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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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TALLAHASSEE FLA. JULY 0 1859.!) VOL. XT-NO. 28.

BY JOXES & DYKE. ,.. .. .--_....... "",,"" ..-,.....--
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-- 9th.- : -- he- should-! have nllcOIl'tc.j the <'XI'I- : what was untrue, and no ammuit of reasoi- i to meet and! = ercome t1! if possiMe/ bvhin .
iiii [From fhl''! Jacksonville], 1.trJ. June ] imImiSJ 1 If,) ;
1.1JOltiiiOll1tl! nn) pflsiuws! !;! (CartOTICE. 5. I I All Opinion Without h Head Aotes." I cio: i'f these functi >ns n<;:a iu"t) the very peso r- big can make i it otherwise. If the Court was'; ( j ersonal p'eser.ce wit'i roasts hiS guards the and

from whom he had stoK-n them) ,,. I I lIe really in ses.-ion, why did it not proceed tot! 21Ia"nJ:; hein great
DIALER IN -)! i[
I The disposition of Thomas! I'allzcll1) 1Ijappcns ho I L do to wit: hear lUi.l nieiit of Utrn'gi":1 motctnenr. He I fore
; to ,
had
111:111'hos what it authority
!IIUH\I. !\ I votes to jail, by the very I
DRY ioos; ROVIS1OS ? to Iw tin Chief Justice of I'loriJ: he las stolen.proxy determine the causes on its calendar, irstt-! l1lI saw results la? |.ri'pared 1 to mt.et tLC1 I'frte'x /7
to parade his. tiiJixiJu.iI,, ujiinions in (he. iie\\s. prOty : I which \\t eipo-ing lii-e.'l .e t'j .niy danger i;
that for no :
Dr. Wm.JF. Shine I The smj4e!; story is this. In the latter rnrt: of attempting power
I r.tid tlioiniffas judicin! dec! IL- well knew that i-j hi .
i. oln'
papers, to j piss it law or the coissiutionStrugglii" ? I I'I im I pn *
ANDGROCERIES -I of December last, Judge Pearson, finding 1 i I.i"Jt" conferred upon by \
on-i.c illS rCltt.-I'W !'tB'llrl10! TilE itr.LirFFICE ions, begets curious rtilections.. If a ca"e a .H'a eiice audviti! their Emperor leading! ihi'n
throcgh t
/ \ adjoining tLat I of J'rs. Gamble A BettwJ JX GEXERAL. has been decitSeil in the f=apreme Court, thc! < -:>ight so afT'cfed as, in hU judgment; totlisLe 'I and flouiulfring. : ,Judge: I.alt. ,, the Guards or the Zouaves would never f.iul-
misapplications
of
\ 8. 1f:!.!-ly : November 12:: 1838. 46 him from faking: his se-.t bn the Spremo u- heterogeneous
My natural, if not the. only safo (place! to lonk for Denc'n for useful at tt th nil finally f lays hold of the ctse'oflr.: Eu- I ter or give way ; and therefore it was, that
the ileci-ion, toqcthtrli\ ihe dis enirijiinion ( I any purpoce introduced in the Senate tl'O 10111'
resolution
MILES HASH & CO. be holden law at Tallahassee, OIl ton's
ImliSII GARDEN\ EEBSI : if there! lie one., i i5 in the IlcjiorU, :ns i the- rm first to Monday, in by: January, wrote Judge the Vnited States, to expunge a previous reolution i and held! in an absolutely t ntrw
nUlhurit Hut the autiu-nt I force o: t.'e cmnir, vutil Nll; and
VEALCUS ISuitrcs published by Haltzell to that effect, and suggested: that Oll I passed 1 b\ the Senate,censuring Pre; I II lining' .

; 5?& PAIXTS, c-rc.rtb.: ; : of :LaBB.I, I Keports of the! Mij>rcmc tribunal of tlu b'tnare (' of the circuit judges might be notified to .tt- I ideal Jackson f for his agency in remoung the!; Mc..laimounine: to his rtlief.-Any t.ther
not \\ilhin tho! learh! ot cxcry one, ar.hile Mr. Webster! opposed the expui. corps, diCvTCMtly commanded! might hnvofaa'er
tend in his to the law of 18j J. : dejwsits. i
place, pursuant
Hf :it is presumed that Judge Ualiyo'l!1 bl: ; other ( .'d a:>J if so, defeat instead of victorywoj'Jhavi
OILS I \\ I and said things : ;
MEDICINES that resolution, among
i GUM DROPS To this Judge Ualtzell replied! in effect! glue I II
;
desire that should bo, no: th Diil hfi
they obliterate '
I I 110 particular the law and the Constitution did not authize < I We are called upon to violate to .L"ll consquTce.
lud.rn. tUeir! neixln mid tlie puUic oneill believe Hut it is with any <,xterfa.tion : : records." And Judge Bal- tst i di. then, in thus t personally meet
"TOU'LD I (have circuit to erase our own nobly
: uii IIIeJ a C"oJ ao-ortmtrnt off ucarticles OF ALL FLAVORS it, and he refused to : a jUllgc
mankind that he takes dm obstacles, which!
are generally kept in their line of businpf I of enlightening called in. Judge Pearson: made the folk/r!! '- zell really supp srs that a false( statement, ing'and tim.iiphingover .
auJ will M be receiving rf::ularlyfieeh supplies. The FOR COUGHS AS]) COLDS j so much pains to publish, in the neuFpaper! log reply : I written upon a page of the Supreme Com : his movements involved: ? And i is not Xap.

Lcrm,.11,11 be reasonable.TalUluosee : I JuSt received at the DRUG STORE cf I his own particular notions, to the excl isio: I i; records of the State, during vacation, if the I II leon III., jim cverysonse of th-word thus hero \

ApnlStli 185814.. I EDWARD UH ARD. JR. I of the opinion of the Court ; which opiuioi, I JACKSONVILLE, 1'i.v, Jan. 4, 1S.;>9.Hon. I WI i iter only takes pains to caft it an "Order' of Magenta f

A- --- Tallahassee, December 18, 1858. 61 and not hi?, ood. citizens ndopi, as the lay\' T. RALTZKLL, Chief Justice, S. C : I of Court," is hS much a record of the Court, ;. We hue said there was no accides fri all

(fALLIE----I I' of the land. If a highly cultivated! and) cap. 'JOth nllinreached I as a resolution of the Senate of the Unite this ; and in support cf this declaration we
of the
Dear Sir Your fn-or !
TS in receipt; 41f a large-and m-11 cclecteJ stocV tlrSTAI'LE I Wm. Anderson, Lie! judicial mind, totally dUinterestrd wti tliis:- and I hasJm to iplv I States, passed in full session and entered upon ; I II have now lying before us, in Manuscript l the
morning,
FANCY GOODS. me
fyiritHl and an.l tiiptntr: Reed JAnfe ClotJiitiy. Attorney at law and Solicitor in lianrcr] i to wrile ctiiicUms upon the decisions of our through the kindness of our friend, Iheaton *. I. I its journal, is a record of the Senate ; I copy of me despatch fjorn the Emperor to
Court,the world might be I.t'ndit'dhy ) The Paris, dated KriJay, Jour 3J, which i is fol!-
.
JIat and (-' /)//. Itottt and .V *it. Familyrrvrrrie MARIANXA. FLORIDA. Scpremo \\' I'MJ., who acts as my amanuens and that these cases are parallel. point I a
( *, lI'i"e", LraaJitt, dr., .fr. with and to I them ; and, at all events, the cff.irt might I notice that doubt I which the Chief Justice does not seem to coin lows.
attend fidelity seriously
promptness
"tAfILL Jour
you
April 30. 1859. 18 be r'gardcd'ilhout suspicion ; but when a resolution which "We are mystifying the Anstrians.-Wo
this that tIe
entrusted his tLe Cr I prehend is -
-- T 1 any business to rare in under the Constitution, to appoint a : I'I'f .
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power
euit Courts of Franklin, Washington and Jackson, dissenting judge makes up an opinion in vacation fill at term i inTalbh3sset' Mr. Benton sought to expunge was rightful.t are deceiving them respecting our line of
Jr Circuit to our
I place
) t
BAUiNAUl Judge
E. I II in tbe Supreme Court at Marianna, and the Unite. I' assuming facts not in the record ; my upon the journals ; that is, it was place I march. We are crossing the'Ilcino, and about :
States District Courts tt Apalachicola anti Talk largely from authoiilii-s which hav I/g The to advance Milan. We
THE :
WILL (.O.NTIMU quoting From the reading of the provision eonttincJ* (' by competent authority. entry upon ,haI
RUG MEDICINE BUSINESS S baesee.Mardi 56, 1859. 13-6m no sort of application to tho question, and in the Constitution, authorizing the estaLlish.ment was expunged from the Supreme Cou therefore, he able to choose our o'wn fed) (f

r:J}TUB OLD STAM>. IN j ___ _____ ---- I IHom which none but the bench and the bar hart. of the Supreme Court, I canseo nothing records, was wrongfully there. It is a false \ battle. Prepare for a triumph, nn our n
opathy. any means of reading; and correctly under the I Irepugnant II entry. The Court had never made any such I II tr into the capitol of Lombard?.
to course suggested; by me ; i )
standing ; disparaging and calumni.itiiig, the order while child of ten ol) facts demonstrate who it w3 rhtplllreJ
: .\. C'AMrBCLL:!J(CAns,M. I.G.J. 'or AGGO'Uad.: D and examination of the! act organizing I every years Ties!
OF TilE Wg/ MORTAl, rl"MIC undersigned Homoeopathic Physicians Lay. : judgment of hi, associates ; and publishes: :Ill] time Supreme upon Court, approved January lit understands the distinction, is the C'l.iet Jus. and won the great battle of MagenWhdcn -

SOComerof in tf, this in : ho being at the time :\ have it bclievcihe
_1. ing Associated themsthes the practice a neuspaper 18.; 1 and the amendment thereto rove tice of this State willing to h.
:
1 be found at their Offices Holt, for election) in which of hi > ap I _. -
Clinton and Monroe eheets,Tallahassee. Mfdiciue may City candidate one mind does not t And does he really) disc oveu >
docs
January 19, 185 B. S l I'itllabassce! and at Dr McC's.old stand!, Moiitictllc. Associates i is one of 1k I i coInpetitors-reull!;) Jnnnuth, Ib31, it seem to my i resemblance between the which I in Miniature.
rlenr! that fiom the failure of alLendance any power
A. CAMPBELL MeCANTS, 31.11, as noonday, i
R. H. BERRY, G. J. WAGGU Elt, M. 1) I uch a case cannot lail to bi-get curiuzs re- of any one or two of time J u.sticesof the 1st Kdwaid }possessed as King over his .\ U3, JUH1E3, AND nC\OEXGI

and Commission : A prill!C.: 1850. IG' flect ions. said Court on the sessions of tho sam, Judges and other subjects, and the power If you are angry with !Iim that reprove!
Auctioneer Every body knows of the extraoidinar: which Judge of the Supreme: Court of : ) confess .
'from disability dii 1\1 ERe II ANT. I OTTO LANGE I proceeding of Judge llalzdl: in January las: !, Florida; another? And because ,.
it shall be the duty," Arc.Having possesses over I Lie' unjust : hv that 13 an r.will rh ju t rc-
!D, 1855. 39 I ill[ assuming, in his own person!'! to -nstitut Constitution of Florida in refer
ALLAHASSEE! Fla., Sept : : failed, my dear fir, to point out the provides, : prover, kindles the fire ol jut Avenger.
----- -- "- WATCH MAKER he Supreme Court of Honda. Tire distinction to the Legislature, that A majority of I with hoar
I specifically that clause in the Constitution upon | cnce Anger may repast you for:1 ,
T. W. BREVARD, Jr., And Jeweler between judge of a court, and a court which you rely for Jour determination l'X each: house shall constitute! quorum to Jo '::1' jut not repose with you 'fur a night. The
I itself, not be apparent to every one, bu business but a s miller umber adjourn of hatred the conthnuncofbatred
ud.fto3rn.Gy; ; a.-t; IjctTT MOXTICELLO, FLA., may pressed! I am unable to appreciate the difl : i may :ontinnanci anger u ;
I
<; lawyer understands' it. The power from to day and co-npel the attendance j becomes malice that is
TALLAHASSEC, FLA. inform the citizens of Mid. ; very ulty under which you seem to labor.I ,
WOULD respectfully Floi'ida that he design DIaling of a court are very.ext< n!> \'C. those: of a judgtrery I that conviction of Juty of absent members," does he really ivarrantable! which has suffered the sun to Eefonir
East ;
April ?4. 1858._ 17 __ I limited. In.; I'loiida, \i'y the Constitu: regret your your
that Judge 01' the Supreme Con i
.vocational l tiaits through these "*<-tion of country for is such as to preclude a possibility of a term suppose a
HIGH .\. CORLCVTAttorney tle purpose of doing any "oik in the above line I ion, tIle Supierne Court, except in case: at Tallahassee. Would it net be well to ai may exercise a like authority towards his absent i Nothing is more despicable, or more misrable .

at Law I hat may be intrusted to his care. otherwise directed by' Constitution, shall out n until the last: of the riding, as I the brethren, when the constitution says not ? than the old age of 3 passionate man.kVhen .

I ALSO laic appellate! juiisdietion only; I'roriihd, be sufficiently ulievcd of :afllictioo a word upon the subject 1 Does the Chief; time 'iour of )'outh fails him, and his

TALLIIASSEK, IL..\. A fine Lot of Jewelry. which I will sell at the low hat the said Court shall) always haVe (lower nay: bo with my Justice believe that the people, who, in the I II imusernents, pal with frequent his

January 17 1857.' 3-ly dt. possible 77 r lest prices.lifferenct ffi,.e n if requirti.ApiilSO. to issue writs of injunction, m.ind'mu: *, quo I hope to you hear the opinion of our IJro. Du I exercise of their pierogatire, created the Legislature )ccasioual rage sinks, by decay repifiol ftrcngt
habeas and! such other "
John B. Whitelmrst 1S89. 18-ly varranto, corpus, the subject above alluded to, ere and the Judicial departments of this r tmto peevishness ; that peevishness, or vantf
__ _ _,_ __ u cmedial and origin 1 writs as may }h neces.ary pont upon I State, intended that each should }have the ", novelty and variety, l becomes habitual ; tluvorhl
.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Dwelling House for Sale. : to give it a general superintendence" > and ouig.W'itii kinds regards to yourself:: an i fan, h', : power of compelling: tho attendance of absent i falls off from :rocntilim ;and ho is i left\,

:\LHLFLA.. control: of all other court Ami by the law and"truly members, because it conferred that power upon I Homer it, to his own.c't -
?
TIlE SUBSCRIBER:) offers ( r sale on I I I remain, pectfufv' yours, !, IS expresses dc\'ot :
"VVT'ILl' practice iu the Circiut Courts of Jaclcson .1 terms easy to a purchaser his house and ff:"i fw i of Ifejl, it is declared that the Supreme B. M. PE.\n OS. the one department, but did no' toMer: i it '. i-t srt'i-t"de DOt contempt.'ITio .
T T Cal oun. W 1&. "iD ;loli and Holmes couutie lots in Ii l-Air. Apply to the underwiined. -*.-.* I Court: of the State of Florida shall be com f upon the other i Well, tho reasoning i is adniir o'lscrelion of :note liei'enutti fcis an-
and pay spi-cial: Attention to Collecting. or to W K. Beard. JOHN BEAUD.Msrch >osed of one Chief Justice and two Asso.* Time sequel was as above stated.IT : Tha I able .\iut just that reasoning 'trrifcji a Judge Gl"r.HU'' it is i Lit glory tl) pacs by a
Nov.'nibor27, l5S. 4lyBenj. I .. ..... .. 0" tIme 18t!> January, Judge Haltzell, assu ; tru1rtS'in.
10-tf
low
_____ 5 1859. into Ji ticat PI'I. in > c, UirflB- who would assume that power would lw .
I hold the Court alone '
-- ning to entirely cause
-- -- f i're, that the! > Court is unpaged of three I to A bail it has beer I the
F. Young likely adopt. reason, lie that sun g.o dovn upon Lib
POST & MEL I an order to be entered on the records of the Its
J udges, and the Constitution guides: us as tots : said is better than but there i3 ,
none; really II viatfc, nn.l goes angry t( bed, U Lake 'n 11'1'tIl
had } made the
& !Jl1I: : 'l? .:\ Jj lli 1 ) OMMISSION; MERCHANTS j : poweis. Now, under this law, am! this Court Court,as requiring though the it sheriff been to arrest by.1.Judg'earson. e nn ingenuity in resorting to the worst possible I, e\il! i:( for hU l>ed-f.rlow.

ANDSOLICITOR Constitution, Judge lialtzcll, on the 15th .by I If its .ib;; does ilot '
61 l.oJdl'as Sued, For what To abid : reason : ardity eclipseihe When I have an injury done me, Inever
e
.u
IS EQUITY. NE'VV OR.LEANS. of January last, at Tallahassee: and while I the further order of this pnrpo Couit !'' The pulhiutill act which it is intended to defend, it iacalculated I Ii s.t 1 the IK?:icon on fie, ixw am I troubfed ; J

WILL practice iu the Courts of the Eastern Cir udge DuPont was in Quincy, and JuJgo'carson which i at least l to oieiconie a mode:;t tintellect :insider who ld; it ; if mv Liniinan: be diJ
I tiC }Florida aud the FeJeial Courts. --- -- in Jacksonville, caused the followingtmtiies !! observe the the facilitth habiliments of JudgJaltzcll and to teach people outside the bar, I it igno'antly! if my friend, Lo did it against
TO on a Suprem c
(OFFICE AT COAIJ(>sYlLLE. ALACUUA COOTT.) REFEJt to be made> in the record of the book puts
law vellns in
that in must
: as \ religion they his wilt if it is no more than I
Thomas J" Perkins L Co., Tall.ihassce, Fla ?ourt. lie admits, in his last that thc I ; 1113enemy
essay
FE RE XCL'S ellSrs I II
J: E : .
of the coutt: fahli and Judge Pearson .
.* 1. R. Harris & Co., Quincj 1 hrcc judicial garments were not made for i live by not by sight, (as ulKctel; I never put a fair construction up.on
CArT. J. J. Lccts ) .. At Court of the State!: of Flo-
a Supreme to that the of
expected ) aim that
Montictllo was to
;
Denbam & Palmer i I precepts anything happens me.
V Chatletlon. S. C. him: and do not belong to him: ; but, iiiidinj
COL. J. D. AIKEX Denham, Sit.brks, ri.la. continued and Field, pursuant to adjourn. orncieare not to be tested the standard of
Board t I by I He that i ii naturally I keeps hisionnda
FRASLR & THOMI-SOX' ) tho owners of two of them absent, lIe retngefJ.
: Mr. James Filor, Key: West, I in the Capitol, in the city 01"1 allahasee I appro- I that
heft from the riteni of
which
JAXW S. JOM.S llahanee.! Ha.Juu common sense; very \\ open, i closer
DK. niates them all to his and grzxd! : ,'oull
lessrs. McXaught & Ormond Atlanta, Geo ISth, A. D. 1839!). own use; :
ti,'57.) 23WILLIA1I '. J. N. JIcKitmou --- ---- ------ 'resent.. Honorable Thomas altzell, C. J.- I of science and I learning; and that, as Jhe i i- glorious kiud of I
1858. revenge
August 1-1. 33-ly all himself br Thij :
tripped,to to flogged. : i
SCOTT, --- )rdeted-That Associate Justices Dul'orlnd l : what is sometime! called in despotic coun. I Chief Justice of a State o-rglit to be a fountain I'I'I link myself sufficiently! revenged ot my


MOXTICELLO' | & COUNSELLORS Sunday next, the 21th inst., for the transac- with which he thus robes himself for ; anti c'rink: !;, than to venture upon an analysis orr.men-l Cnvar for pardotiing Mctnllug, than:

JI1v3O,1833. SO i1jan LTTOKNEYS ion of business. the play, is not less remarkable than his perjrmance. i by the uncertain aids of reason and yirinciple, for the great victory obtained over- his enemies.

"------ --- -- AT LA"VV, Associate Justice Pearson hating failed Observe : In free countries a cit I which must result! in detrcting nothing but Ctll not too.oon at an offence, nor givotoo
HOLLAN6rAttorneys nnJ! refused to attend the sesMonof the court
FLOYD & formed a co-partncrsliip in the practice ol I ten is never deprived of his lilll'rt\lt tin i profound[ nonsense. easy way to anger; tho on3 shows &

at Law. HAVE,and will attend to any professional: busiess I rdered to be held at the Capitol in the cityf icre will of man, judge, or co.urt ; amlie : i The principle) which would authorize a single :cak judgement, the other a prevero nature.
of MiddU entrusted to their carp.D. I Tallahassee! on the first Monday! in Janu.nry any i Judge, under a (plea of State necessity, toiss'ime Have : wounded with injuries?
practice in the Circuit Courts Bill of Rights Contained in the) Canstilu any you
"TILT.l West Florida, and iu the Supreme: Court 1IOGUE,. .A I PERRY' AMAKER. I past, without any good reason assi;iutlLcrefor ti ion of Florida provides that the people thai : timepowersofa Court for one purpose, ,. meet then with! patience ; hasty words rk1

the State. Also in the District Court of (he Urn May1.868. 18 -- it is otilt-rcd that he be taken into! : 1, in their from uareasonablluurcs : would authorize him to do it for anovhcr. 12 wound,saJ l;language dresses it,itforgivcncTS

cd ::)tat and that warrant to
Fla. no an)
.J. no\ [).Office ApalacLicola
bide the further order of this Court iu the
for the time being
: I isnonc
ercisc5ol power pro-suppose passions.ttere[ so extfaviigant
D. 1',110LLAXD. Office Quincy. Fla. icrson shall issue ithout probable cause: I Ofl '
Dec.:!!. 1855.: 51 I HARTFORD FlUE I.VOAXCE fOJPANY.LYA' .1 ,remises. upported by oath or allinnation." Now, I superior authority. That in Florida, outrageous as that of:anger;other passions
-- -- -- A of these mimic orJrrs ha\iig been is not conferred the Chiet'Jumtice, this
copy overlis mislead but
-- --- - will Baltzell inform the people of Flor. i upon solcit! and 113, runs away
) 1XSURAXCE COMPAXY ,laced in the lands of theiht'J'if! he was i Judge brethren. lIe admits that has
Henry L. Rutgers, //( ida whose oath or affirmation, he sough one Judge US by force, and hurries us ael toour
,
'XX.ggrrgatc .osled ofl 11 Jacksonville! !!! (at the expen oliio upon much but his
OF HAKTFOKI (( to seize Judge )Pearson ? He says, (what) I :is power as :another arguments own as to another's ruin : it many

.COMMISSION MERCHANT Capital, 100.000,000 00. State: of course: ,) where h"* found Judge laying the Court,) Associ:ito Justice Pear to prove' that he has more; and, although times upon the wrong person, cud discharges
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. I'trson. to whom he showed( them ; upon I he has for tho ballot box in instead of the -
M. P. KLL1S.: AgeuCTalbkiHe : failed and refused to attend tin great respect upon' the innocent guilty
..-.- Dec. IS 8. 4 I hieh, Judge! Pearson, feeling for the inSriny son having has of with it isef
Tobacco 4, : :'j II I \\ I ession of the Court ordered to be held at the< politics, lie no sort patience the most trivial offences to bo clJ
Cotton
T IQERAL adance.snadenn or it which had led a brother ol the bench into when he is ont-voted the Bench. because
I. 011 : inconsiderate word
--- and
JLj eonH ned to hi* Crk-nJi in New Yok.SIG1T -- lUEIHC..t.LNOTICE. I apitol, in the city of Tallahassee! on the firs ial, punishes an perhaps -
;: him ardent ,
ach an error, merely wrote a note, vithovt in his jIJJ em CHECKS ON XE\V YORK FOR !SALE, j it the hands of the Sheriff of which )londay of January past, any good .
much
-0- by has
reason assigned therefor, it is ordered that hehe pIc that one judge as power as anther ncitJer time nor means for defence, but

March 12./*1 ainonnt!iZl9. to mil 11 i/nrchasiri. Dr. T. Hayward Willis. I tho following! is a copy : taken into custody," ic. Who swore thai )> (and more too,) that each has a right: judges a cau e without hearing it,and admits

-- -' ---- located in J..fT..r"1f'OUllty., one half JACKSOXULLE, Jan. 21st, 1S59. the reasons assigned by Judge Pearson wen )XT particular occasions: to imj ris m the other: of I no mediation ; it spares neither friend nor

E. Cabell, SAYING the rear of Mrs. Bradei.'x. :St Au u:.- Ion. THOMAS IS ILTZEI.L, Chief Justice not true ? and who made Judge lialtzcll z if be can catch him, airS) that the Court when foE but tears all to pieces, and casts human

11orn.oy; ; 'a1: Xcw, tine[ road, offers his Professional services to the surunding of the Supreme Court of tho judge of their truth or validity t and if untrue iu session has no right unless he concurs, to stoic into :perpetual state of war.

I'LA. > Country. State ol Iloiida, Tallahassee : or insufficient, what law of :Florida made it a I ensure any scribbling unou its records inacatvon. Hare not to do with any in his passion, for

TALLAHASSr.C, January 8. -1S50.- -- -2 -.- -- -- ---- Suit : I have just been shown by the isherf riminal offence ? Or, if Judge Batzell! had \ men are not like iron, to b wrouglc upon
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January 8, Ib59. 2 The truth is, and man of tense in"lorida
Leon to bon to hear and decide those every "h'n they are hot.
of
a purporting prerogative
& McClellan county paper allY
Yonge I and feels it that the Bench is i iI
I I.A.11orn.oys knows
[ not with a man whom knew to'
them in the
WILLIAM S. D1LWORTII, order of the Supreme Court, dated the i! uestions, why hear and decide Argue you
Counsellor Law i ; ; ..n.1; X.stw, Sth of the present month, to the effect that I :bsence of the accused t These are simplo iisgraced ; and that, as impeachment is the be> of an obstinate temper; for when he i.once .

Attorney and( at raAcrtcr Ilf ALL THE COt'KTS OK" WEST FLORIDA. .. Justice Pearson be taken into the custodyf ,uestions, and easily answered ; bat we fear,, I only way to reach and punish a flagrant contradicted, his mind is barred up against

MONTICELLO FLORIDA."XAflLL I OFFICET)' PENSACOLA AND !\\hnJA x.-. the Sheriff of this Court, to abide the not much to the credit of Judge Baltzeli.irst .- reach judicial duty the experiment should, all light and information : arguments,
the Courts of the Middle Cir credit of the State be made
practice in and for the upon well grounded, do bat
hold court ougb never so pro-
irther order of this Court. he had no to a ,
rca..J. F. McCIJfLLAX, MarIanaJanuary power
..
IT cuit,and Tuou( and Lowndes Couuty,Ga I c. C. TOXGE Baltzeli.
udge make him afraid to bo
without substitute it untrue that court was being holden. I voke.Mm> and even .
n
\larch.1836.: 12-ly 8, 18:>9. 2 As, my presence or a ; was JUSTICE.
___ -- -- no Court could! have been holden, and mor<,. Secondly, he had no authority to decide thai mvinced of the truth.

:BOOKBINDING.rp Ellis, Orlopp Co., over, as'there has really been no session ofthe the reasons assigned i }by Judge Pearson were He is a madman, that, to avoid a present

UNDERSIGNED IS NOW WHOLESALE DEALER IX :Supreme:: Court at Tallahassee! this month i ins sufficient( Thirdly, it was no criminal offence Who Planned: and Won the Battle of and! less etil, ran.blindfold into a greater;

J. PREPARED WITH I am informed by the! Sheriff and others, I if they were. Fourthly, if it had been Ulagcnta. Ald, for the gratifyingofa froward humour, _

TOOLS AND MATERIALS HARDWARE, FIXE CUTLERY, as well as by yourself, it wou'd! seem imposMe : the i vpremf Court itself in session, it would The Persia's news has been spread broad. make himself a ilavo all the rest of his life.
/2&/a GUNS, PISTOLS, $c., $c., I it isonly the land and there no longer exists Let all avoid sas1t.!
that: such an order cot.W have betn leiti.nr.ttly ha\'e had no power to deal: with it, as east over ; men lpaking.TeyLbat
POll BOOKrV BINDING ::\0.17:! Pearl-Street, New York. made. I can therefore regard: italy an Appellate Court and certainly) Judge a I doubt as to the character of the Battle ofIagcmmta. speak without care,

in all its brandtc, and solicits the patronage of the ROBERT ELLIS. as nu error which by torn* onaccountjlc altzell had none. Judge Pearson was the All parties are compelled to corfcde own words afterwards with sorrow : thoseat '
citizens Tallahassee and serroundiug country. Hisbhop MAX A. ORLOPP. Jes earth of his infirmity.'ho now, that it was not only a great and safety are (to restrain.
,
U iu the Unck office formerly occupied by Dr. THOMAS P. ELLIS. mistake, has crept ttpnmi its records, and I J est judge on physical bl.ttC. expect peace
Call. ite the Episcopal Church. He is a practical January :2!!, 1859. 4 ,,bich when tho Court
Binder oppo mid flu un. that be can do work as -- ------ it will cause to be expunged.I would enable him to perform his duties And te won by the Emperor Napoleon? 111 who is go a .,much better manger,

well and as cheap! at it can b* done e l,*where.CHARLES MEDICAL NOTICE. am yourery obedient) -rrant. even Judge Baltzeli doubted it, who <;0'i- only planne the, battle and the morejents to Lave tongue kept clean and m6otb..
F1NDE1SEN.: such I preceded Uy bat who comman- Anger glance into the breast of a ,
-0--- HIND :3\!. PEARSOX. ferred upon him judicial preeminence may
July 17, 1S58. 29-ly I J3T Sent copy. him sit in in ; and ha thus himself man but it reits only in the bosom or
authorize to judgment
Gardner therefore of Raltwll 5 to upon ted person prove wis
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process and to decide it exparte, and I able the field as bo is cabinet .
tbe
question, i
A. J. PEELER'S ho had resolved himself into a Supreme I a folhat
Io<'ated\t ""LLOYD offers hi* PRO' at the of Jihlge Pearson's Even Tribune, in comrr.'nting upon the men want of reascn for their opin-
at too, I
LAW A. COLLECTION OFFICE" .TAVINO SERVICES to the Citizens pf thepUce Conrt, (..i1 ftill-b.wi ; and upon the foregoingreturim" persot1:111i&erty f expense Many citizens of I'Joridawere )attle yesterJAY, lays: "ll'ia a lauding rub< ions., they Qsnilly supply and make- rage.

TALLAIIASSE, TLOKIPA. and tbe surrounding country.Oct 41Nathaniel Ie being made, and no prisoner, tho' I' ashamed of this transaction: and vainly strategy to avoid a fSDI march within By taking-revenge, a man u but ettn with

"%TILL Prcciice in the Circuit Courts of Gadsden. 9. 1858 -- --_ Court loses its mighty' proportions, and wefiad I IJudge it would die natural and speedy death, each relying ; but in pasiaug it over,he U
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dimensions cf ltoped> ofmtncmy. Naple. bi IUp
T" T Leon a1.ul1:1.JdlerloQ and .1sdisn. aud it again shrunk into tile dell this
I Ihe buried in oblivion but Judge Baltzell, on masses, T. T
Hamlen and be -
to the collection of notes aud accounts which
attend Daltzill and time
promptly ; only powet : the State to give He Novara and Ti To to bear u *n argamnt -
in any of said Counties.J3f has of with the at all, as i though! he really expected roII. marche to\t'M. b aLJ provocation *
Office in the Capitol,opposite the door ef the COMMISSION: MERCHANT, dealing tho question These I him countenance, and share with him in the cnl".wibout heing apparently, the Anstrins great wisdom i and to forgive i of

Attorney's General oflkts. No. 3S Poyilras St., New Orleans.ExGor. 'ems to be thrrugh newspapers. I disgrace, seems determined to keep it before on fank. a eatsednd -
Feb. 27.1853. S-Jf -0- orders are not obeyed ; and yet nobody seems I the 'l' i ii very true : bat at the tarra tim One unquiet perverse disposition &em
people. al
-- to l he in and nobody is! and nobody !
whole
---- -- contempt the flank of of family.socitty .
-- !t-Hberately) resolved protect the and unity a
R EFERS TO- follows from all this! ; When'tho Supreme Court met in April last, to peace
INSURANCE ran be punished.Vbat hisluards pr. .mapo.1
FIRE I I with instrument
.James E. Brooke. ) TalblLaesteGen. Fa.: of the Court (Justices Pearson and Dupont coiirrrng. > : his amiy by his personal presence a* one jarring ,.
I Shine, f o imply, that it"IIS a private proceeding I ; and it i is matter that in uhcle! concert.DiogeneB .
STATE FIRE IAD tunE IXSCRANCE: CO., R. A. tbe intimation contained a hisr a .
to o
: Haltzell which he had right} to at ,)purs-ant
no. be
A. R. JuJge brunt tJipaM
Noyet F..q.' I NewportF1a. so doiug, he for a long tim 1 beiuugased-hIotvona
I letter of the 2Ut January,
PENNSYLVANIA. I in Pearson's
enforce. As judge Judge
u. and to a
M. Esq J no
Spencer tempt,
power MeMahoanrm.nse a
until'Neil his cutitjt
I (ihe action and of
: and with o renged a\rti "i.JtOOtU
INSURE against: low br Fire on the usual terms i John J. Suelling Quiney. FIa. ': Irr knew he l: : bad: no power to coerce or conSol took notice cf this pseudo Border, the fearful .
F. U. FLAGQ, Agent. Jefferson county, Fla. ordered it to be j to his aid, and relieved him froc, and honest nu :
Gen. Wm. Bailey, 1 those wh.o- his equals he, therefore, 'coming c: noitt', expunged: .
were ;
Tallalmssee DcccmWr 18. 1838. 1. J. G Putnam, Esa.. Madison }la.A : 'i character. ot} coort. Nobody (rom the rocordsT: Tbe fact is, it was a false odds against which ho was conteding.'ih. .

-6- M757 nguttus Steele E:sq..Cvdar Keys, Flai.ia.Jd. ., sanu-s who!! knows the I'.iltzol!a is l'vel surprised (, try. The Court was,not in session on the18th mmtptheraid; than his lWr and "' The immigration Intojfow*o u". v '
:
Troup Maxwell Daniel Bell, Esq.. Hamilton county Judge I' accident this. He well a'constant* .
t'ie was no There f aaU JA b! ,
1M Raltzill required Thcrt al ILit ; !
1 of but what! < a'linl" January, Judge s eassun. .
miDglon 1 q. < 1TmGco. 'al hi* assumption pmverj( .
OFFICE & RESIDENCE CITY hOTEL : I the and he naturally new the full extent of th? dangers he etccqn. II d If I ?
EJ.Selxul'. Elqo r. suTpriso"every body was, that wbilehc t Cle.-k to make entry, mined flr"iUP pourig i
. Tallalaswr' Fla. I Io Jack. J. ilarah. tsq, Duncan 47 r Hie, CeoNay. : sujued the functions of three, (invlotiing enough obe.p..d liiai-but th? entry stated telcJ i il this fl-i'ik: movement ; but dl'tC.

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Escaped 1 The East Floridian npoa Austria l-y the two iftm>Urs-u-ho have uaJcr-I i

: l t& |o vnalT Horace II. Ilaydcn says tile ApJJ1acMco1a'.A We have read through the article in the EonS I I taken i divide th# responsibility of"..r foreign re EEU.CVCE: June CD, 1M9. ;

liter of June SO, under indictment fur murder on floridian ube 2d June reviewing and replyingto btiout i I Ma. FDITOR : Th I.utico( the Mi. Vemon bear "s.'I'I LATER FROM EUROPE.
sociation have instructed mete tender 3'Oft :
h-" -L-; ;;;; ;- ; the high teas, made his escape on Sunday evening a portion of the late nddres of GOT. Perry to The| declarations from the lending newspaper j legard for the zeal I and ability with which you

I A L.c K last from ou board the bark E. A. Kaiclitu, where the Board Trustees of the Internal Improvement in Grc t Britain give assurance of one thing at I tinue: to advocate their causeBe afur\1 l my detr ARRIVAL 3312 OF TOE

, he had been temporarily confined by the United Fund and refer to it now u.(\"e with the view of least, /rd that is that I lie feeling of the English | sir that it affords the Vice Hegei-i n.uch j.cifure

i -_ :: !. ,_.JCI.T 9, 1859.rjC Slates Marshal, waiting the arrival cf the Mail preventing' a misinterpretation;i of our silence that I pcoplVU devideVlly oyaiutt Anstria and tr.tl France j thus riublicilly and the loacknowlcde Association the availing aid of themselves your valuable of.
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.. I Mr.3. J. TArSCIIAACK nas-been-ppoiEtcd; -agent steamer from the East, on which lie was to )have I with the desire of engaging iu a controversy with I land Sardinia.. These -feeling are represented by ; your paper kind,offer to publish! any coininunieatii'ii con-

to recrlre Subcr'|>*ion*. Adrer ieraeuts, AfM f the Florlrfi lecnstLtto Penwwl f.r trial. No Maine can I our Fernandir.a c-olemitorjiry. The mitt and subI I j the xiv Ministry, at the Lead of which is :alm{ nt''te.l with their enterprise. arc u.nt-t haj-p* to improve New YOEK. July 2.-TLe steamship Bavaria Lt9

14" .%T:.;*r..'&an.1 to c re rcorlpt In ll>e c&tue of the I Ii'rt reasonably be iiltatl.cd in our opinion, either to the i fiance of the Kant Horidian* reply is that the j jGtnUmciit : ston, ,..u will ,luubtlc.i endeairr to restmin Prus- ( the opportunity of returninp through ihoruydiol i arrived with London papers of the 18th June.

I rtl't-oIf _r..r_ ttl' tame._ : Marthal or men h."ing: the iiunivdlate charge of theprisoners. i from which the Governor quoted AS to 1 Job, &p.1 tints leave Austria to 'oj;'e vt.t' U-r me- i, tliv the difTcreut Sentinel I.odprsof, their sincere the M.V-nic sail l heartfelt Ord, r m fc.nl'ks Floiid.t, |. The lateSt intelligence from Turin was to Friday

--- -- -- u -- --- -- --- I Our i is of limited the stock account (.f the Florida Railroad, and from tides '. The effect of this jiwlicy will
Cckhl' lt1oll of the 4iii. county jail capacity Hnglc-handc' 1 for tiiiir; "en(,!* and h'brral contribution 10 the ttt j the 17th. It was officially communicated on the

TheJill ((July IS19, and the 83rJ anuiv. isarv of I and alr u.ly (r.\\. .1 to an cxtf-Lt deemed prejudicial I v.-hieh he inferred that in the distribution of divitlruds :! be toWaliw the 1nr, anti wake Italy the tattle I VetO hund. j i day previous that the head quarters of the Emperor

to the health i>f ili ir.n.ntcs in this I.ot reason : a stockholder: w lio had paid tot 34 \ per cert. field cf the' contend'; ? j''wr", 111I1.'"' indeed, inI From thi* source alone IIi.'i Rrprr.t acknowledges I Napoleon wa at Cora on the road from Eer niuo
Arneiivan Iii.Ji-jJvuJciicv, na* quie a gila tl.iy in Taltihiseee. end from tile
of the 'clr.anel it wa therefore from humane ai.d : en his share of slock would occupy t.tt .me posiI I order to force Austria to trim*,it shall W .''*=aryj the receipt lOr S204, altogether Tho of was at Ca.tagnol
I Tltc morning, ukhnd ill by. the filing "Icyal anij patriotic citizens of the Mute, the *um efThi to Cremona. King Naples -
motives the of the that I lion the Trust Fund which dollar for dollar:) Vienna (liazardoas
prudentiul on part (.fN. as pay J to p-.a-vh direct upon -a tcp ,
of canon, aJld .t right! Yourg Aiietk-a had quite a :.foS \
jubilee! of fin w".L.. I llayJcn and Thonia still; waiting trial was confined on (te stock indue (I.e distinct avowal that all dividen.Js i vVic'i rra.oulI1 avoid if possible.j ipotltancous ofT- ring of love and pratilndo to I Several of the Papal States! had prwjov.c*.! in

vn board the La ik. They were Laud cuffed w ere to l.e paid 'fl'ilaMy-tl.t is in proportion -- ----- j I the memory of him who w first in tile In III t. of his thiutisan-l Tuscan
.At/an early h night
every on Sunday, Haydeii requestedLi to payment by J Jon
division.BLH.XE .
Jtitlze l-'oruartl. had Prince :ia1.deoiis!
I the I'ni. troops joined
ir; bu.L cie' anxious to luar the }ouug orator ot'ti.c l ye.nnzst Stales in n.jetihefo.-vmosl |
ofthe day. TLe cxercicc were with removed that Le might go forward and over the his Slock. The language of the Eat Florid I The Fttaiify Fr'u d, a bewtpaper pubWsed: at in ti! 8"i: .hlo enterprise having .alri-tely pii'l more Frid y, June 17.-A telegraph from Cities,

I opened prayer i Low, which was complied with, as had always ian is- I 1 Moutire'lc, gives currency to a charge .t aint Judge than her q-iota of the purchase money e>f i itself one | announce that numerous Austrian corps had arrived -

l>y the Utv. Dr. DuHose, tile Declaration read by been the cuelota ; remaining somewhat longer than We repul.lUh in another column the rlnJe dr- I J I.I For'ar.l.11 calculated t.. affect Li* landing ia I tithe brightest commentaries upon tle intelligence' I in Valtelline, and were inarching toward

I I K liraim Brevard-followed by the delivery of un c-x- I.I I. usual the guard went forward and found tLct he vmrnt from the Journal of- the Gel ral .\**mlfy I'.I any Southern Ollllllllllil-rt.e'e le it tn t IHJITH. \I celk-ut address J.irne and litre extract: two : : .'. 1st. tIe ttatctrs1itta3s I
c ) l-y H. Wcthoit. Jr. AVe : ;
could I Ira J made tot Ills escape from the vessel, how aid : H the EoaJ doe* not cnnfl per cctiL: then I: It i is contained: in the following extract tAen from I'I To Gtn. C.ll who has done so much f..r their The Paris Course on Fiiday va Cat,and h. dte
nut well FM.ik to) highly of t1i.ifl'rt. It
I; : | was I l.y what nicnr.i they are entirely unable to conjecture. the earnings ore divided lct" e-n the bonded : that is-.pt r of Jcne !tthi : o."se. tt&A oriation feel under renewed obligatn'iis dined to 4.

J ; rxceedinjly cZcrrr fur one nf Ii. )ear-giving decided I: If t.o ititance has been rendered him iioiu debt and THE STOCK PAID l:." W ca'l nt'ention I I i T. Judge Forward we have t wo very serious ol. I for hs; ilqin' nt and iniiructive a-lu'rcsri on tbeAnniverwry I j

J r evidence of thought, rcc"*rcli and reflection I town he was in all probability drowned in attempting to the language of (the Mntemenr. It does not say ': jet tion., t. hi* occupying: a position spot the Supreme i I oec.i-ion of St. John the Bap'i ; and ARRIVAL OF THEVANHEBBILT.

I ) wel! conceived, bjpp.ly? constructed and gractfuMy to cwim a iorc. Lt'tWC'f'lIlhe bonded dtl.t and! the nr.mber .(shorts Bencli. !I tu Major \'Ilrdho, kiiidly ccu.riired d. liver hi* I

\1 :ivt-r'c1. -- 1Q subscribed but the slurS piiJ in," from which it We are creditably informed/that when I.e"Ai ', .iuiiiul poem on Alt. V.tn"'l. they return their .
). results that on account must be kept (f how ruuch i j i The At ci.iti. Mr.
j one" presiding the I 'I'ch..s Circuit Jud:e grateful aeUnowlcdgcments. <> u
; Since writing the aUive we J Itarn that tl.e I're.iueut i upon|
Mr. YV'cseoll is a yean man of far 1n1t1't'I than or is iid on each share and the dividend* are made I 1 I Ii IiI Editor: would bo much phased if cuiisistei tith
|. in cf murder lft ,
and fc.me of the Directors (lithe( Flurida! Und 1.1dlllieoulily. a case c.ttue re NEW YOCK, July 3.-The steamship Yanderbilt.dipt. .
diu3fllromUot', elf-taught.. and self-relying: close I I l.ave been fiirveyii.j: our coast from Alligator liartor I with reference to the acirrttSite of payment. So him tor tiial. It appears that a vrliito nun IItI I :jour c.mvetl;\'IIl'O to see then- highly m.iitoiions

: student, coupled with a (dutiable ainttition au j fine I Topsail Ululf, and have fired White tilts if this were the whoieofthestatementit would I triupii'd. to chastise o nejrro. find that the Litter l>rcductions published in the Scutiavl, or e'>nie other Lefevre, from Havre via Southampton, with
upon that the > ,f* on the Stock were made I I ho rend of all The aiidrtsson date from liverpool to June 22. has arrived.LivntrocL .
kill f.-riu
: opacity for labor-he nm>t sneered-three ara the Bleffor Crooked Ilivtras th- tellliLnatthte road. I IWe appear jx .vwr '-d the former. It i it "aid tint Judcr Forward, so they may men.
.: will tell thc_gentlemen now. at tliecomaier.ee-I the Lade of the dh iJcn.14. in his ("arg to the Jury 11112.1114 other thut:0e.cliarnl I dcC"t.t! of its historic information, its etcgint! diction COTTOX MARKET, June 2i-Th .1 l-mcnts (if *uecc'". His rcrora loIn lrrsseJ t.,the I But this h nut alL The statement *, if the
the
elocution and liter-
ineiit .'f this (HIdes iiikiiit. that, t they cannot succeed !I say them that if (rtHU the evidtiiclff.re I und araceful ; poem at a of Cotton for the three days cain up 17O) tale*, of
laJk-s waa very h.tppy-could: not wtll have: been in ii making a permanent'nud safe in\..hl..1.1 of R.ad e.ims right per ccr.t. MI the cost, thins will I! thiiii. (thev f.cnd that the iiffii' teat rittiupf-trfe I airy grits of cxquisito beauty antI rue merit they

.b.tter ta-te cr more appropriate.Tbe ital ftr vLarvet, !IO'u'r; house.-, > r de cmlert cap I i lot nearly { &',"lIst. I.e divided annually] among j I lyft-rt?, K LCN lie rom:.itti J tht /.. ('., //:,: f-t Well ftI I assured would be read with ree.ilitr pridu and which cpeculutoraand exporter took 160U l-ales.

ciiiicuf of MiccosuVic and tbrrealio-jts antic. njion an open r..a.'.t'u,1 like that off .Crooked] || the t-ubmiber( which! divided; by $1 ti."tltl.l; i i I nut riilty (l1111l1.Jt.I' h this so? I, | (Itasure by the eons and daughter nf Hiri.la.. I The market closed quiet and quotation were barely'
I nii:<>uirt of ca-fli Mib ciij tior.s reqairci1)') CJVES 43 1M assistance of the Sentinel will
I'iver apollh. had better consult j 1 iratcful for a* maintained. Chtre it Sons' Circular quotes Middling -
,
*!Je memorable ) yet safety. ecu- | sn wcr ;t it 1. I
ipatinj celebrate.1 FaturJay aud in the of i CKM4 ANXVAI. IMOXK K'S EVEBY OutLast PAID IX OX IS te! iit.h'e: tribute of a generous p<'o|>le in aid of nireritoriouj I Orleans
rity certainty, transportation freight I 611 ; Middling Uplands 6Jd. closing
: These extracts the In the first place no murder trn ccmmitte-J-unle '
the -lih.ty giving public! tiarb.cuedinna at .StationJ and passengers l II y Mi-iking our river at Fort Gads- I Tin TQIK two are j enterprise, I have tho pleasure) dear ;I with
only 1.lnce'Ilue (the statement speaks of dividend! I it was the slave Hi crime was not I with! kindest regard a declining tendency.
y (I.l yd") on the line of the Hailro-td. lea or nIOQt} Binff thus combining the interest hanging sir: to rcmxn yours i
at All-in both instances it distinctly refer (I. lie : CATHAKINi Vi'. MURAT, Tee accounts from Manchester are favorable.
houicidecf and
and icfiacKce of Middle! andVt lloiid.i I description. It was .NoIJ.lc :
Our fiicnd Icham M Blake the ('II our any
was orator
L young I caaOllIlttaid, in. In the latter instance in language V. It. L. ML V. .\. The harvest profpecU are good, and the weather
L of the day ar.d we are hippy tb harn acquisted: Limeilfwith Congressional dilcgation 'a lit rely appropriation t a* explicit as can be used, the statement wy', the Lattery or assaultulli; intent to kitl. Tonv n laxvhifping -. -v-- -

d'*Ungni.hcd crciit.!; \\\vrrc net required to remove the only obstruction that now I dividend will be to iany etnttfof trery&Mar paid he ran, wa* pvrratsl.overtaken and seized The PrcMtlential Election fine for the crops.
prc- prevent us from being one of the safest and bestharbors
i*. in the act of crossing a fence; when Striking irk, I II An ,' .a correspondent" of tli c Charleston London Jloney Jfarlct.-The Money Market U
sent. but Arc inf. rnn-d by roinjMtrnt judge that it ( n the coast nontd It obtained-the road
H-m ono of (Lc very best ontu>ns of the kind, they itself Lcct'ii.ing a great thoroughfare for freight tOll I -e say that this 5 18 the stun end r.V.-tanee" cf I with a blInd holding, a knife, he icfli-ted a severe i Ctutritr, uriliug from YVI'kl'rell.nh' the following heavy. Consols are quoted at S2J @ 921.

iCicabcrfd to have heard for a Jjy.-Sitit. travel, which it nertr cnn be if located twenty ur the reply of the East Flvri-Kan. FlrtuIite'uu1.1' though not fatal wound. t hews upon the probable condition of thing GENERAL NEWS.

--many- -- thirty luilct to the Eastward of u* on an open const I. it Lave been fur the credit of that paper had it Tie prcei.-c word of the Judge's charge it i. not I in the Presidential election of 1SCO. TI.eyare not Mantua has Wen besieged l>y the Allie The

Broke her Shaft.Tlie and citizens.in direct opposition to the interest of our I! stripped with a brief defence like this, instead cfI I to be expected, after the lapse of over two year, ithout interest : Austrian headquarters have been removed to Villas

Steam Jiip Atlantic, running rtween New i iOrlcantnnd I I toward the Governor : that I ih remember. I Franca.
The above is from the Apalachieol.i Commercial employing language uisfig- I ( They T*ere substantially, In my opinion there will be/wr candidates before

K.. West, broke her shaft on the Sfllh AtLfrl'uct of June 30. :1 iired by intemperate eoarreneas and vituperative t!; to tie best of my recollection, that wlun negroi I Ii the American public in 16'3'J forthe Presidency. The Austrians issue at Mantua a forced paper

June, and vc! cotnpcllrd! to put Lack to New Or. assailed to the amount of 3,< ). Victor
Ocrcotemporary inadvertently cocfoucu the I abuse and se
leans. She was due at St. Marks on Saturday last rlorjJ"'ilh the Pcnsacoht and those papers which," to ad->pt the "or.1sf the is no other means <
The contractor on the line at or.ee placed the Georgia n&i1rL'l'.1 Jacksonville StauJard while they in some dctaih, 'I. one fO tiiuch force, and only 6Q ml: b, as is iue.-sary |: they will nominate W. 11. Reward. His defeat i i05 consent to the annexation of any part of the Roman
The first is what i is known
generally as j t' i'/O,4, heeiin that party commit suicide when !
Steamship Suwannce in room 'ftl.etlAnli which j Road" and U being constructed from '( : I differ with that dignitary: yet have the genrroityI to ward off J"ath. A.,, for example : .\ w!iite man I[ Ley ca,t oil AnlericititaVliI'. IVn'"rvatlve Uepu States to Sardinia.

vessel reached St. Mark Mrly on llurs.iay morning j to Cedar Key-the latter U the road r.ow leirg I 1 I h believe: that a gentleman i.uy err in opinion, and presents a cocked pistol to the hiad of a slave, and )>!!iean* and other elements of opposition.Tha The Anstriaos have abandoned Leno, Cactiprlioue
I IUnilt
of the present \ was our townsman. Mr.! M. Lively, of the firm of the next June than oil aud water. :o confident U Mr. in force and had fortified.
i l of
end which have been sutiicitlU-ly: observant of the j pistol arm the siiiltnt and thus -vives .-' grout strongly
. j to Quincy with tbe right to build from Tallali.ifsee :, I | loiirl! of that fact lie lint written letter regarding -
Ames & Lively! who returns from a somewhat the language lIfe. The slave in such if Louis Napoleon left Brescia on the 20th, to ad
to
own
to White fluff, as veil as from Quiccy to pioprietiesoflife as say so, employing ca*<\ puuiji.lble et I it. till tlt"slaat under certain circuniftaces (
; lengthy visit to the great Southwest IVnsacoia.Tlie i used among {rcnth'tnen when speaking of I ail, could not rightly Le puiii-hcd with death.Whether .- I I lie will scat tiecelt a nomination from the Charleston j vance upon the Austrian The Allies had occupied

I :, of 'O IP tvJ tho" differences and of him, who entertain them." I this U good law, I will cot undertake to i 1'onvriilion. lie cries "0111' graprs"-in advance. I Brescia. -
The Attempt our Judge to .irrct An- Adrcrlisrr has been wrongly informed with -
otZter.Mtsens. That Governor l\rry thought it to be the intention say, or whether it would be better that the .Jan',1 Politicians understand note from the Donglaa I ILogIc. Many other Italian cities hare pronounced in favor
the result of
to the aiiil
respect survey spoken of. The It warns Mil follower far wide, to ori i
EDIIOCS: The Quincy fitpttllic in a late gentlemen mentioned were a committee appointed of the Florida Railroad Company to make a life e-hould Lie at the tu rey of any wl o may \ gunize on their own "I\I.,"-to send .delegate to I of the national cause.

number (not now before me,)asks for argument and the disciiuinatioH between State Mock and individual to take it, not leaving to him the right of self-de I Ch..rl..III.11t'D, if they find Mr. Douglas cannot Gen. Garibaldi marched on the 20th toward* De-
by Stockholders of the Pcnsaeola I
reasons front those who oljoct to Judge Baltzell' : Georgia etock i if uuqnesliotm'ije, for he so say ; and why fence even in its rno. limited form. I be nominated they are then t.be prepared for a I sengans. but was repulsed by the Austrian lie
Kailrcad their
last I
at met'ting.'hlt will be the
: course In attempting the arrest of a brother number dishonest motives to him in the TIle Family Friend i b further mistaken in bolt"-a separate Convention and an Independent has now pushed his outposts to Balladone in the
i character of the report they w ill make at the Stock impute expressionof saying Democratic nomination Mr. Douglas lacks moral j jcourage
: of the Co rt. Will not Ihe I direction of Dor .io which is the Austrian
Supreme yoa oblige I that occupied by"
Forward the
"Judge
wl.cn different
holders'meeting on the ISth inst., we know not, such an opinion a eolation perceiving indignation f.nunos of purpose, and i i5 not a ,ural I.'nI I Iler.
editor of that paper II y pnMisluag for his benefit I but we are confident that neither Alligator I would be more in accordance 'n ilh that just rule by the charge had created among the people before I II Itliejury CouM politicians rely upon him to do as he I *.

the following unanswerable piece of logic which Topsail Bluff nor White Bluff have been which all men havo right tobejtilgeth If Gov. I reached I jury-room licValleil'tlu |I'liek. I talks ami writes, lIe would be a leader of fearful Victor Emanuel has refused the dictatorship offered

lately appeared in that excellent Democratic paper Ilotrllor'l has been i i and retracted I recollect retraction of jiowtrr in these days of political desetitracy. He I by Bolwgna.
upon. as the terminus In fact the et mlll l Ferry tniaaken, it not tuiMcicnt satisfaction nil anything may back out "'f his present determination to ron!in

tIle Jacksonville: Standard Perhaps the Quiucypaper I no power to make a selection of the : point to the E ./iori'lian to Le able to point I that he sailors this point| ; though niy iiuprcf.icn I any event which it i is now hit present purpose to The Austrian official account of their loss at the

will re-publish it. PI1ILO JDiTK'UIn The .2 ,'rrtil in another part of its article, re j out and show his error without indulging in neri is that hi lid! some time after the jury had do. I Battle of Magenta gives 63 officer and 1SOO soldiers

compliance with the rcquett vf our esteemed I few to some remarks of our favorable to a more i Dioniona retort and cltIlr..ofillellti"II\I"supprcs- retired, have them brought into the court rooai that -that The regular 14, the Southern Democratic! portion Convention of :the at Ilekglites-if Charleston I killed ; 218 officers and 4130 soldiers wounded -

correspondent, we puUish the communication to intimate connection between Apalachicola and Mid- 1 Hoii" cf the truth, and nil that ?charges which I lie might correct an error into which Le had inadvertently they nOllJiullte thc right m.ln. ,c .y chance I' and 4000 mUsing.

which he refer on the first page of to-day de! Florida. We adhere to wjiat wv then ..- i we bog to assure our cotesiporary weaken immeasurably fallen a* to the punishment! in cue of of "1,.*-. lite friend of Gov. Wise i have put him i The Pacha of Egypt has suspended work on the
tines Canal the builders
-jEg(. It will Le found to Le all that i* 1'7"-1 I Such a connection is most desirable: ; but Low i* it !:; the force of his reply. But the Jacksonville conviction. TIe error corrected was not one which I I ahead too early; toil ton prorniiu-iitlv: He will be France bus taken, the matter protesting up. against it.-

for it-''an unanswerable piece cf Je.gk"-Eas. tit nJ'Jr.llu1 tIe EatJ struck the attention of the people or awakened any amaik fir the'poi neil shafts of all the friend of I _
j to
j to be brought about ? It i i. not in the power: of the < MI thoroughly responded other cat.
1' l J. I Ica r nltolGClrgis Railroad (,r'I*liYo: carry 'I 'orlJldlillmt we su.-j(>cnd furtiaerrernarkeamneztly indignation whatever. jiulg.-'amind wascalled !. 'It-Tore Joiir, ISO:>. lie and lila"frieiidi have been lion. AV. A. Forward

!( -_ I I their cnTerpi tjthcr to Fort GaJeden or Bloody : Iwpiiig that the whole qac.-tson will henceforth* to it b'y a member of the bar, when he aw his mistake I layii: a g.irue ill tills :tute which is a>>surl and I Ilidieulouj. By reference to our columns it will lie soon that
.
Dralli br. Drovnlnjr.Tw j' this gentleman is also in the list a* a candflite for
and corrected it. It i ii to tret a feeling for Mr. Diekin-) j
0 tra&ll(; 0 l>oy* wte uro il on Sunday I Blu Their barter provides for a road to Pcr.sa- dropped by the 1':('. We cannot see how its furtlir I up Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida.
I P-tm n nominally, and to elect delegate by Districts
;
** 4a tIi.'.-$ion i* to snl.* rv* good Let u* conic fo the sqnl : The jury returned a i He has been long and known in East
one favorably
I last xt a place kco"n & the cascsJ?, K<*r iwwiu 1 1I i not tu J..ra1t.u .1.C..S' ioOea..tlist auy purpose but the Krt'lers in thii! move hope to earrj-these
Tlitir r.aracs were Charley: end Lc\J', aged rvsfwtirely *- I I ( company makes. towards extending their road way or the ether 'ihe Company L*. rvlieved !v affmiftjf; with! the l
I eight and nic i y_r.--tl.* first Uelongii.g toIr. West must I* In furtherance of the dvsiga of the !, pdf CJ( t1.e u.-picion of tttcndinj to Jlscriniinotej Ij..t wa approved by the judge ; the prioatr I WlM-i hi. !., somewhat notoriousFernamlo! .- of its citizen the important position of Judge of the
,and in few weeks llu-reafter 1 If Mr. Wi lie suceec.K is Court for the Ei<- tern Circuit of Florida Should
j l between State cn-1 in'liri'ullitul' and the Govf a Iall (.- at Charleston, it certain ,
BarnarJ anJ tIle Lot t. Mr lwrIJllrJ. They I LejUhttcre as expressed in their charter. It was tad tliut hi* fri'D'Sltfe! to nominate Wood fur the moral worth sterling independence of any man or
I have
it
had pone to the :;..
waif virLoct kro*ing ikit it had pr atly increawdio 'O n..ctec1"itl1 ocr sysitm t.yt road froui |J of an unpleasant duty in regard: to the whole con punishment. i I to the fcrui.i.i'I. Mr. Wise ha* no onortWftstrengthJ ( public and private character, coml.ined with a high

!fr>IUd were drowl1\ The ir I oedi -* were I I Friend Las been led, I d. not complain that Judge j jFOKWACP IelfvitfwH! > (Le nrranft..a1, dOiiLtI"E?,Lut tile vtalIkrisneraev to Slice*, can hardly be written on his
--
.ero" rtd. but ell e.Toitito restore life Vi'estcf the OckWkvcec river-a distance, in an will "Dvl fut Charles- banner i in October next.-Apalathieola Adrcrtistr,
The London Times Deserts Austria. meritoiiou as I esteem him, ha* been thirty delegates to
were nnavainn;. Tliit sad atxidcit .h The three striking features corrected with made the vnl'jwt of criticism.: By the action of j
-
Virging t. >sretit* and tmttlicrs agiin termitlingthdr road, while rf great advantage Apahscl.kcla, i TLese (t.I legate* wi 1 II. | rudent men. They willI
f | | the Italian war, just nor.-, are the address of the i.is friends and his own consent, be i is a candidate; I vote flit Seymour, Uflhi* Station ihejirrt ballot. Rain at Last.
little children and tu0 into "Ilte-. | would cot iiijnre the nialu line West, arid if ocr I We have
negro French Euiperor) to the inhalitaxts of Lombardy A f:.r an otTii-e, of l.itrh jKin.Hl.ility.; If there Le I Then if they di-oovt r that ilr. Seymour has no had an abundance of mutt since la The vocdcr i U that deaths hare not oocnredl. sitter city i is desirous of its construction, he must Those who planted corn Lite, ysthave
great elsa > 11.tin! l.mk I may
about fjr Southrrli
; cf, a man,
Ihisii.ia Circular! declaiirg t the policy of that empire anything in his past course or prc=eit prinelplns! to j
during the exit'nce of the war, cud the desertion make Lim unworthy of it-let it bo proclaimed.- failure. The only remedy for our planters now, ito
M to ruit the and remain ia the means nod credit the people-the mrcuJnts--of carry southern >t tes-a iiian_ who would nut
Loya 1l.J..J"l1cu town j of Austria Ly the London 7;,ai*. The proclamation j I Iwll not then lIe found among his upportc-rs. I I IJly I b iMixioti-i to the sober reflecting' Northern sow large quantities of peas which we under

water by tl>e Lvcr. HitLing is a JtalJiful! (when \ Apalachicola can G\'cullJ"li,1.a this 'lIrl'itIvl t GUY Napoleon declares tlutt Le enters Milan a* the opibion is-and I have known bins l indulged at reasonable Lour) and lc:1iJltful ni/1 except euch as the State might toe witling; to I' : rule Lirpakh,June 29.
rtcre-
: Wi-se!
Mr. Ienncrat
a Whig
j -a Tyler mln-a
liberator of Italy ai.d net to advance his own per he has nothing to fear from scrutiny. To a private j .
Atlon. and toys will engage in it, but they ought to I grant in the shape of a guarantee of interest 01 the I I all round (lie corupiui, Mr. Wi-e could not carry 4Candidates-
to impre ed with the danger of venturing into i i bond necessary to purchase the iron. This i iot ellI j I soaal'ambit'.on or to aggrandize the territory of j j letter written norths since, InJudge( Forward) South Carolina (.Alabama to begin w ith. He will I .
anyexecTIt j France. lie to the German in '' I It will be reference to the
seen
.1al1owlItt'r .le the aid that can Le reasonably expected as Middle speaks language appended the following oCAtlCrril'f-lIIC publication not Jo. In New York the iKmtetacy regard R. by proper place
u ?* thy cnn I\\'im. or ere I | equally explicit and calculated to soothe their rest 1 of which it i h hoped I he will pardon: I M. T. Hunter as a very safe man. It i j. well known that the names of several new candidates are presented -
in the of those who them when Florida it- now doing nil the can to c.rrylle rInd ; j I in this issue. It is with much that
can rcccc j Vail pleasure
company he wn especially the pupil and friend of the
i le* nc!s under the present position of nfiY.r. The ;!J "On the States Rights din-trine and I started | I
ia ilingcr of drowuiug.yi | through her own section and would not feel able to : you !I I Iimented Calhoun. If Mr. Hunter should be nomi- we announce the I To if. J. Way lee Baker as a candidate

-- ---. ------.- subscribe to the l'cld.icd.1! branch. :: Russian circular al-o soothes and reassures Gcrmany together in Florida many year ago--when there I i nated as President and Mr. Seymour of Xcw York I I for re-election to the office of Circuit Judge f>r

p for the Tlmcx.YTd j We would eddo our friend of the Gulf City says that Austria i is altogether wrong and were but few in the L,' i islatnre to stand un to it. 'I I a* Vice-President, it would be the most powerful the Middle District of Florida. No man has ever
France right, that what the of the French I ticket the Democracy could offer. If f ticket held position with more distinguished ability, and
are indebted to the PtibJUhurs, Johnson & 1> not to wait to be l Jut to them,ulves. Emperor have Spent my life iti Florida roil from ei-esity i iI ur
helped, help I given more general satisfaction in the discharge of
Browning 172VHliani etutt Xtw Yoik, fur a :1 Sklid up a committee of your sagacious luOrellautl' declares the (Russia) believes, that! there is no en- j I I Lut t'tfiee. I did! not Jiajpu here-I eatut here | arc en means run in sure this l I.ut State that. and such in Penylvanin a ticket would, I receive am by ins dirties, than Judge Baker, and his reelectionmay

ehw-t 2S I ly 19 iuches, containing beautifully colored !- II I Lti'them confer with the powers lint bv"-muke j! Icrprii in i< -pect TkLich will injure Germany j i fi"'tn a desire to live with Southern 1ir.i1dtI exp I the uutjurily in both State an.1I t'1e teJ. be looked forward to as a matter of. absolute
| that HufMa will stand 1 France arid, that if ( ''. die here. children! certainty, opposition or no opposition,-MeuTuon
map cf the cent of war in Ha:!. On the sheet a rcconnoisance of the country over v.hieh the roud y rn I.er.-I I -

is"Coltou** Map of J ur\I'("-a full and reliable i is to pass, and thus demonstrate a willingness many Jnterfcre* in t':U r.mttcr, solorgait n-uu. ns : mlrri'dlcre! and all i i. bert. Now if I Jon't ownI Homicide.WVIesrn Messenger, July I. '4 4----

Map showing the chief Cities, Towns and Village, i: a determination to take the matter into your own only an Italian qiarrcl, Russia will also interfere, j I ncgroc it 5 i. bceeuw I am too I poor to buy tll
f also, the grand j oitical divisions of Kingdoms and I IU hands and carry it through. and restore the . hrJlIY of at 11.White Buckley Spring Coii. by Circui Lewi vat Hogar.s killed of on Hamilton ye- report, the other day, announced the passage by

States. The relative position and bearing of one --- --- -- In view of thcc two iocucieLts the Times turn As to the Faintly FritntT oljeete; n, I wil: I county.ll New Hampshire eta resolution nullifying the laws

t territory to another and themode, of communication Crop til rUarlou Count-, I'lor.tla. its Lack on Austria ,'ilh\ linn lulicf the good I er.ly reinnik that it i ii quite a* groundless the! .vsir.., we understand, was under the influence and Constitution of the United State making it a

end intercourse. It also contains Co tun'* A gentleman writing to us under date July 1st, intention of Loth France and Riii>i.x It says: I i Cr.-t Judge Forwnru Lclvngtouo "dywafcty" I ar.leut spirit when lie coinr.illu-1: the dreadful I II crime punishable by five yean imprisonment for
"The Cora in this alid Alachua I ,1e We ui.deri-tand 1 !1,1t 1 l arid life for the second offence, to assist in the reclamation -
: < f' II1rr'e".J.
say crop county We tnutt take it that thr-e AII
Map of Northern Ilaly"tile Seat of War. This two crowned headstire ii a ineiiibcr of no clique. If dCeted: he will carry of a. fugitive slave. It paieed the House of
i* an titter f-ilurc. owing to an sincere in the )ll1Is I the matter willi.I investigated Judicially, we fori '
Map embraces the whole of S:1rJirnTlich i* now tirprceedciiteddrought. ]l'rnr..iulls tht-y nbliJyhiltfe1rmard on the Lviich no prejudices-no partialities. I re- i I bear e-tiniinetat.-Iudrjeidcst Press, July 2. Representatives on Thursday last, by a vote of 134

invaded and contested, by the great j owcrs of Ou the best lands scarcely iKkh"a crop ]. when(.1 the lie world.has driven We the mu>Au4riain t believe fi II.o1t1Ipt)1.n I j icc that one f" reliable: i is likely to attain that! to 101, and was raid tg have been drawn by Parker
will be gathered tOll on pine: land the stalk and a NEW M.in CONTRACT.-We are gratified to learn Pillsbury, a notorious disuniointt and Jefier of
France Italy end Austria. It chow At will handover tothc Italians will 'highpo..t. Ix-ttiroope that t wo colleague,equally i iTi'oithy
mite
II gllPcf.: Italy Italy | that our friend L. H. il.ittiir, Eat| has been I'ueI the Constitution the Bible, and all revealed relig
fodder is worth more than the car*. The rains I ;
the rtnalkst dirfciont SarJiaia, the Citie ,1'o'n. I I came Lombnrdy with Piedmont secularize the tov- ma- be n.0.i"l'o1"ith him th -re. cessful in securing :.c'k. Ci'achcs, etc.. etc., for the i ion which doe not make negro abolition Its tine
.
and Village, IlailroatJs, Common Road*. Kivtr, too late and have been very light-so much so that nmur.tof tIe Komau tth'siI1 give back to I tic WHO WAs PIIE-ENT. I new mail contract and will commence operations qua now. It stem,however, that the member who

Mountain Passes seat of former battles with elate they have done no ecrvicc to any but late planting* I its Nflj.le continuance.its Constitirtlon We unlit and accord gu.irnTitre confidence for I ---- : on tomorrow.Mr. I went to bed on Thursday night intoxicated with

of corn. The great length of our growing season give oar to I Jj1" We place at tie head of cur columns to-d.iy j Muttair'ithoroughLnsii.ecsqualifications.nnd Abolitionism, woke up in the morning sick of their
of each also, LOXBACDT. VENICE Trs- I Russia i that when .!he tarot this chivalrous
engagement ; course of
\ character that thisI
enables us as far ai stock i* concerned, to make I the mi i nes c f two tiDui"I".1 lawyer fr the energy gives good promise debauch, They called the bill up in the, same
hu slO! has LiJdei. ,
up in ic\v that( shin-
; CUT. PitMA, MobOA LtocA.llnJ the STATES I no oljict ; a' -u line \10"1111. 4 rticientlr: conducted. Weexjtect to see house and
OF InC t i highest jadiiial jiositioii ill the :I.ll.. (;irr>pinI I it was indefinitely postponed by a vote
CIICECII. Tliese Map* are engraved on steel in A the deficiency by the pea crop which will be cutti lIne yii'pthy: with 11..1), :.1.1. if .ay other motive 't ious a* to the high (pII.fiLlli."s: nnd ud_ >te rated much more extensively inconsequence of the / mingles with her j.'iiy. it 'n only! a not unnatural: (T these, e.II'lnen fur se.ats on the Bench j of (lieSUpreme !;j make it a good t>usinci for the contractor aud will | received its quietus for the session.
kuporior manner, handsomely printed upon heavy desire! to collie ij'it! ht.iniiiation the I 1
short corn Cotton looks finely-ni.d never pour wj-on Court Jab'cll several njoioe in hi" triumphant suec.. We will again | ,
crop. cxprcved on oc-
and eautifu'ly: coloi-e.l. Both i head of Auntri.i, l1I.llu exalt Prussia at the I 4-
paper Maps upon cxpoiue refer to this Hid. I
I Will in Lt tier conJi l'n. It b J loaded with a heavy ofbtriival. It i h not to l Ie eu csted that these cationand, require no repetition I.,,.. We I.old | subject.- The King. Victor Emanuelit is 'aid was wound
one she, ize 2S by 19 inches. | ; 1
the for the otlur Asxriato Ltank
crop cf bolls, and the light seasons have been \'erycongenial i i State paper shotiM! speak th.:. v. !hieli is hot true.i I place tr the prosent |i -4WUer ------- ed in the arm at the battle Magenta. The bra
These Mnp supply a want felt by the multitude, awaiting to Le a little more cnlul.Ur.eJ, a* to i ACovTsr CtET.ciiiAx wiioitA'i Two EAR
I to its perfect growth end fruiting. Our When two great Sovereigns come forward to I'rutest of the King has gained for him the title
by
very
certain that doire knowIu .
point to
and have been put at a price within the reach fall I'tf.-re Europe that their policy i is of a censer- we FOR lli'stc, THCXKS or rat Orrxc-lhe e-Iitor of the
county i* being rapidly opened by wealthy and enterprising I this connection we will state lInt. from various election, of U Corporal"in the Third Zouaves. This
who deSire to be well informed concerning the I I vative and disibterc te.l character, and that if they I Otvspcl 1 Banner who i h also esteemed clergyman
South Carolinians. We sources of information, we are notified of the high has been
planter.-mostly battles and it magnificent regiment given by Napoleon
I arc fighting conquering kingdoms it i
Eociikl. political and movements of
military
ia Maine
Europe. ix'pu'ar favor wields! ticket receive having recently visited i the at Boston
I will soon thwW that we have net been idle. Marion for the progreu of civilization, for the advance of our everywhere. I opera to Victor Emanuel as a body guard since the battle
4 By remitting :o cents a* above thi IHToxT and FOEWABB the whom
the
Map may : are men people give his im .region as follows:
Is comparatively new Long Cotton has J moral i: :.aer.tj, and not from teluth motives, '. { of Piilcstro in which under the direction
L Lc scccrcd poetpaid.t" i county. seem to want, and whom they will place on the Kings personal
are U'und to believe liicia-not, indeed, to throw j "The music (the orchestra ami cow and then
j been the ttajle rcp heretofore. The culture -. I ourfc-lve off our juarJ, Let ttill to believe them.W strain of (the *in ing were fine Lot the perfor
S. Post Office and Court IIounc.Afe the sugar cane is gradually extending and is remunerating <> cannot cease from our astoiUmcit: that the eI :3.i | mnnee, as whole, we (thought bore. Whiskered of Corporal thus conferred is a high honor, and was

stated: last week that the appropriation Lr tu the planter. Much of our lund i ii I things should l>e so: we cannot even yet quite corii- i I JCDOE PEARSOX ANB THE ASSOCIATE Jnt>CF>:!ir.-A ; men and painted women tricked out in plush and in like manner conferred by the Old Guard on the

this building Lad reverted to the unJw adapted to this ci op. I prehend how the Euiperor Napoleon should wirh rumor Las I.ecu in circulation to some extent to i tinsel growling, and gruuting. and shrieking, audI first Emperor,after an unusual exhibition ofistr.on-
:" Treasury to build tip in Italy forai of goveminent which the effect that jludge PEASSON.i is again cniuiiuate I squalling, sometimes in solo, and then in duet' and
It I the impression that two years had elapsed eincc the "This season a great deal ofshaortcotton has been would !t. ircoutcuVr.t to him in France ; still lest for Associate Judge. We speak from personal I anon (the whole s warm,like 8tJraltlyellt, gesticulating al courage on his part. Victor Emanuel already

I I appropriation was made. It seem we were niistiI .- planted and cotton presses are beginning eppear j eat we understand why 1'nssia should seek to give I j knowledge when we say, that the Judge regrets and menacing und bracing, and frowning. wears the French Military medal presented to hint.

I ken, as the Secretary of the Treasury La* directed among us. I think the increase of cultivation in consistency and power au.l material form to those i that any such impression should have l en made A Still going through with all sorts of antics, in a when lie was in Paris four years ago. lie U the
idea wl.ieh must always Le antagonistic to absolute the public min.l. It i* known that, Lis | giLWrUh that nobody can understand-that i i. the
the Post Master here to invite proposals for the ale .cotton this reason will be about equal to the tboit | upon] upon I' only monarch upon whom this honor has been eonferrwd.'as -
rule. But it i il' vain to argue against the probability I authority: the Floridian, sonic time last Spring, an- Italian Opera as we heard end saw it. Ti ns-and
of the necessary lot. See the advertisement of Dr. cotton crop put in, and tl.i crop would have let n tf a fuel wl.en the fact itself stand boldly ; r.ounced that the Judge would not seek n re-election, we profess i.ot only to llAfe au ear bnt two ears the medal Is only given for great deEds

Nash another column. Whether this it anything greater if sted couM have been procured. Our evidence.! Here arc the declarations voluntarily 1 but had fnlly determined to retire from the Bench j I for mote-a quiet sent on a mossy rock, near someI of personal eonrage on the field ol battle.

more than a mere movement on the rart of the Department I cotton crop now pronielT1'I1., lut it may in the put forth to Europe, uncalled for by any special at the expiration of hi* term owing to the threat I I pond full of frogs would have been anile as edifying The Tomato.

I end be as of old, when 'lie rpale, and the lotnttt scheme of policy, carrying with them uo particular | 'encd lo.-s of his t'Jesiht.Ithough the Judge has and nearly as mll!l\'at"
the
to prevent money from going lack Dr. Bennett, a Professor of some celebrity considers
I benefit to the t'r- who thereby: commit their been so Aytuuate n', in a great measure, to recover -a.I. ,
into the Treasury or whether it i* really the intention 'I tame, and eattcrpillart, and that vilhottt ntnitlrr, I own honor 811'tl.e honor of the nations whom they tfie use of hi* eyes, yet lie u fully aware that the I CrRE ror. THE NECRALGIA.-Tbe Alta California the Tomato an invaluable article of diet, sod

r of the Government to engage in the 'I'ork.fe, and did eat vp all the Jtcrbt of their land. eitJ t!e i represent, to the pood faith of the professions which I! severe course of study and reading that the demand the for the ascribes to it very important medical properties:

J 1 know not. AVe incline to think, however that it \ ffvit of their grouN." I they thus utaneously| make. of the office would imperatively press upon ; gives following recipe cure neuralgia: 1st That tbn'l'omatoboneofthe moat powerful
j Haifa drackrn of sal ammoniac of chain- of the liver and other
where calomel
.-- ; him, would be destructive to the improvement that nn ounce aperients organs ;
i* but a preliminary step taken to keep the appropriation I But perhaps the coolest talk Austria from i is indicated, it i is probably on of the most
The norron oC1T"ar. gets hut )occurred And could not otherwise but end in an phor water to be taken, a teaspoonful a dose re- *

from expiring under the two year' law, I A letter dated at Foci, on the Wh lost, rays : I I the great English TJinnd.-rer is found in what that / entire lots of vision. Cherishing, as we know the I prated at intervals of five minute, if the pain bej effective and the least harmful remedial agents

the Secretary doubtless expecting rtiat the finances ." I see women tio-day half mad,running about Paris paper fays of the spectacle Austria present after I Judge does, the most grateful appreciation of the j not relieved at once. Thi* is believed to be the known 2J. That to the a chemical profession.extract bVobtained from
I kindness of hit Meu.1."Iiu would hi
Till far under the again use *
to improve revival of Lu inea.tud
I i to know what ha* become of their husband and I being whipped on every battle field France and I I name in the present canvas fur the re-organization most effectual remcJy ever discovered for this most it, that will supercede the use of calomel in the rare

the decreasing expense of the Government, a* i brother They who have relatives McMahon's I Sardinia pursuing her across the Adda, and the I of the Supreme Court yet !I. U unchanged in hit I painful malady. of disease.3d.
to lent the mean at his control necessary for this whole sincere That lie baa successfully treated diarrhea
I division are distracted with anxiety, and hang about peninsula Ihing against her and expelling purpose retiring to private life.ij.t
I with this article alone.
; work at no distant day. There are perhaps a dozfji : the Ministry of War with horrible apprehension. j i her allu and her: garrison: The only advice to G5" Ber.jnmin II. Brewster, of Philadelphia, 4ttv That when used as an article of diet it i is

ether point in a* many SUtci (e'r1Jiel1 similar : I Tbe Emperor lets the telegraph tell no tales but J i i, be given it," remarks the 1'illltt. "that Austria j I In the June number ut.JUatiicood't Jtac>*:ine, the i say the Washington News, the gallant defender of almost sovereign for dyspepsia and Indigestion.

appropriation were made. I what he likes. No private communication from should cccommodiiie Lernrlf to'these painful circnm- j most noticeable article, evidently (rom the pen ofj j the rights of the South in the FngiliveShive law 5th. That it.tbonld be constantly na d for daily
(
The Building when constructed will be both an the seatcf war rewed' The first a wf! boosts j i s-tanc.-s,jjitt a* England ftda.itted the independence j Sir AscnLBALD Au.ox, is a terribly slashing" crit- else, which was tiled soma week tineeln Philadel- food ; either'cooked, raw, or IB the form ef catsup,
ornam'ent and I I it is the most healthy article now IB use.
improvement to clir city and therefofe of the loss of a husband i it frcni' f.Hukl' sources. | of the nt..d: Slates, and France baa twice subni'.t! i icism bpon Lord MACACLAT'S unfavorable notices( i pliia, has been appointed an honorary member of

JU location 1 II a matter of public Jr.t-nst : and j I see, as another specimen of the hcrrora of war, ted to the dicin'Jon of n\'a, el'. There can be ..0t.r j Jonx I/TKC of Iar1bor..uh. Ausox says of..MACAULA j the Literary Society of the Virginia Military Irsti-

the more particularly \4\\At "the tase from the fact I that the PiedjnpnUM livison ergsgd at Fzientro! j \ gained by a tlubborn. and Acn victoriousre.i.tar.cr I T lis his own department still him lew Dwocumc STATE Coamvzrrwa.-.Ths Democratic
a we regard as j tcte. For the noble part taken in the ease, Mr. State Convention of Iowa au-emble4. at De
that U be 7W l' when Novara marched wilt fire f
it rejiassiDjthrough
to a Ofetis 1lBsCVmIoi\ companies oct of ten ctder Fub-ofileers, the other tertliejust claim of a great nation, and : unrivalled. lie is beyond i comparison the greatest I Brewstrr tntillcd to the gratitude of the entire Moines. oo the 23d nit, and made the following

A central' pofi'.ion" onC'ts nearly accessible to the remained on the Slid of battle. Now. thi; i* only I it u unwise to wage a war where military success master of brilliant and anscropclon fiction that I South; and the Honor which the above mentioned nominations: For Governor. AC, lodge; JJeot.

borinea portion f Ve tel'etei cf t"e cty! as ,rlt!-. 't'f>.t 1 .vH French t r.tilIZ"! What mst Lethe .\u tliJn;' I I"lnit I incurs a moral vprrotiium. No doubt this ar.d j lias ever adorned tie laiigoag?, or dUgrc the iitcratcre 5 society ha! conferred rpoa tin is indcf jcstly de Court Governor L. ,H.L.W.Babbitt TTilUon, Chsrle; Jndg* Mason'of and the C.Supreme C Cole."lbs .

tscsr :! .ilai1..r utidtrulicn; will be- ia due time cf & ."
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TEIJEGRAPH. ] AMSOUNCKJIKXT bV CA DID:TIS. : _ii. .U: liUGU AKCIlEt 1 J I SUPERIOR: BURNING FLUID, ', F Ssu 7S 1859.-NEW (300DS.-1859.

I IRON HOOPS AND TIES
DO3: Wo arc authorized: t;announce PAPY & ARCHER I I I CMPIIE.KEROSE1E Spring Styles.

KANSAS GOLD REG IONS. i me hAiti VAUNDEIS candidate for re loc- I ; C.AUP OILS.! FOR COTTON BALES. q-'llr fiiu11'tri"f'f' au now q4a.irg tLOi. SPR1*$
't'tornoye nt !. '; --- I STOCK. It i. the l larp. t aotf Lwt escorted
.Reliable letter.tale that x.fr For sale AtE'3 d LIVELY
Liuvrxwoian.: July 5 [ lion to the office of f l.(r.2: cf Lcca coui.t\.' at the I by Pi-ice C 'e7l1t PO'ff1J.---C'i 'tnt. ofT.teJ f.r.pute in
? 1 > Spring.
cur
14, 1859. SO pa rrl' (.1'+ they :a*
gwlJ i* lo I.g developed in pacing quantities in I; election in October tielt. TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA. \ May It'is than llOFt'. li onn it.r tie lclIl1 rariHy. "WVnawea few

\. end that claim Lad yielded two thou -- July 0.1859. 28 The' will be
:!, one i Ifl \ Original Extract Quality nrti.'u1: i- i\ depa.lmentand happy t<>
; ._ _._ K Y the dva, Iron
rr: ve are authorized, and zn i- r- : =rjr A cue eoosi'kii'g r lcg.vo unr lie to oU
and 1olLir iu three Jt\"l. Valuable newri c1i..core. : rerjucstd -"- .1 pi!i"-i tr !:1! all or rut rt..t lame cur
Starch : .P.k.: Rope a* a tteii.il: fur bind.a'; C"t.'n HII1 1I.I .
..cf gold Lcailng juartzuus late ted Jir to announce JOHN S. XOniM> as a candidate | Sealed Proposals \ :I Corn will be surprised that it Las not been aJlptr.l.long I,'. fuel:Js ant t the public. .

cuTrcd.rct1e. ; for Judge t.f Probate of Let.n 'I&II.tJ at the ensuing 'IOct4L4r *TT7 ILL be received until the l6ih day cf Jily* i'I "PREPARED eiprc.,ly for Puddii g, Ice Cream | since. In its security again Ere tlcre laeaortrvholuJng DRY GOODS.

b 12.\1\:11 '.ntll.J to 1 fur tLC "..i I"
'I Received (retl. AME; 4 LIVELY. r.i. Strip r.w5!. T.J Pr- t. :> ie ":1nl:. wear
-- -- -- Master. f"r n suitable! cite fir a Lctdrg! for iiCMiuinud.it ie- by Pref a in l the Seaport Ciii. s I lave been t'ifmaiu T' r.

; uVI:1.\.n:! .IAn.Ionl.: rrr nit ifc(]Ut-sU''r tite. in ytri..I'a .
STATES COURTS nu'Unzrd to be elected i at illlahuEtec - ------ now tint o'jVetum i i's removed generally. ,m.J the (*r. he.' ,.Mtrlirtpl < I tJ, t. a;ji. iPri.Is., Dcfc!.
St. Iqu. JulyThc o-ii u.l bull t..uou J.\)1}: F. JIJkKLKY.: (,'ntrcfi1.I1U! candidate 11 l-MUri C! ecks. ko. ttc_ te. CuttontwKs IViut .
,
iollila.. ) I Water. leans PrcfS. the l.ujrest in N. 0.. give it th | refer u.lt M
Fraiivla-o to the IWli of:me kas It-en rectivcd for Tar \s..tSI'Vr and Collector tf Leon county at Carter !lots will bo prtf.ned.] rn l none are tli! ;iVe Congress i-nee over rt'i eThe Fus'nian Iron Hr.rp sad 1 li! i* ,. .. JI.ulI/"r. ?'IoJ'.s. :SLo viic'. S'n4uy.: PJlu.5

LictI1. 8&ulac. iuyiaig !I"r' baa L.o&II .!ri\"o the election.: in Ot.toler cxt.DC3 : that ale l 1t.I than .uv hundred feet squire.' i iTrtaMJr I t FRESH bUl'PLY, just rweireJ anal f'rcae the improvement .t f one of the proptictor and! i iI.r'rci ia "-, C-Iiroe: F'iin"'r\: I'.i4s! Iud Cbeek
. AMES A LIVELY. -
fi<,na SOU-IT 1>\' (!:<. Ptnjtmr Inditin! -- I. > lJ"lo:1lht.t."t.> June 2Jth 18.-.9. t< I Jby from IMS hit. that it .found :!:cr long cz ,. GOODS FOB TIIS LADIL'SP'jri .

TW Ituiu&s'are in S ttate of revolt! in u'ra, : We arc authorized to announce -- - .---. -- ------ -- 'I -. Iy24.ift.__ 20 H' __ [peiimcht.to combine the greatest merits. ii> sirrplititynndjicdity : and fi-jured 1 limo Mn[ !:in,
I \ Notice I ; of ap; hratitni i>t any en tet rnarie. Icto ',.li. .11.1\ ft iii! .-
t1nlJli.I SAMULL W. \ILK S as a csudi'late f.r Ort tfLvt O"S" i-eoi: no.
NmI La'c.ktvd the in tlur't White r.C1rl .
Nlr- I i" s" prrpnred 1 a' "-'Iirf' no thaiiire fur raconr.s- i"irtFrench: Cho: ': le.5ct!.!a P.t'k.11,
auJ cr* firfteatenin( (;lWSAL F trwgixT* ere I a Orcuit Ccvit at the riAuing ilctlivu in October A LL jxr'O" lul\'irt claims or demands njjn'oet T3URE EX I KA and No. 1-(.,IIUlI;, 1 in pure Llai .in!. Tins: o1seiatn.: the on'y! remainiiig diiMcuity 't.ntr; J |,\ M and :iIOL;"! .. ,

.- tkiag refuse ou tee,! of!hiM.| next.OO3. ..*. tile J>iate of Jarne 1'. Archer deceased, I.tc I, teed Oil, juat received aH f,r sale bvi at the! sea board cii.i. } ts'n ard otter title r.In: :Iasa. ,
- ---- -- -- --- of Let"'. county are required to the I Ij IT.- Loops slit .f length froM lsl.t. tn ten
n.1 d lifvn.U; hare lumtiaated a i i present sauie i AMES puUex Wo arc authorized to announce : proptH auilicoticitc&I, to Me' rs. Piipy A An.Kr; .1 j Mt.v21.lSS9. 21 1! feet and a full; (fiurnitee: :iveti that neit i !er tl e Tl' s t -iBtk-fnjctlU.--'fijrfat! : ( if true.}
tMe C.ogre.iooa1 "krl. my ag."i."! and tttorupY within two \ilti fu>m tLU ncr II.M> thall bnk.. And further tint: nil cotton
I II). W. CWYNN ns a candidate fur ie -I Iocluo to i p IK Eimnsion aol i reaction,
,.te or thii uot.ce; V.il! bu [.lead iu bar of their recovery II -1- F.MOXS.: G- II\'a and Cm; tt"Jellies: Prunes. : bound in them lliI.Ie; tccelred: on the same terra Embn'i'ft.rcd Collars
1 the ctHc of of 1'rubate vf Lcx-n lie
at :
!}\Ttl OF UAVARD CVIXCTT.r Judge coi.Lty : uii'l nil perwii indebted! to rail estate are .J Pears. Sardines, Pwklcd] Octtre, Brandy Peac'i- at the Orleans] I're-si rs rope Ix tird cotton. The 'Ii Linen Cjff.br:? sod Lawn Hnnolcrcl: GOTl'I.

*%..hl r .-lii<* wife ,f the Jl<*,. .h..ard election in October next.3T" : irquFBted to ate i'II"'I'.Iute patueut to lay ageut I Pieerrved Lfn.nns. Uratijrc. Pine AppbsatidG i weight per bal a'/ort the samets Krpe not ouc Ril/'x", Parasols.! SLa
'ett.dW: in tLi city i-n Saturday bi Ut. awl nt to:DC}s /ur" -*',Id.3L'ullV. I jnjer. (1'.11 Gage Marmalade. Letroii Syrcp, Ia-jv! .1 pound mere or l less. Titles,TLrtH. Nterflts.: Tins ie., AVe arc authorized to announce; S. ARCHER, Executrix. b"-iry tl. btra,l
DEATH OF THE HON. VTM O. COODEL AYID) S. VALKEi:, cf thi city. os a candidate July 9, It.;'. 'JSSwCopartnership I per .1.! ., fplnrry Vine=ir, Fresh Palrriu Lobsttr.Ha.kWL. : give the following aicor.g numerous toir.tr cnJatiur.s : .
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ea.wJuJ.'l.- 'lion. Win.0.GuoJ.t&.msinhrtC. .. --- -- - ---- .-- 11-lhbut nuJ Shad. Assoited Pickles! { \veba\e: 'i j A foe 1I"rlrn..t. Black Casnere, Smoke JfrT):
.JT'fr."in the! ',.! C..tgrt..iti..I .' (or the ofllce t>f AcMK.tate lice of the SupruncCourt Notice Soo'ch Ale and 1 I''iter.I 'I he underiirned ris t'rs tf ve!scl* I.avn had lr<'n.h Cab!., Paris Drib, Citizen!). lrosdw 'A' ,

Ii4ri v-t. ,'f \"ir ;iiila, died vf un!iuiitlua oa ; cf Florida at the .n "iaz OitolxreIeeIion.l2r i 30.000 Havana Solars. j cotton r<)ni|.re, .l with Fa'sin n'* new Iron hoops I j l'Ijnti A.tique. J.mpire.; Lowborn Canton -

&.. ----- ---------.---- ---.--- i -\\f E liave this day assorted tvithu. ij the tccrT I I AME.Lt'VELT... and Ties Lcrcty rtt'Nnl1-;,d tic same. The bales! .. lVrl hair Florence, f\DUH.l, *

--- We arc authorized to announce i cantil busiucs : _May21.JRf9. 21_ __ i being well c"l1pr"4'IJ.; aud the bu'toos or l.CM>p*. anJ tuspy ..tl! (v3CLOTJ1Z.6'.

[Frwu lil...Vno '. M.lZi: ie.ILITTLE ) R. A. MEAGHEK.Tlie H j never 1 I"'ulin; .LtD thro-vu doTvnin tie SLip' LoIJ, Ac.Rsl .
JAillijV.. 1U1EX: a candidate for tbe oflieeof I I Cod Liver 0il.17'RESII j : ,
ItOiE.hL. or when! flowed: sacks Frock and!Coats of Italian: CtrtL.Lrsp .
I Ud-k t-f the Circuit: Count for Loon county ni the ; bti'incs will, therefvre.be con Ju,ltd 11 future AND PI:RE ..f the celebratedCranuV! i L. L. M. \ au. ,
cosie. with the fairy '.ovt..1.r'Si; niKJt-r the I stub I CUm-'ey, Capt. Ship !rs Davenpott[ tie Eta Ac. ..toPaa's! of all &.01) .h ir och fall Cflpifl. election iu October ceiU i iWe name an cf I JJ1 Herman: Clark 1 C). (C- R tI'.('"'*. i A Kobiimon: *. Madias J Cnsntnere and Ftnty Linen Prill. down toe.>tnn,n

hd Ld.J.ow a tunAetomtb '? .t-t. -- I HEIR, RUST & CO. For sale by AMES .1: LIVELY. i i James Tomas, Henry Overall; Vst", f't.11 sort,fchtrts. tJn.llr"lirt.-

;"..r.1.tYlli1..t :3r: are authorized to announce J I iI Mav 21. 1S59. 21 A. Talbot, M fc Hsr j!ceict. Drawer; Hiwry f"f .a! sects, Cllais, Storks, Tie
Tltey wi: continue at the] old ftan.l anJ tre t that
Tle i i" danein trl Lt.MJ I I ) i John Dean. James Fliut, ['...ktt IIadkeTCli1ef.SilOES ] .
patd n light ? J. WAYLCS DAK til as a candidate f* the olliceof the liberal' heretofore Gloves and *
putr .I'ry -
thc iijar.of l.t-r upon 1 t Joint C. W Hncr. 11 UUIIOUSt'. '
luiir J ] of the Middle Judiiial Circui. vf Florida, the old jirtu will) be extended the J BOOTS..
AM! bfto Ciiroiuic L>rl:..re vatln; free ;e jat j to 'HtW.HEm : Hair Restorer and Zilobalss-nura i H. Koppenholdt! Ella A. Clark, I
T. the ivotMp i-1 the air.! tL* ecsuing October election.. : A RUST.Jc'y i'orsaleby AMES: t LIVELY.MvI. ,' L. P. Merill, Bark Kmiball.; :j A very llrge assortmcr-t of the! best miite, f..,
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: 1, 1S59. 27 I 1P53. 21 !' Tie price of Hoop and Ties fct N. O. is 6 cent i iI i Lau'ie "Gentium raid the rising> gtt.ol.itlGa: .
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Like ffnrtful fiwn die U>uru! tli tW The undersigned announces I I h I English Linseed Oil I per POUI1 f. Literal deduction mide to Merchant j i styk-s kinds! and pi.cc*. .

6* gl fully Kmg, I 8.a raiulidate for Cwciity Surveyor el the Land for Sale. : : for city acceptance,and all orders will receive prompt [ 1ALSO
A,a vil-1 bird the carwllelL I DL.\KI A PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For sale attention by F. BELCHER. I,| HARDWARE, FANCY GOODS,
yow October lection.Waarc J. 1. underlined offirs for sale! 1730
of
u.Dg ccros : 1 the Cask
by or gallon. '
I I"IIE 1'ERFUMhRV.CHOCKERY. t
I Ciunmereial Place.: l'OTIU S. .
The lmr Vn of a eon?. ) in Jifferson i I 12J Agtnt
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Tin tnnainrr !.",T are <-lustf rlr t.V! tArounl --I I } ncresufMch AMES JL LIVELY. New Orleans, June 11, '('3. 24-Cra II i iDll. CLASS \VAUlibADDLEUY. I
j \\ lay Miihia a .h"lt di i tjtiee f Station the (
t2r' authorized to n 2. on May 21, 19. 21Compound TIN JLc
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k r Onrinp I
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Pt-nsacola A --- ---
Georgia Railroad, and 600 acre in !
IT- :
A c n Lcr check the rammer LreieI I CtA. \. P. AMAKEK as a candidate fur Judge of j the nei.jbboilood ol WaVniiali, and within 6 r 7 Gentian J.lL GEANT7 j; -ALSO -

breathing wft nod tweet.TL Probate of Leon county d the enduing October J miles of Station I. H-tb trai.t Inve tile A, Full Still??:, of rumUy GriCCre.f-Si11'

i inipr %.cment*. uth as dwelling houses,negro neccuy f ibu.s, j( 1dJ Jt': r 'r : K I Surgeon Dentist, | l'..as.Susrar.C"ffec!, Winell. Brandies Rite. Fl!.'ur,

rry mn l**n:. xia to KcgtrAbore ekotion.2r : Gin bOU't'3, .. :i rIJlIE BITTERS are an infallible: remedy for 1JA'INU located inbe -7' Su\p. O.iti'I-s! Jl lm".SI II.'tS. CamJif. Uaruir fluid

that holy Lead ? Tho friends of lIon. Oil AS. I EDWARD \. WILLEY JL riillouA and all disorders anslns from a deranged LI TalShacee. unit i ; i I and Oils, Tobacco, snuT. C.gvt and Pipes Ess.ences
And thc vild (!""i nat Ler eorainjTLtir July 2, 1?59. 27SraNotice. cinid.tiou];; of the tii ettne organs, D./rpcpBia. Debility l I. to wait on till ..- : HiiJii7--\ -_' Sanliim, Prtserve, Sji]<""5, Ped; ,-.. S nJa. S.U. anJ
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IL DlPONT him candidate for the] I
announce as a
ilcbeet fra th< wanted iu fiat
raiwe KO on. III tart tI.i'lg usually a
I Li\er Complaint Low Spirit'. Want c- those \vh> me ddtiro : \' <_ __: ? every
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AnJ O! bow lovely light an-1 frj raneeSDajrle office cf Chief Justice of the iMi].rtn.e Court of titl' It. For sale by AMES A LIVELY. ofbiser\5ee. AII W.Jlt \t.\ ily. soil p rlwrx !.\.ie that lire r.6t.

in the lift.- within ilurida. | May 21. ISf'J. 21 done by him I.ewlrlituts .. ,; I All lIt \Ii"h use will be glad! In sell rn tl.e. C'mltern.s. I
O* Low fondly .!.. ilirv mttleCoacd i e'j.J MiNAUOlll. OJUIOND CO.
4 LL persons hat in<; claims asfam t tie Estate of to give ircner..l MtinftI <' -V :

thC oul that Inous to pin.h. g a C. YOXGi, Kscj.! of West j II I j V Cornelius B lzl..y. of J.'fTtTfou eountv. deceased. Lower Mineral Springs on I tion. Dr. Grant t\i-\: \ ., ?'d 1 \ = Newport. Apnl. V, l$5. 15. .
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.Mhetl!er as cred'tor. le atci"% *-distributeep", .-
prcrequued to call the attention or.r
cmcp, the fj.irit vf nnr cUUio d. Florida is hereby presented by LI* friends t' the : the Suwannee. _'_ .
I to preceK! thnr lenumK in due form, t-' those suffering with -'- Spring & Summer "
A thilix of mortal tirlL 'i voters of the State for election to the flice of At the nikiviiie1 i Executor the ]la5t Will suid te.iinertif i toothache to an excellu.t medicine invented by Liar

'rd teorin;*Hill vlie ruth cfL'caen.Taredecos1i'rfrornthcartK II I serials Jnouce of the Supreme Court on the fiKt *ii i.1 I iJeceuseil witliin two year from tl,:" riMIIS J. open well for the known reception WATERING:of ii"itor]PLACE,. The H llottlis now : self. vihich will give i :immediate relief. Ni person G] 0 () D S. 1859 !

Monday of October next. I IWe djt", .t-tlu'r\\"i ei tloj will he liar,cii; and i all thureindebted in J.od! repair, and accommodation is i I after once utirg it mil he without it. In all curia ,
in trijU-robrd inuocerte every prom.ied --- -
EV fttnfa I 1---- -- --- - --- -. ---- I ric requested to n ale pmr/idit i"'nieiiiattly. 1 i Chronic and Neuralgic Toothache
i tO such ns ffiJ sire to few day at casts nervous i
pend a a I
ti..W I.ut or LU:1It. 1i J\ m: | I "V\/E nr<" njw rtc iy.c'j. it t.
S. RUbT Ei'ir.
i tr are authorized to announce I Ii I Florida summer recoil. The water of these Spring cann< t be 'x e1eJ.: He lies aUo Dr. Aliens celebrated > &
,.*.rOi l liy onr ii ay ward |-tl July 2. : 1 I ill:a large an J full' :f
.t candidate fvr A : is ui olrplFFeol ill all Rheumatic aTe! <'tion* a* well a* Tooth Rencvsfor utid Clear.ser bem: the sole j '
A gleam (of angelO ) b :t. i D. P. HOLLAND, q.. at a *4>- --- j &smlTH.nlotPXIXVl ,
1St.PAINTING.- ---- \' in many otbrr! coinpl lint* incident to our clitmteI .- I user of it in this Sta:f. I\POIH ijhin.j their teeth i, f

Wewed thin ehildren! ,i etate Joaiiec, at the ensuing election October I I Por*'u* fuffcrinij from Debility ill find h> re the I beautifully; cleansed will not fail] to gi\etheDr. a I II JL SUMMER CLOTHJX -jl'y4 r.;
are
of rii lore Dul I IE i is .tilt in :I 44Fountain of Youth," where the wasted energies cf call. At present he can be found at the residence flf ;, (J, Gtutleintn' fur 1/ Il .:1
Tie pifl Iwaicnly ; undcnigned enziffed the Painting ,
:
rrIlE ; both tiiiud and be restored. I Mrs. L. E. G'cur, or a line or too dropped at the
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TUey
AnJ linV l.4ter m .tlanpi ith the ebore.IV Floirit."edJ. i I Mid U. Hoiidii, h bcrebj" presented IIY lila fiien.ie ; House, Sign and Ornamental Painting, j| Lower Mineral Springs Jue 18, '59. 23-:w [I I .V B. Tft't Exit.UilCd Kttfivtt J'ain. i| deecrij.liin,youths clotL 41.j: !
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June 18, ISI9. :5. -
fly I'Tiriiy and truth ; to the vctcri-of the State for election to the offcecf I Graining, Glazing, Varnishing, &c., - I ;. tog.

A..a Lep our liearts dill frefeL and young, Associate ti of the Supreme Court on the first I he i i" prepared to do ou tliort" tiotice and on reasonable "NEW'GOM! NEW GOOffilTo ; ---DENTAL NOTICE.o ALSO -
Mlth tLe of t 'rnis. G. A. BALL ,
youtli.CVLC
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pr."ftt'e I A full of fink and lore Cl. tL
.---- Monday in October nest. July] 2!. IS:!. 27 :;t I --- I supply C .
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I ?
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*.HOXE.-I. From your children'*earliest 2 *" We arc Authorized to announce I --- I \ are new rcci iii? our Stock of SPRING & LEWIS Silk and Marseilles \o ting.
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inculcate: the of iiietatt |: J. W. Points Agent > SUMMER GOODS ahicli we will sell very _.
must
iu. tieeeivtty J lack
yu T7JXPFCTS to leave --- -_ Drab Dcta, Alpacco. Anbi.-ui Clime,
I Hon. ABE.TAXDER )DONALD> candidate for ,
a low for and to Cuatomcis Ii
C.V8U paying .
vitelli,... FUR TI.E i I prompt ; _Lj! f'rthcXorthal""l.tJ.8"fil Wl.ite. Bn,Tn arid Fancy Drill.i'g: ,
2. I'uite Cnnnn f with ?ectUnoA\yoor childrea AMotlate Justice cf the! ihipnme Court of Fk-iiJ.i. I IW"c I coiii>.tiny tn jHiit aifollov: the 20th of July with .1 .cItttI: --". Duck and I'l.iin Linen

uiflerbUtid t1u4 jou mean ncaolly what yon K'COMB' COTTON PRESS AND IRON TIE, I Dress Goods view of attend) the -' (7.;,' Brown Giey and Clack biSk mixed Sjitlug; C ut.
nrcautliorizeJ and :
eey. requested 1 S now stopping! at the City Hotel. where, he can American Dental foi: { "' i-" I logs for $uit<.
3. X ercr prow tlietn an jtLin*unless yon Le- J I Double] Skirt bil'-t, Grenidme Robe a LaJ/o. vintion be held \I '" I All of nhich I t<* uiainfiiciure
to announce COUNCIL A. P.RYAN for ('<'rV i ls seen at aiftIrne.. Persons wanting Pressc to at C '. : we are preJ.nr..1
Ee..e that\'OG can pvc them "hat tou |l'ron,1 e. Robe a Laize Silk, Double] fckirts, 'fo the beat soil fj.-a! .tjaLIe .
of the Circuit Court for Loou coui.ty the ensuing ; or Ties f-hould haul in their order immediately.July : the Niagara Fall. 11:e -d -_ : Promptly PI u.vct l1Jat" I"
If\'dldl\\lur'hi1t 1o sliow bimIiov f
4. to anything, Lot Silk Las .-
2, 1859 57-5w Ita\.idcre I Kijadr-.c, object of his visit will be y.0 ] us a (ALL.
to do it,and eee that it i b .101... election in October next.c.r : Double Jupe Organdies, Double Skirts JucoueU, to obtain all that is -. PR FORIUS ACLAP.K..
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4. Alway* pau U Hir tlaldren willfully di- I "" U SI I.irt. Rub LaizeOrganlie ..
y a
2S 1(39.
N'7vLI : Insolvent Estate I and useful', appertainingI May 22
in The friends of ]) O : ) Notice.STATE I I .
l-u uui-h
obeyin yoM. |' not ani' r. Rote a L&ac, La Bayadere I tithe S .il'n of Dent' lIe .
(< f-trr. expert to return : -- -- -- ------r---- -- -
6. S ev(T let tl an P1w tlut they rtx yoo,or male I. CAMLROX preM>ut hi* name to the voter of Leonas j OF FLORIDA, ? Robe Mapccin.ic: Double Skirt Bareges I about the f..t tof Septetnlur. i I

yon 1.--\our k.lf-omniiwnd. a candidate for Clerk) of the Circuit Cocrt at the] County i f Leon. J f I 44 Al icdus I Lobe a Lilac June 23, IbSl 25StTRADEFOR1859 LADIES DRESS GOODS

7. If tfiey glee away to pctulinee an-1 temper I' election in October. TETHRO BRADLEY, administrator of \ralt till l1are ] with .
cahiicn.Iihengviit1yreason ____ ej of 15enn'tt I llev! late of Leon ,
deceased
>ra< couoty. raau till as r IhL Ci .l(1 n
thim on the Lmprptirty t.Ither conduct. t tS
8. Jlemcinber Uiat a little |>reccct juini. imonttrheu j C5ST" We are authorized to announce i having filed in the Probate office of said county a I 1: L tJ1 ,v. UUJ p S 5 9T
written prstion that he believes the relate of the I
the CAt-ivn ari c*, is iiiaoli more elTeeluil JOSHUA. S.\1 DEI{. a* a candidate for TaxA | HJ EMBROIDERIES LACES, RIBBONS, &c. : --fl---- ;
I said Bennett ] to be insolveiit.tlicrefjrc lJttiee I .
Dradlcy \ -
than the threatening via one ehould the fault Embroidered Collars, "Ribbon Tiimmed |
great Cellars.
!!cs or and Collector of Leon county at ihe election is hereby given to nil having cl.iim a un-t ( !
be rei.ewod. pemm i: Embroidered Skirt, j Ladies and Mi. .
-I ;es Seta, | i:'. wir'rillj
in October next raid estate to and file the same wi'h fh'Judge I .
9. Yevcr gin (hi'.drtn: aoytUrg localise tljcy appear I; Ladies i and Misres Em'lxl Handkerc1! iefc", j I --( I .
of Prolwite sail I county, on or before the 2.1 I day of -- -
cry for it We arc authorized to announce I January nexthen there will be a pro rata di-tribu-i Marseilles Collars. White and colored I PROMPT PA YIXi MEX AXD CASH :/ t : ( Joct!? piing G'ocd&
10. On no aeconnt allow them to da at one time : Swiss i and Jaconet Flouncinfj. i .
tioa of said cstitennioii the creditorsof paid esta'e : 'J"u.JJ l..J: ,
,'h:1ttIU have wouM) bare forbidden, under the JOHN IL RHODES a* a candidate for Tax.As-**. : !I *. Edgings A Inserting, I
D. W. O\\ YN.V. Judge of Piobate. j ( IIF: un'ei.igned ii cow rccci\inj f tone :ew
Lie efreuubtauee at another. Real Linen I LookatthsI TML
A
1 for and Collector of Leon county t\ the cn"uirg : Jade" 2. 159. 27-Cm I i York via Savannah, a lure ttotk cfLAPICS
II. T'"h them that the only ure way to aj>pcar I election in October. -- -- I Ta.sels A Girdles for Trimming E.isqie\ -- I

good is \. b* good. I 1-- -- ----- u.___ __ ._ I Fancy Dress Tiiinmings, Honntt Ribbon. 'i iliuban ; TTAV1NG e'tabliMed my Imsiurg fOnt C.\SII ; DBCSS GOOD,
12. Apett-'loin thorn to make their little recital Notice.DITr.Jo I Daliia" )Fancy A Plain Belt Ruin I II I 1! JLJL BASIS, and alwi..Ior the LONG CREDIT .' .

,Uli f-er&ct trutlu I',I 'Wearcrequcsted to announce abf. from the Feather ItiblxMH j! anti tl.ere"re. LONG ]PRICE SYSTEM, I am now EiEEAmoI
Slate
--- I EDWAP.D- WEST, EM) as a tandidats f",r the I II i will my act as ncc sgint.lIEN.. my brother I Fancy and Edge black Trimming Velvet Ribbons,, prepared to offer lice who may fave r me u ith their I' Lroror.1 r.ot(,. I I Chintz Or :nli.f"
I of ice of of Probate for my 'rn.1X AMPLE LQHVALENT FOR LONG Organdy '4 8 Skirl,' I ITtd Ja-rnt!,
: Leon
PUCD'.II ('cu'4GO.-J.Ln \Vatliin5ton, Judge county lit the i, : CIIAIRES, Jr. .
n Chintilly Veils, I } A- Plain Rntbcs.French. 44 4
auney 2 Morilt .
I I CREDIIS. in goods (.r the best qttaht cs ar.d luott I dupe, | Crepe %
jxvcirtor of I"Un1..mon., and Wra. S. Turner ensuing election in October n -xt.MESSRS. ._ Ju-.eC3.l5> '.'.. 2C-4w. Flowers. i 1'arasuls! i Fare, ., approved *t) I lea at'heL..owest : 44 "a Lcz, I Solid C. Banget.j .
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have made k1nleb.r eiC\btmt'nt" ------ -- -
-i Virginia just : Tfarrge R,-}..!, Pine Api.1* MtK.sk] ;
in rxal estate in Cliicago. TIIf't..lalauwuJtuf i iI ; cr: KDHOKS-Please announce Pen. & G-co. Hailrcad.J FANCY A S'l'API.R I i Cash Friocs.Par3oriv \ Grenadine Robes, I'j French 1..uC.

J1U'ba"'* i*eaid to be J155.WHI. Mr. Washington 'I I C. L. DEillLLY as a euct'idate for rc-tlec- I II i xL-r GOODS : \s iio have bc't-n IT the )habit if ordering ,; Prrited Lawn and Crilli: nts, .t... .?c.
lone pojxhuced tio! fttt riici Cj' lIIt. by 200 feet in I| 3 .' thiir : ( New Yoik and New Orleans will Plain: Bordered cud! Mcir
J lion to the office of Tax A" cs"ir and Collector t>f i Fancy lVilliant.: ''ti-i..bnrc f Uf pin rent Antique ParafoJe
.
JC'rtb.fur!.J.Otll.tca.J-I'tfltJta lPO.tt.Jfl' ,2 ,i v ._. .a q.t' .11 :lIuc1Ua, P rowu bhirting. i I Jo well t-> ():.:10( mj stock I>tf re iloiu: s), as I I Mintiil.is, French! Lace J..jnl Velvet! TfiisPHtlMantle
I
Leon the
.. at election in Ktober
Hourt \-.rOl%" is (,ideally Icing the Landeorae | Couuty next. :! AC' JrAt I C Plml!. (mend j I will coiisfantl] ktcpon" han.l a stock of Heavy Dry'' ?, CL ntilia Lace Mantle: and SI b'IV:',

for **John A. Washington." i MANY YOTERS. 41 nnglUh 1 Pri'jts.j i Drown DiKIs, I i I Good, PiaiitRtLn l.r].lIes aid Implements! GnoceI I Bonnet and Ddt Ribbon, Dress Trim-nirtfB. .:... if..,

e -- ---- __ --r- ._ I r will b! a meetinj f,f (the St.icUol] .lors cf ,, 14 Fiends i i Mini ters PUdi, ties and ell "tli.r] Goods requir.d in (Lie roiiktt; :. I). l'. WILSON.

A r&sDwmat..1e doitor litely informed Iii friend .L' the Ptnsacol.i Ji Georjia Raiirwd; Company 1.He I .t Curd MarseiUes A 1'1".Cheeks/ t I ttl.Lli I w il''1t'lIl't a ruafouaUe! advance oa (the ou.\*

in a large eompnn: that be had been i\i-inij right ) ltrlu.b b'r tisrn\rlfs.--; Wednesday. the ir.th..f Jut'IIf'XI.llt Tall Itl.I &, I iiae Cloth, Maiboro Plaids! & Shire, I mat diet Cr the Cal l I., or to prrnipt pajmg "'CII. who To Cash Purchasers.

<\aya in the (.un1 r)'. .Yes" .lid one of the pnriy' purfuit.t 1.1 afJjouiutnctit! at the re;ul-r n.efl'ing: in Saxtrall S\HS Jlns'in: Fancy Cotton.dt, : ,ill l cjrceto lily their atcot.nt <>r give me tl!.irpaj I
Las nnnounce-1 .. _. December la-t. F. II FLAG(ft.S at such !. durtig: the I ] would find it to tluiradvan.
"it been in tne tiiejutirnalV .I = -- : -'- _.-=7"I Wit A DjitetUSwi': D.tijiiis j: per pins year a* i.uy ";Irc. I CASH punluseM
"All !"*said the doctor rtrctcl ing Ida necl, and looin \. j .ci tary. : India Twill Lcuu Cloth. ,'CrowD d. BracTi! Cacb | Orders from the cf-u.tr\ \l:! be filled with! care to esaminc. bf.'rp pwh .inj; el ew'bt't",

ery imporlanl| "1'1'ay in what "'rms?"-" In 'I Copartnership Ifotice. June. .18., ie.9. 23Tallahassee I Tllp" Check, Pillow Case, Cotton aol 1 an.]atiell'i"lI.( nil the gouus warded. by tie first the lui-.< and well selected sleek t.r Fancy on.! ?lv

what termWhy. as well u I can rfnirmbrr it HAVE this day acsociatcditli me in the mcrantile -I --- -- -- ------- I Ladies and Misses Open I I.in"I' opportunity. pIe Goods at D. C. WILSON'S.

is nearly in the follow : "Tlure wan last verL I c ] busir.cts, n.y son, Railroad. I vroik Hi tie, ,Linen Shitting, I I I CALL AKD EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES. \

ut't'ntJ' even iuHrnien'.n lefsthan the week before.. I II.NTIIIILY I i i'VT. CiinoliiKi Muslin, {Alleuda.Ii! Brown t Bleacli -_ I

-- -- R. vc7iL1soiqThe j jl f.l.....) 2 -i fA iilZ I TOOn1pt] I II'1I New Style of 14 Shir-n;. NSW GOODS i SPRING AND SUMMEROIOPIiITG
I l business in future will be conducted uuder tie .r- -_.. --- I lloopkirt, 'Fancy
1'trif11' l1 tirr5. I i lIlmelItJle and fit in of : I, Ladies Corsets with hip1!White Navy Duck i FOR I I Ii

._ .. r INHERE "ill Ce a meeting < f I tb] PtocltlnVV's! of Euppoiters attached, Fanner Dull, -
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I D. WILSON &. SON. : .1. the Ttl1ahJ'l'e ]Railroad: Coin pain' on V,'c,Ine Canida Cassimcres, Planters Linen, i Spring and Sum.m.cr.'r f
. : MINTIKILY! : r1CV Peliian Ca'sln'eres: Brown L Bleached Linen lOuu 1'obt.a and Drtrs ]'aUellls of the AaiiotK lute TilE LATEST STYLES FOR 1C50
r
| The business mil be Continued at the old ftat.d nod day. the 13th of ditty n< xi, a. Tall iha'-oe, in r.cwrdai.cc I | I .
WHAT IS IT ? I I l."|'' the very libcial patronise Leretodre .toueil. vith a otc at the l.ict annnil meeting. Black Drab Deta Duck and e-rrabe! Stales and of Fahncs from the finest i j! -AT-

upon me v ill be cxtiuJcd to the IK-W firm. I F. H. FLAGG, Secretary. 'I Farmers Satin CltineseGrans Cloth.Fti. ] aol rid.r!t to the most subtintial and durable, \a :!

THATVO.NDEIIH L J'n:1F'rIxna'rl': 1) C. WILSON.J June 18, 1R39. 25 I !II ryingin rri -from 75 ecats to 70 dollar j D. C. WI L S 0 Ii'S.-

lJal) b8 I-l 1, 189. J8-tf ---- Gienaihnrs, ISerapes.filk. ,
C1ph lactic Fluid ly -- ------- ----
) I Boots & Shoes n / **
For Sale. : Tissue. Organdies, I
SPRING AND SUM.vnill HATS
JJiit it a Xtie fiiteonrv ll i* life r .l/lt,f LritrtxJRtteanh. In Chancery in Leon Circuit Court-BUI I Snaimer Silks! Mus'ira.Piiinir .

It ti trtuinph of: Stuntijit Sl ill! Partition. AGOO TWO HORSE CAR- 9 I Ladies Creole Highland Gaiters, I Silks Cu'.lLrii i
for The Latest for 1859D.
-rT is a Chemical Uuion of matrnals.] provided by AND HARNESS for tt 44 French EriUJHots, Pique Cloths] Marseilles! Printed Licrns. I II I Styles

_1- Nature herself for rendeiitig rule the air wo Thomas H. Hale Ex'tr. of sale. ApplvtoJune i 44 Colored Highland] I I -AT .

Ueutlie. Its action is in obedience to fixed 1"11.Qt'Il'K t"*. JuLuv.11&le'l P. n. ]iROKAW. I 44 Congress Gaiter, Eeavy Dry Goods.

William M. Fri?rlon and 4. 1859. 23 44 Gip ey Bukir.s, D. WILSON'S
SUitE{ l'OU'UrUI4 'viie R. M. Frictson aud Catherine 11 t 4 4I -- .- -- ----- 14 Heel Slipper!, Osnabergs, Brown Domestics, Plaids! and Stripes i ;
It purifiea dwellings. iuk\ kitchen I his wife. John C. Rouse sod Caroline! AMES & LIVELY 44 Y t]lvet Slippers, I by Ihe 15 :Ie. Piece cr Yard. I ManhlO.. ?. 12 :

It removes all offensive odms ; I F. his .ife. Jo eph L. Hate, Edward I 44 White Kid fell:per-4, C..tlon3.'ell. Linen Drill and Duck lri'b Linen, : -_. -- -_._---- --

It cuiee burns with ill tallt 'YlI01ES.\tE\ AND nET.ILDEALEUS \
11 i i"the beet pr
It destroy all vegetalJe and I animal |>oi*>iis; j wife,Robert F.Stafford jr.and Martha ITALLAilAU- Patent fox London Boots
.. & Shawls
It telitvc iu a tew tecotid the Lite of insects, I J. his wife, Washington R Brjdnrell I 44 Call I _0---

bees. itc.It and Susan L. bit wife, Robert L. II.ie.! I : "Nr" 44 New style Cloth Gaitcr, In all the late i
scatter lmi' when forniinj ; j Zilpba L. Hale] and Florida W. llalejIT S III'II'!; Planters Shoe of all kinds, Styles. I i 1 T TST RECE1Y1NC OUR STOCK Or GOODS

It soothe boil when formed aud !lieal them appearing from the affia\it! of comp'a.mnt! 01a.VA"-\v: Mi.ses Fancy Gaiters.-- I RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS. i fj cos i n>a crJry

rapidly. I OI. L. Hale, Executor thit R-.bcit F. Staffed I II'\ v .- Black: Gaiters, G\-ood.s
It i is good for carl uncles ulcer, cmin and sores IT., nod Sraitha A. his wife, also Robert F. Stiff.nl, 44 Heel I Slippers HATS AXD CAPS. I.I I. ;

It cleanses the teeth and purities tin" breath, t jr., and Martha J. his wife defendant in the above I I I 44 Lace Boots. I I I GROCERIES AXD If..l.lZD1I".1JZ; .

The worst nvroptonsof and Seailet: Fever cause reside beyond the lirufts cf this State: It Ii !- ( Children' Fancy Ankle Tic, BOOTS, SHOES AXD CLOTIIIAC. i
mitigated by the of this Fluid it has been I cg.L 44 Diauond Boots I Hats Boots Shoes &C
ore tie ordered that notice of the institution of (lie cau-o be .
known to check the of Fever Families I I .o\c\\ 44 Colored Biota, I Plantation !
spread Typhoid in published in some newspaper publuLi-d: in the city of Goods. lION) & CO.:
and upon plantations. Tallahassee for two months, And that .siJ defciidat. Goat Lace Boot", j

Leading physicians i are usinir it in Charleston, Cc- appear and censure p'en! or demur to the cor.ipl.vo-I F LA-Ii I 44 Bronze Gaiter ;' IHTarclware Sz> Cutlery LloydApnl 2, 1E59. 14-tf. .
lumbit Sav.immh. AII 1.I"t.'. Atlanta. Macon, C jura- I aitil'a bill on or before tbe first Monday in OLIO! er I Boys Tot Is. Boys Furap-iole Gaiter, -- ----

bus Montgomerv Scluia.] Mobile] aud New Organs. next. Done feud ordered at Chamb his 51h July] .A HI! : now rcc'ivirg a larce Hud reeL-snpply,! of 44 Cat! Oxford Ties EMBROIDERIES & HOSIERY. -For Sale '.

The liu'piulof New Oilcau aud Mobile are 1859. J. WAYLE3 BAKER, Judge. I! u.JL c\cry variety of articles kept bv Dru.gists. 44 Kip Brogans, Boys Goat nro : .
using i*. I J'LL.\TERS PHYSIc'lAXS -.- --. --- Oil Cloths and : ROCk Pcb !: Sap SzgoCCtceeerwletec. Crsck-
: July 9, 1R59. :88wNew : I Matting. Mackerel, ),y "EOSD & CO.
JIllI.ita1s.rp l"atit'ne. hip irlsslcrs. manufactu and others, ,ill find at this establishment '
always a Z 1859. 14-tf
I Lloyd April -'
rer. plantcis. physiciaiis furuubed b) the gallon at I / Hats & Caps : HAILS IHOS ASB SALT
reduced rate. Volumes-July 1859. i! full supply of n'r'tLing needed in our line and on i I II J
For .alc by druggists and merchants i as liberal terms as they can be had in any Southern 'I Gents Fashionable Cas hats, I 10.Java end Laguira CofTcc for sale! br u
country : pene I 1 Mm Vet Orders Mail otherwise t ] .. B .
rally from wlmui order we ro j ectfully "iC'lt.! rpHE AMERICAN PHREKOLOOICAL JOUR by promptly attended I Silk" CORNICES AND CURTAINS BOND i CO.

Try at least one Lo.tU.Priet 50 c..ute. Follow _L NAL-Devoted to Phrenology Phvsiologv. Meclianism. to and filled with the same correctness all if I 44 ML Yemen Caas Lloyd April !, 188 11-ti ": ;
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directions.J3T i Education. Agriculture, the Natural Sciences I pt'rson illy pnrehased by Customer To Cacti and Pearl Caw Windsor lists I YANKEE KOTI055 AND CROCKERV.

Manufactured only in the Labaratory cf and General Intelligence is profu,tlv Illuftra- prompt time buyers, \re feel confident in MJin. -we j j I 44 French Case I "" NAILS AND IRON, for sale by .

J. DAUBY. Auburn. Ala. ted with Engravings; and published monthly at One 1 can give them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK oom- Panama Groceries and Fruits. BOIcD&Co.
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For ale in Tall ha sce b\ AMES A LIVELY Dollar:: a 3 ear, 10 copies for f 5. Every Family,and pri>esI 44 Leghorn J Straw I I .Lloyd. April 1859. 14-If '.
have Dru:!. Dye Stuff, OIL PAINTS AND AGRICULTURAL I IMPLEMENTS ---- -
and by Drurtpt* generally throughout the State.N. especially all young neo should a copy. I! Boys French Brown Hat. ,
)Medicine Ynrnish Sheetings and Sbirtinis, foCtala
Pearl Cvwimere Hats.
D Pers OSYADUr.GS.
*fB| tiUhing .vil. .ro.att'r., Ac. anal ,
BONDAOUI
vzed can have it done ou reasonable terms by reodlug I THE WATER-CVKK JOURNAL-Devoted to I Perfumery Chemici&1PUUl.Burning, Fluid, Trimmed French Maricabo Hat 4< Kept constantly on hand and told albot one price/ oyil. April 2. IS5 l-tf ',

to l'1of. J. UAiiBY. : Physiology, Hydropathy, and Ute Law of Lie and Iniath. i I'ainu. Cumphine .1 I 44 Saxony Panama and that the lowest. C&t& without deTiativn. .

March I!. 1S59.: _11-ly_ __ __ : ] Guide to Heakb and Longevjty. Published ; Oil, Glass Ware, I Leghorn I. GEO.W.SCOTT. SHOT and Powder. Candy and Lemou a)rap;
ntoiitblr Dollar 10 copies* for ?5ThtM .- 1 I March 19,1839. 12 Fluk). Aleoiiol Torpentiae, '
Tbe Great Drawback to penoas roilgratnn In the at One a year: Fine Soap. Window GLis j 44 Plain and Fancy Straw Hit >
extreme wmtii and western country, lathe lest they hate Journal arc too well known to Deed cpecialIS" Fine Tooth and hair Manufactured Tobacco I I Tea, Brown,Lmf and Crushed Si-jar*,. < -
<* the Fever and A(rue-the most diretm of *IMi eae*. iET eleierip.iud. It t Sperm and AcLraujtine Candles '
Bru be Patent Medicine, : >
) 4v 'e bear of peixtn attacked by (hit disease and SUNDRIES : For sale l-y BOX d CO.
made litlplrw In a bon time without any means *f nfforJ- Paint BrosheFioe Havana Segars .. 1. .
tag.h.o. In.,kw o. the |rr at demand for a remedy." Dr.lIueTrrTEK U-ForTbrt'fl Dollar, a cnpy of both Jeurual Surgical Inetruments, Medicine Chest. I I Gentlemen' Clothing. I Yanlce jTolions, Lloyd, April i 2,1833. 14-ti- .
h bill celebrated -Wtter*, wbncuraUt
powers presented f<*all 4iee of the stomach hire been and Life Illustrated will.be hilt fur one year; suited to Plantation and Family lire, I Hardware, Facer' Groceries, I FLORIDA RAIL ROAD OFFICE.TMXAXDJ,18th T r.nnorar, PANAMA"JLJ atdTRAWEA1 ;

unlreMnllr acknowledged. The M Bitter"p-p*' after aIngczcTicIM.e for Two Dollar] *,half a j ar.ffffinen rt'EE "WISES & BEAXDIES MiiDirnijiL porpOM .I Saddlery] I Iron .h Xailo.Liquors I Jan, 18S9. f for sale 11 ? -pej' tt CO
| and deep Ktudr IIn'. rveelved Ihe encomium Ctockery A Glassware of all kind "Vf OTICE Ia hereby given that on' and after tIle '
*ol the ntrthl eminent |.hj. n. a* well a* all elanc Htmtbtrt tent gratis cc "pplitaliI I .-ALSO-- 'I LloydApnl2,1859. )4.t :1'
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JJN let September next tM faIn t or Frdzbt -'l :1 ,or. _" .1.C1
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from every pan of i.urcounir) Totbuoe mho doubt the r IJ JEC.J I -
many I irtuet.aU _e can MT i* to try them. Jn4 Judge for AI.KXT WA> n.-Address Fowler Wells, 308 t 800 OUNCES SULPtTQUININE.D. this road iriil be bcrea-. d.I a 4 ADDLES Brid-U1IfH.r ,fBY JafiWCi&ale

thein.elies.old retpectlrely. BroaJvay. New York. > H. AMES iL LIVELY. CARRELL & ALVXWELL I A. IL COLE.SepafesJeuP.I p ) by ':1' ) :6B'. C(

-'bythvgtstaand K* aa\ tt'na''B'dcslort tn nottiti ner column.ny, ererTichety' i July ?. 1$.'. Cd-it I May 14, 1859. 2U Mereh' 19.185'I. 12 !I June 25, 1869. 2C-10w Ud5 April ,..DC. t r "iI
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. The Elorldian &, Journal I WHLTAM P. SLTJSSEE, -1 DENTISTRY.Dll. HOSTETTER'S? WOOD, EDDY & CO/S I g Spring Millinery !


. \ Is publuhed every SATURDAY, by TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA BITTERS SINGLE NUMBER t LOTTERIES.C1IAKTEEED : MISS II. MCRSCREAU i

' UMCS s. JONES & CHAS. K. DYKE, I } ,
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MAUFACTVRER OF COI'PEU..rI ASOfcllEEl fbr the ears ftdlaettton*,Jttnuttt ( BY TIlE STATE OF CEOEGU.) receiving. at the NEW sntriso, crff, itc tie

: At Two DOU.A. jer annum, in advance. IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AM RETAIIDEALEB S natvlatcy, Lou .cay dio/ -. IS Episcopal chuich a fashionable atsoitmrut ifSPMXG
inaction .
; I ix Pnix, FASCY AND JirAA>rtWAKE. I of Conplnintt t\t StomaeA, or & Mi ap CapitalTICKSTBOKJ.Y Prize $50OOO _IA7 SUMMER M1LLIXERY,
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.Onesqnaicnfl ,Ce.
Jfortiu
JtyailfTf, Colic,
II I I t -- --- which she offers cheap to tLc Ladies if Ta1IIIIHe!
Ici first insertion
lines
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In
view
that
of the (
mpmb .
DOLLARS
at 10
Stove enr and icinily.Al
each 60Pcofiieii&Alan I IIcnd-Qnnrtcrs.
subsequent to I I
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I T. J. CUR LEE the human family "more subjected
I 10-tf
7 1859.
1 Business Card insertsJ at?10 A SPLENDID i Al y ,
Parlor innumerable
per : assortment of C< oking. some of the above complaints besides
,. annum.Advcitsmr. : L V and Wood Stovestrimmed wltb"ne.atuu"aod f3 : "VT OULD return his grateful acknowledgements other conditions in life, which IVOOD-EDDY :4- ('O., ]llmf.fr.f, -- -
> j i T T to the citizens ol Southern {Jeorgia, and Mid ; i Zinc White
uts not ruarkud with the number of durability, at reduced prices. TS. by the assisUnca of ft little knowledge or Successors to S. SWco.. Pure ,
e insertions will Le cunliuued until furbid, and charged idle and Eat Floii.la for the very liberal patronage 1 exercise of sense,they able ; '
;, Out Door AVoih.RtKifing. I received fiom them duilng the past five orlix "ar.. I common may l (Ground in Prtparul Lintrt.il Ud t
: scoi rdinfily.J3 ; ) habits of diet, S
t 4 ? Certificates of publication of l'-illl or cstntenotj .Ornamental Front Heads Guttering.Copper I lIe will continue the practice of the ..Lopr..f...- I so the t assistance regulate their of a good tonic, secure An wit permanent TIE following Scheme will k drawn by \ ) I \TL have jUt received a frcth mpply t>f tin

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paid. Zinc. Lead Pipes. Patent Cistern Pump. Shop w or 1 rrnngemen's! with manufacturers of Dtntal Mutrri- desired object, tho true course is. Lotteiy. iu each Qf teir Siugle 1u.llr Lte!I IfU manufactory anti offer it to tie public nilb n.ost per
pursue
S of every variety done at short notice. *ala, North as to enable him to put up FILL stts of I eeitinlythatwhicb t a for July, l9. It Auglln. (;ergI3, in pub i iI feet confidence pi'SSfSfiiuj ALL the QUALlTlDi

BLACKSMITHING City nnd Country Mrclanus teeth, in any of the )porulr modes at from Ji/tv to state of thing at willln.uce leat. baur oLtura yill I lic under Ihu suiperiuitet.dense .r Cmo.iseuners. I| \hi>h uuJu a Faint MOST DESIRABLE vu : Us

fjt JiunJreJ dollars\ ks than is usually tharged fr .I strength and life ; for this Hotdtr'0 C.l",", 2; IJluwl.lt"rJ :/, J.' 2, Ii; i iI lSCOlI'AI AnLE BRILLIANCY OK COLOR,

-0- Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur the sanie in the South; (he means what he ta s.Jand) i has introduced to this country a pepara- (tM 2S /VanSaturday.. Jf ?. 1S5;>. FREEDOM fr"rulll POISONOUS QtTAl 11 It-S-

.5 I cbatir.g elsewhere. guarantees them to be as M'BABLE BFUTIHL auJ I ion called HOSTETTER-S STmACI I (luI:9Jr( aturd" Jut:I I. 1S59.7iuu I NEVER INJURING THE HEALTH Jf tb. nork

NOTICE i hereby Sivcn that t2T": N. B. All articles manufactued from the very bFcvicEABLK as can be put up North or South. BITTERS, which at this day no I <. SO I,Ot baturtiaif, J.d.i' l9.! men cr inmates of i.ewlyintrd| Plrtll..utll-iIS

t. 'LACIt'IUTUING 1'i'siIKEM I| best material and warranted durable. No other art. Those in need of his ftt\tve, can, by hoppin a medicine., but one that has been d for Cfiuw :31 /V
L will be continued as beietcf..r :i lewill be offered for sale. note to LIIII at either Mont cello or Madison, }'1a, I years giving satisfaction I all who have I TIOr\ and its GREAT SUPERIORITY to White

c! < &t tic OLD STAXD of D. C. W1LbO. iu the i October 20, 18 55. 42 have the work done, aud time to tut it bifvre paying use it. The Bitters oprt powerfully upon I 77/i: PI.A yOP_ SIXGLEXl'3ir.ERS.. I II j I.e id iu all tK; various nets t" which: the latter ba*

tunnel ttyle aud firm of for it : liver, relorinqttm heretofore' applied. Fur sale 1'1AlIE

i BICHABDSON'SDAMASKS t1r Tlie best references given i ifde red. I II to a healthy and rigorous action, and I 50,000 TickeTs ; & LIVELYMiy .

H. B. Fitts & Co. ecerober 25, 1858. fi2 by the simple procina of Btresgthening i :1. HnJ.n: _
1'ttIZES _
__ I enable the to 5,1S5
I rEt.I: SEt :r im N" S nature system triumph over
1 Hraleful for the heretofore cxtendi-d them I
patronage I disease. Diarrhoea, or flux, so : HAIL\OXE 11IZRTO, EVFRY NINE TICKEKTS j MILES NASH & CO.
j they are now bitter prepared aud determined to I DIAPERS; Ac. R. A. Shine, Jr., generally contracted dyeoler and I --S !
leter. '' Medicines &c.
UX1FICEXT Dealers in Drugs ,
11 r SPARE0 PUSS T fONSUMERS c-f RICHARISUH'S 7-ne}_. and those I now receiving and will eon-taully keep on hand caused principally by the watr I SVUSJ/E' ,

I V/ desirous of obtaining the gtuuitte Joo l&. should IS aiul 8t-1I thtap for ta.'h a loigc svck! of OlxOCCRlr and diet, will b speedily regulated by a TO BE DUA-nX acdus.tTrancy 1: JULY! JUST i\'d frtmi New Yirk per bark R.II. Oftm-
.1 on their; rnrt to accommrdite all who m." favor I brief of Dyspepsia, : grwral urtment of article in our In? ..
y use preparation.
'0 that the articles they pnichs are sealed with :. acid asBacon. I Prize of... :O.oO 1 Prizesof. .SUOO;
then with their patronage, S (he full name of the firm, 1 I Mo Polk I Mess Beef a disease which is probably more prevalent I" . : 5') ... such, a* 0:1" of alinofet every kind Burningr Jo1m.t.
ri I I Flour I I Laid. I I Hams, when taken in all it vrious forms, than 1 .. 20.00 10.000 l'O( .. '50\4 I \\hit* Lead. 7nx and} other paints \indow Clara of
SUCH AS 1 KIUIAEDSOX, SONS A OWDEX the which ( best Bru h .. Pota--h.Soda. Sjmikl: -
other cause alwaysbe Putty : <
j (I'lam and Sugar Cuteti.) any ; may 1" . 5.00' 100 . ZOO rjuahiy.
k Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re- j .. a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the Sx rup. I Yankee l:-nns, J butrsrf all Lim!., | G ff.'e. attributed to derangements of the. digestive I e. 4lIO : 100 .. I OI" GvIatuiMLondon Mu. ard, i'rtlicit Brandy (vey beef)

-' paising Carriages and Bug IF S Cixnla.j And ill oilier tides usually needeJ ky fju.ilies orerans. can be cured without fail by. .. 5,000 ]0 .. luOI for medicinal purposes, Spice Pepper. I. ftSrup.
j This caution U rendeied essentially asS using HOSTETTER'S STOMACH D1.TE Inks.Quinine Pvrurum Fluid Kitract Buchu.
i \ IJ necessary und on I'llmtatios.A
'Plantation work J
4 gics, of directions on the bottle. I ..tj.przZzrtrtkio Pnt' and tinent of PatentMedicines.
large quantities infciiornnd defective Uucn areS lot <-f Irish Potatoes and Onions fir pLinting. a i per tc. .te. a general a'* Popular

S every description, I S j-repared season after season and sealed with the Also on baud, a jiiaitity of Dry Uoot!", \\hith; will | di1ca8 every physician: will recommend 1 4 11.u of 100 srpro'if. lu 50.000 prize are$1.100 I We keep u.ue but the url best and

Jut Irons and repairing same, Ironing'a.\ ".lIne of 7? S
and Carts l 1(55 of the injury thus inflicted alike on the Auuiican nag an article -I 20" .lOO! I II" NASh, i CO.
I gons I I 1559.; 4 1.11)0"
!_ __ __ have their Bitters as a .
and iu fact every other tliscriptiuo of woik inade <>f consumer and l the manufacturtrsof the geuuiue Goodecc I Every country preventive 0 223 6,000" 900' I II Marih 20. 183(5 18BLACKSMITHING

Iron mid SteL all of which %e WAEKAXT,and pledge ill nut readily abandon a business so protiuble, j Insolvent Estate Notice. of in disease, and and!strengthening them o I 4 Ou OO" 4.UI ",. 600 ,
the general
l ourselves to execute at the short*kt notice. | cc bile purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a I there system is not to bo found among a more I I. ]$U" =.UO 600 r: !
I Stat of Florida. ) I healthy 0 "
]00"
uithleps character. 1" 1,5uu 400
I ii. u. FITTS & co. than the German, from E undersigned has resumed work* _
March. 1SC9. BULLOCKE i J.B. LOCKE, Agents I I County of Leon l" C I people I 5.0GO prizcs ur 20 .Ut..l 00,000 fpllC -
12. H-ly bused scientificexM.TimcnU
it I' emanated upon ,, town and has opened a Shop ir>
SO Church bt. New Yoik. 1 TT ALEY T. BLOCKER administrator de bouisLL ]'reparation __ I '.
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I to advance 1-
which has Mr. Kuhu's Car-{
1 Sept. 18. 1658. SS-ly LIon of the estate (>f Joseph Uhner late of [ aU.llded l'iizes amounting to. .. ._ .. I IWnoL the same LuilJi..1CVith
in the .IS
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Broome & Thompson, Leon county deceased having filed in the Probnte the destiny of this great preparation ; 3O.OO riuire ShOlloppu..ite! the Exchange, where all kind.-
I I Ilt'icl scale of science.FEVER TcaaTs.l0; IILvnt f 5. QUARTERS }*j. of BUuk.smithing will be d..oe I with neatness and
LForiactiac:1i2:11 F1a.0 office of said cvuuty, a written u<;g.stion that lie Lei
: Livery and Sale Stable. I i lieves the estate of the said Juetph ITltner to be insolvent :.t eIe-LL.4i: 5a01c17.q C"l-fth-loerli villCs i despatch. lIe can refer with confidence to these
AND AGUE. ., to auy out< "i"oUI ofrttttimg{it fflC 1 who have patronized him berct.f re for the character
E undersigned gives no- theiufoio notice is hereby givui to all persons -
(PilE undesigned Iiave forme.) a en-pnrtner-hip '1"n lice, that he has purchased I having ckiuis against said eetute to appear andfile T trying lad provoking disease, wic fixes Itjrelenllca .rtifi.ates of -uCu-be sold at the follow I of his wtJl':. FRANCIS PAYNE.
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i under the name of BKOOME
the transaction of a >\illiam II. Newsom,in Tallahassee together with the I county ou or before the 20th day cf September next, a mere shadow 1 a short space of tie,and rendering1 ----------- --- -

GLXERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS good will of the establishment, and that he is now \i ben there v ill be a pro rata distribution cf the fund Urn phjiioJly and mentally) ue can b deree Certificates. ol Package M vf 1 10 Whole) Tickets.. .. .80 : P. B. BrtOKAWS.

prepared to carry on the business in all its branche, of said estate IImollgit the ereditois *f said estate. and driven from the boil//the use of IIOSTETTEU'3 10 Half .40
of Fernandma. They *ill give I LIVERY AKfl SALE
in the prompt JO .
city I Quarter 20 : STABLES
I and promises the public with good accommodations D. W. GWYNN. Judge of 1'rob.ite. RENOWNED BITTERS. floe anr of the above
the Rale of cottou and other *
Attention to or shipment 10 10
I iu his line on reasonable terms. March 10. 1650. 12-6m I stated disease can not b rnt 1 ben exposed t Eighth TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
and will make liberal advances on consign .
produce ---- S I
RICHARD SAUNDERS.Sep. ---------- ordinary conditions producing them, if th. Bitten
nicuts for sale here,or for shipment to their friends inSavannah any ['HE Proprietor would inform
_ 6, 1856 36INSURANCE of Schedule. a used u per directions. And a* it neither creates SPARTA ACAIEMY\ ) LOTTERY '
N. Change I. bill friends nod the
Charleston York --- - I W.
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or Liverpool. nausea the and rendering unnecessary !
iETNA Do oleo paa. No. 40B public, that he has re1luiltbi._ _
will negotiate in the principal markets of the any of diet or interruption t nsuiU C1nss ,
They chg 1' arge Brick Stables, at tbe old stand, sod is *ou
United States, the sale of Bond issued by the State CONPANYOF 0't \ I ants,bo promotes sound sleep and healthy digestion, Draws Wednesday, July "ih 1859. I prepared to accommodate his friends and custo uanz

1 -by the several llailroad Companies the eoun COMPANY.U. the complaint I thus removed as speedily as I consistent -- - lie also hits attached to his Stables,a good Blacksmith
HARTFORD. with the of and .rma- ON TIlE THREE NUMBER PLAN.
I lies, or incorporated towns, and other gucd securities production a thorough p II Shop where he will have have done all kinds of

'. S and will receive and execute orders for investment II S. MAIL LINE. neat cure. Plantation work Horse shioviuigaud Carriage work in

in the same. They will! attend to the purchase Incorporated in ISM.-Charter Fcrpetnal.CASH --- For Persons in advanced years 75 Numbers 12 Drawn Ballots. I the very t.estmanner and with promptnees and di.-

or sale ofRCAL The public are respectfully informed that the Who a suffering from .enfeebled constitution and -- -- --- -- -- i I patch. .

t 1 ESTATE IN THIS CITV, -0-- STEAMSHIPS Infirm body,these Bitten a Invaluable u a restors Nearly one Prize to erery Iwo Ticlrts.I | Novembers, 1853. 44

I CAPITAL,,-81,000,000. ANDMagnoliaGa1veston live of strength and Yi and needs only t b triedto
: or in any town or county in the Middle, Eaxtern or b apprt. ; a mother while nursing,. CRAKO PRIZE OF 36000. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness,
Soulhtrn VUtriftt 'IQriJ.,. Persons bat such .
of
* ci for tale will do well to furnish them ug Jl Lts, I i INSUEE AGALNAT LOSS AM) PAMC.E BY FIX: these Bit a Indispensable, especially where (hi 1 Prize cf .16.000 I 4 Prizes of ..$6,000 For Sale by P. B. Drokavr.l S

. S. property of location improvements i ON TERMS 1lIAPTFnTO THE HAZARD, "V\7"ILL leave New Orleans; and the various Floii- mother's nourishment I inadequate t the demands 1 Prize of. .. 10,000 6 Prize of . 4.000 I "
with accurate dKcript'ons AND CONSISTENT WITH TIlE LLWS IIE Subscriber
quality
, price. term,. tc, with the name uf tomeS OF COMI'tNdATION. T I' ida Ports, as par following Schedule: of the child,consequently her strength must yield, 1 Prize of . 9,070 I 6 Prizes. of . 2,000 l ._ ,./J. large supply just of received Carriage
Leave New Orleans on the 15th A. 29th. and here it here a good tonic, such as Hostettcr'sStomach Me, who wlIahow the on B. C. LEWIS L i
person pioperty application.I Agent Buggies, aud Harness, which he offers
Arrive Peosacola. Bitters needed impart strength; 27,814 PRIZES AMOUNTING TO 513,1001
the it
16th 20th.
the ettlenB > claims on I t temp
I will attend to < nt against For Tallahasse and vicinity. for sale on the most reasonable terms. ,
S State Go\crnriicnt fur Leave Pensacvl.n on the tame days.Arrive and vigor&th lem. Ladies .hul by a met I
the Fede'sl or services or August, 1S57. 33 Novemberl8,1854. 46
I substitute during the recent Indian War. Apalachicolaon the 17th i 3Ist or 1st. this remedy ro all cases of debility,and before WhOLE TICKETS $10; IhL\Ei $5 ; QL.\CnM 52.SoIii I
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In addition to their Cornmi'ioun Department, the I 3JKDICAL I\OTICU. Leave Apalachicola on the same days. doing, adit your pbr.uan, who, if he I acquainted ordering- ; Certificates, enclose I the I CONSUMPTION tT AN OLD INDIAN-DOG
Arrive at St Marks the 18th & lit 2d. with the Virtue of Bitters, recommend their Ticket !
on or tie wit
undersigned have purchased the put le I Toll UNCAS BRAT, _while
to for the ordered
S 11 money our Iddre!s Tickts on receipt -
Leave St Marks on the In all easel weuXnns.CAITIOY.
S STOCK cf Goons of Mes rs. ELLIS A THOMPSON J. U. T.\YLOn.I. S. BOND. same days. u c (>f which they will be by first mail I CURED. Missionary among the Indians of
, Arrive at Cedar Key en the ll'th & 2J or 3d. .-We caation the public against the Rocky Mountains discovered
I to which they will make larje ndditioin at an early Drs. Taylor & Bond Leave Cedar Key on the same dajs. uoing any of the many mutations or coun Purchasers caD have tickets ending in any figure they I. a RARE PLAiT, that to
doignate.
.,' rlay. They will keep ooustautly on haul au eiteu- Arrive at Manatee Tampa the 20th & 2d or 4th. t"rfelt, but. ask for lO'1"II'1 CaUUlAt: I may sU31rTIO be a certain cure for Coo proves'
List and umptjuo,
The of Driwn Numbers Prizes be
siTe and will ted Stuck i "I associated in the 1,11 I
ui TAVE each bottle
asset praeticeofMedieine.. Office Leave Manatee sent to after the
.5 Dry (;0011". Hats, I flouts S; Slice, Clotliing! Ii i X L at the OLD STAND (f I>r. Tailor. Arrive at Key West ou the 21st d 4th or 5th. his the words Dr. J. HosU-tter's Stomach purchasers immediately will tl.-io plaint.Nervous Affections,Coughs,
TahlabasseeFrLiusry I. :8:9. 6 Leave Key West on the 12th and 26th. letters"! blown on the side of the bottle, and tI1nhserl please writt signature
llanu-ES (roceiies Li. ; CuM tc. Hating made bid
S Ji ddlery and ( the metallic the Post Office Honnfj and State. now
-- Arrive at Manatee stamped ou covering
i & the 13th & 27th. cup
4 excepted? ,) Pro\ibiong. Plantation Tampa on k, and obeerve our Remember that every Prize is drawn and CONSUMPTION (or cn' and retired from business
1 quors I NEW GOODS7WEBER Leave Manatee d Tampa on the same l.i\s. coi tat autograph signature he will send the and
full witbout deduction. prescription
Door Wiudo'SDnd is doe payable in
j S Utt."nsils. *, Anive at Cedar Key on the 14th & 28th. on l for
of l,000 and under, i CURED.directions preparing the medi-
paid me
other Materials -- Lca-e Cedar Key on the and sold HOSTETTER : prizes
S luiKling same daYII.Arn'P aiPrepared bj 1 :o the drawing-other prizes at the ual cine/iv* oftharg, to all alto desire

,Furniture, Iron, & DANNHEIMER, at St Marks on the 15th
S Hardware and Cutlen-, Castings, and a great I It Arrive St.Marks on the same daj. Urnggkts, grocers, and dealers generally NOTICE TO (' T CONSUMPTION enclosing two stamps (6 cents) to
MERCHANT TAILORS at palaebicrla ou the 16th t 30th. ("Rr'PODE !
the return letter with do-
the UnIted States a
t variety of other article Leave Apaluchicola on the fame dujr. throughout Canada, SOthJmerlta Those \ho prefer not sending money by mail, can URED. scrptionof pay their symptoms. The

I All of which they w ill sell at Whultsale. or RetailS A.M DEALEttS IX Anive at Pensacola on the 17th & 31st or 1st. I ae Germany.] rice the Ad'tutt 2Vy>ws Cotnj>a y, whereby money Old Doctor has cured more than

for CASH, Country 1'roduee, or gtxxl cuminercial 1 ac- READ Y-MADE CL O THING Leave Pensacola on the 17th or 31st or 2d. SCOVIL I MEAD for Ticket: in sums of$10, and upward can be sent 3000 cases of Cwnrmption alone

c cep auces, at prices tlut trill compare farv<.raby! j AND Arrive at New Orleans on the ISth & 1st or 2d. NEW ORLEANS, IA., us at our rbk and any r town CO SUIP'fIO'i.N and hopes all afflicted people will

'I'. S I 'with those of any city iu the South. We invite; iccrchacls GENTLEMENS1 FURNISHING The GALVESTON c1 MAGNOLIA will each make Wholesale %Agent. where they have epnse. The money and order avail themselves of this opportnnit -

. and all other purchasers to examine our stock. GOODS an extra tiip to A palathicola monthly: Sold by i.:. .'nD, Jr., 71. NVMI must be enclosed in a "Government Post Office I. 'RED. as the Doctor wishes to do all

S JAMES E JmOo u:. TALLAHASSEE FLA. Leave New Orleans on the 6th & 22d. ('5)., and A.1.\R E; Lit'iLTallahassee\, stamped envelop- or the Express Company cannot the good be can before be dies.-
S Arrive at Apulacbieola the 7th t 23d. Florida. receive them.
15.V.. THOMl'S N. -S--- S : on CONSUMPTION Address all letters toDANIEL
Leave the 9th A 24th. April 9, 18 15-ly All communications confidential.
I' : February 19. 1839. 6-1y SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving, Apalarhicoia on : strictly ADEE
1 THE .inive at New Orleans the lUth t 25ti.S ------ --- -- Address Orders for Tickets Certificates to
! Store next to R, II. Berry's A uct
, 5" OFFICE EXCEI.SlOn- DSTILLE! Room. a well selected Stock of SPIIISG .\\ I DANIEL LADD Agent. Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo.RAIL.ROADS. WOOD, EDDY &CO, Augusta,Georgia.or Who is his sold agent. '

13 BURLING SLIP, I Ii SUMMER GOODS. suitable forGEXTLEMEXS" Newport Fla. WOOD EDDY i CO, Atlanta, Georgia.or Januuyl,185J. 1-I;


t f; S Cos. WATLK STIIECT.; : OIK.I consisting in part of French and English WEAR,Cloths, Casimeres -December .18 ODE3,-1858.- OST-61jQL. OY- ----- ::3,?"WOOD A list of EDDY the numbers i CO that. Wilmington are drawn, Del from ------Notice.SIX -- .

i t Bi\; : and Vesting of the latest style and best quality --0-- : the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each months after date the undersigned will pre

THOItIAS which they are prepared to make up to order in ore is entitled to, will be published after every draw- his find account and vouchers to the Judgeof
a workman-like and fafhiouable and on RrxfoxABLK Bank of Probate of Leon and for final discharge
manner Columbus Ga. dog in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo) Con- county apply a -
DIST1LLEE OFS I If TJ !s. Also a good assortment of of Schedule. .titutionalii t, New Orleans Dea Mobile Register from the administration on the Estate of Martha .
ADAMS Ca li. "'M.II. YOUNG Preat. Change P. dectased. late of Leon Fla.
C.nIPIIESEI.COBOL & TURPENTINE, I READY-MADE CLOTHING Charleston Standard, Atlanta In- Triplctt county
I ,
f -0 telligencer, New York Weekly Day Book Savannah (Signed) THOMAS H. TR1PLETT.
Cash Capital $100,000 00. ,
S AUo Maiiufactnrer and Dealer in the following ar- mAC and Fancy bilk Cravats and Ties Shirt, Mc- I Department having' ordered a daily mail ser- Morning News, Richmond New York Dis February 12. 1859. 7-6m
S titles nil .f the pure t quality and at the lowest i lion Silk and Cotton Under fchiits, Collars, Seeks, -O TIE between Tallahassee nodValeer's Mill, I Miss Dispth.
e Little
Paulding ( ) Rock
: above will at times b aJd ,
Agency ALL supplied
latch.
Gloves &e. Ac tc.f
laaiV price : rpIIE the Tiain will run on and after the first of ( ) True D.mocrt.N'ov. Notice.SIX
I tii Exchange on New Yoik at current rates; Jauu.lrj .
nURXIXG FLUID w- They would take this method of tendering follows: 14, 18i7. 46-I
Ir Also, on Columbus Apalachicola.. Bills discounted i IS:9,1 I' ; months after date the undersigned will pre
their thanks to their old customers and the public the Pen. Gco. Railroad
On
4- ---
S Spult Turpentine,Tar Pitth, Rosin.Soft,Ink. wl.ite for the lideral bcretofuic bestowed 'i at current rates. Gold Coin for sale. i i : SUPERIOR -:- their final account and Touchers to the Hon.
generally -
patronage Office, ( stairs) over the Store of T. L. Bettn Leave Tallahassee daily at..4 P. M. of Probate of Leon Anti ask to be die- .
J lard and V ijire Turpentine, Coal Tar Shoe and I I13n I up ) Judge county
them and strict attention to their I
1. ilnters. I'itch, Ship Varnioh. Oil Tar, andS 1 business ou, tt merit a continuance hppe by of the tame. Esq. M. P. ELLIS, .\g ot. Arrive at WAlhr Will by .. 5.30 P. 3 I. BURNING FLUID missed from the turther administration of the Estate
at..8 A. 3
Tullahasfre Dec. 1853. 4D daily of Lovet Green deceased,late of said
i'J rjL STORES OF LTCI I. DtXCRIlTIOX; J. WEBEH.L. -- -- --- LAve Tallahassee by ... .._9SO..M WAKRENTED FKE3H. For sale at the Drug JOE DUGOAR.eouuty.Admt'r.

. S IJKTTS': PATENT OAMP1IENE, : DANNIIEIMER. A Card Connecting at Walker's Mill with Post Coaches via E.BARNARD. ELCY GREEN Admfx.

Tlie very bo t innnnfactnred .April. 1850. 14 Mort'cello to Albany every evening of the week excepting _January 1, 1859. __ 1 __ __ __ ___ __ January. 1859. 6-6m
--- ---- ----- -0---
S and Sunday and twice a week connectingwith FISK'S PATENT METALIC
Pure and French Spirits Domestic
S Liquors, at the Lowest Cash Prices. ; NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. S E. L. T. BLAKE Coaches running to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin and Notice.SIX .

WILLIAM GARDNER. the United Stales Land Jacksonville.On. BURIAL CASES months after date, the undersigned will pre
i undersigned begs leave to inform the citi- Register of OJicc the Tallahassee Railroad ,
fJMlE : his final accounts and Toncbeni to the Judge
18-3rn
.l\priI30.1859. TalUlinssce and viuciuity, that ho has _
S TALLAItACSIE, }'LA., Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) of Probate of Leon county as tdarinistrator on the

S Aromatic Tonic Bitters i opened a carriage shop in this place joiningBrokaw's his sen-ices to act as AGETT for persons at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 A. }[ :f'llosCU'OOll :/ estate of Stephen Mintoo deceased late of said

Livery Stables, OFFERS to enter land in the State Land Office, ArriveatSt. Marksby..r. .. .1.25 A.M.. : ; county and ask to be discharged fberef x>m.JOS. .

rpfI.SE Delightful and Invigorating HITTERS i J. L. and will bu iness>, in of the State Leave St. Marks daily (except Sunday) ; .JOHN WILLIAMS Adm'r.
Groncr any
S _JS__ are an invaluable article for those afflicted with: in the building formerly do occupied all kinds by of Offices at atenrlo CupitoL any Charges reasonable, and iu at. ... . .. .. .. .. 2.15 P. 1 March 12, 1859. ll-6m
U work
he in
S J\"If't'pt'II.' Indigestion or loss of Appetite and those I Ip line where at the shortest prepared notice to and ou the most his proportion to the time and laU-r b+e towed. Anive at Tallahassee at .. .. .. ..j., 3.30 P. -( Finished-Latest Patent,))

I p wilt i are suffering from Dtbiiity: incident to recovery. I lIsps of Townships WEST OF SCWAXNEE RIVER, Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrival Attt-TlCirr AND 15DESTRUCTIBLE. Insolvent Estate Notice.

," I 1 from 'cltuefa; cr JaJfitU'ie attendant in Warm Clir.tatcs REASONABLE TERMS, furnished at from two to five dollars each,in advance. (. and which returns before the departure of the SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on band State of '

S will find in the Aromatic Toute Bitters! a vaII such as carriage painting and trimming; making new I JainiHiy 22, 1659. 4 Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers between A by T.J. R A WLS Undertaker. County Florida Leon. fLI1'TLETOY J l
!lUG remedy, bracing and renovating the system New Orleans West and and intermediate _
I buzzes and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. Key Cuba November 20,1S58. 47 M. WHITE administrator of the .
: when prostrated. do this kind of points on the Gulf at St. Marl,on their way ,
undersigned prepared to II rPLAWTERS'liOTEfC. i Townsend late of Leon
[ coon-
Directions for Accompany the Bottle.Prcpaied to West the 18th and 1st or 2nd of each Insolvent Estate Notice.State
j and soM by work as well and in the latest style as it call be Key on ty, deceased,! having filed in the Probate office of
S. month, and xt St. Marks on their to
I EDWARD IURJTARD.Dru done at the North. arrivin way of Florida said county a written suggestion that be believe the
All those who have His kind of work to do, and Tn11nhnssee. New 15th and 29th of each monthWbenner
gst: and Apothecary. County of Leon. j f estate of the said John W.Townsend to be insolvent
S S 18S9 18; wish it done in a manner that will cot fail to give H. FISHER, Proprietor. these days come on. Sunday Trin R HODGSON. Executor of the last Will therefore notice is hereby given to all persons having

I _ApiilSO. ___ ___ satisfaction, wet Id do well to call on will run ou that 'ay to connect.EDVARD E\V. Testament of Charles Alligood, late of claims against said estate to appear and file the same

\VJI. KUHNS. -.April---9,-19. --- 15-ly --- I I10USTOUN, Leon county deceased having filed in the Probate with the Judge of Probate of said county on or before
t S Sewing Machines July 10. 1S53. 28 Presl. 4'$ Sup't. cffice of said count, a written.suggestion that be be. the 20th tiff of September next when t ere will be a

S A. BAKER'S CELEBRATED FAM.I SYRUP & PORK I January I, 1855. 1 1 eves the Estate of the said Charles 'Alligood to be pro rata distribution of said estate amongst the creditors -

GROVER: Jlaeh'iRes. New Style. Price from i RAIL-ROAD NOTICE. --- insolvent: Therefore notice is hereby givhn to all of said estate.D. .

I t 1 $50 to f 150, extra cl arges of?5 for beinroers. The micaw-w : ; ? _BARRELS SCHEDULE OF-T IS- persons having claims against said Estate, to appear W. GWYNN Judge of Probate.
Machines are strong s'miJe easy;eptin order. Sew < oy T H K and file the same with the Judge of Probate of said March 19, 1859. 12-6m
i I
; a strong seam. They will do better and cheaper sewing .r'HE attention of Consignees of good. by the A YDoy FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. county on or before the 20th day of September next,

: than a seamstress can: even if she works fir one 4 t Pcnsaeola & Georgia Railroadsis VV'at SALT.ILENTY t when there will be a pro rata distribution of the Notice.SL .
hour and the best Machines respectfully called to the following rule: : funds of said Estate amongst the creditors of said of this
fmt nu are unquestionably i good SY UUP and PORK BARRELS months from the first publication DO-
S in the market for family eewiiig on account of Rlt 9, / TallaJKuaee t Ptn. it Ceo. R. R. Co. I here. ALSO-coarse or fine Key West e5 IIJ Estate. ,the undersigned administrator boo nor,
D. W. GWYNN of. Probate.
I their simplicity durability: ease <-f management, andS : Freights are payable in cash on delivery of goods, SALT, at Newport, Fla. 1 March Judge with the Will annexed, of all and singular the goods.

daptatiou to all 'nrietitl cf uilly and storage will be charge on articles lying over, I Nov. 20. 1858. L.DD'S. LEAVES FERNANDJNA DAILY, 191859. 12-6m chattels, rights and credits which were of John Wil-!
ting either heavy or fine trerk with ee\\"ingxl'U.1 _4 ford late of Leon will his
after the following periods: ----- SUNDAYS EXCEPTED c deceased county present
and without special adjut'iuent.f2 I ( ,) final account and vouchers to the of.Probate
To Consignees in Tallab*.e 3 days.M Guns Charleston and Jcdgs
r Smd fur a Circular. I 0" withra o mil.sof depot, 6 GuS Gu f\ff arrival of Steamers from S OF TnEFarmers' of Leon county and ask to be discharged from Lie
Address L. M FOLSOM Ceute'p die ha.S V7 vannab connecting at Callahan with Stage S
12 9 Bank said
1859. 17X THE the 1. pnaaentylote Trader's Hill and l Ga. ; Baldwin with &Exchange administration.SOLOMON S ;
April !3, m a orerlS 14 l't-fc i C'trey a S SILLS JLdm'r,Ac

- This rule will be strictly adhered to, and parties: in the most workmlk.a prompt manner tomake Stage for e; Tied with Bridge with fer Stage. S OF CHARLESTON. _May 14. 1539. 80- for and at
: M GAttI WAY, .ending for goods are requested to comply therewithor and nansville iliddlebnrg, Gaiusvill, ilicanopy Strk Flemiugton Stages and SIGHT EXCHANGE OX NEW YORK NEW Notice.SIX -
I 11 tie goods,cannot be delivered. GUNS IIIFJLrs. GUN-LOCKS, AND CHARLESTON,
! GROCER & COMMISSION MERCHANT, I E. 1IOUSTOUN Sup.L Ooahu Months after the first p iblication of .this po-
. Senlinel and Quiucypapercopy. in fact all work pertaining to a Gun or Locksmith. LEAVE Starke daily,(Sundays excepted,) on arrival FOR SALE.A. .tb. undersigned will present to the Hon.

; S Two D OBS ABOTT.MM ATjvnr. j 26. I860. 0BLACKSMITIUNG With the above he expects to merit a ot Sta and connecting at Fensndina with DENUAM Ag.nt. Judge of Probate of Leon county his final account

TANTLY on band and rercilfrBg fresS sipS I February : __ I liberal ptrooag of the citizens of this place and fo and Charlelton on Monday Tallahassee. Dee. 1888. 4fr and vouchers as administrator on the Estate of JohnW.

OO plies of provisions and Family Grace rios. No j : Tuesday Wednesday and Friday. .Townsend deceased late of said county, and ask
pain spared in selecting goods to fill orders from iiN.: B. Gun locks always for sale on hsruL A I COLt, Sop'LMaJ State Bank of Florida, te be dismissed.

I he cott.itn, and at the lowest market prices. Counj j T' HE SUBSCRIBER gives tqA AUGUSTUS BROWX. 1.1858. 18 -'T- LITTLETON M. WHITE Adm'r.
I IS tie tlat lie bs opened bisfif March 29, 1 85 9. 13HILLSBOROUGII
'. try produce IInd all other goods consigned to ins (or May 7.1859. 19-6m
sale ui'.l! receive prompt a cntiu 1. The citizens of S BLACKSMITh SHOP again in \Ur S -- -- Feather Brushes & Dusters. TALLAHASSEE.Or .
connection with his LTVEBT STABLKS where be will N. C. Notice.ALL -
Tallahassee and vicinity are respectfully solicited to : OFF1CK IN RUTGEBS BCILDIXG. .
call, examine and pi'ice my good before purchasing have done all kinds of Plantation and Carriage work.S ; ACADEMY. A FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS persons having claims or demand against
I received and for tale by
elsewhere. Every article warranted to be as represented -.o\LSO- MAY just MYERS it GORMAN. EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND Estate Archibald Bids deceased, bite of

S S to the purcLascr..Apiil i for SIGHT ORLEANS FOR SALE. Loon notified them to
present
HORSE SHOEING in the very best manner; "was elne years February 26, 1859. 9 coa'ty are hereby Jtp
IG, 16IikA.iiIujKtr O( and will use every endeavor to han woik JL. an officer of the South Carln State MilitaryAcademies. WM. BALLET, President the undersigned ex-omck administrator, properly

-- I done with dispatch, and to suit customer For a circular W. R TETTES. Cashier. autl.enticstedwitbio the time prescribed by lav or

: P. B. BROKAW. C C TEW. Hillsborongb.lf. C. Dwelling for Sale !I February 19. un. 8 they will be barred; and all tbosa indebted. are requested
!
1, 1S59. 1 March 12, IS 11lyExecutor's to make payment immediately.
I the entire in- Jannnry_ __ ___ ______ __ -- U E well known residence of the RICHARD SAUNDERS'
purclutsed T LaBS.
ffMIE undersigned having j S
subscriber situated on the 200 foot
offido Adm'r.
.X of the Florida Plank Rued Notice. Sheriff and ex
tcres Georgia On '
Consignment. offered for sale-terms : '
M
I new
b A MOST DESIKABLK AMOITJUTTt OF 81-8
ilrt
the travelling order. I LJ-!
This Conipnny.w1l be relied pot on. atnejii Th e"'Itfr-.t"gvod tulla I bare retlocexl i RfBBLS.." PlauU Extr" and 5Saper- //g- ]\ is hereby given to all persons having : 11. Thd house ewn ft rom .
may NOTICE basement one ol the most FRESH GARDEN SEEDS !
some 25 pet ee"iN''ylPo| .j|persons atBel-Aii D U fin." FLOUR aE3ie_ or de1a against the estate of David :,. dining-room the .c i Notice.S .

wishing io contract UV4be.easba a suitable deduction I 3000 Ibs. Sides E Hon Leon county whether as comfortable dwellings I to the cty. the education W&rramed Growth of 1858! months after the first poblieatrrn of jbis no-

will be rnaje. \u\ U)6'f' noL" credit system.aoS 2000 Shoulders, legte. 01 distributees,within t* present two the 'i i of A planter, will removing! find it a desirable fo residence.it. r piIESE SEED are procured from a cold climate thee the undersigned executor of the*last Will

-Abo&ed in tlu /jegKra muJLjop this road I can't stand. I 600 M Stag .t Shays best Sugar Cured Mine to authenticated ExecnUr. will years dibarrid : U.BERRY. Agent. JL and will consequently flourish the better in a .aod testament James WbiUhesd.tkceased, will
this they *
from
Swing the road. Suitable llama ct duly 0 : his final account snob to the
Somebody nftwt jwjhfor indebted to said estate TERMS-Price ene.haalfenah, the balance warmer one like oars. present> as executor
those ate requested -
..deductions made "Ao those running 6 anti 6 muleS j 10 bbls. Olivers"CASH.K. WWskey.TMJIS ; to make < immediately. t 1,1 and S years t50.cent iteet with mortgage tT Call early or send your orders that you may Judge *f Probate- of Leon county and uk W be tfiseharjed -

teams by tbe t '.D\ ben trrsnirenients are nixie I pJmunt. C. LEWIS Executor. (55 get the varieties desired. AMES beforehwd. ". JERK RICHARDS.Tiichards H. BERRY, Com. Mer. I property. $ 185!. S : 'Wttx' It -""f*
1 .
I
12,1850. .
February .
26-Sm .
Mill April 9, 'i 9. 15 Ftl.26,185?. V Juno25. 1859. .





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