The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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May 22, 1858
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Cflrttf. professional nub Sasinrss 3 < rbi. !; ADMISSION) OF KANSAS, thou was imposed, excel L that Congress saidit submit, and that is the change W3 make In of tIll proposed State pronoah'f6fccH{ _- eJ1t: : ,
pr ft5sional l' should be referred to a convention of the the contract that they propose to us. Docs t.o not thus concede'thepreeM! prt4
--- --= -- RlntARKA: or liON. R. iT!. T. IITXTUH people! that was to be called to consider this But, Mr. President, the Senator from Kentucky pie! upon which we hare acted in .rieeijtni'

MILES HASH S CO. VV]. E. A1DERSON, I I't"torc.ey or VIRGINIA, one question only.In objects that in doing this wo are doing the Lecompton cdDStiUUjpp t or, .if k

I a't La. : In the Senate, 7i WaY, April 27, !8 S. regard to an ordinance claiming lands, what is unfair ; because, be says, we accom. diates this conclusion h'e'flOtx 1 r

D i: A LEES IT? -ANDSOLICFIOR i| Mr. HUNTER said : I know of but two cases in which chances pany it with another proposition ; wo say to ho is opening the door to frauds of V

P1I S PAINTS, INEQUITY, 'i Mr. IV.KstnENT : As I think! the! Senator were made. One was in Arkansas, and the the people of Kansas: : ".If 'yQU .viII consentto description in Kansas, when he abdi at '

I MAKIA>>A, KLA.ff frem Kentucky [Mr. CritteiulcnJ has entirely! other in California. In Arkansas tho State this change, and desiro mission! upon power on the part ot Congress,Io look :intof;

MEDICINES, H OILS I -0- I misco'iceivcd the proposition[, presented Ly was admitted upon the express condition that these terms, then we will make you theso questions of fraud or fact in regard ,tw/Ji) 3. V

)RACTICES in the Couita Jackson.. VTann- I tho committee of conference, I must bc
WOULD inform hand their nends and the public ofsuearticles JL ton and FrauLlin-in the Supreme Court at M J>i- irtvlulgence the Senate for n few momen13 property of the United States l snd a change remain in a territorial condition until you how would his scheme affect th*'pu.Qfjb*,, V
:8 arc:sjenerallj on kept a good;in their line of busincsbjaivil1 riannaand the United SUites Dish ict Court at whilst I present it in r hat I deem to be its was made in (tho quantity of lands which she have people enough to entitle you to one I country f A new constitution, td *bV; fdfinsjt:

b<' icceivm.'r; 1l11J ir s r-jpplies. Theiicrnm REFERENCESHon. : hue shape. pioposcd' to take in consideration of that concession. Representative in Congress and then onlycan in Kansas out of tha distracted efetnenfr ''or*

shall l he rcs 3nable.Lasscc : .J. "Waylc B.ikcr.TnJIahaESPS, The! t !propocitior. of (the committee of conforcnce ). The bill of admission was passed y.rj form a constitution and come into i istlcg. there! t Each of the sections.*

--: Apni 9i! 1P5.V; 14. ---- II. L. n-tjeip, Agent S. Vf. H. Batik, I is tii3 substitution of fin civlircly new on the; IJith of June, and on tho 23.1 of tho the Union as a State." Ho says, in this way Union pcaring in its people to produce, c.cto*: 7

D : Mies H. Rash: I lion J..T. Fink.MI'i i :1rI ;. Lili in), of that! which passed l tI"! > St-n.ite, j .same month a supplemental: act was passed we offer thrm a reward to accept ono con sired result, and tbb under temptations' ;to
: ?:.M W d- coDAb'r. B. Columbus, ilaranna.Dec. : and in ave of llio airt'-ndrnent which was I, !ub'jiltinj .t to the legislature of Arkansas stitution: and wo propose to punish them in fraud and violence?* whichwould be .th*

N'TER JlIS ALLAiiA"SIOSAL: ''DS''LIi'U':5 OI; m\G"Ol'x'r.T.TO THECITIEXSOFeatioftl'e 12,"857.- ____ -- i f proposed b} the House Df Kepresenlulives.'J'his .- I to say whether they would accept certain the event that they do not accept it. Thisi stronger from the fact that "the V result no_mat'

4i. ;J'ICLvtli: Dr. M. XaIIim:1lcdiat.1j) EDWIN A. HART, I [Topoeiton .iIHrms that tIJ!) .> people ofF i p\'o.o"i Lhl-.t\i-re\ wero five cf them, I beli.ven I an ('Iltre: mistake on the part of the Sena. how obtained, would be final, and no'longer

V/ Post ti, ", I .ZL-ttOZ OOyEX* Xal7wTallahacsea :::.iss: cl.'Cted .1 convention of deleRnt' I : consideration of this coT.cejSicr. of f r'r, and it aroso from begging tho question.V subject to the supervising.power of Congress'
Ma1: 3 1 f:5. ;;. : ._ I \\liO: ::*ci.ibkd! :.t J.c ontoli, niu! tii-:' the! light} to litX iho propoilj- of "* Unit' {I <"'' not tho constitution to tho Do we not Know that wo eiioalct W IhHSw* 2- :
---MEDIC.iNOTICE.- ---------- -. I. ', Florida I through (that i convention: these people 1'jrr.ied( Hta'es. C'ngrt' s rofore.l: it to the Legislature people at alL \w'say to them : So far as ing the seeds of dissensions and agitations

i \ 7 ILL i-incticc:; in 11.' C; c-uit Courts (.t tll.' Hidd'o for; thcnssolvos a government. It :sulirflh! that to dcteimino ; because as they said in you have gone, you bf vo proposed to come which would probably disturb this Union .to

Bond Dislri-; aid the Sun erne Court of t1iiSk ? this constilniion, luuipji! brcn examined, is tlio act, tho: power had been given them byco'lam into the Union upon certain terms ; you have its centre ? ecause wo do not accept aoc'r ft
Drc. Scbertson & ami the DlMiict; Court ()f the United St.iies, r.t '
} in the actic I TsilLha". CS'; :" OjTics over tle: 5turo of UCJEIS. j found to bo republican in i i(3( cJaru'tIt! : : \ the ', : which formed tho constitution I presented us a constitution ; you have also proposition as that in the alternative that U

HAVING; prufrsaicr f-rffiH a ,N oflor;ia4tierhip their: PI rvicee to pi:l.e cit G.
irsns of TalUha-isce! anJ surrncnihi.'i! oouutry.T I .. SO), 1S53.; i _. '. I thy I I.ei'omj'ton conventionni, \ \ it ackno'.vl- Centres.., tho right to cede away (lie power ontract in regard to the taxing: power; wo submitting this modified 1 ordinance; because
Ci 3.'<* over tbs :.atc'.j: otct.picd: I,j Bet -- ----- -- ---- - i cd!';':-5 t''C!' \:.!hdity of their action ; it rcoivcs I'I to tax any (portion: of the property or lands accept your constitution: ; we acknowledgethat instead of that, we leave them in their terri'

tocT<. IIis.Feb. I I .11. J. PEELER'S, the constitution; jiciCiHed by them as the coi-: wi-hin its d'Hn:1S a right which belonged to be iprublican in form ; hut we do nut tonal condition, and impose upon them.:.ths
2;. ';7 9-tf L2WbT' & COLLECTION OFFICE I I tl.o'IJrui.!...>. If. however, restriction th:1t.thex taust turen.; .''.
st'itution of tho peep:' of Knnsri:, and it admits I to hAoreigntv, a right to bo given to the accept .nee. you sound ,
E. DAfiSARD Jr. I TALLAIIAS.'H, FLORIDA. thr.t tho plicr.iioi| : v.hirh they !b\'o t *:nrno power which made constitutions, and choustj to take a lesser quuntity of land, we until they have people (r.ougb to:entitl* thorn

'I OFFICE UP STATUS IV THE SAME I5T.ILDINO AND OITOS1TE made: for admission:: into tho I Unicn, is tho applicaticii i which created conventions. It is obvious make you a grant which i is liberal," but whichought to ono representative in the House of.Repre..
WILL CONTI>fE THE TilE DOOR OF THE FLOEIMAX A ;U( :\AL orrrjcr.1T1LL not to have been called excessive by I the thinks we are ,tying" ;
of iho people! of Kansas speaking! that it, in r'rimlto boundary, it required s."i: j sentalives, Senator
DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS Finctico in the Circuit Couit;of Gad-den.] :I through tlielr: convenion.: I' act of the sovereign people, either through i the Senator from Kentucky, because I bsliaxo them with threats, arid deling unairJl.aDd
Lec'n.Vktilli., Jtf Tion and :1.i"n.: i 1J11 l : ,
W AT TIlE ou> STAND, S1ONMOKTAR I Il attend promptly to the r-ollw-tion of i.otcs and >f.<- But tin-; proposition, in its preamble, goesa I their own vote: cr through conventions, or i it is precisely the same grant which he unjustly towards tham. V'r : t } ? .

counts in allY of said Co'jntjtGWYNN -'. ]1'tlle; furtljer. It refrs to the fact that! tho through legislatures that had been specifically proposed in his own amendment to the Senate Sir, I: can see no foundaUontroranjf-aoej: *

THE ,: _. rch 7. 1 S. -ti I people of Kansas, through their convention, I endowed with this piwcr by the convention, bill. How is it unequal and unfair How charge. I believe, 'tbat.if majority ab not

'B- I I have presented ordinance in which they I I to cede away the jurisdiction: [ ovei certain i ia it that it is to be considered: as revengeful vote to accept this proposition,! on whieV

HILTON, proposed to concedo their light to tax the territory, it certainly would require it in order or fretful legislation, if we say to them, In I their admission will depend the best thing for

Coiner of Ctlotnn and ilouroeJaonirr 5lt e ts,Ta1i huuc.. i .A.t1orn..oYG at La."V'V property ol the United States, upon condition 'i to cede a paiticular portion of tint jurisdiction the event that you do not come in under this the people Kansas, and certainly the b *i,,

---- -19, 1856. 3j __ "- that certain grants of land s-Loidd be ra:,do to :: ; lh."t is to say, tho right to tax. i application, which you yourselves have made thing fur the peopla of the United .Stit: '

MEDICAL. IVOTICE.eee TALLAHAS-0 FLA.D. i t ti;cn. It ufli:iis (l hr.L this oidinancc! is not I h not this: practice fortified and supported !I: to us for admission, you must remain in a which can then be done, will be, to let'thecH

-_ '". 6VY.12.. B. HILTON I acceplalle to Congress, but lh.t Congress i ia t :hy reason ? Is not this! conditional submission :: !! territorial condition until you have people i know that they will have to remain in ths-l

A. rEEL; . . . .J. C. TtATES.Brs I "TjTAVINa* oseocinted ) ? '\ together in the : willing to make them the same grant tliat: \v3 I : of the ordinance-and nothing, else is ''! enough to entitle you to ono member, according position ,probably for some years to eome. ;

Peeler & Bates i JTlL practice cf Law, \\ ill) pive their jwut attentionfo I. made to Minnesota, which is the Eam-j that submitted-this submission of a change in 'I'I,I to the ratio of representation. ?" Hehim-I I We may thus obtain a truce on this agititing'V
all bbsin'-s" entii.stcd to them. They: will attend '' self in his remarks, the answer to and a trace for even
was proposed by the amendment of tho Senator the term of a contract in regard to land, own gave and disturbing question,
>C associated themsplvcs in the practice j tho Supreme C vrt, the U. S. I)i;lrict Couit, iinu th! ( i I it. be of i inestimable :advantage -.
HAVI and i Is in itself | four {five may
from there had
Medicine md Surgery respectfully offer Circuit Cour? at Tallahr.fcFce, nn.l) also the Circuit Kentucky ; willing to give proper Suppose bern or years
their eerric"i to the !' .jiic, in the treatment of nIl : Couitsof Gadsden, Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison and I them that much on condition that they will I no controversy in regard: to tho constitution We maintain, as a general proposition, to us. It may be that, iii that timer

acute as well as cl-'onic diseases of all cbaracteis I Hamilton Counties. Office at the Court-bouse in surrender or concede the taxing power: over oHVred by Kansas ; suppose it were admitted that the people of no Territory ought to be we may improve tho opportunities of tha.
Office \VaulccmaL, Jefferson co, Fla. : Tallahassee.March : 1 admitted as a State until they have population into permanent and lasting peac3sthat
: the property of the United Mates ;' that, on nil: hands! that the convention which assembled truce a
Jntc. 1858_ __ ___-tf__ ___. 6, 1858. 10-ly for member of the mind' in tie
_._____ I .____ __ !I if they are willing: to do so, they: are to do- | at Lccompton was properly author enough one Congress.J we may engage public
R. H. BERRY I "HOOTS clare their wish! by a vote of the people, a ised ; that its proceedings were legal and I J Does any one dispute that principle ? Is i it consideration of other questions;. that W e
j I 1 not evident its face But we in this it in those vast.interests, mats
Auctioneer and Commission I majority cf those voting to determine the valid ; and suppose this precise difference had upon say may employ 1i .
MERCHANT. ATTORNEYS & question ; and, when they shall! say that they I arisen in regard to the land, that they had I case of Kansas-and were sincere in it, for rial and moral, which aro necessary to au-

i COUNSELLORSi wi.l: tgreo to this contract thus modified, then, i demanded, : the twenty-three million; acres pro. I we said it two years ago in tho bill offered progress and advancement ; that wo rosy

AHAHASSEE.. Fla.Spt. U:55. S3 j .T i! upon lhi.t'ote, they are to bo admitted by i j vid--d for i'i: their ordinance, and that we had by tho Senator from Georgia-we \iwaive\\\ learn to treat etch other with more justice'
KNIGHT HAVE formed a co partnership in the practice! of i'i of the President.: to not than thethree i those considerations for the sake oftha peace and moderation, and with more conciliatoryspirit. -
S. S. and will attuid to any professional bu;i- proclamation thought proper give [mere
ness entrusted to their care. !] Accordingly; this bill proposes to enact or four millions which this proposition of the country, and in order to settle! this! agitating Whenever that i is attained, I believe;

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION' MERCHANT D. P. HOGUE. . A. PERRY AMAKER. i thr.t Kansas slirdi be received into (the Union : of the committee of conference proposes to I question. provided you v/i'H coma in Hum,.,71th! the Senator from.Kentucky,it will:

TA LI.t".ZSEE, I'LOJID.\. i My 1. ]658. 13 ; with the Lecompton constituting: upon equal 1 give! them ; would it not have been said to ; and make a final disposition: of tho whole be hard to fir the limits: to cur progress,arjd

Sept ember 1.-1 SG5-,- ----- --05.--- I.I ---V1ILLIAM SCOTT. --- terms with the other States ; upon the fundamental bo perfectly fair r.nd right' and proper, and I I matter. If, hcwevcr, you refuse to come in, improvements. ., .' :'

T. W. BESVAED Jr. i condition, however, that the shall sg-: 1 that it was tine to the Stale that we should and make a final disposition of tho whole But sir, if these agitations are to continue
j A r :rRjVl! l y7 I nify: by :i vote of her people, their acceptance ascertain vhcther she wouH give her assent II | matter, the consideration fails upon which wo -and'it seems to me that his scheme invites'

"-tor:1ey a1 La"'C'V", MOXTICELLO, FLA' of this! modiflcaiioti cf the: contract 1 to the change i hi thp co.,tract tV1u., sir, j i; were ,willing: !: to incur the mischief of admitj I them, instead of patting an end to_ them-for

TALLAHASSEE, .' .. .J td- ,Ot19S3. SO t 1 JanMIDcAv4 I ,.1iiIL Congress pr\l r!os. It thon proceed ;it takes two parties to make a. contract, and i j. ting a now State with an insufficient popula- I four or five, or even, perhaps,'three yeara Ion.
Arril ?.J, 1s5. 17 i _. I tion.Vo' can no longer attain that good.- what is to happen t1 tffuturp.
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---- ; : I to offer an alternativepropoiition: ? event it tvvo to change it.Vould any ono ger, no man say
HUGH A. CORLEY, \0 TICE.Dr that a innjoiity of tIC! p'o1'le of Kansas shouldd'icuninc have: objected } Would not all have said I i. .Tha next best thing we can do for the peaceof I believe that the deepest interests of t

\ t : not to '-!ept this modified contract, I, perhaps it was the \;..i.e5l'a), because the country is to say to 'her, You muat the American people aro concerned in adopf

Attorney. at law, .. Win, F: Shine, i and hOt to be admitted: ;Inlu the Union :..dnr ;i thus we avoid the danger of the people meet- j i I II be quiet until you have people- enough to en. I (log some scliemi to quiet this question fort.oo

TALLAHAS:H, FLA.January iI i crrcaa ills prornsi"\r. SEKVJCF TO inn rtnuc it.; pI I\'ide :),i.t there shall }be no ii.g; !i''l convention: and spying thai they would 'i title you to. at' least ono member: befon you present, at least; and if they wonldjidopt
$ conventions that sinI! off this fundamental I condition ent'-r the 1110.1." V/o thus I at I last, put down this scheme presented by the conference com
17. 1857. y i i adj'.inin; that of Drs. Gamble i Eettcn. mote ; they not -: tit! r.ccpL upon: i
? OFFICE 8, lS!S. 19-ly j jBENTISTEY7 themselves for admission: until they have: pop which (they v.-o'c ahlU1tQlVo! ? avoid,! tho I Ilander these attempts at conventions which may c 3ttil miitcc, it i probable, in my opinloo, .that wa

BICHA1D BRADFORD, -- -- __" I ulation -110Ug'1 to entitle: them tu ow'! me: i : cl'a;:1!! the ir.isclnpfs!! that wr.-.i! l o' cnr j band district! that, people, and introduce should have reposo-fpr. while ftt Jeast-a,

ATTORNEY AT LAV, her of tliv; House. of Ilffrec'ntatrves.croi'i 1. fjoiti: the anarchy and confusion which 1 would I I I!: questions of divert? and! confusion in Con I repose \vl.ich'", perhaps, might be, improved'

TALLAHASSEE FLA. iii'; to! : raiio.; Now, I maintainthat j arise if they wcio thus to assemble and reject j i gress. Wo thus establish a sound general as I said, into a permanent peace. I believe.
V I. ? 4\ ; t Loth of tli3ie propositions are entirely the condition: danger \\hich is the premier" principle, whow justice, I think, cannot b.i : that by adopting this proposition, the qa '
OfEcp ia the Tost OXc" Building.)
( c 'I| di' 'td. In regard to tho grants of land, it time at l least out offedeial
May 12, '67. 21 right in themselves, and perfectly consistent In a troubled territory, where its i population tion would pass l for a ,
-- -- .. with the previous action of the enae. i is i'.Uturbcd; :and cliv'ui"d, than in ordinary j was not necessary to say anything of them politics ; it would be localized; and

Yonge & McClellan, I > --J_ The! biiifcj; csed 1 by the Senate recognised cases ; f'jr: i in most cases it might be presumed ': Ill the conti-goncy; of a ejection uf our pron. when i done, I think there :1r .intereds'or

.1'torn.eya: atrai La' t the( minority of the comcntion; at with safety, that in order to be admitted the 'i i, osition, because it is obvi.ius: tint wheneverthe I magnitude: enough to employ the! pnblro

rca Ilf ALL THE COUHT3 OF VIST FLORIDA. '; i tl': and iliL": validity of their action ; and it ., tjiate would acqahsce in the con.iitions! which: people of Kansas come in hereafter if I mind, and to engage it in a more whplesomemanner. } -

Office al ?.!ARIAXA. i! i if ii proposed to admit Kansas with the constitution V.-C.T: icposcil. But, cob'!I, it is a risk! that :i! they should tail to come in under this submisMII But, sir like tha Senator from Kenv

C. C. YONQE.._. .J. F. ilcCLELLAN. <' i framed by them! but admitted: her upon ..ycu'u! Io i-i: in all such ca't-s ; r.nd no one j'| ; l of the ordinance, they will wake their i tacky, I can. ,any say that in signing-my.
11-lf j, I"UiK liaucrrigssd g!hJ3 not'ce! that Le intend.? vis.1. tho fundamental condition that feho should ;, can say that!: it is not only safer and jjter to I own propositions in regard (to land, and there I name to this recommendation of the confer'V
Mari1,1S.? ji .1. iting Qui-ity prlJfcsir: several time1; duii'>y concede her right to tax the property of the puinie the precedents to which I have referred, is no doubt but that we shall deal with them I nee committee, I sought to do wbat I bIived .-

B ni.i F. Young i i tie piesuit year, ,.1rC: he want will of"p'casod his' wail 011 ;i United States. There it stopped. It did not hut tiit it iz light and proper in itself; that as liberally as we lu:ve always done with the to be best for the whole country. l-
: ell those who be in II III
Teeth inserted may} on the Cheoplalie Pii>ct-e3a] 'IC13 II j proceed to provide for the event that the i i it 1% duo to the people of the State who ask !I new States. If they do not come in, under believed it to bo just in itself; I knew it to-
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'JJ3I2L: l cl t.I J. V J t1 I entirely new, which surpasses anything Jl t l! ':OVI J: I'cille miZlit; not choose thus to modify this I aomiosion.j : I this co'rstitntion, and we cannot settle the be consistent with the principles which landlmv
"AND I ered for full Setts. Hundreds of the b.-'f t l'C'tllIC..LCI !i contract and to enter into the Union on ,these I j 1'0sir, I ask how can it he said thr.t by question in that way, is it not obvious that I lends hive been advocating here ; and

SOLICITOR IN EQUITY can be shown in its favor.Vill be i'i Qui.icyn j terms. The proposition: of the committee of I this act wo submit the constitution. We do j the nearest approach wo can make to ptting I II WT.S willing to do almost anything which vas:
till!! the
ia the Couitsof tbc Eastern Cir I Monday, February" the lot, end i fll lenain 1 an end to theso agitations, is to say fo them, I wSth just and fair dealiag; nod
WILL' prjciic I 10th. P. 1' LET, IS. I I conference, and the bill passed by tho! Senate, no such t"illVc acknowledge the \didityot compatiblo
S of Flor', and tLe Federal Courfn.orriCK Jan. IC, 1853. 3-tf !I are alike !In thes respects ; both ackpou ledge | (the constitution, and wo say, in regard to I .' You mcst) remain in your tenitorial condition which did not sacrifice consistency or prine!-.

( A'T CAIX'VIU.E, ALACHCA COC.VTY.) I -.------ .- ----- tt' ntiiliority of the ecornptoi: convrntion: ; | this contract vrhich is offered to us, the: until you have more labllity, more peo- pie, to settle this question. If I could secure
.1:EYE R KX CESiCAPT. JBDHAi.O'J'H: Jt. i j and give us at least a truce and a breath the of the ,
I I 1 -tli! t'.ie! validity of the constitution I lerilis are not acceptable ; we \vill not accept pie, justice and preserve peace country
; J. J. E'TAS, \ -0- I!| framed by that convention ; both l' tJp-;11 the terms you offer ; but we will accept oilier?, i, ing spell." I believo I should secure all the good whicl}
COL. J. D. AISEV, > Chat lesion, E. C. I Dr. A C. P. BLAKS that j I lew much bet'er i is that for tie peace of whom I can derive from
i the p:in&-ile; Congress has no light to i i n.u.iing; \ them and if you ch.iose to be admittid I those represent any V
FllASEli Dr.. JAMES& Tnotp S. Jcxfc.9 of,, Tnllo'ic') ]70. !. )NTlNUj-S t'c.tic.r, TrolessLnal; Strvicf totb I,I! rcnuiro tint constitution: to 'bo Mibmilted; tot : 0:1: thorn, 3-011 rdn-) ." I It t is true that, in ; the. country than the proposition made by settlement of this question.

June G.':7. 23 C citizens ol C.:...fVilje, l-.djoi"iLg (- hborhood. ". pf-oplc ; both recognise that I t priiiciplei I giving: that vote for ndmis-ion! they may )be j the Sennit.r. from Kentucky In tint event I .

----- -- Rtsidoucc changed tj Ccnticiilc! Off.ce ,,I i f illr! entiic-! ; kIth ::dmit the! S't-ste conI governed by oth--r reasons than tioo! xvhi'hi he thinks it fair: to allow these! people to form The Power of Prayer. V .

EDWARD 31; WEST. at his resi.kDlC.I 2fNathaniel \ I dit'ut'al'y: ; bt! is to say, upon the condition! i! ( .' \ (ineifiy, to thv proposition itsc f. IUt: [ a co'istititti-! for themselves! and to require, I Bible account of the of prD.jer fc *

Attorney ami Counsellor at Law, !I Dec.ij, lt&7.. ._ .. __ j I ihit: they chal' ce-t-! av.--.v tl.o light (tl tax the is that! any: : t.itirern! of ours ? Can wo look when that: constitution: is formed, that thoi The Lt'st0 have have.power '
is the oucan \ .
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Apri15,15 i Ilamlen, i I !public !lands of! the' United (:. i, into (the human; : breast and search lor motives ? i i; President =h.iU! bring it in upon proclamation ; Abraham's servant prays-Rebecca V ap

( 14 I | I5ut tho [proposition; of t'lo conimillce of Can we prcciib' what are to be ihe reasons j I thus abdicating tha constitutional duty im1 V .
COMMISSION T'tIEHCHAT.. 1 conference rot-s" fUI ther than( the bill of the which! aic i io( govern the popular vote ?loB) 1 posed upon Congress to see that this instrument pears. The is '

FLOYD & HOLLAND Ko. :S3: l'oydrasSt.Ncw Oilcans. ''.:MIITIJI'. bill, of the :Seii.itf stnn. o.l I tbnr.. ,_ I! _nn. JlWlIH.11. that \vo have to tIt 1 ) isito keen, i!. h republican in its character : thus violating I Jacob prays- angel conqueredEsan's ;
-- -- -- is fraternal love.-
i changed -
Attorneys at La'\.v. -(.- I. ; ;ii not .rck to provi !e fur tho IInud contingency i within the limits;; t of f our powers, and io resptct I ns it seems to me, in a mos'l essential revenge is delivered from the
E. Urootne: Taiakseo! I I II Joseph prays-lie
Gov. thr.t
lleftrs to paiticular, great constitutional duty
Circuit Courts of Middle that a majority: cf the p .
i in he
practice Ocorpe K. Walker, Esq, prison of Egypt. L
WILL West Florida,ncd ia the Supreme 6ourt G:'. Wm. Bailey, .Jcfiu'Eoucounlv, ,I iii2Lt not accept this! fuod'Tr-ttilun:i of the And whit ih that we have adlimed! in which: is imposed upon us to see, before a i Mcsea -Amalck is discomfitted V Israel

ftb State. Alicjn: the C'Hct:: Court of the Uni 'I T. J. LiiiUn, Ei-q., contract lirh!: we propose to 111 The I repaid: t I tho submission of the constitution:i [ IWo I State enter: in tho Confederacy, that its con- prays .. ".
.d St..tC"in tu2 1'ortliern Distiict Florida. 1. G Putiiam Etq.. MadieouiJauie I bill passed by the Senate took the ii-l. that : have never said that the people might not stitution i h republican in form. Why, sir, I triumphs. n : .
R.J. FLOYD Offlce AralacLicola, F:. I ] Btll, E.q.. Hamilton ) in that troubled i iI submit tlu-ir constitution haIIc'cr I without this it i is impossible that we couldcarry Joshua prays-The sun stands Still; victory
I tho poopl' u-ginn miglit as- own ; we- 1 V *
D. P. HOLLAND, Ofuce! Quiav, Fla.! .l'Cu.u tus Stetlf! Y.fn: J.yJ. out the guarantee of a republican form is gained.: *
\ ia convention and] declare tb'at said tint it was improper to do so what we I
M I ecmblc : they ; i-
lec.22.1855. J. Snellir-) Ef' GndsdcnII I Hannah p-ays-The Prophet Samuel
WILLIAM S. bILWOttTil, Kemington, I sq.. Thrmaslle, Ceo. would not accept this} condition! and would, Iir.vo said is, that it is a matter (for the people of government which[ is imposed on us by the II born., :.: ..';
of tha United Slates. If ft t
Oct. 21, 187. 43 : therefore, bo out of the Union. The bill I themselves to determine ; that they must determine I we pursue ? out'aD
and Counsellor at Law --- that routine, we do not admit them untilwe I David prays-Ahithopel goes 'bangs':
--- called
the which
Attorney j .lsnd by the Senate provided: for nono of I II ( it either through act -
) i himself. -. -*
G. K. CLARK I but acted the tho convention into limiting and defin. know that they have a republican consti-
Nci'ICELLO, FLORIDA. these; crntiugeneics, upon supposition being I .Asa prays-Israel gains a glorious victory..
has been done sometimes before its or they must determine it I I tutin ; and if a change is attempted to be
as hug
in the Ojits of the Middle Cir I. Jehoshaphat rlys-God turns :
WILL' .practice. TL U..d and LatvcJte Cou ty, Ga I WATCH 1. MAKER that tho people of Kansas would! concur in through their own convention ; and we have I made, we can maintain the existing govern. and smiles. j t t I' '- V :

March 22. 18:6. 12-ly all thesj things, end risked the chances of said that if they did not require the: submission ment against any proposed change, if it should! Elijah prays-the little cloud appears. -;tbe f

CAL3UAITII An.d: JC"iVc1er, meeting these difficulties. The scheme of Congress could not require it of them, be anti-republican. Cut if we admit it beforehand rain .!esc ods upon.tho earth. .
LONG & with
"ITfOULD respectfully inform the jzens of TalY the conference committee goes further. It because that was an act which belonged to an anti-republican constitutionon >V and four
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE! FLA.MA. T l2hnsaee. and the public gcnenilly, that be has provides especially for the difficulty I have the sovereign power of the State itself. Thatis proclamation by the President, how canwe prays-QnGhurdre4 A dead. eight' .?: V
h J.B.GALBRAITIT bare associ taken tie old stand: of\J.llt.llt Co., where he ia doctrine. If then submit this ever afterwards change it I Can we go in, thousand snyriani.are
just suggested. It says "before, we admit our ; vo Hezekia! prays-The sun's dial is turned
tberoselvc.B in tL practice oi. Law. They prepared to repair must whether will concede I proposition in regard\ to the modified contract to impose a government upon the peoplo ?- life is ..' .
you ,
say his a
trill iltend: the Court the Middle Circuit,the Supreme IVatches, Clocks, and Jewelry, you you the taxing power for this modificationof how do we depart from this doctrine I'Ve'do Can we say what must bo a proper and republican back ; prolonged.. Haman is V Israelis
Mordecai hanged
the United -
Courts ?nd lie District Courts of awny I form suit prajs
Suits at Tallahassee.Office in a manner, and at the most rensona- the grant which I we I have given your If not say to them, Your constitution is un government to them free. -ANehemiab -
ble rates. Person* having good Watches that fail to That was never designed. All that was
Wo do them You
not to
cppostt i *the Court House.Oatobcr I are willing to concede away tho taxing satisfactory. say -Tho Kfng's heart softened .
" run well from having badly repaired, can rdy meant by the constitution of the United
28,1864. IT consideration: offerJOu must have a. popular vote on the constitution. -
for the we now V V V
having them put liglt at bid shop. power in a minute; : i
that should choose
upon warranted if well used. then shall be admitted upon ." We do not say, We dispute the evidence States, was we between The walls of7eiizalenibegidfA
work proc.
Hanckel & Nowell I 0);::7- All O you which we had acknowledged' Ezrfc prays-
Jan. 16, lESS. 8-Iy lamation by the President." In doing this which you have presented accordingto i one .gofernra'ent. it' i ..1 i t i. 4qp.. .
FACTORS, the bill under consideration has proceeded in tho legal form." On the contrary, wo say, to ua republican, anu nnpiner, wiiicn migni -'.-' Church- prays-The Holy Ghost Is y
be substituted for
NOTICE it which
CO-PAUTKElCSIIll' attempted
-ANO conformity with l plc. What We receive it all ; we acknowledge the authority V
precise pr out ..
poorod i
not in its character. But f
General! Commission Merchants, HILL S?HOYLE. I was the case of Iowa ? Site offered herself of your convention ; wo acknowledgethe was not republican to choose between, we The Cfcnrch! praysagainPefer: ?j deliveredby '
were a government
-0- with constitution validity of constitution, and we acknowledge
admission a republicanin your
for .
CKAELESTON, 8. C. M. HILL and JOHN J. HOYLE, Talla- I form and with certain boundaries which that we have no power either to made by the people of'the State and.,one an angel.and Silas* ? tha.j.. r- shakes V V +
-': C. r. HAXCCEL. ]. TT. KOVELL. JOHN this day associated tbeniscltes'together made by ourselves, but between two governments Paul pray- .,prison ;
e, having changoiL Congress admitted her change that instrument or to require you to
,', and firm of Congress which the doors_open everyman'ahands cr.
in business under the style, name of one at least had been rnade
other than
in form that
will sell de cription of Produce or upon condition that her people'wouIJ con- pass upon it any -American Messenger '. V
THEY every & IIOYLE the people and acknowledged to'be V ..
HILL by re-
and will make advances on all sent to that modification of boundary. Con which you have determined for yourselves ; .',- V

consignments.Apuin. and will give prompt attention to all orders in their gress said tho assent was to be signified by a but in regard to the contract that you propose publican. fJdOae Sunday a I lady called ,to her'-lit*,

1858. IS-I] line. They are prepared to execute and carry on the vote of tho people, and thus the precedent is to us, we have the right to change that, After this, what becomes of the question tie boy who was tossing, -

AMBEOTYPESAND CARPENTERING BUSINESS, precisely parallel with tho proposition that is and we submit it to you to say whether you of fraud which has been dwelt upon BO walk, to come into the bouse. '** POt jott V

' in all its various branches; and from their long experience now made ; and Congress declared that if ,. will or will not accept this modification whichwe largely here Is not such a proposition as know shouldn't! out there, Day ,s soot
MELAINOTYPES, in the'Running Gear and Screw .Business, did assent by a vote.of the majority of propose of the contract." Is not that a that which was contained in the second branch you want. to
they Go into the backyard day
TAKEN BV BAILEY. and other machinery. hOpo by prompt attention to Is it that of the amendment of the Senator Ken. you (
., share of. All the people! then the State should be admitted fair statement of the case ? not plain from marbles-i-it.1stinda.f .. '-..<,.*. .
Rtxmtt aver BamarcFs Drug Store.TflE orders business'merit the country a liberal promptly patronage.executed. Calls int the Union on an equal tooting with the we preserve our consistency, because we not tucky an admission that these questions ..of V .."'\V el1.:3'e.: but. am't i(Sunday ia'tho back

I' BOMU hire beeo tborpogUy refitted and from either of the Counties in Middle Florida and other States, by proclamation of the Pr si. only require no submission of the constitution fraud matters-which it is not for us to yard LIotI2ert". l.V V *".r."". "

now fa tnatteat condition for the' parpOMnwV from Decatur and Thomas Counties, OIL .ohall teeelrt den How was it with regard to Michigan t bat because we accept and acknowledge consider, that. we."n at take the chances that nnm, 'I. --::

Th ttAtit ftre'inriud to taU. I -attention.Feb. V Th lame thing occurred. The same ecndi- '; it ; we submit only what we' have n right tot we must take whatever the proper authorities, fi:7' This! line! fills"out tbe'col n I tS V
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.' othergdl.r-h. Commercial 1 The :marine Bank. ask Ivr d.ky1t4!
nd tils data Is obtained frwm tKewoat ftptHentie
:nurua1. source practicable":- ,Y .COBT ntiO&. : t -' -" JBv the report to the StockhoIdtrVthfr a Uii 1 oeM& P4dWo .cia1 Etrn d:

Sam Joaet party 17of this! Dcmberw-S'jir Under this head, tLc Petersbnrg{ fiemocrnf aaa 4 th4: Mar'rn Bank of Georgia, and I iti Ag aci*< &vaAt:Ma7 14SjijffQtti

old men. Boat party, whh no chief. 12.-of this that if the Delegates to the Cofdftcrcial "Ccnven- I'Rasas' follows! at the close bn n *i, Hood/. 'MUUEag feirtil etBWvttSjy- tartttCuHznnr.

aombcr qM boy capable of bearing unnv Tallnbs tion will take note of the following particulars on 10th May 1858. ; Kaj bietofCoUoa
3 ,ee--i-rbnt, U reported from various Bocrceertinly : ? TflN UOQbjM,
-agATCflDAT not over $ nalanjj 38 xmrriora Trith their their way, they may ficd'food for vkluiue I. Attet t t prietk ranging from 12.lo 15f etaU. Th our.

:1LY 22, 18U. families. left in Flurida. reflection : ,* p.thanted: N j-nnning to maturity $561.141 44 S let U firm tad nncbiBjtd.Nrv .

I oimtted to enticn that the father of or of . 1,149,106 9Bot 0 A
TAX.I.AMAMEK .MARKET. & bocrd and that 'They viil tflrt in KJW* rtrg tff rtllroad val t \changc ranningto maturity; 0 R T 1I At1flVi Tear. l 13.- Sales of Cotton to-day loo
the Beat party on several cthmof
and Bills Protested . .. 44.458 23
I bU ds 1ts& his reletlcns raftc in the North ; an Engine of Jforthtrn mannCictcre bale, with a depresedniarket
on .4xL !1d4flid1IJL a .V.fa this pertr nn -ccpfccw? a d r c 9. Middling Upland*
ito 1* o 11 eetL He cr.rzi Billy's saterient thtt, ** fbrd, thisparty will take their train or boat filocg; nt every Billiard JTotcJ at Columbus--pan doe 77.800 00 Coon Ad* ced l-8i a*
IsLUO.. fixo 17 to 17 e nU.COLES 'woIid certnnly cce i. He e11bits gat meal they will sit down ix Yankee chairs to a Property in Culumba . . . 50.745 03 sale 30,000 bushels ; Western TThto tT.03gtlOfc(

fo their ufex. We arc Ivirg here weath. I . . 79.62627"
anxiety stock and BOM . .
Yankee table with a Yankee cloth. With Montreal ocean steamship Corn dull salts
__ __L. end in bed luck. Had the weather faTcred tpreak May 17.-Th* 14,000 bushels. Spirit of Turptn
er-bc3Ed -
-- House and Lot . . 10.000 00
: us TT e would have "bee> at Egmont this a Yankee spoon they will lake from Yankee dishes j Banking North American, Capt 7ro. Grange has arrived line dull at 47Q471- Rosin steady. Etc* qnieLCHAEttatox

; Bestcratlc Meeting In Leon.A orthtg. 5th." sugar, salt and coffee have paid tribute to j Real Estate taken in payment of debt 15.3S6 55 with Liverpool date to Wednesday, May 6th May 17.-Sales cf Ojttca to-day 800

meeting of the Democrncy cf Leon, and The Ofay Clovd arrived et Epmont 6 p. m., on Yankee trade, cad with Yankte kr.irea and forks p One from other Baaks nnd Agents. 216,747 59 bales, chiefly before steamer's new. Market fina;

*" \ t The *th, with ail safe on board.-Ed. they will put into their mouth the only thicg Protests. . . .. . . . 1&9 02 CdtxnieiiI New*. at 11{ to 12f. 7

of all others friendly; to lh? rent administration \ The teamer conveying these Indians lo the West Southern they will g< t on the trip. Expenses . . . . . . 13.109 74. Liverpool Cotton Market.-The sales for three CHAELIOTO. May 17.r7SaU: of ooUou to-day.1.4t0

will be b
1 and desire of all classes Notes and Checks of other Banks 19,<(''CO 14 market closed buoyant
SATURDAY the 20th 'nut. the expectation by not boot, with a Yankee bootjack ; and throwing a s CUAILESTOJ, May 18.-.-S lea of Cotton to-day

; ; stopping. This course, we understand, was pur" lot of Yankee toggery on a Yankee chair, lie down Specie.. . . . . . : . 417.331 13 State of Trade.-In the manufacturing districts 2,200 bales at unchanged prices.Nzw .

.* for the purpose of appointing DeIfg-itr-3 to ; rued throcgh ail absurd and groundless apprehension to dream of Southern inderj
the State Convention at Mohticeflo, and for : that the friends of the late lamented Captain bed, with net tven n thread of cotton around_them $- ,&77S3S 81 London Money Ifarkei.-There is no change .re 2\500 bales, principally in transit, and sold at unchanged

Parkhill rc'.ght avail themselves of the occasion to that has not gone through a Yankee loomtrout ofa Liabilities. J potted in the money market. Consols 9B|. prices.

the transaction of such other business as may visit vengeance upon some of the sarages on board Y riee shop. Capital Stock. . . . . .$1.000.000 00 j Farther by the North America. New Yoas, May 18._Sales of Cotton to-day TOO

be bronght before i' who were instrumental Jn his death. We learn In the morning they will g .t up to fix themtelvcs Circulation . . . . . 696,8180( Of the sales of Cotton reported, speculators took bales. Market heavy and prices nominaL Middling .

from passengers who reached St. Marks on Sunday by a 12x14 Yankee looking glass, with a Yankee .. . . . . . . &4.92I 20 Floor and
MANY DEMOCRATS. 5,00'J.' ar.d exporters 3,000 bales, leaving to the Uplands, 12Jc. heavy declined-.
last by the Atlantic that the Gray Cloud put in at brush and comb, afur perhaps washing off nI'.ttle Unclaimed DixieU-nds . . . 453 00 trade 26,000 bales, and the market clotting buoyant lies of 10,000 barrels. Wheat firm-sales of 30)).

I May 15, 18i>8. I Pensacol n thai the Indians were landed and of the soil of the South from their fate, with Due to other Bnnl and Atrents . 442.545 72 000 bushel Corn firm-sales of 4C.OOO bntbels.......

time the > Yard and : and Itt-servcd Fund . . 171,202 'jQ i iKcsuliing
_I spent some maiming avy water drawn'in a Yankee bucket, and put in a Yankee Profij* General News. Turpentine steady. Rice heavy.

TI-We'ekIT Stall to JlonticelJo-Change of city. They are represented as having had a good pitcher on a Yankee wash rtnnJ, the partner in Ialatice with igcnties. 1,801 90 | Resolutions for the future government of India MOBOI, May 15.-Cotton firm-sales of 600 bale*.

Schedule. time" generally. DO-V Ls and ether chiefs dined hor.urallc exile with a let cf Yankee wares that are progressing in Parliament. Middling HJc. Sale! J of three day 2.000-receipt*

9 The Port Office Department lias ordered a tri- j with the Hon. A. E. Maxwell!, and the entire Land make up the fum if fun.iturc." $ ,t7s3s 81 The resolution endorsing the union of the DanuUau 2,600 baits.

p weekly mail between Tallahassee and Monticello, became gloric-tirly] fu'dti'.e-j! ," tud r. a core<]'.'eTce I principaliti'3 his been rejected by a large majority -
Shorlil the hints vjgje; t .d in the pertinent i NEW ORLEANS, May 13.-Cottoa unchanged._..
llailroad. The warlike with We iro itid.btedtoA.B.Novi., E-f;., ro1Iecorof j in the House of Commons.
over the Pensacola and Geo-gi& eer- ] waxed very Bowlegs olTrriri, thirty paragraphs l.nve attracted the attention of the delcgates Sales of 500 bales. Increased receipts over last

vice vill commenle on Monday next, the 24th inst, cf his warricr, to hip the) -whole ci.mrunity, in to the Coiner.tlor! aml, have produced tlisciiMon tin- Pert '.ft. Mirk for late ''fexv Orlc-r.s pa- The French !legislature! has adopted their budget. year. 73,0X'-at all ports 36.000. Stock 23000.

at rhich! tiue tle Dtsterr. sc will sop at Walk- | cludlS; clKcf UuSle SuLi's soldiers] in g.riovkis'y :- thereon, feme practical good might Le hoped perI.Ltoiiclit !by t! '- tiHei-AtlnntiFro:. theniwe The Envoys cf the leading powers have requested Exchange dull.

for the Yet "' barn tint tl.e ele'stri.i-fon( f: )rn 1 Igh! water a.d the Diet to consider the of
er'iMill, and the mails aid pasuczijers | \ ; too raad1. for fro.n i's de'iber.itions. But we are afrriJ that German preposition -
In c-rdcr ttj the Olsfrnr of Ilia rtttaria the Lr-T.k'-ir levef h..a be n lfl1flCflC. The Denmaik relative to the Dutchies.A -
be transferred to the car perfect j TL*. Pensacola tfcc : the time has been conscnud in delileratirg upon : Democratic Tleetlnsln FrmnUifu
arrangement and avcid unnecessary dettLtion at Finvc the d.iv f.f thettrn and bravo olc Jackson nii.l ill their True Da cf the 12th KSVS: ( collision occurred in St. George's Channel between
.liecueilfq fjvctio.a impriietirnl-le nature of the
it L Kouttcciiu or the man? going -ast, a change cf so great n lion as Diily: i.ot app .nn It Vi l.t and wl.kb. r.o r.-attfr hr.xt unanimou* toer t-.l tie iiti'i. i L tim.iteel I County for the purpose of appointing delegates to
our city. vas a stranc to >co cur itrc .ts : to sugar er"ji y good ;
the Railroad has been mad-, so that and drowned.
schedule on full of fiscal scalp hurter-rcd skinne-i devils wi.o may be the'.ons cf the seeti-i5 trprcscnted, can ju.iires nt 3.tUt'ti0O.( p.t least In addition to this j thirty persons the Monticello Convention was held at the Council

hereafter the cars will leave Tallahassee for Monti had made murder their life-1-jnjr occupation, and never be carried out. Of si.oh a nature i is the question iir.istrouiteiii.} t'.ie lettructioi to corn, other produce i The French grain crops are proswing. and breadstuffs Chamber on Monday called night the 10th of May. 1353.

p cello on Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Saturday t, instead the"incacrtirpvourrn and children n pastime. concerning the rc-\hal of the lave trndc. aid MYEIW
of Mondays, Wednesday and l-'rilayt. asheretofore. The attention they received at the hands of our xn-se have iijt.ndt.-.i? the countrv souse I In India, it is state i that Neat Sahib had been by DominatinijCoL motion ROBERT as Chairman.
who seconded
infer from the
which was unaairnousijappointed.
I citizen! were such as heroes might envy-and we quc-rton. telegraphic re i mile: down riv. r, ox erflo'.x fetxvecu tliirtv aid upon duly
This change will go into operation have no doubt U ut in their own estimation, at port?, e':cms to have beer icgardfd a the one entitled f.-ity plantation! *, an-l 5 i'< er.vhiig on down t''v>arul l i reinforced, and was about to commence offensive .
next ireek, and will continue until the first of Ootober.Vhen ineiitcrious heroes (;iulf. How nmch farther the flood i operations. It was then moved and seconded that Juro E.
least, greater or more never ; above all others, to ihciive! con idenitiori."We .- the inaxspread,
it is contemplated to make the service gj.Hled the blood of an enemy \kfcndcd n fire wlcin tell ? It n-ay ?o to ni.Ht the Gulf, inaking i BOWDE act as Secretary.
but t'.ink that the Convention has
tide. cannot wasted .1 clean &wee1u] to the BaliZe. j Washington Netrs.VASIIJSGTOX The Chairman then arose, and in a fw spiritedand

I a daily one. *+ AcJ tg-iiij : t its lime anJ rtbjecteil itself to ridicule by the The Lai Kin'.be tri vas-e 5 very t.rnter.inr! imil "\ May 1-1.-In the Senate to-day, a eloquent remarks explained the object of the

attention Ic-sto-rnl on this sulject. That the rc- gives -'c-ca-i' n t r U'.re: foreboiiin The current commuij'.cation was received from the President of meeting.
JVew Dooki; The hitiurto amiable recollected
01 : Lilly suddenly Col. Floyd moved duly seconded
Randall's Life ofJefferson authorized ]life of that he was king of FloriiLi and l became \ cry obstreperous viral of the trade ref-crreJ to is ont thf quinn.. !I. "lei1 not it'i-li tiT.dency to flow the down nlontf t'neiiver the United States, relative to the outrages Amer that Whereupon a committee of five be appointed by the Chair,
< tc at
: a r.e-ro-s country right
sWetp an-
the great Politician and Statefman, we are pltascd whipped the United Str.t.Aime so lonj ns the prerer.t treaty er.cageiiients of the i rles xxith llie river. It will be !'ntereepteil in tliielirretior -> ican commerce by foreign cruisers.A to select delegates to the State Democratic Con

a to eee, U before the public. To those who know and a rain-nnd had biit: elf. alone, popped five Federal Go'-errsnient continue, to sny nothing of the : by the Bayou des Allen.nmlr, wliich conr.ccis mo-age was also received from the Navy Depr.rtrr.fnt vention. *

+ the value of this work no commendation is necessary lun1ro'd him buck white he rnn could and doit ta1'en' again.their In sc.dps---and short i coritituti. nal provision, is n matter beyond dispute ; LikeI es AiKina.'xlvs and Wah.i. The reservoirs. recommending the establishment of a na- The Chair then appointed the following gratis*
put just men to act on said committee: Messrs. Samuel Ben-
bcm filled and
It ; to those who do n&t, tfe vtuld simply intimate at the motnert, Billy did r.< t seem incline-! to observe i and that these engagement?, r.rtitutional nndothei'vi : the (K'O'l. already xviil .vee high> do-nrn, lIt a .Jexatt.itin xerflnweil.. Jtj-.ot on the coast of Georgia. ezet, R. D. Munn. P. Prtndergast. Jco. D. Atkins

its importance and where it can be had. It is invaluable the faith of treatic-. Barley corn is his evil | -.% cnnn< t be goitcn rid of. i; equally dear, be- mi the rich plantations[ which be-rJer the torrent B.ijouL.'ifnui OiTkir.l advices from Tatnpico were laid before and M. B. Avtry ;

and should be en every man's table. genius-and -when we saw his influence over the ; cause the controiiipg po'Wf-r in the jovcrcrr.f-rit is .l.e-one of the ricl.e-t jrod ic live sections the Senate, in which it is stated that Gen. Garza Who retired and after consultation, returned and

Among the other sexv Books now reciving by red men he,bed we were been reminded cf their demoralization how potent an Bed instrument destruction. ; utterly -ppo5cd lo n-laxing the stringent proxiiloiisof of the btite. From the Labr.incl! crevats-e across Lad destroyed fcalf a million dollars worth of American made The the committee following appointed report: to nominate delegates

.' Messrs. 3IcDorOALL & HGBBT, v.e r.i>tice Parton's laiv UJ-OTI the subject, r.i l wiI! ptiM>t in deelnr- Science t>j the Lifourche and capita country! 'honl.1 is be only exhausted some fifteen in I.attlin milt'.. property. Garza had promised! Captain Almy to a Convention of the Democratic Party, to be held

life of Burr, Atkinson's Travels in Siberia, Living The eoiree wa* ft- very iiitcreftin affair-much i ing the trade piratical iin-1 in dealing with tho=e encqedinit with both these t-revaiic-b ari-1 in guarding ncair.s-t to behave better in future. at Monticello on the 1st Monday in June, 1858.

etone's Africa, Sartaroe, Qnitf, Beatrice Cenci, Guy more spirited and by no means so dull as such social :! us pirates. Morc >x .r. the St-nlh herself oirs. Gtn Rubles says his government is indignant at would beg leave to nominate Meser T. J. Eppe
friendly gatherings are want to be L. y. W. Edward
amongst R. J. Floyd. Dunham Spencer.
Livingstone, Debit Credit, am the Bench and Bar pale faces. : i is Ly concan> agreed ns to the ailx :.r.tngia likily The Picayune of ti>e l th! coi.tuinsthe fulloxxin? : G-trza's acts, and prom-ees to punish him when the Williams. Ja*-. P. IVnn. and M. C. Pieketf.

: Georgia. rntrt-uinpienl was cf a varied character r.nd to result (rim tl.e! main j lrt-l ofiti n, r.rd so l lr,ji? a Tl!>: ()vEarL4W IXAKKOLI.. 1'AnLiL-The VJtksbuf city is takynVSIII.rC.N. Which report wa. on motion, accepted, ani the

-* 0kAdmh1on their intercourse amongst each oilier what vhi'.e i i this dixiiic-u cf KitimeLtVuts! it I- idle to watte j True; >outhron, tuttle! 5th, has the foilo'siTur : \ May 17.-The Treasury Departmen I gentlemen named declared delegates.

Kansas. folks would p.rhnp* term jTomiscaous The conversation tare in cor.M' 5t. But it may Le end! that ciscuriiou -- Fri-ni n letter ton friei.d in this e-ity, fr. ri u prom invites until the 14th of June, forth Hon. T. J. Eppe being loudly called for. responded -
We publish to-day a pech delixered by Senator viiK'd to l.f at times \try Animated fltd iaent 2<*itleriin i in Lake ProxMsc.-. I-n.. wt- are proposals and addreteed the meeting for about an hour,
is in 'vl.ich unin of 'injui
to make it emphatic it was ccciioiallilttrattl] tincrly vay :i oj jierntittfl; tinak>- th" f..l1'ewin t-.xtr.c' : '' \Ve are whole fi.DOO.OCO Treasury notes. in a speech replete with eloquence and patriotism
hunter of on the 27th April, in esplenaticn -
Virginia, \sith gestures of s.ti % lfii.oicc as "to finer thert1ty cnn I.e brought: nl out. This may le true .is a li'-ixing ruinous ifiiet5 ill: this I'irjii, fn-ni tiLe ov.-r wti'I! informed peisons intimate the possibility ofa I which was listened to with much interest and attea'icr. -

of the bill presented by the Conference ComEiittce aldre'iidvLich taken in tii'.n butiih the in It is al l .
procctdins wa geiM-ral! npfet to question fio\v. ivaily to .onteiiplate the a'rnnet co'r.Ue.t 1 rision of Congress, until the present

providing for the admission of Kanr. s. jjood part and alTurded ni'ich .imurcnu-nt. To be )hnr.d llc'-ii-fivn may go OH until the crack ct' incalculable ;ui.;<>nnt of .le-t ruction and dera.-taliou diftVjitits with and New Granada Co!. R. J. Floyd k .ing called apart, arose aa.l ad-

That explanation is so full and complete, that we brief our friends the Seniiul.] Lad a big drunka dm" and etiil the dixisiuii if ser.timei.t will xv hie h tlii-1 and the a-ljoininij Pari-hes! ure s.iffer- England, Spain, crcssed the meeting in his usual felicitous *style
regular craie which 'Ley acttd cut tl.eir natures 4 coutiiux in;." are freely fettled. which was received with TcuG applause.
think after rea.iirg it, all oar re-adt-rs will be satisfied -
WThe ]Krfec ; a *. There are ttcticns of the ontli which, byr.o It is in tlii-, Parish, and near I. ike ProriJ.nee, V.'ji=jnsoTc>.v, May 17.-The Senate to-day p aj-ed HOD T. 3 Epp" then offered the following: relocations -

-. with the difpoeition finally i.ia.lef the matter, O'rit f'lvuil yiilt-l this InrIirg.; and ctlnM process of reaoiii! g, c'111J be brought to r-hingc- that the of ( U W. Williams! of this the general appropriation bill. A resalutian vasaiIted 1 whkii Icing read!, were adopted by acclar.cop -

I as that K-ttlemcnt. t1iotzh not what might have so<-' : Lenr <>f the nrii\i.l tf Ik-wlfgsin l.i= 1 their con\5ctions oil the ?ubjn-t nti'le\en if !liruti plat.titioii en. is "* :
been preferred is at leart bttter th.n ore at all ; 1.or.f.: Whether -nth f.Jlrn ?uljects can forget county, i js ?j ituate-l. to inquire ifar.y legislation no "iry toth. : Rcaolied. Tuat we approve the Kan'ns-NebrsTa
i-f view civjlJ I b seeiueJ the would
their old riir.air Le ny j question enalie .. President to protect our commerce agairIst the sound Democratic d.ctxiaa
prodixitics: ? to seen. The Picnvinir al the
in view cf
and not so sure, exposition
we are
j be till an impracticable} : oi e, so ion;: as ine ln.n- Bi-ti ng.greion. of the right of the people in the States and Ttrrit-
Col. I/-tMs, the officer in command in Florida from the Munpl.tlff''iA7l i-f the Llh 5r offered the statesman but ,
by distinguished Virginia j clre-1 *n-l nintt:'-riiiio cut of every tiiou=nid: in the la the lluuse Robert B. the tics to regulate their domestic institution* ri tirr!
to-day, Ilackney
that the English mode of settling the question is has issued the following I're'clamation : The ri; er3 f.ills xiry tloxxly-ilinin the twer.ty- I own way subject only to the CenstltsiUca of the
tl e States are against :t.; hour-, 4-l;:-:.r hut evening it Lad Ilot gone door fce<.jit:% was dhmissee1 for malfeasance, by alarge
less objectionable than the original proposition as HF..U QUXRTLES DO-'T *> Yn. ) United St te'.
r Tht-se Commercial Contentions, in th ir iloxm unite txx'o niche tile vr'rlise at B.irtt-n'* A reoiutcn laid
r ;j'ritr. adopted request Resolved That we adhere to the principles
passed l y the Senate, particularly] if that propoi-i Ft. Brooke, May Sth. lb5S. f fGtntral XV.TC ilesign'-d! as moans to bring about eonc- rt nuiini :, four n.iK-s up the rivr e>n the othe-r side, ing the President lo communicate any information clown in the Cincinnati Vlatfcrm. and believe their

tion ii to be nnderttood as having conceded to Kansas Order Zo. -\.-Havinz proclaimed the of action towards libcriitinij the outli from lurcommcrc'al was tuMiririLT out a ln-avy xolunuof x-.ater yesterl"y. Uithfal enforcement only can give peace to th. conn-
Florida war closed, and having ordered the entire ii'l will !o mUch injury. The [-itiijii of affair in Tiis possession cou tininj the boarding and LTLioh and
the enormous land clalir.a asserted in the Le- and stability to the ; .as Democrat
Volunteer force under hi- command to: be mustered bondage to the North ; aid although -: down the livir i? -I.oly in the extreme, -earching of' American vessels by British cruieers. try we hold sacred the pledge therein of the fiith of

compton ordinance. out of the sertice or the United .ttate-", the Colonel there! have been repeated aaicmblu like thepr- Jiiul v/e may c.xj'Cct to hear of <-..ueff severe dist TLe ether business transacted was unimportant. our party to tl.I itatowion at new gt.ists for all

Commanding takes this occasion In say to the ent one at Hontgo nery, nothing, literally iiotHny, t trrr#. \1 r. thw e.rk! of to Eva iuo j1Pf! The President has demanded explanations from time. viiU! or without slavery! us the people may
forces-He ularii, Vol'ii.tetiand Uoati.'irn : You in ytettrt'ny fi.m White Rixe-r, has given i- =tver-
has \-'t been iiccomp'isheil. An l why ? Ii it ::nt determ'ne.Resdted.
hav-, with untiri:.? /-il and ere'gv, pen trated, in ul j'irt" of th slate cf things a* thv! existed IlngU1 ml auJ Spaia in relerence to visiting andsetrchiric That the measures of President
flow and the Principal Chiefs Departed every d.rectioi:, tlie hwantp and everrKdes of the becausonth !e D-.U1l lias i t.c>re i tha !ka llnj object en the trip i.f the boat to thi- ('it V. ; American vetsels io the \icinity of Cuta'l Buchanan, his Kansas approve policy included and re-

for the W.t. countrv, driv'.rg ih! tnciy: from thr strongholds of i'a btitij rind) rone of nfter son-e irrpractieaMe From Ht-l-r.a( to White Uixcr th<- tr.ivfltr en the Iae frigate Colorado takes out orders to the cognise in his course a noble fulfillment of the pledges

aii.l hiiiig : -o nrage.i.tlein in 5evv- project, lik tktt! rabracvd i'i Mr. Sprn't's resolutions river e'nt.i 'liJt"r.jjoish onlv one tlieet! of scat, r, Ironic nJrou to these interference, and, the party made in the canvass of 1856.
ral eki.-n.'lsni's an ait. .. ,, ki'.iSin' re t.iaa i-"i of .ii LOt 11 ri.ies 4>f the liver, &- far as couH I.e st'n.- | stop
: For ti.* first Iir-- : tLrty-ti ycrrz \ v think I .' V\ hat connection ba? the revival of tl.e Jfesolred, That we approve the coarse of our -
the Government intimates that if
heir x.-trrii.r.-, :.s tiknoxxit-J-j, d by tl.1 Chief. BiV.vBosicej t'p the rhyr of White liivir, f*.r eixt v niih's .1 irnilar plainly Spain t in their votes
and Member in
it tcr be ] Tfrittea Tht florid War if slave tiuJe wjtli tie! corrrncrcia! lc-iienJi.'nce .{ the Congress upon
I Gy snfy : < >
their! of ; The! in her harbor this
Mi-etch hoiiica
you'love Jestrtj- intgnzrnesof I met tne rye. are t-nnot protect our shipping *, the Kansis Bill and-with unabated confidence in
a,* an tni Such ev.dei.tly i= tie! opinion cf the officer stores and provL-icus : Ti/U I iv. captured nirc South 'jf.on. the North t And snr.poss !t be rex i vt-d, all riirninr.ilcel by '?atr ->vlii .li t flows I th) them. country viM do i* for her. the sea!, talents;and patriotism of our Representative

ia coiabun<], (Col. Lojmi;,) \vlo has issued a than forty of their ciei: 'or.a ar 1 cl.ildrer. ; 3011 how i j4 that to give i.i'l'-pcnilence to our K-Cttiii ?- Where the v.uter runs: in ft curr.- .t. the support: of WASHINOTO May 18. There is a strong latent the Hon. Geo. S. Hawkins, we recommend him
:have rendfrcd them hopelc-M of reinainin any 5l ti! house* are hourly ut.dtrn.ined ; some of the of the State fir renoiuiaa- *
: proclinullon ueclaiirThe Yi'ar clo-ej, ciisc'nargIng Ii :t groii.g to re-tore our lot tin-1*. c-stibirli! ruanuftVtire3 here to the Democratic Party
1 of in the
longer with safety in the tcur.try, thereby preparing Lotirfs wer svon leaatn:: orcr, rtadto full.! The feeling indignation consequence ot
the gaiiiinl volunteers who have contributed them fur, arid greatly fadlitutiaz their jieaoeful and drive out the Yankto" C'nvenienc condition of thv impales in ii.sny in taicejc'pecialIv reci-r.t British outrages in the Gulf. The Senate's tion There to Congress.being no further business the meeting ad

: to much to bringing about this much-desired result 1 emigration, by the delegation under &:'! Klia and secess.iries enumerated by the I'etersbur i1 !hen fur from neighbor, in-.iit be ino'-t elt-plura resolution, inquiring if further legislation was neceasary joumed.

: and inviting the people to return to theh homes on ]Hector, Sup. Indian AfliirFor all the-*! service, D:ino<:,'-it' ilr. .Spratt and other eiithusiafctic advocates !I'l'!:. The I-? oftv.ckvill Le greah The cat'l-- to enable the President American F.OBERT MYERS Chairman,
the Col. Coinnmr.diug pixes you Iiis t-incere thank', have no or j.ortunity of lying xvn. an.! cut suff r to protect
the frontier. It is there remains small Jas. I. BOWEJW
: true, yet a of his favorite i' may think so, bt Secretary.
and v.-juld further s-Ute, for your gratification, that froju J< j.rivatifi of tleejt, as well :u frora scarcity Commerce was adopted.
number of l.ostik-s, but it is reasonable to believe the joy of the captive woi/.eii and children, upon tLc ber-m.nded, prncti al inr.s-es will f.iii to p.-rcc'ive of foo'l.Min. The bill admitting Oregon as a State was passed. -

: that tLese will net -nlv abstain from acts of \ io ; I eing restored to their friesd* on board the any cornfcton l bet ween tile Cud proposed and xvcre sell 1.1
Icncebut that on Iho death of Sam Jcne*. which Gray Cloud," was deeply affecting and overpoxv- tie means suirgcsU-1. The evil rnrst be reachel by the xvadin tattle. The inca were ng.zt-i Democratic 3Xeetln: in KXaiUmna.At .
of difficulties with New Granada Mexico atd
ering t.> ir.any among them, even Billy Bowlers in cutting .lov.-n tileoun.r cotttnwood trees for the ,
event, from the advanced ae of that nded chief_ without a vnyajrc to the coai-t of Africa. Democratic meeting held in the Court-Soiis,
Cential America.In a
himself. cattl.! t 0' I ro'Ase upon. li. one place n drove e-f
cam ot' be far off, they w ill gladly consent to join Bv order of Col. Locnis. The sentitii'-nS i-xpres-c-d in the AnnHii: lia- l.o -. \> fliii tor soffit, after the bout, eviJently the House, Wright of Sew Jersey, was elected in this county on Saturday, Sth insr., A. H. BUSH

their friends ai.d companions in the Wet-t. i TKEO. TAI.BOT, pitch o|>lhe 15th are beg"nninj to be prtty gen- anxious to g.-t on tin- elry deck. A rr.m xx.i< M'CII di-or keeper. was called to the Chair, and J. W. POOSEZ requested

The Tampa Ptniwular of the Sth contains interesting i I itt. Lieut 1st. Art'v.. A. Ad'it. Gen'Lj fi l Jly Miared. That paperays: at I Il.-lena: en.leaxorin to pu chase a, upon to act as Secretary
xxhii ; The Civil Appropriation bill was up for discus.s'nf Col. C. (X Yonge, upon the solicitation of the
Ii fiii ttoch theta
n portion to save
tq pLace v
particulars of the emigration of Bow Legs, Slroe the very fir-t Convention lie-id The Cc"niitte of and Means Lave Chairman stated the olject of the meeting, in a few
Fire In Tallahassee. from H-ri.-Iiir.t:. lie lixc-'l back fre>m Xapoleon ; Ways reduced -
with 1G4 others of all sexes and ages, who left in j its se'utn, there It i- been a jfrovxi" lijn'sition t t'> [ pertinent remarks, and moved that a Committee be
bat not a boat \va> lo be got in that city. Tic fence th bill alout
j ;
i is to record the of 51,400,000
It our jtiiiiful duty occarenco a roniineri-'nl
look as n f.irce so nintt draft resolutions -
; the Chair to
| appointed by expressive
Goud the 7th From
the steamer Gray on inst a .-, of course cat rjd oiF ft.r flhii' rdxvoO'i
destructive fire in our city on Saturday night. Thn-e .Ti an concerned. The pr.irdin 5 "f thii bo-iy of the sen e of the meeting. Whereupon thai
: communication furnished by Adjutant Gen. ilsj.P. turned out of Joors this suild i i.< also -irri'-'I asny in ii'-'h nbnmlaiice that tl.oK"ns Terrible Tornado*.
; families xvere by -n con- at Montzomery will not teti'l to diniin' the grosviog i following were appointed to compose said Com mi t-
X. Page, published ia the Pcnintvlar, we quote I fldgration, wirc'i! furnishes anotlitr proof of the necessity fyeiiijf crntempt I-i t-!; p'jl !liG n.iijJ.Th're nheady rie. find it rearer-, and Lax e to pay an advanced ?T. Lori Mo.. May 17.-violent tornado blew | tee :-Col. C. C. Yonge. Cob W. H. Milton, James

at follow! : of some syscjiitic orjjnnization for the btt- ?' not t he li"h! .c* d"ul t b"t nit t there i ik imijority the train from the Chicago and Alton Railroad oaVc ; P. Coker, A. J. Hamilton JL D. Hall Geo. V, Roj -

S protection of our prperty.t BOCA GEAXDA, May Sth, 1653."Oa American Tract Society. : fil.iy near Lexington, Many persons j
Mrs I3ucc..Tohn II. llTvips and \Vah. Edmon- 'IJ. tiling f.jr the bii-iiu-ss intcrrst < of the Jfou'h; time and reported to the meeting the following resolutions -
the 30th ult., the U. S. Steamer Gray Cloud, son wrre the hufierera. The! alarm v/as given botweea but: -hre'vd men lime tikon the! Coiixeiitiun iutolL The iVee.loisi: .iti! It-k.l TS' of the Bteclur stripe| vit-ie seriotiMV injured. Towns, in the course of .I

arrived at Fart Myers prej arcd to emigrate the 2 and 3 O'C'KSunJ.iy! r.n.-ning. ljt n:.t anti :lr own haii>l<>, atiul l 0 ir I trvinir to '.>e what littl-! have b en a t :. '.I1-' to t tilii tlie Amt-riean Tiact :the! ti>ria
Eeinincles, -liieh tiiroc .h the untiring exertions on the roofofor.s of il.e'-'s -vi.s .i eaIy envelop of -jiect; an-1 influence it hilly poss3 f--r the ad- Society into ai :.!i-- .' rv '. .. ': ,.> l>.ir .it tho! anr.i- citrrtr.t that \cral lives were lost. a Stnte Convention of the Democratic party at Montictllo. -
the part of the peaceful comnri. sion* now in Florida edinfamet. vMr.rcmcnt of their oxvn political fotiii: <-. xe.-r-'iiry n.iti:'" it.-l ir. Kivv Yi., L t-:1: tie I2tli iot.! Anothrr tornado occurred between Bloomingtca I I on the first Monday in June, to nominal a
bad been crflecledat tit place. We found i Tin citizens :f the wrrpnx-.ok'i f'asi their Without, tryi rig to k-tract 11 sifgls: i.l--a from the candidate for and Register of State Lauds.
the Ranger. still mW'tt down the coast, conveying they xv no utterly: r i *-il. rl.c! cour:e* of the Pabishi"r end Springfield Friday, by whlah many houses I Congress
cliimbcra ly the flv1u Atar.J raliitd in iniii 'i.t ability of the (rc-t.tlenian from Al.ibancivho and for the transaction of such other business appertaining
a portion of the irutioiit with rome of Isiili's! to Five IIIC furniture o-i the firs Swrs-Siat it \ o'-euj ied : lie ti'iic-of tin; Coaxmtioit f--r f-o iiiatiV | f'oiiiifciU't I.i ri-fi.i'-r t pr'it! : be oks a.Jtrutiis ?ere debolied.!! to the general welfare of the State, as

raen in pursuit of tI boat art-. Ccl. Garrett xvas inp: s ible to an st the fl-.nics ar.l save the hour, we mav be j rrnittnl to ask wl.nt i I. j-t j.t'.irij t-> tilt-
cas still absent v/itli HallcK i-tenugte, on amisdon li.'u .ea with ihr n:;-ans at -' Fort ina'ely Ii ;< n r.a to l.ii 1ItOui4'V, j ii: thu-j moiiopiM/in_', Vas eii-t.lined by au overv, hchning major- Latest from Utah Territory. action.
to old Sam JoiW people On lie ciorningof there \vano wind or ''thers must have nufiervil f.'oini e've-n nt the app..rei-t: reijuir -nif-t is of l/i-i felloxii.unil ST. Loii*, May 17.-Advices received at Leaven- Hexolred That the named he.
hits! to conijtlete the triun>ph of the ci>n mntiies following per-ons
ity. .
tlie let the Ranger arrive- without
finding any t the coniia ration. The three tlwelinfjs dpttroycd cr so m.i<*h 5ir.i on a i'; nbr-trat-iion worth from Cuuip Scott, up to April 10th announce and they are hereby appointed to represent the
. traces of the Boat party although a thorough were very clo'e tn clhtt uvo'of thcni iuJ'.cJ] umlerhe whi"l. i is >41 remotely e nncet 'a with the otensibleobjec's all the old oli>'t-rs and tommiltccs were re- of Jackson that Convention to wit :-
tIt the Mormons are leaving Salt Lake City. County
searchwas made by B'.Hy'* iiien in bofit., where same roof, and tin y v rj 1.1 rally! e..nsumel in of the roiivociition ? njpoiated. 'BusJi. W D. Barnes TT. J. Robinson -
A. H. Juo. Fooser.
they supposed they were to be f nnd. This Bout lees than tVo l.oursrifc'-r thy :iaim v. as (firnt civ-n. Miiny nien.b nt l lft enily i'i tie \7r.-k, 'tiuie.1 4- Gov. Gumming had gone to Salt Lake by invita J. F. McClellan, D Dawkins,S. T. Shomaker.Col. .
party, has not been seen by any cf Billy's men for Mrs Urn not it hu arid her con- that nothing '.vt1d l be dune MO: thy of their attn tion.
t. was ; rio, papers : Speaking cf (remarks of the Ftrrnamlimnjjainrt .\. D. Pittman, Gen John Milton and Henry Ir ,
five months. ? y?!.-tiii2; of l)' ncis and mottgas, and oilier rvideuctsf tioji, SI ill fr,,"n |ir-?.-nt in On the night of the 2d. Col. Garrett return-,! <> Jclit, sn.l be'xvetn and six I'-indreil dollars in to think the present will! b the list uf the Southern making a party nc-mination for l-gh.ter of Montgomery Convention be unit and shall be decided by a majority
cast as a ; ,
bringing with 1iim three of Sam JoruV men with Mate Lirii: tl.c V.'f.kull.i 77of ..VeeJr..f.layhftys
gdJ and bank bills xverecnnsuinod. CoritiM-rcial UuI1v..1tilld. MoNTGi'MEHY, ALA., May 14. The Convention of the debates in attendance.

their fkmilie*, 9 in all. Tic! fire on, inate'i, we nndeirtanj, from the i Since the fon'giing wns prepared, tlie (Convention : inct at nine o'clock this morning. The time to-day Resokcd. That it i* the vpiaion of the Democrat
Bam Jones in had removed off.
refusing to have person further intercourse nnd s.ixs, ; want of prc-Ciiu'.ion cireurta'ice from which o'.h- has ljoiiniJ, to meet Vicksburj., Mi;?., on \Vc hope the above conservative VIeWS '.1 th? Las been principally occupied in the delivering of ic party Jackson County, now assembled that
any j ers learn aVeeson. One of the iv.nritcss the candidates for the U. S. Senate forth*
yo.mger ij
ni.iy AY will I I If nomination hereafter
he would not emigrate for two wagon loads of _t.t__._ I ._, if... _,,.,. ,., Isl., .. un the second Mornlay in May, 1859. Mr. Spratt's resolutions > UI thU IUUV "-'- 4 '- made for K.-giste-r of State fo'iiib. xvf fear the next State of Florida shonld be by a
money Some of his men and women, followed ; were laid on the UtLle and ordered to be in favor of the of the African slave trade.
those of hii leaxing their and ridi droppcJ to sleep leaving the cannle stil! burn ctt-p xvill be a party nomination .for Jii'lire The re-opening Convention, to the General Awerably
party, camps Fire by sonic means was communicated to printed. 5 few resolutions offered and referred to That caudidntes for and Circuit -
eHVct ha become Supreme
euled them for Veiling theiueelvea for On I ing. I <-xil > of Mich u coiirso ? so apparent 1 1 >ine were Jtesolrtd.
. the arrival of CoL Garrett at Fort Col. Rector the roof, (lie XXMS bleeping in the Au tiC) and when -- : ill Ti*. that -ome of the leading ileinocratic pres- the business committee. Court Bench, should be regularly nominated
awoke, hal to jump from the x-'indcw to escape the Key \Vct. rs in t Mate me udve.c.itin the repeal nt the Convention.
notice that the of the 4th by
On morning Se' of the have left for their
gave delegates respective -
the Indians intending lo emigrate should be readyto flames.-Sentinel.I The Key of the fjul/uf the 1st inst. contains the I.i xv irixiiij i ;; tho clcrtiou 1 of Jiulji>s to th people.'Una .- Resolved, That our delegates to the next State

itn.s i.i a wi-e move, anil we wili some iufltieiitiiil home". Convention be end they are hereby instructed tu
embark 'n time to leave the same day. Atari I Tliis fire furnishes a melancholy text frOtl n-hieh folloxsing : ,
all thehostile r.uled for hu number (ItS the S8IUC party in Florida, coiilelb? fi.uneJ, use all proper efforts to eaus? the foregoing resolutions -
early' hour on the morning cf the 4th inst., to discourse the propriety and necessity Mayor Foitaiio i is highly cumin' energetic Wrecked.
upon boM nnd patriolic enouyh to agitate a repml of our I Ship to be adopted by that Convention.IteiolteJ .
the delegation thciu amii5otoiisn
*, then at Fort Myers, together with e-x.-itioi.1 t to "put a stoji 1 to cuHly
of action on the pajt of our city authorities tciardsI tle-'live Juilici.iry inxv.Sonietiines ; NEW YORK, May 18. The ship Speed, from Mobile That the Sccrefary! of tiis"meeting! fur
embarked, the payment commenced and at <-si g'inj; on in our eit %. lie is el.ixMi on
11 o'clock we were under vay steaming down thy I providing riie sort of apparatus for ne on eitrtllur" I those who te-11 liquor \viiliont a iiecziunild <>n 1 the I it SI U prudent to lake a r-tcpbackxvnrd. I for Quebec, was wrecked on the 15th, about nish to each of the delegates chosen, a certificate of

; River, with 122 hostile Indians, men women and occasions hereafter. AVill the "Fathers" think of drunken and rPtOt1 Tlii- year n ven* - 40 miles cast of Halifax. The cargo-of salt-was appointment.

; children, on board. it ? More than that-will they aet / On occasions hr.xt brn *liipj>eil from tlselvuy, tliout'li several yet I Duncan K. ilcllae, of New Hanover County, bas saved. Resolved, That ft copy of the proceedings Patriot of this

"The number of hostile Irxlians emigrating voluntarily. t heretofore some thought has been given totl.isnmt- rf-jiian worthy f>fu similar'li poMtiuu.t I miisouneed himsf-lf as an independent candidate for meeting be furnished to the Jfarianna for

- Is 125 and in Addition to the Qiiariintine regulations have been e-tablishcil. publication.
captives, Governor North Carolina. The Democratic nominee mormon Affair*.
ter, but nothing has been done. It i is now high Thee resolutions were read,discussed and passed.
- lt 5 all told will be taken from Florida. Dr. If. Wccucn l;a-i been nppointid Port I'
. > I is the Hon. John W. Oli', of This I ST. Leva, May 17.-Dispatches and letters received
should and ) teriatim
"Tb Indians left in the country are now in time that deliberation cease adion begin. ; .
JIclLae has btv-n Democrat and believe still at Leivenxvorth tend to confirm the report On motion of Gen. Milton, the names of the Convmiltee
n xve
three parties: 1st, the Boatmen, numbering 12 We want cisterns, hoe and hose onrrii ge* and a An Entrliah man of-war t-f fiaizr: nppfnredofffNindKey
warriors and of and br-nnle.! of JIltS tlie call himself inch but is ; about the Mormons having laid down their anna, oa Resolutions were added to the list of de.egatos .-
one boy capable bearing arm? fire engim Shall \vc have theta ? Some will say Light ytstcr'hiy, win by one I efl'roi.tviy to one of
Tbi party Billy leaves with reluctance, and asserts, our pilots, but xvho forgot to a.k her name. She is the rule ruin" sort such better and preparing to leave for the Southern part of theTerritory. to the State Convention. .
e.r as are always
added -
that such will be expensive and that the On motion of Gen Milton the following was
S. positively, that.Iftbey could Lave been found they Apparatus said l to be c-ru'iMng nfte-r a slaver.Continuation. ,
. -. would Uave emigrated willingly. He hopes that city treasury can lIly afford the outlay. True-the .-Thi-> very jut t.resttng and impressive out than in the party. He will be Mipported by to the series of resolutions:
' the Know nnd nil the other odds and It is true that Gov. dimming has tone to Salt Resolved That it i is with pleasure we approve of
- they vill not be killed, and say they will .notice things required will co. l eoinefliing, but we are rite was performed in the Protestnnt Episcopal Nothings by ,

whit flag. He says, further, Sam Joneses a fool sure the vi ill cheerfully bear an increased Church of this place, on Sunday evening lust The nv\i of opposition, with the hope that by using Lake City by the invitation of Brigham Young. the conduct cf our present able Representative inS

and be does rot care what becomes of him. 2d, tax-payers Kt. Kev. F. II. Rutle-dgv, xvh6 has made a. brief I him as s kind of decoy duck they draw over Cob Johnson is ready to take the field in case of Congress, Hon. Geo. S. Hawkins.
8am .ictvtf party numbering 17 men with iffieir tax for one or two years Border that the means Epibcopal Visitation to this portion of the Diocese, may The meeting then aJjcurncd.A. .

1 families, including; Sam Jones ; of these, are' old for conquering the fiery element may bo procured conferred the rile, \xhieh) was conferred em thirlx- eiui'gli dtmocrnts fe give them, with the aid of any emergency. H. BUSH Cbairma

: Ben and 12 warj-ier Sam Jones' party originally and be always on hand for emergencies. Gentlemen four candidates. The Kev. 0. E. llerriek. Rector thou- own vctCi-, .a'lnajanty I lA the election. JOHX W. Pooaia, Sterttary.Poo .

cumbered 21 warrior*..-t of them ore on board.Sd .- of the Church, officiated in the opening portion of market Report -
; the'La3lahaees.) The strength of this prty ia of the City Council" -it is your business to set the evening service, after xv hick the Bishop preached THE SLrrtRMEST ntf THE KANS/S QCESTIOX.-The NEW ORLEANS, May 14.-Sales of Cotton to-day Lrvdo. A good Mettodiit minister at the

not kn. tint from all the information the ball in motion. Go ahead-yon will bo sustained. a for the occasion. bales and sales of the week 26,000 bales.- -
accurately wn. sermon I "Yaphington Star of Wcdne Jay last says: We 4,500 W.ett: who lived on"a very small salary, was greatly

recjjved; nmabers 8 warrior with their familieft. have private advices, direct and very Iftte from The block is 287,000. The receipts for the last troubled at one tIne to get his quarterly insf tl-
has these Indians for 44bMSET MINNESOTA.The Senate bill admitting
Bulyayibe cot seen CN OK steward number at
: fir JUDGE DOUOLA*. The 7'ribunc's Washington cor Kansas, satisfying us of the correctness cf tii! opinion week are 20,000, and the increased receipts at this ment. He had called on his a
,; TervCJf Minnesota, passed the House on WedneeeJay, time tut had each tine been put off with eom
the 165 indians emigrating, there are 28 men respondent of Sth inst., says:-The intimations in with but votes. Messrs. Rice we have token ihore than one occ-UMod to express port 63,500 bales, and at all th ports 25.000 bales. excuse., His wants tt leng-h becomlnr urgent ne
thirty eight opposing
; aud boys eaptble of bearing arras, and claimed by the Deniocratic newspapcrs that Judge Douglas is that the people of Kansas will accept the MOBILE, May 14.-Sales of Cotton for the week went to his stewvd.and him thath must have

. Billy to be 16 year* and over; besides these, two seeking reconciliation with tfic[ Administration' were and Shields were on the same day sworn in as Senators I settlement of their case offered to them by Congress, 1,500 bales ; Middling llVcenta. Sales of the week his money, as his fitmlly were suffering for the nce
capable of bearing arias and. probably from the new State, the bill for admissionhaving
false Judge himself ; the efforts of the enemies of the Democracy to the 8,900 bales. The receipts are 7,000 bales against essariea of life
than the hostile Indians. Tha pronounced by Douglas to-dcy.
more belligerent, been signed by the PmidenC Money 1" replied the sUwanL Ton preachfor
remainder-IS7--*re women and children (boys He affirms that he maintains his position upon Kimeas contrary notwithstanding." 4,600 bales last year. The Increased.receipts money I I thought you preached for the good w

tnd girl) to the fullest extent, but at the same time he ELAToa molt Socni C.EOLINA.-Qen. A. P.lIayr.A -"+ *' this port 21,860 bales ; and the stock 78,320 bale S.
If CoL Rector is successful is getting this number I Jly German friend, how long -have you been eoula.8onUr rnifieJtheminiiter I csmi'ttl Iulg,
eights ;
Senator the Governor
stands with his party in Illinois on platform cot has been appointed by t married 1" Vcl di I seldom don't like to
: ont of the country, (acd if they get away they a ting and wuMUVo0UUkt4U I
of Ic tiai to the Administration though of South Carolina, to fill 'thd n0 Tpiredof term I about but I due it about Nrw YOKK, May U.-Sales Cotton 800 bale. if
: ViH I *T to wjm ashore) the camber < ; ostensibly opposed talk *, yen seems to me ao to make a d 'oent m.aL's : **Kr"*
reanlngii Florida may b .ujo aed'op *s fowi apmly lie tik to the IlepnLlSran party. th lion. Mr K.nni, dea.ed: long as it never vn ." with a heavy market Hour firm-'al 13,500 3-oirs : tf

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1 E1-rILLIEY- ; ; o ifLr. Try Mid keep cool ialhesB EzciUngic1ICEICEICE 1 1WotE-wEw. OOODtf.WEfiEE A FORTUNE: 0V > I

YA&7t tb* u ttcf t.j ti I .' .1 Hi! !: -II

ptir s CIj' $G1,009 DB& & DAHNHEIUEB, $70,000 ozta -
of wild that milk tbckhreJ* --0----

Boon jtosth rich and tmib dittoes 3 -, But a f<*r=day : in xJ we'tncnUwned the Urge pri- BY the dsysfrYrt Kxpr<-. Packet Kew York Brig Gtneral in Bailey, fif-ff35O MERCHANT TAILORS F-ALL.ANDWITfTEB;
we are receipt ,
Month of LteI1 and month of fiow;. .te sold in S. SWAM d Ca'i Lattrni, to persons in TO DR CAD
Tons of ll'f ] end wIieliWe A5D DEAI.CKS IM
snore luxury,
Moitb of Llotiotij-Uden bower; 'Charleston and Sata nah.. Wt i.ow have to <-hronicle
M3nth of little lutidtirllh daisies'; anotherof 'tixtvfve' tMa 'ii gtdlvrs; poJd by- denre to Ji, jv tie to nil in wat.t <:> application RIM!) V-MADE CLOT!!IJVG FOR $10DOLLAR'S'II! fRADE.

at cur IOB nOUBt:: at Kt ilarkk nr New poll, at _
Lol-er'l lore and ]mat'spraise* ; them on a whole titkrt. Not 4, lio, 3 ,, In their AND -

Oh thou merry month complete Three Number Lottery Claw CSS. urawu 8hturdny, I: two cer.U per pound fir qi.i.titiM over 100 poinJ. SWAH&CffS. Lotteries .
when not irquircJ to be cat, arid tt S els. per quantities CETLEM.EZ.FUkNSHING GOODS. ,
thatvcry"ams1seet1May April 24th. The fcrtunaie Lolder is -i i ,
My n wealthy
mi .I-T jOO pound AUTEOEEEI the STATE of 0 01WJowirg
merchant Phlbdelphia, and though we are rot fuii.iol.fcd beietofore .- : & by npHKaaJerjtemdMflim receiving ti* Stocfc Stockholder! he as at 2
*-as maid In olden' time*. at liberty to nentica !tia n inf, we know who he i", ceLis pow.d i i'i ..t1 ; si' di-Mied, ancl trassp 'rilE SUESCMIBERS lire now opening, at rpii i: 8chrmo will be drawn bj 8. SwiuiJL 1 PALL API> WINTER QOOBB* -

And 3 is still in Scottish rh vines ; and his place busiriVw. For rich sehnaInor- I utaLiOT p-i ; nid to Tali":.'.qutt...v.v c R. ]H. Dcp :. Cat t-r j jIIT. I. tb. Rt'-re next to Mesr. O. A. J. Megin- & Co., Miua tLu Spnrta.Academy Lot- ml-ich wants ori&rr in Quantity, Qomlitjr *r

Iay& the blooming ha\vtliorn bough; able dealing, and prompt payment of prize SWAN iis a v1I'd! stock of SPRING and
with t.aik.! u 01 bJX'.s lau' i b.s 1-rwarueJ to teiy. in each of Iteir Single Number Lottcn fet Embracing for the.Ladies
the month t1itIaugIsing now. & Co.'a-Qtarffia lottery takes the lead in the SLTME roJ frI ,
Maya country St. Vi.t.ks. !. e H-T-- MAY, 18i5r: at Augusta Georgia b public on .
I sooner write the word and tlitir iuimc.nae business is the result of I SilLea'QniU.. Bid.
no ;
IVEA fl.i der the suDentcd.cne.ecfCcrnn
HAUL* TIMES, wuv.uim %v a'hera.ske wr iionsn. I,
Than it seems as though it heard. close applicatiou and upright conduct in the inngemeut Flwmetd.ftroc 411"
vitltiKtj c/p'sl* a.. iicM t'is r. .Jt: ey.-U-.4j, tii.U oLt i t v'-iir.p in purl of Freueh and English Oloths, Gut- d EsyadiereSUboc Kttdi !&
And loots and larphs at me, of it -Avtrnrta [Geo.] Contiitvtionslitt.
Like a sVett up face. re!iJv; -< teiii'R will b'1 csthh; or v -t.y) put.ierts liotuIr.r regi. ,1_ itnd \e lin's of the latest ityle andtet qual- CLASS 14, CanWe Rob. "Y

Like an actnal color br.srht, John Gbcnt, of Ghentville. Fin. arresltd! for embezzling tu tiuner". NOYFI8 1.ADD, Friirirtoia. itvwhiei! they are prepared to make uj to order in T.. i.e In awn Jo the City: of Atg U, Ca, in puti* Aim StH'pe-i Ohca. PriuUd Merino RftU*

white Maik May 22, iBCS. 21 [.Sect copy a W&III1li 1>: c and faEhiov.3be! manner, and on RrxTZi.'us Satin Pid I'ont de Loire, Ddian '
the &ttvrjj
Flushing from paper1* ; from the Post-office on the rente between On $. Hay Btk. 186-i

Like A bride that knows her power. this place and Milton. Flh., passed through heis on ,xr.E Al-i", a (;ood assortment of All Wool DeZnin.

Startled in a summer Sunday last rti route for Tallahassee, in chr.rgc of An Ordinance E2ADY-KADE CLOTHING CLASS 10, MANTLES .. .

E. E. Blackburn, U. S. Marshal for the Northern j In rclaiioK ic 'LJifciic' nf the (ilii' nf Ta.YiMow.tht cnnsitii 5 cf I'ir.e Ll.v.k and Colored ClotU Frock in
'I'c. U Drawn in the City of Augcu'.a, Ga.. j-oblic, OF EVtlf MiTZlUL AXBEmbroideries Ftn.
If the ruins that do us wrong District vf Flrr.J.i. to await his trial .it the rcxt : Srcrt'j I L' i' l'i fatnidant and P<>as! Ft-.ry: ( i.T.e: D.ubcM P'lt-', Black tad -

Con to keep the winter long, term. of the Court.-3/crtawna Fc.trio, May 10th. Ci ; (ciereil tfr.e, (.'iti '.f 7tiiasese. 1 hat an or- Ouli'ied Raijlsr.-! and Ovo. Coats, Black and Fancy Gn &itvrd3y, KeyCLASS irA; e. .

And denr us the sweet looks, -- ]) )(skin ui..! C. ssime- ; Pants, Figured Grenadine ,
i diu. .a- ; itse.J ji'i'l .ip.r < (- July 1 IS::t. : H57, irpefiln or iTitr snra y -.-
I can love thee, sweet! in books and tiiik arJ CiU'-! Vts. 1C,
I : ; nn ui !<> tstao i-'n J I'.iui'j' :: tie Viieoeen'e. Maltese and Hootfon Le.*.

Love thee in the poet's pngefi, puin1 Votirtti.THE a''J I'Cjul.ite; the Maiketof ijuCitv o.' Ta.i:3e-re!! i iI A L S 0j To be ruvtu ir the City of Augusta, OE, ia public,
Where they keep green ages ; "
;I r4iid f 'i ntl.-r puipi.sib) bs r.aJ tic fciir.i; :* Lt4tl.v_ On S.urthijfay, 22J, 18C8
Lore and read thee, as a lover j A 510.: assortment of b'uck and fan"j silk cravats The nude,steI; would aha rail tb nttoatMB of ti,-

Read? his ladv' letter over, GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.BIK | Sic 2. EC itfvttii'r ordained. Tint tiic s.v-1 cr i! r.ivi lies, hlii/K; ineiino., si Ik and cuUon tnder hirU, CLASS 17 Public eci:ornliy, to lia large and complete! Stock f

Breathing blessings On the art J c >! ; s, s.ic s, .lovep, Ac. ,
.TAMES CLAUSE'S CELEEEATED FEMALE TILLS. dinanro, fi.till'-tl "Ait Gicinaei.- Pf'ablisb nr.1? i Oc&t and Yoatta Fall and Winter Clothing.

Which commingles those that part. Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Clarkt't, M. reui..te the maikel of the C.tof; TiJl.-.ii.issec. and \| Tee subscntxr? arc new bcpnners and not entirely To l 1)0 drawn in the City!_ of Arj-uela, Clft., b public, Gents aiii Youths Fall arid Winter

D., Physician xtracrdi-nary to the jutcit. 01 oln r pot poses" passed 21 Jti.y.; ; 1S2S, levived inl-nouii to the community, rnd they pledge On Haiitrday, May Z''tfi, 1BK7, ca HATS CAPS.
There is in books forever themselves} to give s-'tififrtcii to ell who f fa
This InviUuablc medicine U unfailing in the cure of all and approved Ausi'jst i5.! 1S41 I be Hiid tho same i isheicby OA' THE FLitS OI'SLVULE NUMBERS.
will from them Kith their
May part Spencer never.; those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female i icviicd arid ti!*".]iiic.i to ho in full force. exCt'jt patroDH GOODS,
in Milton-May's in PriorMay's J.
constitution i U subject. It moderate all excess and remote* 1 | so niueh of the 7th EPcti.-n r.s ipqiiirfs rcrot.sdXISg 5,485 ;
Chaucer. Thomson Kerseys otv a .. J, : a'ls iid Repe
ill Dyer; ; :
all obstructions, and a tpeedy cure may be relied OB. j ] : bevf f ir siie witlin; the limits of s.iid J'v! L. DANNHELVER.Miyl KEAr.LY oh'E rnizi TO EYKKT XIXE Ticun Tst? Salu ia
in all the Italian books Str.p.ivMarlborru lI.3nkstS.
Mar's ; TO KAKRIED LADIES to t-xlnb't: U v f>rud of tin! beef so offi-red for sule, ani i inlo 1303. 18
She has old ail modern r.ooks. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME! hSt.ip.rj: and Kus eti and Mack Shoe*.
ic is peculiarly suited. It will, in c shift time bring oa the CX'(1tiZ the Sill faction of said Ordinance, in i ileluli
Where she deep? with} nymphs) and elvea Plaids. Linseys and Xirn'y.. J am.
to slantbtei iioiiiis.Si.c EACH SATURnAr IX MAA \
In happy places they; call shelves, monthly period with regularity. Groceries. Henry Cotton Osr.aburglis, Virginia all WoolLnat/t,
And will rise and dress your rooms Each bottle, price One Dollar bears ths t>? emniciianp :'. 'He furtlirr cfduincd. i it j-1'.ll r.ot Family 1 Prize of .S 70,000 } 4 Prize* of-ISOO 5 | 4-4 hrocn anJ bleach- Wool Hats,

of Great Britain to counterfuU. l lel.i\> 1il! 01 ;n:% bulch'-r ci oJifi jiau l..oi- 1 r.0.000 4 600
With a drapery thick with blooms. prrrent .McXAUOIJT, ORMOXD. & CO. cd dotrcf tics, Steel. Iroo and Nails, ,
rains then if will CAUTION. i.g betf rjtllf i.> esl.i/i.! 1.'iVc: t>r L""i ft sluiglitf'rI.OIHP 1 10 000 4 . 7i>0 EroTo and blcncLcd Sbe- Complete tMortoMot of j
Come ,
yc and with you still Thee Pills should not be taken by females during the frsthree 01 yen ro.r to tl.e bi biiffd < Ma v'* ut home me ; of mid City, f'.i the .i'iLteiiiit! ; i-i bfcf tati.! '. cxleiiMv.nif i [Jy o? fHlOCERIES! inchidi: -
ratl'tr thou. enther! months Prpgranc", ss they arc sure to bring on Miscarriage wiy 1 . 4.COO CO SCO
But con e, good but at tny other tirsi they are safe. 1 -l fields
in the
And find. UB tog In all cases Nervous and Spinal Affections, Tain in the slid Ciiy. with i.t n iicen-r hi ti> iKrhil h-.J nd Also Oils.'pdiuts, ic. i i.coy I loo . iss Eru'*eta, Three Fit and Tcgra.ncarp.1*,'

A NEW Tn.-cESa- or Ki.tEACii.sG----TEtrii.-The Back end, Fat'.gue on bheht ixirlit't]. Palpitation of i obtained; fio.ii tin- IntLiii.Hit, ini'i City Coni.c.lifl! i innv -ALSO----- 4 l.OUO { 280 100 Parlor Ltipj and door! ILatta

the Heart, Hysterics, ar-d 'Whites thcwe Tills will] nfeet a .ci r )in i'0'. ndh'ir i.iu-t; tli ; rv.t..a c.f t tlrs A large srd tnip'tf stock r.f I.n !3ii-B. Ger.'ieiiien'a .. Aj'rrojcimatioi Prises. Ali of the above rctntior.eii cruder?, will be aeekup.rl

Baltimore Patriot spy? :- We yestcrdey w it eesed l f'-ill <'n H'livictimi, foifcit r.ii'l p.iy r. fine o! as good terms a? era le bos lit of Hoo.
ere when all other r.eans have] ] although c powerful anJ iid"ri.'i! IHU-S. liiiots imd Bc''tee8. AteoafeM Pr-re ofC400 70000 prize ..rel.CO0 nay
the trial oft icw of extracting tect'i. by ; not li-s ll :in I Kl I i.oi ii than $20, and l!he iiid i 4 sppro'g. in the Cifv. '
process remedy, do not contain iron, ctloiscl.' antimony, or anything bU k e.f I). vi. .. cni: prising i.i pint, Ladv'a 4 300 25COO 1.2CO -

which it was tinted the operation would cnust- no : hurtful to the coMtitutior. : li.u ( IT r.l: tball be pull d I iluwu ain) irtut v I :. a j I Diess Gojd Prii.ts, I/nw.s, plain rind drilp! l, 4 .. 200 1 '.OCO' fc fcOO i D. C. WILSON

1fl. The vrnb rande r.t our colltge of Full d rections cccompan each package. &/.pxiilfor pub ic iiii'-iijicr, In ordt-r of tlic Iiitc dant, on c invi>.- 'I! Bn.-wn Ofmestics Otnalc'-jrs, Yarns, 4 I' 125 7.000 GOO ] Oct. 17. 1ECT. 42
lion f I.i' o.Tt: ndr..
the Un.tod SUlcs stid Cunada, JOB MOfcl.s.LtUo I ic., &c. ALSOA 400
S :rgery. end the operators were Dib. harris and Sic. 4. lie li'nhtr ttrdaiitrd. That nil Orlm:.- 4 100 6,009 ;
( I. C. Ei'dwin i Go.) 1ucheter. X. Y.If. small but r-.oJ itment of Hats ClotLin 4 75 2.500; 300 1/YUZ85OOOO Cash!
: av Caps, 4 |
Arthur. It w as certainly the most satisfactory trial ees anJ I p.vt: if) Ord..iiuo-fcs i.ic.insi! .tdttlh I tins -
E.-11,00 and C pos'uige stamp* tnclOi--d to any author jjiovibious ?, RliirU, r'l.rj' Nck Ties, lc., Ac. ; together I 4 i= CO l.COO 200 i ij
i.f I ibf .din.ii.ef, be airj U i ebaii.e arc Lei itbvi 3,000 Eal e? Cottcn.! .
of the kind we have ever witnessed. A number of ized Agent, will insure a bottle containing K IMU by rotura with .1 KI-utial nsaotti tnt cf all other article usually j 5,000 prizes of 20 are. . . . .10C.O&0 ',
reptad.lAssED 5,00"rp'ijE Co
oon i
tech cxtiacted end decl.iic iafl. } .
'w ire tliej-r.tlcnts they v.asi'oa-

received no pain but experienced a numbing pcns.itt For sale by Edward Jr., Sole Wholesale ac3 T.e- H'-jn MA, 185C.1>. P. IIO' UE IateL Jar.t. SUCH AS ;!i G4B5 Pies aetng: to. . . . .5320000 j jWuoii t1aEnsIoED) makes the fol1o'wfrgpr..
j ,
nil Agent for Ttvl.ahassec. J. S. M. Davidson, Sole Ag"i k I .1__ jjfiairio-3! to his friends and cnstorncrs'*:
n about ll.o toolh. This soothirg is produced bj IJinrnissoN-, Cluk. Iron Iioe i Sliol Plow, Straw Cutte TICKETS $ 10 ; HALVIS. 5 ; QCAJLTEES
for Qancy. Spatis[ : ", First-He will receive Cain paymert for alt

paesu g a ctiiren of tlecTr'uity through the tooth r.t j February C, lalW. tlyIf Corn Shela-ss Shft'liarnwa'! ", Ciotry I r/ua/ -oo- a.-rvo-j.* due him en notes, honda or open tceounts.

the time of extracting. The patient grasps firmly j The Ordinnncc I' ived bv ile! forp itr. confuinsbesuL'r r13 tijt Ill C Alf-o-Fl'.u \ Pot k, BJIOOI-, !iuir. PLAT or TUC LCTIEY. i.dcLnly-Lg1ic! : absence ef CW.A, Le will rcceivj

your Hair in liarh, r.t her provicji.ris.: I the foU'-win.; to '.hick r.t Mid 1'STC Lard. Coin Silt and The Numbers from 1 t", CO.COO, correspn.Th.g I i'ttou in > rr.r.t ftc all c.ncs. notes tr u ac-
in 1 1.15 Lard one ple frrm en elwtro mfiguttic inn- pa op
tMitioii is at,t'I l ,I ty iliiti-tet!, l tsl.! li n'. pulili.ho -
) on s
Use Prof. Wood's ;ltatr Tetorstive. h.iii'J and Numbers tl Tickets printed
Ltqu"always on r- with thooe on e on pa- cont; rt its highest market price.

chine; the otlur pole from the m.ii-hhic is attached If your flair i* Orsy <] for tinb< 1 ltd!:itli n of ih- pt.t lie: piev'nl.i'fl by each ait from rut: <' flips of pap T. are encircled with ssi&Iitm tubes j Thirdly-Ic the ,p.tsvti-Ms r.f Caxf> end Cotton he

to tlmlorceps, tind ly this means a current of cleetriiiiy Use Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative.If iSnc. 2. lit it fiirihtr erditincd.; 'I'tt thelegulir JsVw Urlean--, to meet r.u'l! ;.aceil in <>rt wheel.Th will receive to the nmfjunt $5,000 Leon County

is ru.j--ed tl.roucu the tooth end produces a your Hair is Thin i msik t'- l.illI btfioi:- (!'ay-liul, .t in l.p! nv.iiiiui: tl.e wants r.f tffari .1 first K.7 J.i iz. tisiJlaily printed anJ B'-nca _t 'jei'r mHifc vIue, ia piycect cf Booda.rotf .
Ow Prof. Woods Hair IlostoraLve.If i t nil iiiiuVo! A il I f. < iy .;Iy. fioiu the fir-it if ,isiot EJS.
clc'l me 'red in ?-t thr v.l.rcl. tnJ i.cronits.
local ar.fe'.hesin, sad fo avoids the tse clilorofirincr you are EaU, I I Oct--r tu t tic) first of Mhich ; :itid fitT-i d..}'-lylit) in i' J'
AND FO": S..I.r AT FA.I. TRICKJ. I "llif wLffls iUy ti.en revi.ived, and r. number ia lie 7.'oul'' inform LU fjicnJ and cualcrrcra lu&t
ether. Tie amourt of current isndjvsted to euileaea Use Prof. Wood' Hair I.&. toratve.If ; j the nv uiTI.t; uii'i it! ijj'it' '141ck, A. M.. tviriln"-, frr'
Newport. Afi'i! 21 IMS. 17 drawn ftom tie! of Numbd*. and a: the bama I.i": p.iyni"i.M f--r the mr.rtlis cf-Lrcary aod Mirfl*
you have Kervou* Headache, tin-fir! pnlitnt, fo as tot to produce ta rr. run j i'/ne a PPII* tir.ivyn frjin the other 'Ieel.! TJ.e ; ae vry luavy an-1 Le f tae Prof. Wooxi's Hair I.cstora'.ive.If :.11 ihi .. .i iii l p. .f di-I_% l.i.1 > r. i. '
aeiaation" Number and Piize drawn out ate opened and exluhltc1 of'th-f Kreal i-idSlfrenee Lcrctofure extended '
you Zisie Dmailra*, I tenili-J f.i! *uf .Jtiiini; t!.<- sd m nk.-t ii'iui. .si.jil. ; Maryland State Lotteries.
; tu the atiflif :.i-e. R"d I' is'ered by the Coinniij *- t they wII 02iEtrALLetmt\ forward apd aTatltLyjieire
L'ec Prof. Wc-cd's 71ir P.c t"rative. 1)1rj'iu.Hl to til- Mil 1 n.aii.t-l .Life fi.r '
: B.4ie nn It
[ ;
The Duer ChanneL j sionci. ; tie Priro bticg pl.icea a a..vsi tf"j run/oer of tl. j indueei.ivais ofTerec Ln iLla ndrerti.i -
If Lave ErapUoas, fclnll I bi- i.iili ful Ir sell! !
VOB any nrii.ii in: st.Ii. to
We announced in our last number the oiscoveryrf [ ]pet I dr.-na. Thoj.erntr.i: ; : ia ;fpcat :j atjll all the Pi i- j n.ei.i r.ti'J pay rt ha t an nn-.ounL sufficient to cdalji
Use Prof. Woo-i's HsJr I. 8tor i4Ve.If I any :inc es of ilT-iiiaiin; dinni,. the said n.arkct j P. T- .-rL & (Ut).. Jiznapers,
a new channel nt the Eiet end of Dog land, ly I '? zes jve drawn ct:'. | >: Lint to meet Ls! ?:lahiliue Sh'ocld! there L
Capt. Duer. of lie* tJ. S. Surv jin? Steamer Viier.We y.udct re Gloefy Hair, h"tiiH. :i! Miy tilln-i place v.iil.iiitl.f: limiiscftiiH city 1 /" \T tl.e jl.iiyiai.ij State Lctteitea, present the fol- Aj-projiifiatiMt Prizts.-TLe two prer diii and any (I hope rvr.c) wl.os circumstances will net eoA
Use Pr.-.f. Wood's Hair Ucstorctive.If t th.iii nt lip III ik< t j.l.icp, s iii i *d bv thlrr i
ji .rcs | ot \_/ SI.enieij
now liaxe the pleasure If inform the ]pu! !;.i- i lowing Sp'iu'iJui the two surcrecIiniT! Nuuibers t'i those drawing the I tie them to comply; even in part, I hrpa they will

that n further rtcoi>nrisai>ce hns Lt-en made in that yon desire to preserve the Color, net' < i that mtiKrtaflei dci.jtJi.5.d a.d: :.:> j Fc-r MAY, 1058.T. first 7 Piizes xv'l!! be en.itlcn to the 3 Appr >>iim j jtion co.i-e forward at. oucts, r.rd any s". close cp their accounts -
Use Prof. Wood's IIar! Restorative.I pointed I In tlK l"ty: Cuniieii.I .
lil 1or with 1hefvll Avine results : At tlie] ontmr.ce i ------ ---- Prize' KI-I exirrple : if Ticket No. 112 0 and make the very best arrnngrtmcnts in theirrtiw.r
you desire CM to l.iosc the Color, i- :; J- t/ctf/ier 'I Ttt 1 not
there thirty-one fvt of vuter o\ r the liar, kn 1iig I C'CUtbii p'irc-hn-i-15 i-f 1: tckets to hrare rfontt'iin : draws the 70,000 Prirc. tho;p Tickets iu.bfieii for pavrt Lcttafter. that Lc ray fccnww
Ut>'.' Prof. Woods Hair Eeatorathe. be ;i.i.viu t f'ii ai-y }p"I.o ( : |>rihii. tie; inik. : -- .
t" a sift: amLonjre of twenty-f.-ur feat in iJet.u1 ,. :; Tifk--ts in LoHeii wier! <- extr.torui'inr 1'MS, 11249. 1251, 112152. will each be enfitle-l ti40D. > lat to Jtp. nd upon. DAVID CL VILSOX.Feb. .
1 h
Ifyou want a Cheap Art.cle, ; t- a- ;-j. iL'-i' 1 tv tlt < .ii..II-e. t"tcll.. or
: T'OI I-l.sJ PH>.I.-. Iiom tln-iice to -'PilotCo' I.iri-f C.ipitaL :;.iv t.fTt-ie.J. fir a fmall cost of Tickf-s* > IfTiskt-t No. 550() dr.ura the -0.000( Piize. IS. 195 R. 7-tf
Prjf. I (: !:; ( }, i.r p.iri.i-c; _
*' U&e Wovl'a Hair ; 01 conii.irt tu pitt.-lii-fc.: '
*, tfc' vliiiii -: ba* n tirpih of twcr.ty ot.0 fettta -olt stiU itt-c sviiJk.: those Tickets numbered 54 ?, I40, 551 652. will each ---
If '>v nipik; .-tliblc! <-li-s \xil.ti tin linJtf tht
j. ;
j ou ailiaire the teaul ful Lock, !iii 'it\. iw -
rri.itlicr M-jK-rior anclu'tajre of tweiiH-finir fet ; Use Pruf. \\ oed'e Hair Restorative.If 6-Iitti .. li ,-ss; it.ctt.. 1 'Lur P i.ltrv, 'J'h'- M.r\li I 'l LttuiVi have ',een irf esisteneefor be euti'.k-J to ?C.OO, Mid f-o -vccordh-g ;o tic-above i

r..i from tlionc** to the present pJiip! niicl.oraco: LlE jou admire tae BeauCful KIr.pots, i l !>rtt *i '.,. ir< ft\ or vt..;it !hlei.1 it :ttiy oti.i-r pltt.!; F.-rty Yf.iiThey sue iravt by .1 St.ite OfllcT, seLme. & Summer Goods !

i5t Pn opposite While BluiT. the chancel isniiN'iftii Use Prof. Wuod's Hair Iiftorative.If i -I n tl.e i--ukfl p'aee ; :i'i"l eivtv ofiViiding Iv ad TO, 'rfll!! bcdet'rrrineilby the Spring
fet.W oJeJ !last cf the Number tlatd'uv.B the $7u,0 Th? vhule count I is f wi'h figure
lsc. EesulLul r.ij.i tjst the :\isi"iis of niihnaiife. either your uu.ncy. r V
you & Complexion, :i'
<- are gratified to leirn that the onlt-rii of the B inii L<-Ufic .net-mi. B of them. I Piize. Fur example if the mvibvr iEran! nig tie
T.' celier t bluer, shall. n:> C'tnvjclioti. }bu li.ililito wwr TE H.VVI. :
or ova or
U o Prof. ou'ji Hair Ie.-oritiv. j paxj tnciiv5p BTOCE
Drptrtni'.ii, fir the Vixrn to proceed to Tcxr.?. ')jjit..\hiid Sl.ue LiUeiicr.VAO >7t.fl'> Pri? r oJv idi No. 1. then u'l ilic. Tickets.j .
- j a ?.i- nf nut JIT thtiti ui'-'- lioil.iis, nor ni'tuthan Itt
have teen connieriTsati'leil, ntul ii.fctrufticns. isaatu Ifyou Kish a Fi e Jrp'frcm 1'i'les.tac j v.-ue t the No. endiu 1, v. ;,! be enti'.I-fl to 520. If SPRING A3D SUMMER GOODS '
clull.iifir efith nud <>fK-nee, l the tltsctetionj -n-". t t'i: r raxr.
Pro W&r3'n Ha.r IlesloratirsIT t-vcy s ( !
for a fti-vvy of the Ch.niju-1 ju-J Car thj* (< a on. the No. it'J3 with No 2, tIon nil the Ticket* wLeie Per Sampson from New Turk
tL'' Ihti'it'ln" .
onihre: 2o !.o;' y >ftiCJibove! you wish to tpj-ei-r Young j i ii (,l-;.:. I) ( ', ikt.ZI)4 I-rr> L'vt"i KHV, .-LAF.-. the No. caJe Lit 2 will be entitled: to ?20.! and so on'toO. _1,__
i fn 4 ];' > fnri1rr i'tl.. J. TJial it sliri nn4i -
Ue Prof. Woods II-ur E -Bl r ith <( i
s'.1 enTt, v 4-t rr. i.srey nili J ri:ic 'he importance eIf To bf iran i in J.aHimi I'itj. Mav22. ISM LAPIES DRESS GOODSF
i be !.iv.-fil J >r rii.v r-oi m < to f R"tiII tin- -
want tostimcry p pfttn ,
of I I.C subject ij !!'< ;p! >nip; j.oti'-vof oO' jou ovc-rwheiininj -/2 l'> brasn I5aint! nut ofTi _.: : Ccrlifii-tvte<; Pnekascs will be tol.l at the fjilow-! I '
Eead tie C.riu'ir of Prof. Wood'. Ha.r: I.etcrstnc.II I n': .k* I bv IH.I un-'ii. .o : ermnnt.. anil >q]>fcitllvvil :>'tric; the atrtn i GratI Prize sit' .t4Ulo j 10 l'rizes 'A. V2C4)) r. tea, w Lii-h 13 the risk : 4CAPS:
(Middle n'l Et t flo-i.:' !. wl.-i 5J.\ > lor. fill the you welt i) Crd i:, > S <.J lritl.-;!-;-01- { wry < ((5ii !M.Hlk'! ji .ic.o t 1tii.tof . . in.tmo j { :Sli I'i"l Ctrtificut of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .>50 G BOOTS AND SHOES :

Vnnt of a Ol.Jl f Port tif n<1c to tKn I The Depo: is at iii iTarkct s:., S:. Louis! Missouri.t j :- when at the maiAvl; to att"iij I t t" ere'it.- :. .. . :,,0JO r.j .' . so '. 10 Half )
junte :rr It is a.sasJ.: bj y every jjojular I> tt in llie 1 :'W>;>'..S.. I/- ] ur'-La i _- tsn tie v !vie "f.T 1 v .u-ti'-l<; i I' ... . r.iw> i c -. .. TO 40 IIAP.D-WARE AND CROCKERY I
; \iantif l h'r: eoirnv re1 trar. acticnc.-A]> ? rug; oily .: : Q:: ; 10 Qu..rtr 20 I
trt co.ry. 4 : n:licks H :'}; ;. fo- :!ic (.:;i ;>use ti i ..iineeiiI 1
tola AdttrtMf, May 10. r. -- -- - i.-ji j ii; j>> 10 ilii'hlli: 10 SIMMER CLOTHING 1 1P.utation
__ Ft-bruary C, i i.r>S. CIyKi'aJict I ig t't.e Kiltie al n lii rur! i-::! ; n n jhail any pcr.-on I" . . I.oQli 7.1J2 Ii)
Railroad- Convention. ] or p-'suns p.iehaae, li'jiijis i .atktt Itou'a, MIV suchiLItil.8 1) .. . . 404) '- 14) !, In ordering Tickets or Cortiic.ite enclose them Ct J i. Mat irij. Groccri", &e, which wwi

_lnoi'cr (J y'tijjc; \\'<>iiii Cured i>i tlif i-f cfUK. j f. r the .j.iirjM.; iif again s=- ilinj the t.iine for I'iz. . . anoi.,: rcrst-natle! terms:

Want of room rcelu'led all remruk* from n\ relative ) M'LAXE'S CELKIillATEI VERMIFUGE, p.cuIatlOI: eil'ier;l' i-i or oat of niaikfi LoiSJa ; atiJ tic. Hahes |.*>, t'lurlrr <2.5, C. i pi i-f t \. hch, they will bt forwurtiixl by fir>t ruiit.! fi- GircusaC.4LL.j
to the 1 bt Railroad Contention in l.irt
our have tickets iti
Put chaser'
PP.IIlMIiLi LY JLK.MIXC tKOS.XEW I I zi.H3jK-ifc'in i-fffu-li:! iti f ithcr tf the aho e ji.-.rticu [ : ot! I'afkaijo ofliC; \chiols. .}i24 : ean eininiij .iny figure they HODOKISS SCOTT 4
number. Thiv -k. we c"pv the rcni.-.rks of the | lar. etthi-r! ni Ltr, cr or rt-ller: -hall nviclii-i 1 be 'it,. 'fi. n; i1dts. .. .... .. . tkRttiat'! POOLE.iS. .
editor of the Florida 2ci.s on that etilject, as ex- ; YOKE, Oct. 15. 1.'i2.r : MI ci r'i! I". x6 (>i.iri.-r . . . 81dc. :, The List jf Dr.wn Numbers r.--l l'riai will btsnt Ani1 &,- 10-tf l .-

presMntj our views iMrluipmore j'f rfr that I was troubled wiili H Uj eworai J li.-.ble to jiay a tiM. n"t er ed'Ti"; I t-ri-nty. tlular! f T | clo EC 10i : to j.arwliner5 immedustely: after the i iLi5" drawz. .
eaeli'i 4i.d! ffi the
nt tuaciet' of tin latenHji
i.-e n
every : -
] liav -.: }Lfsidos Lt _' Iih.' to l.r. the artic.1! blLuure(
; c
or | GIT?
the JWri. tlmt) too mich harping on the FubjecJ dies tor :his dreadful affliction but w ithout beiisp t.bito i HAVANA FLA.K. plain, an'l {gv.; 'i. r Tt Ottjf> > Rout.'y ard Slat HOTEL.S .
aitiCi"3 ir.i j h"
.o : nr c.> : U p'lrtrLiacd
will be nn injury* t" the i>trrprizp.Tl di-stroy r.. I of Dr. M'Ltnc's I ;puie 1 **
go one Aimaaacs, w l.ich rontainvU <= t3? 1-t-i it-nibi-r thrt e; Ary Puze n ttrn.wn uad
f'lrf.-ife t t!1.e th- < /ihu'-r\: :it the! di.-eii'Vii'n, oftl
e rerenrks of (;n. BROOME, at the openintr of iioiirig ofsc t-ral wondtrful turc that liarf Vr.. ri.r- All the numbers p.t: ii'the'.vw>i'l, Rsd E; cry Prize paaMei: : full with-i't: flw'iftif'n. I JOHN DEKHLY ,
t Ji.', Ii1.t'i : a-' V.L1.I'I.1. t" be sn'd! bj t! e ,
the Convention were \vi>rth more than c lumped f.jrirc.1 by tins Verm fiige. 1 r'-'ulieil tu tr\ it; a./ ,">-i.. ; jrr in nu' j ji J2T" All prizes of ? 1OW' :on.1 tialer"1 imrrcfiritily 1j"OULD reprctfuliv inform the that ha
SiasMjil.s:. i |p: .'ete s ;-. tnoiis-ind U.I'ir6 to the troik. nr.d if we are so fortunate o.att-h j.urchased b bottle. v.Lich, I took aocurd.t; to i1.rt.-i- i i.;;. s.->. -.0 i ip i In .'.hi.Phi'. IF'- '' 't flu olJt'nhi:
n* to sueeeeo in getting the proposed flod ti"ns_: an! the rtsult was, I d.aJ.zrgcd one large lj.e: sorpjIeating ; h-airlii$, fira Prti idrniti ovt.i of thirty days Uruwn llt-tel.) and will take charge on the first of

built as nt prefer. direJ.. a l-trrre shnr of the cr d- than! > b ( All comi.iunic.itioas strky! ef1ieritaI.
j more :ij t.r. 'dcsa number of.iiIL1i f-r"- TfIT f> TIJ A 1 i OK AND CONDOM DATED.-Extra Class C. [ May next His untiring'' exertions will be used to give
it will be (lfle liHt tliPt'iiRiiished t entlomsii] for hi* : : M. COTT, No. 70 < ntjni r. f t.rtrurcci'tr :. ._ i.a 2tf Li. ..k duress! Onlei. for Tickets or Certlficatis ID full uti-fieton t'. all who nil! patronize him.
-; To be drtivin iu lilliKWr, il.i.. suturUaj. MAY 2"ihlx>S.CO .
able instructions. His
oonvincin argtraent so :Zr- tiil:! bcci-eiu. to k tor OJI. M'l.'O. F'CELKSP.ATED Y") LA\-AY fi :i> m .. .- '. cti I Lc 7th ni. ; S. !S\VAX A CO., -iiigtista, Ga. April 24, 1S59.Nathans'. 17

f 'rciMy tad ri'Mjuenily aelver( (l. f-ecm+ d to j VLKMIFUCE.! bj FI.E-C: 51 of Ajml. t\., ;rtt.-.s.: (\ ;r J IJAliT' ) 6 >0 Pi '::< t -l' .iiOJ Ti-ki-t:* 1 ::5 r Persons residing near M"n'g'vry, Ala., rr

lirenlc-rlown) many olistnclcshich had long i IKOb. of PJ' 'v;! /,:. A:! ')tht- Vcrn.ifuges in con.iszri-] ba; sn.iiotli, H'..< ,'. nh' ),.. .2" ft- : 1 i ichea. MORE PHZl7V1.V ULAXKS. Atlanta, Gn., Lave their or&hrs filled and save '

p-evenled an entire union of sentimentnnd action, BOU arc wortliieis. Dr. M'Lane's genuine Vcn.i.iiI"I ).','h mi .' tin.-, by adJres'-ii.g b. Swan it Co., at either! cftnose j ji House *
in relation to our gi-npral interests. We believe ,
h.s celebrated Liver PiU.en" now be had ot all r1l.e. ,\ fi':! "' ili 1 t--t ;to '-ti lu f.ioi1 and n bi"i .in 1 i' Rli.E.-r'.'. sen F ME.NO ei'r.: -

the general desire now 15. to unite an-1 push tho i drug stores. A'one gtn.i.i\t u.lJiput t\e nynatute < / : t iI.t \hg-Ii.: Las i;.<"J tt'-tti :>!i. i ViI inU'il.--i.l ir i l i CO":: TVc. c/v for sulc; LI- E. M. U'rsr, QUINCY'FLoRIDA.
work ns fart as possible.-Florida Home ttorcrif> eizts. I-EIZE* I-AVABLE is FELL
Ilj I LEM1NG iFOS. rsati' !! !h.t* *-msi: 'ff{ 1 of !.
CUM ;u. < a pcice ore- > ( .. Talliiiiat'sceVi..
l'r.zeof---------31.4G) 4 | , May. 1 i1.'ru-cimat'n; tO $200 :
I eai-5. 1 JU?i.z.-i Zit t.'av.: Il-.rnev: iNoil; C'.u.i- 1 .. . t.tJo I It A lift of the uumberA that dr.itvu from mILE undersigned has ajcin opened n BOtlSE 6fi

i 1 I.ij.i ab..ut) 7 cr S : :!_'". I 1 v.iil K\\a\ i'.ny d..- .. . 16 ... 100 JM are Ente. tttii.H crlv ic t1burlcri: ; formerly known ll.c *viieul ivith the
A Nnv BREED or COCKROACHE*.-Among tlie recent iriJ I . 2nthia I amomt nf the Prize tlct each i ie '
a the ( iifi cjii i would
p .a-ia > be !
lais f> i by in :.ny Jui. i.i th ; boutLt.ri St.;: 5. ] tut.tied to will after pleaded ta
arrivals nt this port was a Sicilian bark, now 1 2ufI 0' N pnbl.ehed every di.iw- [ his.'-i-nff
__ i AL ': oAt ... ... .... 100 iu tho : l'Jo( fee a? any" Inur 1. NATHAS..ttpi.I .
lyin ct the foot of Chestnut i.treit. !She broncht -- | iu f.iliowiiig p.pers : Aajus'a ( ) Con- j I S. Ht>3 14

a quantity of live stock riot reprfs
of lading-n few myriads of cockroaches of Ptylea i :, ft fi & ii.J"-s ) . .. .. j Ch ,rltb'ou iHau.5.' 'il, fn sville! GaseJte Atl.m'a Ir.I '
-- - \ 't. tr Iig. :i jh.ooiJi blai-I; k To the
id \ Lich oai.not lo i= -- I .. .. 1.2'o; $ .. ICO tili ten '"i New org SVt eklj* Day I'ml, Fivannun Traveling PubLic
proportii'n < ottir\\ -e AF.IIVED.
] I \ ttiiI built ; 1 I
cry__ tjjiii-k .p'k a. : moves qic ; I ... .. 1,004P1 '
iir.proveUie species now kr.own here. Thf roncl May 15. Schr. A. C. VIPU Eonn. New Orleans. [ mtf ii; >'iit in e'iuvorst.n. g..itl I li-eth.! I j-nr- ,ibk 4 .. .. 1,1jIhi i ; '- ... 101 I| Muiniiig: News' Ricliiiiond 'Dlsontt'li, New Yetk Dio .

es are from two and a half to thiee incliea in it-rth U. t. msU l s'iimiT C'alhxun, Eodflsh. from Key Wrt:. Lf f: tli.ihi-n Ii.-i j in Nuiih C.iM ii.t a'-"iiJ t 0 1 Ii) .. .. . a $OI 411 ** .'. 40 i pLh, un. Paulil.nj: \S3 Clarion. j :Now ttoTIF
> : i' .
.oarae day fur New Orlt anh.1C. yea 19 . _;,ft 4(4 .W Niiv. 14. TS57. 4r.-1v
! still
larc' Some of fnl'ed
oni1* r. jjiem are ;. I" mail will;:z City ( io.ti.' i./r In-r in ,. ll-t-Soiith-
b. nn-amer Atlantic, Ttlbotl, N Orleans. LUt g\c n.y i lOo Si'ft 4'X' . -0 t
"st-orjiion back. nrd CJMTV aroumi a style of fl.31 same daj for Key \VeM. 4 rn Hia'tfS I v.-'I KM, gin fucLtm-ln J .ILiis!: f '
I >i' r .
?",Ot O i Prut-s of $- detiTinined I.' the Capital Fnze. 'nfoil.i : !
that cmncliw under one'- orts like .1 renwl al>ly \ CLEAIED. i eviiliiitf to co.iii itt tiny n Liic of Ij.ih/ricg or ever. : : :

tough <>gg6h'-ll. These Mlows are very queer look- | May 12. Brig E remington Jnn'-;. nitli !, 1 tLe earj St.&vs or c.t, in tLiu! "'7. i ii V", TifiiCls 1 !". llaht-s *5, Quarters -.50 B. A. FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE --- ..-.--

irg One of th<*m, we think would throw n iiCrto biilta rotton. 1 Onle Wood, l' 8 bu'idl--;. >k G. V.. ?.;,)OHC.Jf"t..c I A Xanur'r-' Certifl.tIi' nf Iakngca 1C AVtole", w1erepcron' It TRI-WCEKLT LINE of STAGES will
13 brlir.! Wild 1'igeoii. O'Lcur.i. N.dilmnti. w ::!! f sfolton. wich to the<'tilv. ui il! be sent lor. . .. . > ; run
i fny
s lady into hysterics. They arc lark 1,5own in 11 I bale :jam, P bal -* "ir'.!>i:rp>. C5 t'LJi.' J pc. /. i, I'm. :>:.i-. ir. I iKr -. v:< -.-ifi do. tto.i Ill n.ilvt',, tb... ? . 4do. '. ..:-:!. in c .-cti.,.> with tie S.. A.
color end when runiiinr l"ok like a grip of highly tine, ;5J do. ros.i, ru di-. tar, 1 boa nidzc.. 1 cat l.cju'>r. 1 ii,,. do. p; 'iarIt r,, ii ).. .. . i i-g SMfiii Nf. 7. M.'ndsysVeJiiosday ." and Fnd -

vainiflied rnalK-ennv linger prt-at ex'-itement In t.orcc hams. .'k'I cJ. $ I ti-i. M; Ighh;!: do.. .. .. .. u5f A ein AND SFEE axuEDT TOawM -1/9, in arrival of the Cjtrfioin Savannah
14 IJr.v M>stie, I is X. Y. wlii "no baUs cntton. 1 bale -is ; connect;
the wnv of speed they will t'neh our roali a IOR- wool. 2 bale* ckins. 14 cases t'lbicco lil: dry b.dcs, tbtta l.iuts O*V f fo: ? |. a i,, fi"vwniiiii.. nlniut frlv-five ; it>g at IVarefcbiin. with the Sus fioia BiUBSwWS-;
son They run with rem.irknl-ie rapidity und soon 4 njthr.. and : All nrdera f-r TVk-N t in tiie! nbr.-n ,[,! ml id | I
J'kjr's. u ii.ts. yea i. iILI l and 'J 'k. pa-in tr tliri.r'gh 3Iigiio'u, Milltnwu! and Tro Jvillej
: ei uai-hi-i tnd !
fo'ind thfir'way into the t'eirliborinjr stor**?. As yi Schtinid T\il i!! be frtifhf! i'iv ;i-nl nmn-pt'y'! lillid. IN' CHILDREN AND ADCLT3, INCLUDING, I .,'id arri ;
| ---- es :: Tbutnasvillt
--r=- ---- -= I L. I.. T. LAKE.. on Tues-duy, Thursday
box of crane* s contained a eoodiy supply ofthem. TAPE WORMS.
every 7v7 i.nd Saturday evei.i ; >. Leaves 'riiuniasVille
:ifN&top ; r / r 1.: : M
ther will.American doul>tls be beard fcom hereafter.FlLiladlphia j j Dr. J. E Leavitt, PeKiins nf a ii--t..n<'u wh> uVc ti purehas-j Ticks > RETAIL PKICE, 25 CTS. la\s. \\'ediied.i}s and FiiJaya, pas'ng through the

I orrms ms rEOFE->sio.xAi. SERVICES to TIIIFFJCEji ITaLIC. t'! in the )tar\ Li'id Stiti* L >t' rits, v'l' in fafnnI.r. -, !* PIE4aD AND SOLD T TiCs sole prvpHttcrt nbi-ve naiued pliioe' i>u letu.n rumeecd eflnneftlnj

We are informed- -- that the Ferr.andina and / \ SASH'S h'Z'.V BUILDING bear lie I 4 LLrrnIifir* S .. .HM imj p-r.i.ii-j; nild; to <-t tl.eie !le'ttito t the! Miina-jci?. K. TRAXCK
/A !iitlibi'i.i 1.1 tl.e! I/ .'O AWD J l'hiladelph.4.. Pa., & OulflUilroad, b'slage, at "Vk'aret- 4
CVdar Key Rnilrord is now gi-a1.-d tovith eleven j! V-/ Pt'stfFe. < ; : in .it ii l lu.oolt .V ( I'.ilniiH'ie. :Nf.'iiLind.. Tli *o n no desire to pur- B. A. JAUXESTOCK, HULL t Co.,New-Vcrk bu.o. en Tliurd .-
City, Tuesdays. aud
miles of the WeMern terminus, and the Contractor !I May 22, 1658. 21 j U Itt'r. l.iti- <>i J-.n fit-nt* ili-t .I't .1 a- !:t.rv ii- i i-l.a-e 1:1 tlif >i! -li>v Cee L<>tltrv f.f Kentucky. rues Savarit.uh and Brunswick s Snturdavs ; ar-

ftate* that lie nil) be able toeompletc the grading { tilled In pic"nt tliii) eliiiTi- i.-I I ilt-iuands tu tlie! t.nil will d-'n-ct tli. :r la"trs to the Maunders, R. FRANCE WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 51 CLIFF ST. fare from wme evening:

through to the Key by the first SepU-mVit-r pext. j' Gold Pens. -rtyin-u 'ititoini'.;t at i iot ti> M o'-r. (i \ in i Hfi- dCO.t: ,.. ,' iIi! -. Kv." % Buy of respectable dealers only Through Thinmsville to Savannah..f .

The iron now only 5s wanting to enable the Comp !1 ton \\itliniit, ikli\ uii'i lit >niii<> MI iu!! lie hisin-il i'f j M.ireh <'. lbS.; 10-1 Examine the Initials of-the name to be sure you get the O. W. MrtKttt WILL t CO." Proprietors:

A FIlE II supply juit ceivd anti jor rale by nut pitff 'jJtd itl.iu two \rar from this their fond and Only Genuine
to since the B.
.nv complete people FAHnnrocK'g llJAMErf
1 JL\ Trouprille, May 8, 1S58.
Mn:1s & GOIUIAN. 1'. \v. 19-Stn
W1IIi E AdTi '
of this pnrt of the State have come to n better un- Maryland State Lotteries k
May 22, 1656. 21 M21y .' ] '
lr5tftn4liUffl Rnilroad
( rnntteif. the prospect* for j & LIVELY

oV-tainine the rlesireil supplv ar s brightening. I STotice R, FKjM'C f. (CO., Manafcrs! Sole! Agents for Tallabaasee.IS..S. SCHEDULE OF TKAIKSFLORIDA

Florida Home Carr>jrcrnion, Afcy 4. Tgsihpllci. Wnncpww .-.-- -.4- .-- --- JtTril iO. l5-ly cq 'tilE

-- I V | O IX moiitlm) after dal- I bliu.l! pre .-n' my tini! ne CAUTIOXXOTICE. _ BAIL

Wrrrnfc Dow A REVIVAL-Tl.e revival at Portsmouth ALBANY.W&.GEORGIA. O ciniiit nii'l v.iucl.rts to the JI"ii. Ju c of'teI ( SELECT SCHOOL<> ROAD.

Ohio terminated in n week's dejmte e i I fyi .1.-tr ,isoii county, a* ii'Itninistritor if (tie E-tile ) KIiSONS ':vir.p at a distance: honld be extremeIv '

teen Rev. Mr. Franklin and Rev. Mr. Merrill on -.-_.. 1 (John'! !}' H. Illark'r'liM"' I 1-t-J of K d 1 cornlv. dwoasi-d], I l yiiiTn'is i-t whi-m I tlu-y tinier Luttt-ry Tickets 9'iIE ITNDEItSIGXED! b :9 leare tu inform tie

ihe subject of Baitbni. Tli ie was A high state of "lIE above HOTEL in Albany, the present tennJL anJ ifk fur P. discbnrire' ff-n ?iiid ac!" ion. or CfiiiuiM'fs.if r.i'J-i Cs; ot fTj'i. (Is. The country -I ctizeii! of Trali.ii-bec!'! auJ-\iciiiu. tInt In- pio :

be'ligerenf excitement and Mr. Merrill was publicly tnus of the Georgia nud Florida Railroad, is '. TfiOj; U. OL'liU, AJmiV.I I i, fl.] ."! .il \\itli (h. tia aiii frtviujli.jfj L"tteiies. Uv- tt) jiiri ? c 3 < <; I ..Chb)1 frthe LEAVES

presented with a gold watch bv the party that considered now op n for the reception of the May 1:;, 165B.: 20-Cii I ( ry indi.ceini-i.t i> laid I out to IT. t JUTMTI to invest instructlcn <>f S Olin. lla\ii: g Loti ot.n .iJtratilo eipjiifiice FERNANDJXA DAILY,

him the victor. His Rev. opponent arose TRAVELING PUBLIC. j ii't)ey i-i (i.t-m. Cir'iitul 1'ii, iis jf fnnu *2U0'C'( to ii: tt jtcliiiif m ijis V.tV, I luye, bami \ un;irhig zeil (LY0.1 YS EXChF'tED )

1o iv that he expected his reward in heaven, but For Hire !I f-Sii.iK)'; iituil lla'ir ('!ii.-'iif--with tickt-' nt $3J l tinremittcd ea'rgy.: to lueiit ft sl.are! uI [p.tdc! arnviil '

was hissed oown. The revival stopped when thevater The House anl l Furniture aic new. The 1'rcptic- J f Ij 100 I (o ) Prizes ;u.- i.ttt-ii-tl, ti.-kt-u ?5. All p.Mciiagi, .. The irrciitist care will l>u taki-.. with ON of Steamer from Ctf.rleaton] an4.

controversy commenced. tot i is determined to make it a A NEGRO GIRL, who is u g<>ed Seu-wstrcss, I Audi in, c\r_ nutiitiof-. : I fiaudti k ; and! i if money is hose coiiim-tied to my ch4arge, both ij regircl to ritnnnlt. c .tinectin at CuHnhtt. t ith Stags foi'Trader's
Washer and Irouer. .Hill HMO Ontr-! Ga. BaldwinwithOoaln.
-- FIRST CLASS HOTEL t-nit to I tli'.iu! f.r i liL-kt-t-5. it in on I..UL-I! ihit.wn nwuj pni retB and morals. j ;
Apply to COL. BEFtILY.M !j! \i iilniiit: tlir> -Ito!ov of a ci'iiuctof ettir1g n piize I As complete and thorough an education wi.l be Stage 'r Tc.lIahasecy ; at Tsnjl Bridge 'wth Stage

mother Dften'ion of an Amrrican Vwcl by a and hopes by strict attention to the wants of his iy 8. 1853. lt31tNotice. | Uewnr c.f all Lutteiirs where the Capital Piize is givm ns can be obtained at any other Institution in br Niddlehr' ; sari a Starke %vith Surge. fir IennnilIe

l3ritjiilg* Cruixrr.-Boston. May 13.-Captain Brav.o I Guests, to meiit patronage of the Public. j unusually luigem comparison to the price nf tickets. the State, end as soon as the patrorage will tarraiit (i.inanlle, MicanOpy, Plemingto; *ntt
the brig Robert Wing, which arrived here this j L. H. DURHAM Proprietor. able and assistants '
will be
Iii t-MT) iiistai.c; wlieie lire priie-i are uRV-red for a compett'iit procured. Iu

fr mrrnine.British reports cruiser off Inngiifl, on th1 2Pth and tilt.examined a boat Albany, Ga.. May 22. 1858. 21lyNOTICE. | OIX weeks after tlic |:ubl'c.itn'ii, of this u-.tice, the j 6iii.iII fust of ti.-hfets. put it < filongeide ; or
m *
a came eaian'l
th* brig'; O undersigned will make ap| ln-.itiuij 'o tlic Jlt-n Th1 Kentucky Stute Lottory fur the benefit of the j BOOXKEPINGwill Steamers for Savannah connecUn-c and at Fernaadinwltb p

paper1. tif Piob.tte, of Laf.t file fo !citrr3 i-f Sht-loy C.dl-ge. tinder our ninnngemcnt, ii* the only be commenced and. Charleston, on Monday*
Previous *endine the l oitf the cruiser fired a Judge } c-'Utity, j those pupils deirons of embracing Tuesday, Wednesday and Fiiday.A. .
J minis tuition the Eelii! of G. W. \Viiitl dcet.i8fd L'>ttrry jn the U'ni ted States which is legally dcciI I
on e commercial
pun. There were a >h>> and n schooner in company TO ALL WHOM it may CONCERN : a y, 1 1tied a life will be fully crualifiod ta H. .
late ()niid county. WAI. 0. CLEUG. by the Maryland Drawings; all other Lotteries enter upon the duties of the Counting Room. COLSup'L
at the time. The schooner wan detained on us- May 1. 1858.
"VTGT1CK i is hereby given that application will be May 15, 1S58. 20-tw t v liich! jiury 'it ti< be decided by the Maryland Draw- Classic anil Higher Branches of Eiigih! pet'Term 18Railroad
pic loa of being a slaver. J\ mad to the ensuing Geural Assembly of the j1et 1e f.nuds. -
of Fite, Months

SLAVERY tv KEXTTCET.-*-Tb Louisville Courier State Seminary of Andrew change College the name, and of aU-o East a change Florida. Pure Zinc White, "THIS MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES. Primary Department ... .. . .. .. .$25 15 00 00 Notice]t. .

Its there is stampede of the Purchara if the Maryland State Lotteries, then Th# exercises of the. Scc;>ot will commecc* ou
now an extraordinary afjs charter to conform in all respects to thi of a (GROUND in prepared LlbSELD 0IL.)
*1 vee in that State. Negroes are daily escaping COLLEGE. i in behalf the Board of Trnstecs. yu iirt euro of bei-ig right, And in orderinj; in the 3101'TbAYJnnuary 4th, 1858.
Signed have just restived a fresh supply) of this new Lotteii of fair and Any infotmttion can be obtained ,
from their owners in startling numbers. They go JOHN C. LET, President. WE Maryldti-l you ate sore honest required by ap- '
and beautfuI: White, diie-t from the maim- plication to the subscriber his
at residence
off. That drawings. or ut Uxe
me. two three, or a dozen fit a time. paper -
attributes thi unusual increment to the presence May 2!, 1858. 21 factory, iind offer it to the public with niot p< rfect One thing look to. and that is, if you order from I Store ol CoL R. H. BIBRT. Monticello Branch_Railroad/

of Abolitionists. It Black confidence as i>is>fewn nil the qualities which r n any licensed vender m Baltimore, do not receive any D.B.CLAYT01T. ) -

B publicans numerous are at thick in these says as ivolvf* Notice.SIX der u paint most desirable, viz : Its inrrmpuntble but Manager Tickets ami jlauajfers' Printed Certifi- Sec.S. 1S57. 49 A N instaliient of 20 per ent M called for; p

parts this uotice- bnlli.iucy of Culm;freedom fi.m ullpoisonous ThK .' Ceitificatua -lA. ble UtXl.iy, 1839.and trn6 cf 50pe eent'.ay.'
on a prairie. It u almost respectable to be a nigger- Months from the firat publication qua cats of Packages. Maiutger* have
itic -never the health of the workmen, or Notice able on lit Jvc, 1853 fr>m iubienVrX to 'th7
stealer." nnd.rtignd will exhibit his final account injuring 'i tho numbers printed and havd the lithographed tigmttara -

and voucher as administrator of the Estate of John inmates cf newly painted apartments-its dorabllftv of U. France persona ant demands debt .- .
or of Director .
A dandy board steamboat Blood by Vf. Argyle dMatec4. late of Lena oonuty, to thaEooorahU in the most- exposed situations, and its great upen- 'Wo one has a right to tend his individual certifiCates -d. ngaiiwt the Estate of John Braden -
on a lately deceased.
onLy to W7iiti Lead in all the various to which if ho does it ba there ii frau jltsirg. DenLam t Pulraer.ara sctlihnzcd toVt?
and *aw fall tb flecV without of Jage J"rebate of said cjunty. wd uk uses and sure a at the late Jefferson cony.: wi:! the
yonng lady on present tame with ceit the eertiiratM
iAjpe.tind toianne for saI'
f be di ciareed. tha Utter ha bersUfore been .appHed. For fftU by bottom of it. FRANCE & C6, in the titus limited iu
riag to Assist her. On being uk4 for an explan to by the law. or the iirue will he iUlmen flPLAG'-

ation. v*, wajng," .yIFO'41' for an Jnlro- D. C. LEWIS, AdaitVJlOm AMES & LIVELY Manager of MarylfluH Stat Lotttrie. forer r barred. -C :BRADEJ, Eztr'x. '" j-F.TrMBrerPn.Mar8.
1 I .
setiOL" j Ma' Aprils, 1858. 14' :; Feb. 20. 1658. 8-4zo April 15.-1853. .20-By .. ,' 1PS8 12-tT %-rt%

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TAo Floridian & Journal Change'of:Scliedule B. BROKWB. HEW C1BBIAGE SHOP. WILLIAM P.SLtJSSER, ._moB TALL1E&SEE ct,

li P*bHhed rerj SATrRDAT. by LIVERY HI SUBTALLAHASSEE TUUS rpHK tmOerw nea'beg fcavi to inform the tiJ. TALLAHASSEE OBIDA.MAKorAcHn VLOnflWii1.u1.
of that Li LU sd Bataft
FLORIDA. sen* TambukM and TioesoHr. fDEUOB
K OF Copi Mt/Tr*
opened a carriage in this ,
. vocld in- shop p1eoInmg il ABB KEDICISis.: Wand
At Two DouBt per asusa, :n id van**. On the Tallahassee and Fensacola & Oeo. J. form Proprietor hi*friends and tbepcbic Brokan's Livery Stables, WARE, WUOLESALK A PDCALEB JArND Perfumery, D7sthfs, irgielIatrtzn.cte

RAIL-ROAD. that be has rebuilt his, IS PLAIN, FAJCCTT A$DWAHE. Snsff ,
TERMS OF ADStERTST. > in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Grocer, SEkea. WiJoi Class. pa
4-s.- large Brftrk Stables, at the old stand, and is now where he is prepared to di all kind*. of work in his O1*. Vanishes,Pntty MnDfaIelured Toba'
O* sqt>*reof 12 lines.or l *tfi reinsertion, 11 00 ON and after Monday tbe 2 2nd da j cf February, j t prepared to accommodate his friends and customers line, at the shortest notice and on the moet Store Bead-Quarter* and Glue Ware, Patt MedieDH

. cash ...t-t 50Prof I freight and pastccfrer Train on these Roads He also Las attached to his Stable, a good Blacksmith ; REASONABLE TERMS A SPLENDID aseorlinent ofCqvu' Parlor FIne Soaps, Fin. TooTh, l'ure Wzne. and, Bra
onaJaT>d 3LiUfi. Ciisrted al JlO will be follows where be will have have done all ,
. per ran daily as (Sundays excepted: Shop kind of JTX and Wood StoVfci, tfmro! .d with beatutssj flair BruaU. f
$ooooo. Bttvttn Tallafiattet and fit Mcrkt ; j I Plantation wntk. Horse < Iioe.ifr, and Carriagework in inch as carriage painting and trimming; making new Paint Brushes. Fancy
L Advertsents! n.t mailed with *he nrsreber i-i the very best manner and with promptness and dis buggies and xragoas, and nil kirds! cf repairing. Having j and durability, at reduced prices. Garden Scads will be eufclbaed until fl-'Md, ci.rgG Leave Tallahassee. .. .. ... ..11 A.M.exeept patch. procured a first rate Ont Door Work. TioelIaya Segiri.
: ( the Iftth and 29lb of each month when tbe) yLaverteenUyre.eeia a Lazg ej
.oidzg1y. J NoTcaeber 5. 1853. 44Carriage' I Front Head., Gultering. Copper ,
Painter and Trimmer s1rpl3
Carriage every rinetjcf article
Train will leave at 9, unless those days ball fall nsuai1.
tWCerti6eatti of pubF-rM o cf leg J r e.tte : and Tin Conducting Pipee.Shet Lead, Sheet PI3nters aLd kept by
betice$will not be given uttiltr- dvertiIog: fee is upon Monday. Wednesday or Friday, as per Schedule ,i Buggies; and Harness, from New York, the undersigned is prepared to do Zinc. Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work at estiblSaosent Pbyskiaxs wfl iIwy,

_a. for P. & G. R. R, in which case'the hour of For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. j this kind of work as well and in the latest style, aa it of every variety done at ebort.notice. dd. and the a full suply uererything ne
wiU! be as usual at 11.) caI j be done at the North. en no.t literal! t nr.a

-- -- Arrive at St Mark?. .. .. .12.15 1'. M. 9"HE Subscriber just received j jTtry All!! those who have this kind of work to do, and City and Country Ulcrchauta Orders from the Cotn y pronplro aud.atIss,,

BLACKSKITH Leave St. Nr :. .. .. . 3.30P.M. ._a_ large supply of Carriages, R-jb it done in a manner that will not fail to give call befoie tion guaranteed, with regard bot1 t.Jf. ani
invited qusli
AmTe p.t Tallsbassee! . . 4.45 P. II. I -Bougies. xn.l Harncse, whirh! he offars ; satisfaction, world do well to call i Are respectfully togive me a purchasing Pbyeican'sprescriptici.j*refuu. compocd..j
And when for4ie 1 on the most rt-aj-iuable lenr. onWM. i eleewbere. Alio Epptnjr's compound fluid
on Sundays ce' essarv to co--.rct wth EUHNS. -. the 1ztrac of
TOTICEi* iven that November 18. 185S. 4ii N. B. All articles maaufactued from very -Jao 5 1851Cs
_-1c-- bcre&j j the line of Mail Stesmfrs plyicjy e cen New Orleans. May 2. 57 1S ,
in.ittrial anJ tt arrant ed durable. No other artii
L' Ibe BiAcr vrrHiso Drr- \Ves-t tnd Havana which nmve Left
Key at. and Cod
j MILES NASH Liver 011.Pt'REcftheceleau.
& CO.
lewill be f'> sale, .
_ _EXES will L ct.Diinx.ei Leieto- Piano Fortes. i r
s der irt fruU St ilarki ca tue 15L end S9ih '-feath
fore at the jLH kTA 'D ci I). C. Wiuoy, iu the month.On Dealers in Bruges, Medicines, &c. j jI E arc prepared to furnish! PlanuFcr i October'JO, ISJ3. -12Wlccs FRESH i n

ame, ttvle ted firm ofE. Fen'AcoT.i & Georgia Rail Read a Tii-weekv! I TUST received from Is\w Yoik per bark R.H. GaratJ FE { s. cf the very beat qualay.upon Syrcps &c. tale Clark i Co, d Rushton's.For .

:S. Fitts & Co. train Wi!! Lenia 03 Mj .claje Wednesday sand Satci; ble. a geper-1 amrtdent of articles in our line, the most liberal term. I by AMES A LIVELY
3 eaTs! : J t) 4 f-.fli as 0s of almost every kind. Burning FluitfVhte They are second to none iu any country cither aate I / VLDOtard Brandy, b parkin? CJrJ ApriU. USS. 14

Grateful for the palronag" !i<--tof'-r extend
Ibcj ire now bciltr detenr.iseJ U Arrive ft Station No. S (Walker's Mill.',. 810 A. M. best o.aliy! 1'u'lv: Flushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling Every Lrument will be wnrrat.ted. Madeira, Brandy Chmiee. Notice.SIX .

SPARE: "VO PAi.VSo Leave Station: No. 3. .. . .. . t 4 A. M. Gelaticr London Mcfrtard, French Brandy (very best,) MILLS NASH 1 CO. Sherry, Sardines, Months fr=ra the first publication cf tbw BO-

all Lo favor Arnve at Tallahassee. . . .. !10.40 A. M. ( purjosos. Spices. Pepper. LemcnSyrup, February 23, 1.35. S Sparklinjj! Gelatine, Preserved Qnino the undesigned a ilicirustrntor of tL, 2*.
I *o tbeir paii to flKoniL'ccla lasy Peruvian Bark, Fluid, Extract Bjchu, ___ i; Ilavoririj Extracts P ari.Yent tate of Robert Sterna. de-c3e-J, late of Lt Q .
HACK leave M-uL rtvaIftbe wno.ty
A St. Trau
; them %iib tb ir patrrr.i ? on ic.. i-*., twd a genera assoitfuent of Po'iuiur; P.iteu*. i 78,000 Havana Powderi,, will!! present his: final account and vcucheri ajuud*
for Newport acd returns :a .ie to corjject with the Segars .
SUCH AS llec'c-i'es. Y>"c keep nrne but the very best &ad i Spanish Olives, Spices, adawnutmtor, an i ask fur a discharge.
Trhin TalLse.
up to I hope to ini'- your Fitonae. F the following favcrife brand, now in Store Corn Starch. Pwkle?. DANIEL D. STUR3E3, Adafr.2fin .
Horse Sfaeing, Ironing ci Re to Ft. itrks! .?1CO C? Worcestershire L'&ui Salad Oil
:: ::: i : JULES ::ASU, A co. nicrca1eby A.11C & LIVELY. ? Jan.t. lESS.
p I? pairing Centaurs T: U ihiq If ) taStaiionNo. 1, Pea.i March! 29. ISEC 1 4000 Young America, I I English Mustard, Capers,

'1 gict, Planfal' : fork of $ { 0;eo. ?. Iv.. .. . ... .. .. vC I SOOO Ho Napier, j I Claret, Coct u, InsoivenfEstat lot ILL r
Fare from Tihtiaece! to Station No. 2, Pen.A WAiKULLAIEOil WORKS i 6000 El Muudae Neva Lou Jree, ; AMI.. i LIVELY.

rwry dcscrtj-li'jit, Geo.R. R.. . . . . .. tOCO Emjveas Eugenia, 1 Jacunrv 5, 155tI.Livery \ persona aain the eat>f
21W Irons and repairrt, Ironing Wagons :! i. Jacen M. V> illia-> }9te cf Leon coanU, d .
Fare from Tallahassee- Station No. 3, (Vt'tlktt'i -- ew cr- ; 5000 La IslctaF, *
and Cart" r.l). 1.COcharit 40i.O: Old Figaro, ceased are !h r by notified to appeir eej fife t.
I Under Fell Blast. and Sale Stable. same wiih theJii(>! eof Probate of Leon
is "o\v
This Establi inent ccoaf
&d iu fnet eTcry .the' d: cr.Jt03 : and Steel ill of which we wAKtAxr, a-.d pledge h-t2L1, J on J'ott'ifota tt Gjr ii Rail fault lOcOO La Favourita '.u 'MIE uadersigte.l ces i. C.UJday of Jy: ; 1 8S3. fcr paYment pr.
n.ta. erecaicr f ji-J
oreelves! to execute at tie *lvt'-t n.tiee. 1R5&. /<-. Ufjd'I
t. II. li. Fill i CO. FliOX ST.: MA11KS TO STATIOx'l 2. ;.1 : O: ba? takf-n charge; all communications therefore 10000 La FonticR, the Livery Stable of. _ : inaolvency. D.
P F.h 97, JiiO. P-!: Cotton ptr L1ie.:7| Tj 100 1 relative! to work t''*., thould bo addressed to him. 7000 El De Oiion, William H.Newsom,in Talahaa! ,together with the VT. GWYXN,

.. Tobacco jtrl xec per IOU ibs. . .i-25 |25 j 25C'rnariS I Ail work c aii.g under the Lead of this business 12000 Regalia Londre. | pool will of the tabliai.tneiit, and that he i is now Jaa.2. 5 ln Judge of ProbaU.

t -'-- other craiu :n sacks prrLu&hclSO] ]10 { 10 I will b<( --- --- -- -- ---- -.- .

t Salt per crick. .. .. .. . .. .,40 10 j 40 'I! at as Moderate"a charge as price of labor, Ac will 17. 1857. 42 and promises the public; with good acconvmodatiou ---

Kay in Bales Pfr 100( Ibs. . . !:25 '25 25Lim I'justify.! in his lice oa reasonable tcrns.LICHAKD. 'Notice.

Cement, fc'Iate! ''i&sterind! Guann'iu J This: Establishment is not kept up for the p"jrpo DENTISTRY.flu. SAUXDERS. SIX Months after date we the undersigned ad.

pecka5 s j>er ICOr.\\ . '25 25 25 of making money, ( iTrze to cay,) as deui bcu, bt I Ij ; Htp. C, 13t3:: S6E of the Estate of JtLa Sititi d.

Par lion per 100 ibe. . .. . I 2o 25 25 j eijierienee: L.T9 dem-nstr.itod to me, ii cannot be done ; T. J. CUP LEE, ceased, late cf Gadsden cointv. will present our'finalaccounts

: All "tbtr gcodi per ICO !th'. .. . 30 SO SO t in thin region at thU branch of bus:>i ss-but for the 7"II.L cor.thue.-iofuture, the practice : PifON FOUNDRY and vocclers to the lion. JuJ e of Probate
1 benefit r'ftbe ui-fortui.atc. TrLo happen to have En- ; V of DENTISTRY, in South of said count and ask to be discharged. *
TJO.Vj :
such like and Middle j East Florida. a11tIazLee 11I THOMAS R. SMITH
| gine3.I'j to impair. Georgia r. )
Cotton per bale. . . . .. 25 -> t50 Admtrs.Quincv. .
Tobacco in Boxes per 100 Us. . . J12 'l2j 12J Tin Pat'rrn;. .S/'vcv, Maehintry, Tool*, dc., leiny lIe has had several years practical experience in the I UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the JOHN H. SMITh f
CoruardutLergri.u.iackspei bushel. ,! t. 5r < 3, i in. Orlf, (l7sd Good (Condition profession, the last three of which has been in those JL public that they have associated themselves in Nov. 21, I57. 476mNotice. pack. . . . . . .|2o 25 25 ': J.-t nn Le Turned Ot with s.ctic'c9 of country. His work H of the mctst beauti- business, uuder the narae and style of i -----

Hay'in Dales per 100 Iba. .. . ::12: 12j.12JLiu ; Xcalntti and i\patch. \ fal and I in durable instance.character and satisfaction is guarantee ; Cardy, Baja & Co., .

I : c, Cement, Slate, Plaster and Gu- 1 Shafting. Pallif; Plumber, Boxes, llangin for every Months after date, I shall as executor oft&
All communications Monticello I-la will
; sent to for roe cf following the trade Founders and SIX
ano in packages per 100 ibm. 12 12ijl2! ? 1 fcbaflings. Spur Geanrg, Water and Seam'! Pipe, purpose of Charles T. J. Smgellou, late of Jefferson
attention soon Maehioi't and to all kinds of
Ames & Lively Br Iron per 100 Ibs. . . . 12f. 12 j 12$ Step C'-'ks. Oa'jge C\.cks. Grntc Bars, Plow, will receive permit. aa as previous engagements it-oik are lo prepared ibis business.execute Steam county, Florida, deceased, render EOT final as..

recsived the following, krgoand well All other gocds per ICO Ibs. . . .,,15 ,15 ;i5 Srgjr Roller. Circular anJ Upright atr Mill ai.d appertaining to order and warranted to give satisfaction Egir.esfem1bed ; counts, and apply lo the Eon. Judge of "Probate, of
HAVE of BRUSHES which Giiat Mill Circular and Saw, i .. i said for from further administration
susoitment are EDWARD HOL'STOU::, Gearing. 1'priLt ? j i Sugar Mills and Castings cf all kinds trade with county a discharge -
offered for Bale en as terms as can be ffrrded Ac.. ic.., Generally kcr t on Hand, or got fp en Short j 1EERF.cEs : of said estate.
Prcs. Superintendent.February neatness aud dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished ,
in any Southern Mioket, viz: $ Notice. In Fact, Here ie the Place fir all that SVat Gov. M. S. PEEP.V, Florida. CHARLES T. J. SING ELTON.

Paint Brn ire?, ground f.-ow 0 to OOOC-OO, 13,155 7Dm"NEW ;, Work in this Line Done up Right and with Dispatch. Ho.v. J. L. SEWAEDM) .,. ,,.. : of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. They i Qualified Ex'r.Nov. .
.mnomasviixe. are also sole ngcuU for Hoard & Sons Steam Engines J JI
do do do Copperbour.d from No. 1 to 6, | Having one half a dozen Engines myself cnn-tauV- t Hos. P. E. LOVE, S 28, 1S57. 48-6in
for Cotton and
Ginning Grinding Sawing, _
White Wash, cf all grade: and sizes, GOODS. j ly tunning. causd the Establishment to be erected lION. Jl" J. DitwoRTii, ) Fla. I Grist Mills fur steam or horse -
do Heree Io the must it Thfrcfore REV. HAMILTON, J power.
Window fame cause keep up. you can JOSEPH CARD7 Notice.SIX .

Shoe do in paij and rUi top knvt. JOHN PRATOBIOTJS always rely on having work d<." at the Hox. J. C.fc TIIEE, .iadiicn, FIn.JE I, WILLIAM BAYA, Months after the first .
publication cf tL's
fli Root Bath Bru-hes, f Cot. 11. C. 1-orE. B*
( M. W Fla. i tie tr Jersipn will! Lis final
do d-> Velvet do MERCHANT TAILOR :( ir SMITH Alligator, present sj-
May SO, 57. 22-ly count aud vouchers acncicljtrator .
Hone Hair Flesh do curved ana plain, April 25, 57. 17 as .f the Estate
Tooth, Hair and Nail Bashes, ir, great T iety, Dealer !hi Ready "face Clothing' and Here Comes llir. Xeyt Important TJ.inr." i"- ETNA cf Eliza J. Jerkins deceased. late of Leon countr" ,

Infant's do duHor Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods From New York and ask for a dicharge.W'. B.M ILLS Adtnt'r.
i PAY PAY PAY Jan. 23. 1653. 4-6m
do F1e1i G1wei'. i INSURANCE CONPANY _A _ _ _
Wire bound Stencil Brulie. j YOJ vrill tend to New York, Philadelphia. .rri: Balj 1T.R PRIG REJILYG TaX."
I Fall and Winter
an note receiving
my supply OF ILl I:T1URD. Notice.IX
do do marking tO j tirr.ore. and have woik done, whhout f-r a rriomentnp Onion .
HhDSrgar, ?
lion bound Roof do of Cloths, Cafiiicres, Vcsliugs, <\c.t cj ; of crtdi*., lint here ct iiome vrheic there are I'._) Loaf Rio Coffee, months after date. I hal!! present try final aiconr

Handle Scr.ib do Color and j no Banks or I'aiikin, ? facilities, or surplus capital, TOJ I Powd.-rc-l Java | Incorporated in 1P.-Charier Perpetual f fi L ,t and vouchers to tie Hon. Judge of Probate?

Pocoah nd Laikenng do Every Style Quality, want 1, 2?, .". 4 5 years rrcilit and then require Bee Hive S\rup starch, for Jefferson Bounty, as atltainislratrix of the Estst

Guilders tips aud Graining C.rnb. JilcJi I am prepared lo make vp in the most n-ic to ride from L-'j; to 50 nlks! fr pay an.i pit-ba-' Driod Apples, Soap, i CASIJ CAPITAL,-81OOO.OCO. ( f -pj.imia WiudLam, late cf said cocnty deceased.
j ultlsnaUljf expend from 10 to 25 ulcft .. and ask fir from said administration.
Camel's Hair: and Badgers: El Iea'krs, t biy perc I Pepper, t a discharge
do do Pencilf.ShaTing fashionable style, 01 short no'.icc t amount in collecting '. Is tlij right I Is this er. our- White teats, Ginger, 'i I5SCP.E AOAIX3TLO?' AND DAMAGE CT FIEE, t JANE WINDHAM, Admt's.

Brashes-Eadgtr, Buffalo tud Brln'Je, AND REASONABLE TERMS aging Home Industry ? Ifeo, caa you be surpriatdI Fulton Market &et, AUpice. ) OXTEEiJs ADAPTED THE liAZAEI?, Feb. f. 185& 6-Cm
Hat do ALSOA I that it does not thrive ? i AND CONITTNT 71TT TI! LWI
Sulcratia, Sweet Oil.
'Together wilh a large lot of Paints' and Painters Ma I Arrangements must be made for payment before sod, Fji'-rri Caudles.Fot i OF COMIEX-ATION. 1 1I Notice.SIX .

: terials.Ifor. LAHCE ASD WELL SELECTED STOCK OP delivery of voik, through setae House in this place :Ash, Adamn'io8! Cmdles, I i B. C. LEWIS, A gen:, : Months after date I shall presert my Sna!
14, 1f. 47UnitedStates St.t i-arks, or Tai1r.hasec-tLat is fcr enough from Tiliahasse and and voscL the .
READY-MADE CLOTHING, Maccarcni, Grcti. Pea, For vicinity. j ?' to Honorable Judg
i Lome. Mncp, Asparagus, Ang'istI. 1:57. S of Probate Jeffer5on-coL -ty, as admnitrat.! of
Con itin of every gatTn#nt suitable for winter wear, You 1 bs but after I
may good we cannot run our -- --
Mail Line such as Cloaks, Talmas, Coats, Ve'U, Pants, Hcsides when Pickles assorted Tomatoes the estate of Alfred W., late of raid county,
earning! m < psrtnet.t. QUiNiNEf
wbich will be disposed of at JOT r--cer. Yeast Powder, Current Jelly, deceased, and ask for a Jischar s from said adml. -
pao-1 { Labor is c: edited out, parties try hard to makethem- I '
pfETf ORLEANS TO KEY WES'Ac Also a larzr- lot of Plain nnd Fanv Shi.-ts. Collars. :i selves believe it h not half done, because they owe Matches, Lobsters. ST receireilC'.' OUNCES ScilTih Quinine, istra'ion. ALFRED RAYSOR, Admt r.MirJn .
Undershirt .Cravats Siw-k tc. J-c. ALSOA 6, 1853. !0-Ca
1 ? Hosiery. Vr a. J z-ai'i' Jtiri > Those desiring a thorough outfit will consult their j DANIEL LADD. general asTtmcut of Teas.A j ofrar ('tiemicals! AHES .' T.TVFI V i ---

INTERMEDIATE FRQRIDA PORTS, : own hiteret4 by {rising me a ci.ll, as all the above ar- New 7VrI sly 1', 1". 23 r. a o i, A< !? : t 8, 1857 32 Notice.A .
COSXECTED TTI7II THE tides have bcn utJectcdiih great care, nd with a An est'-n'ive assortment of cE=otte:' CAN'DY. LL person! having eleinands apalc,t tLe Estate

STEAMER ISABEL I c--.I.: jew to thciradaptatioH to this maikct.] Cloaks For sale by li. II. BJLRRY. : The Original Extra duality .' of Saraurl W.Stephens late Jefferson county,
': October ie.1 we. :j-i: Mantillas, sept. r. sT7. dece iced. 'will take notice that they iru t present

7 BATA>_A UfO_ CHALLEUOX AT ZET WEbT. HPALMAS, lin.vl and unlined, I CORN STARCH. ; them to the sndersi ned, duly! 5".benticMed, witlta

J. 'F li wish Hood", Butler & Ddnham i "OREPAREDexprs's'y for Pudding?, Ice Cream, the time prescribed by law or this notice will be

THE SOL Til CRNSteamsMp A. B. CLARKE, Prir.ieJ Plush do : ,* RE now opening their FALL and WINTER 1 JL Cakes, Dance Mang, Cu'tnrd*. Pies. Pcrrige?, plead in bar of their recovery, and all persons indebted
B.i ( Cloaks to said Estate are hereby notified to make lea-
TS now receiving his Fall and Winter Stoci of que ._:\. STYLUS \\hlch comprise a complete and varied Ac.; Reetivc-l fresh by AMES i LIVELY. ;
Company 7.c *. .
I aveVrappcr. In the Silk! and Oct. 1,1857. 42 : pavanent.
JL asfoitment i in department.
Goods suitable for every -
: M'-iro ar.' C"ti! Cloaks, MARGARET AMEAR, Admt'x.
or XE' O2LEA53 Ki.-h VIvei do bc&utifol Predepr.rtincnt and cl-gnt will, be found some of the most i Mdiida Reports! ; April 17, 1S53. lG-8w

taken the nit contract for above Sab'e. Black nod Brow Sable -
ports, 1 u FurjSetts,
HAVING consisting in part of French and Kse'sh!! Cloth. Cassi SiJestrijH-d! Silk Robes.Fiouaced : /"COMPLETE in C volumes. .
tro first C'IPS Sa i"c=m r regularly Children's! Fur Tippet* and Cloaks. I Notice.QIX .
1 meres and Vesting? of r.ll oolor?, and of the best qtl daik ground, cLOrGALL & HOBBY.Prt .
: twice t. n.onlh, meetiug in the Spanish tide on the BUTLER & DEKHAM.Oct. I : months after date, I shall fics
nanfati' order
;, ity, which he is prepared to : to oni do l bright G < my
18th and 29tb, and !leaving the s..nie evcriug. i the most reasonable terms and in the most 37, 1557. .jCUiMITH Solid! Color Jl. ire An*;
: THE STEAMER PItA }'" FASHIONABLE MANNER Black do do Blacksmith and bate, of Jefferson county, as administrator de Kjnis

will leave Ne-v P rt in ths mcr-':..;, and St. JlarLstermbus s | L Houncc'l! Bcrages wine colored, non" of the Estate of JoLu L. LoRan, late of said
on t'ie am1 oi the Crs frwi Tal'.Sas ee, Together with a general orliacnt of 2 jjjjQp D. Iaiiic R.l-(8 a Baize, Hornt !sfu( E'tabliiiett.ruilE county dee-eased, and ask for a ciaclarre from .aid"administration.

.. I taking wall, j:2cn2ij >">e ag'' and fr .glit to nad | READY-HADE CLOTHING, Together with a fine assortnrieiit of Black Silks, SUBSCRIBER begs leave to inform the GEO. W. BLACKBURN

from the Steamer,and rttu/Lkitj ..:
) ternoo:. train. *v... .-xhitjiit'j K>r tac! in this ritv. c .- .ting ( fI tli ; !ItPt.' hti 1 fi.nrending countiy, that l 1:2: -- Fivtu.-d MrK: Plur- d'>, Black Boni.azin! l FrfnchEnibrJi'lercd HICKS will carry on thsKLACXS1HTH _.April! 10._1553. 15-Cai
has CT'.S'-d
The lraTr-H.Tg nul-e C.-.TJ now .tt a red that tLi I "Fine Brick and Cj! .u-l Cloth! at u Frock
Ling eii3rcd ind frerr'ully attenir'l'jd mrrinica-- i Fan v Cassio.trre aii-J Tieiver 11 clc a.d: li: ii.cs : f; r\s.virjl S IT 0 P Setts llfid p '"'it Lac, V. late .ilti-n! : Capes. HI'Si\ESS .

: tie? to and from the ;.toe ports is i in uvh hands a Coats, an 1 <'nt hi i it rrx j n.irfJ tdo all kind cf woik Oct. !7, ]1757. 42Tax: : i.i: all is; va3 brmche.j. an-i i is prepared in execute months after d.te, I shall present niy final

to warrant pei rnaaency and suc s.Paiscngcis Bluck--Ic'/.orc-l; : C o':! Beaver f.r.d Pilot: l :!f rijinjr 'o hIIi! : -_' i i" L'-.ncs. in the best tncl niotl r..l orders with and dispateh. Hu work alit! vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Pro-
: having lti-C efi .'anla must feo to Sack S.srtuuta. Troikmari'ikcmanicr.. All'.c don? at Li? Sale will l-e wairanted to be equal ta that of ar.y other Iwvf fi-r Jefirrs county. LS a4.r.inistrator! with the
clearing them at 'be Custora House, i/cf jre joiij? on ; 1agktli's B'cl; i.d Fancy Daekij a'] C isimire1'anffi T N pursuance of an oniuiance (.f the City cf Ta.IIaL iacl.nith here or elsewhere, and TV III guarantee Will annexed cf the Estate of JeffVr oa B. E)1L) late

board. r/" C j./ &fl41' IU a rAUGUSTUS,"q1/ j Lr.'->" ?, I mil sell f'i. cash!>, before th" fi'.r.t ilor sati.-f.ution iuverv JOB.j nf said couity deceased, and ask furad!<*.harga roC3

J Also look after vcr Bj ;sge youm-lf. Bei-'Grenadin'', Eartlhea, Satin arid Clo'h Vci'.s, f 1KO\VN.! of th" C'.uit ho'iie: of Le >n cuin'y, on MwuLty, the -* HOUSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironing raid aduiinistration.

Fcrfo.ther iiaiticu.r! *. r-.i'v to Fancy Velvet, Caisimcrc, Silk nnl Cathinc-re do., :I Shop! n>"-t door to J. .V ( ;. Xukor's, Harncsj Slat May, 185S. for t.i\M due haiJ city fr the ycatali'Jti {{r\;A' all Vehicles plantation! nork, nod all otha JAMES S. WALKER.Adx.t'r. .
with the Will: annexed.
J DANILL L\DD White Silk do er branch*" itaininj to his business .
AgeL I S1iQ1. I! 1857. tl.c P liowlc-; : lot 5 or FO much theroofas \> app
Z4'ew Port, Fia.. Jui/ 11. i57. i Gcntfc'fcbawl--, Dressicjr Robrs, Fine; Shirts, Silk, ; will: l.f ufii-'icri*. to pry: j-a'-l tnxpj, to tit : L'-L w-11 receive careful and prompt atteotn. March IS. 1S5S. ll-6f.i
Cotton and Merino Under hhiri" T".iiuliacc! Dc-c. 1?, 1C57. ClCniSEELS I : R. U. BERRY, -
I j No. CS. h of county j-'h.t, N U and 21, eld Notice.
To the Ladies i Canto Flasuel ar.d Jeans Diawcia. plan! of Fai.l city ; t of 22 N coutitv J; i f>f 2f N Feb. 13. 1S5S. Agent.
I afer date "I jhall! fiaa
GIRDEN months presect
i nrJ.iftlon-'No. my
; -ALSO- \V additii.n! Nos. and 5 N W 104 NW SIX
; '
i:. DA V 5 ritun.3 Lc-r thcaks to the Attachment and veu''r to the lion Judge of Pro-
MRS. j GROWTH OF lfc,7. addition ; No. 51 S i county j ; No- 210 and 44 ;
: ; .; of Tal'aliftSfee r.nd the turrocading j A genera* .|5aOitriiont cf Fancy and B'.ack Silk and hate Jefferson courtv, as administratrix Cif tlie estate
N W addition No. ll's count i N Ct old Wikou In Justices Court for second
: L David C. ) [
I I wf-u'd ill tic c.tlt-nton rf Wends anli ;
country fcr the very liberal patroua heretofore LcitoweX :G-t'iu Etti.?, Ti'S ati'l Ciav.-its, Cullais, colored and 1-r c rnr AfFiancis B Stewurt, late o; e-'I I county, dec -
aod begs leave to kbrm them that t-he Las i white !IiJ and Silk Gl'vtBuck and Lielc Thread i \ T the |.i.blii penrrr.lly, to our Large and plan. C. W. BAYLEY, Mar.-hal. : vs. V D.siit, Leon county. Amount n"ed, ned *"V for a 'i'cbar'e from said adminis!

now en hand a large ;.r'l wtll 1ecLed assoit'nei.t of i do., LriJi-5 Gauntlets eupenor Linen, Cambric nndi wcl! sl ( ': l ,\CI11 ttf. )f i __Tnlliihn'e'" ---- ---- MayS- 1PC8. _W-U_ II. W. Thompson. ) sxrcrn to ?42 S1.1CO. tratioa. L'LSIF STE t,'ART, Adaitr'x.

FANCY GOOD.\5. f>r the .r>rii gmlch sh* w'Jl etll i Silk Handkerchief*, I5r
tpon the most reasoi>atc Jerrys.AprillC Thread and Marino 1 Hose, &e., io. CALL AND bv notified of the commencement of this suit '
1 Or) SvU r-.rc j-ruciircd: from a C'lld C.imite, nnd! LL pcr.ons having demands against the Estate Tallahasse.
1858. 15 BUY. returnable to a Justice* Court to be held at -
')n'qtt iitly will ll niri h the better ia \\anncrone, 1 jTJL ofV'm.. II. Ware deceased late of Jefferson Notice.ALL .
October IS, 1S5C. 42 on the 2nd Monday, the 14th day of June, A. j
| suMi a* ,urs.J' C.ill (ally or sciid jour ciders, county are hereby notified to prcnt them tolh2 :n.dereigned -
PIANOS ItECLIVED. D., 1S58, and to nppcar and plead to the same. persons hirrinj. demands against tie Estate
that vu may fee-cure the varieties, you ik- nr.i administrator within the time prescribed by -
Given under my hand and seal this 17th day of F. W-nrj'roJ. deceased late of Jefferson
rm FloridaRailroad.rr i AMLtii LIVELY. will t-e and all those indebted
law or they ; March, A. D, 1858. j county ore notified to present them to the under
T SUBSCRIBERS have just received, direct i rv .Tmarv 9, Ifi.'S.; 2CoPartnersliip I I are requested to make payment immediately. E.M.WEST. [t. s.] j signed within the time prescribed by law, or this notice
from the rei! abe Louses in the United SMITH S1MKINS Admfr.
most [ Notice i Justice of the Peace. J will be plead! in bar of their recovery; and all
T cf the Board of Diicctorsfthe .
fire a meeting ; 1S5S. S-8w
States tapuicr May
A ___ March 20. 1358. 123mCongrassWater. persons indebted are reinested to nake immediate
I I'lorida Railrocd held at Fcrnandinaj
PIANOS, Company, IIK undersigned have this day formed a copartJ C. M. WILLIAMS, Admt'x.
j ou lus 7U> day of November, A. D, 1657, the LI- Notice. payment.
uership, under the name and style of t I4-8ar
of Tiriona styles and pnjes.! Persons wiping to April 3. Igf3.
i lon Resolution was jopled ; Morlhs after date, 1 shall present to the Hon. .

supply themselves. will plea** call at I WnnniAS, The r. ik on the Florida! Railroad Laviosj i E37-or trTrLL1LI1: SIX of Probiic, in and for the county of Mad t supply,jue* rese-ved. and far sale by Notice.SIX
MILESNAllCO. and will continue the butin<**3 in n1! ;iU branches at AFRESH .
advanced t-j n condition whiih: brings it useful ison. my filial account and voucher.", as administrator AMES & IJVELYSept.
Tallahassee, Jan. 20,1653. C-lf Connci'iorr'With the l-iisinoe* r.f (ho ialc-rior, nd < the Old Stand Towle i' Mvcr*, v'icie they intend of the Estate of Richard Harrison dscea&ed and 19. 18C7. S3 months after date, I shall present my final

the practicability of n juccessful prosecution of it to keeping a full cv-oitni'ct of all aiticlcs appertaining bhall then apply for a final discharge from said ad- and vouchers as administrator of the estate -

. ;Just Received the end being resonably demonstrated, the Company j to their branch of buMnoh, and hope by constant attention I mini.tration. I. M. HARRISON, Adoit'x. $ Ric Rice/ of Dauson Boctwright, deceased to the Hon.
which has thus far conducted the enterprise --ougidcr to merit the patronage !heretofore extended May 8, 1653. 19-Cm ; Judge of Probate of Leon countv. and ask for a dis-
Per Francis Secor"from New York. that a point has been reached where! they may hope to the lafo firm. 9TIERCES RICE, 20 half tierc do. charge. B.J. R.BOOTWRIGHT. Admfr.

. ? BOXES ; Cheese to be met by the confidenco nnd co-opratiou of the | SELIM..W. MYERS.It. Notice. !)'J for sale to arrive per Henry Nutt from Char March 20. 1838. 12-6m
__ 'K Dairy ,
__ and mcrchnut of the interior' I;. GORMAN" leston. McNAUGHT, ORMOND fe CO.
.- LJ Smoked Herrings, planters months after date I shall final
10 Jes Gcfcacn Butler I Therefore llexolvtd, That the Secretary be direc- j Tallahassee January 1, [161] IF5S. 3-tf ;; SIX and vouchers, to the Honorable present my Judge of Dec. 19, 1857. 51 Notice.weeks ;
ted to invite to the Stock of the Corn- | ,
5 Bble. Dried Appke, subscriptions HENRY ARCHEYT"! Probate, for Jefferson county as administrator er, after the first publication of this notice,
1 BbL Beans.Fcr pany upon the same terms as heretofore, and fctake officio of the Estate of Nathaniel Folsom, deceased Plows.A )._) the undersigned will make application to the

. isle by H. H. B ERR Y. such steps as may auVd the most convenient opportunity r PHIS CCLFBB:ATicn HTA L- I and ask fur a discharge from said administration. FINE LOT, various tires, Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon county for let}
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to the inhabitants of the several interested LION will stand at
-I April fl. isgs. 1C my I WM. U. ANDREWS, late Sheriff and t-jh_ for sale bvNcNAUGHt ters of administration on the Estate of C. Godbold,
Counties to taTe Stock.A --- StablcR two miles Wett of the_ _______ Admt'r. ex offleio. ORMOND true copy from the minutes. city of Tiilluhapsf-e, the ensuing scasou, to terminate 4
Jan.23,1858. "JAMES .
Notice.DTIC May I, 1855. 18-CR1 T. ARCHER.Apriltl.
GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y.In the 20h! day of June next. ___ _
.1 -_: is hereby given that & caveat Los beeniTentereZ HENRY is abo-jt 16 } hands Ligh ; dark bay, well At Private Sale for County C -A LARGE lot just re 1858.

at the General Land Office to prevent pursuance of the foregoing resolution, notice is formed, and finely muscled, and wa raised by Job .iT I ceived by Notice to Debtors.

tbe location of the following Military Land Warrants fVo. hereby given that the books of the Company are permanently Freeman, Ksq., of this county. He was sired by the DBO3STJDJ3. McDOUGALL fc HOBBY.

.7.854 for 120 acres issued (to John D. Harley ; I open at Fernandlua where subscriptions celebrated CHARLES A CHEV, formerly owned by the March 21.57 12 persons indebted to the late firm of TOWLE

. No. 15.092 for 120 acres issued to William Perkins ; may be made either in person or by letter, the iubscriber, known as one of the purest blooded! hor q"HE undersigned will tell CO acres of LAND adJL ALL MYER3. are requested to come frrward and

.-' tod No. 19.061 for 80 acres issued lo Mary Brinkel, amount of the present nssessmennt being ?17.00 on sea in the Southern country ; (offhc Archey Stock) joining the corporation of Tallahassee, on which New Maps of Florida settle. Mr. R. GO&UAX is duly auihorixi'd to settle

Widow of Jacob Briukel, (residcqU of Leon county. each share of $ICO.00. This company is the owner his rfam a fine mare, pedigree nt>t known. HJs? get there is a new dwelling, out-houses, Stable, and two all accounts S. W. MTEfiS.Tallabasse. .

. Fla,) tinder the Act of Mart-b JrdTlSSA, Tho above town riles of Fernandi&a and Cedar Key, and also is of the finest character-nan be seen nt nrv time in cisterns complete. PUBLISHED BT Feb. 20, 1853. 8-tfExecutors'

"Warrants were sold and trantfcrred t
by Lucius A!. Fdsora, acd hart been lost.AppHation .- at over $2.000.000, and it is believed that a encourage the spirit of raTsfn Fine Slock, he 187 acres of Land half a mile from the above,with and with Railroads and Notice.
. IN will be maua to the Commissioner of further assessment of from $6.00 to $1O.OO per share will stand at the low rates of FIVE and TEN DOLLARS a lot of 15 fine negroes. Principally for County LARGE For complete sale by

Peosknt for duplicate Wai raft t* in place of the orig will bfl sufficient to finish the road. -NO ISBCIUXCE. The Bubecriutr has been Booth or on good security for 8, 10 end 12 years. McDOUGAL 4 HOBBY.Feb. A LL pCTs&us, creditors, and lgatts. entitled tXjL
inals. thereof. LUCIUS M. FOLSOM, GEO. W. CALL, Sec'y. driven to this necessity from the fact that too frequently LARDNER GIBBON. 6.1853. 6 distribution or otherwise interested in the EstiU

.___ BT C. IL BLOOD, Agent Jan. 9. 1858. 2-tf mares are not brought forward regularly, He.villa near Tallahasse, Ap'il 17, 1P58. 16-lf of John G. Anderson, deceased, late of Leon county,
; Maj 1.18M.18- w or ill treated, thereby preventing success when the Florida are hereby notified U* exhibit their elaiw

; -_. NEW BOOKS horre is by DO means at fault. The money will be Liverpool Sack Salt. Lochfines and demands within two year* from the data hereof

demanded in each case, should the mare bo traded, O A HALF BBL.S. Lochfino Herrings just landed to the undersigned or the same will be barred; and
: Sheriff's Sale, JUST RECEIVED sold or otherwise dispos;J of. Twenly-fivo cents in OC'AA SACKS, Cargo Brig J. Carrer daily exuJJ \} and for sale price. $10 half barrel. all persons indebted to the said deceased, are leqoes-

The FIRST.MONDAY in JUNE Next. NEW BOOKS & NOVELS I IDORE ea'h case, TV!ill!! be required by the Groom. For further pected. Wai be c'oMlov in large loU McNAUGHT, ORMOND J CO. ted to make immediate payment.
information apply to the subscriber.A. on shipboard at Spanish hole. Dec. 19,1857. 61 JOSEPH L. SMALLWOODJ
Yvirtuiof*writ of fieri facia, i'uedfrotn theAerk'i
A Stroller in
Oflic* of Leou Circuit Court, wherein EL GRINGO-Travels iu Mexico ; Tasliabasse,, March 27, 1858. 13 Feb. 0, 1838. 6Burning Sea Island Seed. THOMAS J.PERKIH3 }
j Willi&m-BadJ u Plaintiff Adio Powell is Defendant DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition

I bare levied upon and Trill expose for sale in MEMOIR of S.S. Prentiss, Speeches; Ac.; Notice. Fluid FINE Sea Island Cotton Seed, for sale by April J, 1858. 14-3sa

front of the Court-boose door, in the City of Tallabasaee THE DAYS of my life-A novel by the McNAtJGHT, ORMOND A CO.

Leon county,wiUaw legal hours on, the first author Margaret and Zaidee ; A. SUPERIOR QUALITY,juit received and Jan. 23,1853. 4White Health--Bitters.

-- Monday i ia June next, the following described prop- ISABEL-A novel; FLORIDA R. R. OFFICE, ) |Pqp O for sale by AMES A LIVELY. those sufteriog.from Dyspepsia, Defcflitj. e -

so y rslA. Levied upon as the property of said VASpONSELOS niw nave and after the first day of June next, the rates Extra and No. 1, ground !In Pure linseed X kc. these Bitter: art rtcomnaended'by- ti'acotty -
dtfanjaot, a ad to be sold to satisfy said writ' ceordne4oIav. by Simms Ac Ac. Laws of Florida PURE '
; freight over The Florida Raidroad will be in just received,and for sale by I U a eertain core. *Tor'Bby ,-

&iiyI,1ZSS. lf-td. Julj4/67. April J116 8.- H-8w Hept. 5, 1867. April fr.1858. H NOT. 14, 1857. U

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