Clipper Shin ..uies o.iiiifcs has boon burnt shall I'uve: n ti-'}. .hitio T-al *.) the prcca- I of from their each approval of the and regard. Several gentleman

j Mynticcllo! en the fir.t Mondiy in Jiuand: wen ii the ducks. Ti3! and tativ ratio, congregations were appointed, bv
: annexation of West Florida to Alabama. The cdi- : Liverpool cars'o fcliij. were t
riginal Lconipt nv-s'ure pre*
tor endeavors to taaiiitain the allegation bya l- j ministration party, ai.n*Mon'Iay iMr.. Str-phcn-fur r.-'ti'-'a. p.-Ir.t Mr. fiJ.of !the! and these deeilcdon presenting the token ia the

logistical tenor cf argument that savors ITI T<* of gtiitintl did atide for of I rcFjieetfrlly ask the fonveiitiop lo take into: eeIi-i- Ciibulta n-lvi-..". tu :'ic 2Sd March l had leen re- ip shap of a neat, sol-d nn.I substantial gold watch of
| pi a irr.-tnt 2.OoO/iCO' acre*, | ( -sr-;' i, who: narktil that he and some others
demonstrative j e-ralior. the proj-ri-'y ruminr.fhi;' a candidat-for -, ire-i. The i LirltUIi corticu ti> gain smnces over \M-hcv1 be abier.t moved the best olai! ?. whu-h! was r.ceoidlngly procured
sophism cr fallacy thfcu reasoning. but the subniMite for ihiin the lill n s pasKl, ar.d [ U to* postpone it till the from the c'f

Failing to produce an\ data lo warrant the indelicate as heartily cond-irnM by the s-ite paper. dunnt |- the* oli'cc ofJgit-r] i of the St.tt1..JU al' o. Fora j S Sj the roh-ls! in IHruclauntioc btcciitd Mon-lay ii May. and this mttionprevsiiedj The watcfi store was submitted Gin iagton for& C-inscription*., 260 King to street.F. W.IV'rccaias .

allegation, he resorts to' the laws of nature to c'i.lcsi'< r bomo ur.nc- c.ill'.u,; ui tutiu to auumlt, had no < ff>..vt.TlJLncw I tm ,,the"atHnnative na lA,5. TLr'-e ra.nmersdmanged! thtII and was enslaved on the outer ease
votes ta after the roll called.
prove that f elfirhness 5< the predominant' l1ri11'lsiet g'-in very far to rebut the presumption I countable r a.-on, J ac'ifrc j was TV-it:> the uatne. "r.rr. Edward H. Myer., D. I).,"
31i. David S. Vm,1k-r, wl o, th meli j Th.-- W.i-hingion ?tatt --, Mr. DoiigLts's organ,and I and within the case-
with the whole human race, and thai the people of bribery oieinppe-mioii n.i-.cd l.y the tftntit, \ < a CCM r nan rn-nil has ben urging the ir.Lacitant to stibinitI

and a -itlenan, is wc-Il known to be n bltur I UK" nun-Is of which i'r:; ha vc-r.tly; opposed the LecosnptonCor ")_ toiler! of c- teem and aJeetion from man
of his section, biicg a part of the human rac, are and the Bl-u-k Republican prr-?, nnd j-ointc-dl disI 1 j eaemt" I rj ii-} } ife-tl- di-t frieuls "
> f CI.erleston. S.
necessarily obnoxious to the charge of corruption I at owed Ly Mr. Hunter" in the irifcanJ Mr. fSte1'bens and e j j.jser of th- Jcn-rari.' p:(ity, and i ij > Colin Cumpoe-ll had returned to Lucknow.Xtn.i -titution, afiei-t* to rerrard the nw ntaaara April 185S.

as the preuouiiacr.t motive of lh.-5r oppf-ition to j in the ILoue. j j l.tu tlone pre-1 ably niorv than any otlnv man to >ahSl>s's ri-tivat laj bi-en ttui'i.ed, but hehat'I I %.ith favor. The t-dUur saj,i 'The. an-i prcEentctlon of was friend made by C. A. Graes.r.r. .
number el the
| I a rpre-'ntint
j eiijij-le the interest f the in the S'att*. We: i ii | The friends I e>f tl:'; Le t-mrtoa Constitntioc-those! I
the mutilation of thus -i.5nir the 2 Land parly c-soapy1. interested
our and with
; territory- Jt.-se j If Kansas acoppls the modifi Ordinniice) vho advocated that ias'.runtetit without referncetl Congre.ations \ras received &

converse of the preposition, ttt) there i is n? suth }t she steps ii.lo th** <"V.nfederioy s.? a Hh\e Sflr.tt-[ ,- think it l.iir'i' tir.i., therefor?. l/> .Tith-lraw our rup1 An imperial edict had been iamcl in China, ..lceniimmg the! poople-have empliatically yielded all tl.elr reply thr.t shov.-tc deep appreciation and grateful

thing as true palriot: :i or integrity of purpose._ vith"iit the ''rt'on, in (lit aJ;jt'fl ti/l, l>v Ctujrts; prt from one h' hiis.no opportunity to hit u? a that Yili) bad! appoinii'd a bucfteb to .-ettueoisi'U'.e i-ist sfongiv ntteJ points If they accept the evidence reeoipr.iiors ar.d f jr ia.iie.iUna a tetimonbl of genuine l-ptowe3 with so and much affection -

A conclusion, whi
umi" or.r- wh.< will n.t pull agaiis-t uj, bin with us. '( in l.-es;: -rate, and r. f-tephera in tho house we
be ignored by the iirpuUive and editor mVer-i that toooften attend each fiievES, -
tprighlly ( Ifste IO1, 'vh1ich [ w&r wr l-prc.ly 11u11- take It (Pr granted tint th.v will! the bill occ -
accept ,
as falling far btlo\7 the t-Elabli.-.lsed chu-actcr of his in the -coirpton bill proved if l.y the Vr --pielfully and arII-stiv rropos? to tl S 1 j In Frstr e, tiC teuiard nsatlon was subsiding.Experitneiit amid al tliia late day, thnapli better late tlian ncvr, The rrefnt.ifr>a tx>k p.aee! yesterday ic the editorial -

Conxe-t'iion tl e i.: me of Col. ?. .l J. ef c.f Ice r-f th > A C. AJ-ocztrt the hour us.tinlhy -
paper for: candor and intelligence. He fays that S'.ntintl. < > .niu IVrry, : *! in England! with the telei'rap-Ii ca nyKTntre Ue trnili* f' rA hch the State has con-
dt'Yoted to the for consultatloa'and
owing to the cnpitcl being located here, this Feclion That ever fa 3ei'jus and wartful pollriei&n, J. VFuincy j MadioM, as one who, for iir>titan twei.ty years, Lie hate resulted Yfrv aati..fti'terv'Ya.itiIiigtoi : tenil -l for three months prr.In I coaf rcr.5e of weekly the Methodist meeting Pastors of this-

exercises a conlreliirg iuluence ever the politics of of the Piiijadelj-hia Pros?, writing from ; lias l br-en idcatificd with the iiilerr-l c-f Fl Tida, j jI the same Ritide! the elitr?argues to show that city. -

' the State-but is very careful not to undertake to Washington, save, tlut the bill reported by the I and i iin evt-ry way qunllMed to nwurao the duties j \e\is. j there is r.o rva' n why te: pooj-.l (of Kansas) 'ibe pa-tr. had prepaid a a testimonial and

' fortify this assumption by re-mindiiig his renders 1 of the Register's ofHce. 'I Yr.iSuiMiToy, April io.-The Senate tadvcrece- shall l-c inHueace. to a;eept it," (the new c-rJinance.! token, on their part to- signify their sense of Dr.Myers'
Conference Committee have Lecomjtlon jjvrcly end \ services and merits an'd after the delecation"
> trn, lt3. M.\N'I* rmlMt-r-xs.: dad froi.i its anieivh K-nt3 end r'aaed the tletieieticv Eho-.vin tl.at while: Iiclaims the defeat "lay
; ucasure as a
that the executive chair and the lhre-e scats in Congress I ;
I simply apro-daicry Constitution", and closes his let i had discharged their grateful commission,

are admirably filled by East, Wcrt. and South ter in the following emphatic words : At all hazards I ,_-s-- -- *i bill. The iitxii-aii in'oleele-rnte resolution, iutroj of time aJaiinistration end the South, ho would the clerical token was presented in like manner, ira ?

Floridifins. A fact, which we stale for our rcspec-J sink or swim, come what may, put Tfis J'rctt 1 Mt-jhU. l-irois---1 POO that one or I two of the! j ducetl some lime since by Gen. Houston, of Texas, prcf- that the agitation should Lc prolccjcd by brief find fi:lewdly address of explanationwithout

ted cotraporary, though it too much Dcni'X-iatio jiaiaTS of tlie .Statoaif ivocatiii" may prove down against this Conference invention whichshows I
; !
The Kev. cf the Cumberland
fcnet place him in the preCicaraent of the clumsy noinnati; < !i of a can-Ji'Iaie for Re isiff of Slate: siJera''u-n of the Kaiii.u Conference Li'ii, aiKljjassetl i f.irrH his ivr.ilers that Mr. Englisu's bill will be op.j .Tv.nisStioy. street
at all events that the now bill is i.ot acceptable Chr.rcL, the oldest Church c'fttmis! order and name
who- when the him I.ar.d in optfiItion to the j-resM.l ii.cuinl.enl, D. S. !I it by ft vote of thirty-onc'to twenty-/wo.I pos.-lin the Senate by Me-sars. Iouglas, Stewart
wag, cow ran over replied to lo the free-foil parly. Amid indicating very j ncted 23 spokesman in behalf cf his associates in the
j V/rlkcr, ]lq. T hi? eouve i j0 urged the ground I Iu the House[ the d.tyas in M-.1 Broderlck.i and
the inquiry if he waa hurt, that he was not pre clearly that the South, under the new arrangement, i.j.on j occupied discussingthe Ministry, presented a very neat and serviceable
i that Mr. \Walker -i.,1t-nt l of the Dein- Kansas There Walking Stick; of Piilmatto, which! had been fur-
ojiponeut question. vas occasionally
pared to Bay, as, at that moment, from tome cause, has obtained something like an equality of rights. eon- ;i Tlio New York Tribte does riot. rogrd the new
j ocratic nnd therefore1 (.0hmt be voted 1 I siLlerable rd-bed and mounted al time establishment of Join
not to txcituiu-nt
party niaiiifeatcd but
he under no personal
confusion of ideas. 1
waa laboring ill aharulouir.eni.
a the
--- j P.S an of position taken by liie Mood, 302 King street. Time gold head of this tgirtllug -
Now would not understood Found Dead. for an 1 retained iu nfii'-e by that party. There is collision occurred. The conference bill was passed .
we as intimating I c.iminiitrfltion and the South mi t'i.! > Tr>ir..iai4 .T.ICtion. companion bears the iascSptioa:
On the the force in thin position, provided it It trne that the I .. .. __ 1 _-__ *__- ___ -
that a cow had run over our young friend, of the morning of 2Sih ult., says the Florida ti> u. Y i-i-'- v* vnv Jiiiiiiicu huh tiTm tu viiv iiuu- The editor says : : "E.:: II. Myer, from tha Pastors of the M. E.

Peninsular, that is not possible, for he is as agile asa Peninsular, the body of a man named liny- pc-ntleman ii-fTre.1 lo i' poFeM lo the I-inocraev. I dred and l three. When its passage was announced, Time project called his (Mr. English's) has been Church South, Charleston, S C."

deer, but it may be, that, in his desperate assaalts wood, was found hanging to a tree in the suburbsof That he has Lcc-n ?o opposed is unquestioned and I some applause and t* nie- hissing followed, but these transformed to suit emergencies and dodge objections The golden continuation and attachment of the

upon the Capitol the Stale, the collisions ray our City. Various rumors and conjectures areafloat unquo'-tioniibl' ; l hut iloes lie oceupy[ the j Position i demonstrations were prt.mptly chucked by Air.I so often that its true character u but imperfectly top is seven sided, and bears on the sides respectively

jare been too violent for his br.in, and a rt confusion ia relation lo the mailer ; some assert that I IIOK that he formerly did ? If he-does not-if, in I Speaker Orr. understood In terms, however, it Joes not the following inscription ;
he sl'-ad of an h<* is friend ihero KitbiMt the Lecomyton Con tiluiion td the People nf James Stacy, John T. Wighlman.Y'm. H. Fl mine. -
olh of the now a is
ideas" the result and this was hung designedly- <-rs are opinionlhat [ j enemy no
; we fortify assumption ) Wa.1iimsgton News. Kansa* at all, but merely asks them to vote for or W. A. Hemingway, Wra. P. Mouzon, April
lie flay Lave committed suicide, j'rfcasio7a11y.as reason that I can jv-rce-ivo why a candidate should st that the "
by syllogifttical tenor of argument, I WABHI\-GTOV, May S.-In the Senate to-day the aijairi a proposition Federal (Joveromenl 23d. 1858.
it was near time racc-lrack the Jury e/f ie brought out in opposition! to him.: Now, Messrs.IMitors shall give jhctu some Five Millions of land for the
that is ; Inquest,
to cay, according to a well known law of nature { Indian appropriation bill was passed by a vote of I of Railroads These names will be readily recocnized as de5gnalina -
however declare that he in reply! lo the inquiry, '10C5. he nst.rnctiou through their territory. the four of the 3!
all violent concussions of the human race, as I icaw hung by some person occupy I 2o to 9. If they vote Yes, then they are to be held to have : pastors R Churches of
unknown. the position that he formerly di-I," I hare t this city, and the Presiding Elder of the Charleston
auIhority -
illustrated the or
by cow case, produce a confusion of persons I In the lImumMr.. Stephens gave notice that he accepted the Leoohipton Constitution (though Mr. District.
-;-- for Faying that he d<*i< not : he i ii a Jlttdia.i- has dorrn
times rated
ideas, and the editor of the Peninsular being one woull call the Minnesota bill English \ ,as well as asserted,
to-morrow.A Both 'creditable
) to all
up presentations were
- of the human encountered confu- High Water* In the W At. an man, which, in the judiriiH-nl of your corrcfpon. that lie never did accept it,) and are to be treated con
race necessarily a
as showing on the part of those offering the
Judging from newspaper accounts, the rivers JH in the Union under that in If
aioa of idea consequent the concussion dent, is tantamount to beiiig a I )enioerat. For this KaRsas <-t SIsned.AMImlitTON srumcnt. they tokens, sentiments of affect km and well-tried confidence
upon pro ef the West have never been so high at any former \% vote No [to the Land-gral,] then they are to be
duced by his dead sets nt the Capitol The illurtrs.tration statement I have high authority. If 5l be doubled, May 4.-Tlio President yesterday regarded ns not in the Union, and not to which would give value to any outward symbol -.
' period as now. About the middle of last month kl Mr. Walker \ I atiixed lila to the Kansas wanting and on the of the receiver, and -
though somewhat metaphysical is as apposite j >c catechised ; l but if it be a fact, signature at recently come in until au official census shall have shown part generous
the Mississippi opposite St. Louis was thirteen feet which I allege it to be then passed by Congress. that Kansas has Federal grateful sensibility to expressions and indications
ia the one case as the other, and we leave it why not adopl him I a population sufficient to
of affection and esteem which ur transcended
above low water mark and rising rapidly, and high entitle h. to a Member of Congress .that any
r ia
as our candidate ? 1? he with in sustaining -- 3,340
with oar readers to determine whether it provesjustesottg agrees mere official or formal testimonial that could be Ve
- above that city the river was reported to be out of Market Iports.S.tv.tN1r now, and from 110,000 to 125,000 after 1860.
the ftdministrntioir
there be owed..
or too much. Perhaps the editor of its banks. At Marion City the water was from for can no political April CO.-Sales of cotton todaytt5 Now it is not to be denied that the rascally ingenuity Dr. MYERS will leave the city this day on his
reason opposing him while his in
b the Peaiesslar will his ultima ratio ; experience or ingenius of this
give us upon three to four feet all over the bottom, out to the bales. The market is quiet, but unchanged iu rascality project is very route for the General Conference at Nashyillej -
this potnt But aside ia which have and familiarity with limo duties of the office of Register decided-quite above the rar.ce of English's capac-
jesting ( we -
Bluffs, so persons go from Palmyra to the river prices. believe
is ground for relaiiiiR i him in his it3We Stephens is its original inventor,
: : Indulged with forfeiture of the present position. t7-; Ex-Senator WrsrcoTr, of floz'ldawas s Ued
DO high respect wet
(six miles) in ekiffs. CiUKLtSTOx, April 30.-Sales of Cotton to-day though he doubtless profited by the friendly suggestions -

bare ever entertained for our Tampa colemp'orary)' The Illinois river"was ont of its tanks from La- It U io "small favor" to' receive from tho 352 bales fivm 12J to 13 cents. The market is quiet of other To say to zi people so poor, SP with a fit in Broadway, New Tork, on Saturday,

: must the distinct opposition ranks a man of Mr. Walker' ability and harnisfccd thos 24th ult Ho carried his "
we express otir gratification at but as of Kansas-so misgoverned and was to residence, CO Clinton -
salle all the to the mouth. The Missouri river unchanged.
avtwal of the Peninsular, that U'* dislikes sectional way Character, and the only return ww cart make is bv rtbusel by Federal setraps cs they have been- Place, and is now better.
also was very high, and rising fast. The Lower extending to him "a confidence." If ho MOIUJ.E, April 30.-Sales of Cotton to-day 400 '5 Sulirnit to the Lecompton fraud, and you dish
g : disputes; aid that U was induced to its annexation generous 0--
pea Mississippi was rising all the way down to Helena. was not opposed when a decided and violent politi bales, and the market firm. Middling 11J cents.- have seifgovernment, admission ir.to the lJnion, C: -' The Charleston Courier learns that the- Life
article with
- a to the of
: stop agitation a There was about twelve feet bank at Memphis. Sales for the week 7,500 bales. The millions of acres of land wherewith to checker your '
receipts were
of C-irnw of the Methodist
cal enemy, why should ho be opposed not when he Bishop Episcopal
question So which no teetion of the State took interest whole area with Railroads; while, if you say No,

-v ," that Hire ourselves, it rejoices that harmony TUB FRESHET AT NEW OILCANS. The water still is a political friend ? 3,410 bales against 3,400 bales same week last year. you shall remain a Federal province, with Denver Church, South, written by Dr. WaiaHTMAjr, will be'

is By publishing Ihia you will oblige a life-long The receipts to-day arc 2,025 bales. Stock on hand for your Governor, Leoompto and Cato for your sued from the press about the 1st June.
restored to ell sections, and wants to see allsections'
continues in the and
high Mississippi, many thousand and on shipbovrd 87,180. Freights are nominal. Judge*, and Marshal., Ac., of the same pattern, for
of Mr. W. and
-? cared for, and local strike merged in a acres of hind are overflowed. The bank has opponent one is now, and ever Nsw OBLEA, /Ipril 30.-Sale* of Cotton to-day year*, with no vote in Congress, no Sands no rail BANK PaMETTEix A* A jrcBA oc.-Tha Bank ofNewberrv

titH effort advance the interests of'the tcholi given way in many places, some of which it has expecla lo be, A DEMOCRAT. 1,000 bales, quotations nominal.; Sales for the week roads, nt least for some years".-is lo put their virturc South Carolina, has been presented aa Sx

4 State* "We ,.outaresponzive Amen lo such noble been impossible to stop ant immense- damage has and their devotion to Freedom to a severe public nuisance by the Grand Jury of that District.
THE LATE SCANDAL is Loxuo.v.A late letter from 18,750 bnl s, and tho receipts for the same time trial. for interfering in the Cotton trade and sundry s jall'
aantirnents. "We like the language, we like the been done. So freshet and
high continue
that ,, { a so London, to the New York Sunday Times, says : 28,000 bales. The stock is 326,000, and the increase Greeley i i-s evidently distrustful of the virtue practices wflh the notes of other Basics.
spirit prompted t utterance. But we must long, baa seldom been known, and fears arc entertained -
"I believe I lo who the in receipts at this point 63,000.( The' decrease itt and devotion to freedom" of the miserable horde ot *
demur,7; toot foigot say were parties .
deferentially not la unison
as being that it will cause much sickness. The Yrissarrf Treaty with the Niearsgu&GOY'
in time high life elopement case, mentioned in my receipts at all points is 53,000 bales. hireling vagabonds with which the Abolition Aid ratified
with these sentiments to the ernment to all was
acrimonious and ,
we The Bell the contrary anticipation
crevasse, says Picayune, is still open, last, of a married nobleman with NEW YOUK
; in1' B young liTdy April SO.-Sale*of Cotton to-day 800 Societies have partially colonized 'Kansas. lie is by Nicaragua on the 28th ult Substantially it
thint nneTignlfied parlance sometime
Indulged the volume of water having increased at beast one scarcely twenty. Lord Cardigan is the gentleman s
bales, unchanged prices. Flour declined sales ) to our GOTernment -
apprehensive that further supplies will have to te grants a protectorate over Nicaragua
by the ren.ad otLcr prints of our State.- hundred percent within the past week. The pile name, and accomplished Miss Sophia Henley is the the United States the right to
barrel Ohio -gives op'
14,000 and State brands
; slightly sent lo the free-soil
In ths article consideration the Penniiarn1spl4et.Lc erring lady. Lord Cardigan bad no reputation to army of occupation to keep up
-; vodtr ing extends about eighty yards, and there are about and and keep open the transit route to ,maintain;
lower Southern
los\ He has done little but disgrace his position unchanged Wheat declined, their devotion to ubolitionisnx But he tabe
*) jonfraternal language which dot twenty yards still to be piled. By'' looking nt the in the peerage for some years, but the ludy's act inspires sales 30,000bushels Southern Red may troops-to maintain Internal quletzid&nprOtetthe
*' ; $1 08 Q $1 12. courage from the argument of life anti-Lecomptou State from foreign I vasloe. amd .glres silk
txoU3arraonix with the desire that
harmony tony force and volume of the 'wnterthc will pity She i Is beautiful, Innocent, confiding
spectator ca5cr. sales
Corn bushels White iu-erican citizens naturshlled orotherwiseithe Mm
86,00p 70 72 of the
; @ Confrere "Washington Stale who with less ,
be rstore'tot.4reseetIns. of the Htate.TTe'fcSwOtlylbiftk and thouglitles.. lie id a brute; nn.I bitterly will ,
1 be rather disinclined to believe in i tlie It inredea -'
I Ii jxwujbUHy .ami Yellow 74 75 ; rights astlioso- ntLce
'.she bat e to repent this imprudent 4ep. Lord JCar- @ cents. 'Spirit of Turpentine candor, is In reulity equally ns opposed to the admission
that ti and d4 cou2t7
prc politicians i of the Hie. all 3Lbtevtng fy iumg
closing by Blende* now being digan will probably he called out/ That's thsjHiraur dull at 19 cents per gallon. R0.ln steady at $ 31 of Kansas ou the terms of the Senate bill as the fullest air
Im cautU'a 'of the to extent
4ieml4' mauntr
pmerat >* -
nHf into "
J 4-' put requisition. (o'duy at the clubs, %J t per 310 fl>v P.ice ?teadv. Freights firmer-on (: himself. l'iieSo'e*, who, as we have salIT? pr"etcnd influence, TTnlier's oecupalionI is goi y



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She is modest but not bashful, Wm. F. Shine & -- :

f rc. and easy, bat cot bold, THE GEEAT EKQLISH REMEDY.SIE OBO.

Sot too and not too old ; that! of jJrs. Gamble 4 t Betton. is rat
young adjoining
Prtparedfrom a pretfriptimi of Sir J. Clarkfs JD. /. 0
Half half repulsive 8 IS&rf. LARGEST AND BEST
inviting, ; ., Physician Ejrirucnlin'ary to the Q-xen. MIT 19lyES LAKOEST AND BEST $10mPOLLARS TRADE.
Now Advancing, now shy, .
This inraioable medicine in unfailing in tbe cure of all LAKOEST AND BEST
There is mischief her dimple, CW C2OOD. LAIiQEdT AND 1JEST
those SWAN & GO'S. Jiotteries ;
painful and dangerous disea tu which the female ,
There ia danger in her V PAPER IN THE STATE. ItijrZlX
eye. oungtltntion U subject. It moderates all excss and r noTf. PAPER IN THE STATE. AUTHORIZED by the STATE of GEO THE underiOTed u wnr reeelvTog

She ha* studied human nature; ell ob UTitJong, and a speedy care mar be relied on. WEBER & DANNHEIMEE, PAPER IN THE STATE. AND -WUrT.which .gOQD3I

She is schooled in all her arts; TO XAERIED LADIES MERCHANT TAILORS VAPER is THE STATE.IN rpHE,Wlowing Schtme will be drawn by B. Swan want aeitlwria QtjQs1Mut3I*.

Fhe has tAen her diploma It Is peculiarly tailed. It will, in a short time, bring on the EVERY NUMBER JL & Co.MaDivgers.of tho Sp rU Academy ,I tteiy. Embracing for the L&d4e
As the mistress of all hearts. S monthly period with regtilarity. AM> rALECS IN IN EVr.KY NUMBER in each of their Single Number LotUsri wr Silk Robes a Quille.. UJe 8tIpe eS1D RIbC4. *

She can tell the very moment Each botUe,price One I>oIU.r,beam the Oycrnmeut Stamp flEAD 1'-tAJE CLOTHINGGENTLEMENS IN EVERY NDMBER MAY. 1858, at AugtisLa. Georgia, in public, un- -5. Fho imc.d. N cha'lJ. ,, 5-

of Or vat to counterfeits.C WE GIVE TUB P.EADER dar the superintendence of Commissioners.
When to figh an ANI BaykdiareStripe,
A U T I O K .
maid is sometimes
Oh, a charming,
Thosa Fills should be taken b fcmaI the first FURNISHING GOODS. CLASS 14, S
Hut ii widow all the while. not > during WE GIVE THC KEADEU Striped Olae rrrtitedMnR4S

bree months Pregnancy, as they are cure to bring on Mis- -5- THREE TO FIVE TIMES T. be Djawn in the City Anguata.. G*.. !n public.; Satin Plaid Poult deLoire/ DeI&ii :
Are you sau how very serious oarrlege, bat at any other time they lire sa Bth. 185?. All Vrrol -Detains.
Will her handxjme flee l-eeonic. In all cases Nervous and Spinal AOclianB, Pain in the Store next fa Mffsre. G. it J. Mejrirtiis As much reading matter as ia contained in On Saturday, May _

Are you atigry? phels wretched, Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, I'olpltatiun of .R well .elt-ctei] Stock of SPRING and the ordinary \Vc-eklyPaper, of the South, MANTLES $ :

I/o'iiely, frienJles, tearful dumb. the Heart, Ilysterics, and AVUiteis these Pills IN ill affect a SUMMEH GOODS, editable forGENTLEMESt consisting of CLASS 15, .

Arc you mirthful ? how her laughter, cure when nil other means IIJIT* failed,find ullhooph a powerful ? WE K, T* bfl Drawn in th i City of Augusta Ga., in publia, orEmbroideries .
Silver-sounding! vill rhiyout. remedy, do not coiituiii troLl, calomel antimony, or anything consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cas- INTERESTING STO1UKS AND TALES, On Saturday, May 15rA. 18&8. -S

She can lure, and ctitch ujjd play you hurtful to the cnoMllulion. imerea and vestiugs of the latest style and best quality INTEULSTING STORIES AND TALES, OF XTEBT KIND. V

Like the angler lot-s his trout. Full directions accompany each packepe. Solo Agent for which they are prepared lo markc up to crder in INTERESTING STORIES AND TALES, CLASS 16, Valenceoe, Maltee J and Hopiton Lteea. *

bachelors of the United Slates and Canuda, JOB MO6ES, a woikman-like aol fashionable inauucr, and on KZASONABLIC MARKET REPORTS, of Ga in public, BONNETS, BELTS AND f RIMMINO- RIBBOJrtt
Ye old forty, (Late I. C. Bildnin & Co.) Eocheater, N. T. MARKET REPORTS, To be drawn in the City Angu// ,
TERM. Also
Who hate proT-n ro bad! and wise, N. E.-$1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any authorized a good usaotliucut of MARKET MARKET: RhPORTS REPORTS,, On Sa-.srJojJuy -rid, 1858. The undn signed would aba call lb attratioa-oftW

Youug Americans of twenty, EEADY-MADE CLOTHING, Public generally, to his large and cotaplefe Stock'ofGents
Agent, will Insure a bottle containing 50 Pub by return LATEST NEWS: AT HOME AND ABROAD
"With the love lock in your eyes, mail. consisting )f Fine Bak! and Coloied Cloth Frock LATEST Nit AT HOME AND ABROAD CLASS; 17, and Youths Fall and Waiter Clothing* ., ,

You may praetk-e all the le .on* Coats, Fancy Cassimere, Busiuess Coats, Black and LATEST NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD Gents and Youths Fall and Winter,
For sale narnari Jr. Sole Wholesale and Ke-
by IJdward Iu
LATEST NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD To bo d.ratu ia the City of Augusta, Ga, public,
Taught by Cuj>i.l tall Agent for Tallahasoe. J. S. M. Datidnon, Sole Ag"nt &r., Ac., &c.
But I know a little' widow Doebkin and Cassimeic Pants, Figured Grenadine On Svttu'rd'jy, May 2 /f, 19C7, L BOOTS AND SHOES.PLANTATION S
for Qumry. The WEKKLV CHKOMI.E & SENTINEL, devoted to POLITIC.
Who could win ana fool von nil. February B. IVA. 6-ly and Fanev Silk and Cassimcrc VcsU. .!. NL\VS: and Miscellaneous Inti-Higi-ncc WTusued ev- OX THE PLAN OFSJXGLJt NUMBERS. GOQDPj S

-- err \Wdnelfly morning, contains lh LATLsT NEWS r -
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---ALSO- c( vod by Mail! fliRt Ttk-praph uj to TWEI.VE O'CLOCK TCKSDV 5-185, PRiZES ; Kersey otevur' i. .hi i-rf.jj&twl Rope, ;
flow Far the Conference Hill IK a Lecomp- If your Hair Is I1ar.Ii, ,t'.flT, mi'! la uiail'-d subscribers by Uie, earliest trails uUnKcu .. *
A good assortment of bUck end fancy silk cravats NEAULY ONE 1'KIZE TO EVERY K NS TICKERTS1Wiioi.e Stnpec. .i .,
ion Concession. Use Prof. Wood's Hair Rwtoratire.If from HIM t-liy. nt "
and ties, nliiits, nu-iino, s'Js and coiicn tinder shirts, Marlboroug St.ipt-s and Kusaeta and Rck Sbo**,
The following article from the Alexandria (Va.) your Hair k Gray, collars, socks, gloves,
Sentinel, may IhroTr Feme light cu this proposition Use Prof. Wood's Hair K'toratFre The subscribers arc new beginners and not entirely IN ADVANCE. TO SE pnawi xaca SATVaDAT IN MAA! Heavy Cotton Oanabtirgha. Virpnit all Wool Limey;

I If your Hair is Thin, unknown to the and PAPER.$4 00 ] | 4-4 brown and bleach- Wool HaU,
community, Lucy pledge TRT/RrF.TATT.Y
: Use Prof. Wood's Hair Eeetcrative.If 1 Prize of. .7OOOO ; 4 Prizesof. .9OO
. .. 00 ed domestics Steel, Iron and Nil "*
themselves to give b.itmf.iciion to all who may favor DAILY . 7 a' 800I ;*
The Proposition. The proposition cf the Confer- you are Bald, 1 . ..0.000 4
and bleached Sbee- ftMnrtacnt-cf
t: rnce Committee of the two houses is Mmply th'u : U* V .
The schedule Thich accompanies the Leeomj.ion.ConstJtutioji you have lerrcuIIea.iachcI'be \ WEBKR, S. JONES, Augusta Gco. 1 P00 4 . 604)I ling,

:: but ;e no pan of it, demands H certain Prof. Wood's Half i; '*tora"U' s.If J_. DANNHEIMER. \:?T Specimen copies sent free when deair d. 4.000 50 . e00I S ,

amount of the public lasd-i 111 vjiivc-r of the right yon hare auJruff, May 1, 1F68. 18 April 17. 180S. IGlmNotice 3,000 O . 300I Eiuaae! Three PIj and Ingnua Carpe t*, _-. ...

of the State Kansas to take the i.maiziderihe ITs1 Prof. Wood's Hair UeeWative.Ifyoa"uae . 1.ZUO I lOt) . 125 i Parlor flogs anti door'MatU. .' .

demand i is proposed by the committee to be greatly Eruptions V SCHEDULE OF TRAINSFLORIDA 4 .' 1,04)0 280 . 100Ajjrozirn All of the above mentioned nrtirfep, will be sold
restricted the tchedule thus nmei.Jed to be then Use Prof. Wood's Hair P.cstorati S
ON TII ) at je Prires. us good terms as can be bought of any Mowe
cf Kansas and contingent tnoulls after date, I shall piosent final upon
submitted to the people Ifysu dwirc Glossy Hair, '
admitted SIX and vouchers the Honorable Judge cf 4 Print, of '4Y apprri'. t t0,0ci: prize are in the Citv.Got. .
their accej.taiice of it, Kansas vo be Use Prof. Wood's Hair Kestoralhe. RAIL ROAD to .
under the L voiiipU n CoustUuuon. If they do not If you deeire to pre ervo the Color, I Piobale, fur Jeffoisoa county, as admiiiUtrator ex 4 .- S0) 25,000 L20 S

accede! to tit terms proposed by t'ongress. then her V-t* Prof. Wood's Hair HiVtorative. officIo if INC Estate of Nathauial Folsom, deot-ased, 4 ..' 20i) 10.000 800 _. 17.1857.; 42 :-

admission as a State to be ] (iM.j ojied. I you desire not to loo e the Color, and ak for a di.ehiarge from twid admnietration.Wi 4 l2 7,000 0O

This is no babmisMon of t lie Cii1itutionaizid the Use Prof. Wood's hair Keetoratira.If !. H. AND11EWS, late Sheriffand 4 0 100 b.000 400Vt $50,000 Cash !

amendment to 4he schedule is r. proper one. you want a Cheap Article, LEATES FEP.XA-\DJ2STA DAILY, Admt'r. ex officic. 'I 5 "' 2,500 "- 200 i00 '-.5 3,000 Bales Cotton !IV '55
0 & )
We see no difficulty th.refor v in ugrec.ii? to the X s>e Prof. Wood's Hair KestoratiTe. (SUMA 1V KXL'M'TLD May 1, IfcSS. IR-Cin 4 50 1. 5,000 Leon CountyOBon&s !
proposition. With the Constitution, Congress 1 as If ttimire the Benutiful 15.4)ek ,) 5.000 prizes of 20 ai-e. . . .. . l)0.0(0$
nothing to do,-that is a oicstion for the people of you Use Prof. Wood' Hair EestoratiTC. ON airiral of StearnTa *ror: Ol'ftrle"t and Sa- tate Lotteries rplE UNDERSIGNED mates the folloiaro-

Eimas.ith the -chedulc. it is wholly: different, If admire the Beautiful Kinglet?, variuh! ccuneeting at CnIih'n! ; with\\\ Stne for Maryland 5,485 Prizes atnountitw . .. ... X positions to his friends and eustomertVTtt;'
you Trader' Hill ai.d Ctntrev i.Ca, ; nt R-.l.Jwin: with First He will receive Ca.h In puyBBerJf r all.
is be tt HALVM |3 QUARTERS f
for Congress to a part .i> :* provisions Use; I'ror. Wood's Hair Eeetoratve.If : TICKETS HO ; ;
1L I'r..MK & Co.
which Mr. English propose to amend. It is in part wiah Ceautiful Stage for Tallaha-seo ; at Tiail B-'iT/c !with) Stage : Managers, -o0-_ amounts due him en notes, bond or open accounts.Secoi'thlyIz .

a contract between the Matef I aiisas stud the federal you a Use Complexion Prof. Wood's, Hair TlestoratiTO.If for Midukbu-g; and l at! Starkeitli! Stages fer NewninE511e I 0 F the Maryland State Lotte,ics, pre-'ent the fo? rL.W OK THE LOTTEl'.V. the.absence '. f-CVwA, he Vill eceire

: -and both pj.rties hivean equal V Uui.'isville, Micammv, Flemivton, s.nd la', .*3il.iidid| fci'henieew Cotton b payment for all bonds note cr ojn ac
povrnmen jcu visit a FaoJroc Irom Pimjilec, Ooala. The Numbers from 1 to 50,000, corresponding its market '' : S
counts at highest priee -
light to be heard. Use Prof. Vt jd's Hair! EotornliTC. For MAY 1850.i .
This be said and : Is all that cis be sai-1. o< LEAVE Statke t'aily.n-mdaXh: ( : eXeiJt4'i,) on arrival with thobe Nuinbem on the Tickets printed ou sepu- j Thirdly-In the BDSCIIC* of Ctuk nod 'Cotton 1.
may IT wissl to Young -- ------- --- S
the other id55. The sub'vK-ion of ti am.-'c-k you ; appear 11 St1t'(''. and oo'int-ptin at Ft-niandi.'ia with rule sl'ps of puper, are t-iieircled with t>maltm! tube ill receive to the amo'jnt of |5K'9'; Leon 'Cen
en UMPruf.. Wool's lLr Ew-torsti T, caution i'ha-t-rB of Tickets to beware of
echeduk io the people for their -rtihcation. siffordsinciutiUalhi Steamers for Savannah j.ud Clint leston;, t/n M-.n-J.iy, cy ] nod pae-d io one wheel. Bonds tt their market valve, in Jmvmcnt of Dmd
If want tri'iiaony' oerhvimig. c-rJciinij Tiokels ir Lottcrit-s i\u-if &tr-liordilliry ] and euclrcl'tl '
you Tuiadjy, Wednesday and Fiiday. 'l I.e. fiisi 45" prizes, siriihirlvprinter ijoten anJ recounts. s, "'
an oppiituiiiiy to vntr tjraiTi-i the< _>:.- Cn ital.arc offered for scull Tk-keie
larjrf cost (
Kead the Circular cf Prof. Wood's Hair 1etortve. ;> a : ic an-.tL'-cwLcel.
fctituuon. That is U> by voting down tlmtoverture A. il. COL' Ku]>'t. tre placed i iThe lie would inform his friends anti cu.tcroen 'Qiakhi.
Bay II ycr vaiit to f a-I il, lav, ISr.o.; 33 -all such are s 'nllp1.Tlie NvLetls aie ihcti revdivt-d, and n nninber is ; for mouths of Febrcary'andTMnrfMare
of Gcrgrc-s, they defeat ndmifeion ur.dir TLc Depot i ia 1.1 114 >!:srk>-; si., t:. Louis, Mis.our. ) : Marxian i L'ttcrt". iiav. been in eai-4-n'e! for drawn f'r-in Ui2vhcel of Numbers and al the same l payments trw
fltitUUtfl. Put tat! very heavy, and he ff*!* confident, in considefitt'uti -
the Lrcompton (() vt rcj-v.it I'?f" It is aLso s .jji l>\ c-\er> p'al.r! ''rngglftla the cily Forty Y -ars. Tl"y: ztrr diucn by a bt..te Officf-r. time a Prize is ilra'vn from the other wheel. Tie j extcn&.d.tie
of the iitlul
; the constitution itself is i ot the question ubnuttcd, bii tlio i If draw l'ir will great euce heretofore .
and tunntry. tf and can CITY O11EL1JOHNLDEJfLILLY .p [ and3t
v.ill OA'Citiul ALL forward
and that the fcUo .,:ttcd Uusullowablennd come ,
pcbtoi The whul. i is ffu'ed .vi'h
hdrery G. 15 C-y r-c-t vour ; country
the Cornmivsiwiero
; ininry. to (i.e -.utiieucC.! ml re: by thcui>clves of the iridacetuenta offered in this &4v
proper i JJ''i.u LottfrvDiif .ri.( >. Utv-'tiic of tlieni. the .btr ;
think Mr. Enpirh and iLo \\Lo co-opvratc I WHAT OI:K JJEIGHKOKS AY OF Lottciit ; I tKo Prize ; phevd aijaiit uun ti.-ten.tnt ;:nd pay at lea&.t nv amount pufSi-Ien ti1 entule -
) r.y Order iu the Ai.rvlaud! State
cated until all tie Prize *
with Lira d< *..rv.cJit fo- the Ilberulity aiid <;oucilUtory Hr. ?rLane's! Celebrated UicrKrw I'ihI,,. ; -' T OFLD r p vtfuli V ititt-ni t l' piibh'that heY drawn. Th;* ojK'T.tU'n i=< rfj> ; him to r.ic-et his liabilities. Should there !* r'

spirit tiioy h.\ve iua.ifc=ted.'l'w Yvik, Aupusl 3u, ];CC.Ii7 > )hi- !lt.aV:- ti t'l IT 'it riir.; ( ki.ov.ii: n* the AGN1FXCENr h'IUt. ? are drawn waJ.Api'"jriin 1' ie-y.--'l and any 41 l.cpe none) \vl'?a circumstances will not ,iiI

-- We tj,* ind'ripred, havtr wade trial of iJr. M' li-iwn 1t"i.1! ; uiid \\ii t.ikc crr.; on ti.c first of GRAND; CNSOLITEi> LOTTERY, CLASS G, <.iirii. ie two precedi.i \ lit th r-j to coaiiy.[ eveis ia part I Iwpe they will
thoiC draw thefirit
the lin'r i'>uinrs to iuj
tin: 17'rk 1'c'ilruIcr.ciiiiiic Lane's LiTtr PUIa. n'ut aclKon-ivJ-e that they hre the L.st lay in'rt. IT ir: untirirur <->:'-! ti"R; M11 In- ticil to give T(. f-e draii in Baltimore City, May 22, 1S>3. tv.o Prizes euc 'fi'will)be tufiti-d to C.i" tS: come rwiird at oner, aid say se'. close up their.o*

iws! la"dicine for Sif L JVa.iEchc 1yspef.&a, and Liver Com.l2.'iiu I full ha'i-.iH--lion. I'> ai1 wi'.i i\il j!I Iill jmruiiizc Li!!'. .- 16 1''run Dallots out of 75 _;X2 T Prizes. For psanple '{ Tiek--i ApproAiintitivii Nc>. I15'J 'i counts; .nd utke: the n-ry bet arrnnjement thft

Latest Indian :Iiti2e7ce from l\rl .if'erP, ..29rzt I rl that \\t have ever used. V\'e laTuJ k-asiire in Tt. 'Oinmeuding .-J, Is.-v T.I I Grnu4 Prtzt of4O.OO9 10 PrIzes of------ thoTOf'ft; '! Friz.-. tW-c TxkeU i.anibertdJ24 pow>r for j> y't"ct Ltretfier. that be mar Tcnoirv
ILt-ra tj lL* pui-...:; au V iL, ) ;S. I ; i ll'2.r.'j. will each" be w.titled 1., -
1 149.1 12tfl.
--' .O'- G3 I l'S.8. 1
I .
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1 I- 7-tf '
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who :.re tro'jbl'd with a :y oftl. tioe i cc/Uij-Uir.ts !!U p >cIheui 'fl .
? Jtu I 1 L) 6 It Tiukft .No. f.50 urawa the ?:.0OCO Prize. V
On the orntal of the! I". S. Steamer Gra$ Cu' t a fair irisl, tiey K .J i: i'. 5n.M'ai-. :knowlcdjrt fieir tU t --- - 100. -- -
hare thr. the kicduMaj. ofI 2 .. -- - I those Tirk1nuniberr } i-lS 5-1V, C51. 512illeachbf
from Frt Myers, we SELECT
jugi (>
C 4)I
beneficial eSVl. :iJ: ?1 r.VII.N"a. I t-: r..y. ; rp'f\: t- I.trvl-'rl / > no l.s4) '
ycKiN-auv, J-ctii furi.ishcd villi the iit'wg lZiS.: HILL, V.Tryy.. A 1 i.t-I i\ .. b L t A 14JL1JULt ) i-i ,,, 7l:3: 1II -.) iitilk-i i-j $ *>t n, ;uao ci uccunii-''g tu thieab.esia.me. ,
) 41j9 :;ur-; i' I IS rrflE UND EISTtNCD b. ti.i iuforjuthi

: gratifying-n. liiixY intclligcisc'1.G BOWLEOS find Staff. conbittiBg of his ; 7 Pnrchs.s.ert ..c cree1tGask lor!>i:. M'LAKE'S i I a-r_ .- P ,.f .- --( ..... ... ..... The 5Cii rize 'jf*2( tiIi 1.s- li U.t -L eitiseiis Tnr.fiu ?"e r.uJ vk-inlty; ; : tat Li.
VEEMI1UCE icauufutturcdhv
l.rieiIaVai- Chief, %iz: CELESEATED Pit .tii ethtr, rizxu.0 !' TLITAYE f"nrcd i c--i T"uttcrt1.5p in the prp.ctici? o!' Tickte lldvtt ri, ( uarter t2.-o:: EilthiCvrtieate last iijjuje of the Xuii.lnsr t'i' .t draws U.o >70,0(0( ,,o.ts to tpeu a &> el e? -.l Reboot rijUv j
Ytnallcpi-t ii.coapari- J-L l.s\v, aril idi1; :u-iid t., b ',t Pa.kage of2'Whtil' ...... .... ... 12tdo. Prize. For txutupl if the Nurt.btr dratrin the instruct k>n of youtk llavii g Lau conrUt-rabi txjIerieflee
scuar wortlJes. Dr. M"i.aac's ter uiiie Yermilupe: 'il"' : any frof-sioaal M- .. .... .... .
etc o' ia this J
; ia t --hii.r h.oprtyunitnngsul
la with I tln-uall tlie i'ieketi.tvheietle < c.ty.
AsNwAc, *on cf the above, ness entrusted to (]In ir i"v.: ?70'UJ': Prize ai \O. ;
his celebrated lAvr 1ik. !l.t. had fall do. do. ( tta'tr at
can re..peetIedrugstores. -- -- - I Ido.
OLE-VTAU-TEE-TCSTI No. jis-.lc in 1 \\iil be frnitlil{ to ?JO. If and uireniitti-d cner;'v, to meri& n ehjre cf p
SUJLE, ; 1>. P.JJ'.Ki ; A r.ttUY: AMAKFP.. .1 'i stI.tli i
.' ittl\\v' t'.i j -- - - -
; FOOSHADJO, Billy's father in Liw, cue gf.-ii f ( .r.; r. ilsj- 1. Ute:. ii the No. tnih with! No 2, then all the Tickets wLere p-itiu-.agt Th* great.et Core wilt bib taktijtLuse

KOKVSUUVO, lnsj>cct >r and <;5ralistimo of the -W FLEMING! CEOS.j. HAVANA PLAN.t I the No. t-D'J? in 'aill be entitled to -}> ttJ sa outo comiiiitt to my cLare, Luth iuppjjMii
Indian Army."with S3 warriors and So women ard .-;%-- 4 __ 0. anil il't-rai.!

i t children, arc r.ow in Rt Foil Myers, and willing to :ftiis. Hailer ; ; Certificates t'f Paci-agei. will be >1J at th\ t fwllow- i As complete npJ 'tliorwish; 2n cnla.catiooi i 1 b'
All ii who and Priiep..t
the number tIe ,
& Summer Goods j put every be obiaiuvii Irstituf'oo in
emigrate.A S. Spring V iu another. iat-s, which is tie risk : | jrivtn us can &l ajij.u.lh-r
party eonsi-'Vng: of a portion cf the Indian delegation 75 OiJLf) Yj'flC, '0 lje CfliE'fl fY CVrtitlc.ilM'of Package 10 Whole Titlets.f SO j the State, nnd as soon as the patromgwwill warrasj:

left th 'ja'iial.at1-- 'list !Hv 4 >i > ]..- hi : Ivrftiirnaneeiii 1 hi tbix: 7lit', vhich in tin. fuxhiunrd invlti of abia i ti.t nsslstanta will b .
V with few of Uilly'fr waniors, on ; VH 1 ''"r. IliCI'V! '- I' I. MofE OKj lo Half 40JO ur> cmp : procure- iietttacC.a

21lh, in 8t
in pursuit of UiJly's \KA pariy. It presumed S. u-dv_ L. li-rI.'' .;: flt-C VI1 eoli.meAee at j !1. GilAND Cu.\SGLhh'A'1iD.-ExLra Class C, .. .. IU E'-Lth! aIn 10 i B30EXKEEPINGwill *

they are er! this, at FK$ ii}era.Oh o'clock. I JJ'-r 4-'ir j, ,.?,, i 1.1,1 s'ew YcikLADIES I To be Jrawn in ISaltlmoro! ilJ., Saturday,.MA V 27th,15C". ordo-irIg 'rk-kts or Certificate?, enclose! thetiIut.y ; be cenmeneJ, nnd thost pnpiJs tlesiieni-

the same day a party of slriecn omJer HALJ.ECK Hay P. 1858 lrti (t., i'ur :itddreas fi the Tickrts ordi-red on le- [ fiMnitrfMl life will-l bs
bn.ng a fully ttrrer
TfsKtM'G left fv-r the V DRESS GOODS 50.60.0' l'riz oiotou Tickets '. qualiuod
i.t; C\pre.-s accompanied e.ipt of wbch thoy will bc'ftnsrar'lcd by first mal!.
iutit- of the Boom.Cl.
by Col. Rutlu-rford, for a Ciuil interview with i RailroacJ Notice h'ATX cy CAM, ,v ; MOW PRlZi: ', WAX HLAKS.IN Purchane'n ear Lave tickets ending: ia any rlijure they V *-.ic upon.the au Old Sam Jones (.fti the return of these two .
par may desurnatr.! : 'IVrm vIFivd Months . .. .
BOOTS ; .:; 2 0
ties lo Ft. My or*, about the Clh! My next, Col. lirct S ,--fEM}:. The List of Urixvn Nunibrra and Prizes will b* Stf
.. 15
or will] depart for the Wtei. [ ...u ., ..i* .,*...-. .7 ,T1 ?., i> J1AIIIMVAKK) ] } A.\J > CIJOCKERY( : o nFDtCTION U'rliI-LL "EtZLS PAY.Iit.E rrj.i. sent to purchases iinineihutely after tito iirawin;. I ICS Primary The exercises Departmer.t of the SCHOOL.w21 ccmrnence. oa 4

This party of Indians, including 40 women and Monticello Branch Railroad. I : U.\lLJ t'LctTlN: ; 1 True of----------*"l,400 4 Approximate fcj_JiOO I PurcJ-afrs will ; ieee wite their .signaturepl.ii MONDAY.( January 4th. 1853.Any >

childrtf lit Egmont Kt-y. vilhout vnuuivratiug any ... .. .. 5.Oi$) I and gi-e '.heir Post OtTioe. <2ounfy anil: State. *
Piantfltitiidr. M.itiin \
fiioetrid.v w-i.ich ir.foiraiti'Jii be obtained
t thut may arrlv e v ith the ;cJ. p ton now oat, will ---b- we i.Oo IC V lt'O JlcuiiTtibr-r that Prize is drawn and < requirnl can >j ffjflwation
will f\}\ > ti"j.. >j.i irusi-iiable tLiini.I f every t,> thf subscriber at hU reudeuco ttliitore I
1 4 T" iistalireiit < 20 i rent i" failed! fur i .fluI4) or, ,
number 157; including hij. llectc-rs" will count pf-T piva3 I S -- -- -- -- -- lull W.I'HOiuctum.; ) i

20C; \t-rvrood cargo 'f Krtl.-kin for the Grey !, -/! V'i: Ir-t ilny. l 3F'niiil one < f 20) p< r rent ray- I Cw"::: CirV'H ( tLL. r\::: \ 1 2.2ji'OtI .) t 1G 100i I jijiy.il'leiu_- :, All pii/.ee .f 1.i-i' ) and under pa'-l} i idiuUly imruo oj CV1. IL H. IU.RJ.Y. S

Cloud. able on lt ,7un<-, If-a*!, fioiij subecnb'-t to tbe lI'lUKlS. S'JOTl' J; I 100LF.. ; .. 2flvlc D. B. CLAYTON'.
i --- -- --- aitti tie J'a\\i ;-othe. prizes at the usu. !
1 Ir.mch{ Road lo Mortlcd.: by order of the Buaid 1 I .. 1.I3tt D.-f. 5. 1S57. 49
April 30, K-OS. lL''-tf l -- -- lGoc time of thirty day?. _
1 if Director ---- -- --
Kantas Bill Ped. V 1 V.an ((1C 10'Jl All eornintiiiic.ikions strictly 'onfiiJtntial.Ad State Lotteries

The KaiEns Bill, as amcnot-d in 'Tiferer.'v<: Con | Mcfsrr. enhan it: Fidmer] are authon'zed to receive Family Groceries. ". -- 1.ooo M .!re 3 Orders f ir Tickt-ts or Ceridc.itc! '<> Blaryland
the saaje, and tuis,uc tiiicutes for J-I'KI inslaln .j .. .. i.i'fio' ir 4: 100 R. FRAME i CO, Slanders. .
jnittee .r.d elsewhere in d.tnil, has fc'. \V.\N Jc CO. f'a. .
j.ubli-Jicd \
: Avgitsla
cn F. II FLAG S eV. M.di I'3 JM)0) 41 .. 40 SS
passed-past-e2 both io&es. J'ibilate! let u tlioiit. ; OTLMOND, & CO., 10 .- 25it) -.- a, 1"T" Poison* residing near Montgomery, Ala., or 1 1Atlan'a S
Tr'asiiK-r Peu. &. Ga. IL K. Co. dlTlro'T :
Kansas is dead! dead dead done bleeding i I A UK receJMiijj fr'mesSilf.- in p.t it, a fm.ill ;nid 100 "'10 4'JO' 20 Ga_ can l.ave their orders filled! and save j C AJJ f I ICE .. .

done up finally and forever, we may hope, as a. public ; May 8. 1858. 10-tf u\ ext -n-ivi- Mij-ply <;( fMOCLilIt.S; iiK-hiditu oo- Prufiordttfriuii.ed ii-l.l! or c l/j tfl.Whiile tic!. Cap tal Trize. being I time, by addr -s inij 5. Swan i Co., at either of those j jtiiie >ER-SOY'S livjngat a distance should be extremfr

pest and nuisance-at least, let r.s j-cshe may ColTco.! :--rat-: Lnn, ), uf., PJu L>-aidv_ and Y ri sea ickt-U, .*1", Halves $5, Quarter* |2.60l4nacrsrtrUReat"Mjf I -?. | I 1 ly cautious of -shorn they order Lottery TielteV

heroafur conijtellc'l to fight out her own quarrels. To the Traveling Public, | Also Oil, IViuta, cLc.j A 1okag t-s If "\Vliolofl, wherepers.ll cl:7'i'iekels: for &de Iti. E. M. \\'rsT, l i or Certificates of Packages cf"T5ckeC TVe 6untr*

j ALSO s ttU to ]J.t- Uie ott'v.! \\ill l Ie t-nt f.r..t' flooded with and *
Tallaluiswc J'ld.rj u Iwigiis swindling Lotterfca. EV-
The Bill passed both Houses 01 Friday-in the S Senate 31 2-iu tha House fuS. The I :rTc3w I I A largo and eomjn1 i-tock t.f La. (10.! lfiQ"arl.TH. do. 24 2V': A list <>f the numbers, that arc drawn from cry inducement is held out to gtt persons to Invert
to to
by there 114 of words in and Children'* bin-OS ilouts and Ikn>tecs. Ali oaee- : . u... K.; Uiglitus, d'j. li the whet!, with the aniuuut of the Prize that each monev in them. Capital Piizes of from $20,00( 10"S40.0UO

despatch says end was a perfect war but fortunately j K-t etck <>f I Dry: ti<.ods, i inprisiii in f :irt, Iuh'aI oce i-i entitled to \> ill be piihlished after every ilruwi'Mr head their schemes-wiih tickets "at f f-i-
both Houses, rencontres Anticipated; orders fir Tickf-ts in the r.bovo
cAll splendid
the contention farther than word. I Drc.-ii (iiifi'ls. Prints. Linen?, plain: and ilriltuii, : in the following paper*: Augusta (Gt5-ii! \ Couftitt.tinnaii 100,000 Capital Prizes arc offered, tickets f 5. All
went ,
no I .1
will he and fill'd.
of 4: -.4- i lileac-hf-d: and Ero\\n D.-mi-.slie.. ()Oriiuhmi'j., Yarns, S Sehemcs f.iithfully promptly >t. New hleuus Delta, Mobile 1'eijister, such, iu every instance,a re frauds ; and if monet b
The Bill is unexceptionable in point principle. /4k TRI-WEERLY LINE of STAGES. ill run tent U them for tickets it is much
ic.. Ac. A L ,S O Ch-trlehtou Standard. Nn-h\illc Gazette, AtLuta Inttlli so thrXiva BirlTj S
and must have received the entire Southern I)emo- 1 in connection with the S., A. t G. R. I!., leav- I' i tTJGE. I without the shadow via chance getting 'a irr. _. ..
Ne\v Tork Weekly Day Ilook. Savannah pi i
but enerr
the admission of Kansas A g'-'J asort.i."iit of hats, CnM. Cloth-
cratic vote. It usicuts to
ine Station No. au-1 Fn-
? 7.
Mon-ayp, Wednesclajc, Fcisons, st a d.'a r.'ic tvlvo rleeire to purchase Tickitf. News. Uiehaiond New Yuik Dis- Beware of all Lotteiies where the Capital Prize is
.Morning Iipatch
i irI- Oollsrs :N *J 'I- ,
under the Constitution, vith the Skirts, < : i : ", .U% !- ; toj c'.btr V
Lecoinpton xccj arrival of the Cars from Savatmuh
tion of the Land Ordinance for vhich it days, on ; connect- with) it general nssoi tuiviil of uii other! article usuallv in tie Marhind State L. ltenei, will in future piiti-h, a.id Pituldtu: < Iia ) Clarion.Nov. uuus-ially large iu comparison to the prieeW tickets.Iu .
proposes VTn resb' with the ficm luu'wiek '
I i ing at >ro Stage ; -LCIIt tthe instate where large prizes offered for
t wanted ilirp'-t : Maaarf, H. FRANCE i 14, 1Ii;. -10-iy every art? a
a substitute, in the event of the acceptance of which passing through) Mngii.tiin: Miutowu and Troujiville, small cost of tikets. it down
PO, lUltimori*. Murylaad.: Those who desire ti> ]>urehi I put a* a certain Ifrand.
by the people of Kanaka, the Stnte is, by the fact I I' an
ol acceptance, admitted. Should Ehe reject the V and Saturday everjingF. Leaves Thoraafivillc, llon- Iron, Hoes, i>]>ades. Shovels. Pl
substitute, she remains a Territory until legal proof [ days, "Wednesdays and FriJays, passing through the Corn Shcllcis, blitlf Jlai Juic, Crockery, and V 1 A: Cl)., Louisville, Kv. Lottery in the United Spates .which il-il.pilry tferi.

is made that the Las sufficient population to entitle i above named places on teturn rou'e, aid connecting J Futuiturc. Alvt-Flour, 1.k. li.i: on," Sugnr 1 Match G. 1SSS. 10-ly dfcd by the MsryLrud IhWingi; all Alna JjRtttnetvhich *

her to a Representath e in Congress, and Las taken 1 with the Brunswick
rnder sanction of law all the ettpa nccei&ary to nah, Albany i Gulf Iliilroad, by stage, at Warcs- uoif I al.vays on I.jnd I, a tud ic- Bonnet Ribbons Fringes are fcauds.- S .

State organizntion. bio, on Tuesday, Thurdays and Saturdays ,' arrives frjislx-d by t.I&h arrival fi onicc'w A tin isi srss nattsi p-oa THE MARYLAND STATE
With all their horror of the "Lccornpton Swin in Savannah and Brunswick same eveuiijg. cLc: ;, ctc. I S
: Ci leans, to
S. die," as the amiable llr. Greeley calls it, Kansas I Through fjje, from Thnmnmllc lo Savannah. .*14 the want* of ilicir meet ) NXET RIBBONS, Purchase irr the STaryTand State'Lotteries, then

it is hardly doubted will accept State Government HILL
and Lccompton at once. She has too many patriots W. MEaaiLi., A pent.Troupville AN lou 8Ai r. AT JAM: rni-r.s Silk iuthr-s and Artificial Flowers, TAPE WORMS. Maryland Lotteries, you are sure of fair and honest Sdrawinge.

of the Lane stamp anxious for a seat in the United 8 1S58. 19-3m Cotton Marseilles Brhid PilCE .
ilay Newport April 21, 1858. 17T. Fringe. RETAIL 2S CTS.
States Senate to balk even at the own hard wearing Marseilles Buttons. One thing look to, and that is. if you order frum
rKzrjLUD isa SOLO BT TBS prcprUtort
over Lecomptou Kansaswill be a jewel of a. Stat: I For Hire T. Ezitcxi MSX. Ladies and Misses PAraoi any licensed Tender in Baltimore, do noC f*eeiV any
a. A.
PAUNESTOCK A GO-, Plttbnrgh, Pa., but
for a while with the representation in Congress I A Managers' Tickets and Managers Prinf ed O&C-
but by and by the will section off her own meanness ; A NEGRO GIRL, who i Ls a goed Seamstress, Oculist Aurist & Surgeon ALSO# B. A. TAHNESTOCE, HULL *PhUadeiphim)Co.New-Tork City, cats ot Packages. Tbf Managers' Certificate? uaf

and begin to mend. Who doubts it ?-GeorHex. ; 3. Washer and Ironer. v Ladies Pompadour S. S. Skirts, the numbers printed,and hare the liihoerapoed 4.
gia 7legrapz. Apply Vm. BERRY. r "REATS will euccff* the f.,Hw\ung Diseases and S u Cruvilh WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 51 CLIFF ST nature of R. France A Co. -- S

May 8, 853. 10-lt J Deformities : '; Lattice Whalebone Skirtc, 4 Buy of rnpecUble dealers only! No one has a right to send( ta ujdmdttal< rti&'

ROBERT J. WAtEra ix FAVOE or THE "Eso INFLAMAT1ON of the Tvog ; Granular Lls Brat Skirt Hoops, Xzuaine the initials of the name to be lure.yon f et the cates. atd if he does h% be cire there js"a fnnulatffi1

u4a" Bta.-Ex-GoT. Walker, in a private letter in Tax Salei Stoppage uf the Tear l'itssa-. ( %Vteiy Es rs ;) PLO- Steel My Genuint :B. A. IBISIT0&ZTUMIFVGZIAMES bottom of it. t -rRNczcC'- "

a friend in tins city, says (we quote from memory) of an ordinance of the City of Tallahassee I ,da, (droppiiiz of the l'l'rer ) yc-hid ;) I tcrygrn ; Jozig Whalebone, tc.. i
'Thongb I think that the English substitute bill pursuance Strahisinus, (Crs eyes,) cured in i, few secon.k ; Just received and for sale byG. & LIVELY, Feb. 20 16C3. 8SmHanckel % 5
1 will sell for each before the front door i-- -V S
I 5-
Catiract, (a form ofiihiiidnes :) Talii'-e; (Cub-1t ;) k J.MEOINNliS.
amended I in favor S
might be advantageously cm Sole for Tallahassee.
of the Court-house of Leon the Agents
county, on Monday,
hare lip: 'l'ortiNhi! (, (Wry Neek ;) Tumors, %Vcns ;) 3Imch27. 1858. 13-6t & NowelL
of for tho rake of the
ft* Congress, 10 18C8.
"by -
acceptance Slet May, 1858, for taxes due said city for the years Tnnihs Deafuo-i Chronic dischajt truLu April 15-ly
York Enlarged ;
Union The New Tribune, a day or two FACTORS TI -
1856 and 1857, the following Jots or so ranch thereof
without _
the Governor had been th<> Ear; Aitificial Eyes inserted pain poa To the Ladies ._., ____
since hinted that converted 4 5
will be sufficient said wit
as to pay taxes, to- : Lot teeing all the movement andjappearanceui} then alu- At Private Sale for County S&i'p,-' .
to the ngliab swindle. We expect to ee I Xo. 68. S i of county i; lots Nos. 20 and 21, old at the Hotel. No for I IIS. E. DAVIS returns her thanks to the
rid Plya. llooins: City charge M
) : name an pIacedIy the" Pepul1ienns, nnwug" 1 plan of said citvJ of 22 N 1 county i; i of 26 N cxaminal ion. I Ladits of Tallahassee cud the eurroandinjI :soisros: : General Commission MerchatiCARLEST& /

the "d zerteri," "Ito; nd "wiztdler. be. \V addition; Nos. 2 aud 5 N W addition; No. 104 N 17 I country fur the very liberal patronage heretofore be- -5- : *
April 24,1858. I -
inse be refused to follow the Tribune kid in ua nddition ; No. 51 S J county | ; Now. 210 and 44 --- 5 !' stowed, and tegs lea'ys ta inform them that the has TIIE undcrsigued sell CO acres LAND ad-

""ompronirin opposition to every measure which y VT addition; No. US county 4 ; No. Ci old now on hand a large and well selected asHortriient of the corporation of Tallahassee, on which c. r. HAXCKCU, -Z. W. 5tOWlL4
hd for its object the settlement of the Kai.aa qneatirta. plan. C. W. BAYLEY, Marshal.TJiahgre FANCY GOODS for tit spring, -n-hich sha will sell there id a uew dwelling, out houses, Stable, and two _- S V5

It is not long since the Tribune considered iia> 6. 1653. l-4t is hereby given that a caveat has boon upon( th'> moat reasonable terms. cisterns complete. v THET wOI selL every description of PrWW* o*.

ir.! Walker a parcgon political and moral virtue, Ji tutered at the General Lard Office tr prevent Aj.iil 10, 1S53. 15 ALSO and will make adrancet. oa all V

nd now lie is a "swindler/- -/owwff Corn merce. the location of the following Military Land Warrants: con ignuieuU.
Fotice.rctlrrtigned Jfo. 7.35-1 for 120 aer s issued to" John D. llailey ; i THE :REAsON WHY f fj [ a lot of acres 16 'fine of Land negroes.half a mile Principally from the for abore.with County April 11. 1858. 15-ly _

r-qjjj tPwros ull SOUR, indebted to ksad l. William Perkins
pel for 120
held"at No. 15.02 acres > ;
tAt ruceling Micanopy onthe Bonds
a pnUic or OH good security for 8, 10 and 12
JL the Estate of Johiah Dooghcrty, deceased, late nod No. 19.011' for 80 acres issued lo Mary Uiinkel, j A CAREVfL COLLECTION OF LARDNER GIBBON. N thans'S
10 ult the resolution -was passed: .
following Jackson county, Florida, r.gaii't the paymmt of Widow of Jacob Krinkel, (residents of Leon county. 4| Sonij TViow UH/f of ReanoMfttr 17iH0*, lrhi-/l,tho-t't Gen Sev.'lla near Tallahasse, April 17, 1858. 16-tf :
"Rttdrti, That the necessftry notice be given any claims in favor of said Eetnte, as adnnnistrn- Fla,) under the Act of March Sid, 160C. The above tntlty Jii.otrH, ire Jatptr/tctly I'ndnrxtuod. QUINCY .5 I S

forthwith of the intention of the citizens of this tion has been sent out upon Laid Estate under which Warrant wore sold on-1 transferred to _, ..pur I| A BOOK. OK CONDENSED 8CIEKTIFIO KNOWLEDGE fffB. THE JQTRhAiu
place to make the next General As- be settled. J, J. WOOfi. PIANOS REOEIVTgD. 4-* ---.-- S
application to "
they can legally chased by Lucius M. FoUom, and have been lost.- j MfLLONsv! THE AfTnoa OF Inquire Within. T HE
: of this State, for a charter, for the construc- May, 1E53. 122wNotice Application will be made to the CommisMoner of undersigned baa again opened aaQL7l;

4.n of a Road from some point on the Central At- Warrant in of the S handsome 12mo. volume of S5G Entertainment, ia.tke buildingJb
Pensions for duplicate place orig- IS a pages, printed SUBSCRIBERS have juct revived, direct as the U CaroK Ho. and

V latic i and Gulf Eailroad, at or between" Baldwin iuals tL tcof. LUCIUS II. FOLSOM, on hoc paper bound in cloth, gilt, and embellished THE the moot re1i[ abe houses in the United see biitthtis aTt bour. '0 -

tn4lUgat to tie, Georgia line. Br C. IL BLOOD, Agent with a large number of \v od cuts, illustrating States, five superior any
Estate lMg
A LL having demands against the .hpril3. 14
persons .
treated of. Price
1,1658. 186wSheriff's the various subjects 81. Sent to
-Ci- of Wm. H. Ware, deceased, late of Jefferson PIA2OE
: : county, are hereby.notified to present them to the nn- Sale any address contains free a collection of postage.It and. solution of 1332 frets of various styles and;. pri es. Persona wishing to Pure Ziiio nnite' j V

rigued Bdministritorrithin the time prescribed by in Science and Philosophy, some of which ou their supply themselves, will please call at (GROUND inprcp4rtd* KfSEE ) OILT7'E \)
barred and nil those iod.bi d
will b-a -
law or they ; Tlie FIRST MONDAY in JUNE Neit.BT first discovery, puzzled the most learned and apt MILES NASH i CO. Lave
PORTOF ST. MARKS. make just rccityed fh lopplx of tbia
to immediately. new
are requested payment Tallahassee Jan. SO 1SSS.
idea be formed of its'vast 5-tf
__ .SMtTH SIMKINS, Admt'r. virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from the scholars. Some may usefulness f aid beautiful TV'kit*,-dittrtJTrutT" the' many- '
'* Office of Leon Circuit Court, wherein I when we inform the reader that it has nn factory ,'
1858. l -8w nn< offer it to th 'ivoWjer jth .tooat perfrttL
April ABUTTED S. MajB, William Badd is Plaintiff arid Adin Powell i is Defendant 1 Index of contents requiring 40 columns of fine trpe. a Just Received eoitfidetice; I'oesitin" .
8.Bri|Mystic,TiK KewTortc.B4r have levied and will for sale in Published by DICK & FITZGERALD, V der
Bod&h, Kew OrtekM. Lett Wee upon Per M Francis a paint t&iriljZqt ,
: 5,. SsTh.tfron Notice.SlX"Honths front of the'Conrt-bo'tso door, in the City (.f Tallftbassee No. 18 Ann Street. New York. Secorffrom New York:- brillianeyitiesizeetr

Ke7WN$. i.ft same day after date i TAaJl present to the lion. Leon'r-mnty. within h-g'il )lutira on, t'iofitst Also, for sale by all Booksellers iu this place. rr f; BOXES English Dairy Cheese, S jiri.kV'EAAeaZfA of WrkIJ

__ lTht, I Probate, in tinJ for lite counly of Mad Monday in June next. Um Jollovini; *described prupetty Copies of the above book sent by mail, 'on receipt I
-- ison. final ierouut aud vouchers, ii toroftheJisUt to-wit: n no iVuatne John, about b$) or I ot f 1 ti> any adJrf, free of postage. 10) Ketsfoshenj1utter, -- inthe i nt exaed LIIeU -. it4aupai-," S
V 4 my V vld. Levied ihe of suiJd'fetidant Reliable Agents wanted tu canvass for "the Roa-- S B Bbls. liied Apple S
tndBlmlllliebepply oirily
liicbsrd .flsrisondeceised. P.O us property _
flni'AL f year upuu *" -J. H M* U*,V'U,J j ycKfcCTiMnr- '
t (*th I jbra'fihaj di&ehargefr'm snif 1 *d- r.ni] t&'Veold lo Fatufv said writ ea>rui ; son \\ Ly" and Icqtiire Wthn.Scud cash orders Bbl. Beans. < UUer ins tej fcttf* UotoaM

.Iwui TI mimrtr&tidn I. M. HARR ISO.V. AlmfaJIajr :. ,to lavv JI. SAUNDEtlS, ElietliT.I to the publishers ;? R II.Ii1EEY. ** ,* *W J rtt >lClO f rr4fl /*1 ffS.

,. Woery, >5. vl, 1H?. 13 Hi April 17 1S5S. 1C 4t 155$ ii
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Is pvbibbe*. 8ATUM) by ... ill ALI inferm the eitfX TALLAHASfeEE 'FLORIDA.MAXTJFACTUWta 'iue; .nt. .
y ry. AYk. STUUS, ,ondersignea.begs lea". to 'fill **d R.tdI Du1.rt:
that ha has I..d
TAMES S. JONES & CHAS. E. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.Proprietor sensofTallalj eeand Tiodisity. Corsa TlK AKD BHMTJROX
.JA cth.Peyfunr7
would in. opened a carriage chop (II this place joining RETAIL II
jit two. Doua&s per annnm,ib .J vab*%. On the Tallahassee and Pexuacola & Geo.' : THE his friends and the Brokaw's LITer' Staples PLAIH, JArAKYBD D'Ht" .I trt.j Insfritinmg
; BAIL-ROAD. public, that he has rebuilt hia_ in the building formerjy occupied tf J. L. Groner, 8f.bt.Biff .Whtdo'wi P
TERMF' ADVERTISING. I-. large Brick Stables, at tbe old stand, and it now where h.is prepared to do all kinds of work in bis W AKB. Otis Vanhes.Putty If IDtzfacfwed To-:

; OM shears of 12 lines,or l *s.first insertion, $1 00 and after Monday the 22nd day of February prepared to accommodate his friends and cuatomers line at the shortest notice and on the most Stove Hcad-Qaarterf and.Glass w. Pat"UftdWoee.
csch'sobeeijoent 50frtfessionalaBd ON freight and passenger Train on these Roads He also has attached to his Stables a good Black REASONABLE TERMS A SPLENDID assortment OooWog. Pine lSoapa,Ym.Tooth, Par. WlDti '&lid BrIA4I"

BueUfess Cards i sorted at$1 0 p.rjjidrtrtiaeraenU will be. run daily as follows (Sundays excepted: smith Sbop.'wbere H will have have done all kinds of .Tx. and Wood Stoves,trimmed with parJo..4i and Hair. Cor MedJc,
Betvxtn TallaJicJice and St. Markt Plantation work horse shoeing! ,aad Carriage'work in such as carriage painting and trimming; making new and durability,at reduced prices. Paint Brushes, rl C Uot.
; net marked with the number of : the very &*minder aDd with promptness and dis buggies and wagons,and all kinds of repairing. Haying Work. Garden Seds, Phil Hnl" L
nsertoons wfil ba continued until forbid and charged Leave Tallahassee. . ..11 A. M. patch.November. procured a first rate Out Door lleybaver Wy'raite a :". .

.eeordiogrj.fyOertlfieaUs. (except the 1Mb and 29th x>f each mouth when the 5. 1853. 44 Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Roofing Ornamental Front Heads.Guttering Copper ,*p p/y of erery r,riety of ,rt Wes ei. : )5bi
of of estate Trains will leave at 9, unless those .days shall fall f and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet druggists. Planters and I'111.icl'.ne risuahly 'pi
Botioes will not be given publication until the advertising Iegl or fee is upon Monday, Wednesday or Friday as per Sebed.ule Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, from New York. the undersigned i. prepared to do Zinc, Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop workof at this establishment a full.up 'ol."ill always

.&., .. for P. & Q. R. R., in which case jtbe hour ef departure Fer Sple. by P. B. Brokaw. this kind of work as well and in the latest style as it every variety done at short notice. ded, and OD the mOlt lib era)ttrmeTtfJ lOr ...
will be usual at be done at the North.
as .) call .
: Orders from tbe
Ooantt :
= Arrive at St. Marks.... ... .12.16 P.M. r1HE Subscriber has just received a All those who have this kind of work to do, and City and Country merchant tlOD guaranteed, J aD tit

.BLACKSMITHING! Leave SL Marks. .. . .. S.30 P. M. L very large supply of Carriages : wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give Are respectfully invited to give me a taU befbie par Physician's witbregard botL"prfe.. aj q.
Arnve at Tallahassee .. . .. 4.45 P. M. 1y 'i1'I Buggies, and Harness which he offers satisfaction, wcrld do well to call chasing elsawbere.G ;Also 9&refnly! eOJ d
0' for sale on the most reasonable terms. onWM. EpplDg compound Fluid Eztrl
KUHNS. of B.1.Jan
And on Sundays when necessary to connect with N.B. All article manufactuod from the very 6. 18618. -a

NOTICE is hereby given that the line of Mail Steamers plyiug between New Or. November 18,1854. 46 May27_ 18____ best material and warranted darable. No other arti

ITBUfG DrSI-, leans Key Wett and Havana which arrive at, and MILES. NASH & CO. Piano Fortes. le will be offered for sale. I Cod Liver OI1.FRESH .
Ixrss will be continued as hereto- depart from St. Marks on the 16th and 29th of each October 20, IS65. 4!
r'a\! &. OLD STAND of D. C. WILSON, i ia th. month. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. WE arc prepared to furnish PianoFortes .. A Clark PURE of the celebrated BraUs H

Miae, style and firm of On Peneacola train trill be run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fn- a geheral assortment of articles in our line, upon the most liberal terms. UIU 4 M1Notice. .
LD Otard bparkngCd..iyOld April 15. Ji 8.
H. B. Fitts & Co. days: such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid, They are second to none id any country either as O Port Brandy, Old Port Juice 14. .

Grateful for tbe patronage heretofore extended them, Leave Tallahassee . . :. f A. M. While Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of to quality or price. Madeira Brandy Cherrie., -
ibaj ara DOW better prepared, and determined to Arrive at Station No. Z ("Walker's Mill). 8.60 A. M. best ua1ity, Putty Brushes Potash, Soda, Sparkling Every Instrument be warranted. Sardiueo, .

SPARE SO PUNS Leave Station No. S. .. .. . . 9 .. M. Gelatiuw,London Mustard, French Brandy(very bebt) MILES NASH CO. Sherry, Gelatin, Preferred Qvin es, SIX Moetls! frca the first publication et tiU T
44a Arrive at Tallahassee . . 10.40 A. M. for medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper, Lemon Syru, February 23,186. 8 Sparkling Extracts. Pars e. the undersigned a dmimslrotcr of the J2.
their part to accommodvts nil who may favor Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, Flavoring tat. of Robert Stnrges deceased, late of Loot wtt
A HACK leaves St. Marks on arrival of tho Train Yeast Powders TAmarindl.Spanish ,
this i with their patrocage ciaa, and general assortment of Popular Patent 78,000 Havana Segare ly. will present his final account and rowters as said
for Newport and returns in time to connect with the Olives. Spices, administrator
SUCH AS Medicines. We keep none but the very best aad and ask fur a discharge.
Train to Tallabasfft Corn Starch Pwklee.
up the following favorite brands now ia Store
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Fare from Tallahassee to St. Marks. . ...$I,00 hop your patronage.MILES NASH, dc CO. OF nfiJforsaleby AMES & LIVELY. Worcestershire tau! .. Salad Oil, Jan. 9. 1851. 2CmNotice. Adm'/r '

pairing Carriages and Buggies R.O toStltionNo.1.rcn. March 29,1856 18 4000 Young America, English Mustard Capers, -

0 work Gee. R. R.. .. .. ,'J. . .. 60 SOOO Ho Napier, Claret Cocoa
of .
Fare from Tallahassee to Stati u No.2,Pen.& WAKULLA IR N-WOR 000 El Mundao Neva Londr,.,- AMES A LJTBLT. Months .

every description, Oeo. R. R.. .. .'. .. .. .. 87J 8000 Empress Eugenia, January 5,1858.Liverv SIX of after date the :ndersi aAin1
lutz IftT? and repairing same, Ironing JTiz- Fare from Tallahassee to Station No. S, (Wal :Now Porot F1a. 6000 La Isletas late of Oadsden the Estate of John Ingrlm/ deesaisi

gorts and Carts, ker's Miin. . . .. . .. 1,00 --_ .-. -.-- 4000 Old Figaro and Sale Stable. to the county will pwcat his final atn i
Tbii Establhhment is Now Under Full Jl1t.4 Judge Probate of said and
county ask .
ad i ia fact other discription of work made of 2000 Mori Mum be
avery discharged.
Jnm aad Steel all of wlich we w-AaBAXT, and pledye l"nigltts; charged on Ptnsacola & Georgia Railroads ..._ n. 10000 La Favourita, 'V. Tn& undersigned gives ncr LEWIS D.JONES. AdmCr I
BTMlves to execute at the tl 4 elD'Insolvent
SINCE chased the Livery Stable of_ -
H. B. FITTS A 1 CO. F3'OMST MARKS TO charge; all communication, therefore 10000 La Fontica
STAT10X\l\ 2,13| : .
William H.Newsom in Tallahassee, with the
7.b.fl1, 168. -J.r Cotton prf bale .. .. .. .. 75 JS7J 100 relative to work, fcc., should be addressed to him. 7COO El Dc Orion and that be is
Tobacco in Boxes per IDtJ l Ibe:. .. ....25 ,125 25 All work ming rnder the head of tlis business 12000 Regalia Lon res, good will of the e establishment all its branches now Estate Notice.
will be promptly, mechanically and neatly executedat i 2000 Eleccion. prepared to carry on the bnsiness in claims
;p Corn and other graiu iu sacks porbushtlJlO! JlO 10 with accommodations ALL persons against the cstatsaf
; Salt per sack. . . ... .:J40 i40 I 140 os moderate a charge as price of labor, tc, will Oct. 17, 1857. 42DENTISTRY ia and his promises lice ou reasonable the public terms.good M. Williams late of Loa count,d*. .

Hay in Bales per 100 Jbe. . .. .'25 ':,25 j' 26 justify. KICIIAED SAUNDERS. ceased are hereby notified U appear sod nistU
I Lime, Cement Slate,Piaster and Guano |: ] This Establishment is not kept up for the purpose ; 36 same with the Judge of Probate of Leon coonty M'

in packages per 100 Ibs . ..25 ';25 ,j 26 of making money, (strange to say) aa dear bought DR. T. J. CUR DEE Sep.6.1856 or before the fiftb:day of July H58,for payment pro'
Bar Iron perlOO Ibs. . . 25 j25 j 25 experience has demonstrated to me, it cannot be done rats the executor of said estate having fifed a wriUo'
in this region at tbs: branch of business out for the TILL continue. ii. future the practice FULTON FOUNDRY suggestion of its insolvency.
All other goods per 100 Ibs . .001:30[ J30 | S) 'X ,
btnefit of the unfvitunate, who harpen to have Engines 1'' of DENTISTRY, in Soith, D. W. GWYmr
From TALLAHASSEE to STATION I. 3 i and Middle and East Florida. Ta.11ah.as e F'1a. ,
Georgia, ,
nnd such like to
Cotton bale . .. .. 26 ft.. 50 repair. Judge of IVokaU,
per I He HUB had several years practical experience in the 9MIE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the Jan. J, 1863 l- .
Tobacco in Boxes .. .. The Patterns, Stock Machinery, Tools, &r., being ia
per 100 Ibs .12* 12J 12J profession the last three of which has been in those .1. public that they have associated themselves in
in Order and Good CQ7Idition- -
Corn and other gram in sacks per bushel 6. 5 l Large sections of country. His work is of the most beauti- business under the name and style of
Salt per seek. .. .. .. .. .. .. .'25 |125 \25Hay Jobs con b. Turned Out with fill and durable character and satisfaction is guaranteed Notice.
in Bales per 100 Ibs.. . . 121112tl121 .J.Yea'r/.t.: and. Jj.pctch. in every instance. Cardy, Baya & Co;, SIX Months after date, we the IInd..pH} a4'

Lime Cement, Slate, Plaster and Guano -. I I Shafting; Pullie*, Plumber Boxes, Hangings for All coTZmunications sent to Monticello; Fla., will (or the purpose of following the trade Founders and of the (Estate of John Smith 4..

in packages per 100 Iba..J12J'12J': ? 12| Shafting, Spur Gearing, Water and Steam Pipe receive attention as soon as previous engagementswill Machinists, and are prepared: to execute all kinds of ceased late of Gadsden coantr. will present ov'loal

Ames & Livelv, Bar Iron per 100 Ibs . . .|12ijl2i 12J Stop C.cks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow Castings, permit. work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines accounts and vouchers to tbs Hon.Judge o! ProWi*.
just received the following. large and well All other goods per 100 Ibe . ,15, |15 ,15 Srgar Rollers Circular and Upright Saw Mill and furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction. of said county and ask to be discharged.

HAVE assortineit cf BRUSHES, which are EDWARD HOUSTOUN Gust :Hill Gearing, Circular and Upright Saws. dcc. .. XKFHKENCXR : Sugar Mills and Castings of all kinds made with THOMAS R. S1UTH.l.Aim". .

fftreu for aale on aa reasonable terms as can be af- Pres. S & ., Ac. Generally 5ep on Hand or got up on Short neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnishedof JOHN H. SMITH } ft.Quiney.
perinendMLFebruary M. S. Florida.
$ Gov.
Notice. In Here ir the Place for all that Want Nov. 21
Fact all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare 1857. 47-Cn
ferded in Southern Market sz
any 'i-3m Iox. J. L. SEWARD )
Paint Brnshei, ground from 0 to 000000(, Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. }.Thoma.vUe. Ga.HON. also sole agents for Hoard & Sons Steam Enginesfor
Ho P. E. LoV
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No. Having some halt n dozen Engines myself constantly Ginning Cotton, Grinding and Sawing, and flarris Notice.
de do do Copperbound froia 1 to 8.
W. )
NEW COODS. running, cau White Wai Brnihes of oil: grades and size, RK*. W. E. hAMILToN f power. Months after date I shall as executor oftk
it SIX
must Therefore
same cause keep can J'SEPII CARDT
up. you
"Window do Hone doSboe Hox. J. C.McGnKK, ) of Charles J. Singe!toa, late of J.ft'..
with b k JOHN PMTOBIOUS always rely on having work done at the Madison, :. WILLIAM P.ATA,
do iu pairs and top ( C OL. B C. Pon., son crunty, Florida, deceased render my final a*. .
lea Root Bath Brushes, WAKULLA IRON lroRii's.But GEX. M. WHIT SMITI, /llicator Fla. JOHN CARDY. Count., and apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate, of

do do Velvet doKora. MERCHANT TAILOR, II April 25, '57. 1'GREAT / __JJaySO_ 'H.._ _22-ly said county, for a discharge from further administration '

.Hair Flesh do ecrred and plain Dealer in Ready Made Clothing andtJttlemtnrs Here. Comes the Next Important Thing. ___._____u ef said estate.
Tooth Hair and ) Ail! Brush*, i ia great vari.*f.lafaafs SALE OF Winter Supplies. CHARLES T.J. SING aELTO,
do do Furnishing: Goods PAY PAY !! BAY !!! Qualified: Exfr.'
._ ._ STOCK is now complete and open for in
do Fle.b Glove -4.I Lands OUR
Horse You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore School & Seminary and comprises as usual, a good selec Nov 23, 185T. 48- m
note Fall and Winter
Wire bound Stencil an receiving ,
my sup
and have work done without for a moment lion of
is hereby given that in pursuance of ]
fIn 4o bound do Roof maikiog d.do ply of Cloths, Casshhercs, Veslings, 4c.$ oj dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are NOTICE will offer for ale at public auction all the I Groceries, Hardware. Holluw-ware Tin-ware Sad. Notice.SIX .
no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital, dlery. Crockery Glats-ware. Cooking and Par.
Sandle Scr.ib do Color and you ,SEMINARY LANDS, Months after the first pjblicatira el ikis
Every Sljlc Quality, want 1, 2, Z, 4 and 5 years credit, and then requireone lor Stoves. Dry Goods Iron and Steel, Fur- the co-
Feonah and Lackering undersigned will his final
to ride from 50 to 500 miles for and probably -AND ALSO ALL THE- Liture. Hat and Caps Boots and Shoes.and present account
which I maKe in the pay
1d.ri tips and Graining Cenba am prepared to up most and vouchers as administrator of the Ltat.
ultimately expend from 1? to 25 cent of SlXTELX'rU SECTIUXS Yankee Notrocs of all sorts.
per ,
Camera Hair and BUadws, of Eliza J. Jerkins, deceased late ef Leon
Badger fashionable style, on short net iff amount ;hi collecting Is this rijht? Is this enrour- All which we offer for sale, and respectfully solicit ooosry,
do do Pencils and lands selected to supply deficiencies therein lying and ask for a discharge. W.B.MILLS, Admfr.
AND REASONABLE TERMS aging Home Industry If so, can you be surprisedthat an i inspection of fame, by our friends and the publie.
Scaring Brushes-Bvg.r. Buffalo aM Brittle and being in the Counties hereinafter named at Jan. 23. 18S3. 4-6m
,. it does not thrive McXAUOHT ORMOND A CO. _
Hat: do ALSOA the times herein specified. The sale of the lands lying
must be made for before Nov. 14, 1857 46
Together with a large lot .r Pvxts and Paiotas Ma Arrangements payment in each county will take place before the door of Newport. Notice.SIX .
LARGE A5D WKLL SELCCTKD STOCK OF delivery of*'ork. through some House iu this place .
terials.Tor. St. Marks, or Tallahassee-that is far enough from the Court-house in which they respectively lie. Th I ATNAINSURANCE months after date I shall present my fiaal M .
14, 1U7.Uiiited. 4? I II READY-MADE CLOTHING, borne. sale will commence and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of ProbaU.

I Consisting of every garment suitable lot winter wear, You may bo good, bat we cannot run after our III Madison County, on Monday the 2th of CONPANY fur Jefferson cnqnty, as administratrix j oC the bUN

States Mail Liner I neb os Cloaks,Tntmas, Coats,Vtte, Pants&c. ;c, hard earnings in this Department. Besides when April ; sIn Benjamin Windham. late of said county dH.aa 4/ .

I which will be disposed of at low price Labor is credited out, parties try hard to make them- Columbia County on Monday the 19/A) of OF HARTFORD. and ask for a discharge from said administratim. .
ROM- .
Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirty Collars, eel/es beliey* it is not hnlf] Jonc because tb4v. oe JANE WINDHAM. Admfx.Feb. .
fJJWOLLANSTOLC WEST Undershirt*,Cra\'atn, Slocks, Hosiery, Ac. Lc. (or it. I April next ; Incorporated ia 1S19.-Charter Perpetnal.o g. 1858._6-8m_
ANDIJITARMEDIATE Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their DANIEL LADD. 11 Alachua County, on Monday the 26th of -

FRORIDA PORTS, own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles 'few Por Tuly 11. 1857. 28 April next ; CASH CAPITAL.,-S1OOOOOO. Notice.SIX .

t UKXrCTEB WITH TBX have been selected with great care, avd with a --. --- -.- ..!-- II In Levy County, on Thursday the 29fA of Months after date I shall present sy mI
i view to their to this market. I5SUEE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY TIKE
STEAMER ISABEL special adapl:4tioM Mantillas Cloaks &c. April next and vouchers to the Honorable Jadjt
October 18, 185(. ly-42 ; ON TERM ADAPTED TO THE HAZARD of
of Probate Jefferson county, as administrator .f
>a* BAVAJT1 AJTD OfUaUITOV KIT WSSO. I TALYAS. lined and unlined In Marion County, on Monday the 3d of May AND CONSISTENT JI TDK LAWS the estate of Alfred W. Ray&or. late of raid cooily,'

.,. .. with Hoods licit ; OF COMPENSATION. deceased and ask for a discharge from said admia

THE SOUTHERN i A. B. CLARKE, Printed Plush do In Sumpter County, on Thursday the 6th of B. C.LEWIS! Agent, is t ration. ALFRED RAYSOS, Admt'r.

I. Basque Cloaks Tallahasse March 8 1853.
For 10-6tn
May ntit ; vicinitv. ,
now receiving his Fall asd Winter! Stock of Zoiavc
Steamship Company i, IS Wrapper, In llernando the 10th August 15. 1857. 33
Goods, suitable for M ire and Cloth Clonks; County,on Monday of -. ----------

or GW' ORLEANS E jM W it t Rich Tehet do hay next ; I QUININEfLST Notice.ALL .
.I Siba! Black aDd Biown Sable FnrjSetfr, In IIHlsboro' County on Saturday the 15/7t t persons having demands against tbeitate
taken the mail for abot'l .
contract la
pOI in of Firncli arid Cloths Cnssim
consisting English ,
HAVING part Children's Fur Tippets and Clonks. i received 600 OL.SCKS Slllpll Quinine Samuel Stephens late JefTtrson county
first clr.s Sea Steamers of May next
two regulaily I rc* and YeMings of all colors, and of the bcetqnal BUTLER i DEKHAM. ; (1 Fu'r.c I'UU), together with a great variety deceased, will take notice that they must present
twice a month meeting in the Spanish Hole on the ity, which hs is prepared to manufacture to order on Oct. Ii. 1857. 42fLQUNSMITH In Manatee County, on Tuesday the \8'h of of pure Chemicals AMES & LIVELY. them to the undersigned, duly authenticated within

lllh and 29tb, and leaving the fame evening. : the most reaeon.ible terms and in the i/iot-t ---.--- May next.: D. S. WALKER, I August S, I5 32 the time prescribed by law or this notice will ba

THE'STEAMER SPRAY" j FASHIONABLE MANNER, Register, 4c. plead ia bar of their recovery, and all persons indebted -

: leave New Port in the ruoinin;, and St. Marks Togtther with a general awortment of SHOP. I J.m. 16, 1858. 2-lSt I The Original Extra QualityCORN to said Estate are hereby notified lo make i ia-
I Ii mediate
the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee
Uroinus on i -- ------ --- -- --- payment.MARGARET

taking mail, passengers, baggage and freight to and READY-MADE CLOTHING r 'qj-: umlersigHcd begs leave inform the citizens i From New York STARCH. AMEAR Adasfr.

from the Steamer aud returning in season for the af- that will compare favorably with any stock of Clothing (If tliis place an i surrounding country, that he :REP ARF.D expressly for Padding?, Ice Cream, April 17, 1858. -8w .
tornoon train. ever exhibited for sale m this city con i:tin" of BRIG REMIXGTON." JL
has opened a number one PER Cakes, Bance Mange, CU9tar .. Pies. ,Porriges,
The travelling publie can now rest assured that this Fine Black and Colored Cloth and Frock Coats, G ujrsjriTjr I Sugar Onions, tc. Received fresh by AMES & LlV L:. Notice.QIX ,
bug desired and frequently attempted communication Fancy Caseimere and'Beaver Frock and Business SHOP> CRUSHED Rio Cuffee.Pow.l Oet. 1, 1367. 42 mouths after date. I shall! preoot my final
to and from tho above ports is in such hands a Coats, :nail l that he is now prepared: to do all kind of *ork I rcd" Java 0 -- -' -' L) account and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Pr<*-_

to warrant permanency aud euccess. I Black :an 1 colored Cloth: Beaver and Pilot Over- belonging te his line of buninpfs, iu the best and most I.:: Bee Hive Syrup Starch, Florida Reports. bate, of Jefferson county, as administrator d. bonis
having slave servants must see to Sack Surtonts workmanlike All work duno his said1
Passengers manner. at shop Don" of the Estate of John L. LotIon, late of
ksrifrg thm at tbs Custom House, before going on Raglan's Black and Faucv Doeskin and Cas&imere arr an tE'rl.Call I.I.w Rice Dried Apples, Soap COMPLETE iu 6 volumes. county deceased, and uk for a discharge from said

Ward.(3F. )'anb.nut : and give 7n'i a trial 2 Pepper, \.J McDOUGALL t HOBBY. administration GEO.BLACKBURN,

Also look afUr your Baggage yourself. Grenadine, Barathea Satin and Cloth Vest, AUGUSTUS BROWN. Fulton White Beans Muiket, Beef Alspice Ginger ] Sept. 5. 1857. __SG.____ __ I Admt'r.da bcnis 060-'

For farther parti 1.lu. Apply to Fancy Velvet, Caeiimere, Silk and Cashmere do., Shop next door to J. & G. ZuKer's, Harness Saleratis Sweet Oil April 10, 1858. 15-6m
White Silk do. Notice to Debtors.
Agent. I S JlO P.
Soda, Sperm Cftbdl.i,
Gente'Sbavkl' Robes Fine Notice.ALL
Dressing Shirk Silk
ITtw Port Fit, July 11. 1857. 23 I Tallahassee indebted to the late firm ofTOWLE .
Dec. 19, 1857. 51-Cm Put Ash Adamantlno; Candles, persons
Cotton and Merino Under Lirts. __ _' _h _______.___ I ALL MYERS having demands against the Estat
to forward and
Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawers.A Maccaroui, Green Peas are requested come persona
HENRY AECHEYlC2LEMATED GARDEN SEEDS I Mace, Asparagus settle. Mr. R. B. GORMAN is duly authorized to settle Henry Zeigler deceased, late of Leon eounty -
LS'O- Pickles assorted Tomatoes all accounts. S. W. MYERS. Ire hereby notified to present them to tW nndersigneJ. -

"'HI 3' RTAL- A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk and GROWTH OF 1857.T"VTE Yeast Powder Current Jelly, Tallahasse! Feb..20. 1868. 8-tf properly authenticated, within the time
1_ LION will stand at my 1. Satin Stocks Ties and Cravats, Collars colored and weuld call the attention of our friends anif' Matches Lobsters. prescribed by law or they will be barred; and all

-__._. Stables, two miles West of the_ white Kid and Silk Gloves Buck and Lisle Threaddo. the public gcneiaiiy, to our present Large and ALSO Executors Notice. those indebted are requested to make paymentim-
of Tallahassee the terminate well selected Assortment of meodidel J. B.JEFFCOAT, AdmtV.
ity ensuing BCllOn. (o .. Ladies Gauntlets superior Linen Cambric and A general assortment of Teas. ,
the 20th day of June nezLs Silk Handkerchiefs, Blown nnd Fancy Cotton Lisle FRESH GA'RDEN SEEDS.Our -ALSO- ALL persons, creditors and I legatees, entitled to Match 20, 1858. 12-8w_
HENRY is about 1 6 i hands high; dark bay,well Thread and Marino i Hoso, dc,. :. CALL AND on or otherwise interested in the Esttto
Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate, and An extensive assortment of assorted CANDY. Notice.SIX
fofined tad'Cbeiy mid, asd was raised by Job of John G. Anderson deceased, late of Leon county. .
ocsqueut1y will flourish the better in a waiDer: one, For sale by R. H. BERRY. Florida notified to exhibit their claims fnal
Freeman, Esq. of this county. He was sired by the Octoberl8,1856. 42 are hereby months after date I hall present fflj
: Ubrated CHARLES AECHET formerly owned by the such us ours. W Call early or send yotir orders, _Sfpt. 26.. 1857._. 39 and demands within two years fiom the date hereof and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Pro
subscriber, known as one of the purest blooded! bor that .TaU mar. becure the varieties YOU desire. to the undersigned or the same 'Will be barred; and bate for'Jefferson county as administrator with the

sts in the Southern country; (of the Archey Stock) Florida Railroad. AMES LIVELY I i Butler & Denham all per.on3'indebted to the said deceased are iequ.- Will annexed of th<* Estate of Jefferson B.Ellis, late

bis dam a fine mare, pedigree not known. His get SC SMgtIfe fe g g 5@it January :7is.CoPartnership;; 2 j I ARE now opening their FALL and WINTER ted to make immediate payment of said county deceased, and ask for a discharge fnr

Is of the finest character-ran be fern at any IrrSfe in which comprise a complete and varied JOSEPH L. SMALL WOOD, ) said administration.
the neighborhood and xrill show for themseve.To '. AT a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Notice. assoitment in every department. In the Silk and ROBERT IL GAMBLE. f'Executor JAMES S. WALKER.

encourage the spirit of raising Fine Stock, Le Florida Railroad Company, held at Fernanciua this Drrrs department will be found some of thd most THOMAS J.PERKINS, ) Admt'r.with the Will annexed.
have formed
will stand at the low rates of FIVE and TEN DOLLARS on the 7th day of November A. D., 1857 the folJowkg THE undersigned day a co-part beautiful elegant, April 3, 1868. 14-3m March 1>. 1858. l1- m
under the and of
name style
irSolutitH was adapted :
-so ISSWULSCE. The uberiber lias been SiJestriped Silk Robes, -
driven to this necessity from the fact that too frequently WHEREAS The 'Work on the Florida Railroad having J.Wyers cb Gorn:1.an.nnd Flounced dark ground Ladies Dress Goods &c.' Notice.S .
mares are not brought forward regularly advanced to a condition which brings it into use will continue the business ip all its branches at do bright jnonths after date, I shall present my*flail

or ill treated, thereby preventing success when the ful connexion with the business of the interior and the Old Stand Towle borM is by no means at fault. The money will be the practicability of a successful prosecution of it to keeping a full assortment of all articles sppe/taining Black do do : Aquffle, bats of Jefferson county as administratrix of the W- .

demeaded: in each cue, cbould the mare be traded the end being resonably demoriStrated, the Company to their Drancb ol business, and hope by constant attention Flounced Berages wine colored Bayadera Robe; tate Francis B.StewVrt, late of said county, deceased
old or otherwise disposed of. Twenty-five cents in :which boa thus far conducted the enterprise consider to merit the patronage heretofore extendedto Delaino Robes a Baize, Organdie Lawns, and ask for a discharge from said Amisnattioo. ?

ash case will be required by the Groom. For fur- that a point baa been reached where they may hope the late firm. Together with a fine assortment of Black Silks, Plain and Printed Bareges': ELSIE STEWART. Admtr
tttf iaformation the subscriber.A. to be met by the confidence and co-operation of the SELIM W. MYERS. Embroidered Swiss Muslins,
apply to Black Silk Velvet Basque width, She pards Plaid March 20. 1858. 12-tm
.A. FISHER. planters and merchants of the interior: R. B. GORMAN. I. Figured Merinos Plain do, Black Bombazine French Dotted U.e .

__T- d..a.t March 27. UtS. 11_ Therefore Reiolved, That tire Secretary be directed Tallahassee January 1. [16] 1858. 3-tf Embroidered Setts Brussels point Applique Setts Tnrleton Nainsook'arid Mn'l Miishos, Notice.
: to invite to the Stock of the Company
subscriptions White and Printed Brilliant,
Setts Real Lace White ILluslion
Jefferson,Academy upon the lame terms as heretofore and to take Attachment. Oct. 17, 1757. 42Health Capes. Black Gro de Zurich ALL persons having demands against the Estate
such step aa may affo-d the most conenieot oppor- Black Alpacas, Black Grenadine, Johq F.Williams deceuedau of Jefferson
JrO'NTIOELLO, FLORIDA. tunity to the inhabitant ef the several interested David C. WilsOn, k. In Justices Court for second Gin bams, Calicoes Lawns, Ac, bc. county, are notified to present them to th. undersigned

,I. Counties to take Stock.A vi. [ District Leon county. Amount Bitters. Just received and for sale by within the time prescribed by law,or this notice -{

'I TBST- PRINCIPAL is pleased lo be able to an- true copy from the minutes. H. W. Thompson. ) sworn to $4i 81.100. TO those suffering from Dyspepsia Debility, en. G. J.MEG INNISS. will ba plead in bar of their recovery; and all

&e. that be has engaged as assistant. Mr GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y. "PHE Defendant and all others interested are hereby febled health or deranged state of the Stomach March 27 1858. 13-6t persons indeotedTare requested to make immadiat*

PAkxmoir, a teacher of long and varied experience J. notified of the commencement of this snit tie., tc. these Bitters are recommended by the payment C.M. WILLIAMS Admt'x.

a graduate of Christ College Cambridge. In pursuance of.the foregoing resolution, notice is returnable to a Justice Court, to b* held at Tallahasse Faculty as a certain cure. For sale by Straw Goods &c. April 3. 1858._14-8w_
.Ttt.btfh rsbk bS pupils have'iovariably taken atCoHegti hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently on the 2nd Monday tho 14th"day of June, A. BUTLER
-itaelf the beet practical oommendation.Hi open at Fernandina where subscriptionsmay D.. 1858 and to appear and plead tb the same. Noy. 14. 186'1. 46 Notice.SIX .
is,bow % permitted among others to refer 'toStnator be made either in person or by letter the Given under my hand and sI this 17th day df i LADIES and MISSES Bloomerr- months after date, I shall present my final
Hammond,of South Carolina. amount of the present assessmennt being $1 7.00 on March A. D, 1858. Sea Island Seed. and Boys Trimmed Hats foiSummer. and'vouchers as administrator of the estate -
Ifrs. RBO&ES (relict "rthe late Key. Mr. Rhodes E.M. \fEST, [L.S.] Negro Panama Hats .
each share of 10000. This company is the 'owner Sea Island Cotton for sale DaUlOD' Bootwright deceased to tb Hon. .
ef this Circuit)will Assist in tho Female Department town sites of Fernandina and Cedar Key and also Justice of.the }}ea.M. FINE McNAUGHT Seed ORMOND by& CO. Canada Straw Hats Judge of Probite of Leon county and ask for a dis '

l n.Eian, aa czpsVieooed successful in.truetrsa 1 O.OOO acres of land, property which bad been appraised March 20, 18\8. 123mCongress Jan. : II Wool II charge. ,B.\J.R.BOOT WRIGHT, Admt'r.
9,1858. 4White
*.Jay charge of the M'D6i Department.. at over 2000.000, and it is believed that a Just received and for sale by March 10, & l'm .-
Board nay to obtained at Cot Blackburn's. at $10 further assessment of from $8.00 to $10.00 per share Water.A G.&J. MEGINNISS. _.
fU month and at Mr.010.Taylor',an excellent pri-- will be sufficient to finish the road. Lead.. March 27, 1858. 1361Blacksmith Notice. j.
1II Ib3uen. milt from the village,at $10.'Yirtherfukrm&Uon GEO. W. CALL, '/. FRESH supply,just received and for sale by TURE Extra and No. 1, ground in Pure Linseed -
m rcgardto eoursa study, Jan., 1858. 2-tf AMES & LIVELY JL Oil, just received,and for sale by and SIX weeks aftef the first publication orthltliotiM.! tJM
rd_&t apply to IN undersigned who will for- Sept. 19, 1857. 88_ AMES & LIVELY. it uod41raigne win make application to
''v&d Cirrilar.. W.0, GJ11ARDEAU.Pri'I. NEW BOOKS. April 8. 1868. 14' : Hone Shoeing EstaUithmtnt.. Honorable Judge of Probate ofLeO countl for l4
'JlBtfl .; i8 8. 14w Rice, Rice. SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the ten of administration on the Estate of ,C. Godbold.

-. .: JUST RECEIVED sfIIll& Q A TIERCES RICE, 20 half tierces do. New Maps of Florida THE .Tallahassee and vicinity.that HENRY- deceased, late of. said county.JAMES ;
Notice OU for sale to arrive per Henry Nutt from Char HICKS Tfifl carry th:* T.ARCHER.April .
NEW BOOKS & NOVELS? leston. McNAUGHT ORMOND & CO. PUBLISHED BY o 24, 1888. '-w .

awwL : BORE-A Sfcroilerra Europe; Dee. 19. 1857._Bl C. DEEW. Jacksonville, Florida-} &LACKSMITH BUSINESSin ;Notice

,rLOBHA B. n. OFFICE ) EL GRINGO Travels in Merko; T".ARGE and complete with Railroads and TownJLJ al14itivnri&i bran'cLeo:;and to execute
1tupaA, March 27, U5S. J _.OB. KANE'S Arctic Expedition; Flows.A ships. For sale by all orderi with i centneoa'and. iPepe:Hit work' yuO; of.an order of tb'Caancert'Conit, :'

I'Y4 aDd ..flit&itdr of IBM next the' tuJ.kI.Y1rw.r1GrlA l .MEMOIR of S.8: Prentisi,Speeches At.; FINE LOT., various izes, .' McDOUOAL' *'HOBBT?; will be warranted to H6 eqtii to that of aj other- 'Dorothy .BnrgdornT ,TS. Laura.BnTfj
Baidroad .ill b. iD.4IfattL. THE DAYS of my 'lift-*! novel br, tie for sale by Feb. 6, 1868. ft, BlacksmitK'here oielr.1e ad1 will dorft tt. .L thenodarstgned, Special KiltS Coui4et
author of Margaret aDd ZckiM; JieNATJOHT, ORMOND & CO. sitiraeaon in JOn pt. sell to the highest bidd.betore"u. _
t.A.Do cOLE Swp't..AJII@ 01'11
r; ISABEl-A novel- Jim. 83, 1858. 4 : and Ironing door in Montiosllo on K'.' Un 17tk ilaY:.
sr 4t. ,- .1"'U ARTISTS WIFE A'novel;_ .. LochfinesiQ ; I all. HOENG1et and other next,the following slajrat to-wa: a :

otPlOridLVWD V ASOONI3J -.A tfrtr tom RGE 10' jnai re A .HALF BBLB.Locbnfo Herrings,'iost landed b.appertaJoinf U J U b.& Dioab about IS jeart of ag.M4 Ee :.!

by Simnu; Ae4e.UeQOUOALL CIGAKSe l\J and for sale price, $10 half barreL wit cartful and aUm chance,Bia 1) !;hoary,-a.GflkWU. {.: '


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