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 29, 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. -- --- -

29 1858.
VOL. X NO.22.C0 .
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1 refr55innat Qnrb. roff5innnt nnlr BnsinrssWEL Qnrb. The Inritsiion.! iniiti'tior.: o! slavery that Kansas should b, i---------. who byjnn--! ---------- _- -
ny to that .
[From tin] U.tll--l of fr4. .- pnrty are actr'atd l bv ; The fiiblei!
: 'ir> Ejita<;e Grav ] a >{ itf, th'Higu every HUMI, woman, and
pure motives I know that
i of
E in t.L.ie.i: : < I: \ItIE.1'iL.riflI. child thereiniished it to l tn- otherwise, and but many It i 13 a book cf laws (to show
MILES RASH & ANDERSON are, they are mistaken as t what would the right and
i-iiideu'd I with I by ein. that UIU'LT! no rirrums, lances were 1
._1t any more be the t-lTt-ct of their doctrines wrongIt
; ria O37 Lt t I C-ne thf tn Zion's when carried
way e.ttf, slave taU't.U l be admitted
p r.LI. s i into thb Union. out. but i is a book of \"i Tin-re. all!
ANDSOLlCJJOn till nj.rcjU; tK: in. Thatv.is they never can be carried out fully, !

DRIGS, i H& PAIXTS, /\ EQUITY Knock anil I \v< i>p, ami wjitci rd -=*r.itKimik \\hifir subs-hiiitiallv the platform upon becr.sse the God of Nature intended that hey folly and makes the foolish wise.

'-!>< KiO\v! tt t:> 'iii.ei' cry hoy: stood in rnyoun country and ; -liriid; not be. The never can ,rnr.he h is a book of truth, that. detect all errors. -
MAKIA.XNA. TLA. W -< p HP lovo'inrcr'" tiiirs : I throughout tile iXorth'-rir States. IJut what black a .
MEDICINES, OILS Wateli !-f for *-ivinr hate : man rnything cbe than a bind man. -
5 1'
; t nice nigh : we s-Ct-n r.-cenih; ? Tor It
KACTICr.S in he Wait more p; rly purposes ; | 'I'hy never can elevato! the black is a book of life, that shows thi
( Cm.it till )
1 of Ji kfon.Vabicc- he-ironly ii: ht n >ric.irilark -. ifi\o race lo an way
T"\TOTJLP inform their nen 1<'U and Fr nklir.-in (the Sty fine Court at ll.v equality with the white race. Never everlasting death.It .

articles\ 1 they us are have generally on hand kept n jjooil in their assortment]line of busltusi.jnJ ofruc: 'I rintmar.nd in tie United States Distiict Court al! !-it i> the l.ru'e sroura'voice i by Doting the to ;;dmit Knii.s.s as u feluvc Statf, I II vote or by my act will I aid them in attempt by my i is the most compendious book ia all the

palaobicolii.. "UVlcoiuc 1 Pil-rrun totliywilhiii 1t provided people interested: should decide world.
I ing to do it. I
vrfilbs'; fresh Their)
reeiving regularly fcupplies. never want lo see the day !
y.7/-7//.vr'A? > .- ; tht. .Ita- : 4. ; in f.ivor nf il. Ilo\t different this from the It is the
erms hall be reasonable.Talaha come in this most authentic and
fltli Hon. J. Wav J*; 13JeiIiIa1iuee.1 :i 1 :i itl till n!I(I I 44 ,t. nd liles'd position !t"--, ave claimed to country the cliildren of the hit entertaining;
'n-e. Apiil 185" 14. before that
I II. L Iiitrcr! { As'-nt S. \\". H. liank. ;Nif1. fr,.iu ali the I lures ofiee, the! ppop'e' Who occupy black man shall go into the school hou..e ind { ry ever was published.

Dr. Miles E. Nash Hon. 3. J. 1-inlcy. Muri iin-i, St-wJM-..by sijins: tin- t those) know, 1 sintreritA now can believe in their sit side by side with the children of the white It contains the most ancient antiquities, remarkable

I Jaae i'Jn.A't. I!. 'JwlumLnr, Maizrna.11cc. pxiui'Jit-hy Um> nn.l lift- the prieev t Are W(; to under.-tarul that they man. I never want to see the day events, and wonderful occurrences.
OVKEtS HIS &(,FS1AL1IV1CETO THECITI/rvj. OF l'cs.-M! -tin* dtbt have alrindoKid thur former come in ]
T is; 7. 5o-6nj riiiirl.ty ly ovc.Hi po-iiion, or was this country when the black "shall} It points nut the roostheroic deeds and unparalleled
\LtARAFsrK AM)SI 2UOixr>|J.Gl'OyXTKy. their Ito ail nwi step
a mere political rw-sp / I !
with Jr. M. NasL.immediately] coftLe EDWI1J A. HART] I ,ly Pilffrui wb.-.t fur thee t'if loiter. l"f. suspoct up to the polls, upon terms of equality with wars.

OFFICE & I In a (>ild ]likflbi-. iMjuin ? : ar they rre actuated by the white man and deposit his vote I It is a book of !lives. It is a book of IraTcls. -
h"irt." never
May 19 1&55. oML)1ctIA -.ttcDz'rLe37-; Ijt w, Fiv.rn il.v jru.uvb-0 I.T'--i-l rluul C e, nn : r Ui)1" tluin: the mere accomplish! v'ant to. see the day in It is a book of voyages.
come this
'r.11nhisce.! 1'lnriria. Fwir ni>.l eiianie! and l'Mbt :.n.t 1 pjiin..i'taUK nieiit ff j ,;T..< :il jinii! party etlJ. I object hen coan'ry It is the best
: the black curenadi tliat eter
shall a1gre.dtothe
% ; :NoT1ttd. I "% \ ILL jn5 tK-f in the C'iicmt CYurla ol the Mi11. -1 ff-nr I yl-VV i vi. n i'..' Iiavia '12ie' ; ; only refer box and f-it in man go into the jury- I best deed tout ever was, sealed was .

TT <]le l)5eHct. r.nd the Supnme Court of this I 'ubt-hii < !tL".'. '-.i;>Urlio; : : II'atI"teil.y' and judgment upon the rights, the It
Drs. Robertson & Bond s1it-., and thc Di.zti-ieI i Court vf the United States, sit I Pnin-in cn-rU -t-xp'ii. w'n'l/ lhat j ji property, or the life of the whi'e man. [Cries is the best testament that ever was sign

in tie practic Tn1tha.set. %y Office over the Stoic of ilesrs. i (to i'3 :? r.-- a sd i: jurn ihed'-mocratic part}'. lovv-cm/virs; & 'It, .- .- . ed.-..

]HAVING farmed piofoofcion a CO ofler p1rlIfrlIip their services to ibe tit (j.; & J. il'iriaiiis.. MR. L.iuI4LI1: : SI1IFI!. '' Iio Ht '&rh";, fttl exasperated. No won- th>opa I am ready to resist to the utmost of It is the magistrates best fuieT J '

irens of Fallabjuseo and surrounding couutry.gg Jan. 30, 16.>s. 4 (; n: TLMi\! : : 1 ttianlou fr tl.icoippliincnt ; ;i>v they ro >-() r-':.tdy IT abuso and mistepre-i my ability. I want to set no such dortrines It is the housewife's best guide, aid lbs

: Office over the Store llcloccurred by Bet ki'nily vpn: *. I i ii.: '. v that 1 come in for a full share, as these .earn d ont in this hsifpv i republic of servant's best instructor.It .

t'nd Ili gs. A J. PEELER'S, ) \ iiicli von i. \c pniM n' ;ip >!i\\ but I ere nolhinjr for it. I regard it as little ours. I do not believe the institution of slavery is the schoolboy'sspelling book.It .

Feb. 2$, '57 -tf : LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, this OCciSin; :tusl 1 nm fovin: clioi'ii'iiij as I tlj: the passing breeze. There is a pros- is the best institution in the world ; nor do is the learn-'d man's masterpiece.It .
to call
i( wiiinutfe.ir
E. BARN A ill) Jr. : TAT.LAjE. FLORIDA: that pois'at tLis! Kilo your Lour, ;nuLl\etnct after thv'i: >icspiT'hos ; puct of the country's having a little quiet and I believe it i is the worst intiiitiori( in the i hI t e ignorant roan's dictionary, and

Office rr "vruu* is THE SAME in n.rii.sc. A\P ('rroe1Tc re-t from slavery agitation, and hence they vol Id. There are advantages about it, and i wise nun's .
have heard I shall li u.tiLIe directory .
WILL co>Tixun Tin: THE !OOi OF THE FLoKIlUAN fr Ji-1 II.XA1. OH-i 1 are Jilarmed, fur that i is, of nil!! things, vi-hat there are dividrantagoa.lout it. Itis i best it the wie; the berievple'tit and
to inleiv-t! and tMit rtaiii I clairii > encourages
S DRUG &. MEDICINE BUSINESS ILL Practice in the Circuit CnirfIadderi. : vcu. D > | they do not want. Agitation, discord, and that each section and each State of the tin- him that is nielli and lowly ia heart
Lton, \Vakullft. Jefferson and ladi-<>n. ar ? T Tlir OLD STAM>, B1BXor .. confusion is their element. Jive the country should be allowed this
g:: i ion to judge as to mat- And that which all is that the anthrrr
atlehd -
t1I ]! crowns
1h1mnFhlY to (- (( (-ti'ii of i.ots and r.c ( t 1 urn Ui-aallv abitufi"i! 1 ,
counts in any of said Counties. proper occ oiis pea-e. and they languish and die. Theyvi 1 1I ter for its.-lf. I 1.I I lie people! of Indiana do n<>t With whom there is no variableness
to give a reason f'r I lilt fahh t that is in nu.
IVb C7. l'Sf.8 t-f I i- ;al\e a bpasmodic* struggle to keep up a dis- ci.ooie' to have the institution of slavery, that I neither shadow of ," is God.
THE I Jim ahvay.2lid: to tivet [ my r."iu 1
turbanre. Already they are misiepies'ntinyI is our llUSttirS-Pt! us alone. If oar neighbors .
confess, b.s iuJiilVriMU I.
nut to tiicir
GWYNN HILTON to food I! the bill, and it is a remaikablr> fact, that almost of Kentucky choose to have thf institution LOSING ALL A -FAMILY Sczwr.-ThereIs

t Oem of Clinton nnd Monroe tfTallaliTi56ce. opinion. I am gr.-iiilJt.d to nuvt .\ "ti ht-rt: toriii e\cry objec'ion thoy ni.ike ij nfi\ver:<- I Il cf ill very,, that i is their iinen-'t} them -
Jauusry 19,1856. SITiriMCAL tt IZLW, ht, 1'(.cause: i :,-iil \-ou :i5 (iJ.-n i 1-, a1 'l.'ee'lti.il ; something exceedingly tender, a* well ft*
: by their own record. Docs it admit: a ela p alone.: Thel.- domestic institutions will not
TLLLAILASSIk TLA : uii syjnji.ub.i7e! iidi i me. r.nd njnii-i at l instructive in the following whl h we take
State on ccruiiiion ? They to voU-il t .nnselves. t hurt us ; our domestic institution will not hurt ,
0 the acti.m wl'icli lJS roLVP.t'v' t.krii intiio .
D. IV. CiWYIVX A 1C. K. HILTON, p.ci DOPthe prraiuble! recogij-te! : tli.it, them. Lt us all stand together in this great ; from The Child's Paper :

A. rri-.rrt . . . .j. r. rTrs.Drs. : Conyef-s of'the l.'nited btatos. 1 hive the of Kansas through ihcir delegates confedpracy as quals, each State having the merchant failed in
HAVING nB. oj'ated! t1)Cf'VF&l t jrctber in the not given dt-ninn&tir.tiuns of j |'ope A few years ago a

: Feeler & Bates ff Lnw, will 1 jme their j jtflt nUlit'I
to all bu-iin. P" cnfniFte'l to thorn. They vill nttnui tIlUSt t to yo: ::, Wo\v-i'iii/.eii&' is rfpuliiican in form The II ,use bill, for in :Its iwn way ; and let n* apply this doctrine What is the matter?" asked his wife. Ian
G associate'! themselves} in the practice the Supreme Couit, the V. t S;. l>)14ret Couit. 'I 1 tl.c Ilat! I have oil scwi.il occasions t: 2.. tinassage -
HAVJ I I \vl.ii-li they all I \o? d, did JTcr.c'lv the same not only to Kansas, but to a'l the Territories I have lost all P Be exclaimed
cfTrrt'ifir beggared.
Medicine anu Surgery respectfully Circuit Court at Tallahassee On.] att-o tii< Cirru't | of th.it iiI: f.-lt an inipulse to e.-. ) my
to the Public in tbc titutu.oul ofali thing. :S" did the Senate bill. Tiie language which may come into the Union for his hand his forehead
services C-.iu'ts cif Gads Jen. Walj-.lla, JcTer-on.( llailUnn anilHninilton out (Glory IlalleluJHh: !" [ U pressing upon
acute as well as cbionie diseases nf all characters Couutic?. Office nt the Court-house in should! tlv Cliec.rsJ Ly I i'i that respect is I th? same in all nil jdl i lime to tome. [Applmise.] That 13 the as if his brains were in a whirL
not i Action Wlat
is Ivans that
the chnyld Isavo
.hti. .t-tf March 6, 18.'.*?. JOly"HdOTB''AMAKEttT this turmoil! and ; caused the ail \ in land* ;lo thf [ er.pa.;)! cf Kansas to accept that party is struck down, the best interests papa !" said his ede! t bo> J ber5 am L" -
I throt'jjhf'Ut
E. H BEERY, land for the last four conuon ycnisVHt: ? :! >i Kansas: the I.tTcfii'lou conMiuition i I So then did of the country will be struck down. [Voicethat's And I too, papa," said his little girl, running
the ('rUtt-nilc'i: ? Mncndment; furvhch they nil !
so ]
and her arms around his neck.4' .-
Auctioneer and Commission ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS() have that she o'lstrncted' should dui'iijj tie:i general(lie I:business M (la )"!r rronns of the, i \ ,)t> d ; tot the amount given is the same in Is the welfare rf thirty! mrlpons! of our own up 1's not lost, papa," repeated Eddie. And

MERCHANT. 1 each, aii'l is no more than usirallv given to white nce to be constantly endangered for have health left said hit wife.
? What is Kansas that the s'.ould' yon your
*tLAflAtE, Fla., Sept. 29. 855. f.94tCTONtER& IjW, couiitry new .States, amihich everybody knows the sake of the lew mdllioris of negroes in .' And two hands to work with, ,"
formed in the of endanger the atid of this \onr papa
.1 co-partnerfrbip peace happiness
nAVE prnrticc Ktisnviil get whether she com s in now this who ate better off to-day than "
I country said his eldest "and I "And
S. S. KNIGifT and Trill attend to any prcfe66ioi business great and glorious confederacy of our? .'- j ; can belpycu.
l \\iti" thi.-ronMitntioii; or liereaftt-r under some! like number o! the same race in 'thcr "
pntrtifted to tbur care. i Better far better that the Ar-t of the white any any \ .ur two fiel, papa, to carry you about. -

) COMMISSION MERCHANT D. 1' HOGl !E.. . A. PFPRY AMAKEU. should, ,be set the soil of Kan- fitht-r. I H.ivc I they no coiifiJt-nce in the inulligenco part of the voId ? Stop this apitntion .. _Arr-l your two eyes to see with, papa," said
man i.evt-r
TALLAI1 itSEE, FLOUI1Th.EepI' ilay 1. 18PS. IS j upon | of tiie An.orican peoj Jo, I that: they resort and let us act, not like ri.ijim.iry f-inatirs. E"j.b.!
than that the-e should! he.
bas t t things [Applause.
1 1S', .... 05 : to titc1- expedients to ct uj, a prejudice f.ut pincilea* men.; Let well enough alone, And have God's promises"said grand
"WILLrAM"SC6TTi .] \vc, 1 fellow-f! ttkt'iis, il'.MiuId be \I.t- you
; gIiFt! tL'rs mcas.ure ? Thfv wj.l njain l bl and leave the solution of this matter i'taJune mother. An ] n good God," said his' tife.-
tliat white should! I li j'Jlowed
BREVARD tei I no man to
W. Jr.
AITTOH'MISV AT LAW duuim'd, as they! Intro oIt.tirtI's t-nijelore, to :atd Providence.! If we canr.ot shut! upon And n Heaven to go to," said bin little-girl.
enter Kaiiisas aid that! it should! 1e tnrtjedov
: !
t-13.OV .tt I.iw, d s=:a|'poirrtit-nt., : They have operrly avoxvid thj! doctri e of non inervantion, whcru can And Jesus to come and fetch nath.-re sa.d
MOXTICELLO.FLA1 fn.- tli-j uild i b-n and ,
) ( r er t to ts : thenv.i- ,
TALLAHASSEE! FL%. :; t.it! t,41_ will asail thib.il, and th-y! cvitH Wi% tilitour stand in fr aftr \ i his eldest.! _
HO t 1 i-f for- lbcfcr hat the eai'h ..hotUMoiien '
jan < I
J nly ?.0IS5, :; ges te I
Apri1 Ns. i ; !"! mean; ; that the l:.\ ry agitation s-'nll::!! Bat, fUliiw-fitizei.s I will not detain "God merchant
: you said the
!_ _._ ___ -- and that thholc t I'-riito' i .ro i nidai forgive me, poor ,
HtGII A. CORLKY. :qJDc AL N0TXCI:. to th.n'nr: tivmld i-e pu.th'w' i"-l r.'i- .if I they c San: iielp it, until it has In iger. I am heio; Iii this city r.s ne of tie! i ir b'tr-iti-ig into tears. I have not lost my all.

up ;.. .. ..... I; : iii&naieJ, the p oj.le l of the \orih froin thfj p"e: >"ii.jiveof! a western S"ttte. It i is a i ieo.i What an tbe few thousands which I call my
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Attorney at Law, Wm. F. SMae j i}to Jrt of the South, and sapped the very ; .'rva'trve. Slate it is ihe one vxfiich!
Dr. tnia ;
ar TAi.L.uiAr.r. FLA. !FLU'. its bt-s-t interests J.I-.M* fiiu-f: lio.is of tJs-.1 republic. Tiie IV014t4| oi.ii- the targ.-t majority nf any oritin the Nl iih left and Ire
TO THE his
(Irrt.! ;1 III" "ROFEFalONAI ST UV'i; .rt < :1tgr'I! or i ? r.if { clasped family to
ui't t'.l: Jo f'e *ho evil tendency or thes
3AIy17.l' .' ?-1Z. a Mominc tk.t nf Drs. Caiuble .L Tetton19ly [ Voices, 'riinl'so"j! "nun. .. !: ? < ;> for the President at the ot er end of tr.e aveiine. hibf>M>tti and ki-ed his wife and children
OFFICE i.i:1LJ: aad llri mischievous nature of their
We him
- S, jS5. zene) have caw for n'joii-i.ig t.at >>u.vti : g-ive our support at with a thsrrlifc! heart.
BRADFORD de>igi:3, ntij'wlli, I trti>t and believe, hold the Cincinnati Convention (
RICHARD -- and the '
-- -it)2 Las been done In q'lt-stion. '4 at poll.-. Ah, no there r.r many things more precious

ATTUMEY AT LAW BENTISTBY.TT \ The ni''asniehieh hn .'.-' r fSvil o"giit 'n them inantiider: upoir the public peace arid and we are r-'idy to rupprthini) no\v. because tlian gold! and bank stocks, valuable as these
consign! them to inglorious defeat. [ > .
Aj him
we regard as a patriot and stat rtn.- ,
i r'i' in tl>eir When the Central
secure peace, an. ft.-J : tnv: aui.gthe 1 maybe phc<\
: TALLAHASSEE. FLA. plause.] \'"e )beiive he has the b .
Ft inlere ls of this !II
difleien' section-, of the cofcu'eHey. i Atm-rirn was founde ed at fa, bigs and
(Oi5c- in the Pool OfSca Building.) ; I'tbow citizen', I not to be caught I country at heart ; and! MIow-citizets I kn
l am by i w of .
21 do not s/iy lh.t i il \\ii! do ii for i there are : nurses cold were strown about the d** L

MvtS.: 'ST. ___ men \\lio for evil puij-o-is an.1 1 foi sthltli ; any unit-democratic traps. It ia not the fi st [ that it is I the feeling of the pi ople of Indiana :. v.'<>rhles(! ns the merest rul>bish. Lie.it ,

Yonge & McClellan, ends Mill opj J'I'C th"l M and! bect nr''iaure4 j lim" that such t traps have; been *et f.u l'u*> I that the interests r.nd p hls of the South i!;. !" was th>* jrai..r. To somr ol tin

of citi'hin I democr.itj. A itt t-honld never !!> t o'den under foot.V. do
j rnnie : e "
.. tcD 2.-I:1c3r: zti; Ia t W. in oidt-r I to accornj!;ii-.li t'.eir! ile.-i un ; y-ars wrcti-hed survivors, "vvj.ter, water was t
| :I.!., ai ii'litiiti'in spiuiii: up in tins: country not int'-nd to tii render any of our light?, and IJrea-l breail "
lefereiico it worth
in th.--
KUSTlCI 15 ALL TEL tXifUTS Ol W LeT FIOUJDA. r.i.ii ;iiri\ act I: to p'ayt-r. >a > -
[ which ( nd""Yored to ttati fly and 'at i|>eoutj we do not !b. lu-vo that tho pop!.. of the Sothdesiro
in if
w&i2ht could have .
Office a tM nn N NA. I 'L a'- tl.t-v havt: i i-i ti-f.-u-nfe lo other ju t itieas- ijo'd. gold bought
.: j tho deii.'Cr t; f. pai ty. All at oiu-e _Ihe! eiu- : to tresj-ns? upon our rights ; ifthevdifwe I The losof
ilcCLCLLANKaich i u n-?- that it.i\f j.i"sted th Ct: ;: ? of f the V. property must not cloud li.
C. C. YC'NE..J' r. ''JTF. -ll.i$ ) InUnl6 1 t.iting .- nips of tl 'm ii'.ru-y became let lnuly alaimet'' should riif upas one man to- resist it, at.dj
mi' t- < i tri'i-i"r-: : a' :;i( 'f. r<>ur \ <*;us ag a cuat tiit a !.; n-.i(=sna'lt.l mind with a wirk-d foruetfulri'-ss of the grea.
IS, ISiS. 11-tf QTiiiii-v j jiK'W." n.iMily M-\"'al lric duintbe !1' .->' the {'op** tx.nld i u'Mt over ami tko this j weotil 1 resist it to the last. Wl.He we Bhill: } h'rb
bv 0">Jiir '8.n'huh ree<' i !ft>J aprincij blessings M eve left behind. No man
jrcsrutear, uin-r? be viil I li-.: p.f..Mii to- .tUou f c.iuiit \ ; and; they bat.! >d tog<4i'e. uih: ecrl } L't' cart-in! to protect our own rights we sh ll should >esitir *
be ti heirto. < f lost hU all
F. i.i thai oiiglii t" ar I to fie rno man -a-
Beni. Young wlio If in \\unt .t( l.'S '
all tlio.-e rxices.
nsa> oatl-s an-1 .i? iim-h'-tl! at night v.Ia-n Ironist j IK- equ'tliv c.Teful not lo trespasupon the
Teeth in-eit''f-estaj>roeffe every Am$ ;jcan cinzen, bertj: e it is a rintil h- halost hs: integrity, lost the merpyof
iJ -ic-r1i? ';\ -p ;\ fTf tiiC' I m n inr '.t to ni\e been in their: bi-d.s, i i. rigit-! > of our brethren in other States. Upon
Jh VJ ; entirely iiew. v.bicb M ii JI S "' ptr.tbiugil '% |.' JIript| that muletlioa! :.ll ur 1 rerjbi; 'in in- God, and lost bis hope of heaven at last.

:' AN> en-d for full S'-Us. Ilundicd" of tup b cl f-iiiGcaU'S i4it utiOI--t t.Ifi .1t uhicil i i- (ii>d- i\en- : t bams and o-jt-hou.-es, and! pit-hole, jnd nut frtirh: broad, national grounds as this we can

SOLICITOR IX EQUITY, j j7"1LL can l/e t.l.<> n 10 itJitvor.. Will be iu tjuiri'-y m the li ight of jn man lo H-U-jrovirnnienc. Ami I of tinw y places, ami they thought that t "l>yappea 1 all stand ; a-td if we do, thU confederacy v. ill Varieties.K7" .

the Courts of the Eastern Cir i Mdndav, Februaitbe* Itt, and will] icinain till tie ', ing to I iviigixus and si'i \ practice ID H'tli.' 1>. P. LEWIS. jet this I importrfiii) :irt, which, if i iL Lad }**-* ucitnii
I ; the Federal Couris.OF and sign* and i/thtT tniiifooltTy We must discard all these ( Deep sorrow has no tcrgfte.
cult *f Pioiida, and Jan. 13. IPOS. 3-tf i into: c :i-cution faithfully :acrordii to .iul by rij>s. sectional it1., a*.-

( *ICE AT GAINtVILLE, ALACI1LA CC'CMY.) its J"iii wi idii have -e.nred peace tft the I th'.- woniM' entrap j a good many democrats.Vill. : We must cultivat* a greater fwling of re | Oz- Old reckonings make new quarrel.

r KZFEKENCES : ] .11L1DJC.4L. %OTICE.0 conntiy on the (HiPMiofi of saver\!; haslivtisc'iod ; \ j>"ihi)5; th'-y did catch! a few, more fcpect aird sympathy for each other, itmi for j fr Modesty adornes a woman, bat ruins

-- i than} tlifv W'e: ab'o to 1 ke but they! could i tho jo of different sections and! I
: Cn. J. J. Lrc s, ) I ICOL. n,-oi! by mad faUII ics, wh-i f-n (pi'I iiti- 'p : trust and i iL a ina'i.

J. D. AIKEX, j-jChailtttw, S. C. Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE, i c.d I j tin pose" !.;:;:ve rai&t-d the :-'i'Kit' t fif "lileed- n 'Ii catch ne. 1 never would join hi any L hope this is this dawn of a new era. I trust CIzlie that hath no needeth

D :. JAMES' :: S. JO.ES: 7iIlaa.ue, j I the vitizt-iih of (.;'fiitrt-viitc arid jidjoiiiji, n> uh- 1 in! turnioi! :;'id I confusion? e\ir tinte.IMlow place of his nativity or his religion.? I avoidedthat j Agitations. Every good in.-m and (over pure.
June *, ___ _______ --.- brhotd. P.tbiilcBCe tLauged .vWe &)Pce citi Mf*, I JMJK* the act v.'jfh! has: : t t tr.-ip. ILUtt 1 have also avoided! this recent ; ol his country onght to set hJj> fncfayiinstI (Oz'A troth for lawyers to stare at-The

EDWARD M. WEST. j at his roukii'e.Dec. been I In- the f I trap, and I i.iti-nd I to avoid all I traps i of a similar i I them. It h lamentable; but true, that this cas- most easily got up i is the stair case;
1 857. .!-tf .jiirt pa.ed tiiav i'!' Mil f> tC.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ; i'6. toiit'jr peace and harmony to tinLhioii.! J Pslutll 11-'lure, -.n I I a..vUy you a'l to do 'likevi i sectional feeling has bfen taken advantMgei CO":: Howjo obtain smooth dimes in lieu

FLORIDA. Nathaniel 'Hanilen icjoice if that bv tiiu ; I tiop.1[ : \ -e. I w$s i.iiM-d irr (he ues'ern country ; i of in both sections of the coirlVderai-\ Ui. of le\ ier.' live a gold dollar to an omnibus

TALLAHASSEE, ]! and helii-xe thai sui wiM It" th" re-.jf! : but I have S( !.- :i g(>od ilt-al of the wil leriieis and purpose of forwarding the purposes of derrraogues. I driver, after candle light

ApriU.lSSS." 14 COMMISSION MERCHANT, whelhci it )le M> i-r not, the < '!
FLOYD & HOLLAND r\"o. 3S POdraSSt.eW) Orleans. .f n made it j i.iii-e-\\i'ittn and Itt us abindul f wi-ll up t to ;.!'! sorts of traps in the forest.I .- and do claim, lo I b,. the peculiar friends of the moment be refuses to d o precisely what

-o- I thtt I iIi n.y is I tue I lim-! : that I have run the var northern institutions. Tht-y manifest a vio- oti.er: people wish him lo do.
Law. ] u the h"pe I tioni I \ r tt-i day) wt ma\
Attorneys at Refers to GOT. J ."jrs E. JU( ne, Tallahassee, ol in mint" into iiis hole in a hollow tree, or in the i lent love fr the institution of 'he North, (Kemaikalle: that
OIM ftelinij much
sin era ihi.-fpunt'_ RO has
in the Circuit Courts of Middle George K. \\ alkt-r. E (, : money
practice j ground : a'td when I got him treed, as we j and an intent hatred lor the I'istitutioiis of
WILT We t Florida audio the Supreme Court > .. (;eu. Win. ISailcy, .irrraon County, I L.ichi iiiiiy b ii! ; roi'lititie ''o l-K-ab our li.ij; ,-v been stolen by railroad officers, and that'so

f tbe State. Also in the IWrict Court of the Uui- T. .1. j\"nt. n, n-q.: land. [Appl "iso.") tall: ii in the West, I could always tell whetht the South, and iu that way they obtain pow (lew are hi the Slate ririon.c .

d SUtet,in the Northern District of Florida. J. G Putnam E-fJ.- : -' &(. I 15ut: yciitlfii.i'i,, 1 hii still ;t Aiii"r! eruifef; t t-r it w.i.fur or hair that I was alter. I could er. 'I i14- same species ot trick is resorted to : A Western editor of

R.J. FLOYD Office Apafacbieota, Fla. Daniel B. 11. E-q.. HiJinti.nAujiitii for The of this mpasiirv till ub-it the animal was by the signs. Now I in the South. What i ia the result ? You find I spealing a Steamboat
D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla.Dee.2 S5tPC-V, Es-q.. Lvy tend .; liarm.'inv ip.u tif-! black republicans set this last trap coming up to the capital of the nation men explosion says that'threepersons S wareS
\\ ill not |ii\ t to i n.i i u fif.sce a'li1 $ killed !
iFb,5.: 51 J. J. Snellint, Ee-q.. JaddenE. ihe! ami iIi% i:1d: me to come into it, I said to myIf who are imbued with extreme notions ; instead slightly'
Tbomaaville, Geo. j'nu! >!ig tlie liid'-u strlioi.b of confcdnrary : -
WILLIAM S. DILWORTII, : 'iuington, Esq. > I & 1 beg to be excused. 1 had no objection ] of i \vise statesmen, qonl arid dispassionate OziThe purest metal is procured from
Oct. 54, 1857. 43 1,141 I it t terit tu iL-tore i en'ci :
: to .ilc: aior.fj near enough to look into the in the halls of tho hottest furnance and the brightest' thunderbolt
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -- i i fli'Hl huiiiKiny in tj-.e b--u'n fit l\i\ <* tron-j oSlI up i itritr.tiici' Congress see too
I-- G. K. CLARK l democratic -lii.-J l.Jess Jier! I to it and see wlrat the &igrrs \\ere ; rnttiv extrcru" mcu (aril l oc-l. ;.,u IH.litid'Mn.s.! from the dakest'jm.
I l'jvhi.)ne
MOXTICELLO, FLORIDA. jiaru I but I lit it was as far ns I would go. 'I II Nc-w, as good citiz-us having the welfare of t Mr itin* __ -- _

practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir \ [Jr-at Applause.] The signs did not suit me. I saw noitlivr j our country at heart, we should set our faces which are of use and necessity for him to
WILL \ATACII MAKER 1 hao :ilo| or:, u-asoris; for re-
and Thorn- and Lowndee County, Oa J And pcr .' know i i. but ignorant '
'J hern ihosoi fi.r Mir hair, but airy quality of ui1 trnd ..>. -\ \ agair.st: these things. an man whatever he
this n.alter. were
March 22. 1856._12-ly_ j joiciug in thr.j was nil Odor not at all agu-cabU' to t.iv i 1 epeak; the sentiment of the entire democracy may know besides., aGO"
_iicI. Jev7o.ar; little of meas'a time to I f
LONG &; GALB11AITII, i "Y\7 ULl> respectfully inform the eiJ7eti of Till- i who Knew' 1 t had ='.lie atti'/ny t ithtbe bl.a-k sup-! ollactorie [Lauirhler.] It minded me of | 01! my State when I say that well\ do How greatly So the kind offices of ;iduti

ATTORNEYS AT LAw, TALUHASsr.E, FLA. 4 j I W Lhassue. and 1114? pubic centrally thnt he lmn i I pose f'.it s but nrver were tm-'i) m.i.e ; the homu of nn ai i :. liii l 1 need not mention to I i iyon. battle faithfully[ to protect the rights of the ul and affectionate child gUddea' the I *. -

LONG 4 J. B. O ALIJR AITH have RWKri taken the old Maud of J. C. Hall t Co., where Le is republican! party ; deceived.themlvs, n.i.l [Ij-iughtor.J: 1 caught a giimpbeofafiguiv pe"j.le cf every portion of the confederacy, i I heart of a parent,' especial/! a.4 *

MA. tbeme :l e6 ia the practice of Law. They j prepared to repair | mi-taken. They tinfligltest ocinfcion I uithin very much ia the ernbl.u.ce: and that ue will! stand by the constitution age or infirtnities.

will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit.toe ,u- j Watches, Clocte, cn
preme Courts and the District Courts of the United and at Ib mod lor it. was n I cadaverotialritflrverod arid hollow-hearted. Thanking you for this manifestation of WEATHER WISDOM. -Dntchman__ Gobi
workman like rcasona- .
j in a manner, the of I '.9
StnU Tallahassee. j i tile rate Persons baring good Wiitrlxs that fji! to faith ; itw.is party 1 ti\v [Aj'pl.i rse.J} 1 knew that was no\\ place for l lme. your kindness, I bid you good night. [Enthusiastic mornen, Patrick, how jou-tdzl -
have occasiondparted
Office opposite the Court House. I run well from having been badly repaired, can rely befoic me, and nevci on an; t And that 1 never could become a member I applause.] Irishman-Goot inornin, t'yeJoiii,' think

October 28. 1854._IT_ I upon baring them put right al hi* (shop. I from it. [Clieers.] Tho truth of the republican fiounehold.! I novel ye w'H w e get inj rain ? .

Hanckel & Nowell I (czr All workvarranttMl if well used. .. j I fellow.citizeuE, the blnck republicats deceived could act with siien BO ir.nch governed by hatred CONCF.RMI'G KISSES." The kiss," says Dutchman[ links not; we rierer* Kali
'. Th for otliers! to fall
FACTORS | Jan. 16,1658. : -ly themselves. ?y dus a pit for one portion of their fellofv-citizens, an ancient woman hater, the aurora of love, much rain in ferry tr, times;" .

co-J'tn'rEflSIIsP NOTICE. into, and, unfoitunatfly have for them, fell into it and who would, 1 fear, strike do\/n one en- but the unset chastity." I ishnian,-An ye re right there' ; and'tWn j ,

AKD- TTTLL & HOYLE. themselves. Th'-y may supposed they lire section of this country if they thought Afer the first kiss there follows a second whenever it gits in the way o'rainio n &'*'bit

General Commission Merchants, o were going to catch me have as remembered well as some the they only hud the power to do so. then a third, and so upward on the many ol t dry weather will we get as long* as* the

CEAELESTOH, S. Cfc. M. HILL and JOHN J. HOYLE, of Talla- old others. They their grandinollji-rs ought lo told them when Fellow-citizens, 1 claim to belong lo a national rugged ladder of JoVe to the ultima thvle.- wet spell howlds on. nTHK S

r. HANCKEL. r.: V. VO-KS.LL. JOHN baviuif tbi day associated tbemselrestogetber story bird party. Although a citizen of a free One ki-s is"very little and yet very much. It --

-0- in business under the etyle. name and firm of I they took a fancy to catch a particular State although born in a free State, although is the wordless interpreter of two hearts, WHITE ELKXE.NT. correpowlent S
salt ,
rpy will tell every description of Prodwe or HILL & HOYLE that if they could only sprinkle a utile Hympa.hy with tire institutions of the which by lhi+ one breath tell eaeh other more write* th.it whila travelling at the Sodth lie

__L Merchandize, and will make advance on all on its tail they would be sure to get it, and having 1 tban by myriads of words. The ki-s is the attended a negro meeting where the sable
order in their at the same time can recognise -
attention to all truth free yet
and trill until tbe
give prompt
con-Sgnmeuts.Apiilll. how delighted they were high priest who iu.dates the heart in the Eh preacher offered an earnest fof "de"white
and the the and the institutions prayer
1868. 15-lj : line. They are prepared to execute carry on dawned their infantile! minds that the and respect rights element ..
upon and I sinian mysteries of low. our population.
CARPENTERING BUSINESS. of other States ; am just as
A1TRBOTYPESAND trouble was to get near enough to sprinkl-- -

in all it various brancbes ; and from their long expeiiuDce the salt on. [Gieat laughter and applause.] ready to stand uj) to the last to vindicate the A schoolmaster in Wisconsin, named Harp, The young duly ubw barat into tear* has S

MELAINOTYPES, in the Running Gear and Screw Business, They have been Hbormg: under a similar delusion rights of the peoplo,of the South as I am to whipped a li-tie girl so cruelly that she died been pjit together vgafa, and is now wearing

TAKEN nr BAILEY. and other machinery hope by prompt attention to The truth is have got vindicate the rights of the people of tny own injbur weeks. That Harp should be of the
liberal share of patronage. All recently. they fellow hung iOOps; tp prevent a ryruf'yneg sccidgnt.Il .
busineM to merit a Cheers. I tell citizens,
Rooms ovtr Barnard's Drug Store. orders from tile country promptly executed. Calls into a bad fix, and are a long ways off from section. [ ] you on a willow, or some_o'h<*r snrt uf tree. -
cither of the Comities m Middle Florit'n. and i How inconsistent hag it will be a sad day for this country if this is an old aIig, but wry'nr
'HE Rooms Uire :tborougbly refitted and from Decatur and Tbonm Counties, Ga., shall re- i water. [Laughter.] have black republican party should ever come into A city belle is like a steamboat-fihe has --lht a blush is like a little ri'b
from been their ? At borne they profefs -
-L ctccllcnt ecuidiUon for the course
in purpose
ftre now I do not pretend to but that ma- always a swell after her. '
say .
eeive attention. comes a woman. S 4
', (lwIrn ,! Tbc PuWic arr tnritcd to call. d eternal hostility to the extension power.
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he has voluntarily espoused. We should not have Pcnsncola & Georgia R. *R. Company. An Editor on Tour. Mwrncnio

; Jtorito # eutnaI. felt nt liberty to make these pointed allusion?, but Some weeks ago we announced that a contract had The editor of the Ga. Federal Union saw the'elcphiant" FOUR At a tteetingr of the Draoeralic, MAT 223. 1S58.
party of Jefferson
for the feuggeftions of the Sentinel and the connection been made by thid Company for the constiucliea of ftt Monlgomcry-that is to say attended EUROPE! eod convened this day at the

t ___-- WCT _-, f of their names with a Deniex-rftlic ticket the Suwanncc briJge, and for grading the entire the immortal Southern Commercial Convention LATER FROM l according< to previous notice On CbHrt Jloawj

A LLAII.ASSIP; : Besides the gentlemen mentioned by our eotemporarj road through the County of Columbia to Alligator at I nail after two days solemn inspection, he incontinently WALKER was called to the: Chair motion, DAVID

-, there are others in the county, "equally which point this road connects with the Cen- -sloped." lie pronounces the whole ARRIVAL <* *&& OF THE GI-UEDEAC requested to act as and TT, o

tT1DD1Y: MAV 20 isss.TAliAIIASSEII fill the of crossin the *{ affair a farce anti a hnmbng. serving only amid ndmiwbly Secretary.
competent who would position legislators tral roa-i" to Jncksontille, : Tlr-tida I j The following tlemtn
g tiz: VT. S.
wilh advantage to the Slate. Among tho.ewe road" at Baldwin, aboct 45 miles from Fcinanelina.The as escape valves for gassy bodies that would CITY OF E::. E. BU kburn, J. Unlayson Dilvrorth

T1AUKET. have heard suggested we may refer to Gov.Broom. I contract to which we have alluded rmbriccd all otherwise burst. It is a diminutive stage, whereon GonnAr,, having been a Davu aaj Ir

COTTON-MAT MiddJlng bus declined a V, and weuotethiweek1Oto1ltflL ?, 3c sr D. P. Hogue M. A. Long Dr. O. t die tres-te! work and Culverts in Columbia, %r.d all !. men! dressed in n little brief authority, splurge extensively WASHINGTON.COTTON as a Committee for the appointed by the Chairni n

Maxwell John B. Galbraith J. John Williams and the track also the i without much danger to anybody but purpose of preparing InM:
LL L.A'D. from IT to 19 on *. Troup I eros-tics, laving ; bridge ADVAMCKP.j ness and nominating c'eUgaics! f
| runt the
HEIR A COLER, CUG* Bo Jo!. Chaire?, Sr., Dr. F. A. Byrd, Ac.. Ac.Surelv .- I across the Aucil.i! river and all!! the rrincij-sl and themselves. Would be Congressmen. Legislators j DMrieU.. after a short difftrent

a- ---- 4 ] from such a list including those who served j jI COStlY ire-sling in the County of Madison. t and Senators, who have not an opportunity to di.s- j Xcw YORK, May 23.-The British steamship City t following rewlaiions and Consultation submitted the

-- Klarkct. the last I play their talents by nuthority' go lo the Commercial I cf Washington, Copt. WYLUE, has arrived with appointment
in We the Prwideii
Lands Restored to j 1 the County fo faithfully are happv to learn fiom : of the Itt.Ketolttd. That

The Commissioier of the General Land Office bas !\ and others whom we have not time to enumerate. road that the parties lo this important contrs.'t have Convention and pend there the last drop Liverpool dates to the 12th inst, being fours days ofa Siate Conuenfkq,wo to approve b< luI'I at of the aMeniMJn-

ordered the restoration to Market of the Military j j i iRwerves a ticket can be selected that shall combine all the commencedCTi with an efficient force, recently of popularity they may ever have acquired. Hi- l later. the first Monday in June: next, for the JfontiVeUo. oH

at Palatka in this Su te. For it dew-rip- I qualifications insisted upon by our neighbor-the arrived from Georgia, so as to leave no doubt that iPore tlun is I fie fast." The sales of Cotton for three days were 30,000 nominating a caudate for Congr**,. and purpose aLso ,rt-i
Of tile city itself and of his experience while hales taken 8,000 and candidate for office of State
tion of the Lands thus restored, f-ce the proclcmai qualifications of good uen-hone-l men-competent the contract will be executed. According to the -speculators expoiteit 8,000 3d. Xtoled, Tli.i Ke-rfster
there he speaks thu : bales. The Africa reached Liverpool on the 9th we approre the CtaelBmti
i in lo day's paper. men. terms of this contract the road is to be bid by the Platform, as con.trued by PmMent Bnchan.n

And to the Democrat.y we say, whene'er you end of next year-say SlsPof Dtcembcr 1S59.Th We would nol say one word in dicparngene.it of j i iust Jlcr news caused an advance of id. in some not as construed by the lion. S, A.Douglas.! but

New Arrangement.We them be such the city, but truth and candor compel us to say, that instances.i Circulars report the market buoyant Zd. KesolKtd That we have
nominate your candidates, let as can .re were a few sections in Mad son county un- j unwavering eonfi
been it costs a man more for .fare and fun" in Montgomery dence in the ability patriotism and
announced laft vrek that a change had \ con.-ists in On Friday the reports from Manchester were fa administration
serre the Slate-whose chief availability let. on which the work was 1-ght. These sections than in any place we ever saw or ever heard of our present Chief Magistrate.

made in the running days of trains over the Pensa-. j one word : Competency. It i is ths services of such have we understand, been put under rur.lract, (If. If the idea of having the Convention was to vorable. 4th. Rewired, That we approve of the

cola & Geo. Railroad but rince then il has been determine men that the times demand, and we trurl that such and the preparation of the road bid will oon be com- bleed the public, it was successful. Think of three Consols 97} to 978 for money; 971 to 97} for ac- our delegation iu the present Congrew, and rote* cf

,! for the bctler fcccoiamodation of the public selected. dollars a day Jor be-ard, nnd ten in a room Comfortable count. mend the Hon. Geo. b. Hawkins for recom
I and sue-b wi..i will be ted.Tin. renouunati,,
make another change. The Wedulc will be 0 << pie very, e>h Think of having to pay omnibus Bread-tuff-: are reported dull but steady. at the said Convention. c
to entire lino,from Tallahassee to Alligator-105) fire to and from the Convention, or take the 5fA. Rttolved. That the following

found in the advertising columns. The Saturday! Payment Volunteers. miles is graded or n-.lcr; contract to be graded as fast dust and the sun going and coining from the bittingof Flour dull-nominally unchanged. Wheat dulL be appointed delegates to the said nsmed State person

train is to be dispensed with, and r.n Accommodation \ py some dtlay on the part of officials in Fl'rit: as the iron can jf jic laid. The fast Sfi miles are in a body, near u mile from the Hotel Think Corn fin'n. Kosin dull and declining-quoted at tin, viz: Conven

Truln rua on Friday, which will kate theTullahasscc the cauoe of which we have not been advist-d, no / of these thing-1, and bleed from the bottom of your 43. Rice qufet-Carolina 20s. 9d. Turpentine firm let listrict-Dr. Gorman, Ahin May
actual .10 miles !l be General
( ) more \ : graded WbStfield
Depot ou that day at 7 A. M. us usual, and 1 provision has ytt made for the payment of that po'Act -nominally ", in London. Sugar heavy, quotations P. Granlham and John Woolen
bv the 1st J-k-pt/inber.; The remainder: of the line will Two days in Montgomery satisfied us, and. we 2d Dist-Col. Dilwortb, Bird
arrive at Station No. 3, (AValkcr's MilU t9 : re. portion ef the volunteers called out by the State" as above stat/1. l-e re1y in time to Live the: iron left' f.ir TuJkege-, with, the following imprest-ion in- ban-ly mainlsined. Coffee firm. Turpentine bum, Geo. W. Taylor and D.Capt.T. Lingo., CoL Black

turning, it will kavc the Dtpot for St. Marks as on i \ This omission has bee-n caused by the failure to wake haiti by the cyd of rest year. 'ii lil-ly stamped on onr memory-Montgome-ry is a steady at 4Is. 2d. 3d Dist-Dan. Bird, F. P. Miller, Dnnid Cars

ether -days but will return from 5-t. Marks at 3 P. M. I out and forward the MtsJtcr Roll, cud the csliniatr? j jTh haudst-ine place-admirably located for business Wm. Heir, Joshua Taylor. ,
i Central Knlroad, we Icain, will be graded ;has a cltvt-r nf Editors-many hinfl.b.Or.iC liU. : General New. thDist-aen'lB-ne-
instead oYS.SO, and arrive at Tallahavec at 4.15 in- cannot be made T.-ithout them. Whoever has charge and the dross tits furnished in the ct'ur-e of next ,* .=-the finest corps equipages, and the most unrnerci- | Kcsoliitious have been inlroduced into both CoL I inlay son, Joel Jlorris. ErPe, Cot Bailey'

tead cf4.45. TLc eamc train -sill through to of this business should see to it that it is i no longer ful hotel tins tide .f5niu I 6th
go month, from Jacksonville to Alligator: which point j jtlic charges Francisco. j ji Jo[ *e3 of Parliament, censuring the government DistIoel Walker David Walker, James.S

Walker Mill and return to Tallahassee the same j deferred. The volunteers regularly mu-te-rcd by Presidents of the I'.voLYmpai.icb Lave latrly concluilfd j for the publicalioH of its dispatch to the Governor- Walker. Cook Smith, Burton BelUmr

t v Mz. This fu-1-11g-rnnt sill l-cttc-r accom-no- j the U. S. authorities have had pnmsion made I for an arrangement for Ihe JUIK''OH; r.* tIme loadI -. i' THE Fr.i.- CaEvcE.We nrc indebted, says the Genenil of India. Lord filenborough assumed the 6th Willie Di.t.-O., Ww.*Dewitt Gad.den. S. Whitaiir, Elward -

date the public than the previous one, RS it givcba i their payment in the tb ficiCncy bill elill j-cn-iing I Iron for 12 miles of the Cei.tra! ru'ii i Iu.variveiii.t | Savannah Jfornii'y 3jrs, to the publishers of Ihe responsibility and resigned his office. 7lh Dist-Dr. Manning, Calvin Israel Davis

through train both way?, or.cc- week, to thaipofengcrs |' before CongrcFS and which v\ill be pa -ed into a Jacksonville, and i is now being laid down on 'Jie traek Sew Oi leans Picayune for a supplement containing Sir Henry Balwer has accepted the appointment K Roach, Livingston Fume!! *n<1 Foisom G Blackburn., William

can leave Walker's Mill on Friday, for law so POOH as itS details are perfected. The State !k--irn thr.t there-I I- an ncrraiu!f and IoU n -punt of tb? T'oll f'r'vnso i-.r i.. t-'npn.ni21. 8th Dl-t.--Jnn. M. 1ta r. N -
< j and we arc hapjij to .,7 wltk'h! heu.IP an-I n doing SUCh immcn. damage The from i alk.r, teo. 1ays13r, Dr.
*rautc. .i t *1 (\ \ AHMAVIP wi-lll- lnT-i .Sn.l I*<*.-.. n .'h-m I 1't'w L news Calcutta is unimportant Tlie Tradewehi aa1 'lV
cither J 9 nin.i'lar1 he in time to continue tile irack.h -.- -. : in the vklnicf:! the Crescent Bailey, Jr. ,
I rays : ; :: It i f.nuvva i'--u' City. 4WJp to last weather ii hot A campaign against Rohilcund is For the

Iahasee. I In regard to the State tro ps. I will tike this e>ccawon at Tnllal.as-.ec, the ]'. (".: G. r 3 c. nnrc-s WJ'Ii i 'V j: > Sun'1.---_ the lCh! in&t., all efforts to close the breach | said to be inevitable. Denham, James County I'aler at. La-ge.--jam 3forris, Wm

p This change will go into ope-rution next week, I to nn'.wrr an inquiry you made iii a forme-r Tallahassee! road at St. .Maiks.: Tnc i distar.ce, froi.j it j had failed, and: the prejt-ct has been finally abandoiud. In China everything is quiet. Wilforel, G. W. Turner, Smith, N. II. McIonj, A. Ii
nrid will continue until the lst 'f October. I letter : In my ojiinion, their j payment is ('rti St. Marks wood Simkin,, James } ien.
( the
u- R.
on Gulf of ..Mexico | The Picayune the caused M. Gilbert
to Jacksonville damages Wnn.
I Th< Pr' idv-nt ha\5ng iiuiiiol t.etrvic! his mi says Tile Spaniii Minister of the Interior has resigned. J. Woods, t.Y } Joha
? Win.
ti" n is eOh'lu'ire, bj-i--nisc- l % uj the St. ..Jo1ii'I livu- is ISO miles of v 1kh1G miles i by this overfiow are variously estimated at from Scott, James Dewitt, John UImn.
IIi j -lnngs the
= to Kxcn
TORT AND ANTIQCITLES or ST. Arennxr, Fi j Bird, Pl kens Bird C'per
% I live lo jud_'. in -! am e now in operation ear the four to five million? of dollars the FromWASHINGTON Wahlngtou. Dr. Scott, Dr.
Founded A. D. 1565, comprising some .f the uuv-t L i riit i ea.-s. Tl.o 1-ris1ttivo I > j lying United St.ttrs mail,, general impres- J. Chace, Col. Anderson Tay10 oma,

interesting Portiom> of the Ilirly History of FJorida. j parfruent will provide j-ny ujx-n! thv estimate of the and including: the 12 miks out from Jack eon vilJc, SSmih ion being that for two Ff-a=ons no sugar crops can May 22.-In the Senate to day the W_ 0. Girardeau, Jos. Marvin, John 13.Wet JjSiinin

Bv GEORGE It. FAILBAXK Vice Prewdontof j Secretary of War. -. leaving I 12b miles lo be finished, of v.l.jch ie raised on the ptibmerge-d plantation" fifteen million dollars Ie>an> bill was introduced..Tlie .- J. S. Divine.All w. F4wh an.!
the Florida J1itojial"eitv.. j Thus far, such! e.-timate could nt i-f made by the 70 Homestead bill
New York : j miles! are grade 1 and the About the time the hell Crevasse was under discussion.In of which
D for rest secured wasabandcncd resolutions
Charles B. Xortoii, agent for Libraries. 1S58. I -j'artmcnt want of the Rolls. I have bf-i-n to be graded a the He.u"e aaQ aPPoir. ,ents
i several] time* there in hope t ti find them prepared j as wjii and as fas-i as the iron can be laid ilm'Jar roach occurred in the neighboring Parish ofSt. Mewrs. Phelps and Kavanaugh, from unanimously adopted, aftt* were
We are indebted to the author for a of this j jinleresling for estimate, and the new State of Minnesota spirited tffciuaoa
still the Rolls on
copy 114J pe may be sent The distance from St. Marks Fornandlna Charles, on plantation Madame Labranche, were admitted. The a motion to strike out
volume] through the General Agent, C. I IDrew in Ffaeon. If they do not come: I shall ttill try top is211 Ohio contested election case was hated 8-> much of the first as re-
rr.3 the
inik-s all to
of which'j I miles eJfu-ts to close that breach up.
are in having failed nominAUoij Of
-t an but opcrdtion State '
appropriation, tin i and the
Jacksonville. \\ c have had lime re no asfurnnce, of WASIU.VGTOV Kegioter.
barely f succe-ss in the absence specific estimates.Sprctli rest cither ready or sccure-J to be ready for the iron t'ure li every probability that the waters from May 2.3.-In the Senate to-day the On motion of Mr. .Bellamy, the Chair
to glance at its appointed.
page?, reserving for another week loan 1.111n' debated.In .
---- as above ttated. ioth C'revard will unite and greatly extend tilt a Committee, composed of the

more extended] notice. The w ork forms a handsome of Mr.We EnghI .h. From the progress, made in sc curing i irc.a of 'icvaMation. The hell Crevasse submerged the llonse, the Ohio contested election case for the purpose ttf following gentlemen,

octavo of 200 pages, and is illut rated with several publish a speech delivered the subscriptions I was decided in favor of Mr. making arrangement for the ac
by lion. W.II. in the County of (Jai.'sdi-u; there is little! =eve-ral rilc-3! of the iow Orleans, Opelonsas and Vallandinghnm, and he commodation engraving*, including a newly di covcix-d portrait English of Indiana, on the} occasion of room for ; was sworn in. Tlie House then debated from the several
a tercr.adc do.U; that an amount sufiicieiil to continue Groat Wes-tcrn flailroad] track ; and as another section the Sen counties lo tlje tate Convention *
Me-nendez, the founder e>f St. Augustine. given to him Wn.-binglon the P. ate's .iiacndrneiit' lo the civil vi/: I R Black
The Book city immediately & O. ron-! to Qaiiici/, t-ny *Z miles, Weil from Tallihasfce -: of the road i.s now submerged .by the waters appropriation bill. burn, W. Sv T>il worth, Dr. B. Vi. i lor Wm.
be Lid Den
can >f C. Drew, Jack on\ilo! following the passage of the English conference ay
will be- secured ru-hing! through lie braiiche Crevasse ham, D.
during the it is not T.
General with whom eutnmr-r. And More British LIngo, J. Finby'sbn, Smith Simkb,
Agent nonriy the entire edition bill for the admission of Kansas. The isremarlfablc Ontrnge. ,
speech the President teems qinfc confident! thtt the unlikely that the now interrupted trips mi; the NEW Yonx Burton, Bellamy and Gen'l
22. The
May Bailej.
has been dtposiled. Price by mail, postpaid, : for the sou ml national sentiments with contract officers of the brig
for the road will be Ot_
entire conMruc'ion entirely topped until the subsidence mutiuu of Col.
I Dilworlh
$1 50. Sec Mr. D'e card in another column.A which it abounds. Mr. English is a cqaipmrnt of JiJtn IIovc report that she was boarded at Sagua it was ordered, that

being only in his ."6th year; is a native young of Indiana man, the r-jadthrou-h WI-M Florida to Pensacola, ii JIJ be of the river. la Grande by a boat from the British war steamer lh'"
Careless l'otniatcr. faithfully carrii .1] out. Buzzard, ami an examination, of her demandM. Floridian and JournaL"
and i is now rer lug his third t< rm in Iltn.T lo'ufii! NEW papers -
Congrc having AT ORI.E A'ticMni
The Northern mail There i i' tbcrt-f/re, no longer a doubt vf.- Or1rn In the On motion of Cob Blackburn it
due hr that
via same Bartlett ,
Quincy on Thurs been fir t elected in 1R53. lie i is the a connection 17.-Hilly Uowlegs visitdl the True Delta port Capt of the nhi-p was

*Thy, did nol come through, owing l<> the inexc-uralflc Ten few Northern D morrat who nnioi'g bztwcen the Gulf of Mexico, at St. Marks office and j-c-veral other minces! to alanail was rc- Clarcndw, bound for New York, was or-lered to assemble Rtolved, That this meeting do now adjourn to

carelessness awe arc infonued, of th<> Porlwastterl after the of the were re elected and the waters of tlic Atlantic] at Jacksonville!! and I ccivcd with great honoiu, attracting thou.sands tfspectators. show his papers and hoist, his ensign, hy the as a mass meeting on the first Saturday
: Kauris-Nebraska September neat for
Cap the
passage : bill ,
in l-Vrnandiii.1 will fooii be made. With the .John l Maginni?. Ef[., made a speech, of the purpose of nominating
Bainbridgc Ga. The mail work thin Luzznr'L He
reed vd at that point already refused, a Senator and three
1651, which 1 bill he be v-'hereup0n his delegates
sustained ro
with I all his | to which that this
ability done and secured liowlegsresponded, expres.-imjregrtt I represent
for Tallahassee was tent lack to Albanj, and the in the IlfUMi and defended with all his, zeal before it is impossible to prevent he- hail not sooner made peace with the whitca. ship was boarded by K'0 men, after several blank county in the next Legislature.

only mail thai came this it, though (he failure of our people to aid the Companies cartridge-* had been fired. DAVID
[ pcr through lo city con j jwsted th* pooplo of liia Diiirict and State. The Picayune :-Tlie King of the Capt. Bnrtktt still refused WALKER, Choinnan.
.fn bag containing copies of the JJainfriifyeArgut [ by ca.-h subscriptions: may delay the cornple-! j I says Everglades and the Captain of the Buzzard left his W. O. GiRARDEir, Secretary.Democratic
end his skinned followers have purpose
all intended for lYt Oflk-t-s' Xvrth of Biiiu1ridg Tlic Latent Intllnn evii : tion of this all iniporMtit (ii.j cc-f, and nute-iia'.ly; add copper unaccomplished. -
no little of attention finee tht-ir arrival at the IJarracks. *
<> Such The to the cost of its acrompli; hin-.i t.We'arc The Water Witch and .
gross negligeKec deterves a "nip''i" Col. CV.-mmnndimr ha f-irni-hcd u- the fol-] Arctic sailed for the Gulf keet1n.
Yt-'terday finite a number f the tribe vS.-i- Snxu.
if nothing wore. Friend -rvs, look to it.l bwiig viprefs I' rJgl-1.e; : ii.f.>riin.d tint a comparatively sma'.l ad- j imiaciiialtly. Ponrc, WAKrtiA Co., May 2Ist

] )iI ict from Cajit.j Urinii..i, l'rt Mvr-, dat.-d ditil>n to the pre-ieiit me-ana of the Company woc'.d i ircice I ted the city nnd wont -tbout: s-ht.-'piig: with the Ira- On motion, a public meeting was organized r.T

>r. T. II. DAItou.4Sec I I May*. 1'Jth, inforii-! -. that one cf J'il's! 'jje; tt jvirty t it from all ernbairasEim-nt and lienimit air of indiffire-ice: for which the tons cf the Ship In Dinnir.... JAS. B. CAliLIaLE taking the Chair, and T. J. 5L
the advertSomcnt cf tl.is *gntKiniu in the J-.a arr'nr-d at Fort Myr-r", in obcdit-nce to the sign s sacrifices which prevent any forest Lave s-o l--ng Lee:: i.oted. They appeared to j ji Xnvr Yer.K, May 23.-The i hip Globe bmg nppointei! Seeretarr..
l"Ct by Billy -.1 thr-ir old fnmjvH"Capt. may: impair the tame of>t the stock. Nvw On notion, CoLf.. U. Anderson
appropriate column. He iit' lii-jli tettiniohul-i fii.in i have pi'-y: of money, ni.d spent it in a genuine-: ,, j Orleans, Las arrived hi this Perrr L. Ear
< B. re.jt: :.-;* mn interprtlt-r. aflpon, the The \voik has this far bcc.-i e-eonomically rxicut-d port leaking 1 r inches nnirton and Jas. P. Carter, Vere appointed
well-known -itk-intn of his s-kill in Inttrpre-ter, h-fl in bu.-inef-s-Iikc off handed manner. In their general[ i to the Lour. muteeto draft a Com
g bisprcfesr-ion. yefterday i the I'. S. !( !:.ncr and we rjUvfrtivii if any road in the l.'n.'tcd: : resolutions expressire-of the sense
His \iit lo our city i> >itiiti of the character e.f tiii! Las States ofthe ni-prnraiii-o there is a family*f likenef* bclweou them of this meeting. The Committee having retired

f those suffering from puir.fal excrescc-tice-3 on the foet Cajitain's re'jutst.'o iu.dxr, I 5th Jf y.llsi t'.ccost.' b<.e-n conttruLtciJ at as: !!t- and the Clioj-taws. though they have neater and ;; NEW Youx, May 2-Sales of Cotton 19-day 1,000 soon after returned and reported the following whie-U

: the occt iyii for baling tKi! skillfully rtiuovcd.We : ..- edituiofthr- 7>tJ dl] !lesrn being
ar-j ? > g'd to :li.-it the lilfHt.ics
doubt ic-t that I >r. 1>'A. will be found all that the War is now over and that hoslilitii-s should which; the Flc/ri'la llailroid i(7.r: j p'-tt-ivoly. (One warrior that we saw was r. Ftr.nt1 1 iI of 14,000 barrel----common t.. good State ?3.80 @ eembled than probably ralargrnambcrofpeopl could lc got together i-V on
the cuincrou* certifx-alc? in his pofef-esjion, some of j jvbich cease, and assigns for this r-pirion: the following Con.j-ny >redror SB/iVUow, over eix fet high. lie wore ground cS-O-'J. Turpentine heavy at 45 @ 45} els., and for any other occasion ; and it being suesteI by

are append" t* liis advertisement, among others reasons: : were pur-p-'sc-d to Jjbor, have becii re-im-vi-d. and that ( ins he:..! & 1lv..:- circlet, and paced the streets *-ith June delivery 43 ct. Rosin firm al 81.45.ir n41..>* many of the.I>eraocnii-i, in1 otfurs >
rcprcrviithim the people; of touti! Fieri.-! arc about *.* vKtEAX-*, May t.-Saks theadmmulnitionofPresidentBuchanan.anieet
lo be. The condition of Sam ..Toneis i loubflcrslo ura- : a mj.'t4o Izt c-, jijite tras ii Otrng an tiov to the Cotton to-day was called for

: .----- -.---- .- --- t l.c I that! ol an oiii 1 I trorn '> Convention
k TIeflceting ToDa nothing from the Delegation ;cert, I p"'imi3rion j zmpa jjay, ius giving a "J.-IKH- nope uiai in a tc'.v j lo Liverpool J (7 5-lGd. the first Monday in Jnne to beheld on

.. to d>e mild I"1 Inrinl on hiS nnticf (rnl. Th<: flC- years, all the dhi.-ion.-3 of our Stjle v.-iil inbound __ --.- Re-olreiL That, thc. miet.c .n. _Therefore. i l-e. it
to } .. .. .....
By appointment) Ihia the-day for the assuib- live inca surrounding; him an- his relative-, only. OfJAMES *K mir*ka H\Jlt
In r by hands of iron. Suuia." Tnrkel BcorrA-JAx receives
get : OK run Report
Bishop teof our hearty
I ling of the Democracy of Leon. The fird and l adiug The boat party'jfJJi.vl'-g-j siro without a thief, That approval
11 objift of the meeting is to celcct de-lrgate-s to and l left the Cyi>re s somr- moisthHIICr-, during high Lei us then look forward to the "j.-ood nine acorning' Tennessee, gives notice that a mootinge-f the UeardofTrustPij XEW Yottic, May il.-Sales of CotU-n 1,200 bales Revived. Gzo. g. UAVXIS we fully approve of the course ot '

-it the State Convention which convene in Monticello vratr and) arc now' 071 1'ine] land, in the Kver- '-havinu put our hands: to the plow, never look of this Institution will be hell itt IJetrehcba with a quiet market. Flour heavy, sales 12,000* Lie LeprescntaUve in Congres.*. our able and indefitiga-

on 3Ienday, the 7th day of June. A second subject glades lzih wat, where-r permits the*, nrc lliir comjH-lled return. to Lilly-n.ain until(anil back ittil: the good. work i is fiiiUhetlSenfine!. Grundy county, Tennessee, on the 3J day J Jof bat barrel:-btute an-1 Ohio brands slightly declined, Jiwlvtd: Hat in egartl to the nomination of a
Soulhern can.JuI.ite
for consideration will be the nomination of candidates the chiefs eorrobcrale thi-) that th'-y will rays eomc in -- Jury ttxt.: : unchanged. Wheat firm, with sales for the office of Stile Register, we leave
.. Surveyor General of Florida.Gen. -- ---- of 3i,0f.l bu-lu-K Naval ete're1" ouc: delegates to such
pnrsne coursw
the of white lie quiet. as they mav,
for the Legislature. AB it is eo early in the on cpp---arar.ee u flag. hns left them after consultation
reluctantly, nnd places the whoie of his puy, sorn- Francis L. D.u.i-y, of Putiaiii County, lat To-M u MOBILE, May 21.-Sules of Cotton l.' deem proper.

season, we presume lhe-.e nominations will be deferred #r,5uO, under the rhftrgo of ( o1. Hector, for tlrf-ir Florida, has bi-en ni]>poinlc l by the I Pre-rident and"itiiiued Wii/ te'< r the rrief that dims the eye, bales; Middling 11J cents-sales for the to-day jO pointed Resolved, That the following penile-men lie ap-
to a later period, but it will be for the wc-c-k! 4,300 Delegates to the 3fontieello ('iinvention-
meet good behaviour; he will r' turn in two or three Whate'cr the caus e ii f srrnu1e -, bales and
<- : by the Scn.-itf, Surveyor General of r1-eipts for the A. B. Noy s W. K.
no Beard
mouths fur them. time 4,900 bales IL L. Henderson. P.
;- ing lo appoint the lime when they -shall be made. turn us to the weeping ukv. ,
Florida, in I the j-lace of I> John Wc-lct.t against 1,650 bales Carter, Wm, Fisher, A.
The Tnlalas.-e! are located the )t1 wTiOiceonnni And v'll niJe same -reek List harvey, Jas. B. Carlisle
We observe that our neighbor"the Sentinel, i Istlighlly on or near Kismmme. snyv : to-morrow. year. The increase R. A. Gouge R.
These men arc not known a* -viirri.'ro by -Kin Iia.lx 'irvil. Thii-i j is an ajipoir.tmenl And when from those we love we of receipts At this 53 Bradham, henry Anderson,
exercised, but not unduly on the subject ei the Chiefs ; llipy are by them e-nlle-1! */ //frs, and well beloved. Xi> tri;<-r fri.-nd or mere gencroiuheart'd From home we comfort be.-rrow, priri/ the stock 70,500 Laics, jort 14,000 bales, and ardson.Wm. Revill, Cob W. U. Anderson, T' J. M. Rich

the matteis to be held under advife-ment and bc-ted have no Chief with them. And whimper to our: aching heart

on to day.: So far as Judge Hawkins is.concerned It may be asked, why arc, we so sanguine in this man live br.nrath: our Southern sky than We'll meet ayain to-morrow. CtUSLKi May oi.-Saks of Cotton to-day On motion, Resolved That the proceedings of tht-
j matter ? W will <-tateth.it we t'onv4r-c.1 FrniH-ii->- Danc\) or one po-. in-/ in a hi--hc-r detT IjT'ni' Lales-Middling Fair meeting be published in the llaA-mdla2'ines and
*; \ e v.ith! advanced
it presumes that he will be re-elected without i cent, but Floridian J,
opj.otition. the fallowing i1it fiv -:tm-atdv d '- l the: qniiliili-nlions n-quiMte fr the But wln-n no Journal.
lo \vitKilly: l..w-! lot lo to-lta'rrOw corner, 'tis still change in oilier qualities.CiiAEiEsTox .
At any rate, remarks our contornj-orary, legs-Ae>;inwah A'-hu-ti hno: Fu< r-h-iii*; Xo- vhir-i: ] he has: broi: clevaf4-d.: Jfo ia thf worthy, An image of to-day, Resolved, That the thanks of this meeting be ten
"if he to have his | Icon sueCvsr''T May i2, 1 P, M.-COTTOX.--.Sales to1 dered to the Chairman and
is opposition, opponent willm<> t hajo Wnseo Iladjo- Tuss hau-hi-e, kinnthla Still tear* our heay"ejelid* fill Secretary.
likely come from J Jt2 own tide of the house, as we i and many aged warriors on th<-ir way to the West., of n gentleman who has made, it i is t-aid, Still mourn we those away. day COO' bales, at 12} to 12J cents. Fine grades iii On motion adjourned.JAS. .
i with the officer "oijc of the !l..t J-urvryitrGeneralb Florida has demand, but B. CARLISLE Chairman.
of the firm. ,
f intelligent I Dck-trutioii and c\cr And when that morrow too j ij scarce
know of no one outside e> tlie Democratic party past- T. J. M. 1ticatnnso
jirmv, and all have: impressed u with the fact? noticed had. (A yei'terday of ic'rrow- Nnr OstEAxs May 21. ,Secretary.
who expects or desires to be a. candidate" If this Jibove. Tin re is not a Chief J.-ft in the. nation, -E------- Hope, snilin! ;.', cheats V.A: to the last, 5,000 bales at -Sales of Cotton to-day -

l.i$ the case-if there ii to be no opposition from theh n'jt our, except, pTbapt, old $un Jones.It A DcNjxraict. I.cajP., With unions of tt>-iiorro.v, unchucgod prices -sales of the week 950,000 Subscribed

: Scnt'intf party-we will under-write without any h seems, however, that the troop5 are art to bI.I -? W-l.tUrslIa: : ''I" j ----a.- 3.Siand; rece-ints for the parne time 13,500 bales. Gad- den sends greeting to her sister counties
walk the -- 3. .: ; : ..n Tlurlav! the 20tli I iIt., The -lock on hai-d an per cent that Judge 1L will over track all uI&.zawflIn .. Corrcj'G3ul. 277,000, on the West She has awakened from
cr t/ic
j. Thojiipoii who bruke rf Journal? ,- .
jail in T.nudcrdalo nf >:t.WAFIUNGTOX the
increase her
at this point is 73,000 and slumber-shook off "her 'drowsiness
and at all other ( -concluded
politary alone relation to the di-feiicc of ih ; froi.titr w 4.- us- Con ntv, .Mi-' -.- 1 j.; i, under o.ti Viet ion for .'.tealing a that she is interested in the
I' With regard to candidate* for the Legislature, the sure our readers that the "oiyiiul Coiumanding will uegri'' c' -aj.eil. tbf oiiicr, r>f justice, with their t Tuet1ay. May IS. ports the increase is 39,000 bales. Freights 71-Cd. going on in the Land of Flowers?great"_improvements

Henlintl hopes that no definite -LSon will be had itfiford satisfactory prulction, by placing Ij.ur corn jiox*<: The Hiciiffof tills couiity wilh I! the, Ieiiuty The Executive appears to meet the grave events <<7 1C S2d. Sterling Exchange 107J @ 108J. to build the Railroad through her borders, -and. the retained

by the Democracy at this time ; but whatever be panie.-t of regular troops on the line, and will I I I I bn.wisted Sheriff of I.iudi-rdalu ("ounty, Mi.----ipp5.: rind -r r"six that hr.tc oee-arred in the Gulf of Mexico with 1 be- CIIAR-.ESTOX, May 26, 1 P. M.-COTTO.V.---Sales today gap in the great chain between the Atlantic- only and
by one of our ol 1J andfl!<-5. nt volunteer or te-ven citizen* of Cadsdcn(; eousify! round'Thoiiiji'on'B .
bii coiling dignity, foibe-arancc and firm 400 bali-s the waters of Pen
extremes acola.
ness. 12 She
done it } cenla. Market now knows such
give us, says, good mcn-honest men- Captains. This mattt-r was advised by Col. Ite-ctor. I llnii-i'I it I. .u t twenty.miles I from this 1 quiet n
competent men, and we arc satisfied." We entirely Although offcn-ive: o.4 rations have ceased, di.-fcn- jila<- -, iLL -1 oMook in thi irifinini'ind: \ Five are in full forcp. \ him not to enter, attheii.-k win I.ut gratified to-day by tho Message that CriACj.E-.To-v 25. Sales once they are determined and full of
agree with our neighbor that the limes demand of their Jive '. TlieoJilcci was May ot cotton 400 bales action.
Capt. Kilbiirn) l bIt !hereoti Tliiirsda-la't felt >o secure of lii.s urre-t, expo-led in answer to the cull of the Senate -
the very best men in the Slate," id trust that llu for Wjish- surrounded it? !' for infornfctinn. at prices ranging from 10J to 12}. Market easier In one day Gadle"n has subscribed
I j lupton. for m iii-i, and authority to return witli a wus, tht-y f -aviiiiia until 1 o'clock I to i snrrni]. r, The llxecutive Government has NK\V YOEK thousand very near
codouU May 25.-Sales of cotton fifty and In addition
Democracy of Leon as well as of every other county I Final! delegation, auioug theiii will come) Jiilly] JJovrO'oflOll or betaken de.-d or all ye. At ubout T| oVIof-k 1,500 bales ; we can point
taken every necessary stej) to obtain authentic at an th cent decline. Tune to n dozen men, of large means-who intend
| taking
in the State will make euch selections for the legs. Th'>ujj>!Mii juiup4'd front the 1 nek pi.ir/a, with li'nwifc market is irregular, stock rand will do
rliujring to liiwai t iiformatiuu, upon. which it can aet. All that it and so at most any time,- ome of
Legislature es shall meet the approval of their ---- = RO as to previ-nt tl opponents. $5,000 or $10,000Wo
IIJosIOIfl. <- TS and men liring upon him ; 1 but whcnpomo ills eoull do meanwhile was to send a war steamer to Turpentine firm at 45
} (g 40. Rosin had
Moreover we have the following steady. Rice began to despair; but Saturday's work van
gentlemen tancc from hii hotiM- and
We were shown Cotton bloom running at full FJX-C.!1-. the 6ulf, with orders for the Commander of dull
a on Thursday, the at 3| @ 3J cents. quished the gloom, and the sky is now blight and
proposed as a very suitable ticket for this County. offa.-ioit.Ily tu: ruing and Icvcliisg his irun t'.,.
by W. :D. liloxham, Ks> of this oflinr8 upon Horde: St-uadroii to protect our vessels from further MoniLE[ clear. The Railroad is now a settled question
The Sentinel says: q. county picked -he WH* lirc
We have heard the name of James T. Archer from his plantation near this e-itj' It was from the wounded. I IIU I u II fort u IblIt c wife wa hot I in three out.nges ; and to call upon the representatives of bales. The market is iirmes, with a better demand. do The so5oth'ern people have resolved to build it, and they vlll

present 3'ear'a planting, and i is the fin-t have places I but we ii r gird to learn not dangi-rou tho liritt-h and ypini.-h: Governments in this Republic, Jfay 22.
:Esq., suggested as one of the candidates for the we >iy Middling 11J cent Sales for three days 22,500 .
have heard J iimit. Thomii-wii! MUS too gNat a iIL-tuncr from tin- f<>r xi>lanation Xo I '4-
House. If Mr.! Archer will consent to serve the The cotton crop generally in Leon from the latterfcomvf baies, receipts nor same lime
otlicer.lien li<- rcaclicu: the) woo.l*, for i !
t tun to A Liberal
1)vupIe. we w mii-'i w uic lui jus CLCt'LIQflj ULIU lur is very promising. overtake hii/i.-fiont/uru Jt'jtl li'J.Th h.n, u M-ems, I.een elicited ; and it is enid, NEW OELEAXS, May 32.-Sales of cotton to-day Sabserlptloii.To .
two per cent on a policy large enough, will engage -4RCUmItiOfl *.- ; Jy ittdv .1, that f.oid Napier is much annoyed and bales some wealth is a cur* bat to Dr. IL M. Lip-

to put him through with the consent of every man, of Specie Panieut. de'jcra.lomiioritioned, r./ovo has fln .it bc'-n | \ -.v.d by 1 thi o< rixiices, and has no information 3.500 and galcj for three days 12,600 bales. ford it is a blessing; for he uses it for -the benefit
woman and child in the countv. V"e have al ,.. l Prices are irregular, ftnd the steamer's news caused of his fellow-men. On
o iv d. and last
kJJ... v/-ii o. c>u-cnainjor* John Kcard t. _) cincc, says the Chance- captured was Iriug1.t lo thicity oil Tiu;: id.iy j onth? lubjcct fioni that government llic latter Saturday he came foi -

and Wilk. Call euggefted as candidates. We do not ton Jfercnry of the 20th hist to u meeting of the lat t, in thargu of the Deputy SSu-rilfof Ijatiderd.il'i fact: i i.i quite $"huportant in the consideration of this less firmne-i Middling 11J @ 11J cents. The ward subscription, and subscribed one tenth of the amount of

know that it would suit the convenience of these Presidents of the non-specie-paying Banks of this County, Mi.-s., who ]leaves this mori.ing with ideIrLsTlCr f matter. The British Government stock is 250,500 bales, and increased reaeipts at When such men required their to build shoulders the road-$10,000. -
must have put to the wheel
gentlemen them, to should go to it suit the the Legislature Democracy, but to as nominate their- city, at which it was determined not to resume for St. Marks, with the > low of reluming I a liljt e-HJinato upon the orders under which placed their all ports is 50,000 bate- Freights to Liverpool jd.i to carry out any enterprise, there is no possibility

specie pajmenla previous to the firii of July.- to ilissisfcipi/i on the ttenmer due to-da- cru'ujrs have i of a failure. Who will come up to the amount Dr.
names been suggested by Democrats, we violate noted, if they did not communicate
Since that time Sr. Loris L. has subscribed ? Where is Gen.
in thus they have had full consultation with May 17. Wm. E. KitcuiASE -
no secret bringing the names of Messrs. them to their
Envoy here. Could it have occurred T He is
Archer Cabell their Boards of Directors Tin UTAH NEWS.-U Partial Confirunation.-The a man upon whom we depend ina
Beard and Call respective and
before ,
prominently we Citors
the people as their candidates. informed that l1ae are iv MIs-nsrruL-T1lo Ilandaboro ((1 Harrison from cross ignorauce of the history of this question Ke-publican received! a despatch late last night great measure, for the success of this enterprise

they definitely determined to county) Jl'/onncr, of the 15th iiibt., says : of soo-ch that the British authorities such staling that an express reached Fort Leavenworthon and we are confident he will not be slow in eontributing
These are all "good men-competent men," such resume specie paj-ments in ne-xt. gave orders his influence .nd wealth. The
July The in section looks the 13lh inst General has
corn ur remarkably well. "i If not, then there is in the movement fipni Camp Scott, April 10th,
a* would grace our Legislative hall and do the It i is nearly ready to -silk and tassel," and in a a deep bringing intelligence lint the Mormons had laid vast interests at stale in this county,-he has State

State aome Bervice.*' Messrs. Archer and Beard are The Outrage on American Vessc1. couple more weeks will be fil fur table use. AVe design lo force a quarrel upon the United Stales. down their arms. Governor Gumming, on invita and county pride.-he is n man of liberality, Ac,

of the "old panel" and need no calogy at our hands Saturday the 15th iust., an informal meeting of notice, however, one field whore the corn-bug has Yet ills solution is certainly inconsistent with Ihoprofcsiiou tion of Bringham Young, had entered Suit Lake and we are confident he will not be found missing

-the two others have more cast in their ship-owne-randship-mastcra was held in New York, commenced its ravages. of tine :ISiilish Government, and especially City without an eseor Many of the Mormons had at this 23.the critical moment.-,Southern KepMie,
lot" recently in relation to the recent outrages on American ra- The Yazoo Manner, of the lith iiipt., Bays : a the( present Malmesbury Ministry in regard gone lo the Southern part of the Territory and the _
among ns. Mr. Catch has served the people women and chilcfeen -' _
were to follow.
eels by British cruisers. Among several resolutions We have just returned from a pleasant visit to to tliu country. preparing
In a higher but not more responsible position_ Sunflower We Second DespatcJt. -rh& steamer Lucas, from Missouri THE Port-LATiox or THE UXITID STATES.-The Raif-

erred them faithfully and with a credit to himself adopted were the following : there, that county the front had were not happy to learn, whilo Out Government and people arc too deeply River, arrived lerc last night, but brings no road Record has an able article on the physical development
JtenolvcJ, That Congress should assist the adinin- materially injured the pleelgpd to maintain the doctrine further of the United States and thd laws of
of which he feel b"eCAU cotton. We saw several large of freedom of the particulars of! the Utah news already tele pop
proud Jt who
may was not planters told
Uh'alion to enforce retribution for every highhanded graphed. General Smith had ulation, in whleR the views of Mr. Darby are intelligently
us they had good stands of cotton but that the seas t> yield" the British pretension, as lately .xereisol. not reached Leaven-
$3 there was lack of zeal in attending to the as to render the corn
any wrong, BO American name would be set back little. worth when the Lucaji left.ThirdLespafc1n.Adespateh. considered. According to what the Record
We await
interests of his Slate that he was superseded in the a terror throughout the world. nmst an explanation of the dated Leavenworth considers the" actual law* ef population, the

memorable contest of 1852, but because his political lietolved. That our flag covers the cargo," The Kosciiuko Chronicle, of the 14th lust., says : cause of this dihlnrbance. Perhaps it may yet be the 14th inst., slates that the news from Utah ia unofficial African race in this country will amount, in 186(1.(

sentiments did whether that cargo contisU of niggers or nothing ; The fruit crop in Attain county was never better. throvii upon u misconstruction of orders. ,.but that a private letter received by Cob to 4,530,000, and in seventy years the ncgroea will
not accord with those of & majority and that freedom from search" is an American's The heavy frosts we had lately seem to have been -4- Rich nt the Fort, corroborates the statement and number 20,000,000. The probable result of the

of hU constituents. This objection no longer exists, inalienable right at sea, as much BO as freedom from an advantage to it, causing the unhealthy portion Death that it is universally credited at Leavenvorth., general increase of the total inhabitants of the United

,4rcomsUncei having driven him, as they have the intrusion of foreign policemen in our domiciU to drop oft ofGou. Feritirer lf. Smith.ST. Governor Gumming entered Salt Lake City on States are thus calculated : In 1850, 23,000,000 ;

"thonsinds of others of the honest men in Ihe on chor 4 Lotrit, May 19. April 1st, and the army was in readiness for imme 1860, 30,60,000 ; 1870, 40,800,000 ; 1880 54,000-

ranks into cordial opposition The Tampa l'cniusular of the 15th inst., in an The Republican has received a despatch announcing diate action in case ofjan emergency. 000-; 18tf, 72.000,000 ; 1900. 96,000,000; 1950,
co-operation with the Democracy. A number of the citiznsof Wakulla unite in a
death 290,000,000 2000
of General Te-rbifer F. Smith the -> ; 640,000,000.
article -
interesting the clo
The same circumstances have forced Jlr. notice, which is published in the Times of on ] e of the War, remarks: Is thU result ?
Newport To Commander of tine Utah forces, at the head-quarters WASHINGTON-, May 15;-The Secretary of State has impossible or extent improbable
Call to change his party relation; and although Wednesday, of intention to apply to the next meeting our citizens, and all other who are desirous of at Fort Lcav addressed Lord Napier, the British Minister The number of square miles in the United States 5.*
Lultivating the soil n worth at twclrc] ,
Hlhe half-past upon
now time brush
to on three millions. With six hdndred and
he LAS not yet filled us prominent a cpace in the of the Legislature of this State for a charter for up the subject of firing into and searching our vessels forty-
plantations seek
your or new ones. Strike while Sunday night. in the Gulf of Mexico inel t\t millions of people, the density of population
public eye, baring ever held or sought offite as a Railroad to run from the the iron i is hot Peas Creek it is understood that his
wine point on teorgia ; on are largej>odics of The officers of the steamer Dickey just arrived at Lordship will avail himself of the carlest would be about 214 per square mile. The density

the distlnguuwd gentlemen previously named, the line, between Thomasville and Grooversvillo, to good that land, and throughout South Florida arc lauds Booneville, report that the remains of General Smith ty to make sonic remonstrance to the Commander opportuni Belgium, Holland and England* greater than

"stuffli In bini" that will speedily place him in Newport, with privilege of extension to deep water cannot be exceeded anywhere. In our next to leave Lea of the British Squadron in that The that The density of Great Britain and Irrlutd!
issue were
will yen worth for quarter. news
we publish a valuable communication the East Wednesday.
on about
"fortune on has troublesome fjord 225 per square mile, which li abort the fair
front rant of the gallant party whose in the Spanish Hole. the to Xapieras to
water in Peai Creek land Gcucral Secretary
Ac. Ilarney succeeds to the command. Caw. ratio for A country in a high tie! W t viW-atu n.

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i-i 6 Sojnetlilns.to tHopc For.liiore NEW ARRANGEMENT I JUST ARRIVED- A FORTUifE **
: nj Ordinance
BoUnnp more exciting pra'ifyinc to _

than liuman to"lisU'rc haves ana venture its Instinctive out." t-omctliins lo<'e of vuirrpi to LOJ.C'Uc FC-TST Days Only [ In relation to t/ce Market oft/it City of Tallahassee.SECTION 70,000 f WKBKR; & DMNR'I ,

1. lie it ordained fit/ the Intendant I
toawuit with *>ot tioa and to rejtce! over
if it tarns out fortunately. Such hns been the ox- On the Tallahasfce and Pcnsacoli & Gee. : coRr\ S ; Ci>yrvicilofthe City of llahaxcsa.. That an or- : fid I TAIIOBS
tJiunee >a sed and TO HAD *
} approved 13 1867
of ranny oftliosc mho have invested 10, July repxnl'ng aDt.Lza I,
net position in the reliable KA1L-JO{ ) !; BUNIONS AND riiOCBI.ESO.VEII an ordinance entitled an 'Oidinance to establish
$5. ori! Lottery cf Samuel Swan and regulate the Slarket of th6 of Tallahassee FOR $10 DOLLARS READ Y-MADE CLOT!!This
-o -
A Co.. AusrtSsta, Geo. We understand that wit hir. Pe-NaiF
iho Pal tw|>.Wl 'k 'he Messrs. Swann
a1f sevt-rsl liir't" prize. smorntinjr" in the nur- j p.i.-r i .. crTi;.:!. -t<., 0 ?.) vill! "hist <)\ViVEK; LONG STANWNO OK BA1)} PEIlMANF.NTLY Iep-aled. SWAN d: CO.'S LOTTEEIES, 8ENTLEMENS1 HJRMSHINg! GOODSr

(:rertc to the i-retty little turn of Two Hum!mlSi ui ti: v.t-Jy. : :) (Ct'RI.l'lN A FKW.MIN- SEC 2. Lt further m-dained, That the said orihuauw AUTHOEIZEDJjy JLhe STATE of GEO !

1'iinm1 I t Lrninz L"Iri ni4 S. 'L"ir/a u rc.sviriiUL ANY IV.IN DY entitled "An Ordinance to establish and -
: : n-gulite the maik.-t cf the of Scheme will be drawn S. Swan SUBSCRIBERS
Tallahassee by VT'IIE at
and fallowing
City \ rpriE are now opmifg.
fltt ltflflII r. .tlitv. 2zlikiii I it lit.1 1.i lA'v T.ililnt..te T. H. D'ALTOK. KT. P. C. S. L. & E.
i I. \t
Iept u.lqlv
: ::: orotli J1 L ttfiy. I the Store
rpuiposers" passed 21 Ju'.y, Ib28, revived I Co. Managers, of the Sparta Academy next to Meur Q. & J. Mcgb-
: Ji'afr1t.. 11 A. M (ov.'j<- il.r: 3 SJh mul 2th < f each I Jfffet.t-t'l., Lniihon, i- 1'rniL9d', Isle of Man. nr.d nppn>ve.lu.nM .5. 181 be and the same is |I in each of ILi-ir Single Number Lotterws lot nil.. a well oelectrd Stock of SPRING Rut.

-- r- i o.Mlwlnti '..-T-: : -.-, :. ;. ,-,-,- a; '.-, uilv.-s th--.e Late iMtr: iMiu Pcoitt I in l.Air M.ijvfliiHie.iiria InrcK icviteil. and ihclaieti to be m full force, ex- <' MAY. 1838. at Augusta; Georgia, iu public, under SUMMER GOODS suitable Iircrzxvs'
Mr. II. V. I HcrU-rt! I > known I.v1r '
1it.- "< 1tr-r lays shr.U! I J.i-! '.>). ';i Vt-t, .,*\ \ .-ilue.- i.v or Fndav, \ : t_ i'. < :i t-' 1': zL.l! l : I' ii i.a M ir.a.: Sate ccpt K) nuic-h of the 7th portion as requires persons the superintendence of Commissioners. w/A z .
writing a* Prank r<>rro=tr, commit t<-<] tti ,
i : SH.T Sictia't: for P. i C. IL 11
a in which case the CJuccu ai.J i on ". tin"] j-r- --rir. Jv'i-c; i'f J'orlu- I xpotjnir beef f-ir sue within the limits of oaid City,
t'.i> aut o'clock Men-lay utormnjr. iit LT> 100141 htnir of dvpaiturv will be us usual ut 11. ''' i coucisting in part of French and English Ololha, Cu.-
) .nh! } l.ouj ; <'lon.. IZiii <. ror of the to i-xliblt ti e lifud of the beef w>offered for sale, and
the -nlloaw.. ] rufl h\iy, lbt .inurcu and of the latest
5 tev< ji5itv vesting style and best -
in > >
/nivoAtStMaiks. .. .. .12.15 p.J. Fiench, *n1 l nwny otln-is of the I Iner.iul 1 txrrjtirijr al-o th.> Sib section of said Ordinance, in Ga in public- qu.dity
To be I) in the
; :awn City Augusta, which
; they to orJ
ren. Leave St. Marks. .. . . S.EO 1' M.. | rest ut llo\nl IV.inihts r.r.dXi.by relation t'l l-'.-:<-tf, T house's.Frr I are prepared up to r-, n
llurn i In I Afltij'fl I'nslam Aj-iil 7. ln>7, a workman like and fasLioi.able
ll was i. 5th 1858. aod onKtA80NABLK
(except <>n Fiiifoyvh j I I.e Iraia wil 5 leave at 3.) !! of L'un'j; p. ?. L. i!further '?oraaint, That it shall not : '
it1 l \ TsjA
uJ the tldcst iini.fthv lloiiorul> : Also assortment or
was try a good
Ariive nt TtIbt1.ts.ue. . . 4.45 P. II DR. D'\L'JN be l.ifnl 'or any butcher or other person slaughtering ,
K tTefl&lI1 liuu llei-Wri. I Mm f >ljnclnstfr.min .
'v tit as a man ol"scifiiee.. a port, jiiul n ]lil'.nil ; (rSTiplu; Friday] \vhcn the train v III arnvoiit 4.15.) :Hoirs tn uialvp known that lie i i.- at |>ro' ent ou a plcasur ;( Ltd cattle to establish, have or use a i-hughtrr CLASS 19, EEADY-MADE CLOTHING,

jioliticiau, and was paternally *leM.-rnJ fr 'ja tbe I AnJ n Sundisys v1'n] w>< K firy t to cornet, with ar.tl jartty I'rofeionn I Tuur of An.erica, and huuse or pen near to the business or inhabited paits j T be Drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga, in public, I cansistin of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock

ruble] Jioust* of I t1lil ir'ke and IVrey. tLe ln of IaI ; l in l'.tWt1'fl '' Or- x\ ill bf, for a few days to 00:110. at the | .f MiM City, fir the slaughtering of any beef cattle, j ji On Saturday, June 12th, 1868. Coats, Fancy Cassimere, BasiueuCoats, Black anU

-' l<-ats. ]\.>y \Vcf-t and Havana, which aiihiat, nJdt'1trt CITY HOTEL i sheep or hop*, nor t.t soy place within! the limits of Colored Kaplans and Over Coats, Black and Pane,'

: c- king >f the I)emi oralic (knventi.n, Jnan St. Marks on the 15th anti 20th) t.ftach during vhk-li jn-rii.jl he may 1 i-c dally cons ilti J in 1 said City without a license so to do, first had and j I CLASS 20, Doeskin and Cnssimere Pcnts. Figured Grenodia
,3ujth. obtained from the Intendant( and City Council, and and Fancy Silk and Cassimere VnsU.
KtyrftJie Gulf says: 'Jfl P'rincca l Gor'igi.i Kail! P.r-ad the a'jove arid nfl! othdcxcrcscenrr* and diseases ot any p rwi offending against the provisions of this To be drawn iu the City Augusta, Ga, in public, i iOn.
I n Tii-wi-ckly -ALSO-
IV.t the liii; M MOI3o- -. F; the! liuman feet which proTission skill cui aid. Fhe1t.hit.f f section ball; ou conviction forfeit arxl I |
tiii r County n rI. trtin will bo run CM Mondays. We-.laes-Jrn-s :u; .' t'Kv-iiltilire to (\tiqrcs*, c1' '< '. S. HAWKINS ; : is iZntZ.DuIu 41U4 azd the cure 1t)7AENT. i iT3f not ley than 10 nor more than -*2Oand the said i *" .. A good a*
ir Xffftf tfr of State 'Lotid*. II. V. SNF.LL An-1 | C mstiHation hours from I 0 a. in- till 4 ,,i. m.B \ house or pen shall be Pulled clown and removed as a CLASS 21 i and tics, shirts, merino, allk and cotton under shirts,
Lf Tr.UaLrtec. . . ,
ive . . 7 A. M. -
pone two seats in the Convention for l.r I >eleI I ir jrAi.fi.'N ih tLc only Lgally! graduated Surgeon public nuisance, by order of the Inteudant, on conviction collars Bocks, gloves, tc.
Arrive at Station No. :'. (Walkei'o Mill,). S.50 A. M. of the offender.Sr.c. To be drawn iu the City Augusta, Ga, in public, j The subscribers are new beginners and not entire
Leai c StuiK-u \o. Il. .. . . .. y _* M. America, i.ract>cins cxchiM\cy! as Surgeon
t. 4. lie it further ordained On Satttrdfttf June 2 ----- --- -- IVJist. That all Ordinan- community, they pledge
Arrive! at Tllahi5 . .. . .i 10. 0 A. M. i
fos r.n-1 parts of Ordinances,inconsistent wth: the Oy THE PLAN VFfUXGLE KUMBE&S. themselves to give satisfaction to all who iavor
I; i is *aid lhat JuJjrt- Douglas ii\itirr Mr. I.a- Xo proffS>i.iial: oonncetion with any oilier person provisions may
On FUJ.n: : ee.'n h.u.'aaon: Tiain \\-ii ]eve theTA1b.lJac "l D'ALTO.N does Mfcit. uf l his! Ordinance, be and the same are hereby them yith their patronage.J. .
t net 2
f Mi MS-i the which he
HI.U-. i1)Jii, to grand Itiuouet (' Dofiot ii StnlV TI, No. ;;, (WalkcrV Mil!)) rei'ea1tol.T'.t2.b. 5,48 PRIZES ; WEBER,

c.iveon rriJ y I o the)i eJca Association, informed atf4.o: P, M. an J ainvo at Stat'oii! ; .u. S, at IR.fi P. TISTIMuIALS.Train 1 I 1(mi MAT, 1S58. j I.tELY ONE naze TO ETERY NINESCHEME TICKEP.T L. DANNU ELMER.

him it \vns a jiK-vheal caucus, <-alk"3] to ]heal the uliTsif M. Leave Station N.I!3 jit u. an.! airiv al T'lllr D. P. IIOGUE, lutcndant. 1
laK the Democracy. 11e i idet 1'e a gwJone. > U. S. Senator fl
may i csai! Kentucky and
A HACK loave St. Maiks riivtloftlic Train JUNE!

." Kiiu Mr. Iv-unar thv uiios--c] Lui l ,limb..h:<3jre" I \\ i'iJ Wgtntiv fi>r Newport t ami ictun>s i in time to <-"HiJCCtvilh the >r. I'Aii-n! Gummstloner la-; some time t'j since Utah.l .cxti acted Lot 1 1hiird I The Ordinance revived by tie f.-rpgoing contains 1 Prize of .$70,000 : 4 Prizes of ?000 M'GOODS !-EW GUODS I IFOR
Amputating : Train t Tallahassee.- besides Wh-r
< up o provisions the following to which uttctitkr 1 lOOt \ 4 600
and soft corns from fed .inJ likewise niof; -
--- .--- Fare (Tallahassee to St. Murks. . .flCK) my is particularly! directed, and which are pub 1 10,000 \ 4 700 THE
tjg "Stfvl your heart," tald a cousUcnile! fiuh- to Station No. 1, iVu.tt Toc-l adroitly MIJ! tueccssfully treated one of my pi eat lish' .1 fur tin H-itt-r information of the public : 1 5,000 < 4 600

e r to 1.1* .on. lor j ou :irc now goinoue ( N'. IL ]: . .. . . .. :o liad been>ailbhkh f. from gross jr ; down at the sidoy Sit, 2. Llft>rl>,tr osdiined. That the icgulurnr.rfc 1 ft 4,000: J 50 600 FALL AND WINTER
fascinating prl-: ." 1 had luv.th Ktl.vr rival tli-J'V." Fare from T.-ill.ihassee to Station No. 2, I'cn.oc. r many years a wmteo uf very frreat MIiioyancf < '. IL''!1r-= shu'.le from ealight! in tho morning 1 S.OOO j 'CO u zoo I

?ztji t]> lui.ri.n-.iiltikr oui.y mG i ... 1*.. J.. .. . . . Q .--'.,., .1...t.c'"me.'.. and.. _.:it. ..is oiy! !_. dosnjf him :j ju.stier-. I nt.'H;l r/-;.> < '(]lch, A. M e-vtn": rlny, from the first of 1 . 1.500 ) 100 125
Fre from Tallahassee Jo Stiiti.m No. S, Walker's 4 rorirtied : Octob-.r t'-t (
scieiiuuiii2: mast' ry: mai'iicr. ant winonf: nv }) : ... .. .; day-light, 4 1,000 2SO 1004Pri7eof100 TRADE.UtiderdigncJ
sit I la Mill). . .. . .. . 1.00 tJ.in.e-fl -' I.
Tir !;> sii< rrKU PLcrr-A jrentlMiias v. and cither that the relief was immediate and >n- thV; ilrst "' Mt rih t,, thlirst of October-and tfial r 7utJtTrize! itt i.u -

1. \ vill% Iowa t. writthat the ira-sli >ppri>or 1 li'- tinu : pvrmanci.t. L. W, I'uV.'ELL. all laafkttnb'" i.rtidc.', f every kiml whatsoever, i.itcL'it. } .' SQO : ." 23.000 1,200 "TITlE is now receiving Lu Stuck u.
ha\- ain iaule thtir in our Ee;;iix ehWJ .Paro1fv Grpin fla.lrocn'Z Frankfort 1)e. 22sd 1857. shall 4 I FALL AND WINTER OOU1
turts ii j"iriiucc for di-ii'i the r-aM market h >ars, j jjf .. 200 10,000 8co .
Ji.'ul-vl in (41Ut1t-.I&Ij1.X1.] aiiJ nlra i conwnoucedifStri'viutf 2 SrlS, to /" ; '< < >' flH '< ft''f'good*. 4 wLioh wants neither ia
: ) ] prril!: to th< pai,1 market place fir sale ; and'it | 4' izr 7,000 5X( Quantity, Quality or Style.

i t>Jir .ptizJg w In.at. Tea"?ai c 2lertaiiio rjoir tiT.V.IA'A'S: TO f.T.1TJf'xIE: .\ J t !S : Prom tic Hon. Tlws. S. I'a. L'udilor of Slate f thai': t be iiiilawf.il f-rr.ny person cr person? to sell 4 100 5,000 400 f Embracing for the Ladies

T that they will Jv.-troy c'voryl-hhij in their way thittiison. > | Cotton piT lule: . .. 1. .. 7f> 67jlMiTobacew Ecnfuck/. any articles of raaik tin;, during the said market 4 .' 75 3,500( 800 ; ,

iu P.oxes p-r 1 On Ibs. .. .I 125 25 25 Dr. 3)'Alt*.n on a f>rnur visit to Fran-for!, txtr.ictcda ht.ais. at any othor place within the limirsrf this city, i 4 50 1,500 fa 20t( Silk. Robes a Quille, Side Stripe Delain Robes" ,

C 'm and other gr.-tin iu .atks per burhc-lj 10 \ 10 10 nuiiibir of very tH-ublcsiinif corns from 5i"fectof j than at the mat kt ph.t-e: n. prescribed bynhia ordi- 4 of 20 are. .. . . .. .100,000 j Flounced, "'* "M Cliallia
Snit hack. . '4010 i < 5,000 prizes T3roedcBavad1areStripes, Flush Uareg
per 4Hr.y myife a-itl dau"liter and hkuwisc opera; jon nn<.- -, <-i thai 'iay hsreafter be designated end nppointed -

Sprriol 'flOticr5. in n.tlc per 300 Ibs . . 15 |25 i 25 I a hunu'ii. for the Ltt( r in a most >kiliul! in-l 1 <-xIieditious by the City Comicil.SLc. (( Chnille Rob.-s,
Prizes amounting to. . .. 820,000 j O'aee. Printed Merino Robw.
Lime, Cement, Slal Plr.ctcranu Gur.uoj ; i j manner i'lid without MIV pain The rciiffTMS [ S. lie ;ti further orJulned, Tlt it shall not j 5/65 China Striped
ia pser.asvs ]1i'r luO Iht. . .25 l'2r t! 25Pr.r I ir.nntdiate and they have ex pf-r kneed no r<-turn I be lawful for any pi-i'ton or poison*, Vithiu the mi.rket : WHOLE TICKETS 10 ; HALVES ?5 ; QcARtrRS $2j. Satin Plaid Poult. de Loire, Dftlain *

THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. Inni per IC'O Ibis. .. .. . .!.25 ,,25 25 I of !ICOflVCfliCflCC. 1110;,. S. 1'AGL. lours ET prescribed by this ordinance, to s-11, or j jcoiitinct -oCo-: : AH Wool Delaias. ,

: Mi: JAMES CLAUKE's CnLrBCATr.D FEMALTI PILL All -ilu-r g.ott! pr loo) lbs..O; ,SO | 2-3 Frutikfort, Dec.) ] Sh: 1S57. to sell <
Pftjiarcd from a jirtwijition ofSir J. 1irif. ion TALLA HA> /:/: io ZTA TIOX\\I |S, |3 : I any maiketablc articles within the limits of this city, I IeitliT The Numbers from 1 to 50.COO, corresponding OF EVECT fiAT &LU. AXD IT.TIX.

: Jt., j'/tytirian J-jctraiifiiiiianj:: to tic {(Jnccn.Tlii Cotton per baic..5.' j:;70| From J. Dura!, M. D. HOHSton.Dr. eT fresh meats, game. fowls or poultry, eggs, with the< Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate I' ErabroidcriesOF

: iniataaMe Dio-hciiic! i unfail.ng in the euro (if Ell 'oliuceo ia iioxc pel 1UO fl's. . . i 1 ] D'Alion's pfrr.tion by which' he rxtrrf.ts butter, fi-h. meal, or vegetables, at any other place slips of paper, aie euoircled with eotlltm tubes

lliose paiuful and
is buliject. It nioJeratos nl! exc nnd rcnunr* i Salt per sack . . . . . |25 ]23 '25 thoeMfilriithe p--culijr I lorttiu- produced 1 bj; coins. ajra'nst the provisions of this ordinance t-illie-r as I The first 457 prize, similarly printed and encircled Maltese and Honiton Laeet. .

iill tibstruetlons, and a sjioedj cure nia> l' rc-lu-d on. Hay in Dales per lOt) Ibs. . . .'12 1l2Jil2iLiir.c It is. iain.lt sam! e-n'irt-lj s-u :ccsfu!, c\e"J brynrd: -nyexacat.ns. seller fr bur, shall, on conviction, be liable to pay I are placed m another whet-1. AND TRIMMING RIBBONS

TO XAKKir.l> LMtlE Ccmciil, slate, Plaster and (Ju-, j j jra.o : The Doctor has totally rcmovi'<1 two a fine of not le-pe than five dollars, nor more than ten The wheels are then revolved, and a number n BONNETS, BELTS

it is jwvuliarly suited. It ill, in a tjiort time, l ring on the in paki "-s jit-r 100 lba. '12f 12j'12-] froniniy a\vn fcet, thit! were formerly very artIvi.g." tlollaid, for each and cvtry offence, at the discretion drawn from the wheel of Numbers, and a! the same | The nndei signed would also call the attrmtion the

inoalhly perioJ with repul.irity.llach I Bar Iron icr loO lb' .. . . .!I12l2; : j. S. DUVAL, M. I). of the lutcndant.EEC. time a Prize is drawn from the other wheel. The Public generally, to Lie large and complete Stack of

bottle.rf Ou. 11lu r.K-ar*the Goversimesit Stsmp 1 All other gouiLj pt r 1(10 11&. . . .|l5 !l5 15 Houston. March 20, iS.'S. 4 Lc: It further vruaLneJ, That it fh.ill not Number and Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited j Gents and Youths Fall and Winter Clothing; '

of Urcat DriUun. to j>rcvit (OUfliClleik.C EDWAIID norsTorx I I be lawful for any ptreon or persons to f-re-stall the to the audience, and registered by the Commiseionors j Gents and Youth Fall and Winter

t 17 T I 0 c. I Prcs. "' From tlic Hon. JaJm Henry Bioirn, flairer.tOK. j mai Ket by purcha or agreeing to purchase, any ; the Prize being placed against the nun.ber > HATS CAPS,

These Pills shoulJ not l I.e taken l.y foinulcs during the fir
rioutli1 vf Pregnaney. a* tliej :ro .ure to tiring on V.i<- F .bruarv 10.1S5S.: 7-"m Fovrrrd painful corns from the feet*d f my wife i e.r v.-l.f at the mat kcl place, to attempt to create a zes are drawn our.21j.pruxIatiOM. > GOODS, : -

but oilier time .nf-, without, I the MiiihUpt pain ai.fl. as 1 fully believe iu j monopoly by purcha-iusr up the who! s >f anv article Prize*.-The two preceding and
<'amajre. at nuy they are ( <
_4" ,. No. 6Kr.FL the of ain selling Kersey p <- ..,J. a.;guTgnnci: Rope,
ID nil etu'e5ofNervous anO i-junal Afftf lions-. Pain in the / such a perfect manner as toiiilur.l pe-nnsiii-utrtlip.. <-r articles of marketing, for purpose a 1 the two sueceefliupr Numbers to those drawing the
1 .TOI1X HILXIIY UUOtt'N.nalveston tho same nt a higher rate nor shall entitled to the 23 Saludn Strips > Uufuls,
Uact an March IS 1858.Fram during nai-ket hours, ?ucii if Ticket No. 11250 I Idraws Marlboroug St.pee and Ru3. et8 anJ black Slwes,
the Heart, IlyMrrieh, and "VVhitt-e, these Fills v ill aflVct a or prrber.s purchase, any Prizes. For example : |
voTJ 1. FO!: J7i'J.JV < TAIX L.\\I\ >.< 7'' i.rticl., ii' the purpose of at'ivln selling the same for the* 70,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered Plaids, Linseys end Ken'y Jeut,
cure when uU other means lia\c faiU'owettul j
MAKKKT! i IX: ; THKSTATEFLOBIDA tic Hon. Judge J'jtir.f. ffalrcslon. speculation, either iur out of markit hours ; awl 112-I5,11219l1251,11252, will each be entitled to Heavy Cotton Oanaburghs, Virginii all Wool Liustys,
contain iron caicaicl
rcnicd do n.4 auUniury,tir anything
hurtful to the conaliluliou. 1 am, from p.rs-oml oxpcrii-nct' lully ati-nVd that any person offending in either of the above particu :*400. Thicket No. 550 draws the *SO,000 Prize, i J J 4-4 brown and bleach- Wool Hala.

l Dr.> D'Aitun i it, a 4 kilfti: !, |aiijcsb> and scientific t'pjrator lars. either as buyer or seller, shall, en c t-aih Ast-nt fyr
Full dlrecltous >
package. .ie
aecoinpauy ,_ 4_ .___ liable fine dollars, f>r Brown and bleached Sbee- Complete assortment o'
not the above
and viin.Ul all to a exceeding twenty and
the Uiiiivtl ta'tun.i C iaaJa, JO11 SK s s. on coins, etiiiM-qaciitlyadvi&e pay be entitled to >GOO, so cu according
I UR I'ANT ( a pi"\i-i< n in tlio Gi>reral Aj>- my frie-iitls who s-ufiVr from tuch canws. i-> avail each and every ffence, at the discretion of the In- I scLPte.Tb. tings, Har'dwnre.CARPETING ;
.Late I. C. BiiM in i Co.I Kochvsti-r, X. Y. '
ciiriohti aathori.od j'lojni.it'un Ac: < flStli .e\uuust. ] e'.") ?> E.-J1. ," unf tho (Iiut.ril: L.n-i: OU'.ee, FJ.HUI this < itv. J. IS. .lONEx MliuiCb so purehaS'-d, or contracted to be puichafed, last figure of the Number that draws the -70,000 i
I'llio IA
ACOI.L, w ill lUkurc a bottle containing >j retzruflit.L Three and
Ply Ingrain
I>A, abasuiutwil Military: RIIMV --. Noin i: u hcijbyiri <; vc.-t<.i!, March in, ir.oS.Fioin f.-rf'ited t. the use of the city iTt the oretion of Prize.3F >r example, if the Number drawing the j Carpets,

\ n, ths.J irom :.ii For sale l>y Edward T.arr.ard Jr., S-Je "li'. piulo r.i.d Ke- the fun. Xenctor Poltcr, (Inhesion. >7l',000 All of the above mentioned articles, will be tola
July nest all the v e.:'jit j publ c h.n I 1. < ;:.bi.C'-'l in Marshal and tie pruceeds paid to the Treasurer. where the No. ends iu 1, \viil be entitled to 20. If
all Aent fr Ti11baee. J. b. M. 1a Iauu, &u2e Agnl tho folloxiingtowiis'bip" r.jul t'i\\it 1 Let I bog to enioificthe above. M. M. PUTTER. | upon as good term's AS can be bought of any IIoiuo
pait.-"f hij e. May ] ;, Is3. 20 the N euis with No 2, then all the Tickets \vheie i
br ( uiuy. Icf.ire reserved fi, the of tLc J. l'o.t. March 1.: 1S5S. in the Citv.
r lc iltiiUiry
the No. ends in 2 will be entitled to $20, and so onto j -
February C, 1 V 5. 6-1 yIf -at Paktka, v ill be ic-U-ifc.i to n-.aiktt atnl laid open I D. C. WILSON. ., .
I'lOin J. Adriance Esq Coluiitlia, Brazvria Co., Try and keep cool in these Exciting Times !J. 0.
rale the Luiid Oilit-e St. Oct. 18 7.
jour Hair is Iiar>Ii, to entry at pnvjitr at r.t Certificates of Packages will be sold at the fffiow- 17. 42

U'c Prof.VotMr..$ Hair hestoratire.If Augustine Kiiv the viz-iiic) Liiviug beet heielufo.-e ofTcndat I D'Alton! has this Texas.Dr. hy tcrnoved. from iy feet ICEICEICE! ! rates, which is the risk : w

public : Whole Tickets. .
of 10 $60u
Hair Grry. hard said su1" Certificates Package
u both
your one hunion ai.J M'vcr.v! t-oins. !, -- ---4--- -
I'se I'ruf. "W'wod'a liiur EestoraUve.If SWli Of thc baxr line, and Emt of the principal '. 10 Half 40
I and likcttiM perfurtuida most suit-titiiii* operation < !-. T)Y the Express Packet Brig G> rural Bailey, fif--i I' 10 Quarter 20 Spring & Siunmer Goods !
your Hair is Tkiu, Meridian. onef great tonurilsvhicii had ln-c-ornc M-rv
my _1 y tei days f---ni: New York we are in receipt of H .
Le I'ri'f. Wood's Hair Ietornt e. I' 10 10
'- Section? 16 to SC>. inclusive, .towns-hip 0 ; the auii"\inc.} t Iruni ;roiiig d--wn at '>nc fritlc: atiJ. i it i iI if JI5O 1 ouinrre of this summer luxury, and which
If you are }lal J, Iti ordering Tickets or Certificates enclose the Imoncy i WE HAVE
of toivi.tiiiji 10 Xit1j! slid West of thf KS. I ,..' i jiiFtico tot'ie Doctor atid the RufTehnsr pu.iiu'jt. EECEIVED CUE STOCK Or
Tst! 'roL we.r flIr nirt.'j we dtfr* to fii |>rfV5e I to all in want on njijihcutional the Tickets ordered I
: Johns 1.iitr, :.wl tic lta tj-ii? .ii tnr.usliip n, Yc.iof .' 4ln-t u'l I t lu al"JVf <>i -'"''" :: : v. e-rf j>pr"orn< ii! out CE: HOUSES at St. Marks or New J'ort at to our address on reeeipt i SPRING AXD SrJDIER (;oonc '
If hare Nervou H-M you d'tti i ''u; ad of Lich they by
niai'ivr.nt ,
the Jobu P.ivcr, Xcivfr 26.Seftiuas : i iv
V.'ood'a 1Iair1etora1.i.. l\\< g--.t-; ; J) jx-Jiij for quatitioa: v luO pounj-i, For '
te 1'rot 3Li<> Jl.i: ;, Iu 'u-r. f. of tov.'Lsl.ip '.' : nil if : without any jain. .J. ADIlA.\; !]. } a< / 'f i -jinrr i i" be cut, and at G ctd. per ijr..ial. Purchasers can have tickets. ending in any figure they awpjQH from Xtw Yoik :

/yon hare Dandruff, towniJ.ip 10, .nd tht fmo-'io-;: tu-vn-np! 11 1 Nurlh (i ;eua. March 'J, 1 S5.:*. ..'.- U: t i- '" t o> '"-; i ih.4liu m.iy designate. -0
lc Frc$. TS'ood'e Hair l: M<>rative.If I TLe Li t of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be LADIES DRESS GOODS
.. ;iud Ijti'l vf Dutiii!? C. i d!. aii>i !*.}. c,f A. j> 27.iHven !-!<-is jvill be farnirhed as heretofore at 2 ] -
ha' e ErupU uF, after the draw
yoa under hatj'i r.t the! Gtucral Lan-1 Uf- I MEDICAL lIP1llE E. < i tired! and! I tent t" purchasers immediately inf. JI.IT& CAPS
lay i cent- ]> r pouiiil ;; :.ny quantities transpi r 'fr ,
Use Prof. YTood'a Htlr Purchasers ill write their
flee, sit the City Washington, this 4ih uavofJSIay i Sain'I. Can right M. I)., ) >rtuLif'n ; \iil t > Talas.-ee! R. II. Depot. But e-r & w plca e signature- _4 BOOTS A5D
If y.u 165S.TIJO3.. 1 L.J3. Crav.cor: M. 1)., V New Orleans. Urs \ir.ii t-iiLk"U! or bri.s must be forwarded to \ "
t'e I'ruf. V< uoil's Hair 1etor'e. A. UENDRICKS, Com.ilav I C. Heard Al I I)., "JT ) ', St. Marks [<.<. Iiou-o. i tS: ? Kim.'mber that every Prize is drawn andpayable IIAKDVARE AND CROCKSKY :
If you <3o(>:ro to jiret-ervc the C ler.TJse in full without deduction.
*, 29, 1E.-S.; 22-G'.v C. Inge. M I).. J JE. HARD TIM MSith, warm weather, ra.ikc .< .-/ ; SUMMER CLOTHING J
Prof.Vo>jd Hair litatorativc.I 1\atehez. ZzF All prizes of -lOuO and under, pai.l ixmeJi.itely -
U. Hl.L-kbur,:, M. D.. j j i ieiint (.;< 7/x agaiusl th<> ere'a rttui.. I that I Itern. I *
/ mr
I Plantation Goods! I
yon The Ice ice Win 1'. Balfuur, M. D., > .- v. ill he- c1i.: cr Wet klv ]inwiiu-uU fiom regu- i I ni'.I sell tie
Use Prof. "Wood's Hair Kcsiorutire.If icktl'ui'g'. time of thirty days. on n-cst reasonable terras
L: :M.Lam., M. D., J JC Lireuit"!.,. nNOYES t LA"DD, Pr-priet.
you want a Cheap Article, "ANY: QUANTITY TOE SALE BYIIELY AJJ comriiKtiic:itjons strictly confidentiaL ( : T Gice us CA LL.
5 Fwan JI. D i St. M.rks, M.iy2, 1858. 21 [S e: t copy i j G "
Use Prof. Wnd's Hair Keitoratire.If AdJrei" OnlTs ,Tk-keta or Certificates to
IJEitliY. j'p.'AValaceM.! !>., t HODGKJ3S. SCOT? k POOIJ:
you admire the Beautiful Lock, ILc.rnts.. S. SWAN A: Ct)., Augusta, Gc. April 15, 1858. 10-tf
] P. Thomas D. D.,
t.e Prof. Wood' .Hair Ecstorati e.Jf May | Maryland State Lotteries -_
Peisons Alx
J. Votnis: :Jl. D.. j.lam ::ji residing near Montgomery or -.---
jou dmire the Beautiful EiocleU, 29Sheriff's of tla- IIosjiital -0II. ---- Atlanta, CJa, can Live their orders tilled, and save
M. D.
Athon Supcrictcndrnt i ij
*s -
Use: Prof. Wood Hair Lestorative.If Sale, for tL! <- Insa.ic, Indiarajioli! !!. IIM]., (J. 1I.Turbct, FRANCE & Co., JLmagersF time, by atldresiug y. Swan A Co., at either of these if'I CITY HOTEL.
Beautiful Ie\ion
yon wish a Conii< j ;
FIRS' MU.WJAY J.\ JULY, 1R7>S.BY M. D. II. T. Baincs M. 1)., his zt.itants cities. __
Use Prof. Wood' Hair nestorative.If / the
\ Maryland State Lotteries, present the fyl- j I
1". (J. Fore M.I I) Cincinnati. zr Tlclcls for sale by E. M. WEST, A! JOHN
you n iti a Face Jrtu- from Pimples, virtue of th? Lien Law, wherein Jesse C v/ lowing SplenJiJ! S-.lienes I DEMHLY,

Use Fro Wood'i Hair Eestoralive.IT Hall il C '., is a party, an-1 IlfM-y Evt-ntt .1'" I. itish M. I) TS. tCXL1Lflfl1. 1'j. i f(11te11iZcStC. J-7c. 1 1rT TT70ULD respectfully inform the public tha? lie

yon wish to appear Young, Col.n, Juir.cs T. Selby, T. Uarrh.y, L F. C. I );dIiy, ?.i. Ii,, { 1'.5. For JUNE, 1853. A lt of the numbers that are drawn from !I > >' has leased the CITY HOTEL (known as the '

Use Prof. Wood's Hair Eostorath ltobitoH, Tli3maIloliiday an'd Mahiil.i; V.'il ji-r are I I 15. llurli.ut, M D..' ) i-. 1'I tCX5. _- the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each .Crown Hotel,) and will take charge on the first cf -

If you LI11 tentiiaonj overwhelming, indebted In Fiiil firm for repairs and labor done up .n .1 jInCS Aiigi-11, .M. D., J' T ,ey caution purchasers of Tickcta to Ixiware of Ore is entitled to, will be published after every ilrawirsg May next His untiring sxcrtioss will be used togiv,

Ecad the Circular of ProC Woods Hair Eeiorative. Watches, I will expose fur rile! before the C.urthousc And uianyotluiri too num-rous to ;mc-nthn. ordeiii, Tickets in Lotteries where extraordinary in the fojlowing papers: Augusta (Ceo ) Constitutinnaliist. -" !I full 8ati f.t'tioa! to all who will! patronize bun.

It you want to find it, dour in Tallahassee, rn the fir,t M'nsdav in July Dr. D'Altoa'.i iA.-niorf list of tt-s-timonialN, $ large Capitals are offered for a small cost of Tickets New 4trleans Delta, Mobile Register, i April i4. 1853. 17

The I>epot u at 114 Market bU, 5t Louis, Mii ouri.J3T" next, ithin legal houis, t-'n,' 6V/-r Wahi *,
It U also sold by eery popular iJruijjist iu the city I bold to auti-fy eaM: liun up; >.i tLci.t n-e'r ..iz' t' law.1l'1rAl I F4)11t1t S of th- ;prienta r<( from si! partsoi the c'vilipj The Man Uiui Lotteries have been in eriatcnce for ] telligon< New York Weekly Day Look, Savannah

and country. ;: ) -.U u-orM, uho !ia\ <- at ibllrrent periods vi5-iit 3 Ln.l.mJ Forty Ye.irr. They are c'rr..vu by a State officer, ] Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch Nathans' House

February C, l55.. 6lyl Sheriff Lei touty.: t <. Juiii.g his ;ijipolamci.t; lo the LVuithJf'jJ I atid can be. le'ic'I ('T. If j"u draw a Pme, yon i.ltet and Paulding (Miss ) Clarion. ,

May 3, J&S3 22-6w_ 1 Household but n.s they are tine far out of reach), dfen- 4 < your mone-. The whose] country is llolcdJl'j wib Nov. 14 1857. 4S-ly QUINCY, .JWFLORIDA.
(w.ry. he J.as >>clc-rtid the nliiv<- from a vi ry <-xentivc iis Lottery conk erlis. l! ;wnre of them. -

Jip l llfID5. I Lost or Mislaid, American lht, a being more satisfactor/ than &T Order in th* Maryland Stat* LvUerii;?. Tilt undersigned Las agaia opened a HOUSE o.*

iV'chanl: Snun-k-is mafic any from a reijii country.C2TD. B. A. FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE J- Entertainment
4 NOTKfivrnto: bj- Maryland State Lottery. in the building formerly knovrn
>1''l' M.irch. I 1rAI.-r().; does not contCTnplato \ it-iiing any the Carolina "
_TT.. L. Shch-c *'>:;.!- ti. > amount as IIwte, and would be pk-ased to
PORT OF ST. MARKS. :271.01 ccnt ina ]< pr.ya? '< J.1 aftir, with 8 ptr other to\Mi ill FhniJa, prJay .siota fly. XAGMFitcsT srunzr ; see his friends at any hour. L ATHANS.

; cent. inter t-t frm dat.'. All ; ei'1 ar frwarne1a' 2'>, l&OS. --w !' CLASS K, April 3. 1853. 14

t A1JlEIi, .iXjst trt'iitr; for the (-amp ;kp'M'!! '' ill l lI be To be ilniw n in Callmore! City, June ISlh, Ijo1 -.. A SATS AKO BUZZ KIHKDT ioaI

May 1'. Brig Whfral Bailey, New York, Ice.M I etiqeJ. hIUIIARI; Sit Dr. J. E Leavltt, 13 Irawn 1aiI.tj; out of;: ._ :: I wcEtM To the Traveling Public. :

f CLEALEL), May "9. J3. 2'2-lv. I True of.lO.O > 1 Prize of. ,
> iS. Scbr. A..1. View. Konn, master for X.Vi'rJt ()r1.tak' J etrrnts iii' rinnr. ic>\f.i..nvjfi -id 'IHB 1UBLIC.I : Triofiii ... .. ... 1tt,7 1 0 Prizes c.f. . tju I IX CHILDREN ASP ADULTS INCLCDINQ,

41 b13.! epirits fcrjH-uune iC bbls roein, and Iu cords Notice.SIX I U-TlCi: i'i N..SIi'S NKW IiriLDING) ; near the 1 .. . . :,uo&i j TAPE "W O R M S
wood. ; PustOfT.ec.' : I .. . . : ,4s II) 2-4 .

IN POET, ir.oi.ths after the fii-f pu' ieati-n of tJ.ia no- i Icy 22, l5i:>. 21] l I '' .. .. . . K.PIK) CS ''' .. 100C5 I RETAIL PRIcE, 25 CTS.I .

Brig Gcnsrul J5a.UeyKoye -.
of Henry JJ. ludf!: nl, (!-ceac'l, will present his i'.r.'ul I cooo( .' 40 ; B. A. FAIIXE3TOCK i Co., 1 Pittsburgh, pa.,
and th of J'r--bito of Len I 1 . .. ao( ) 41) : 2k) I AHI> f Phll -.
uceoum apply to ? Ju-jt : Isabella fjjjf House i delphia. Pa. .4..pIt -
NOW PUBLISHED, L 1 . .. .. . 27il-iO 10 i B. A. PA1INESTOC hULL 4 Co.New-TorkClty, .
ctiuutv lor a difw-harg! fioni h5 alTnInitration of.stiJ I r>,oou j TRI-WEEIaY LINE of STAGES'm ih1 run

A1) YOU BALK BY TILE Estate. RICHARD IJRADFORD, Admfr.M A L C A N Y Jl lJi G E O EG i A. CiOSO Trizeo ... .. .. .amountti.g to.. .. ..... ... "S.IT"TicVtcs WHOLESALE DRU6GISTS,51 CLIFF ST. I3. connection with the S., A. i O. R.ing I leav-

GENERAL AGENT OF THE WOKK, y 29, 1&5S. 22-Cm fin, Jlalvi-s | Quurt.-r J2.50, Eolith f 1.23.Ctrti3cntc Buy of reipecUble dealers only t Station No. 7, Monday. Wednesdays, and Fri

C. DREW Bookseller '"F'llf! above JflTE14 in Albai-v, the j-'eol term- ol 1'ni-knge of ii') Wholes ... ...... ....$1 J9.T.Olf Examine the initials of the name to be sore yon get theGenijii days, on arrival of the Cars from Savannah ; connecting
Notice >. ltt. 26 ... ... .
> Huht-s ... .. 74.75 ut Waresboro with the Stags from Brunswick
J inns of the 'ecrit nu-I FloriJi: lloHiont!, is JACKSONVILLE, FLA., "V OTJCC i is hereby given, that BIX mouths after now n for the n--H-j.tion <.f the do. ti>. 20 LyuUis ... .. .. .. u.cs passing through Magnolia, Jlilltown and Tronpville,
JJV 1 dale, application( will he made by the fuboiibcrs oj.r -_. MES and arrives i in Thon.asville on Tuesday. Thursday
S THE HISTORY & ANTIQUITIESOF to the Hon. Juflg of Pro1>nt .f Leon county. TRAVELING PUULIC. HAVANA TLAN. and Saturday evenings. Leaves Thomaaville, Mon

f tr B final discharge as administrator and admini- Sole Agents for Tallahassee. days. Wednesdays and Friday, passing,through the
The House zirid l FuriJturc Lit c ( t. Tha Fr.-j.iie- _April in IRfig 15-1Y_
tiatrix of the Estate of John Tutum, deceased. above named places on relurn route and
FLA. Founded A. D. 15C5. JOhN IL LLOYD Admfr. tor i it determined to make it a All the nurnbcrs put iu the wheel, and every Prize ,,Ul. MT I*..._._-_.__1__.,. rr.-_..f_,_lt__.1__,____ 1_ .connecting.J C
ST.: AUGUSTINE, in another. OSELECT SCHOOL. ) nah, Albany & Gulf Rwlroad Vare'bOO
PHOEBE IL LLOYD Adrnt'x.May9 FIRST CLASS HOTEL, put by Uee,; at
18.18.; 22-Cm //. tJiix J'laii, tcliicfi w the old-fashioned inodt of UNDERSIGNED leave inform on Tuesdays, Thnrdaya and Saturdays- arrives
work comprises some of the most romantic and hopes by strict attention to }) THIS Drairiiiy, 2'rize in drawn out. JL citizens uf Tallahassee and thaC be same evening.
the early Jlistcrti of of the Pu ..ue.L. every vicinity, proposes
'- interesting portions Notice (juei-ts, to merit patronage Through fore, from, Thomasville to Savannah. *Hr
Florida ; the French Huguenot settlements on thfcRrv ( : II. DURHAM, Tropnctor. Maryland State Lottery. to open a Select choo1 for the C0Pr : ri

consideratle -
.r SL Johns ; the Massacre of the Huguenots by mo'.ths after the first publication of this nn- Albany, Ga.. May 22, 1858. 21-ly EXTAR CLASS 7, instruction cf youth. Having had expsrience xv. Mzlt&LLL. Agent.Troupville AUILL. P
the under Menender the Sieges! of St. Augustine SIX the uudeibigncd, aduiiuistrator of the E-i- iu teaching m this city, I hope, by untiring real
Spaniards 8
May 185S.
To Ic drawn iu Baltimore, MJ., Saturday, June 2CIU, 1S53.20.GCO and unrcmittcJ to merit share 103mPorSale
by the English under Moore and Oglethorpe, tateof John Burgdojff, deceased, late of Leon county family Groceries energy, a of'rublic
Prizes Tickets *
40,000 The greatest care wilt be taken wifli: 'V1
tc.. by GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Vice President will present bis iina.1 -iccour.t to the Judge of Pro- !
and ask J" be dihcharged. McNAUGIiT OKMOXD i CO. BPLEXDID BCHEME.KCS. those committed to my charge, both in regard to .
Flo-ida Historical Society. bite of Leon county and morals. T OVT for cash, a negro woman, aliont }
The wrk forms handsome Octavo Volume JOHN I). UEICHEJIT, Adrat'r. r.o ItPtTTION O : rcizcs rAVAnij is FCLL. progress fyrty-fire
of 200 illustrated a with several Engravings, 29 1S58. : receiving from vcsse-la in port, a small ami ] rr/C"of.! .... ....$35.000 4 Approstmat'u to.. $ >0 As complete and thorough "nn education will be Jyears old, and a gW cook, washer and ironer.
pages, May Alin supply of GROCERIES, including 1 .. ... .. 12.WH) 4 .... 200 given as can be obtained at any other Institution in II. LT.BLAKE.

including a newly discovered Portrait of Meneudez. Coffee, Sugar, Lard, tc., Pale Brandy aid Whcs.Alfeo 1 *. .... .. 4OOi) the State, and as soon as the patronage will warrant May 18. 1858. 2Mf(
Subscription price payable OH delivery f 1.25 ; Gold Pens. 1 .. .. 4,000)) 8 .... 200 able
and assistants will be
Oils 1'aiuta A-c. competent procured. In
by mail, postpaid, $1.50 per copy. Persons sending supply just; received and for sale by ALSO i 1 "4' .. 2,000 2,0001 8 .... 150 connection with the SCUOOL, a class for Pure Zinc White
by mail can send a (3 bill must conveniently, the AFRESH MYERS i GORMAN. 1 u 1,000 GROUND ,
stock Ladies; Gintlemen's ''"'' 8 .... 100 BOOKKEEPINGwill ( prepared LINSEED OIL
price of two copies, postpaid. 22 1658. 21 A large{ < and complete 1,20) )

May *9. 1868. 22 May and Children's Shoes. Boots and Bootees. Also a Re- t '", jy0 S .... SO be commenced, and those poplin desirous of embracing T\TE have just received a frseh mpplj of thu new

NOTICE.TO let stock of Dry Goods, comprising in part, Lady'sDress 1 1 1.2CO 1,000) a commercial life, will be fully qualified t* T T and beautiful White, direH from tbe manu-

S10 Reward. Goods, Prints, Linens, plain anl drilled, 1 4' 1,000.1' 8 4. .... 60 enter upon the duties of the Counting Room. factory, and offer it to the puolW with iioat perfect

ALL WHOM it may CONCERN: Bleached and Brown Dsmestics Osnaburgs, Yarns, 10 .... .... .. 400 40 -..- 40 Classic and Higher Branches of English, per confidence. as possessing all the qualities which ren

\CjTOLEN O from the subscriber on Friday TV OTICE is hereby given that application will be tc, Ac. ALXO 10 "" .. ...... .. .. .... .... 800 200 400 40 "" ..... .. $-0 f> Term of Five Months. . .. .. ... .525 00 der -a paint moist detiraUt, via! : Its iceonoparahle

night, 21st inst, a small bay HORSE _L\ made to the ensuing General Assembly of the of hats Clothing 100) Primary Department .. .. .. . 15 00 brilliancy of Morfreedom from allpovonow
email but good assortment Caps, Trize mial
A determined the
Wared"face, with four white feet, the left_ _ 20,000 rrlre$ off 3, by Capital The exercises of the SCHOOL
Florida to the of Jtt Florida odd will commence on itic*- never imring lAs health, of the workmen
the above reward fur State of change name Shirts, Collars, Neck Ties, Ac, Ac. ; together or evcu. or
fchoulder galled. J will give Acmitmry to AuJrcte Collff/e, and also a change with a general assortment of all other article usually Whole Tickets $tO, Hiilves *5, Quarters $2.00 MONDAY, January 4tb, 1S58. inmates of newly painted apartments-ita.4urebijjty

his delivery at-.Mr.Saunders table. ef i'.s charter to conform in all respect to that of a A Managers' Certificates of 1'ackogei 16 Wholes, where Any information required can bo obtained by application m the most exposed and Ha great
ELIJAH BUECK1NRIDGE.Tallahassee. wanted w&h will be sent for............$96 ropen-
to pay only to the subscriber at his residence at thetore Wlit
iu behalf the Board of Trus persona or only Lead ia all the various
COLLIDE. Signed to which
29 1858. 22-tf SUCH AS AC. do. 18 Halves, do.......... .. 4aaa uses
May tees. JOHN C. LEY, President. r- do. Quarters, do.... ..... .. 21 ot Col. R. H. Bramr. the latter has heretofore been applied.. For sal. by

Mny'22. 16S8. 21 Jron, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Plows, Straw Cutters, do. do. 10" ighth do.... .. .. 13 D.B. CLAYTON. AMES & LIVELY.

Stolen or Strayed. : Corn Shellers, Shelf Hardware, Crockery, and Dec. 5,18571 40 April 8,18SS." 14
Notice.S Furniture. Also-Flour, Pork, Bacon, Sugar The Managers have been compelled from the numerous -

FROM Tallahasse ou the evening ___ notice MoUssei. Lard, Corn, Salt, and complaints made to them, of unfaithfulness Notice.ALL
__ from the first this ,
; ; -3rd of May, t black Mare, IX Months publication hand and on the part of those who have been attending to the Notice.SIX .
Liquors, always on replenished
.with A blemish on the left eye, DO the undersigned will exhibit Vi's final account each arrival from filling of orders, to resume the correspondence business persons having claims and demands or debts weeks after the pablication this notice, UM
of the !% of John by
further marks recollected. A liberal 1_ ,._-. -_ and Vouchers as administrator latc: New Orleans, to meet and in their own name. the Estate of John Braden, deceased, will make application" io> ''the Hon.

rew/vd sill be given for her delivery in Tallahassee, \V. Argyle, docoafed. hate of Leon co-juty, to the the wants of theirCUSTOMERS rsr Order Tickets from the Managers only. late Jefferson county, will present tho same with Judge of Probate, f Lafayette eotmty, for Utters oC

or f'T any information that may lead to her recovery. Honorable Judge cf Probate cf caid caucfy, and ask Address all letters to R. FRANCE & C..., in the time limited by the law, or the tame will be administration on the Eetatcf O. W-Ybitiy. deceased

Ayy Lu RICHARD SAUNDERS, to be discharged. Baltimore, Md. forever barred. c. BRADEN, ExtV. Ute of laid county.V'iLQ' *
Ii. C. LEWIS AduilY.in AXl FOC SALE AT FAIR rulCtS 15 jaUJOf
$ SheiifT J&in count v. April 24,1858. 17 March fi, 1858. 10-ly April 20-8w Iiy. 189. ti-8w A ***
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The Floridian & Journal ,r Change of Schedule P. B BrfOKAW'S. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. I Ii WILLIAM! P. SLUSSER, !i A om TALLAHAS8KB e t ,LfVeJ.PLOXID1.:

It ptlbUI.W If" SATOEDAT, by I I I LIVERY AH3 SALE STABLES, rr 'HE ander i rnea begs leave to inform the crtiJL ; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ;f .fJfJ Wholtiale and Retail
that he bas
i lens Tallahassee and vincjnity. .
I I opened a carriage shop in this place joining AND MEDICUTlS.
I 9HE Proprietor would in- IRON WARE, WHOLESALE ASD II
At Two Doa per annum, i in advance. 1 I i On the Tallahassee and Pensacola & Geo. .' JL form his friends and the Brokaw's Limy Stables, PLIN FASCV Milk JAFANXEP Perfumery Dywtuff% Sorp ml Internments

TIAIL-KOAD. public, that be has rebuilt his, _ I i in (tbe building formerly occupied by J. L Groncr. I DEALER ix Sr ice*. 801ltr.Virwlowl OJ. P...

TQMM OF ADVERTISING.OsssqDteOf121iflorIeSSfifltieTb0U.. large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now I I where he is prepared to do all Kinds of work in his i \V A HE.Slo".c Oils, Vanishes Putty Mannfaetured ToUeT'

$1 00 I j I and after Monday 22nd day of February prepared to accommodate Lie friends and customers i l line, at the shortest notice and on the most : Ilca l-Qnnrtrr? .t and Glass Ware Patept Medjein*, '

each subsequent 60 :i I ON. tho freight and passenger Train on these Roads He also bas attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith REASONABLE TERMS, SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor Fine Soaps Fine Tooth Pun Wine aDd"BnDdid
rrofeMionalaod Bosi.esi Cards inserted $10 I' will where he will have have done all kinds A with ; and Hair Brr.. ,. for
per be run daily as follows, (Sundays excepted: Shop. of I. : and Wood Stoves, trimmed neatness Medi nsJp1lrpo&)

aDDm. I Bttvvtn TallaJiatHt and St. 21 marked with the number of and with buggies aud and all kinds of repairing. Having Garden Seeds '
AdrerfHmtut. n t : the very best manner promptness and dis wasrcu .or'',. Fine Haranm Se .
Leave Tallahassee .. . 11 A. M. t Out Door r,
and 0 i first rateCarriage have
forbid procured a
;ioMrtwns will be continued until charged patch. They recently received
tbe 1Mb and 29th of ench month when the ; a Lange .?,/ >,
I except I Roofing Ornamental Front tteiiiig. Copper of ?,
awordingly. : November 5.1858. 44 Painter and Trimmer 1 w.p/y n-ry variety of articles
__._ __ !
estate Trains will leave at 9. unless thofe days shall fall and Tin Conducting .PI pt 1', Sheet Lead Sheet usually kept LJ
Certificates or publication of Ift al or ; druKfir.st.- Plunfers and
notices| will not be given until the advertising fee is I I upon Monday, Wednesday or Friday. as per Schedule I Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, from New York, the undersigned is prepared to do I Zinc, Lead: Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop wort : at this cMablibhment full Physicians will .Iwavs SDd

for P. & G. R. R, in which case the hour of depart For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. this kind of work as well and in the latest style, as it i': of every variety done athort notice. ded. and on the most libmlt.roj| o(evervthin* Dte
_____ I ore will be as usual at I 1.) I can be done at the North. '
I ArriuatSl. Maiks.12.15 P. 11. THE Subscriber has just received a All those who hare this kind of work to do, and City ami Country ITIcrcliani Orders from the Country pronptafillH! and tVM|

: CKSMITHING Leave St. 3.30 P. M. large supply of Carriages, I wish it done iu a manner that will not fail to give Are respectfully invited togive me a call bcfoie pur tion tPhTMCian's KuaraDteed, with rep. J both prices; ADd quail

Arrive at Tallahassee. 4.45 P. M. Buggies, and Harness Lkh he otTers i satisfaction, wet 14 do 't'ellto call on : clscwlitre. : prescription anfull,conponnHH.
0 And when to connect with |I for sale on the most reasonable terms. \VM. KUIINS ing J.\1"). Errme'aeompound I'lnid Extrmrtof
on Sundays necesiwry rD- N. B. .\H articles manufacturd from the very .Jan 18 16. Buehl
is hereby given that the line of Mail Steamers plying between New OrI I, November 18, 1854. 46.. May 2, '57__ 18 best matE.'cinlalJlI warrnnted durable. JS:> othetaitilewill o,
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KNOTIOE I "1nTHI"G Br i-j leans Key West and Havana, which arrive at, nnd !i MILES NASH & CO. .n be offered for uls. Cod Liver Oil.

continued as hereto- I depart from St. Marks on the 15th and 29th of each [ Piano Fortes. ( -12
i October 'JO 1S53. & PURE of
of D. C. WILSON, in the Dealers in Drugs Medicines &.c. ''! I j-rRr.su. the celebrated .. ." IT
fort at the OLD STAXD month. ; {Sfj ?j\\7fi arc prepared to furnish Piano !I Clark A Co, A RuslU-us.

"amf. ttylt and firm (,f : OuPensacola 4 Georgia Rail Road a Tri-weekly ,. T U3T received from New York per barkR.1 1. Gnm9J -'l firT t* Fortes, of the very best quality, >. Wines, STOPS, &c.OLD For sate by AMES &

H. B. Fitts & Co. train will be run va Mondays, Wednesdays and Satnr- blc, a general assortment of aiticle in our lino, i' upon the must liberal term!. Otard! Brandy bparkl-i.gCid! r, April, HS:3 14 LITELr

days : !!, such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Flui-i, They. are second to none in any country either as --- ---- L ---
Port Old IVtt Juu-e.
lej ar. now better prepared and determined to Arrive at Station No. X (Walker's Mill,). 8.50A.M. ,, best qualily Puttv. Brushe". Potash. Soda! Sparkling Every'I'l llruD1Cnt will be wn .n ed. Brandy SarditM .

SPARE XO PAWS Leave Station No. 3. 9 A. M. Gelatiu ,London Mustard.! I'l(rch Brandy (very i Iwl':.) MILES NASH A CO. blurry, :?. Mnr.tEa fnra the first publication of this m>.
: Odatiac Preeerveil Quirxt
S > ?, .
PaTh : the nitlcrs-i! ned
Arrive at Tallahassee . . . 10.40 A. JL for medicinal: purposes. Spices, Pepper. Lemon 'rllp. 1ebruory2Ll8.: 8 g 'f' : a dtair.islrator! (.r the j.
.0 their part to ccowmod8t all who may > I IRks Quininl' Peruvian Bark Fluid Extinct Burhn. --_. ---------.----- llavc.rine Kxtraet, Peat, tate of Robert >1 turf j, I eia e-I I late of Ltoo
tnttn with their A HACK leaves St. Marks on ,->rrivalof the Train : Yer.st Powdtrs, Tamarjafli, \v ill his liual! eounty -
patronage, ,-c., te., and a general n-jsortment of Popular; Patent : 78,000 Havana presen.t account and voucLert. tv&
sucn AS for Newport and returns iu time to connect with the |' Medicines. We keep none but the very tx&l and !( Segars, Spanish Olives, Rf ices adititiijtrattT! an
up Train to Tallahassee. F the favorite iu Store Corn Starch, Pickles. DANIEL D.:
j I hope to merit your patrl nag'. : following brands now STUROE3 Adm\'r.
Horse. Shoeing, Ironing and ; Fare from Tallahassee to St. Ma!ks.?1,00 MILES NASH, d CO. o( :ml 1 for sale by A ill CS & LIVE L V. Worce"lplsllire tau"t', Salad Oil, Jnn. 9.. l8. _-rom.

pairing Carriages and Buggies Re-n I.. 4' to Station No. ], Pen. & 1: March 2\! 18:16 IS I'll 10 Young America, English ilnatard: (Cjper, -- -- ----- -.-

O Plantation work of I G e<. Po. R. M | St.00 Ho Nap'uT. Claret! C?*'':iA1IES. Insolvent Estate Notice. ,

Fare from Tallahassee to Station 'o.2Pcn.d t !i W'KuLtA'mO'VORKS ,;/yon El llund.ic Neva LonJree, i. LI\] I4Y' A LL ,
having cliiins
description persons1.V. : asraiist th-
every % Get n. 8 1 K>uO : January 5, 181Livervand(. ta:.
i Empri"-s Eugcu'w, .
Wagons M Wiliuu ?. late of Le, c-juiitv"
t liU Irons and repairing same, Ironing 1aw : F n. ------- -- -------- ------ r3 cli'CCDH.I.
Fare from Tallahassee to Station No. S, (Wai- i j P2rt r.nOO( La Isleta, .
are ilied
htrrby :
n<' to and fife'tb
I and Carts, ker'i Mill 1,00 lOfii OJ! I Figaro, Sale Stable. appear .
) Ucdfr J full Blast! same \;i'J. (tlit* J n.1!a c-f Probate nf Leon
and In raft every other discription of work made r>f This Eslablhlmicnl 2'00) ItlJilllrl*. or Ufoic the fif|!,:) of Julv. 1S53. f-r county 01
Iron and Steel all of which we WA&RIKT, and pledj F-e;!A.io (hnryc'toi P l/rJla k Ui'jQiin Rattond"I t -. ..- 1 lIII aj l Ft\.t\t.riLa.: 'HJ s 1"UE inidrreiyned, gives no- 1r. rats' tb* executor (If aiJ payoieut pre
; tile sborttst notice. M/.Poi.d l Mr. ifr: '-:.:.o Atilr5di, ?. that lie }has e.-tate Laving filed a wiittt.l6m .
onrstlves to exe ute at S-5S.! t-j lr; jid't'l or* /iifi'.V of ywJ*. I the death OOO HtHs, purchined (' .e'gcst1 : uuit[ l ren" .
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SINCE t f !
4 B. FITTS i CO. ; i-. t. :.'. tbe Livery Stable (it
H. J'ROM *T. .14.1:1TO STATWX\l\ 13 <-!!lI'C'< ; a1.::: ( > .nnn..iat (1I.1)j)( Li pnMica,
\ ,2, : .j'.hl:1' ; W IlIi'\ln 11. NeTVw rn.inTalbihag'; U'crethTT.jtU the. p D. W. CWVYN',
b.27,1863.. 9--ly '. Cotton p-r b;.!Ic. .. .. . . .175 $71,1!..'JJ; i:. relative'\ tll .n._ !>;: '';l'....i1. ..'?..'lli;.h..o'n ..;',.-..r""'I.; ..;.,!,'.. I.flf P 1-\.'.Hi'o12fOll -J"orr" :. ;;I guid wilt of the eetabiUIinrxnt> and'pe that l.e is now Judge of TiotaU.
r "f'oj' C..mnnd nthr grain ia "WK'H l'crt.\-LdIO!; I 10 | Iu i .j will be |I.n.mlltIi': tciti.: :Iu ;UIII; nc.HMyxet.u.... 1 1i xf 0 1 It'CNdl.O.r.I"i.U57. ptp.4rc4 (ti) t"trfc.n the b'.t.inuts in all its l ram-hf', Jut- -.2, AI5a.

;, Salt per enck..1') 4011);, i fit as i ;I/urtn'f'i ; I.II\I'g"l: j p:1\'* ttlul! r, tc., "::1' 42 and proiiiUf the r.i'b'ic with good aec'JI1IJI.JJt\: -- ---.- .

Hay in B.iles per ll'U ib-i. . . .((25 ?5 25 i r ju-tifv. --- I ID his Hue on i-acn-bb!a terns. Notice,

Lime Ct-rnt.ii*, Siate. )Flayer J nnd Guano Tl'H I'. 1 talili-l'Sier.t, J t
.j. : [ is not k-jit i-p! f--i tli- purpo DENTISTRY.Ii. 1.ICHARDSAUNDEI13.Sep. .MfntJis after the fir.f piblication

i. in packages pej IOU lb. . '25 lr 25, of n.akin. moisev, s.r.itm.Mon. .) a tl-ill' 1'011.11. G, Ib.'jG: 36 SIX-', the fcndt-rei-'ntd will of tlis DO-

j Bar lion per 100 Its . . . 25 t3! 23 i ?xp,- ;'r. ; It'11IIllil'lr ited to iiuil c.iii.t 1 be 111r.e l ) T. f. CUR JLEE, ... .- I count and vouchers n,* administrator prenent tis fual ft .

: All .-tht'r! \oJsp\'rHO, lii'.j, ,,30., :'j l i'i this re-Kim! nt; lhn: luanch' of bu>im..<-but for the ":7 ILL I continue, iti futurethe --':!% FULTON FOUNDRY t of Eliza J. Jenkins, dcceawl. late of Lon jt. Ettate

l'nm7AU.A/rAfi.iEtoKTATIOy\lt\ '2, |:3 :, j biiufift'f tho iinf.irtunatcaLo }h:' 'P.u to have En. ice oi I)i-N: TIST1 V. in T'ntUiil and uk ilT a discharge. W. B. M ILLS. Adalt.r.toootr'

Cotton per bale . . ;. . .: : ,10i piiu" :*2tl u .h) like. t'll'l'r.ar.[ ; <;euriti, 3i>-l Middle' .iiid E.i-t FHe t.t TL1ab.a sce, I'1i.rpjjj I J.m.23, 185S. .l-6ni
.j:1 _. __ ________.
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,i Tobacco in B'.ixes per I 100 H>s. i-j} .1 12" 12j, t 17", P'IIH.. :--z-. jf.7r7i,rig. r.ft'r. I, lIr.: h-.* had i-v,rt .i \.rt practical *-xptrience in the I : UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform tl.c -- ___

Corn and other grain in eaoks per 1usl.eI.1 I 5"., 5 | o : [(1i7f< i'l tlr.l. .', ami I;,,,, f'.Ji/r.l/_ ;.rnfe-"-::!!i, tinl..st tiiieu (>f which luis been in those _I public: thai they have associated themselves iiibuains Notice.SIX .

Salt per "sack. ,05. 05 :n3 ;. .h.I,. v-I., /.(/ ;r,1./"..! O-'t 'I'it'l' ? lions 't'country. Ills work is of the mist btaati- : under the name and stile of : months after elate, I haU
Hay :ii Bales 1 100: lbs..1 fill aud durable: character and tatufjcliou i ciiarautie1 pre?tnt my final M
per ,l2f! I?; 12A 'lf.It'"d ]J"f" '" I.. ; and vouchers to the lion.
Li.-Kc Cardy Baya & (0. Judge of PmhaU
Cement, Slate. Plaster nnd Guano -: in every lII ta1<(. ,
in packages ]00 ; I BI.flil;. Pu1it1 1'J'lml.fB..xt'. !. ]Hnng-ill fur All coinmiinuMtiou'' sntto Mnnticello }lL. will for fhe of the trade of Found aud for Jefferson coui.ty. as n'lmii.istratrix I of the EslaU
Ames & Livelv per Ibs 12 I.12I; 12.: i "I lzif1it.g.: Spur Gt-aiinif, \\ atr'r and .Suarn: purpose following *rs of Benjamin Whdhani. Lite cf said
Ppi deetu.d
Ear Iron par 100 I Ib".. 1.2 l I 12-12l' rcix-irc fttteatiou:; as SCott as previous engagementsi ilachiwsti?, and! are prepared to execute all kinds of county ,
v E just received the St p C-ek? G.Mt e Cock' ?, Grate B.IH.: Plow C.itjt.rs and ask for a discharge: from said administration
fallowing. well: !
1.tignJ All othei '>d? will pcimit. work to this business Steam
K'O lb
H I Engines
g per 15 i appertaining
15:15 ;
selected assortmect BRUSHES, vhich} aie \ : Su.r 1 R-.HiTJ.! ll)1.lr and Uptight Saw Mill ;u.j -- JANE W1NDUAM AJmft.
fimished to order and warranted to give satisfaction.
irOWAIU) : Gii-t Mill (; : ( Feb.
offered for ale HOUSTOUX t'iing. I'pripht S Ac. 6. 18i3. 6-6m
on as reasonable terms as can be af- ws. .
folded in Southern Maiket viz Prcs. ; tto.. ,h,., Gen i jih kept ,I Hand! or got tip on Shoit u E v K R i: x c K s : Sugar ilills and! Castings of all kinds rrndetfitli -
any : *\ Superintendent.
neatness and Plans and furDis-'icd!
(.'iCC. Iti Faot.'Heift if the }i'ia'J ii; nil Gov.; M. S. Ptap.v FloiiJa. dispatch. estimates! Notice.SIX
Paint Brushes, ground from 0 to 000000, February 13,1858. 73ruB.CLAME I 1 >it I Ihi.t: Want .
Wok, in this Line Done of all kind of Machinery and Engineering.: They
I 1-o.J.L.SEw.tnn
Hhjhi aId rit'1 Ii )
do Jo
do -- up i"f''Jdl.
Copperbovind from No. 1 to 0, Thoma.vflc! il-nthsa.ler date, I shall tut
IIos'P. [ Ga. nre alw sole agents for Hoard t Suns Steam Engine: present ray
White! Wash Having some hall a dozen 1-n2-Des: tn ?elfc.ntatit- E. I.O\'E.
Brushes, of all I grades and sizes, NEW ) Cotton ( *and vouchers to the Honorable
"Window do Hoit-c do GOODS. ly nu.piijr: e:>upt\l) the Esta 'j"IIIII'nt t to be tn-"t<>dthe JuV.. rf. DlLWORTH, Ginning Grinding and Sawing, and liarniiuifs Pn>bateof Jefftr Jadgtof
3boutL[ ha. ou as administrator of
: Gust i Milk
steam horse .
Shoe do in pairs and with top knots. eame cause must keep it ip.: Tlunfure, *\ou can I r."v. \V. F;. J I\ HL111". J r ) or powcJOSEPH / the (o "*- of A'frd W. Rayis.r. J atA of..id ,
Ssa Root Bath Brcohcs, JOHN PIIATO1IIOUS.I t bhiavs rely un Im'.iug woik done at the I HON. .J. C. M< GIIEE, ) adwon Ha. : CARDY, Jt-cetist-d i.ud uk fur n diwhurge from said admi!"
da do Velvet do \YAKULLA 1ROX WOI2KS. I JIJI.. U. C. P.J'E. [f JOHN ililm'IHrJ.' ALFRED KAYSOR, AdnalV.

Horse Hair Flesh do curved and plain, TAILOR, 1 (;L. M. WHIT SMITH, Alligator, Fla.April '. CARDY. March, 18.-.3. 10-6m
So :
May -ly
Tooth Hair and Nail Brushes Dealer In Ready Made 25, 57. 17t1 ------- -- ---
i JT great Tirielj, nothing :mdGentlemen's But Here Comes the AOJmjmrtttit Thin". : __ ._. u ___ - --- '--

Horse Wire boua do]Fleth Stencil Gloves Brushe, : FurnishIng._. Goods. PAY PAY !!! PAY !!! '' J From New York, jI jJ'Ell CONPANY :- persons having lotice.ALL demands.against tin EitaU

do do markinj do j I am noie receiving my Fall and Winter Slip : You will send to New Yoik, Philadelphh tn I Haltimotc I 1cII(; IlBJILYTO.1 "." Samuel W. tf'phenlate Jefferson eoanty,

and) have: work doi.r, wiMiont f'r a :-tnenl OF HARTFORD. (ieee.sed. will take notice that they must
lion bouad Roof do i ply of Cloths. Cassimrrcs, Vistiugxc.., oj drwimin of credit bill \\-tc at I In : r-11lD: Sugar, Onion1', present
Handle Scr jb do ? iu-, vhere!' tt.(r. are ; ( +- them to (the undersigned, duly authenticated witam

Poonajj and Lackering do Every Color, Style and Quality no I Iink.s! <.r Brtiil.in: :* flriliticor surplusaj'! :il. .\ou s I'\\J'rf'l Loaf Java Rio Cuffce" Incorporate*! in l W3.-lliarli-r Perpetual.CASH !. the time prescribed by law or this notice will U
want 1. 2 4 aid.
3. 5 .
jtnrcu.lit. anl: thru roiuire plead in bar of their and all .
GailJers: tips and Graining Cornbs, i! which I male i to ride from 'it< ;." : Jlne: Hive Sviup, Starch, -0- recovery person ind.bteil
S am prepared to in the most, I one to (to) rnile! i""i p.lflnri ) : to said Estate notified
vp )
p)4)a.Hy are hereby to mats
CVimel'a Hair and Badgers Blenders, i ultimately from 10 Drit-d) Apples, Soap, CAI 1'.1'fS 1 ,OOUOOO.r I immediate -
to 2.1
favhionalle pinvntof' 1
do do Pencils, style short notice pnvment.
amount in collect'in h this T Is this j I :I:"', Pepper, r -
;; rilt; I tumur- JNSrr.K AGAINST[ J.O.--, AND PAVAGi: 15Y FIKE MARGARET AilEAR
Shaiug: Bruebes-Badger, Buffalo and Briell White Henn Adet.
AND REASONABLE TERMS ilgitig Ilonie Inll. '. tr ? If be ,
) to, oin: burjiiisfdthat \pril17. 1858.
H&t do ya 'I Pii'toii ON : I\II.\I'1'EIITo THK IIAZMJU, -w .'
llaikut Beef '
ALSO- it does! not t Iii i jcArrargcntei.ta <-? Alsj pico, -----
I Together with a large lot of I'ai-.il: and Painters il Ia. < i mu-t l J'e ::'!( for payment l-fo-e Saleratis, Sweet Oil, ANl> L'fI\lxTK.vr WITH THE LAWS Notice.SIX

icrials.Nov. > A LARCH AM WELL SKLtCTKO: STOCK 01- :" )', Sperm Candle- ('r t.i'Ml'EN-ATlnN. .
delivery of.rk. tluot'!h ome Ilor.&c 'ill this jitace! ,
14. 1657. 47 Pot Ash u. LEWIS months after data I shall!
READY-MADE CLOTHING t Maike, or Tall.tI..15" l'--thlt! is f.ii caorjjh !iou Adaman'ine Candle, c. .trf/I/f present my final
--- .- horn P. Jlrteearoui, Green Pea : For Tblla! asse and vicinity. I and vouchers to the Hyp.Judge of Pro-

United States Consitng of eveiy garment; suitable for winter wear,1 You bo .d. but 31eo. .A"parlu3, .zut:4 15. 1 bate t>f Jetrersn:. county, as administrator It d, bonis
Mail i
Line may ijo.- we Clnnnt; run aficr I .
mcli as Cloak Talaas, Coats, VeU, Pants &c. otr --- LOII" of the Estate of j'ol.n
Ac .
,.1 h.nr-l : : I'iekl3 'oited, Tonmtoe I ---- L Lotion, late of said
e.ii oiogs :11 t ha I D 1.QUININE
i *I'\I: lIt..t.: IJts-iili-s. :' }I"< n
lich will be IIf low
-F ROM di"iJOI at deeeaecd and ask for
priee Y.j-t ( county a discharge
Powder from aid
Labor i iere'it! -.j J o-t. partic- v b.ird to Iii ik,- dn-m- :irru-nt Jolly
1\1(. a !hir: :c lot of Plain: auu Shirts adnJiiiatratiun.
) :;ORLEANS Fancy: Collars GEU. W.
TO KEY JUtclit-s
'1 s'l believe it i is ,_ ,
< .-. P-S not half il ijc, IJlC.U5C thi-v uwe I. ,
1. 1.ntlersLizts..Crav l .Sifks Ho-iery, Ac, t.c. tST r'cc.i\"f'j SfO (O-xcE: tSiIph Quinine, Ailmt'r. de boois
:, A n for it. A LS O J oon.
.; floe .1 d'-fiirir.: ; ; a thorough oul-fit nill consult their t I'nrr nl'aaHt.toctb r with a great variety April 10. 1?59. -tn
Il\TTERJIEIJLt.'IB I'RORIDA PORTS, own itsterebts l.I'i,insr me a call a* all the above ar-: DANIEL LADD. A general as:r rtmont c f T -aj. of pure Cht-ruicsls: AMES &"LIVELY. -----

n.'X l..CTED WITH THE (; tides have been sclented with great fare avtl l viiJi a Nov.por ..11.1.11. 1S57. ''S ; -AL&O- August 9, 165T 32TheOriginalExtra NotieeiQIX
_ ,
_.. I
An cxteiisivv -- --- ----- ----
., STEAMER: ISABEL special iew to tLc-irad.iptr.tion to thi. ir.irket. : -- --- ( ('I tmeut of t-! 'Jfc' CAJJDY.r. months after date, I hall present my final

October 18, I860. ly-42 Mantillas Cloaks &c. sul.- I./ Jl H. LURRY. i QualityCORN LI MVU..UB* anti y'u"ht'r to the Hon.Judge of Pro
} FOR HAVA.VA \N! CHAaLi>Tux AT RLT \tEL ---- -- ---- -- ----- __Sc.t| SO, l'-OT. 3) bate f..r JefUrson.
-- .
l rT"- LlW3> lined: ] and uoin'A l, . -. STARCH. unty. as administrator with the
--- _.... J. Will annexed of the Etat
: doith Hoods, .Tax'Sal I of Jefferson B. Ellis, tate
THE SOUTHERN A. I Printc-d Plusrh do 1)iEP.liLD: expressly for Pudrlin l'. Ice Cream of said county deceased, and ask for a discharge from

I Bl'-que CltJ.ki' 1 :>: ji '. -i3i.e.' i fan iilinane-e(, of the City t.( 'I ;.iIa. : .1 C..:.... Iiaii.e Mange, Cu-t\t, Pi"-., P.-rrie', said administration. .

: Steamship Company IS now receiving his Fall and Winter.; Stock of E : 7.I'I\VP Wrappt31i.ire : -., i. La:-- "-, I I111 ?t-ll for c.isl 1 b<-foretho front "!.rrif Ac. R.wived fresh bv" AMES ,t LIVELY. JAMES S. WALKER
/f1f Otxxls, j-uitatle forMS : and Cloth Cloaks .. tin-C'"jit-h t "ise' of Leon ("un'I'll- Moinl.iy. the'ijfrUtllaT Oet. 1.1S57. .12 ; AdintY. with tie Will annexed

(F EW ORLE.\.XS ] r : ) $ i Rich Velvet! do : ., I IPS'5, for taxes :lu; saidity f.-r thf1 yeirsi -- --._- March 13. 1853. ll-6m
L:,oand 1 S. the following miu-h thereofT Florida'.Reports.ClOIPLETE ----
) I or MI ; .
; taken tie mail contract for above in of French and i Sable Black nnd Brown Sable Fur Setts, -
HAVING port consisting pait: English Cloths Caisimeres i. as wilbe. FufHcictit to pay taid! t.ixrs, to-wit : I.ItX. Notice.SIX .
twu fiit cla-s Sea Steamers Childreu's Fur Tippets and Cloak" in S volumes.
; reguljily i and Yi-ttings of all colois, and of the bestqual :i .). 'GB. Si ofc'iuiityi ; Iota Ni's. :20 and 21, old, mouths after date I shall final
twice month, rtiettinp in the Hole the which BUTLER t DENIIAM.OcL17 McDOL'GALL present my
a Spanish on he CHUBBY.S.
I ity, is piep-sred to manufacture to order Ar.iJ
on I i of X of X
22 2C
city \ J CoUnty i i voucher
I plan : ; ; an to the HUD oCPrt
. 15th and 29lb and l leaving the sauie evening. tLe inot rea-s iiiable terms and in the most 1857. 42 rt 5, 1S57. ZRBlacksmith Judge
i -- -------.--- W addition; Xo>.2 ninl 5 NV addition ; X.>. Iu4 X j .--.- -. bate JttTVrson county, as administratrix of tbe estate -
THE STEAJIER SPJtA Y" : FASHIONABLE MANNER, 1 W addition j ; No. 51 S i (fount .j ; Xo<. 210 ant.14! |: and of Fiancis Stewart, late of said county do
; willleava New: Poit in tbe morning and St. Marks Together with a general assortment of i 'GUNSMITH SHOP. ; X W addition ; No. I 11 I S A county 4 ; XII. 6J i-ld : A : ceased?, and a..k fur Ji-charge from said adminis'trati

' terminus on the arrival of the Cars (Tutu Tallahassee. I I Ii plan. C. W. HAY LEY, Maihal.! ta..i.-a.; II"i-e .o.f"JiOI.7 t.thI-l! of. ..j' <.n. ELSIE STEWART, Admtr'x. *

mail. and to aid EEADY-MADE CLOTHING, 'rillulipuM1V: S. 185S 19-Jt i I "liE UllCRfHEI!; leave Match 20, 1558. 12-6m
taking pissnger; baggage freight I that will i r 'ijj: umlerHgned;s If.ive to inform tint citizens -- -- rl begs to inform theOitiZeiS
k from the Ste place
nu that he
in turrounding ,
i ever exhibited) for sale this city, consisting of country | Executors' Notice.
IIICKo Notice.A1.L
train. the
. fine Black and Colored Cl.th and Frock CoatFancy -*, j I has opened a numWr, one carry on .

' l- The desired travelling pubho cau now restassnred that this! Cas iaicrc and beaver Frock aul: Business J: G UN SMITH SirOP ALL persons eieilitois, tnr1I.( :ttee;. entitled to JUtCllSJllTll USL\isS ; .'t'r-On }Iiav.ng: : demands against the Estate
and ;
>ng frequently attempted citinmuuicatiou I ilut ion cr othpnvieiiit( -ted in tI e I:I'lte I Jt! F.V
to and from the above ports is in Mieh hands a Coats, 1 nnd: (tint he i id IImprr.pm'.1 to do all?l kin,! of voik of John C;. Aiidfr-i-n. diseased, bat e of Leon county : in all ii.. vanou"" branel.c, and i is prepared to !xecuttall > -n hiatus deceased late of Jefferson
to and Black and colored Cloth: Beaver and Pil.it Over- 1 lei-ni'I to his LIlt of bii in the Lc. orderith neatness .vul county, are to present them to the under-
watrant His
permanr-ncy UCCCS! / < 1It' M and mo.-i 1 JnriiU. are hereby ii"ified!! to exhibit I th-ir claims c'.i-patch. work st rueJ within, tkj tin.e
Passengers bavitiu .! Sack Surtouts, kmu.hl.c U1auner.11 work dune will L,. w.irr.mVi! ti be to tint of precribtd by law, or this notice
ave servants must eee to Will ; at hEr hhoriryr and ","1,111(1'nln: two H'lre; ft oat :the date ht-ri-ot. i cqiuil any other "iilI.e pleaJ in bar cf
: them tbe Custom House Ilaglaii'ti Black and Fancy Doeskin and Cas imci ,I wanIIII",1.I Blacksmith here elsewhere: and will their recory : and all
clearing at before going on Pants, 'I : in the uiidersiirned. the some will be barrid ; and i iI'llwro"S | or guaranteetatifactioh persons indtbted are reqnectril to make immeiliatepayment.
z board. .111 fiuljt'ihn. a ff-i-f &_*_ indv-bted to the said deceased, are | ; in e.vrrv JOT5.OHOKSi .
icquw- .
Best Grenadine 4 WILLIAMS
tin and
Also' l look after Barathua, S: Cluth Vvtls, : SfiOKl.VG ,! and' In-nln Admt'LJ.lril
3f" Jour Baggage yourself.Forfurther Velvet AUGLSTUrf 1tOVN. ted to nnlif irn -di.iie piyment.: I : TlpailP ? : 3. 1358. 11-Sw

partieul .rt'. Applv to Fancy Wiiiie Silk do., Casiiojcrc, Silk and JubLmeit do., ,; Shop nn\i t ,
DANIEL LADD Agent. ; J ( : CJAMULE I Execu4ors.THOMAS I br.ui'-'ic'' iippert.it'.inj t.i hi* bn>iricss
GcnU' Shawl, Dressing Robes,. Fine Shiits, Silk, j; ,s // op.l BHT.H. > Notice.OIX
New Port Fla. Julv 11. 1857. 28 Cotton HIK! Meiinu Under shirts, l' Ts.lifiha'i.e'C.!; Dee.9.) 1857. 51-Cm ; J. I'EhKIN:, ) .i\ iII leceivecaref'.il allli l piompt utttntion. .

-- i ., 3 1853. 14-3m R. H. BEIIRY : ninths after fate, I hill
-Y- Canto Flannel and Jeans Drawtrk. -- --- -- --- --- -- --- -- April present my fJnal
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS ; \ F.b. Pi. 1859. A-ent. O
: : GARDEN SEEDS =: - --- ------ -- --- : .. arei'unt and vnu>..hrs as arimini. trator ot the u
-ALSO- --- - -------- --
Notice. ; I tnta Dace"D Bt>ofw right. ceased, to the Hon.

FLORIDA"RAIL ; A general assortment of Fancy and Black Silk an.JSatin ] j I GROWTH OF 1857.i Congress Water. JuJ.? of Prob te of Leon count v. arid ask for a dischiirare. -
i LL and entitled
ROAD. Stocks, Tics and Ciavat, Collars colored and I i "A'l rE i wculd call the attention tf .ur frit-nls anti ;, rr.ditor legatees; persons to :' E. J. I:. WRIGHT, Admi'r.Notice. .
j : Jdisiiibution! of FllESH -!Vt-tl. anti for stile
I of and in the K-tute U'jbcit W. ; supply,just U:(( 1y
white Kid and Silk Gloves. B.ck and Lisle Tin cad I {j' well f T selected the public pennally, tu our PI',-!(t I.aigti and,I ; W ii'o, late of L.-oti cnimty, dece.iseil, arc htrtI'.I1Itifj.1 >- A AMES t lIVELY !i 3larih 2(1. 1S.'S. _.2.:;n. _
AeMirtment of
; do.. Ladies Gauntlets Linen, Cambric and!I | '
i superior I to et-tit their tl.iiiisa an l demands to tl>e in Sept.19, 1SS7. 38Plows. -
SiTk Handkerchiefs) Brown nnd Fancy Cotton Lisle I FRESH G/RDEN SEEDS. .i
LEAVES FERNAXDINA DAILY :; Thread and ilarino J Hose, &e..1. CALL AND Our Seeds are procured fir-in a C--M: (' mvit.;. \\itliuuf dil.iy.. tutu I the same will Ie. bat 11 if | OIX weeks after the fiist pub stion i i of thi .notioe,

BUY. I' "ou equeutly will fl"ini itJ1 the bcttf-r in a v.ann-ri-M'. f cut iiresvutcd rith'u! two years from this tla'e.: LOT, v'inous izes, k the uudfibi{neil will mak(0HppIici on te the

(SUNDAYS EXCLPTED,) October 18, Ib56.. 42. 'I eudi as ours. dS: C.tIIat ly. or M-H, I \,.tir orders! ;; I P. W. WHITE, Aihnt'r. i ii I4 VFiNC,> byMrXAUHHT Honoiabl", Juilije of [Probnt ol Lu.n county tor 1 II 1
-- ---- --- -- '
that 301: may ntcuic the \utl i>.!:.., \ "u ocsiu'. |i: 3a'L,, U!:;". 0-bw ORMOXD it C0.Jan. .< ; ters IIf ndll.iul:trotiuD on the Estate of C. God bold,
arrird Steamers frnm Charleston and Sa- Florida Eailroad. .------- -- I ueceasfcd late said
A lI.i: I. ot
ON l.l\:r.y. '.'3, 1J -S. 4 eonnty.
Tsin'inh, connecting at Callahan with Stage f..rT'.1dcr' : _-.- : : .).UIII\' o. 1p-t.: 2 Notice --- JAMES T. ARCHER.
fl : :: i -
.. jt : .1 : : .. |
JW -
Hill and C'IJtr VJI1., Ga. ; at Baldwin with C '4_"' 5_ _" /-P'.s:4..4t.. I ..u.-t.,1 -- ; j jMcDOUGALLiJIOBBY. I 24. 1858. '
April 17-tfw
Stage f->r Talldha.see; at T.ail Bri.lge. with Stagefor a ie -ti'i I" ot IL1 Jii'iinl of Jn"-cl-r tt i,1Fhtiida 'he i Cc-Partnership Notice, j NOTICE i U lirri)by given tint o Mveat has been i t CIG. :\- R S.-l'I'I\(1 A LARGE lot just re I _

iliddleburg and at Stark* with Stage f'r New- A'l 1 at the Ht'lf rat L-itd! Otliro t 1y I
; H:'ilrlla.t I C';ri pnny, held at IVinanitinuon : I I prevent I j Notice to Debtors.
nin-viile Gaiufcville ilicanopy, Flemingtou, anti tint 7th day: oi Nuveiubvr A. D... 1857, the folloivinsi r T llK I i.rnlcifiiriK'd: Imvc Il.ii I iliy f.rrJl.I.II I co l':1rt. t tlie'!'oo.tii in tlthe follow in Military Laud] Warmnts : March2l'ST j I
J- .
,,1 12 I
Ooala.' rcvilutiou! was adopted : I j 1I'l' lllJ'. i.inler the. rani1z.ii.: ftxb1 t i f IYCJ..s I N..7:4:: f;.r 12u acres i issued to J In.D.. Harley ; j __________ ___ I ALL persons indebted to the late firm TOWLK

LEAVE Starke daily, (Sundays excepted ) on arrival I' \YIILCKAS, The nvrk tin the Floii'la, P.lJlrQllll.n'- I| db: G-orln.: ', !,I N.*. 1 .l2!' for 120 l.I'rt- 1o't'u..11II William; Peikiim ; I j 'I MYERS, are requested to come forward "nd

vl Stages and connecting at Feniandina with iuij a-ivaiiced to a condition wLirh h.-i...;: it inu useful j and \\ i1! continue' (lie llt-ifu'.s' in a'I'ith >I'r.uu-s: :! au-lX.I I l"i.il! ) f..r 80) at rejiuutul !'o M.iry Biinke1, i I New Maps of Florida, I settle. Mr. R. B. GORUAH is duly anth.-rired to s.t-

Steamers fir Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, (:ciiiiiicxiou with the Lu-illt'E8 <>f the interior nud | the Old St.ind of Towle uMer", where t ilnint("j lt"-I I I WiJuw i f J.."''oli I'rinki'l. (residents of Lon county .. ri'BLISIIKP IIV tI I tie all accounts. S. \V. MYERS.

Tuesday Wednesday and Fi id.\Y. ( the practicability of a successful prosecution Jf it to kt'fpiu" n full sib 'rtni"-iit of uil al,t 1..11. .' rt..in.t'i.t i Fla.) ;;.n.t r tho Act of Mardi 31'01. 1655. The above | TalLhasae. F.}. 20_ 1S53. :-tf .
A. II. COL, Sup't. the end beina rc-s"nal ly demftjotrated, the Company I .I'P'; V', ir.iits, nvrc ".II I "11.1 I trarsfcrrpd to -, pur. C. DREW. Jacksonville, Florida,
i ; < ) thi'ir Liiauli ol bu irtu- :. iii.d t I !ioj! iby I ( (nift.uttit-: t \ Notice.
May 1. 1858. 18e.Iionno which has thus far conducted tlie eiiterprfee c.'i hidtr : trillion to ni'.lit tJ,; patioiayhtrrtokre! .t..d..J] diu.eti l I\ L.iei.iM.. Fohuui, aud bi\o bee-n I.st.- I[ T A1UE and complete with Railroads and Town-

| that a point bus been nnuhed where tln-y may hope i the Lie fiin c Ai| .Iic-itiou will I dv made to thc: CoinmipMoner of i .L.d shiJ1ll. For IUIlo by ALL persons bavu-g demands against the Estate

: (1h I .. ... .. to i'.II''JII Wnrnntn in place of the I McDOUGAL 4 HOBBY. Wm. 11. Ware dcctmsed Lot Jefferson
*- j & I. .j- > v o]>L-iuilou of the { KFJ.lAi: V/. Vi 21 iirii.It. ( : i.r. duplicate origi I
and merchiints f the tht'icf. Jt-Cl.-\N M.FOLSOM Feb. 6,1S53. 6 are notified: t. them the
3,000 Bales Cotton :i planters <> interior: i 1 U. OOliMA.Y.;' : i county hereby present to undersigned -
Leon 1 TJurefoft, Jtrtolcetl, That tl-e Secretary be dirtc- t By .C. H. BLOOD, Agent I administrator within the time prescribed by
5,000 County Bonds 'ratITalas-e, J:1lu.1rV 1,.LJ"II[ ) <. ': I ifHENRY"
I. ted to invite subscriptions to the Sti.ck (,f the Con. I ---- : __. thy 1. 1&58. lS-6w Lochfines. law or they will be barred ; and all th". indebted,

UNDERSIGNED makes the following pro. the ) -- ------ -------- requested 10 make
terms and are
TUB pany upon same as heretofore to take j ARCkLEr Y ----I payment immediately.
to his friends and customers viz: such steps as may atTorllLe m< st convemVut I 90 HALl BIlLS. Loebtius Herrings just.landed SMITH SIMKINS, Admt'r.May .
First-He will receive Cash in paymert for all tuuity to the inhabitants of the Euveral interested oppor I I II I : CiraiunAliu: &E Just Received Af and for sale, price. $10 half hsrrcl.McNAUGRT I 8, 1858. 19-8w

amounts due him on notes, bonds or open accounts. Counties to take Stock. I 111 1" /fN: will stHiid SlJI.-ltE, I Per Francis Secor "from Yeu York. I ORMOND J OO.

-In the absence ef Cask, he will receive A true copy from the minutes. I _'J,_ Btubles t'o niilrB Went I Dec 19..187. 61 Notice.SIX
Secondly _
'mtnt for all bonds, notes or open accounts GEO. W. GALL I city rf Tall.ihassce) the ensuing stajoti, to lenniuule I BOXES! English Dairy Cheese
See'y.In ; It)) Hinoked Months after date. shall present (to U* Hon.
.at lU highest market price.. the 20i h day of June ntxt Ileirings, White lead.
Thirdly-Iu the absence of Cat and Cotton he :: i ij HENRY is about 16 | linudshieh ; dark bay, well 10 K.ia Goheu Butter, > of Probate in aDd for tbe county of Jfidiwn. -

will receive to the amount of 5.0uO Leon County pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice is forced, and finely) muscled, nod! Wilt raited by Job I 6 Bbls. Dried Apples, PURE Extra and No. 1, ground in Pure Linseed my final account and Touchers administrator

Bonds vl their market value, in payment of Bonds, j hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently Freeman E.q, of this CIIUIII!. He was fiired! by the 1 lil.l. Beans. just received, and for sale hyAMES I of the Estate of Richard Harrison deceas d. and
open at Ft'rllr.nJiuIwbere subscriptions celebrated LIVELY. shall then apply for a final discharge from said ad-
note. and accounts. CiiAKLt ARC&KY fonr.eily owned the F.r sale by R. H. BERRY.
i by
He would inform his friends and customers that II I may be of made the either in jier amount present aesesmuonnt being 8 1 LuO 1S58. 19-6m
on in the '--- May 8.
his payments for the months of F.-bruary and Marchare each eb-.re of This Southern country ; (c-f tho Archey Stin-k) I
very heavy and he feels confident, in consideration town sites of Fcrnandir.a company Cedar Key is ,tbe and owner also his darn a fine niiire, pedigree n.it knu\\u. His get i o tlie Ladies i Liverpool Sack Salt.

of Lbs great indulgence heretofore extended, is of the fineet clamcttr-/l11 be seen at time iii Notice.
760,000 acres of land property which h-id been appraised the lib any I 1-us. C. DAVIS retains her thanks to the SACKS, Cargo Bri* J. Carrer daily ex
Kl I
they will ONE and ALL come forward and avail nei "rio< and will elmw for tlfin'elv.-( ,00
themselves of the inducements offered in this advertisement further at over ; .00O.QO0 of and it is believed that a To enmuiiige the s/uit| uf rnipit.rr; Fine Slock, lie _1,1 l..aditlvf Tallahasoee Bud the urroanding pect J. Will be sold .low in large lots I SIX mouths and after vouchers date. I to shall the Honorable present! my Judge final of
assessment from ?S.OO to $10.00 pet share will C'tuitiv fr the 1'beral heretofore bestu.ve,11 on shipboard at Spanish bole.McNAUGHT. i
and at least an amount suffirjent to enable 8/lDrlllL tho low rates of FIVE and TEN: DOL- very paironuge -
pay administrator
Probate for Jefferson
will be sufficient to finish the road. county as ex
and I leave to inform ORMOND
I..ARS-1W beg-j them that she bas ife CO.
him to meet; his liabilities. Should there b. iSbUBANCE. The subscriber 1ms been i Kathaoial
officio of the Estate of Folsora. deceased.
GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y.Jan. now on band H large and well selected Feb. 6 18aS. 6Burning i
driven to this assortment of ,
I whose circumstances will not necessity from the fact that
( hope rooe) enable too frequently
any 9, 1868. 2-tf FANCY GOODS for the and ask for a discharge from said adm'nUtrark
spring which sUe will sell '--
them to in I willeome mares are not 1)l'nullltI.rwnrt ,
comply even part, hcpe they '- ngulnrly WM. H. ANDREWS, late Sheriff and
forward at once and say s'. close up their ao- NEW BOOKS. IIr ill treated thereby nreveutini success when the upon th* must reasonable terms.April Fluid Admt'r.qx &.

count and make the very beat arrangements in their Lone is by no means at fault. The money will be _10,.I.I2..6 1. 1853. 18-6m
power for payment hereafter. that he may know JUST RECEIVED den anduii in each case, should the mare be traded OF A. SUPERIOR" .LITY.just received and : _
sale by AMES 4 LIVEL!
Sheriff's .
AfJI Sale nr
sold otherwise
what to depend upon. DAVID 0. WILSON. or disposed of. Twenty-five cents in / AttachmentDarid

i Feb. 13, 158. ?ttPIANOS" NEW BOOKS & NOVELS-?- eah case, will b1e quired by the Groom. For further .Tile FIRST MONDA Y in JUNE Next. January 31 18T. SLaws Mooed
information apply to the subscriber. 0. Wikoo. ) In Justice Court for
RECEIVED. EL GRINGO-Travels Europe iu Mexico; A.A. FISHER. BY virtue of a writ of tier! faciat issued from the of Florida. vs. f District. ,' Leon county. Amount

; 1 lei k's Office of Leon Circuit H. W. ) swum to |42 81.100.
DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition Tallahassee, March 2'1, 18B8. 13 Court wherein t,> 1837. McDOUOALL A HOBBT. I Thompson.
MEMOIR of B.8. Prentiss ; William BuM is Plaintiff and Adin Powell is Defundnnt BOUND B. 18B7. 8fl Defendant and all other interested *r* bf
SUBSCRIBERS have just received direct Speeches. ; I have levied aDd will THE wtf
THE THE DAYS of life-A Notice. upon expose fur sale! in notified of the commencement of tWi
tile most reUIt.be bouset Jo the United my novel by the front of be Court-bonne door iu the of Tall
author of City Tallahassee Health returnable to a Justices' Court to U held t **
aud Zaidee Bitters.
.SUtM. five superior ISABEL-A Margaret novel .; SIX months after data I shall present my final ac Leon county within lei/al hours on, the tint bass. on the 2nd,Monday; the 14th'day of JuM, JLD
: PIANOS, ARTISTS WIFE-A; novel for Jefferson aud vouchers administrator to tbe Hou. Judge of Prohxte Monday i in Juqu next. the following described property TO those suffering from Dyspepsia, Debility enfebled 1868, and to appearand plead to the tame. '
; as of the
caunty Estate to wit : H negro roan name John, about 60 or health under teal this ITti aay of
of various lyles and prices. Persoot wishing to ., VASCON3ELOS new Don of John R. Blackledpe, late of said or deranged state of the Stomach, Given my baud 'and!
I county, deceased 60 years old. Levied upon as the property of said Ac., dc. these Bitters are recommended the March A.D 1863.
will call atMILES SImmt by ,
supply tbemtelvei, please : by ; &c.&e.McDOUOALL and ask for a discharge from said
defendant and be
NASH 4 CO. : A HOBBYJu174'bT. to satisfy said writ according Faculty, as a certain cure. For tale by E.M. WES1'. [1. *]
THOS.O. ODEn AdmtV. to kw. R. BAUNDERS Sheriff. P..
TallakasM Jan. 20 IUS.tf' I 27 I BUTLER DUNHAM. Judice or the
May 15, 1858. 20-6m Hay 1, 1858. 18-Id. I NOT. 14, 1857. 46 ch20,1SR.12ni