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 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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I GALLIE THE POPULAR IYSAH.I'.Y I it,)- 'was a source of constant animosity; on the( I :Meiisvtre not so bad, then, after .all- '! rd llbath'; ::; :experienced t time! slightest! :'"
JO1t5iLnaL; ) nub Josinrss ([!:: '
I : I part of some one interested, and of trouble to I, Life began I to dawn i>u me in a mOle amiible :i Pcling of lu ocaling.c'fbe ntrcni;: was #
--- Dr.AI.V.K INr i ( 1.13self. If I taught school, according to the aspect, and I lelt! a sensible increase of char- 1 transparent!" : time day brilliant,and as he stood .t..t.I

IEUICAI-t_NO'I'ICI__. r nnnuiflT"mTW< custom of this country, I did I while studying | it.Y. I thought, ail these fi-llovvs! whom I upright; he could see theun shining through

; Late lft'tfallafl'r'rnoon\ I rode! leis law the whole two \eais was one prolonged I hare: despised so much and thought so i tIme water with n dreamy consciousness that ,
Dr. m. F. Shine one ( of in them i his about to be closed it forever.j .....:.. \
ureic into the small vill.tgc of M-, sit- fight between me and my pupils. The slightest : mean, have, after all, much good ,. eyes on J.
orrrn m* ErISIYAL fiFBVicts' 10 THE -\\1)-: uhU'd on a fir southern slope of the! .\.fleghaI : :: inflllc'.ion of good order was an oflenrc, : and even their badness: i is n>ore the result! olI .J j Yet he never feared his fate nor wished i to '

trIcE:; adjoining that of I'r. Gamble' .t I / L\ (;];."EllitL. I nip*. The quiet inllu ices) ot! the slav Lit! so and, fin princij must be punish(' I did I warm passion than! of cold n'pltce. They averYif. A slet>py' sensation w I lich soothed( :

: ) ISO3.; 46 I It hot! into and! not reflect then that many offences are .ihe i inrI', in fact, to be pitied rather than punished and gratified him, made a luxurious beki'hfis i
nt a dreamt'.tliorghtfiiliiess. : I "
MILES"NASH'V C I I scarcely nolii'e-l thc crowded streot aid result of thoughtlessness or impulse, and must I for nine-tenths of their Intefulnets. watciy grave. .

1 Gi\llDlN\ smmsi staring: throng of the tillage? ns I ontend.Hoveer .- i not ho treated as deliberate ImJIIt'.,,,. Theiroccanence i Tie: fact i U, thought I, I have not treated i f.

Dt; LF.RS INDRl'GS I I the cxritc shouts of I HtiTali I (fir in.iy be checked without punishment. i mv 'li-llo\v-men v>'iti! common justice, and no I 'MKcclktacons\ : Items. .

: ] of 18GB.I I I "was determined, however, lo suppress wonder they are turning against JIl('. I havt
) J& PALMS ; I Watson( soon recalled! my mind to'the reiietnliraflce I A (pipe like a quack. medicine, i ii .nothing:
the hand and under estimated them and > estimated
disorder *
I ) all : by strong o\ r my
i unit it was ilmiou! day and i.ifotriLHl until its ft"1.
Hf I would make no with! the levity! of I self. 'I see'that I 1:11I subj ct to the same pu
MEDICINES) : OILS DROPS mo (.l( the fact (IIttt: son c i bthillItl! liy ,
i tIe name of Watson, was |n.baby} the fortunate childhood.! The consequence} was a spiiit l of frailties lucy iiiyself; anJ J if I would but _:. To speak harshly. to a person of A<'''!lilI.! ;! .

"1 TJ"OULI) inf.irm their rids nnil! lie FLAVORS I; randiJate. rvsistnnre: and revolt far more turbulent: and give them meal credit fur their woith and ity, is like stnkaJg.: ; a harsdchtorilhls your
\ they hive on band a !!'oocl\ a---itnJorl. i that I their I fist -
.. disorderly than the original levity.. show them appreciate merits\ .
\Va'soii I Wat- WLata
thought on
l.it':1'} are generally: k.f'! ill ::1"< n line cf
a | -
j ( AND COEDS I would iltiJVr! %itli a mm.as to the settlement m'ght; he as popular as body. My mind
for it is any I Right and duty! are like two palm
and will IK receiving rp.u1a. IresL! itupplic-i. name: n Congressman Why, very. tree, s -
hrtt1 shall Le reaionaUr.I the Dui. STORE vf little In-ttcT than Watt\ "Go it Watson !T of business. If he insisted on his \-iewsI 'WIU made up. 11 nclfol th comprC'mi.'Jc should 'I wMch bear fruit only when grow ing gldo! by .

T-IULass, ApiilStli IS53-: : 14. KI\\API J) UAUNARD.: : JR. Iloorav tifr.. \\'." roared! out a diunkctift'l. could not but believe that it was in bad fat'i.: 'be my mot: >. If city oIlier d'fl'ercd; from me, M.Je.
--- -- ----- ----- : ,'- 8. 51 I made no allowance for the blinding influence I would at least give him credit for every
A. GALLIE \v, stumbling: into the >tieet from a giogshnp. I 1- Picntiee says!", "I by the rules of w\r. it w .
of : other thuiiti-iirn.raiIce
anger, cupidil, or any passion.y prejudice: or pts.iontla.ltcoud
I S 1:1: recojii ,i a large ami wl1!! Mleit: *J E. Anderson, \v. Watson. The struck forcibl differed with me ; it.was enough ; he must (palliate his error and vindicate his tin t" to top a cannon ball. The fillow!
name! me .
J I'HAI'l.E l anJ FANCY COODS: cnJ- Solicitor iu ) j be rascal and I to it should be I talks like a Jud!,,!.
} fliaiircry and I repeated it tn m svlf seu-ral linws.n .- a generally gtvcbun understand cerity, even though a Yankee _
>y./i,." att'l HuiHuifr /: 'a4/ Ji'aJe ('lIll] that I thought so. on the Abolit'on question, a Sotuh Cr.iolinian Whit church do .
: .\ A, I Il.OP.im. \ ,)', tunly, I tl.o-igLf, it can't be lull! .vou attend Mrs. I'jI r.tingtftn
lint* a"*, Li.>ti and Moe*, FfJlni1 As"u imagine, the number of on nullification or a merclnnt as to ?''
of times. mv my II our ac-
Watson that
with; fuii-llty! : and 1 piomptnes to I college Andyet, now
G'rocfriti. Iriacs." />./* (iitri'fcte l to hi:* care in the Cir I lemember, he if as from this Sta'e.' Hut tal' I i, one tiling was any paradox where the (:ns. _
AJJ11 : 1859. 18 :\ Was inglun nail J\c.r-o.u.] \vns of such a fur} uncompromising di-posi* ininy: ; w.iim friends! fur apart lenin my micompromUing necessary to make any and every man like JH.I is dispensed 5\kim." -
--- -- --- -- -- -- at Mai iaLii.i.: end the United ; qn'iit when opposed, I wruldpake me whieh. was ti) show him tint I ,
cou'.d'! be elected I thought
I' ton:: that 1 lie nt'\l'r corporal I had rather receive kindness
BAUNAKDr.}) Cuuits .t i bola Mjd Tall.v never :r tlliW't.'r
1. : AfsJji" of the any concession! if people! would only I highly of him in some respect or other, and .
I of the ,
co'npov or even secretary iebain I 'bestow not lo return! benefit is
WILL CONTIM. Tit CRUG take a lower tone than !that! of o!>en: contest (the more respects the better. ) ou.; :
-Cm : It cant
; 1;$ at be '
? soi-ictj college. our I the greater sin but not to confer 'it is tim'
& MEDICINE i w.\v." lint men will not submit to FilCh terms fUllt'r. \'. I I thought and thought, tilll/l)' miiid! vvacl.ir eailier.A j j.
LANGE7"AKER And by: degrees I 1 found Iho JlIII\lIl'r'or and. resolution! fixed. I would -
at tlla-inn and ; : my commence !
t 2l AT THB: OLD $f-TAM' f IX ..J.1OF After pulling tip cleansing
my person and! nppnrc I Ii ont the dint of travel, those ranged against me getting greater and i I a new system ofsodal in'ircoirsi'.andI gfyd man: in afl'llll, who was a'tt'ihit.vt' "

\ I as well as I could with tbo iinIemenls| for greater. I I would coiiiMience illlntediah h. I w'as impatient Ill lurehis. sorrow so \\ replied," It

TilE \sf WJ-- : MOETAK, 'that purpose cr.iirenuti Ii ly located on the si leporch One morning I was sitting alone in' my I I to f-!'t it Cut hioi'! I lien I was in lightens the stroke to draw near to hint who

/ Jeweler, : of the eslaLIi.hincnt, I inquired of mine office, plunged in a rather bitter 'train of I I j jail: and no me! to operate on. I must send in handles the rod.." *

C.flleT"f Clinton viJaiiuitry : M.'cr". It'e ls, ISot; ). ; 'vffIJy\ \ i iuroJ'm the e.itiZt'11Hf> Mid the social relations were becoming-vcry disagreeable an order from. the Judge. At this joint :
I individual
his acquaintance an by : name with! neighbors, buy a slug and Jk
] : Fleila; tint lie your Ml
i-t < rft<;ns tnal.mg:
H. H. BERRY, 'if "'111. \r.IIIacf.Ibon.. 'llio jolly landlord and what brought the: subject) to my at- my spirit recoiled. Aska f.u'orofthcJutl..e ? in the cellar all night. They vvun't le. fromIllii

| !.''I: anynV. iu the tbuve. liuo, who evidently tlio/ght:: 1 le saw through tent on !still" more forcibly was that my business -the old tyir.nt Never I think! that was' il of .
Auctioneer and Lie was !suffering ma'erially! from this state the itical moment of life. I : JOI. -
Utl to care. he joke, shut! one eye and replied, Oh no, cJ my public wavered. "
of Was it fault ? I had d.Ino My lad, said a lady t.> boy
ME11CIIANT.AI.LVII A LSO- not l I" UU'IIS.ccr beam on Iiiui." things. my It was; evident that t could not make : partyinan .

i--.i F. Fla.=> 1 I. 2i' I Int5.i S9 ..\'. MliM.L I 7111:1 Si.ll at the low- Not'v hating ju exactly exacted an atlirmative wrong that I knew of. I could sec that! my ,m exception( of the Judge without giving up( : empty iraiil big, "are Ota ni boy J"
--- : <. course was rendering. unpopular, but wasa 'l'incipll.-rn just found. The You don't! think I'se fonale!
rather taken this my ( panacea Lo.toz'JOt.
Iitil;! .\. CORLUY, :.( rO'('('$ .,,;"0/ if required. iCIIIativl'reply, I was, but in a moment abaeby lecoicrcd! suf-- man to flinch from asserting what he. knew resolution I had! formed! triumphed, and by malm' ?1" .

Attorney at Law : .IS-Iy \ to be right from! site). a motiveas that ? How dint of stienuous kicks Upon my room 'do'or, An Irish i postboy, bating Sheridan
-- --- -- ficienlly to go on. dlivcl I Ia
far would! it go ? Where would it end, this I summoned the j jailor A ,pen, ink and log t during torren's of rain the latter .
TALLJII1V6S1'I, I 1LA.Jaii'.ay House for Sale. He; hn'i a'-out tliitycarsold, I suppose, paper stage ,
tall and dunk '" yielding to the wrongful whims of others. I were soon sit hand and I wrote : said to Lim." I'.it, are JIU not very wet I"

: 17, 1S57. :S-ly a punli.i oflcM
JoknJB. Whitehurst Apply to the undir !;'fwd. .' Congress and been ilccted this very da-." indignant, and springing from my chair, oguing (pliv.iti-ly, as I intend doing public to' the arch ansvur. '

: JOHN BlIAUD. And mine host rolled off chuckling at paced the room in a spirit of hitter determin.i-! morrow, for my disrespectful! conduct and ,
my .What is the best ag-iiint ail
guard ; adversary
AND ion
ATTORNEY to the all hazards
; 10-If : play through at ,
____ dry! quiet humor. language to-day. I shall at the eat Iiest moment saul the art of self-de
\UI\XN A l'L\ and whatever the be. pupi'in
might I
WVatson consequences hand to the dCI k the in
over amount
I was nonplussed. same .
"t AT I ILL practico in the Cir.iut Cut of ( & MEL, nnme is ,I.13itS our \\'. \\'., tall, dark and Court was in session. I took my hat and which I am fined and hop d l ti: t .o bad impression fence (lo in -a 101.1" pugilKt. Keepa .
iiifl Iloluies (pros hed civil tongue your boid, was the unexjHjeti'd
T T C'.itlmuiiViilin: t"ii ru(; over to thin Court house. I entered
tho same titan to a fraction, and of the will !IM' left ujifni your mind by
thiity my
*ul |iigwcial: | attft.tKNi tu c"llxUng.NiAi'mlKT57 with a kind of independent desperation, and significant reply o
: l 0r>. 4<-ljBeni. same ag.' that ours ought to be bi this time. excited manner of this morning. Though I
&Poj-drn. SIred, in so doing happened to make a little unnecessary : that I think I Honor I Sidney Smith, pas'sinfj through by-street ,
And thtn .main it could not L<' Our '\ W., mist" say your some timesa :

F. Young, : OI1..LEA..NS. though at heart a clever fellow< and honorable noi.-'e with! the chairs. little severe, according; to my inexperienced behind St. Paul's heaid two women alAising.each
He had Mr. Clerk put down a fine of five dollars i ideas! for other from opposite Imoust-a.*'" 'l'
4-a was nrpoulir. tome of the ; yet mv respect your Honor's im- fY
\ Dllll.tit: : jjl 'lli! VJl ; against :\1 Watson !" proclaimed the Judge still never a said the wit, they '
REFER TO warmest friends, but a number of bitter enemies paitiality and! ability( should certainly put the ret argue #
ANDSOLICITOR PMins; A Co, ll.iliasee. Flo. who coi.tinually worked ngaiiibt him, in a tone of severity. lie was a harsh, stern impression, evin if correct, entirely out of ,, from thtcr nl premises." ,

IS EQUITY. : & Co., Quinc)". some openly) others covertly. r.iMn, vary qgrpcnMo to the bar in general view. A sneaking dirty fellow bging Fn fear l(
"\"\r LI. tic* ill tile C nrts cf the Caf Pn'mrr' Muntict'l1., and especially (pointed in his usual hostility to (
pra Look here, Sirabo said I to the darker, Respectfully, &c.1 bailiffs, wished to disguise A
> T cu.t .4 n4H"iJa, nuJ tLe Federal Court Dcnliam St. Marls. myself. himt'lf wrfggave
who had taken my horse, did this ;Mi. Watson The note hid: not been ten minutes, him the following : "Wash
I'ev West, gone advic
> ,
\ )H'XAT CJklSSVILlX:: AULCIIUA OOCXTT.) r May: I ask, said I, if your Honor's order
r. /'r.EXCJS: & Ormond, Atlanta, Geo. ever go to college at -! referred to me t" when I saw lights appro-tching. The :.Sheriff; yourself, and hold up your head, and I assure

{ : i. Co.. Thomasvillo, Lor bless you, inissa, I don't know you, himself opened the door this time, and the you no ole will suspect who you are1."
Yes but this finisheda
sir. I have
('APT. 4. J. LtfCAS ) moment
O,.... -T. 1). AlkKf:< )V C/iarltilon, S. S. __ 3-:- y _< ___ sir, dzactly. "Spect he did, though" he is warning to all on the improper dis. Judge entered."Mr. Some on- blamed Dr. Marsh fo changing
J TIIOMI-BOX. ) mi JIt'ly educated, sir, tel;! yon. persons : Vat Oi !" he si'', in an .
F4AI& agitatedtone
his mind. .
Will he
& AlrlAKER order which is habitual: here, and }ou drown said that H ihe difference /
l lu. JAMM S. J NETullabaw, Flo.Jir The more the mystery baffled my researches I and hesitated a moment, I must ac
: the interested I became in solving it. the very echo of my words with your noise. tc"'ecn a man and 1 jackass!; th & COUNSELLORS\ more knowledge before these that I have
"I when Honor can't his mind and thaucanit's
not jackass change
--- was present your a ;
T.WILLIAM Resides, Watson had always been a favoiite done you wrong. At the san.e time I thank human .

SCOTT, r xw, of mine and so, bending my course up what spoke." you, sir, for the lesson of moderation which : privilege.

AfTfli'LEY) r LAW, .1 co partnership in the praCtice of seemed to Main-street! I started on a voy. It makes no difference, s r. You know you have given me, and which, from my age A little! girl, showing her little cousin, about -
the rule and I determined enforce it
MOXTICKLLO, FLA' 'ill attend to any professional busi- W. W. Watson Attorney am four old star said that
age of discovery. and position: it was my duty to give 'ou.I .- years : ; star
S'A. I
J'aly\n.1I'da.\ :ito tljao .thtir carp..\. PERRY AMAKER. and Counsellor at Law," soon caught my rigidly. cannot repeat my this expostulationsto shall try to profit by it. Come out"of this you see up there is bigger than this warfd.! "
--- 18 eye, painted over the door of an office, before "every separate citizen county.dollars than place sir. To. morrow, your fines will be No. it ain't," said he. .Yeslt is." .Then
I'd rather the five
Oh !
M. U. PAPV. Ill'011 .\ I collided. I pay why don't it the rain off?"
-- "" which a throng of people were publicly remitted, and the court will not allow keep
n to have heard the I lecture, I replied."Twentyfive .
PAPY & ARCHER INSURANCE. pushed my way through the crowd until I dollars more, Mr. Clark," you to make any apology" There is nothing purer than honesty '
immediately in front of a gentleman I stood amazed at the of
came shouted the Judge, his fairly blazing with success my first nothing sweeter than charity-nothing art.
.L.ttcr12o3'ct; I who seemed to be the centre of attraction.Our .- I eyes wei touched and .
; ; FIRE LNSUEIMT I rOJIi'nr personal animosity to myself. 1 he hot blood essay, as as embarrassed er than love-nothing brighter thin virtue

T.\LL.\IIAS.r.E. FLORIDA.Jnly \ .... COMPANY, eyes met, and there was a mutual recog. mounted to my IIl'hJith that sudden bound by the tone of the Judge. From that day and nothing more steadfast than faith. -
9. 1859.FLOYD. :!8 tuition though a dozen years had elapsed sinceour I to this lie has been my warmest friend and
which for the moment.
IUCTI'OIDy. upset reason A boy was driving a mule when
-- -- --- --- -- lat meeting. Then came the warmest though he still retains his constitutional sternness negro

$100.000,000 00. '.: I will not pay) it," I exclaimed, strikingthe the animal suddenly and refused 'to.
& HOLLAND greeting both parts, and an introductionof it has been remarked that harshness has stopped ,
Law.WILL M. P. ELLIS, Agent myself to the crowd, who extended their table violently with my clenched hand. almost entirely disappeared from bis official budge. ", Won't go hey V sa''d .tI81 Y.:
Attorneys 4, 1858.; 49 enthusiasm to my own person with suchhearty "Take that man to jail, Mr. Sheriff, for" intercourse. Feel grand! do you !-Guess you forgot.
in tIle Circuit Courts of ) contumacy and continued contempt of court, father ,r'
practice --- good will that I began to think I could I have hitherto in your was a jackn!
West Florida,find in the Supreme .\. NOTICE. 8.iid-the Judge, pointing his long, bony fore. faithfully persevere my
f tbe State. Also in the District Court of the -- run right well for Congress myself. finger at m?. resolution though often with great sacrifice Pa, didn't I bear you say the other day ..
ed States,in the Northern Ditrict of Florida.R. Ten o'clock Chat night found me snugly of my feeling, sod have reaped tho rewardof JOl wanted 1 cider press.I''

.J. FLOYD, Office ApalarLicoIa.: Willis. ensconsed in my friend's cheeiful library, theltmospll'fC' The shades: of evening were gradually it. I can safely say that I have not a single Yes daughter where can I get one..t" :
D. P. HOLLAND Oflho Quiocy, somewhat redolent of Cuban darkening the objects around me, as I sat in "
.'\ in Jefferson countv one half : per- enemy but hundreds 6f iends of tho most Why, you try Zeke Stokes ; lie huggedme
Dec:22! 1855. 51 -- rear of Mr: *. Braden's.oiiL Angus.: fume. At length! I said!, Well, now, Dill!!, my prison room, in the very same positioninto devoted kind. It has worked the most wonderful the other evening at tho party, and I
.. Proft'l 5ioDalllen'lccl the tell how did to be which I had sunk when the key turned H.I
L. > to eur- me candidly, you ever get change, too, for my own happiness as you he made me grant!
Henry in the I will not undertaketo
Watson reflected a mo. on me
a popular man vvi-11 as prosperity, for among all ths sacrificesof
2 describe to the perfect chaos of feeli A thick Leaded squire, being fir
the and :ig
his fixed you
COMMISSION ment, eye on ceiling, a which I spoke as necessitated by it, there worsle
that had meantime within Sidney Smith in an r'e.
smile of satisfaction on his handsome in the reigned me. argument, tok
TALLAIIASSii: FLA. M T N A slight was not one which a true man or a gentlemancould If I bade i'
face before he replied : The stupor as of one just stunned by some vcngo by 1Xliming. i wM -
or censure.
-4' .. great catastrophe which he hardly yet com was an by JJ make btm a '
You know
It is the of partorr.
T ICHRAL advance made: on Cotton or CONPANY story a struggle. '' So then said I "your secret is compromise ,
that I had at last to Very said Sidney: I
JL consigned to las friiiida in New York. yourself what obstacles I mcsl have encountered iurchteuid-sltame come ?tot probably tjj see
/ ). father of different .
this pass-self condemnation for having so your was a
SIGhT CHECKS ON !\IWom: -: FOR \ in achieving such a position. Yes. Show every man that you have a

In amount to .,tit purclmert. Yes," I f'aitf.) "you always managed to weakly given an enemy the advantage of me high opinion of him, and show it especially "I say Germany, hev yer got any sad-
in IS19.-Charter rrrpdnal.0 hand plentiful stock of enemies at -rage, with its thousand, frantic schemes of dies for !" !
March 12. 1659. 11 keep; on a when there is any contest between: yon, by dogs s
-- -- --- cull,,!!('." bitter rev'ngby turns had possession of all compromising with his convictions, and even Now, Young American, no doubt expected .

E. c7Cabell, ,,-? 1,000,000. Fact" he replied, laughing heartily. my faculties. My friends called-no admission. prejudices and passions." Haus I Its land a stick of wood i tbo immediate -

..ittcrxiyctt: ; n"QC" Hut now I. never allow myself to indulge ii My'servants bro'ight dinner-no ad- I was so much pleased with my old friend siinityofthedoorbut n! Look .

TALLAHASSEE FLA. !' .1.0xnp' ,\ .\ '. :IST FIKK':, one. They are, it is true, continua'Iy! !springing mission. 1 he jailor fumbled at the door as that I tanied with him for a few days, n- ing up from his work quite composedly, hI'
\ TO
\ though intenduug to come in and 'favor me
hero and there but I findit .
: r TKNT:: WITH TIlE LAW up as soon; as trary to prcuous'ii.tentions! before leaving replied : .
January: 8, 1859. 2 COlirtNsATlON.: out, I take special I abs to exterminate wth: his unwt.i'ome condolence-no admis the village ascertained conclusively that Yaw, com in, tnt try Voh dn!" -
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WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, B. C. LEWIS, Agent, them.. sion. Hour after hour passed. At length he was Ihe idol of the whole district llispopularitJ' Yonrjj! ;merit sloped.IumberOnc..

Talialia&e and vicinity. How on earth do you manage to keepon passion grew somewhat weary from its vio- however resulted not from

Attorney and Counsellor at S3 good terms with everybody What's the I'ncc11.1 reason began to lift its he :d again his winning, manner; It was; biscd only ou the a
above the troubled waters. And now, as I
FLORIDA. secret f"II strictest of character without which i*
MONTICELLO. & McClellan Integrity
"TTTILL practice in the Court of the Compromise, sir, compromise. I have sat there the darkness of night creeping over the respect necessary to sustain popularity One hour gained by rising early, is worthone
; ; : a't 'X.n-vv'' me, a calm interior light seemed to dawn and month in a -
TY euit,aotI Thow..* and Lowndes learned ti compromise even with the prejudices would have been year. I
March 2. 1856. 12-ly THE OOfETS OF WEST FI.OBI9A. of men. A man, sir, is as inexorablein strange! thoughts took( possession of my mind.I I left with but Oae hour lost in the morning: by lying I In
-- - of a pnjad.ce, as of a rational con had been wronged, but had I not often unintentionally regret ; keep a eye bed! wil 1 put back all the businci of the day
:M\BIANN\. support the 1 of friend
St'OL.A>D : upon congressional career my ,
j.: M. CALLAWAY viction and wronged others in tho sameway One hole in the fence will cost ten lime
frequently nor( so.
.....J. F. flo"LF.LL.Marilhna expecting to see him, some day stepping likea !
*, When, and how did one of impetuous TIle Judge had fined me, at first, for as much to fix it at bncx
GROCER & COMMISSION : 2 v your second Clay, with his principle of .
---- nature ever take time to think 'Of that ? thoughtIes .brcach of the rule; but I, too, between compromise Ole diseased sheep (will spoil the Hock. -.
Two Doocs ABOTK AMES Orlopp & Co. I should like to profit by your experience. to its union. Ole keep a family poor'ahamake
I IONSTANTLY on Land and receiving fresh Well, it is seldom\, a man profits much by might easily: have been the effect/ of merethoughtlessness country, preserve them miserable. .
\.... Flies of provisions and Family Groceries. ; DEALERS IN
/ in selecting good to fill orders any other experience than his own in the though very annoying me. One unruly animal will tlc' alf cllicrS .W

the pain country.cpared And at the lowe-tnuikft prict-s. FINE CUTLER science of human nature but to amuse you, I began: to think that notwithstanding my DKATII,-The article on Death" in. theNew company bad tricks ; :lt the CiL fays,*' OA'

try produce and all lither good cousi/nod; to PISTOLS, 4't'., 4'("., I will give it. For several years after leaving I past theory and practice an apparent wrong Cyclopedia has the following : sinner destroyilh muc rod,

.ale will receive prompt attt-ntioa The P irl.Street. New Yoik.: college, I remained, as yon knew me, strictly may not he a real wrong after all ; that men, As liPj approaches extinction, iii'ensilili- One wife that is nhrdjs f.fug! t\\' fine

carl TalUlaoHee examine and and vicinity arc good rerpcctfully before ROBERT ELLIS. uncompromising. I would not pot up with as well as children, often do, without thinking ty supervenes numbness and dispositionto her neighbor dresses, and t she can
price my MAX A. ORLOPP. JR, the slightest real fancied. The things which seem lo be bad, and are very get, will look : if she about "
elsewhere. Every article nrrafited to be ca i wrong, or repose( which we do not admit of the idea Illes1oht llk
cccK-d to the purchaser.: THOMAS 4 P. ELLIS. consequence was that thore were constantly disagreeable, but should not, In justice be of sntTering.-Even in those cases where the something eI5!

April 1 G, ';'9. 16 broils and difficulties on my hands. trifling punished because they lack-the ingredientsof activity of the mind remains to the last, and I One hifebdnd that is penurious or?nzv, and
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Hamlen slight was sure to occasion-some exhibition malice. where nervous sensibility would seem to continue deprives his family of necessary comforts-

A. J. PEELER'S, of resentment on my part ; an equivocal word Then the Judge had imprisoned me for refusing it is surprising how often there has been such, as their neighbors enjoy, is not a de- a

LAW &. COLLECTION MERCHANT, mast be explained immediately, and I would to pay my fine. Yet, how often had I observed a state of happy feelings on the approach cirable a ho ought to be. ,

TALLAIIASSE, JXOEIDA."ITflLL : St, New Orleans. rattier have lost all my ftiends and fortune used stringent measures with men whore of dtth.elf I bad strength enough J One good la one god! thiog lit

Practice in the Circuit Court*of -0-- than to leave unpunished the smallest act of fused to pay me or give other satisfaction that to hold a pen, I would write how easy and : every fatally he"ppr ,

T T Leon, WnVulla.Jefleron and Madi:
attend promptly to the collection of notes E. Droone ) F'.a. saw that certain good bumorecll'ersoos rein may, liCe myself, have been so much influenced the celebrated William Hunterduring his Lost I I foe i/, is an unworthy (iio go, and Pt I

counts in any of said Counties. the door ) TllaLaMCP. the habit of passing. over just such things by anger or disappoint "nt, or even moments. I the best interest of his CamSy .at"
tT Office in the Capitol opposite Efq.. without and did to lose avarice not really to tea clearly that they .. I I __ .
Attorn.,. General office. Newjort, F1a. notice they not seem as Montafgne, In< ? his essays, describes j jan I L
Fob 27, 1868. 9-1 f | Ell(].. 1 r Fla. ** an)'thing by ire Everyone liked them favored were wrong. I should, therefore, have proceeded incident which left him so senseless' that ]I I N.POLFo; '. Viatoc.: .

?,,Quincy Jefferson, county FI*. them III business, and spoke kindly and with them gently and patiently, and he was taken op for dead On being restored on St. Uelenaandh6made .- '/ ;

FIRE INSURANCE Ea. Madison Fla. respectfully of them. Hut 1 attributed their not put them down quite so hastily as rascals.I however, hv nYI: 'Mtthooght my life on- good his iil. .
STATE FIRE AND HI1RIAE IXSCR1XCB E q. Cedar Key, Fla. way to obtuseness of perception, and believed concluded I, finally that often, when men arC Ij lions op u my lips; and I shut my eyes to ,thog': I .hal pect' eu'r J". ..1tbe .

Ebq, Hamilton county, Fla. that they were constituted as not to eel the really wrong, they may be acting under influences !help thrust out, and took pleasure laogji. polar & orbe r epSye t'
PENNSYLVANIA.INSURE n. E,q- ThomaniUe Geo. that stung me keenly. which blind them to the fact, or excitemenU and I Lime-war .
annoyance so ing Jelling : A a fthr
against loss br Fire on the usual! f mjselfgo. writer'in the b cry or '0('
F. II. FLAGG, fcsq.. DuncanTille Ceo. I And so it went on for years. In every bn- which mako them almost irresponsible Quarterly: review records that a gentlemanwho bp1 J .t.. iAi41ptbsaSJ4e oI

'J'ft1YtIUI"'I'f', DrrrmWr IS,1838.: 51 47 Inlets transaction: of ni i extent my utItttb'l' for their acts. had beriOescued from drowning. declar :. !' ....

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.j I oiiynaUd-- -and-ccncummatcd- the 1)111)J' hicb-tbe I I always opposed to him-and we l.ighta J the law I' TIle following--urtielo, wLicli- w e eopy from the I TV R THE rtOK'PIAS JOITSAI.lJortda BY TELEOBAPH.C

tj{I : r JWitrian & Journal.TALLAHASSEE I l'c'ur has 1el brought inlo (1rtpute. and by evj I too, in ninny Instances.Vhat should be matter of I Boston Commtrcial Bulletin. of; 13tl' hits?., will be5utrre : Coliege.ME I t
: I
': i thus small eireuinstanccI LA'TEI.
: j j *ry principle! of Uw. an.) (c'ji:5ty he and he only isi c.incern regarded a ling !t. planters : I -r.'. Ettrrouut-.t pr"p iti in ta raise one Lt1n- I.

i entitled to the whatever be. I I n layaldle.. So, too,with the fee-jr..bIte. Wb iI j Iron for ami Tare under the
J I reap fruit's, they may mtrl Uoopn Ballnr Cotlfii, ; Jred thousand dollars to build a College: '
;. : I |11 invoked the wliirlwird, 1iim have the full I cares if the l lawyer do condemn hisact ? .We Bi oil COIIOH.: I patronage of the Florida Conference i ill now before <| f* TIi K: .

4 --- -- I I those who think that all is to die with I Tin'ot'on l.isyr of New Olenn arc reported
: of the storm. N ri. U Du cot "ipd'Jt depend
"> the this must
Lndit j\f t Judge to ha\- ii'Ccti: ; }*::.tioH-i the C'liamler of Con 1 pSblic. The succcsjof enterprise
!SATURDAY, ArCCST 27, 1850.y P'lnt tt' censure him for :iiavlng'coce appeared be- them I" Why not go a little farther *nd dispensewith merce to ;itavc twelve pounds tare on a bale of cot- 1 upon the enlightened liberality, not of M-e HUNGARIAN.1

f'.rl the (Iu"le over his '1'n af TMtfire, since every those costly luxuries .the lawyer l and law ton hooped with iron.- -thtirmnjtf'reason icing (lint I!i Methodists .1. u*, but of nil uonomination, embracing :,I '
| TICKETS.EVetlon Ticket raniMied to t.J". the fountain the iron is valueless the Thi movement : ,t
Ciir-minded and mute Judge Baltzell head- Jo ccnt-urner QUEBLC. Av.ij. i2 -The kteamship Hurgariaii ar
Trice $5 tbood. A uonable for a troterquality. person must concede that circumstances books Las ,-1 cottondealer. the several churches and citizen generally
ctQr O : liim do Thnt has been the the sole expounder and administrator of all law ?! cited roniderable feeling smong *i I rived at her ''altar! !, :t noon to day.I .
When d.Ir.they will b dictributej tj Dla.. required t no. only instance ) -. In u < -'i.u.i'ii< ation to tl.i- jVI: }'. Tribune, cannot but feel a profound interest in the success i|

or otaenrbe. Term ( I in wh'uh, lie baa addrtttjfd the public ; and I his mere naked opinion, opposed U> that of every I over thee M,iitt.re of IVnrl si.. the WI lie ers : : of an cnteipri which promif-es so much good to !!I I COMMERCIAL NEWS.

t t although a sailed aince in a variety of ways, he ha* other Judge and lawyec iu the Slat*, is entitled to .. iJow.. wliHt is tje! value of rop* ami (egging ? the country. T.e! Rev. S. P. Itichsrdson, Presiding I i Lirerpoal Cvtton Market.-Iho fa!.* of C >tton

Mr. Iliubavray' h"ol, I respected the dignity of tbe tribunal of which he such extraordinary weight, it is folly to pay thocs- I t Twb ctnls a pounJ. In Europe the purctiufer deduct ( Elder of the Tallahaffce District has already submitted for three JI)s *vro '.':.Ot1O baleof v KIds pe -.Ui -

;,j p Forjuvenike. we the are first requested to my. *ill beopened I u I U m\o chootir.g n>th<-r to suffer misrepresentation anile! of dollars every year for the useless services of I pound* frun to turn three the to scale five per Let cent the us Ure New, tlr.d Orleans onv a 'preposision to Tie'' citizen' cf Quincy and .i tON took Hr.(> bale! TIle market closed JU.

again on Monday of :(ptetub r. I and abuse than to degrade his character 8 a other Judge I Let u?, by ail m alt con"tlulem I merchants adopt the English rule, and the manufacturers i Gachden county to locate the Collide there, proviI soweA 'i.-: i -y that [.ru" are easier bet q ..!ai -

1t 'hen th* will be* happy lorecrive pupil*. !! Judge by engaging aiiewi wipercontroversy evu i the Great A.sJ1orik.7-tlie Court par excellence-the I here lie put on the MI me tooling a* tl'e i I ded thirty thousand dollar could be iaioed for that !i tiora r .cLti-p i. !II .idtr-. offer r..I) bat .I.! v no

h >IedleBl t Lecture* I to indicate Jlimdf One of the organs in the in- '' umpire ansi At-bitrator-Judge. jury and everything English of mcnuf.icturcr irmi are and they will not coui- I purpose. It i i., however to be distinctly understood I I I "di"poi tiun to press sales.GENERAL! .
plain hoops. :
,?ara1ah, ) Medical Colt9-Att.ntic.n is invited; J I Urist of Judge Baltzell has gone to fa as to insti- C.lbl. This \uld be practicing economy, One of our expe-rienecsllsston roerelnr.t: appro- i that this proposition does not exclude propoI I XF.W:.

to the! advertisement of tlii. College in another column. j luU n omparil n between hi* (Ore and that .'t even hit did not ehibit much ol. ting of these suggestions in the Tril.une, -enJs us !,I eitions from other hlsceThere are flourishing, I An ; that the Bank of .. ,

: t From its it offer excellent advantage I the Black of Oho.e not one word But the Republic i is incredulous in another par a note.. on t'.ii-s suljevt. lie writes thus : j I IIl'kIth"iIJlge farther E:1 tIOIlt.icl'llJtdiOn, Impression prevailed .r- q
locality Reful.lcAD
j !lan-i would mice the rates of the lib
it 5 i. that the Exchange on
certain i-ntton
just monii- ;
ticular.! will not bvliete that i is very
t the has Judge I DuPont a ean- Lake Ci\y and Jacksonville. turn South!
< Student I DuPont uUfrr.iiirosqionse to an outrage fucturers in this country should I be plaerd on as < you j It announced in parliament that F.1I! laJ :
IJu Jt as inexcusable, repuUirc! to sentiment dipule UC'pt.at his own instance. .Where t them Micanopy stand out, embracing Ohe of the mo=t '
; ico Departrr.tiit cfthe Unlftrtity 0L r ner. of good u fi-otinj as the Er.ulibli fj>inner! Let I lord no intention of taking pttrt L he scttlii-g ot ,

4 Itlana: has a side reputation mrpas-ed by no other I decency and propriety. Hi* course indeed th
I Institution the land. See advertisement alw. must command the approbation of not in the public <, not by public meeting, one [Kjun-l to turn the scale beam ; and then they j I has already plaittda school there. O"lll:1I'Ri
1 ner.refeling II..F and that .houd! her I -aiii
England play
in markets with JJuucheuter I Ia Treaty
can foreign ;
I mind and relieve him of all suspicion of complicityin not by gathering a word of it, Mr. Editor. compete a high school under the patronage of the State.- !
IK] ntl.t"flJllllluf..etnrillt..wu.in EarojK- h there : usual 1 "tioin of Lirro '
: settling great < wan
1: g Lagrange Female College. I ( reducing the Supreme Court to a state of degra- The silence of the prets the "ant of any expression anything (lie Xorlhcin f.iruier takes to market on I I Tampa the last, though not the least, is the Ir.ofth \!\-I part jue
1i The exercise of this institution will policy.
be returned
thou and disgrace. in fivorofthe movement with all the industrious which he is not com) tiled! to uvdiiet (.ire- t for hi* United States. It i* blest wh!1 the happiest ;

I 4' on ilond.iy the 26th int. See advertisement. The I -, -.-_ -- effort of a few to manufacture public sentiment in butter he finds a lii-Lin without any compt[ u. tic.n. I I I climate is fanned ni&htiitnootiuxui-iaiitLreeLes- Thvi election for the National Assembly of Tin //IW

abe Faculty have made this College prominent "..TIoBt Cheerluc to the Oppositon." iu favor.lhows that! there has been no invitation fur his clieeso hn furnishes u cask, for his flour II in a word adds more enjoyment t>> Lumr.ialy ban cany, was conduct'd with good order. The selection
1 the F the berrcl; but th.utLdb planter titlist. b. paid fur I for moderate liberalists who wt-re ts.d
among frt mlle \hoI* in Southern The Columbus" of the 10th inst. from rank or class in of the was oj.j
I' Enquirer rCmu'k a'fiy any part State.?- his bH.sr ;ing and ripe at tO per cent iiorttl.an: it anyplace have seen. J JI
4 : country. From the catalogue eect us, tre *ee thitt : the F JrallIifn. says the recent 41tonl in Tencftfcc What n pity it is that the Republic is not familiar cost him. No wonder! Lit Lajrgii. t* Lea vy and I I ill aiM that} the people Quincy 5An- nille. ;[ to the restoration of tbe oM Jyniwjty.

: three Florida'. fair daughter are named iu the 1 and with its own in the his large and strong, for he gets litith l very The relations between Austria and Pm-feSa tare
Kentucky are moet cheering to the Opposition exchange Papers East, Middle rope I They believe thnt the College will be built ; if 1M',
L list of Undents for the past year. 1igrange. the and well for it." ahuobt: assumed the dimensions of a regular rup:urf,
| because they presage the overthrow of the West editorially and by correspondents PIle will become the centre of the literati of the State
1 place of its i famed for Its We have take It'm.' poiii to inform our elvf: I j ned to the smaller
lovality. beauty of situ were regarded a* dangerous
I his tipI
Democracy in the Presidential cnttt. and deprive coupled name with the office. Thus'the Jack on'ttic ul,'.e sul-jevts. un l to ascertain the \ il' I We suy success to them. The!! watch word of Young .
; atioo, pleatot society. healthfulness, and all the the sonville Standard of the ; German StAlcs, ivhich were already looking tow arJ*
| 12th of I
Democracy of all hope of I mnjority the next May : cotton dealers and I iii.iiiifin.turers with re-rurd to America is go-nhend. Quiuey Las caught the pirit. ;

,44r other accompaniments nlake'a'yiJbc agreeable. j House'tf Representative Well, suppose. the cal- It is not for us, nor shall We jssnme, to'wmiimile tilt substitution of iron for ropo. TLer "eem
i I eolations of the a tu-fcrt. The names of Tnatty' distinguished, able, be but one opinion nnd tliir. Jt'CiJe.ll.\. favor of I There was a ccnssderabie quantity of cotton ex
I Enquirer are correct. What party and honorable the former because of the coiicideraMe, and will be satisfied with nothing lees than a I
will take the lawyers of the State, in various section oiomy! peeled to be shipped from the Eastern district of
Peclcr'a New Patent Plovr. place of the DeraoeraejWhatparly *, have been suggested by their friends all ofholU. thor saving of any vliMiigc in recotnpres"in the et- ride behind the i.fJHol'e to P..II acol:1. Don't say [I
Africa and from the Gold
None of the tfficien'ty will have a majority in Congress 5i" the doubtless would the the of room in sto" the ) coasts, to England.
are more competent to judge Democracy wear ermine with honor tell saving p.ge eb linlility failure-the Buljett i is too grand t. f.iiL Once it
C of a plow than Ha intelligent! an-i experienced do not,and what party will succeed if the and advantage to the State. While, then, we donot to sunder in being thrown down a ship's hold, and was a question of time only. Tune Fiat lIIIt-the I The Peace Congress met at Zurich ca the Mb ; .

crersecrvbo daily has the chargeand are beaten ? Why the Bhck Republican lemoec. assume to mule a nomination, yet as a public in breuUingbulk in discharging in the greater value but nothing had transpired of their procertiiug
4 management ; journalist, it is our prerogative and pleasure note of the material I.t'li stripped (torn the bales br 'end of the "world are upon us. Tdf'graPhtl.lil- thus far. Sardinia i is represented.Tlie .
cf a large plantation whose entire time and attention thetnquirer must know that; he knows very well the indices at work among the people. We arc in tie purchaser and Lutly (but. fioun be-isig least of I road, a Florida era"-bound for the Atlantic! via '

i devoted to planting. and ,1'0 'ltT' pnee the Southern opposition party cannot succeed to possession of sufficient information to know that these reasonsthe at security itjrainst fire as has St. Marks, Cedar Keys F'rnanJinnnhmilt'S i Parliament is still debating the lialiaa ques

'with the useful improvement in cultivation. As the Democracy. And is the pro"i ect of a lilnckRepublican Judge Dnpout i* well backed up for Chief Ju..tice.aa.1 been illustrated l.y'lIriol: expeiimcrit at New staging one half sooner and one half cheaper bali tion.
the signs of the times point to the factthiat th"eusnsnu1'ehewltre. I The Ambassador to tile Conference
clearly were
such, }Mestr W. J. Aikcns J. O. and avid : majority in nnd a Black Re the old route Who would Lave
rontj I Congee. .a hot of fri 'nd and large mabse of the people, Under hie.preseiit arrangt'n-tnt.! whets bales are I by Albany. believed welcomed.
E.&aton of thie County *rch <>f were anxious ruLka President cheering the Opposition in in the east, the west, and middle '"ttions of the bound xiith rope ant no .ll"\\IlIec made for it? Our destiny begins'to brighten up.-

t tect the merit of Peeler' new patent Plow, Georgia:? We beg of the Opposition to ask theuischesthat State point to him as this next Chief Justice of the tare, the purchaser i it compelled to p.) for some I Florida i is'to be the highway o(the world. A more I The completion of the Great Eastern steamship
State f to eftch Iwile, wLieh is worth wo formally celebrated on the 8th in.t. The I
vliich did of Fhl'ich : cud those salno indices convince nine pounds rope *n-
0 they few sine in of to the
imporantCstn According future
I presence glorious awaits n.!. The hus becomea
41' us'thatise wiil Lt'. to rim, but two cents per pound. The new method College quct ou the occasion wa largely alUnde 'and l>vseverr.l
good many other ; acl giving it a fair cud 'rt-ivt1onofsone of our leading men, these but six of iron t necc5stthe; the it and
c\nl Thus, too, the JitptliKctin of the requires pounds Loop ami. ain-ii no ; age country requires
same city of the distinguished men.
I "satisfactory trial they report .that the :adaptation would bring with them 1 dissolution of the Union, 21st tare is allowed, a sating of three |I"ulld when cot- I we must hnveit. We have confidence. in tie! ability I

of one stock to imy I.Jdoplow.dlarund the quIck and the overthrow of ibe government with nil its I May : too is thirteen rents l'V IU, makes the wising nearly of )[r. Richardson to raise the amount. 'I understand i The Grand Duke Constantine had Arrived at
As to tn.1.I..tes! u!. the fur Supreme one-third of the of ordidi.r I! Shithead in a of
ensuing elcetion, cost freight at rntC j ship war.
Less with 'bict shares or blades may be changed, consequence I such a II" lee cheering to the I Judge there I That for that Gor. Cull is to address a mass Vneetlng: |
; are nlrea-ly of this is not than ;
a :
score or
I more j.urflos.irisi! ) only ei-o.it.er |
and the OppoMtion _.. _._, __. .
I J .n
_ certainty rapidity with which you may ".".u"C, iTi>i '.eu, HII 01 wnoni, would, no doubt 10t.1.emeh..s rope, but tint It can be nrrrtngeJ droll the bale I on the subject, embracing the 2nd SitlnrJiiy !il Sepj LATER FROM CALIFORLIA.

I "give the plow the proper .tt foraiiykind of Ilow. --- and the glate great credit ns dispenser with a much greater savSnjr'of! space. Cd1. t LeclouLt. j ember, in uiney} ; if so it .ill add greatly to the NEW ORtM., Aug. 20.-Tbe stennwhip Havana

log; the simplicity and of the The Quincy Republic has not adopted our advice I of equal and exact justice. The names of Judges .. Another K-nsoii III favor (,f iron i is, that I interest of the : i below
l c'pnt.I. fctrength I College meeting. J. C. P. from Sftn Francisco, on the Ctb.
stock all of We suggested the propriety of disavowing I Ihearti-i- }Forward DuPonl and Bultzell Lave been mentioned the workmen employed in the holds of ahip* and I
S$ which advantage. taken into consider- elc admitted to it columns: as candidates for Chief Justice. the dock thieve cannot so roadily cut loose the I FLORIDA, Aug. 15tb,. 1859. The Stephens and Orizaba steamers brought dv'a

Alton with the time saved in using it make it in assimilating Ole conductof We are decidedly in favor of Hon. Charles II. Du iron band, and to those V.lio are familiar 'with I -,- -- over two million In specie.
thxir estimation. best Soutlwrn men and voter, because of I' Pont and if the ia be THE Jews I, AMERICA.-From a lectinv Dr.
the contest
decidedly plow they ever tJieiropjio- to nairowetl down to the a annoyances, sueka prtventatire i* quite tin I l-y Over two thousand Lad arrived at

1 .tried, and cheerfully unite in recommending it to sition to Judge Baltzell, to that of a detestable, gang a choice between those two (Baltzell and DuPont) object.eh ve heed but one objection snirsfeted *- Morris J. Fr.icklin: in Providence, we Anther the San Francisco since (he passengers

1 41 *r,1anter generally that it soon Lethe of Abolition incendiaries. The editor refuses to do we predict the triumphant election of Judge 1 u- and (lint !is the liability of the nut eatIng I i following statements: TIle Jews in this country now 80th of July.
Iitle\in .i Pont. Dr.ring the six year that lie La's occupied a through the bagging and ir furintht' c itl.n. this, Horace Greely bad arrived at San Francisco. nrulwa
: K>. attempts out of the number about
only) .plow sed. t creep application n of j 200,000. In New York city alone
seat on Bench of the be 'h
as one Ateocinte however can easily'cbv&ted: y incnaiin the honed everywhere. He estimate* that thirty
1 11if the denunciation to all the supporters Judge Du Justice, lie has deported himself I in a manner becoming thickness of the bagging where the hoop are ap :i there are 40000. Many are occupying prominent thousand emigrants overland.
New C'otton. were coming
9W Four bale of Pont-or, as the Rrp"blc 1,1.1 it, the sincere supporter the Judge and the gentleman-neither exer- plied. Several slapinaMcrs sailing out nf New Or- I j position in politics and business. Me .r.. Yulee!

new cotton were rfc'i.cd at the of the other candidate," of whom it it insisted 'cioinjf nor attempting to exercise powers not legitimately hectic* have tried the experiment and git e it their and Benjamin, of the U. S. Senate, atd Messrs. 7.licolTer. >- LATER FROM MEXICO.
rj Cotton Yard of Heir d Color (in this city. on Wednesday i appertaining to a Judicial functionary I unqualified approbation. One of their ciiuse fur
; nothing was said. To assert the j Oliver Hart of the NEW
as Phillipnnd ORLEANS "Die
: contrary neither X..tiunal. Aug. 20.- steamship Haviina
last. They were from the plantation of Mr. I exercising nor attempting to exercise petty preference not alluded to in the fon-jroinp; snuima-
I 4J & Bratwell in Wakulla County. This we believe is we did-that if, that DuPonta" f.rrrer. were act of tyranny that never should be exercised in a ry i ill that this banding i i" highly preferable for a House of Representatives, are numbered among below, bring dates from Mauatitlan to the 17th -

the (nclude in the comparison a a Republican country and among a Christian people. pronud tier, a* the dampness incident t<> this tier them. The Christian, or converted Jew, in this The mails anti passengers had I ten robed" by Pstucibs -

!41. ; 1rt receipt ofuencnttou at any point (in thebut pertertion), patent ii it, face, mid'at .rI" ssryg In truth l Ire has proven himself to be in every respect frequently rots rope. country number 300 or 40.), an-1 of this number the mnilbags were cat open six i ilea fr JHI
1 *. admirably fitted for the Bench. Upon the subject of lure on cotton alluded to in
______ the Republic, .we utterly denounce it'a:being 100 in : a
ff I __ ajyainft are engaged reaching Christianity, town.
4 So also in the Floridian of the 30th For both of the above communications there is a great
.''t- j Jnttreet oh 1'lorlda Bond. 0"1 ,'1Qrr meaning, e well a* our ',',al design and the Chief two April : deal of truth in their remarks ; but how the evil H I or are pVeprfring'to Jo so. From Tehuantofxv it i is reported that Miniiuou
gentlemen believe
::1 .: Mr. Writer, Register of Public Lands, ha* deposited "i.In.l by way of o npliasing the denial l only, we to be remedied is more difficult to arrive tit. The _. i bad dissolved LU cabinet MirUe-m revolted agairibt -

: in th State Back Florida in this city. under I these word are italicized.) Tl.i:is what the 'Iongt are now prominently mentioned-the present cotton planters) at .lie South have it nil their own I CALIFORNIA COTTOS.-Charles Antrobus exhibitedto Miramoa ; butt the Liberali-ts vas
1 incumbent,Judge Baltzell and Mr. Justice DuPont.." way and it is not difficult to >l ltf rmine how lone ng
an order of the Board of Trustees, to meet t shoreman call "craw-fiwiing ;" for despite the Re I nt, say* the Sacramento Union, some fine speci.mtos the former at Giiiwlalyjora.
f33.O1 And in the succeeding number of the they will persist in the custom, when tIny <:an buy
I p-: the interest due] in blustering charge of .perversion," the indecorous paper(May 7)a ) i of cotton on the stalk which were The
h ; falling September en ilewr*. I fttblic't corrcfpondent writing from Jackson India tugging for 1 f3e.. per Ik. and iron for six, grown on Archlithop Mexico Lad excoimituuiKuted

-kt Yulee and Sanderson1* roads (the Florida and Gulf comparison did embrace all who support j'i! said- County and rope( for ten, anti sell it at the Mime ".ie'ttl.y f the river bank about three mites south of the city the Liberal party.Gen. .

L14J! CcttraL) Th'uis i prompt work.'and ".i no doubt I JuJi e DuPtmt A against Judge Baltzell, whetherit I have lo their cotton. When we consider that out of I The plant was tiesrifour feet high! end the test Wall AVS defeated in Tamiiulipai, losing all
| recently conversedwith many of the 3,000,000 bales but less than lottn40 bale are eonFiimcd -
r- to the was ir.UnJr.l or not. To show tide to lire c>f the fibre exceedingly: delkiteWe do not
holder the ;
gratifying of the Internal r I his
t Improvement i voter of this and the adjoining-counties in regard here, it would be idle fur our manufacturers" : aitillery.

tiA. Eoudfof our \ariou* Railroad enterprise: i .utt tr confusion of the Republicve quote Its own tj their preference for Judges oFlhc Supreme Court I to attempt to dictate term The onIJ'r l50n why see why every Calilcrniun cannot raise bio own ect_ Degollado had n&STrrn'd the command of the Liberal

t We believe there are few road in the foiled State language: and I find the, sentiment almost unanimous in favor I I the English mar.ufadur'l"I. are pUrvd con better I ton in his otvu little plat or garden. and takj the
to (*
party; promise Capitol by e
: which the J .. We shall, tl.erdoC. dO: fiiilcw flu of the Hon. Charles II. Dnpout Chief Justice." term than ours i is. that they do not buy their cot- j I ----- .-- I
pay on bond. of I t tober.
eranp'c He
uteret Uirte
promptly want of and
i when due. and the fact that the Florida the Ohio JirpMifaH*. and r''] U! And repudiate In this Phmiir r-uMIsJied at Milton Santa Rosa I ton dIrect' from the South, hut ur Eiisli factors: I Prom the A'athiille Ifninn. i I It money, forty
roads are' aud the benefit of sensible law that thousand
they men.
t Jiidtta BaltzeJI .he. l get a tx
; i an we u call upon County likewise appeared a communication; about Tennessee-TI e Grand Itenult.
oul erery j
undeniably among these few orghl to give their I ins in England but doe not here. The I loss fullsuptn t I '
-iliziH efour State, particularly c/or. I : The deree fl-a'-n.r ih Church 1 .
j con< ff public the: time : A Democratic Governor, property was >
I same coupling Judge DiPoit'name: with by the largest tII:jori'y,
ii bonds good credit in the j rc-iiect and t e tl.ir.ll.arty. vi' t lilt' direct l'urcJnil'r-nOL
The JKufhult, to and
II j I money nLtt. I Ilrn rca on justice to j the ufice an,1"rN-ing a desire for Lis the th factors the South. with one exception, 11 hich bus bun rt<-eive f fund on which they based i I bear upon the fld not to I* (the ku- \ candidacy I upon planter or cotton at I
are Urge and m.te! tI candidate for the
I increasing in value ia i die. daily \I niUati-n of t.lopfH'ie t.-uMplt f g"itIo: ( -Re- \ and election.These We see no good reason why cotton should be exempt any quarter eta ceutnry. place, of either party, in a I Bond of matured debt had rise nten per cent.
progress 1 ptblican party cf ( bit itjtvfiui/ JuJge for citation all that the from an allowance for tare any more than I Both branc-hesof'I.e !
go toproH' Rrpublic'tllut I Legislature Democratic
a towards ,
1 completion of the road thrnsclre and | !.- 4 : really e matter uf why their ritic l contradiction of our statement, that Judge which the uw i is customary. 1! a Dcnuot-raticmajori.y on joint voteofTENin spiteof -;. Ang. 21.-Information has just Irakis,
1 1 aeC
: IlcnI i X-iv if this does not prosall see alleged, then DuPont is net a candidate ot his own instance, but But to effect a radical change at once would be the unjust apportionment of 185:
II leaves
little if doubt
are not coa idcred among the best in the Three Demacratselec ed and pired, any, that Miritter -
two Democrats
very counI I \ve cannot understand the meaning of words. In. at the icvitation of his fellow citizens from all difficult. We think it can lie done by approxima -
try. parts for Congress; three Opposition men elected McLane will conclude a treaty with the Coulti-
tion. If manufacturers wish i be
I a.a only the same footing in this respect with those of Manchester strength.two Opposition men elected tutional Government of Mexico, and semd it lure
,ft 1 "" I restricted its meaning generally to the another instance of the utter folly of by the fraudulent apportionment of 1S52, and two
supporters denying a thing
Cm*. in the 3Iadlson! JfetneKyf r of the 2lrth) let them follow their example ; and, insteadcfsending I early in 'September.,
I of one candidate, whereaswe find it embraces thesupporters without first knowing whether the denial out of others elected by the failure of the Democrat of
; ; ;1 lUll under the imposing head of Wi Baltzell without every year a squad family dependants the third end fourth districts, for The provisions of the tfeaty are'thanly in "refrenee -
igl.t to their
It ;FI and DuPoot of both Wright and DuPont Look at poofiflt better than the asseited fact vith proof! to purchase cotton at the South, keep them at I Tote own
election candidates.
urges of the first named I to a transit over Mexican with
home territory, e> r-
I the sweeping language .We call citizen We shall take occasion hereafter to pursue some honest calling, and thereby I The Democratic
upon : to notice the
ti4 in the never-th
gentleoan .Chief Justc. find takes occasion toadY every encourage the coniipnmeut of cotton here where majority district tain privilegeand customs exemption, forwhhTi

1: i !to The other two in strong and severe IanI I! of our Male,find parieularl.condutra of rub Republic lecture about our reference to the authorship they can buy as needed instead of lading in large I is the larger than the aggregate majority by which all our Government will make satisfaction.
lie journal to of the article Opposition member are electedand the Democratic

account of he refect reasn justice attempting to manufacture a stocks fora year's consumption, ftta ri-k oi change
guage o w >at their in
I conduct. We ter.u unprecedented I to b"rpn the matter." Every citizen, every l little capital for an unworthy end, when we will in price, aud at an expense of borrowing money majority which the six sixth district is double the THE RICHMOND DUEKWASHWGTOJC
: I majority by Opposition men a"? elected
quote to for it and let the fat Silnrits that
j' a public journal, i. embr.cedthere give our reasons for the reference. For the pay ; are now to ( and Aag. 20.-The duel between MCMTS.
*. .Tat the Supreme Court of the State of Florida present paid for sinecures and extra interest charged to ongreos. a thousand more than the majority
a& Las. doe now present a ridiculous and humil- i j is no exception. What uut? I you condemn as the lawyers_ _ay, vre rest our case." I account of cotton go to increase the semi-annual by Khich all ikrcit of the Opposition members were Wise and Oils, of Richmond,took place to day ne r

iating spectacle to the people that i is disgraced I and repudiate Judge Baluell"-in other Verdi if dividend; and then apply fore law that shall give elected. this city. Two shots were fired neither of the par
A in tIle of our Sister States. an. that is degraded I I do him Kansas the tare which facto Coxcusros.-The People of Tennessee will demand -
eye i :you nut support -you will I be guilty purchaser a on cotton. our man u I lies being injured. Their friends are ndeavoris-g
It: f and despised in the sight of her own people i' the humiliation o It is said that the newly formed Constitution for rerer* cannot expect so long as they hiake New of the Legislature i justice in the apportionment
I c we all feel and adopting the example of the l I of the State ar.d a redress of the to effect an adjustment of tbe difficulty.
seen, o great
h.v JrUTat the press I. the future State of Kansas will be Orleans the point for purchasing instead of Boston wrong
I and
: ; by espousing the grounds of those who have plainer o more conclusive ? The Republic may l large majority.The brnonn-rro-r, or Seasasstivo GEORGIA.- -Al a than e'ghl thonwnd is, by act of an Opposition LATER FROM MEXICO.

1 been chiefly instrument 1 in bringing about this : twist and squirm it can not There II following Itl e the modest demands the Constitution secret anti slavery anniversary in London Lord Legislature in 1832 enabled to elect a majority of Krxr OELKAW. Aog. 22.-We have received Ve -aCraz
f' \ut escape.
I t ti deplorable state of.fai. and I to place them stands makes of the General Government: 4SOOOCO the members of Congress. I dates to the llth in Unt.
tI I in the same-office them the its language "assimilating the conduct ofSouthern I Brougham who presided after referring to the action I .. ss It was reported that Hargous & Ject r bad
upon ere I Acres of land for railroads and internal I per-
I powers 1 indeed silly enough but that they should men and voters to that of a detestable improvements I of various countries ou the subject of slavery, Resignation of lion. W. H. Pope. I chased the hnantepeo transit route, aid thnt

.,cf :r t seek in a election for Jdgesadge of the Supreme I, gang of abolition incendiaries" should they elos 0,000 acres for the improvement of the thus alludes to the United States, mentioning also We hve been informed that the aliove n. med their agent at Minatitlan had'b.en ordered to w-

,. Court at that, t lecur election by i to reject" Judge Ballzell aa they} have a right to Kaneaariver, all the swamp lands and 600,000 acres j an interesting fact connected with-the origin of the I! gentleman, one of the Representatives from Madison gage engineers and recommence work-the steac-

t I pandering. to the political prejudices of the people do. No disingenuous, lawyer-like can besides for the benefit of common school, 600,000 institution in Georgia : Taylor and Lafayette counties has resigned his (ship ion. Adriatic to run on the Pacific side, in conn :

utuliaing. and r.cthing more quibbling for the losses i seat
arf I acre payment of sustained both
I ;t a very advnc stage of in politics, in do away withwhat is 1 patent so unequivocal I grieve to say that our brethren, our kinsfolk We do but express the sentiment of iiri constituents -
tide in the civil
this State. I I Let the citizen of commotions 72 sections of land in America, furnUh another exception to onr example when that Dr.
peopeevery our State, we say Pope discharged with
; Ter are. however a few cf us. Mr. Editor who conductor of public journals"-reflect particularly !- for a University, 72 fur charitable and benevolent ; but of that I would speak tenderly, from recollecting credit to himself and to the State, the duties which Sprrfo'iENTIRELY! liatict5.

10t play "second fiddle" to either of their institutions 35 for all the that America has acted admirably in devolved him while he .
1 i Here i ia the of public buildings, salt upon was a member of the
I the organ a candidate for the and abolished the slave trade
Supreme ,
pirant Chief even
t Justiceship of the Scpreice spring and mines and five cent of the many respects Legislature, and it is a matter greatly to he
regretted NEW
proceed ENTIRELY
3 NEU !
per ,
I Cur who cannot consent by our voices or our I Court, believed to be reflecting fcis sentiment and a year before we ourselves did. Even in Georgia that the State will be deprived of lila valuable '

L t'' ote assist in the promotion or t election! of i giving utterance to his views, which .tbe effrontery of the sales] of what.remains. to the government. which is as devoted to the institution' as they 'I services at the adjourned session of the Leg WHAT IS IT ?
those who call it of the Southern
hue are pleased as States
roles of and any islature which
decency to convene next winter. It will be
stigmatise THAT
independent u-otersof the THE Brrz I WONDERFUL PUEITYIKG AGENT
prtietInd hare outraged the dignity of the I or A n.UTLE8\UE.-An unusually,!large it was our fiult, acd not theirs that they ever had no easy matter for hi* late constituents to place in

Slt e. ire a goodly number who oppose I, State A following the example of a parcel of number of persons (in different *' ctions of the coun- slavery, for we pressed it upon them as they refused his stead one who will be in every respect so well I II Darby's Prophylactic Fluid !

; BaltteH and refuse th.1 support to DuPont, for no i crazy, red-mouthed Abolitionists, if they do not fall h have been bit by a rattlesnakes this season. The it. They protested against it,but we defeated qualified to fill the high honorable and i iI I

4 other reason than they desire to set the seal of I down and worship at the shrine of one man !I-We following is the latest ca* ,and the mode of them ; and it i* our fault" that that 'institution' I I station which he has resigned.-JiadiMn responsible{ This RtJtearcli.it a Jftw Ditcovery. It it the rttult of Learnt
-4 their disapprobation their prevail in those States. ft i* a triumph Scuntijit Skill t
upon unprecedented con have read of ger, .4.I111.1t 20th.
men being puuisbed for speaking disi treatment: ia Chemical Union
I I I "TT a of material, provided br
duct"I .
J i! reef Kentu'ky..llile For the Florldlan.. | i JL Nature herself for rendering par tb. air w o

We do not eel tbst the FicriJian is CbDO OU. j I I I preposition to enact a law requiring a salute,with gunning recently was bitten on the foot by some XESS'RS. EDITOR*---Are not the young men and I j The Italian Caufederatlon. breath Its action ia ia ob dieooe to fixed law*.

to th* charge 0(" pandering to thepoli'itai prejn- the band to be given whenet a Judge should be poisonous reptile, supposed to be a rattlesnake and I' bop legally as well as morally responsible for the THE porr'8 KEFLT TO THI orra OF XAPOIXOX-TICTOX t gUICK, SURE, POWERFUL !

1 dic.aoftb.peo1le. In nOitt'DceLau"eued '1 met; laSt we never before heard of such a penalty Lis body immediately exhibited all the symptom I obscene language used in our street* by the l1nor. I I i E3IAMTEL KEFTOtA TO SCBSCXIBC. I' It purifies dV.lIing*, sinks, kitchen.
I of the most virulent poisoning but he was doted \ A correspondent of the Univeri .
the election either B ; give the following It all offensive odors
( ltzl or DP"nt on against .free free and free action" caste boy Tom Johnson, whotn they irritate knowing i remove ;
tb until with
i ground of tb touht. fpeoch I stupefied apple brandy and the next morning I I as the substance of the pope'. answer to the.I It cure burn with instant certainty ;
i Democracy, nor has it been done j| as the Republic annexes to the nonsupport of Judge was as well as ever. So confident wn Mr. what-he will any? I think it is a question Emperor Napoleon' prouositlonc conveyed by It is the best preparation ever used for fresh woondi.

,1 by any considerable] portion of the press. There is ,, Baltzell] I Clay: of the efficacy of alcoholic spirits in all cases I which come of those who so thoughtlessly provoke I M. Menneval respecting the Italian Confederation : I It destroy all vegetable and animal poiooo ;
; I t: BO b.r.bowe\'e.in to their > of po ion by the bites of snakes and insects,that he Pius IX thanks the Emperor of the French It rtCete in
seconds the bite
referring political There are two or three other things in our cot emporary' j I' him, and at the same time set the example which is i ito a of insects
1 did not even send for a phJl icien. Saleratus was for the interest which he unceasingly for bee
position. Chi display etc.
himself I ,
concede i
he takes occasion this for I reply which ma/ be briefly noticed. lie bound upon the bitten spot. until ammonia could be readily followed by the smaller boys may tie t the Holy Sea and the .person of the Pope. He regards It scatters boil when forming

to say cf Jadgt Wright that l.e is not pr.parlJ for instance.< to credit our statement II produced when the former was moiatcred with it. I called on by the Marshal to answer for before onr a* an instance of the Emperor's filial devotion .1' It soothe boils when formed; and heal tbctl

;I_t- -It a Old Line Whig of the Clay 'ScbcoL" If i : ncmber of the Bar, with rcarcely This was upon the theory that poison is an acid, I Mayor-a charge which would place them in anything > the proposition relative to the honorary presidency rapidly.It .

be lmprpr to allude, even incidentally, to the p- any known exception, condemn the. course pursuedby and any to alkali be the will best answer though ammonia isthought but a pleasant position before our orderly of a confederation or Italian league, and be would I i is good for carbuncle, ulcers, crn and eons ;
I not refnae that post without Laving the most ample I It cleanse the teeth and the
: iUe 118 it with I I purifies breath ;
to Judge chen Was Cdone regurd Judge B17eJ towards one of his foeiates a* j I town aud its order-loving citizens. A word to the information respecting the engagement which I Tb worst a vmptoo*of Typhoid and Scarlet Fever

'rght" there in Lit allusion\ uDL aJ"'f and arbitrary. .We do iu>l know," j Tile Croup. wise U sufficient. G. j. would result from it, and the relations which would I are mitigated by the UM of (hits Fluid ; it baa bees

no deSIgn t call to the support of that gentleman says the Republic, .bow many lawyer have examined i The Journal of Health says : "When a child is ta- AoaiCVLTttLAL IxPLEUENTS- a SOUTH. In f exist between him and the various Italian IoOY rt'cna. i known to check the spread of Typhoid Fer r in Fam
oil thosewho with him .Old Line When he has procured such information, he will beenable ,
ilie and
agree a Whig the subject, 1 a to be in a situation to Jan J ken with the croup instantly apply rold recent visit to \the great Agricultural Warehouse | upon plantation
express wbethercatbolie
of tbe Cry School T' If there was such lets if and of Meiwrs. A. F. & Co.. of 54 Y !' to see interest permit him Leading physician are using it in Charleston. Cc-
opinion.. They may not to, nr water possible-suddenly freely Mayher e ey Street to it. And in thatease- of
u.ent approve water-I accept pacification I lumbia, Sarannab, Augusta, Atlanta Macon Colum
this not quite M tcab pandering to the political : the I. neck and chest with The New York we were surprUed.at tire great variety | and the of its I
act ; to my they condemn in cnr opinion, i a sponge. there Italy return rebellion province will I bus. Montgomery Selma Mobile and New OrkanK.
prejudices of tbe peopls" ai has attempted in almost be relieved. of Agricultural Implement on exhibition ; : naturally have to precede the establishment of that I
l.el heyouJ the fact. It is perhaps not allowable to instantly Soon as possible let but do t The Hospital of New Orleans and Hobil at*
thet understand tithe of
other I >e we not comprise a confederation and of tbe :
icsttcce ? honorary
coy presidency.The
t refer to names. it were 'e could soon ti e sufferer drink as nnuh ws it can ; then wipe it their stock. Among tbe most notable feature of uaingit.

ii W.shall! cot dUput with .Ci i" about .' tLe the ..Rys&tWe I would. name only those satisfy, too, I dry cover it ,'ann. and soon a quiet slumber will the stock were a Inrg number of articles ebt up :' when Driito subscribing of Turin states the preliminaries that King Victor of Emanuel -, I Hospital*, corporations feraubed ship masters the, minuficliinn
I peace tt
i j planters, physicians, by gallon
? L. i.tig !pectaeIe" pr"ilte to the people of ; who have read Judfe Bnltzcli') labored effort ( ; rf'.itve all anxiety." A friend of our who has Ii and intended fur Southern PlaaUtion nod"Farm j jus I added, except the clauses relating to the Italian reduced rates.
tbls oti ctbtr States growing cat of tbe \ tried */ These goods comprise among other things,' J I Confederation." The DriClo add that the Sardinian .
that I
nnprecedectcd vindicate bimself- and ,'Lat. more, we would com i repeatedly remedy..inform* u* it7 several varieties of steel and cast iron plow. ctc.I| For sale by druggktf and country marctant gece-
we Jctt" cf lnt.ii wew'.xrs of the Supreme; :; never failed to afford almost instant relief. M'hietry: ii resolved at all hazard to reject the rally from whom order are respectfully foliated.
ucw culling the docket" r:"h ft Q infy, where, The oTairfTa of 3ohn Mayber t Co.. of which theI j Confederation In lie Convention of VII
C It nselr tusli.'gtUat the fact Cvurt i iax '.C. Of A. F. Mayher d Co. the lne I proposid I Try at least one Lottie. Puce 60 Cent*. Foliar
firm are
:: L t-th we vwctnre to say there i Is not I lawyer of ac.1 I present lafranca, and that any Minister who should assentto direction
riret rt L tit < Tan VOTE 1* hUTHu.-Tbe following !t. the son were celibated for their styles of Agricultural
r a : : spsetade" Hut the with Austria and the
.n, ter and SJIJitIU't i i. to what a league other Princes of I ggT* Manufactured only in U-a Labaralory
question i., \!.. is ye''tib'. !c fa has ,' u have stale.). So. too,opinion Ith contrary to the West I vote (in 99 counties: I Implements for Southern Uo*, and the present firm I Italy would basely betray the country rcd deserve J. DARBY Auburn Ala.
regard seem determined to ,if po.eibleIncreaae' I
For Gov.mor, IX MapofiinDem.. . 75,511 { keep up capital condemnation.
tbs: oaian
For ale b
to full > uJr JbJicial: ,. I kDBTEUNXZ Tallahassee by AMES A IJVZLT.
up- npreme AVmt.
: : \ II'rl w are IHh i."J. 11..rt fi nnnnim. '. J. t. thai reputation.Brooklyn
; tit Bell. .
< Fle _
S OJ.1\.co. *
tribunal >-Cii i.0": I t.r-tf! the i aid i I I by Druggist generally throughout the StaU.
iiieoi.'leirtt-irRtheacl !
t1.u& 1.Zn ity ; tlliucmlrldseunU.\ A Snuors MUTAKK.-In the telegraphic ; Brnrrix DKMOCXATS ATD r.ErtBLt- N. B.-PerMoawwblng oil*. ores, water. 4ft,cc.alyzeid >.
:J Baltrcll! And D.lunt. But is thl. j jues t.1 j plkbo; ) t..the Bar in ail I oliiir; |1'ronICfthe; ;I .It; ffio.* majority . . . . 7,00-1 ] the foreign news'by Un 3>rth American summaryof we find f C..tt\l.-Th. respective candidates fur Governor of can have h done on reasonable term* by ding -

i generally .Inite that the firn focne ia tl.,dl;. Ultl.re have LCAF..f no exce1.iounot| one. j The counties John-ton. Harlao Jackson. Perry i the following statement its purporting to\have been I j Iow*, General Dodge Democrat and Mr Kirkwood. to Prot J. DARBT.

.; graceful drama vas the i #uJ of I I>rich Warraut I Even .tir.o-ijj tiie (CW 'wlio are known to support j jl.im and Letcher. are yet to be heard from officially, j jtkhich made in the London Morning Herald of the IA Republican, are holding a series of dieeuwion ia March 12. 18A9. 11-1 y *
for th of Justiccc will probat-ly increase the Democratic majoiity inst.- j! that State. At a late meetinr, in response a a query -
iywt cue ot,4.aociate. that act. i L repuJLid a* . j I We have reason (A believe that Mr. Dallas has I I General Dodge Mr. Kirkwood aid' : One of tbe mat prevalent, and at te *MMUt&

thin; v'Zhuut auth,rfSyclaw agj utitersallycoadersreJ Inl\'alv or prcceJvrt-i'VH.. "5C unparirideil l I Mngolfin polls 1.1H more votes in th. above j recently placed in the hand c.fLot'J John R.; ll a -I will answer the question by asking you one. 1 I feat,troabU U tb' lever om*and.nd bcltful.gsa. diseases Tee a kma that;ttuw attend(b the* mdtcl tunas

at nIM.ed--11 illegal rtep tlt. i Ire LS tory of the Jn licX TT/i'f arr country."- : Counties far Governor than Lynn Boyd the Demi-- Despatch fm'rj Washington in which it is stated General Eb dge: Would you belpto catch a runs world base been eoadmaitr brinjtnf (nest BUiimuui IP*-
bu bee ensUe candidate for Lieutenaut Governor. that tht United Slattt Goixrtntr.t hare rewired to t sUveT- silos foe iu peeciasect tar s but >n wttboot eOeek Pr.J.HcMtettcr .
about I ICuu way
() Lriagip
= ie Feaniig, L\c'4r, tbit this may t w, despite} ; ill I ,aa tperlea d and celebrated perdcUa,baa BBC*
and declaretion Sir. the General
-- abandon privateering to .xceptthe replied instantaneously ahernat
tHa : 4e4 la famIshing t&* pabib with TalaaM
d'-pfri-able staten ude thih'sst I 2 ad i iDO ee a *) pnj)
bKRj.fa Aii" apparent incredulity the Republic take refuge ina >.-The Black: Republican candidate for GOTprnorinGhw ; respecting this portion Maritime law agreed j <. hit full height with the proud eonuioiiu tcrtbeereotieefaaiiAcc.[ Tbttdr* tacresate

that exLr.rdnary cud zuieer J-of act, j I. kind.if p!'ilotophi irdifferfCre )the lawyer* ass-a: uponattheCaflteHat Paris in 1&M.-' I of lie! nationality of th. sentiment he was about to nnn4 tatel/ mad for thsEttaes, and the eu1sn

.n iti i. therefore u;>jutt to throw cp 1 ::1 an!I.asere all against him" is the reply.. .w. are not If I tin ejeci' d GOT 1U:1'- Q Ajtyj-and I esnecito I It i* .\at..n..JICN for us to Mute that there U i | ntter. Sir, I stand prepared at an American citizen raeeecs urpaised itttodlng br any tta.pet1e VM.bar bl th*mad tied for For tt a the t.p*.ur tatti*(4 55-ta''

radUIty for the degradation td ] ,I those who think all i die be-no fogiUve .!a.r# &h&tbtfqKl! back to le--' CO foundetich l>* the forrer ri 5ii5 assertion and that ; to perform each and every duty required of me fever sad Ague, Dr. HoMMtar eetobrated Stomaeb Btttar
et' the Yiom.j t wi1 t tacky State; it l-e*imcr- eIsl* rro\o SIn I no eKittftv** of t"ekird hi* beer. .>r u likely td ( by flue cor.M-tution! aid the laws, of my country I- out aad liouU claIm a aztactorlrr over aay ociw rpr -
fccl Court
bdy. t !.ie eo:1I-uttl"SUI k One I them!" There is a certain Jtidg, who I '4 t 1 from hit f rtr..T 1rj1b"Jt!:. so I t?:. dif ty our Gc
1 and one clone, tlaiffli the sole credit cf bavinj IC ,felicitate biniftclf "on account of tie ]f>wyer being J 1 bclp! ne. Cud !" S :: : .' I IJ. 1 i. ? :,!F- U..y" : 44 aaren: eBe9.:ta taoiier sstainS.c .


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-annonnccmrut- ;((CanMtate.: !I. ---Sundries,- -- -- -Valuable Inentidhs i -S SADDLES S, HARNEsS -,T-AMES fc'LIVELY, !!1869-NEW GOODS.-1859.Styles. rI 11 ,

ROPE AND TWINE. -0- AND j Spring .
-- !tpnEnE cors'!. i I BALE of all kind., WHOLESALERETAIL "I'IlfSi.lortf(rs ftC BCWpruJi.g I'leii SPRING i iS10l'K.

grWeare authorized to I| Rio and Java Coffee, ECONOMICAL AND VARIETY.3TEEL BLADE CARRIA'GES.I -VE.\LER3 Us- 1 Jl is the brgl'it ADd best assorted f

announcet I Choice Caroliu rtice.Fresh f t they kale ever i4T..red for. saLe Spring. r rIi
). P. nOGUE. Eeq.. as cand'.Isle: for Associate !: Florida Arrow Jt.Ojt. I ii-cw 'f'IIi.IlIf the i f uUvariety.. We name a f.-. !

JosUce uf the Saprcuie Coiitt of the State at the I i I Brown, Crut-hi-d and GruiinUtrd Sugar Patented Juno 2Isf, 1859. J S >.r'id.s! in iailr dcp rtaiont., aud will bahapfu V>
October e1 divn. I i Superior Burning Fluid i-law! < n--ll a'l' .'r aJJ part ol tlo Siina t* our ,>!J! .
II Lamp and Liusvtd Oil, : ---- \\ U h'QW fii.uJ. aiid tIle public.i .
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The Most Economical Convenient and Efficient
Pure WliU Lead
and ,Turpentioe.SVbeeIr& .
We nrc authorized: to Spirits I i DRY GOODS. ;
announce Ever Invented. I
I j t Wileon's Sewing Maclfne: Needles, Culivtor
l'A\ ILf S. WIJ m:. (.r thi uty. as a t'lIn i.att'! '', Heavy and Light> Cotton Osnaburgs. .J'
EN ami used, if it do S.EDC' St i I'l.iJ -l IV- t a. for Iersaita won:
ru \
Now Store and for sale I properly IO\f I I ; \ tip at>
fur ti.' ofl'cc: : of \ -cUte Ja-tic of the Nipitroe I i iCVart ID by : '
G. .t J. MEGINNIS3. V thus pro\e iUell. I herein pWg m.vl to af :,I..lrll 111,1"l't"& hldife.. f..r '.nf'. an v.iv'y : a
of Florida aliho r.suing Uetutere1ectiufl.! retuni.the m- ney to those ho purchase for ;. | hirer assortment_ ot Lj,.eu G.,.,. Drills:: D-Kk
ng. 27. 1859. 35-41 the ,teck in
- having purchased .
their plantativDS.Requires '.tt'U' Iun3 O.cek*, :c, ,tc,itc! Cotton.iuef !* *
tjjT The friend of Hon. ClfAS. I| --- -Note-Lost. but one Stock for any kind of a Ulllp. I JL trod, of the late D. E. Hull and taking the well- IT.ALL1H.ASSEE FLAJ1 ninis Marlboro StriDes, 1\h 'ir.?*, STiirtung*; T ,
I known stand Ion : him will continue
him i ioflke ten of which be fastened and so ? occrp'ed by Ticks Calicoes Furniture .ti iud Check .
11. It PONT announce as a candidate fur the 1 way put on, tku ,; Prj
OST, A NOTE OF HAND date recollected. the business in nil its brnnches. trusting by strict attention it RE now rrceiviig a lane and fresh supply of
of Chief Justice oi the Supreme Court of J. in one miuute I'UsineM to liberal .. titles | GOODS FOR THE LADIES. .
to re: a e. vaiut\.ofai kept by lJrogioih.
-J Riven by Edward Carmine to L. B. Brockett Is adapted to sod, subsoil,hilh-ide, nd general nl-l ltivatinu patr-.ns I every ,
Florida I i J. I,. PURDY.Tilluhassce l'L.LT.l'R8. PllYSICI..I.\"S : Pl.m and figured Uacn MUJS: .
_ I for f 125. with credit on the name of 81CO., Persons and be turned iuto a double plow it i ,
___ may
are cautioned ngaiwt trading for the same desired and is so ) trcf.-that a seed planter maybe July 1\, 1859. 29 1 snJ others Till hUvnvfind. nt this estab!>&limeiit a j Orgtudi and Jaconet Robes, >

tST C. C. YOXGE, E 'h of West I D. l'EItKISS.I I attached to it, the COt of which will not exceedone full supply of every thing needed in u'ur lltie and on I Beautiful French Chintz JaeoneU. Holies. "'

d l August !7, 18S3. 25-4w dollar. i 250,000 Acres ofRailroad liberal be bad Jn i Printed Lawns aiidkMu&i.i! ..
FlonJa. is Inriby j>reeot? >y LU friiodj t the I ns terms cs tliey cnn any Southern ;! '
voters of the State for election to the of+ke of Asociate t i -- Every part it detachable and adjustable: to itself Lands for Sale. I .Market Orders by Mail or others'i-.e }'170lnpll, attended :j I Earlstcn end Priutu ciLer style Gin b4aUlil'ul.I KnTi* I 1

University of Louisiana, I Tlt stock, which limy be made of common p-nu to and filled with tie same correctness as if i iI | Eighth ?some retlly
Justice of the Court tLe Cr t "
oa Ind
Snprenie j pank.! I so simply tutntructed, aud there being 110 rIlIEsE ands are comrO>.' (.f the alternate sect personally purchased by Customers. To Cash aud i i ipompt j Ski'ts srrUcliblc. (greet if true,)

Monday of O'r. next. lUEDlCU---u---DEPIRTMEYF.rIJIE I "el in the iron part flat" the whole plow may b __ tions on either sidp of the PensacoU & Gcorgta: I time buyers, we feel confiJent in ssiyin we I Do Expansion and Ccronatiou.Enibioidered .-,
--- --- -- Collars. 1
j : rondi.y] put up by the cnrLnionem Smith after Railroad, granted by the Ui.it'-J States and State of i cr.n give them entire s.iti>fartioii. Our STOCK
jsT" We are authorized to announce i iD cornI I I Linen CarcUic and J .wn Hau aid iu .
obtaining a crrr..t |plter. The opinion of all "Le j Florida to building this road. Those now offered j
P lIOUA :D. E-q.. fit a candidate fur Asso-|I Annual Coreof Lecture, in this Depait Lave ?' ra and tried it is that it will the art located on that part ot the line exten Jiug pnse.Dr Dye Stuff, Ribbons Parasols! ;SlnJe Buttocs. !.LkiQII. .
I A, innt will ttmimeiK-eon NONDAY, November I b Tapes,Turead. NmdJc: Pu#,Lc.,Ac.HATS. ,
from Tallahassee. Alligator, a dietaries; of 105 Ml"iliein'lIll1ldLn, I
cute Jubticv, at the eteuirg cktiJa :i: Ovtobir 'I llth :85'. and will: initiate in tbeen.umg Marth. ONLY PLOW USED i
I miles. Most cf them are in the v.ciuity: of and east Cbeiuicali, Putty, .
next. |I JAMES JONES, M. D., Professor cf Practice of as as its merit* are generally known,and that embrace -
of the Suwannee River.
-. -- --- Medicine. W.D They evl'ry'ali. Perfumery, Burini Fluid A fine soilru.t. 1''.;. -k Csiuar:, f nnke Mori;;>; ,
i I taking several years together it ,'i Vie but: a small ety of soil frets lands suitable merely for timber and Paints, Campli.ne '
ZST The llwi. TosTMcCAXTS of j J. L. RIDDELl. M. D. Professor of Chemistry.WA Freiuh Cable, r.1:!.' Di.,b, C.tucu4. Broadway,
I I part of present plow being tnt only the naval stores, to the most valuable description tor the Ois! Glass Ware, Cju
!ms 1 o N M. lJ.. l'rol"lbtJr vf epISt. l'Ianltts.n1 '1:1', Empire, Leghorn
l M frlndb Surgery.A most convenient but which can be used. .
u Short
Island and
Middle Florida hereby j-reswited >y cl production of Sea Cotton Sugar Fine Window GIns,
M Sonp j ton Po.nl I hair FIrate. P.UJlU1P4
H. CEY" f'r lessor of Obetetrics.
: Farmer fit
the tlettion the office may present supply of istutero.Shovels Rice, Corn,Tcbacco and other Jgiicultural prooucts '
to the voters of Male for to Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured TvLcco5Iii [ and irtrv i.tLeri. .
i GUSTAVUS A. NO1T, M D., Piofos of ilateMedicn. and for this stock, and even ] lanja based
Sweeps kuktbe I of Florida. A large proportion are pine .
n-lies, Patent Medu-inos,
of Associate Jcstice ftheSs4-uoeV urt mthe fret .
] > i cia I off their and fix I CLOTlll.YJ tfc.Raglans. .
'I wings wrought Turning 110\1 I on clay with dense and large forest growth: resernb- Pami Brushes Fine Havana Si-gars, ,
I Ij T. G. RICHARDSON. D Professor of
Monday in October rest. Anatomy. fur liD: much the best pine lards of Baker county. Geor- [ Surgicaj rn lrulllenl. I Jlcdicrje Chests, Sj"i,, Fri"t.'sllnd Coat, ..f Italian CI"tl..
--- -- THOMAS HUNT, SI. D., orvf Physiology thia.PEELER'S pia with the difference in their favor that clitmte I I de &e all f \.
huir..1 l to Pliuitatiun and Lul'| Eta Ac. Pacts i>f giore. sum\ *\ "
A\Tc to and Pathology.Th Family use
|j are authorized announce i ; and proiimity to the seaboa/d make thelll admir.ibly [ Irt.:1tE CusMinrre and Fancy Liuen Drill, down) to eomruoiiO
Hon ALEXANDER MiOONAH) a ctcdutttte for j jAs R 1CIIAIJ. ..M. D. } Dcmonstrale Analeon)!. I adapted for the production of Sea Island i 0<'tt,n and i WINLiS* & Im.'ilJIE-for: MCDICIMAI. 1'1'5 1. I tra.s.; "ut", of al lI"rt.,Sbirr'. ; .!.:.:irUaul
W. C.l\ICllOL. 1.D. f Tt beet rectmimeudatiou of these l h\ld1,ill [ -ALbO- I -
.-iate JiSstic of the tfuprfine Court of Ilorid Sugar. I Drawers; Hosiery of all tort... CoLors, otiv!'iI. Tie.
!_ n.. __ __ __ _- ____ ? Rooms tor Dissecting will be open on the Il\NURE'\ DISTRIBUTOR. befiund ia the crops of corn sugar cane,long and I 800 OUNCES SULPII QUININE. ', Globes and Po.be! Ha.dkcrcli'.e&.

tlUCVIT COl'UT.Cgr ond Mn.l.iv in October. lec'l short staple cotton now growing on them and I). II A I'i: M. LIVELY.: SHOES: & BOOTS.A .
The Faculty! are ViMting Physicians: and adja'j ,
cent and similar ]litnds which those wiediig! to I
We are autliorized to announce Patented June 21st 1859 U lSi9. C""SUPERIOR '
; of the Charily Hospital.Tlie : May I
chase are rebooted to call and iiamino. The pur. : very large assortment of the left mail.'. fir
J WAYLES BAKER: as a can Jid.it e f.. the oLie! Stuik ins accompany the Frofcsv iu their I ADAPTED to the sowingth the Gulf and Atlnn- BURNING FLUID'KEUOSCM I Lr.ies! Uontlenicu and tLe n&ituj geroratwn-*:\

of JuJge of the MiUUlc Juduiil Cimt: of }1wriJa. I I vi!ila. aud free of expense enjoy extraordinary practical : manureO 1 fertilizers whether fine or tie ports of Florida to nhuh our reads are now built I. s\u.. kinds and price
the October flection.jCeJ" :I atUantitgc I coarse either in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or I and being erteoded, sad on the completion of the CAl\I.PHENE. ; ALSOIIAUDWARr -
at etiAuing .
I Preliminary to the Course Lectures will be d
We authorized to : duly in the Am pi:itheatre cf the H..pital.from I II at I tnfliti; are nnnoance For sale by AME3LIVELY :
I the l-t (at Oct t r. on Clinical Medicine and Surgery. i ii fair t,ia and finding the above to be not true will these ]lands wll: be in ten hours travel of Savannnh. GLASS 'AKFiSADDLERY. .
J. MAXWELL FOOTMA us a uliXiU > fcr tVofhce i and. other i-ubject ii.bout any charge to etudenU. have money returned. I| lliey are at present iu about 24 hours travel of both May H.- IS:! 20 UN VTAP.E., tz.VLSO .'

of Clt-t k uf the Circuit Cottrt fur Leon coucty I THOMAS HCNT. M.D..Dean. Oue of the greatest labor saving IIt'entons-tbu Charleston: and Savannah by steamer to Fernnixliua I The. Original Extra t- Quality t I -

*t the ensuing Section In October next. TIe Adiuiiietratcra, of the Charity Hospital ele-t very thhig farmers L:1 so lonj needed I and th..r.ce.b b) Railroad, Ac. to Alligator. These I; .1 full S'ipjiluef Family Groccrir.t-.vcj'. ..
I annually: ill Apnl, fouiteen It.'aldt'ut SludeuU. whore lauds for Railroad end the Corn Starch 1 1I
-- ----- --- -- --- o- were granted purposes 1"I'SS. Sptrs.GoZcer.: jIlP CuJIt..ltc.! Floor
J3AV'5 are authorized to announce niaiutuined by the institution.AUJJ. I Tope wishing to purchase State or County Rights proceeds of the sales are to be applied to the purchase -I : fcr Ice : Soap. Citti-lie,, Ham,Sj.iccs, CjnJiec. Uurnii.j FlurV.and :
... 27 l-JS 35 for of the above Inventions, or wiahing to be of iron for the road already graded or the I IJRKPAHED ei| re'sly PU.1dl'II, Cream Oil, Tobacco Snuff. Cigars and Pipes,K;.enoe#.
JAMES W TITEN caudid.de &'r the : Pil" .
rs a I MengeCustard IVnt.je.itc
come agents for the sale of rights, now have an op grading of which i ij in rnpid progietsof completion.To Sardines pVesorvcs. Sar.o:", PiiAle! Ski'a. Sat: atUKO j
Sa va ulah-Dledi Retvu.dfre-II! AMEi! d
Clerk of the Circuit Court fur Leon county at tl.een College.rpii poi unity for great grain. effect this object, (the pui chase of iron.) prompt by. I LIVELY.May I on. In fact, every tl.iog usually wuutrd in a fat .
21. S-9. 21Congress
uinz elettiofl in OctoLir n xU5T' Seventh Annual Our cf Lectures iu this Address Rev. JAMES PEELER sales are desirable, and] I invite the i:i.mediate atteu I ---- --. -. -- ily and peih! :ps Suiue that arc net *

J_ Iiistituti, will cornnjecce on the second Mtuihir. Tanahl sl. 101 lion of all persona wishing such property and particularly t All of which we will be gad! to soil!! wi the i' uii
: : We are authorized and request- the lout tt.-ttb. of November n-xtPrehminiry My son. A. J PEELER, will net 8 my agent at individuals and mpaui'i desirous of purch:>sing Water. I term McNAU(;HT, OUilOND: & CO. ,

r.CY.f.V Cleik this! place and 1 is authorized to sill Individual, in large quantities. Newpott. Apii!! V. Ui9. 15 '
el to annocnce Icctuics xviil connnence on the CiJt of Cun FRESH SUPPLY, just recei\.J an 1 for gale ;
State HLMiU for the TERKS Oue third cash and (V balance in A
I v. or or employ agents lale one -
for Leuu tLe Not crufxri'. i AMES i LIVELY 1 I
of the Circuit Court couuty at eusuiaj : by
: :::
( tLe same. JAMES PEELER and two years with eight per ceut interest,payable : ?0 joux n. G/LBILtITti w. BilsvAcuJx. )
election in Octol truest. I "ACGLTY. 1 JtntfCO, 1839. :Sl-ly annually iu advance. May14,1Si't. _

.- :; 1 IL I). ARNOLD, M. D, Professor of Theory and -- -- -- -- --- ___ __.__ ___L Settlers on th<>g! Lands are 'que teJ to make isiireJiuto - Lead. -- : Galbraith & Brevard
; r-- OLn
2'-; The friend, 1) Pmetiiv, c.r Mtnhot.ic.l r Insolvent Estate Notice. application} to me byl 1 -or nt Tuliuliafc3. White : ,. .

CAMERON i-resent Lie oai* to the roU-rm of Leoaai P. M. KOLLOCl, M. D. I'rufessor fif Obstetrics and WALTERVYNX; I HA and No 1-(Jrou.-xl in pure Liu- JTTOEU-TIYS: Ar.r L.AVT.
Dii>e.i'<> .f Women and Cl.i'drcn.: II STATE .FLORIDA. > I Ageni.Ptn. A Oeo. R R Co. IJrRrKXl' j'.st'received and for wile r.r TALLtllSSKK: FLOniDA.
a candidate for Clt-rk of U.! Circuit Court at lie Leon
I W. G. LLOCH. )l. D., Prof** Surgery. County. J f Juy! :.). 1859. 31.-Cm A Mia & LIVELY. I IMJJ July 23 1*59. 30

election in Oc.'wltt'r. J. n m AD. M D.. ProflSt'Or Materia Medica.JUR1AII JR JFFFCOAT, administrator of the estate of ---- ---- 21, 1S59. 21 1 I -- ---- -- -- .- -- -
.- I IIAlml S.1. D, Professor Physiology.N. I A Sliuler! late of Leon colnty.dtceaeJI-. Hides Beeswax &c. -- -- -- -- -- & Summer
TAXCOLI.I.CTOlt.rCr" A. PRAT M. D IWeew Chcmistrv.W. ingfiled iu the Probate office of!: county a -iEMONS, Gutva: and Cuirent Jelli-s, I'lcnc. Spring ,
: We are requested to announce i R. WARING, SI. D., Professor Anatomy.J. suggestion that he believes the estate cf aid R A. rr IIE highest market price will Us paid in cash l _I.J Pears, Sardii., }iddeol Ovhttr, Brand Peuche : : ,

JAMES F. JI3RIXY. vf C<'lJtretiU .Jlut"IUl
for Tax Assessor nnd Collector of Luca: atthe I CIimc.il IxTlures at the Savannah Hospital, twicea given to all persons having claims against said estate I country produce.by D. C. WILSON A SON.JulytiO.1b59. Ginger, Greet Cage Marmalade! IA'II"'u Syrup. Raspberry j __ ____ I

county i. week by 1)r. Arnold and Bullodi. on their resjK'c- to appear and file the callus witl the Judge of Pro __ _. 31 _ __ I (lo. Straw bciry election iu October turt.Ve I tire branch- Tln.e are the only c'mica, lectures I bate of-ud couuty on or the 6th of February {! -r do. Kaiphrrry \ n"nr. Fresh li Salmon I>ib'-ter. I 1 \.and full tF..4M1t7i5sswrtmcilt : :
-- delivered at thf Hospital Ijr the benefit of iiiudents.Agretabl next when there will be a pro rata distribution of .NEW GOODS NEW GOODS !II! I Haddock, llalhbct m.d'bbad.. Afsurted Pkklos, ofSPI.1N'9 : 1
f \ are authorized to announce ; > to tin! .oiidiuoiK, of the State Donation said estate among the creditors of said ettnt?. Scotch Ale slid Porter. .

,JOM1UA. SALNDERSasacaiiIiJite ttt Tax. one Student hum i-ach Ctmgictsioual District will betaken D W. OWYNN Judge of Probate. -.-o- 30,000 Havana Scffars- & SUMMER (LOTJ.k ", i }

Akseesor and Collvetur c>f Let coctty at the teo.iou I frt.e .{iLarge.Apjlicati'tis Aug. 13, ISi9. 33-Gm "%7 E are now receiving c-jf Slock of SPRING & ABE A LIVELY i /: <), Gi-ntlciurn's fur k'41 I.A" I. / .:-
V SUMMER GOODS wl.Lhve will sell M-.v J 21. 1111. 21 I
wilh nece strJ'o1cLt't1 must be I Ima.l very d*!t.U! goods of evcrdescription. \ i fj
( iu October next. ""- o .
_________. _. j le t-, the Dean. Medical College of Georgia. I low for r.vsa and to prompt paying Customers, ---Cod-LIver oli.Fr.r.SlI ; .>rulLs cloth f :, .; S
Fees fir rnt lie Course of 'C'turcs. .?100 00 coHttittHj in )t asfvllovt: _
We authorized jitt ,
are to auimuncc I Course of Lecture in ---o--
| T\vltI-EIghtb this AND PI/KEof; theelleLrll'd" I mg.
llati*uUtiou tic-kct (paid once). 5 00 rl"II I :\ & I !
JOHN 1!. RHODES as a candidate f<.r Tu As- I Dcmouctiator's Ticket .. . . 10 00 will commence on MONDAY, the Dress Goods : Clark! i Co.
IIOr and Collector of Leon county at the .;ng j Graduatiii? Fee. 3u 00 j lure 7th NOVEMBER by Piof.JOSEPH next JONES.with an Introductory.Lee Double Skirt Silk. 'Grenadine Robe Lake. For utIle .I'y. AMES & LlVJlLY.: I full supply fcf Blutk and CuUre Cl(La,

For f-itlur pjrticulaif. vrpK to RoLe iiz Silk, Double Skirt May 21 L It-5t. !1 j jri'ST
election in CVtoWr.IESSUS. I Anatomy H }'. CAMPBELL M. D. a Black anu F.I.cv Spunir C..s.iml.nll.
------ --- ----- -- --- .-- --- I WIL U. LOCH, Dean. : L. A. DUGAS M D. Lot ilsyadere Silk Las Bayad.e, ( RECEIVED I1I1T'VlyoDIrl.ALLE.\"S Silk anfj} Marseilles Ve,tiig.PItck .

tW: E1)nllmPJ'me; announce .August. ?7. Ig5a. 35-4t Surgery and Practice, L. D. FQRD, J). Double Ju(eOrgaudirs. Double Skirls JIlCO'1ets. fj Hair Restorer and Zilobalsamnm. : Drab IHla, Alpacm. Arsii..iiAS'b.tc. Uface,
-- -------- ----- --- 1 I
C. L. I)EM1LLV fil a candidnte for rcelc] 'Phy&i..1 i Pathological Anatomy H. V. M S\.lrt. I Robe a Laize .. For sale by:111:3 4 Ll\ ELY. : Brown ..n.Io'ancDr. '.II; f, .
ion to the oflice of Tax Aan>M.r anJ Collector of La Grange Female College MILLER. 1.n. Organdi It.)e'" I.asre, La Bavadere May ?I, 1859. 21 Duck nuj l'ai! Linen : .1'.'

L 'on Couuty at the clectiva in Xt.Ler ',('xt.. "1 \ 7' ILL begin its sixteenth Annual Session ..nMoudllY Materia Me
MAXY01URS.. \ \ the 26lh September, 165V, with the 1 P. GARVIN, M. D. I Laa P..qbe II ,. I English Linseed Oil, iiij" for suit*. ..
RetteDgotws B.tYldere ,
AH of "hieh"e
t rolrJ.f.'l'I
are prepared
-- Chmiietry JOSEPH JONES, M. D.Ostelric. I
.Doa.I'lio .TY.- I fullu ing punt' ARTICLE boied! and raw. For PAle
3\ ] in the best aol Liliici.aLIe .
FACT I.TYI J. A. EVE.N.. D. A I promptly mvsl uriuoee.Please
We authorized nnd qtlE.5tj j Man till s t I by the Cask or gallon. ra
give a
Q3 arc : r Rev. WILLIAM A.JURI.IS.\..President A.lju-ictto the Professor Obst.trr ROBERT IAIL.
o I AMES 1 LIVELY.JNy21 : .
ed to announce lUX S. MK1XO us a candidate Professor t>f Moral Pl.ilosopliy and Belles Jttre. CAMPBELL .B. RIBBONS
'-.r Judgef l'"i.4.U o: L'.vukiity ut the tnruiajO JOHN W. A AKKU3 A. M., l OCT. CA1IPBL"L:. D. : I ----. ---- Mar 2c. 113:J. 2i .
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.iob- SIlMOSS. :
)1 ; : I.NVCVTIO.'i 011111'GI;I
Embroidered Skirts, | Ladies and Mis Setts, !
-- --- --- --- ---- -- Pnwector the Professor of fS
HENRY T. HEARD. A. }1.. M. D., t Surgery 1."r. .
We autiiorized to aunounce Prcfcsxir Natural FORD, 31. B.Curieterof. Ladies and Misees Embd HanJkercl.icfs, 'A : .iJ.R. I Irl"HFE 0Gear.s -
PlnloropHv &IH Chemistry. "
I). w.W.x as a o.oddjte: for reeleclwn to EDWARD: R. DICKsON A. M. Museum, T. P. CLEAVLAND M. D.D'I Marseilles Collars White and colored, BITTERS are an mM'ible rrrnedj for' j Machine for Cutting, f allir.g. M'Jl

tile oluce Judccof Prol .t vf Lecm county At the I' IVufi-ctor of Latin aol Greek Languages.J i Fees for entire c"lrc. ... ... .. .. ...$ : Swiss"i and" Jacor.et" Flouncing.A I anti l a'l'! disorders, nriaiL': ) from a cernngedcondition : ding &c., Irregular. Forms in Wood.'

tlcction in OcU bvr tMrvt. J. JLDUE.IVvf.ssor to takeu . Edging Inscrtings, of this ". Drbilitv. '! --f--
MatricuhtiJ( once,) digestive o-pni. Dypej."i3.
__ __ __._. __ I Real Linen, i ,
of Enii-b Literature nnd Principal the'Preparatory Practical Aiialumy .. ... .. .f. .. loClinkal I Liver Corrfilaiut.! Low Spirit-\\anf' of Appe- (Ititf' rpIIE undersigned Las Locotac (th. owner i -jtWe arc authorized to announce Department.MRS. I L..turel. no txtraharge.. Tassels Girdles for,Trimmimt Rasqce, .t.. For s..lc byjf& i LIVELY. .1. right to use and sell this vnuat! "'. m d.Ie iu ,

Col A. P. AMAKER. wndidale 'tr JuJe of HANNAH P. JUDGE. For furtl.r particulars, apply to Fancy Dress Tiimuiiiigs, Bonmt Ribboim.Ruban May 21, 1859. 21 }Florida aDd l.e now offers individual an].Cutmty
Prolate of Leon at the .Uct ibrC0 I I Dalia": [Fancy A Plain Belt Ril/n, j Rights to who may desire to pnrftise. One of
county ensuing lostruUres- m Eiigiel. Ijteratuie aad Evidences of I. P. OARVIN, Doaix -- ----------- any
d cli"lI. Giristikiiity. I AU I b. Aug. 13, 1859. 33UISSOLET1'ION Feather Edge Trimming Ribbons Notice. the ir cLinc. c.in be aerti ill rprration at any time: lit

-- I cnoiid E n. llitlGS, A. 1 i. !1 ------- -- Fancy nnd lUack Velvet Ribbons I the shop of I. W. Bonm ct tIe Tttiluhe me R- P.Depot. .
'>T-st:111 1:> OK. ani this: date .Vr.! W. W. Anrtll will I lx
N alter
i The inacliiao ill simple in its conslruc'iwuuapted :
OF -
; ;
I'r"ur..fIu.ic airil Modern! L-iii ;!. i Cliantilly Veil. j Fancy A Plain Huih.-, O
r The ui.dcrifjned announces I 31 la. MATTIK A. BR10.S j CO-PARTNERSHIP.I French fit'l'r\ I j P.irasols Jk Fan.IANCV .-*, associated with me in the agcmy f..r the to cct a greater .variety of regular! forms

LimseH us a all.Ji."t: fc>r Cwuctr. ur"\'< at the I Assistant! in Mils'ic.Afeiatuil CO-p | M'COMB'S COTTON PRESS & IRON TIE. j nn.J s'irfacp than! any oti.er ttt inrcii'ed. Hi capacity .

ensuing OttuLtrUttIcn.. L :M 1. IJJ.AKM i 11L .. . . .. .. j rMlE o-pirtnership heretofore cutting tJ'1 w,.,n I IJ0elL : L ST.U'LK 'I' All letter cneloaii.g orders or other business should j is equal to twenty moo/and in ante Kinds of .
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-- -- - j ia Jlu.-ic I _l W eLr and L. Djuiiheiraer. in the Mfrch.1i i DB.Y G-OC be addressed to Points
sILCItUV. I MISSDepurtmciit. .. . ... .. >t Ini oiing ines under the name and firm Brillia.nt"nnbllr for all orders to he handed in immediately, to have from three to four feet square is "uffieieDt-and re I .
0::/- We arc authorized announce of 1'Mwrigaud Painting. I (f \\ EDER .tt DAXNIIElMEK.iathudnydi-Mlved II Fancy" Mtp'.iQj, Brown Shillings" them ready for the t'listiit crop. !i qnirts but little power to ,die it. Every kiod cf 4.

Mr OANILLJUllNMj.N a* a l'IIOiJlltt1'; : ,i by mutuu content. All persons holding claims Print. Uea4h"' J. \\. POINTS. | neat and difficult work in hunts bulldio: -. Cabin t

of Leon Cvuuty. itt LI.. rlct-Uuu '.r. ,"t..LdI I: P. O. BESSEST. I against linn ,'i pre tnt them for 44 Prints. & Brown Drills July SO, IS5? S' Furniture, Carriage, Wegi n aid Cum Building.
_. English : lc, Ac, can he turned ,ut by i it with astonishing ; ,
hate iudetited
Steward. and I are notified to make --- ---- ----- ---
litli.ato.1 "
4-4 French Ministers Pie dll
CC73:: We are ; JrizcJto--l ;;;; e ; JXPr.XSE1"vr Uoatd. including! washing anl :, their curliest convenience, as it is Whife
RICHARD SArXDEPS ..1n ia .: .tt" h* rt..d.-c-l J fuel. and for tuition in the College, Course, including old b!enn'8.'be settled up. Either of the parties are I Pique Cloth ,Malboro Plaids i Stripes, '.! IUCHARDS. I

lion to the vflic bliiiuf uf !..t>u i"unty at tu<- Ancient and M,,lem Languages anJ incidental exI authoriz.to ]P ay out, receive and receipt, in behalf i i Saxeralla fen isa Muslin, j Fancy Cottonadts State of South Carolina.'l"'IlE -July--1C -Hilt-- 29-H -

election iu Octobci licit. en!es, Ac, ?!&". Piei!>ur.tory courte !30. PiiI I fr.,. JOSEPH VVLBCR. Wbt & Dotted Swi.'sMus Blue Denims, { NQtlceTHE :
> ??1. All .! the above refer 1, 9. DANMIEIMER.Notice. I .
------ : iiiary coiH e espouses August 1 India Twill Long Cloth, Brown .i'-sncr .nU"LI ius'itutmn will ibe second :
: OP I tw the u-vuul Session of 9} iboctlis.fjtf on
Check Pillow Case Cotton and .
Tape ,
in November the branches !
We are requested to announce j F"r Catalogues apply to one <>f the Faculty. I Ladies and Misses Opcu Linen, : JlonJay Amtomy-. E. HOLBROOK on following, M. D : I IPblii.logJ.Uns

EDWARD M. \\EVT. Li.! aMi candidate (ur tile j juffico JOHN W. \KEl:S. JSmetiiry of Faculty. work hose, Linen Shilling, i
August 11, 18; ). :; 4tPlantation UNDERSIGNED will continue the Mcr TALLAHASSEE RAIL ROAD COMPA f
of Justu-e ol the IVace for Lvvu county ul the i i : J rl'UE CiiuohiK Muslin Allen.Ule Brown Bleach
___. Tailoring Business in all its variousbranches oft SI! D. |I are now erecting large and I"ummOfJrou
rWtion in OctoLir
rneuing nt\t New I."
1 at the old stand of Tlioinraon's Style Shirting 'I Institute and Practice-E. GEDDINGS. M D. .
1J i \\'lIlt'.ILuts; at St. Harks in addition lo thus at
J Hoopskirts, Fancy Ji striped Diillinjs,
Matena Medica HENRY R.
I there, efficient to from the weather
WEBER & DANNHEIMER Ladies with White present protect '
Corsets hip Navy Duck,
now receiving our usual Fall supply of Obstetrics-T1IOS. O. PRIOLEAU. 3L D.
trrrtisrlll i all cotton other articles merchandize
trlu its. "i "TIare; ls for Plantation! use. to which we invite i and trusts, by due attention to the wants of his customer supporters attached, Farmers Drills, I CLt'lDirJtry-C. U. SHEPPARD. M. D. the Road.or of goiog over

.___- the mspi-ctioa <,f planters and public jr<-nerally.IIOPK ?, to tiunt for the new lJIIl'SI a continuation: : Canada Cassirneres, Planters! Linen Demrnstrator and As- *tant Professor of Anatomy 'i The cars will be to MontIcelloby IllS Middle .
-- I' of the liberal bestowed Persian Casslrrerva Brown t Bleached Linen running
patronage on the late I : '
f when the f
I < September. transportation by waron
DAILY EXPECTED, : I JOSEPH Black Drab Deta, Duck,
20! 1R5' 34 WEBER Assistant Demonstrator of ADlternJ-S.\ltUEL
up I to ThommvilV! and will bfl enn5 d.
____ __ __ Fanners Satin Cl.ineoe Grass Cloth atljn.-ept country .
B. .
Our Fall & Winter Goods .N. -I shall leave for New York in a few days I LOGAN. M I). erably hoiteacd, the di!tanre from TbcuusTill ti' -
New Wheat Flour. for my usu.il } au4 Winter : of the ani- CLINICAL LECTURES delivered twice '
i .a1 suppl.es. are a ] ilonucel being aboct 13 or 20 miles, over a good _
CON&I&TINU' I' r-r\ NEW WHEAT FLOUR.tor val) of which the public shall be duly informed. 'Ii Boots & Shoes : ,I i week at the Marine anti Roper Hospitals by the I road. 1'

DRY GOODS H.AT3.HARDWARE. OV.; IIAIUtEL' by HOPKINS MEGlNNISS. j August 13, 1S59. .33-41 I Physicians and Surgeon of the institution, and in the i i The rates cf Frcfgl. aid Sl CLOTUl {. d -- .- -- --- --- Ladies Creole Highland Gaiters, Ward la the the Prestos
Roper Hospital by
Aug. t4'! lS3t'; :U I Faculty j same as last year on all lIrti.l's. -
GROCERIES. I Ci'JUN-SUELI.Er.S, I -. --- .----- I WM. M. & CO '* ** French sor of burgery. | Mr. JAS. L. IlA.tDOLrn basing been appointed gen'
BOOTS 4 SHOES j TAINTS' A OIL Southern Flows, Corn Sbelirrs, &c. LAWTON Colored Highland The Anatomical Rooms will be opened curly in | eral {npeiintendect of both the Tallabsj>sreand tbj .
Fureidecbeapby BOND i CO. i iLlojd. I Congress Gaiters, October under the direction of the Demonstrator, :; Pensacola A Georgia Rail Eeals.any cmnnfunicatioM
Aug. 27. 1859. 25 A. F. \IA. Y lEn & CO., CHARLESTON, S. C. Oip ey Buskins, and Lectures delivered. j I on business of th! Road should b* 4>r *t.J loluia "- -

---- ---- .No. 54. I:N I; TILEET5 WM. M. LAWTON. fled-Slippers, HENRY R. FROST M. D. Dean. at TallabaMce.. F. FLAQO.. 'f. ..

Cotton ; NEW TOUK 'IT' R. WAIN WRIHTCOT.. Velvet Slippers, August 6, 1859. 32-4w : Sentinel Madison Mes ecger.; Fa>vy.Fri nJ, -
; I WIN OR White Kid ---------- ,
M. & Slippers and
ASII ADVANCES F. 4 Co. would respectfully inform Southern Qumcy Republic Thn-nasTille Ecterprite Reporter
made C.jlton by
() Lloyd Aug. 27. '69 S5.Wi BoND'ACO. | .L x. Meichauts and Dealers: AGRHLLTIRALImiKiiiXTv Aug. 2 n. 1 :9. 34-Sm Bronze Congress Boots, DR. J. A. GRANT, I copy 8 weds. .
Gents Call P. P.
: __ :__ that they are still MAMiAcrtaiNO all Boots July 23. 1889. 80DISSOLUTION'OF- w
kinds of both and Iron SOCTHFRM PLOWS PLOW Notice. Patent fox London Boots, Dentist _
Bagging and i tel I I a Surgeon i "
Rope, CAVTIM.-I, COII.N SIUUP8: CHAIN CaAIIEi liar and months after date, tbs undersigned will pre- Call .
-1j'Ofl t'ale by BOND .1 CO. I ILlcyd. STAIK Cirrm, Fax MILLS. STOEE Tetcks, GABPITX SIX his final account and vouchers to the Judgeof I New style Cloth Goitci, JJAVlNGloeatedin! I

.v Aug. 27. 1859 85 : and CANAL. lUksows, GIN CLAI SLGMC.TT CtsTixod.. i Probate of Leon county, and .apply for a final discho'go : Planters Shoes of all kinds, COPAETNERSHIP.rpHE .
sttttr.., the SOCTULH.N from I Misses Fancy G&irera.- be happy to wait on all ; I COPARTNERSHIP heretofore tw -
expressly fv Tairr. Also, the administration op the estate of E. A. existing .
Hire I h hand. all kinds of AuaicrLriait: AND HOBTICI ,Ion Shulcr, deceased, lace of said oonrjfy.J. 1 Black Gaiters those who are desirous _. Henry B.Fitts & David C. Wilson,cpdcr.
elf ICe i Heel Slippers. of Ms service*. A11 work f: I .
Tl'EAL fA'mSL& SLrI B. JEFFCOAT, AdmV. the name and style of -
-I OR GOOD to w.ik ou the Raili i i lr, which we LOWELl raicu than auy i Aug. 20, 1859. 346mTaylor's Lace Boots dooe by him he wananta __ 6. -
-eJ road for a few uotths or until.Chrietmas. for I ithtr lu'use I! the t'llt<,1 Stile. We h ire a 1- ': Children's! Fan Ank!* Ties, i to give general satisfaction. % I. H. B. FITTS CO.' I

which liberal wages will b* "lt'eu. EnqUire of W. L. crij>tive' Wholesale Priced Catalogue,which we will | Diamond Boots, Dr. Grant wishesto is this day dissolved t>y mutual cooseot. "

Yinsen, Master of Road. furnish on application by mail or otherwise. All I Cotton Gins. ". Colored Boots, I call the attention of I David O. Wilson U appointed sole agent. foeloMn .

J. L. RANDOLPH. $;upt I Goods warranted to be as I -IT ORTI. Forty.five aud Fifty Saw Gins always Goat Lace Boots, I those suffering with He tusinesrof aid copartnershipII.. .
August 27, 189.35-St [Sent copy. A. rlresllte. A CO. J? ou hud and for sale] byIOPK Bronze Gaiters toothache to an excellent medicine invented by lu'nr I B. FITTS.-

__ Send for our Priac List. No. 54 V del St. N. Y. SS A ME01 NIS9.AUgft. Boys Poi I ts. Boys Pump sole Gaiter, I self, which will give immediate relief. Ito person 'K. D. C. \?ILSOXJuly

Wanted Immediately. Successors to J.1.1 Co. (Who caleb I e, 1859. .S2- Calf Oxford Ties, after once using it will be without it. In all such T 1, 1339. 80Notice
I'her. :_ _._ __ "
ll-hed the .) Kip Brogans Boys Goat r.r'>ttDII. cases as Cbrouie and Necra'gic nervous Toothache j
LLAD from 14 to IS years of age. 11 ho writes a j 20.1259.buinel i SI-5m nROWX'S DOUBLE CYLINDER .. i cannot be excelled. He bas also Dr. Allen's eelebra- i| -
Aug. ----- --
-oL.-\ good hand auJ u orrxt in figures, as an atMtant i ted Tooth Rccorator anti Cleanser, being the sole I : .

ID thi Railroad Office at St Marks. I PItS S E R8 --PTE N-- GO SA.AV GIN I 11 Hats & Caps : Q user of it in this Sta:.e. Persons wi!bin their teeth TilE undersigned U sppuiotfd soja ajrcnt lo eo..
To oue po&secsiiig! thp above qualifications and is A NEW beautifully cleansed will not fail to give the Dr. a the business of tbe We firm"of II.B. FITT3t

willing to make limeelf.generally useful, a p"od situation I LAF-VLDED : Qcni&; Fashionable Cal Hate, call. OFFICE oa 200 FOOT braicr. near the Post Ofice. CO all persons indebted to laid firm are requestedto
It ofT'n'd. Ap.ply I A. "B. 'YES, j IRON TUBES.I Fcr rale by HOPKINS d MEHINXISS. tf Silk" A line or two dropped at the Pot Office will cjm forward aDd pay the same, and all persons .
Aug 27. '59. S5-41 1... BOILER Aug. 19, IS5. 33 : I claims! inet mid firm
__ St. Mal I INO 1. Vernon Caw" meet with protppt atteu'M>n. having a; are requested to present
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VERY article necessary to DRILL the TUBE i ------ --- --- ._'.t'11. Pearl Cues Windsor Hats N. B Terth Extruded without Pei. them for settletucot. D. C. WILSON 1

1CE- E PLATES and lo SET THE TUBES in the I ITuKe Jut Received French Casa June IS. 1859. 25Blacksmith July t. 181.V. 30 [8 DUo l copy. .
Panama ---- --
TO LAND beet n r. By .
: "l S'eaxor I II i Sfraw" Notice

rfl Subscriber Uaving a mueb larger Tract of BRUSHES.-CLEANERS. Steel-Wirl and .Whalebone j I BARREL FLOUR. I'' Boys French Lrgborn Brown Hats, I = -

JL Land than be caD cultivate, (viz: 3. -IO acres.) I' Tubes tot ARTESIAN 4c, Screwed I', -0 bLs Sugar PearJ Csiraere Hats.. I C
hereby offers a part of it for tale ; and with a new togethei, f us-h, on both sides,WE1r.CnrlDa cither '! 2 bfclj.I!Dried Beef, II Trimmed Maricabo Hat. FLORIDA RAIL tOAD *? CJ.l I

to accommodate purchasers, will divide it out iutonnall : outside or :instJe. i 4 Lard t Saxony French I Fu.u lu.ltt /3bl&* f

tracts of from Lur to six Luudred acres eA<-b. I THOMAS PROSSER A SON ; 10.3 Ticrej-s Han( M. Panama ." TWK- k berebv givko. Clii.. aTia.ath.a
This land lies in Leon nnd Jefferson eouoti s,14 miles I SICk CI e, I LebotD .L"
28 Flatt Street New York.I< 10 l ., Ut 8.pteab.r ant;tb sake of Itsijbt.
east of Tallahassee ;Tbe main body of the tract being Cr.k. Bct.o, i Plain and Fancy Straw Hat I will f
cak and hickory with; clay foundation, skirted on the I _Ausr. 20'1859. ____ _34-3m___ ___ __ Cheap for rj. h n A SHINE., Ja. I this road bei4sgesud.&COLZ

norL, south and west with tint I WM. II. McDONALD k ro's" Aug. 6, 1859. I j j1otice. SaperMen&nt.Juts&
quality pine land .
with an J : i 25, 1853...,. .1o.. .:.. ...7'
abundance r t ftimber.\ The tract -' "y
be BO divided that way bbtrtising & wnmissira Gentlemen's Clothing I Yankee Notion, I '
a air cleared land
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will fall to each tract protortionvf I .Ut f Hardware, I f aoer Groceries, TItt.BLAcXs1lITH'BUSIYESS IX ALL ITS 'oiLL- .
*t well atwed
with spring bnwchev; The try Railroad part being it No. 102 NASSAU STET. DURING my the Stats DANIEL i Saddlery. I Iron t Nail. & at tb. AREa AND EXCELLENT -

.bout tbree-quarteri of a mile north rune through.id NEW.. is my general Agent and. Otodur; A.Gh swai ,-| .liquors utah kindt.I:8Itr@51ii39 1 OLD STAND, by &he..tudenigoedi who returns new. .AIa'I' BUO-rrJTTI
oft the Of
Jtrte porchasert will ,', 2 I' Attorney and GIDEON F. MORRIS is tar Agent i. .J thanks for and tohtitsa e tion t oo of UM pot. GT:wtJl fini Bd.ud U.:beea IDUMliase. bet albWl
ezatnioe for tbem elv ,
Ad" riie aV
wil! be el for
relt : t"f. suet Attorney for the of : heretofore .
: pub ciac 2 fmHt tny .p.t11 trdOAg* aa liberally etteqded: AbargalocaatMittdL. Apply
eny. 7ZLI.A"1 : .
I J'a a 'FRM.NY. lk'stion jo.tliie! paper' in Jefferson Conny. E C C. C'ARliELL: & MAXWELL % k' c. WJL. Y. > .' .,ta. BEny. .
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I It; :'( I$19. :l .\\II\t; fI, 185?. s- Lw :Menii 19, 1153. 12 i I July 1, 183g. 80 [?entin copy. JtU,! I '. n --


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I 5PRING ( Ground in J'rfjtartd L :7.U o{ (< >

:! t i hl'ulJi.ll: very SATURDAY, by GOOD: mON. HOOPS AND TIES I STOMACH BITTERS SINGLE:; JJUM-BER LOTTERIES.CHARTERED ,1 rE lav' jn!t rcce.vrd a fuch 'ijy j .1 l I. .
I FOR COTTON BALE -, \' new ei.ii liait.lul: : \\ Lllof' .':.<" Vr.it ii> *
I CIIAS. r. DVKI: I '*. OK CIOKC.IA: ) .
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--0 -. fbr Oie e1/ Ig'pll. Iwligtttlo, .Y.e mai.r.faeu acid ( ffer it to tie piH h .iiin tt | r

l I', ; "1 Two DOLLACS per annuiu in advance.TEUMS I lfl ;OODSJ I I Price C ctJitxjur pUUul.--7 j>cr tent.IttJS i"t flatiii Coaiplai icy.* .,.armita .ppd" or cay*Biwl'tcW1 I - I fret cvi.fdti-c.* .. |1-iMiwiip ALL If.. QU'AI; PTlri
'I ihh render r.'ni MOST DF.SIKAI.LE; i-- |tINC03JIAUAIIK .
CONSISTING i than J!"pc.N I of the Stomacl or EtncJi,prrxlvciny c. mP Capith1PrizeSiOOOO i "!
Q ADVT.HTISIXO. Colic, Cholera jlarbut dc. : : IKllII-ANtY: O> U'HP.FRFJ.l
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&r One i-juarv of I i 'unrtjx'-".first il8f'f I ion, 1 I 00 ; I \ Y-. JJP considering the Id\l.tgloCIrononr I .V'I In view of the fact that every member of I TICKETS-ONLY DOLLARS C'M! l-tiia!! TOJ( :-i IS Ct'ALHUi-
t'acl. iiequeit Sorrrf Iry coods 1..1 I K:< pe an a material for crhn n.I:". the human family is more or less subjected to NhF: I! 1NJI Ia\Ci THE HEALTH: of tie ki
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; i I be M.Ipilsed that it lisa not bet'n Ih\'ptl,11.ng I of the besides innumerable -- i"llIh i-if 1.1 lv piiitid '-'is
above piiir.iii
r' <:fsi< aal!auJ liusiaeoe Cards insci ttd at 1 1" j r'd some complint ;i men C r
I .'nc' .*. In it* runty against fire tl.efe isano tr- I other eooJitLos life, which WOOD, BI)) r 4.$ CO., Managers :, lJUR.\lm.I1Y ir tie MST' FxrofFD: sni A
; nut nurked with the number nfin Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c. i ,helming r.as tl for its adoption I by the Issistnc of a little knowledge orexercise Successors to S. SWAN A CO. 'I TlOS.si.i I-S (IEAT: sniRininiYio: VI.IT.

"' ... '.nHI..e> coutiuued until forbid,and ckaigcJvccnrilme'r 'HOND A CO. : 1h" Pieces in tlw Seaport Cities h\"t lecn the common sense,they may b ableso i Lead! in 1Illl.e var us "..* to t>l.ith lie lalUi 1 ls
I iniiiu cause <.f i i"! lot Icing generally adopted; Uit I twregalate their habits of diet, wit following Scheme will be drawn by VTooo, 1 berttofoie Inn ai flat) leifaVlyASlEb I

ii jr J.jjf Crrt'Seat'.. ,>f publication of Ifyal or estate -Llm.l- -,-April- -2-, 11:9. 11-tf-_. now that o'j-i.tu'ii i!!rtn.oted gentr'dly. and the Orleans the assistance of a good tonic, secure permanent THE
I >,,ilk-vs will nut Ix CCI""D anti the "d\'cttilling fee ill i Pretf, lIlt I.t in N 0., give iltL\prefer- I health. In order t accomplish this Lotteiy, in each of their Single Ncniber\ Lotteries ray si.'isfp.: 21 _____ _
". I l'fti.J. For Sale I nice seer n'l| c. Lc fl"sni&n Iron lltcp fnt Tie is desired objet.Lle true course to pursue is, for August, 1S39 at Augusta, Georgia, in public -

____________________________________________________ ) OCR Potash ". Cmc'' : the iUlf>pnM cit f <.11 of the piof I fttuii. mid ischijted certainly, will produce 1 natural under the superintendence of Commissioners. MILES NASH & CO.
-- ]I Sap tsg. Clh'C. l'id'I fi.<'Ri tlit tha* it is fund long rx- state of things at the lest hazard of vital
V. (II, Matkerel. l.y .)JOM) CO. f.tt lft end Dr. HosUtter Cla Draws .t 6, 1859.tcw Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &,
: land for Sale. d 1"1 mlflt.t. greatest )tits *!n>plicity strength and life ; for this Lloyd I, April 2. U59. 14-tf I and i facility of applioiition of any t ne j et inaJe. It has introduced t this country a preparation 33 Jjraic Satw'd'I.IAIIl t 13, 1853. received from New York per lark K H rt.m-

.jU I'HEniiJ."'i ti'>d offers for sale 17X0 acres of T IO Java and CJfee---for--sile--- in 10 a? to ti-quire nil thangefor ncoirpreoHUT. called HOSTETTER'S STOMACH Class 34 Jtruttit Saturday Anymit 20. le>59. (JUST a general assortment of article in our!lift*,
by I.rfran't
Laguira ,
il';; in JeftVfon cou'itt- Ki. O acres of I i': = BOD.tCO. II'us obviating the only remaiiiing difficulty BITTERS, which at this day is not a new Class 35 Draw ..asrJ.'j .t'ge4 21, 1809.OX such a* Oils "f almost every kind Burui. Hu'j! ".
'"L.:h lay withiu a bit distance of Station 2oritbeI nt the sea beard titifi. medicine, but one that has been tried for ----.--- \Lite Ltad. Tine and other paints, Window Glees of

: IViuhCoU & Georgia Hnilroad, and 660 acres are in Lloyd. --, April-.- 2, 1S59.---- -!4-tf- --- Tbe hoops are sent of any length from eight to ten years, giving satisfaction t. all who have THE riAX UFhLGLE Sl'llttLRS. I heist quality. Puttt. Brus'ie" Potash Soda, Sparkl-ru
I r tlie mijbboihood of Wakfftjab, and I vrithin C or 7 AND IRON, for sale by feet and a full guarantee guru that neither the 1i-.1 used it The Bitters operate powerfully upon -- Gelatin.London Mustard, French lira'd, (vrv. hept. I

: iii!"of Station I. Both tracts btte the ni-cocsary 'TAIL ROD CO. i ir H"op< t-hull brenk. Aud further, that all cottonhinid the stomach, bowels and liver, restoringthem 50,000 Tickets'! I med'vmal; f.urs.. $Jli es. Ppre L 'n". Irup.

1 improvement-cuch dwelling Ius.tIegrocabns, I April *, 1859. 14-if \ 1 l in t.tO shall. be received ('n the same terms to a healthy and vigorous action, and .5,483 Ink?.Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Flni,_tract ButimA&
laLouacs .. Lloyd thus by the simple of strengtheningnature PHIZES "II"r&1 ortrvetit of Pafrn,'
at the 01 Press as rope bound cotton. The process th., and a PopuKr
l.DWARD A. WILLCY. --- ---- --- ----- (als enable the system to triumph over SEAKLY ONE PJMZE TO EYE!. hIRE TICKEUT&M4UX1HCEST the L..sLi
SNABUKGS, SLectiugs and Shirtine, f..r sale weight per bale is about fie! eftnn as Rupe, nt.onepound Medicines. We krep none Lut very .
flux ---- --
L July 2, 1659. 273m.Copartnership! ( ) !less. disease. Diarrhoea dysentery or so to merit
l-y BO U CO" more or and SCHEME! hope your patronage.MILES
contracted by
-- -- ---- --- ----- --- generally NASH J CO.
Lhv', Apnl 2, 1S39. 14-tf To how the opinion Ship, 1altu'have of it. we letter ,
the commendations principally March 29.1856
I Notice. give following, among numerous
mid Powder. Cundy and Lemon Syrup, hate: and diet b speedily regulated by a 1 l'rizeuf.5iO( > ) 1 Prize I of.'. .?1500
fl if "17 E: have this day associated with ui iu the rctri SHOT Fluid. AlouhiLTurpentine. The undersigned 'n.auters (If vessels having had brief of preparation. Dyspepsia, 1" l.OOO'' 50 500 !

T cantila bueuicss Ttas. Brown, Loaf and Cru-hed Sugar, cotton couij/nwed with Fa"' Iron Uoop a disease which is probably more prevalentwhen 1" 10.000 i[ 100) 400 .
Ufll'S its various forms than
in all ,
taken .
and Adamiutiue Candle I" 5.000 KM) 300 undersigned Las resumed work ._
Sperm and Ties, hereby recommend The bales i THE
I R. A. MEAGHER.Tbebufiineii For sale by LOND A CO.Lloyd Wing well aud t.. lutkiis;.me or any other; the cause of which way always 1 .. 4,000 I I 100 M 150 town and has opened d It Shop in

I I tiill therefore b. conducted in fcturecuuer Apiil'2, 1853. 14-tf never breaking compressed when tllro1'1 down in the Ship's hoops hold, l/e attributed to derangements cured without of the fail digestive 1. .. 3OOO j 100 1 t.J0'l'r'lrilllatifJIC the same Luiltfil. with Mr. Kulm's Car-_ _ _
L tb" iiain auJ style of -- -- when organs can L by rinse Sho,>, rtpfosite( the Exchange, where all kind
-- -- -- -- or stoned: BIT-
I }; { PANAMA cud STRAW IIA1S.f u"ing 10SETTER'S / Pnz. of Black.smithing will be done with nentues and
bottle. For
1 HEIR, RUST & CO. I fur sale ty 1JOND i CO. A Rol> .nII. Capt.. Ship. Marina Darnprt TEES on the 4 Prizes of J400 oppro'g.to $50.000 prize relf.OO deopatrh. He can refer with confidence to theses

t Thec'.V: euutinue at tl.e old ttand aul trust that I .Lloyd, April 2. 1859. 14-tf James I t this disese ever physician kind wi recommend not- 4 'SOW20.000 1,21-0 ho Lave patronized him heretofore for character
Henry, Bitters why
____ T\mls. I '
'tl'41 % liberal ) heretofore. lientowtd !( 4 250 10,000" I."(0 of his woi k. FRA Nt 18 AlNJ.
ery ujonibe (ADDLES aud v.. HatiKss ,f all Linda. fur A.Tulbot, Harcaswkit.John nse an article known to infallible
t L 1 j
I : i.ll'j 4 :!5. 5,000" tOO 8. J 1858. C-tf .
old: fmu will be extended to the iiew. January
| Dean. Flint their -
O sale Jllllet m'ter preventive
:. by BOND .t CO. Every country a. 4 200" 4Ot\j. tOO( !I .
John C. % ihner. Mulh.use. of disease, and strengthening -
Lloyd, April 2, 1859. 14-tf
o It
111 4. 150" SdOO
July 1. 1859. 27 600 P. B. BitOKAW'S.
II. Koppriiholdt, Ella A. Clark the system in general aud among them 4 5 100" 1.00. I

---- I IFor.n.nn.d WILLIAM P. SLUSSER7TALLAHASSEE L. P. Mt-rill. Baik KmibJL! there i is not to bo found a more whom healthy this 5,000 prizes of 20 ;11'1'. . . . .100,000 40i I LIVERY: J.HD SALE STABLES
Broome & Thompson, :The pi.ice of Hoop and 1't ht"N.. 0, is Q cl'ot people than the Germans, from ,

: : F1n. FLORIDA per pound. Liberal deduction Inlt I:ll'rdallt preparation emanated which his, ba-sed attended upon scientificeTqxriments advancethe 5,185- Prizes amounting to. . . .*-320,000WHOLE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ,.
: :1zt, for city acceptance,aud all orders M rpf m e prompt : t would
:MANCFAtTcnrn or CoprEn.Tis AND ShEET attention by F. BELCHER, destiny of this great preparation !Jn the Ticr.rrs$10; IILVs 5 ; QauuRsll. -n-n-. -5--- I'InF., Proprietor his friends and the in

ffMlE undersigned bave formed a t'f\-plrtn.r.lip, IKON WAnE.'UOLEU: ANt RETAIL 12$ Commercial Place. Agtnt medical scale of science. cr .A Cll.C.L.1 I: "J."riU/;; #pl.,.,!ft1.."",,/,.trill ,. pu*>lic. that, be has rebuilt hin_ _

_ _ ain.Iei, the name of BROOME A THOMPSON, DKALER ix PLAIN, FI.' JA1'AEI) New Oilcan., June 11, '59. 21tmDENTISTRY. it .,"llo any sac Jtiifvu.. -vfrtitttiuyCertiH. i. ...th.o : arge Biuk SUMe, nt the old statd, and is _"..
ior the transaction of a WARE. - prepared to accommodate Jiis (fiend and epstoamstu
'ates of Packages will be sold at the follow
GKMIRAL COMMISSION nUSIXKSS trying and provoking disease whc fixes its rates, which is the risk: lie al..> has attached to his Stables. goUl 1 Blacksmith -
SId'c Ilrad-Qonrtors. relentlcsi grasp on the body of man,reducing h t Shop where he will have have d'III"AII kind of
in the of Fernandma. They will give prompt Certificates oi of 10 Whole. Tickets. .?80
? city Package
A SPLENDID assortment ofCooking. Tailor a mere .hadow t a short space of time,and rendering Plantation workHorse shuci.gscmil' rnrgrwork in
_ _ tiiteiition to the rale or shipment of cotton and other .tand Wood Stove-lrimined with him and mentally Ule can L defeated II 10 Half .40 the very best manner and with prompters sad di-
and) will make liberal advances on consign le"l" 1hsI. I
produce 10 Quarter 20
and ,at reduced price and d..e frm the body ly the use of HOSTETER'S patch.
incuts fur sal* here,or f>r shipment to their fricudnjn durability RENOWNED BITTERS..Further, any of the above 10 Eighth 10 November.1,1853. 44

Savannah, Charleston IV. York or Liverpool.Vliry ; I Out Door \Vork.Roaflngr. -- II diseases can not b contracted when exposed t -- -- ----

will negotiate in the principal markets of the .Ornamental Front Heads,Gutteringr.' .pop any ordinary conditions producing them, if the Bitters SPARTA ACADEMY) LOTTERY, Carriages, Buggies, and Harness,
the eale of Bond insued Ihe) State per and Tin Conducting Jp.. :ht'ft ',111. .used .per direction And .it neither create* For
United State, by ( Sale by P. B. Urokair.Subscrilier .
I Zinc. Lead Patent work DR. T. J. CUR LEE Olctss 3NTo. -4.GS
the set cral Railroad Companies-by the counties Pips Pumps. Shop nausea nor oled. the palate,and rendering ueA ,
by. or incorporated\ towns and other) g.rd securi- of every dune at short notice. "lA OULD return I.il grateful acLuon lodgementsi .change of diet o Interruption t nioal permits Draws lrednesday, A UJllst o\nt 1S59. "l"'nE Lai just received .
T to the citizens Southern and Middle lound and digestion, very large supply of Carriages
V tic, and will rcrtite and execute orders fvr invettiuut City and Country ?Iorcliniils Georgia, but promote sleep he&It. .
in the paine. They will attend to the purchaftor and East Florida, for the very literal patronageicceived the emltaint.w thus mo..e a peddy.a to con ON TIIE-THREE NUMBER TI.AX. -Tiugffiei. anti Ham,"., which he otf r
S sale CtREAL Are respectfully invited: to give me a call btU purchasing from them during the pat five or six years. aot te production of a thorough and permanent for sal* on tbe mot reasonable terms.

I ol* -\\herp. He will continue the practice of the above profea.sin cure. 73 KumLcrs.13 Drawn Hallot-,. November IS. 1854. 46

ESTATE IN THIS CITY. t N. D. All articles m\lfaln.1: from the very in those sections of country. and has made such For Persons advanced yearsWho -- -
il and durable. other with manufacturers of Dental Materials i CONSUMPTION AN OLD INDIAN DOC
warrallt'll arh arrangements
in the ."f J l'f IJa'rrn I ro and Nearly Prize to tiro Ticket,.
town or cor.ntv fir lulTering from an constitution one ciery
"lnT.r.y l I.will 1 le oiTured for sale. I North. as to him to put up tiLL setts of a enf"hle TOI:. UNCAS BRANT, while a ;
J-'lvriilt Persons ha; *i# such 10:11. tnvaluabl reetora-
X nlhff JfiHri'1{ g body Bitters are ai a --
I + <)0lober20,1855. 42 ttUh, in of popular Ind..I. at from Illr the CURED. Missionary among the Indians of
II I I'n-pcrly for sale. uiU .1.,"tto fuiuisb, them plsts, any Jfto live of .trenKth; and vigor, and needs only t le tried 1 OF $4OOOO.
I "-tic !'itaded dollars lets than i is the Rocky Mountains, discovered
1' I with accurate wiplVne of quality. locaUon. im- the same il the South ; (be means usually he(says,)and to b apiireciated. And to .mother while nursing, 1 Prize of i 19,302 | h 1'iizeH if .*-2.Otiy a RARE PLANT, that proves to l
4) I lofo\mt'ntll.I"iet-.tulII.. ic, with t'uc name of some I IJIM4'O RICHARDSON'SIILIEI I these Bitters are Indispensable, _her the 9 Pri/es of . .. COSSUMPTIWs
J guaranties tLem to \mitL aud Cell. 4.WO | 267 1'1 izes of 3'J5:! be a certain tore for C..n.umpt, -
!' I ti win 1 will chow the jiropert on application.; I L a DtaABLF. mother's nourishment inadequate to the demands '.te., k Ac. .
L r.vicE.\r.LE as can put up North or i ?? Ac. Bronchitis Asthma, Liver Complaint
I VSC will attend t. the ttemiit! .f"Liiu against : ENS South of the consequently her strength must PRIZES AMOUNTING TO ct RED.
I Those in need of his service, can, by dropping a cJIJ yield 32.396 :7 ,17'i ,Nervous Affections,Coughs,
,' i_ I the F."!cial or State vcinneiits f.r scmcc or DAMASK3, DIAPERS; Ac.C1OXSI note to bun at either Mout cello or.Madison, H.I. and licre it U .here a good tonic,such a ._- / Colds, ill!. Hating now made his

f kubelitute during the -oent Ilfli..nr ar.b ;MERS (f Run!.IKI "">' /;">.., and those have the work done, nod time to test it btfotr paying Stomach Bitter is needed to impart temporary an& WHOLE Tiiktr *10 ; HiLVut >5 ; (heavers .J5o CONSUMPTION forlniH"! and retired from buines..
I I ? addition to their 'olllmi""i..n Drpaitmcnt, the and to the jstem. Ladies should by I -'
rigor ,
of for te lie w ill 8 rid I the and
the tiifc'rotKt obtaining t.t;vani.eno1x, Ih..ut it Iu ordering Tickets "r Certificate, euclo the prescription
liae ri e
purchased before
: < and
tiTidcrsigned of
that the niticUs sealed The l lest reference! if try this remedy fo all case debility 1 directions! for preparing the nmlir'uiefrrr
f eee they puicLase ale C f" > !! given CURED !
address :
for the Tickets ordered I
\itI .sircJ to ,
our on re
ho, if h money
ELLIS JL THOMPSONto acquaintedwith
Messrs. ask *
>f Goons of the full name of the December 55, 1858. 52 doing. your physician I of rlitrrg* to all who desire
frm.III.UJo which n-ill be forwarded first mail
L4 wbit-li tln-y will wake large addilums at an early! ---- ._ --- ---- the values of the Bitters, 1 fll recommend their they by it, and will send to Lie agent,
.t CONS A OWDEN Purchaser have tickets ending in figure
a tL.They will keep constantly on band an eiUu- R. A. Shine Jr. use I Injll caws of .Q1De! cap any they CONSUMPTION enclosing two stamps ((6 Cf'fltO.) to
.; It "h'cmd well a'soiled Stock of as a guarantee of the.ou ducfl and durability of the CILTION.-We caution the public against may designate. pay the return 1 letter, with a de-
; The List of Drvwn Numbers and Prizes will be
now and will constantly on 'handand
Go": KThis receiving lefp of the imitations or coon CURED. of their Tie
IS using wrption
i't Dry ( ,oJ. Ilhts, I Boots & Shoe., bdUhcnp forcueh, a large 6tuk GROC EKH'S any many lent to purchasers (liately' after the di* caution is remlned! essi-ntislly ncees .T'y U-rfi-its, but ask for HOSTFTTIB'S CLLEBRATKDSTOJMIII Old Doctor hiss cured mora than
: &-uUllcrj' and Il.-mit-ss, (;I'OCl'1 -CIOI1.ing'l'( large nautilies] i of infctrarnnd defective Lineirs! areIiepflre.l. n : ;, such as BITTIRS, and see that each bottle t Purchasers will please write thrirsignature B0'O fatt of r.'O'lIn/tlfJlI aloneLO.NbUMllIO.N -,

quora cxcejiteil I.) I'roxisions, ( seaSon after""(-:''.. and sealed with the Bacon, J I Mcss 1ml I| Mess Beef, hue the words Dr. J. HoxUtter's Stomach plain,*And give 'heir Post Office, County and State.J3F Silt| ,M>pw" all,, nfflirt'e.! pwple, will;

I' t ion Utensils, Doors \VitiJous name of liclirM, by Irish house', who, regardless Flour, | Lard, | Hams BitU'ra" blow on the side of the bottle, and : Remember that every Prize n drawn sad avail fhcmselves of this.pportuni-
4..iv I 1 of the injury thus inflicted alike on the (Plain 110 Sugar Cured.) staniHd] on the metallic. cup covering the payable_ in full without deduction. CU RED. ty. n, the Do".r wishe to ju M
J ; and other! Huilding Mate / consumer and the manufMcturrsof the geuumeGoods Ameri"IU S nip. | Yankee | Sugar of all kind, I O,ffec, cork. and oWrve that our autograph 'ligna.ture Sf All prizes vf $1,000 and under pnid i me. the good lie com before h. dies.-

'-t1 rials furniture, Iron, will nut readily abandon a busmc so profitable, And all other aiticles usually needed by families is on the label. diately after the drawing-other prizes at the'au CONSUMPTION Address all letters toDANIEL

I Hardware and Cutleiy, Castings, and a great .bilt piircLa ers can be in'rose on with Goods of a and on plantations.A O" Prepared aid sold tj HOSTFTTER fc time of thirty days.NOTICR ADEE,

Lf raiicty of other articles.! woithlcis character.J. lot of Irish Potatoes and Onion for planting. SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all TO COliilE5l'ONiETS CURED. Box 3531 1' 0, New York

f; All .-f" hieh, they "ill sell at Wholcm "IJ ag tQL .

IL for CASH, Country Produce, or goo-l commercial aervptarictf 88 Church St., New Y"rk.R.pt b 22 1P59. 4 the ailed States Canada South ii"e tlir Adams hf/WJi (niptinfi, whereby money January 1, 1859. 1-ly
1 Itt jnicos that wi'd ctnnpara farvorabyvith 18, 1858. 35lyLivervana ___ ___ for Tickets, in sums of fIll, and upwards, can be eit -- ---- .

I I \ j 111''Ie of any city in the &.utl1. We invite merchants Insolvent Estate Notice. America and Cermnny.SCO us at our rwk and expense, *i>m any city ('r town }iotie-e.---- .

-. I and all ot'her pur.Vast-rs) examine our stock.y,1 Sale VIL! & MEAD where they have an otfice. The money and crIer
Stable. State of Florid.1. } months after date, the undersigned will
JAMES i E.: r.uoo.ME, ItKW OKI-CA, LA., must be enclosed in a "Oovernmtnl Post Oflicc SIX pre
I County cf Leon f hm tinal 11't.\lIilIlIUItI vouchers to the Judge
gives notice Wholesale Agents.So14 stamped envelope, or the Express Company cannot
U. W. TUO.Miy 'N.j. T. RLOCKER administrator de Louis of I'roUii- ul/ Leon county as administrator on tie
February 19. IS.9. 8-ly that be has purchased HALEY the estate of Joseph Uhner, late of by It. nAnN.\JeD! Jr., ]. NASh A: receive All communications them. confidential. estate of iHephrn Minjon, deceased late of said
the Livery Stable ofj__ (0., and AStIES A L11L15 Tallahll"tlet', strictly
I ----- --- -- ---- -- ,\ illiam II. Newsom. inTallahacseetogehier'ivithi Leon county, deceased, having filed in tbe Probateoffice Florida. Address Orders fur Tickets or Certificates to county, aud ask to be di-chnrped therefrom.JOS. .

-I In Chancery in Iron Circuit Clllrl-/lill good will of lie( establishment, and tlmt lie is now tie of paid county a written suggestion that Ill believes April 1)), 1859. 15-ly WOOD, EDDY A CO JOHN WILLIAMS, Adn.V
U for Partition. the estate of the raid Jusoph Ulmer to be insolvent -- --- AugustaGeorgia.or. March 12, 1859. ll-6ni
prepared to carry on the Lu.inesl in all its liranche, ---- ----- -
flznm ifi U. hale Ex'tr. cf J.,bn and promises the public with good accommodations therrfoie notice is hereby given to all persons WOOD, EDDY A CO, Atlanta, Georgia. -- -------
Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo.BrAILllOADS.
;4r .... w.lla1e.l in his line on reasonable terms. hating claims! against said estate to appear and or, WOOD EDDY .t CO. Wilmington, Del. Insolvent Estate Notice.State .

*,I_ William \. Fri"rson ami Mary I.ICIIARD SAUNDERS. file the same with the Judge of Prolate of said I JSP" A jolt of the numbers that are drawn from of Florida, )
I- : wit It. M. Fricison and Catherine I.L41' I': Sep. G, 1856 S6 county, ou or before the 20th day of September next, the wheel, with thu amount of the Prize that each County of Leon. J r .
I when titers will be rata distribution of tbe funds
I and Caroline J -- - a pro .,. e.:1wy is entitled to will be after .
his wife, John C. Rouse -- --- one published every drawing T ITTLETON M. WHITE administrator "f ILe

-a ty; F. his wife 'Jo epb L. Hale, Edward rjer.It )MEDICAL NOTICE. of said estate)amongt the creditois ef said estate. in the following p'apcrs: Augusta (.('.) Con- ___-J estate (.John W. Tpwiweml late of Leon county
It I' Johnson and Iabtla! U bis nife R.bert -0- Jud-oof Prolate.ManM9 siitutionuliist, New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register deceased, hating filed in the Probate office of

:1: j ', !; F. Stafford, ITI l! Smitha, A. hi* to ---- 1659--- --- 12-6m 0Change -- Charleston Standard Nashville Gazette Atlanta' In. said county a written suggestion hat he believes the
it'. 1 wife..I Robert F.Stafford,jr..and Martha J. n. T.\YLOR.I. S. ROND. : of Schedule. telligencer, New York Weekly Day 15<.>fc, Savannah estate of the said John W.Townsend to be insolvent,

I J. bis vife, Washington Il Hradwvll AGENCY. Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch therefore notice is hereby given to all persona having
I I and Susan L.bis wife, Rtfbrtt L. Hale. Drs. Taylor & Bond, --0--- Pauldmg (Miss) Clarion, aol Little Rock claims against said estate t<> appenr aud file the same

ik 4 Zilpha L. Hale and Honda W. Hale 11Oate m.tlie practice of Medicine. Of- Ban of Columbus, Ga. TIlE Department having ordered a daily mail ser- (Ark,) True Democrat. with the Judge of Probate of mid county on or before

appealing from the afliJavit ot complainant: HAVE OLD STAND of Dr.Taylor. H. "iiM "-n.l. YOUNG, Prc t. between Tallahassee and Walter's Mill, Nov. _14,_1857._ 46-ly the 20th day of September next,when there will be a

-L, IT' L. Hale Executor that Robot F. Stafford Tallahassee, F binary 1, 1859. 6 Cash Capital, $ 00. the Train will run on and after the first of January n SUl'EKUMBURNING- pro rata distribution of said estate amongst the creditors

j sr., and Srai'ha A. his wife also Robert F. Stafford. ---- -c>-- tOoOO lbt>9, as follows: of said estate.
; ;
I) t fri and Mai tha J. Ins wife defendants in the above above Agency will at ALL times be supplied On the Pen. 4' Ceo. Railroad : FLUID D. W. OWYNN Judge of Probate.

I $$411t 4 cause, reside bejond tbe limits <>f this State: It u BLACK-SMNG THE ith Exchange on New York, at current rates; Leave Tallahassee daily nt..4 P. M. "'T.\RRENTEU FRESH. For sale March 19. 1850. 126mNotice. ,
) ordered that notice of the institution tLis cilice be I Also, 0 Columbus and Apala : Bills discounted Arrive at Walker's Mill by . .5.SO P. JI. 'I V Store of E. BARNARD.at the Drug ----

'- 1 published m some newspaper published in the city of JL tice that be has opened his at current rates. Gold Coin for talc. Leave Walker's Mill daily at..8 A. M. 1 1859. 1 .

l Tallahassee for two months and that sni-1 defendants I _ I BLACKSMITH SHOP again in Office, (up at.airsover]! the Store of T. L. Betton, Arrive Tallahassee by .. .. 9.80 A. M. _.January ALL persons having claims against the Estate of

i appear and censure plead .ir demur to the compla'n- I connection with his LIVElY STABLES. where be will Esq. M l'. ELLIS, Agent. Connecting at Walker's Mill with Post Coaches via FISK'S PATENT AIETALIC lius lieazlry, of Jefferson county, deceM

:' aint's bill on or before The first Monday in Octol-cr have done all kinds of Plantation and Carnage work. Tallahassee Dec. 1858 49 Monticello to Albany every evening of the week excepting ed.whether as creditors, I legatees, or distributee,are

It next Done end ordered at Clambr this 5th July, -ALSO- Sunday, nod twice a week connecting with BURIAL CASES required to preseut their demapdv, in due form, td

T 1S59.; J. W AYL BAKER JuJge HORSE SHOEING in the best A Card Coaches running to JlaJison, Alligator, l&Idvt aud the undersigned Executor of the last Wllaoo testament -
I July 9. 1859. 28w very manner; Jacksonville.On. of said deceased, within two year from tbia
-- --- -- -- O and I will use every endeavor t have work -0 the TaJlaluittscc Railroad date, otherwise they will be barred; and all those
II t done with dispatch, and smt customers. E. L. T. BLAKE : :
Master's Sale of Slaves.By 1' B. BROKAW. Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) iJ indebted are requested to make payment immedi

I .t viitue D decree bearing date of the 13lh January I, I 859. 1 Register the United Slates Land OJJicc at. ) A.M ately. JAMES S. RUST. Ex'tr.
o just made the J. o Arrive at Kt Marks .! A. }. July 2, IS:!. 27-8m
t of July by Waylcs ---- ---" -- -
I I Baker, Judge of the Middle Circuit of littinl Plank Road All Right! Leave St. Mails daily (except Sunday) lloseteood Finished- Latest l'alcnl.-) ----- -
wherein his services act as ACE T fO persons at. 2.15 P.M. Notice.
i; I in Chancery, in a certain cause Jame OFFERS t AIR-TIGHT AND ISDESTRl CTIBLE.
and John C. McGthec undersigned having the entire in- to enter in the State Land Office, Arrive at Tallahassee at. 3.SO I). M.
Brooms, John McDougall are TiE purchased SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on hand mofitbs iTrom the first publication of this no
ii complainants, aud Sarah Ann Bellon, Executri ic. I of the Georgia 4 t Florida PaD Road and will attend to any bu.ine, in any of the State Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrival A by r. J. RAWLS, Undertaker. SIX the undersigned, administrator de heels non,

) of A. M. Gatin deceased and Tin but ton, Company,will put.the annie in go travelling order. Offices at tbe Capitol. CI.afej reasonable, aud in of and which returns before the departure (he November 20, 185S. 47 with the Will annexed of all and singular the goods

are ( shall, OB the first Monday of This may b relied on. The tolls I have re proportion t the time and llor bestowed. Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers between chattels, rights and credits which were of -John Wil-
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tember next: that is.to eay o the fifth day of duced 25! pet ('n. To persons at Bel-Aii Maps of Townships WDT ,SUWASNEC RIHI New Orleans, Key West and Cuba and intfrnydiate ford deceased, late of Leon county, will present km
4. t ber 1859. sell for cash, at public outciy, before the wishing to Cotrael by tIle, season a suitable deduction furnished at from two t five dollars each,in nd vance. points on the Gulf, arriving at ft. Marks,on their way Insolvent Estate Notice. final account aud vouchers to the Judge of Probate

Cur House door in Talaha5ee. the reversionary or will be made. But the ruinous credit system 10abused Januaiy 22, 1859. 4 to Key West on the 18th and lot or 2nd of each State ol Florida > of Leon county, aDd ask to be discharged from bis

interest of of A. M.Oatliu, de in this region and (in this road I cant stand. month, and arriving at St. Marls on their way to County of \ said .

,,. in the negro slaves assigned to &aid Saiah Somebody must pay for UMiig the rOld Suitable PLANTEROOfEL"C. New Orleans on the 15th aud 29lh of each month. ) W. B. HODGSON, Executor uf the last Will administration.SOLOMON SILLS Adm'r, 4c
eelc for Let dower in said estate and their increase deductions made to those running 6 mule the Tiaiu I V' and
0 : Whenever these days come ou Sunday '. Testament of Charles Alligood, late of May 14. lSti9. 20-6m
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4 to-wit: lIar and her child Gus Willis, Ann t emus by the season, when arrangements are rr ale 'rL11LthLtEo 0. will run oc that t'uy to connectEDWARD Leon county, deceased, having filed in the Probate -- ---- -

I and her child Jarvis Fanny and her beforehand. JERE m }Alt: 1!. FISHER, Prvpriclor. HOUSTOUX office of said county, a written suggestion that he be .
i S Children Mary, Gny, Rose and an inr'nl Richards Mill, April 9, 59.. 15 Pre&l. 4' Sup'l.JanuarylIS51. I eves the Estate of the said Charles Alligood to be ALL persons having claims or demands against
J R B. HILTON Special Master. --- -- -- April 9-!!59,__5-ly______ 1 insolvent: Therefore notice is hereby givhn to all Estate of James T. Archer, deceased. late

; Jlly 23. 1S59.__ 3Md( *_ Sewing Machines. SYRUP & PORK _n --- --- persons having chums against said Estate, to appear of Leon county are required to present Ibe same,
': --- --g SCHEDULE OP TRAINSON and file the same with the Judge of Probate of said properIY'll'utheoticded. to Messrs. Papy A Archer

Tax f-\\ ROVER A BAKER'S CELEBRATED FAM THE county on or before the 20th day of September next, my agents and attorneys withia two years from this -
: L virtue of the authority vested in me by law, \ X fly Sewing Machines.: New Style. Price from aBARRELSAND when there will be a pro rata distribution of the date or this notice wiu be plead in bar of their recovery

$ s BY shall sell,(the frt Monday in Dccenber {50 to 1150, extra charges of$5 for hemmers. TheMachines FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. funds of said; Estate amongst the creditors of said ; ADd all persons indebted to said estate are

ip nut before the Cur ( ,1 in the city of T*.l- are strong simple, easy kept in od. Sewa Estate. requested to make immediate payment to my agents

!ee, during hours public outcry the strong ecam. They will do better and sewing cy VVcst SALT. D. W. OWYNN, Judge of rrobate. and attorneys aforesaid.

following lands lying in Leon county near Mannington than a p'nn'etcl ran., ev
-, vii: Th Wi of the N W }. Section 10, Township cent A hour are unquestionably the best Machines PLENTY here. ALSO-coarse or foe Key West July 858-8w ___

1. 2, East, S Noith, containing (>0 acres more or in th market for family *wing, on *ecowitof SALT, at LADD'S, Newport, Fla.Vw. LEAVES FERNANDINA DAILY, "JmOF

Jr, Sold to pay the State and County taxes fur their simplicity durability, rave of mln: cm.mt and 20. 868._|7_ __ (SUNDAYS EXC/1'TEn.) TilE Notice.
.. the years 1854, '5, *6. '7. '8 nd'9.. Owner not known.L. adaptation to all varieties of family ec 1 Months after the first P Jblieatiotr of this no

4 C. DEMILLY. Tax Cvllector.JulrSS. ting either heavy or fine werk with equal facilitt.and ., GuS! Guns Gus! Oli arrival, connecting of Suamer"ronCbartt'S1on at Callahan with Strge and Savannah for F rmers'& Exchange BankOF SIX tbe undersigned will present to the Hon.

1859. 30-tds without special adjut'ment.ffj Judge ef Probate of Leon county, bis fiual account
has now Trader's Hill and Ccntrevillx, Ga. ; at Baldwin with CHARLESTON.CJIGITT .
Scud for Ciri.-ul.ir
a rI"ll and vouchers as administrator on the Estate of John
i Insolvent Estate JuMreL.. W. FOLSOM. Centcrvillc, Fla.k ,the I'\st.ofe. where ho is prtpart Stage! for Tallahassee ; at Tiail Bridge with Stage EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK, NEW W. Townsend deceased late of said county, and ask
17-Cni in the' most 'ollaJan t for Middlebur ; and al Starke with Stages fer New-
otice"1 April 23,1S59. an O AND CHARLESTON I be
rrou\p ORLEANS *
1,, I STATE OF FLORIDA" { make and repair nr.ntville, ti'aiiisvills, Micanopy. Fleiiuugton, and dismissed.LITTLETON M. WHITE Adm'r.1flY .

I County of Lccn. JTETHRO Aromatic Tonic Bitters. CUA&: IUFI.r, GllX LOCKS, Ooala. FOR SALK. 7,1859. 19dmaNotice

BRADI HY, adn.inistratmr j in fart all voile. |taming to a Gun or Lockoinitb. LEAVE Starke t'aily,(Sundays c-xcepted.) on arrival A. DENHAM, Agent. -----,
1 ( fra leT.lute of-Leon county dfceas i r "II ESE Delightful and 1i.vigni-atim: BITTERS I With the above 'tunis be to merit a oi Stages. and connecting at Keruandina with Tallahassee Dec. 1858. 49
4 a1. hating filed the Probate offiee of taid county a I| :1 arc an invaluable article for tli*e afflicted with.Iv.peis.a liberal qualific citizens cxp.el of place and Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, ou Monday, ------- *
patronage T S hereby given that application will be made at
I written siiggcclion that he believes the rttale of the i InOigosUon o I hosa of Apj>etite,and those surrounding th Tuesday, Wednesday and }iday. State Bank of Florida
country. 1. the next session of the Legislature t f Florida for
I sid Iktiuctt IJiahTey 1 L ileh'ent tbcrl'fo nti I wlMt are suffering fl'll Drluiity incident to recovery" f.3N.. I Gun,lot allJI for sale on hand.AUUUSTL'S A. II. COL:', Sup't.Jayl.185S. : At amendment*of the Charters of tbe Pensaoola> Gtor
: is hereby given to all ,>r9u'UIl\'ing claims t I from lidlOI or lassitude attendant in Warm Chmatrs Ii BROWN. } 18
ag.in TALLAHASSEE.SIGHT gin Gulf City & laterior and Tallahassee Rail Road
said ail file the the will find in tbe Aromatic Tonic Bitters val- .
chtate to e
appea santo'iU a humS Sfi. 1S59. 13 --- -- -- --
Also fur Charter fur Railroad frm
Companies. a a
1 of Probate of said ( y. on .r before. 2d lay of uible remedy, bduc and rcuo>atiHg the system I IIILLSRUKOUUII. X. C., Jun'u' 1) RtTGEWS' aU1LDL'G. the Gulf of Mexico. in the County Franklin, to or
next, when there be a rate distribution \khcn rated NOTICE..
I.i January pro
I. 11 in the direction of the Northern of the
of said creditors of *ud 'e fur use the Bottle.Prqared MILITARY ACADEMY.
I .- ettUI11g I. eta 1irhons accompany I EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND State of Florida East of the River Apalacbicola.July .
3 %.. Ji.dgc of Probate.Joly aud .<. bEAhil l i ORLEANS FOR SALE.
eleven 23,1859.
rpHE was years
"" g. 1859. :i1Notice. ) :BARNARD, i r IMlB; Consignees of goods by the I J_ an officer of the South Carolina State Military WM. BAILEY, President/
it DIUItoL au.1pttllt'ry. _I_ Tallahassee t Prosacoh. & Georgia Railroadsis I Acad"mies. For a ciicuiar adJieas W. R. FETTES Cashier. Notice.SIX

April MS59 respectfully called l the following rule: C. C. TEW. Hillsborough, N. C. February 19, 1859, 8 .
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OIX.MontLs after tbe first l'uLtiClon.f this no- Ride 9, of 1itIeha.d: Pen. J at. R. I. T.i. March 12, 189. 11dyExecutor's months after the first poblicatirn of this no
O ice,the cndersi nwl present filial ac- For Sale. of I Teso. tbe undersigned executor of the last WiIP
cash .
payable in on delivery gf.14.and
to the Hon.Judge of Probate of Leon county ., 'rei.Lt.arc aDd testament of Jamen Whitehead deceased willpre..nt
1 c.ol and applv for a discharge as adriui6trator vo the I A GOD TWO hORSE CAR- storage will b chargeJ ou aiticlo 1 lying OUT, I Notice."VTOTICE A MOST 1)E5IUABLE ASSORTMENT OF his Goal account as such executor to the
AND HARNESS after the
4 ruto..inriols: f Probate of Leon and ask to be
EttaU vf David } late<>f raid rwunty fur.J Judge county
.el\el.Jeea. I U to Laving
.! To Z daj s. Lt'rtlJy"t n persons '
Applvto Coni l'el JOHN R WHITEHEAD. Ex'r.Jaae
P. BROKAW. witbl' mid a depot, 6 J.N 1 claims or deouuJs against the estate of David !

JulY SO: 1859. Vfm --- I I Jane 4. 1659. 23 n. 12 9ii K. Hull, deceased, late of Leon Cuuuty. whether as Warranted Growth of 185S! 4,1859. 2S-6m

over 12 14 creditors, legatees, oi distributees to present the
i Notice.SIX
: Notice.PPL1CATION j. i iA This rule will strictly adhered to. ami parties I same to the undersigned Executor within twoyears rpj7g SEED are procured from a cold climate .
Feather Brushes & Dusters b JL and will consequently flourish the better in a weeks after'date shall the Judge
authenticated will Lt apply
A will made to the GeneraAssembly sending for goods are to comply therewith I from this' date, duly ot they
b reu.ste barred sod all those indebicd' to S'tI! estate ale re- waiim-r cue like ours. Probate of Hamilton county tot letters of administration
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the of Florida, at its neat FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS or UM goods cannot b dehnre. ;
o roC.II early or send jrour order, that the Estate of William 8. Br.r..an.Ia&eof
I illlm you may on
ruake tlIAtflr.
fur Bask be sale Sq'L: payment
.sion in Charter a to : just r and for by E (lucetetlto
tIe jrmcti.-s4cirtd. AMES
o"mLlor. ei"e get U C. LEWL. Executor. county.
k-catod ) I MYERS I GORMAN. i. Seidinel soil! Quii >
in : cy pier coj y.Fcbiuaiy
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_ FoIJa. & 8, Ib3?. 2 23 liS9.jf. ZO-fi1r
JuIyT, 18;: 31-Sni February :c, i3V. V I St.(;, U59. V I I June 25, liC9. SG-itu: July ,

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