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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 30, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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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BY JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.. JULY. 30, .1859 VOL. XIN0.31VJ3jiur55i0n.il :_

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flirt pflsinrss ((arl)5.MEDICAL. ) A. GAttIE, Correspondeoee>> between Sir. Yulee and richest of all staples, the Sea Island Cotton, tide of intercourse between the Gulf and At. THE CIKCCS.-A circus came to town an t

the Committee It Arrangements at the Sugar, the Tropical Fruits, and early I lantic Stales! by furnishing it with better chan.. everybody knows how the music and the _

NOTICE.c. p- DEALER IN Deer Hammock. l'Irket vpgetaNE'!,. I neb than any other now employed upon the grand tent and horses set all the boys agog.

_'c._" DRY GOODS PROVISIONS\ WACAHOOTA, June 27, 18)9.; Around the shores of the State pisses 'the j land or upon the water. Quarters of dollars and shillings areth great

Dr. Wm. F. shine i I lIon. D. L. YCLEE :- j largest commerce of the continent estimated Let us enable our (planters to cr mbine easy demand, and many a choice piece of hoy.

A S D SIn-At a meeting: of the citizens of this ; to exceed five hundred millions of dollars an I access to the cheapest provision markets on have the circus tilers carried away which

i>i PFD HIS 1'r.tt'IO\.U' tlJit..f MEMO 1'ri.: *Gamble 10 nit Jo.ifBllC.OFFICE Cetton. GROCERIES IN GENERAL. I neighborhood, held at tins place! to day, (the nually. 'I the one hand, and the best cotton and sugar was meant for a better purpose.A .

n JJ j..inhtig, ndersigned: were appointed a Committee toii1te Itis the only State: of the Union which has markets on Ihe other, and thus induce occupation little boy was seen looking round! Lb.premises .
$, 1 is; >> 1'-ly
NovemW 13,1853. 46 j you to be present at n Harbacte which a Shore upon the Gulf of Mexico\ as well as of our soil. with a great deal<< of curiosity: '.

MILES ASH & CO wo propose to give to the officers and friends I Atlantic, and we control the useful access of Let us baud up our own seaports to fur- Hallo.t, Johny," said a man who knew

I FRESH!! GARDEN\ SIM.of I of the Floiida Roi'roatl Company, at Deer other Atlantic States to the Gulf. We possess | nUh" the convenience and protection of a home Lini, going to the circus I" .

IL.tLEItS INimics Hammock Station, on Thursday, 14th of July I innumerable harbors upon both shores, I| market fur our piodure, and to supply thefinancial No sir," answered Johnny father dO 'r

f ? MISTS, I' c-'cwt13; : : 3.OGG. "' I) and to rcqueit you to address us on that of various caj acity, and I equal to the requirements j agencies necessary to cur fuither like, 'em." ..

I occ:1sion.I I of any amount of commerce. I more rapid improvement. O, well, I will i l give yon the money to go

S MEDICOS, jfjf OILS I I' In performing the Ogrocalle task assigned I With all these great elements we should Let ns prepaic (to use the wealth which will Johnny," said the man. .

'ATOULD mf.irm then nund anil I the public. GUM DROPS, us, it gives us (pleasure: to inform you, that: ''I be among the first ia commerce and wealth, I (has come to u?, in advancing our moral and '.Father don't approve of them," answered

\ I they 1 Imv c: oa hand a ;d assortment ofi uc OF ALL FLAVORS the meeting was composed of the-best of our in agriculture and the mechanic arts, in pop- social condition u* n community, by building Johnny.
article! ai'arcgi-iittrany Lept in their line of businetk | citizens, of Loth political parties, who seemedto 4 illation and social development up Colleges! and providing a geicioas system '4 Well go in (for once, andJ'Il pay for yo v."

and *ill) be rwem'uj;r<(;uLirl* frosh supplies. TLeii FOR COUGHS Alf COLDS waive all political differences, apd to hear "f IfoMr is* It .with -...1-. a Us. I nav...Jiluuttt.fl oip&fo} hools. No," said Johnny my father would glvdme .

term thall be reaou&b1e.TaItahY : Jut received at the DRUG STOLE cf ily co-operate in n desire to express! their ashamed to draw the picture of our comparative Let us resolve To PROGHESS. the money if he thought it best; besides, -

: ,."April._Wh-t53' 14. EDWARD BARNARD, Jc.Tallulia high apprici.ition <5f the efforts of yourself and inferiority. I For one I am enlisted for,)"l'OmJn's duty in I've gut twentyfive cents in my strong box,'

!!'December, 18, 1858. :51 associates, to advance the interests of our Organized as a Tenitory in 1621, duiing all that can promote the moral and material twice enough to go."
A. GALLIE I
-- --- ---- -- ---- I State by the ccrutrnction of (he Morid.1 Rail that long period of 30 years which intervened: growth of the State.I "I'd go Johnny, for once, it's wonderfulhe
iu "('N ip'' ..f a larje and! ".rtlccted\ ttock of Wm. E. Anderson for the horses do said the Your
JS T.Il'L1FA: CY GOOD'S.': I road. t to 1850, the white population of the State am completing the sj's'etn! of improvements way : man.

.'*,*-i'I ;,'""< L'raififLWe. drilling Attorney at Law nr.d Solicitor f in Chancery, We feel! that to this, more than to all other had reached only twenty-nine thousand morei now begun, by irhatcrcr aids may be father.. needn't know it."

111 nut *'<*j>*. Knot ..
., U':i' ', LraitiHif, .1(.'., etc. ; 1Ln1.S.FLOP1D. \ I rapid advancement towaids that high posrion forty-seven thousand, about twenty thousand I am for dedicating the magnificent fund Now why I" asked the man. .

AFtil ::o. ItfJ.: IS_ I V\7"1LL V I ti.tinpfi attend < ith
E. BARNARD Jr. CVuitsof any' IVitiUlm Washington and Jackson, I is so well calculated to assume. We exprss (tion in 30 years from 182l t to 1850, of only Improvement Fund will create, to Education ; toes in the sand, after I've been I couMn'eI.ok

I in the Siirr
WILL (O\TIM-I: run States Diftmt: Ctuits tt ApaLuh.'cu! cud Talla- say, that your namo will be identified with I squro miles, wo had twenty- system of public schools at public cost.

\RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS I Latee.March. 26, 1EI9 13-Cm I every step in her progress towards that po- four thousand fewer inhabitants than Delaware I I am for advancing by an active and positive The way to make yourself pleasing to otfi4

sition. which has an area of 2120 square' I policy the social and indusliul condition ers is to show (that you care for them. Tho
J3f AT THE OLD *TAS1>, SlOX J I -- -- u -- --- I
OTTO LANGE Hoping that it may suit your convenienceto I mile, and .ninety-six thousand: l less tlnn! of the Slat-. whole world is like the miller at Mansfield,

I I ( be with! us, we are, I !Rhode Island, chichi has only one thousand I am for Progress, and wi'I:( join j ; efforts who cared for nobody-no, not he-because J

OF THE if tORT.a, i WATCH lIAIEltI : I Very respectfully three hundred and six square miles.In with! all who are laboring in: the same direc nobody curd for him." And the whole

j Your obedient servants, I the table relative rank of population I lion. world will serve you so, if you give them Uio

Cmfcerof Clinton and Monroe I>h uti,T atl.1 aiste. I And Jeweler, I', COTTOX HAWLS, Florida stood least, and so low, that! hating I I beg leave to rt'p'at"aad to bog you to same cause.
.
January 1' 16lt; 3 I MOXTIC1LLO, FLA., ; (j lEO. 15. Ilf.:>tKK; I fewer than the ratio established by) law, we I repeat with; mo over and over again : Let us

R. H. BERRY 1 ,\OrLD r. hptcl rull\I'' infoim the citizensofltlid- J. MtDoXKLL.; suffered the mortification to become entitled resolve To FKOGRES True religion adversity tempers prosperity !'= .

\ I Ftt: FI"ida tLat he detigns mating I to a representative in Congress, only I. by the Your respectful servant! and animates us with hope in the hoar of1
and Commission I occasional ,itit tl.ue *ectk,m of country for I .
Auctioneer tl.iotigh
forecast of the Constitution! which providedthat D. YULEE. death.
l'i.RSAMi5A !
July 12, 1850.::;! I .
the ro\IrrtDFe of i il' MERCHANT. each :State should be entitled to &> --
: one
that may be u.tiutUd to his care. Gentlemen :-You mute mo to a nu Lacue representative
AiA nwr.!: Fla-Sept! ) 2', 15. ."9 :ALSO entertainment to be given by the citizens of I without regard to population. i I WlSDO I.CLlPrINGS. Naturalized Americans in Europe.
---.- -- --- There in the State which I If wishes would bde: would lide.
I was not a city bggnrs Military Serricc in. Natural'
officers Germany-A
HIGH ,\. 'ORLtiY: A fine Lot of J< lII'ddJich I will sell at the low- your netghkotliood, to the and friends
i iI
tat pOfil>!'e pnr,,. I of the Florida Railroad \Vacahoota Station reached a population of twenty five hundred. The vicious obey their passion, as slavesdo tied American Made to do Military duly
at Law "Jlif 1,1-1 flirt if ,Tured.April There was not one Canal in the State, nor I
J'tj'ifenee
Attorney
; the 14th of this .
inoutli. This their
I on gratify I master -Rcmonstranrc of the United States <7or.
: 1659.
jt So., 1817Dwellingllouse. demonstration one mile of Railroad! upon which a locomotive I
TLA. in the efforts
1.'LI.\Ius'tF! ing sympathy "
-- -- -- --- -- .
I could be Backbiting oftener proceeds from piicle crnment.A
of the Company, is highly vtlued 'by all who run.
: for Sale.rl"llE
January: 17. 1S37. yJohu I than malice.
I We were the lowest but one (Arkansas) in naturalized citizen of the United States
-- I arc connected ith( its administration, nnd in .
B/Whitehurst; :SUBSCRIBER::; offtrs! for sale I t their behalf lender grateful thanks. To me Manufacturers. Wicked men cannot be ft tends. either among who is a native of the Kingdom of Hanover
!! easy to a f\urchu\'r, hisLouse "Dlit l i ] We.were the lowest but Delaware in
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, lots in IJel-Air: Apply to the umltrni,", )ie I.I it is pm ticularly pleasing, from the circum. II I one ( ) themselves or with the good.It and who, when he left his native country;
wealth the value
even including
MAKIANNA{ : 1'LA. I or to W. K. IVard. JOHN BEARD. I stance that I number among the citueiis'of I aggregate is .1 noble satisfaction to bo ill spoken of, was neither in actual service in the Hanoverian
the lowest State Revenue.
and in
of slaves -
I Mirrl.5. 18i9. 10-tf ,vicinage(', some of longest and most I II I ; were
your my when we are conscious of doing right. had been drafted
\ iTILL practice in the Cin>iut Courts of JaeloutT ----- army, nor to serve in

? Calliouii.special attention Washington to colWtiiiSj.TCoember and Holou-a. 1JtJt.tles.and I POST & MEL, I I respected that imperative personal fiiends.engagement I very disable much me regret I In moral and sociil condition: the contrast I That man's beginning in religion was too it, recently returned there on a visit when ho
ray
_27. lt 58. 4t,$-lyBeni COMMISSION MERCHANTS from cnj.\>ing a metti.ig w'th: you on the day with other States was Churches equally; sad.; the I II often hypocrisy, whose end was apostacy. was immediately deprived of his liberty acd
In the number of
I appointed. greatly 1 j If the day of mercy finds;; us graceless, Ac compelled to do military duty. The intervention .
F. Young I C4 I'ojclras Strort, I lowest. In tho value of Church propeity, I II '
There are are one or two features in day of wrath will find fepcecbiesi.We of
your us. our thus become-
having
I government ,
:N.1iw C ANS. Aikansas In tho number
lowest but
one ( )
1))] ]:1 jlr JlJllWJ I : letter of imitation, which strike mj" attention
upon ,
-- --- I most pleasantly. I wish to I of Churches compared with while population, must choose between the golden chain necessary, tho tvholt subject of the rigkVs of .

ANDSOLICITOR IX EQUITY !I REFER TO I the special satisfaction I dome from express.it. In the lowest of all. of duty and the fiery chain of darkness. I our naturalized citizens has receivvd die renewed

3Ie!'ra Thomas J Perkins "\ jn-aetice in the Court of the Habtern Cir .. Harris & Co. -.. foreshadowiug.it rives. co &l.iEP.nv[ augury may forbeing .
I. U. the
the mile low-
Quiocy.
'TILl. to we were greatly
-
I of Floiida: and tbe Federal Court.. .. Dcnham& Palmer, Jlonticello, ] for the future of our State. In your square are unprofitable, ns well asTor'belng sinners ident, and bis views as'well as tkos of his

(OffICE AT GAlXsVlLLE. ALAtllCi: l"l'tt'.) .. Beard t Denham, St. Mark, populous and influential district of country', st ; and in the per ccntage of children atschool that aro abominable.: entire Cabinet, this important subject

REFERENCES: Mr. James Filor, Key West, citizens, :as you say, of both political parties, I as compared with population, we upon
1wIe @rs. MrXanght A; Ormond, Atlanta, Geo. waiving nil personal difference, united in this were much blo'vcrr other. Wo should take as much delight in preceptsthat will be found in the following extract which
CArr. J. J. LUCAS ) .. JlcKimion t Co. Tbomasville one-fifth of the white of enjoin holiness, as in promises that assure
Cot. J. D. AUf, V CkailtttQ S. C. J. N. < movement And the influence which pro- I Nearly population the Constitution baa been permitted to make

FB.ASEB. & THOMI-SOV: ) August 14, 1858.- ._-83-ly------- duced (this spontaneous union was a common the State, over twenty years of age, were happiness. from a dispatch transmitted a few days age
D... JAMU S. Jon Tdlla'iai&ef Ho. in the and I unable to read and w rite. Sin has brought a believer intosnfTer-
C3WILLIAMlCOTT HOGUE & AMAKER srpnjxithy progress prosperity of many from the Department of State to oar Minister
June6'ii7.
In : and Law
Colleges, TheoltgicnlfC'l1iea.1
the Stale. It points to a common gathering ing and suffering has kept many a believerout
-- ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS I I of all who are for Progress, upon a Platform I Schools, so utterly were wo deficient, that of sinning. at Berlin in relation to the case referred to-

of State Policy directed to that end. Florida was altogether omitted from anyplace Extract of a dispatch frtm the Dtparlmtnt
I I of of dress is charm
AT LA."V'V"III' Simplicity manner as a
LAW
ATY: tA T tbe table.
rn Slate the the
Upon most of the leading principles of Federal of to Minister of United Staict
that admires in others
MONTICELLO, FLA| .\'E formed a copartnership in be practice of I Not one daily: newspaper was printed in a woman generally
Administration there is
a happy accord t at Berlin dated 8 1859
July
than in ,
hergrlf. :
Law, and will attend to profiSbional business more
30 11 jan any the State and in the number of of all
,
J1y itO,1853. papers
South. In
the State
in tho lines
entrusted to their carp. i our own The this
-- -- -- right expatriation cannot at day
-' -
PAINTING.THE D. I'. HOGUE. . .A. TERRY A IAKEr.. I that divide parties!!, so far as nalional politics kinds circulated, in proportion to white population Why is a man eating soup"ith a fork, like be doubted or denied in the.United States.-
the
1. 18S8.:; 18 we wero among last. another kissing his sweatheart
Way is concerned, have become too shadowy for
undersigned i is still cnjroged in the Painting I In the number of Libraries, and of volumesof Do you give it up? The idea has been repudiated ever since the
the continuance of serious conflict. The policy
All work in his line such a*. FIRE INSURANCE. of the Democratic of the Union in books, we were greatly below every other Because it takes so long to get enough of it. I origin of our government that man is boundto
party
I ; remain forever in of his birth .
House and Ornamental Fainting, State.It I thecountry ,
Sign ---0- federal affairs has come by general consent In trouble often off better thanwe
we come
I and that he has to exercise his free'will
no right
Varnishing, &c., is task to the results .
Graining, Glazing, IliRTFORD FIRE mi'KAXCE C01IPA5T. no pleasant array
ii the South, to be recognized as best. lias expect, and always better than we deserve.A I and consult his selecting
be is prepared to do cu eloit notice and on reason exhibited in that year; but it is tho part of own happiness by
.
ableterm.. *" A. HALL. PntEXLV IXSURAXCE COMPANY, not the time now reasonably domestic come for a gn- wisdom to look fairly in the face our true wise man will speak well of his neighbor, a new home. The most emine writers

-!July. 2, 1859. 27'5t ..! OF IIABTFOEP, CONN.Aggrcgate eral fraternization we not turn upon minds to questions our home? condition, that we may better appreciate the love his wife, and pay for his newspaper.Men on public law recognize the right of expa
00. Why may our triation. This can only be contested bltholowho
HOLLAND Capital, S100.000.COO interests 100 much heretofore neglected ? task before us. would live exceedingly! i if these
FLOYD & I quiet in the nineteenth .
M. century, are still devoted
P. ELLIS, We State the first in
AgentTa11abasee the service of State allofgoodnese can place our among two words mine and thins taken
not to
rally ,
Law. Why our were away.
Attorneys at : Dec. 4, 185S. 49 and influence, and ought to do it. to the ancient feudal law, with all its op
and of intellect and o/ power
,practice in tbe Circuit Court of Middle energy, I That face is fairest which nature paints pression. The doctrine of perpeteal allegi-
WILT -- - I trace the whole} cf our then comparative
which she holds? Too hava of
West Florida end in the Court long some
Supreme lTlEOIC..L.NO'J'ICE.. in prosperity to the lack of and that heart noblest which knows no deceit. gianco is a relic of the barbarism which has
(the State. Also in the Divide! Court of the Uui the ablest minds of the State been obscured, inferiority public ,
ed States,in the Northern District of HoiiJa.R. ---0-- and their talents lost to her use, ly the inexorable I that public spirit and enterprise which was We cannot control the tongues of others, been gradually disappearing Christendom
.J. FLOYD. Oflc! ApaUcbicoU, Fla. Dr. T. Willis. to with the of the ring the,last century.
Hayward necessities of severe patty \'isions.ese .- necessary keep us up spirit but a good life enables. us to despise 'calum t
D. HOLLAND, Office Quiney Fla. While other States had been generouslyand The constitution of tbe United States rec.
61 located in Jefferson county, oncbalf_ [ necessities no longer preslingly exist. age. nies.
,-22,1855. .- --- HAVIXO the rear of Mn. Braden's,on St. Augustine May\ we not now assemble around 1 our State courageously at work to develope all their .is in ognizes the natural.right' of expatriation by
road, offers his Procssiooalsenlces to tie surrounding resources, and to foster their natural advantages Learning an ornament prosperity, a conferring upon Congress the power to establish
altar and hands brothers
Henry L. Rutgers joining once mow as in and
the best in
country. abounding in the elements of wealth, refuge adversity, provision uniform rule of naturalization
January 8, 1859. 2 move together, with a new spit, in a uni. old age. Indeed, it was one of the grievances alleged
[COMMISSION MERCHANT -- --- -' --- ted effort to make this happy h.me for our. had rested supine. Other States, seizing at .
\ TALLAHASSEE, FLA. J.: W. Points Agent selves and our children t The noblest emulation once upon the instrumentalities o( progress One part of knowledge consists in being ignorant against the Britsh King in the Declaration of

....-.. in which we all is to do which modern science baa furnished, had of such things as are not worthy to be Independence, that he had endeavored (to
may engage
LIBERAL advance! made on Cotton. or Tobacco FUR TOE most to advance the moral and material! groat. made useful to their people all the advantagesof known. prevent the population of these _States-for

to l.is rri -uJ. in New York. COTTON PRESS AND IRON TIE their With the best position for.cornmcrcewe that purpose obstructing the laws ot natural
M'COMB State adorn her and position.
of borders
I ness our to Beauty in the face of wo.nen. and<<} folly in
ization for to othersto
SIGHT CHECKS ON NEW YORK FOR SALE, had no commerce. With the foreigners, refusing pass
at the Hotel, 'Where he can elevate her "
now stopping City to name. their heartaf two worms that fret life and
IS their hither&e.
t In ainoHHtt to nit [Jllrthalltra. be teen at any time. Tenons wanting Tresses! Never did a State more need combined and best soil and climalefor pofitable aggriculture, waste goods. encourage migration .-

March 12, 1569. 11ETcTCabell or Tes.Kbould! hand in their orders imme iak'y.' harmonious effort in her service. Capable we had fewer inhabitants to the square mile The constitution thus clearly recognise the ..'
,
July 2, 1859. 27-5w "Tom who did principle expatriation the strongest man
natural to be tbe than any other State. With a geographical you say our friend B. married
advantage
by
every among It would have been Inconsistent hi itself
r nero
Union which entitled be
relation to the us to
in usefulness and influence she
first
,A..11Cr; ; : cy n1: Ln W Yonge & McClellan, has been power among, the last, in all thhse ,respects. central in the intercourse between the sea Well, Lo married forty thousand dollars. and unworthy of the character of thjf authorsof

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. A11ora.cys; Lt; I.ZIW" board States, we have been isolated and ob -t forget her other name." that instrument to hold out inducements to
foreigners to abandon their native land, to
January 8, IE:SO.; 2 rlUCTICB IN ALL THE COURTS OF WEST FLORIDA. I Who of us with one spark of State pride or scure. EKVV.' -He whose first emotion on theviow
renounce their allegiance to their native
-- --- --- There is in proportion to numbers, an un. gev.eminent
of could review the resvlts of the of excellent is under.
OFFICE AT PEXSACOL AND MAKIANXA. just feeling, an production to
and to become citizens of tbe
WILLIAM S.Attorney DIL1fORTII United
I usual amount of intellect and in the
,. statistical tables collected 1 in 1850 under the energy value it will hare of his
C C. YOXGE, rrn..J. F. McCLELLAN, Marianna << never ono own to if been i of
States they had not convinced
of the State but had failed\ to ,
I
we
Census without mortification and with population ; show.
and Counsellor at Law January 8, 1859. 2 act, ;
} cultivate that PUBLIC SPIRIT and STATE the absolute and unconditional right of expatriation. .,.

MOXTICELLO FLORIDA. I out also of the resolving State as devote a first duty of all tine PRIDE, which would direct it in the channels: None are so seldom found alone, and are : ., ,Congress have uniformly acted upon ;

"\TILL. practice i.n the Courts of the Middle Cir Ellis, Orlopp & Co, i sons her to every energy to of STATE PKOGBESS. Tbi may be well ex* so soon tired of their own company, as those this principle ever since the 'commencementof -
condition. with
T V cuit,. J Thon..s: and Lowndes CountyOa WHOLESALE DEALERS IN improve: Sadly impressed eused and is fully accounted for by the effects coxcombs who are on the best terms with. the federal government 'They established
March 2:!. 1856. 18-1J the picture it revealed I hav i since (then, themselveft.If '"a uniform rule of naturalization" ..nearlv-
HARDWARE FINE CUTLER of the harrassing and protracted Indian hostilities
turned chief
-- -- -- : my attention to State development -
J. M. CALIJLWAY, GUXS PISTOLS, 4c., 4'("., and am anxious to join baids with all that devastated and disquieted the you would; have, ,sweet and pleasantecho seventy in years' ago? There when laws has sin for eo.this bete no.
period our history
purpose
State and by the diversified nativities of our you must speak sweet and pleuantlyyourselr.
No. 217 Tcarl Street. New York. who can goth me, in devoted effort to have
MERCHANT did exist their
GROCER & COMMISSION not
,though provisions
which has required time for coales This maxim is
ROBERT ELLIS, population, especially commen-
raise our noble mother State to !the dignity of successive Tho. alien.,.
Two DOORS ABOVE: AMES A LJVELT. MAX A. ORLOTP. JB, her rank. cence. ded to parents. undergone changes.
10NSTANTLT Land and fresI ', THOMAS P. ELLIS.January rightful : Now, however within a feW 'ears past a in orderlo become a citizen, must declare on
on receiving son' )
( The of Florida is thousand
area near sixty If.you are disquieted at anything,
the
that be
1859. 4 you oath Sr. affirmation will
22 support
\ plica of provitions and Groceries. No wbich it is true :
Family has been
!. pains- eparcd in tclrtting good to fill orders from square miles-which is exceeded i in extent by I change working and which, will our in should consider with yonsrdf ia tbe thing of I constitution of Ihe'United State rind,at tb.

; ; the country and at the \ market: priCf'.. Coun- !\IEDICALOTICE. only four other States, namely California, policy next to cherish, place us that worth that I should so disturb myself I same time, be is required to absolute! ,;jand? 1

1, try produce and all other goods conli inied to me for -0- Texas, Virginia and :Missouri the census upon a prouder footing.-and and lose my peace and ,Iranquility. entir l,'renounce and abjure all sflepsnc.
aJe mill receive attention. The citizens t oft The State has started upon a new career,
prompt Of the whole coast of the Eastern ,
,- Tallahassee and sea is be. They that deny God destroy oil n's nobility : and fidelity every foreign prince potentate,
she
vicinity are respectfully eohcited to Dr. J. H. M. Gardner shore of the United States hare within tbe noise of wh3t is doing already ,
! call, examine a.J price; my good before purchasing' we ginning to be heard abroad. What has already for certainly man is of kin 'to the beasts by State or sovereignty whereof he was beforea j
TT AVISO located -LLOYD.. offers his Pao- limits than third. The whole
1.eheje. Every article warranted to bO as our more one citizen. ..
-
represented his body and if be bo not of kin to God by ,. -.'
to tIlt purchaser. JLJL FESSIOXAL StKTiccR to tbe Citizens of tbe place coast line of tho United States on tho.Allan-1 been achieved, may.well encourage us ;
and tbe I his spirit, he is an ignoble creature. The xer'e: of the right of ri.sJnrslizton,
April 1C, &V. 16 I surrounding-country.Oct to go on.Tbe
tic and Gulf of Mexico is 3020 ruilc of continental ..
?
9. 1858 41 and tho recognition of the principle
-.- - --- line, of which Florida l baa' 114Cmiles. Electric Wires have penetrated to us In contest among men, the party doing the consequent
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A.J.: PEELER'S; in the West and the east and soon may meet most is harder be expatriation; are ,not confined .to. tngovernment ,:
wrong commonly to reconciled -
NathanielHamlen of the United State. 'fC:,. '
-I In point of health Florida stood the beador together across the length of the State. than be who has suffered most wrong. ** ;
LAW COLLECTION OFFICE not a country in Europe. I' .re fa. ;;
., COMMISSION MERCHANT. aU tbe Southern Roads progressing in various directions, The ho hath : <<
States, only surpassed, are reason, qnareled with himself, .
TJUXA1IASSE. ...
A. rjUOUUA.T7"ILL : present .n omen t,.where .Jif.i at tie
No. Orleans. that too three Northern which will connect all the best harbors on th<<\,. which makes him irritable."Set :
'. Practice in the Circuit CocrUvf OaJsJon. 38 Poj-dras St.,Now, ( very slightly,) by and furnish : doubly thoi he the natora'" .de !aw'a'oesaot aa- ,
m
T' T Leon. akoU...Jefferson an.l Mali.,., States. Gulf with those oa the Atlantic, '
: andattend -0flEFIIta about doing good to"somebody ; put form -or ot)" .-.4tioniofforignei1 roeountr *
7 to the collection of In woods the most valuable its whole .avenues for every various need of commerce. '
notes and cover
promptly ccoucU -
Indeed in
TQ- on your bat and go and visit the tick and tbo >*'<- some 1>( these -
in of(aid Couollp. The Live Oak the White'and Red Agriculture caught the spark ofimprove- '
any Ex-Oo.Jl\mt : lroome extent. .. s tUs law.. 1
l <
T.Ua1w5ee ; inquire into their wants minister mf 1ilTaP..tban: ; 'our
r.
} tiT Office in the the door of the } Fla of fields poor am .
Ciipito1oppoite
Oen" Oaks the Cabinet Wooda Red Magno- ment, and thaproduct.s oar are daily '
It A. Shane, ( Day, *tfiovrards 4.
J Attonv. Gn.ral office. to them. I'have often tried t.h i mlLod, r \ foreign Fd,. 1858. flVFlREINSUEANCE A.: B.oye.: ., EFq. I ewN1rt.;.Fla. lia, &C.,) and tho best Yellow Pine for Lumber increasing have always fodnd U t Tbe test ,:Tfa&qoeation tbeo.,fcrris s tbe
It M. SpeDeff, E q.. .. and Naval Store, abound\ almost. ? \inexhaustible -, Our cities are advancing in their improvi..cwents < QY'.-crit IDe ... : ...
John J. Spelling, Quincy,Flu.Oen. .. conveniently 'placed and new otis are--.pringing into xistence ; for a heavy l1t.ri:* ?.. Ja..eoafft.. ,oi'efiDH"'b1. .AAi.
Win Bailey Jcffenp eotmty, Fla.. quantities, log,nattl..rIl11fit J.jAM',.;"" 1M.I'riiJ 4
which evidences the
J. 0 Putnam, EM.. Midisoa Fix for commerce. ,; with an elasticity AUK.e girl about two*nait hialtyeers old rights.. i &f Yf\t.:

STATE FIRE iSD! 3IABKE MRAXCE) CO, Augustus SteelejC.q., Cedar Keya, Fla. Tfc?_Ttrietj and value of our grioalturtlcapabiliiv progress we are making. 5"engtha elephant'attached to circus Ioitgto a Detir : kIM1; \
, Daniel. Bell, Esq., Samtltoo.coucty, Fla., t AS Buts 'u altogether niuarpassed. And in all social respects the advancement by 'tbe house, asked her mother, pass "
who with
'the .
,
PEXNSYLVAXlAiTNSURE FA. was s1nh qaaliR1&t. thconstitutien .,
, RtDllugt: n'Eaq.. l Tbomanine,-f)to. in the UoioCIn suitableness! for .Upland is equally} evident standing by u bat ,-.
tbat'gr3te India
against lois Fire tbft- Etl.
npUftI ubh.er
by on) terms Selxu!', F..Elb r I "nCJ"h
J F. IT. FLArIO Agent Jack J. Marsh EeqDnnearivme' Oto. Cotton equal t\? any other W surpassing Let us prpeeed..witbcoorage and animation -, thing M-as that waNting ia the sttt'et,,,"illt two born citizen t U el/SWa/ (' 1r ; 4t. V
Talahn! \' '', Def''ml If, 1 K.r Bl I \uv.2">, 1S5S.; 47 immeasurably all'd ers. i in adaptodn a to the to force through our own territory tbe tails." rrosiJent't '
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I raac<3 citizen from and after the date of bis natq mnnity from it* early completion .Before disper. Ian4Sale; *. .j!.- BY 'T'GRH .1 NEW OtiK.,:*,. (via Washington,) July i.- 9

r.lil&tioDJoth at home and! abroad, is placed upon iIDrih-an 1 ring a 1luio wa offered and'nnanimously carried ; ll.. ri:of the ycrl Government of tIme I IU steamship Can Webb ha* fivra Milatiea.] .

the very same footing with the native citizen. He 'lrnnI. FM. R R. Co., IH requested to give d for the yur ; the Sew Or- I She arv.c bad rolileO
KUBOPK. Lringsintelligence4hat Marqucza :
i 8y FROM
U neither ia a better not a"wone condition. If a time name of".rrA StiO t the Ita'OI; previously bet indicative of I LATER .
-- 4. a tt conduct which from Guas.< *> t
native citlxen chooses! totalce up bis residence in a > known a te Wacahot Deer Hammock 'Pitc'rran time &going ja '

foreign country for the purpose of advancing hi* TALLAHASSEE. : station. .This cmplment i'deservedly due t the tY 1serti Suth. Of 3,804.000 acres ; ARRIVAL
fortnne-or piwnoting his happiness, he U whilst a.- memo of a great ad late James. ,d rIng ile twelve month, J.050,0'0 belongedto Miratnon ..made.a complete change in Lie :!>.
there bound to obey its f municipal lawa equally 8ATCHDAV, JULY 30, 18S9.QT Tallahassee gmaD a warm advocate ie slave States, Missouri, Alabama MisL APPI. '
He has also changed lila in regard it
iriet. policy <>
with those who have lived in it all their live lie I and cf Internal Improvement NORTH BRITON.
LooVmna Florida.
lurprel Arkn.1 and I the of the and has granted a pohttcslamunesty.
goes abroad with his eyee open| and U these law t liberty press;
will be a meeting of the Young MensChristian tit sale of Government land ii he has
be and chosen to abide "
arbitrary unjust by The Ynlee. j .
3t
the consequences. they'are administered in & .tOI-ondy evening next at Some Supreme weeks back CO.IPf tbe Tampa Pmi..k y. in of ti!actual amount of emigration, but of the value I Sale of Cotton Thret flags ,<>CO Bait i!I A partial confiscation of the Church property

equal spirit towards himself and toward native 8| at which time Essay will be delivered of bands sold for Yet
,
subjects this government have no right to interfere o'ene' a placing a its masthead" the name of BALn te agricultural urpsu. PEACETECLABED 1 1 ]) !f bad taken place.
by WK. E at, time it indicates that I
tame no
,
autheratively in bit behalf. To do this wouldbe Br DAUJ.r for Chief Justice and IOL.D for Associate, re The Church .declared in tiror of)Lrqufz.Te

t yioll te right of every independent nation to HUGH ARCHE See'ty. markedr->ere tan It *o mitakiff. ittvi "ttion has been made to the productive force of Between France and Austria. j jFiBTOEE 'Mp' Gulden.Gate and Cortex Lid arrived -
--- _.___ _._____ Item
legUlate its own this = = -= :: ::: ; : lave States.Speculation I
wit Ttrrltorcl I governnent recessed in Me ft it-Perry rt:
ti"O the Isthmus from
were to a we mirh Saleof Railroad Land. ecio not rife in 1858. At the South, I POINT, err QnBE July 24. Tbe steamship if j a Cal i. bringing
coon b. involved in trouble with nearly the whol. We invite attention the advertisement of Mr. y. f North Briton has been boarded off Farther $2,200.000 irrtreasure.

worlJ To 0 prxitort ow citizens against the applica Wale G wynn, Agent of t the Pensacola and Georgia The East Floridian copied the Penintvlar't indiscreet sfjce the get disaster that WAS culminating from I Point by the news Yacht belonging to the Atoociai i Time California grain harvest wa represented at
universal law mite 18J7 to ,comparative little speculative demand
principle extent declaration and addressed itself in '
,oChia.. treaties with several I Railroad Company, offering for ale the lands of reply t i ted Tt ess. The Liverpool new is up to Wednesday being abundant.
we securingexemption hal histed for wild lands. Their ha
purchase *
n.ton i Judge Baltzcll. : whether the
American citizens .hen residing a- that Company lying in the immediate neighborhood inquiring Tampa rpr.rcntt i July 13th. {!
t PJiS'UBLIC
Cpr him tc. To been followed to a considerable extent by settlement MINISTER TO THE ARGENTIVE
broad from some of the onerous duties required of their road. correctly, ke tbes of M.i.ipi
I COMMERCIAL WASUINCTOX, July 22. John f. Cusltman,
j Trom their own subject Where no such treaty -- quiriea we are glad see, satisfactory I or preparation for their culture. .
; t repoa I Lirtrpotl, July 13.-Tbe sates of cotton for tbe has been from the
exists and tni
an America citizen has committed a Florida Invention are made by papers which warmly I Nta y1OOO are have been sold in Arkan I .rpintrlioi"ter
crime or a penalty for violating mu The inventions of For unusual three business days were 32,000 bale, with a Sttes to the .orentine erJdun
I any recently patented Rev. James B.,and which of course know whereof they speak." paL a year past an emigration has I pst
whatever
t nieipllaw ., be i*just of the as country liable of hi teop Peeler are advertised in another column. They The Montieello family F'r which on the 14th beet witnessed to that State. The value of its I frm market Middling Orleans closed A'1J and ADDITIONAL BY THE AFRICA.
t
punished for his offense .though residedin consist of a simple, cheap and substantial Plow, and June made an assertion similar to that put forth by laadi hue.only come t b appreciated within a I Middling Uplands at C 136d New You, July 22.-Lord John Russell, stated

it from the day of his birth. If this has not been a' Man a re Dittribntor. It i* not our intention to the Pt irutidar, now says- \ shori period. As a cotton State it is now certain I Breadstuff closed dull, and Provisions were declining. I in Parliament that it wu desirable that Otway,

done return before under this departurtanl the be should be voluntarily be pvjf these inventions.-they do not need it. Let "The Eaxt Ilorijianot the 14th inst., without t to take a Mgh.nk the British Minister t Mexieo, should be recalled,

end punished for mine the Juti.ietiot principles may : those who believe in plantation economy try them any firm foundation upon which its query can be The profits agricultural f.roduct at the South London Money JarL-et.-Tlme money market was to answer certain charges which bad been made.

(
I Under such circumstance no wpuld think: Plow i is the needed. are running upon the issue-Perry r*. Yulee. .
person just thing Certificates from L In behalf of these and bud. The South has not by speculative .
I gentlemen, likewise that of an
contending for that an iotel1neiate residence iu his I I our citizens who have tested i wi be forthcoming. the lIen JOSEPH Mc.5T we mOt mnia got into debt. In its agricultural and commercial SECOND DrSI Am STILL LATER-ARRfVAL OF THECotton
the emphatically
own .
deprive
country whose law years he bad "ioIte of the power government to I -New Orleans- *.m Steamer.- reply that they art running upon any,- _; development it progress has been Bund GENERAL NEWS -:E c i A.

enforce execution. very same principle, and furthermore, we will say, any such intention aid safe. The news by this arrival highly important and
tb.ir These i
Steamers
are to arrive "
at St. has been and is to their
aJ..erie entirely foreign feelings 3-8d.
and no i* applicable the case of a natural interesting 'dyanee -*o
t Marks from New This great sale of wild lands baa Ei u'.Scant! :
Orleans 2d
lied citizen, should be to return his native on or 3,1. and 17th of r And again: I
ciO t each bearing upon the question of labor So barge an PEACE HAS BEEN CONCLUDED between the During the Week Bolt
In he had month and arrive from Sat
country. thAt eaM committed an ; t Key Welt on the i "These gentlemen ire not committed to either 107,0
offence against the lw before Lie departure be isresponsible 15th and SOth of each month, formerly.. Tbesteamers I Terry or Yulee-and if elected, can and will admin-: amount of lands would not have been purchased contending powers of France, Sardinia and Austria. HALIFAX 26.-Time
,
July
for it in same manner as the natiuAmeiem II Icier equal and exact justice in adjudicating had labor been inadequate to our demands There is to be an Italian confederation under the Stemshp Erp arrived -
are the Magnolia and Galceilou. Theyare idifficulties 1 a day, and her news was -
citizen to ,'hoI I have referred. In the between them. If it were had been Indeed honorary Presidency of the Pope. t !t
: to make otherwLeiC suggested. time increase of the She brings Liverpool advice
language of Mr. Mnrcy. in h-:* letter the Efri.Uontl.ly trip to HavlA. carry had the idea express t:chie.
we remotest that eitV"
th.1te ( "he 8f- prices in the South in twelve months Austria bal conceded Lombardy to France, but to Saturday,
10tlofJAuar\! ", to Mr. JaeWm. then our ing the U. t'. M.iL tlrnicu tran wedded t any of the factions in our is astonishing, J6th
"charge .&r.I t Vienna when speaking .f Tou- State, we siiould not advocate their cause." end yet there i is no complaint of a serious redaction Napoleon has yielded it up to SrJioi: COMMIRCJL

sig's case, every nation, whenever its laws are Peace This is outspoken enough. The hbor in Virginia, Kentucky or Missouri. Austria still preserves Venice. Lirerpool Colo" .-The sales of
I violated by any one owing obedience to tlum, The latest foreign new contains intelligence that Quincy Republic o The North colon during commercial week, were 107.CCU
The value Briton left before the effect of this
of
the
whether be be a citizen or a stranger has a right t 1 PEACE .been made between France and Austria, i equally explicit. \\"e happen to know Judge four principal products of the boles The mankct advanced J to IJ Middling

I Inflict the penalties incurred upon the transgressor, the particulars of which are but scantily mentioned. Baltel to be .the partizan of neither Got. Perry S.tl has increased in four years in a remarkable news had time to be developed.The Oceans cUn closed at 7 5-16d.

L if found within its jurisdiction." This principle i* If however these nor Mr. Twice in their unfortunate disagreement,' mraner. In this is to be found a good reason for Anglo Saxon arrived a L..erol on the Money Market.-Consul* elo* J a :} to
1. too well established to ndniitof a serious conlrovervy. particulars do rurnhh the basis o:r that The tbe large sales and appreciation of Southern llth July. 951. The Bank of England had reduced il rates
If of ime our native or naturalized citizens were I the treaty, Napoleon has the hope* says paper. Republic continucB- hgh of discount to 2} per cent
to expose himt'clf to punishment by.the commission oran entertained of him Bat a diMrpiott will I .In this connection it may not be improper to beside In 1855, coton produced at the South was
longer
offence against any of our law,state or national, place the world in -wnession of the real truth. state, once for Ihf that Baltzell runs in this vortb $103.890,000; tobacco $14,717,953 ; sugar ADDITIONAL COMMERCIAL NEWS. SECOm TCL

and afterwards become a naturalized subject of a for -{ -- election upon intrinsic merit I a man, a .122,280,000. In 1858, the cotton was worth $178- The sales of cotton in Liverpool I, for the three At Bread.tuf. declining and
eign he would not have the hardihood I lawyer, a judge, a citizen ; and not the cat's there was but
A paw Provisions *
tend,country upon voluntarily returning within our jurisdiction toC.n- The admirable letter from tie lion. D. L Vulee, of any man: or'.t.t of men, whether of Railroad or 150,000 ; tobacco $17OOOO; rice $I,870O; days, to speculators were 4000 and to exporters dull, and Pork Ittl reported inquiry.heavy and declining were ver.

that bi naturalization relieved him from the published on the first page of to-dny's Floridian, Anti Perry or Yulee afniie but, if i and sugar $16ICl'I 3000 bales. The advance previously reported by The news of peace was fully confirmed, bit no>

pnnithraent due t his crime; much less eoull l l.c wa read at a Barbaetie given on the ith met, at I elected, to do simple and justice to A1 The value of these four products, from 1855, to the Africa was fully maintained. particulars had transpired beyond the {act that the

appeal to the govcrnmet of bis adopted country to I Deer Hammock on the Florida Railroad. including both the Railroads, and to those, if any, 1858, increased over$70,000,000. While this STATE or TRADE.-Manchester advices favorable Prince Tuscany and Modena had U
protect him against his responsibilities to the IT. \\ho may have complaints t urge before him against great ,'er their States. The result of the rtumt
Mates; or any of the States. This government ,ould I This Bartacne seem to have been a grand affair tllf0. Can the opponents of Judge Baltn-11 sav a: djvelopraent hM been in progress, no wild speculative and goods and yarns had slightly advancedin mistrusted in treaty i generly

not for a moment listen to such an appeal. Our cotemporary of the Newnansville Detpatchfyt much" schemes have been popularized a the South- price. The Englud Napoleon was on his way to France.

Whilst.these principles cnnot be contested,great lie never attended a similar gathering in Florid In answer to the question put by our cof emporary no inflated value has been given to property-no A telegraphic dispatch from Turin says Louis Napoleon The Sardinian ministry had rtigoe and Count

care should be Ukeniu application especially where might be sufficient to i rash enterprises have been undertaken has issued Are hAd been charged to a new cnlipet.
to our naturalized Citizen*. The moment a foreigner were congregated 1 large an assemblage i reply generally that no ., -but in every a bulletin fiom Villegio, announcing ror

becomes naturalized his allegiance to his native .Besides tile ron HI-SORED r ASS ETC tits who came high-minded, conscientious gentleman would seek ft department of industry steady, healthy extension \lie completeness of the armistice, and congratulating ARRIVAL OF THE MOSES .

country is severed forever. He experiences anew up on the special tram," be remark, there were position on the Bench commitc to any peculiar has been itnened. the troops on their glorious achievements, New You July 27.-The .steamship TATLr Mpses Tay--

,4 political bir. A broad and imppflssable line IP I tome fix or eight hun.Ire persona who had come,, views or questions upon which he might be called I Who can complain of the condition of the South ? and announcing bis intention for his immediate de lor, from spiowall .amud She bring\ late

) arates rom tile olth'eeountry. He is no for miles around. All seemed to regard a* I to adjudicate. .The of Judge Baltzell" Who would draw from the facts the parur for Paris leaving the provisional command news ftora ,mai. ad passengers,and$2-
i rexponsible for any thing be may say or do, or omit it a oppnent n.celiyor IjOO.OOO in treasure.A .
i not in the are Judges DuPont Wright the latter a complete change our policy T Who will of the to Marshal Valliant
t to say or do, after assuming hi* new character S en only history of the neighborhood, Of we say army large number of golden images had
{ if be bad been born in the United StatcV Should j but of the Florida RirAd The Company, amidst know little or nothing, but of Judge DuPont we that our peculiar social institutions are hostile to The London Times claims that England brought been found on tbe Isthmus ; and several 'holMj recently

), t be return to his native country. be relnrns as an difeu'ie ionurerable, and with almost tcperhu- I can say that be rutis not I a Railroad or an anti Southern development? about the armistice ; and other authorities give the dollars worth bad been sent to'Panama.
((1 American citizen and in no other Invrdtr
,f chAreter. man ._ertion had the Road C.r, and I Railroad candidate; nor is he supported any wherein credit to Prussia. .
$1 t entitle his original government to punish I completed a Fall Election Iu the South Valuable
,c him an offense, this most have been committed now its speedy completion seemed certain. Planters either of these capacities that we are aware of- On the first of August, Alabama votes for a Governor A dispatch from Verona says tbe ani.lc. was Cuss Foa BUD Recp.ni

3 whilst he wa a subject and owed allegiance to that I in iheieoity who a few years since were under I We believe no one has suspected him of complicity State officers and seven Congressmen. Ken- concluded only after repeated requests from tbe you discover your SUeEE bore has HoID-Aa tbe blind soon .
I
. t. \ gCverment The offense must must have have been complete I th necessity of hauling their cotton scores of with the Perry vs. Yulee" difficulties, one way or tacky votes for Governor, State officers, and ten French, and after Austria bad obtained l that she bleed in the third bar of the rr itggeN.of hU

\fure espatrt on. ( cud I mile, now have a depot at their doors. Can the other. Congressmen. Texas asked.It mouth copiousl' him, dr rather make him draw
j ch.rcter tha might have been tried and pun very h votes for Governor,State officers -
ikhedforitat the moment of Lie departure. A we wonder then that they should rejoice not onlyon Whe hope that hereafter the press of the StAte and tn'o Congressmen. was reported that Kossuth bad proposed a Scotch make or aim Maccaboy the snuff snuff up his other nose. I you can -

future liability to serve in the not be account of the facilities afforded will exclude from their columns all allusions On monarchical for not tk any way spread
them the 4th
army but the of
at t August,Tennessee votes for Governor government Hungary. out on a coth or paper and apply it his nose.
sufficient such : Laue ber"r. the his time can arrive, aid for prospect of the speedy completion of the Pioneer: these matters, so far] at least as the Judiciary i con State officers and ten Congressmen. Tbe following is a copy of a telegraphic dispatch Mr. Halley says he has known the above t treatment

become..niee a citizen lia or> change allegiance States. It would i'4: Road of the Slate T Accordingly they determined I cerned. What the people want is an uncommitted, On tbe llth of August North Carolina will choose sent by Louis Napoleon to the Empress Eugenic, to relieve a horse with the blind staggers in fifteen

t i>e quite al urd t contend that a boy, brought to that this epoch in the history of the euterpiise independent Bench, composed of honest, competent eight CogeSren announcing time conclusion of peace: minutes. I is worth atrL-Fo Valley Clt.To

this couutry/rom a foreign country with his father's should be celebrated iu a suitable manner. Bountiful -: men. Such an issue as that referred to by the Petiinfular On October, Gem gia and Iiiirpichoose Val!;, July 11. Peace has been signed between DISTEOT VERVE nr Ho .-Take up your
family when but twelve reAr of age and natural or (If Railroad and carpets-down your curtains. In pailful of W4ter
It arrangements made for anti-Railroad, should Emperor of Austria and the
were State .
a barbacue, and]I officers and thirteen myself on
.
bcd here, who should afterwards visit the country Congressmen \ (cold,) mix well one pound of chloride of lime--
of bis birth when be bad become a man, migLt: the friends of the Road from far and near were in be frowned down as degrading and d.ngerou& The the same time Florida chooses JustIces and Judgesfor following basis-an Italian confederacy to be under (having tnt diluted it into a thin paste in a bowl

then be seized and compelled to perform military i.ied On the arrh'a of the train from Gainesville,, question should b simply one of personal integrity Supreme and (Circuit Courts and County officer the honorary Presidency of time Pope-the Emperor of water, facility mixture.) With a mop,wet

t ervice, because, if be bad remained there throng a 10 A. M.tbe enthusiasm of the people was maD and legal competency. Viewed in this light there Austria concedes all his rights in Lombardy and saturate wel the for.kiriDld any other
) i oirt the intervening e31 and bis life bad belo h i let.ted will be no occasion for & the t woodwork Then
in excitement
their heart Emperor of the French who Ihut
or to has
/cheering, font appeals will transferred auterijlr.
THEFIBSTrAsi.CEE vote for six
; tparcd, lie would have been bound to perform military 8 Irj1nJ Congressmen on the the doors and windows should
I service. TRAIN to reach Deer Hammock: and it popular prejudices.Destructive. 2d and the elections fur the year will them to the King of Sardinia. The Emperor of suspicion of other tfunl in the bedstead, b

I To submit t such a principle would be to make i brought HirvDECDS or crests who were to unite with Fir.-in Jrk.onJII*. close with Louisiana, which will vote for Gover Austria preserves Venice but she will form an integral that down too. In or four hour*all will have
-I' an odious distinction between our naturalized and]I them in of the Italian confederation." disappeared or perished ; but to Insure perfect immunity -
celebrating the o.euio. A letter < part
fl'or Jacksonville dated ( in.t, y ..r ..t. 05.ei nien on the 7 tli of November.0. .
. Dative For this reason, in my dispatch to 20t .. from tbe plague, it might be repeat
The above
citn. -
The Dttpaiek to Another destructive dispatch was bulletined in wl t
proceed the fire Paris
( I give transactions occurred here on
and yesterday
you of 1859, again in my leltel to Mr. the lustration a second tim s i. ., ddy or
llofer layIJ 14th ultimo, I confine the foreign; of the day: "About 1 A. M., CoL Cotton Raw.I morning at 1 o'clock, which swept the entire The next Wesleyan of Female this CoUe *. the 12th Jaly, and the French funds immediately two after.
known
;. jurisdiction in regard to our naturalized citizens introduced our worthy confrere of the East Floridian : square on which was located the Bnffiugton House, teM 'el institution roa e. 2J per cent GRASS U
in
;- to_such vf them as" wcre in the army or actually Dr. W. opens! October with two changes in the present The news did not in >tE TUE.-By sowing nitrate of soda
Babcock London
clled I. who rend the excepting the 'Crespo House' and Dr. Holland's transpire until after in small in under
correspondence Rev. quantities weather, trees,
p into it" at the time they leftPru sia. That faculty. John M. Bonncll has been elected abower
: between the Committee of and former residence. On tIle the official closing hour, but sales of Consuls were a mot beautiful vedure I have
the case of actual desertion or refusal to enter the Arrangements square adjoining on the }President in the place of Rev. Dr. O. L. wi beobtiold
g army after having been regularly drafted and called Hon. D. L. Yulee. This correspondence we north, the California House, the Buffingtou House, Smith,resigned aftewards made A1 95 to 96}. The rise during the used it under beech tree Jiy and the
pub and Rev. 'V. C. Bass
it into it by the gUYMm.nt to which at the time i lish in another column. The letter of Mr. Yulce is I Livery Stable, and other smaller adjoin- I. Professor, vice Mar day -was {, and all other securities closed buoyant grass well always looks geen Having succeeded e
LuiJing cellus Stanley, The on a small scale, now sown nitrate of
1 owed that neitherof following have ln
4 they these altgance I difficulty presumed). in point'of prin well worth a lorul I abounds with valuable ing were consumed. The buiding on square been elected Trnste.E. rrigned to fill vacancies in the Board Cyrus W. Field, Eq., is among the passengers on soda among the long gl the plantations,which
statistical information and should the North Briton. He has the cattle could find that tbe
be read mentioned which accomplished objectof never now herbage
destroyed
h I cple If a soldier or a were to desert from I Lyevry frt were occupied Dr. B.V.. Taylor,of Florida Rev.
J.
Smith
army or navy, for which ef.ns he i.* liable to Floridian, and incite him onward in the great work and insured a follows: Duffinglon-HouseCol. / and Rev. Jo epb S. Key. Bbkely his visit to London. is preferred t tbe other prt of the field

a naturalized severe punishment another and, (coiinti r having,should become a: of Internal Improvements.! We have superior re S Buffington, rroprietorlss $'JUOO, insurancefor .. The Paris Moni/c in explaining the circumstance Peter E. Love baa as ashoe. been- nominated the
return
,t i to the United subject fettles, it would be a !y singular defense sources and advantages to most, if not all, of our $50 in the Southern Mutual ; residence of General Sam Houston, in a letter published in the attending the armistice, says that the great neu- Democratic candidate" for Congress from the a First

I for him to make that he was aloolved-fioni his ctme1aue ; sister Stated, and if we do not use tbe means whicha Grotbe, insured $400 in same company, Galveston News, declares Americanism Texas to trl powers had exchanged communication with District in Georgia. He succeed James L

1 after il commission, be bad become aub bountiful Creator has conferred upon u! we may Custom Hone\; residence of Cart Paul B. Canova; be dead and Lure belligerents, and offered their mediation, but were Seward who declined a re election. lon

ject aootbtr government It would be still never Ink among them as we should. office of CoL J. P. Sanderson. The ,*as- unsuccessful until French fleet was about to commence -as-

I behalf strange for were any that such.government reason. Again to interpose, dnring the in last hit ., After the correspondence was read, Ct G. 'Y.[ j II' contents of the several buildings destroyed were I Judge Delaplane, of Highland county, Ohio, a hostilities against Venice and the conflict Here Goes Two

war with Great liritain,iD s I' Call arose, and for one hour,interested audience saved. I was only by the greatest exertion that prominent ani influential Whig in past years. has before Verona was imminent when Napoleon, who Henry Sloan, second mate of tbe bark E A. Raj-
mention in nrI8trClligJ Railroad I come out in a letter, in which be he can no was anxious to farther bloodshed lins, tried, convicted and sentenced t three years
Holland says
Pennsylvania particular- man on matter He spoke of the difficulty of the House (occupied by D. Steele as an prevent ascertained in the
imprisonment
who was drafted and called into the service I longer support the Republican party. The at penitentiary Washington,
wu building Railroads the Immense office and the the disposition of the of Austria
House Emperor
exposed to a severe penalty if he did not the capital that wasrequi.Ite ) Crespo were sved. tCtpt of that party t nullify laws of the gen and one thousand dollr fine, for manslaughter upon -
$ draft and muster himself into the service, or obey, default the numerous incidental delays, the financiering Celebration- av-1-- fnl government, and treatment. which and finding him willing, an armistice was con the high seas, mi good his escape from our
I'' there of a Suppose such that ,'a necessary, and the pains taken to In a Penitentiary. Judge Swan received in the late Black Republican cluded. county jail on last Friday night The Jailor in the
Iq1.atitnte
individual,procure after incurred Rather a novel proceeding occurred in the Washington State induced Judge Delaplane and The two bad morning found the cell and trap doors open-bird
an having this penalty, secure the route. On tIle bitter point the conYntonllu Emperors their interview Villa-
bat ,
had gone to a foreign c\l.tryIIAd become naturalized Penitentiary on the Fourth of July. Th o Whigs to sever their con franca a flown. He has had sufficient timt since his tra
there and then retnrntoPennylianiais it speaker gave a happy bit to those persona who pre convicts of that institution celebrated the day with nection. They will vote with the Democracy at and conviction to effect bis escape from bit

to imagine that for this reason the arm of possible the ft'rre their own to the public interest. The company the usual ceremonies, were witnessed the place of confinement, and be ba gone and done it.Apalaettirola .
by a
'5 State authorities would be and that they in the selection of a route were guided by 'hic -- SECOND DE3AATCH. .Advcrtiter, July 20.
4 could not exact the paralyzf these large concourse citizens with unusual interest The wheat crop of this country,just harvested, --
penalty examples the of their and The London Tinxt
stte reports engineers, not by the that France spent 50-, Hotel at the Key
ilc to show more clearly both the extent and limitation representations The chapel was decked with 10.e and is set down at two hundred and one million of ) .
of difereDt communities lie spoke of evergeens 000,0 sterling and men, only give Milana A gentlema just returned from a pleasure excursion -
rightful Hanoverian jurisdiction in such and at the eastern end, fronting the bushel about 60,00 t
,
or millions .
of barrels
appeared forty
to informs that
or one ,
the hat had Piedmontese Keys us our friend .
beset Capt.N.
cases. It is impossible to foresee all the many difcultic the in.teJ,of an Austrian master, and
varying enterprise in handsome letters on"a blue ground the and three fifths of a barrel of flour for one P. Willsrd,formerly of this place,i*making him
circumstances which attend eases as but congratulated the public that every establish the in .
may they may were Pope a temporal even beyond
past "
they motto: We Still Love Our Country. Copies ofa of tbe dignity self exceedingly popular as Hotel keeper on
arise millions individuals
of
; but is believed that the principles laid downmay the bad been surmounted twenty-five in this his t.Key.
greatest tind imagilton. game must be a by his indefatigable effort to make
although written with
colored
be sufficient embellishments NapleD" every
to guide programme This
generally your country would not seem be a deal
eonduet unforseen circumstances t great comfortable and who honors him
nicnr happen to very long one happy witn
is deeply regretted that the prevent the the of" one
It t b the of on margin bearing names Washington, more than otr own want. would require, and it The London a calL Everything about the is 'arrangedand
speedy Road ,1[ that the bon
evince much this sot there mca of
governments tenacity on completion yet was say hope
tle
E Italy
Lafayette, Montgomery, Koscinsko, were would be if in order and the table i ii
not ,
we bad not the other perfect
It be better far better for but little doubt but and kept
ject woul them, considering that the cars would be running cetla are utterly deceived by this peace. .apple
distributed the History leon with tbat ia served in
small number among Audiente. particularly! te of Indian eTel.thng good, up
comparatively of their great Corn to
I to Cedar Keys by tbe first January next crop help Louis Napoleon to a strict account for best yu
native subjects who return tothcr: dominions after The following sketch of the proceedings is from out the Ohio is having .tyle
.Towards the conclusion Col. Gall supply. given a production of made the war false and Those wishing taste of the salt
1 being naturalized in this country, not to alluded t the Washington Star: on pretences signed a weak t bajtny' water
V I t exact military service from them. alemrt the Tampa Road. lie 5tt that although another 20,000,000 bichela; Pennsylvania 2,0,0; New and selfish peace that leaves Austria Impregnably breeze, and to lee business and care behind for awhile

prove be.most reluctant If they violate Company bad organized and bad The Declaration of Independence was read by C. York, 20.00C.OOO; Illinois, 20,0,0. The New fortified in the heart of Northern and this hot weather,we earnestly advise to take
t fliers preferred t go 1L Barrett in a clear voice, and hit appearance rather Italy, commit a trip Cedar
I any law other native country during their on one side of Orange Lake, while favorably impressed the audience, being that of England State have decreased in their production Ceota Italy t the patronage of the Pope. t Ke-JG J,1 Jull.
vi visit, tbeyae, course, amenable like other American W Company) of wheat, but the West increased four to one.
preferred the other, be would a frank kindly young man; and i( was not to London
t1 eitzcns. I would be a rad mi.onunt if for not regard this as realize tho crime for which be is incarceratedwas easy The amount of land under wheat cultivation this, Tie iforsitsg'posS My the Pope i do l Hatters.
the sake of an advantage 1 trifling to such govern rivrl Company. They would unite at Ocala, and tha murder I year is thirty-three percent greater than in 1855. prived of the substance but keeps the shadow of i Special

111 anent they involve themselves in serious from that point to Tampa, their route would be the The address of the day, R. Smith, was We hear of a production of tbirtyonebahela supremacy.It .

-1 I4 with with a them country the: so ddruus a we are of same. Mr. Pbelan, who has the contract from the occasion yet more by Interest in tbe speaker a,efur young t t the acre, but production per was rumored at Berlin that the Emperor of ENTIRELY NEW! R RELYNEWf..

I-, maintaining I fortunate that serious difficult-friendly} of rtAtonl Florida Railroad for the grading a far as Ocala,offered man with a fine expansive brow and a quick intelligent acre not average twotbird-of that amount Russia would soon arrive there t attend a family WHAT IS IT ?
The address well
was conceived and
lt mainly confined to the-German State*-and ea t take the contract through t Tampa,but the delivered eye. with gesture and elocutionary Cn THIS OCT.-II would b well for every reader conference touching the disposal of the Crown of THAT WONDERFUL PURIFYING AGENT
w' J>laU that the laws of Great Britain Io not au- declined. If however, when 'a appropriate of the Prussia after the abdication of the
item which
Company they had efet. allowing scholarship and cultivation following we cut from the Grand King.
$141
.llxriteany service whatever. Fluid !
military
M -compulsory ---- built their Road to Ocala tbe Peninsular Road on the part the unfortunate criminaL We for- Junction, fjcnn.) Quid Nnc, of the 9th inst. to The announcement of peace when read t both Darby's Prophylactic

r ; t The member of the Democratic national Commit should fail to'carry on their Road from that point bear it giving should his come name in ful knowledge at bis earnest of his requestlest cut it out aid preserve it The White Ash I abun Houses of the British Parliament, received prolonged Thit it a A'eta Di. I rtnlt of Learned

11- the have agreed the 2d of June the Florida Railroad would to t age in man of this and the States cheerIS'W Ruead. Cl lpA Scientific Skill-
upon day 1860 A carry it through mother, (thus far kept in ignorance of the fact) dan ; part adjoining ,
I : the day for tuneetng of the National Convention Tampa Col. C concluded by paying a handsome her only son ia within the wall of a prison. His and it would-be well to keep the Drug Stores supplied TT is a Chemical Union of materials provided by
JL Nature for rendering the air .
at candidate for President compliment to the ladies, and if we crime, we believe, wa ( with leave FROM VENEZUELA. henelf pore "
judge :
and Vice may orger. breathe. fa in obedience fixed law .
it President of the U States.-Exchange. t t *
cite la his address he aOD
- We haveobserved this paragraph going the ruod. from bis LOU, bi* words were not altogetherHIARTJ.ESS. novel one; but outcst'though they celebration were, the as fire a A little girl of this vicinity, was eure of a rattlesnake PmnDSLruiA, July 14th.-President Peaz and QUICK, SURE, POWERFUL!

-I of the paper, uneontnetd for several weeb.It .- patriotism glowed in their bosoms. bite recently, by tb u of strong decoction Suit have arrived here from Veuela That
ban entire The .The Go of white ah leaves, and also purifies dwellings, sink,kitchen
Committee, ns speaking being for tbe tkD internally I
mistake over the forbid that their misfortunes should is a distracted
yet country offensive odors
prcnt entirely crsh I treasury resaove ;
have applied not used cnditonhe
lot tinshas been set for tultiantialt t t. 10nnd deton was I a
their finer
m any were taken into conli put feelings I For himself
!jotwithstanding keenly is with instant certainty
and
meeting. be called in the early un'i .
I probably the which attached to him, but his
-I fall K or 1 it likely tht the Committee will the large number \iaitot th most degd.ton hereafter redeem u.e Immediately after receiving bite, there port Laguara is Itmathe best preparation everisa.dforfre.bwoimd&
his doMECA
fix on so late a as the of June. For the bountiful provision bad been made by the liberal name. t good wont prbbr have been no swelling a alL I destroys all.vegetable a anl pen;

session of the Convention some day early in April community of Deer Hammock. Had there been Proceeding to recite in vivid language, the leading Tere 'ie of black snake (not pifonoua relieve* in a few *,.
be far better the rattlesnake beesetc.It
.
-tit* earlier in the month the .FFAR
tel"i Aprlady in Charleston stand for Jane bet 1 thrice .many present their want would all have eynl in the history be of the country, and 0 tear him, and alway tght kil him. But, in tbe encounter, WASHDJGTOX,July S4th.-The Juarez scatted* boils when forming;
Independence went to th
and I been Mtisfied. Although the day was warm, on depict he wound from tbe gveet boils when formed, and heals
and
New generally
July CnciDnati YorL--6'm Est I very terial of the re e many fng Mexico contracts fora I ath t
t there progress country closing with an his i ha.eonelude lrge supply
futnr. yet was a plenty of ice to keep cool. Too ap of poisonot antagonist. These be rapidly.
peal t ida fellow prisoners t aspire to a higher cure breach loading and Minnie and rifled It i carbuncles ulcers, and sows _
Neitlt of tbe above statements Is quite correct. much cannot be said in of the sition, urging them that to this chewing white ash leave and applying his saliva, guns good fo e ;.
t good reason to stat that the meeting of for tbe liberal in praise community no ana surer means upon than tbe cultivation endteewa charged with their pulpy juice, a* a ort of linia- cannon deliverable in M.e in September.An I ceane th teeth a purifies the breath;
] the manner which they provided for te pa Instinct of the Typhoid and Scarlet Feverar.mitigat.edbythenaeof
Committee will be held i. Washington on tbe triotism. have ment. The reptile suggested the .extraordinary cabinet meeting was held on
Altogether
th of December next to fix the their We were truly to witness we Le.r tfnitelywor remedy man. this Fluid; it has.bean
time Jor the Convention gtsts gtfe
and not better, t on the object of Minister *
many yesterday Fever Families
Fourh lLne' known cheek '
Inch d apreadofTyphoid
. to assemble. Until their action is made lare gathering/ were tle.citizens July spread outside the -as aTe th i
pl\ile, of ea all peuflog I t the day from twenty and thirty mile around prefect but the This address engleism was warmly applauded penitentiary. Cedar Key and Fernandlna nout.We patches. Tbe rli unknown. and up p1tatoD
upon il it
( tbe luwble, be urn learn from the gentlemanly mail agent for Ui m Ct. e
mnlt counties both tcnrere! conclusion, not only by the but the
spectators
r: out any definite foundation. The last April or number a rtlr.Dt Quite convicts, who teemed little pride In by the Ford.Geo. Centre, Esq., who arrived in our city ARRIVAL OF THE QUAKER CITY. : lub.Sa/annab, Augusta, Att Ha.CJ4
rsfof U a of out acquaintance Feroandina t tk Snwanoea from : ,,Selma, Nw IT.
- May spoken of by oflhe rm creditable effort of Sturyla per b: a l
meOb1 Cmi one Bue C
e. tee, but our impression i a tal.r .ould were there, and among those from Levy, we ,'er of the convict Dumb.Te dar i now considered opea. Nrw You 33. Th. steamship Quaker Ho.pt of 'New Orleans a K I aa -

': l b generally more acceptable-.-say middle of pleased t let our friend, J.me P. Thompson, good singing, ad one piece, "w.Do they mi*.ece. that he brought through t Cedar Key from Fer- City has arrived from Havana ;
Apr1ne the Convention is to be bud in a .. a nandina,the first Unit The fever : Hospitals,corporation, ship m.t 0aav&ctrers. .
of"ekin. It borne sufficiently touching draw tears Stt.dlai1orthe lnn yellow was a considerable
i Eq. wa somewhat A .a t .lrnUger. t pUnUrs fonutbed gallon at'
_ Joxnil Cvnmcrct. and that by tbe : ,physician
"t noe t
&utel fm b
1P. unused the Otbr te wi .
c I I Lade to see persons who bad come from thirty e pea" t meting mo. be in complete running which time : ,extent but Ter mid type. reduced rt
II orer.
jy Te contesdicg j>oifm in Europe refuse to I hundred miles to attend a Lrbcue Six yean t The London correspondent. .of UM Philadelphia contract for te dairy New York t New CoL Ecpelinsc, a planter isis failedfor_ about C t For by di and eoimtrjinerCbeflti generally
-4 such a Orlenl is expects4 togoictooperation. half a million dollar; two bankers had also failed. : ,from a" 11
give tbe Amcricita officers who I ago seemed Sy wht o '
obtained leave I Irait I thing very imprbbJe.1le lqirtr writes:
t you of thus enterprise, aDd questIon distrust : ,i Try at least Oe Price SO P01w
IY te There
was a prevailing
Europe, &opportunity to-otoerve their milli!i East HaridiaH, in its account o.f this pro- I have ju made inquiry In relation to the rumored ye ot the originators al you w111 still the general among direction.

tar; tactics acd the operation 'the new mode :j! ceeding, says; insanity of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, the fact ..1 ab the laos that a safe, tpttdy and cktap e ommereial men. J3T Yue oolj in the Laboratory

detraction, Our ofEeersWte teu I i, After dinner the meeting was jdreesed by Cob celebrated DonUa It I entirely unfounded. Hi i travelling communication ha* been, or will shortly Jnatprevlonito tbe departure of t Quaker C. J. DAY.Aub A

to to the ra passport Dawkina of GainsviUe, Mr.( Graham of City mind i* .strong bi bealtb i*bad b through the Peninsular of Ford that a dispatch had been received For sale i Ta b AE. LVY.
.ttt seat.of tieS contest. and Judge Llrinjston Fernandina, Lk and his person i* much acL The defeat ef the opJ.[ successfully compete grt ksrfba4oecnrreIatGI.nfnegoswbIem nDoDeg t and by
le
iisr.. t-cresto.enlly returned t England to Teyj their hearers upon o the successful.bo congratulated of Derby Ministry was a t hl a. it releasedhim stream of our travelling pnbDe, that o a rear destroyed N. B.-Persaea toik ore, water,&&,anal -
- /artier progress from UM of office, H ftftts North and Sooth from Texav the of Avilk.i DeBlane ud sad have it done reasonable by
diplcjc! wjslitrajwn { tee ct the Rood and depleted in gloving color, the care 10)1'careworn Id tt Man t .rhu n r can O l H
.tc rgEerous and At he i to the Cia rtl AmtricaB with ill thousand ofM 't .
i' t/iXtvctfi vf r: ; :-iattcvLtb rceld ccm "to the e>ra- requires m present, hi.stat i .a Sup Terry,together hopbead iogto
". .. : l : Knebworth, Imfo h tl.cMcoJ4irtier. July,1. covado sugar. -, i Marca 12,18& 1-11 .
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; du hbrrfisrnirnfs.
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).1r *M>octh tnj "ett rn voutry..to the fear they have I 1 I W.mn; tR; NEW GOS NEW GOODS !II! LY, Styles.fTIHK '-
direful .
cr: the Fever *n w7 ds "e beer of rrar>Di attacked by thU disease and I : now openly tleii SPRING
made liclpleu In a thvrt time", wltboot any ineans of alTorJTij I Valuable Inventions 50 Warren & 120 ,Chamber St*", W E are l receiving our Stock of SPRING ASUMJlEfl -DEALERS IXI -. 1 _L STOCK I is the largest a best assorted
GOODS. which we will! sell
rtlicf. In view o. the rmA demaiul for a remedy Dr. NEW YORK. very <-i* offered for sale.
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HUCTETTEB... fn-wnteU hi* celebrated "Bmcra," booe )i PEELmEI.'S:: : ... low fut OAsakod to prompt paying Customers I \ t. 'It c. ,i"h th usual Tariety. We p. t few
MANUFACTURERS
A OL SAL DEALERS I
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curatIve powrw for all diet.tel or the ttomack bare been I : caunttiuff in part follows: I article rcb department and wIll be happy t
,' ,." ECONOMICAL AND VARIETY STEEL BLADE 1 c'll! all or of the same to :
unltrnany ad o kI I;<-J. The"lJlt prepared after a Dress Goods I'h.w.r any part ou
lone rprce and ttvp IUld,..bare received the rncoo.iun.t II : : rit'lJ atni the public. .
the 1I.I0000cmlllf'nl pl".kiaaa! IUI will ai aU rbllfoN, :IIOw I IA.TS, C.AJS, Double Skirt (ilk, Grenadine Robe a Laizc, I \ t DRYGOO s

from jitrt of our cou..try. lotl>OM> wli& doubt their } Robe a Laire Bilk, Double Skirts t and
ivCry I I FLOWERS light the bale piece 0
by
tented June 21st 19. I BOSKETS] : 4C Lot BayadereiSilk! Las I ten! O.abu
many Urtuoa all wo nit. ea) Is to try then, and JuJgc r..rth..m..h..r..I..u(1) I, ___ __ Double Jnpe Crgaodies, Double Skirtrjaeouets Bayade.e, W@ S1'I **., Plai.U al. Prints,for servants wear
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| l The Most Economical, Convenient and :Efficient I Have now ready a Choice and Desirable Stock of the SI.Irt... Robe a Laue I I I Madras and Verona Ht'rs..1 e me. in ".e'1. SI
Ml by above which solicit the of I
to
i Cultivator Ever Invented. I good they inspection OrgnnsbetF. j4 w.e. l.I Bayadere E\V lrl5 :
E!f""- t'C' ra anotlirr euluma. f --(1--- aU First Class I'nrebuerbylhe Caiear Otherwise. Robe MagtsMi Double Skirt PUntvr L'n a CJ'tth'&e.Ac.&e., **, De-
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.- .-. ; properly nude and wed.! i if it do n'.I I CATALOGUES. containing description o{ Good, Almedas Itube a Laize Bareges" i TALLAH1SE1 fLlifI ill,.,., Marlboro 3rns., tdexizig". Shirtm. .d

!*i i it K 11; rAt ) WHEN prove itself. I herein pWge my.elf to with prices attached<
?;U Mar>"' Hall. Iu Pousacola. on the enning.1MNIKL return the m-ncy to those who purchase rights forheir I New York, July :S3, '69. 30-U. I ARE variety of articles: kept by Drttghts. c I GOODS FOR THE LADIES

(4 II.e I'I: In-f.. I.v "\. Mr. Blake.of Tathtbaete I t plantations. I PLASTERS, PHYSICIANS.; I Plain nod figured Linen liuji;?;;,
I Require but one Stock for any kin I of a Bind. I JOHN B. c.tLnnAITn..T. W. BKEVASD, lB.i Ofeindi* and JICOt
: i'. HOLLAND.) ..f Fla.. toMi Robs
L-.J. Quincy and other will fiftJ at tlJa establishment
ten of which way be put on, fastened and taken. : off, EMBROIDERIES LACES RIBBONS &C. always a Beautiful French es.ja
-. M.\!:\' K1I..V: IIlILI.lX4J"r: M il41o. ) la. I j in one tuiuute. i Galbraith & Brevard Embroidered Collar, I Ribbon Trimmed, Collars:, full supply of every thing needed. i m our line and ODD 'I Printed Lawns and Muslins, nLes

----- -- I Is adapted to sod .nb*..il,Hllgide.itnd general cuttivatuii Embroidered Skirts I lht'ra terms AS they can be bad in any Soullietn Earlston and other style
j Ladies ,
a and Misses Setts, Ongtr.
.OUITr.UIV. I aud may be turned into a double plow it I ATTORNEYS AT LAVT7TALLAIUSST.E I ladies and Misces Em"bd Handkerchiefs, Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly aU English Prints, some .
desired! and is ons'rucfed! that seed. tended to and filled with the same correctness if bktts."Indestructible"
so a planter may )'LORlDA.I Mireeilles Collar a (great true )
DieJ Ga. the White and colored i .
inVj'IIIIftl1: D..r Colomhns on evening I
purchased Customers. To Cask and ,
be attached to it, tie cost of which will cot exceedone Sties and Jaconet personally by D Expansion and
of July 12th: 1859: :Mrs. VIRGINIA A. OL- dollar. July 23, 1859. :80DISSOLUTION u Flouncing. prompt time buyers, we feel confident in saying we I Cratu..

l\ lt.lI'ie of J...Dorricu Olirer 1 and jpunjcslJaughUr ; E\ery part is defacl.aWe: and adjustable to itself. I. OF a I R.al Linen Edgings" &&: Imertings" can give them entire .:lisfot'tio Our STOCK Com I Linen Cambric; .Emboieed.e9U. Glorrs! ,

of the late Hun L'h S. Shorter. TIle stock which may be made of common pine Tasela plank is so simply e constructed and there being no I COPARTNERSHIP.rnHE Dress Drugs Dye Stuffs, Tapes,Thread: Needles, Pins, Ac, .
i Fancy Trimmings, !Bonnet Ribbon! .
Iltrlirlli, mnriae; And d":1lh-the tl.ree great weld in the iron part, that the whole plow may be Ituban Dallia JFancj 4 Plain Belt Medicines, \ arnisbe', HATS.' ,
crcuU of lilc-u 'rc croHilttl! into the short space off rcadiiy put up by the commonest Smith after onse I COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be- Rib'n Chemicals, Putty
X tween Henry B. Fitts A David C. Wdaon.t ocher feather Edge Trimming Ribbons, A fine assortment. Black CimeeSloTe Merino,
: lin-f vesrs. She cauie into the world and Itoptvda i obtaining a correct pattern. The opinion of all wb. i Perfumery Burning Fluid French Paris
Lave seen and tried it is that it will be theOJSTLY the name and stile of lancy and Black Velvet: Ribbons Paints Cam hioe. Cable Drab ,
I
<< littV while: -just long: enough to how us howt..ajtifizl 'laotn.. Antique', Leghorn,Can
H. B. FITTS & CO. Cbanflly Veils, I Fancy A Plain Ruches, Oils, Glass Ware,
PLOW USEDas ton, Pearl Hair, Florence, ranama
the t..i..nec t.rllD angel i ill ; and then, her I Freud: Flowers I *
Parasols AVindow
is this dissolved mutual __ & Fans Fine Soaps, Glass. and others.CLOTHING.
Urelr iu:..'Kti intliJ, ehc fuljed her IlIn.It in death ; soon as its merits are generally known. and that day by consent. --- Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured many
j taking several years together it will be but a small David O. Wilson is appointed sole agent to close FANCY & STAPLE Tocc .
and wtt f.cfUr bjik again; to hit Falhtr'. home .f the the business of aid Brushes Patent tc.Re.glsna.
I part present plow expenses being not only I up copartnership. :J::>'B.Y GOODS J Paine Brushes, Fine Havana Segars, t Sacks,Frocks and Cot of Italian Cloth
'Hie frail at.d tender little flu cr-too Rirtit txiure > most convenient but cheapest plow which can be used. I H. B. FITTS.
Medicine Chests de Eta Ac, Pants ,from bestCsssimere
,
Instruments o.
Fancy Briliantl' Surgical Crap <
,tou delicate for earth, transplanted blooni. in i D. C. AVILSON. .. 'Osnaburgs
Ile3\.-" AnJ) in that better world, my Jarhni we'll : -0- j July 1, 1839. SO 1fuehl8, Brown Shirtinge. suited to Plantation.and Family use, I and Fancy Linen Drills, down to common
.. Vats of all Shirts. Undershirts !
a ID
li\e ami |n\ea' :aiii ft"rcrtrn-ore. 'JhiiluT,from all : Prints. B I Ieh PCEE WISES i BIUNDIES-for JIEBICISAL purposes. oral* sr
.
4 .. Hubert of Stocks, Tics
4- E.\glisb Prints, & Brown Drawer; C.Ua
clue, "we" ttrn us n.,\v.-fr 'm this Jail anJ dreary PEELER'Sinn t Notice.T"IIE .. Diiila -ALSO- .
<#<>rlA, (iuni thire.rnt witli! i lie clic,rc! .. blank : It 4--4 French Ministers PIa ds, I 800 OUNCES SULPH I i Gloves and Poeketllandkerehiefs.
tfroin tbo! past eVen with it* precious fragrant intnio unders'gncd is appointed sole scent to close I White ct Cord MarseIlles,I Apron Chf'Cks. QUININE. SHOES &BOOTS. .

lien,-trotn .ill we Iura away, :1II.I'04okmt' ; only! up.a.i.l I j A up the business of the late firm of II. B. FITTSA I Pique Cloth, Malburo PlaidJ ct Stripes, I D. II AMES, 1 LIVELY. A large of the best makes, fur

to tin- :rut (utue. tila.r. Impes and cure re- I Patented June 21st, 1S9:; : CO.. all persons indebted to said firm are requested: ''I Sueral1R Swiss Musiin. ,Fancy CottoDl.dt, May 14, 1859. __20_ __ Lvie! very, Gentlemen 15rtmet and the rifting gen4ratio-1
to come forward and the and WLt .k Dotted Swiss Blue V..nirnll I -
all I
,
,
same
u'.IIh.: we truxtfu'ly: ctrtticli out our arms to t'.er: I pay persons styles, kinds and
<\lear: f'.innir.: and! uait; our LI<--.t reunion there. i VDAPTKD to the sowini and dUlributingof any :, having claims against said firm are requested to prv I India Twill LoIIg MIIS'l Brown d Diesels Clal. SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, I prices.ALSO-

tZ3UlIl.J! and .\UUlltw, Oa, 1'lIl'cn 1,1t1'a l ellnnoinir .L and fertilizers whether fine or sent them for reltleuient. D. C. AVILSON. Tape Checks Pillow Case Cotton and OMPIEKEICOSEE HARDWARE ,
:i cnaiiio. ntlicr: : t.i broadcast or in drill. Any cart or I July 1,189.! SO [Sentinel copy. Ladies and Missei Linen NOTIONS. FAN'Cl".OQDg
CHI'S' on a plantation be readilyfoed for this \\011. hose Linen & LAUD OILS.For .
wagon may Shirting.
_. \I nt cost. it -B Blacksmith I Crinoinl: : Brown sale AMES & LIVELY CROCKERY. GLASS WARE
pui pose 4 a trifling Any planter giving a Notice Muslin )fAliendale d BlencbThompson' by SADDLERY TIN W A tc,
fincnt of (CanMbatrs.toiritr. fair trial and finding the above to be not true will i- New Style 0 1-4 Shirting. May 14, IS:9. 20 -ALSO- de
have Ms money returned. lloop8kirts. I Fancy k Striped Driflings I -
i! One of the greatest labor caving Inventions-the !I Ladies Corsets pith Lip White Navy Duck The Original Extract Quality A Ful Supply of Family Grctris-Sty.

I.'JC an I': : I very thing farmers have so long needed. j jI I uppoltera atteched Farmers Drills, Corn Starch T Sugars Coffees Wines BDdies.Re Fhiiil
Canada Ct8Iimerell Candies. Burning
--- ---- I Planter Linen Sap CanIe.Uams.Spic"
t"i'c :\Authorized t to announce I Those ihliing to purchase State or County Ri hta j f I Persian CasslJ1erl': !, Brown d Bleached Linen TDUEPA RED expressly for Puddings.> Ice Cream an. and Pipes,Eseentes.

11. P. lllHil'I': J1"U 3 candidate for A"1'iltle' j' fr either of the above Invention, of wishing to become Black Dab Deta, Duck I Cakes, Bance Mange,Custard*, Pies, Pori t'. agents for the sale of rights., now have |! Farm u Satin, Chinese Grass Cloth. so on. In feet, every thing uSWJ,1antc in a fiu
'tice < : the x.|l'lti.h! <:urt: ,r the State, at the : an op- .ived fresh by AMES & LIVELY. .
ponuuity for great grain. May 21. 21Congress ily. and perhaps some tha not
<4 which sell the uwal
All of glad to
.. Address: Kev. JAMES PECLER. I we on
--- --- -

:arc :autJlOrizeuto nniioiincc j My son, A. J. PEELER will Tallahassee act as my, Honda.j agent.at TIIHE BLACKSMITH! BUSINESS IN ALL ITS fI!! Boots & Shoes : I!. Water terms.Newport April McNAUGUT 9, 1859. ORMOND 13 t CO;

AID) St W 1VALKEU this city, ." wnjijat I this place and is authorized to sell Individual, Coun- JL branches will be carried on as heretofore, at the Ladies Creole SUPPLY, just receive and for sale -

for the WTne .if A M ciate Ju>tic*<.f die Supreme, j ty or State Right, or employ necnts for the Bale of OLD STAND by the undersigned who return ** Highland French Gaiters" AFRESH AME : LIA'ELY. Spring & SummerGOODS1859
the JAMES thanks for and solicits a continuation of the public 20
PEELER 14 18S9.
cf HorW fit C'ourt nsuing Highland ._
. June CO, 1P39. 31-ly patronage heretofore so liberally\ extended.D. -- I1 .
-- -- ----- Gaiters
Congress -------1
.
C. WILSON. ..
The friends of lIon. CIIAS.
2r. July 1. 1859.>! SO [Sentinel copy. .. Giptey Buskins .
Acres of Railroad -
II. IXl'ONT tinounee liiui as a cr.nJiJate fur the 250,000 Heel Slippers. EXTRA and No. 1-Ground in pure Lin- W t are now receiv'r" .
Velvet Slippers<< PURE I Oil received and for sale and full -
oflice of Claif Jn.-tk: ci the fciiprirnc Court of Lands for Sale.r Master's Sale of Slpyes. II White Kid ; just by ing a large
.
.
Slippers: .[ AMES &
-- of SPRiNGSUMMER
r l MESE are composed cf the alternate secJ virtue of a decree bearing date of the 13th Bonze Congress Bouts, 21, 1869. 21 L1ELY.1ly assortment

flrt1&C. ---- lions qn either side of the Pen,'acola A Georgia : BY of July inst, made by ths Hon.J. AVayles Gents Calf P. P. Boots -_ & CLOT// -5' ::1

. C. YOXGE, Ksq., of ""cst1""ti.LI l alro..Imlnled l, by the United States and State of I I Baker, Judge of the Middle Circuit of F orida, sitting I II Patent fox: London Boots T EMOXS, Guava and Cut rent Jellies, Prunes, IKO, Gentlemen's furnulling ,
Fluiida to aid in building this road. Those now offered in Chancery, in a certain cause wherein James E. Call .. It _I.4 Pears Sardines,Pickled Oysters Brandy Peach- goods of .
his friends the
i is to
litrel-y Irf'o'6'nh.J liy every
are I located on that part of the hue extending I I Bmome, John McDougall and John C. McGebee are I New style Cloth Gaiters, el'. Preserved Lemons, Oraogev, Pine Apples and .
votcrsofthietate r.Koflion totliotfflee.f A* I; fiom Tallahaetcc to Alligator a distance of 105 I Ii I complainants and Sarah Ann Betton Executrix, Ac. I Planters Shoes of all kinds, Ginger Green Gage Marmalade,Lemon Syrup decn'ption.yothacloth. l
ociatc Ju :.icc of the Supreme:! Court on the fir-t i miles. Most of them arc in the v.cinity: of and cast of A. M. Gatlin deceased and Torbutt R. Betton Misses Fancy Gaiters,** """" berry do, do. Pine Apple da and RIp iog.

tlon.lsy of Oi-tober ncit.We j of the Suwanncc River. They embrace every vari- are defendants. I shall on the first Monday Sep Black Gaiters, ger do. Strawbr.do.in.ga.Fresh Salmon Lobster. .

-.- --.-. .- -- -- etv of foil from land suitable merely fur timber and tember nxt that is to say on the fifih day of Septem 44 Heel Slippers, Haddock Halhbut end Shad. Assorted Pickles, -ALSO-
: ir arc authorized to announce | naval stores, to the most valuable! description lor thepru'tiou ber. 1859. cell for cash at public outcry before the U Lace Boots, Scotch Ale and Porter. A full supply of Black and Colored CMLf.
1 { .f Sea Is'and and Short Cotton, Sugar Court Black and Fancy Spiing Castimerci,
House door in Tallahassee\ the reversionary or Children's Fancy: Ankle Tic, 30,000 Havana
1) 1'. HOLLASI Er. } Riw Coni. Tobacco and other agricultural products remainder interest of the Estate of A. M.Gatlin deceased Diamond Boots, Silk and Marseilles Vesting. .
ciate Ju-tirt. at the entuirig election in October j of Florida. A la< proportion are pine lands basedon in } LILY. Black! Drab Glaze
ge the negro! slaves assigned to said Sarah Colored Boots, May 21. 1859. .21. _ __ Det Alpacca. Arabia
not clay with dense and large forest growth resembling Ann Bettun for her dower in said estate and their increase a Goat Lace Boot, White ad Fancy DriUI ,
much the beet Iv ds of Baker Geor. Cod Liver Oil. Duck and Plain Linen
-- -- - - pine county to-wit: Mary and her child Gun. Willis, Ann Bronze Gaiters.
r-ir TtJe JIoi. .J OS. CANTS: (IfIiJlIe gia. with the difference in their favor that climate: and her child Fred, Edmund Jarvis. Fanny and her Boys Coots, Boys Pump-sole Gaiters T7\RESH AND PURE oftheeelebratc Brands" Brown Grey and Black Silk mixed Spring Coatugs .

llorila, i h lirr.4. his friend i and proximity to the seaboard make them admirably children Mary, Guy, Rose and an infant CalfOxfor 'ins, JD Hegrman, Clark y 1fecEte1 Iy { adapted for the production of Sea Island Cotton and r... B. HILTON Special Master. .* Kip Brogans; Boys Goat Brogans. For sale by AMES A LIVELY. All of which we are prepared to manafactM:n
to the totcr* of the fctste:= f.,r tl"cti ... to the oHiic i Sugar. The bett recommendation of these lands will July 23, 1859.! 30tdiNotice -- -- May 2L 1859. 21 promptly in the best and most fasbioaaU njauuw.

of .\M'iicuteJulke..,ftli:SBprrtn ?"'<,,:rt on the Cret l* f'Dnd in the crops of corn, sugar cane, long and -L.. Please give us a. CALL.

Monday in (W-t..licr. ro.t.Vc thortMnpIe cotton UotW growing on them and adjacent 11 fi TUST RECEIVED supwlvof Mrs.ALLEYS PRATORIUS & CLARK
-. - i and nn.iJar! hinds, whiCh those wishing to purchase Hats & Caps : I d Hair Restorer and Zilobaleamnm. May 28, M5 t. 22
-I "* \ arcaatliorizcd are requested to call and examine. The pnri T"8 liere'oy given that application "ill be made at For sale by AMES &LIVELY. .
to announce .i chasers will have access! to both the Gulf and Atlantic :|. the text: afssian of llm t....il.Hi... ..1 rij.&.. Gents.. Fashionable.. tItle Cuss: : Hats.- May 71, 10;.. Zl
AI.r.\AXDEi: McPUAAIJ) a candidate furnMice ports of Flotilla, to which our roads arc now built amendments of the Charter of the Pen soola& Georgia II Mt Yernon Cass -.-.-- -- LADIES DRESS GODS

AiOOl'iatt cf the Fnprrui* Court of n<.riJ3. aud tiring extcndcJ, and on the completion of the Gulf City A In tenor and Tallahassee Rail Road Pearl Cass Windsor Hats Linseed
_. Companies. Also for a Charter fur a Railroad from English Oi FOR SPBIXO OF
---- ---- ----- -- connection of the Pcnsacola d Georgia Road with the *' French Cass to
iiucrrr ('ol'u'r. Main Trunk road of Gecrgia the principal part of the Gulf of Mexico in Vie County of FracVlin to or a Panama A boiled and sale]
by the Cask or gallon. 13OAT
W We are authorized to rumcnncc these lands "ill Lc iu ten hours travtl of Savannah. in the direction of the Northern boundary of the :Li'gbotn&Straw "
AMES & LIVELY. .
State of Florida East of the River )
They" are at in about 24 hours travel of both Apalachioola. .
present French Brown Hats
-
J. ". .\YL&5 HAKKUasacamlKlate fer the office Charleston and Savannah by steamer to Fernnrxlina July 23, 1859. 30 Boys" Pearl Cassimere HaM May 21, 18.59. 21Compoud _ .

.'f Judge of tlo) ?IiJJI!]<' JuJkul: Ciicuit: of Florida, and thence by Ilai'road! A&, to Alligator. These -- "" Trimmed Maricabo Hats Gentian I>. O. ':LcN'S

at tile ensuing: Octul 'r tloction.CjgT" I lands were granted for Railroad purposes and the Notice.SIX a Saxony French "

On proceeds of the suits are to be applied to the purchase weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge Panama a ": Spring Goods Spring Good

We are authorized to announce: of iron fur the road already] graded. or the (Probate of Ilamikon county. for letters of administration Leghorn UU BITTERS are an infallible remedy 1\1 .

J. MAXWELL FOOTMAN a candidate for the :Trading: of which is in rapid progress of completion.To on tie Estate of William S. Bryan late I'lain and Fancy Straw Hat THEE and all disorders, arising from deranged THE undersigned is now receiving from Xef
I effect this object, (the purchase of iron.) promptsales of said county deceased. BENJ. miY AN. condition of the digestive Debility I via Savannah, a large stock cf.
rffice of let k.of the Circuit Court for Leon orjlUI.
countyat are desirable, and I invite the immediate attention July 23. 1859. 30-6w Liver Low DYlrpia
the enduing' election iu Xtub r next. of all persons wishing such property and particu- SUNDRIESGentlemen's : tite. Ac. Complaint AMES A Ap- LADIES DRESS GOODS, .

-- ._- -- larly individuals and cimpauies desirous flf purchasing How GOOD PAID TaVe .
TO IX) AND GET FOB. IT. May 2' 1869. -
[OCr* '\rc authorized to in large quantities. for The Clothing Yankee Notions 2 nBICNO
arc art ncmicoSMrTL an Agency onr publications.! terms are : Leonora Robes. Organdies,
TEEMS-One third cash and the balance in one such there can be no possibility of loss. Every Hardware Fancy Groceries, Chint
I
W. WILSON; as a candidate for Clerk ofLt.1II Saddlery Iron A Nails, LIFE ILLUSTRATED.A Organdy 3 Skirls, laeaet
I
.
and two years with eight per cent interest payable Family will be glad to obtain some of them. }'or' .
Circuit Court at the (Obiiing election in Ocl.okr advance. Ctockery A Glassware, Liquors of all kinds. j 2 Jope, Crape ,
address
annually in I particulars FOWLER A WELL, Friar CLASS PICTORIAL FAWLT Nrtvspapaadesigned I "a Lea, Solid C. i.I .
next Settlers on there lauds] are requested" to make immediate SOS N. Y. to of Uarg
Broadway Hon. MAXu.NEsa
]IC.T C-tal! encourage a spmt
) Earege Pine Mooilins
.. _ Apple ,
I R1e.
-- -- -- to letter at Tallahassee. .
application me I-oy SiLF-RtLiAXCE, and Activity the

among people I G j French Lawns -
We arc authorized to announce I WALTER GWYNN. Tax Sale. CARRELL & MAXWELL. ; to illustrate Life in all its phases. Under the noel. and te.-c, ,
Agent Pen. A Ge General
JAMlV.. ItTHNasaMn-liJatefortheofiioeof: ] I I virtue of the authority vested! in me by lawt appropriate headings Literature-comprising Plain. Bordered and } Antique Pttrasolo,.
July 30 IS.:;!' 36m -
Ch..rk..r the Circuit Court for Loon county at the -. .- ---- --- BY shall sell on the first Monday in December original Essays, Hi-torical Biojr.phi'a andDescriptiveEditorial I Mantillas, French Lace Poiut Velvet Trimmed
1--- next before the Court House door in the city of Tallahassee City and Affair Mantles, Chnntilla and Shawls.
nuing election in OctiA/tr next Notice.TALLAHASSEE .
._- -- --- during legal hours, at public outcry, the *. Scissorings, Notes of Travel Information, we Bonnet and Belt Ribbons, Dress dc. te.
I following lands lying> in Leon near Manning- shill endeavor to give tucb matter as will/iot t.i to Trimming. .
r Wearcautliorized and county
request- FLORIDA RAIL ROAD OFFICE, ) be interest to all. 5- WILON.
ton, via: The W J of the N W $. Section 19, Town.
fto aouounce COUXC1L A. 11UYAX for Clerkof FcaxAinHXA, 18tb June 1859. J r With the number for July we commenced a
ship 2, East 3 North containing 80 acres more or 2d To Cash Purchasers.
the Circuit Court for Icon county at tilt!ensuing ri'IIE :) RAIL ROAD COMPAJ less. Sold to pay the State and County taxes for NOTICE is hereby given that on and after the series of articles entitled

election in October: next I NY are now erecting large and commodious the years" 1854, '5, '6. '7, '8 and'9. Owner not known. next the rats of Freight on THE BUILDER CASH purchasers would find it t their adrnrj-

-- .- -- --... ---- \Vtre.Houses at St Marls, in addition to those at L. C. DEM1LLY Tax Collector. this road will be increased.A. iu which we shall directions to examine before purchasing elsewhere)
tS Tho friends of I) OX A L D I present there sufficient to protect from the weather July 23, 1859. 30-tds H. COLE, Superintendent. Illustrations give for practical with of all all the large an well selected stock of Fan and Staple
i all cotton or other articles of merchandize going over Jane ?3, 1859. 26-10w necessary erecting Bailding Goods D. C. WILSON'S.
C'AMKRON: i>rt- !enl' his name to the inters of Leona I the Road. SADDLES kinds of material-stone, 'Wo eeret
HARNESSAND These articles
a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court at the The cars will be running to Moatkelloby the Mid: In have prepared by a practical
in Leon Circuit Court Bill
Chancery architect, and will embrace instructions in '
election in October. die of September. when the transportation by wagonto Deigi '
Thomasville and adjacent will be considerably for Partition. Drafting MuDr. Carpent Roofing, SPRifiG AND S UMEIaI.oTHIiTa
---- ---- -- --- --- country
-- -- -- and! in f
CA.RRIA.aES. with
shortened: the distance from Thomasville to Thomas H. Hale, Ex'tr.01 John AV.Ilale. cnnecd building. .
TAX-C OLL.UCTOU.DCr" I LIFE ILLCSTBATID
II published weekly, at t2
Monticel.o: being about 18 or 20 miles over a good I r. :
[ \\rc are requested to announce William M. Frimon aid Misty A. his] a year' or ten copies fo$1 0. S.curuIIUJUL .

JAMCSF:: it. LLE\: : of CcntrcTille.as a canJiJutef road.The rates ..1 Freight and Storage will remain the wile, R.M. Frierson and Catherine E. AOKSTS AVAsrin. } & WELLS THE LATEST STYLES"-FOR 1859
last all articles. his wife, John C. Reese and Caroline 508 Broadway N. Y.
'
same as year on
f Tax Aos anJ Collt-clvr of Leon
at
(ir county July 16, 1859. 29.4tOotartnership
-AT-
Mr. J AS. L RAXDOLTH having been appointed gen F his wife Joseph L. Hale, Edward ,
the electSni in October next. superintendent<,nt of both the Tallahassee and the Johnson and Isabella J. his wife Robert f> Ord'r'

-- Peiwicola A Georgia Rail Roads,any communicationson F. Stafford, ar. and Smiths A. his Notice. D. C.WILSON''SPRING_ ;

rr We are authorized to announce business of the Road sliould be directed to him wife Robert F.Stafford jr.and Martha have this associated with
day us in the 'HATS. j
mer
JOSHUA. SAUXDEKS: ** a cauJl-lalc for Tax- at Tallahassee.: F. IL FLAGG Sec'y. I J. his wife, Washington R. Bradwell WE business AND SUMMER .

Ab'cwtor anJ Collector of Leon county the dee- J2T": Sentinel. Madison Messenger Family Friend, and Susan L.bu wife Robert L. Hale
lion in October next' Quuicy Republic. Tbomasville Enterprise and Reporter r PilE unJcrsigned having purchased the stock in Zilpba L. Halt and Florida W. Hale.) R.-A. 1YIEAGHER. The Latest Styles for 1859 -

--. ..-- --- .- -- -- copy 8 weks. J_ trade of the late D. E. Hull\ and taking the well- IT appearing from the affidavit of eompltinant. The business will, therefore be conducted i future AT ,
-
: T- Te arc authorized to announce July "a.._ IfiftO CO 6w known stand so long occupied by hint, will continue L. H.*., Executor that Robert F. Stafford, I' under the name and style of '
--- ------- the business in all its branches, trusting by strict at- tr., and Smith\ A.his wife', also Robert F. Stafford, D. C. WILSON1 1
JOHN II. KllObl.S asacauJi.bte fur Tux"Asses- Notice.ON tention to business to receive a liberal] patronage.J. jr.. and Martha J. his wife, defendants in the above HEIR, RUST 6. CO. '

Mir! and Collector of Levis county at the tuning: aud alter this date Mr. W. AV. Ansell will be E. PURDY. cause, reside beyond the limits of this State: It is They will continue At the old stand and trust that March 19. 1859. 18 -

election in October. associated with me in the agency for therC01JU'8 Tallahassee! July 16, 183' 29 or.lered tha/notice of the institution of this cause be I the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed 1.
it in the ofTallaha.el the old firm will be urn
extended
--- -- ---- published some newspaper published city to the new.
MESSES. EWTOES-PJcase announce COTTON PRESS & IRON TIE. TilE GREAT UVESTIOV: OF THE AGE I IGear's fur two months, and that said defendants HEIR & RUST. SPRIfflGOODS-! !

All letters enclosing orders or other business, shouldbe -- ---- appear ani ccnoure, plead or demur to the compla'cami's July] 1, 1859. 27Copartnerhip
C. L DEM1IJA"i a candidate for reelection addressed to Points' A Ansell. It would be well .
:Machine for Cutting! Planing, Moul-- bill! >n or before the first Monday October 0 .. .'
to the office of Tax Assessor mJ Collector of for all orders to be handed in to have .
immediately ding. &c., Irregular Forms in wood. next. Dale and ordered at Chamber this Cth July Notice.T .
:
Leon County at the election in October next. them ready for the present crop. I 1859. J. AVAYLES BAKER Judge. JUST RECEIVING OUR STO OFOO -

MAXY VOTERS.JTOCK J. W. POINTS. I undersigned has become the owner of the July 9, 1859. 28-Sw H u&iat 1 itb me in the mer- cowawrwa .

.- July SO, 1859. 31 i THE to use and sell this valuable machine in can tile busineas, my son,. Ir3r:
--- -
-
------OF--PHOD.TE.iIJ For Sale. Rights Florida to and any he who now may offers desire individual to purchase.and County One of New Volumes-July, 1859. "W. :E,. WILSON. Cood

>> ""care authorized and requested NEAT AD EXCELLENT I the Machines can be seen in operation at any time at :\MERICAN PHRENOLOGICAL JOUR. The business In future wiH be conducted under the
Plfffi THE
to announce JOI1X S. ilOKLN'G as a candidatefor A ANO nearly new. Also a the shop of I. W. Bowen at the Tallahassee R. R. I -Devoted to Phrenology, Physiology,Mechanism name, style and firm of Hats, Boot Shoes; &c.
G Y ,,'ell1inilhed! and has been in use but a short Depot. The machine& is simple in its construction- Education, Agriculture, the Natural Sciences :
Judge of Prolate of Leon county at the ensuingOctulwr i to .anl! General is Illustrated D. C. WILSON OA SON.The BOND & CO. -
time. A bargain can be had. Apply toIL adapted cut a greater variety of irregular forms lotelligense.! profusely -
electior.We H. BERRY. I and surfaces than any other yet invented. Its c;>i- withEngravinga. and published monthly at One business will be continued a the old stand, and Lloyd, April !i 8 i U. ;,

--or: _Jnly 80. 1859! 31 pacity is equal to twenty men, and in some kinds of Dollar a fear; 10 copies for (5. Every Family,andespecial I hope the 'cry liberal patronage beretnl'oreeeLowed .
::: arc authorized to ___. I work much but all should have For Sale !
announce I morn. It occupies small space-only /. young men a copy. upon me will be extended t the new firm. .

D. AV. GWYXX a candidate for re election to Hides, Beeswax, &c. from three to four feet square is sufficient-and requires D. C. WiLSON T> OCK Potash, Sap Sago, Cheese, Piekle, Crack:
the office of rt--'IIE' highest market will be paiu in cash I but little power to drive it. Every kind of July 1, 1859. i\, Mackerel .
Judge of Probate of Leon county at the price THE WATER-CCRR JOURNAL-Devoted to 8t era. by BOND A CO.'
..L or merchandize for Hides, Beeswax and 0l 1.: :I C .at and difficult worin: House building. Cabinet I Lloyd,April 8. 1869. 14-tf I
ebtion in October nextJ3JT" and Physiology,Hydropathy and the Laws of Life and _. ; <
Furniture, Carriage, Wagon Buggy Building.
country produce, by D. C. WILSON A SON. Health. Guide Health and Published DE. J. A. GRANT
to Longevity.
be turned it with .
out .
de, Ac. can by astonishing
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30lH9. : .'
July 31
We arc authorized to announce -- neatness and depitcl! : mniithlv, at One Dollar year; 10 copies for '5.- RIO Java and Lag aira C1.4 br
.
CoL A. P. AMAKER as a candidate fur Judge of JERE RICHARDS. I These Journals) are too ..elllnotrn to need special Surgeon Dentist, BN. CO.' -
Notice.Al'rLICA .
t Prolate of Leou county at the ensuing October July 16,1859. 20j'G. I descripiod.I :: T VINO lot in IJoyd.ApriI2.1SZL.. 14

election. TIDN'wll1 be made to the Genera .I I M ..mbe AND IRON for sale by ,

. of the State of Florid, at its next i of both Journals happy wait OIl all _ NAl
-.- .... Troup Maxwell liL D. U-For Three Dollars, a copy t '
session in BND"
November for a Charter for a Bank to be who C.
SUERIVP.We and life Illustrated will be sent for one year; t.h. are dr.ob.lniee April 2, 1869.
located Llyd : ,
J4t
in Middle Florida. OFFICE & RESIDENCE CITY HOTEL for TWO; Dollars tuft year.: wok ::
ur: are authorized to announce July JtO."1859. Sl3mNotice. douebyl.imhewamaata v- :
a Tallahassee, Fla. on application.Aocrrs sad BbiHme.
;\ RICHAIID SAL D1AS: cs a candidate for reelection Jannary 29. 1859. 5 Spetimt I.6.1 gals to give general .tirae' QSNABUMSSLt .BOAD :4.
AVAJrrttw Fowler Wells, 308 tion. Dr.Grant _
Uoyd.AwiT2,1UL
to the office! of Sheriff of Leon county at the tr d 14f.
: to call the sUentioa of ,
a! I) PAPV. JICGH AKCtlEX K.
Broadway .
' election in October I PERSONS wishing to settle their notes or ac- w York I :
,C --__ _next-Lt -_ __ _____ ._ ,itb Hodgkin Scott A Poole, during I July t. 1839. 28-4t those toothache s'nffering to with Q HOT and P rr JUSTICE OP mtlK PEACE. my absence, will find them with Mr. M. F.Papy at PAPY & ARCHER I an excellent medicine invented by bira. O BIFti AlAfMl. '
.
'. I the store of G eo. W. Scott.: D. H. POOLE. Lo.nL'for' Sale. I.l which will gin ime.relief. N. person Tt Suga4", .
c.r We arc requested to announce .'torn.ey.s: ctt Laogv ooce ming ami AdU tiM CaodJea, : _'I
July ZOo 1859. 81-Sw it..i b I aho 8p 11
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EDWARD EE ood nigne4 isle 1730 acres eases aa Chronic ; : :
M. nervous
WEST candidate for the ,
Esq. as a fo
I TALLAHASSEE: ,' FLORIDA. ole 0 i oua"l BN' ,.
office JL Land acres cannot be excelled. He has also Dr.AlUa's I '. 1. .:
of Justice of the P".ee'fvr Leon the Notice. toly-IO e.b a, ll: _
I: county at 8For Jy -I. -
I July 1.1859._ -h lay a Aort Sosatbe ted Tooth Rant and Cleanser, being Ap b+ *'i'
ensuing election in October next SIX )Iontkaafter the first publication of this no- : Peo 6.omi Railroad, o acres in user cf it in : _Person U&e, PAHAliA ajsd 1.HA'a .
.
,; COUNTY the undersigned. will present his final accounts ; Sale.' .. .' t b c it Wakeroah, .wl.O' twaofifally cleansed not fail .ii.1 Dr. a LEnoI. 4. .I.
: SURVEYOR. to the Hon.Judge of Probate of Leo county GOOD TATO HQRSE CARRIAGE Both tract At he fraud U 1MX. li tf
pijes ean
The A o 8t Ie .t oeceasary -I present h a re adenceof Uoyd.-Aprtt I" -Z.::
' \ undersigned announces and apply for a dircharg M adraiDiattstor on the :' AND HARNESS for I:. impemet 1. a dwelling boosei, eabina, r L E Grnt or a l o h dro'pedattbe .
, liimsdf a candidate fur County Surveyor at the Estate of David Fcle) 1,de ellNd.lateol raid I! "lbt1." "sale. .&pplyto b" D. Post & prompt ate Q ADDLE&aad Bridle*. Haruem" f **l ":"

: csisuing October election J. J: BARNES. Adm'r. I P. B. BRon w. EDWARD A WILLET; y. B. TitikEitrattedvtikout Pain O wl* by OKD. C
L U. BLAKE. July SO. 1353. SO-tfm.* i June 4, 1659. 1 July 2, 1859. 7-3m Jane IS un. J5I Lloyd, April t. nn., 14-tf

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The, Floridian & Journal WILLIAM P. SLUSSER-) : :aO: TETT K'S WOOD, EDDY, CO.'S I Pure Zinc White,

la published every SATURDAY. by TALL HASSEEFLORIDA IRON HOOPS ND TIES SINGLE DUMBER LOTTERIES. (Ground in J'rfpared Linseed Oi.J}
TOMACH BITTERS T E have 't received fieth supply
"T jo
t.\ IES s. JONES & CII.\S. K DYKE, FOR COTTONj( BALES VV .and beautiful White: direct from the
MAMTFACTTKER Con-tR/TiN SHEET pew
OF AND
CEOEGIA.)
(CIUETEEED BY THE STATE OF
-0Prie -- JItJfo Ls io....llbasea.r .
ears 0.1.Drp. Ia. aud offer it to the public with most
At Two iu advance. IRON per
POLLAB.S per annum WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ---- mauetory.
6 cent per pound.: -5 per cent. LN. 0/ or ttftJ ,a* possessing ALL the QUALITIESwhhb

TERMS ADVERTISING. i DIALER ix PLAIN, FANCY AND JxrAis>EDWARE. lest than flops. is &ossescA, of Anetlt Srom,prods* ". (ludl hJ t ll Capital Prize" $50,000 rend; a hint MOST DESIRABLE, viz: It, ,

One square of 12 lines,or Jess first insertion, $1 00 I one considering the aoVnptBgtt of Ironovcr 151011.7, CeUe Cholera Morton,b.t __ INCOMPARABLE DRLUA1CY OF COIOe.FREEDOM
.* each .' Stove ANY InyiewothefactthateverymernberOfthe TICKETS ONLY DOLLARS from all _
subsequent 60sVofessioual I Hcnd-Qnnrersv as a material for bin ng Cotton Bales, POSO
1 and Busiacss Card inserted at I I 0 human family is more or less subjected to NEVER INJURING TIlE In: \LTI .the. work,
per I A SPLENDID aasortmeBt Cooking. Parlor will be surprised that it has not teen adopted long Innumerable
some of the above besides inmates of ilj
annum.Advert'soments! not marked with the number ef i and ia. and Wood Stoves,trimmed with neatness" since. In ita security fort againt fir there is an overwhelming other conditions complaints in life, which, I WOOD, EDDY Jy CO., Managers, DURABILITY mrn or in the newly MOST painted KXFOf-ED aptttlnfrnU SITUA-

insertion will be continued until forbid and charged durability,at reduced prices. reascn adoption. by the assistance of a little knowledge or Successes to S. SWAN & CO. TIONS.and its GREAT SUPERIORITY (o Wile
have been
The Presses in the dies
accordingly. Ont Door Work. Seaport the exercise of common sense,they may be able -- ---- Lead in all the various mrs to whiih tic !latter has
Roofing.Ornamental Front Heads main cause of its not being geneiUly adopted; but so to regulate their habits of diet, and with following Scheme will be by been d. For pale .
tsf"Certi6cate publication) of legal: or estate ,Guttering!:,Cop now that objection is removed generally, and the Orleans THE dra1"J heretofore frpl by
trill be .il per and Tin Conducting Pipes,Sheet Lead,Sheet the assistance of a good tonic, secure per. & Co., of the Sparta LIVELY. -
notices not given un the advertising fee i ipaid. i. Frets, the laigest in N. O., gin it the preference this Manaer WOOD'I AlE d
health. la order to accomplish
i Zinc Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pump Shop work .manent my Lotteiy in Uei Single Number May 51, 1859. 21
over rope. The Passman Iron:. Hoop and Tie is desired the true course to is, __ .___ ___
of every variety done at short notice. object pursue ries fur July 1859, at Auguat. Georgia,
the improvement: of one of the proprietors, and is certaialy,that which will produce natural lie,under superintendence of MILES NASH CO.
--BLA-iK-SmITHINGf-( I City and Country Ittcrcbnuu adopted from the fact, that it is found alter long experIment state of things at t.beleast hazard of vital <
I I ,to combine the greatest merits in simplicity strength and life; for this end Dr.Hostetter Clot 27 Draws SaturJay. .July 2, 1859. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c.
I -0- I Are respectfully elsewhere.invited to give me a call befoie pm and facility of application of any one yet made. It has introduced to this country a preparation Clot 28 Draft Saturday, July 9. 1859. 1 TUST received from New Yerk per bark ILl!.0am-

"VTOTICE is hereby given that chasing is so prepared as to require no change for itcompres- called HOSTETTER'S STOMACH Clam 29 Draws Saturday, July 16, 1859. J ble, a general assortment of articles in our line,
, ; N.B. All articles manufactued from the
: _ _> JN the BLACKSMITUI Busi-j best W: material and warranted durable. No other very tin;. Thus obviating the only remaining difficultyat BITTERS,which at this day is not a new Clan 30 Draw Saturday, July 23, 1859. such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fuia.

I It ,_ _[HESS will be continued as hereto-V lewill be offered for sale. arti the sea beard citir medicine, but one that has been tried for ClatiZl Dar Sturdy, Jty 30, 1859. Whit Lad,Zinc and other pints.indow Ou
II The hoops are sent of length from eight to ten giving satisfaction t$ all who have best Brushes Sparkling
,.; lyre at the OLD STAA'D of D. C. Witsos, in the October 20,1815. 42 any years OX TIlE PUN OF Putty o
lI:1me. style aud firm tof feet, and a full guarantee given that neither the Ti I -- BDSO'SI nor Hoops shall break. And further, that all cotton the stomach, bowels and liver, restoring for medicinal Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup
H. B Fitts & Co. bound in them shall be received on the sane termsat them to a healthy and vigorous action,and 60,000 Tickets I Inks,Quinine purpe Bark Fluid Extract Buchu,

I the Orleans! Press as rope bound cott>n. The thus by the simple process of strengthening 5,485 PRIZES Ac.<&&,and a assortment of Popular Patt
flraleful for the patronage beretof'ie extended them, :Jn.ISEJ: LINENS weight per bale is about the same as Rep,not one naUre,enable the system to triumph over NEAIL'Y ONE pmE TO EVERY NINE Medicine genera keep none but the very beL and
they are better and determineJ to diaease. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so TICKEIT
1 now prepared, BAMASKS, DIAPERS; &c. pound more or legs. hope to merit your patronage.
To show the opinion Ship :Masters haveof it, we generally contracted by new settlers, and SCHEME ITO MILES NASH, 4 CO.
SPARE SO PAIXSn I of RiciuatFon's Lint**, and those caused principally by the change of water ..GKIFICE.yT .
the commendations
CONSUMERS give 13BLACKSMITHING
: the following among numerous will regulated by a I DU'WY EC UTDAT l! JULY! 1laret 29, 1856
. their part to ecccmmodvte all who favor obtaining gruuiue good, should v'e have: and die b speedily
may I[ ire tlmt Lc articles they purchase are sealed with brief of preparation. Dyspepsia, 1 Prize of....150,000 1 Prizs of. .. ..81500I -
with The vessels had
them their roasters of hiving
undersigned ,
I' patronage !! the full name of the firm, a disease which is probably more prevalentwhen ... 20,000 60 . 500 !
cotton with Faseman's Ton
compressed new Hoops ,. '
; taken in all forms, than 1 .
400
SUCII AS it ..10,000 baa resumed xvork
; EICHAEDSON fOX! A OWDEN, and Ties hereby recommend the same. The bales 10 THE undersigned j
other the which always ., a .
I cause 1' 300
any ; may and has in
Shop
I A
6,00
town
! Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing as. a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the never being treating well compressed when throwudownin and the button theShip's! or hoops bold,, be attributed to derangements of the dig- 1" .. 100 . lO the same building with opened Mr.Kuhu's Car- 3 -

; f'\ Carriages and Buggies Ai Goods. or when stowed: tive organs can bo cured without 1" ..., 3,000 100 a .. rises: Sho,>, opposite the Exchange, where all kind.

i 'f> JJ Plantation vorL of IJj : large This quantities caution is of rendered inferior and essentially defective necessary]Linens are as L. L. Condey Capt. Ship Moses Davenport, using HOSTETTER'S per directions on STOMACH the bottle. BITER Fo .Approximation Pnztg. of Black-smithing will be done with neatness and

j, i erery description, I prepared Reason after season and scaled with tha A Robinson, co Mad-as, every physician will recommend 4 Trees of$400 appro'g. '50,00 prize are 1,600 despatch. He can refer with confidence to those

} Hill Irons and repairing same. Ironing IVa- name of Richardson, by Irish Houses, who regard James Tomas, Kerry Bitters of acme why not 4 300" 20,000 1,200 who have patronized him heretofore for the elulrctd

- J' gons and Carls, II less of the injury thus inflicted alike on the American A.Talbot, Haieascelft, use an article known to be infallible T 4 250 I 10,000 1,000 of his work. FRANCIS r.YNE

4 and in fact every other discription of work made of consumer and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods John Dean James Flint, country have their Bitters sea pre 4" 225" 6,00" 900 January 8,1858. 2-tf .

J Iro. *ns] SteeL Ill! of which we WAMAJIT.and pledbe will not readily abandon a business so profitable, John C. Wilncr. .". Mulhouse. Ever ef disease, and strengthening o 200" 4,009 800 ---- -

ourselves to execute at the shortest notice. while purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a II. Koppenholdt, .", Ella A. Clark, the system in general, and among them 4 150" 3,00" 600 P. B. BKOKAW'S.LIYIBY .
"1. II. B. FITTS A CO. worthless! character.J. L. P. !Merill Bark Kimball. there is not to be found a more healthy 4 1,600" 400
10" AID SALE STALTALLAHASSEE
f. March It IULI1-Iy BULLOCKE & J. B. LOCKE. Agent, The price of Hoopn and Ties at N. O. is 6 cents people than the Germans, from whom this 5,000 prizes ;are .... ... ... 100,000
86 Church St., New York. per pound. Liberal deduction made to :Merclpnls preparation emanated,based upon scientific -- FLORIDA.

Broome & Thompson Sept. 18, 18.58. S8-ly for city acceptance,and all orders will receive prompt experiments which has attended to advance 5,485 Prizes amounting to .. .. ... .$320,000 / PHE Proprietor would inform -
1 at&ntfon by T. BELCHER, the destiny of this great preparatioa in the
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-- WHOLE THRETS |10 HALVES JL his friends and the
f5 .
12$ Commercial Place. Agent medical scale of sienc. ;_ ; QUARTERS $ I.D
Fcrn.an.d:1n.a: F1a. Liverv and Sale Stable. that be has rebuilt his
public,
New Orleans, June 11, 59. 24-Cm : CIRCULARfMittQ V p"iA. lAJttrita trill
rT IlE undersigned gives no- FEVER AND AGUE.This b*tent t any O or eir'it d arge Brick Stables, at the old stand, .
'"f nE undersigned have rroed a co-partnership JL -:00-_ prepared to accommodate hia friends and
tice, that he has put DENTISTRY.DR. trying and provoking disease, which fixes Us Certificates of will be sold at the follow ,
JL under the name of BROOME &; THOMPSON, tI Paekge lie also has attached to hi Stables,a
k>r the transaction of a William U.Newsotn, chased: ,in the Tallahaeee Livery Stable, ofj_with_ _the relentless r on the body of man,rtduclng h& rates, which is : smith Shop.where he willhave have done all kinds ofPlantation

GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS good will!! er Ihe establishment, and together that be is now him a mf. I and a short mentally I of te can and rendering Certifelte of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .ts work, Horse shoeing,aud Carriage work in
phsl 1le b deute U 10 Half the very best manner and with prompttiet wud dispatch
.
j: Ibe itj of Fernandina.: They will give prompt prepared promises to carry the public on the with business in all accommodations its l Ilrantheo.and and dnn f the body by Ih-use of.HOSTETTZK'S 10 Quarter 20 ,

.attention to the sale or shipment of cotton and other in liis line on reasonable terms.good KENOWXED BITTESS, Ruther. any of the above 10 Eighth 10 Novembers, 1853. 44
and will make liberal advances on consign stated disease-can TM contracted when exposed to
'produce IJCIIARD b -- -___- I ---- -- -- -- -
Bicnts for sale here,or for shipment to their friends in I Sep. C.I856 36 SAUNDERS. 1: b)ordinvy conditions producing them,i the BIt SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY Carriages, Buggies, and Harness

r JSavannah, Charleston, N. York or Liverpool."Tbw ---- T. J. CUR LEE: I a used u per directions. And A it neither creates For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.
2E T N--A---- nausea ace offends the and rendering unnecessary
p&at Olevsjs 3XTo. <1OS
:
will negotiate in the principal markets of the TVWLD return grateful to usual Subscriber> has just received
I.I g acknowledgements an change diet or interruption pursuits n
-United States the sale of Bonds issued by the State INSURANCE CONPANY I V I' tt l i'ue citizens of Southern Georgia, and Mid- )Irmotelud o sleep and healthy digestion, Draws Wednesday, July 27th 1S39. rrfIE large supply of Carriage,

1 l' -by the several RViIroad Compane-by the counties die] and East Florida, for the very liberal patronage tha complaint i rond .speedily.1 I consistent and IIam KB.wliicb he otTsra
TIIlTTIIUEE NUMJSER
or incorporated towns, and ether gocd lecuii- I OF HARTFORD. received from them during the past fire or six years. with Oi.production of a thorough and permanent O: : PLAN. tUII. '

t" ties, and will receive and expcute orders fcr ;UTCSIraent -+4- lIe will continue tile practice of the above profession cure. November 18. 1854. 46

1 in the ame. They will attend t? 'Jja purchase in those sections of country, and has made such For Persons La advanced 75 Numbers. . 12 Drawn Ballots. __ ___ _ un- _
, in Charter yearsWho INDIAN
Incorporated 1S19.
-I or sale of Perpetual arrangements with manufacturers of Dental Materials. ----- ,--- CONSUMPTION g g AN OLD DOC

REAL I -o- North, as to enable him to put up JULL seth of a mEeting from a enfeebled constitution and Nearly one Prize to every two Tickets. Toll, UNCAS BRANT, while a
i ESTATE IN THIS CITY, CASH CAPITAL,-81,000,000. teeth in any of the popular modes, at from fifty to Il body,these Bite a Invaluable .a rotve --- CURED. Missionary among the Indians of
t or in any town or county in the .\fi
j Southfrn Dittrirtt of F1.riJs. Persons ha>iag such the game in the South; (he meant what he tri}'..)and to b appreciated. ADo to a mother while nursing, 36000. RARE PLANT tha proves to
INSIEE AOAIX8-r LOSS A'T)PAMAGE ItT Fll t:, Bitters especially where the 1 Prize of . 16,000 4 Fiizesof .?0,000 CONS IJMrTION be certain
II property for sale, will do well to furnish them plats, guarantees them to be as DURABLE, BEAUTIFLL and U.e a IndnILe a cure Consumption,
UNTKKMS: ADAITEDTO THE HAZARD, the demands 1 Prize of . 10,000 I 6 Piizes of .... 4,000
mother's nourishment inadequate: Asthma Liver
with accurate criptons! of << location improvements be i t Bronchitis Com
North South.
quality AM)CONS I9TENT WITH THE LAWS KCBVICEABLE as can put up or
! 1 Prize of .... 6 Prizes of . CU II ED.
of the child,consequently her strength must yield, 9,070 2,000 Affections
, I prior terms, io: with the name of some OF COMPENSATION.B. Those in need of his service, can, by dropping a r p1intNenoua ,Coughs.
person who will chose the property on application. C. LEWIS, Agent, note tq, him at either :Montccllo or Madison, Fla, and here it I where a good tonic,such u Hostetter Jc.. PRIZES ke"AMOUNTING Ac., TO te, de. Having now made his
1 We will attend to the settlement ef claims against For Tallahasec and! vicinity. have the work done, and time to test it before pay- Stomach Bit;,needed t impart temp strength 27,81 $515,190- CONSUMPTION fortune retre(ruin business,

" the Federal or 8tate Governments f..r services or August 15, 1S57. 33 log! for it. and vigor to the f j stem. Lie eond by al meat WHOLE TICKETS $10 $5 he will send prescription and
; ;
I substitute during the recent Indian War.I -- Hf The best! references given if desired. this remedy for all cases of debility,and before I IhL\1 Q.\ITa.$2.5 CURED.directions for preparing the_med.

I In addition to their Commission Department, theundersigned MEDICAL. NOTICE. December 25, 1858.:> 53 doing, ask your physician, who, i be I acquainted ID ordering Tcc; -; inte;, oLe cineyrft ofcnargt to al -
I bave the entire the virtues or the Bitten, will recommend their tire it, and .
, purchased ---- ------- wt money to our a ordered, wi sen agcnt
STOCK of Goow of Messrs. ELLIS t THOMPSON J. D. TAYLOR.I. S. BOND. R. A. Shine Jr. use in all cases of weakness. ceipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail CONSUMPTION enclosing stamps ((6 ,)
,
which will make lar-e addition Ut'OJ.-We caution the public against Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they pay the return leter. with a de
t they at an early now receiving and will constantly keep on hand!
Drs. & Bond IS using of the imitations or coun CURED. fcrption of symptoms. The
day. They will keep constantly on hand an cxt en- Taylor and sell cheap for cash, a large stock of GROCERIES any many may designate.
tcrfuita,but ask for CELIBBATED Old Doctor has cured more
The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be tLnCOXSU1I"10:3000
rive and well assorted Stock of lOSUTER'8
associated in the practice of Medicine. Of such as
STOMACH each bottle of C ,
cases
HAVE npti0
BITES. tha to after the
Dry 'ooJs, Hats, Boots & Sloes!, Clothing, at the OLD STAND otDr.Taylor. Bacon I I Mess Pork, I r Mess Beef, his the words .Dr. J.se HOtettr's StomachBitters" sent purchasers immediately will write their diawing.signature hopes all afflicted people will
Tallahassee, February 1. :?59. 6 Flour, I Lard, | Hams, and g- Purcber please .
Saddlery and Harness, Groceries, (Liqtori ______ ___ ___ __ _n (Plain and SognrCuied. ,) blown on the side of botle. plain,and give their Post Office, County and State. CURED. avail themselves of this opportunity
stnniH'd on the metallic covering the as the Doctor wishes to do all
excepted,) Provisions, Plantation Syrup. I Yankee Beans, I Sugar of all kind, | Coffee, |and that cap Remember that every Prize is drawn and the
cork
t NEW COODS.WEBER 015cn'0 our autograph signature t in full without deduction.tJf good he cin before h. dies-
Utensils, Doors!, Windows And all other articles usually needed ky families is on labl _. CONSUMPTION Address letters toDANIEL
and I All prizes of 11,000 and under paid me !
and other Building :Materials -- on plantations.A
ITT Prepare and sold bj nOSTETTER diately after the drawing-other prizes at thr oil ADEE
lot of Irish Potatoes and Onions for
i ,Furniture, Iron, & DANNHEIMEB planting. CURED. Box 3531 1'. O. ,
SMIThS Pa. and sold all time of
, Also on hand, a quantity of Dry Goods, which will Pittsburgh, bj thirty days.1OTICJ Who liis sold
HaiJwareanJ. Cutlet-, Castings and a great MERCHANT TAILORS to euM HJ*. Diuggnu, er.", nun neaiers generally 10 counts.*I/EATS is agent.January

i 4 variety of other article January 22. 1859. _4_ throaghont the United States, Canada,Sooth Those who prefer not sending by mail,can 1,1859. l-ly
money ---- -- --- --- -----
, All of which they will soil at Wholesale or Retail AND DEALERS: INREAD Insolvent Estate Notice. America and Germany. use the Adam Company, whereby money Notice.S

for CASH, Country Prodnce or good commercial acceptance Y-JfADE CLOTHING SCOVIL MEAD for Tickets in .rpnl 10, and upwards, can bo sent .

i j *, at prices that will compare farvoraby! A NDGENTLEMENS' State of Florida. ) NEW ORLEANS I LA.Wholesale us at our risk and expense, from any city rr town months after date, the undersigned will pre
with those of any city in the South. We invite mer- County of Leon, I ; where they baTe an office. The money and order sent his final account cud vouchers to the Judgeof
thanw and all other purchasers to examine: our stock. FURNISHING GOODS HALEY T. B OCKER, administrator de bonis AgentssSold mast in a "Government Poet Office Probate of Leon county, and apply for a final discharge -

I 'I 1 JAMES E. IIKOOME, TALLAHASSEE FLA. the. estate of Joseph Ulmer,late of < by and TE.AMES II4RNAItI& LIVELY, Jr., Tallahassee 1U. NASH fc stamped b enooa or the Express Company cannot from the administration o the Estate of Mar
O., enTlop
,1 II. THOMPS N. .. Leon county, deceased, having filed in the Probate Florida. receive tha Triplett, deceased, late of Leon county Fla.
: R SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving office of said county a written suggestion that he believes April 9, 1859. 15-ly All communications strictly confidential. (Signed) THOMAS H. TIUPLL'TT.February .

i I II, -February_: 19,1659.__ ___8-1y___ _______ TIlE Store next to R. II. Berry's A atji the estate of the said Joseph Ulmer to be in- Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to 12, 1859. 7-6ni

j OFFICE EXCELSIOR DISTILLERY. Room, a well selected Stock of SPRING solvent having, thercfoie claims notice against is said hereby estate given to appear to all persons and Tallahassee & Fen. & Geo. WOOD, EDDY d CO. Augusta,Georgia. Notice.SIX -- -

BURLING SLIP SUMMER GOODS, suitable forCENTLEiEXS' or, WOOD, EDDY & CO. Atlanta .
I 13 file the same with the Judge of Probate of said Georgi
COR. WATER STREET. NEW YORK. WEAR county on or before the 20th day of September next, RAIL-ROADS. or, WOOD, EDDY & CO.. Wilmington, Del. months after date, the undersigned will pre
J ,: consisting in rart of French and English Cloths, Cagsimeres when there will be a pro rata distribution of the fund A list of the numbers that are drawn from their final account and vouchers to the HOD..
.i'' and\ estings of the latest style and best quality of said estate amongst the creditors .f said estate.D. t with the amount of the Prize that each Judge of from Probate,of Leon county, and uk to be dismissed
the further
I THOATBETTS which they are prepared to make up to order in W. GWYNN. Judge of Probate. one is entitled to, will be published after drawing of administration of the Etat.
every Lovet Green deceased,late of said
DISTILLER OF I a workman-like and fashionable manner,and on REASONABLE March 19, 1859.\ 12-6m.. -0 in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo.) Con- JOBS DUGGAR county., Admt'r.
: Tuns. Also, a good assortment of stitntionaliist, New Orleans Mobile
I A.G-ENOY.: Change of Schedule. Dela Register ELCY GREEN, Admfx.
t CAMPHEXE, ALCOHOL & TURPENTINE, i READY-MADE CLOTHING, -0- Charleston Standard Gaete, Atlanta Intelligencer January_29. 1859. 5-Cm
o New York Weekly Day Book,Savannah
Also Manufacturer and Dealer in,the following articles Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties, :bliits, :Bank of Ga. Richmond .
I Columbus Department having ordered a daily mail srr- Morning News, Dispatch, New York Dispatch Notice.SIX
Silk and Cotton Under Shirts Collars Me-I TiE .
,
rino.
all of the t quality aud at the lowest
pure I between Tallahassee and u'. Mill, Paulding (Miss) and Little Rock,
te. Ac Ac. D. ADA:IS, Cash.5 "'1'1. II.YOUNG, Preat. Wal. Canon
.
Gloves : months after date the
niaiU-t: price: i : the Train will run and after the first of January, (Ark.) True Democrat.Nov. undersigned will rre-
i. nURi.YLYo.PLC7D tiT' They would take! this method of tendering Cash Capital. $100,000 00. 18t> follows: 0 14, 1857. 46-Jy his final accounts and vouchers to the Judge
i .
. 1 their thanks to their old) customers sid the public a On the Pen. 4- Geo. Railroad of Probate of Leon county,A administrator 0 tie
: Spirits Turpentine Tar Pitch, Rosin.Soft,Ink 11 bite generally for the liberal patronage heretofore be- THE| above Agency will at ALL limes be snpplied : SUPERIOltBUNG estate of Stephen Minton, deccue late of said
\ Hard and Venire Turpentine, Coal Tar Shoe sod stowed ou them,and hope by strict attention to their Exchange on New York, at current rates; Leave Tallahassee daly at..4 r.M.: county, and ask to be dibn threfr
' Brush'Makers', Pitch Ship amish. Oil Tar, noel l l.VJ I business, tB! merit a continuance of the same. Also on Columbus and Apalacbicola. Bills discounted Arrive a Walkr'a by...5.30 P. II. FLU! JOS.JOHN W< .Adm'r
Leave at..8 A. M.
I I'.Lt STORKS OF EVERY DESCBirTIOy.BETTS' J. WEBER, at current rates. Gold Coin for sale.! diy "'T Drug March 12, 18.59. ll-6m
.
I Office stairs the Store ef T. L. Bet Arrive Tallahassee .... .9.30 A.M
> L DANNHEIMER.April : ,(up ) over ton, tf Store of E.BARNARD.Jaauory .
PATENT CAMPHENE, i aNEW Esq: 1L P. ELLIS, Agent. Connecting at Walker's Mill with Post Cebe via 1, 1859. 1 Insolvent Estate ,Notice.State .
The best manufactured. 2,1859. Tallahassee Dec. 1858. 49 Mooticello to Albany every evening of excepting --- -
very Sunday and twice a week with FISK'S PATENT of.FI"rida ) *
connecting
: Pure and French Spirits and Domestic! CARRIAGE SHOP. A Card Coaches running to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin and lETfic I County ( on. )fT
I Liquors at the Lowest Cash Prices. I Jacksonville.On. EURTAt. CASES M. WIlIE. administrator of the
WILLIAM GARDNER.Apiil rr"ilE nndersigneo begs leave to inform the citi- -0- the Tallahassee Railroad JJ estate of John ,late of Leon coun

SO, 1859. 18-3in JL lens Tallahassee! and vincinity, that he has E. L. T. BLAKE : ty, deceased, having filed in the Probate office of
opened a carriage shop in this place joining' Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) said county a suggestion that be the
Land A.M .t blie'e
the United State at
Estate Notice. Register of OjZceTALLA1L5.SSES estate of the said John W.Town end to inlvnt,
Insplvent Brokaw's Livery Stables, Arrive at St. Marks .11.25 A.M.
FLA., therefore notice i il hereby given to all persons having
STATE OF FLORIDA, t in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Grocer Leave St. Mark daily (except Sunday) claims against said estate to appear and file the same
County df Leon. J r where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his OFFERS his services to act as AGENT for persona at. 2.15 P.M. ( Finished Latest Patent with Judge Probate of before
i the shortest notice and the most to enter land in the State Land Office, Arrive at Tallahassee at. 3.30 p -Rosezo ,)} th .dcDtyo
at on M
TETHRO BRADLEY,administrator of the estate i line the day of September next,when there will be a
nnd will attend to busineis in of the State AND
any any with Post Coach to New Port arrival AIR-GH DDJTatCt .
Connecting on
rata distribution of said estate the eredtori
ej of Bennett. Bradler late of Leon county, deceased I pro amongst
REASONABLE TERMS, Offices at the CapitoL Charges reasonable, and in of and which returns before the departure of the of all sizes kept constantly on haul of said estate.D. .
said
baring filed in the Probate office of county a A sUPP.
to the time and labor bestowed. .
such and proportion Train and with the line of Mail Steamers between Undertaker.
written suggestion that hili believes the estate of the as carriage painting trimming; making'newbuggies ; T.J.RAWL W. GWYNN, Judge of Probate.
and wagons,and all kinds of repairing.The Maps of Townships WIST or SCWANNEE RIVER New Orleans, Key West and Cuba, and intermediate November 201858. March 19. 1859. 12CmNotice.
said Bennett Bradley to be insolvent,therefore notice funfisLeJ
undersigned i i.J prepared to do this kind of at from two to five dolLts each,in advance. points on the Gulf arriving at St.Marls,on their way -- '
is to all having claims against
I hereby given persons work as well and in the latest style, as it caa be January 22, 1859. 4'PLANTERS' to Key West on the 18th and 1st or 2nd of each Insolvent Estate Notice. .
laid estate to and file the same with the Judge ,
S appear
* of Probate of said county, on or bc(>r$the 2d day of done at the North. mont and arriving at St. Marks on their way to Stat of Forid! ALL persons having claims! againat the Estate of
All those who have tlis kind of work to do, and EOTEL on the 15th and 29th of each month. County f of Jefferson
January next when there will be a pro rata distribution Beazlry. county dee
of said estate amongst the creditors of said estateD. I wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give Whenever thes days come on Sunday the Train RW. B. HODOSON. Executor of \L last Wi ed better .creditor legatees,or distributees,aenqulred
W. G WTNN. Judge of Probate.July satisfaction,wcrld do well to call on T aJ.J.nhassoe. will run on that
2!, 1859. 27-6m I WM. KUHNS. C. II. FISHER, Proprietor. EDWARD HOUSTOUN, Leon county, deceased, having filed in the Probate be undersigned Executor of ihe last Will and testait -

-- -- July 10, 1858.BALLROAD. 28 Prcst.. 4' Sup't. office of said county a written suggestion en t of said deceased within two years from titia
i Aromatic Tonic Bitters. -- April 9,1859._IS-ly January 1, 1859. 1SCHEDULE I eves the Estate of the said Charles Alligood t b date, otherwise tb8 will be barred; and all those

NOTICE. SYRUP & PORK insolvent: Therefore notice is hereby gtvhn al indebted are requested to make payment immedi
M HESE Delightful'and Invigorating! BITTERS OP TRAS persons having claims aga.ina said Estate, to appear ately. JAMSS BUST, E:'

I JL are an invaluable Article for those afflicted with lMiA.Wt ON TIE and file the same with Jndge of Probate ot said July 2.1859. 27-3t _
I Dyspepsia Indigestion or loss of Appetite and thosewho rr HE attention of Consignees of goods by the .BARRELS. county or before the 20th day ofSertembrnexL -----Notice. -

are suffering from Debility incident to recovery J_ Tallahassee -ANDK.ey FLORA
fOm sickness or lassitude attendant in Warifi. Climates i i. respectfully called to the following rule: funds of said Estate amongst the creditors of said SIX months from the first publication of this no

will find in the Aromatic Tonic Bitters a valuable Rule 9. of TallaJxMxtce ( remedy, bracing and renovating the system good SYRUP and PORK BAlRELS -Ee..Q W. GWYNN, Judge of Probate with the Will annexed,of all and singular the goovfo
when prostrated. Freights are payable in cash on delivery of good, PLENTY here. ALSO-coarse or fine KeV West March 191859. 12-6m chattels, rights and credits which were of John Wil-

l Directions for use aecompmltbe Bottle. and storage will be charged on articles lying over, SALT, at LADD'S, NewportFla.Nov. ford deceased,late of L ent"i present his
after the
Prepared and aul l by To Consignees following;in periods Tallahassee.: 3 days. 20 1858._. 47__ (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) .C l final account and t te of Probataof
EDWARD BARNARD.Dni .. .. N arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa- Leon county, and ask to discharged from his
within TIE
6 miles of
gut and Apothecary. a .. 12 a depot.* 9 6 Guns Guns Guns!! O vnnh.connecting a Can with Stage for Farmers'&Exchange Bank aid administration.SOLOMON .

April SO 1859 18 .. ovenS 14 .. undersigned Las DOW permanently!located Trader's Bill and G. a Baldwin with SILLS, Ada'r Ac.:

-------- This rule will be strictly adhered to,and parties THE the Post-office where be is ptcpared Stage for Tallahassee; at Trail Bridge wit Slage OF CHARLESTON. 1Iayl.,155. 2O

Sewing Machines. sending' loreoods: are requested to comply therewith in the most workman-like and prompt tnamer to for Middleburg; and at Stark with Stages Newnansville IGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW NEW NoticeS _
or the goodI cannot: be delivered.E. make and repair .Gauiavilla, Micanopy .Flemington, and S AND YOR,
ROVER t BAKER'S CELEBRATED FAMvIT
/ 1 Ooala. ORLNS. Months miter the first p iblicafion of this D

ily Sewing Macbiaee. New Btvl.. Price from HOUSTOUN Sup'LSentiucl GUNS, RIFLES GUN-LOCKS.in LEAVE Starke .H_.
$50 t. 1160, extra charges of f 5 for bemmers. The and Quincy paper copy. fact all work pertaining to a Gun or Locksmith. ot and connecting at excepe with DENHAM, Agent JJ Probate of Leon county bis final afeocrt

Machines are strong simplf easy kept in order. Sew February. 26..1659.._ _9connection With the above qualifieitions be expects to merit a S Stae and on Monday, Tallahassee. Dec. 1858. 49 and vouchers .administrator O the Estate of Jo

a strong seam. They will do better and cheaper sew liberal patronage of the citizens of this place and Tuesday, Wednesday and Carleto W.Towoseod,dce late of tud county,.0 uk
BLACKSMITILINGI9"IIE
ing than a ceairttreaa con even if ,abe works for one surronndingVountry.t Frdy. COLE Snp't. State Bank of Florida t. b .
cent an hour sod are unquestionably the best Machines I SUBSCRIBER gives no- N. B. Gun locks always for sale on band. May 1.1858. A I LON 1 WHITE,Mm'r.May7,1859. .

in the market fur family sewing, on acoouut of ; .L tiee that he has opened his a AUGUSTUS.BROWN.; 1 -A oTALLAHASSEE. r

their wmplicaty durability. ease management and ._ BLACKSMITH SHOP again in March 26. 1859. 13_ .
adaptation to all varieties oflfamilYlewlng--- with LIVERT Feather Brushes & Dusters.A Notice.SI
his STABLES, where he will .
N C. OFFICE IN RtITGZR! BUILDIXG.IGHT
HILLSBOROUGH. ,
,
. ting either heavy or ine werk.rith equal. facility, hare done all kind Plantation and Carriage work. FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS O J months after th..first publieatk-fl

; dad without Send special for a Circular.adjustment.t2f -ALSO- MILITARY ACADEMY. ../v: jOlt received and for sale byMYER S EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AXD the undersigned t'xeto of the. t WJ.e D

Addresa! "* L. M. FOLSOM.Centerville, Fla. I HORSE SHOEING in the very beat manner; SUPERINTENDENT was for eleven years 'GORMAN. NEW ORLEANS FOR SALE. and testament of James Wbitt-bd ceased,

April 23, 186t. n-6n e and will cse every endeavor to have work THE officer of the South Carolina State Military February 20,1859. I WM. BAILEY, President.W. present. bis final -.eoDt.lo net&tie
f 4is
"" done with dispatch,and to suit customer. Academies. For a.circular address R. PETTES,Cashier. Judge Probate u b

Plank: EoalAU-Rignt! 1 P. B. BROKAW. C. C. TEW. Hillsborougfc: ,M.0. Dwelling for Sale February )9, 86t, 8 charged.Juae 4, 18n. JOHN!R Jm WHITHED. E'
January 1,1869. March 12, 1859. 1111Executor's
'I' E undersigned having purchased the entirl in- ri-I jj E yell known residence of -

t test of I he Oeorjia At Florida Plank Road On.ConsigmneniBBLS. ._L lubbr. situated on the 200 { 185S.A otice.ALL .
Company will put Lb. aam in.good travelling order. Notice. for sale-terms teA;] : Laving claims demands a *inH

This may be relied on. ''hertles cf toll I have reduced .*P1ntsExtra"and "Super.fgg\\. NOTICE is ,-given to aj persons having atreet l Tb Louse contains 6 rooms, MOST_ DESIRABLE ASSOHTMEXT OF persons Estate of Jam T.Aru.o deccftacd, Ut* '

some 25 pet cent. To persons at Bel-Air 0"0 tinn.ouit. or demands against tie estaU of David basement aiuin-m i one of the moat FRESH GARDEN .SEEDS of Leon county" r r present t Ihe same,
wishing to contract ty the season a suitable deductuMMrUl 1000 It*. Sides E.. Hull deceased late of Leon cic.ty, whether M comfortable te cty. ur Her Papy ArcLer
V be made. Bat ihe ruinous credit system so :WOO a Shoulders creditors, legatees, or diflribut.ee ; t* present the A planter removing to Let for' the education Warranted Growth 18581 pplyauthJt..within two years .
.
L nbgi 8Ho this region sad oo this road I cau),atand. 500 "' Stag, & Shays but Sugar Cured same to the undersigned Executor. ,trithia two years chfldres,will find its residence HESE SEED.a procured from a eold climate. UU 0 this oe' will be plesdinbasof.thre-
Somebody'must pay for using the road. Suitable llama from this.date, duly anlbenUoat d'or they willis,. *-' J'R.H.'BERRY.. Agett 'and will consequently fluuriaa the-better baa cutely; sod peraoos Indebted to'Mid estate are
..
deduction made to' those running 6 and 6 mule 10 bbls.! Oli'vrn" Whiskey. barred; spd all those Indebted to said estate are requested TERMS-Price ISIOO, ooe.bslfcaab, the balanc warmer one like oars. requested to a payment to

p teams by the season, wh.' arrangements are made iwforehU4 i -TktK. CASH.- to make payment immedlattl[. 1,t sod*years credit 8 cwnt interest, with mortgage {7* Call early o tend your"orders, that"0 may and mak mci.ia my qt

-' ; ,;"" JERE RICHARDS. R. tt BERRY CO.1. Mer.. .B.'CL LEWIS Executor. o property. get th varieties de .AMES 4 LIVELY. S. Exscutriz.

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