The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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l'JOlt5sional' niti a5iutss (ur.ML'IJICAL A. G iLm I REPLY- OF JUDGE-PEARSON- -- j to renew I his judicial! from- ldsmeniura-; I --- --:-- -- I II

: : career T.IIlhl',!((. FIn.! February 12th, 1659, are His third nnd list appeal t. :
-- iO'J' cE--- -- i TO Tin: PJnMYAJ. ATTACK op jroorI'ndf :, f i lIe extra fr> m at Qu,a'v.. down to his incomprchrniMt found the' following! ei'itoiia' remarks, to s.it : to be his "rh-Iefd'cizn-ealid{ pabl.'oserins !

-..-. GOOiir'PRO\'ISIONS !, II.\.L-I'ZELL. : .'' afliilaiit.! in the nu e of Carter Tlie Sentinel seems quite anxious to pub- I mere reduction of his two former into is a :
DRY 1lfir rAays
n. it is
Dr. Wm. F. Shine r t'i' imm\tilt-:: !!t1r4. of ihe In-nvi I myp.'lf; of tV:' inipo.tclimpi.t my bn-ine's he c has tily taJ lo .jicrwit lich an oj:inion of C. J. Daltz-llon the uJ jtctof one. with the addition, however, of at.exlen- I

i iest domestic nfll-rtf! ,n Known to t lunnnifv, -! occaio.i liB recent action towards Judge Pears.-n. | misapplication of Authorities.i '. ;
vi.T* Mi n.t>' l-lu.\.tL SrKVICKS TO ThE irBLirOrTK'E -Al J- 10 I brirg Against me. Nor will I ICier .
I much rgain will, and nil! ; U c are informed. that none such has been tie'herod. it : of
ul ; that ; mv contrniyto niy to tb,> i' i admis no question, that\Jjoth
: } natof of I'r (Jn.1 d: Ccttcn. G nor F.Kins L\ GEXERAL.NoTenilxr I l"rri.r with which it is nIl!! known '
S. It-iS. 19-ly j tastes I :m constrained, bv the fXttflI.: '" '. ns'It' Noticu has been given by this pentlttijast j t.e! Constitution and the act of the Leg ba.
? a damn
ti) his intend'i! victiirwill
.-" : 13, IS38. -S6 I j nary uil.ratioi> ; :, of Chief Jttic; .. I/aitA-H.! ;inI I'.iint?; pmil'l'--likp ihp ate Ivarn of a motion t<> rescind ture organizing the Supreme Court, f ontfrn-

MILES NAS.H"C& : I ---- I the 1-'ur /1iJ <{' Jot'rnn! of tLC 2I:1.; : .\, to his r.n-jTTfa. h'bric.-i- : t1t'! onler riift-cting him so that ii: due time a plated (hat the Court should at all times \e
| ting with Ii'a! '
": before be
I(?IftMl (InllfJJLv; MifcJw i: appear before the} !,utlli.. 'I ho Cli-f, u.totkc I to swallow pi..v.' attempts I decision by the Con-t itself of die interesting! composed of thn-r separate, indicidual nind .

lQ.1.LJns IS j i has a poculiir ajJitrJr not to procliri/i/!/, j i The C. J. found me last winter -I' question presented "by the order alluded.. I Els, why the absolute end positive' requisition .

DKl'CS; PAIXTS i for reaching the Irs of th! <' dear jf<.;>/r, : lie uaJcr the visitation suffering may be CXI''c'tlo.hethcr! there is to be an of ihe Legislature tilt in the event or ,
Gr I
; x o xrcr t Ii: of ZLO5O. i i>f Almighty ( od. Tlie '
i! would call! thorn by factitious apjtvds of tl.U j precious ]light of heaven had been in a rotasI i t, Issue of" law or fact or both, we are hot informed. I *disability! or disqualification of either one or

ilEWCLNKS iEOJ L soit, as a foiies of npup.ii' [ esvs(. and viilowcovered Ij I- two of the j-sticrs, a circuit judge<
I ure to me ; and I was not, fr the time I r.jucges.
GUM DROPS, j pamphlets, fnuchmj; ''Iis olh'cialI lit-Itgin i I Now, the C. J. l.inistJf dare not deny that t who was or were competent,"hond! to
\ \TOULD luforui liit-ir rieurU! and the j a condition! in this respect to fulfil .
\ pablic I duties and opinion*, fully l\ll( t. lie seemsj official 1 he is responsible! fur the informalion npnn !in I lo supj J.J'Ihl vacancies" At a glance
tbcy luv< .u l.iu.l it'Mtd a-M>rtiuetitofitic OF ALL FLAVORS : my obligations in a manner satisfactory it
article* an are j.neraL.!! j.Hn ?tioir line hnfinoFk j Write, rather to fiiflo: witli intelligence to mjfctlf, or, III. opinion, worth of mvi I which this editorial is founded. If ho Las the i will be diR the Court would bo an
a'il I will be ret'ei\ia! ri'/aUilyfrceh. *uj'r>lie'. lleiiII. FOR COrGIIS AXD COLDS j and di'ludo the snvrrt-ign [people! than t.) in. i station. To ii'-i.; Jil'.cl I nroiv- hint; in Dj.cn :. j effrontery: : : .do! so, .I demand of the editors. i I impraclic.ibliHnstitntion. Suppose tbo Court \ .

erabJ1 t. r"aH4LI It:.,. I Jort rtctivcil at (eL.> Dr.ro Sio&r cfU"LHD ;. struct! and enlighten Ids judicial ami p'uli.-,_ | <]M>r (tact> C |'rocciiif '.-a- tinpue ..' ro<..,.*'.\ tI I maue the statiment therein contained. i flQCf!|1"Il n,"ulon lie law,ami 1 the other I

T.:1ahu"'C'. .lldl J.1'.3' .. UAUNARD: JR.Tallaliaefce signal, brethren, hose stu -- -- -- --
Dr. Miles H. Hash ,_December) 18. n:". 61 j them: his peers, and qualified tliein to tl'tect to adjudicated law and the uniform practice : said C. J., as there can bo no doubt, had ii1osstsnioll Would! i-ot the very ,- of the Court he wholly .
-- his aberrations and his J and oVe.ited f Where would
fallacies.It entirely :
I 'I of the Court, should be cited to supplymy the follow ing letter from myself: bi
or rent HI* raori'sMo.xAt BFETICE TO TIn:CITJE orT i Wm.: Anderson; has been his custom,at the close oeachI place for the January term of the Couit an end In litigation ?

'tnVShEC AMlnl uflENt1l.ovxTtT. I Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery I I I term of the Supreme Court at Tallalassce, I to be held in Tallahassee, and declaring my _\ : \LL January 21st, 1839.Hon. A practical resolution i.f al these questions
OFF witli IV. .M. NaT.iinzueditdy cutoUte I t to entertain (?) the Bar, and people generally, I hope and expectation that I would be able to THOMAS UALTZELL, C.:J. j i U embraced! in the orders the Court, a

ct'fl.' MARIANNA. FLORIDA."VAT" I. with a forensic disj,Iay upon the dilHicncesI take my place and share the labors of .h.* : of the Supreme Court of l}"* J,! Tallahassee, at its adjourned [term, a follow,

-Mar--It-Ib.- !) ILL IIlIeu.litb, ldity 1111 I lninincM entrusted lit his care in the Circuit -
E. DAKNARD Jr. Courts any of Kiniillin Washington and Jackson j' that this address is as much expected as the : be held! at Jacksonville. This letter was I i SIR : I fiatc just been show by the therilT \ '. It nppearing from an inspection of the r<--

I io the Snpreme ('.oua t at MAnallnA. and the United charge of a Circuit Judge to the Grand Jury I couched in kind and rrsp'ctfull:1/Ibung\: of I.l'OI county, a paper purportill to be an ': cor.llbt two t-iitries bearing the semblance c'

WILL (ONTIME THERUG Suits District Courts kt ApalatLittda l and Tahla.hapeee. j is at the opening of each term of his Court ; I the gentleman who wrote it frI1t' can testify, older ol the Supreme the ISih order mad up..n the records ofthU

'MEDICINE/ BUSINESS I I Match. CC, 1659. 136mHomoeopathy. I and this last essay is but the reduction of his I and n ithout a doubt that its request would !: of the present mouth, lo the effect that .Jus- I Court,1.1Let'l\ and. si-ice the last adjourn-

r- aT THE OLD "TAIIIGI ---- 1 last harangue to a place in the columns of a be complied with. To this received a reply, 1 lice le.lrs'J be takn into the custody! the 1 moist thereof, the first of which purporfs to

: I newspaper, somewhat modified and restrained I to the effect that although he, the Chief Justice I\ hel fr this Couit, to abide the further orderuf citation or summon, by authority of the.
: in its tone, to be sure, from the rude and boisterous had cited Circuit Judges to participatein tLU! Couit.:' 1 .
.-,F THE if MORTAR, A. CAWFSEI.L M..CAJI.TS, M. D.. 0 C.J. WAGGOXIIS,JL D. Chief Justice only a of date of 18th January
language in which it was at firtt deI the hearing of certain cases, it could not without, substitute t
.s or a no
when Court
ri HE undt-reigned Homoeopathic FlaybicianS,''IU' i i my presence 1S39 no was nppo'n!
:_ j JL iog associated tht'II.,eh-'I in the practice of I I livered. be done to hear the several causes pending ( Court could have l>cen IIOlI, and moreover [! ted to be held', or actually i-j Jeal., requiring .
Center-.f illt..n'nod_ Monroe 3 sheetsTallahassee. Mrdicio*, r.iay be found at thtir Cflices City Hotel, ;i It is reported to have been said of the present at a regular term of the COUI t. This poihion! i as tliiTf: has leally Icen0 session of the the A&soci'te Ju-tic of the Court lo l

January 19. 1S5 -.- j Tallahassee, and at Dr McC's. old fctand, lloutiorllo. I Chief Justice by a distinguished jurist I if not wholly ab-indoned has made! at all | Supreme Coin at Tallahassee month, as I| attend jit the Ctuf.rour. in Tallahassee, on l l\ ]J
R. H. BERRY, G.A. J.CAMI W WAGGONER BELL lit CANTS 1L D.j M. D, I now no more, that he knew luore law than II events( but a small figure h subsequent I am infiii moil by the shcriir a rid others, as the 21tl! of the same mouth, to hold a term xJ

Auctioneer and Commission j ApiiltC. 1659. 16 any one of his acquaintance, to be so poor a newspaper essays of the Chief. In my unsuspecting [ well as ,by yourself, it would seem impossible of d' for the transaction of business,

MERCHANT. _h : Ja w\"er." And, more recently, the doubts i confidence and without tin1 ability: | tint "11 n n order coiiltl late. been legitimatt 11.t second( of which, of the same date requiring -

i OTTO LANGE I long existing as to his entire sanity have j to wiite, 1 kept no copy i-f thi, my first letter I ly I can, therefore, regard it only as the sheriff this Court to take into his

ALUIIAS"rF F1aS1t. 211. iss.. -:-1 : I gained ground and acquired: adiiiti.ui, force : to him, to the effect above stated!, all.11 cannot an error which JJ some unaccountable mistake : custody and bring befoie the Court, lo ah'Jp! I
WATCH MAKER by his Ftrangi- publications. Kntfrtaining i furnih a copy here, for the reason, as has crept I= ) its records, and \\lifrh, | further! orders thereof, B. M. Pearson, one of .

T. W. BREVARD, Jr., I these \views I shall treat \\ithgrealcrknitythan -I my Associate Justice knows, that I applied to I wl(1 tho Court lon sl.nl actually, assemble- j the Associate Just'cos of the same ;

A1'torn.oy n"t La-vv, And Jeweler, it might otherwise (deserve his late newspaper the (J. J. for a copy of the same, which he, w cause to be expunged. j jI which two orders an irregular proceeding upon in
MOXTICELLO, FLA. which he vainly endeavors to like who conceals his hand i
T1LLAHISSEU, FLA. essay, a crafty gambler, am jour very obedient servant, the nature of was issued under the '
"TT7"OULD rfspectfullv inform the citizens of Mid ] with the character of a judicial the refused but pro'-ess ,
dignify ( pill. to secure trick, to supply; my BiRD :M. PCAKSO.V.
April4, ISr.S.. __ "17 __ _.__ \ \ die and East Floiida that lie designs making ion. Qvcm Deus rult pcrdcrc prius dcmen- rejoinder to his reply was substantially ; seal 1 of the Court : :
iitcui.coRLirAttorney ocen..ional1"ieit. through these nections of country for I True it i is, there are issues of law and fart j Now, actual assemblage of the Court
tat! follows draft
evidenced the of
I the purpo of doing any "ork in the above line as by original and full and mature consideration of
I had ventured in with associate. upon
It is much to be regretted that the Chief the in the of the friend who' common my J
at Law that may be entrutcd to his care. same handwriting 1
I the if is considered ordered and
I to rest myself upon the law as it had been i premises, ,
has contributed to
degrade for
so largely wrote me :
TALLAHASSEF IL.. I ALSO- declared and adjudged that the aforesaid orders, are without .
\ previously by the Court, ay, :
j A fine Lot of Jewelry. nhu.h I \iill sell at the lowest the dignity and impair the re'jjcct which every JAcRroNILLt I'n. Jan. -1th 1859. i iI authority of law, and of effect if
Jaouary 17, 1S57. :-1, ible i citizen is nrturally inclined to entertain even concurred in by the C. J. himsilf > none as
pof goo
--- -- - ----- I .17.( ittt Jf.rcee31reI. if required.April for the highest judicial tribunal of the State. I lion. T. BLTZELL, Chief Justice S. C.Dear provisions of the organic act of J8G1, authorizing they had never been made or done, and that
John B. Whitehurst the Justice Justices call in j jI the same shall be considered as expunged"
to >
3i. 1S59. or present
18-ly Dressed in a little biief authority &c.- I Sir: Your favor of 30th ult. reached
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, i Tliis last production is one of his most cunning me this morning and I ]hasten to reply through I a Circuit Court Judge or Judges :to supply the j. from the records of this Court.
| Dwelling House for Sale. place or places of the Justice or Justices dis- And lo guard against a recurrence of similar
.MAUIANNA:. I and imposing perfotmance, and while : the kindness of our friend, F. I. "heaton,
in future it is made the
for the of their errors standing
: :SCHIBER odors (.r sale! the desire delude the : mind and advance : who amnnuensU. nblfd or c disjua'ijied discharge
to public llq., acts as
"IA TILL practice in llio Circiut Court cf Jaclson.i rl"I11l I' my duties. ; order of tiiis Court that no entries shall be
to li&tt.oe .
a purchaser i
T I'allioun aud lloluit counties.ami easy i his chances for re-election leak out in I notice that seriou.-ly doubt ,
Washington your
1 l"ts in hi--Air.! Apply: to the ur.tlt'r i you Mr. Justice Thompson. in the 4th vol. of : made upon the minutes thereof in vacation
1.pay nrxcial atteutuin to cullretiug. 1 paragraph, there i is an air of superiority, I under the Constitution; io appoint
or to W. K. Beard. JOHN BEARD. every power I II Florida in with ii.! and without t"'O concurring aiitlioiity; anti
Nov 1859. 10 an imposing
__ _____ __ I _ I ... I whole Court, decilel! this question. I have ': consent of a majority of the presiding Justices
about It which I am fain to bi'Iiw .1.I"J.
dignity .c. I .
deemed It tbeicfore intoa ;thereof unless the same be for the adjourn.
F. Young, I I POST & MEL, are the genuine offspring of the writer's mind I J'roml1I'! reading of the provision: contained not discussion necessary of, this matter., to go Stare I ment or continuance of the legal terms of

Jn7l J1 L:W ; COMMISSION MERCHANTS and heart. This effusion of spleen and malice I in the Constitution, authorizing the estalllish.1 decisis.If newspaper. I the same, or to effect the organization provided .
has been paraded before tho public with, and : mont of the Supreme Court I can '
AXD801JfITOIt then, from this decision of the Court, no for by the 5th section 'of tho act of 1851,
Gl Ireot I
IX E!tInYILt. l.oJdras under a more pompous syllabus than though repugnant to the course suggested by me ; j member either has dissented I organizing the Supreme Court
the Court of the Eastern Cir I NE"VV' OR.LE.N'S.. it had been an original opinion, actually delivtrcd I and upon examination of the act organizing !! past or present, ever ,
pract* in the C. J. and that but
.l Florida, and the Federal Court*. i --- in open Court, and, as I have reason I the Snpremo Court, approved January llth, except present r The whole head and affront of my offending"
and in contravention of his former
( WFICC AT em"TIUE, ALACtrCA COBSTT.) I UF.FEt TO lo belieie has been circulated in large iium- 1KV and thc! amendment: hereto approved i recently, seems to be this and nothing more,viz :

r. E PLRILCES : I 'Irun Thomas J r<-rlins
CZ .T. J. Ln I. K_ Ilarri i C "- J C. J. is entitl-d in
eiihiim& Pa1ra! COL. J. D. \'K1'o.-. V C&srlriiax 5. T. I two different; Spl iies of iuwit-lhc one intellectual of any me or two of th! Justices of discharging my as
Rcard A Per.Laru St. ?!:irt\ I the matter in question than the adjudication credit to myself And honor to the State and.
FiukCR. A TH'ixrot. ) ( Mr. James Filer! 'Wcet, !, the other moral. Not being able said Court nlIhr. .'stinns of thc same, j slenl ,
Da. J\tiM S. JOM-. r..1141l''la.. Hey and concurrence upon tho same j at earlv notified the C. J. of the
: I an ri.iy fact.
'I Fr.. MrXanpht ct OrrPIfAtl llta. Oeo. to tWido with ecrtaii.ty to which of these from diirtfiili'y or iJhynaJifeati, "th"n it
Jumr_.*. -.. :23WILLIADI j' J j N. ::. lii'n"o' J ('".. T1jonasric.A"t cla! ':Fes in assign i the! CLicf Justice, I will ih I shall be the duty," &". !' question, made by: the Supreme ISench whiniliily accompanied the suggestion that a circuit
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SCOTT H_ l":sATTUKXEYS.. ?'<-1" Lai try, allow him, in some degree, the benefit I Having: t'riilctt.! my (!.'ar sir, I in joint out I II fllwizJ The recent session of the I' jndgp' he railed in to supply my place.

------- -- --- t ii f ta.th. lit aSl'ClDp to be one ol those !I p'cifi"nll.Ihnt clau
It c:;' ;,:',J fj J/ 1TM l. : :HOGUE & AMAKER, furunates: npon v.hich yon rely for your determination made in the :
(JS l'IEL.v, -.- I the, C. J. I: lay thw flattering; unction to I of Ill tualion than I and demanded
& CUP SELLOnS --' in wl.o** equal tight I expressed, I am unable to appreciate the dilli-: ,; ) judge ) was,
hsnl": the sole cause of the
:', t I li' was of Because I did not
Jjly 30.IS53. _._ inn r.ln.k'not N v. ry black. ; cult) under which you seem to labor. : lat I proferi my person.
-- -- --- -- ; .AT Ij.W, Kir y.-lo"1,: *.i \\<>,t"lh _.I.i<.." I I regnt that your'omir.Ii.n of duty? i iss-uch i failuie! of regular, : h'rl at Tallahassee, and I see p'oper lo obey his arbitrary and illegal

FLOYD & HOLLAND, f'-ruii 4 en par1r.er;|> in tL* rr 'ti..fO 01* TIc fcrst .iti! !lttd.ngrrcr into which t the as to preclude thl' possibility of a term at > not 1.' St If If the Supreme Court cannot summons I must I be, y him, exposed to public .

Attorney t La'.. .n.\"r.. aol will Uhlld tunitiTifefsiciial bu.iu i- C'Vivf Jucc:\ biia f-illen. i the assumption tu.it; I TIJJaascrould! it not bo well to adjoin I' settle* lie organic law of its existence, who I censure.

'.r.i., ... ill i t'',? Cir.-nt! Cort: or 1it.n. '8f inliucfetl to lli ir (ar.. I am .1 dfliisqiu-nt in uiiicial duty, and tliat he until the last of the riding, as I then may he I I II can 1 if the C. J. by his contumacy) and What all this tirade and pirado ofauthori
"TILt. D. IV noun:._ .A. r.I.RY AilAKER. I refuses to i to the
obstinacy yield requirementsof tiesin defence( ol/ this I have
V. .t FI"iiI& :mc.l h h. ':T'4' Court has lx.tn constituted the sole judge and arbiter KUtlliL'Utlr riTieml( of my affliction to bo with i ii I .. usurpation means
f the StAt. :., :n th" HI"I"I C..url'of Ute Luied May 1.1S5S. 1.; ---..-. of lilY ottlnce. lie caused to be made ct-r. I i I < I law, shall he be allowed to make his will not yet found out.' Time. I presume, wilf
i iI
&at.i', "I the .\'rth..na Ui..triot .f I-'I..ri.i. 1 I you the law or h he less subject to these require I shew. All I have to is that I have thus
; of
records :
I ii: .1. fLOYH .If'11.1.i..a.! Ft. i! FIRE INSURAITCE taiii sarieplilious entries upon tLc ;I 1 hope to hear the opinion of our Pro. Da- iI j meats than the humblest citizen I His private j say
9. r. Ut'HI..Xl' ::>.t' Qeu! .., rho (- the Supreme Court at Tallahassee, last January 1 I I'ont upon the subject above alluded to, ere | far done nothing that I regret ; nothing but
De..1E33. 61 Kl TFCr.D rISE I.\U"BBCE: COBPAST. (which will be hereafter stated) upon his I Jun'". j' opinions; he may have-these he is entitled to j I what I am willing my brethren of the Bar
j I II like any other man ; but because he sees and Associate should and criti
--- -- --- indiuJual! authority. Afterwards, when the I With kind regards to yourself and family, my scan fully
L. PIHKMX INS1YPAYCE COMPANY proper to make them public, with head j i icise, giving to our celebrated
Henry Rutgers, : court had actually assembled these prelendtdolder. remain, respectfully and truly yours newspaper-
i I
COMMISSION I r MERCHANT I Aggrrjatc Capital, $100,000,000 00. fioiii the lecord. He is, therefore, the true but the opinions Thomas Balzel after all. I Facilis decensus arerno" etc.

TALLAllA&SIii;. TLA.T JL P. ELLIS. Agent.Tath.aesoe offender' against official duty, and the true Subsequent to this letter, my associate, They are not the 'c opinions of I And now a* to the facts of the case. It U
I Dupont had an interview with the C. .the Court." Ho to himself. degrec
.. ] Dec.1.168.. 49 arrogates a -
and of the sentence of the lamentable to find official tha
I culprit, complains I an so high as ,
1CHRAL adrinces wade on Cattoa with the expressed o inion of the Court and I and hold- it for his brethren to
JL; com-i;acd to Li. fri tuh w New Vak. tIEDIC.OTICI treason own if .
unnatural devices not to
I : its usual practice, to call in a circuit judge to dare to differ \iih 1 l.liii. This is a claim of I to shuffling open prevarications
SIGHT ClilX K> ( IX NEW V())1K Foil bALE "Whatwretch e'er felt the hotter draw, Tallahassee The I II to sustain his position before the people. .
for the term.
place tinnileman not often ventured
/H l)1O.Htc tn fit i',.(}<(lert.Marrti Dr. T. Hayward Willis. With goo.l opinion of the LIB fIt supply my I power upon In this connection it must be remembered
I C. J. with characteristic obstinacy, in contemptuous but the of Rome
12. 1$6'4.. 11 I in Cllislt'ndor, by any Pope i iI
'I half i is not to be expected that I will so far I II I that there are significant discrepancies between
-- --- -- ---- --- 1 located in Jtflerson county one I disregard of the recorded opinions and Tom of Florida. .

E. C. Cabell, I HAVIXO th* rear of Mrs. Ur deo's.on &t Anfftiv degrade myself, or the court of which I am I of the Court as previously organized in violation I The C.Baltzel., his first with Judas I the judicial harangue delivered by the
: tin read offers kia Prcft ssiorml tn\ices to the surrounding an humble member as to enter into a defence, since he held ,I essay Chief at the close of the late special term of
of known ever a
."t't01-n.oy a"t La"'tlv" I practice like insincoiity, assumes a position never con-
countrr.i the Court Tallahassee and the
i 8, 1S59. 2 I in the public journals of an opinion in which position in the Court, and in defiance of I troverted by the Court. )In the issue of the I same thingas
T.I.I.II.SEE:, FLA.Jannarr January of lately prepared for the columns of a news-
-- -- I had concurred in the regular discharge of his .Associates refused
-- I Illae opinions two I Florida Sentinel, of the 15th February, ;
8. 1t-.9. 2 Yonge & McClellan my) official duty. Newspaper criticisms are I to do this, hut proposed to organize the Court he dignities his effusion with this paper. In this harangue the C. J. ignoredthe

-----i'.II4LiiI -- I' far below the noice: of a judge. It is, then, I with two judges only-in which propositionmy "The Justices t>f the Supreme Court Ism.1 fact of my deficiency of sight, and dcx-
: S. DILWORTII "t"torn.'bys n"t La.va: that I had
.A not to sustain a judgment of the court but to associate, in my judgment with great propriety to make or appoint Judges trously argued alleged an indisposition

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, raAM1CE IS ALL THE COU&TS% OFTEST FLORIDA. I vindicate myself from the aspeisions of a refused to acquiesce. TI.e term was, power Court," &c. I that prevented my attendance upon the

MOXTICELLO FLORIDA.C'TT'ILL OFFICE AT PJ SACOLA AND MAKIANXA.i newspaper essay, that I appear before the therefore at that time a failure, but has since The fallacy! of the newspaper argument term, which allegation he sought to prove' was

practice in the Court of the Middle Cir i C_ YOXOE Pen..1. F. MrTLLLUVX Mariannaj public ; and in so doing, I wish it distinctly been held, agreeable to my first suggestion under the above head note was immediately untrue, when be had my letter in his possession -

T cuit.anj Tliou and Lowodcs Cvuutv.Ga I'j January 8, ISM"" 2 understood, that I disrobe myself) the ermine by special appointment. The atrocious impudence and exposed by my associate Dupont. a copy of which he had that very morning -
dttectec the he
refused injustice was
me, showing
March 2. 1SSO. 12-ly -- --- entirely) and proceed to defend my private which has led the Chief Justice to
____._ _ a to the Jp Journal. The
u Florii that this
Ellis7brlopp & Co. ( this ruthless made doing me. It true paltry pretence -
I character rom onslaught hazard the of of official
charge neglect dutyon to main
UALBIiAITII two points sought
LONG & unsustaincd either b is dropped in the late essay, and the
brother of the bench
by a the of the
LAW TALIUIASSEK FLA. I WHOLESALE UHALERS IXi my part, whereby January term tamed, under this deceptive heading was the sutstancc of the letter stated with some fairness .
ATTOUXEITS AT I by law or facts. Court at Tallahassee proved a failure-tho alluded to above, which had
i Il.4RlJnrJUlE. rixn CUTLERY, one already but the sin of the first misrepresentationstill
r A. LOX A J. H. ALDUAITII have a .oci I There is a good story told by an eminent hardihood he exhibits assigning the failure of been settled by the Holding ,
1L. ated theme1res in the practice of Law. They GUXS, PISTOLS, $c., 4-c., the last of previously Court remains It was further stated 'in this
of a man
EnglMi poet century this court as an excuse for hi a impotent attempt the act of 1851 to be inoperatve, he was
Middle Circuit.the Supreme that IIP the C.J. had t&ceivcd
in the oral
will attend the Courts No. 217 Pearl Street New York. furious address ,
and dog. \-ho. upon their first acquaintance, at arrest-and finally his arrogant and driven to the however
Courts and the District Court of the United ROBERT ELLIS. I my consequently position, no notice to from the record
were friend., but soon a difficulty arose, and lawless of to hear and determine of tho Court remaining
States at Tallahassee MAX A. ORLOPP. Ja, assumption power absurd that the fragment the surreptitious entries which he had pre"ious1y -
Office opposite the Court iloose. THOMAS P. ELLIS. the dog to gain hia private ends, went mad his own charge against me, without had tho power to effect its own organization made and claiming time for consideration -

0M>er t8, 18U. IT January 22. 1659. 4 and bit the man. Consternation arose amongstthe notice, and upon pretended rumorand hearsay, not by calling in a circuit ju 'ge, as and investigation, upon this ground..

1"OTICE.0 assembled neighbors, and surpass in their enormity, any ploceeding provided for by law, but by declaring i itself a Must there not be some peculiar obliquity in

BOOKBINDING.T MEDICAL "TIe wound it seemed both sore and sad ever before attempted by a Judge exempt from Court; and hence it was that he assumed the the mind of a man who, at the moment of

E UNDERSIGNED IS NOW To every Christian eye, the suspicion of insanity or depravity. responsibility of ordering my arrest in spite making this statement, had In his possessionmy

PltEPAltED WITH Dr. J. H. M. Gardner, And They while frwore they the swore man the would dog die.was mad Now, I ask with what measure of proprietycan of the opinion of my associate, and doubtless letter of the 21st January, 1859-had*

TOOLS AND ffjfttZL MATERIALS located at "LLOYD." offers bill PRO I be held up to public censure as the would have performed the \hole business of the nished the information upon which th-

FOIl It O O K fra'&ay_ BIXJING HAVING. SLRVK-ES to the Citizens of the place "But soon a wonder came to light. cause of this failure Was it because it had term upon his own account had he not been rial in the Floridian it Journal of ej"ip ur{
I and the surrounding country. I That uhewed the lied: pleased Heaven to place me under affliction f fearful My lib was merelya
they above
of the rones ofmpnchment February, quoted, was (
solicits the ,12th o
io all its
tranches patronage ne
t Oct 9. 1858 41 The man recovered from the bite Was it because I scorned to enter upon the with judge Batl announced the
His diference had r
citizens Tallahassee and' 'urowldil. country. even
---- .'t7af.d
------ ---- The dry it was that died." high and delicate duties of my office, when I for the time being, !qu
Shop is in the Brick office formerly occupied by Dr. a my tak bench, in the prescnc- rr ft1"tltei
Call opposite the Episcopal Church. lIe is a practical 1 Nathaniel Hamlen, Time and a discriminating pubflc will determine felt, in my own bosom, that I was physically my seat on the Bench, and a to the competency 1, .me ing

Binder, and feels sure that Le can do work as COMMISSION MERCHANT, whether the moral of this story has any !, incompetent for their satisfactory discharge! of the remaining Justices to call in a i srsysrj **ociate .1a.-i;;

well and as cheap as it can be done t'1. .b'r.. I to the matter in controversy. I Or was the failure of this term simply theI circuit judge. / ? 'J persons i in atfendince

CHARLES FINDEISEN.* I No. 38 Poydrts St., New Orleans. application It is hard to treat with that gravity'wliicha result of a difference of opinion between my Then comfts his second essay, under these I my lee tee 0 tU: Jib.crtjof pronouncing
1858. [ HT3 Jr'
July ------ly-- -. .--"pT.-- I -0- due respect for public opinion requires, an I brethren, with which I had nothing to do at .imposing head-note* .:" M.TLa Supreme ,son ,.D ccpler; setting J the reat
selfishness and the time the *f which, the C. of true4 lIo -iit Qd ce.at the Co i Court
FIRE INSURANCE REFERS TO- assault like this, founded upon I consequence has power to act,through *
ojoitj r
and yeti
Ii ExCGen. '. James E. BrootB ) T iai jsce. Fl*. I duplicitv. To show this, I most refer to some i J., to escape the effect of liis own obstinate its member" e has Do'icrnple'in riiaKnc a

STATE FIRE AND JUBIXE 1XSUR1XCE CO, H. A. Shine. fIi r clrCunvTtanccs which -.mark its'.character.Uninstructcd .-- folly, n aw. &eeks'to.1l1t.'QU my 'head, awl" The, presence of all is. not iodispenaab' his.atementoffocfc-fosaltthc. eonv icac; 'rf

PENNSYLVANIA A. B. Noye. Esq ) ,,. Fla. and uninfluenced by tbeexample make me t tlw clpe goat of 'hU'own jQ icialJdioquenciesf to the transaction f ..e'S I I argnncnj. lIe .confonnds.iuifrnitr of
against low by Fire on tile usual terms Ii R. M. SpfDeer, Esq, J r borne iWhut roust,fliat heart be made pli1sme&su sight\with geneHTIiaispaffltioa, and! m& ,
INSURE hitherto
Th.I who bare
John J. Bwllingr, Quincy. of .iiia Associates, : Fforidian Jf fromprefeaJciI
F. H. FLAGO Agent that I
Jefierjoo county, Fta.J. ami 1 mt( I of, which could strike the blind,or stab in the tb reports was abOut the
I Gen Wm. their g.
Bailey. intelligence 'JB
Tallahassee. December 18.1858. Cl his attacks b, at tome
G Putnam, Eeq.. Madison FlaADsrostns with upon complacency) the-Chief ins.Wa 1 dark .!,V Ug*1neei 1ninl".1ilb the Lord ;" T qoealioi\!'arising- r T9 I Ongaine.d and ; pursuing my.tunal rocation\

G. M7DT Steele, Efq, Cedar Keyi, : .rity. -serene. die more bold and reckless byte ;land while.Liargiw* as wvlla's I may, the I'1n d'poeed of. They nr'' .blt- Curollari.-s if the fuUr capable reaching 'T ll liW, *,
Troup Maxwell, Daiiiel Bell, Esq.. Hamilton couutr, Fla.lil. emulate the blow I. cooimeod diet assailant to the mercy of the I former, and tl le-.rlent truth of that action had.bee. denied
"i underneath
: ., -- to I
nalS )
I. by this
Rem ne and
) ;
OFFICE & RESIDENCE CITY HOTEL DtonL9. l Tn m.rn e contain* a parade ('( Jesuitical pretence is kept
'"" *. Gco.Jatk i their} 5v't" l''m Heaven bombast ando
Fxl-Stixn-rEfq.. f f-irber.nnco, and i sopbi.tr I m 11. latter
P c
i similar that itt. portion of the
Floridian & Journal at the fir/i of t tc! I cssav in qoeV
Tdla1lau"f' In
F/a. J. March. l>q_ Duacanville: Cto.OT unenviable distinction which he won -- lae serie _ton, here "Le .--1i1
.Tjnnarv *"* IS1)) & ?. 1 S'Ii. .I1 I self a, a Circuit: Ju&.lt.; 1 ,.ll l not atl01 ...o averts my -nej'" .


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i I Death of Htr. Archer.
when the sheriff armed, winch, I thou under circumstances to auspicious of 'Uc rlappl to the Courts and see if they will not I I' that Court had di pood of the ease, the Republicans and I, MOSTICHXO,}t-t-. June Slim 1 53.EtirroKs .
health U.II II sued out nnotlxr writ of/iat'eaa ,
gnJ corpus
1 to be w'r.j-wM trot, but wbkE he would hare I Jtoribian # ounia I11! I 'the 40 g.o work have guts been bravely rekindled o.on The every Whig hill and prevent injnltec.will This Company is in debt I brought the parties before the Supreme Court again. I I hs.a: -I take this means of \pretsicg
aJ and C'ourt
'n ( IJ quoting
the public believe 1 had denied. And while in the Did Dominion, anJurn require uneolliu, j, They were now confident securing the release of the deep gloom into which our commnnily was

: he himsfelf that no harm had -"- ------ brighter every nltY.In> a the election approaches." the Language of the floridian.) that the payment of the "rescuer*. But after.e careful hearing of the I I I thrown list week when intelligence wa* received
: TAt A H A 8 SEE : I the dividuIi from time to time. shall be credited I case the Supreme Court of Ohio composed of five
,, been done by his orders," and the transaction Those Whig fires of'40 and "44" are now ./- I' .. Republican judges, decided that the prfso. I I of the] de-athof the IIo" Jn'. T. Artl.tr. Nearly
-S I{ to the stock debt of the Stockholder until the full Back
of the business th ucby scoured Lcteher'i election them, and ourcotemporary I b* remanded to the of the U. every one felt that he had! lost a/r/VW cad we all
public that the ftATCRDAY. .JUNE 18, 1850. .ueehed amount of bit subscription is paid.' This i* the ne) of tIle live custody the I. Son. His
lie ends the paragraph by saying, on --- is left to on in darkness, with | S larl Three Ju.C feel that the state he* lost her brightest
of the : =Vtr =- == -= : grope I law ; if it i is not it ought be, and that you sIl' law conatitvtiona]; that the : erd
fixed for the departure herit I t Ihee WILt indeed a rare com1linatiotbe highest morning : Kr.J. *. TimSCriAACK baa bees appointed.p ntto no glimmering ray of light t guide his hesitating had violated that lav. and must submit :
the full benefit prisoners
: IM indisposed, and h. returned me, receIve SBbMttptiau, .c9ec.J the Flr.fi I h T CC to the decree of the U. S. District Court. 'I of talent with the-strictest integrity uJ honesty cfpurpose
r to raise theinference: that & anM lbs tmLlnllep. !I Here, then, in this simple iubtrtion'the friend consideration the intweet }n all matter
thereby jt rtssJpIs
4 I intending JI.. b. o I This ease. I say, l deserving the serious I taking deepest
.indisposition" "'4 the reason why I was not Troprletors r 1. The PloJia7 has verified the truth of the old I will see the distinction between the fact stated, of some of our Southern people who seem to I II concerning the public welfare yet portly vnl/i,

taken bvvthe sheriff to Tallahassee. The saying: "Tonch pitch and be The mis r I which we did not question and the result to be d i Pearcon'* Ileply.J defle" I
Will be able testify to those who de- .adp dncad therefrom which denied and if, from verdict of .not guilty" in ca where] men are I
to we ; think of self all
he seemed to possessing
1 "hrt J Our readers will find, in ty'* floridian the representations by the Faintly Friend of the bearing to have flagrantly violated positive statutes never ;

1 .ir be informed on the subject that while I promised response from Jndge Pearson t the olin of an article which appeared in this paper of the henceforth that paper persists i in its absurd and I uf proven the country, These Oberiin iescuers were eon the amiability of a woman and yet tin firmness and

4 I treated him with no diirfcct ditrtgard- ridiculous distortion of our comments, it Mill be I victed in a community, by a : decision ofosan. He **tatiter in vtoJtrttfitrliler
was truly
\ ion of Judge in this paper on the i 4th Inst., were pointed out by us last "week whereupon strong anti-slavery ; ;;
rd the ridiculous idea of my Bltcllu\J.hcd done with the full knowledge that weaieVe'ngde! j jury J, in part Republicans] who j its h wouldnot
( was crmlftr
i i 21st ult. that bristles and bating said the romp re. TOMJ.thot [
press tp. law 1
Tallahassee under it I I detestation of the fugitive'slave
"I \ \ being taken to suppose -_ _- "sticks it. does liberately n1iertprl"ente. half him he was loved, by and endeared
to -
house i Ia sixteen feet high I but who did not feel themselves on that expre ,
I never occurred to hire, as it never did to me. Mr. DAVID K merchant of this dtdied I One an act to the editor of the jUltife
!}. I lru. more-it takes to the mud I as naturally a a duck .or A account in writing "not upon indicment to the people. 1IU character wa a. well
The only notice that I took of it ,'a to write: 'i on Thursday morning last, about 3 o'clock, after a I friend. He did the democratic ticket in gity"
41 support a
1 to t'ie puddle," where, with evident satisfaction Chief Justice Swann pronounced the opinion in known and understood that further n nm nt unnecessary -
t t'' the C. J tic letter of the 21st January, pre I I long illness. Mr. H. a native of a 1856, but that he did not support Judge "
: I the hands of r ,& Brdgepr finding himself in lila native the editor a"mit the Rescue case. Subsequently the Black Republican for he M wore his heart ww life sleev, -
\.Iou ly ".JIh sent by Conn. and at his death about el.ment Haw kin in
29 1858. The
was reason begiecaforhispo'
f u.crtt age.
years .bites, scratches and fghs" with the same fussy convention which was called on t make a w..n deplore cur (I fear irreparablehwand

t 1 the sb"l.i be to the He was a man of ..n and generous impulse, and fervor he has promised to exhibit in behalf of his sition il the but canvass is that his bread andmeat" nomination for Chief Jatct repudiated Swami, who i is there that can and will take hi*pU. ? By
It n'*J not uninteresting ta-pay- leaves circle of attached friends his I "
a large deeply being -
of the State to know, that the return favorite ticket for the Supreme Cur dpnde npon independent"We whereupon the Columbus Statesman says, that, by inserting this in your p"perOU will confer favor

I d ers tl" sheriff with this letter upon, containing a sympathize with his bereaved .1duw aDd rcltie The whole of this unexpected .a ar of word*" wolJ a isis to appear harsh, but each a tbs attempt to punish a just judge for doing his : on this community and especially en one who "U
in their sore reason B not creditable, because a man whose I
1 t '. Mipreslron to Judge Baltzell that the pre d.j afictun. origilJll.grew out of I few comments on our part political] principles very are held subordinate to duty the Republican party has cut its own throatIt I to the deceased a FKIEAD.Public
address of Gov. from money : the defeat of this nominee for -- --- -
i in WAS illegal, and notice that it would be Masonic Celebration. dehttJ the late Perry predicts Republican
br his bread and INcarablnCoiiutr.
be induced nd- "
meat, to fleeting at AVarrlnjttoii
expunged from the records a such, lie certiicd We remind the Fraternity that the 24tU instant which ('omltnt the family Ff'utid undertook to I might I JnJge to fill Judge Swann'b place at the coming .

j I \ the expenses of the 6hcrif an this wild- being the anniversnry of St. John the Bapti i U deuce two tJIfrot"denunciation" gui manifest \ocate my party according u the pay election. J At a Public Meeting which assembled Temper-
I ntea the other. We
j : poe chase, and caused t be paid out of I ft apart for a grand demonstration of the Masons hatred"of the Governor '.ttIUs he would not derstood- on way this or that nnut the r.r"loUder-1 There is no question,remarks the Journal rf Coatt\ once Hall) Warrington Fla., on the eH't.ing. <>f

the State Treasury. in behalf of the Mount Vernon purchase. Pii-t .. becfcinc the Milling slmeof VoIce and Co., and a ineinuiiting merce, but that the action of the Convention has the i i Thursday May 19th, 1859, and of which (;. G.

How, then, did the issuing of thi proce, I Grand Master Gen. R. K. CAL i is th orator for the the endorser of fraud ;"-and secondly the insinuation Frieitd i is"a eoKHcr of fortune, ready to enlist under I disapproval of a large portion of the Republicansof I P\ITbOS. }:J. was chosen Chairman and B. I).

'j which I treated with contempt, or how did oeel!i on. It i i. said that the surrounding Lodges by u'of a f-iNe statement" by somebody] in any binuer but onr only design is to illustrate Ohio, and that sooner than appear to sustain it WILIIAMS: and W. G. B. RTUSo,
I the attempt to coerce Judge DuPont to unite L i 'i be out in full force. Let. 111'1 come-JacVfun the. matter of the I stock account" of the Florida the unfortiuate reason given a the snoring cause I by voting for its:candidate, many of them will cast I. Preamble and Resolutions were t.nanimouilyadopted '
for Ian indifiendtnce in 1S5S. And in this
; .with him in holding a court, "secure the transaction ; to it, with the aid of Brother I>.UILLT Railroad Company. connection their ballots for the Democratic nominee. I :

the nublic! business f" That harm t L.ei fee ... .., we tunld inquire again Mhether he gave any I, ,! .. .. .. .
of no [ I .r.I. ;. 1L".1 ,I'N' _.. .. ." T. .?. .1.? *, .U ;.. .su._.;,". fn "n..t that.... -
: fhf. 1L"f.LI..1 \\
e me citizens ol H ana n ,
"'. '''' --- eno --- -- unJ" -- n''-- amngton e>al3cy having
; t' := aid anJ confort to the Gadsden Democratic tegtalthive EXCCII ION TO ATLASTIC CI.-On last
done but ) M true Thurav I
wa (to any one elf : : word of abuse or denunciation of the Gonr(1 r some hundred with': ]hitherto lived under the jurisdiction of the State
hadtaJietwer tickd at that time?! We are already told among ole persons
i At bat the public business was not < but .ordal. to be found in the nts in ]ha the various railroad and other interests
was Cuniiii< question or press or buint:1 I! of Florida. and exercised all the rights of citizens
;" i: ._ the term when..!.' j I This gentleman \11 has been favorably incnviilten \ ; that' be did not support Hawkins-was it essential this
I &Jril of Stale and Sew f
unti \ ,. e\er e'j..T.J i.our e..iirnnnar. have Wtiolicite* Jersey a guests o- of that State, and not being to ]
,, .., ... : Wliis "independence" to for Wtstcott and to the Camdcn and Atlantic Railroad: deposed tamely
: January. My sight wa so farimprond | I letter to the editor if the Pcuacola I" i -- .L. .n. .. ,o'r"I"* .icatun roe lompln1: surrender those without full and
a to enable to take in Ob \I.e family friind pnoiote the success of the I independent' candi- had a most delightful excursion to City. rights a precise
( me my scat upon ttrttr .Mdille sity*. I ]jwrceie by the puMic represent I i no reply t<)
; t the bench, at the following term, at Jacksonville I journals that it i is the uidiof i my. friinJi that I tliU to ..II that we have urged upon him the pro. d.itlir the Legislature against the Democratic The day was visit was in Her.pleasure sense satisfactory and entertainment; and the
in Febrar and I believe that neitllN. \011J be a candidate for the office of l'lid.If re-considering his determination with respect nonincf. 1 we nrc not nli tlen.the Democracyof At the dinner replete, especially the occasion was lad.: to -nounce thereon, dohmerely resolve

I Judge ont nor myself have been in the I Justice of the SupreuuCourt. of Florida. A8catl I regr.t jt to Fijri.inp the bond: Otherswho are justlj r Ca
; : slightest degree influenced by his arrogant assumptions I that it is not in 1113 to with Ihdr regarded as his earnest and most zealous friends, ]hirtul to their int.est. and this was one of the paigne and the accompaniment. of ese-elleiitepeeche::i I. Court held jurisdiction in a case recently tried
,l power from Morton M'Michad CJIUTOII, Kithnr.Vaux .1 before it, cannot be rwd into a JSsfrancbisementof
of have clone! :: reasons the 1 elnh.r con" -
\ri h. the same fora why present iglit out the
POW( > I am, therefore, not for that ll.ing never I proprietor
Dr. Nuar and others. W
momcntthinK Judge
I rndi..te hollc. 5 the the" second
of tbi of
Kot content, however, with imputing absolute uf e." lug we im.igine until their opened It<. then editor, making the j apor at once Democratic, can scarcely do more. at the! present moment, that! .a II voters precinct

falsehood to me in regard to the causes This declination of the use of Ms name by Ju
which prevented my atendance at the regular I Jordan J"I\e no on- in the field in the West :v that they ".er., either advising him become the:: i and Iwlf. were to come from. I in error, "e will and express our warm thanks to Mr.( lirodhiemiti. th: ,: on the Sheriff of the said county in his *x-(ffic5o capacity .

I term at Tallahassee, he went further in the I .ho M.eCt I w illing slave of Yulce and Co." the clit'crfully make the proper correction.Tli' President, and the superintendent and Directors OJ I: (Tax Assessor, or on the Judge of Probate
Yongc, K fir as we can learn, i ii or tndorE ol r I' the
_ St,5. reckless madness of his zeal in the harangue : generally fraud." Even A CompnT. I in the exercise of the legitimate function of his
Lawyer who
acceptable and will no doubt electcl }I.il. cannot be tJ continues to improve rapidly ; new r
aforesaid, and charged upon his Associates a I .b I pecee of a leaning towards" Yulec Co." ] pub 8US ::address put our Interna Improvement sys buildings have been erected, the streets unJ gar office.

_ f corrupt combination to degrade him. This t:5 The Macon .'o, -'lal cud Jfritrnycr of tlie I li-bed to the world as his opinion: that-The IA conditions I duistood tem before, and t -c i ia people in In I the that it.may that I l'e un (.n" attractive. and e\ery ireparati.n;I 2d. That as the Sheriff of Eecanibiu continues to

the decencies of the fld. only pjpcr Ins | made for an unusually i recognize the jurisdiction of the State cf Florida
shocking outrage upon lath insU prosperous !eoJ. !
announces in that being complied wills jivcn a true .
.1etl. city on the by the Railroad in the : expose *y .ti- .; we trust therefore } the able and liberal lf f the CiriioVii :
i judicial forum only the brutal nature I tint it will find iu management ; over Taitar Point, a fact shown by hit serving a
manicst 10th ofl Mary *ife of opinion of a of the Board vay into all the
H Clayton I B Clayton, majority the wgning of IJe\HI- and Atlantic Co., tliii wutciing jd.iee will alna] }!I
of the man, and wi certainly excuse me &Mrs. C. lla.many friends iu Hamilton the bonds leconut a duty positively I pers of the State, f>o that all our citizens le; I favorite resoit of excursionIt! i is excel- i ]legal' process in Warrington on Fridty! the 13thiiict.

for any severity of expression in which I may I State. where county is not in wise enjoined by lawand an opportunity: of pcruaing it '.1']judging for themselves j ]lently situated ft"re. has a fine ]harbor, I it i is clearly his duty in his capacity ofTav.
esteemed left
.lie was highly as an any to the discretion of the ". We were not a little at tIle sin- 11pn.th
!have indulged. When, however, this pag.c I accomplished Christian lady. Trustees." In the face of such pul.ir comments of our surll.i.. and sill one t'.iy importance nsa city, st I Assessor and Collector t,> appoint a clay and place
the '
: is looked for in the late it is not found. authority, coupled cot ns it is now prOllnlnt as a sea-tiJe -ort. J lie for the
essay, _- --- Floridian and Journal. One : assessment of the State and taxes for
p with the declaration on the part of the Governor 1m version i Railroad it il capital order nnd the s fleets .>l lt county
If the Chief believed his own charge, it was Cotton Burnt. himself that in of the matter that the stock account of the I t its enterpri-e.f are nianiftttcd in tile general improvement i 1839, within the sccemd precinct of the s.iij county
his citizen make the A fire occurred in Columbus, Ga., on the a certain event lie would] co-oj>crate Florida Railroad Company, in tI I
duty a a good to evidence night with the given tl. address i is I of the country round.-J'/nladttfftia and not to impose upon ns the necessity of a journey
which he of the 7th inst by which the Alabama and remaining Trustees, we think decent the of Gov. i is I I
: upon founded his opinion Fon for I 6ttlDent lern"hen fle i :an City Item*, June 4. i to IVn-MColu for that purpose.3d. .
known and to have both tame Warehouses, 8,934 bales of Cotton respect public opinion should baT constrained statement illonJ| it".lf. JI.d we {
for im
presented containing We invitation
us this Monticello into think the fioruliiin might ] tin Governor- acknowledge an frm Mr. nl"x- : That we, the citizens of Tartar Point,feeling

t peachment. The Constitution,by aJres and with other valuable] Irfrlwere totally con a noble journal ascribing t their appeals the justice to lime said so-.I.e but k""Iing| that t '(I- head through our friend FITGICALI of the Item, to deeply impressed with the utility and necessity cf
more motive than
: impeachment, affords all needful appropriate sumed. The 1.6 i supposed t :v.Q.apron ling the low and grovel lia fit ought of sight he goes on to argue that join in the txcur -ion mentioned al>H'. Ci'cum- Justice's Court, as taking cognizance cf a cLiss of
of which one Besides the family friend i is opjK'eed to law aiiih l
is aSine.
against a delinquent Judge without only by insurance. fttemnt Hluitand
stances alone Te\ented from
I covre should ] us being present.- cafes cannot be introduced before the courts
learn t be
to mu untrue. Now all know
the distinguish between the man I Yu we that
to of .
resort y
ti The schoolmastcring which the a ptytyrnt Steamboat JCxplalou. lee," who is the ol-jeet of the editor's and the it is opposed to law and equir. and that is the Nothing wOll.] have given us greater pleasure of the United States, antI acquiescing in tho principle

I impeachment The Steamboat John G. Lawton exploded her public interest. /ae. reason it was presented ; i:the ttatement of than a trip and isiS i of that sort, 'here in addition of concurrent jurisdiction laid dow u by Judge
against me before the to Opposf the man as much us the Cuinpany,and not of Gov.
cover yon l'srrvther-f5reifit
prefers publc boiler, about 18 mile above Savannah on the river U to the gratification of once more taking by tht McIntosh, as applicable to this place, are desirous
I please provided in doing the the alone]
his untrue
consists th.t of
own delinquency Company ure responsible for
specifications 1
t thre of that name, on the 9th proprete. it- hand a long and highly] cherished brother of the of
inst. inherent
by which exercising our in
when properly analyzed- one pnn ]life are not overlooked, but remember that a Independent Prets, June 11.W' rights electing Jut tic*s
was instantly killed, and a number of very types and quill, we could have studied the merits of the Pence for this precinct, and call the
1. Dereliction of official duty ; oter. Urge portion of East Florida and the Trust Fund e. too, mOlt express our "surprise" hat! the upon
of their
yet found, were'liLevise "prominent *ea-"idc in compari-oj of P.
Judge obatc
to been itself are directly interested in editor of the rert. to furnish us with his reason for
2. Misrepresentation in the excuse assigned flJ'pe the construction of Press should have indulged in O sin.gular"
Lrlled. 8 with some of our own watering place excluding us from his election
this notice of!
road. 19th.
therefor; -- : To discriminate between the two, then a mUtakc as to the character of the r7o.id. a \piil
q : in office. would be wise and ian't The Battle of Moiitebello.y 1S9, (published iu the Pensaecla Obsen of that
i. Corruption Every man to his taste but tie confers that we becoming for while the one may comments The editor of that paper is a

Each. and every one of which are as false can see nothing in the election of Mr. Lctcher to excite I beery obnoxious other may prove a great and ]lawyer, and i he will look again lie ".i see that I This battle was fought on the 21st ult. I seems and other dates) while he continues to exercise other

and the the gratulatioim] of Democracy. On the to have been a brilliant affair, if functions of l.is office w ithin our limits. -
groundless as assumption i of power bynuiv.ii contrary lasting public blessing. our remarks went no further t than to point out the.if.iij we Da.jl.Ige
: I we see much in its moril effect to denlore. "._ u .. 1.. .tAI. ,I,.. .. from the following description 1 4th. That these resolutions be transmitted to the
iiiv V- >IC'HTMS ie luuilltrue. "" ncrona "H. .L.M. 11 given 1.y a correspondent
J pruiicmucv The abolition sheets Xorth-such the' Boston aitfgatton rthrre to is equally >'j niin.il Hit .iuu.u COIHpei le
He will find iiiti; a ) of the London Xetr Governor and Executive of the State, who is
good people of Liberator, New York i-tig font and Aetiottal golndl\ the frt Ordinarily, it is conce distribution of dividends in accordance with the : hereby

i /JI Florida will judge his Ahiatlsith more Era, hail the election of an Emancipationist in Virgiuia .ed tha a man is the best judge of the import of principles of justice and equity. We quote whatwe The battle Montebello scarcely admits of description. solicited to take such action in the case AS he may

t j candor, and l less malevolence, than lIe has as a frtf6i triumph in the very citadel of his own language. This rule the Friend said: It was a series dreadful deed of daring deem most proper for the purpose of removing the
; done ; and to their arbitrament, and that ofOUi .Iner.wbie some of the Southern Rights papers V"r t escape the sl..egs if re of hand t hand fights, sanguinary encoantr. obstacles which, by official neglect, have been suffered
li The Governor charges and assaults. The
call the
the are mourning over it a* evidence of"taLr" reprentton.- attention of the Trusteesto desperate soc
t5.uUIIm p.ofcs.i.*rliol>aro ornam".t. Vtegi..is. M>..uoUu
,. ,: instructed, and sustained the by I in"ttuton" in reply t the Independent Press, that it not point made by him is worthy Frd consideJtion It troops that our centre, already engfge. was oblig. rights vf citizenship.

p presence I cheerfully consign a1 the ques we suppose that our neighbr of the Florid- only to our is stated that a ] in Company will ed to fall on the right of our ] retiring from 6th. That copies of the foregoing resolutions be

tions of law and fact between us tan desires t be understood A rejoicing over the with loreig thonglt t charge any person not be required to pay an assessment on his stockexceeding Montebello, protected by a ravine filled with brushwood transmitted the Floridian "
B. M. PEARSOX. election of LetcLer becaus he is a Demort But hniag made a false statement,"but that our $34 CO t share of while the which descended towards the main road of r Journal, the Pen

what boots it if be is a Freetoiler Emancipation language is not even susceptible of such a construc Trust Fund pay pl the Stock it tlO.rece at one Voghera.As sacola Gazette," and the M Pensacola Observer"

I From the Martanna- Patriot- -,Jane-11. itt, whether lie it a Democrat or Whig? Upon the tion. I was only with reference t the retult contended hundre cents in the dollar. It further e stated General Beuret led on his men to support onr: whose respective editors are requested by this Meeting

Kail Road Meeting. same principle the floridian might rejoice over the for from Mr. Call's statement that that declaring dividends, those stockholders centre, it was observed that a body of the enemy to publish the foregoing resolutions in their
4 election of a Black Republican t the Presidencyifhe our comment have paid but $34 CO on each share of had gained the top of a gioimd behind the
with call fora Railroad hilly columns and
In a meeting, had ftc ; resolved furthermore that
compliance the
J4 Chair
; of the citizen of Jackson happen t call himself Demort In this I t do will receive a much a the Fund which his paid French decision on our A deadly volley
'a respectable atOreenwood portion the 28th affair we are inclined to think Foia7 A single illustration may perhaps throw a of $100 on every share held by it I this be so, it was poured into them, and, protected by fre. be empowered ppoint a committee (if five to

}, .;, County'met On rmslkra of Gen on J. olt. FIXLEYwas in its rejoicing, will b all in a gang by iteltinel. ". light into the editor's mind and enable him ray seethe will be inequitable and unjust, and ought not to be !both Piedmontese and cume out from carry this and the preceding resolutions ii to effect
Mion. lon .
I ,. was called the Chair, OK of Wm. distinction between the chief fact contained t to. But is it 8 T Would not a Court ravine and went boldly to meet the enemy. The. The Chairman having appointed the committed
: 1 Anderson Eat t VI'IL was E I The Sentinel assumes a true that which If not the in require that the payment of the dividends, from effect of the new French gun,carrying their bullets called for the
statement by resolution the
H luTOY L true. Mr. Letcber referred to and the result deduce time to time should be credited the stock debt t a distance of more than two English miles, was meeting adjourned
'tj: act Secretary.Judge not I a Freesoiler or Emanci t
i therefrom Thtfoft stated of the stockholder the great that the of the tine die.
that the centre Austrian
amount of his 1 soon
I'k the chair, I unt '
taking briefly
explained With the
FnleO the the solitary exception of his eon!I of the Florida Railroad will not subscription wa Unquestionably. A man obliged to fall back on its reverse, and Montebtllo GEO. G. PAUlSON, Chairman.
l meeting
: appointment required to
oJet.o t b nection with the publication] of the RnfFner b pay of was again
[ t.ke abae. occupied by our men. this time
t 1 f of two *on part of Jackson I pamphlet a greater assessment than 34j their subscriptions tn any enterprise andpars By the i B. D. WrLtiixs. )
his record on the slavery is percent. on only t34Con| the thousand the third and fourth brigades of General Forey' dine WM. oeeta
I il, County to act in conjunction n with arven other cornmitsioners question .clear the balance. MM G. BAKTH, f fMThe :
from ret deduced is that in declaring He could not ask, when i on had reached the scene of the This die _
of that of the are
I ,appointed by people reproach a* editor of the Sentinel. diviendo acton. -
0 I Ford dividends these : will receive made, t be regarded as having t officer had left in of small I
tkbeder much debt support a
and Uadsden in order receive as
4 County A that al
t cha. pamphlet and his views in Volunteer ."
1847 let him when *
t t had not done bund of the
BO, would national
: nor
the the
per as Trust Fund by bye
I I ter of the Western Road from PenMcola.It which Dir.durl IllrJ-\'bo.
Quincy hun. The
one volunteers and their
t pays
r peak for ( We from address be allowed to consider. fought his friends in this have
I 1 j Also, that it would be the duty of said commission- hma quote an over dred cents in the dollar for its S Xo Court on earth bravely- 8ndin an orderly City
en TO elect a Board of Directors. bis signature published in the Richmond Enquirer the eoee. We did not would permit a proceeding so manifestly unjust un Ia I offic r of Ins tafl Marshal Baragu.iy d'J lilhiers, hid a lively time this week. The Agent of the

h 1 Judge Jewe and Mr. Dubois of Tal1.hI6ee. Mr. of the 17th ulL : question fact as the family friend most singularly its very face. asking !support be. United States Government has arrived and paid off

'.r.. Isaac U. H.m. Mr. C. M. l.rrs Cot Samuel B. ] charges, but denie the rent claiming that a Tllsems to us to be the equity of the case, and Having thus given his order lie came on with,I the gallant Company late under the command
The head an.J front of in Court "-e are certain that is h Zouaves at the cdt cfDipt
my would therefore it the lav. battalion
5' Lore, and Seabrook of wereIf offending regard require that the payment of the divi juts eharrff. Onj m Mickler.
I'Ji, present.Col Mj. County to this matter, (slavery question,) I i that in common dends, from time The "Stock o Chasseurs d'Orisanruahed by, .the ht of the We arc informed that lie has thus t.
time. should account to which J
I t. 'I Lore Laving been called upon by the meet with many people in Eastern Western t be credited t the the attention of battle on their faces" It was accompanied by two; disbursed about f 27.000, in hard coin Good nf ws
I Virginia in 1847 I entertained the stock debt of the Stockholder until the full Trustees was called, i is the statement the battalions of the line
t ir injdelivered a very intereetingspeech. Jlehowed opinion that amountof by commanded by Dnchef and I for all our citizens, and much good their
l'( I'' I the great advantages which the people of Jackson tlaitryr-a* C social tt political evil.' I have always ]- ]his subscription w paid." Secretary of the Florida Railroad Company cited Lacretelle. The shock was terrible; LacreMIe hard-earned wages do to those who have may

t: i County woul.derive from the building of the pro admite.in frankest term, that I enter. We do not know that the point can be made by the Governor from the Journals of the General f Fell dead from his horse, .Major Duchef Ml dead- waited for justice. *o long
fa ts and he adduced tined expressed that opinion in 1847,and that any ifltr him; our men still advanced a la bayoHtlte.
posed arguments clearer for the
were road 11e and satisfactory. I I did not change until the fall of 1849. At that it is one of those cases the mere statement Assembly- .piat" made is the inference deduced An Austrian Colonel] and 2 were made, We doubt not that oar efficient and faithful
1 Judge very,Jewrtt followed Mr. Lore in a speech time I became satisfied from an examination of the of which is prciitMtd t be enough without frm that that, in declaring dm p r8ner. Assailed in front by .; broken. resentative Hos. GEOROB S. UAWKIXS, has been rep a

which was replete with much valuable information question that my opinion was erroneous. I avowed labored explanation. Nevertheless a this will, in dends, the Fund, which has paid dollar for dollar b y impetuosity of the charge of the SrJilian hundred times toasted in the festivities of the

J4 I and ..marked with much abit. He demonstrated the change and I refer to mv Congressional record all probability, be our last allusion to the subject, for its stock, will receive no more per share than lonfrat light horsemen, led by the Lrae He deserves the wtek.
as furnishing conclusive evidence of ifortlli attacked popularity he has gained and i is
einceritr. the
not only the ut the ine'ita- my those ; on by the Second
I' LIe necessity of practicability from Quiney to "In 1850 I became a candidate for the Reform we will f far simplify the matter as that the obtu- stokh.1er who have paid but I moiety of a and by our rgJ along] the line,l'rigIJe. specially worthy of priUtfor his indefatigable

'Ill'I I I I 1'enmcola buiding. former ['lace with the : Convention, and in a District largely] opposed to scat intellect need not be befogged" any longer their subSrptODS I i manifest that to mkedividends Yustrians began to retire after lniggle vf six efforts in the present instance. It was through

L'I' Bainbridge Road and also the Fernandina Rod-| of me on general than pltie I was elcted by D majority about it Suppose, then, for illustration, that tenor upon the principles ef that statement as h ours At five o.dok. P. M they were driven them, seconded by his influence as a gentleman and
He Lad returned from Pcnsacola ba I more 120 such a man A. IL IL thus >eil down the hills towards Ftradtlla
more individuals illustrated mel on
just ting tr a : in the construction would O be inequitable and one
Stuart, engage of a unjust, patriot that the
Esq Secretary of the Interior under s ide, towards Casatisma the appropriation for this
elled] oyertherouteL of the proposed road and wasmrrcioro I on other, leaving payment
f' :; _. President Fillmore In mv own eonntv mv "."1.- I Railroad, the cost of which, when fully completed. and it wasas to how this injustice could be prevented I aonnds of dead_ l l1iin__ _<_1 th_ m_ was made,despite the exhausted condition
uu of
> *
With the, )State rrjp icv aid which jd.te-promised voiiug i me together I.-- hors and friends who Lad blown me "from child will be one million of doU.r Supps.in addi- that our remarks only had reference. We never We had won the day. The Austrians were treasury-St. AvgH\tine Examiner June-1. Ihe

I with prnt road could10t debate hood, who in the knew Franklin everything connected with th r tion, that among the inducements thee indi- dreamed of calling in question the troth of the therefore unable to force our positions,though they .

4 only b buit it would be one of the most of the Ruffner Society, and the publicalioi i lidualsthus engage in the enterprise is the fact document cited by the Governor or of imputing were 15,000 strong, with a powerful artillery, thus Hefting; on the next Presidency.We .
profitable the lie stated that the pamphlet gave me an overwhelming t outnumbering n* by men. Forey's division
t Directors of rod.tha Sut and Pensacola Road majority.of the votes polled. In the county of Au, held out that in no event will more than 34 J percent him its authorship nor are our comments," we numbered scarcely 6.0, fighting men, and was understand, say the New York Sn, that

were ready at any time t make the assignment of gusts, where my connection with the Ruffner pamphlet of their several subscriptions be called for will be.pardoned for saying, susceptible of such supported by 900 Sardinian bol: You must not several bets have already been made in the city

the charter from Quincy t Pensacola.Mr. "'A sought to be used against me, and where I just enough t do the grading and furnish the crosstie construction.: nn. forget that this brave cavalry] led by young 'Colo upon the Issue of the next Presidential election.
DuBois, a Railroad there was a Whig majorty of upwards of 700, Ice 1[ nel De sustained for In hour the -
I practical Engineer en the I is further agreed that the iron and 8nnnz. first One sporting man has made the
in this business fo many ) and who had county majority of more than I equip shock of tJe enemy thus git ing time to the French following bet:
gage 'er. Both ments are be Campaign In Ohio. One thousand
i the route Pensacola, next addressed the Totee the Rockbridge and Al- t purchased by the bonds of the to come np. dollars that Senator Douglas will

meeting. He stated that the road could be gusts were at that time,as they are now, deeply, pony, which bonds are to constitute a debt to be Te Journal of Comment says : Time last charge nude by the Sardinians be the Democratic candidate
for Lye buit interested in slave property, neither would] have the Tlie Democrats of Ohio enter the fatal to Colonel Mor.lli who WI
through Jackson County per cent i paid by income and assets of the road-a upon campaignwith felllhortnlly wounded One thousand dollars that Senator
t and there voted for a man who was unreliable on the question. very great enthusiasm, and actually threaten from hit hors. Besides Seward will
capital of the county tht would be but scheme. The t this loss, we have to deplore be the
L little heavy grading on Hi estimate In the county of Highland I also received a large pretty Company go t work-grade carry the State for their ticket The unanimity SuO ilond and zoo Amongst the]but t. Republican candidate. -

was t.a the road would cost rad 18.0 per mile. majority of the vote eeL These three counties: ten miles, and with their bonds buy the iron ne- with which the candidate for Governor, Hon. Rufus I the names of Colonels womdrd, L terre, De Belle- One thousand dollars that the Auieru-aiis and

l $ per mile of which would b paid out of the I District."After Cr for this distance. They proceed with their P. Ranucy, .a nominate. indicates a cordial .I foiids. Dumeni. and Major ,'], all French Whigs will nominate a third candidate. .

internal Improvement fund on the completion] of 20 | my service in the Convention closed, I Iwas gding. but in the meantime the interest on the agreement, and ".il go enlist the -hole] party !superior ofctM ae to be notified. One thousand dollars that Donglas be
in the nominated
fall of 1851 in his
mule bo nominated as a ardently support the Sardinian
mile leaving 16.0 per t paid by the for Congress, and at election have eadid.t trt iue of bonds falls due With the ] De n.nernlFor\ cavalry: colonel he will be elected, and if nominated
etkhuIeN. li. remark were listened with no I regular amounting say t large plurality against them for some I Sonnaz, behaved nohl). The .f Monte he will
1 attution t opposition. At those various elections I have Dotonly $6000, which sum they have not the money to years past, Democracy have a great laborto Itlon..taken and retaken thrice during vill.ige theaction. carry the following Eastern, Northern Middle and

I At cnclu.ion of the speech of Mr. D., Gen. received the rotes of *iy political friends, but: meet The editor of the family friend, however, perform if they would secure the ascendency no pretension whatever to send you a. cor Western Stales: New Hampshire, Connecticut
I ,
called for his have also received the Votes of a large before or in I860; but greater political revolutions rest of the
; Milton was upon views in regard majority forward and with description As I have already New York New
the contemplated road. Aside from the importancethat t of those plticJyopp t me. step great magnanimity pays have taken place than WOQI be the overthrow of I said this brilliant 1'ltte. of no Jery, Pensylvaniit, Ohio, Iowa,

such a road would be t the agricultural and evidence associates, and I tkeo.ion ti. receiving in return a certificate for the opposition in that tateA it is only a sketch that I to description. : Indiana and Itlinoi
comerilintret of the country, he considered to say they are as sound and rlable on tGO of full paid stock Ten more miles are completed ---- your We are also informed that the same gentleman is

especially iprnt as a means of na the will aTr question .any men in Virginia, and and 1 on until the whole road i finished I correspondent of the Montgomery)' Cvftdera- Frost.A .. willing to bet ten thousand dollars that if D<>nglaa.
defence, in b.prompt t defend the institution when- lion writing from Washington, June 2, throw
case conveying the disastrous
tonal grading having been for frost was in be nominated at Charleston
,, trp ever paid out of the 34} experienced placesin he will
percent many
.AHr..t ._ _..On" aie" carry every'Southern
t. which
uv upon a question is destined to have II
called for from no the free States
the subscribers on the State
the iron night of time 4th
except Maryland.
He believed not only the road could but would This ia better authority than the pur. little influence in"tant.
_ built, and when built, that it would b b the Boston Liberator, the National renlny Post, eh.e with the bonds of the Company and the instalment during the campaign. We quote: which it i is supped did much damage to the growing m >.- .
or i
______ table. Era I i it of interest having been regularly met by The most important election of the present year I rrops TJe following: arc verne of the accounts U. S. OFFICIM AT visa SKAT or Wjia.-The following
On motion of J.mes F. McCel1n. a committee of' b not, the very fact that the Virginia Democracy the editor aforesaid, who ia return has received !I is that which i is t take place in Ohio next October. we have seen: i is a list of U. S. Army Officers who have
eve"" was appointed by select two and ekcted him their Governor Te Democracy are going to make a effort I permission
nominde desperate
Commissioners for Jackson County to t meet the other conclusive that they a satisfied l certificate* of full paid stock for each instalmentthus t rescue that State from the hands of the Black CIEVEIAXD, June 6.-Henry front*.-There w.lf to go beyond the United State, with time

seven Commissioner at Tallahassee for the purpose soundness. Moreover a his le.t are of l met by him The road now goes t earning Republicans. They have nominated a strong ticket, on heavy frost throughout and the northen part of Ohio understanding that they are to put themselves in
nomination Saturday night, the
of receiving the end of the charter by the Petersburg and the end of opened under wheat crop was badly]
We of something by the year it proposed te campaign very favorableanspices. I communication with the armies
l or antagonizing in
S the from convention not on injure destroyed and corn, grapes and potatoes
road Quincy t PenlOt The chair ap opposed th ground to declare a The I
!1 th.f.lvwiog t on saidl that lie i now an Emancipationist, but that he bad the dividend meet and The Democracy of Ohio will derive fruzn. j Italy, so a* to note military operation:
pinW Dlme Ptnl ac amount t divided is set apart for the from decision enidnbeaCnntge BCTFALO, June 6.-This and CoL W. W. Loring.
?l i : Jame} ) J. .. B at one time joined in requesting the publication of pur. the just city vicinity were Reg. Mounted Riflemen ;
I I Wm Ihrt eld. I). C D..kins W. B. Andern. a pamphlet which contained ps Among the Stockholders present i l the edi Supreme Cur of that Stte in the ease of the I visited by a severe frost on Saturday niJI destroy t I I Lieut. Cot G. B. Crittenden, Mounted Rifle; Msj.
II. sentiments Oberiin ing the fruit and I[ G. A. H. Blake, First
1) King. J. committee selected rpugan the family, friend, who represent a reuen This case is one that may pttO".1 it doing Dragoon ; Major H. Brewer-
fur this purpose Gen John Milton and Jhn T.Dnia I to Southern feeling. Nor is the Fiiat a
j gang by itself in i rlj.icng over his election, the holders rescued a fugitive slave from the hands of the United the country repert the frost &very heavy in some I Xinth Infantry; Brevet Major Z. B. Tower Engineers

The thanks of the meeting was tendered to Jud e.ew.tt 1 Sentinel might have seen had it looked into the A columns present have paid only $S4 50 on each Stl ofce. They were l indicted by a grand places this morning and the crops, it is feared, are I ; Captain IL 13. Clstr.Thm'trd( Infantry; Captain

:, Cut Love, and Mr. DuB .fv their tjble I of Democratic hare held by them respectively. These latter say jaryof 8 Conrt. A writ of kabeateorpHt much injured. I ID.vl J. N. Palmer, Second Car.lry; Brevet Cap*. T.

an intrt ing addresses. I newspapers; nor do we rejoice I that in the dividend about t declared they are was oat and te before the Supreme N. Y., June 6.-A heavy and diMstru. Seymour, First Artillery] ; First Lieut. G. W. iars-.
mo was that the Tallahassee merely] at his election O because be Is a Democrat" Court This Ninth Infantry Fir4 Lieut
uD. i rune receive a* much share the Stockholder wa parties were being frst prevailed In this vicinity on ; J. C. Helton. Sixth Infantry -
t as
Quincy. Alalabicl and Pensacola uppers I We look farther than a the triumph of a individual who per tried bv the United ette District Court at Cleve night,killing the growing corn and Saturday ; First Lieut John Pfgram,Second Dmjfjon.
I be ba the proceedings of this We consider bit election that the b.paid dollar for dollar for his stock, whereupon -lnd The Stt refused to release the priso garden vegetable*. It is feared at various

meeting. On motion, meeting adjourned.J. the Democratic a proof the editor of the friend bdiguntly with upon ground that their e..in course fruits have also been cut The loss,te antici -
.' J. FIXLEY. CAminsas. priHcp party are as dear to voice o thunder, inquires; "IS THIS SOT Ar. of investigation by aot tb11. and that tb pated, will be very heavy. 1 Hnrrairr MABSHAU.Dsowta.-This bell-weath-

W I I MLTX- Secretary.-! rejoice.] Virginia More etUl.ever, and it i for this thatwe the persons, who hare'paid only portion reached anal had a decision a right t. detla te aeaa ultl i CnccissATi, Jane .-There was a levers frost on er of the Know Nothings la) th*last House of Representative
rejoice -a Lteheraeetou their subscriptions el Sunday morning, extending over the whole of Ohio ia Congress decline a
re nomination
TnBo *rHia'-The Jacksonville papers that because it throw t b regarded as bing TM decision incited the wrath of the Republican and the ;
sate I' A Uapiper the & rid larger of Indiana and
; the Electric Telegraph reached that city on Wednesday upon all when they have not done t? Are they i l leader 'They denounced their Supreme damage to the wheat pert doing great In the LouIsville district at the ensuing eJeeliccv.
HufTt t re ,
for and
hope I Revival corn
of "ur.
a the .
the firrt of June, and that !I I Whig Pay.- jceiv five of the potato crop Mr. Marshall" fear of drobbin
the'imprart On the 19th of as much per share in this dividend a*one who I Dotwitbsning.U Judges were thei PmsBrro. June 6.-A severe frost. occurred In a are doubtless ti)
event was celebrated the April, our neighbor wrote I. '
Jul\ by firing : has hundred party. : this ne-ghborhood true cause of hi* determination. In
paid a cent in the for Li*stock t on Saturday night, nnd caused the last Gi.Wnatorial ->
dol : the U. S. District

I -t. tm i : "In Virjiui.1 where the h}was lnt put in mo I.The idea :preposterous% and I won't submit to it 1 parti Fnlh" 4 t* fined and ilp Court decreed rl J-'ow that tl.nt the f j. 'great 1d al'e:damage to acme to U ef:*the whfnf.fruit cOca trfis..v>!! r-ific "sp, a hsr.election IKTIJ! cuJTity.the Democracy carried his diiirictby : -




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BY TELEGSAPH.JR --.'- 1N1'IJELY WHAT'tEI iSTlKiL\IS IT! ? NEV:! Tallahassee Railroad T I HEW GOODS! NEW GOODS Spring & Summer 1859.-NEW---------t--GOODS.-1--- ---- -a---.

I m TIlE; : '4EIL BRITON. ; < I oWE ( 1859 Spring Styles.
THAT WOXnrJ rn. PlRiniNG AGENT .. -. ,nr Subefrii-ers
M;.,,'I' Pi.1'AVII.Ijttftrooi A. : are n."rrcr'ivin! our Stock of SPRING & n ure nowopeuag tleii SPRING

June 1.-*llf'f ..Cetton during the DaJ[ b"s }11C1 h3) lactic Fluid .ill h I mef'ti.C of this St.U.lel'r .I r GOODS, which we will!! sell very I .r J-: urn'wreeei"--- --_ .. .. 0 STOCK It is 1 he largest and best aatwrtidM
'rIERI loW fo OAmt and I e 1.\1' vt-r i47'- "l for *&!. in Sj>ring.
hrce days 2S, C9 laic. of which speculator took I This it a New ]J& ,,.'. II it the remit"Jsarnrd ., (e Cmpn'iV I'tiodvy. '- t prompt paying Cntolc-n. I I IIJ'lfg"anJr.I: : -: .. I' 'o'I.iti..r the B.a:1 variety. We name few

1 40y and exporters 4.< tlI 11 aK*. The market elwdMItli I I Keuarth. It it a I,-ntnj>h frtmlijie Kl-UlJ I the 13iL of July unt a*. .in ncoorJauce e.s-eizieg in part nsfullo*:*: .i Hfi'Xlriffli.tSriiL'.a: c_h \. ... _) art;, U* in r.vh department and will be Laf>a pt to ':
an advancing] It'u.J.r."lidJ1ing Oilcans C I with a tote nt annual : ; .
and Middling Ui>iamU 6 j. } TT is a Chemical Uu>ni of matt-iinls' provided by H. FLAOO meeting.P Dress Goods : I[ d' S UJ-'XER CLOTHI ,<' \. .i i.:"w tor .II I: r KT.V" part ot. tLe same to cxii'old

Manchester ad\tccs were favorable and the trade _L Nature Lei self for rendering par the air we Jane 18. 1ES9. !5 Secretary. Double Skirt Silk, Grenadine Robe Laize, !I / Gentlemen's far 7 friends ituii lie public.
breathe. lU net:ion is in obedience to fixed laws. II I FF' %
elite. Th* weather in England was favorable for Rb Liz Silk, Double Skirts I! nishing goods ef DRY GOODS.
frr 4.. It **** anno'.fnetd that the Sardinian )had QUICK SURE POWERFUL I IIt fI ----FASSM'S I Silk Las II"lyadt..e. I II every Heavy and ligti Dsoaburg,'by the tale piece ifyrrd.

lorotl the |1\lI -uge of the S .i* _ud eaptured Palas- purifies dwelling shake kitchen I IRON HOOPS AND Double Jupe Organdies, Donble Skirt. Jacoucte. description.youths cloth- g'a: I .Stripes, PiaU and Pntts, for servants wear .-
11"It rumored that Gen. Garibaldi had beenrtpulrtd Skirt iug. Madras and Vetona Hdlfs. for in vari *
wai It remove all offensive odors TS I Rb a Lie I same "iy ; n
ife Lombardy.ForKTH. I It curer burns with instant certainty ; FOR COTTON i Organdie Role. a L e, I ALSOA I large assortment ol Liner Goods priHg. Duck.

i>isrTca.Tlie It it the best preparation ever used fur fresh wounds.It -Q I Rl Magictiniic, Double bkirt Bareges .I Planters Linen Checl, Ae. Ae,&. Cuttormde Denims
Sardinian forced the ieage *f the ficsia in destroy all vegetable and auimal poison ; Price C cents per per cent. I Almedaa, I Robe a La ire run! supply of Black and Colored Cloths Marlboro StriP, heotiogs. Shirtings, Bed

the face cf the A list riant fortified at Pakftro. and It relieve in a few second the Kite of insects less /pnd.-25 .:.. Retteugottas, Las Bayadere Black and Farcy Spii-g Caaainaeres Ticks Calicoes Farnitnr pn its aud Checla.' -
Silk and
. after a revere conflict carried the city aud took be.. ete. lifantillas Marseilles Vesting, GOODS FOR TUB LADIES.
vnanjrprisoners. The Sardinians were under the It scatters boils when forming ; ANYone considering the advantages of Iron over _--- Black Drab Deta Alpacca. Arabiag Glace, I Plain anti figured Linen Mualiog,
initm-iiiate ctwi'tnaiwl t>f Vittcr Emarrucl.Gn It soothes boil when formed and beala.tbem Rp a material for binding Cotton Bales, -- -- White Brown and Fancy Drillings i Organdie and Jaconet Robe.
will that baa not been LACES RIBBONS &C. Duck and Plain I
long Linen
arihaJ.i ttiil sensation I
in adpt ,
n as creating a rapidly. urpiN Beautiful French Chintz! Ja> & Holw
the North, but it was rumored that he had met It is good for carbuncle ulcers crn and sorts; aioce. In against fire Lere i a OTrohlmi Embroidered Collars, I I Ribbon Trimmed Collars. Biown. Grey and Black! Silk tailed Spring Coat- Printed Lawns and Muaim x>DeU., j

with a defeat "itli a superior force and was re It cleanse the teeth and poriSej the breath; reason for tu adaption. Embroidered Skir | Ldie and Misses Setts, logs* fur suit*. I Earlston and other style CinsLams.
treating into Trvin. in S Itzcrland. The rumor The worst symptom of Typhoid and Scarlet Fever Presses m the Seaport Citie have been the Ladies Milei E" Uandkerchief!> All of which we are prepared to mannu cure English I'rmta. tome really'beamtiftJ f
main cause of its not being but1 Marseilles Collar promptly 10 the best and fasLiuuable"tuauntr..
Kowctcr lacks coii/innation/ Turin generally adopted: must "
as "lo
dirpatche are mitigated by the use of this Fluid; it ha been le"t uctiLlo, ((gn.af if true)
pay be wall11a1..ing further l'rort'fLThe known to check tbo spread of Typhoid Fever in Families now that objection i il rml'e er11. and the Or 8ie an Jaconet J1\.unelg. Please give us a C\LU I Do Expansion and Cvronatko, I Ii
Press, the 0., the PRo TORlUS & CLARK.
Emperor Nspoleon was about moving his and plantations. If'AII give preference Edging 4 i Erabioiderfd Colhirs. I
upon lustrtnc.
over rope. Tie Passman Iron and Tie isthe I Real Linen .k May 28, 1859. 22
bead to Carsale. HOp
Cambiic and Lawn
quarter in
Leading physicians are using it Charleston, Cc- I Hnn-iVerchirfs. GIG!
The Austrian had occupied Cawale with a con I lumbia. Savannah, Augusts, Atlanta Macon Colum- I improvement of one of the proprietors, and is II Tassels A Girdles fur Trimming Bue's. 1 RiWoud. ParasolsShade, Buttons. BolLias. -ea.. j

kijcrable) force. bu*. Montgomery, Seliuo Mobile and New Orleans. I adopted from the fact. that it is found after long ex- Fairy Dies Trimmings!, Bonnet Hibbn! j I Tapes.Thread Needle, Pine&e&aHATS. '<

It x s'*.reporte-l at Paris that as soon a*the French I :Tie Uorpila'.s! of New Oilcan and Mobile are J.riment t combine the greatest merits in simplicity Ruben Dalia" Fancy & Ilain Belt Rib'n, I j SPRING GOODS I ITt'ST i I II

ciitcr Milan. England ant I'rne.ia ill jointly male using i I'. facility of application of :any one ye I Feather Edge Trimming Ribbons \
.. lTort to end the i U so prepared .to require no change r and BWk Velvet I A till assortment. Black Cassiraerc. Smoke M inx>, .
ftr< ru iir war. Hospital*, expirations. .hirt master, maoufacturets < recomprcs Fancy Ribbons, ----Q-- I
There haJ lca \ at llorcnce b I I tin?. 1 Lu* obviating the only remaining Fieuth Cable Paris Drab CitU OIl. Broadway,
a ff\-l twen Eng- furnished the difficulty Veils I
planters phscian by gallon at at the sea beard : Fancy & Plain fluehieq. OUR STOCK OF OOOIdCON6I8TMA Planters. Aotiquc. Empire; Leghorn Can- ,
li'li and American aik of the I
t< >r on account latter reduced rates. clie. } Flowers fj
vronrg tricolor icsfttcs.1'arl.aiiuiit For sale by druggis's! aad country merchant generally II The hoops are sent of any length from eight to ten 'reo ,_ Parasols .t o Fans, or I too, Pearl Hair. Florence, Panama !.

mot tl.irtj fir=t May. The Enlih from o burn order are respectfully solicited. I feet. and a full guarantee given that neither the Ti., FANCY & ST_ PLEDB :Dr c.oods ; and many others.CLOTHING. ,

funds ,.'n' l-itojant and dtancing. 'I Try at least one bottle. Price 60 cents. Follow I nor Hoops shall break. And further tLa all cottoi GROCERIES AXD HARDWARE I. Ac.Raglans. ; "
It na rumored at 1'nri that the Emperor Napoleon direction bound in them hhall L received on same ternu GOODS I ; ;Sack,Frocks and Coats of Italian Clotli

1 will riU.rn to Fiance in August \3T Manufactured only in tie Laboratory of at the Orleans a rope bound cotton. T Fancy. iianb, brg Hats Boots Shoes &c. I trap d. Eta, tx, tc, Pants of all grades from best
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Heavy shipment of and materials eight bale is about the not 8hirn. ,
art.llcry eeigtt J. IARBY.Auburn, AI.. per same as Rope, we a Cassimere and Fancy L'oen Drills down to common
continue I For sale in Tallahassee by AMES & LIVELY pound more o less. Pruts. Bleeh". BOND & CO. Ol'erali.sts of all sorts,Shirts. Undershirt and

The Paris B.ure was Luo.'ant.llnd the three percents I and by Druggists generally throughout the State. I To show the oinio Ship Masters bare f it, 1 'I French rrilt. Miniuuters& Brown Dnll. Lloyd April 5. 1819. 14-tf 'I' Drawers Hosiery of all sorts. Cellars Stocks Tie
had adaoccd >ward< of one cent. : N. B. give the following numerous 4- Pla'de. I Glove and Pocket Handkerciefx.!
ij Prisons wishing soils ores, "water &c, analyzed I among ommndatiI < White Marseilles --------------
Apnni Cheeks,
The military comwiiteeofthaeGeruian Diet bad : can have.it dune ou reasonable term by sending I e have: d cort I '
approve.! a motion to place an army of vbfeervation to Prof. J. DAUBY. I. The undersigned masters of vessels Raving had I riue. !Malbo Plaids d Stripes. i
on the Rhine. March 12. 1859. cotton compressed with Fasaum's new Iron lloopa R\is" Mnain Collad.e. OCK P"Il6hL Bars ll-ly I nud Ties, recommend the Wbt A Dotted 3wIs.t iou.,on...v.- I n U". ...c...... lIn.. : (_Cjck- ; kinds and -
hereby same. The bales tyles, prices.
Twill Brown .t men h Crash
lola CI.lh. I i 1859.. 14-tf
Lug Lloyd April 2.
LATER well and the buttons o -ALSO-
FROM HAVANACiiAKLteTox.Jun bin compreeeed. or hoops, Tue Pillow Case Cotton aol I
e I 12.-TheFtf.iiiu-rIVtl. ani- orjiCKMKNT OF CANDIDATES.Sf : .1 ne\"e breaking .hen thrown down in the Ship" hold Ceb.Mlss Open Java and Laguira Cutler, for sale by HARDWARE FANCY OOOD3, \
t'.1 lto d\. l>rin ,Havana datt to the 10 int. Ii or when stowed Ldie Hose. Lnen. RIO. BOND A CO. NOTIONS. PERFUMERY,

The body tithe Hon. W. IL Robcrt'on former : "We arc authorized to announce I L. L Condey C.p Ship Moses Dnenpor Muslin, Alledale Lno Shirin.Cinoin BrwD &Bluch'ompon'l Lloyd April 2, 1811!. 14-tf CROCKERY. GLASS WARE -

(.,,.ul. was pl-tecd aboard of the l Iarque Hamilton Cot A. P. AMAKER as n candidite for Judge of A Robinson, Madi. Style 1.4 SADDLERY TIN WARE &e. .1;
OI the 16th install. for conte\ing to Philadelphia.The James Tomas, litany, ( & Shirtig.IIopkir TAILS AND IRON for sale by ALSOA -
barque Ardennes is doily expected on the Probate of. Leon county at the ensuing October I' A. TaUa Harea socket, with Lip FaD Wbit Navy Dut.Diingl. JN BOND
Cutan coast with a cargo of \friranil.TIle election. Dean a James Fint Lae supporters attached. Farmers Dolls. Lloyd, April 2. 859. 1 4-1 f Teas Sugars,Coffees,\Vioes. Brandies Rice Flour,
ship Live Yankee, arrived on the 2nd int., J.,hn C. Wilncr. __ I
I Canada Caaaimeres. Planters Linen Soap Candles.HamsSi ices Cundlvs. Burning Fluid
t'ijhtight. dajs (ruin }Macao with 788 Asiaticsal E3 The friends of lIon. H. Kor -nlloldt. Ella A. Clark Persian Ca.n'erl.: Brown A Bleached Linen OSNABUKGS SI.eetinglllnJ SLirtinar fur ale and Oils, Tobacco Snuff C.gRl'1IlInd Fi|>c*.E&eoc ..

) oard. Hie had twelve deaths al>oard during Lor H. DiPONT announce him as a ( CHAS.j I L P. Mei. Bark Kimball. Drab Debt. Duck o BON DA CO. I' Sardines, Preserves Sauce. Pickles, Soda Salt. ant

passage. I office of Chief Justice o( the Supreme Court of i The price of 101'and Ties at N. O.is 6 cents Back Satin, Chinese GraM Cloth. Llojd, April 2, 1859. 11-tf so on. In fact every thing usually! anted Lu a fain
The Star of tIle West from Arpinwall 4th per pound. made to Merchantsfor I ih'. and that are not.
touched Weft the 8th coal she Florida. I city ,nod all orders will receive and l'owder Candy soul Lemon trup, I'crb"po1l.'me I II
at Key on tor inft.1 acceptance prompt SHOT All cf which we will be glad to sell on the mual
board one million fi,'e hundred and thirteen attention by F. BELCHER, Boots & Shoes : : Fluid. Alcohol Turpentine.Teas I I I terms. McNAUG1IT. RilOND CO.
nine hundred and seventy five dollars in 2r C. C. YOXGE, Ksq., of West j 12} Commercial Place. Agent. 'I ft I Brown Loaf and Crushed Sugars: I Neu-p..rt. April. 1859 13

New York. Florida is hereby presented by Mi fricnJa to the New Orleans June 11,'59. 24-6m d Creole Ii'hlaud Gaiter;, Sperm and Ada'n latiuc Candles. i '
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voters State fyr election to the office of A* I j j
SHIP FIRI1CIU Colored I Lloyd April 2, 1833. 11-tf
ON satiate Justice of.lhe .Suj-rcme Court on the first ; 825 Reward. lig taDd" _uu _______ ._ ._____ I 13 BURLING SLIP, ,
U.TOX..Jnne 12.-Tlie barque' Amy. froia i iApalacicola. I Congress Otiteu.
Monday of October next.I 1:1:1:: ANA WAY from the subscriber on the I o:11l0H, PANAMA and STRAW HATS, I IJ
bound for Norwuh. Cunnc licut ( YORK.
\ vitlite SrREET.EW
lipsey Buskina I COR. WATKR
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X' 2ad of Mar, his negro boy MOSES who 1 fur sale 11 BOND A CO. ,V
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cn I.al.-i' cutton on : & at ran I
..-.::.., ..u. f U"-.r..I.!. ....".. .,...,,. i.n,. ...I.i._.l-_.n..>r..w...... qua 1.i......_... :? Wo are authorized to 311110UlH'O--- ---- -- I is about 1"t.c nine or Uu inches hijjh. Heellipprs l Llo\d April 2, 1859. _. 11-lf I I I ---- '
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I I.eei"t.ry'k Iy Ii.zhttiu :u.the III ist lejoretio P: P. HOLLAND, Lrf]., fi/ a candidate fv>r .,*>- i lih. complected 45 of Weighs has or 160 \VhiteKiSShiipers;: and Bililies, harness of all kinds, f,is THOMAS BETTS 1
or years fiat f I
: r. Uiu.'iuad, !< tv tll1llo'r wiili' ".itvr. I Jun.h. nge.; a rebeaJ Bionzc. Congress Boots, SADDLES I
I elate Juf'.i.-e. at lie oi.suii:g elcxtioa in { toltr I J wears wlnskors ja. inclined to Gents Cult P. P. Boots s BOND
ARRIVAL ('1" THE JAfPCC.lioiov next. 1..gC'.1 He is supposed to be I loitering about Talla- Patent fox London Bouts, April 2. a1l9. 14-tf. : CAMPIIEXE' ALCOHOL & TURI'ENTLNE
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X I:' cau\,,. .f au. 11.-TII. .t.-atltoLil'Jasper i. -- 1- .McCAXi's', )I : The above N\r1 wi be paid for I hits lp I Cal i Also! MaaufaUurer Dealer in the llowlnf; articles !.
: Hun. JOS.
t-r IDI delivery to Maui.son C. H, .
SjuFra&ciaewdaie r.rtl..n-inn hiI at Cloth iEWODS
', (ruin Minatitlan nidi to i in where I ;, KCw style G.iterll. : all of the pure t quality and at the Liwett
2inh. May. :Middle Hoi liJI. licrtl'j presented by Ida friend or luJmec jail can get him. Planters Slioes of all kinds market price :
Xf'lrlOYIO of treasure are en r.*ute for the II. J. PARR.UfRE I Misses Fancy Gaiters.-'''* -0--
I to tLe lotersof flue State for election to the cilice Madis..n June 11, 1859. I BURyiXO FLUID .
Atlantic tiatca.hlucinecs 2t- Black Gaiters, ,
wa l-ri-k laSso IVaticweo and mining of. ;. Justice of the Supreme Court on the first heel Slippers, TRADE FOR 1859. ; Spirit TnrM| >ntineT.ir, Pitch. Ro in:& .Iuk. wliilo

..pcrations favc rll Me.! C'ofle w'a qu.teJ at IS cent*. i MtimliT_ _.in_October_ _. nevt.I For Sale. I Lace. 1tl.ChiJreu'l -- Il1ar,1 and Venice Turpentine Coal Tar. Shoe soul
'h I V GOOD TWO HORSE CAR Tic, PROMPT PA Y1XU JIE.V.AND CASH qS- ; Brush Makers'. Pitch Ship Vanrsli; Oil Tar, and
I t3 rrC are authorized 1 to announce JL\ Diamond Hoots,
Jane 15. The New Oilcans aol lIon. ALEXANDER DONALD a ltuJiJ'ltc for &J.e!. Aj I Look ei/t this I BEITS' PATENT CAMPIIENE
Key 'Vest Mail contract La been rclet to the farmer Associate Justice of the P. B. .\ I Goat Lee Uoti.I' ,
Supreme Court of Florida.
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contractor. ate reduction of toll,If./) |"*r annum I June 4, 1829. 23 very
than fir the hait The I r -- ---- -- .- I' Boys Bot fe, Pump-sule Callers, established my business r>n a CASH
I los 'car. eonlractorsngrce 1 ------- Dy. HAVING I
Pure and French and
CF arc authorized and rerjuestJ Calf Oxford and abandoned the LONG CREDITand Spirits Toaicstic
tn extend the* ice tu Hut-a da for the .
poatagts.INDIAN AMES Tes at tho Lowest Cash Prices
& LIVELY therefore LONG PRICE SYSTEM I am now I Liquors,
: to.ar.noance COUNCIL A. BRYAN for ClerkI Kip Brogans, )'s God llrogaus.La .
prepared to offer those who favcr me with. tlu-u WILLIAM GAP.DNLR.:
TROl BLES.St. I of the Circuit Court fur Leon tte I may
county At cnsniug trade. .
Lon, June 13.-The Overland Mail lilcb election in October next. I Hats & : I CREDITS in good of the best qualities and uottapprurcd .
l..ftln Francisco on the 20tli May hiss arrived. -- -. ----- -- .-.--- .- IN- I : styles at.llieLoW'est Montv
I Gents Fashionable Cats jP 1e'spings-.
The paM'nger rej>ort that SCiOTexansarefneanip- i r The fticnds of DOXALD ,
the of I Silk Cash Prices.
.1 1 Fort for exterminating
< near BilLnap purpofe
CAMERON present his name to the voters of Leon I ,
the Cab reserve Indians. i\CS ML Vernon Cass PITSOUS who Lave been in the habil of ordetin
j its a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court at thei Pearl eMS Windsor Hats. WATT & CO.
The Governor of Texas has called on lie Government I their supplies from New York and New Orleans -n ill ,
troupe fvr a"is4ance. Mij Y*\ Don i. Lard i election in October.We 0\ French Cass do wen to examine my stock bif.re doing so, as I: ; Owners and Propiitturs,

by. "ilIII.I': <:companies dragoon lie has bad -- ; I'anaml nill constantly keepon hand a stock of Heavy Dry I ALSO- -

several engagements uitL the Prairie InJUn, and i r are authorized to announce Lighorn Straw Goud, Plantation boppbcs; and Implements! Groce. Owners mainly, and Pioprietors of IxchuIIc
the latter Boys French Brown Hats, rice and all other Goods required, ID this market I
eXl'el'iellce] grratlua& JOSHUA W. SAUNDERS candidate for Tax- .
as a S\ Ilolfl Ala.
I Pearl Cassimere Hat. which I will sell at a reasonable advance on the original .: I
LATER FROM MEXICO. A scior and Collector of Leon county at the election EDCTALLAHASSEE\ Trimmed Marieao Hats cost for the Cash, or to prompt paving ben, who, ((3. LAMER & SONS formerly of Lacier Home Ma.

New Oatr.AN June 13.-An arrival from Havana I in October next. ". Saxony } will agree to pay their accounts or give me their paper eon, Georgia.)

to the 9th inst.,ti' later intelliiience from. Mtxieo. I ---- "- -- ELi Panama ". at such periods during the year as I may desire T pRAVCLERS on the Rnilroad fioni Dalton Ga,
c? We are antLorizcd to Leghorn from ill be filled
announce Orders the with
At Vera Cruz it WII" reported that Muamon kadunpprcsted country care JL to KnozviHe! TCDD, reach these Watei the
the pronunciamento at the capital on JOHN II. RHODES ns a candidate for Tax.Asses. ARE receiving a lar and fresh supply of I Plain and Fancy Straw Hats and attention and the goods forwarded by the fin present season, by tnkm? the Stage Lines of D. Dunn
the 23d tilL, in favor of Ztiloaga, by tie Church I foUr and Collator of Leon county at the ensuing cry vanety of kept by Druggists.PLANTERS opportunity. A Co, either At Philadelphia London or Knoxville:

j-arty.- election in Octoler.We PIlYSICUyS. SUNDRIES : CALL AND XJTAJILVff FOR YOURSELVES from each of which points. Stages starting at Six

Several Padres had been arrested, and sent to I and others, wi always find a tbi establishment a Gentlemen's Clothing I Yankee Notions, -0- o'clock a, m- run in connection with the Trains to

Vera Cruz. i are requested to full supply every tbin in our line and on Hardware Fancy Groceries, NEW GOODSFOR Mont vale, about twenty four miles distant reaching
The Liberal had encouraged Marquesas erpt I announce as liberal term as can b bad in any Southern Saddlery I Iron d Nail, the latter atoneo'clockp. tn.

Jition.MoirlU. EDWARD M. WFST Esq.. as a candidate for the Market Orders by Mail or ohenil. promptly attended Ctockery J Glassware Liquors of all kind*. The undersigned, being determinedjto make Mont.

was liUfn back: the women were ItripI j office of Judge of Probate for Leon county at the to and filled wit the tame crectDeu as if vale one of the most attractive Watering Places in

ed of their clothe, acd Miraraonhad decreed the ensuing election in October next personally purchased Cu.tmen To Ca hand :.-G Spring and Summer.10oO the country have, since last Summer added several

confiscation of Vera Cntzimportations; and other I prompt time buyers, we efidet in saying we &MAXWELL Robes and Dress Patterns of the various late I new Gothic Cottages and other buildngs together
foreigners also MifFered. 5 MKSSKS. EDITORS Please] can give them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK compi Mercb 191859. 12 I and desirable Styles and of Fabrics from the finest with other valuable improY'm nlll. The frronmfc
It "as reported that Consul Black was on the j > ises I and richest to the most substantial and durable, va I are in beautiful c.'ndition-the roads near the Spring
road to V in Crur and would pass softly without C. L. DEM1LLY us a candidate for rt- leeI Drugs. Dye.Stuffs, AromatiTonic BittersIrI' I ryiog in Price from 75 cents to 70 dollars put in the best ordtr-a good cellar of Ice Las been

any int'-rmption from the rabble armv.ovral (lEn to the office of Tax Ac(!r and Collector of Medicines, \ arnishe', } EsE Delightful and Invigorating BITTERS ; Grenadines Beragps I saved All thf\atteoritt: to comfort Jplcanrrt of

private |IlCrtie. weredviM not to crow I..-on County at the dcUiou in October next Chemicals, Putty, are an in'Iu'blt article for thos? afflicted with Silk Tissue, Organdies tht lent.. Watering Plate, trill found hire.Cg .

t:.. 141mm.. MANY VOTERS.I.tItflIAGES. Perfumery Burning Fluid, Dyspepsia Indigestion or loss of Appetite,and those II Summer Silks, Muslins As to the cure of disease by the MONT-
I ..'! Xuloaira \';.- r>|>ortvd to have been iiO]>ri. Paint. Camphine who are suffering from Debility incident to Pinnie Silks, Cambrics VALE MINERAL WATEP.S. *ee large Montvalq.

. <'in.J l Iv Mirai:mn. --.- ----. -- - ----- *, Glass Ware from sickness or lassitude attendant in WI recovery Cit Brilliants Pique Clothe Marseilles Printed Linens. Pamphlet-especially as to Dyspepsia, Chronie Di'arrbcea.

Fine Soaps, Window Glass.Manufactured mates, will find in the Aromatic Tonic Bitters a valuable Dropsy, Chronic Liver Complaint,Neuralgia,
l.\J ET& Married at the rveidcnce of the bride's father on Fine Tooth and Hair Tobacco, remedy, bracing and renovating the system Heavy Dry Goods. Nervous Headache Derangement cf Nervous Sy*

MOBII.Jm. ir -Salta of cutton lo- with a firm and ad.ai.ciug market. Middling 11 a Directions for the Bottle. S. Lanier Xash Mr. AMOS WHITEHEAD formerly of Burk Paint Brushes Fine Havana Segars, use accompany by the Btle. Piece or Yard.

11 1 4rts.SEw I county. G&, to Oj.s MARGARET M.. daughter of Surgical Instruments, Medicine Chests, Prepared and sold by Cottonadea Linen Drill and Duck, Irish Linen keeping for TWENTY YEARS. and will continue.
YORK:, 4'in 12.-Cotton l-n"yatit. Sales i EDWARD BARNARD. to make every effort to plerse the public.
.0\.K> balis. Middling Upward IIS.3 rents. Dr. Edward Bradford, of Leon county Flo. suited t Plantation and Family use, and Apothecary. Towels Table Damask. Shirting and WATT, LANIER A CO.

--. -- --- PCB WINE. BRANDIES IMCIIAI.. purposes. 1859 Drgi Sheetings.Mantillas &. Lauder S. C. Lanier \
Married on the 4th insU, at the residence of the ALSO April 80. 1MRS.
FcAxrt AND OUJloD.-Jt La* tceome' apparent -- Shawls A. P. Watt, W. B. l.Ju er. J r
bride's the Rev. Mr. Ernest A. F. HAYWARD -
that England rliuuld 1><> drawn into the oar it Cither by 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. MeALPINE'S May 14, 1859. Z0-7

will tea* an ally of\uctri.1 or ratlur Gtmiany. Esq., of this city, to Miss BELLE eldest D. H LIVELY. In all the late Styles.
AME. }
and not France. She will kfp out of it if she daughter of Goo. Willis, of Yirginia..oBITUARY. May 14, 20Congress Boarding and Day School A. GALLIE
<'an-but can the' Humid tin1 rrendl- rJinian RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS.JIA .
Army. after getting; I", "' iou of Lombardy L e. Water.A For Young Ladies, IS in receipt of a large and well selected stock of
Austrian Italy inv.ido Austria projicr. 1. c. C!rnin- PHILADELPHIA.Rer. STAPLE and FANCY GOODS.
Died her residence Columbia Tennessee
at near ,
ny. An"tria iill entitled to the assistance j of theolhcrGccmanState FRESH SUPPLY, just received and for sale -. Sprijuj and Sumiter Rtady-Xadt Clot kin;.
on the Itt inst, lire LOUISA GILL, of dropsy of'the AMES LIVELY. BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTHING.
*, including Prussia; and if PrusMa by & c--n E F Xi fl E N CE8' Halt and Cpt. Boots and Skou family
should ..:111'1). then it is said that the Russian heart. Mrs. GILL was the sister of the editor of I May 14.1850._20 M. A. Dx WOLFE D. D.Eleventh and
HowE Groceries, Wix*., Br&xdiet, :., dt.
army collected on list frontier will invade her tor- I this paper.-Fla. &,.liHCI. SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID Clinton Stret. Philadelphia. Plantation Goods.

rit.nin euptxirt of France. In tut.li a ease Unelaud WM. CHAPIIT, of lot for the Blind, ra April 80. 184f. 18 _
:sweIeu and Hf'Dmnk. 111II cOIllC to tile support of CMPIsT Rev F. S. E.Christ Chinch, N. Y. Hardware Sz> Oirtlery

Germany against Uus.itt. trance and "JiDltt. Of DR. J. A. GRANT, KEItOSENE LARD OILS.For Hon.J. 0.SMITH, 74 Wall Street, N. T. LADIES DRESS GOODS
it i. to foro'fot' ,11.&t will be the A N. EMBROIDERIES & HOSIERY.
course Impossible M. S. WiorwABE, Esq, 186 West Street, T.
the chess.lioard but should the Dentist sale by FOR SPBIXO OF *
more upon political ; Surgeon MCICEEKAD, Esq.Staten Island.
war became general the above seems as proltable located in May U. 1859. 20 Bishop POL New Orleans, LuieiaD Oil Cloths and Matting

Itn,. In ease of a gtneral war, even the U. States TTAVING BERNARD J. 1859D.
will} be fortunate if flic can keep oat of it. The seizure l Tallahassee will Whit1ead. Bishop Ova"SAGE"Yc-r1. Tseo.Rev. S1ILS IRON j Rn. SILT
be wait
of our \cs-n-ls engaged lathe 'arr*'lngtraJf'.by those happy to desirous on I "OURE EXTRA and No. 1-Ground in pure LinX M. MILLER Church Hill, M l. wic'Spring .
one or other of the beligerent. .ill be tery liable of bis services.are All work = aced Oil just received and for sale by JOH BCARD Esq Talablee. }'lorJa CORNICES AND CURTAINS o.
to happen in the p.ncral uulee, aod in otlur A LIVELY.
trays -0
not now antii.i|,ai ratisfac-
the-vortex. Much \iylance sin the part of our : to give general t. $ lay ---- -- -- and from his personal knowledge of Ma.McAirrsE.
government i it 8'ary.-JoH""al of CvMintrce. lion. Dr Grant wishes _.f f T EMONS. Guava and Current Jellies, Francs he has great pleasure in recommending g her School to Groceries and Fruits. TIlE nndersigned i* .now receiving from New

-- --- I to .call the attention of '.= "zI __ L4 Pear, Sardines,Pickle Oysters,Brandy Peach- the confidence and patronage of parents who seek a via Savannah a large stock cf

Sale of 1'rrC'f' Of''. tho e suffering i wiLls e!, Preserved *. Pine Apples and thorough Intellectual and Christian training for their OILS PAINTS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS LADIES DRESS GOODS
Uxitbache to excellent medicine invented Lim- ,
e notice in the l'orl uwlltl. (Virginia)Tianscript an by Ginger, Green Gage Marmalade Lemon Syrup, Raspberry daughters. ALONZO POTTER
an adortiiin It 1 I.y the C"l1\.t.r. projioi-ing I self which nill give immediate relief. No person do.. Strawberry do. Pine Apple do, and Goer Bishop Proltalal'Rpwol Pen1 CMBSACIKO

to Mil. on the 18ili? iti-t", lhil'Iil free negroes, : after once using it will be ithout it. In all suchI .. Raspberry Vinegar Fresh Salmon, Lob } oNonu.: March 3, 1853. Kept constantly on band and sold at but one price, Leonora Robes, I Chintz Organdie,

men and Layaanl n-venty votnrn and siri, tinier I cases as Chronic and Neuralgic nervous Toothache it I Hadlfick. UalliBut nnd Shad. Assorted Picklw Having long known MRS. McALin. it give me and that the lowest Cash without deviation. Organdy 8 Skirt. Pl'td Jaenoeta. -
cannot be excelled. He has al Dr. Alleu's celebrated
a pmtUion vf the city t'liart.r, dir
of all Fnc N..grot* tIc. fail to pay tlitir ta,.clVu : Tooth Renovator and Cleanser being the sole 30.000 Havana Segars conduct pleasure a Female say School of a high character. Her March U, 1859. 12 a -a Lea Solid C. Bareges,
of it in tin St\Ao. IVrwm uuing their teeth
speaks I cry I larJly: for that 4:111Nt of the 1 user beautifully; cleansed will not fail to Ruetl.eDr. a I. AME 0 : I intelligence, her acquirements, her experience in Barege Robe Pine Apple Monslins,
population of Portsmouth. It ftppeaw that theyarc May 21, 18B9. 21 her her decision of character, and Grenadine Robe French Lawn,
call. he be found at the residence of teaching, energy !
orthkv eet-nnt willing to niv-.t their obligations present can -The Extract Quality ber sound evangelical piety, eminently qualify her Hg Spring MOinery Printed Lawns and Brilliant. &.,.
j Mrs. L. K Grunt or A Inc; or two dropped at the I Original Bordered and Mom Parasols,
to the City Government; or they are too the responsible duties of an instructor of I be young. Plain Antique
'! Post Ofiice' mil meet with attention: fo
prompt French Lace Point. Yelf Trimm |HH>r and indolent pest to K<:i<-ty. Corn Starch N. II A. MERSEREAU Mantilla
i _.v. B. Tttih EjctMfled without Pain. B
Mantle CLantllla Lace Mantle and Shawl,
The law regulating this matter in Portsmouth i han I Proietiaul Efi'fopal ,
June 18, lS 25i expressly for PnddingcIce Cream. CI.rtl. .labaf the opposite the and Belt Ribbons, Dress Trimming Ao ..
excellent one, and t-iinilar canctinents ought to ': PREPARED Pies, Ac- 1858. 22-4w receiving at Hrvr Bmwso Booott
Mange.Custusnds Porrige. IS
V>n vail throughout the entire uth, until it shall i Lower Mineral Springs on I fresh by AME3 LIVELY. Episcopal ehnrch a fashionable assortment of D..a WILSON.

I l.e freed of that worthies" class Loss presence and Rt'ceiTe 21 I Pue Zinc White, SPRIXG AXD SUXXER MILLIXERY

example is productive of incalculable injury to the I the Suwannee. !ly21.18:19. ( Prepared Linseed Oil.) which she offer cheap to the Ladies of Tallahasseeand To Cash Purchasers.
anllolJerClurlolle.((1\... C.) Ettiletin. 1 ri HIS well known WATERING PLACE. is now Cod Liver Oil. I -VTTE have jUt received a fresh supply of this vicinity. \ purchaser would Sod it to their.-

X open for (Iii! reception of visitors. The Hotel THRESH AND PURE ofheelebte"Brands VY new and beantifol White direct from tbemufato. May 7, 186!. ltf CASH to examine. b &>re purchasing elsewhere,

L..n.'Iam., June 7. I is in good repair r rey accommodation is promised JL:? ltg4man. Clark d C RoehtD.I. and offer it to the public with most per I the large and well selected stock iiI Fajiey sad Staple
KAX AS F.LI"Tt"lere: Las teen a heated contest f to a few days at a AMES ALL the QUALITIESwWA I Notice.ALL
such desire .
t as may .pen. Fo sle & fet ,as possessing Goods at D. C. WILSOXT3
to-day in the election members of the Con titu- Florid summer resort. Tic wttUr these Springs I May 21, 1869. 21 render a Paint MOST DESIRABLE tu: Its claims! demand against
l Convention. IK finite rcturu,from the Territory welt COLOR person Uving or
as OF ,
cannot Lave been be Lad for two and or the three days. All)past I U unsurpassed many other eoiuplainta in all Rheumatic incident afftction t our cluntePtll ain i .JUST RECEIVED Restorer and supply ol Mr*.ALIENS FREEDOM INCOMPARABLE from all POISONOUS BRILLIANCY QU ALTl Leon com Estate ty are of hereby Archibald 1otified.Buie, deceased present ,them late to ot<

issues as to a free or slave ignored State, qufetion is direct suffering from Debility will find Lena the"Fountain I nuale by Zobalmu. Y. NEVER INJURING THE HEALTH te the undersigned, exomcio administrator properly SPRING AND SUJiIMER )
energu"lolI of '
of the men. or inmates newly ,
Yoth..bere 'ule 9. 21jfishLseed rtf aprmetats authenticated witBin the time Described by L.W.OI .
I both miud and body can be Ielored. -May fl. DURABILTY GREAT ine SUPERIORITY to.Wbite i they will be barred; and all those indebted are requested CLOr-a.J'NG.: -_
; JOHN .
S'ptei l Mjti"gCbllUandir I Lower Mineral prings.Juse18.9.DIMEE:5w Oi Lead in all the various u e to whi the later has to make payment RICHARD immediately.SAUNDERS -THE LATEST STYLES. FOR. 1859
I A7: :LE biled and aeI I heretofore been applied. 'Fo sl. by .. "" aAT
-- \ PURE i I I Sheriff and ex offieio Adm'r.
(T r! (:hula aDd Fever! !-One Pen. & Geo, Railroad by the Cask or'P"awTH.MJVllY.. AMES LYEL Y. 21, 1S59. 1a1l'I' ,
/, of the grealcri! rt'modi" that fca e.. been laid before the I .) I Mav2ll819. ,21 _ May
1-uUlie, for Fever and Acne and waicb btro iJ DC.WILSONS.
he kirliet encnminm from the PTCM and the people. II I V a1 :1. 18 9. tiComponnd I -; Cotton Notice.S _
DK. J. IKWTtTTKK-a CtLEBB\TKJ BITT U WhovuulJ lrs. %
endure the tonnre arklnf from this terrlMe 4aeaav, w-:. :; Gejitian ),hruLs0.dual, I' SPRING AND.SILMMER HATS
of Ibis
when H can be M evil cured Who would endure aleepICM ERSONS wanting !_. IX month'tfter the drst pnblicatkn notiee.

remedjr nlfi.u can,taintIng be obUiMd frvm toes and mere tcv lria chIlls f alteraahHr.And ret bow when many a rpHERE will b meeting of the Stkklr of ", ,. P Kgts are invited to adres and v.. nnerig the u1.4enigne4ec7.,3tg-theJBt d wtd.:WU wrtprcsenl The Latest' Styles for. 1869Marth :-

families linmr oat a painful exUleneo under this deadly I I X tile Pms'll & Oeorpia rpHESEl nn-tsareau: infallibU ranedy f .''ae the agents kr this Pr Wi hT. can testament of JjKfcs WlUUbead. e --AT .
blight sal do nothing bat pip dawn jotolae, witUU beeuMM 13th of at Tallahassee JL and all duxirder from a'ready in our Cotton Yard wbereJ persons Lu fi ouol al fDCbelrt'Utcot'. j '
on arising m up
not Wtnea! Jul1nel Bill der.e tbtmt eln..nd we uk to b da D. J. 'W I.L 80 N 8. :
u eoaunoa at theft dilly meals and T*they are the same for I of Leoo rounty aoJ ,
examine Prol .
call and "e 1te
in tb
.. adjournment meeting 1 djgestire 4' 7'--
relieved. K bat UM faotltk( and weak would femiUiet I t i c ipo o theta how the p1esAi WHITEHEAD r. "
procure tb CM valuable Bluer, and ave themselves In- December la-t H. FLAQO.Secrttsry.. ity Liver Complaint, L. Dyeppa Appe wi11 take pleasure in .howing HEIR : COI..ES. ebged. JOBY B. 19..1S5. 11 .:

teiMe Sffonv. I. (itt. *c For sale by AME3 LIVELY. i workll. I JUUI '. 1Ul :Saa. -
silt b* rIn(rtnT nr. everywhere I I I 21 1859. SI I June t, 1359- :a. '_ ._
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; TAMES S. JON S & CIIAS. E DYKE j MANij"ACTCtE2! OF CoiTESjTlN ADitIIT; fbf 0U our* of yprptta.Tndiyettlon Jftntea, I (CIUETEEED BY THE STATE OF GEOEGIA.. ) : riUor would in
rJ1fl Prej> <
JiiltoutCrmplaMt "Cl. "
II flatulfaff. / e r aNt
: 4 $''':.<**Two DOLLAM ptr anonra, in advance. IRON WASF, \Vnous.LE"D: .}. !\lJ. I .L i"l ft.ppei r iaclion I V .oy .J form hU f..ienJaD the
DEAIER ix PLAIN, FANCY AND JAr \XI 1W \ I I of the Siomadk or .praludw.CrSar4sJeC.Py.enL.ry Cap'iiaPrize$3OOOO d1.i!; bet be has rebuilt L.* $
I Cebc, Jforfrw,4*
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. C/e ----- argc Ciici BUbles, at the old atanJ and 'S JIPU
A1I1I i I In view of the fact that moraVer TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS tiafriomU and
I : One of 12 lints or less,first insertion $I10 ee prt'pUt4J acrommoJaU enstou.nj -
, square.. taob subsequent CO Stove ncail-Qnnru-r IK. F 1' J. CUR LEE the human family is monr leS subjected t -.- --- lie alj Is* attache-J to hi* Stat!,sa good ma .

'I BrofeskionaJand Busiaees Cards. inserted at f 10 per .SPLENDID assortment Cooking. ParUir fe. return hi* gratetul sck-"owl.K! ea'er.U some of the above comnlaiaU.in,life besides wLich- I NOTICE TO Tuf rCCLIC smith SL"p.Lyre he willbavf; b. \, sieve all kind, ifj

' atnum. and Wood Stoves,trimmed with neatutf -rj WOULD cititeiw of Georgia nod MiJ- numerable.th f conditions knowledge or I i S the member of nr firm hut,.by.war of p-r-'r j PlaDtatkb wrrk, II.:rle skewingaud C uritgf"1to a
0 AdTert'sements not marked with tha number of and durability,at reduced prices. K Su\er by the asietnc of a chartered the VcstnuMi and with anj J *
: dIe and East for vety literal pjtronsijtt they be ableso 11:1 cw! w. b.-eor.jc the ownrof fi.e grants i very r rrornptlteu
exercise sense,
, t I.I i insertions wil! be eonhau.d UntilforliJ, and charged Out Door Work. received from F'it tem th past five or six years. to regulate common their habits of diet may, and with State rf Delaware. Kcnlnrkv, Missouri snU I: ratcb.NovemLtrfi.

t l eeordingly.l the of the aU.ve profrsC'KHI part of those in Georgia. under the rnannzerntnt nfJJ is.; <*
GuHerin will
Rnofinr.Ornadiootal( Front Heads, .Copper II* practice the assistanco of a good tonic, secure permanent I I :
[ Certificates of publication or I le al or estate has made such A Manes, of Wilmin !oo. Delaware.
l' and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead, Sheet in those seetiuosufcountryand I health. In order to accomplish this -fr* Gregory ;
IWtier.a) will! not b, given untfl the rcftiaing fee is ronnufhoturers of Dental Materi hare deemed it expedient to eh-inee tbe name of Carriages, Buggies, and Harness,
: Zin" t, sd Pipes, Patent Cistern Pomps. Shop work arrangements with desired object, the true course.to pursue i*. I we 1 i
paid. .r... -rv variety done at short notice. ala Norlh as to enable him to put np FILL adls ortfelh. certainly,that which will produce a natural ': onr firm oo and after'Janunry 1st. 1P59 to that of I I For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.forsale : .

: of the popular! uH'Jel. at from jf/ift. to state of things at the least hazard of vital I WOOD. EDDY CO, who will hen-after hive the

BLACK( SlTHING! i' ) and Country Wcrclianl :, one A.exdred A"d'.iL.es b'fttliaoi i ii usually tl.Hreo for strength and life ; for this end Dr. Hosletter i, man.i, t-dent of the Spurt A lrlel'l iLottery.. sue.! I s-"p' '1'r.Jt Snbeenlterhas 'just n receive, ." .

r respectfully inTited to gift me a call beft/ie purchasing I the tt in the South; (he mtar what >." FY".)and has introduced to this country a preparation V the othvr.1. as above niitneJ.la I J2.tf' large septily ( *tgI.. -
ansi liarcees. 'I 11, o '
0TOTlCE elsewhere.2T them to as It1AILJ LFAUTIFLL. at lH.BVICEACI.E called HOSTETTER-S STOMACH All transaction we have endeavored to conduct t : Un tI"S. ( '

: ; i. Iler'1 v e IT un tl 1 atc :, N. B. All articles manufactned from the very guaiantrts as (:\b L* p-Jt up North or .tlh BITTERS which at this day is not a now our business with integrity and promptness, and we on the most reasonable ttrrts.

; :. '. ; thO' Ruc.'i-nfo. nri"tfre I best material and warranted durable. No other art in need of his .. TIN
gte. .i : %I. t" ': ,,, : satisfaction all who hare
Fla transferred
of ., le will be offered for sale. htm at either Motitcclln! or fadl8n. vears. giving to bestowed on us i* veil deserving pf being
tl : :.- '. .iLl, SI 'L\'j. f f' : >.4>". in the October 20, 1855. 42 Lave the work done and time to tent it bcfw nayIHJT used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon to oar IUref"lSOII.. Very respectfully. I Notice.

1 t! name ,I'-.C and firm ol for it the stomach, bowel and liver, restoring S. SWAN t CO.
--- -- -- --- claims tile Estate of
Tlie bcbt references given if them to a healthy and rigorous action, and Augusta, Oa. De. 15, 1858.I i VLL persons having against
E .eed. I
I B:. B. Fitts Co. RICHARDSON'SDAMASKS 25, 1858. 52 < thus by the simple process of strengtheningnature !I 1 Lee. esefJ l as creditors. legatees

ler..mbr ___ di'tril'Ctc!. hereby notified anti rcqaired to
enable the system to triumph over i are pre
,. G auf.. Sir the patr.llDg..I..t.) -(.-,.- cxtendi-d thrr, I ca.cSS LCNEN': disease. Diarrl.cea, dysentery or flux so I WOOD, EDD $ CO., Managers, I sent their demands, duly an'henticated. to the nodersigneJ

ii jey ar. now better prepared., IMI otterrainej to DIAPERS; &C.I I R. A. Shine, Jr., generally contracted by new settlers and I Successors to S. SWAN & CO. Cxccnlor of I lIce bt Will and trstarnert .

I' SPARE KO PAIASTen 1 hard motel principally by the changa of water said deceased within two rears from this slate.'tltct? !
I of RicHAtrroit Linens, and tlw.e I TS non receiving and "il' t.-tIII.,1ftp to be a Scheme will be drawn WOOD Ihf'TTIn h- bnrre' nd all those indebelar!
CONSUMERS GUOCiiKicon and diet, via speedily regulated by I rpIIC ffllowii.g by wise ; :
their to 1lce..mnwd\l. all 11 bo fa\or hell for ta a !'* :
; part may the qfnuiw scuds. flu-nld ; cheap large I '
i obtaining I rl L brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia JEDDT JL Co., Managers, of the Sparta: Academy requcttd to nuke pavrmnt immediately
.1 : them with their patronage, I pee llmt the articles they puiclif ate sealed iih HIF.. .uth al a disease which is probably more prevalentwhen I L.tlciv. in each of ttcir Single Number L .ttc- I JAMES LEE, Ex'trM.nrfi5.1SJ9.

SUCH AS I I I he full name of the firm, '! Flour, I I I !J''II'lk.. I I| }enner. taken in all its various forms. than rid fur April. 16.:.9. nt Auguata. Georgia iu public I 10. 3...

EICBAEDSOX, SONS & OWDEX, : JarPlalu 0 any oilier; the cause of which may always under the iiperiutrodnce of Commissioner

I Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing I' ( nod Sugar CUI c.i kin) c'I.e.1 be attributed to derangement of the digestive f/uJJt 19 Drav Suflrial.UtlII 1, 18C9. I CONSUMPTION J3T; AN 'I.p I N.\ DmToK.
A and Ilttf A I. a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the Syrup. I Yankee Heans. I Sujrar of < # t be cured without fail
Carriage organs can by r>CAS HK.MS'T. .11! .;,
: And all other aitictes needed foulilie ( lass 2iJrau' txtturja'y, JUa'y 14, 1S5 I s VI
: \ 8 ne:, Plantation irorf of1 /J 'This caution is rendcffd essentially necessary as lane on plantatiors. usually J.y I using HOSTETTER'S directions on STOMACH the bottle. BITTERS For 'la1lltl Ifratrt balurJaif. May 21. 1539. I CUl'EP.! TilIi"Dlry i arm rp lire I'- atthi .. V

I every description, :I large quantities of infftior i and defective Linens are lot of Ii" h p.btnl and Onions for planting this disease as per physician will recommend CV,w 22 iYairi Saturday. May 58, 1559.0JV j RifkM .:/ ms oiscvvRARE -'V

I JIll Irons and repairing .alfle. Ironing Wagons i prepared season after season and sealed with the I Also on band a quantity of Dry OooJs, which will I Bitters every of some kind, then why not TilE PX.A' O/1 SlA'dLjiyUMJlEKS. I CO\'t'.IrTIO... 1\toe : PLANT, if.r ;j.wh.. '.,.

I and Carts, name of Jiiehardson, by Irish houses who regardless b sold lowJnnnnryJg ose an article known to 1* infallible t ----- ? trrrilm CUte lor i'i.i.iup. V
4 of the injury thus inflicted alike on the American lfiSO. 4 I have their Bitters as a I BrcncliitH: ) A tl mj, Liver C niplaint. -
: and iu fact every other liscriptl of work made of j Every country pre Tickets CURED.. .
50,000 NcrvfMis ? .
Iron and Steel all of which we WABBAST. and pledge container and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods ventive of disease and strengthening of I AWrctiorw.Cougiii.Cold

I 4 1 urselvta to execute at the slxirUst notice. I V will not readily abandon a business to profitable. I Insolvent statNoticC the system in general and among them all I 5,485 PRIZES I .e. Hosing row made Iii,
and retired
i Lilt can be imposed on with Goods of a be found a more rtutit from bvsieess.
H. purchasers there is not to healthy cO\SC rTIO-
Stats of Florida.T4A1 >
,lie wid;, 8enJ the
u--.L.. t, .. wUlt1'\r."Lc1 t"kIu. people than the Germans, from whom this prescription si.sV
o -. 'BloCI
i 4 01. U. A.V'-'AL ngnlls. medi-
directions r.'r th.
Broome & :G Church St., New York. 'I T. ER. admihisr tor de ion isJVJ preparation emanated, bused upon scientific I' JIAGXIFlCL'XT SCHEME CrRED. preparing all who tie
Thompson which has attended to advancethe tinffiteoftfiargtlo
i __ .: t.18._ 1868. :-JI non of the estate of ;",ph Ulmer lite ofLeini experiments destiny of this great preparation: in the TO BE PRAWN urn SATTSDAT IS MAY! I I sire it, and will send t/> his agtnt

I Fern.an.d1.t1a, F a. o county! de'u&td. having filed in the Prtbate medical scale of science. 1 Prize of. .$ O.COO 1 Pines of. .1500 ;I CONSUMPTION enclosing two tamp ((6 cnts.) to

Liverv and Sale Stable- V office of said county a written suggestion that lit-be-. 1" .20.000V 50 .. 5004CO I pay tLc return leJter. with a dot -
I and rligned iiave formed ) lieves the estate of the raid Joseph Ulmcr to b. insolvent 100 0 .
rrHE a en-partnerMiip FEVER AND AGUE.This 1" 10.000 t CU RED. sorption of their symptoni The
the name (.r UROOME & THOMPSON, 1"11& undersigned gives therefore notice is hereby given to all persons 1" 5.000 ': 100 .. ZOO I OIl Doctor Ims rur.l more them
ior the transaction of a that he has UD-JiE having clunis against taid (.I.le to appear and trying and provoking dioaw v'.iich fixes Us 1" 4.000 j 100 V 150 3000 CiMt cf CwtUMl'tWH al..llr.peg .
chased the Livery Stable file the same with the of Prolate of said relentless the testy of man. icJucin him to CONSUMPTIONCURED.
on ;
I Judge | grasp N .
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS I 1. 3,000 i IOU 100 all I pttpleTIll' )
Willuin 11. A'twsom, in! Tallahassee,together with tl.e (,county (.1) or before the Oth! (lny rf September u xt. a mere shadow in a hurt space of time and rendering !I anJ. .mlC'te.J.
in the city of F 1'naDtlnl. They will give piompt I good will of the establishment, aud that he is ow when tlicre will: beaproratadiktribntionof the fznde I him rhysidllj and tutnUl'or auel&D le defeated ..-1pff'"ril/lntjQ" Pnt.f. avail themselves of tliieppottuni'V
attention the sale of I ts' the Doctor wuhc. Ih!
to or shipment cotton and other as to all
prepared to on the business in all its liranc-bc- | cf said estate of said estate. I and driven from the bodby the ue of IIOSTETTKR'a
produce and will make liberal advances on eoniign carry amongst tl.1 creditors 4 Pri/ea of$400 appro'g. to 50,000 prize are f 1.600 I tIer gesol l he em l Lef.'re h. di I.I .-
andpromises the public with good accommodations I I). W. GWYXV Jud0'of Probate.March JIE OWED BITTERS. Further, any of the abov. 4 :00" 20 COO 1.2UO
,1. monte fur sale here,or f.>r ehipnirnt t"their fi.il.'udlln EOXSClIrTIOAdJreu all letters to
I iu his hue ou reasonable terms. 19. U69. U'6mof I stated diseases can Dot be contracted when exposed to 4 :50" in.OUO 1.WOO I
Sarannuh Charleston York nA tFI.DEE
or Liverpool.
IJCIIARD SAUXDERS. them if the Bitters ii V
producing 225 900
I any ordinary 4 /JOO"
They will negotiate in the irinripal markets the CURED. liox 552 P. O, New York,
[ Sep 6.1856
36 And It neither creates "
Schedule.! are used as per directions. as 4 200" 4.009 EOO
United States the eels of R"n}l. i-nu.'d by the State --- ---- --- cilg( Who is his sold agent V
nausea nor offend the palate and rendering. unnecessary 4 150" S.ltOU 600
-by the several Riilmad C'rr'l'alli.r.-\'y the enun -'I'-N A __ i January 1. 1S59. l-ly V
any change of diet or interruption to tuual pnriut.but 4" 100" 1.:00" 400
tie, or incorporated towns) and otl.rr g..d ftfcuri- ; INSURANCE CONPANY 1\ \ promotes sound sleep and healthy digestion I 3Or0prizcs of 20 are ... .t .100,000 '
tics, and will receive and execute orders fvr investor i Notice. I
__. ,_ ...,__ u__ ...__ _.11 _u __ ., .__ C. I C 'I 1) 5 V ,. V the cororl-Utt, li thus removeS as ipeeddy as U con- i
.n iv twc. Lv1 wut all u" '" LUC pUICt.as E i/r 11 A.UI t unit.IncorporalrJ VI sistent with the production of a thorough and perins- 5,485 Pi izes amounting to. .. .5320,000. i j OIX: months after date, the unt rrai"rn"IJ. admimV
ers2Ieof 1 I
I us. siMAILJLINE.{: :: ned care. Wrote TirK.ET910: HAITI *5 ; Qreetzaal'. I lO: Irtlorf the E tat of James II. Lcnn late ol

REAL E: T\Tr. I IN THIS CITY. i : For Persons in advanced I.e*>n county deceased. will jirweist I Isis; account sod
in ISi!) -f Lirfrr rcrrtlual.o yearsWho I ur A '.o'rL.u: ".iHg tIji., ef1)e !.tftr.ilHtiJ) V
or in any town or c.rtia i U* JJtdllt. Eatttrn. or i I. TLe public: r.i" if.pcctlnlly iiifoiurd that the are 11If 4 I tv, aiuJ ask fur a discharge from s-iul; tuir.i-tration|
.flI jvthfr.Jlliiftof rl riJtC Persnuo1 ha1'ir.s.eada TlISI11.: t.firm LoJ,. thci Biturj arc :,'.;. SJ a rtilora- : -t.- V VV
j CA' \I'I'I'AL.-8IOOOIOGO.. I C-riiii.atea <>f P 'kc s"wil! bv fOe'!i! at the f.llowj i>. C. WIL,U.V Adn.t'r
A n ; :
property for talc, "i'l .1"! xrtll tu furnish: tiiem |ilats, tie of sr r.rti( and ti-or. ai.d r(Ji on'y to U Lie!
..' _, j rates, xrL-tb! L tb! r .,k : O"e.1I1.cr 23 181. rim
ith accurato iIciipt'.t <>f -- -
-- -- --
FroveflK.att. 1.IhX'. torm Je. with the n. in'f oin. : Ixsn p. Ar.Aiy J(O c ANT ).\ !Ar. HV Fn.C there CutT are Ud:Trzia'le, P4"f..i.:', Lcre the i, Certificates (t Package of 10 WLoJo; Ticket .C"j.dt I -

::1, l person \ib ,.U..IIf'w the |..r.;x-rty 441 lrfUtoat. I" o3TERii I AnArrrmo In: H.V/.AII: I "\ New : nn.f the vari; iu Flon Dotli ra* nomi l.nKi.t .< it-iJaquatc to Cte detcaad I.t 10 Half! .1 J j, Notice.
: TilE LA tVS ,71.I.lc-ae Otf'nl I
'_ We will attotxl t<> tl lie .tU\"mtld.! h f cLair'll:1:3.11111 or COMItXSATlON > I'rl as p'r f'or""il, .Srl.eluU: : I tf tli* cUU,runsc.1reOs: htr sU-cr.flh into yield, I 10 Qoarttr 20 L QIX r-r.I! iftei
:: the! Federal r tHato O"L"f'hlutr.1JI (a tenrictt *>rubetilute I H. ('. I.CW1S: I I L Mif N..\\ (:. :,iti,rn tIe ltb! :A !?:!h I ass Lure it U w'.K-re a f >.>I toi.c: ID'.h sj n3t lter'. 10 Eighth j to. 10 I j lO scot Lis tim.' rc-'iif.t IIn.1 l vouchers t'' the Judce

I :jl during the ten-tit Iif'un'! Uar. Agent, Ari\f; at I\iif>jcola on the: :.: 30th. Elorca!' Biters u ncejud U tart tea porrrj itrerglt I. !'inl Tickets or Certificate cneTose the. r( f'roLate Leon coui.ir.' aii'l af ply f"r a final iiisj V
; For Tallttha aud 1/:1 J
PI 0" In adn to heir '"(.a1lmkj.qi' DejuitmeDt the Aiiutl5 1867. 33tEDIUAL vicinity. Leave Ien.aeil l:i on tl! e fame daj: e. I airs vi,iir to I'ae sj stem. Lad.es, shoaL l
t?: .I mndcrfcigned hate puiclian-tl the! mtueSiocx : I Arrive at A Apuluclncoln: .o thc Kill J 31tt or Ud. try this.r.mf
of GOODS of Messrs. KLLI3 THOMPSON NOTICE. Leave Apai.iflncr.la! the! annie d.trll.. I d.ID?. ak your phyiidan. Yo ho, if Le U ac'innnted l'urc1.ast'r1l1l1l Lave tickets cnsing in any figure they (Signed) THOMASH1. TRIPLETT
1. Arrive at St. Marl on lie 18th .t let S ilL the t'xturs of tli< Bitten, will recommend tlieBW : way designate. i February J 12. 1S59 '-6nC
which will make addition i
to they large lit an early -0- ord .
I Leave St. Marks (>n the same d.y.. In aQ cases of weuVntd.111110X. The List of Drvwn Numbers ansI Prizes will b.. -- -- --- ----
i : hiy. They will keep ntaully on Laud an extensive J. n. T.\lJ.OH.J. S. BOND :
4 and well asoittd Stock bt I Arrive r.t Cfl.ir Key nn the 19th 2d or SJ. I .- Vc caution the public against sent to purchasers immediately after the ii*.!illg'. ---Notice..
I ii'l j Drs. Taylor & Bond Lau C..d.1 Key on same days.. uviii? any of the in'ny imitations: or coon tT: Purchasers Ti11Ile:13eTrite ih -ir signature. V Months after the first V
I publication of this
;11 I! Dry Goo.I ls. tints, IJoots ii SiJuca l L'lolliin! ', Ari"e at Mui.utre k Tumpa the 20th A 3d vr 4th. t .rffit", but ark fi"rlIof.TETTiR's CELEBRATED plain. \nd give 'Jieir Post Office; Hounly' an.: State' SIX the no

'Ij :. :5.l.MIt''y. an-! il.nusa, t'lh'i"1I, (la. i TTAVE ascotiated in tie practice of Meok-ine.i OfJL ..j Leave Manatee i Tampa < P. Crcn hn w, lri> i,late of Li
( e '
ll'. 'i I'' quors expr-plit!,) IV<.\i"itllli 1':1I1t.-: J V floe at the OLD Krt.\n of Dr. Taylor. Airive at Key West .,n the 21t t 4th or 5th. hue the words Dr. J. Uo-.tttier's Stomach payable in full tritlx>ut dccIucti..n.tF I fy.wi ill l isis final ens on Conn

I ..t J iou I'tfiifciiDoms, \\ wJ.J\\"S Tallahassee. Fvbiuary t I. :t..:. $ Leave Key Vt'ftt on the 12th nnd 26lb.I I'ittri" blown on the side of the bottle, and All prize for $1,000( :uil l un'f r. pni'i hIP- i i Hon. Judge prrse.ist of Probate i>account f said county Mid v..udler..lo an J ask to the be -j
; "----- -- ---
I ------ I Arrive ut Manatee Tampa on the 13th 27tb. stamped] on the metallic Clip covering the diately after the dr.lwing-otJur: prizes at the'n:l tii-niissid.
I ami (, 'r iiuildiii*; .Tlitorials I NEW COODS. : Leave Manatee .t Tampa ou the same days.d cork and obsrrre llint our autograph sigua I time of tIdily days.NOTICK i! J. C. CRENSIiAW, Adrut'r. 4
January 8. 1R59. -
; ;1 Furnituro is the labeL
lion lure
: I Arrive at Cedar Key on the 14th d SSth. on TO CORnE rOXDHXTs I --- --- -: -- --
Il J j J; Hardware and Culleiy. Castings, and. a great I -+ LaT Cedar Key on the same days. IT Prepared and sold bj nOSTETTER & Those Tibu prefer not sending money by mail ran } --- ---

t, I Ii:' vaiitty of other nru'l's.f '! WEBER & DAKHHEIMEE, Arin at St. Marks on the 16th d 29th. SMITh, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by ill use the .Adam Erpre- Company thereby money j Iotice.SIX .

All of vhich they will sell at Wholesale or Retail Leave St. Marks on the same days.Arrive Druggists, grocers, and dealers generally fur Ticket in SUITS oCflO, aud upwards can 00 sent t montlm after date I shall present my final ae
I i i MERCHANT TAILORS A Apalachicrla on the 16th 20th. at risk and from I and vouchers to tile Hon. Judge of Pro-
( fi r CASH Country Pro luee. or good commercial a a throBShttt the United States Cuada Sottiinerlra us our expense, any city rr town I I
: .opiances, at prices tljitTill compare farvoraby! AMD PEALIB8 IX Lan Apalachicola on the same days. where they bare nn office. The money soil ordermust bate JefT.T-on c'rtnty, as A'fruir.iffrator the EnI -

I.; 1 j ill 4, with) those of any city in the South. W. invite merchants READ MADE at Peni>a..oll o the lth d Slit or 1st and Ceraiaar.SCO be enclosed in a .Government Poet Office I tate of William Bellamy: late t.f sail .carts-> J.-

f and all other purtba rs to examine our stock. I CLOTHING Leave Peusaeola on the 17th or or 2<1. VILA. MEAD stamped envelop-" or the Express Company caniK'treceive | censed and ask for a diiivriAige froil sni.l a-imiLii-tra

/ !' JAMES E BROOME A ND Arrive at Ne w Orleans on the 18th d let or 2d. NEW ORLEANS, LA., them. I tie,,. SMITH SDn=IX. Ad. fr

GENTLEMENS' The GALVESTON & each make Wholesale All communications confidc-titinL I December 23, ISiS. 62-Cni
:i 11: li. W. TIIOMPS 'N. ,
extra to
an trip I' --- --
palachicola : Sold by E. RARVAKI! Jr., M. NASH & Address Orders for Tickets or rti&cates to ----- -
. i .: It :'r February 19. 1859. 8..IyI : TALLAHASSEE FLA. Lan New Orleans on the 6th & 22d. ('4)., and A71ES & L.IVEJL1', Tallahassee, WOOD EDDY d. CO August. Georgia. V Notice.SIX .
V .- V Arye at Apalachicola on the 7th 23d. Florida.
,i, Sewing Machines. milE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving LAe Apalachicola on the 9th t April 9, 1839. 15-ly or, WOOD EDDY & CO.. Atlanta: Gtorgu. months after date I shall present my final se-

41! BA ER'S CELEBUATED FAM. X their Store next to R. II. Berry's ( atji| \'e on the 10th d 25th. or. WOOD EDDY & CO. Wilmington Del. .. unl and vouchers to the Hon.Judge Jf Probnt

$, GROYER.t Room. a well selected Stock of SPRING DANIEL LADD. Tallahassee of Jefferson county, us aditiinJKtratrix vt the Estate
;: V. i Machines. New Style. Prico from AKent. & Pen. & Geo. I3f A list of the numbers that are drawn from of Jesse Granthnm, late of"i(1 l deceased.uel l

\ "'! |60 to f 160. extra ctarges of U f>r bunmeri. The SUMMER GOODS, suitable for Newport, Fla. the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each ask for a discharge from ui.latln.ini"lration.county

.) I, Machines are strong "Rlrle. easy kept in order. Sew CEXTLEMEXSWEAR., December 18, 1858. 6 RAIL..R DAD S. oce is entitled to, will be published after every draw- REBECCA: 0 RANl'lIA I. Admt'x.

'S r.' ,I a strong seam. They better and cheaper sewing | consisting in part of French and English Cloths Cas- iug in the full"wing papers: Augusta (Ceo) Coomtutionaliist. December 23, 1868. 5- m

t. i ''fJ i than a seamstress can. even if the works for one aimeres and V estings of the latest style and best quality .GENOY. New Orleans Delta Mobile Register --- -----

.,f : cent an hour and I are unquestionably the best Machines which they are prepared to make up to order ina rm0 Charleston Standard Ka>hyille Gazette Atlanta In-- Notice.SIX

V lIt' in the market fur family sewing, on account of workman-like and fashionable manner, and on RrxsoxiBLr of Columbus Ga. telligencer New York Weekly Day Book, Savannnh .

It.I ; their simplicity; durability ease of management and Txavs. Also, a good assortment of Ban Morning News Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch months after date the undersigned surviving

1 adaptation to all varieties of family sewing-executing : D. ., TT7I. II. YOUNG, Prlt.I Change of Schedule. Paulding (Miss) Clarion, and Little Rock, of the Estate vt James S. Linn

1J j either heavy or fine work with equal facility, READY-MADE CLOTHING, Cash fapllal, $100,000 00. -& (Ark,) True Democrat.Nov. late of Leon county. deceased will! present his n e- V

,, '. and without special adjustment 1 Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties Shirts Merino ordered 14. 1857. 46-ly count and vouchers to the lion. Ju
) j'ii I cr Send for a Circular. Silk and Cotton Under Shirts, Collars Socks, I ri UE above Agency will at ALL times be supplied THE Department between Tallahassee Laving and a Walter's daily mail Mill sor- MILES NASH & CO. raid county, and ask fur a discharge Irons saul ad-

4 \ Address L. M }FOLSOM Centerville Fla Gloves &, V the Train will run on and after the first of January
I April 23. 1859. 176mTaken : They would take this method of tendering Also, en Columbus and Apalarbicola. Bills discounted 1S2>9, as follows: Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. I D&!. liS. 11158. li2- m Surviving Adt

their thanks to their old customers acd the at current rates. Gold Coin for sale. --V
public On the Pen. Gco. Railroad received from New
: : Up generally for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed Of.e. (up stairs) over the Store of T. L. Betton, JUST per Notice.
v h I P. Leave Tallahassee daily nt..4 P. M. a general assortment of articles in our line
:( t A DARK BAY MARE MULE with a scar on on them and hope, by strict attention to their Dec. 1858.M ELLS, AgentTallahassee Arrive at Walker's Mill by . .5.30 P. M. such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning Fluia, V SIX mouth after date I i-ball present my final
business to merit continuance of the
& XJL her right bind foot. Taken np on the road from a same. .1 Leave Walter's Mill daily at..8 A. M. White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window Glass of nnd vouchers to the Hon. Ji.dge <>( Probate

.J V Tallahassee to Lake Bradford about two and a half J. WEBER, Arrive Tallahassee by .. .. 9.80 A. M. best quality, Putty, Brushes, Potash,Soda Sparkling ,of Jefferson county as admiuijtmtor! of the Ea-

f ;t :V miles from Town. The owner must come forward L DANNHEIMER.April ACard Connecting at Walker's Mill with Poet Coaches via Gelatine,London Mustard French Brandy(very beat,) tate of llartwell Watkins late of raid rounly.de

V 4 prove property. pay expenses and take her away, or 2, 18li9. H Mooticello to Albany every evening of the week excepting for medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper Lemon Syrup, cea'ed, and ask for a diichinrr from raid adn.intstra

iV eh. will be dealt with aa the law directs.STEPHEN E. L. T. BLAKE Sunday, and twice a week connecting with Inks Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, tion. \\M. \\ HEIR. ArlimV.

V f ATKINSON. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. Coaches running to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin and tc, ic, and a general assortment of Popular Patent January 8, 1869.fm

4 ? May 23, 18S9. 22 Register the United Stale Land Ojfice Jacksonville. Medicines. We keep none but the very best and
&' THE nndersigneo begs leave to inform the citi- t hope to merit your patronage Notice.
On Tallahassee Railroad
h -J-m. CALLAWAY Tallahassee and vineinity that .hs has TALLAHASSEE, FI.A., : MILES NASH, A CO.
epeoed a carriage shop in this place joining services to act as AGKXT for Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) March 29, 1866 18 SIX months after date, the nnderrigned will pre
t V' tVl GROCER & COMMISSION MERCHANT, OFFERS persons at. ..... .. .. .. .. . 10 A.M their final account and vouchers to the lion.
to enter land in the State Land Office --------- -----
Ii ; i Two DOORS ABOVE AMES & LIVELY. Brokaw's Livery Stables, and will attend to any in any of the State, Arrive at St. Marks by .. .. .. 11.25 A. M. BLACK-8MITHING-! Judge of Probate,of Leon county and ask to be dismissed

in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner Offices at the btlioes Charges reasonable aDd in Leave St. Marks daily (except Sunday) from the further administratiun ,>( the Estate
Eji 1 /CONSTANTLY on and receiving fresH sup where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in hi. proportion to CapitoL and bestowed. at. ... .. ... .. .. 2.15 P.M. TIlE undersigned has resumed work of Lovet Green deecased. late of said county.

I 4L 1 V pains Vy plies spared of provisions in selecting and goods Family to Groceries.fill orders from No line, at the shortest notice and on the most Maps of Townships WIT labr or SCWAKNH Rivit, Arrive at Tallahassee at. .... . 3.30 P. M. town, and baa opened A Shop inthe _ JOEN DUOGAR. Admfr.ELCY .

11!1 V the country, and at the lowe market prices. Country REASONABLE TERMS furnished at from two to five dollars each,in advance. Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrival same building with Mr.Kubo'l Csr. _ GREEN. A i1t'L
and all other January 22. 159. 4 of. and which returns before the departure of the riage Shop, opposite the Exchange, where all kinds January I8fi9. 5-6m
j produce goods consigned to me for
sal will receive attention. The citizens of such as carriage painting and trimming making new Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers between of Black-smithmg will be done with neatness and
1 I It i prompt
Tallahassee and solicited buggies and wagons and all kinds of repairing.The A. J. PEELER'S New Orleans Key West and Cuba and"intermediate despatch. He can refer with confidence to those Notice.ALL V
II I 1 ; vicinity are respectfully to
i is do the Gulf St who have patronized him heretofore for the characterof
examine and before undersigned prepared to this kind of points on arriving at Marls,on their way
Ii I I- price goods purchasingelsewhere. claims
Laving demands
article my warranted be I work as well and in the latest style, aa it cad be LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, to Key West on the 18th and 1st or 2nd of his work. FRANCIS PAYNE. persons or against
I LiN Every to as estate of John D.
repreIIDted done at the North. month and arriving at St Marks on their encto January 8. 1868. J-lf Thompson deceased, late
qi11 V V to the purchaser.I 1.11 .L__ _L_ L___ ,L!_ L.J _, ___to ._ .1_ __- TALLABASSE. FLORIDA. __. 1".1.._ .<.L __.1 nL _, _.._.. ___.L of Leon county, are requested to present them duly
.. U.' wu L.ii .UU VI wore '' GO, .e Viiil5 uu LOIC UL5IC5'4 .CS UOViCU IIIl1nLn.-
.A.prill659. IB aDI Practice in the Circuit of .. .n authenticated totbe[ undersigned or to Judge Gwjnn
V wish it done in a manner that will not fail to givesatisfaction WILL Cnrt Old/ Whenever these days come on Sunday the Train rurrluuiBURNING
Judge of Probate Tallahassee.
V HILLSBOROUGH. N. C. wccld do well to call on Wakulla Jefferson Madison and will run oo that lay to conncet.EDWARD ,
I WM. KUHNS.Jnlr attend promptly to the collection of notes and tc- UOUSTOUN FLUID G. W. JONES.
I : counts in of.aM c.u.te.! April 30, 1859. 18-8
YuAr.JI 10. 1R8 0 any IVARRENTED FRESH. For sale at the Drug
I I tw urnce m the Capitol, opposite the door of tho Af Sup't.Jinuary If Store of
Pt an officer of the South Carolina State Military Att inev's General 1, 1S69. 1 BARNARD. Notice.SIX
.I el; Academies. For a circular address I -RRO NOTC.I F.b. 27. 1858. 9-1 January 1, I8Z. 1 .
I 4 C. C. SCHEDULE OF TRAINS month. after date the undersigned will pre
) ij March 12, 1859. TEW. Killsboroueh., V. C. I t. t""j --- -FISK'S PATENT METALICBURIALCASES. Ins final accounts and vouchers to the Judge

i >i i 11-ly rrinE attention SYRUP & PORKBARRELS ON TilE of Probate of Leon county, as administrator on the
o Consignees of tie
_L Tallahasre'e P goods by FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. II estate of Stephen Minton, deceased late of said
Guns t i
Guns Guns is : called nlllllul.the < Georgia Railroads county and aslrto be discharped therefrom.
i 1 respectfully following :
TUB uodercigned has now permanently located t JOS.JOHN WILLIAMS, Adm'r.
& the Post .office whore be is prepared Rule 9, of Tolaa.tr d Pen. d Geo. R R. Co. -A N D- rV March 12. 1859. llj m

in the most workmanlike and prompt manner, to Frf'igbt.are payable in cash on delivery of good, VtSiiy'V fegrT -

make and repair V storage will h charged o articles lying over, cy "os1 S.LT. LEAVES FERXAXDJXA DAILY, I j Insolvent Estate Notice.
I. after the
: GUAS, KirLES CJU.VLOCK*!, To following periods: TLENTV good SYRUP and PORK BARRELS SU"DAYS KXCHPTED. Rosct'ood( Finished- Latest PalcnAUr.tIGUT State of Florida )
V Consignees in Tallahassee. 3 dnrs. JL f.r sale here. ALSO-cnarse fine West ( ) ,).
V in fact all or Key
work pertaining to a Gun or Lockvnith. 11 County c-f .
V within 6 miles of a 6 SALT, at LADD'S Newport Fla.Toilet arrival Steamers from Charleston and Savann.il i An isrrsTavcTiBtn.A f
With the above qualificitions be expects to merit a I l dc-rt 9" Xo" 20. lSSt. 47ULAITIL, OV ), connecting at CalUhan with 5rt.ie fur | SUPPLY of all size" kepI band V T J'iTLETON M. WHITE, administrator *f the

liberal patronage of the citizens of this place' sodsurrounding I oerl2 14 Trailer' Hill and Cszttrevillc! Oa. ; at B.ilJninwith _4__).. by T.J.RAWLS constantly, Undertaker.on .l.J estate cf John W. Townsend late of Leon coon-.

country.J3T" I This rue will b strictly adhered to. and parties Mass for Tallahassee ; at Tail Bridge with Stage I November 2", 1858. 47 ty. deceased having fil.d in the Probate office of

VV N. B. Gun locks always for sale on hand. sending for goods are requtltcJ to comply therewithor i f'r Middlebnn; and al) Starke with Stages fer New ._ ____ said county written suggestion that be believes the-

AUGUSTUS BROWN. the goods cannot be nin.: villf iauisviUa, Micauopy, Fleinicgton and estate of the said John W Towneendiobe insolvent
March 58. 1859. 13 : d.Ii"eretl ; : Jb.cieisoo.: Ooala. I' Insolvent Estate Notice. thertfure notice is hereby given to all persons having

_ I *,*Sentiu.l and Quincy E paper cojiy. Snp't C. H. FISHER, Proprietor. I LEAVE Starke !aily, (Sundays exeepted.) on ar State of Florida ) I claims against said estate to appear and file the sam

Plank Road All Right! February 26 1869. 9 April 9. 1S59. rival ot Stages, and connecting; at Fernandioa with County of Leon. f with the Judge of Probate of said county on or befor

--- ---- -- --- Sly I Steamers for Savannah and Charleston on Monday, I RW. B. HODGSON. Exwutor of the ljit Will I the 2l>tb day oSe-ptembernext.wben tkere will be a
THE undersigned havlhj pnrchved the entire! in- Tuesday, Wednesday and Fiiday. Testament of Charles! Alligood late of pro rata distribution of said estate amongst the creditors -

? 'will of the Georgia Company, the in
pet same I
travelling order. of said written D. W. CWYSN of
It This OF I, 1858. 18Dwelling county a suggestion that he be. I II Jodg Probatn
be relied THE
may on. rates rf tolls I bare re. : j_ ice that be g"'lnO I --- -------- eves the Estate sit the said Charles .Alligood to 1* March 19. 18 9. U- m'
B duced some !S pet cent. To person at LId .\i, _BLACKS4lTU SHOP.( again in Farmers'& Exchange I insolvent: Therefore notice is hereby givlm to all
4 wisbinr to contract by the season a suitable deduce I :, for Sale !
V with Ban Claims 'Notice.SIX
i tion will be connection his LJVIET STABLIS, where lc will persons having against said Estate to appear .
fnadt But
abused in this and the ruinous this road credit system ') I have done all kinds of Plantation and Carriage work. !I OF CHARLESTON. T U E well known residence of the and fIe the .ame with the Judge of Probate of said months from the first publication of .this 'no
I ,
region on can't stand.
I Somebody must pay for using the road. Suitable / -.U.SO- SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK NEW subscriber situated on the SOO loot ..... county on or before the 20th day of September next *, the andt'\'ll grK'd, administrator d.bonia DOlt,
V AND street is DOW offered for sale when there will be I' pro rata distribution c.f the with th. Will
; terms below
c deductions made to those runma? S and 6 mule I HORSE SHOEING in the best I CHRLETY, |{|{ fund of slid Estate annexed of all and singular. good.,
very manner; The house contains 5 with amongst the creditors of said chattels
V teams by the cetera, when arrangement are mad. O and will use every endeavor to have FOR SALE. rooms, tBCBw Estate. rights and credits which were of John Wil-
Uforehand. JEItE RICHARDS. done with wok a large basement diuing-room, and is one of the moat ford deceased late of Leon county, will proeathi
dispatch, and t snit Clomf'" A. DENHAM, Agent comfortable dwellings the city, D. W. GWYNN. Judge *f Prolate. final
I Richards ). April 9./'S9. 15 P. Tallahassee account and ToncLeri to the Judge af ..Probateof
January 1, 189. I B BlOK Dee. 1658. 4 A planter removing to the city for the educationof I I March 19, 1859. l6m138a Leon eoonty, and ask to be dvcbargt from his

i On Consignment. children will find it a desirable residence. said aximioistration. V

State Bank of I R.H.BERRY. I
Florida Agent.TERMS SOLOMON SaUM.ar4&nsfyVl4IS59
; d 0 BBLS." Plants Extra"and "SuperfinV -Pric* fasOO, orxs-lmlf cash the balance V 'tOo-6m; VV
a FLOUR, \flWJOOO Notce. AT I 1,2 and S *.." credit, 8 cent interest with mortgage MOST DESIRABLE A&QXTMK3T
Iba. Side ALL.p o demands against ,TALLAHASSEE. V V V
on property. FRESH V GARDEN SEEDS :
of irotic&V
Mary M. deeetaadT : .
2000 Shoulder, F.teJ February 1?. 1t59.Feather 1
of Leon county, are hereby to present them Ozorncit I: BCTCERSBvtibiso.. -.c fj; llontls after the first jbltcmlioo thia -
Ja.StAg A. Shays best Sugar Cured properly the Warrant Growth" 1858! SIX : s>o-
antbtt t undersigned -- ., tte will'
aminis andcraigncd present to the lloa.
; 1 V 10 bUs. Oliver Whitle1. trator,w M6fnbed by law or thy wi cqGlrr EXCHANGE NEW YORK AND Brushes Dusters T lESE SEED are procDred'frwn a cold climate Jadg. .f Probate of'Leon'cfinotyl; lit fiuil JltC INlt. '.
i -trbirfed; and all those w3 tt art r NEW ORLEANS FOR SALE. and will consequently rilih' the better in TOBchera'aa ddmUu'strater
if a va tb, otJobm..
V -TUK' C.uK.lL.H.JE.IfRY..- J mate e u.t t FINE SUPPLY! OF;XXL DESCRIPTIONS warmer iUU
; payment ,. v.. wit BAILEY Frcsi Jent. A one 'Jike ours. r13T Vf.ToW'(deceased,hit*of utd '
._ Com. Mer. V : lost reeerred and for sale by' V aorj askr
DANIELSWjTItAdmr.& W. IL .. CI1ly I Of send *rd r that *** S < e..aso
D11'TESCssbier.February V V your \ yon maT U be dismissed.6' .
:rt.n isa'. I .1 ",
I .r 9S Way 7,1J5? 19.-Sw J9, 1St 9, *.. 8 I. Fell ry ? 18Si: '. MTER3 9 .*,'V CORMAJT.'. V ,: V V get JaoIW18i1n.tb .ranetic dflired. ; AMES 4 LIVELY -, V : ... Ltn'IETON'lf..wntrF A '

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