The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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., AUGUS:? 13, 1859. YQLXI--NO. 33.j:1t5i1 .

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;;: ; flirt pastes! (Earts, A. GALLE3 PUBLISHED BJT t1EJVtT. post office In the evening. Washington I ju;;t going. Have me decently 'buried, and To "IRE LICE oC.\TTLF.-\fr.Roehu:

[Front tlie Yirfflnia Jndex.] (ranked the letters, hut observed that the do not lit mv body be put into the vault! in g'eit failh: in tlic.! efficacy of n perk of onions .
=--=--=-=-- '- '-:--- '.--- : .:-=- Jua LEn 1:'( weather bad! less than three after I dead." I bowed f. of lice.
iu1iIitv Scene In Jerusalem. was too to send a servant out days an T uid'hiiig cows or oxen He claims;

JNOTICE.Dr. with them. Mr. Lear perceived that snow II assent, for I could not speak. Ho then (to 1 ave (curd 11.( m an inf.ilhh'e! remedy iul
Win. F. Shine was hanging from his hair and expressed hu: looked' at me again and said. Do you undtr ,, l his practice. They aha give:; tone to .tlz&/)
.- the minIs 'tppii of Pit'itc' home, stand !" I Yes." Ti wen! S&lUbr. !
fiats! that he had got wet ; but he replied!, I me u-plied 1IUIl'r. ami are especially valuable In hot.
A x n A dn, an-1 !"oit. crowd i is
e rons
O"'Ea% HIS rEOrFKSHIXAL FCBTICCS TO tHE IM'IU.1C. With t1.hin'e: ) aol dlrkrnt..ll.row l seen, ; cl No, his coat had kept him dry." As dumt r t w.-atLer when working cattle will lie in tho-

OFFICE .djoimn that or i'rt. CaiiiUo cl t 1t..ItOIl GROCERIES IN GENERAL. Thejcry f.-r the 1,1l>OJ of tlie Xawrino. had betn waiting for him", lie sat down to the About ten rnir.utcs I lx fire he expired (which shade at nooll.tilJlt", and refuse to eat. Mr.Ilrv .

.ay 8. 1S. I"-Iy., November 13. 1858.:; 46 tableitliout changing his ib ess. In the 'I w IS on (the nigl-t! ot )December 11, 171K) his :: uses:! the( Ic scullions"or, small, unsalable' *

y- -- The Etornnl Frthcr" only Son, en'lIing.nitl's Lis secretary,"he appeared as breathing became cnitr.? lie hay quietly ; I O'i'tzS, ard t'inse U loCh! beenmesoft or sproutni .
l NASH & CO. In the tr.rji'iltild is and meek
? rain ; '" I lie v\i.hrt-vv! Lis hand from miiie and (eli his I tow.ird lie !
FBESD (mm; \ SEEDS Unoi'nfc'ioii! (,f their d<-.-p dark crime \vtll aa u<:naL" : ( pril'; gives a fecil.'ofhiofa

IEiLER: H InntGS N They tlriVe Il'upaieituJ l mly chttk On the following morning the: snow wn
: crcwt.2: of'1838. three inches deep and wa<' still falling; whirh i I spoke to Dr. ('raik. who ml by the fire.- i two l f.I* are: snlfiviont to extirpate any cum.I -
|P& PAKTS, I 1 I Cruelty.f.Ol1tl'J Mm. rl'l.ify1Il'! ) prevented him horn taking his usual iiie.! lie I the came tl) (the: In..,UMe." : 'Ihe Ger.tralV\ I her of veinin.
I* I-T tlii< ere.t 1 crowd
MEDICINES[ 2 | OILS I I GUM DROPS r l.tl..15. Mot..h". rmr'.leJ.alUEcho ; complained/, of a sore throat, and had cuJcntJy hand fell from his \\vri', i tank: it in mine anul1reosed j ..
it bosom. Dr. Craik his WATCH PrnijfGn 'l'itz-NPEa STORK
\vitli I, tlicir cl.miors IouLPilate taken cold the day before.) In tha afternoon I to my put

WOULD inform tLir fiends and the puU c. ''OFALL! FLAVORS the weather cleared up and l 11(1 went out.:; and over (I.i is eves. and b" expired without a Tuesday night! says' tlj-! :.."<' ..Irtjryj.oit

: on Land: a good] nrUJeut of.uc bvwwro'! his yonn wife cri..l', I 'on the grounds between, the house and tIc stiuirgle or a sigh. HeraM \\:15:1 time to try watch springs.S.'epping .- .-
article a$ are generally kept in their line of businrs* Say not thi holy man nm t die ;
ito] .-i1I be.recekiug: rulailyfrceli: supplies. Tlieii ron corcns A.\D COIMS Xo wn has: 'cvr rtaine that 1-row river, to mark some trees which were to be While we r.ere'\ fixed in silent {giii'f, Mrs.Washington : into watchmaker' on\ Wednesday,

terms ahull be reasonable: Jutt rcctived at tIle DUG FTOSK of Xu guilt it i iK-cn in that soft e>e.Tl cut down. A hoarseness which had hung who was Erati-J at the foot of w e found! htirll.1Zwltdu.'s\ ,the: mainspring!

Tallahassee. April 9th 185.V 14. EI\\ ARt I'.AKXARD. Ja.Tallahassee. kbont hiin.through the day grew worse toward the beet asked with a firm and collected! of which 'had broken the night before, during!
-- ----- Dre --- He stillol the tempest ; walked the sea night, but he ma' e light of it. voice, Is ho gone ? I could not speak i but JI.)
GALLfETS -- -- --- --- ---- ;
A. Wm. E. Anderson 01 1 li.t not to these cnulintn ; i 1 Ho was very cheerful! in the evening as held tip my hand as a signal that he was no ed ch:1I"Jl'Il'ilh electricity.

in rcorin' ">f a large ami) 'n1l't.lcdl'd duck ol 1 The Son of Ood this min inay be. \\e sat in the parlor with Mr\ ; Wa !hn:: ton mo-e. Tis veil,"' said the, n: the samevoice. : -

STAPLE anJ FANCY GOODS.Fjtrimi iltomry at Law :and l Solifilor in fhanttrr, lad 31 r. Lear, amusing himself with! the All is now over; I sh.Il soon follow An Irishman observing a dandy taking IiU
Cut one lie loved In tin* dark' Lour pipers
and SttiMtxtr Jita l.>
Hal and Cap H-tott attd .*>/<**, Family More dtcply than the cnu-1 gosh Cfiic'*. When he met with anything interesting and<1 inquired} :
iul tiith end
CrOfVr;".. nitJroll,);(I, d.t., J.t. "V17ILL? > tiny luifinocs atl ditriMcd fidelity to his cure promptness in tIe, Circuit to- Made\ l'j tlc uldi 'r'* rpear. or entertaining, he would: read it ilou-l as GOOD \D\'in-Bo l industrious and cronomiral. I How much do yoa ax (for tlmn honors I"

; 18 C.oUri. Waste neither time nor n'oney in What do! jon ax me that fort" imjnirpJ .
of } end Jackson
FI1o.1s9. 'izititliu.VnsIir.gton nnd Wfllsshis hoarseness would! permit, or lie I
Prlcr. .
_. pale tremWinj (
--- ----- .1ai small and unless and the r.tonisied! dandy."IVth .
--- -- in the tll'rt'nw| IVuit at ititilia. and the flitted Uofoie II imiMt'ii: Jew, I listened and made occasional! comments while: : pleasures iiululgencio

E. UAUNARlJ) Jr. Stairs Distiict Courts i.t AjuLiihicoU: aud Tall.iMjtrch Thrice(, with .ith: #, .!e.l.red to her, 11r.J Lear read the debates: of the VireiniiAssembly. If the! young can be induced &.>'sa\(', the !" replied the hi hmnn. an' -I I Itliongut *

LIlf1I''e, Title man I rtrl.nev.. moment they enter' upon! the paths of hf>, the; whokstratebekrigcd! / to jc."
WILL tOM'IM'E: TIIK 26, 18H9.: 13-6m .
I ill become easier before them ,
I the w w ever -
RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS --- I Je' n" tnrnc LANGE 'ill1nt: fail to obtain recent traveller, who m'"J. they competency
OTTO Who oft hi* aiLs had ,
I by lej.t, ]1.e should take something to itlu-ve his ce.M "
tlAT 1111. OLl STAND, SICX J J A contlc l look jOt, full of)IOTP, *. and of tho ical necessaries, and comforts of United 1 State, mention a very singular' ; cutoin -
llepvntantPeter w l't. No, replied he, "jou know I ruvert'keanything lift-. wh-rh: hesnjs, prcva'ls in; Philadelphia'! ;.
'V1\TCII6 l\IAIER for a cold. Let it l as it ('.\11I(?." "
; go v V his word-,
and and scr--el.i! : ( fjive : Fier3time an epgine!
OF THE m MORTAR, And notll'Y nail Him to the Cross; In the night he was extremely ill with the To iiidu'lry economy: : ,
A.nd Jeweler, O! Lear IIi* djing groent!IA and of do not take till) much of advice.! ('. The business in Philadelphia! gets a new h-ib! or a fresh
!SIOXTICLLI.O l'LTOUI.D \., prayer from tlio-x-) pure guileless lijn", ague and difficulty l-reathing. rjnn: \ must keept; ) helm! and) steer Ifis I, coat of paint, five Ilutrl'tllut'lI( fcel i: incumbent
C-trnerof Clinton and Mourcxj stilts,Tallahassee.Jvunry throe o'clock in the morning he awoke them da
\'CCI.1 1IU I'atlur's TJ-ronc. on to lose a }'a work and gc.tVI'
1'J, 185U.' 3R \\ rr pcfirull,>" ii.formtl.eeitircnsofMul- :Mis. '":1shinglou"ho would have risen Io own sdip. "
V V die 'Ij.ft I lou iu! that ho kiLiiS nmlu n ::' '
should lie
am ( !r In cmlj life, ('f'"rtnc taug'itlwthink
H. BERRY orracinnalieit i tt.rou.li tliese ..t'ti..nto of.....ulltrr'jr Father, forpic them, lIe gently die: call a fol'/\out, hut bit would not j lo ermit her, -
i for hims 1C A: man's talents never
They know tot: what they do; are
the purJlo'e (.1 iloii.p: any noil in the abuse liiit. tuou lest she should take cold. At d.IJI.renk, So-nc of the Austrians seem to have !
Auctioneer and Commission Titer tot it was Ood lIictH'ii( brought: out until ho( is thrown to some ex leeni4i'articttlauly ?
that may Le entrusted to'his' care. 'lite holy! andlheTiue. when the servant w'man entered to make a his struck at seeing Xouivcs come

1\1 E R C H A N T. A LSO- fire she was setitto call Mr. Lear. He found tent upon own rcsnuccs.If iiit" action with their jiijKM in their moutis.Tre .
he It his. "
in to
ALUltUCU"Ia.,Sept !9. IS55. S3 A fine Lot, of Jcwe1r,1.itL. I will cell: nt the lowest His lovely 1 rowas fLained wilb Moo-J. ,' the General breathing with difficulty, and any difficulty hasorly rnn : German's: love for a pipe i i. ofthemimljer
and then ol! the directions
Hi His tide
vible test hands Hw ; principal, ) implicitly )ey
--------- N> priifR.77ie
--' able word
] utter
'11.... pru-ioiis Sat1iirof tha world, hardly a intelligibly. he receive ho will of c.hn tJIi l ts-a thing: to bo appreciated
HIGH: A. fOULEY, IM" Reftreseeir.is if required.: may never acqniro]
dcfiied that Dr. Craik who
April 3d. Ifct9.; Tliii Lowed Hi* head and died. Washington that of to those when 'lie! i is !besiJe his cottage door or sitting
aptitude perception
lived Alexandria, should! ) be sent for and necessary
Attorney at Law in the uo.-tut in the battle! Innocent
-- -- ------ ------ a pipe
who hold stations. A ceitiin de.
Heaven* lIne anlt: irew .lnk'iHI. elouJ important
House for Sale. that in the\ meantime 1ai\huts, ono of theoverseers German Zoinve !
TALLAIllb-KF, I L\. Dwelling 'ilie eon refused hi* hilt; glee of inJi-peiiileiit fe' ling is csscntiil to the! incoinprehciuiMe .
should be summoned Lle'fll.im
!, ,
Graves'! v nuary7.: 1857. :3-ly: SUDSCRltiER oflem f r sale on development; of the ir.Ulk-cUul and! moral .
---,- -- ---- rpHE ('as y tonpurdiasrr!. hilioiiseand 1ilii The diy 'wa: lurai-d toiiiht. !before the Doctor could art in' character. With! \\Ilikl'lti'J.! .. upon my fare I went

John B. Whitehurst lots in Bel-Air. Apply to the un.1.'rpigned.: TIle Hicilrice U cinsummated: ; A gargle was prepared( for his throat, h b t Attend to tIC: minutio of tha hiiHiiCES i my fair to sne ; the old! m.- she cojM i:ever
or to \\. K r..aiI. JOhN LIARD.Mwch : whenever ho attempted to swallow! of it, ,
]Hoatiu'a' gate :. openedidc; any small well Seo that wed la boar fnce like n>('. I shavcel them
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I 5. 1809.: 10-tf All may enter: vSovitU! ruth, ho was convulsed and al.no-t suffor.itcd.Kawlins !.- I of things buiin.'ss as is as great. and your clean, and ealtal again: ami tllOo ',t m.v .
!\1tI\NN\: FL.\. -------- l leek thrift the ,'rud eJ. made his after place open early, cn'rJthil.lg -
; POST & MEL: Will to : appearance soon sunrise giagoiileitnsflNcLttI troubles o'er bIle laughed; outright, and said 1 r

"VV7"ILL practice in the Circiut Courts <.f Jackson. buthrn; the (Herat's arm was ready I was more bare-faced than. before.
1" 1 CallMMin. Washington ami Holmes comities. COMMISSION MERCHANTS The Last Scene of Washington's: Life. i for the operation, became agitated. Don't '
null pay epecMLnttciitiou to collecting.Noi In ing's new life Washington in Iho lo said the ( well he
afraid General as! as
..mlx>r 27, 111:>8. 4 -ly Cl l'oytJI.ts Siren; I quantity: wool !brought! into I'ngLmd every Punch says at the Theatre of War they! T
volumes' has just been completed. In tl.o could speak. I'aulins: made an inri-.ion.
u -- --- --- NE'VV" OEt.LE.A.NS. jearhpjilrd iato apvraimiJ which! would are doing sach: a Uvint-iiJous stroke of huM.: :

Benj. F. Young, ---- -- fifth volume, nfter giving a succinct narrative The orifice is ni.t large enough," sail l \Wash rival that of Cheops. The eilit thousand I1l'SS. that! for the pn'sellt\l1 complimentary

ington. The blood however, ran pretty I five hundred and two millions of mike adn.ission are refused and the public U
REiER TOMcsrs of the Aiimmistmtion! : cf WnsLington, his retirement seventy press
J. !J 1J71 \ iliiWIJ fretly.and Mrs.! Washington uncertain whether -
ANDsoLiaiou ) Thonia J Ferlins: Co., Tallahassee, 1,1,1 I Hum ollicc! nml his mode of life at the treatment w.is and fearful tiatztP I of yarn spun in England a year, might bov.nund suspeneled.'
.. proper
I. R. Ilairi A Co., I round and round the cat th, as a boy :
Quiuey M I the work .i lb J ..It.-o, 1.oc-au..t\J It has been said (that' to make home hapn
ix IQUITY, couut'nJOI1) r. Irving brings to much l.tnlvJ. < r
: IVliLatn & I I'almer, Jliniticrllo I i *. Vfj .I10 *vj tat uiims strm"s. round! hU top ; or, wo mfeht L. b Cmjul.! ._..."--* *-* -.*
,. Slop ; TMij iI
\\TiTt _-_ .- .$- "- -II.L "" 'ru Cir -. --. .-, t'.1 .1 i2OU'-?. .....- .. .adscrqrio.. q.f ._ ** t i 'H1 un throw flie snaiiuj uvt.'rco..i.... **tii irvW >/> A> --'
> can,>f, Molina, and llio 1'VJujil Cuurtn.OFHCB !. Mr.Jfunrs Fil..r, Ke \\'..*.t.Cc, I IMrpsrs. the final scene : I fie the string; the General put up his hand. to then tangle together tho red planet( Mars," the wife somewhat blind.A .

( A T cmt>iu.c. AIACHI-A COCSTT.) MrXauglit A Ormond, Atlanta Geo." prevent him, and as soon as ho could speak, the r.arlli Venus!!, Mercury, and the Sun in Cobweb Marriage is thus noticed by one
cc J. N. McKiuuon i Co.. TI.on.IlPTiUe.c Winter Lnil now set i.i with om if.nnl '
but Mrs. Washington -
REl-'EKEXVES: murmured!, more, more, of our last week
Aoist: 11. 1858. 31 f wind and rain, nnd frost, Washington our net of cotton. The whole! of the British '
CAPT. J. J. Lt CAS, ) yet s doubts prevailed, and the bleedingwas John Cob! to Mist I Kate Web! Thoirhotibo
-- -- --- -- ---- Islands might be wrapped in cotton wool :
J. I). AIKEX. \ dtarlttlon S. C. still kept up his active round of indoor and after half of had up
Cou HOGUE & AMAKER stopped, a pint blood w ill undoubtedly be full of cobwebs.
and by carefully for inspection of future
outdoor avocations: his records. lIt'was put _
FKASLR & Tut>vr*>x, ) as diary been taken. External applications were now
DR. JOIM S. Joxu. TtlMitKftr, Fla. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS in full health and igor, dined out occasionally made to (the throat, and his feet were bathed ages, in- io very many year's consumption Every man that writes{ thinks! he can amuse

Jun- i : and had frequent guests at Mount but without of that raw material. or inform mankind, and they must be the
in water affording
warm re
-- -- -- any
.S7.WILLIAH SCOTT .A..T LA"vtT, Vernon and, as usual, was part of every. day Ninety years ago, at the commencement judges of his pretensions.

formed in the of the paddle the rounds of his of our marufacturing: career, thin populationof
partnership practice in going estates
HAVE His old friend, Dr. Craik, arrived between If one speaks evil of let lifo '
ATTORNEY! AT L&MOXTICELLO WJ aud will altiud to any professional business and in Lis military phrased'' gy, visiting the Britain was about eight millions. Now it any you your
FLA t'nl6u@If'd fo their ('arp.D.1'.1I0GU.A.1'ERP.Y. e'ijht and nine, and two other Physicians has reached! twenty-one millions. If it were be so virtuous that none wi'I'! believe him.
: AM'AKER. outposts. Drs. Dick and Urown, weie called in. Various
July SO.1853.: :30 tl,.jan 1. ISiS. 18 lie had reccnlly walked with his favorite remedies tried aud additional not for cotton, we could not keep our millions, A man who caiKget to heaven in a green
May were ,
-,-- - -- nephew about the grounds, showing the improvements but all of no avail. clustering in masses round the central manu CO:1t. will not find his way hither in a gray I

)r. I). PU'\ llfGII AKfllFR FIRE INSUBANCETniRiroiiD he intended make and had bleeding facturing towns. If it were not for cotton, one. '
to especially "
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---- past ,
PAPY & ARCHER -o pointed out the spot wheie he purposed Lear, be desired me to call Airs. Washington not wo could for cotton not clothe we rocld them certainty; and, ifit not were feed It is surely Letter a man should be abused.
vault the old
FIRE IASFIUSCE COJIPAXY.PIHEXIA' building a new family than foi
to his bed tide, when he requested her togo them. Household Worlds. gotten.
Lttomoyjs; ; : : ci t; Ln"'DV, one being damaged by the roots oftrees vvuich -
m-and take
his from his
down ro'>
IXSURAXCE COMPAXY ----- ------ Last Sunday in a western village when
T.LLA I i.sE: ;: ILORIDA.July had overgrow it and caused it to leak. This
would! find there
which she
desk two I'VE nor OKDEIM SOT TO GO.he in church .
the plate was being passed a
OF HArrroKD COSN.Affgrrsitc siid he I shall make the first of gentleman
!0. IKi'J 5S change, and bring them to him,-which she di I.Upcin I.- orders order not to there "
Capital, $100,000,000 00: all for I require it before the rest.!' got posi'iva! go ; said to the collector, Go on ; I ama
may looking at them, ho her one, orders I dare di said who "
gave not >obey, a youth, dead b'ad-I'vo
HOLLANDrAttorneys got a
FLOYD & JI. 1'. ELLIS, AgeutTallaliassce When I parted from him, added the pass.
whirl he observed was useless, as being superseded was being tempted to a smoking and
Dec., S5S. 49 ho stood the of the front game
on who hare conciliation"
steps Those
at Law.WILL nephew by the other and desired her to bling saloon. men a strong
-.---- -------- ttherelietook leave of m.\"Sclf and anoth and .
door of body, by intemperance; an
which did i and took the other "
in the Circuit Courts of Middle MEDICAL NOTICE. him it,- she Come don't be so tl'Omanish-come along -
practice It ho had kill! themsclve those #
er. was a bright frosty morning ; life, as manifestly as
be Court and it into her closet like shouted the
) Vest Florida and in t Supreme p'Jt a man, youths.
talccn his usual ride sod the clear health! ilushon drown themselves
the State. Al, in the District Court of the Cut After this was done, I returned: to his b;dww No, I can't break orders," said John who hang, or poison, or
eJ State,in tile Kortli.-rn i-trict of Florida. Dr. T. Hayward Willis. his! 'check, and his sprightly manner, . have been
side and took liB nan-J.! lie salt\ to me, I What snecial orders have you cot : come. Take heed of jesting; many.
J. FIX YD. Offlc* Fla. the remaik fiom both of us that we '
It. Apahrhicob.
located in Jefferson county, one half find I going ; breath'cannot last long. show 'em to us, if you can ; show us oar or: mined by it. It "is hard to jest, and not
1). HOLLAND D. OJice Quiucy, Fla UAVIXO tlir of Mrs. HraJen's on St. Augustine had never seen the General l look so well. I am my "
Dec.!2. 1855. 61 rear him the handsomest I beleved; from the first that the disorder ders. sometimes jeer too; which often times sinks
road his l'rtft:6IiouLllernc to the sometimes thought decidedly
oin-rs s eur-
--- John took wallet! horn his than. intended
-- -- pocket, or expected.
--- would fatal. D> all deeper was ,
rounding couiitry.January man I ever saw, and when in n lively prove yon
Henry L Rutgers, 8, 1tZ9. 2 mood, so full of pleasantry, so agreeable to military letters and! papers. Arrange my accounts and pulling" out a neatly folded paper, "It'shere Great power of endurance There is a lady

COMMISSION MERCHANT -- ---- all with whom ha associated, that I could and settle my books, as yon know he said,unfolding the paper, and show. in Ohio, who has had eleven husbands daring

J. W. Points, Agent hardly realize he was the same Washington. more about them than any one else, and let ing it to the boy?. They looked, and one of the past sixteen years.

TALL\IIASSIR.: : FLA.T FOB TUE all who :Mr. Uawlins nish recording my other letters them read aloud: "Enter not into the pathsof .
-.._- whoso dignity approached which he has begun." I told him this shouldbe the wicked, and go not in the way of the When is a pretty girl inclined to commit

IBftlt A L adafl.mbiOflC.tflfl or Tobacco H'COMB COTTON PRESS AND IRON TIE, him. done. lIe then asked me if I recollected wicked man. Avoid it, pass not by it, turn murder When she is bound on a sleighing. ;

JL; consigned to bis fri -ixls in New York.SIGHT rS now Ftoppinj at the City Hotel where, )lie can Tor some time past Washington bad been anything which it was essential for him to do. from it, and pass away." expedition. S .
_.I_ l at till1('. Persons wanting 1'resses occupied in digesting a complete system en "
KE\V YOUK rUlL1 >c eea any
: CHECKS OX "Now amid John see orders
short time to continue withus. "you my bachelor t A for fair;
he had What is
('r Ties i-hould Land in their orders immediately.July which his estate was to be managed for setrcral as a very a target .
/.. amount to aHit ftMrtlavrt.March .. that I could recollect forbid me for going with you ; they are God'sorders
2, 1859. !27-5w! the cul I told him nothing ; hands to shoot at. .
12. If:09. 11 succeeding years; specifying "
and his I don't to break
by help
but that I that he was not so near his I
with tables
the farms
of several
-- -- vation Why is a lover like a tailor J Because he
E. C. Cabell, Yonge & McClellan, designating the rotation of crops. It occupied el1t!. lie observed, smiling that he certainly them. presses his suitA '

fLt X.iLLW folio And was executed with that was, and that it was a debt which we must A STRAXCE .tDVEiTISEMENT.-\Ve find
A.11o11tX1oya; ; ; : ; thirty pages,
_ttriaaynt; : ; n with bachelor after discovering hu clothes >
all he looked to the event perfect res
clearness and method which characterized a'l pay In the Zanesville! Courier an advertisementof
boleseiclautnedMendicant! I -
his business papt rs. Ths was finished on the ignation. Solomon Sturges, one of the wealthy men

January 8, 1859.: 2 OFFICE AT PK>SACOLA A>D i\I\ .\KIAN\\. 10th of December, And was accompanied bya In the course of the nfiernoon he appeared of Ohio, in which he seta forth his reasons Nature is a pattern mall of all work and

--WILLIAM-- -- -S.--PlMVOimi---- c. C. YONCE, ren..1. F. McCLELLAX, Marianna letter of that: date to a manager; or steward.It to be in great pain and distress! from ditlicolty (for offering for sale his vast landed property. does best when little meddled with. '
18!>9. 2
-January- 8. -'- is a valuable document showing the soundness of breathing and frequently changed his lie advertises the subject thus : Man his life in on the. .
and Counsellor at Law and of his intellect at this advanced in the bed. Mr. Lear endeavored to ten fine passes reasoning
Attorney) Ellis & Co. vigor posture I have tome eight or improvedfarms past, in complaining of tbo present, and its -
FLORIDA. Orlopp stage of his existence, and the love of order raise him and turn him with as much ease as in Indianna and one of 670 acres near for the future. -
MOXTICELLO trembling :
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN that reigned throughout his affairs. My\ po sil1ll'. I am afraid I fatigue too much," Galen.t, in Illinois, that I vvUh to sell. I be.
Middle Cir
of the
in the Courts
V cuit practice and Tholll,,* and Lotvodes County,Oa HARDWARE, FINE CUTLERY, greatest anxiety," said he on a previous occasion the General would say. Upon being assuredto lieve no man has a right to own more land There is in every human countenance ether -

March 2. IS58. 12-ly GtrXS, PISTOLS 4'r-, 4'("., is to have nil these concerns in such the contrary, it is a debt we must all than is ncccssr ry for his use, and that of his a history or a prophecy,which must sad .

-- -- -- -- --, a clear! and distinct i form that no reproach pay to each other, and I hope when you want family. God has no doubt wisely ordained den or at least soften, every reflecting obser. ,
No. 217 Pearl Street, New York.
J. M. CALLAWAY, ROBERT ELLIS, may attach itself to me when I have taken aid of this kind you will find it." that land sharks should be cursed ; and I can I ver.

GROCER & COMMISSION MERCIIAXT, MAX A. ORLOPP. JR, my departure for the land of sp l its." his servant, Christopher: had been in the truly say that I am exceedingly anxious to Many a woman who knows how Io dress

THOMAS T. ELLIS. It is evident, however, that full of healti room during the day, and almost the whole to sell all my lands and get clear of the curse.I herself;knows very little about dressing, a '

TWO DOORS ABOVE AlliES J Ll\-ELT. January 22!!!, 1839.: 4 anti vigor, he looked forward to his long cheiishcd time on his feet. The General noticed in the will therefore sell at low prices, and on dinner. / ;;

CONST A "fL Y on linod and receiving frefb imp hope, the enjoyment of a serene old ag afternoon, and kindly loU him to sit down. easy terms of payment: any of my real estate
( 'rit'll. No tOTICE.0 like the Nile is fed by innuraer (
of pro\iiious And Family Sr << MEDICAL Scandal, ,
in this home of his heart About five o'clock Dr. Craik came again ; and I have a great deal more than I
pains spared in aeleetinp goods to till orders from able streams but it is extremely difficultto. ,
the country and at the lowe >t market pric**. Coun- -- -- According to his diary. the morning ot into the room, and approached the bedside. want ought to have, or desire. ; -,

try produce nod all other good. cousipiied to me'for Dr. J. H. M. Gardner, which these voluminous instructions to his Doctor," said the General "I die hard, but trace it Io its source. -

vale m ill receive prompt attention. The citizens of located at LLOYD" offers. Lii PRO- steward were dated, was cledr and calm, but I am not afraid to go. I believed from mj THE SONS OF KOSSUTII.-In the I'st; of Be nnassuming when you are young and

TallaLarsee and rWriitj are -pectfully liefore solicited to HAVING SFUVICFJ to the Citizens of the place the afternoon was lowering. 'J"he next day first attack, that I should not survive it-my students at the Univesity Collega London, you will b hOlorN-at all events ,
call examine. Every price article my'good ai-ranted! to be purchasingelsewhere. ns represented und the surrf uuding country. -:-the! llth-he notes there was wind and breath cannot last long." The Doctor press. who on Saturday last, received prizes at the when old.A -

to the purchaser. Oct 9. 1853 41 rain and "at night A circle around the moon." ed his hand in silence, retired from tho bedside hand of no less distinguished a personagethan head properly'conslituted, accommodate
10 -- "--- The of the 12th overcast. in the Premier of Great Britain Lord Pal- ca
Apt il 16. :59. 'T"Nathaniel .morning was and tat by the fire hbsorded grief. itself to whatever pillows the vicissitudes .

Hamlen, That morning he wrote a letter to Hamilton, Between five and six the other: lhysici In merston, we find the 'names of the two: sons fortune under *..

A. J. PEELER'S, COMMISSION MERCHANT heartily approving of a plan for a military came in, sod he was assisted to sit up ia'his of the ex-Governor of IIQn ary. While,he may pace it

LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, academy, which the latter had submitted Jo I d.Cf I feel I am going"said he ; I (thank is, or is about to be,.in the field seeking the Yon had belter. ofyonr own weal :

TA1XAHABSE. FLORIDA. No. 38 Pojiiras St., New Oilcans. the Secretary of War. -(. you for your attentions but I pray you no independence of his country, hit ions bare nesses than ten.of your neighbor's. ----,v.'|*-* .

"'""( TILL Practice in the Circuit Courtff o Ondsden -U--- About 10 o'clock he mounted his hors mOro trouble about me ; let mE'go on-quielly; been winning laurel in the more (peaceful Some men:endure their- ; B ',

T T Leon, Wakolla Jdlerton and Madison and REFERS TOF.sGOT. and rode out as usual to make the rounds ot 1 cannot last long." He lay clown again; all department of-architectnral natural phyloso patience than others_ do pe.uar.willu\ .
attend to the collection of notes and accounts .James E. Droome. ) Lis The round the moon I and and civil .;-
promptly : TallaLaMW. Fa.) estate. ominous ring retired except Dr. C aik. The General continued phy astronomy engineering.It best seen In adreruly -, .
in any of Mid Countiei.CfT Sen. K. A. Shine, f which be had observed 'on the preceding night and restlt S8, but without complaining. gays not a little for these young strangers, S Enr rl.Tit.ia t
Offic in the Capitol),opposite the door of the&Uorny's A. r.0"", E l Fli.; I unesy an tempto :jgfcCodctann
of ?
q Nevrort, proved a fatal pvrteut.u 1 o'clock asking what hour It wtS. that in a competition with upwards two .
General office. J frequently
Feb. 27,1858. 9- f John ILM.SpcneerAq.J. Spelling, Qiiincy,'Fla. be notes, Hit began to snow, soon after to I.I Further renwdies were tried withie ut avail hundred student, they should hare sucrted- ; no man' for Dot.t D lg a you. .

-- CelL Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, Fla. bail, and then tamed to a settled cold rain." in tho evening. lie took whatever was offered cd in gaining to honorable position, and quite tiDk.- -: tv.: .

FIRE INSURANCE! J. G Putnam Esq.. Madison 11.. Having on an overcoat, he continued tide him,'did as be was desired by the Pbydi as much credit U'due'to tbelfa ire, that in all Every day brings l borMjjjjjj& h

- STiTE F1CE AND 31iBI\E 1NSIEAKE CO, Daniel Augustus; ) n! 11.Steele Es ,;Esq'JIamillou, Cedar county Keys; ,.Fla.Fla.FA without regarding the weather, and did not Clans, And ne er uttered a sign or complaint l adversities he.has adhered so religiously who loves his duty to* wel1 .-JBBP'If *o -
q his house till after 3. >> the .of auel has placed bis
return to "About lO.o'clock'write* Mr. Lear, be to doty a parent t. lori
Remington, I
: Tbomairaie Ceo. Ilk bed him"'trilb lettersto he at least in the right road to h ?iorabl you w41.oo:0k! ; iproce i _
: Secretory eons
INSURE against low by Fire on the unal term Ed. Seixn!'. Eeq, f : Appro made eevcralattempU U speak to me before ."
J F. H..!LAG ,..Ag'nt. Jack. J. Manh. l>q, Dunwinvllle,Ceo.. be Franked, that thy might be taken.to the could effect it. At length ho said I am -endaacc,=:fM: oa? Commonwealth.! age don't poeio'o r1t :: f. ;

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"Eleetl.n of Supreme Car.a4u." Tbe TVext Pr.ldental Canvas liOccts of Emancipation. inI [ under the control I I do rot subscribe,'and 3 el I leaf on those that !IO.

I : # Jmtrnal.TALLAHASSEE I Under tills lead the Quincy Republic of the 6th 1 I The! eOIUt fo 1860 increases hr .interest, and :j I I the Twenly-one Briliab Wte-t years India ago Islamal slavery was a Cott.aloVi.-hed to the! la I TIle Central and *a'tronse TTale Collesc of tIle, Florida Con I The Southern jrisLiaseAdeeccte says-
anSttiele the nature of the differences between I I I
icust from
inst. contains which in its attempted very i ference. I We have always thought it a wrong inflicted;

; --- I plieation t the present canva for Chief ap'l the two great contending patties become allI bring population of Great .Britain of one iunmiro.Imillions I The Florida Conference Ia'iug.tdt."tnlw"tl.: l-y ;( n rewfpr'per. whu-li can only fce made worth nfton !

., : I I i. nvt only indeeoroof, but highly offensive I absorbing in a short time. Ai bearing upon
;. T' large number if cot a of the people of this 'I question-, we extract the following (ruin *' Ion," the has' not gratified the hopes of Its author, nor doe' College of the highest grade -.-.ppointcd Ce.nni.it- for one, abundantly able to crih. to read tnt!

t ; r SATCUDAV, AUGUST 13, 1859. I State. The article start majority out "5th giving 1 history I ,'el known and generally corel correspondent of U tend t encourage the efforts of oboli'.ion: fanatics I' tee to receive proposals from much point as night ,: it.paper lie rt.iilarly sr et. ,. 1.lhb, w'isl::out cf :its ever I enef.i"ying as the aryMnj man _for t.

i I ;;: :: ; of the rescue of a sisse in the tomn of Oher'in, I the Baltimore Stat: in this country. The most influential i-f the English be disposed to ask the {Jocaiion of the same in. their pays ; but tli. i"i|HT lu- ...hllt" in. re.:,-isra ...,

Dr. P. P. LEWIS, recently in aUend.lC on I Oliio, from the hands of the U. S. Marshal by a mob ,I .'Tlie Denv-cratie party of the Empire Slate will journal! admit tat the extinction (slateryin mulct Two of the menil,T4 of the Committee, tenefil fn>m l-iir. Il U a mimic m.ih-h l.n.iite>", V.J

4 ,. the Dctital Convention at Kisgara Falls will b< tLwnie I 1 I be united at the next Presidential election.. Tl1te'' those.Islands Ju. ruined the Iaul.r by wholesale and .Ander m, altogether: unljir. Sm. think' one "hf| > |IUI" read theA'lrocafe
i of at.ol indictment< n.d the impiison- i Revds. S. P. Richardson, Josephu %
; 1 t in a few days, equipped anew.Ttte t"I.lsttbe ; i is no doubt of tM, and they \.m pn-s.nl no candidate injured the whole of the BiitUh, people EU- (I for vera in thi way, Iut now !nl crilebendin ..
went of the their, the I directed to invite *'l li from .
rewuere- rpeal to Supreme[ cubic own, the name of Mr. Hic1ill.on and were specially propo j p 1 IV mt her and. Cro. Court of theState for rtlea'e fn-mjail on the ground : Mr. Seymore being used.only to designateuitisioni gur-rousurners. and has not resulted in establishinga IiJneloriJ.., and South Western Georgia and f reading the Irocatt for several ) enr-, srnd conM

I .t We ae having in this ngiona rainy .ea on." I that ti>e Fugitive Wave Law is ucrretcti.onal-i 1 in the"party thai may be already considered as I race of free black able, to develop the wealth of with this object in view tl.ey met the citizen of lm.mrmll3get aiminf: without it, ond yet my liiinie h.i

and no I 1 past the West Indies and constitute a free coo-uiuniry j .."' teen np 'ri your MS!:"eriplion Ji-l. The ..
July and tkuafar division : p-mg|"

ml.tke .unusually wt. the by Chief Justice Swan fcftcining theconstitutionality Quincy in public mccling ,-n the ererdrgmflSth of I!
t I .The Republican pTirly of New York 5 is pre-emi-- of themselves." i ill fiirnislied! me now l t.y n fii -id. and Las inI &,,*. I in
August there hat been rain nearly t\'cry day. I of that hiw and his refusal to reI I|I r.ently the :?ewnrd l"lrt\\. It will have.future I As illustration of the that freedom J:ii v-. I the! last ninnlM-r and fin.iinc it SoO iill-h! with' inipc
with almost coolant cloudy. damp weather. The lease! the prisonr and the subsequent refusal' .( 1 e\i-tencee "J'lo| u the party of Wiiall IL 1'Jr.1 an Mr. Richardson explained! the pirreand design taut matter, have concluded that il i* a fin me

;_ crops of course are suffering. ton lint commenced I the Black Republicans to nomii.ute Judge Shaw for Of mimic you iiuiy be well I a.lr. II. wi j aould bemflt the negro and the country take the of the Conference, and nr- eJ the nee<'**!Ity of raising nid a sin,' for any one to read ut'lt" papvr ir.'f 40fttpayinyfvr
) I be the "nouiinee of the Republican for ,official returns of Ihe Board of Trade of te! annual t i I if he be all do. 1 IIr
4 t lie l freely. W are informed, t<'o. that re election< on account of that decision. This hirto ]arty I ,I one hundred tl'ousand! Dollars it F o'id:i ntid :, so to efc|>eel
t next Pwidcitcy.: If the Seward organization ofNew of into fn.m the Wtst Indies curse tt renew my eul> cription at or Wfore its enpirution. .
; the bU.wor on tone rlattinl. is at work.Unless .- ry is all will enough. I is the attempt to rtlrl I. York be defeatid in thin, no Republican nmninee imports el.l')1 England the Conference bound to build and endow guvh ." We commerd thi hone e ,nfe ion tll

: a change takes place in tbe weather, of sent those who do not support Chief Justice can obtain the vmmteoftime lerullil'aD of New for the thirty years commencing June :", 1825, college a* i is contemplated lie thought from hi* other nun-p" in: renders. It miy not 'I** ami. ,

I th. writing there Turk, and the Democratic lominee carry the (and ending June Z\\), 1855. They' are a* follows : to add that einietimes the borrowers the sol.
.bcn at rltut seems no pros I ai offupyiny the position of the Black Republican ,'i knowledge of the mean sand liberality of ti!; people put

I I *ct.th.cr.p mi'b serioasly- injared. Party of Ohio Ihfit 1 offensive and imprinter.The .- Mate." When Mr. Seward left New York on his trip to 1S28 1&2T' Tlft 4i' lS-,8 1S-1T 1.T14,337 J.lI( ]t;-1 J.lt.c1 i\.! thai such an amount could be easily obtained : iDr si-riber. to great incouvetience by this unfair sleet

4 1 ADvise. Election language of the Repullie\isA Elrc'le. he assured his friend that he hind fell en 11 : 6.4.t.-_ 1 li 3cW IHlt: l-i l4f fJSi.' but should, thi expectation be disappointed an

I AL !ASA.-t. Moore democrat. been reelected similar movement has xi e regret t fay. been in the result of the next Presidential .. 8-Hi 1q44) .; < 1SI U 2lti31'St appeal to the people of Georgia, whose! Educntion.il! I TELEGRAPH:
.B made in cleetion. lie entertained doubt tlmt lie would !.401.6 hH 1.191 1.'H 441.-.iJ BY
our own not convention it -
; 8tAt. by a no :
711 Governor of this State 1y a large i 1832 t.lt.4i S4J \/.t 173 7U8,65bect interests at Oxford, Macon, Midway, and other! places -
mjorit. true, but two of the e"frJ non State California
) Supreme Judses carry tlarcholdicg except 18-4-i 303 I -0-
I" U The "following Congressmen are abe elected: < fleet the removal of the third-ihm Curt 1'0 Sodat. and Oregon. 18t 2l.6,'3.191U; 1,6,4 18.54 3.4i 40.10 have shared in the liberality ct.d bounty of

"'. ttI First District-James.- J Stallworth.I to decapitate the Chief Justice-and. elect oue of --- .- 13_ I.H 1.--1 isiS :: Floridian! in (time pat inigLt I be made properly I LATKK FROM EUROPE

i 9 Second district James L Pngh. themselves in his stead. The people of the South will I.>e hugely amused Total -86, IG, 41 Ib. 13U,51 lb. 6ls7,6621b. and appropriately in aid of, this institution.Rev. .

J' Third District--Dai id Clopton. Time n .noral of a Judge for nn hone-t discharge at the trepidation m-inifested b) some cf the Northf Fioia Ihe above it will be seen that iu the ten Mr. Anderson followed Mr. Richard-on ia ARRIVAL < fiy OF THE
of duly by a convention U bad enough in all con- L
; Fourth District-Sydenham Moore. Fi.nce. but to have MIr renio\cd at the instance ern ne"-tpplt at the idea of holding the Demo, tOr immediately following emancipation the cotton well-limed remarks favoi-in j t.i!
Kith 1 Diitrict-W. R. W. Cobb. of an individntl s.lcitng. and a candidate for the in Charletn We quote a specimen crop was educed to one-third of what it was On the conclusion of these addresses, the meeting NOVASCOTIAN..

4 r Seventh District J. L M. Curry. same ofee. is WO( from the Buffalo (N. Y.) Republic: previous: to that event ; and that in the next ten was organized. by calling Rev. Mr. Richard to I

1 t These are all Democrat and 'it the exception past'1Jlt discharge tltction.of duty instead by the of ineumnlsrmt-whmetlivr turning upon tlio ABOIT Tilt CUA6LEaTO Co>tEMION-D.IRE TitEr years it fell to one sixth of what it was before tlC the Chair and requesting, 1' W. White E(j to act : FAETIIFR l'oii. Aug. 7.-The screw sti'aiiiliip

of Mn Pugh'and Clopton were members of the he has Le"l faithful.capable )Iolt"t. impartialdone SHOOT NOKTUEKX; MCS-A DtYuE J OF OIIfs.-1 iiegi o enjoyed the breath of ecdoni." llii i is the as Secretary. Xov.i Seotian, dipt. K. Borland, i>f the Montreal

: r previous Cng. I the. Fourth and SevcnlhIrietrUU his work well-or upon( the com|>.ir tive merit great We think an estimate our New on York the coirespondent fire ebullitions place to t f material effect of .jIJ.CJlt. and uneonditionalcinnncipiition. It wa then moved and carried that a Committee t line, with Liverpool dates to Wednesday, .fury 27,

Wi : nooplOhlol to the DemorticendiJate. of the oppo ing enldi.ttesln the e press
sites f>r the office, .lluld to the IJlgl.lot1 .
we Lelne fifth& District we shape[ of a t>rivate quarrel, two "Judges. l"um.assailing a some politicians of the ourovn. the .free and indcpextdemmt"negrol Hear the Lon Ihe C.) f"rouce Committee present and to I COMMEllCIAT5Livunpoom. t

Lave no returns yet ; but presume that G to. T. third and demanding his r.muval. and the election part are that not terrife1 by the threats tha have cone don Times: adopt such measures as they might think Lest to I ., July 27.-Saks of Cotton for iha past

4 JuUtOT(Don.) is elected. in h. place by way of redress of wronjr, not of the from that quarter any northern oo man's not throat i i.for to one be 'BOuieul it.' .The fairest land on .nrtli will be owned in forward the undertaking. Thi Committee was three days 4I,V bales, the market closing steady

The Stale Le U of !ufl"rlr. but ole11 t tale of woe Ills been jifaliil .ullennesa by raw to whom liberty und of the .
bllurt course, largely Democratic. or hi* iKxly shot .pieces at thul con\ulionI.-| I composed following gentlemen viz: Immune and in some cases it has advanced oaenarter of a
purely imaginary and for i i" not only to tie abiiiiil.inc-e taught Miitnal
%; regretted Iut i i. more tll'l.Irec..puling strange. Hut cause lie 03)happen t express a choiee for }iephen canting h\ 1mmxri1and ha1 LOIII.tit only rrile indulgence orvillthis R. Harri. E-q, lion. C. IL DtiPont. Cub S. 15 :tephen | penny. Breadstuff ate ..alvincimmg.SLSTE .

Kmrc.-The return from "Old)] Kentmk" perhaps Jul!riVt,l of the moral influence I *, Dr. Tho. Mtinroe, C"I. S. R Jove, I' W. i id OF TRAI>R.-The account from Manchester

are not qute; colll.1tl.; but enough i known to I ,l claim right for of the mpiithy.A'sutinic; ro candidate ado e1rei! A'lmt.1 to theChitf dice of the white of all that
nhow that the Den-ocratshavo achieved a I Well river. If tmi t come In an open : UIII-I"ptn.,1 gives On the following day ti full und free iutrn liange I l'iulitics of good slightly ndtancc LGENERAL
fpKndid JiMicvfrhip. ita. r""tul-i .
for one. stability' to their civil, purity t" their
L judicial
victorMugofiin, -lectcd] Governor j are t,11H,5&'d to the in l.lo.l rousl be i-lied-if the live of 10ri' "rl rjennni of view was 1.1.1 at the <>tn\e nfJud;c ) '
J.lnt. I | | Ilu\.IH.1 ta-crc anp ct be baoiifiecd the in-titution*--the CIIUUI.i)' of imim-ing mulattoea iiLL1CNt'E
to a dictatorial belief
_ _ beating his "(1IJ,03iiol" competitor, Bell. fnmi I \hleI it can If presented, whither dsgmmr.i l .1* ,i of Ninth ('arolina-mo| pea-e helter timl be nan.'dI I I Itlan and! complacent negroes will .J le.ccnd into thai when it was decided to intite the Florida l UPont.I' Englhnd iiisi'U

seven t ton tllolMn.majority. (if the Congressincn I ifalian.ul..titut.for the /1\liuI"faC.nrNuion.i,i-a I I the tear ISiiU, and: on Ihe citherin CII of time I mimicry of cvizltiou which alone ncparaU1 the I ence to locate the College I'M or near ( ( upon iig<-mrjl dliannninent as
if tie 0/iia woeanrsl-ll I displacing of a National t'.pmmmcifimim i in lh tiiof Clam iroole of :t. JlIUllg. frul aI. larhari.t. tm the Committee determined to ue their List' endeav d the coiiuition of her taking part in the Femme Cungresa. -
the .
have at l 1",1 on. c I
l'hlrah.m i 111 upright ot'ieer happy they the le.he" ( .
t.t I insist ginmf there to ) the (! .1rI.iel
eight out of the ten to whicli he Stale is entitled. 'Iolst icharge] of public; duty, we equally comm- on 101. 'oltllt.n. cvin Ulroattn t., close around : on sitlc. or* to procure a snlireriplion ,.f Twentj'five or
in the i is tl":1 every It i that
I every mmter rmmmmml dying with jelk'Wfevtr. reg-ortemi Count Wale wski line tul.mittrd
The.Legislature i ala Democratic by wne dtmn.W Let the I The same draws Thirty Thousand Dollarit least, iu Gadsden county -
thirty gothere IDa yet I
LitnlJ the
} mimali. therefore not the eranifJe vf the X..tl ttrul"an.lttubLlrn.I paper truthfully following plan for time Cocfed< ration of Italy :
j for thi
majority, which secures a U. Senator in fulnl w t to tlu-m purpose.
ai: git e
.f they gloomy of the the
S pcj Ohiorfubtitnit./lid<' Critlcnden..TENNESSEE.. for an honest mid j I Ihll with an} and: tHrt.l t fY once Uniting plantations of 1, TIme Committee ask the location in Quint). not i
in''pendelt ejtprefion J..uai.n. TI'il.io'
t"lz.1 of which i is be
to .
Lt-l them given t the
j, undirstnnddietinctl\ nominally l'sapc, but
the bench liowttur ( fiotu selfish motives merely,-there are substantial j
.-Harris the Democratic on nvj-h it nmabe: and St. Lucia many
candidate oi:7lns for the South does Wibb'-I Kits t'I' iu the
to of
reality Sardinia
Kings and
l lrlid.nL 1 Naples allernalely.
to the -
uffM wih of privatecnrjiorAtor I ntt'ons why the College should be located
is reported t be elected Governor over Ne-therUnd, IltErlst hi.u that is privilege, but it is not Docs: the eiirth own poe i in! fairer ti) The
*, or assumed dignity, but rather chooe lila I strong places to be gam-vied hy
liege to dictate to the who it and view aol more graleful fir the labor of iininTr, Yet at ( piece.
Kaow Nothing by 6000 majority. The Legislatureis to emulate the example set by the d oM Demoerotie Xortl Illn11.n. the Federal
i b to be shot from the are they now? Wrecks, ruiu deserts with is the II troops are GuiU. Mantua and liiieeiiz-i.
ofew You ami no one d01-R elJlr, what ; Quincj'i near centre of the State, and in a
to Democratic.
,11 aid L The opposition up party 1. re eJ.tt him. ale toseconmplih who has independence enough to lila honest impression of former wealth and a failingsivilitimtiomm I few The votes in the Federal Diet Io be.jlutrihtilcd a*
this desirable f'nJ we nould Fpf.at year, at most, will be connected by Rail Road
pear to have gained several members of Cougrcss, upon] sMitiments right there in the city t which become f.iiuter and faintirevery follows: Parma 1 Modeuu
citizen of our State Charltltn.-I ; 1 ; the IVpe 2 Tu cnny -
every particularly conductorsjustiee with all South and Dist I ;
I Amana .1" ther are r r* *.l .. If such men creW be shot do an. year ; with. towns at ours flhJ. \<-i<>nie. nti-1 pltth- Florida.
.1iorch t late ." .J. .&a p. n & I.i.. "._n .nd ._ bavmtrcy 2 ; Sardinia ; Naples
f p carie is the defeating S. A. Smith democrat to bear upon the .1 and not be on uieir ciiy. inese are our sen u in en is, ana mere I K"s; with mansion, once grand and staNly, tottering The } 1II"r. guilty of It i is
: We iodine think that this win t the 1/I'niiati0I adapting the of BlarkRrpullitan w e differ from our correspondent. We go fur holding !- to decay ; with Jew tradesmen fxrciipvirg connection will exist with all the counties West- rumored that Louis Napoleon h.tcns visiting -
f t report erample tIlt the on.eltiol there in spite of yellow fever I Ior the houses ana mimicking the display prin'cely London.
I A incorrect Tenneswe has long been doubt 11tt. of Ohio by rfjettli a .1udmefor a thus rendering the location easy of access to
prove merchants and with of every
other feter.andwe have the lensl ; a race ne any squatter
parading The London
J 14 fill State, and more often 1.1 gone w il h the OPr patriotic It it due to erprt'tlon patriotism.opinion.It is. I to il due to justice. pnllturi.n about any northern man's lot being Il- their insolent iillenes on lands! .tliich they portion of the State; added to this is the proverbial of Italian ACM* intimate that the is-nmme

.I, salon than with the Democracy. .Thu year pendence and purity that Judge juJicAllnJt- di.rmi} or having his throat cut iu the streets, because hate occupied without purc1RSlnd exhausted healthfulne Quiney. its natural L..all1IIn,1, an Confederation will n't tie pre *<-d.

1i line been local causes operating against the Dem t.re mid triumphaully! re eleeted Chitf:lzc.J Ju.tict eutkinetl *- be differs with them on the candidates to L put in without cultivation." springs of pure w.tl'r-in none of which respects Time French land and naval forces have I* Jun to

r the duties of which non.ination. any rate, let u* try experiment The Time with the same bitterness tileiJra leave Italy.
lie bus exploit-a
ocrals, particularly the question of Bank reform, to long ably amidaece.tably have i* it surpassed bany point iu the Southern COUB- '
us southern
; a specimen -
: where they have taken ground in furor of abolishing rilled. We have Itt Ilear.and read a pood deal about' shiviilry.it ; now that the incentive of wages will induce the try. Count Fersigny hal arrived at Puri, bungii.a .

,i t much of the paper money circulation, and substituting The italic are oun }let na an a
# Unfortunately for the Republic there is no pirallel The Richmond paper: found to the Peace Congress on condition of A and
! -1f' e io Of court* they hare had the whole Lxamimer.uotiees this rhodomou- warm friend and liberal supporters a* general

'1 j influence contend ith. between the two (51 It has been the eu.tom tade and says: Tliere is no 1.1in'kiJlg\1Ietrut1l. Year of bitter the number of school sustained by her people fully immediate disarmament -
Bnk t 1 in for both experience-- of hope h f-rrt-I l ..f'cJ.I t"otionoDrt'quite.l. The
Olii parties to nominate candidates for The final disposition of the time and for ycars attest English Parliament i is directing ils attention

. I JT0RTH Cuouu.-lle only intelligence of the the Bench. J has never been the custom in Florida holding the Convention, rlt, we place the I of poverty of humiliation of pratersunanswered Time Commiltec to the stale of the national defences
: election 1..1etc.'iLb of derided of insults are persuaded that no amount
; 14 i in this State, which for Congress and sufferings umirsaento.I great -
National Executive
to do the Committee of
so. ltre. field bus always been l left demortic i of enJur'.d-I.II France i is arming a fleet of lifted
t contumely patiently ye convinced orllrgumt'nt or be cannon
. ; members of the J.geJturf. i the reported election open for tIle freest couijttHion, au illustration orwbie. patty. _and we. trust that I they will give the whole j jmi ns of the tr th. It must be foJIt.kl'n! out. .1 induce our nf'peal..m in nccts-nrv to Sevii-al flour and rice mills hnte been
people lojoin heartily the
of L. O'Ji. > a careful securing
from the onli the Convention
dis (
Raleigh eo l'rat.n. I ami ;
is in loudly tIle'il1
the number encrgetk-nlly tlespite
now niockingsof
seems fire
for the
tterng meets in Charltston at establishment of t-ucli Institution on North Shore at the K-s
trict. our L Saunder. and feat I pleasant season of tl'l \ cant' The frtoo,1eot India an among us. Liverpool,
B Fulih.oppoition, upon the Btruh The people have thus had the scar. it will be the most pleasant ever 1h negro I When it is being estimated at mlmiOO.
ii .f over haw, democrat, in the 3d IwJ. slave will not till the soil fur wages; the free son remembered that there is not, in all -
lily of Charleston is
4 v tricf privilege of running and voting for whom they and attractive cities one in of the most .triking.peculiar of the ex slave is a< obstinate Mot sire. He will I Florida, a school of the grade contemplated and Austria refuses to meet the Sardinian rcpnsent.v
Virginia IItSanJ this the first time that Ulion, citizens cultivate land which he has not for his lives in
Election i any portionof the most chivalrous, and bought own that to confer upon youth of our State the bet educational : conference.On .

'. i 4 After long de-lay the full vote cast at the May the voters of the State have been compared to I In ad.tecturl. Imbits, t\cllivntp.J living, 110litaLle..fthotllt. yarn wants, mangoes he does not and care plantain for The Cotton e satisfy and I his advantage they must be sent hundr d* the 4th of Augn, Louis Napoleon would
election in rlini fur Governor been maJcup the Abolitionists of Olio for exereioing, their right Chmmmriiton ore unlike the and; yours. sugar of miles borders make a grand entry into 1'arij.
PopJe.r coffee and tobacco-ho cares little ft.r therrt.And beyond our it would seem that
i !ffl and officially publ'tolicd. The result of preferring one candidate to another. But the j I e"I.le.r any '-f the Uuion. So great Time
is tli.'ir lorl-earnnce what matters it to him that the EnglUhrnnn! the matter has only to be presented to call forth an French army ha* been reduced, it is report ed,
R I I' For Lclcher.77,229 cases are wanting: in similarity in anolher particular. I courte-y re-peet for the pro ha sunk his thousands nnd ten of thousands on to 2 *),000
men renewable
j by
(: uogginlotal ... .. .. i r.ritiu., ,, ..(. lifthat no t hi n i; .ii.. .more. ludicrous to raill*. maehit> and plant which n"w lotter enthusiastic and united effort to rescue the state furloughs.
r 'J i .... .' Ju-lgeSwan 1 amuunjust1ysvt ai< fcr : m.: L -5- __ IJ.. t-- y_.. .iturned on L._ ..r.L.J._ .0-_ The ah- --- --- sw.V..,,e.e ,.ma..., .
r r I : I . .- -_ .L. j__ j. .. "' mat wnicl): every alur l new-piHr[ [ ortie s% wbicb are goinf tilerountlf : "and r--- ; the aXle, the intense heal
;4 II j majonty lor or. lenrr. sound about Charleston mobs," and h.r; ry debts. He caU his jams and supplying scholastic wants of her own people. Laving injured the grape

I ij I A question however says the Euqnircr may lawyer unowjiycd 1-y flnaticm. npj.roresaud } from the North being in danger of being d..glte in Midlers at' Buckra.Ve .' There is nol, it i i:5 believed another State in the The Jfonileur Je Hutte says that Denmatk has
' j' arise about the vote of Portsmouth which applauds. Not s with Judge DaJd1 In the (he streets." The Charleston \ know not why tl.is should be ; but it is so. cwlnl the island of
I' tihlfi ; was not pel'rYe.r are among The has been with I Confederacy so dificient, iu thi regard a* Florida :M. Thorn* to America.G .
I ;1 j returned in conformity with the law included course pursued by him toward one of his assoxiatenon i.- the mOlt 'I'liit, orderly and negrmm bought a price the price |' and it well ( Garibaldi Lad confide
ii by being II\rouhlY'Hlllred of English taxation and Engli-h toil. IK has been may be asked }(lIt much longer i is this a ntial interview with
i.1 the and this in The .
Bench is people
I '. 1 with that of the county. If therefore the ( : among the grave objections lion, if it tle0,1.I. I, June, have much redeemed from bomlagc'' ly the sweat and travail stain to rest upon our name ? Marmora, the new Snrdinian Minister of list. on
f I Legislature the role in Portsmouth urged against lh rP election.) there was ) "i lro to of tome millions! of hardworking Englishmen.Tneuty .- the 15th. lie h.i4 under
f reject from fear from ,I" .lntr.lu" from bowic knivts People of Gad--d..n we appeal to yoa to lee the ennininnd an army < fIS.i'OU

I ', : the fact of DOD- oDf.rmiDg with the rules, it \'i the attempt of the t exercise. of power this unl.raJ Itd in the and levoher. millions millions of dollars of.-pound have been stl'rling-one distilled from hundred the first to move in tin great woikof improvem : men, which i is inc-re.asini; It is'i now i-tated

: .1 Incre Mr. Letcher's majority to 5,913. history Judiciary or any other Country Letter-from Preiildeiit- --liiirhanan.- brains and muscles of the free English laliorcr, cf mind reform Time opportunity i* now presented that he i is going ii.to the Appenines for the purpose

'i j 1 The Sentinel calls our attention t the official and-so rerarklle of indeed a* to attract the fuiep! The Pittsfcrg Pout having urged the re-nomina. every. degree, to fashion the West Indian. negro into I, not only for aiding to place Florida iu a position raiding 2 ,000 men, at the heud whom h? wiM
criticism neighboring Within free and }
a laborer. Free and
It ouro'n independeul independent'
Tote and insists that it t.Lt. strike for the
substantially sustains a (or"l't' tion of :Mr. Buchanan the eaident has written the commensurate with her agricultural nnd fast increasing independence of Central Italy, m\\rr\
he has become God
knows but
limits, we have yet to hear of a of enough ,
: j mer statement controverted that Lobber the <
by us nn piccs of Modern.
owe letter the editor I.ort'r he is not and far commercial importance, but for providing
i standing and character in his who defends following to : ; so as we ca 1set', he ,
his election rather to what be has hem than to profession BEIOORD SPRINGS, July, 1839. never will be. He will sing hymns and quote lexis, and establishing in onr midst, the means for supply The Pope complains ot Vuter Emanuel, fv* asking

l I 1 what be now We have followed our neighbor's that extraordinary act t Falction.d either bylaw Mr DER SIR- 211 but honest steady industry he nut only detests but ing the educational demands of the whole State. foreign assistance to vindicnte the I'ope'srihts." !

i, ; atdvice and examined the official but or precedent. S far from it. we have authority I have i of the despises. We wish to Heaven, that sonic people An article in
t 1 return find r.'ct tel your lin. note 19th inst., Shall the opptal le in vain ? We hope and the Ii for saying that time members of the Bar with the in England-neither government people nor
it j to sustain his with leadtr from <* parsons
fur from to the
nothing aUtgailn S it, trust not and in furtherance of the military and naval expenditures of En land
known Whilst I nor c-l'rgJDI..n-Iut somejmmsit minded honest ; oljeet, we cpecially < n ,
it deserve the
scarcely any exception, condemn it as unheard appreciate a! ability
:' we find that in the strongest slave holding counties and displayed in the I hearted and clearsighted men, would go out to invite you to meet in Quincy on tnrduy which has caused a decline of j in the FuruH

i '::1 ; I in the State. Letcher gained on Wise's vote, and .of and arbitrator. In the face of such. (it is friendship la been published. My..Iiorial.dLeninltion.yet regret onu of the i islands-say Jamaica Dominica, or An the lfth of September next Several addresses -0-

b'' I; Goggin lott on Take few of those believed) universal condemnation by those who not under any circumstances to become n candidate I tiqia not for a month or three mouths, but for will be delivered and it is LATER FROM MEXICO.

"rll counties for Fournoy. .. -Letcher eland high in the legal profession, some of whom, for re.f-tion. ;s final and eoncl.ivt. My best a yar-would watch the precious protege of Eng- earnestly hoped' that all NEW OBIEAX, August C.-Date. have been received -

t It: :: : \ \ TTise 920; Goggin 921. Flournoy 1040. King 1020.and to say the least of it, are the equals of Judge BaIt. judgment this and To strong: ineJualion. unite in favor of its lieu; phil would.uilhropy watch,him the as freed he negro lazily in plnnt his daily his little halt- the friend of that Education occasion. in the country, will be here from Vera Cruz to the 28th Julj.and

ash it is the climax of blindness and courl. cast dOII.ts upon] my predetermined present on from the
to City Mexico time
'., : ( Queen-Letcher 429. Wise 397 ; Goggin 271. Flour folly ast>imi- calculated to quitting: would watch him as he proudly rejects IClh July.
,) influence
impair We
I purpose my to raise by '11\.scripLi! the
4., propose nciySO7. Loudoun-Letcher 722, Wise 690 ; Gog- late his case t that Judge S'a', and to represent iu carrying important measures, and afford a prei i agricultural or domestic service, or accepts it only of One Hundred Thousand Dollars the Gen. Zualoga was marching on San Louis Pt>(oM,

I I gin 1798. Flournoy SO 15. Richim.i City Letcher those who exercise their right of preferring j text for saying that they have been dictated by the at wages ludicrously disproportionate to the valueof subscriptions with five thousand men Other troop** were con
I his work. We wish would to be in
desire to be renominated.With too they watch him payable two equal annual instalment,
4l i i 1688, Wise 116 ; Gojrgin 204J Flournoy SUKiohmond -__ some other gentleman as finer Justice ..adopting j the ,while with a hide thicker thin that of a hippopotamus due and centrating to march against llnrqneza. Miration's
kindest rccardf, ., 1861 18C2, but not to be binding until time
It I county-Letcher 261, Wit-e ICS : Gog- the erampU of the Black Repamtmlicamiparty o Ohio r .friend. I and a body to which fervid heat is a coin- troops were concentratng at Regenerator. It wa*
Respectfully your sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars shall have been sub
tl gin 296. Flournoy 364. Stafford-Letcher fi07, Such representation is a gross outrage upon individual (Signed) I' BUCHANAN. I fort rather than an annoyance he droningly bungee scribed. reported that a grand movement of some kind was

,_ Wise 474 ; Goggin 299, 359. freedom of thought and action, for which there over the prescribed tusk on which the intrepid on foot
Flournoy Tbe Naturalization Englishman: unaccustomed anil uninured to the S. P. RICHARDSON
Tlie BentlntFt argument is that because Letcher is no jutfcaton or excuse. Nor is it true, .al Quelton-A Case In burning sun, Iconsume. his impudent energy and JOSEPIIUS \XDE1 OX. Miramoa had issued a manifesto, in which he

: gained in some of the semi.fre." western counties leged that a .movement" .been "made by two The know noil ings in Kentucky, as everywhere tot often sacrifices his life. We wi-h they would I. R. promises protect the clergy ; declares in later

; i therefore he owes his election t having expressed of the Supreme Court Judges!to effect the removal else, remarks the Washington Conttitution, labored It.t out and view the neirro in all the blazonry HARRIS. of dictatorial government: asserts that it is the

it frecsoil sentiments years ago; but how comes i of the tbrd" Judge DuPont ia not a candidate most industriously t misrepresent the position of hi idleness sneering his at pride the industry his ingratitude that, cimntetmmptuomaily race which- S.C. B.II. STEPHEN DrPONT. ?, traditional policy Mexico to guard against the

: that he alI gained in strong slave-holding counties a his own In.tlnef. lut, at the invitation the democratic party and of the Administration in nude him free, and then enme home and teach the TIIOS. MUNROE, United Stnte -

t: such as w e have mentioned 1 I Ole argument be of his fellow citizens from all parts of the State, regard to the protection of naturalized citizens \Idle memorable l lesson of their experience to the fanatics S. B. LOVE Minister McLane was nt Trnxillo. Only the
p ,. good for anything, does not this vote prove tltat in I of every rank and cla.a. IIae not things reached abroad. But they were well an"weed by curable ,,110 line j>erverte l him into whet he I.." P. W. WHITE skeleton of the treaty had been sent to Wacbint ton

tea counties at least greater confidence .fell : most singular point when thus t invite a candi and distinguished standard'bearerein the discussions 1 In these candid admissions of the effect of eman. WM. MUNROE. I I was not signed. Juarez declined signing the trtaty

in his souJidr.e s than iu that of his opponent T But I. into the field where no one man has a greater : before popular assemblies, and by the leading democratic cipntion in the British West Indies, there is furnished wAll paper favorable to the oljeet will without the approval of the Mexican Congresa.

I the Washington State disposes of tlie whole matter than another is to expose him and them, aswell journals all over the State The LexingtonStattmnan abundant mailer for reflection by the fa. please I. TIme authorities Tehauotrpec continue to annoy

.-'t? ; in a way that cannot be gotten round That papt I all others who may elioo t support him, I mentions the ease of Mr. Straus, of that umstieis" in the United Slates wjio would remove the copy.It'll .e the Tehauntepec company. The mails by*hU

says in reply to similar statements as that uiad by t offensive comparison with the course of timeBlack cty as a practical illustration of the protection a flares
our cottDporarj- Republicans and Abolitionists of Ohio T I democratic Administration affords to naturalized tontentto one of idleness and barbarism. It is, The following article should be read and pon* A conspiracy had teen discovered at the CapItol,

t S A demonstrate tbe ( ., of all this to be the penalty for exercising free thought, citizens, and says that Mr. Straus was in that city however, a peculiarity of fanatic-Urn never reflect dered well by every man who take a newspaper on the lib of July. Time plan of the eonspiralosa

( these declarations. By the -ensus 150) there free and fice action the In the face of England' African policy" which without for it
ii speech Surely Republic and would substantiate the truth of the annexed paying : was to Assassinate the Governor, and take f/o sesilon

1- Cave were Letcher 472,628 IWVe.:Iap; t in' Virginia.and vhteh The he counties that |j could not have weighed the meaning and force of statement: contains nothing but warning discouragement Time result of my observation enable me to state, of the Government.

.t, I Wise t 1 gained orcr the language admitted to column for and dissuasion" the Sewarda of the North will persist as a fact, that the publishers of newspapers and -4-
by Mine census 2GS.490 slaves. i. are
h.d The [From tbe Lexington (Kj.) LATER ARRIVAL
rewarded than claw OF THESACKVIU.Z
Sttlm. of
4 I cutie in which Goggin had majorities. salufled. from certain peculiarities in the style in their mad designs even though ruin to the more poorly any men in the
An.lginc Simon btru, of this city, left the domains ofAustria United Stmmte who invest an equal amount of labor
ht' J .t1e semi Flournoy free west, bad," where 204,038 Letcher slaves. cJeI that it is cot from the pen of the editor. Better before< he had rendered the military service best interests of both races shall be the re II1t. I capital! and thought The are expected to do more A.A : IA.
s gained .
had 60,655 while that BO largely disavow it We would not be surprised if hundreds imposed by the laws of that government on every I --- S service for less r"" to stand snore ponging are
of the The Southern Americana.Every .
,1aYa August 10. The
portion citizen. He to-tlie United steamship
'ett of votes affected such came States, DtIUra1ze. ,1l'8tlllf'JIding. to puff and defend more people
are by unfortunate \'A
where Copgiu's gains had but an '
1 large 10.806'I and few months returned eign stems to indicate says the WambingI reached Halifax yesterday afternoon and the
to Austria
slaves. falls 1 ago without fee or hope of reward, than any other nws
11 Goggin'sote on the .bor the Fourn.y.Onrufdfne ..- attempt to mlnuf.dure rapital. In an election not ..llert summoned to appear, on three days tn Conitiition, that the great political contest of i! dll. was immediately dispatched by horse express to

*, part ma.. ( thee political and in which no party candidates are in notice, for service. He immediately ie- 1SJO will be narrowed down to a conflict between It1u | They credit wider and longer ; get oftener cheated Saekville. It reached the latter point late ia the
by Congressionalaspirant
*, caused 'l'ar.lrgotel" the usual Democratic the f.J the weakest intellect cannot f"i to perceive ported himself 1 the Uniten States con received I' great national party-the dt'mocraey-on the ; suffer more pecuniary low; are oftener the
I The strength of the the utter indelicacy and of him aj an American e.tze. and did protect victim of misplaced confidence, than any other point
majorty. Democratic impropriety A, him such. Mr. trua on hand, and the sectional black republicans on : ZVtk. The sales of
as no mOl trouble. calling in the community. a printer's Liverpool July cotton for he
much abused : People pay
1 party uorthwett They are (imitating the conduct of Southern men and
th. oilier. It is noticeable fact in i1Iu
'ot.r most '
always true their The I bill ulOrereluct.nLJr than any older. It goes harder week reached 62,01)0) bales. Holders demand an
bad no real part t in the principles CDtet On this slaveryisue question to that of a detestable gang of Abolition iu ndia. Toe N. Y. HERALD ox THE HEALTH or CHAILE.. TOV. I thai of this remark that the most eminent tra-1 with them to expend a dollar on a valuable news advance of |e. Holders offer their stock fretly

the people of Virginia are now and forever. one j ries. Time Savannah Republican says: There is no end to of ihe_last Congress who wore_ chosen a* j jo1ar, titan ten on a needles gew gw ; yet every but show no disposition to press sales.
ftod -- avails himself of the ue of the editor's
the tricks and there pen
indli.ILle politics, are in
tome pi esses Anericans" Lave abandoned their party or refused -
American Newspaper In Havana. I I I and the print-lIlnlc. The Bullion in the Bank of England Lad increased
seems as, coneludre. the country-o few we hope-that pretend to be raiominations from it or avowed their intention and
-It I t I A prospectus is published for a weekly newspaper I r How many professional political reputations 236,0 X

I lae reason is asked why the Democratic vote in the English language ITavan'. lobe called rtptablf. and .yet scruple at no species of dis to co operate with the democracy. Such has been and fortunes have been made and .u-t.ineell., the The Emperor Napoleon had decided Unit tee

was 6d much smaller than usual, the answer honor. .New York Herald is out for the assembling tie course of Ready of Tennessee Woodson and friendly, though unrequited pen of the editor ?-
i given the Cuban .'!** fgt. C.I.1. W. Bryant, formerly How embryo towns and cities have I French army aid navy should be restored to a
lion. J. R Tucker the Democratic of the next Democratic Convention in that ninny
by candidate fur Anderson of Missouri saul Eustis of Louisiana
Jacksonville in this State, i* one of the prcprie ; brought into notice and puffed into prosperity by peace fooling without the least possible delay. It
Attorney General: city, instead of at Charleston, a now vhile Humphrey Marshall, of Kentucky has declared the ? llow railroads, in successful
tor*. Mr. B. \j a gentleman of decided talent and appinte' press many now was generally regarded aa a sincere and pacific policy
Though we have succeeded by a decreased.me lie will succeed beyond a doubt It alleges, by way of argument, that it hi. purpose to vote for time democratic candidate operation would have foundered but for the assistance on the part of the Emperor.
jority there k nothing In the result indicate any energy. safe for the delegates visit the latter in the the of Ihe "lever that move the world?" In
1 t city for presidency. Many independent and
: The Zurich conference had not been helm
real diminution of our strength or increase of mouth of would be short, what branch of industry or activity has not yet
any JonI they running a risk of
the in NAPOLEON a eilightened men in every State will be influenced been stimulated and defended The had
Opposition Virginia AND EluTu-Te Pai. correspondent promoted, + by the English ministry announced that they
,In 1835 the fiercene< of the contest rallied eer'wou of the London News says: The being insinuation off i is by l the stranger slander or yellow fever. by the came considerations; and when the proper I preset would not except an invitation to the European Congress
cf both rnies thepolls. In 1856. a .. or sister time arrives will give their rotes on the side of the And who has tendered it a more than miserable
,ib I have a Turin which states that Charleston la until the result of the Zurich eoaferenc is
ten letter, city. .healthy forlDger l ia June .
vote for cervices
t The
Ic.aggregate cast, thtrel too little pinan its.mighty bazaars of
the Union and the Constitution.Texae .
op when the ,
I Emperor Napoleon to King as New York or and we doubt ifs democracy, .
position make the election a left of relative annoanee Pbia.Jflphia. fashion and the hamSts of appetite and dissipation made known.
t I Victor Emanuel the terms of of ss-
strength. In the lt.election the undisturbed confidence t'e *TIaa te treaty of11.,. care yellow tba moot. can b foundin are thronged with an eager crowd bearing cold in ----5--- '
of our full franca.. .id. your Majesly any her entire bi.tur. TIme course the Itr4donthi their palms, and tbe commodities there needed From tics &MAMMA RtjnMiea*.
p pneoW. rote furthe I tion to make? The snf I I are
Klrtg understanding at once >ject The' Anderson .Central Texan, of the SOth alt.,
State ticket and .11\utte sold
was of A loss \otH the situation bv the .Has at enermons profits though intrinsically worthless LAM CrrrFtJL.JaTy80, 1553.
to the influence of local rple question your says: and for with
us, through be paid scrupulous punctuality
Editor Satannak
cntesa Majesty addf The two American Dental Convention. Cotton picking commenced in this neighborhood Rtpvilican iDXAK
rweea member the sovereigns while the of the is
counting the
Dewuftl party permitted, bowed and NuoAXi !. The fifth annual last the 25th inst Time boll newspaper Main Trunk Road is
if not by Opposition." The tactics FAL Ang. eon"e- on Monday are Urge, seat of jewin cheapening trade order and Sim-Yonr approach'ir.g
encouraged ; e1J-
of our opponents were to urpritean overconfidentadversary. -4Osmias tion of tbe Araeriean Dental Association met here the cotton of good quality and the plant promisingan ties. It is made point of honor to liquid.te.grog 1 a as so nearly that our people are becoming alive
roe ELECTION DAT?-The Louisville Journal yesterday. About sixty member are prevent T. abundantyield. bill but not of. dishonor to repudiate to a connection with our system at this place. Already
a printers
"The result that, even .under suchciremustances published the following ID.tructOI voters session t day was occupied organizing ole, &Ir.Samael ra more,overseer for Jas. .W.Barnes bilL yqar train are within about 80 miles from
hs'iOWD the of the election t for tbe ensuing rear. .follows:' President, W. Esq_.'gives as the picking of four bands as follow: us. or less than two days travel, and tony front
have ever, been Democracy o Virginia are now.M on day : Rogers,of Ufira ; Vie Preside t.G. Watt,of Xenia, 204. t IS. 210 and 231. Not high picking but very Something more may be added for the benefit of this vicinity,when going north, go to-YonkeeTow
they invincible.
.blutely All O On Monday morning rise early read the Journal Ohio Fuller time 28th of those who read the without for Savannah
that U needed to : Recording Secretary Frank cf Ports good lor July. papers 'U riLtDg.- and take time train instead of goift;
alreBgth ever de"lop large numerical then go and rote, and alter that hunt up eer mout. New Hampshire; Corresponding Secretary, The- Galvetton News says that .IB? Sea lil lId These constitute a very Urge class.- W. know ole by way Jacksonville or Feraaodiaa. Your vonspprtme.ehes \
tlte harmouy lordcUO Da and stick to him until he has voted also. of Tallahassee, Florida; Treasurer i cotton crop ef Texas will be two or t three times as much nearer u* than th 'distaaeeaborsstated
; union upon piinciple for a division h a low tortoise, a coal of fire his back r I LWil man who,boasts thai, be reads the newspapers for
put on & of last The the 1nt
I Cha. Anr.. Geor ,The convention. j Urge a* that year.. crop nov.rro.Jit't and when testes reach the nearesl jx>
.bQ1 0t That i*. use a revolver. 1 I, will remain in fl "1 "* j I IjT rtTMT\slTr well I rw-tat-g-tLorgh a subscribers e make. it a point to thii j-Uoe considerable travel will take thiit


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ronte, inteL of the u-u,1 l inc by '' 1ftr I EN'IIRELNF.S- !- E'\'l1nELYE\' ': Valuable Invention! SADDLES, HABNESS AMES & LIVELY, 185 .-NEW GOODS.-lS50.

Jack-,n\.Ple. To eonn't"1 sit)" 'II at this point will WHAT IS IT I I AND I Spring: Styles.
yonr-road the IId."r.tllg'Aofthe feiiMeoU andOforx'ia .
pve 11" 5se-t.rflacrstirenowcpetiitIieu SPRIX 3J
Jo..1 from TIIJ.IUlf.6t} ) la this place and of THAT WONDERFUL PURIFYING AGENT BLADE CARRIAGES.rIIE ; -DEALERS INTILLAHISSEE- rp_ STOCK. It i* II.e Ltrcwt and best nss."tul

the Oiitrsl K..ad from Jacksonville here and you -Dailn's Pi (opln lactic! Fluid i STEL c I. i they I I.t ver ofTered for eale in Spring.
nil] derive mnch bnp! *$i from the Fla.. U. U. toe iicw ; It Ti-i.-t4 of the .:. .al Tsriely. We name "<*1If
(4.u.e po-' !.'* cOroin from Odur Kej. "II ill take This i* a New ]i teryf. Jl ill air rentll of I firmedKercarih. I S article ii' t'a.hi tfrpsrtmenLand will be hippy t,

the Central Railroad at Italdvio and cotne by this. ft is c triumph nf&inr1*tir IEis 1 Patented. Juno 21st, J859. -\ '. *L.w i r *.,11!! all ,.r soy part t>t the Mine to cur.!M I
l.ll1re to take your FOlullu Sutannali. But nltiuiately a Cb"m fat Ubion of ir.alei lals.provided by I, -- : friends and tie public.DRY. .
: the crreat Peninsular Iload from Tampa Bay herself: for rendering pme the air we The Most Economical, Convenient and Efficient j I

\ill \'e tuiilt direct to this point. which will give breathe. Its action! is in obedience to fixed laws. Cultivator Ever Invented.TTJJEN O GOODS.

TOU DTI almost air line It, II. from javannab to M'irK crnp: POWERFUL I IIt I -; \ : Heavy sad n.!! OaQ\.w-I-1 the*bale plecao
Tampa Bay. the m.*t capncivns hcrLvr upon the l11 I properly made and used if it At n i S'EDC \: yard Stripe Piaids and Pius,fw servants wear

Mcxicin Gulf In '.ct. thii is the purpose of the purifies dwellings sink. kit then-. \ \ ibm prove lUel''?, I herein ple 'ge mj".1 to Madras and Verona Ildlf, for came in variety ; a
It removes all ofT"tu>!ve e>d< rs ; for J __,. awirtment of Lli.eu Goods D- IIa Puck
CVnpanv brvinj, charge of that ereit enterprise. I return the m'ney those vibo, purchate large -
Would it not be of interest to Savannah to look It enter bum..with instantertamtr: t their p'arta'i-'ri t uuJersige.bavin* purchased lam stock inJL PUnter' Linen Cl eeks. .te..c.Xr. Cottonadts, D<-

to thisruatur at orce; for if*h> enn maketJ.iu..ij-I It if the best preparation ever used for freh wonnds. Reqiiii but e.ne Stock fur any kind of 1 Wad'' D. E. Hull and taking the well- I f LA-'J iiiim Marlboro Stnp 4. hceUug; Shirtings Bed"Tick"
It all and animal poison known stand so long br him, will continuethe .
: destroys vegetable ; ; occupied
and takci Calicoes Furniture .b awl Check.
nation. does it not at once rcoinpl the great It relieves in a l lew seconds the Idles of insects, ten of which way be r.u10n. f.lned. .I business in nil i its brunches, trusting by strict attention ARE now rccLivirg a lartre and fresh supply of
f. hicl. .Ie 'baa >ended! K mu object r \ exf > one cf articles GOODS FOR THE LADIES.Plain .
\ bees etc. busings to receive a liberal ery variety kept by Dru.gi.t5.
What is tile of hillside, nd general pultivMioti C patronage
and treasure t building fr-rty or Is adapted to .
miles of Railroad over a level plain. compared It lIentlt'Mll..n.Iwo" forming; and M..Bulil into a double plo itttire. J. K.. PUHDY. PL.1l'TEW3. rilYSICLi. aiul figured Linen Muslins,
fifty It soothe bulls when formed. anti l.eal.ILern may Tallahassee, July 16, hSC9. 29 Orgiodie amid Jaconet Robes
to the importance of such a e..n'ammati.ulfThis and) is no.onsfructed that a seed planter nay and others will altraya! fin.lllt I thi estahlit-liment a "
the I rapidly. I which will not full supply of thing aieeded in our line and on licautiful French Chintz Jnnonela,in RoW;
end be consummated under it, the cost ne.d every
great may It is nod ( Ciiiluneles, ulcers, and sous L alAehcl t o Printed Lawns and Muslin-,
present chartered priilege* of the two States; fur ; <*r : corn ; one dullar. 250,000 Acres of Railroad as liberal terms as they can be had ill any Southern
tvitli It cleatise-s the teeth and purifies the breath; I to itslt Market Orders by Mal: r otherwise promptly attended Earlston and ether rtjrle Gin..l.:1m"
have Lhe.l'illt to make the connection I E\"erYIart ii detachable an adjustable
you} and Seal let Feverare Lands for Sale. Er.gheliPrint!. some rC'Att/bconutiful.
The worst (
.Yh'pl..nsofTn.hQio1' and l fil'cd! with tl. if
our Mrs'ttn .ht of the Alip nacola & CJeorgis lloaj cooix-cU vilh the Florida mitigated by the tiseof this Fluid; it baa been atok. i simply constructed and there being O npIIESn lands are composed of tho alternate section personally purchased by Customers. To Cash and bkrts "lndc.trtK'lil.te.- trufj.

Road, .liili i* now nearly t'OlI1rl..t..t. The Pen known to check tho! spread Typhoid Fever iu Families well in the iron part that the whole plow mil) b _L on either side of the rt'nplcll.t.Georgia; prompt tune bu\eis. we feel eonfidt-nt i-i snyiii! we I Ito Kmbioidered: Expansion Collar and Coronation. .

FKcoU d; Georgia 1:1..1 u graded to tlii.ice.! and Leading and upon physicians plantations.are Ufin/ it in Chnrh-ston Cc- I rrmhiy put up by tbe commonest Smith after from ben to the FlopJa Rued the trains will soon a correct pattern. The of all Tho Florida to aid in building this road. Those n..w offered rrieel- -
opion Pariii obi Shades Button '
Inmbia Savannah. Augusta Atlanta Macon.lun- Ribbons < ,
be rllnntn:. I \enture these intimatious to you. I Lave seen and tried it U that it .i are located on that part of the line cxtenJingfrom Drugs. Dye StufTi, -
Pm Ac. d.
bus. Montgomery, S.lmlMobile and New Orleans. Tares,Thread Needle .
You Tallahassee distance of 105 Medicine'arnmshe", r
tint they mar l IH MIC subject nftouIit. may PLOW USED to Alligator a I
make neof thi. rough an.ll.utrie'III'it i. s. The HocpiUU of New Oileana and Mobile are ONLY miles. Most of them are in (the ciuity: of aOI cat Chemical, Putty. HATS. .

usirv i'I a* soon 8 its merits are generally known and bat, of the Suwannee River. They embrace eviry variety Perfumery, Burnin FluiJ, A fin* assortment. Black Cossiinire Fmoke Merino; ,"
lJ "l'ilalt1. Cf'rporaticns, ship' rraf-tcis.t naanuf.ictu taking several years together it will be but a stallparte of soil from Jmd.suitable merely for tmilwr and Paints, Camphine. F.lj CableParis Drab Citizec., Uro"d, ,

nnouiunncnt of (CanMbatts.I ,I rt-rs. planters! p"J'ficllIlI". furnicheid b. tho gallon: atreduced of present plow expense} b.-ni2. not only tlie naval stores, to the mOlt valnabe! description for the Oils Glass Ware, Planters. Antique. I-lIIl'irf', I..e 'lOm. Canton ay

rates most but plow which can be uied. : of Sea Island end Short Cotton Sugar. Fine Soap Window (Gins.
Florence Pauanu
eonT..m'nf dl'lp.f I 1'c\rIU..ir. ,
-- Few sale .ts and merchant I ro..h'tio
----- ( u I It I'-. I by dru52i country gene Farmers may ft ,' ', supply of Hre. Cm, Tobacco and other agricultural products Hue Tooth end Hair Manufactured Tobacco! and many btlmers.CLOTJZfiVU.
solicited.Try .
rOIll11.om orders
rally are respectfully, Shoved* ali Sweeps for this stock, and even knack A la'ge proportion j re pine lauds based Uru-Ie., Patent Medicines
;?r We arc authorized to announce I at least one bottle. Puce 50 cents. Follow tbe w.inn' off thc.r: wrought Turumg Plow and fix on llo clay with dense and large forest, growth, resembling Paint Brushes, Fine havana Segars, Ac.Raglirm ..

I>. P. Hoot lisq, as a .andilt.te fur Associate I directions.2T" I fur much the best pine h.da 1 of Baker county Georgia Surgical Iiiairurnrn!*, Mcelicine! Chests.! :.":..iV V.j anti Coat. vf lUlimi Cloth,
Maoufatturpd only in tie Lalaralory the difference in their favor that climate T> d* Era te. ie. Pants of all grades, froiu best
Jiit-tke of the Supitme Court of the Male, at the J. DARHY. Ala. this.PEELJIR' ,'ill 11 suited tu Plantatii :and Family use, rap
S j and proximity the seaboard make them admirably Cassimere and Fancy Linen: Drills, down t" ouinmon
Octob t'lrtliun. For ale in Trll.ha..e b AMES A LIVELY, t PUEE WINES 4 EKAXD1ES JilEI:CISU purpoCS..il..W' .
> adapted for the production ofSca Island Cotton and Overalls. Vests.of all sort,Shirt. Undershirt amiDrawers .
------- -- ----- ----- I HIM] by Dru Ri \' penera'.ly: throughout the Slate. bed recommendation of lands -. of all sorts Ties
81urar. The. ,'i ; hosiery Cellars Stock,
:1care authorized to announce N. 1I-1..15..S vi-hiiu; soils ores, water ic, an- 'MANURE\ DISTRIBUTOR; tte- f'und in the crops of corn, sugar tee cane, long 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. G tun.. and Pocket Handkerchief i -

I).\\'ID S. ALKEII.:. t-f: UiU city os a candidate aljzcel can have it doucetii iea onahle trims by sending jiort staple cotton now growing on them and adja- D.'II. AMES, M. LIVELY. SHOES &, BOOTS. .
to ttof.: J. DA tmy.
f r the (;(ICC {>f A_ciae Janice of the' Suptctne Patented June 21st 1859 : let.t and similar Ilm.ll. which those wishing to purha May 14, 185'J. 20
March 12: IVtt. I I-1 Y e ore to call and examine. The pnrihasers .A very large assortment of the best make, for
requested -- --
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Court ,.r Jlorida at the ('ii>iunc Octo (Ioction. ___ Ladie. Gentlemen and the rising generation-all
-- ---- --- ----- --- -- -- --- -- ---- A DAPTED to lie sowing and distributing of any -i(have acoess to both the Gulf and Allan SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID,
t.f Hon. C1IAS. 1\_ kind of manure and fertilizers whether fine ur Florida, to which our roads are now built styles, kinds and ,price -
l*T Tlio 11r\u ibrrtisfmrnts.blS !! ciatre.iibcr. in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or ,/)11. extended, akd on the completion of the CA1\I.IFHENE, -ALSO-

11. nLI"a"l'OII Liin as a candidate f..r the -- wagon on a pl.ii.tatiou may be readily fixed for this. f(iinection of the Pe'n : =
()m lair tiiil; and >:mim the elaine to be not true will these lands ill be in ten hour trav.l of Savunnah. Miy 14. Ib59. 20 CUOCKERY. OLAS3 WARE.SADULEKY .
J1.rio1a.t iu abi-ut 24 hours travel of both ; TIN WAKE, Ac, ie,
have his ----
COPAilTNERSHIP.r'J'IIE money r.hrt"\ i They are present - -- -- --
-i iU.: C. YOXGK l>( cf rest\ 1,1 -C One of the jr"ite 1llorltin: Invcntibcs -. the Charleston ai d S./nnal by stenmer to Fernarxlina I The Original Extract Quality -ALSO-
i- : >-p.utiu-ri-hip hierttif.rex'stini; b-tween ; farutis have so lo,j ueed"J mid thence by HaiJrold, FI.>ri.I I. Iannheim in the Merchai very till .- -- binds wtre fjrante'I for Railroad pnrpi,' ea mint the II I Corn Starch, Teas.Sti?.re.Coffee, Wine. Brandie Uice, Floor

><,ttrsof ike Mate far rhvtHMi l.i SIRe office .rf A* I .t 'I,AI "'I ill:: Hu.'i cc. u;idr (.. nine and firm I II I III Tl.o"c wi hin' to Iu.rhaft. :Ia'e or County Rich's! I prt>cee Cr-t I UEBER.I-: DANNIIKIMClt.iotl.isdiyeliuolvedby i to be of iron for the road fr the I' IJP.F.PAIEIJ exprcf Oil,ToWco, Snuff/ Ce-gara: aitd PIJX, Ei-cnec
"..-iatc JuK'W' of the 5upe.iae (.art on the for eiihor of the :l. I mutnitl I r.e.s-nt. All Ilt'r''IIIlol"ill' claimsairaiiifct I 001Peac.tis for the ,-51e- of lights, uow have an opt Trading of which it in "|>id of e-"i.i|>!eiioii.To SarJmcs, Preserves uc s. Pickle*, Soda. Sdt.and

Miie.ta) .rr swat.Tr .__..__ II the fit in \\ill I present. ihcm f.r I.liquid ii'siatil :i rtuuity f r great graucAddress effect this object, ( .puichoe lr"le.s of iron.) prompt i 1 21.frith Ibi9.by 21Congress AMEi et LIVELY. on on. In fact every thing usually wanted in a dim '
W authorized to annunnce I tliofe indel>teti arc i.i>lifi d to make ] avnicut at ;I ne\ JAMKS PEELER sales are decirahland I invite the i'liinediateatleuion 1 __ ily and rl'lb..ps some that arc out.
r c are tlwir earliest C'OIl\"t"flit'l1f"e. a* it is desirous that the : Tiihl.ihiaeec, Floi i.h.My ,, ofall per ooa ikiihin" sueh property and p.ltl..U.lary All of nhkh we -will be glad fc> ell on the u'nal

i>. r. HOLLAND. F q.. ". & e 4iiUie for Asao- I! old bn"ine**be M'ttleJ up. Either of the parlies; are I I on, A. J. PCHLER will act as my agci.t at individuals and' ef purcLas- / Water.AFRESH term JItNAUOHT, ORMOXD C8. : e- -

t-i.-ite Justice at Oe eGtWir.g clevtioa in October authorized t" piv out, receive and receipt, in behalf! I this place! aol it huthorized to .I Individual' Coun large qunnlilir. SUPPLY, just received i : ] for sale Newport. April1t. 1f59. 15 ,
of the late firm. JO.-iU'lI U KI5ER.Atigu :. ty. State employ agent for the salof TElhs-One third cn li, and the balance in one AMES 4 LIVELY. -

next t I, IH.9. I,. UANMICIMCR.Notice 1 ni.Jur JAMES FEELER31ly anti two \t ith eigLt cent interest, payable I .,:" u > nr. .
-- t lie same. 3 years per II May 14, 1859. 20 JOHN B CALBRAITII. .T. W ?
Tliolliin."jOSrirct3AXTS: : ol I 1S59. ai.nually in
JunO -- -
C,2r A.\lIlr.
land -< .crj mate iiiimtdmte Galbraith & Brevard
---- - Settlers on <-ce are rr ju t. .vhftLead.
Middle n.i.la. i i" Les ch.3 |ve.t. ty lila (friefwl) I Received application tome by letter at Ttilialiu&see. ,

to the voter

of .Ax-oriat J;:tire tf tin*SrpremeGetari' on the(rrtMorday I JL chant T iloriiig lu! !iiesii m all its variuusbiaUchcs. By Las1: S-toctmer, Pen. d Geo. n R.Co. PURE Oil, j-.st received and for sale by : }'LOHIDA.Ji.1y23. .
at the i'IJ stand of I 31-6m AMES in 21. H5!. 21
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and trust, by due attention to the wants of his cu'- 2 hibl. Boef Hides Beeswax &c. ----- -- --
We nru authorized to announce I Ir..1 'lEMONS.. Guava and Current Jellies, Prune,. Spring & Summer
tomer, to uxrit for the. new business, a continaationof I 3 hits. L'nl, market will be in cash Peach-
enndl-late for highest price paid _J Pe-ars b'ardi-ie Pickled O}ster.Brandy
It".. ALEXANDER M ktX.Ln .
the li "IIII..trol'/lge stowed on the late finu. I 2 .- : a m rrnE merchandize fur Beeswax aud I othvr ( and
: li.I 'I. e Preserved Lemons )r npe" PineApples GOODSi859 !
Jaftif the Court of Fl A>newir SojTtroe e.utitry produce. by C. WILSON J fcON. Buyer. Green Gage rmal.ide. Lenwu Syrup. Ka>p-
: "0 = ---" --- N. B.-I shall leve f"t New York in a few elays 1 0 Cask Uacun. JulykO.1be-9. lit berry do.. Strawberry JI. Pine, Apple do. and Giurcr -- -

('UU'lTr OlILT. for my usual Fall \Vintersnppl.es.. oftl.earn1 I GII"ap"tor ..- R A. ShINE; Is.Aug. ;!1.., Rt.plrrv A megar. Fresh Salmon. I.ehater.IIadi'ck. "'\TEaru'maoweerivassortment .

::'F Wo are authorized to announce \.1 1 of which tin- public I.alll IK- duly iuf.'t wi-h. 6. IhOO.. 32 NEW GOODSllEW"GOODS! Ilallilut! mid had. Assorted 1'icUer. ing a larg*an.I full Q..

J. WAYLTS r.AKEJl a. a carwi !ate for the office I.\ August I:, 11159.1 :;(-. ---- ---- Scotch Ale and Porter. of SPniXO ,- -. lc-1: teLVOOcuthmen'efur -
-- -- -- -- --- -- Notice.JTRiNO
cf Jude of the :h1.ik Judkul Cticcit of Horida ----U- 30,000 Havana Segars. J SUMMER CLOTH-
. .4T tleclWn.f Medical College of Georgia.rpIIE my aUtncc from the Stat DANIEL 'I \\JT. are now nceivn,? our Strck of SPRING d AllEn .t LIVELY. tit the ensuing Ot ____, B. MCUNXlSSw cenf-ral Agent cell Mac 21. lP9. 21 C'
J my nllAtt.rn.v. \ T SUMMER GOODS which we will very ..
of lectures thii ----- ---- of
Twenty Eighth Course nishinggood* fi
I ami.OUCON F. MORRIS is Agentand every ir f
my low and to paying Customers,
; J" We are authorized to announce _1_ J."tltuti"lI.111 commence on MONDAY. the Attorney f.r the management of my plantation' fo aibii prompt Cod Liver Oil. de-sci,iption.youths coth-! '. .-e-

J. !MAXXCnj rOOTMAX as a tanJidate for the I 7th NOVEMBER next, with an lutioductory Lee ILl Jeffers- County. E C. C.\CFLL eon,i tiHff in part af
tune by Prof. JOSEPH JONES.Anatomy. 6. 1859. 32-4w Dress Goods FRESH Clark t Co. A Riishton's.For .
officef Clik of th*trail Couit fr Leon countyat 11 CAMPBELL... M. D. August. ----- ---- : sale: AXES it LIVELY. ALSOA -
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the cnMiiii<; election iu Vtobvr nest.iCr" I Surgery, L A. DlTOAS. M I). Double Skirt Silk, Grc-uedima Robe I.nizt', .
Notice May 21. l$3. 21Jl'ST full of Hlitek and S loved Cloths,
-- ---- Double Skirts, supply
Institutes ami Prnctice. L. D, rORD. M. D. I Robe a .
We cn atithurizcil to announce l'hi3ei. 'logy and IVtlmlogiiul! AMtollly.IL V. M. Lot BOlIdere Silk\ Lu Dayadl'. It RECEIVED supply Mrs ALLtTS Bhick and Faney Sptlui Casimuere-s,

I MILLER.M.P.Malet : fltiuble Jupe Organdies, Dnmihle Skirts Jue-concta, Restorer and Zilobalsamum Silk and Marseilles Vmttiiig.
S..VfEL VT. \\IL>OX a, a < lid4te for Clerk of Mf-W Black Drab Dels. A tra.Arat..it'J Cleat
I i.t Mediesi. Thrrapen! and Medical Juris- and August, the' Evening 5' Sf irL" Robe a LKize For sale by AMES I A Lit ELY.:
I...n Jrcoil C uil at t e citing clttUon in Octa- i Tj.t4ice, I. 1' (LIt\.I X. M D. i ON .n tl.e Peiiracola d fJeorgia Railroad Organdie RoLe II Lairs. 1.:1 ItaymsilereItobe )Iay'?I. 1869. 21 White, Brown and Fancy, Drillings,.
Duc-k and Plain Linen.
her next. Ch mitrv. JOkCPII JOXJ, M. D.OUtetrici. will Kate St Masks at 2 I'. I.Tallahassee at 3"X. MlIglccilllic__ D"uLle. Skirt n..rtgu. -- ---- ------f- --- --- Brown Grey and Black b'i'.kmixed! Spring Ciing *-
I J. A. EVE: :1. D.Aljuiict P. M.and arrive at Station No. S at 5 P. M. 5' J 1. .1 I 1. L..uiuy EngllshLinseed Oil, for suits. .
a Lu
t- We arc authorizes l to announce to the IWetM of O.i51ieL's. nnurorOAUl J.V.. n. ,.rrP. ".'f Itette.gottas1 Bayadtre
the lintel PURE ARTICLE boded and raw. For sale AH of hiob we lire prepared: t" manufacture
muted for at
.t r.L.U, M. D. ate keeping A
J \MD \V irrrv uj--- 01.4-- Pr"peat' the Cask and l.iviiaLle .
ROBT. M Mantillas by or gallon. promptly in the best must : roanuer.I'lcate a
Demonstrator CAMPBELL D. St
Clerk of lie Circuit Ci urt for Leon county at the AMES t LIVELY. '
------- give us a
Assistant Demonstrator.S. B. Sl1OyS.].D.Proseetor Auju-t! 6. IS59. 2-3\ CALIPRATOR1US
ensuSnu lection In OctobeJ5 neat.Wcarenutborized. ---- EMBROIDERIES! LACES RIBBONS &.C. May 21, 1S9. 21 & CLARK.
U> the PreiJ sor cf Surgery ILV.. D. -- --- : --- .
---'-' -- --- --and-- FORD. M. D.Curlic'rot Pure Milk. Embroid'-rcd Collars, 1' Riblx. Trimmed Collars, mp undGentian M.m23. 183?. 2JFLORIDA
? request Museum T. 1'. CLEAVLAND M. IX with Embroidered Skills, I'j Ladies and Misses Seta, -- -
cl to announce COUXCIL A. m.Y.r Cleik Fees f.-r entire CtK-rce. .. .. . .. ...?I 0; P Mik.! can have e,inug the to same delivered to hem pure I Ladies and Misses Emlj.1 Iandkirc!>icfd, ."i.rB.1" J2 .. ca 1-- 1 -

in r next.C5 Practical AtU1'.l1y. . .... .. ... ..4.. . 10 punctually Au;. G. J;any). :2-3w ADOLF I Swiss and Jaconet: Flouncing: : ,. JL bilious and)all disorder*. arim from a deranged RAIL ROAD OFFICE,f"FCRTAXPISA '
-. - -- -- ---- Clinical Letture. i>u extra charge. iUgings & JCl'rUI1f'I. condition (If the digestive organs. Djfpepsia, Delil- 18th June 1859.
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.- TTio Iricnds of DONALI) For further particulars apply to Notice. Real Linen
L P. GARV1V, Dean Tassels A Girdles for Trimming Basques, :'. For site by AMES A LIVELY. "XTOTICE is hereby given that on and after the
CAMKKOX i>rescnt lii* none to the voters of Icon Auguttji t AulhlP9. 33 A PPUCATION will be male to the Genera Fancy Dress Tiiinii.ings, Bonnet Ribbtnia, May 21. 1S39. 21 JJN itt September next, the rates of Freight on

as a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court at the J \_ Assembly of the State of Florida at its u.xtsixsion Ruba'n Dallia" |Fancy
election in Oee>Wr.TAXCOI.I.IXTOK.. Insolvent Estate Notice. in November for a Charter f>r a Bank l>> Ve Feather Edge Trimming RibllOn", DR. J. GBANT A. II. COLE, S"pai1ltnwtftl. '

I located in Mi.I.le Florida Fancy and BUck Velvet Ribbons, Jane 25, 1859. 2610wLADIES
July SO.: 31-3m ---- --- .
Leon Ce>uity. f7B I 18:9. Chantilly Veils, I Fancy Plain Ruches Surgeon Dentist, DRESS - -
I'O":: We tlC requested to announce J fFFCOA T. aelminigtntnrof the estate of Notice.PFRSOXS French l'Iu'c'arasuls 1 ___|_ & Faun, "I T A VINO h-eated in .- .- .

JAMES F. lL'L1Y. of O-ntrcville.n candidate a : A :lmler.lteof Leon coumity,d rtid Coll!.tti of IXH at fi.cd: in ( of said county a writteninirestiisi .wishing all tJ,; ,
for Tax AW.t >r >O county ofce Scott Poole, during lie luppy to halt on : : _
Iloilijkiss GOODS
d xI Y :
that he the E. A.
the flection In October next.ir c5tle.f "li,1 I.bser". will find them with M. F. Papy at loon' who are desirous io ] 859
my Ounm.bur.
.. Th .
:1uIc to iiisolieiit. notice is hereby Fancy illiante .fU"8en-ic. All work i
b !
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all claims ; I I the Hoie dOe-n. Scott. POOLE Muslins Brottu Sliirtings,
to ing Cftatet
given asja-nst him he
l; w care authorized to announce prflsI13' Jlly :30, 1859. 31-3\y a : .ach" by wan .1 i -AT- :
with the Judjie of Probate Prints. (
appear fl" m. to give general 'At !antse: .
Jl Jlt\ \Y. \rXDEI:. an a candidate for Tax- eif raid county on or before the 6th e>f Februarynext --Notice.SIX 44 English Priuts.; eL Brown Drills: tie>n. Dr Grant ,1fZ j 3D. O.Spring. 'V'VILSOIST"S.

A>-.>e-n>r a nj Collt-etor of Leon county at the thee- when th..rr 'i be a pro rata diMlribiitioit! of \ U 4-4 French I jMinUters J'111 d. to call the attention of ; % ----------
lion in Oi-tobtr next.jgr" raid ctitatc. among the .r"llilnr'nf said estate. t'nt'f' after the first publication of this 00 I White A Col'd Marseilles A pro n(Checks those suffer i ing with Goods.

I). W. O\\'YXN.Judgefrlobate. ce.lbe Inl..r"ignt.i present hi. final accounts I I Ii i luc Cloth 'l Malboro Plaids
: We arc authorized to announce A.u;. l. 185 (. S-.n( to the 101. Judge Iro1att' of Leosi county Snxcralla Snisi Mus'in, ,Fancy Cottonikdts, which will give immediate relief. No ptt80n1II't.r rI'hIlE nnelersigned is now receiving from New. -
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and apply -charg" a ( ou the What d Dotted SWIM Mu>. Blue De-nuns, it will l I.e without it. In all' such
JOBS II. H1IODES osacanelidate fir Tax AF ea' Nurse Wanted & Bleach once using __L York via Savannah,a large stock of
Estate of David Felkel,deceased.late of aid coun'y.J. India Twill Long Cloth Brown Ciafh ewes ns Chrome and Neuralgic nervous TOOlh- l'he,it

se>r and Collector (.r Leon county .t the cu,uiug I WANTED IMMEDIATELY no eXpti..n.f J. \tNE-. Adtn'r. Tape Cheeks, Pillow Case Cotton and cannot be excelled. He hiss al! Dr. Allen's-celebra- LADIES DRESS GOODS, -

elect . is.io. 8 -6m Ladies and Misses Openwork Linen, ted Tooth Renovator and Cleanser being: the stile

4 __ ____ __u__ aee-d woman ia prefe-rre-d. Apply at Mr. JaniceKirlisey's Hose Linen Shirting, user of it in this Sta.. Ferris \\'i"Jiinz.their teeth XXBBACIXO

: KDITOHS-Please nn- Sti.' Notice.E4 Crinoline Muslin, Allemlale Brown t Bleach beaut fully cleansed will not fail to Rive tbe Dr. a Leonora Robes Chintz Organdies,

August I 13, 1S59. 33 Thompson'* New Style of 1-4 Shirting call. At present he can be found at the residence of Organdy 3 Skirts, Pl'td Jae uets,
flounce c. L 1)EMILLY us a caiieJidate for reelection --- Fancy &otriped Drillings, 2 Jope, Crape lorell.I ,
-. Mrs. K 1-. Grant or a line or two dropped at the I
to the office of Tax: Awewor nnJ Collector of Sache & Potter, I "' '' Ladies Corsets with hip White Navy Duck, Post Office \II'illlI1ert with prompt attention. I I. "a Lei Solid C. Bareges.Barege .

Leon Cjmuty at the election in OetoVer next rpHK TAILAIASSEE RAIL ROAD COMPAI supporters attached Farmers Drill., A' B. Teeth Extracted vithmit fain. Robes Pine Apple MoasliM,

MAXY VOTEItS.JcHiE .AMBROTVl'ISTS & rilOTOCRAPIIERS. I NY ale now l large and commodious Canada Caiwimeres, Planters Linen June 18, 1859 25DISSOLUTION Grenadine Robes French Lawns
.. FROM GALVETON. TEXAS I W.re-llou c8 at St. Mi rks, in addition to those at I Persian Casan! 'eres, Brown t Bleached Linen --.------.- ----- Printed Lawns and Brilliants it,., &e.
---- -- - there sufficient to protect from the weather "'-. Drub DeU, Duck, OF Plain, Bordered and Moir Antique Parasols -
Olf I'KOBtTIC. -. O ESPECTFULLY present Chinese Grass Cloth. Mantillas French Lace Points, Velvet Trimmed -
Fanners Satin.
-- nil cotton other articles of merchandize going ,
r: ""C are authorized and request I ..- ( ...;- J ., announce to the : Road.or oVtrth. COPARTNERSHIP.rpHE Mantles, Clinntilla Lore Mantles and gbiiwh,

ed to UBIXTIIJC JOHN S. MORIXC: us a catid'ulate I, *, r. W.It, eitireim ticiitity.of this that place they and me I The curs will b rnnnm* toMonticelloby (the Mid pi 1 Boots & Shoes : fl COPARTNERSHIP I Lerf'tofureuiwtingLc- Bonnet and Belt Ribbons, Dress D.Trimmings C. WILSON.,Ac. Lc. J

for JoJge of Prolate ol Leon ctuiatyt the en C \ Jn'purd to Thont.itx anIIHljclnt country will be c.>ii *, Am1( the and style of
< AT tles4iost. ::
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the distance fioin 'I homasville to Fritub'I To Cash Purchasers.
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% Jlt'l .t.rt..nvII.
-- rm'me'raj.Jte,
ii. -Z" 1 d' about 18 20 miles H. B. FITTS & CO., ,
being or over a good Colored Highland
iIf \ and in the best I"lticc.o
We are authorized to announce i-e d I purchasers would find it to their advan-
V most C IXV.. dWYXX as a eau!i.Lit .r recSect'.on to .' ,1 'ti- ::, Pictures approved taken style.a em IV- road.The rates ..f Freight nn.1 1 Storage will j-emain.tbe Oipi ey Bufkins, David "C. Wi'son! i i. appointed sole agent to close ( to ixnmine., btfore pureh-mng clsewberr,
selected stock of amid Staple
and) well
the ofik-e of JuJ eof Probate cf Leon cimnty at the j tout L'atb'r 'ln\"I.i'nt fir SPnJms in letter Amlitotpe I same as l.iftyearon nil intieles. Heel Slippers, up the business of said \>partnenhin. the Gvuds liirg'i at D. C.FADer WIESON'S.
Mr. JL. been appointed II. B. FlUB
election in Oetulicr next .uid nnd cnlarg, i iI R\DI.rnluning grimed VdvetSimppers,
.. .. I : 1'11IIr.t\I| C'Iit.1 I fupeilltcndrnt[ of Ix'th the Tallal scare and. the White Kid. Sh 'per, D. C. WILsON
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J We arc authorized to announce Entire .- 11ur.d pvc,, or 1.1J.b DO ( fJId '. An PensAcola tI L Georgia Rail Roads:any cmnmunicat ions n,ooze Congn-ss lluvls.Oehl. July 1,1(39. 30
I on btsnifts ,.f the Road should be ehrreted to him (. CaliI'. p.lI..tl. SPRING AND SUMMERCLOTHING
Cot A. T. AMAKER A*a candidate f..r Judge of early Mill at I!City Jcfiic.1 lifeI.JIngoI their. stay will be ehoitHo..inn I at Ta'lahavte.! }'. IL FLAGG. Sec'y. Pate-nt fox London Boots, Notice.rrIlE

Probate of Leon county at the cunning October I f:-2'- fceiitinel MlliO Mescner Family Frrl'l ** C it t M *.* .
election. I 6. istt.: :2 __ ____ Quniry Republic, 1'homasville Uuterprise au New style Cloth Gaitw., undns'gned is appointed sole scent to close

8 1'lnnters Shoes of all kind", the business of the; late firm of II. B. FlUB
- Medical College of the I porter copy "tek. ., TIlE LATEST STYLES FOIL 1859 .
PiIIilIFP. July 23, IS: 30wBlackmith Misses Fancy G jters.I .= 4 t CO, all persons indebted to said firm are requca'ed

Oir; We arc authorized to announce State of South Carolina. Black Gaiters, to come forward aod pay the same, and all persons -AT-
Notice. lice Slippers, having claims against said firm are requested to present
Mr. DAXIEL JohNsON as a Candidate fir Sheriff rpIIC ANNUAL COURSE OF LECTURES IX :: Lace Boots them for settlement D. C. WILSON. D. C. VII L SO N'S.- "

of Levn County at the election in Oetolter next. j_ this in,'itution ,'i t'mmenc on the second I Children's Fancy Ankle Tics, July I. JS\9. 30 [Sentinel (py. _
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Noveml he
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MoitJ-it on following broche Diamond -----
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Cf We arc authorized) to announce Anatnmy-J.. K IIOLBROOK, M. D Colored Unto. JOHN II. PERKEtS.WM. K. READ. "

Physio':.>gy MOULTRIE, M. D. Goat Lace Boots
IMCHARD SAl'XDERS atl a candidate for re-clec- Surgery--AlE. M. D. M Bronze Gaiter. GEO. W. & JEHTAL R1AD.o Latest Styles for 1859

ion to the office' of Sheriff of Icon county at the Institute and Practice.-E GEDDIXOS. M. D. Boys Co..t*. Boys Pump-sole Gaiters, -AT- -
I : Warren & 120 Chambers Sts.,
election in October neit.ji Materia Medica-HENRY R, FRO.T. M. D. Calf Oxford Ties :

-- -- Obrtetrics-THOS. O. PRIOLEAU. :D. Kip Brogan, Boy Goat Brogans. S NEW YORK. J). C. WILSON'S.
:sTiri: oi' liNE i-iivci Chemistry-C. U. SUEPPARD, M. I).
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Demonstrator and Assistant Professor of Anatomy .
E2T"e requested to announce
a u
EDWAltD >L VEST, E q.. as a candidate for the Assistant- MILE. Anatomy. -SAMUEL JL branches will be earned ou a b reLrore at the Eats & Caps : HA. INaPS, GREAT L\YL\TIO\ OFT E tGIrGear't !

office of Justice of the Peace for Leon county at the LOGAN. M.D. oL STAND by the undersigned, wl.t return Gents Fashionable Case Hats, ... .

ensuing election in October next. CLINICAL LECTURES a-e delivered I"ic a tballt fur and solicits a continuation of the public 5- S11k" BONNETS FLOWERS &C.f ."
Marine and tbe patronage heretofore so Casa Machine for Cutting,PlanthgoI'dicg. .
week tbe Hospitals Mt. Vernon
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COC>XV M'HVKYOK. : Physicians and Surgeon of tle in.titutton awl in the S Pearl Cass Windsor Hats Have now ready a Choice and Desirable Stock lUbe &c., Irregular Forms in Wood. '

r The undersigned announces FacultyVard iu the Roper Hospital by the Prordlr July 1. 18: 30 [Sentinel copy. French Cass a above goods to which they solicit Ibc inspection of -0---- i C

biinself as a candidate fiT County Surveyor at the I of Surgery.The Notice. Tanaroa ." all First Class Purchasers-by the Caster otherwise. rTMIK nneleriigned baa become t" owner of'th e /
Anatomical Roms"i be opened early in a a L'fborn & Straw CATALOGUES containing description Goods, JL right to OM and sell tbi valuable njack'mi
easulng October election. I. M. I1LAKE.Sprrifll : October under the diretio the Demonstrator, ON and alter this date Mr. W.W. Ansell will beassociated Boys FrVrx-h Brown Hats. with prices attached tent by mail on application.New Florida and he now offer fodividnal tad Ctrnnty

and Lectures dt'liltet with roe in the apency f>r the. 1 a Pearl C's.imere Hlta York, July 28.(9. S0-4t Rights to any who may desire, to purefcasa.'. OM of .

HENRY B FROST. M. D. Den M'COMB'S COTTON PRESS & IRON T Trimmed Marieabo Hat. tlie Machines OlD be seen in operatioo at airy time at
ll tiCts. I August 6, 1859. 3 -hri All letters enclosing o other bnlines, should Saxony French Aromatic Tonic B tter. the shop of I. W. Dowco at the Tallahassee it .

-- -- -- ----..- -. ---- \>e addreted to oren It would be well Panama Deligbtfurond Invigorating BITTERS Depot. The rnacLkm i* sirtrp. b U* coustrccflon:.-
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One of tbe flout Prevalent, and at tbe-.wine i, --Taylor's Cotton Gins. for all orders to be handed in immediately} t bare '" Leghorn Plain and Straw Hat THESE I toraiuable article t r those uQicted with adapted to-cot a greater .ran ty cf rrcgtlar dnct .

time( trbtiMmome sod painful diseases that teDI(lit Iiumaaesli. and Fifty Saw Gin always them ready for the present Fancy Dytpeps-a; Irvfigestioo or loss of Appetite,and iLoM aod *iirfa.e* than any other yet mrrateiL \'
.Is tht Fever and Afue. 4or a long lilDf' Ibe medical FORTFortyfive.Ie brnOPKiNS tp J. VT. POINTS. who are suffering from Debility incident to recovery paehy i is .qsalto tveuty ,aM {a .e)ip .
>rl elSe toe I':* ermanmt cure; but 11 without Dr. 1EGNNIS 3. a
11..1..'...au experienced and celebrated b*I ncrmiodin a Aoguft Gentl f11f'D'1 Yankee Notions will find in the Arotnati Tonic Bitter a valuable from three tn (oar feel *qtar it .,
tUrflishIuge% puMie with a r.br.idan : J559. __. For Sale. Hardvare Fancy Groceries, remedy, bracing aod rmoratiog tbe. fyttem qatrM bat little power 'to tv* Ui cure ni lever and Apie. Tb steady ad lnerr* inr EROWVS DOUBLE CYLINDER Cluthlog1 Iron & Nails when prostrated. sent and difficult work ia BOOM bn11aiit i :.'
demand lately tuade for the-Bitters" and die unl\er lturcew A NEAT AND EXCELLENT PI SaddWry, '-
atU-nding iu ate,have ni de far It a rpUtsLiun nnMpaiwd AANO nearly, new. Also a BUG-l Ctocksry A Uqoor"of all lands.CARRELL DireeUona,lor tv oeixrtBpany tb* Bottle. Farnftcre. Oamage.. TTagc awl Btmriye .
bv any n' cifle ol the kind t or the cure sit the 60S.\V GIN OT well finished,and has been in OM.f Prepared and o<>Ic': by ie., tie. can be turned oot by H witk. -
1 and Ague, Ur. JOt.J" -
-vet HOst.-'tr's orlobrated Stocnarh Bitterse1iiin EDWARD BARNARD. neatness and despetek ::-; ', .
n'""and should a soperlurttr over any otter preparation time. bargain can b Lad Apply tot

4 hr<1ntr sti sini itevk-n p-tieranv,evcrprber. Fcr by 83 JaIl 30, 1859. SI J4e-a-ehll83. 12 I April 30. Jut 18 JQt,15, 18 '. -hy
tT a,."uive-ruMroiva m auuthr column. Aug. 18, Wit. I'

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i V The Floridian & Journal I JiEcobr1I I I HOOPS AND TIES : (Ground in J'rrj'tii'td J.iJtenti (> -

I KUUBER LOmiHKCHAUTEEED Iet-ivt4 lt.II i5! ('. '
Is published every SATURDAY, fey STOMACH BITTERS "': T 1\(1 Jtlt 3. 'II
I COTTON BALES. \ V ntw :"d S b .t ttl t,1llltf') dim!! ,tt frimilmanufactory. .

TAMES s. JONES & CIIAS. E. DYKE, -,--- I fbr At ears of I .ptptia, fviigeitio >*aw 40 I ( BT THE t-T.VTE OF GEOIGI.Capital ) I.. ai.d t E>r it to 11.* f umie .\J> n.< .i t

I'ST RFCEIVJNG OUR SC( K 0' (; /Wee C unfit cent flatulency Lou V Arpttil, or nay BiUoas actio ------ -. : feel crrfidercp. as1 tufsii ;' ALL li, Ql'ALII t -
in advance. I lOS I lHr 1u1l.-2'per Gmplattat, aritiny from a moO *
At Two DOLLARS annum, J
lii-lu render
I COanlsTiM.i ( less titan Rope. of 6U Stomaek or Bmetlt'liur/Ju.to.CramptJbyttnUry 850tCC "
Colic Cholera : rItiIJlAMY: O CI.lI

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. :IDr3T ; 1Y one considering Ih. daitage of Iron ovr In view of the fact that every memWr of : TICKETSONly- 1OLLARS :FRFEFCM 1 f'mn,1! rmIcctS QrAJ litaNE'VLil -
: Onesqwtreo(1! Iine..orIe.firiUnsertion. 1 00 J Goods A a. a roateiial fir binding C..I.n H.I: I. the human family is more or less subjected to : 1NJULlhi: t liE JI .U.ll1 I.f II... a .
( H.p'
** wh sulweqoeiit 50 i :: : ie-0 l that it ha not 1 hit n 1.pl..t.l"n"ill'e. lw IJe. in- '. :
tf will L some of the above complaints, rrm.tr inrtLetJ s i f I' si lu 'I iltrd mrmtn i --
t t: HrofeMlonal an J Business Card inserted atf I 0 |>r | Hats Boots Shoes &C. In us security against fire there is an overwhelming numerable other conditions in life, which, WOOD, LDD Y 4. CO., J!{W1 rr., lWUAI,1U1' inll.m.T: fXIP-1t nl I \

annum. _! rerHti for us :iun. by the assistance of a little knowledge or i Successors to S. SWAN & CO. ,1-10S. mi .! ms (; I.b\: :\1'1 il''ltf'l: Y n. 'b I

Advert sements not marked with the number f I iinwrU'Jnll IJOXD CO. "l.e Piofs-es in the Scapoit Cili"1 lave l'orn nt\ exercise of common sense,they may be ableso ---- .-- in :1111.. \MM: )* IM e h' wl I ii I. tlhtntiAic .,. ':,ii I 1 1I II

will: be continued until forbid, and chargedaccordingly. Lloyd April 2, Ifc59. 14-tf \ : innin rauc ..1itli n"-t U.ing %tl'ral.1."It...1 I ; I h I to regulate their habits of diet, and with. I rP HE following Sch mae will be drawn by Woon I It-'II.l."ll'U!; i Firm IT

; -- now that o' i i.remimucil pencrally. 11,111. < rleans the assistance of a good tonic, secure permanent JEDDT of the Academy I ..MES .t INri Y
--- jC'I.tj" it Co., Managers, Sparta m
________' lf"Cert.ifiAtelof publication of l ljr l or estate order to this I '.
it In accomplish .
give preferrtite
Prefs ,
ll in each of thrir Number Lotteries 21
notices will not be given until the advertising fee i.raid. is For Sale over ro|*. 1:1J'd TI r.o.I run Hw p mIl Tie is I desired object, the true course to pursue is. Lotteiy.for .\II Ut. 1859. at Augusta Siugle flwirgia. in public Mnyl.lS'9.. I. .. -

the .1 l of th. i'I'n. and i is certainly,that which will produce natural MILES NASH & co.
: PtsMi", Sago TukV. Crack iniproinnitit one under the superintendence ..f Conmuisss'miers.ise .
ROCK SRI Clet"e. IrI the least hazard of vital i
slier state of things at
-- -- - Madierd ; >U CO. adoj-teil from the fiet that it M ( lonjxpenineiit :- in Medicines l4 ,
April 2. 1M9. 14tfEIO d too'nil,me the greatest merits in,sinpiicityand strength and life ; for this end Dr. Hosteller .Ct. H2 ]Jr"tt'll iierJiirltqu.st 6, 1SJ9."t'iw Dealers Drugs, ,

: Land for Sale. LI"Jd. //aeil ty of of anv one }et ma.ic. 1 has introduced to this country a preparation I 33 Dfav Satvrjn f, Ai'juit. 13, IW.i. VST rccriv. from tY..1. per 1':111.'' It. *:al 'I'

undersigned offers for sale 1730 acres of Java and Laguira Coffee, for sale by i ie s'> prepared a nrpleatiol require no chiiqrm.fmr 1'I"I.re5'| -called HOSTETTER'S: STOMACH r34 lr
.. I THE ty, Aryutt 27, hti:'. melt! ni' Oils of almost every kit!, turning; Flur

which lay within a short distance of Station 2,on the 14tfTA1LS nt tl!c sea title*. medicine, but one that has been tried for I \\ Lite Lead, Zinc and I oilier i pait.ts. \Vim W Class '
r bard I givin satisfaction te all who have OX THE PLAN OF SIX G'fE XUJIhERS. brut quahtj, Pbttr. Brutlw. potash. S.I la. Spaiil'iGelatin
Pensacola & Georgia Railroad and (50 acres are in The sciit of any length from tight i to ten years.
\ AND for sale lre I used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon I -.London Mustard.[ Fru.e'h 1'ran.ir! (\TJ 'is. -i, i
the neighborhood of Wnkeeoah, and within C or 7 ION ., feet and a full guarnLtee given that neither the Ti'S I .
4f IN the stomach bowels and liver, restoring 50,000; Tickets ( Spices. UmonSjil.p; ,
.rmcdi''in.ilpnrpoe PepjM-r.;
miles of Station 1. Both tracts have the necessary nor IIo >p<,1..1 break. Anil full her. that all cotton I
I. IS:'. 1 them to a healthy and vigorous action, and Peruvian ItarV. Huul Extract liurluitc ; .
Lloyd Aprils. t-f Ink Quinine
improvements, such as dwelling houses,negro cabins, bound ii thlm .1.aUbe. received on the same termsat 5,185 I'KIZKS I .
thus by the simple process strengthening tc-, nuJ a general aoitmnt )f IVpr.lur! I'ati i
t Giu Louses Ac ---- -- thc Crlcni.s; 1'.1 as rope bound (.lhn. Tie <
fur ate nature, ytable the system to triumph over KEACLY 0E PRIZE TO EVERY: NiNE TICKELTSM.HhVII'ICEX7' tut best I ji
? EDWARD A. WILLEY. OSXABUrGS. bhcttmgsiiiMlShiitiiiL's, weight p<'r Lisle it about the sam as R,pe, not one disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux so )( diC'nf'lI.; We kicp n..rte the"r1 an

July C. 1859. 273mCopartnership EO>I : 14-tf generally NASH do (41.i .
Lloyd Apnl 2.1859. To chow the opinion Slip Masters I lays of it, we of water ,
caused principally by Ihe change TO BE DRAW EACH HTt'lUO.\Y IS AUGUST!

f i; Notice. SHOT and Powder, Candy and Lemon S)rup! give bavcThe the .,following, among numerous con meodationsve and diet, will be speedily regulated by a 1 Prizeuf. 50,000() I Pu-izcaot. .*I 1500 i Ma-ch 2t). 1S5f 18

t t tt "Y\7 E have this day associated with u* in the mercantile i : ? "lui.1 n. Alcohol"Turpentine.Teas and Crumbed Sugar. undersigned masters of vessels baring had ... a brief disease use which of this is preparation.probably more Dyspepsia prevalentwhen 1" __ 200fK 1 0"" __ 500 BLACK-SK1TEING !
1"0 40ft
1" 10.000 :
; T business Sperm Adamintiue: Candles, cotton rompresled n ith Faseinau's nf'1 I.n Hoops taken in all its various forms, than rTMIE undersigned n*umeJ work _
10 1" 5.tCjO 1w/ ZN)
mind ,' recoiiimeml the bales
For DOD CO. Tics hereby .11". Tt' any oilier ; the cause of which may always J- and II.a .1! a 81..1' in '
R. A. MEAGHER. : by d well the or hoops, of the 1" 4H)0) H'O 150 in town opi .
III"'UI digestive
being cnil.r'II,111 be attributed to derangements Mr. Kiil.ii Car
c The business will, therefore, be conducted in future Lloyd April 2,1853. 14-tf. \!ieaking wlnu, thiowiid..niii the Ship's bold, organs, can be cured without fail by I" 3.000) ;, hoc 100 the same buildup the Exchange, where all kin
--- -- -- --- -- ri" .t under the name and style of PANAMA and STRAW HATS, or when stoned: using UOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT. Ajtj'T'tjriuintwn Prize*. I of Black fmi'\.i..g will lx iie with nratnw art.It .'

I HEIR RUST &. CO. JEGilORN y POND: J CO. L L Coudey, Cept. Ship Moses Davenport, TER3 as per directions on thi bottle. For 4 Prizes of J100 appro'g. to ?50/>0) prizei.rcl.f.OO t I ( -f patch. lie can rift with confidence thru*
A Madias I IJames disease recommend
Robinson I
Lloyd. April 2. 1859. 1-t this every physician 4 5it<>0" 20(00 1,200 \i Im lies-c patronized him Lt'lelff.f' fur tie charaelciof
I at the o'.J stand and trust that kind then not
1 They wfP continue Tonias Henry, Fitters of some why
FRANCIS l'A l'\:
the very liberal) patronage heretofore bestowed upon O ADDLES and Bridles: llanies s of n"lillt fr A. Hareascpket, / use an article known to be infallible 4 2)0" lO.OdU liiiO .. "t'l k.
Tulbt 4 :5" 5,0 c..I" 9iK January S, 1-:S. 2-tf
the 4d firm "ill be extended to the new. O sale by .. H James Flint Every country have their Bitters as a preventive __ _
11E1R A RUST. Lloyd, April 2. 1859. 14tf"WILLIAM John C. Wilner. Mnlh m.e, of disease, and strengthening of 4 200"> 4Ot}j" SOO -- .1

July 1, 1859. 27Copartnership H. KorpfnlloIJt" Ella A. Clamk, the system in general, and among them all 4 1\0" S.t'00' ) CfiO P. B. BiiOKAW'S.
------- ----- -- --------- : PTSLUSSER L Bark KwbalLThe there is not to be found a more healthy 4 100" 14iOO 400
Mtri of 20 are. ;. .. 100.000 LIVERY AND SHESLJBLES
than the G.-rmans, from whom tins 5,000 prizes
Notice.T : puce i of and Ties at N. O, is 6 cetja people
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA 1..1' emanated, based upon scientificexperiments -- FLORIDA.Proprietor .
made to preparation TALLAHASSEE,
per pun.1 MercLarJ attended advance Prizes amounting to.
t which has to 5,485 $320,000WIIOLK
associated with in the and all orders will
HAVE this day me met for rtcl r.onJ.taleDtun 'PilE would inform
g MAXUFArTUHER OF CoPI'KK.TlX: AND SHEET Ole destiny of this great preparation in the TicRFTsJilO HALVES $5 QCAETFKS *\. ;'t
it! cantile business-my by F. BELCHER.12J \ ; ; -. 1 his friend and the

IRON WARE, WHOLESALE .4,) RETAIL Commercial Place. Agtt medical scale of science. L? .f CIr.i::; i:nhmrig uft't.'J4 [.nftri..a'N'l I .__,nLlie.: that be his rebuilt his_ _
VV' R. "VV'ILSON. DEALER i.\ PLAIN, FANCY AND JAJA""EI New June 59. 2 t6mDENTISTR lit"* Or.all. 11 .-.. -nr-'r IVick Stal I.I le*. tit the .lrIetCfld.! anti lprepared 4\"U
AND -: :-
The buoioess in future will be conducted under the WARE. : to 'e..mmo.l.h' )..sfri, u Ci-rtifi.ates of Paekmgiil; be sold at tl.er.itcs follow
iiojue. style and firm of Stove IIrmI-Qnirtrrs. Tins trying and revoking disesw waith fixes IU also L.* attached, to i I.N: Stub! !. a pol l Mail
which tIme rink
relentless grasp on the Lool1 of man.leducing him to u : I sn:ith. ?hop.where b<* wiHl.ave! have 3.ne nil Ln"f" if

D. C. WILSON & SON. 1-\V SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor ,L a mere sliad<*w in s short space of tune,and rendering Certificates ot Puckage of 10 Whole Titk<.t .?30li I'lantaticn work. Horse s'.mitcingaiti! 'ani. !!' "'.-r1 nt

The business it ill continued at the old stand and antI Wood Stoves, tiirame.l with ucatmuese him I'hTslca1i1.nd mentally useless, can be defeated a ii > Half .40 the very l lest manner and \viih pioniptie aim-I dma.

I hope the very liberal patronacc heretoforeupon bestowed and durability at reduced pi ices. ." and driven from the body by time ire of HOSTETTER'S 10 Quarter 2i> I, pate ii.NimseiTberfi..

me will be extruded to the new firm. Out DoorVoik.. -'-. ; REXOWXED BITTERS. Further any of the above u 10 Eulth 10 I IS3. 41i

I). C. WILSON. Rtiofing.Ornamental Front Heails Guttering. Copper stated diseases can not be contracted when exposed tony -uSPARvIA -__-- I '

; July I, 18:'. 28-tf and Tin Co.Ju'tiuPllt. 1.c La. Sheet ordinary condtlons; producing them If the Bitters ACI\EMY\ ) LOTTERY, i Carriages, Buggies s, and Harness,

--- -.. .- Zill'. Lead ut Cistern Shop work an used as per directions. And as it neither creates
lip. : Pumps. I For Sale I !by P. B. UrCknf.I : .
of every i dftie at short notice.City J) H. T. J. CUR LEE 9 nausea nor offends the palate and rendering unnecessary C1ass !c1t.
4 Broome & Thompson, "lA'OULD return bis jn-ateTul ackv letgenieiit-! any change of diet or Interruption to usual pursuits Draws lIe'lne8'lifi1i'Itt.t 31st 1839. I i Q; "r1aIIE SU1ICCjieii' just r"l"t'ive I Im'

'erziaxic11xia F1n.0 and Couuliy lJcl'hanlsArc f I to the citizens of Southern Grorgin, mu! Nil l ,but promotes sound sleep and healthy digestion '. ": 1 very large srpply of Carria-. st.titiZiic5.

1. C respectfully invited to give me a call bcfoic purchasing die nnI
elsewhere.f.g from them doting the pai-t fite ursi\ jears.He with the production of a thorough and ptncaD I fmrsilmTm the most reasonable ttrrn-,.

4 i P]I1E undrrfcigned have f.rnifl a CA"i"itnerhip N. 15. Al articel tnimif..ct: nod from the very will ((.tltiililt' the of t.f' alove prutm-4- al cure. Xumbcrs 1C Drawn I.ilu! :; )\'tI.Lcr IS. 1 S:.I. -Id
J naiuw w uitoouii rral'lice ,
I nmlcr tar uiMtrtldl .. .aut\ \uraIJ.. lu ullier ilt Sloci III those M-ec.i' !"r .* toads such For Persons in advanced years --. I --
k.4i.tranactiouufa lewill be ofTcrvd for sale. I CONSUMPTION AN oLO INDIAN D.ICTOK.
arran itients with iniinu :M.tun'r" of Diotal MatcriaN. consUution and Prize nr
from enfeebled /o tiro
Who suTtnrg aa Xcarly one
GENERAL COMMISSION BVSI\nSS October 20, 1855. 42 as to enable him to put SILL setts of ercry UACAS BKANT, witha
1"111. up luOrm body these Bitten arc inraluaU as a -
Femandma. will '-- let. il of the | pu1ir n.mhs, at from fjly to CURED. SiVsionary; nosing the Indians rf
1 iu the city of They give piompt any of strength and \\ior; and need only to be triedto 1 GRXO rUIZE OF 40000.
sale of RICHARDSON'SDAMASKS VHC ItiiHilffJ dollars less than u uotially charged'for tie Rocky f'.nntlill", di'cuverej
)' attention to the or shipment cottop and other be atircetsied..01 to a mother while nursing, '
l I produce and will make liberal advances on consign I the came in the South; (he meanl1I.i he :>..)andguniantccti theM Bitters are ind.pensal, e eci&Ily where the 1 Piizeff *19.802 | 8l'pzes cf _f 2,0i ) n RAKE ]TLAXT fiat proves tu
j ) for their : LINENS them to be .\ : amid 9 Prizes of . 4i oy | 2C7 Piizosof . 325tc COUML'TIO I( a certain t'urf' Sir Cun-ampli..n,
sale t friends
\ incuts for iere.Or shipment <> in I P"lRABLE' mother's nourishment U inadequate J to the demands
; : can be put North or South. ,tffw :"., te, flrt'meiitiAmlirna: Liter C> n.CUnEI .-
t.. ;i Savannah Charleston, N. York or Liverpool. DAMASKS, DIAPERS; Ac. I M.II"U'UILE.TI."t i in need! of his semce.up can, by dropping a of the child consequently her strength must yield, S239d PRIZES AMOUNTING SSTS-.i:1. ]pT..int.Xvnt'IIYoc.tio.I( ,(,,'ll.,

They will negotiate in the principal markets of the CXONS1'MERS df RitiiAKi-,'>'> Hurt,*. and those, note to him al either Mont'cello or Maiheou, Fla, and here itt\ where a good tOnic inch as Hosteller'sStomach -- ,._-- -, -- Cvld &'. H.I.II.; now ma'l Imis

United States, the sale of Bonds iieurd by the State of' obtaining the :tf."u inc i;<.,li, should hair the work dine, aud time to test it bcfwa pay. Bitters I needed! to impart temporary strength WHOLE THKTTS >I III; H\L\LS >-a ; QiCTIIM *i5ola I f.'itcn"! and retired: ; frt>r.i bniue ,

I t -by the several Railroad Cuml"nies-Lj the counties see that the mld.s they puitijhv me scaled will mgf..rit sail \\jur\ .to the o.\4eui. Ladies should by all means r. I CONSUMPTION If' nil! II id the I'U t."taon .nt

t or incorporated towns mid other e t rd securities the full name of thu firm, c- Tie Ix.-t if iltaired.1)eemimer5 try tImid: rt medy fJ all cases or diM.ihty! and befurc sa ordering Tickets or Certificate, enclose! tltemullf'Y CL'RED.direetm"mam! for pin>.iriiig the u.n'ilneffrr >-
rfH'I'el rirC doing. aak your ;.lykan. .lo. If lie I b auui'ntcdwith to our "I11.he fr the Ticket cirderi.it on receipt I .
and will receive and execute orJ.rs.r in"t."t.meDt. ) frimit t< nil ho d\-! .
1 X. MiNS A (: I'TV, I:8. their of which will\\ be r\rarJed fit mail
J1lU.\I1 ( \ the virtues of the ntcr"!; will recommend they by
r will attend the tire and ill tend ui5
in the same. They to pmclustor ---- -- --- it. n to a?'it. -
I or sale ofREAL as a guarantee of the soundness and durability-, of thooda. R. A. Shine Jr. nie In all cases ut we.kn .. Ptirchif cap have tickets t'n1111; in any figure they i CONSUMPTION tneiosimgtaomtsrJps: (ri c.imttim)

(: TIOX.-lftt'aul the) public against may iVmsjinte.The twrptnni I letter iiitli a .1.' ..
; ESTATE I IN TIllS CITY Thin cauutioii ia rrnW '''mum; rnd wi(iMntitly kr p rn l.nn-l. using any of the many itatiuiiii or coun : Lint of Dnirn Xumlirrs and Prizes will Ix CUUCD. wptiopof lay heir symptom Tie

.' large of infeiiorai.il ,- live fur : ., a large- stock of ; h-rIm-its, but n'k for L'osTirrtK CcLtDBATEDb'ioVA sent '0 purthascrs immediately after tl:e dmaaimg.i
1 or in any town or county in the J/" ./', Kt tern fir qijantitus Li'II"' an 11.1"1 dlul : OROCr OU Doctor hums rum cii more than
r1 fwtttlirrn -t,' rtt Kie: I Men Pork, I Mess words "Pr. J. Ho,tetUr's Stomach and 'Ji-ir P.'t OHlte.) ('oun'y an t for sale, will do well to furnish them plats, I name of 1'i."r.H. by Irish HIKIMS!, wht>, regardless n I I Beet Ins time p1.llIJ. give alit' 1."III'I allllfl1irt..1 pt"Ie! a ,'1 1Ct'r.ID
i < ?l vith accurate consumer uii.1 (lie the genu'ite GrnMln (l'IIII.J Sugar CUf. ) .ttmilf..tI; f'U the metallic cnp co\fring the payable in full without dc Iucti.n.J I .
II'rl.f ,
l. ruvtinents, prii.-c tfrins. .te. with the ualn/of some 1ef"e a< lIe hitler Trje.; ? it-m! .11|
| will not readily iilann! a I' ( n >ltable! S 'nr.: I I:I' | S'mgarofall | ci.:Ic, anti l obs>*-c that our auu-gruph signature All prizes of ?li>00 nnd under, pnnl. i M-
tft4 IJCUOU110 will .1 ln>w the property on application. '''': pn Jin.L. CI.e. tIc: poi"! 1.! e'" Uf.re b. !li" .-
1 1t Aii-l all other is the lalx-1. after the tlran. otLtr te'J.J:
while amtieleucually Ile ( on Jlah.ly irg- prize nt
pureha"rs imposed on with Goods of 1 alilin .
I i: We willllllcn.1 to the settlement f damn against cal b CONSUMPTION: Acl.hes all letters tim.D.tNJEL
character. and on pLntitlioiis.A anti sold HCSTETTER & time of thirty dajs. -
wtthlt. UPrepared iy ADEF
'' the Fek..al: or State Oovermncnts for scrvicta or .
,y 4 :, euletitute durins the recent Indian War. J. BULLOCKE A J. B. LOCKE A/f.lll. lot of Irish PoLitcM-s and Onions fur planting.AlH : .- SMITH, ritttbirgb, Pi., and sold 17 all :orICK TO ('OP.IESCONIF."TS I' CURED. hex sr.si 1 }'. O, New Y.nk, .

i In addition to their C >nnni l.iftn Department the 86 Chi.ieh bt., le" be old onband low. a aLai.titv of )ry CotJ, which will Druggists; grocers and dealers generally Those who pref not Sfn.ting money by mail, can Who i is I.ii' w.M agentJanuary

uodt'gnedJue: purchased: the entire Sept IS, lS. S8-ly u eVic AJ'tiiu ( : 1. 1S29. 1ljrifoticei
I 2?, 1 R..O. 4 thronsbont the cited States, Caaada, South > Lffire 'mnj-iim/ whereby nn-nej
4 ... January fir lioktts in ol .*!(>, ami f'IIII!lie sent "" --
STOCK Of Geiuut of L! El.I.IrJ A TJjO 1 mON ...". -.5 sunn rpward :
) and Sale Stable. Insolvent Estate Noti i -r- unil our risk auJ expense: Irom any city: rr loirn I
t<> which they will make lar-.e adJiti.Hn at an early Liver : SCOVIL & MEAD where they have an c.ll.e. The and order
1 : 1ay. They will keep imUutly ou.band an exleu I': ,'relied i givvs no Slat.- of Floiitla.Ci > JltE\V UULJ-\NS9 LA., must be enclosed in a "Government l'u4 Office SIX rnontln!, after Ja'e. tie muniersignol l l l will pr.. -
I well assoited Stock of 1'I of Leon fII I \\in fiiml aeo 'Util! and ,'ollel.pis ti,time Jiulirc
bite and -. : (.. that he has pureha >iiiity Atl>olc"ale Agent. ftampcd envelope," or the Express Company cnnimt
LEY 'I'. BLOCKER ndminUtralor d, I' of Probate of Leon c.'cnt.113 a.lnilliMlrat..r! tl') .
on -
Dry Coods. lI:1tc. Boots & Shoes, Clothing, !ed the Livery Stable of IJ'11. Soil It) i:. IIAItNAIII, Jr., n. '.\S11 & receive them.
p 1 of thm estate of Llnur. late olIAOU estate i>f S'tpyhen M::nton, IeeetoiI. late cf sail
William J in with the non Joseph I\ ii.'lallahaK .cc
together & 1
Saddler ahd Harness llroccTK-s; Liquori 1 W'ld. Talalat.If. ( <> HIM! A.MLN > All eommnnication strictly confidential.
) ( filed in the, Probate I and ask to loe diseimirgt-d tlierrfrnm.JOS. .
.J go..l 'i( he c8tblj l.melt, that lie is 1.0' county, tt'e\'ad ba\iug 1lorliU.April'J Address Orders fir Tickets or Certificates to county
excepted,) 1'rovision, I'laiita- prepared I to curry on tht l"u in* In all its branehe, lice .,f sail C' i.tmggstimn that be believts 1859. 15-ly .JOHN W WILLIAMS A.Wr
t Utensils Doors Windows the of the said timer to be insolvent WOOD, EDDY & CO. Augusta,Georgia. March 12, 1859. 11-Cm
: tiou and | riiiiiiises the [H-blic uith good accommodationv
,\ !r \ and other Building Materials iu his line on reasonable terms thtrefnie notice is hereby given to all j I-r- Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. or, WOOD, EDDY A CO, Atlanta Georgia.or .

Furijiture, Iron K1CIIARD SAUXDERS.Sep. eons bavipg>clkiiii'!a'gamst said estate to appear aid I Ifile WOOD, EDDY & CO. Wilmington, DtLC5g Insolvent Estate Notice.
I ,
; : C.I 856 SC the tame mtb the Judge of Prolate of said RAILROADS.Change I ) A list of the number that are drawn from State of Florida )
.1' Hardware and Cutlery, Castings' and a great before the 20th .
: county on.or day of Septcnilwr next,
the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that, each dmnty of Leon fT
t of oilier article ti! .tribution of the fund "
variety -1 iETNAINSURANCE "I.t'l "il L. pro .:' ore is entitled to, will be published) after every drawing TITLETON M. WHITE, ndmiulstrafor! of. tie
''t i'' All of which, they will sell at Wlx.l.-s.ile or Uelail of sail: c ttc nnmnget lime cre.htors of sail l estate.D. _. ;_ .L. .t 4 _."..1 in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo) Con- J__j estate of Join V T. T"ugenll.! late cf Leon coun
II Produce. commercial'- W. GWYNN. Judge of Prolate. .
1 for.CASH Country or good CONPANY stitutionalii
New Orleans Delta, Mobile Heiister i ty. deceased linTii.jj filed in time I'r..bnte.dut'i' <>(
I, (xptances. nt prices hat will compare farvoraby! OF HAII'ITOIW.Intorporatcd -Mar--<-h--19,-1859.- --- _. 12-60 -0- Charleston Standard, Xashvillc Gazette. Atlania Intelligencer 1:liJ county a written suffse-tion tint Le believes time
;:1: 1 with those ..f any city in the South. We invite mcrihaols time
I of Schedule. New Yt'mkVeekly Day Dusk Savannah: estate of said Jol.nV To\vrend to be iusnlrtiit,
': i'l' and all other purtrhasers to eianiineour Ft-K.1. .GENCY. Morning Yew, Riohruond Dispatch Sew York Dispatch therefore notice is hereby given to ell peraorm haaimg

I JAMES E I5KOOME, in h3.! -Charier Ferprinal0 -o- Paulding (Mi-'s) Clarion, nod Little R,rk, claims tigaiust said estate to appear au.! file the same

fI'l / I' li. W. THOMPS N. Ban of Columbus, Ga. THE Department having nlf .id a daily mail rcr- (Ark,) True Democrat. with the Judge Probate of said county,on tr before
,, February 19. I Si ) 8-ly I). ., A*'31. II. \OI\(;, I'reH. Lt.twepu Talliinsoee? aol! U'.ilnr'a liiJ!!, Nov. 14, 1857. 4C-ly the 20th day of Stptcnibrr Dext.wlen: tkere Trill br a
CASH CAI'ITAL-IOOOOOO. the Train will and after tLe find of January, .
t Cash 00.M run on --- -- --- pro rata distribution of aid estate amct>g>the cruilitors
= Capital, $ slFl I () t-----
I Ir In Chancery in leon Circuit Court Hill 100,00 lSj9, as follows: of said estate.D. .

: /'arlrJlOIl.I lNtTltE ArSAIXSTL s AND HAMAOK P.V On the Pen. ft Ceo. Railroad : W. GWYXX Judge of Probatf.
i for FJIJ IIE above will at Alt times be supplied BURNING FLUID .
J I .1' ONTKKMS: AIHITFIITO .1 liE: ..\ : .1. Agency Leave Tallahassee daily at. . .4 P. M. March 19. 1859. r>-6ui
In I : Thomas H. Hale, Cx'tr. of John W.llale. J COlsnST WITH TiE. LAW with Colimbns Exchange and on New York at current rates ; Arrive at Walker's Mill by .. 5.CO I'. M. -ITTAHRENTED[ I'KESII. For sale at the Drug _
Also, on Apalnchicola. Bills discounted V
rJl. 'U:1 N\TI < Leave Waller's Mill at..8 A. 101. a I Store of E.EAKXAKD. Notice.A'LL
j I K. C. I.CWIS: at current rates. Gold Coin for sale. daily .
I i William M. Fiirson and Mary A. Agent
1 1833. 1PATENT
January ,
I Arrive at Tallahassee by. .. .. !.30 A. JL
t wile, H. ). Frieison CbJ Catlieriue Ki>r Talljlu awl vicinity. Office, (up stairs) over the Store of T. L Bctlon: --- -- persons having chums against the Estate of
t his wife John C. Rouse aud E.I u-usl 15. 1S57. S3MEDICAL E.-q, M. P. ELLIS, Agent Connecting at Walker's Mill with Post Coaches, via fisK's' 11ETLIC XX Cornelius Cenzley. (( Jefferson county deevaaed. -

J '1 : F. his wife Jo-eph I. Hale. :- -.-- TallahiiRsce 1)ee.4 1858. 49 Mont ictllo to Albany every evt-ning of the week ex .whether as creditors legatees, or ditnlutee-sare
; ;J .' Johnson and Isabella K his wife, Rob Q r J'r. AOTICC. --.--- -. ceptiug Sunday aud twice a" week connecting with CASES required to present tlieir demand, in chic form, to

,tl crt F. Stafford, er. and Smiths A. his -- AjCardl! Coaches running to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin and BURIAL ; the undersigned LXt'entorOftbe last Will and JeMamcnt .

yift'.RoLert F.Starnmrdjr..and Martins J. II. S. BOND. Jacksonville.On. of said deceased, within two years from thus
J. his wife. Washington R. \\101..1. -0 the Tallahassee Railroad : date otherwise they will be barred; and all those '

Bra.J1Vt'1I1 Drs. & Bond K.: I.. T. n L.\ K E. Tall ; : ; indebted are requested to make payment immediately. i.
1 and Susan I. Lie wife, Rubcit Taylor Leave :ihassee daily (except Sunday) : i iRoscuood

Zilpha K lisle and Florida. Hale JIT Register of the United Stales Land OJlce at. .. . .. .. . . 10 A.M JAMES S. RUST, Es'tr.
'S from the affidavit of complainant, HAVE Im.odattd in the praclice of Medicine. Of- Arrive at St. Marks by. . . .. .11.25 A. \. July 2, 18:;. 27-3m
appearing at the OLD STAN of I Dr. Taylor. TAI.LAIIASSKi, 'I.A., .
; -i .. L Hale, Executor that Robcit F. StanVd.r. Leave St. Murk daily (except Sunday) -( Finished Latest Patent,)- .

1' ., and Sroith A. Li. wife, also Robert F. Slaffurd TallahasseeFebiuary 1, 1859. 6BLACKSM'HG OFFERS his services to act ns AGENT AT prrons nt. .. . .. .. .. .. .. 2.15 P.M. AIR-TIGHT A\D INDESTlCCTIBtS. Notice.SIX .

and MaitLa J. his wife defendants in the aliove to enter land in the State Lan-l Office, Arrive at Tullalms at. . .. .. 3.30 P. M.
I jr. SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly hand months from the first publication of this no
I cause mide beyond the limit of this State: It M and will attend to any busines, in any of the State Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrivalof A by T.J. RAWLS, Undertaker. the undersigned adnJuiittratorde boiiu non,

ordered that notice(if the institution of this cause be ( Offices at the Cupitol. Charges reasonable, and in and wliKh returns before the departure of the November 20, 1858. 47 with the Will annexed,' of all and singular the gamin

published in some newspaper published ig the eily of JL tine that he ban opened Ins J proportion to the time and labor bestowed. Train ; and with the line of Mail Steamers between ---. -- ------ chatttlis rights and crnlits which were of John WiS!

Tallahassee for twu months, and that said defendants :- [BLACKSMITH SHOP again in Mans of Towwbips WEST or SUWANMB Runt New Orlean Key West and Cuba and intermediate Insolvent Notice. ford, deceased late of Leoo county will preeent his
appear nod censure p'el.1 or demur to the complan-; connection with his Li VERT STPLKS, where he will furnished at from two to five dollars each in ad mice.Januaiy points on the Guff arriving at St. Mnrl..,on their war I Estate final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate .

aint's bill on or before the first Monday Octer have done all kiud of Plantation aud Carriage work. 22,.6. __.4 _ ____ to Key West OD the 18th and lit or 2nd of each State 01 Florida ) of Leon county and ask to be discharged from Lie

; I next. Done and ordered at Cliamber this 6th July -ALSO- month, and arriving at St. Marks on their way to County Leon f said admiuistration.

i ,( 1859. J. WAYLE3 HAKKls Judge.July r SHOEING in the PLANTEIS' IIOTEL New Orleans on the 15th and Sl'lli of each montli. T> W. B. HODOSON..Executor of the last Will SOLOMON SILLS.Adm'r&e..
11If 9. 1859. 28Master's ->>w vcrylst manner; Whenever these days come on Sunday the Train J-X. and Testament of Charles Alligood, late of 20-Cm
I -__ __ (OlIOR( )) will use every t'ocayor t work Tn11nhnsseo. will run on that t'lIY connect.. Leon county deceased having filed in the Prol te May 1J.1S59. _
L U Sale of Slaves.By J.Jc wit dispatch PIII P. B. eu.tomtrp.W. C. II. FISHER Prvprieto- EDWARD HOUSTOUN office of said county written suir estion that be be- Not Ce.ALL .
tKA 1 eves the Estate of the said Charles Alitood! to be
virtue of diree date of the ISlh January 1. 1" 1 Prest. q. Sllp'l.JanD."Irl persona Laving claims or demands against
a bearing: I --- : -.--- _- ----- April _0. 19._ 15-'y___ ____ IS:!. 1 insolvent: therefore notice, is hereby ghhn to all Estate of James T. Archer, deceased late
c.f July mat made by ths IIn. .1. Wajlesleaker. I. .
;-: ; Judge of the Middle. Circuit(.n.ori.la. sitting Plank Road All Right! SYRUP & PORKd.BAR1tELS --- --- persons having elaircs against said Estate, to appear of Leon county, are required to present the same,
SCHEDULE OF TRAINSON and file the same with the Judge of Probate of sal
,- i I! iu Chanctrv in, a certain it Johu ( und Jolm C. Mh.l.t ate H
cU"uIII 1 (tries of Ihe G Georgia 4 t Florida Plauk Road I when there will be o pro rata dftrilmli! of the. date or this notice will be plead in bar cf their recovery .
"4 compUiiMDts an &ri" Ann lotion, Ex'lhix.te. ROAD. funds of said Estate the creditors of sail
will the I amongst indebted aid
(\ and all estate
> are
of A. M. Gatlin, and TUlbut Il IVtlini, >ni|>.iny hut Mine in goo tru'eling.rler. -A N n ; pcrsors
rtase. This may 1 IK relied on. The rates c f reduced requested to make immediate payment to my agents
: are drt'n.II". I .01 the first MiniJay of September some 2 To at Bel.Ai.wiwhing Icy "vvos1; J t A. T.T1 P. W. GWYNN. Judge cf Probate. and af. ,nid.
; 1 pei cl'nt [persons 1 attorceys re
tlx-fifth vf .tt1a
I mat, that day fi
l>er. 1659. fell for i.('" say, at t.public outcry l 80,1"1 j t<> contract by the ceason a suitable dt.Iu )LENTY good SYRUP and PORK BARRK1-S: Marc) 10, 1859. I:-m MARY S. ARCHER. Executrix. .

House ln.m.Tullaha-vee. the n"'r .i""ur"r t,, will be made. nut the ruinoiucredit. system 1 for sale heic. ALSO-coarR* or fine Key \Vst LEAVES FE11NANDIXA DAILY CflCC. -July- P. 1859. 28-8w __ 1

cUlt interest of the Estate .>f A. M.Gltil:deres abused m this rtgol nn l mu!> for UMII the Suitable Nov. 20. 1858. 47 (SUM YS m'ChPTED.) OF TUEFarmers'
red, in the lio m slates lu..igl"- :rnh r\taJ __ _
Ann IVtton fur dower in said e'ntatcsnI I their iu elyjuotions mu.l to those runninar altl C mule --- N at nval Steamers from Charleston an-1 S.vvamuh SIX Month after the first piblk-alioQ of thi .IIf'

create, toit: Mary I.c and tier child t Cue \\illis, Ann t<'ains by the 1.IOI wheu arnmcpmrnts tire made Guns Guns Guns () connecting at Callahan with Stage for & Exchange Bank ', the iiiHlcrfi;ntd will present to 1I1U hlvmn

and l tier child Fred, IMiuuiiJ. JII i, Fanny and l> iUiilJrcii kf.'r..I.IK. JERK RICHARDS. ri"MlE underrignetl Las now permanently loeatpilJL Trader's Hill and Cc-ntrenJ.,Ga. : at l lUldwin with OF (iHRLiSTO\ Ju'lgeof Pr-J'Uteof Leon county liia fin.il account
Mill. 9, 59. 15 anal vouchers administrator the Estate of John
I Apil Tallaliassee at Tiail Bridge with Stage as on
Uuv. I Iloce and tin inru.t I.I."I. (opponte the Post c.ffi'e. where be iipn pared Stage ; EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK NEW
1.tJ -- -- -- -- -- -- -- W.Townsend deceased late of said and uk
for and Starke with Suites ftr New SIGHT county
11 B. lJ.1OX, P"1 Master.Ju'y in the. most workman like and prompt mauner to MiddlelHirc; ai AND CHARLESTON

_. ?-S.--1859.". :Od --- Sewing Machines. make and repair nan o.oalJl..villf, Gauisvill, Micanopy, }nctuingtou and FOR SA I.K It be dismissed.LITTLETOX M. WHITE Adnm'r.1I.iy .

ROVER & BAKER'S CELEBRATED FAMVIT eUs: furL", CU.VLOCKS, 7. 1859. 19CinNotice"
Tax Sale.BY ( A. mNHAM.put.
LEAVE Starie I'aily (Smulnys cxccpted) on arrival .
ily Machines New Style. Price from in fact all work jx>rtnininp to a Con or oclnnilli. --- ---
Sewin Frrnaudiua with Tallahassee Dee. 1P5S. 49
and at
c>I Stages
irtne of the authority vwtwl in me I.lw. of }5 fr The' above .li..ns he 'rit .
to { to
f 50 With the --
exra charges ht'rmcr qualifie expects uu a Steamers for Savannah and Charleston ou Monday -- -- -- -- -- -

I .llal sell, on the fct JIoiwLiy iu >cr. Machines are strong simple, cay keptiu order. Sewa liberal |patronage of the citizens. of tltis place aud Tuesdiy. Wednesday and Fm idav. State Bank of Florida TS hereby given that 'apt li ititin will be mad. at
next the Court II door f Tallahassee '
tu e in city <> ,
lie strong scam. They *ill d. better and cheaper sewing surrounding country.ISf A.L COLi, Sup't _J__ the next rsioo of the Legislature of Hurivhtfvr
*4 during legal hours at public outcry the than a scarrftrt can. even if she work for one I N. B. Gun locks alwi.js for sale on hams! 18HILLSKOROUCII -AT- aDlell'lmf'l.t8 of the CItarters of the Pciiftacula A GKOCgia.
1 1858.
.- i; I following lan lying in leon. county near Manniiig-; rent an hour, and are unquestionably the best Ma. i AUuUSTUS BROWX.M May TALLAHASSEE.SIGHT Gulf City & Interior and TjllahaRail Road

l: ton, vii: Te\i of IL N W J. Section 19. Touu- cliut in the market for family '1 V ing, on account of i *r"h 26. 1F59 13RAILROAD Jt'TGEUb' C iuiani| .. Also fur IL Charter fur a Railroad front
hip 2. I 3 rth, containing 80 acres mnre or simplicity durability ease of and N. C., OiorricE IN Hl'ILV1\G..t3
mungemeut the Sulf of Mexico in tie County oi Frutklin. to or
i ICM. Sold to ttt State and' County taxes for 1 NOTICE.
pay to all varieties of
adaptation family the
fC'ilg-ufu of
in the direction of the Northern
5, 6. 7. 8 9. Owner not known. I EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND
L theycars654 ant ting either heavy or fine xvvrk with equal facility,
Slate of Florida East of the River
I ApalaebiouU.July
E t I Ol LEAr FOil SALE.
C. Tax Collector.July Im
I. without vArs
DIMI.LY. special I"ljufhntrt SUI'I HJXTENDENT was f lnl'n 23, 1859. 20 .
l S3.1859. 3-t.. t- Se lor a { -lar. ri"MIE attention of Consignees of goods Lj tic I _1 nn officer of the South Carolina State Military Wa!. BAILEY. Prefci lent. .

s L. FOLSOM, Ceutervillc, Flu. JL Tallahaisre A nscoU
c_ Insolvent Estate Notice. April 23. 1859. 17-6m is respectfully called to the following rule: a C. TEW. Killsborough, N. C. February 19, 1659. 8ios& .
months after tile first : thU no
STATE OF FLOKIDA, ) Exit 9, If TaUaJtasvtee & Pen. k Geo. R. 12. Co. March 12, 1859. 1111Executor's ----- I I the nnderiguedl executor of the bet Will .

I_ .,f Leoo. r For 'Sale.A ,
County J .
Freights jre payable in ash en delivery of goods and testament of James WLitc.-beaJ ducea.itd. will
TETIIRO URADIXY. aJ ini"trto cf the nUteej noon TWO HORSE and will charged on articles lying over such the
CAR storage Notice. A MOST DESIKATlLE ASSORT*K::iT OF I' present bis final secocuts s executor, to
of Bennett Uradlf'J late of IAof Leon t'f..ty.and ask to be
sit baring filed oft of said county 1 sale. t To Consigners in l'allahassee. S Jays. "VTOTICK is hereby givm to all persons having FRESH GARDEN SEEDS JOhN R,WHITEHEAD. EV.Jou .
j\ demands the estate of David
written that he estate of the claims or against
'1"li P. BROKAW. within 6 miles of a depot 6 10 4, 1859. 23- m
Mid Bradley to b insolvetittberefore notice June 4, 1659. S3 n ii mm 12 9 It K. Hull, deceased late cf Let-n county whether as Warranted Growth of JWb --

i Lre'given t all person having claim against .4 a over 12 14 creditors K-gatees, of distributees, to present th$ are procured from a cold rlimaU Notice.
to and file the same w ilk- the Judge Tliis rule will be strictly/jidliered to. and wtrtieasending name to the undrrsigoed lucerutor within two y..ar. TIF.sE'SEEn '
appear Feather & flourish the better iu
: a week after date. shall to the Judge
Brhes. from Uiis date duly autlipnti<-ated. c. they will b apply
I of Probate cf said comity cn'rbeforethe !d lay of Dter.A for gwels are requested to comply therewith like SIX
warmer ours.CfT"
one adrr.fnistrtticn
indebteti said : Probate Hamilton fbr.lette'rs
all tboeo to estate
barred ale re- eouuty
January next, when there will tie a pro rata distribution FINE \ or the goods cannot be delivered. Call send order, that .
early or '
Tnu lat
mayJxi the Estate it William S. Brvin. *
i imrocdi 1r. en
of said at I Iw rredit of said U' : received for sale ; >teJ to make payment t< ..-- .
sUte itrnon or! e just "yIYE1 E. HOUSTOUN Sjp'L qne r-.; .ir-J- .' T'YVj4y_ *r...t .un' df't'HI..t. BENJ. BliY AN.
1) W. f WYXX. Judge, of Prolate. ) :d GORMAN. C < .",:..1 .- ('uimmcv 'ttcoJ'l' t

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