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 20, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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13 jOJiiional' iUIb33flf1il1t591fltb5. A. GALLIE From tlif laiail.ner..1.. Extra, Ju1l"16. I should have been unworthy' of the li-gl li confidence I its administration! i is hut a net to catch small t<) Accomplish nil the eods wf its creation.

f: {I THE JUDICIAL CONTROVERSY. reposed in me bv. my fellow ('itzens." I fish, Mhil-t the larger ones beak: through un. What Judges DuPont and I'eip'opi distinctly i
---= --- DKALfK IN '1 lie procreding refened to was of this character harmed. I say that they had the to Jo ned l chAitlilJo .
power .
JTICUICAI 1\0..C 1.. I
1 I : Tlie Chief Justice bad been of compel 1 1I Writhing under the c'ffect of this order an-i a* against a Circuit Judge, Uflti.'r oMig'jt-
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DRY A Review of the Replies of Associate JusI in a ca!e on the docket-(JriiKn and! Oman I writ, he affects not to have l been disturl by lion to attend as a Judge of tin! Supremo 1
Dr. Wm. F. Shine I ,
I j I tlces DuPont and Pearson. I which it was proposed to cull in a Circuit j them-" 1 lit treated it with contempt, .11.- I Court, Judge Bal-zrll has done Ag.iinft one
crtttm niii rRonM-uiNAi. 'I :\<'t* TO Till rir.ii. A \ IUROC'iRlES I Judge to try. He, of course, withdrew from disregarded the ridiculous order, .tie idea of the Supreme Court judges. Their :'ctiQI
OFFICE *dj'M"ui.{? l<- .! I-U..n. LVEXKRAL.. I Tile rrplies of Judges! DuPont and IVar- i the liench. In enteiing the order of appointment of his being taken to Tallahassee under it, I would and should b" against lie tiiimrn! (bid J

, _" K., ifS*. I 1"! 1 1v. _Kovt'nltx-r_13 IS58. 46 bills tll tile opinion; deliver liy C'liief Justice I of the Circuit Jn':(, the Chief Justice I suppose never occurred to him (the Sheriff) (;I |,!hrjio applied to ihe regular p: .) If liter

MILES NASH & CO. n. I llnltzt-II, vindicating the arrest of lion. 15. M. directed the cleik to'statf on the record that as it Ilrtr did to me';" .m-ither Judge Du- i necessity and prop'iltJ' in titOne! cns', ,;
I mm? GARDEN\ SEEBS.crcwta Pearson, are before the jmlilic, aud have met j I he was U>sent when, this order was made." Pont nor myself have l>een ill the slightest degree I th! ">ie i is in the olltr. IiI

s'i: tLEJZ s IN I with n reci-piion acconJinj, ; to the \';i'iousi Judge DuPont said, he d, tecled thisindorsement influenced !hv hiarrrgant assumption; of I I 'Hie judge suppost the C. Jn iii.' in the nnj -

DREGS) i 2p& MISTS of I. a GO. i I views of thn.'o who have read them. Manv | and! insisted on its erasure." That to I power" If so entirely unmoved, why so j:I ti"t he takes ot the case of Cohens .,. fhtf .
] havo avoided r. a ling them, on account of I satisfy the Chief Justice, Associate iVar-on f fierce and vindictive in his reply ? Why I| Stit. of Virginia ."Imagined I.im"tlf the I

MEIUCLXES HI OILS I GUM DROPS) j their great l-i'gth. fly a portion of the press and himself agreed that an entry might be ,1 I complain! so bitterly: if that which he regarded I Federal Government and his 15ocl((.. u'
at home, as \\vli as abroid, the proceeding made nt the bottom of the previous page, so contemptuously? Hut above all, why not I j subordinate State.."

\7"OULn iiifi.rm tht-ir ru-n-ls and I the public.VT ,. OF ALL FLAVORS I has been char.noteiiz as disgraceful. Iisdependrnth' I showing that the Chief Justice temporarily :: persist in keeping away from Court ? "Why j Now, the authority qnoh'd\ -:* !o(the very
they )hiv on band: a ;oo .- generally kcjtt in their line of bosin*fcnd 1-
Will B Mate b. receiving regularly! fresh supplier. Theit FOR COUGHS A.\D COLDS be so, it become- act of duty, and worthyof I that the effect of this cnjorsrmcnt was to render and everybody in Jacksonville knew, I member of a Court may arrrbt its crtion bV

term chilli! be reasonable. I Ju.t received at the DRUG STORK: cf consi !'eratioii by every citizen, to ascertain the order wholly nugatory as hating been I fully as incompetent: t"II')1 Court tbt'r as he j his contumacy, as this would make him, suj .

_TaUllms"et_ April. ___5th__1P5.V_ __14._ EDWARD BARNARD. JR.TalJahawe. the true slate of the matter, sr, ns to fit upon I passed out of term." Whether by this is I was when the Court was to have !h"1 held atTallahassee. j I perior and, the other Judges i Vriors it
h Peceuiber 18. ItIS. 51Wm persons who have brought this discredit upon Meant the endorsement being passed out of I I \\ by not adhere to his [position : would give peivcrscne! and mi'scoti.fnct, tilt ,.

A. GALLIE I E. Anderson tilt' countiy and hold them to a just responsibility. term rendered the order passed in term img- i of calling a Circuit Judge I \\ by persist in rule and dtml ion over duty and right i cor>' -
*TS .in rrceipi tf a lure IIn.1.11!! -M-lectf ttoct of I atory, does not S') clearly: tpllC'U.| If so, it imposing his blindness upon suitors the duct, and would fend to anartlTll CM

J_ STAPLE and t'ANCGOOl I Wormy at Law &cd: Solicitor in Cliancrry, It is proposed in this article (te treat the would be a strange! conclusion. But altogether, public ? He >ay*, his. sight was sa n't unproved of ColensVa qtioted ': the Supreme t'

S/irina ami Smumrr Rtady J/otfe (lnlJ.ing.J1tlis MARIANXA FLORIDA."VI7ILL j subject succinctly, yet clearly, that its full did the wit of man ever couture so shallow j as to enable him to take his seat on Court of the United States, to prevent ,
and t'i>*, Hoott amSJiix*, FamilyGrorrrir I attf-nd tilth fidelity and pion'ptne to [ understanding may be arrived at. and silly: a charge ? A mre difference :'between I the bench at the tt'rl in Jacksonville." 1(8. such a result, and without precedent ass-xncd

*. Wine, Drandltr, (h'.. c r. f T anv I'usiiwwntii..ted N lo his care m tl.e 'ir- | The Supreme Couit. of the State bylaw absence and retiring! j I just lhat/ar improved, and no farther power against a sovereign S'2tf. aesenting;
.Arrill), 8U. J 8 1 cuit Courts of FJ&tlkliflVasbin1itn, niid Jiiok&on was This is faUfication in the of I he their! for .
_.. directed to lie held on the first MondayI ( opinion a Judge! capacity hdt :I times, .11111 never lost; jurisdiction A necessary the preservation
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j in the Supreme Couit nt Mariatnn.and the UnitedStates And this charge prefaced wiih ostentatious he able to the! but of the Government and
an : was get on 1"IIh. ability to its
I last. Two of-the I5.iltzell prevent
E. HAHNAUH{ ) Jr. District Courts lOt ApalatLicula aud TuBa.ba.oee. January Judges,
I and DuPollrt'fe I'n' I'nt. Jnd e Pe.trs-on declaration of his "equality in authority, dig. to road and examine the law, to contrast and course from being arrested hy on. of its

WILL COVTIMTE THE March 56If! 13-6m j was absent. The Court was continued: sev- nity and responsibility with the Chi T Justice, compirc authorities! :, to master cases by an examination members. Otherwise, the Court said each
.- ---- ----- nut! his duty to guard vilh the of the records rer.d member the will
RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS cia! dajs thereafter, in the hope of his arriv- rigilanrc re- or to wrile and "il possess a veto on of tho
OTTO LANGE :' cords---to see that they presented a true history opinions from the IeflCiltlle i is to be that the Judge
jP \ ( I regretted ,
C2T AT THE OLD STAND ii-jr' until the 18th ; when the Chief! Justice, indisp'ns\11
i conciixing that he was abent wi'hout! cause, ;" with a farther parade of \his /Irntness, requisites of a Supreme Couit Judge Ju\'iad\ could not perceive the force of the argument I Iho

it I 'YATCIIIAKElt, : 1 directed him to be sent (for. The Sheriff is jet farther followed by quotation' from not at the terms held previous to the order of The Judge insists that thp power to seiKl
OF TilE MORTAR, And Je-weler I| to Jack-tinille, where he found himin procci'ded Hl.ick&ti'ne as lo the unwarrantable practices arrest, nor at the terms heattvnded afterwards.Nor for absent mt'mLtf belongs to the Legislature ,

his usual health ; bit; on the succeeding of some Judges, who had made en can they deny, (neither Judge DuPont by express grant of the Constitution ; l .
Corner of Clint/ :nd Monroe tihettl,TlI.lblluste. 'I' MOXTICELLO TLA"VT : the time fixed for his tries on the rolls to cover their own misbehavior nor ) with any color of truth that the fact distinctly stated ui the opinion, yet be
day, he I.irscf
J.nury19.ISI6.. 3 OULD r<'"pcrt fnllv, infoim the citi7cn;of Mid-! I'I sick in btd. The was and had taken upon them by amendments calling public attention to so passes by without notice the case of Anderson I
-- -- -- > \ die and! Hast Kl "ida tl.at he dffisrns tnaLirg return of the officer is to
:a. H. BERRY, I "C'rional'i..iti\ tl.rough three feet Kins of r'uilry f>rj this effect : Iitat lie (Pearson) could not and erasure, to falsify{ their own record gross an act of delinquency, in very shame v; Dunn, in which thp Supreme Court of the :
.. the whole of which anjounts to tJis- drove him nt the last to the of United States decided that the west of such
and Commission j the ]'urMife ( doug! any \oik in tic alx>ve line, come to Couit. being unable to leave his residence ll'rComant'l ,
Auctioneer that be tutiuftid that a record surreptitiously made stifle his duties and is not the
may to lis caic. in of his health, sick. up to thereby ( gnnt an objection to exercise of
MERCHANT.AltAHASxrE I ALSO- ne. "-U.consequence launders, Sheriff. The or C"urt or pervert the truth should not be a sanction tion of the public business. the p.werby other depot ttnai'f, and ( .im-

Fla, SepL9.S.5. 39 A fine Lot of In'elr"hich. I will sell at the lowest bad on the ISth, been adjourned to the 24th, for error, and that a recoid originally made There are some charges made in common p'ieJ'! it in l favor of tho loa?(nf Rrprescntativts .

HIGH ioIlLl po tible prices.The and an oider was then also entered that both up according to the truth, should not afterwards by both Judges., Judge I'etrstii boldly asserts I who had arrested n citizen fur A con
bent References gireii if rcquretLApril I by any "t ivati- rasure, or amendment, I that the C. Justice insane, both in. tempt without a precedent or rrvi ion'or law.
Judges (Pearson and DuPoi.t. be notified
30.1859. ) to
Attorney at Law 18-ly be alteu-d to sinister and .i.i he allows I. I They said such existed
I' any purpose. tellecfually morally ; charity power by implication
attend on that da}'. On the 2 Mi .1 proposi! I
TALLAUASSEF, FLA. Dwelling House for Sale. : tion was made by Judge DuPonf, that a Circuit Was there ever anything so \iit! and unfounded I l.irn in SIC dogu-e the benefit of"lotli.: Iron necessity, and on the Ijrincllc of slfreservation. .
-so poorly contmcd with such DiPoit "hallucination.! .
January 17, 1857. -Iy SUBSCRIBER olTerK far Fale! on : Judge !II.' appointed in-place of Judge ident malice from such slender c"I' imputes I Such 'n i the If
THE ea\ ton purfh-ieer. bill .... andIota r.m| : Pearson ; which the Chief Justice opposed I, matem!?, They ntfiib'ito 1 the! failure of the Court in : jal argument of Judge Dtl-
John B. Whitehurst in Bel-Air; Apply to the un.I..r-i'lw.l., on the ground that lie wa* not disqualified' I attain its object ; and yet, this Judge ( January to the Chief Justice' ,-thus : D Pont"Tht Pont and it is Seen, how far the position of I
I i plains of an effort to degrade himVjih! all him tho C. Jutif i is answered in '
ortoW. K. Beard JOHN LEARD.MsrchS. but Snt'ssodute: (alluding to -d() its \ui..Is- I
able attend
fully to and s&-conJy: that ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I I Sj/. 10-tf ; tht'r:1S law for this authority, dignity and responsibility continued rsisfenty! to uge the aid of a pect; that i Court has full power and author I
; such
no provision by
)MAUIAVNA .\. appointment. I' firmness and vigilance his piece exhibits a j I Circuit Judge, which the Chief Jastice refused ity to enfor 'c the attendance. of il3 m mkcra
\"lfILL practice in tIle Cirtiut Curt of JacUon. I' POST & MEL, direct application to the Chief Justice "to I Ieras' ami thus was more responsible fr the -that the Judges are officers of the Court
T i (Ullioun.Va.l.injtori &IKI! Holmes t-ouutir Ii If!e then proposed that two of the Judges his naLLrrnz the entry," notifying him j failure of the term th.t! his ,\s.ociat... Pi-ar. II and not above Ia\vnor exempt from, but subject
ainl pay !crtecial ntttntKNi to ci<1l<-rting.Jfortinlwr .I COMMISSION MERCHANTS being a m.ijoiily of Cl!..- CO'II t, t-houlJ iroeeelI I I II to attend( on the 21th, with the assei'tioothat son-" And the C. Justice may lay the flatI I to its comlusory! process-that the pew"or

---- -- 27, Isis. 4sly'Benj. -- -- ----- i Cl rojtfrns Mrci>f, I to the transition ol tho business ; which j '. the matter of difference between him and [I teiinjj. unction to lis soul, that h. was the extend: to all the o icers. and is not er

F. Young, N"EVV OEt.LE.A.NS. Judge DuPont opposed. j I the C. Justice cOIlellly that means be easily jaccommodati j sole cnusc of the failure of the regidczi'crz.z fir d to infeiiurs and subordinate, a Circuit
In February afterwards! the court was I d so far as he Judges witnefi.-s 1
I -- organized was personally | at Tallahassee, and not myself. attorneys jurors, nstict"
D1J 'K i 1 :ti1/Jp nr.FF.R TO at Jacksonville! by Judge Pearson I affected." I Tie expense to the State i is complained of of the Pe 1;". Clerks Sheriff..&r. '

ANDW'MCITO1 Mewrs ll oniai" J IVrliiiB .t Co, Tidlaliassee, FLi.t. taking hi* seat with the other J uiI'' ; and The proposed erasure was to make it appear I, by -thus : DaPont-".The. Chief. Justict as against the J Judges is inherent ill the Court,.
: IX imriTY. the held there in Tall.-' I that the ord"r had been .:'- --
terms for
vtfie the
Tampa : > :
I* n< n Mln,
; "Iir e.; i ;' 'his*.. _.,, ..-- -9 .., .. j for '1 ; of sen-ling an officer \ ll".t.l j .
\ IT.I pr-v-i-e" iu tinf mm t>J tile extern CrI Dtiiliain) I Mtic-llo. \t?,;,??, --- ,0 ; not VH Swf tlr expense : 1 \. Al.cr
will .f l"J'.ri'a.! und the Federal O ur!.. Beard Jt D.nliaiu) i=t. )!uk,. At the trm in 'I'dI.iIiaseee! an ordprs Pearson and DuPont, as originally m:1 II'I I from TalJ>wec to Jacksonville and back, vution.
(ffitTICL AT QAIO' VILL&. ILACHt'A COCSTT.) Mr. James Filor Key West I'' made by the two Justice (DuPontI1d IVar- The record might he thus altered to stifle andpervert 'a distance of nearly 400 miles." We had almost ovetlooked the ,serious accusation -
Meiir.. & Ormtxl Atlanta. Oe. of Judge DuPont that"the Chief Justice
McNauglit the truth for his accommodation, but j Pttr'tnnlie the of
kEPERESCESs I declaring the order ol arrest to be without ertift,1
vi"e! "
CAn .T. JLw& ) Aile-II J. 1!1. McKinnoii ls.'iS. .tTII'a:a.i-ly 1 authority) and iIegd! ; and that it Li conS not aipcndcd! to state the truth in a matter of i| the Sheriff on this wild goose and ( hal assoeiitcd his name with that of a

Cou. 4. D. AIKK.T. > Cbailtttox S. G __ __ ___ _._ I IHOGUE siilered as expunged front the r'corSi of the interest to another. Upon the refusal of the I Ihe'r to be paid! out of the State Treasnrv. person charged with nl'gt.c ff"ofcial duties,
,.,1. ct TlhJ"lrMY. ) [ & AMAKERATTOIJXEYS ., i Cotiit Thi odr was published in the papers C. Justice! to make: this eiiuent! falsification t'\15Pi. Now, the! expense of four Circuit so a lo bring loss upon him. le ol.jc.
IlL JA-JU S. JOSE*. 7d//dTasf, ITh.Jiiae.i. of the city, I, their diiection.! he says, his firtt suspicions as to his motives Judges, fn travel from Mari.tnna; to Tallahassee I to an associUi-n of his nnmo rd M.
.':.:. I I & COUiSELLOIISZjW ) I revived as to his design to injure him in the I from Tallahassee to Jacksonville, Pearson When did he discontinue the intimacy .
---- Tb Chief Ji'stire replied to this order, inan
estimation of his fellow citizens-ho.then from St. Augustine- Tampa, from Key or cease the association t lIsa it ended -
WILLIAM SCOTT .T \iiulifating the order of arest.an1 I
I opinion, the ? Has
found himself up.n the public records opento I West to Mari.mna, and their duringCouit to present day it not bora
jj-TtFuizv: 1 \ rMoNTICELLO. LJr:7, f imed .1 co-paltncrFllil'| in the practice of I: asset bog its legality. The replies of thetwo I expenses intimat* than with other ia
HAVE the inspection of the country, and to be nt those place, would by far have ex more any man)
and wi1lalh.nd to proftcsioual busioef to the last and! I
FLA any Associates are opinion,
I eiitnirled to thur cure. handed down to his children and grand children this of the Sheriff; so that in the State-continuing to the very last 7-

Jalr___ _$_O.t3. so. __ t .I jan- -- -- D. 110GIR..A. PERRY AMAKER. these it is proposed to consider. { -as a delinquent judge." ni cPPtC probability expense some 8000 or 8SOO were s\vec [How has this wonderful concurrence, agreement -
n May 1. 18i8. IS ._. Judge DuPont complains that the Chief Judge Pearson, to whom the facts are assigned -. to the State, in this respect. almost identity in conclusion charges,
1.I.I1.IAI'V. m <;II .IteIIEr. I - Justice "charged him with a neglect of ollicia by his associate, complains that the C. The law of the case which Judge DuPontso insinuations_ taken place, except by plan

PAPY & ARCHER FIRE INSURANCE. dttly"-" that he was actuated l by the mo- Justice "disbelieved his seition as to hisinfirmity" kindlv, assumed to himself, leaving the omtntion. preconcert intimacy of association -

-I' _----- live and de!igu to bold! him up as a delinquent -ho, the C. Justice, says he,"trgues I f. rts to his Associate, P.arsol, is very briefly : ( ? Whence.this solemn protect-the expunging
\-ttomoys rTALLA 1 L HARTfORD flEE IASIR1KE COIPAXY.LY jii'fgr"-and to degrade him in the froii pretended reports that I was about the I I disposed of, will require, but a slight older of the two-their combined

1I.A-MI: : FI.OIMDA. I l'll :. IXtiURAXCR COMPAXY, fslim.ition, of his fi-lloxv citizen:,"-and further streets at home, pursuing my usual avocations, attention tnt assault upon the Chief Justice,excfpt through

July *. ISS5 ?H I that .' has falsified the records of the and fully capable of reaching Tallahassee, as His first point is, as to (the power and this intimate partnerahiip--this near nfllion
I OF IIAETFUCD, CONX Couit. if the truth of that allegation had been denied authority of one of the Justices of the Supreme -this dOt alliance ? -

FLOYD & HOLLAND, .\grl'gatc Capital', IOO.OCO,000 00. Judge Pearson complains of injustice and by me ; and lie again asserts my general Court to attach the body of one one of (the Such is the argument made by this jtidge, .

Attorneys at Law. .-> Dec., fSSS.M. P. 49 ELLIS. AgtuLTallaha persecution, in sending the Sheriff for him.' good health when the Sheriff arrived which, I Associates, and to compel him to sit." A- and the replies of theo two Judges to the
ee. There are other imputations, not deemed to be sure, was true, but which he would have tandoningthis the outset, he adroitly Judicial opinion of the C. Justice,
of Middle _. very embrenl
Cirnjit C mrt
m-T 71 LL practice in the -- -- --- a
I" T and \\>*t Florida and in the Supreme Court tI.DIC..LO'J'ICI.. worthy of notice further than to show the ill the public believe I had denied. He con- contests what he terms the assumption of su subjects of importance to tbd
{the State. Also in the ii-tri Court of the UmJ --0--- t< mper and want of taste of the author ; such founds infirmity of sight with general indispo on the part of the Chiff Justice- State, and I presented by him in tl'mprt
DUtiict of Florida.R I ion " : sition." priority language, without vituperation of
Slates. in Hw N.nTliem as uanipa hypocrisy, depravity he asserts, UfO co eqnals 01,
J. FLOYD. UClee ApabcLic-la. Fla. Dr. T. Hayward Willis. I "atiocious. impudence," arrogant aud lawless The Judge is sadly mistaken as be would j I in power, in authority. in dignity, and res. I i is not difficult to define their true purpose -
D: HOLLAND, 51 Oflice Quincy Fla.Dee. located in J,.fli-roon eonntr one half I assumption of power." have discovered, if Le could have read Judge ponsibility." The C. Justice distinctly. disclaimed and object. In newspapers of a date

-.!2-, -1855.- --- -- - -- HAVING the rear of Mr. liraden's <>n &L AUZIH- Judge DuPont finds no support for his Baltzell's opinion. It is true, reference is on the. Benrh, at the time of delivering preceding both these replies, Judge DuPont,
Henry L. Rutgers tine nad. otRrs, hi.. Profcbllitln.lllcr\'lcCI to the .urrouivlmg I first charge, but directly the reverse of it.- made to his good health, which was the the opinion:1! superiority on the part is announced as a candidate (or the office of

ci.usrv.January 8. 1! &59. 2 It will thus be seen (ays tho opinion,) ground assumed by some to excuse bis absence of any tIlt Judges, as to this duty. The Chief Jastice: ; tho other as dt rmined (o retire -
COMMISSION MERCHANT that no tl'rm'as held for the transaction of but the farther and conclusive groundwas I published opinion re-asserts it: I have been from the Bench. The reply of the candidate

TALLAHASSEE I Fl4.\. JETN AINSURANCE I business, owing to ike failure of one Associate taken that the infirmity of fight, set up asked if tho Chief Justice were absent, would may h regarded with great propriety

-- _._- to attend, and of the objection of the other by him, under the circumstances, could not the power exist to send for him. I answer, as an electioneering document, designed t
IBERAL ndvsnces maJe: on Cotton or Tobacco COMPANY to proceeding with the business, in the absence allowed. lie had, at the past session of unhesitatingly in the affirmative. It is vested present his own superior claims Cor the om e;

L onigned to hi* frK-nds in New York. OF lIAR TFORI). of hat Axsociute." Again-" none of the nc. the Court, been permitted to preside Judge, in the Ji.d.e preent performln his duty -his firmness, his vg'faice his prompt< it.'

SIGhT CHECKS ON NEW YORK FOR SALE, tors in that scne, (-illuding to Gen. Jackson for an entire term-to join in the decision of against all dclinqnents. I should feel humiliated charge of his duties ; the irjury and nrronjf
In amottnlt t* vit purcf*tr'. II Charter Messrs. Webster, Calho-.m and Clay,) ever cases, whilst incapable of reading a word, to claim it against inferiors and subordinates : dote in hm: and b'. children ani I grand children -
March J!. 1859. 11 Incorporated 1S19.- PupduaJ.0 failed or refused to discharge a public duty, sentence or p3rtg'raph-the infirmity existing only." To the same effect is one of so as to atrac the public sympathyin

nor were they at any time apologists of a in its worst shape, except that he was able to the head notes. Where then tho for h's! t e'lalf, to present prominently!
E. C. Cabell, CASH CAPITAL,-SI,000OOO. known delinquent.I Now, here delinquency walk about. lie presided afterwards the the assertion that this assumption pret.x of superiority thj objections to his opponent-and salh in

..attx'33.a3 n't n iV", U directly charged to Pearson and not to terms of the court just ended-the infirmity is an act of power without any foundation i-nposing shape! One Judge' si?taining "

TALLAhASSEE FLA. IXSfRE UNTKKMS AGAINST AI>LCW AITEI AND)TO IMAOF.TIlE HAZARD BY FIKE, DuPont He is represei.t-d in the first paragraph still prevailing in every essential respect either in law or n'lsol and never before s ipport n j the' otler-bot abusing t'e opposing

ANUCOSSISTKNTWITHTIIELAWS I as present and objecting; whilst in the Now if competent and qualified! thus declared asserted or pretended by any one of the ca idatl certifying his own
-January- -8-, -139.WILLUM-- -2 OK .Mri.S3AT10N. second, as the apologist of a delinquent.He by the entire Court, how could Judge predecessors of the present incumbent superior fitness for the office- declaring the
S. UILWORTII, B. C.TaKahaose LEWIS: and A'r7lf. infers a design to charge him with delinquency Baltzell, nth any propriety, asset this ncolll. m(f.> il'uiion." unfitness and unworthiness of his opponent,
August 15. 1SSX 33 vicinity. from the fact, that Court was held potency that same account ? Would not His second is. that the presence of endorsed by Bird.M. Pearson. Per am,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -- ._- -.--- open by the Chief Justice on several days- this he admitting tha all the past action of the C. Justice pint does not constitute the in like manner enforced and ce.USed to by

MONTICELLO. FLORIDA. Yonge & MqClellan, because 110 order was passed on this latter the Court whilst \a laboring under this Court. Unless this officer is inferior and has DuPont. Par nooQe fr 'n

-XTILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit day notifying him to attend, and because the infirmity, was illegal, and the cases dedidedliable less power than his associates, by their own These gentlemen have made out their cast, I
ff ,andTho'iu* and Lowndes CountyG A.'t'torX1.oys tit La"iV"" presence of the Chief Justice alone is noticed: to be set aside on this ground There admission, his presence does constitute the their bill of accusation. ,against tie C.Justice;
March 25.1856. 12-ly rHACTICC IX ALL THE Ooi'RTS OF 'WTtt FLORIDA. might have been error at the first in permitting his c irduct not only in this affair of the ar-
____ ____ on those days. It is barely necessary to stats Cou't. Their expunging order is to Ibis ef
OFFICE AT PF.N. .\(-OL' AND MAKIANXA.C. the propositions to show their utter ground. him to preside but after deciding that feet : "No entries shall be made upon the ret, but in other respects-his entire judicialcareer .

J. M. CALLAWAY, C. YOXGE, Ten.. .J. F. McCLEIXAN, Mmrtinna lessness. How could his presence on those the intrmil.was not a disqualifcntion. how minutes of the Court in vacation, and withoutthe has been the subject of their impeachment .

GROCER & f0.1HIISSIO.MERCHAXT, January 8. 1859. __ 2Ellis __ ____ days be stated when he was absent Why turn asseit that it concurring authority of a majority of the abuse, denunciation an'J! villification.:
Two DOOM ABOVE AMES A LUTILT.CONSTANTLY does lie complain of an order of notificationto was T Such is the contradiction in which presiding Jnstices thereof unless the same be and what has ben the rCJ I have they

/ III hand ai .l receiving fresh Illp Orlopp & Co., attend when his published letter requesteda both Judge DuPont and himself h9c involved for the adjournment or continmnce of the legal ia .c.ssul, replied to a position taken

\J plietof proviiioon and Family ltr 'ceri.. No WHOLESALE DE.\.LERS IXHARDWARE notifica'ion' ?f. "' I have concluded not to go themselves by insi-tmg on their motion to terms of the same or to effect the organization by a single authority cited,any doctrine, ,
pains spared in telectir.g RiKxln to fill order. from down to.day, but to await a notification from cal in a Circuit Judge. provided for by the 5th section of the rule or principle acvnce I Have they e stiblished -
the count, and at the lowe-t m..rk.t pncrs. Country FIXE CUTI.ERr.aTJ."S. you when my presence may bo needed."- le would make it appear that he was" sor. Act of 1851, organizing the Supreme Coarf." a single. 0 { ?
. produce and all other good uVned The citizens to we for of ( PISTOLS, 4-c., $c. S, ch is his letter of the 11 ILhi, addressed to fering from a risilalion of the Almighty-an Jud e DuPont still more di"tincUy, No, not one! Their. injurious vile ehe.their
nale will receive prompt attention. No.217 Pearl Street New r1c. the Chief Justice which the affliction placed upon him by n." Judge 4er disgraceful insinuations ant
Tallahassee and vicinity are pectfully solicited to on was lear the same right and powC'r. a follows :- :
rail examine 11011 pric my pood before purchasing MAX ROBERT A. ORLOPP ELLIS. JR, predicated. DuPont covertly insinuates thOsame idea:- Whatever others might think with my view return to themselves,' to,plague their inno
vlsrwhere. Every article uarrautpd to be as represented Ii If the C. Justice had unfortunately happened (the and under it I tors.
THOMAS P. ELLIS. Can it bo that all' this effort to frame a o Law, my responsibility ,
to the purchaser.Ami 16 January :2. 1859.. 4 charge of delinquency, had but the single object to be afflicted either in his" person or family should, even ifboth the C. Justice and the And what has been his conree under thi
16.39. - --- --- - ----- I j of introducing his'own laudation to this so as b disqualified, &c. Now that other& Associate had been absent, from innbil- unprecedented asaoJ' Pr ,ol.M. ire my
Nathaniel Hamlen his own excesses have produced the infirmity have the well imagine, beyond measure by the r .o\o\
A. J. PEELER'S I effect: Conscious tint I had ever been ity to at.nd. attempted to organize
COMMISSION MERCHANT, : prompt at my post, and performed my full under whieh Judge Pearson labors, is too wel Court by calling in two circuit Jndgea."- ting spectacle thus presented by his A.toeU .
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE I known to admi of dispute. Ivon'e Now what Is this but the of ates, ho has carefully abstained ( ItniU-*
No. 38 Pojdras St., New Oilcans.IIEKE I I0 shale of the labors of the Court. Certainit power one rn
TALLtIIAE. FL(1IU.A. I io, that there is and was 110 color in the assign it cause Hedged by te two Judge to constitute the conrt-the very power ting their bad example.l He baa no occasionto
\YY TILL Practice W.kull..J..ftt.i in the Circuit wn and Courts Sludis-m.of 0"dl and), slightest for any each charge.His Associates. claimed and asserted by the Chief Ja.tite.- parade his mtii i in contract iriUi thou ot .
Jxxm i
US TOEx Nor did the C. Justice salt Judge P. Nor does it make difference that there is his opponent DuPon/ts piece E made '
attend rrotrptlj to the collection cf nvtvs and account James E. Broooje. ) F1a.I I next charge i is introduced by a like 1 i a an .
ov. TalLlliaggc, the dark. Whatever objection there the law the scoreof its constitutionality. bat response. Franon's,
in a"1 cf said! Genetics. Gen. 1L A. Shine. f reference to his own merits: I considered may objection to on tempratl. nerCHarjr
t ff O.Teo in the Capitol opposite the door of the A. IX NoiF..q, ) Flx I it 103* duty, as a Consistent member of the } b.s to the order of arrest it i is free from this, I i i. sufficient that the power of trte with becoming silent contempt. ,
J..L..rneYs General office.Feb. K..M. Spt-uccr, E q, I J StWI-llt, Couit, co-equal in authority dignity and ret- | and has tho peculiar merit that the blow was organization .cxUting at common law; .i cause of,his',xtrordina..for-UMS
27.! 1858. IMf John J. Snelling. yoincy. FIlL pontibflily guard with vigilance the records, in fuI front, in open day and in A manly spirit plainly and distinctly Togni&e asserted furious attack, has some-
Oar Wm. Bailey. '.ff,,n ccuotnIL.. and that made to great excellence of the rule as Advance and admitted by all departments of measure (though far
FIRE INSURANCE J. 0 Patnam Eq.. Maciion >ia.Aujruftus ID SOC they were present a Iule .iuirg.f
Steele, Faq Cedar Key, Fla. true history of! tl.e.oee4Iis.gs of that body.V.eii by him, ind.e1 is tint there is nothing craven go\'ermen.legislatvp. executive and jodicuL ther eJ : gp.hn1titheca.I4:1awY. -
3T1TE FIRE AU! M1RIXE INSURANCE. CO. Daniel BtlU Eaq.. Hamilton county, Fla ;\ in full bench, I Lad thi/Innnw./ to lend in operating upon rtjnals as well as inferiors Nor to say .that t': is power : / through thTefa
PENNSYLVANIA.1X3UKE Ed. Ren nton.._ l Thomuvillf'! Geo. my Aid to a measure designed to correct the -alike upon all-the high and the law-. exists in part only as to some of(he jufgea--' Illl.tHan i "it;ja g ,. kdkon4.1i
against Iou bjr Fire f.n the UIOal turns E l.Seixu*. E q' f) record, and to it fqr the future from exempting; none ; forming a jusf response to to compel Circuit Judge; to 'attend.' The' 'an opinibiSlettsSnltrarra ; to >&2195t ererjs
F. H. FLAOO. Agut.Ta Jack J.1F5P..laISh. )iiq, DarcanvtCe !LAass*c. Dr c( a'*r I, 1'S. 61 ;


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t i-. (ccwusttcurn.] For the Florldaa. tnsVi I> was tot? a-.d rrfommrad it tn'ihe Chief '- .
'ftuaiI3t4tt fciftV.er;to ebo* lii. Jee'otL1

lbs Court, he urge*! that two Jnd e* Uing prevent I Jflanbiau: t |mitiuilT } The Floridian and Journal. "FFERSO1." Lice A3 an infallible conception" on which lo J fe T |. th. v' -

: iciftjoriry that they censUtMte*" court competed : MB. EtiiToi: Tlii paper occupies a pri-u'.iar pod REPLYTO( __ another warrart for l.ia apprehension-Vut by caly for :L ; .- ._,__ .

1 f.M! the trunsjclionvf business. 0* thi* point he I Linn iu the prwoit judicial cout st. It dtclare by An ni-r..il Jtfferson. means do your rrbHslj or make any alhi-ion to | Court ; tituS '.-, t, -H '.
Extra realull-Fricci" .
n.i.. it-- farther opinioa. CT this tt will rnffieef implication, if not exprewly, that it will remain *, hues r ,.
A L A H A R S B K. : lefcer w'rieh JtuV Pearson tent | how
. > i'tythiL ia A discussion afterward, involving L ventral, stile It pul li-lies an article) written byme E Tkrnita i.o uuuiI duultj: u-is :utti.4a1e--.i at Mi.tt. cf

I %1ieau qut tn.; poptahed in the p.r tt cstihig'uin'sdf Justiceni'epiy to tBe opin- I- cello onie* 16tu Juh whcse *t-oOCJ l ljit it was the band of fie Sheriff to Judge Balttell. to bringi- .t v -t

ani utI.ority ..Z th cni. 'were quctcd \TCIIDA, AUGUST 20, f89. lure of Baltzcll, C. J., but has not, ns yet. noticed to fruit succinctly clearly" the itt.hject n-.atter JACKSOSTILIE, January 21st, twj tj farm e r 4

.'I prrttmt1.anl UC4fltt"Cd! cii tkItr ____4___ r ply to "Justice" from Jifferi'on.." It i Is to bth yet -. exists for thi j,
of of andinVr! jinJjtthe lion. Tn LI"t the rtWirf. quoted by Jud e DuPont injt' that the evidence controversy growing t-fit
"Reply to JenVraou." ped this central journal will give the Court of the to compel th. f .
c!hipi t.krn. was flt d m'CI n.rfrrtdtt'. of its non-interference, that the pnMie tionuf | attempted nrretl of Judge PCS ran by or..erof Judge of Stprrme I
We have beeu furitiaht-d a communication signed State cfVortcii, 1ollaJtattet orginiie. but t< -
tlic orl..r of arrest, it is nuSicJcnt to sy that the article of "Justice*" has involved it in, by Bultzeli i in January hi'f. Utttn to fTrrson.. 1Isays ',
iti *< f t i.l.c-iu>n i* to U- found in the foot i>f iu I !.Iil Ofl." in reply to "Jt-fi'-i-on, publi hed in an laying before its readers the reply. "-fferon.'' Sin-I have just been shown by the en lsetrsugtut u, r,
It ii ia this article to treat the [
3 -ftivoniplishui? try object and purpose fur-width it j i xtra of the F.-milj Friend of the 16t i JulyTb.ugh .- lION tsr. -- .j.rojwsed Leon county, a paper purporting to b* *u ocght ti liable tk ,

.. Vat used. It cotuM-l! Pearvn to divcharge hi* j subject succinctly yet clearly that its fall under the Supreme Court, dated the ISth of the
| in it
j tart, we MC nothing oljectionable We find the above in the Qulncy ll'.t cf the --suppose Judge I';
Ktp ;
Pearsonl-o n :
ij -.'..uttMnade him hold th* Court, aud thus the pubj j standing may be arrived at." month to the effect List Justice
und therefore in crt it. in another column. We 13th inst. of thi Court to Judge Pearson to Ta
of the Sheriff *
: it-' 'asspsf.. theretofore for nearly an entire uiouthuritiei.dvtl It would be useless to to who into the custody 4
it to ud threatened with entire neglect, could not dj so, however, without subjecting ourselves We are not in the hiO.it of noticing anonymous quite stop erqnire the further order of this Court* wouU he hun,. u>
this Jefferson" is for while flifleIluttvt heaven
itfl wa% I.Ni t f. Hvwcvcr objected lo, the net i to the charge of onfairnes nnle-s we also pubj j conimtiDiciitiot, but thi i>iiv refers to cs in such away no A* without my presence or a snbUit ute.no t2ie Sheritf to j.N, ,
ilts.Jlii all time nsc lent to l I.e follow could by any possibility redei-m him from himself, could have been hotden, and moreover a* tiiere
| l that : him there ? Ac-l
li he Jvfftfi-son and
; < nccor-linsly article, j a* to induce a departure from the rule "lion- '&a:
I1 ed, -an example and a terror to delinquents to pr j jver.l no oie, i it i it presumed, can be in tin rl"uLtct degree really been ro session of the Supreme Court at
1 H failure and ccure a discharge of the duties of | course as it is. will likev.ibe l found in lod.iv'sj ty" is mistaken in Baying that "Jefferson"* is a reply interested in sueli an Moreover, if lahassee this month, a. I am Informed by the i Ltd c<>ccurre l i: *n.)

j th! Court. It was to have been expected that re j jp' pajr.. though somewhat alicred from what it was ti Justice.' It 5 is ,uota rc|>ly to that writer.It exposure. any and others as well as by yourself, it wish Justice too, to jn. :u) %

: i would have been made in a manner-*uch j! wben Madison" caw it.Given. only purport to be a Review of the replies oAffociaJe tiling could sooner than another exritc the pity of iuM] >ssible that such an order could have been I such a thing '11,,,

-' In' hrcania member* of the same high tribunal, nnde. agoodr.inn.it would be for lha: innocent person gitiruately m.ide. I cm, therefore, regard it i the Court .
Justices flu Punt and Penrtu" to the opin. specie LJ-
.;j-.ccinly; lboo v> full of thme unaccountable I

j t 1'nitane*. But how opposite in every ret-pect ho-w j jtlttTcrvta It i* nwpivot vp by all who have tried Peeler'sl'sttnt ion of Chief-Justice Daltzeil delivered in justification I perceive that in luis unbroken column! of print just has crept; upon its records ar.l which, when the diEcuity .a

L the reality from this! reasonable and mot.juste1.ctat.ion of the order to arrest a member of the Court, Court shall actually assemble, it will cause i Judge DuPont wr K ,;
| Economical and Variety Steel Blade Plow, seven 'fi-ct and ten inches in le)> th. while !h.. has
? 'I he one Judge sounds his own J Jpnrisi and makes ro reference whatever to Justice."- expunged. '1 two Judges must fight
4 >v-" be i* ever prompt at hi* post, performing j' ((Patented June 21t, 1S53.) that it is beyond d<.nbt not presented a single argument to how that Chief I am, your very obedient servant. !; in
Several moved to decline everyone perceive,
reasons us. publirhing us
.' )his fall *hare of tha Uborsj of the court ;" zeal. |I one of the greatetl Cultivators ever in vented. Certificates Justice Baltzell had any power to laid a court BIRD M. PEARSON. | t
and are In the JvBrrfon" when it first appeare*!. Among these and delivered to the I : in power with another,
pjoruti>C6* industry ever brought are being daily bl5nod from thoae who alon", or any authority to control or coerce Justice Tins-letter Wits written
0fh14 official iluties vigilant, too. inprewrvin reasons wn a dUinclination to make our columns result in a drawn pt.-n,
pcrf-irmince ;
.f have and have used them. iff the day before he letr..ThU j
l.otight rights Pearson
Mnjorj a* an Associate, Ise has written line
record of the j is 1 he evry
rI tlie court nor f force
; parfngof I the medium for continuing which has cannot s-u j
.1 1 hi-di<|Kirr. ewcntof a brother judge to whom j Richard Ilayward, known as one of the oldest rei controversy wilh a |NH so like Judge Baltiell's! that the public particular point, however, that is of two Jadri
j already brought the Supreme Court !: iu. ?i vie-a
I "hnssuiacs die iMicate rhti.m: of an opj>osir.gCindldate dents and tuoitec'ientificphiuU-r* of this State, sayg: : uiaepute cannot detect the difference ? Wiiatevi r may have the Sheriff forbore to CiItt' Judge Pearson to '

t ,, ; h charge* him wish trying tnt l-gri.J<; Tau.anaearr.. Arctvr 1C, 1859. with the people. Another reason wsa tie p.culiar btn the cause of thi* controversy, or whatever ha
WI tim-to hold him up to the country a* atl Tjiqint! character of "J fiVrsou." It. i* cmi'se and \ittiper* illustrate the ? And if they th, *. ;
It ia
This Ii to erlify that I have itud the Peeler nay ic it* merit, "JcilVrson" shoaM Isav retnetnliereltli.it consequence. can no way
k ud e--with falsifying a record of the tour?. He alive, nut to di-grnccfuL There i ii iu it, wore" xrhtt |lower wocidbr -
I'l-iw ar.d find it title to do all the work thut any ay question us to the of one Judge to .
4 s-npjiorts the charge of hi* Associate, of insanity, l>v I the public h'i: ether plow cnn d0. over, a ] alone to
the of the t. rm hl1uvintou.-lizrge* hiciMitU truStful! Court or ti> cau piov.es*>
t cr lo the clamors of an interested ,
; 01"the ttook fmlth 1 with party
; t a failure to hold the court-with rutiuiii the Tu-simplicity facilifr Justices DuPont and Para as to t-c j merof the rest his Associate for what he u/ght eonceire Lu there, what ]power c44
whih Islet can be removed or attached, renders arid that in advocating the caae <>f Jatig.* BaiUc.il,
1 Mate la cnneco-i-ary txpcnre. &e., tc. ; lo which Court or any member thereof to nnapl the-attendance citiixsiou of This is when they sea oauji*
an duty polftt undoubtei'.Iy gf
It valual.le in estimatu-n. So I
toast te added the .4partt. viiiEciition oj B. M.iVcrsoa very my thinking, nothing could Le gniucd 1 y adopting hi' style cr
have th* full bunilf fr 'antation.j of a Jndge. Jcflersrin" ; understand it
says lo that the
figure, pu'jl'c
my f
n to hypocruy, Jj raiity, t t-. Lerttyiu.g hiS spirit. No entiy coul I h.vvmade j "

1-; Now. who Tfill wiy af'er rath *n eshi'iition of I Ijaiicibl RICHAHb 11AYWAUI>. Vpr will it do to say that this power cxifts in I hi* case worse than it was, hut it i is l I-. ru'\ pjssltle want of power and authority in the Chief /effcrson, be they i r.?,.r

t' C cspnhil'ty cisr.ity and w..iti oa the ivirt I --a- -- -- purL only as tx minCe of th* j'ul' e> to compel Circuit that I j but simply the illness of Judjs Pearcun which j qterti-its at their' isut

t4thi. cai.-iijnic ; such a.t afall merit, of tbolu'e i A f Km a writiiiij us from WrLieva, Levy couiily, Juigcs to :.ttoni TF.c power, if it exists at JeJersoa" may assist in crushing li.m mare fluted his i nay Irflrn that the (. ,.-

.Uncl-T.: .' -. of po.''iv dify.i a wi-rd tr fno lont the crops : I have, all, exi-t in it* entirety, tn atvoroitlisli all the rnd* protfp'lif with the weigl t of l.is friendship-and if I Irocess.Anot.luir of Florida area '

1 ipsrl *f ifc* ether that C'. II. IniPoi-t lioiJ] not rJTrf witLin a few ceJh:5 trust
4 .Trc fom Marion ScJ Columbia cvunlice. Tlit
prison!. incun.Lent put out. to jiuLe plice fyrhim ? c nu- ohonid do. a* c.ainst. a tlreuit Judge .f the Su- arrest Judge l'tii-u n, was en vrd r ti.tircd [ ctittrs''hat ea ii wa'e-
fT of the plaint i* general cf short Corn cror*, and in Oonrt, Ju le Baltzdl has t execution. V/li'in-t-r he i-. the*itrcnwttt**, that is, .
b The tece clal one the records i>f the CVurt cf which the f>lli> extect cf -uiu.w ,. j
tecu.I at aee I e Oi.\!r-ss. A member of tie court places total f-ilure Coltoj cp to the rre cnt is of the Supniuv ( u.'t.rt Judj s." the brevity whitli lIt |h't-'h"| speaks for itself- exercise ot'tho
Court of the State wf ; t> ;
then at fit hne nlr as h MS orini It i ivntnii in five colnniiss each then ft eciiyAt a Spr.tr.e piw -4
inay y p fisir hat eJ rothirg extra, tonic; entail Here theatt isuratetnrrei'lelue
very except <
iipt inipreffcion duties ., ,
1 .?Vnw. sra 'it cctr.. and Indal!:' in other v titlejnarlv 1 ida, continued and lucid pursuant tu nci1 tlt
and half iu I.-n-rth. In aiai! the
< n Stafford's Pond which I consider for a 'n to replies
pin I that Jn.ljes DuPont and Pi-ftrtm have ?LGiw ./
withcct In hSudranec! crops < but -
nmusctrcnts, or in>rtte > in the C pitol, in the city vf Talljhasjt, oa oily t" te ut
tW cfiic The sr.I j land excellent. The ia in leclireJ in Circuit should cei'Jsr54t DnPont and IVars., Jctftuuon"oheerves!
presidios (iisnj-.po'i.tsue'it eixj-s Levy generally tlml. cau-ea Judge rtfa. day, the 18th! of January, A. D. ISiS ') -th t the \tr\
UfSta1t42.. ueee f pu.i.! : : the braUrg.up arc Letter than t1vr Itere-erov.nJ with truth Jinny have nvoi-lid reading them onacc.
I corn ; fon.e places to attend aft -r ticii.g notic.l, jh-y wonld lo what Jostise the idea that anutliet
cfe eo'Irt 'siI! i.e vIiiv t.' '.ir'. in .;. of tl.oir! It -------.1 that"JtC'eruntn" Honorable Thoma D.uUell, Chief ,
.1.tr- ar.t 1'rtfit l--ngth. : (
little short aid AVithlacoochec failures spr.
nn villi the .iYoTft'f.v '? n oflicer w :;'ift Hy rcfcKr.< I a on tome ; Jndjrr U- limlI Iw* th>ne fi airi't one of th. iu- that Aso .iute Justice Dul'oat ati-1 Pearson Le j hue should have u.

Bi"r ctiiTcr ell than tl-turb I bu* no tar, lx:!i pine m.J Lamuctk. have; tery tine d'-.tu't-J-ulg.-c"-ilur.t; S, C'\e hl.i to le ttr \ itpoa reflection g't5-aw i.' ;tt..t did
t<> W mt hi* fHTSl. pun'u. I tlfScd lo attend Court en Monday next, the any quetfiun involvtc;

P (liP. i I ernpf. Tiii Il&mmock has ia c. ton a tttier pros- rttted! Tiict ;.Ll.'i.- a utitr*-j-r.uUtiou if the poeition j vziiUre inuijec'ii..; his pnnluitioii t. te Mtme in t. for the tiacsaction of Lu.-lucss." [ ....nnd ther may ret
Iherer Chief JastK-e wii' Jlsfrininate too. with risk, and as to the e-ee'.e-a with wl.i.J. \\\v was to
tl.'tii nnial 1 t-hould thre he lh
I lent en no catter-pil- of" *e JuJsfM'niaft toter Lu-s-n known to the this State a ill under
The of all this: that Judge Urd
plain Eujlisii
voiuUrful accrai n. t.eteern ahsesc aaJ retric ;- ** "lleat the sul.ject" it be ol ,servl l tort ;the re-
I '' j tar, end not too much ruin and storm frota thi toi author "Jcfierwn, for th.ir vi\v sire *distinctly" niny | w ho either
from conrt will he wit faV ieafohf ] zell session c.f the through
? ; nor pet a was holding a Supr -mir ug-
tie! end of the eeacop, an extra will be the announced that Identical stilt! has proved there wan at least co LURU in hit j
i > in
.. the rtccrili" except tonc.-onijuodate crop ( n quo-tutu anw the
wmepiTJ and Riruimng that he had the [>oar, it Lad u-iurpution cf
hl iUerest of a ineiutnr of tl.e covit.CVitJiicly mull." < mate esihihition cf it saute tus th
"ith such t-'ain.*, co directly e.erte.1 -- rot.oa cf the Court in aulnet Lad already been arrived nt birp "Jcffer" j I come iifees.iary to a public
Supreme Tar.lsaanctJnlge
iTliinf, w-ili ruch sanction, tndoKtment and The Late Cleclionn. sou" v.-rotf. aol it i* peihaps no unIt of Iua that order these Associates to be nUijitd. TLe : rs.

.pproval.. a* tk-.t cf B. M. Perwn, the right of this The gain mad ly the OpporitionifU in Kentucky B.iker had It-en notified! t> uttc-nd find sit in the he has been unable lo make U ices so. Tl.e result which Judge Dul'ok. tout tt thi* r>n ce !:.nr MADISON"

l .rtl.yetcrexninent candidate! will not Le OeT place of the Chief Justice in Ihe cant of Orifiln vs. j jOrcian -
Teiiiitwee and North! That Such order rustle
Carolira. loi lit. co was rraijy tj
I:i .] KkK.tlty: the p*oplc. but tleciiued to take hi* stat nr.til the Court I| of his labors, cuitJtDd,umonut to this u:(1 nothing Cur Cauress ins-.
i Boine half dozen or more nu-m!f Congress,have Supniae Court, fur it was not IB sec-ion-and isle I'ariJ.
will tliat he of the ii' K.oChitf
ti Who, after nl ihi*. venture to say, thnt they should their call more, approves u-our.e
E dD ut>t the CtfJueiiee. hevc: brorghi uj->n the I grown out of teversl cau1*'*. which may serve a pats upon power to in a Circuit Jii3ticv\ and di.-wippiovs of Itui of I I-A: u-iate. j oadly, that i,(, ot-iLr of a Ccrt was cecr *ary know lathing candj

t .ountry tli* discrvdit i-f this i-xti-sorcirsry proce- j good pcrpose by way of werning In future coutrstf.j Judge.lfter rccapituktii the j-revlou decisions Cons-IL-i-lug who "Jcffcr
I : .i. these of the Court on the point presented by Judge Bsker j ; $ been TalUk.ssee t'j unite i Cviiri a tl'i-rt-ngh canvavef tiie
j Among can es may be f.r-l cit-n'.loned the at ;> furn.icg a
be thIs! little and
u as certbioiy qcitc .is niueii
L j couSdei.ee which the Dcuiocrslicpaityfcltin their and its uniform action in calling in a t'ircuitjuIo i | case Judge Peat son ehonld arrive, end was the u j'u.ion* and teec ,
Could be. The UfsTi whlcJi
; Our Railroad.T"c I whenever one of its members wa-dis panSedthey 33 expected. gliat bo there and had in disgtst and
all thees
I ubiity to orrccme their opininects. This produced at to n-qiusied tuned

:!: 1 are glad to ee that the tract laying is going I a want of ti ilance and ncI; ity, cf which the ad (DuPont amid Pearson,) conclude thus: disturbed the public mind were, aether 0.41- Jude BalUill to communicate with bins it his the voters of the district
on with commendable! rpeed. The PivtMent i* dcYot.d of the Supreme"Court could eoas4.itr.t tiiut Cticrtalone

1 ; heart aud sou! to the entcrpi is*, and in fiftceacrsixteen Tcrery was not slow to take advantage. To despise ".Had the failure! of the Circnit Ja<1 j teen the -and whether sic a JuJj1; or, assuming to Leeuch sliould be needed. "Jefferson" enquire. "V

1' reoiiths at fei theft we expect to be counectcd the strength of an enemy is to pave the way con tqnence of an battte r'fn&l t<> olw the ci- i does he, Judge DuPcnt, conij-litinj'of no crtir i>l I regard a, but a dcticr,
Cocrt he could Ln-threii of
; with the city of Montgomery which will tation. anothtr question, tu!a rer\- grave character, i imprison coequal policyr.o motivr of
for your own defeat Another cause win the hue tiiicutton to attend when his pu'uii>hed litter a
i 1'. a place oem in connection with all the great tjorthern ought have at-lucia, as to the jtoacr of this Coot to [*vrer nnd autl'ority! fr having un opinion than !ite to democ

mid etlpra road. The ronll: then can b* tuken'fronv and cry about the extravag.ince of the Adminis coHjl the attendance of it< nl'-iuberi. Upon| this diifercnt from his au-1 acting upon it ? quefted a RoliUcniko V The obvious and m> I have ehargtj

lion"-always a fruitful iLetnc ft lec1 >lnt. we have no hetitanry to declare that the because there for c/'oVroi"
> faction
is i Jvew York ITt Wa hMigt
I nnd Penwcola to New Orleans in four days; and t lairativn. Tlje cher.ges oa this charge wire rung ini-nibtT of the Court are upon the Exiting of the on the tuljtct. A simple notice fiom hal, | good and only powerful
Havana in five and a hat Vhat a revolniion ia T j jtrtde stud lUo't perfect eqiml) rj--they arc petr'-eu-u-q'u.ul in ] q ie ton3 arose thus- The Supreme Court of the democratic party a/the
I on tiieci-lumn thnt his be needed
trumpeted through might wa
every stump Judge
: and travel this viil!! ir.nke : Instead of eight power and dignity; ; and that u. itiicr one, nor even : State was b}' law directed to be lie!.] on the first prcfetice of the country, and the

: ortenp rwnsairiviugttta tiiu
will come in on the ecru almost uiiily. It will j DcmotTctic orators and newspaper showid tint the dance of the cut hi-i-. Each is responsible only to then and DuPont wu ret present_Judge Pearson was ab son" tiMitrrtar.il the point row ? 1 he criir, black republicat pry

C : Ucotne the! grett ioug'ttre! :: of travel to Xw Ori i I ezI.etlaes of Government weretiie.rcsuH of Congresoua3 urce whence his C"tiiniM is derived and the it was an order, WAS a Judiiiil order, and if it be the duty of all!1 true

4 li-aus, Texa Mexi.o. Central Ami-tied aud the l.6'iition instances the fruits law: has wielv pro\i-led an ample remedy ag.iin sent 'Ihe Court ua continued several it.it must
J 1 "\7 e4 ludies ; and lid but a m*re fraction: of the '. many the cinsequenees of a neglect of duty l Is- the proi.ion in the hope of his an-iviiiir, cn'.il the lth, j neceeuau'to stud appruscJuir.g
We hnll then be rcceiv4rj eta erclitiou of votes tvtu'cen the Clack Reputli- % for rtwvral cal iinpfcfinimt. To hold othirwUe Judge DuPont wa at fault. If it was not tba 1ieee
Ir f
'4 prospei-ify in store T u* when the Cliief u4ici>, conctixiiij that I e was ohseffl j pary tote-
beI I I and Kaow members the would be to shear the hihe.t triUu with the Junctions of _
] ; at least 2OOOLGIaDfCv'oZa (Iera'lnutn. can Nothing -- cry cootie jn'iU-iil it was trilling public accordingly be shvea
without directed Lira I.e for.
cause, to sent -
I ( -til''* coil enough from the lit a coal ocda in AJaLama j j ned, with disastrous ffi-ct. And hire, too, the De- mil of the State of its appropriate dignity; and to Why does not the Chief Justice or the district I endeavored
orlv steam marine 1-iinij it into; utter contempt and ridicrdo. The H>- The Hierilf proceeded to Jacksonville where he and vrbfch I
not oir cwru |
to regard M
4) upfty
tnt VH* Uner; of fcll turm: c tbut. tail upcatha I| mocrccy flay take wari ii., They made prof a Circuit Ju.lg', when cnle! to the HaI'jrv found him in his usual heilth, button succeeding [under_. no matter which name] charge Judge thee best interests of the
.... .
.. I."a"a
: a .1. | ; J "
,1.1expenditures. 'a"L atlrnd
,t our wharves a< *oon as ovr ntir! .:id is consj-K-te'd at \ and succetn? <-nu,;-,,M. IUMII JU. uownj fif'we VnrriioVvfra, 5aiv Tr.nf .1_ ui." ,; .. --- 'f" U wa, srvi I official duties and furnish ins as well the ntoraizfd? -

tt $J ]per ton, when >t casuvt be Jeivtred from ai>yLoithcrn annie onhirt3miliionr.. Bat there is stillroom It compel the attendance of liii itouaor..nude1iaker." ia bed, 5c.Now thereby some excuse ; and wi.ti I f.>un
*. port ut lees than $1O. tio that when we !j twenty who would infer from reading the forego the exercise or attempted exercise Judicial |> tht-lr protftatiou oi id-
for further reduction. Let the This citation shows how Jeffcron"
I take inio coauiaeitttSon the quantity of cotton and i Democratic palpably ing that the Supreme Court was not iu session compel him to their performance? "A fall -* now the mast vil
I I coal, added to the fact that we have the finest and j members we to it that this reduction i I. made and hint misrepresented the opinion of Judges DuPont at abandon them r*
t all between the first derstanding" of JelTcrson's'ohject then
'I abundant of timber and bricks of and PiarsonJone M'un'luyanlthue 18th ? Every might r.anvn3,, leaving loose
inert supply any all |>ouhc! economy introduced and practiced in too, with no other view than
t i I other oeatKH-t in the world, it is uitHcult to conjecture every de1a i-linenS. The Democratic tnassosdciuand to the chit some mpport to thi-t extraordinary body kiiuws, howevc-r.it was not Yet" Jefferson" arrived at, and it would at least leave truth to ::
.iJ the Juturo gre tnest'f this Queen City t>f the informs us that '- the Court was continued several tIe falsehood stripped of its mask. for the good of thor
this service at the hands of their representative. of the Chief; Justice in his attempt to arrest one of
Sotfth at no coy di.Uut day.-Potsttctdc Obttrvtr. No of the
his days thereafter, fcc. One might suppoe that thi Judge Supreme Court cf this State .
;i They do not wL-h the charge of extravagance to associates. Such perversion l.y an anonymous ---
was a careless und innocent of "whatwa any power to make au order for the convention Care.
: come up to "plague them" in the great struggle writer of the declared opinion* of others would ofitsc'f way staling
not in it the Court That matter i is settled refers to he hate I Icatur
reality meant, were not, that under by statute- ;
If at all.! desire to do so as Hepnb3icnr. have been
vf triumph we of I S&4t. Whether true or false.it is always a sufficient, iinleM exposed, to exclude
uadcr the KepuUk.-n banner with Kepubiic.in his all circumstances the minO is driven to reflect how he who does it or attempt it for display, while on the -'uljcctof iLl
r' troublesome charge, keopir.g the communication from ourcolutnns, to nothing
party against
f Staod rd Bearer.-Albany fretting Journal. say easily a fictitious writer could afford to make u can do no harm to any one personally, will be Cincinnati firm fur ta
l Those Americans which it is brorght ever on the di-fensire.--tlu giving of its ill temper find unseemly nhiiio.
That is tolcrab'y emphatic. misstatement in a newspaper,which the Chief Justice ly to attract all the attention he can Jesiie, through th* carotid
a who talk about **Union of the Opj>osiion! ," and the adversary an advantage in the content. Nor hare the friend Judsre Baltiell any entice
cannot fail to in the .
of the State bad the boldness to sensible
enter the appear eyes
iI I \vho are anxions lo tall their Conveuthm at Syracuse There H no cau e, however, f.ir despondency in complaint against the f7oridi l1 on the saaie day as the Ilepublica; n Convention, been of a Court. The order for the arrest of Judge ab'out as formidable and imposing as apply for patents for
the result of the elections. On Lice to remain entirely neutraL Once only have
I will do well to look at Ihis ultimatum -oftheSewariites contrary, they Pearson read : At a Supreme Court of the State Furioso fulminating authority over hi* boots. large AIM at the North
furnish renewed assurance of the of we referred in a partisan manner to the contest between to buses
and what are to bo iu- iniincib'.Iity : secure new
19 a Lanquct they
tL: < see Florida, continued held," tc. "on the 18ih After all, there is a satisfaction in knowing
f wited.Itt the Democratic artv. The two Stites where most him and Judge DuPont, and that was in le Northern firm seems to
If at all desire to do so as ittpu'blzcane. the offensive day of January." "Jefferson" meant to re asseit however the course of the Chief Justice has it elf of* Southern div
: w* triumph we doubt was felt as to the reault-Kentucky and Tcnncese ply lo comparison instituted by theQuin'cy
." is the n&auifratoofThurlow Weed, who this, he meant to state what was not true. If he unlawful, still it proved a l'heccing-fvr be auf much importanc
-are still D -cratic to the is dem- Hrpullic between Judge DuPont and his
I.! in charge the whole Seward program, cud dieXatoato j core, as did not mean that, hula statement in this respect i is informs us that it drove" Judge Pearson in pefpl gf the country
Ix.1 the Rrpublican and all who ulk uniting j| onrtrftted by the large majorities given to the candidates rupportcrs and a fanatical gang of Ohio AboHticniil pr vrntin! monopoly
not so clear a* the public had a right lo from at lan to the performance of 1 his i dutiesthnt
t with them, the conditions upon which the bailieiiiusl of the Democracy f>r Governor. Nor is tUe In othor respect., Jude B.iltzcll line h-i.l a expect ( prove to hi of practical
hi is to take his beat the tenth the i
promise. on at ) the
''ill be fought It is a UcpuUi-ian triumph or aJefcat.which loss of a few members of Corgi es#, i n our judpient: greater use of our column than lila opponent.[ Three upon proper proof"
I : < the eward men avow to be tlieirpolicy But, the Chief JnMiee conetitiny Judge Peai- ary Term."JctTersou". will be cmncclled.
pt a matter to be tanch It is of hale opinion appeared before replies were
regretted. true the Democrats any
L ani I tewanl tiiumph or a defeat, which is whom lii,. Maxwell
I a ?('n to be absent without cause, directed him to be suspected of drawing re
41i th-v have fuilv re'olved may not be tulle iu consequence to control made front any source. Judge DuPont has written
I ]
upon. sent for." Who would from this conclusions from positive faet and rice rera- : experimented in 1851
; J fheold liue'Whig*, and the Americans hare now the organization of the House. But e hat of that ? hot me communication, and every reflecting mind suppose sentcr.ce in

the conditions before them and unlcs they arc iuexcnsal.lv The Black Republicans will not have a must admit that; that wn a necfffnry vindication that it was meant a wairaiit, a Bench warrant had it is supposed tl.it the following extract from a Liberty County,

) oUuse and fetupi.l they will I* able to Majority, been issued for Judge Pearson's apprehension ?- ter written by Judge Pearson to Judge *}>arer has iL
of himself. Baltxe!! in the
and can therefore eject the Judge responded lux succeeding
take the tiint. without WHitife for another kick.I .- only Speaker by n co How mild, dignified, courteous and inoffensive, just before the day fixed for the January Ternlv -
elition witltbeSoutberts so that he I as Junta of Jesse Coe.
I But they have an itching f.raraina with tht Re Kuurv Nothing, who will papers monopoly
4 and hence will cull coni.l1 with IuPunt.e He merely directed him to be sent for." From regarded as IriseS positive that Judge Pnr on of Saturday last usys-
publie.ttie, we auppose. hold the balance of power. But if the Know Notli our space compared Judge
the of another at 'truck ai&l.dicker thi ntfciuct and clear ini-thtulofstatinga; truth tie er intended again to occupy the bench, soul last with the
'1 ulicy attempt ings thus coalesce, to much tl.e worse for them.No .- no: refused, however, to pnLH-h temperate article evening

atyracuav. on tb. tli Y Southern tuember can face lie constituents who from any source, nor shall we exclude such from bur of Florida will of cours-umerstand that here ally that he had pre determined not U do duty Jesse Cut, wliicli took

J.eraeZo/urnteerce ..4aquetll.j the February Term, a* he afterwards did. litre
after when Judge in vacation shall take it into river-
rotes tr a Black -puuic.nn! Sp.-akcr, and should our columns w hen offered. If,therefore, the friend any ApaUcKicoU
j his heed, without authority, to issre a Bench warrant the extract: en of oar county,and
of cither candidate desire will
oJot-nxaLa-Tbe a Sp* tcr be fleeted by such v..tcs the Democracy a hearing, they not
a full understanding" of the Judge' friends to mourn
i Jfews, CjLj>rcsMorriiig a i>J Evening I Herald CLue, will find no difficulty in filling the plaee of tie! recreant i.e denied the privilege of speaking to the public guilt THOMAS many
Sun, Morning Advertiser, at.d Moriiing uu-l Eyrnirj members with better taco at the proper time, through the F7oridicntlough we cannot foi bear may be arrived al" by trying: the Judje c-n- Chief Justice tc TalUhassce!

Star, woreU a.4z.iat i'ariaoxitbe Iwh nit.V .- besides having in tie tut-arwhile an abundance of eaying that the It-fitt said about the matter the bet cciuI, &e. and directed the jierson lobe etttfor.." DEA SIR : the lute Major Jesse CM
-Up to the last I had
The I>olice batily taking ott of the priut-selSer/ Does Jefferson" know that Baltzt-ll moment fully in lie
Judge is 1832. wu
ter will it be fur the credit of the Court and the i imy
w-'iuiio\irs ,f f Pans all carrieatur.s that udght l-e uateriel fur Slit Presidential nee. A ain, an o;> pected believed that I would be able to
I charged by the public as well fti by hi associates promise
State. part of the duties incident to the comin
idi.-plensing to Napolc-on IIL Lute ea with a high offence-no loss than that of Tallahassee, but I am to that tl'e -
close friend, oftue! ,', ungn-J cliivalrwii ioan- *, B-tnkites and advocatcj <>f cray conceivable --- having, sorry say .
I la Jmep.h, Hmju-mr of Austaaand Ye-nitia. uauJ Ciov. Vices under color of his office, assumed powers which did dition of ray eyes 5 is such as to preclude me in
juan uiidir heaven, if they do not qnariel from Georgia of the I2th
opinion ioinjr justice to official
1u ,rrtioip l nieinUr he Italia conf der0Ltitcr *!-- a-nong A private letter from GOT. Wi'c to one B. Don- not belong to him of falsifyirg the record of the my station
,4 f.-om Turin state that all!1 the pvrtr'tof tliernau-Iree. vvi'l [iune into every tierce if -xtMrarance. to myself. I greatly regret the necessity which that George Rodriguez,
of New
n .lly hunt recently got into the Court, and of using thee
Supreme moans a* an thus
papersanti engine
4 imposed some circuit for
cililtu- upon
the Em1.ertr Na1olk'on. which w'rertnl.Iciv Railroau River aiti! Hjrhors of Qniocy, but visors
$ ited, b.uceeulJtulyiflaeparei 'ic etu-o titipcik -" Bij" and Utile tu4uaes-w ill flour'uh am.irin -, created no little stir in President making circles.We to deprue a citizen of u.is liberty ? And does Wine; to take my place. I am now, and liar was found drowsed
do not like the letter for some time past: under flis.Jiuahtt-eutnietutfor
Vclumts. nevertheless it was a "Jefferson" intend that a full understanding of this
_'. 1y. It has ever been thus when the opporition eye*, and my improvement has l>een river,four mile ateti
I private epistle from a warm hearted Virginian overwhelming charge be arrived at very
were ia poser, end what lute been ia the past will may by merely nnd I hope by a cnreful observance of the advice YarborongU's Ferry, i ii
4Pre5i Jont ?Polk' aluaa Urritvrial about traIt> i-son which he vis expected to some that the Chief Justice
stating ,
be able
say concririiiy to
I i on popular corertlgu'y he in lie future. This. too. will mure to the LcneStof Judge my ph\-Miian to nhnre with the labor missing for the pt
1 ate very plainly expressed iu the follow thing by hicorre-porid. it; and while certain expressions Pearson to be absent without cause s directed him the J-eCrnnry! Term et thiplate."
the IKir.ocraey iu UG'V Nothing will be
.;j i iLg extiaetfromluislistannoalme>oCungreu. wanting but a little lark-bone" in I'reei1nt Buchanan hi U may not be very creditable to their to be sent for?". After this specimen of Jeffersonian This letter, which was the Stirling point of !

V "Tiie pevple of the acquire Territorie tc'iet atrtmblri author, the manner in which the letter was made honesty an4 perspicuity, the Ghost of Jeffrie miry great controversy, wa sent to Judge Baltzell
-a veto or two, after the futhlon: of Pierc.e : :
k : i* eort>*ii<,u to fun* Siuervnriitutio><4 will public is digraceful to those who wore guilty of if.U be expected to offer a premium for a "succinct and December, tend it set-ins more than likely that $
rotft** ti.. sole and conclusive dctcnniiivlir by way of checking extr.ivnj.iiit Icgielutioii and
>ower to
that the letter
_. | seems waKeoutideutially shown to- clear" w ay on the ofiloi.il career of that judicial was from this intimation of Jud'e Pearson that INTELLIGENCE
themselves whether shall I IL of ti1 tfi.l muke
k. slavery orsluiioot stopping mons'jre < <> > ex|) ieney. to
: L exit: wUhirj! t'.r: limit Congrs "hall ul.ftainJr what 51-i-nra; e lui turn i--ut .linnta couIy.Oa several gentlemen by the p i>on to whom it waasddru's.eti tyrant, that a full understanding" of his character hoped to be able to share with the labors of steamship Vanderbilt

CI *m iuterf. rirjf with the que tion Uie j cope! if U! e snl'jcct oJ the *-ltcli n cf Sjaker, LI! einteliger.t when it was secretly copied* and thmdivulged. "may be arrived at" w Jefferson" mar say that February Term" that Jefferson" concluded ho Her principal sell

; 1 the Territories will be l lft free to a.lju.t it a. they the public knew the detail, and it was unnecessary not intend to, and therefore felt authorized lo other arrivid She left
of the
Washington corrcjjwndont Jour
think uhe aJininion.
4 may proper they .npjJyfu.r atKcmrcir. Several ne -'papors are m.ikhig thcnsclves qniremrry to repeat them. True-the pnblic did know them, tribute his presence at that term to the process
I b etesinte Caioa. west ; over th5 letter. One p j>er-lie St. Low and understood the Saltzrll the virtues
whole of
_ I- -- a- ('onrrs'ionsi and ntlirr olections in Ken fully sul.jt-ct, and after Judge ; which, unable Static Minister t

The have elected five tncky. North ('an>lii Democracy
jind the Opposition four Ueprect-ntativf to Congress Democratic Administration party have c.it -t.intUlly 3 is now all dough!:. lie has written one letter too and undeniable facts, tire light of Jefferson could -The truth is, if this production of I from WabiagOs

and in the ilh I>ii>tiieilher ia tieltween ;prcvjilc l. At the Mm time, the irrrrrbert f Op-- I much. He lets the cat out of the bag, and is killed not make it clearer. nly had head nctes," it might easily be d States has resol

tliv: Oj 3 ->c ition and P'mocratic condidute By tile save(KioitiuTi the Administration members ofCongresa Democracy elected front i*cufficii-nt the trouble tt with one of his own-e.ictieL; Another-the But, in the fullness! of his sunshine can any*:>ody for a learned opinion of the Ch. J." on the ;la stud w*a*thus declared acqui la**bj-*

law Kentucky, tli'u eiecUan has now to be deviied I and recvuisil-ility of organizing the next H"ue Pittfrbtirg Pott ?* still more facetions- tell what he means, when he says: "The Sheriff tire properties of testimony. ;
kt ia the of the Governor
i < Ij Attorney .
C'enerel f.nd presence Secretary t>f btate, and al least of Reprewntatiie Neither the Democrats nor Wise of Accomae, and lnt gorern<>r Virginia, proceeded to Jacksonville where he found him If it he true a* Jefferson" says, that the I of the London 7t*<*

1 three other person*.-Coluvtbiit Enquirer, AKJ. IC.I the Republicans will have a ni.ijority in the IIou.-, I has niceeeded in going up Uglier and coming d<> n (Pearson) in his usual heal'h, but on the succeeding ate Justices have admitted that the presence of j left 1'arI.'oLoads5.
though the latter may. through the aid, direct br j harder than his nuuin"-ak-t'cuf balloon notoriety. lie the commercial eooditios
It has since been slated that! the opposition caniV indirect of Southern Opposition ineiubcr, secure j has been smothered l-y his own gas." dny, the tlmtfxedfor hi dtmrturt.. he was sick in Judge alone can constitute the court, it makes

.of thrt e. This ir to be hailed with satisfaction a* a remit j a mistake in the Governor, -lie 4 will not be caught honest, and most lucid Jefferson, tell the people and neither! one ncr all of these together can sustained ranch injurr.
favorable to the >AC of the The south the following os 1"
-m cannot Ny the blame IM cf iue-b a country.resolton the North. j capping again, th i ;gh-tlet issome tomfort to his what you mean. Would yon have them believe it so ; and more than all, the Associate :

:7I[ Mt a'Tif>rg those vtlit labor and hope for They must take the bhitii. upon l.iemeivc If a frictiJs, and |>erhun* ail that i is now lull to them. that a time was fixed by the sheriff, or by any one, disavow any inch opinion. They disavowed It in may p for the pi-

itue ,art tm.& ompUte oiithn of Jiuinur., but Republican Speaker a ud Kepub'.ican commit t era be -- -----.- --- for his dtpartnro with Judge Pearson, or for the expunging order, from which "Jefferou" draws may ba wbka
; Atneiicon Your
cvpeciiiWy aIacry. secured, the ioeth cannot MV that the North did it. Pearson all conclusion of that Italians not nly tot it
JIouci: GttrLrr. j Noaru CAKOLIXA.-The election in this State was departure Ju.lge at ? If yon csean [ course,] they meant to avow

Poor fool! thai lo lift his puny arm agrah it the in As the Southern next Hocer Opposition, the KeptiKhcaits will hold outfit the to haul mi-c tire i fir mercbcr of Congress iiijy. Four Demoe.'ats, it, say It ; di'pense for once with ell discreditable! He would have violated for the firsttirne iuie and their show dL'eoarsg to Eur"P*

dcrcJ cf Lcnven. If he abclUhe all skv .ry in them the lead, but this they will not ii.! '. 'I buy viz: Mes r*. Branch, TVipf-low, P.ufiin and Craige, ambiguity, and he true to yourself. Never mind method 'if reasoning if be had done otherwise. Victor Emanuel vJ
Aiaeric* i.e wul have to burn down all the factories
kill! off several sniliiousol the white nvrsof will ue tl.eu. nly as far a* may be necessary for have l been elected, ar.d four OppoMt'.onisU, viz- about the pcUictinve no fear that your character "Jefferson" make more labor for himself than 1 1necessmy. the viclswtudes 'r-,

their own section! and *. far will suffer and be assured that He who the I* ready.hI moment
party purpose veracity r.o one assumed right to say
capital! as well r J to emancipate the S.OUO.Gt u of i Me *r*. Smith, Leaca, Gilmcr and Vance, being A
Ther- will be .
bh-ck slaves at the South. \ erily. flora-, lug a a Speaker; of the muchdvlny lloiue.acd theplnrality>ndtronUein rule choosing unset Democratic loss of two. will be misled by your statement; and then, do premise from which to draw conclusion, ought of the London Jw*'*

IKrcuJeaB task before L'nu.-Avyntta Ditptack.r. be resorted to. ct wasthccas* iuthe 34tli Conjress, yon publish again the sheriffs return, That he have seen thai it was just as easy end would in portion cf tb*

I when Mr. Brinks waschofvo.Rirra J3'1" At an election for Mayor and Aldermen of cnul'l not come to Conrt, being unable to lea re his quite as convincing to fabricate his soldiers! aloes k5P

________ I il DAoERot-s .-A L'tlcr from Plies Poat.s the town Marianua, on Tuesday last, the follow. residence in consequence of hi* health or sickness,** without any premise at alL Conclusion faltM

aay* that azub'inj and whisky dunking fluurich or A FAVIIT cr rsesa.-A party cf i.e- ing gentls-men were elected : tad construe it to mean, and ask the public to believe from false premise amount to nothing more driven out of

_ : there ex'esMVcly. Tangle foot whisky sell for 23 grove recently freed.by a planter of Bayou Sara, For Mayor-.Ja*. F. McClellan. that he would hare been brought but for that caked assertions-simple opinion without 'dref"***
Larrived ereuiugou the Jess K. Bell, ex For Ald rmen- John T..Dsvim, F. R. Pittnjan.K. pnbfibe a
i : Vents a Jrinktoi it will! altnost make a roan clued rutt to their old IIOIIK, to w hlch they are voluntarily ,A. Sander. 1L Su Diekson. Tlio*. M. White, and I j51u
________ i ).Luy.{ : njilf," i rcJ urniu*.-Jft 'fkjf. A*jvfivr. 7/A twit L ThoN N. (;asti-.Vt-ence r.aiAug.. 1*. rf the Lh riff that Le vat nick as an evidence Tt is believed tbat-tfae power of one Jadje offth* Papal JoP",


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I and are rsutveJlertupuLnjtttt "ec- ""- Iheyiruli coi;>xv-siuvi.1011. Valuable nventioM0 AMES & LIVELY, i 18 GOOBS.-186& n.;

to be annexed to Sardinia.ARRIVAL I 1' The mull-reigned announces --SADDi.ES1"IARlmssu I Spring Stycs.rpTI *.
himself c8cuiii for CouMy Surveyrr lit the PEELEB.'SICONOMICAl ."
I FROM IJARBADOES.Iliurax a S,Uetii t..s are now t-pet.ini tl! !| SPIt INU
ensuing Octob'er election.: I. If. ELAKE. : AND VARIETY STEEL BLADE' CARRIAGES.Ii. -1tLtre :.- J_ STOCK It i. the lar:eft atd best jt-Mcted
i Aug IS.-By en arrival this port, Ii -._ _a.:___ I tFrIaoerevIlefeIfortcht rt
i we bate liter ad\kf frcc Butbndue. Ni btenglie. nUBJJFF. HP Xj O -vv I e snie Snrfcj. ;
: f tin tsoaI csri.ty. Weftamneafex'
! emxtensive plurf-r. bt ISIs ropir factorymi ftir We r.uihorizcd to'm nnJ1n :c f : Vwh piLl! be tfl f
I[ are { *( M: nr'wl.v f> .4..pnttrrcnt.rui happy <
: machine t>y tr'. Hi* low is a loat two hundredtfunMcd Patented June 21 JF', 18 9. iV ..tr'tMfri
! pounds stcrliny.Sprrinl Mr. DANIEL JCitNN a* a (': ;l1altt fir shtiiff i! --(1---- .. <.r..U r.i'i: 'r n.yes. ct lie mime to '

-, .. of Leon County nt the diction in October next The Most Economical Convenient and Efficient -aJjJ the puLLV .
: Cultivator Ever.Inveated. t DRY GOODS.vr !
i Ucticcs. DC7" We arc authorized to announce | -4e1 --- ( ;= L if r.n.j Ii:! Oenl.rr'. by tL' 're r4C":

P.ICIIAKD! SAUMJlTKS candidate for .dec- | lIEN properly made, end LI><>.?' if i it do n t '- ( vr-t. Striper:. Us .fil Pti t.. f,.r i'nai.mwcir.
- - -- as a re I : \
l-vrmfi.y ',\: V\T thus prove itsel' I I brreia plcigfl i.so.t! to t-f: II II I-} V.! : |-v cr-1 Vcrrr.i Hdlfi"_. F T ..ii:J. in iri.'r'i k
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: !:I ;\" I \ lion; to the office of Sheriff of Lion county at the JJt.lc.
Ir.r- Lp-ti. (1. $:. Pree
I return the m n.y to thouc who jAircLa.-e rijl.t; fur I I MVortmrct (I -- .
WHAT IS IT ? I election in October seit. their plxli ntl<.". i TMHE tin Jer '2 ed. LaVinj purchased the tcck ta Trttttt-rV, Lure CtT"ks.'&?. *c.tf.. CotTonnJct. lJ"
| JL trails of the late I). K bull and taki'eg the) : w Hknftwo F LA : .., ii i rUmro licJ
THAT -.JISTICI' TlIE-PI R"rauiUiI but one Stf ck for any kind) of a Blad. ) : SripM Sf.ecrijij ; Shrting
: VrONDLUIlL PURIFYING AGENT I : OF I stand Ci> l Ctvhcoe : t
, ten of which nay l lee put on, fait. ned], and takuu off.I, I j 1'urnltcre. "
Dai) II\'$ licr.lnlntiic: Fluid j jI Vc arc requested to announce iu one iMMiite.I I the busin'i in nil 1 i's: I r.ii.thcs. trusting by strict uttention t lIE now receivirr i !'try: nod frt.'h supply of > THE
I to tueiieea to receive a li'sual l pair .rt rs. CL every \_Ilety <'f:.ti-l3!: kept! by Dru_; iilJ.
1 1I E candid. for the adapted to 11>d.) IM..n. I Tl-iJc.'ta'l: general ciltivatioii (
I fin it a Airrfiitearfrv.. Jt i* I/, ..t.lIltlf IarmtHrfarrk. EDWAP.D M. 1VEVT. q.. as a ite I J. I-.. FUKDY.CiJ PLANTERS, Pllr.jrlA.YS. i i r'wti; arid frd Lbi-a Xuiv! ". .
and IM tumid iuto duiible ii
It i* a (frtvi7ij f fcitnfift Mill! :| office of Justice of the JVace for Leon county at the may a plow I Tallahassee, Jul 16. 1859. I I O.:z.I *'. 10.1 I ifi/Cft I.u'x.,
desired nn.1] i ii .t.Is'ruceoi: i that a stcd f/anter! may fond other, tiitl:! aiwave! !nJ t at this cat-sUis.h'ne-it a
I in a t'b: "iiiviil Ut-i'-n ol' I...ris!.. pnivided liy ending .lection in October next. I -- ------- L-f.ntifki: Frtttli CLirtz Jaef-ntjin, Rwl'M.f'iinted .
-r FT be attached lit it, thu cat of which will not exceed full supply! of tv 'ry ti-tr: u eikd! iu our 'tv ami rn !I Irs
:ature Irtit -li. for n-iidc-rj r-uie the sir we -- -- --- -- one .'.}!"r. 250,000 Acres of Railroad liberal terna ri they tan be ,had iii *';y Southern t L.1I CS ant llL: ,!in.!, .
-.<*. It. aci-'t U in .,b<> I Every pact is an I t.iUe to by pr'mply: ct- |
QIH'K( St'Ri' : :, rOWKKFt'L: j' the lIb of Aupuot. hr the l:>r. An'fi'r'on J. Pectin i The st'>tL. which tiay be made of iam<>n pine Lands for Sale.rpIIESE I tcn.j..t! to nil-1 filed with tie: sauce c..irtlte as ifr.r I I .ICcjtl:.:. Print*. f->R.e renliy beutifu!,

1t pa2ii..i .:r.. 1ir.:'", .bk.. J.itc.l.'o" I Mr. MICHAEL O EAYOE lo MJM AM.IE J. JOHN'j i: plutik. n ao simply t mstmclfd an I there .iu no land are cornposid of i\i\ il'rnr.te serI c.1f.url.h:1t.td: by Cust-irer. To C,:!! end 1 I feki-ti. "Iwle-'lraetilile. peat if tru,'.)

It reei'ir .II! <>1..iv.
It curer Unu witli inflict *ttitinty ; county Florida. reu.hiy put up by the con.imnie Smith after oustobtain'tu I ifiautC'J by (lie United States .eeI State of : can fcivc tLcui c..tire PA !f.j.ti'D. Ci-t.S OCK CJMJ J! Ez.Lwi.cr..1:: C..Uu I

Itil llie Kt-t pr-p:",t:<>!t tH'r u'ml !ha fr..shTOUII'!". ___ I,1 : a ..>rr..rt r tll.'rol. The opinion of all vrb<, I i IIulJ4 to lIi.i in builuin this read. Those u.,w 0- I-IIS"- j I.Jnfla. Ca SftWf al! tgetioi! .! ai.iinaJ jv.i.n : ----,1,1l1rlu' hare t'nII.J tri d 1 r. U that it will be 'he'I f'r".1 l are loc.-ktvvl n that part of the line eituijii-c; I Ore;:. Dye c;11'1. I Rill. *. Par soi, l bnc.p.lhtton"} n.-Liin5. 1

It itUcrri in a few .?cud the t>ittcf iutcteIees. ONLY PLOW USED j jas j: fioti TalluLassce to A'n;a'or, a Hstatoe <-f 105inil M..dicil. VantsLs. t T II p\.s. TLresJ. N,edlei, Plies,
{. I 4 -s. Moet of them are in the rinily of au,1 l t ..t I CI.'ml'\s.: Pu'ty, II A T S ;
It raltr lioi'4 w! 411 '.l1li",1' ; ---- -- : = I anon a* its mC'l its ire generally known and that, of the Suwannee River. Tliej tmbruct ev 'ry vaii- Perfumery.1'iiiiiti B-ruins TIcIJ, f A flue u.C't'mn Black Caisimere. Sneirr. rlil .

It 0<>utLe. ln>." yenrs plhtr it will be hit a small tty of soil from lands amiable merely f>r timber and CVi.phine. .. j Cable. I'arit Drsb. Ctez.-ns, IiroiulwoFiante '

rVTE are nor recta in: .nr u'u31.iI "lpl".r"f 1 1I part "f preeiit plow otpeusi beinii not only Ito navel torts, to the moat valuable) dftcripiiuu Jur the 1 Oi!J. Gluts Ware, ,.. Aiti'tn.: Retpire. l.remhon. C.l' ,.

It.* J"l f'-r rar'.anc!... ,1N'fIIn" eni l *ap'. \"indoGlas*. I toe, I'&rl'"fLier. F'l.re.ee, P.czeaeu.i. .

It d ..,_ til' t.ttj .".! I'uri'jitlio liratli ; the insptction vt, plat: .ter. and puShc! o-ii -nillv.. I Furmeri way fit tln-ir 'e.u' supply of Scuter, Hi!... Com. 'l'Aceo an.1 i otbi .egiioieltnraIrcnucs Fins Tooth and Ilat Manufactured 'I'utacc., tl.nI! li'lhY eLect.CLOTJJIXG'. -
"lid w,.rtt .}-nip; :.K.i lIfT plc.id itnl Sc tlt FefrrSr I HOPKINS[ k MEOINNISS.Ai'g20. SliovcN ,oJ -.pzi[ for ties ttclt'k. and eveo knr k I of Florida. A la'gc proportion! nre pine 'knit b.i>od t JII..hcl' P..ttlt 1f"lirlhe. I. '
rjit'.gjted J y sl.p u." ,.f llii! Fui! l ; it lii: 1 lccoIn 1659. St j I the a' ings off their! wroujh' Turning Plows and fir !I on clay with dense and large forest gro tb. ruen.b- I Paint Bru l-e!, Fine Havno.i Segare (Cc.PeIgr.res. .

>>%iitoch<*fk ttu-cprpajof Typliuid! Fever in Fauili -- fur ll'is. lin: much the l beet puce It1 lsof Baker c-junty. Oer burgieal Jn :rUmLtjl. I iliJ.ciiie Chests : SaCkS F rob and Cati. cf tfi'.uo' Clot .

.., wl ujxm J 1LflaTIfli. !! New Wheat Flour.. ---1 -0- ;i.l. with the ditfcn-nre in their f.ivor that! eliii.iti? suited to riautatii.n and Family! ose, Trap tie Eta. &e Ac. Pr.ntf all! !laif-*. from bet

I/ialin plij nieut' are u in; it in ClmrleBtfn. Cc- _, t4'J I"S II and protimity tu thee seaboard male them admirably I IaJaplc..d rtnE'INE3 'BI'.\SDnS-rcr: I C.inere .n'J Fancy 1.1'1. 11,1111. dowry to cc'vansoeiOrenita.
iosibit. Sarau'nah: Au u\la. Atlanta. M (m. C..lum. I 00 HAIUELSEW \\HEAT FLOUR, 'or f..r the pr duction of Sea I.iinn-i Cotton pod i jiiD.ciyjL purjcset. : V.-a. ..f a1: .trU. SLir!!. UwTerJiiru anti

Lu *lost-imcr Seiinju: Iulje l : *rrl New Orkati.1 aety! HOPKINS A MKGLNNISS.0. ill1IU1ii SIIg r. The lxt corumetxlation! of these LnHs will I -ALSO- I Dr.eeeis II. erg I all!l *rls. C-Un &toe2!. TWs
1 tepitai! of New Oilcan nud Mobile are -O. IS.''!. 8tSoulheifi ; ..JJlSTRIHUTOR) [ l he fond in the crop of coin tuar cane, long and COO OUrCCES 3UL.PII QUININE. G..ves: and Pe'iNtt H"n.'..d.t.! .. .

t14'2 i'. I Flows, Corn Shelters ic. I pla..rts(3).Ie) ] ci-ttou i:.v. fr'nini:! on them nnd a.!jv D. II AMi l! ii LInLY.I I IIELI & BOOTS. .
ceciL ascii similar! I hll.J.i.) b thee asieh.ing to l'urI I
IIILn lJs. t'f'"rjnr.a'i"r.I. .1.ip! ms tfr*, mllnuf"l'tu Patented June 21 lltt 1S51) I ; M.iy 14, U..3. 20
Url tLteIi. r,1tJ'ician\ (untihed t.\ the go&.uu itrcjoeed A. F. JL11 Ell & CO., chase are rrqacstn! to call aril' i-samhiP. Ihe pur- I ".- -------- A very L'r3e ''lII\rt:tnt of the test m"krr..tLft'.le" 5%

r' .. Xo. 51 VI3SKY STKIIET I A DAPTHI) to the sotk ii:s nnd distrihiutjienf!! ( any J cbanrs will lave access i-> \\i .lL the Gulf and Allan UPEfiIOR BURNING FLUID, Ji-nt'emen! tixl the rising geueratioc-nil! '

tWae Lj Jitigjij's and 'aory mcrchsn' (rroeIr. SEW TOKK CITY. :\_ kind of n-.nnure and Artihzcis: ..li'?lLer :fu.e <.rooaice. til ports cf ri'iruijj! to \\l.ub our roau'snre now bnilt I Style!, kind. and price*.

ta! .frjTl trtKini order tire rrfi rtfullj s>Ji Try at 'least
,dreciLei.: S Mnchaiit ant' DtM'ersiu AURICILTIBALI at a tnfl.uj, co st. Any planter jrii in; it..1 I Main Trunk rond .f ( cerge' toe riin ipnl p. it of I For sale by AMES 4 LIVELY NOTIONS. PERFUMERY.:

:I3Iaofcturtt1 .)u1y it>tI-c Latiaratrrj of I >irtrMiNT that (hv arc still VANLFACIIRJNO allkitxNnf I fair tiin) aird fiin.in; : the above to be nit tiue will these lands will be in Un I.Qurrlnd..f Sir.irrnh.lliy Msyh4iS3. 20 CROCKERY. 'OLAS3 JVARU.SADDLER7. .

J. HARBY. Au1mrn. Al-u both >tcel wild Iron Sorrii t.> ;'j.Htrl.ow j I have his money n lurnl" art eel presat i.i al.-tit 21 ln-u.-a: travel of' both I ------- -_. -- --- TIN WARE, Ac, Ac,
For s1o in Tt.Vuihiii'ree by AMES 4 t LIVELY, CA'TI>CSCoax, n.LuRii. Onus Clan .:<, 1I.n- awl l lSrtK I One of the ,p-eate labor saving; IUT'ctioDS-t1Il' CharVstmi nod Savannah by steamer to F
and by Di ncjps!* p-nernly! tl.itmglxjut the Stale.y. I anJ CANAL CCTTCRS.CAUR FAN MILLS. < SLI.ML.NT
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B.-IVlM* irUliV.g: se.! i.rn, water. Ac, an- tc. MS., CAstisas --0 11I11115Tere granted f.T 1 Koii'road pur|".:jcs &l thee! Corn Starch, Tees S'rgarsC-uffees,Wines. Brandie: .lice, Flenir, .
itc. .I.f I the !
k.Jr7.cJcItbane it doDO uu rea(>'>nhb!np. Can'ile., Hlmll..Srice9, Candies. Eurning; FlniJ! '
I'u. J. D.tbY.1aidi AMJ 1l'R1Il1."L.hrl.pass. FT either ..f the are 111..l\t.o1.r; -.>njto become <- of iron for the rood Hlrrndv i" i<:< 'I. <,i .]I.e JL j gz and OHio! Tobacco Scoff Ctgarj. and PijM,Y.K t nc**.
TVBAL Mactirion'Sont.[ Cakes. B..i.ce II. eCustsrrK! ht1'rl ire.loUerehcdJrehbv
12. HS3. Il-ly : FEISTILIZEItS. : splits f>r the ale! of rights, now luvo an op' gradiu of which I i. >a r. ; .J pr" n-s of complt: 'tun.To : Ser.j'incs; Pre'erT rs, Saucts, ricLlff, &.lv Silt, ar.Jo
Cc, le... which wr a. !U 1 at LOWER than I AMES ct LIVELY.Miy21.1S59. .
rUlli silly I portunitv for great grai.t ilTti.-l.llin, .I. c. t. (th i puiclufeof iron.) pio:uptva'ts on. Iu facr, every thlufj usually want- J la a fain i
I other house ill the Ui.Jted; SL.t 21Congress I
One .nii' 71u t I'rrtnlriit, ant at the name \VrbveaDe I | .
invite the i j.medi.ttrateeelion .,
Address I; ". JAME PCrLEl, life dei-irablis and' I iI!. Mid prh.ys n.t that arc not.
Itll"IN i$31imiOki&i.I l pjcojl jirr that .'"'0"11' tonic foClipt ". \VhoI *aV! Priced' Catalnu.-nbdi will '
fl..h..I'll' ..e,pr .n wmw I" ..".1.- mOjftdntly! l.rinpint; f wh: tl'I"'t'roll.1"-. i' in plieatit-u by m.til; or o.lit.ru let. Ail 'I ICondi My eon. A. J. PEELER. si il! net us my a;ent at | larly incindiriU and r.jiatie3 c.sirou.f pufc!*,. I Water. I tarms. McNAUU UT. UMCN D i CO.
..r. JUwVaer.dB .trrlC.t..J to boo as reprttcnv; I. nutiMirized' fill Individual i.' in II
tli nnl Coun- 1t9. 15
place u to : Urge quiiti'ilifs.Ttaiis Newport. Apiil ?.
A FREill sLi'I'LY tid nlfurmle I I
.It.r..ft.1! aol alchrste.1 ::i> N'i.n.haituce 'I A. 1)1..\IJEH. i CO.Sen1 | just r( .
I I' t v. N' S-tMe Ri.'bt?, or asi-nfs fee. tin pale ofbe -One thir.l cast., twJ the l-abnce in one
< -' iti (i.rrnr. to. p'lblic vuh > uit.l > nnfanU f.'r Price List. tnipov Jby AYES i I.I nrr.
our N.I. 54 V--v N. Y. j jSunftstf .
> Tie8rc.rftV mnJ '1 b: .nl i N. JAMES PEELER. an I two with ei0'Lt t.t. iuttrett ..tleannn.illy
C t Ague. c *
at.-miy nuny
.ucfitiiinpdmBuJ yeses per pa) .
14, Itlilt. 20 JCHS B. CAtB2/.ITIf. .T. w. P3SVAKD. JK.Galbraith
to Jol.n Masher! dVh. .tab j I May ,
UMy nn-l.' r ;hr.'t.r.: .1! (bt> ur.n aluee f in advnnee.Kctlkrs .
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aite4i'h iiA i ( Lihe! i thw btiir.. i.i '
** Em > 111 r'r.uali..n onoyn'efl.ni *s I sJU.) j __ i
tJie I.nJ tt n.ale immediate
-- -- MI c are requenrol 1 -
i111t. J!. J at t1if..n< rortueturenf the \7MtcIead. : & Brevard:
.Ati. :' 1:::':. :iliiiPitOSSI'Z I
leo .n4 \: -, tr Iiierse.k.mt.J: i'Limaih Cut'rt Medical College of the apicati"n[ tome bj )Ietr nt Tallahassee.VALTEItOVYXX. ,
tall.. uirjic...- -- - -- -- 1 'I \ IXI! RA i nd No. 1-Uruijud in pure Uo- I 'ZTOENErYS -T L.A.VT,

l. v..i48oJH PATENT State of South Carolina. Ag"-nt I'oi. A Ceo. R U Co. 'I PURE Oil just received ai-d f.. sale' byAMEi i
.' .. TAH.AHAS.-K1', 'LflRWA.JnTy
"4rc-'a's a" : "I''rall'( n.' .1 orpryubJraiJ : ,
I LJ\.F-"VELDED : Ju' lv 1.) lf'5). Sl-fim & LIVELY.Myl.1U0. .
a- as".n..lt 19 c..inoLuwuttflt ci>:i. n.of rplIK: ANNTAL COURSE OF LECTURES IX I ___ I 23. 1JI9. tQ
IISOE: BOIIE 21 ___ _____
--- i _1. tiiiirn !'in'!! n will c iiitni'iio*' o.i the MCoiidJojtiav Hides Beeswax &c. -.-.-- -- ,I u
tuife.V1m1tt'ZCUtl in Nt>viin!I..r. on l he folUm! in;: brancluAiiatosiiy -*: "1" EMOXS: Gunva "'Id Cuireut .Klli.s. Prnneii. : Spring & Slimmer
1 1 : ( 1 -TjEUY article nccis nrv" to DRILL the TUHE -J. E I1OLHROOK, M I) rrMIE lit.hcat market pncu sell! be paid 10 c,'hJL JJ I'e.rs, Surdii.e, Pkkled O'etereRre.iJy Fe.idiPreserved : .

: I I JJJ I'LAILS aiiJ to fcEl THE TUUES iu the I l'heeiokgy-JA: M I US: MOl-LTR1E. M. D. or nier.-h.in: .:lize fur Itld.'". Ve w:'x and rtLircountry ci, Lexicons, OraiiK-t. Piu AppbaaudGII.J GOODS lH39CD !

r. i I be,t unia-r., Seri-ry-J. J. C JIlSO LI.1. I D. j.ioduce.) by D. C. WILSON L fcON. : .T. Oreni Gage Marma'iule, Leiium Syrup. Rap-

27 We u: .. .iUiLorizod to announce I Tul:* I'LCANEli-5. Stee-Wir! nud \VhaleboneBRUSHES. I Institute Iu.t l Pi art ice-i:. JEDDIXOS.) M D. July 30. !b09. SI bury do. Straw berry d,.. Pine Apple di,.. neil l GiuIT -_ .-- .-- j'

: Mauri.i Mc.ii-a-11EXRY It FKO: >T. M. D. < r d.. Hii'j'bt'rrv! Vinegar Fresh Salmon. L.b.ter.Haddock. I ,,".; : : now ffif'. "j
D.: IlOftl'C. E". a* a caii.lUUte f.. Associate I I Tjihta Ur ARTESIAN WELI5. (e., Screwed i Olwtetiic-.-TiiriS.I PKIOLKAU.: : M. D. "NEW'GOUDSllEWlOdDSri7E I IJ.ilhi.ut! unj"aLad.. Assorted Pickle, iog :1 IlIr:1'lID u..n f.-'f .

J-e 'of the $M}>n.tn l.rt cf Ute State, at the I trpKbet, Ca-h on both *ide iI. or with Cimplius! either i a.emUtry-C. U. SHEPl'AHD.ll IXDeni"n"ra'or I Scotch Ale and PorUr. assoTttnctotSPRL\ (J 11
OcloWr c.tMiom. OCl.J,. i1sik! I aihl A..i i.-tunt Pn'feusor \unto'l 'Ut t 30,000 Havana SegarsAME d-SUMMER CLOT/-M&fr* I h
n-.y- \ \ lire \ neeivm? our St t'oCk of SPRING Jt & IVELY.M .
r"Y authorized to [ Cs I'laTt Street, New York. Ai'fii-taiit L trator vl A > > I lS-9. 21 1.\ a. Gentlemen's > < i
e are announce I ID. 1 rnu> Au.tllmj-SA SUMMER: GOODS) 1'loichTe will sell very .v !I. I
A CO. 18 8, --- -- -- -- od cf % .
'\'ID 8. Y.'ALXEC. tU* 'it}. u a (: nJJ.Uttbe I Ifdi' --S. Sl2niU.MTIiTlZcL'OXALD I Ia Lon.)1 I). I low fur '.& and to prompt pacing Custoun.-rs, Cod Liver Oil.FRFSH I uibhlrig g. every :S4t.i1t4 *
CLINICAL LECTURES: ae delivered twice awe I' i aeacoptinuynutts cloth- *C A A.iV''
.J3..f'.t AwoL-Lite Ju'4iee of tile Cunxi'UiMy in jmrt axf'JIum : C
Siyirtme & CO'S,; 't II.t tli.ilii'iie All"l ROJMT, H.t/'pia"; by the I I'IIUt'I'nh-d'.BI[ : .us'! ioic. '----- i ., -
Coat J f1nriJa lA I:' etn-ni.; .4ccjut.t & Commission I l'hy.idana.1 S'iriiwiii of tliiirtitution.: AI..I! in the Dress Goods : : Ciark i C.. P.-.shtoii'n.1 i ,
__ btrtisiag j I I !
Jjaust -
.h Ward the l Ho. l the Profis .\ I'O.--
Futility in Ktfpcr -pt.111 For Je by AMIS A LIYKLY.Mnv : ,
The bi cu..l, (r lIon. eUAS. I Double SLirt :il:. (irtruidiiie Kobe a Lu'/o, I
113. 102 NASSAU STREET seer iNurg.-ry. Robe Lnize Silk, Double Skirts, 21. 1f9. 21 I IrJ A fu: supjjy of ni.-i'J acid C liLC1..L! ,.
}L DcI'i'XT anMt Isi-.u m a aaJidxte fi-rth* IdEW YORK. The Anatomical Rooms will: Iw oprne-l earls in | Lot It.y.ideriSilk, Las Bayade.e, j --- Black and Fai.rv Spuejr O.'ciintu*,
t'ST :
Udir thee diirvtiott of the Di.iuon JF.CEIYEf'ri.ly..IMI.ALLI; I'
ke cf C1 Ivf JnMic vl I'tHt Suj'tBe Court of Double JufH Orgaudiea i Double Skirts Jaconet, ; Hair Restorer end tilobalsammntor Silk. ,nd Mdr.eille:! < V..;uiv:. N
AJl'"l'rti."TJ"PI.t. will! be rewive.1 1 as above, fir pnbcattn and Lectures delivered.I11.NKY. tta.'r'l irt" Kobe a Lsize" i Pluck' Drub Dele. Alpacen.: Arsliim (11.! "",
l1.erid.a. sale AMES & LIVELY.
in tlis II : R.FRO.-T. M. D. I by
'j'"r.; I Broti and Fj illli:
Organ he Robe a Lahe. La It'a.rre") t nel1\r -ga: ,
-------- May 21. 1M? 21
.AI 2.'. l3. :a C. l.- 09. Si-v
August ,
Duck and I'lain Linen
<\c. YOXGE if.t t p..Leaglceiuic.. D..ubickirt Uareges,
tF Esq.. -- -- --- --- ---
--- -- --
-- Almedas. I Rube l a .Laze": I I Brown. Ciey and 0LttU SiTla.ixed Spr nj C cliifTJ
Fk>ri<.. In!..! '-d hy M* fri ftid* to the. ViTMrri: LAWTON & cO I ICII.tItLLSTON Taylor's Cotton Gins. 'I tlttDrtv, Lets Dajud..re" Enarlish Linseed Oil, I for suit*. .

-t.n ,.it:.' :..:.! fr eketis's to thCouit tom. ,f As FAOTORS. Foity-fiveaud FitLy haw GUJJ aUii\: IV l'liHt' ARTICLE boiled and raw. l'ursJe.! All! of "hi..b'e lire p'pnred 1 t" miuiufapliire

Me:. JIb 1.t..r the 'ii.rtaie ou the ir4soih1 I I7VORTY and for Mir ItvllOPKIXS ]Mantillas I .JL_ by the Cask or gallon. I promptly in the best soil luOJt fatbi! niLfe luaubir.
S. C. t Jt MI1ISS. __ AMES .r Ot4.-r
_.. %VM. M. LAW i ox. r. U.-.9. u2- I EMBROIDERIES LACES RIBBONS &C. I May 21. I' :9. 21 PRATOR1US JL CLARK.
-- --- --- -- Atiffua ,
r. v."Axv.T.ifHr! r.COT.WIXO. -- I .
: Wr. nul.ri.r.t.-d: tll nnnonnce :: .: l L.\ \\ TO:;, jt.Uotiee. I FJROW'S ioi'nic? fYLt'\DER! l piobroidered: Collars j Ril U>ii Tiimnivd c.'lIars.1 CCIDIJoundGentiiiri -May 23_,._1839._._--- 52 -_.- -
Enibroidered Skirt. 1..llic. OKJ Ii.,
I ". | [ :
P. i iOl.LAM, E .. St' t'IIl&tlUa'! for AMO A tu. II2S' :1-(11
f GO SAW GIN I J..1.dil'lI and MO! 'II V..i.-l 1 JlIIl..Jkt're: icf" MS 32. m7 HT13S: .if O f I "W .l .I .6 r
i.Ijp. J.ti.e. at tat .:..h'i e1tit'u Cctcber :
I Mar..it'! CoiIir. White ate'. (colored! 5 .
) BiriEKS arc ar. ir-faJIible! :: ) re-.cdy fur !
f. t. I .\ xcINVflNTIN. I Ss-iea acid Jaeo.nt't }1''lII'in .
.-- tn3'. after .lAc', the cnuersiKned will to ii .; JL r>iitou3aiidali: I uimirderi ariiui lion a Ueraiined I FLORIDA RAIL IAD.: OFFHE I
-- -- --- ----- JI'I.t :"- : it
SIX .ile br IIOPKIXS: A MCOISXISS.AIR. EJg.eg In6trtinLrs. J
lr" Thie Hun. JGE. !cC.\STS tat1Ii4e j I IK #ji., il aiVour.t aii-i Tfiucbers! to the JuJ 'ef I For ". Real J.ir.t'n e/'iidiii'ii: of the ,diifitive 'r.RI18. D\--Vsft.| | : D:Litj j Faaax'cr.t. ILL .u.' ,,, 18v. j jTOTICR f
U. I1t'. ::? !
.. IVnbate of '.too':1 eininti, nil apply f>r n final .Ls.vUrjct I .t Giidlos for Trimtniii Basque I ity.I.I\r iton1l.ernt Low Srets; Wait I.r Arpctire. U Le-. U ; item that! on and after thi
-- '- ;
.. i reit.ted I bill fri % -- stile
lm4ey V **< Ac. For by AMES JL Ln IL: Y.
fnoi tie ; "i oil th< tstato i-f II A.deoo.tU Fancy Dress Trimniings ,Bonnet 1t;!bt.tIII. .l.it S-pterr..i-r! n. xt, the far "f height "is
to UM rwUr. of 1.e Kurte for it'.tn? the office Just Received I May 21. 1S3'J.! 211)1S0LUTI0N
to .
fciwtucr, lain >f 6uid nxint\. Ruben DllIia" |F.incy A I'laII; Belt Rib'n _.. Lie road .ill-e increase
--- ------ -- ----
.\'JIIOCi.te Jauib'eilw; Srif' Courto tintCrrt j jV I J. P.. JEFFCOAT, Adm'r.A Dy Lns1 S"ten,3.n.cr" Feather Ed;o Trimming hiblmn. A. H. COLE Sprint iJent.
1:1 Ort..wr ;. 20. i.j.: ; 2 i-Cm OFCOPARTNERSHIP. June !5. 1RJ9. J-10w<
) av tse'.tc : FLOL'I and Iclsck'dvet: I
._. --. 10D.Imr jj l Fancy Kibbons _. -. --.. -
-- -- ---- --- --
_. bISSOLL'TIDN Soynr. Chantilly Veil. FauJ-y i Pl.\:n Pwhrs .
e aa-: autLorizt-l to announce 2 1.1.: Drir.1 Dctf I I LADIES DBESS GOODS
French Flowers Par.sols t Faiu>
[ITS ER511II' b..rt'I"vrf be1
._ CIJPA '
ALlIXAXDtU McDGN'ALD a ctndidat for COPARTNSHSHIP.rl'IIE 3 1A!.. Lard t rflhlE ecistileg ;
He l II. Fills 4 DatiU C. .Vii3--n.inJ
I 3 Ti.rc !Um.lOCa \ FANCY STAPLE twetri :iry t J Oil ernic 0.
A eL-t4. Ju.r mt th r"1 rt nf flira. : It'le
( UIiThVtC. _. c <-.i iii.iei.ip I.-rrti. n- <'r.s'iis! b twe n 10 o'ks Coffee, the name cud of | .
- -- -- -- -- -- ii.--: G-OODS
L J. 'jh V.Vnr and L. Dim.hein' :' r in the M. : i
czvvTeuLr. r- -L.. ., ", II. B. FITTS & CO., JLSB9
"h.lit ,r.Hln! CiMin M. In'r the 11017"11I.1 CinJ I R. A. JB.Ay. Fancy Brilliants, |Oliabtir '.
r.ydm: We art, 1 Iori'CIl! t.; annnlll1'C I, Clt J UKHEH.A: |[ANNHiiMEi.i4thMdiyilK; :>...II'.1I ClK-aplorca.il.. ft.' 1 b:9. 52 Jlu Jll1s. .Brow Shirtings" Ii ll.ii d.iy .h.?ol red by mutual eooteut. t
J. VAYLUS DAkilSma *. .1: i: .b fr tile o11ieict i I by w.itiml e iieiit. All pei- 'ii$ l.dJ"LI.i.u.: ; ) < --. -- ---. -- -- -- a Prints me.aeb" David O. Wilson: is appointed muTer agent to close A TD.O. -
iiI 44 44 Enslitli; rrin ,. d. Brown Dulls:! up the business of raid vopaitnorsbip! I
a':4il" tilt" firm
w lheii for l .
i proi.t liq'III..il'I",
JvAe d; tll" .u'.ile Judu! :>.! Cl. vli: of llorlda, Notice.TIRING II. H. ..1T1'8.I I -VV-Xx..SON'S.
.1I th-i** i idriti4) re ,-lfitf.l: llo make pavnfi.t 4-4 Fienrh j j Ministers PIad ,
5\t1.t ern: <'. ,I.. ..4cetiusi.r I Lilt ear'.i: *' c. iv"J 'nce. a. it i i. dr..irous unit the my aW-i.ee lr..ui the State DANIEL Wbite oi Col'd Mar c.'ln'S.! A r.r.-n(11C kII.I D. C. WILSON. -- - -

- -- od! Wine* be .tll.l "'. Either of tIe paiIiti lire D B. ME'llNNI I in inv J'm'raltlrrt and I iquo Cloth i Malbor. llaids i St.ires.S."Ixl.'rllll..Swifl Jllly I. I PC'. :0 Spring GOotFi.! > Spring Goods.

,Ve tire :1nh.rlzt."l to annonucc aulhoriird to pay t.ul. rvioive ant| r.- -jl.t. in l I. h;>lf Attorney, nnd GIDEON F. MOKKIS is my. Agent I Mus in. !Fancy Cotton&dis .1'

J. JIAX'iVLLL r\KTUA5 M a tMMi&te '.r tie 'I of t'i. late .:- .i. JOSEPH WHIER.Angurt an.1 Attorney for the oiailu rnienf of nn. pfiuitntioni I wilt tfr Veto I Swiss Mue,' Blue Denims. Notice.TMUE rfIlE'uu.tt'I. igin-d i ill now re<*:mn frMn J ,ir

.Lee vf f1 rJt of lh' irruit C<' irt far Leon eoentvrt1tertir I I, Ib. L. 1)ANIICIMEL.iotica. in i Jir-r n County. E i'. CAI3ELL India Twill JA'ngCl.th' l>rown & Blearb, Clash utidi'giied aenl lnvIiMeJL JL York via bavaounb. a large i-totk uf
__ August 6. ISJ'J. 32-4w Tape Check", I Pillow Case Cotton and 13 appointed !sole
.It'd I.. i" (tel e1..r rettto upth. biiHticM. i>f the late firm of II. 11. FITTS LADIES! DRESS GOOD,
- -- --- ---- ---- Ladies and Mimes Openwork Linen
-- --- -- --- -- A all indebted tu snM firm
IIee hirtl" CO.. pr on* are r.quts'ed ratuLttlNG -
Notice :jLin.'n ;.
o arc authorized to announce MMIS UNDEESIl.NLD -ii: c-ntmua tIe HerJL Crinoline Muslin AlknlaIe Brown Jb Bleach to c.rae forward and py the sau-.e end all peisons L..ooorlr.O I"!, j Chintz O.gandien ,

-EA31UEL VT. tVILSOXi>. acaiMIi
Lien t t6.t Coiirt at the vn ung! election ia Octu- Uxuc'i.c. at the old siand of i cinch alter Monda)'. file Au.-tist. the Evento: lloopskirts (Fancy .t Striped Drillings! tnt tLem for I9.etteuienr.! SO D. C. WILSON.. .. 2 Jape, Crepe Meretz.a ,

Vcr n"L5f" I WEBER & DAIJJIHEIHEP: ON <-n the Friii-acola Itorcia.Railroad I Ladies Contti with hip White Navy Duck --Julyl.l--- 5- [ScKinrlcipy.Notice. -- a Le; j. Solid C. BOVKM.Barege .

-------- - --- .-. -- I and tnirts. l-\ due httentHHi. to the "'11111. of Lit eus>- will Irave St. Mail at 2 P. M.. Talkhn'se at 3 SOP. supporters attached Farmers Drill, R&tvs. Pine Apple Mousllai, (.
We are nutboiizeti tim aiinunnccJAM'ES tuniera. to merit for the new biii"iiief_, a coutintiatKMi }I. and uriive nt Station X"'. 3 t at 5 P. M. Canada Cassiiueres Planters Linen Oreuadmr Robes, French Lawn*. ;
!i of this bUral pitii/iai e btttu.r* f IT. ,< ***Kri ..I Printed Lnwus and Brilli.nt .'..'?..
vr. TUTEX ate cen.L.mtef.rtbetfLeeefaerk lilaek Drab Pets, L- Plain' Boidered and Moir Antique iVaruTf.
J0 II'1l \VE1JE1L Prnprs.il* are imitcd for keeping the l.otcl at ; (
of Uie Circuit Court for Leon cocuty at tlic St. Mark. Farmers Satin. H.in.Gra!s Cloth. I II M.intilui.! French Lace Pvintf Y,|vt Trir..nst 1
N. D.-I al'lIlIlfOIU'f fot New York in a few d/ i I .
) .HK T\LLA1IAS RAIL ROAD COM PA MantleChnntila! Let Mantles ted Stasis
election in OctoU-r ,
ensuing iitxt.Wcaienutlioiizfd. Au Ut 6. ISiO. B'2-Sw
--- --- for my usual .11.111111 1 Winter uppl.s.: of tLe arjj- I -- -- --- --- -- fit I Boots & Shoes : rtt _J__ NY are now erecting large toe] commodKiLS Bonnet aDd Belt lUbboo. Dress Trirr.U\ A fwtD. .
val..f whiib the kball be :
cr' and public duly iufurmtd.Augwt W .re.!Ioues e.St. Marks in addition to th..." at O. WILSON..
request- DR. J. A. GRANT
13, 1859.. S3-H Ladies Creole Highland Gaiters present there. uff.cient lo f rotect from the weather I ____ : .f
rl to aonouncc COCXCIL A. BUYAX for Clerk --- -- ----
** Fremh ell cotton cr other articleaof iiiervbandize goiog over '
rf tl-e) Ciriuit Court for Ltor. eontayattlie ensuing Medical College of Georgia. Surgeon [Dentist, Colored HijihlanJ the Road. -. ; I' To Cash Purchasers..

l"ttivIJ in OctoU-r. nest.llio I rl>lJC Tttetitv-Eiubth Cuurre of Lecture :II tint HAYINClKCateilin .rr- CcMigres Gaiters, The care will be runr.nig to Mqnticelloby $the MM) j -r1sII pnrcbuu: would 2nd it to their advurV.
---- -- -------- ------ .j-. .- .. tile' i f :1.1t..mt..r."hl.'n'tbe tranK.riation by wagon i il
JL Bii klns to b ( eke-wherr
Ii tituti 'Jriends of DONALDCA2IEHOX 7tb Ot 1))BElt next niib mi lutioduUoi. Ltc W h>ppy to wiiit on all.' :; : Heel Slippers honiHAviKe: and adjacent country will we.'reidt| the large aid a tll ktlvcted tock of Fancy noel 51*.

Iruttt LU came to tLc \'u1c.'rs of lvu I ture bv Prof JOSEPH JOX D. tlK.e who are detirotn4.fl.rseervic .' 7ro J"/ Velvet Slippets erably oLoi trtivd. the diatancn from Thomntviile to j pie thuds at D. C. ILSONU

Anatomy. II }. Jill candidate for Ccik cf the Circuit '\rta1 theo ---- -- -
L. A. HUUAS.M D. done by bun be warianta Bronze Congress Bouts road.
.1cpf1.-1I tu 0.:1 ... : Surgtro Iijiituusand' Practice, K D. PC11D. 31. D. to gene sjeneral raiisfaclion. 1.\.v Ger.. Call P. P. Boots Tile rates t-f Freight IIn..J Storage will remain the li MERCLOTHING

.--- T\x'oLLm-T :.-- --'- 1 Phvei. I logy cud IVthologioa! .\II.lh':,!, 1L V. M. Dr (5runt wishes t .Jj: Patent fox London BooU, same as last y< ur on all Mitich-s. SPRING AND SU1
3IILLKU. :1. D. ; to call thee ,stttnti'in .-- Cell .. Mr. J... I. RA DOIPH having Wen app ij.le'1 general I

nr1Y are rt4jtItstctt t. aunuuncc 1 M t(na MoLm.I: Tljerspeuli; And ileJiol Juiis- those suffering i with -. z- New style Cloth (Oaitcr, superintendent of txith the Tailed mare and the I

JA. i:> 1'. HA KLEY. of C..rtremt': an tunchc to an excrilent menk-ine invented by bim Planters Shoes of all Linda! I Pensacola .iunicatioi>s ':

"aJ .-!.- T end Cu.1.'dur CJ4' LoUD cvucty at JusLI'H JONES, 31. D. t.lf, vLich mil; give immediate relief. No person Mi!ses Fancy Gitera.U .= on business i.f the Road olx-uld be dirrcted him i TIlE LATEST STYLES FOR 181'1' ..
OUutiicr, J. .\. LVE M. i). after titice usin it will bo Tvrhout it. Io a'l .ucheasis Black! Gaiters I at Tallaha-f F. 1L FLAGC. Stc'y.f2& I' .
the election. in October neal.Wu I A,ljuit h tie Pix.fctsor cf Obttetucr. :ROBERT as Chrome, mid Nerra'rie Huta Tootha. I.e.it Heel Slippers : Scnlin-l. Madison MMtn-;.Fannly! Frien'i I -

-- -- --- CAMI'ILL: 31. D. 'II nil .11. ex II\.1. He lus I\I-o Dr. Allen's celebrated M Lace Beota.Cleihiren' Qumcy Republic, h'j-nasville: EcUTrrise and Reporter I|
are antli rz ? tit announce Tooth Renovator anil CI'al.ll'r. bin the sole I weeks.. D. C.WILSON'S.SPRING
DtiiMn..irAt ;o.mW.! SAt'MELSsaacanJ.late f"r Tma.Ameeaor AstisUut IVmoi.tiutur.S. li. MMMON'S.M.. I). user of il iu this Stax- Persons w.i i.'hin their teeth U Diamond Boots July 23, 359. :08.Notice.. j

anti Collector cf Leon countj tbe election .'i<"eeur to the Proli-SM-r of Surgery.. W. D.FOKD. l-oiut-fully; cleansed will not fail to give Ihe Dr. a Colored Beets. --- -- AND SUMMER HAT:;

31. D.Cuiatervt e.ill. Orruc 01 200 FOOT BTBEET. ni-ar the Post Of- float Lace B,K>t#, |
in Octolier
---- -next--- --- Museum, T. P. Cl.E.\\'LAXD 3L D. lie A line or two droped at the Post Ofiicc will 1 Bronze Oaiters. I mud miter this date Mr. W. W. II'IITIn be I. The Latest Styles for 1859D.

gI'c antliorizul to mmOlmco Fees f-r entire course.?105 'inteL with prompt attention. Boys Co. t,. Boy Pump-sole Gaiters I Ito ON culcd tiith inc in the agency f.-r the | -A't- .
X" L' Ttrth; L'ftrmled vithant role Calf Oxford I
Jlatricui.itii'ii) (to be taken once,). ... 5 Ties. M'COMB'S COTTON PRESS A IRON TIE. i
JOHN IL KIIODLS as a .-aaOi L.te for Tax Afscseor June IS. 1S59. 23Blacksmith ii Goat I
Practical 1 'tuitulny------------------------- lu .. Kip Brogan, Boys Brogans. C. JJ" I L SO .J"'S.
--- --
-- ---- should
order other bushier,
All letter I
cocWirjf or
and Cullrctor of Lt.'f county at the tn,ulngflection Clinical Lofton, no itra rL, ---- -- ----- ,
e. Notice. be addie' eed to Puiiils i null. It would be well I Marc! ItP. 1ES9. 12
in Oetol.tr. For fuitber parttcu'.ai! III'f!) to all orders! be handed in to have '
AI Hats & Q I for to immediately, ...
-- -- ---- ---- ---- -- L P. OARYLV Dcatu Caps :
: them for the prtseot .
:;: 'hSSR KniioKS-Please] announce Au usU, Ate.. 1 S, 1 659. 33 Gent Fashionable Css Hate I ready 'crt'frJ.. W. POINTS. i TIll I.IlET.J"OFTH.. .: ACE !

C. Ik DEMILLY ** a candidate f.
to the -flice of Tax Awe 'or and Cvlloctor of Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE ML Vemon Cau I Gear's Machine for Cutting, Flai ng, J ii1diiig.

Leon County at the election in October next. OF FLORIDA I l tI- ",. Pearl Cass Windsor Hats, I FoiTSaieTA i '&c., Irregular Pores in Wood..
Leon French Cass '1 .
---- --- --. .-- J JEFFCOAT. administrator; of tU ctate of a PaDim I ANO nearly new. AUo a BUG I HFi. enderaired !Ins lccnc III'! "Ilf't rJ the-
Jl'DGU OF PRODtTK.iCf E A.Sbucr! Late tit Leon toutety.1! .#<*dL', vit'gfilcd -ff a If g\xn A Straw" I UY well finished, aud has been in use bet a short : .L right t.. C3C &ul sell tIe! fr'aaMc rescUe! f Itst
in the Pi- ,bate office cf id ..' Boys French Brown Hats T time be had. to
atitLorizi-d I u county a nrittenuItreslivu A bunptin caa Apply Florida.. art he :w f1f btilridual. .nd ( .It. .
care and requested be tcierc! the rf Pearl C.*imere tIt. R-'IL
that e tate c"i.I\ BLACKSMITH ALL P.CCRY. I
BUSINESS IN ITS .. Rtgl.t, U who my desire to purt>aM. One of
to acnosrce JOHN S. Mr.UIMi; csa cai.uMatefisr ; Shuei; to be iiS"lv{nt, therefore notice! is hereby rpHE ncl.e> will l>e carried on as heretofore nt the Trimmed M.rieabu lists, July 10. 16S9. 31 I the Macline any* can be *c
Judge of Prolate vt' Leon .'utity at tile ensuing I grvrn lo K.M |>em.'D' having claii egainat tail! $tkte OLD' STAND I.tbe utidcr imed.) wl'IM rrturnii Saxony f rtndl"* the shop of f. \. Coven tt the TiHaUMeo Jt. K.

October diction.icr I to appear? and file; the lUll.. with tlJu.l,. of I"ro- i thanks f..r and xIi -iu a coutinuittiou i-f the public Pan.imA U I II Ic 1Iilk. Depot. The njacli'mu is tintple ia it.*oc rnjrtiW>....
I but v(paid county on or before tie Clh o| February heretofore literally Ult IC'.J. Le.'hoinM I
-- --- --- ---- patronage to desiring to be tupplicj with adapted to cut a greatef variety cf irrejrJar t ta
I Mail and ran( Straw Uata pure .
uext, "ben there will be a prorala ilistribulivn nf C. V.1LOX. PERSONS .
D. than inreo'cJ. bieupaeityiseqaaltofteietymenaud
1rc authorized to announce I I bare the stiine delivered to them and S'ufsee inyt/ther jtt !

I). w.y X as a candidate for reelection to laid estate tmoujj. W.the 0 creditor W'"XN.of J uJe ui id ,rtttle.D. .r Piobal. JuIT I. _IS9._ __3i [ 'I1'in..l.y. t SUNDRIES : !: puoctcaMy at any time. Price 10 CentS yen quart \ ia sow. liaJ of
| Aug. 6. 1855. l -3. ADOLF SCI1OLZ. woe k moth motf. It oecopiet i but tecH tpaer-t tjy
the oke Julge 1'roVute of Lf on e.'t:1J!) at the Aug. 13. 1850._83-gra_ Notice. I Gentlemen: Ckthuij, Yankee N.-
.-leetion in Cttcbcr cest. Nurse Wanted. SIX Months after the tint publication of this no- Hunlwa', I Fancy Giorerle, 1 Notice. quite i let little power to drive J: .11isJ.. 'c .

I % the uti.K rit'sntd will present Li.! final .. I i Sadillery. j Iron ,k Satis, neat suet JiGenU! VM% In Jfoo. :. IeI _
2 We are authorized to announce VTrAXTED IMMEDIATELY an experienced 'OUu..tc. the Htm. Judge uf Probate of Leu enan'j I Cuwkery & Olu51n,. I| Liquors of all kinds. APPLICATION will U modt* ire G-f era Fur tlt'., Carrupe. W gm' and; .n .' t

CoL \. P. \M.\A= at A candidate C.. Jndgc of1'ri'liitc I I\V NURSE to take 4 arg. uC Cbiidn-ii.! a middle and apply for a nii' bary. a* administrator on the 'I JiID.1Icr a.t th. SUt f Flori-l at iu nut 1&cet& can be turned oeaLtliL. wib .ienspneetuoss .
I aced woiimn i i. preferred Apfl/at 3Ir. Janie EiUte of David rehtdftt'eaHCllau..r raid county.! etlNO in Nov.whir! for a Charter f>r :a Bta! to t-e anj J P'lldok -4
cf J_> i cvutty ct the ensLing Ot'ubn ;I Kirk .,'. Store. J. J. BARKER AdmV. CARRELL & MAXW.ELLercb1tS$9. located m Mi
ekoe,4.1 : i ..'* I?, 1SS9. z: July al, 1839. 30-Gm 14. July aO 1G. Sl-Sm Jaly llSb. f'' 1T

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4 ( T ---- t1i1-; FASSMANN'S WOOD-EDDY & CO.'S I Pure Zinc White,
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The Floridian ,
.. i ISPRlNG f----I IRON HOOPS AND TIES NUMBER LOTTERIES. (Ground in J'repartd.ms";('. {jj\)' If

1 : Is puliUltderery SATURDAY, fey FOR COTTON BALES. SINGLE \T E have just received! tub : .[|.': (r ,j.; '(
VV and beautiful LVLte. iJlmt
& CHAS. K. DYKE CHAETEEED BY TUE STATE OF GEORGIA.) new rumtlmanufactory. ]
t TAMES s. JONES -u For SAc cars of ffg'j>fpila. Jruligettio*,Im.e ( unit rfTer it to the juUir iii. t
STOCK OF GOODS Price 6 ct) ta n<1.-2 5 cent. JTatutauy,-Lon of or any .if.Cpl. w n., r, .
OUR .ppit.
in advance.TKRMM RECEIVING per poii per mertnd feet confidence ALL the iT7AI.
I At&ro DoB-ias pet annum, JUST ariting 4ol p rMmj IT17whi :<
: COXMSTIJ.G or lets ta1 J! j'C.ANY o Baud*,pmdveing,-ta Capital Piizc"$50,000 I ',!" render a Faint MOST DFSIBAlU.K, viz |It;,
) Colic, Cholera **

\!. Onetquarcof l"nes OF,or ADVERTISING.less,first iusertion, fl 00( :Jry GroodSj; ] p one<. ni c<.mnteiial,(!'(. !.!tl.>,r:Ln dvantges).hig C hiitn of Ir'ifiovet li: : .in.n.Tiew of the fact that evtr mf'm8 to TICKETS---- -(COLLARS I i INCOMPARABLE: 1 lien' .n HKIMIAKCt roii-fttous; QTJALIIUS"NEVER OP (010"FKKEPOM

eaeb siibseiquent 5Orofessioua'anJ < GROCERIES AXD HARDWARE will bv I thut it has not been ] i I.v.ilC the human family i is moreor I --- -- INJURING'THE! HEALTH cf t tl U.'rk
4ir ; n.rpiired a< "pu< y I besides innumerable .
Uuiiness' Card inserted at f 10 some of the above complaints I' iceD. c rial" MI* 0 f r e"'v :,j"i,-'i 'pc inwr.l.i
n In its fire there an overwhelming -
I. 1t'l11yajai'lt il other conditions life, which, WOOD HDDY 4(0.., Mmngert, /
auunm. I Hats Boots Shoes &c. l I DURABILITY in tie! MOST: h3CT\-JJ> SiltTIONS. .
111 Ad"ertlfmM1t" not marked: with the number The Picffcs ret!in f the have been the by the usillnc of a little knowledge ableso or Successors to S. SWAN & CO. I .i.d its GliEAT SlTLKKilrn' : to \tht,
iJ in' rion( will be continued ualil lorbid. and charged IIOXD & CO. rnnin cause (-f its nt being adopted ; but I exercise common habits sense,of they diet may. L ------ Led in all tie v ri oIt.MS t. .l.h ,!he littler Lu
(generally their I
1' ; r.--Mingly. Llu d. \plil IPt9. U-tf imw that oljeetion it removed jrencrally. nnd the Pro the to assistance regulate of a good tonic, secure wit permanent fPHE following Scheme will be drawn by WOOD, heretofore been ai'plied. For fair ITAMES'4UVn.Y
Certificate" nf publication of legal or e fnt< I J- EDDY i Co., Managers, of the Sparta Academy
leni.s. Piece, the.kugut ih N 0.. give it the preference health. In order accomplish this
!r wbut4I will not be given until the advertising fee ii. FerSale over r"re'| 1 he FUnllD Inn Hr><.p and Tie i ii I desired the true course t t pursue is. Lotteiy in each of tteir Single Number Lotteries !! May 21. IS-'O. 21 . .
object in -- --- -- T-
4 I paW.L tIe ol of' the piopiirtor Id It which will produce a natural fur August, 1839 at Augusta. Georgia, pub -

.. .. _____ __ ;:.1_. ___ __ ROCK Putst-li. Sap Sngo C'ut.te. Pirllrs. Crack- adopted improvement fri'Bi the r.c.ole that it is.found after lone ex- I certainly state things& at tbe least hazard of vital lic uuder the vuperiuundcnce cf Commissioners.Clan MILES NASH 6 CO.

Land for ''I Mackerel by BOND 6 CO. I to combine the greatest"merits in sirrp'.icitj strength and life; for this end Dr. Hostettcrbas Draws Saturday, Auym-l 6. 1859.C'IM 1 Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &.
Sale. Llo ''. April 2. If69. H-lf JlilPot. 3 I
of application of any one yet mare. introduced t this country a preparation Draw Saturday, 13. 18S ). T lIST received from New Yn per bark K H.Gg&iJ -

; .*pHE ondersigpcd offers for sale 1730 seres or! Java and Laguira CvQV<-, for sale by U so prepared as to require no change for recon-pres! called HOSTETER' STOMACH Clam 34 Dratrt Saturday, ..luYt 20, 155S I ble. a general assortment nl articles in our luie,

I Ji. Land lying in Jefferson county-1060 ncres of; RIO BOND i CO. tin '. TI.ul (obviating tbe only remaining difficulty BITTER is !o a DeW Class 35 Draws Saturday! Auyust 27, IS: such a* Oils of almost every kind. Bursting HU I ).

_v which Iny within ft short distance of Station 2.Ofl the Lloyd April 2, 1559. H-tf at the sea board *itie one that has bn tie for White Lead Zinc and other paints Window GIa.tof
-1* '.cntan-'a & Georgia Railroad, and 660 acres ore in The hoops are sent of any length from eight to ten yea giving satisfaction t. OX TIlE FLAX OFS7XGLE SUXRERS. best quality. Putty Brushes Potash.Soda. 8parklinIC,

the neighborhood! of Wakecnah. and within 6 or 7 AND IRON for sale by feet and a full'guaraotee given that neither the, Ti.I I used ii. The Bitters oprat powerfully upon .. Gelatin.London Mustard. French Brandy(very fc .jt,

I miles GC Station 1. Both tracts have the neccwarj NAILS BOND & CO. nor Hop ahull break. Aud further that all cotton tbe stomach, lver, 5OOOcketh Ii for medicinal purposes Spi e Peeper. l'moaVvrup
4 improvement such as dwelling bouses,negro cabins,, Lloyd April 2, 1859. 14-if .. shall L received on the sime terms I them to a healthy and vigorous of action, 5,485 PRIZED Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid. Fxtnet k'ucLa'ite

Gin liuuacs, Ac. I ------- ---. ----- at the Orleans Prei.s as rope Lund cotton. The thus by the simple process strengtheningnature .._ and a general assortment of Pnpilar Patent
EDWARD A. WILLEY. for weiht l.bl Ii about the sam* as not one enable the system t triumph over KEAKLT ONE PEIZE TO KVFnT NINE TICKEKT8MAGXIFWEXT the
/"XSNABUnOS, Sheetings nod SLirlinss, sale per It.p disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, BO Medicine We keep none but T ry: L.1."
July ?. 1869. 273mCoDartnership I V/ by BOM n A CO. pound mire or Ires.To andrauowl I I hope to merit Tout patronage.
------ Llo ..I. April 2. 1859. 14-tf show the opinion Ship Masters have' of it. wegne generally contracted by the new setter seRE.IEITO 'MILES NASH, 4 CoMarch .
t principally by change watr BE DaAW EACh SATCRDAT IS AUJUST!
the (ulluii.g, numerous cou.ir.eudatiouswe *
I Notice. an-ong by a 29. 1S56 f
and Powder. Candy ttnd Len.ou tittup, have: and diet will b speedily regulatel 1 Prize of. .$5O. OO i 1 Prizesof .$1500 -

V\7 E btve this day associated with us in the mer- I SHOT Fluid. Alcob<.. Tllr ntine.I I The 1df'uigp. ma! ",of vessels having bad brief disease use which of is rrqTtion.probably more Dy.pep&i"prevalent 1'. 20.o! 60 .. 500 BLACK-SMITHING !

C r l T cantile bu>inefs Teas Biown Loaf and Crushed Sll lrll, cotton r Fa'Fmao's new lion Hi<. pt a hen taken in all its various forms than 1" .. 10.000 I ICO .. 400
Sperm and Adatnintiue Candles and Ties, hereby th s: me* TIlt bales of which alwaysbe 1" .. 5.000 I! ItO . 300 'hIE iinderMgntd has i* umed wick<
rc.'mm..t the '
R. A. I'dEAG HER. I For sale by BOND A CO. being ,- eUII'r'FP'd.IIUd ',UI"1 or hoops any attributed other; to cause of may the digestive 1" .. 4.000 I 100 .. Itt .L m town and lint opened a Sh-.p in. I

4' ; The btisince "'i1I. tbrreCore. be conducted in future Lloyd A pi il" 2, 185:. 14-tf never breakinz vheii thrown, down iii the, Ship's bold, orsrans. can derangements be cured fail by 1 I .. 3,000 I 100" .e 100.lpr".r"atiol the tame ttih.lingwith Mr. Kuhu's C.r e

l uadcr tbe name,an J style tit t ----- ------ c'r when stowed: using HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT- Prizes. noire Sx! >,>, opposite the Exchai>{:.. wheie sit I.i""iIf
E/UJOHN. PANAMA and STlUW I1AT I Condey Ship Metes the bottle. For Black.mill.i"g: will be dine wit!. re1Ii..a c.J !
'I 1 directions on
/ HEIR, RUST &. CO. J f-r sale I 11 bOND A. CO. Robitifou. Mariiuft DarC'prt this TEES disease a? per recommend 4. FHios of$400 Ippro.g.tl 50.000 prize a re$1.COO ci"'f'alcb. lie can refer 'ilb c.mfiJpf(! t..II".. fi

e Tiiey wil1 continue at the oM) rtand and trr. t that I __L1id, A ri it 2..859._ ___ _14-tf_ __ Jsmes Tomas, Henrv. Bitter every of some kind wi not 4. 300" 20000 1. uO who have patronized Urn Ic.t..rot' for thCtheIreiof t

ths"crv' libeial tionnge heretofure letowed oron ADDLES aod Bridle, Harness of all kinds fur A.Tallrtt, Hlrt aneektt. use an article known to be infallible? 4 250"" lo. ot 1,\00 hi. uu-oik. Fr.l\XClSI'A1l'E

4 the old firm .iil be extended to the new. S' sale by BOND J; CO. John Dean. James Fiiut, Every country have their Bitters as a preventive 4" 225 5,000" eiK Jacuary8.IF&8. 2-tf -
HEIR Jt RtST.I John) Wilncr. Mulhouse. 4 too
I Lifted. April 2. 1859. 14-tf C. of disease and strengthening o 20" 4.(03" --
July, 18&!. 27Copartnership H. Knpp.-iiboldt. RILe A. Clark, the system in general, and among them 4" 3.l'0"' 6
L. P. Merili; Balk Kmiball.Tbe : there is not to be found a more healthy] 4 100" I.Z00" 400

: Notice. WILLIAM p. SLUSSER, pike of Hoop and lies hi N. O. is C cents people than the Germans, frr 5,000 prizes of 20 .rl'. ...... ...100,000 UVERY ItiD SJLK STABJUS -

I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAMANUFACTURER I per f-oiiiid. Liberal deduction niaile to I.rcharltl preparation emanated, based upon scientific -- TALLAHASSEE. FL r.JD.'L

ft T HAVE tbi* day associated with nie in the mcr-I for city acceptance,and all ord.r will reeeive.prompt experiments which bUlltendf to advancethe 5,485 Prizes amounting to.$3 ".OOO ,

JL Cantile btll lieu, my 500. OF CoPPKK.TlX: AM) SilEnT attcntf.Ki by F. BELCH EI destiny this great preparation in the WROL TicKrTsSlO; Huns ?3. QI-BTER }. V 'J'IIE I Proprietor would tiC -'
Commercial Place. medical scale of science. In*mend:* a".1 I the'
"VV" R. 'lVILSON.The : ANt June .4 CCLA 1 howi.g Ske. P.f, h.fa'inVl -5- public. that b* has rebuilt his .
r New 0.:1.1. I 'MI) 4-6m nut to any outl< itCprtifi. j
ix AX! : ----- -- -- FEVER AND AGUE. -c.- amBiick Stnt..<. at lie nIJ tiu.d. arii i' ...g
business in future! will be conducted under the I
_um. prepared I to accommodate Li. friemls' and u'lh"J,
be Bold
ates of Package'vill at the follow 11
of DENTISTRY.DR. ; fixes i iti
nud firm
na'ie,style This and provoking di" 1tcb '
stove nrtdQnft'rfcn.ASPLIXDID ting tile of san,seducing him rates, which 'M the risk : lie also bus attached to his Stubles. it g.seI| [Math.I
& SON. relentless grasp on t smith Sltop. where be wilh.! WILSON
C. of
assortment ofCookmg. Parlor 5 shadow la a ihort 'I'a of time,and rendering Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .?80
me Plantation work. Home
.. .. The business mill l be continued at the old stand andI trimmed with DeaUu-e him physically and mentally useless, tan b defeated 10 H.-ilf .40 the l-elllOltUIl4tf auJ with Carrmj work IB

hope the very liberal pxtronacc bretof.rebestowed and durability at reduced pi ices. "C"I, and dnTco from the body by the use of UOSTETTER'3 10 Quitter 20 eh.very promptnefs aoddi.

.. \jponme will be txtended the new firm. RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, any of the above 0 *. 10 Eighth 10 pat November
5. 1853.
Out Door Work. 44
D. C. WILSON. .ate do5 can not b contracted when exposed t -

t July I, 1S9..c 28tfBroome Roofing. Ornamental Front' Ilea-l Guttering.Cop any ordinary conditions producing them i the Bitters SPARTA ALUlMY( \ ) LOTTERY, I Carriages, Duggicsndrlarn 1S
---- per and Tin Conducting Pipes.Sheet Lead. cscd direction And as It neite creates ,
i Zinc. Lead Pipes. Patent Cittern Pumps. Shop ark T. J. ern LEE nausea a nor a.pe oven,!. the palate and rendering unnecessary Ol-cvssj KTc. -4.GS3, I For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.tjrJ'thIR .

& Thompson, of every vatiety done at short notice. "VI*T Or LP return his ". any change of diet o interruption t usual r-*. Draws We dllt.:8daA.ullJtt :Hyt IS,U.) ,' Subscriber just received I

Fer1.n.n.c1.in.a, i '1a.0 mid Country. 1 1 to the citizens of llIthrl Georgia. ..Ihl l Middle .ur but promotes sound .Ie and healthy digestion, ----. --. -- -- very 'large UPPL of C.rrllJ M'Buggies !
ely JI'I.tmu.C _
and East Flniiiia. fur the very liberal ptronngt te complaint I b thus removed a speedily a i consistent ON Tile TiniCi: NUMBER PLAN. -_-.. and Haroesn. which le vlf.( I
i Are respectfully invited to give me a call bcfoie purchasing reci.ived from them ,during the |Isut fife or MX years.He with ttia production of a thorough and permanent (resale on the roost reasonable term -
44 ili T HE undersigned: bare firmed a ct\-T'arfnf'r.l1ip i elsewbere.C2f will the of the above profcstion -
c"ltillt praetice cure. November 18. 1854. 4C I
1V- JL MLder the name of BROOME Jt t THOMPSON I N. B. All articles manufjrturd from the very m thine sections of countiy and has. niude such For ns in advanced 73 Xumbcis! 13 Drawn Ballot' --- --- ---- --
I im the transaction of a best material and warranted durable. No other arrangements with manufacturers *f Dental llateri- Per years

: -H GENERAL COMMISSION BUSIXESS I Istull lt offered for sale.October'0,1855. art I ale, NulL a to enable him to put up FULL setts of Who Infirm a toilr.suffering these from Bitters an are enfeebled invaluable constitution as a rectors.51cc an j- Nearly one Prize to every two Tickets. CONSUMPTION TOK.J3T UXCAS AN OLD BRA INDIAN T, wlnlea DOC ::1 1

42 teeth, in of the n odes, at from fifty to
k1f, iD the city of Fi-rnandma. They will give piomjitntleution i hundred any dollars l k". than i i.* usually charged for of strength and vigor, aud needs only t b tried :1 i GRIDI'IUZEOF' $40,000. CURED. Missionary among 1I11I.l.1diall1 of
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to the sale or nhipinent! of c ,ttuii and oh -rprouucc ; to appreciated. And to a mother nursing, the Rocky M"nntninll. Ji ci>TftrU i iCO
l RICHARDSON'SDAMASKS the tame in the South ; (he mean what he sa\*,)and b who 1 Prize of ?19.S02' | 8 1'iizes. uf _52>'0J RARE
and will) make lil>eral aJvanct-s on oxisi nmcnts I these especially where the A PLANT' Ihat-pior tbe > {
1 ,.tE. guarantees them to be as DtKAU:. DEvniruL; andsravuEAnLE B.tte a Indi5nsl.le. < Prizes of . 4,000 | 267 Piizest.f .. S23 .''U.IPTJO-' ,
II ft their frieuds a for ,
fur sale )'erf'.or >r khipmeut to ink mother's nourishment inadequate to the demands cI.t.a cure Con-timp PI,
tiJ % i IS 13 LINENS as can be pat up North or South.Tl I *<*, d'.. .t-... Ac. Bronchitis, Asthma, Livfr C .
Saran fin 1", Charleston, Al York or Liverpool. DAMASKS, DIAPERS Ac. >ot in need of his service, can, by dropping a o the cUM.consequently t.e strength. must yield, 32306 PRIZES AMOUNTINU TO S7M77! CUR ED. .NrrT..u Affretio....Cot.<.aiplaint. ,
; ; such Hostetter's gui
They will negotiate in the piiocipal markets of the rote to him at either Mont cello or Mallsun. J'la, and here it I wbrr a good tnc. a Cvld.x :'. Ha noV niailf, LiiCONSUMPTION
iru :"ilERS of RiciiABifi'y's Liven and those the wuk and time Stomach Bitten I is needed impart strength WHOLE TickEW 1 HALVES :5-QCAETEKS log
.1 tt0 United States, the sale of Bond issued by the State CONST have done to test f.e paying t lep flt; ? $25o f"'M1* and' retired (run, bitsises.. .
i of obtaining the yowl*, should for it5f and vigor to the Ladies by al met !
Riilroad the couni I
1 -bl the Companies-by f".He be III send tht
Ti ketsrtili '
towns and other rd securities see that the articles they sealed with t. Tlie best references given if desired.December this remedy fir all eases of debility, and before I In ordering t enclose the prescription wd.
ties incorporated
g for
or tLe nedicnirffte
f (be full name of the 25, 1858. 62 d.inuk your rbyiran. who i he 1 acquainted money to our address for the Tickets ordered on receipt CURED. preparing
and orders fir investment I
and will receive execute frm. ,
j1 ___ __ __ ofcharye to all Lo desire
with the virtues or the Bitters, till recommend their of which they will be fur ward til by first mailPurchu.er
A + in tbe They will attend to the partbate RIChARDSON, EONS A
fl same. OTVPEX, it, and n ill send to his nput.
R. A. Shine Jr. use in all cases of weakness.ULTION.We can bave tickets ending in any figure they
-I or sale ofREAL A a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the caution the public against 'may d'-si.mate. CONSUMPTION enclosing two ttaraps ((6 ctiti) ta

k1 ESTATE IN TillS CITY, Goods. IS now receiving and wi constantly! keep on band using any of the many imitations or coun the List of Drtwn Numbers and Prizes will be pay the return l Utter, ,ill a At-

This caution is rendered essentially nt'CII'8r a and sell cheap for cu h a Urge stock of GROCE.BJES. ttrfeits, but ask for IIosTrmn's CELEBRATED: sent to purchasers immediately after the dicing.3F CURED. crption: of their ijmptofi TIt
; (r in any tGwn or countv in the Middle, Eastern or large quantities of inferior and detective Linen9.le* such aa STOMACH Birmui, and see that each bottle :: PHI chasers will [Please write signature Old Doctor hall rured more tIn.CO'SUMP'tIO' .

4 tt Southern Dintricti ef Flvi' &,. Persons ha*ing such prepared season after season and scaled with the Bacon, I I Mess Poik, f I Mess Beef, hn* the words Dr. J. H ,U-tt-r's Stomach plum and give .hrir Post Office County am! SUte. 3000co"* of Consumption" alune,

1 property for sale will do well to furnish them plats, name .,f Richardson, by Irish Houses who. regardless Flour, | Lard. | Hams, I'uur: blown on the fide of the bottle, and tiT': Remember that every Prize is drawn and and bprs all afflicted peopie .n

I with accurate di1\Cripfons of quality. location im- of the injury thu inflicted alike on the American (Plain and Sugar Cured,) ttaniptd on the metallic cap covtriug the payatile in full without deduction. CURED. avail themselves of this op <>rtuni-
4 1I'fI"cnlenta, price. terms. te, with the n.ineof.ome Yankee Rtutns, Sugar of all kinds, CofT.' At the Doctor wisbe tu w .n
I consumer and the m5nufeIurcrs.fthe genutneGnoits Syrup. I j | e. cork all observe that our autograph signature tJr: All prizes of 11.000 and under paid i nie- tv. )
11 fl who will chow tbe properly OB application. And all other articles needed families tie good lie cia before h. diet.
person will not readily abandon a business 1 profitable. usually! by is on the label. di.itely after tbe drawing-other at tM11. l -
attend to the settlement if claims against
\Vb will
CONSUMPTION Address all letters
t while purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of I ind on plantations.A OPrepared and sold bv k time of thirty days.NOTICI' .
tbe Fcdeial or State Governments r.r services or worthless character. lot if Irish p.t'tOI sod Onion f'-r planting.Llw .- nOSTEER ADEE,
t4 j 4 BubsUtnte daring the recent Indian War. J. BULLOCKE A J. B. LOCKE Agents, / ) on band a quantity of Dry Goods! which will SMITH, Pittsburgh, Fa., and sold by all TO CORRESPONDENTS CURED. Box 55 J I P. O. New York,

it In addition to their Coinnm.inn Department, tbe 86 Church St., New be sold low. Druggists, grocers, and dealers generally Those ho prefer not sending money by mail, ran Who it Itia sold agent ,

sndcrsigned have purchased thifentire Sept. 18. 1858. 88-ly York January !2. 1869. _4 throughout the [cited States, Canada, South use the Adam. Ejrpre Cviypony, whereby money January 1, 1859. I-Iy
STOCK of GoO of Messrs. ELLIS .t THOMPSONto and f>r icktU. iu sums of 1 10, and upwards. can be sentus
;i -- -- ----- --- -- -- AmerIca Germany.
Insolvent Estate Notice.tat at our risk and from city rr town
which they Mill make lane addition at an early A, MEAD expense any Notice.SIX
and Sale
Stable. where baTe office. The and order
? of Florida. they an money
I ,!ill keep constantly uu band an extensive Liver l
] day. OIU.E.S, LA., months after date the undersized will
NE' must be enclosed in a "Government Post Office pre
[ of Leon
and well easoited Stock of County j f
f undersigned i\etIO YV'liolckale his firuil accounts and Toccb'rs to the Ju.lze I
; '1"n T. administrator de Ixinis Agent stamped envelope, or the Express Company canuot
I Boots & Shops ;:e' tice that he bas pur HALEY BLCKER of Probate of. Leon adminintrator the
Good Hats as
i Dry Clothing, f Uhner, of Sold by r.. D.\DN.\DD. Jr., in. NASH A receive them. county on
;: and Harness llrocciii-s Li. chased the Livery Stable of_!_ ( Joseph lat ('0., and AMES ; JLH CL.V, Tallahassee, All communications strictly confidentiaL estate of Stephen Minton, deeexed. late <' llij
i Saddlery ( Leon[ deceased, having filed in the Probate e
zi William H. Newsom,in Tallahassee,together with the county Florida. and ask to be di'djurppd therefrom.
quon excepted,) Provisions, Plantation good will of the t lablihmt'nt. and that ho is row iffice of said cout.ty :i written suggestion that be believes April 9. 1859. 15-ly Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to county JOS. JOHN WILLIAMS. A !mV.

I Utensils Doors Windows to all its liiantLc- the estate of the said Joseph Ulmer to be in- -- WOOD EDDY t CO, Augusta Georgia.
'j prf'plt' carry 01 bUlintslIln I ---- --- --- March 11!. 1859. ll-6in
f and other Building Mnte- promises the prblic with good accommodationsin II\nl tlierc.foie notice is hereby given to nil per- Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. or, WOOD EDDY A CO.. Atlanta, Georgia.or -
clbims Enid estate to and
bis Hue on reasonable terms.KICIIARD. Ins having against appear
,1 rials,Furniture. Iron, said WOOD, EDDY .t CO. Wilmington Del Insolvent Estate Notice.
SAUNDERS. file! the same with the Judge of Probate of
;t.$ Hardware and Cutlet! y. Castings and a great Sf'p.6,1856 36 county, on or bf.re the 20th day of September next, RAILKOADS.Change I J I) tr A list of the numbers that are drawn from State of Florida )

." 'II! I variety of other arjir'os.: _n__ ________ ___ ____._ K ben there i pro rata distribution of the fund the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each County of Leon. J
of said estate the creditors said estate. one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing M. WHITE ndminisfraforcf lit
hi'l- I All of which they will sell at Wholesale or Retail MEDICAL NOTICE.J. amongst LITTLETON
!1'', for CASH, Country Prod lire, or good commercial acccplnucc D. W. OWYNN. Judge of Probate. in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo) Coosiitutionaliist \V. Trwnscnd. Ute of Leon county .
March 19. 1859. 12GmAGENOY. 0'0 New Orleans Delta Mobile Register! deceased having filed in the Probate otfice of
L4 II I *, at prices that will compare farvoraby _ _ -
:ti witb those of inc city in the South. We invite merchant B. TAYLOR,......J. S. BOND. Charleston Standard Nashville Gazette Allan' In. laid county a written suggestion that be beliert this
-t : I and all other' purchasers to xamine our stock. of Schedule. telligencer Ness YOlk Weekly Day Book, Savinnab estate of the said John W Townsend to be t oN-f rnt,

I JAMES K BllOOME Drs. Taylor & Bond Morning News Richmond Dispatch New York Dis- therefore notice is. hereby given to all persons hafiif
; ii' Bank of Columbus Ga. -0 patch, Paulding (Miss) Clarion, add Little Rock, claims against laid estate to and file theses
: U.V.. TIIOMPS 'N. associated in the practice of Medicine.. Of- Department having ordered a daily mail er- ( \rkTiue Democrat. appear
HAVE TiE with tbe Judge of Probate of SMH!county,on ft bct'it
I February 19. 1859. 8-ly at the OLD STAND of I Pr. Ta\'lor.* I r>. ADAMS, Cash, '11.11. VOUNC, Prrt. between Tallahassee and VTaUer's Mill, Nov. 14. 185i. 46-ly tbe 20th day of September next w ben there will be i

I Tallahassee, February 1. 1859. 6 ([ash Capital. $!OOOO 00 the Train will run on and after the first of January _____ rata distribution of said estate amongst the creditors -

iJ;! In Chancery in Leon Circuit Court-Uill ---- "-- -- 1819, a follows: SIJPERIOItBURNING pro of said estate.D. .

"I : i, for Partition.Thomas T"HE above Agency will a ALL limes be snppliedL On-the Pen. $. (;ro. Railroad : FLUID VV. OWYNN. Judge of Probate

.f I' j I.' II. Hale [x'ir. of John W.Hale, BLACK-SMITNG with Exchange on York. at current rates; LaTe Tallahassee daily at..4 P. M. March 19. 1859. 1 -6m
'f 1 Also. on Columbus and Apalnchicola. Bills diKoun- AriTe at Walkers Mill by .. 5.30 P. M. 1TJAKRENTED, FRESH. Fur sale at the Drug -------

.l'; j I William M. Fii-rson rs. and Mary A. bis 1"IE" that he has opened hie, ted: at current rates. Gold Coin for sale. Lave Walker's Mill daily "at..8. A. M. > t Store of E. BARNARD. Notice.ALL .
BLACKSMITh SHOP again in stairs the Store of T. L. Betton atTallahassee A.M.. Jasuary 1S59. 1FISK'S
and Catherine E.bis (up ) over riTe ____
xiiic. H. }1. Fricison Of"e. ha Tin; claims ngafnst the Estate of
i 1 wife, John C. Ilousc nn.l Cllrul1neF.llis I connection xiith his LIVERY STABLES, "here he will E>q, M. P. ELLIS, Agent Connecting at Walker's Mill with Post Coaches via PATEiNTTlCTALICBURIAL' persons Brniloy.; cf Jefferson county, decra-

Ii ,jIt wife Ju epb I.. Hale Edward have done all kinds of Plantation and Carriage \ork. Tallahassee! Dec. 1853. 4' Monticello to Albany every evening of the week excepting ed,whether as creditors legatee, cr distributee,art
Ii! i JolmMm and I bella K Iii, "ifc, R..b > uruenen -ALSO- ACard Sundny, and twice a week connecting with CASES required to present their demand in due fctn.i

F. StuOWd. Ir. and Siniiha A. Ida I HORSE SHOEING in the very best manner; Coaches running to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin and the undersigned ExC'Ctltor\Cthe last Will and teta-!

I wife.RolHrt F.Stafford jr_and Martha fl and "i use every endeavor to linn work -0E. Jacksonville. ment of said deceased, within two yeara from ibis

J. bin wife. Washington It. Ri rnt..I1\\ with dispatch, and to suit customers.P. L. T.: BLAKE On the Talahssff Railroad : _c date otherwise they will be burred; and all tWf

nnd Scan K II!. wife, Iwiliert I n BROKAW. Leave Talbha5ee daily (except Sunday) 1Roseicood ; .,::_ indebted are requested to make payment imttiediitely. -
Zilpba L. Hale and Florida W. Hale.jIT January 1. 1859. 1 Register of the Untied Slates Land Office at. A.M JAMES S. UUST, E'tr.

-1 ----- --- Arrive at Marks ....11.25 A. M.
J t appearing from the afTu'nit r>f complainant TALLAHASSEE, FLA., t July 2, 1859. 27-Sm
lhoi. L. Hale Executor, th;it Iw.heit F. Staff.ird, Plank Road All Right! Leave St. Mark daily (except Sunday) -( Finished- Latest Patent,))
his to net AGENT for
and Srritl.n A. hU, v iff, alan llohert F Slatford OFFERS !f'ricC as persons I at. 2.15 P.M. Notice.SIX
to enter land iu the State Laud Office .
undersigned having purchased the entire in- Arrive at Tallahassee at. 3.30 P. M.
and Martha J. his w ife. defendants in the aK>vecat'o I
jr TIE of the Georgia & Flonda Plank RoadCompany md will attend to any miriness, in any of the State SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on band months from the first publication of tin *o
resale the Hurts .f this State It is with Post Conch to New Port arrival
: Connecting
l4 lieyond DITices the and in o T. J. R A WLS Umlertaker. the administrator de boni iw,
I will put the same in gd order.This at Capitol Charges rr"nabl. by undersigned
of this be travelling before the of the
or 1"red that notice of the institution rau'e of and wbub returns departure
; be relied on. The rat s rf hair- re proportion t. and laboP l Lit-stowed. November 20, 1858. 47 Kith the Will annexed of all and singular the gtxxkbattels
v.i'jcd in pUIII1ICJ in the city of may t"l Train and with the line of Mail Steamers between .
\ some II
4 p newspnptr ; .
WKKT SrwAxxitc Raves --- ------ ----- of .JjJto'Wilrord. -
duced some 25 pel T. at IVlAiiwiping i.I Maps of Townships or -- rights and credit which were
Tallaoarsee fortwu rootiths and that sid lefind.mtjappear cen. persons New Orleans. West and Cuba and
( Key
,gr. to cuntrct by the a suitable deduction 'urnif he t and censure plead' : or demur to the compLvnaint's learn on the nniving at St Marls,on their way
I Ouit '
will be made. But the credit 22. 1859. 4 final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probat
ruinous syrtcr. so ____ __
1 bi'l <.n or before the first Monday in October I : West the ISth! lit or 2nd of each State ot Florida l
abused in this sod this road I eland.Somelxxly IIne of Leon and ask to be discharged lien Li
,,1 t h ro\f. Done and ordered at Cbambtn this 5th July region on eU't: month and arriving nt St Marks on their way toNew County of Leon. J r county
laid admiuistration.
for the road. Suitabledeductions
?'i 4! I860.) J. WAYLES BAKER Judge must pay using; PLATERS'C. fflTEL() : Orleans on the 15th and COth of each month. B. HODGSON Executor of the last Will i&
made to those running 6 antI 6 mule RW. SOLOMON SILLS. Adm'r,
July 9. 1859. 2S-Sw Whenever thes daYI come on Sunday the Train Testament of Chance Alligood, late of
r lI : :__ I team lir the season, when arrnnfrements are made 11LEoa. May 14. 1S69. 20-6m
will run cc that t'ay to connect Leon[ connty, deceased having filed in tbe Probate -

;: Master's Sale of Slaves.BY beforehand.Richards Mill April 9. '59.JERE 15 RICHARDS. 11. FISHER, Proprietor. ED\\RD IIOUSTOUN, office of said county a written snirgeftion that be beeves N otice--- .
I tbe Estate of the said Charles be
Allignod to
41 virtue of a decree bearing (late '!' the 13th I ----- -- -- ----, -- April_ 9. 1859. __! -1y__ _ Prcsl. 4Sup't.. insolvent Therefore notice to all ALL persona baring claims or demands.-.'"'
: I of July in U made by the H"n. J. \\nIt's ncary 1. 11 5!. 1 : is II.rebyIm Estate of James T. Archer decease) !115!
L Baker, Judge of the Middle Ciicuit of F orida satin; ;; I Sewing Machines. SYRUP & PORK -- p e> ons having claims against said Estate, to appear of Leon county are required to present the- />
SCHEDULE and file the Mine with the Judge of Probate of
t ) in Chancery, in a ceitlia cause wherein .imt-s liBroume BAKERS CELEBRATED FAM-- properlyautheoticated to M essr*. Papy Amy Aitk*.

S John McDou all and John C. MrGthre aic GROVER.t: Machine New Stvle. Price from -BARRELS I OX TiE when county there on or will before be the 20th day of distribution September of next.the agent and attorneys, withfti two years fmni thiI

complainants and Saruti Ann IWtton, Ix.'c\.tl1x. J-c, tio to'f 160, extra dlrg..of fa for Lf'nlnerlThe FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. funds of said Estate II- pro rata the creditors of said date or this notice will be plead in bar of thee reiorery -

,., of A. It. Oatlin. deceased rn
it: are defendants. I hall on th. tir.t Monday of Sop a strong ..':l..trop. \II do ant cheaper i.Qy- Wont SALT. D. W. GWYNN. Judge of Probate. requested to make immediate payment to my-sgeoU:

_ _ & tember mat that U to say on the, fifth d.iy o( S.r-tcin- big than I'faltrc.can. evrn if the work for lew-j TLENTY Rood SYRUP and March 19. 1859. 12-Cm and attorneys aforesaid. a .
her. 1859. sell for h. at tn (I. BARREI. MARY 8. ARCHER Executrix.July
lt ( >* public llIlrly.l-t. : cent an liter. :1\,1 are unquestionably the best .L for sale here. Also -* or fine Key ,
; : Couit House door in Tall.ihaMc. the rivim,iiiar>' t>r I chines in the niaikrt fur family .. io.on sueeountof at LADD'S"nt Newport, Wes LEAVES FEUXANDINA DAILY, _J6Jr 9. 1859. 2S-8tr__._ __
remaiiHlor iutvreft tf (lie Estate of A. M.Hatlin:"d<- : their simplicity, durability.! see of m i.nj S.TT. Fa .
!Cm.t !O. 185 R. 47 Notice.
in the U\es .icl) SiiahArin I .v. (SUXDA YS EXChPTED ) or THE
I ecticd, negro :!igiied tit : Adaptation to all varieties of (.f.iunly tenin! -exeruti'ig ,
Bvtton fut licr JOVMT in raid vstatc::n.l I "'I cqu. Guns Guns ON Farmers'& BankOF SIX
cru... to-t>it: Mary and her (.1'11.! Gus \\ ili! Ann j and without special alju.lrelt! GuS ronneetinl at Callahan with Stuff for Exchange .the undersigned will prevent U> &. Bo

y.ix'' her child l Fred.E-lmuml. JIl\'i4. Fauny and her : J3T": Send lor a Cir-ular.Addns TIE permanently located Trader's lm"n.1 Ct-ntreviIIo: Oa. ; at Baldwin with CIIIRLESTOX. Fudge ef Probate of Leoa couoty. his dud oorf

chIldren Mary, Guy. li 'fc and an itif.mt. I 1.. }I. FOLSOM Ccntmille, Fla. the POt office where be is rrf'pre Stasr* fo TaU.bAe; at Tail Bridge with) Stage FJCCHANOE ON NEW YORK NEW and Touchers as administrator on the Estat of J"**

K. B. hILTON Special Master. April 23.1859. in the most workman-lik and prompt for.iSddlebcrg; and at Starke with Stages fer New SIGHT Townsend,deceased late of said eoooty sad ask
4 July !.t. 1859. S0-td_ make and nansville, Gaiuaville, Micauopy i Fletningtoo, and La be dismisaed. '

Ji I Aromatic Tonic Bitters. CUXS RIFLE*:. GUN-LOCKS.n Ooala. FOR SALE. LrrTLETON M. WHITE Ac! r.May .

Tax Sale.BY fact work pertaining to a Gun or Locksmith.IV LEAVE Starke daily? ,(Sundays exceptetl) on arrival A. DENHAM, Agent 7.1859. 18-m____

I virtue of the authority Tested in me by law, i rplIESE Delightful and Invigorating BITTERS I % al above qualific.lions be expects to merit a 01 Stages, and connecting at Fernandina) with TAnllhAn Dee. 1858. 49_ NoticeT"S

I feball evil on the first Monday in December invaluable article f>r those tifflicted with liberal citizens of this place and Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday,

next before tbe Court Huute door m the city <>f Tallabattcc Dyi>eps a. Indigestion or loss of Appetite and those surrounding patronage country. Tuual' Wednesday and F.iday. State Bank of Florida, hereby given that application will be nW1'JL

timing legal boors at public outery. the II who are suffering from Debility incident to recovery Lr. N. Gun locks always for sole on hand. .A. 1 COLt Sop't. T- the text session of tbe Legislators of Flori i$**

followingiands! l\ing in Loon county, near M.timmjj- frum sickness or l latitude attendant Warm Cli B AUGUSTUS BROWN. May 1.1858. 18 amendments of the Cbarten of tbe PVtisasoIa 0 *

ton T':&: The Vf'i ..f the X W }. Section 19. Township mates, will find in the Aromatic Tonic Bitters a valuable M,r bS6. 1PS9. 13RAROA TALLAHASSEE.Or gis; Gulf City
.. 2. East 3 S 'rth. containing 80 acres more (>r l remedy,, bracing end reuovating the system OROUGn, C., OFFICK IX ]UTGEU' BCILDI ( Also for a Charter Lie a Railroad fr*
less. Sold to'JY the State and County taxes for I when prltrt.( NOTICE. HILL S the Gclf of Mexico in the County of Franklin.*tt

the rears 1804, 6. '6. '7. '8 nnd'9. Owner not known. Directions for use accompany] the Bottle... ACADEMY. C TOuT EXCHANGE ON. NEW YORK ANDO in the direction of the Northern boundary of

1* C. DEMILLY, Tax C llcctor. I .Ftt.paied and auk bv t tI m MAY NEW ORLEANS FOR SALE. State JTorida Bait of the River Apalaebicola.

July 2*. 1S59. SiMds_ I ED\e ARD BARNARD.Drug'sl attention of of goods by the T"I for eleven yearsJL WIt Prcsi lent July S3.1859. 80
f and Apothecary. 1 C iget an officer of the South Crlin State Military BAILEY "
_1 Tallahassee & P.n Georgia Railroads Academies. For a circular nddr1 W. R. PETTES Cashier.

Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE _April_SO, 1S59 1: : --.-_I is respectfully called to the following rule: TEW. Hillsborougb N. C. February 19.1859. 8 Notice.-
C C *
OF FLORIDA > Ritt'9' of TallahoMtee & Pen. J Gto. R R Co.- March 12, 11-ly SIX montbssft.tthe first poWirttim( tbU
Oooory.,f Leon. f For Sale the mxkn% Md czerator of the las '**
ire payable in Cash on delivery of goods, L858. "
and testament of James dec
TETHIIO BRADLEY,administrator of the evlateej GOOD-.TWO will be ch: eo on articles"lying over, WttfohMd.
A .totae Notice. DESIRABLE his deal syrcount assneb ezeesztortoJudge.fFrebateef :
ef Bennett Bradley,late of Leon county del-eas RIAGE AND HARNESS Cu' I after periods: .* Eecutor's A MOST AMOHTXEXT OF present Leon and ask to b*

.. ., ed, having filed in llie Vrotmte office of said county n tale.. Apply t, To Coosi nees in r.Ual1ape $ d.Js ] given to all persons having JOllY a.cotmty WH1TEHKAD. &1"
written sujfjcstion that be believes the estate of the I .. .' P.. B BKOKA\V. within 6 of a depot 6 L\ elms or dt't'ID1 against the estate of David FRESH GARDEN SEEDS charged.
June 4 ta 9. !s&mNotice.
_ said Dennett Bradley to.be insolvent therefore notice June 41859. --fl 'J3 9" I cleu
.. .is hereby given to all person having claims against I --- over 13 w 14 creditor, legatees, of dltrilotr to present tb .
i f' T dESE SEED are pnxrurrd from cold elimateJL !
._ V said estate to appear and fill the same will. the Judge Thin rule will be strictly adheP to and parties same t the untogDf Executor. within twoyears a -

4&*-- of Probate of scud couuly, on or before the Jd lay of FeatherBrhes: & Dusters. .. dlt(o goods are comply thr.wi from this datE. Anlhftite 01 they will b warmer- and one will like fotweqnentlj ours.t' fluoriih the. better in a SIX: weeks after dale. I abaJI apply to tbe 4ttinrniatratiotiaattbaEstateot ,
January next when there will be a pro rata distnbu- 'or> ISo goods cannot be delmred.E. barrel: und all tl.ndeb.1 i t. estate are requested ProbaU of HAnriOsn tO,. for!letttl. \ItI
"'. AL DESCRIPTIONS Cell send orders that .
: OF early or
A B"
t lion of said estate amongst dIe creditors of said estate just received and 10USTOUN Sup't.'Sectiuel to make i-lr. your' LiVELY you may William S.
D. W. O Y2TN.. Judge of Probate. HI YERSi'GORMAN.Frlruary *. STill) Quiiicv copy. P10t. C I.EWk Le fr. get thee Tarietics rfcired. AMES & : of,aid county deceased. BEKJ.JuJyJS. i- 1.AJ.
: parr 8 1639. 2
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