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: September 10, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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VJOJtssional--- !pastes! (orbs. I A. GA1LIE, ''A GALE IN THE IRISH CHANNEL -r$ appeareJ. :;one-of the oldest ant- best- sea-- -, summit -hov.-n-d' -oxrihencl, and. then, with n I----TUB---LORD-- JKIIO\AII- -Nor- KAOWX.-r-Grant-. .

MEDICAL NOTICE. It was on a sunny day in the winter of < men on board. roar like ten thousand cataracts poured overI' Thortun relates the following ':'anecdote oT

-- I DRY GOODSEnpROVISIONSA.; 18- that we dropped down the Mersey, and The captain stood Inthe man's side a full us. The ship was !swept Iwfoie( it like a feather I Rev. Dr. Webster, :a celebrated] preacher of 'A

Dr. Wm. F. Shine took our leave of Liverpool. Our vessel l was minute without speaking, looking at the wild Ii in a ga'e.' With the waters flashing and |11ho Church of Sco'laud. It Occurred about

.. a new ship of seven hundred tons and waves that, like hungry wolves came troopiug hissing over the decks, and whirling in wild j the 3 ear 1774 : .
trzt* IM rco i ,
> -M she towaids us- eddies under our fcd0, drove in the die Business brought him to !
after London ar-d
one another of her ; one
OFJo'ICE adjoining bat of Pro. Gamble A Betton. GROCERIES IN GENERAL. ) How far areC from the toast ?I" he saidat I tion of the I held breath in '
__ !I S. 1658._ 19-1, white canvass to the Lreeze, I th ught I had cape. my a Wo. 'I day when passing the House of Lords, his
h November 13, 1858. 46 last A. alnvst have '
never seen a more beautiful sight. The strong man might 1l'lllt'd on I curiosity induced I bim to make au effort M
MILES NASH & CO. scene around was lovely, and ins idngo. Innumerable I'erhaps five miles, sir," quiet'y replied\ I (tho extreme point of the promontory. I closed 'I step in and see them. None Were admitted' t t
1 I
FRESH GjDENSE\ DS craft, of all sizes, covered the waters the man.: I my eyes shuddt'ringThl' next instant a hurrah withont an order, except noMerHirTs servants j U

DC.\LERS IN far and near ; here a large merchan'nnn: And we have a long rnn to make: beforeve met my ear. We had shot by the cape, Webster, being ignorant of the rule, rrtjtfrt-I [TJ
get sea room," said the and! miles .f dark ]before. '
DRUGS, i PAIXTS, c-xcwtb.: ; of 1858. moving along like stately swan there captain. ( water wen An old ted adniUtance.! -
I light yacht, flying over the water ;,vitli! the a We shall be in eternity before morning," tar beside me had! given vent to the cheer; I .* What LoU Jo you belong to 't" said the

MEDICINES) 15. OILS I GUM DROPS I Fjx>cd of a swallow; the sunlight danced and answered the man solemnly. and then dressing! me, he said : That was doorkeeper.<< .. ,.

"VI sparkled on the billows! the 'The captain paused: a moment, when he close scraping, sir. Another srtch Would have "To the Lord Jehovah.," r p'ieJ m Webster. .,
fOULD inform tbeir nrndt and the ; receding coastgrt'w
public 'I replied : cracked the hull like an ( ::ht-ll. But I his The Lord Jehovah "
.., T I they have nn hand a p<>o.1 l oitrni.t! off ue OF ALL FLAVORS more picturesque as we left it astern, 'g replied the doorfceep-,
rticle as are geuerallj kept in their hue businen and the blue expanse of the Irish Channel "Our only hope is in the topsail] clews; if I crnft"asn't made to go to D:1Jones', er ; "I ljiave. kept here seven years, but I liavenot ,_
nd will be FOR COUGHS AND they give way, we are indeed lost. God locker!" heard of "
receiving rculaily fresh supplies. TLeiirrrus COLDS stretched away in front until lust in the dim helpus such a Lord. Jack, said bo
shall be rea on:1"le.: Ju-t received at the Darn STOKE of haze of the opposite horizon And! with nil the roolnoss imaginable, betook to his fellow keeper on the front steps Ler"fc:!
TMflahai.seeApriI 9ll. 1853' 14. EDWARD BAIiNARD, JR. Amen !1" I answered involuntarily. I out a huge piece of pigtail a who he
I had been reading below for several hours leisurely I says> belongs to the Lord Jehovah -'
t--A ALLIES TlJllubal'- December 18, 1868. 51 but towards nightfall went on dt-tk Silence now ensued, though none. of us tuiated: off a bit, and began chewing with as I ; d j yon know such a Lord !" 'p
: ; ngain.- .
How I started at the changed our positions. For myself, I was I much cc'npi'Siirc! as if nothing unusual had Never heard of him." said Jack.
change It
ill receipt; of a Urge and "selected stock of Wm E. Anderson was yet an, ('cupied.thinking of the female happened. I "
.1. STAPLE and 1 FANCY (JOODS) hourto sunset! but the god of day was already passengers;; I But, said Webster, (willing t lo keep up 4
AUornry at Law and Solicitor soon perhaps, to he the of the wild A when in New York I the illusion ltthere such "
in ,
fij>riit4 auj fMtiMHtrr J!.nJy JfaJe Clolhittg, Chanrery, bidden in a thick bank of clouds that lay 1 prey wa.ters. year ago met the ,) a Loid.
stretched At last, after half an hour of suspense, captain: again, at the Astor House We dined Pass 'em in,** Jack I it's
hats and ('<'],*. J>lt and '\'iotl, FamilyCrorrrif MAUIANNA FLORIDA. ominously along the western sea I heard the ; 'poS(! some!
board. The wind had surf breaking with a noise like together, when I took occasion t'd aik hurt if pbor Scotch Lord.!'
*, \lI'tHtl, JtfamKtr, dc., d'C. TTflLL atlcbd with fidelity mid ompthe 8 toT increased to a smart I thunder the bound
AprilZO.1S59. 18 T any business entrusted to his care in the Circuit gale, and was laden with moisture The billows on irdn coast to the east. he remembered our winter's experience in the This occurred at a period when ndt due I Iv

.:"_ __ __ ____ Courts of Franklin Washington aud Jackson, increased in size minute and ward. Again and again I listened, and each Irish Channel ten years before. twenty of all the manufacturing and rural
in the Supreme Court at Marianna and the United every were time the awful sound became more distinct .. Ay," he said and do know I districts in
E. IJAItNAItI H) Jr.. whitening with foam far and near. Occasionally ; you that, | England could.read the Bible 'or
States District Courts
Apnladiiccla and Tallahassee. I did not mention
fears however when I
for I lill -.cut out to write his
as a roller struck the ship's bows shower my f Liverpool on my next own name Sabbath S$chotils wet;
WILL COM'IME; TilE March 26, 1859. 13-Cm of spray would dash over the forecastle a and thought I might be mistaken. Suddenly the trip, I heard: that search had been made all introduced in 1783. Now the people are'intelligent

RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS --- sometimes shoot even into the captain looked up. "Hark !" lIe ?aid.- along the coast for fragments of our ship.- and happy, and can not only rpad

AT TJ1B: OLD liT.UD. MON OTTO LANGE occasions!! a melancholy foreboding top ; on sound those Ho stood with his finger raised, in the altitude I The escape was considered miraculous.! and write,but know who the "Lord Jehovah"

like the : of of one listening intently, his eyes fixed on the Sir" I replied, I've had enough of the is.
gioan some huge animal
WATCH in pain, face of the old sailor. Irish Channel !" -
'ii MAKER I issued from the thousand -
OF of
THE MOITAF1 the tessel. "
It is the
I sound of breakers, said the sea- Co>JESSIONS OK IYFIDELITF."Icn *'
Already, in anticipation of the ,
I And Jeweler I coming tempest man.
sail had been taken in, and l\hRRIAa OF E.\ctisii rnl CEss-"Give I says Hume "affiighted and corifoundetsithi ,
Corneof Clinton and Monroe stifcetfTallahassee. MOJ TICELLo, FL47"OULD now heading towards the we were Breakers dn)ho lee-quarter} !" cried the me neither riches nor said the solitude. in which I am placed by my
19, 1850. S Irish: under poverty A wist?
-January- I \ rfpectfully] infonn the citizens of Mid. I closely! reeled coast look-out at this instant, his hoarse voice sound. and good man. The unfortunate character philosophy. When I look abroad, ou every
\ \ dIe and East Floi!i.l.! tLat he topsail*, Cour-cs, a spankerand
R. H. BERRY, occasional visits tliongli these .eetk.ns designs of country making for I jilt. ing ominously across the night. I of ihe marriages of most princesses, the very t I side I sec dispute, contradiction, distraction.:: :

Auctioneer and Commission; the purpose) of (ioing any noik in the above ,. A rough night in prospect, Jack," I said, "Breakers. on the lee-beam !" answeredanother. persons who might be supposed lo have the I but\\lien I turn my eye inward, I find nothing

MERCHANT.ALLAHAtME that DIllY be cntiu'-ted to l.i-i care.: line'l addressing an old tar beside me. greatest chances of happiness, is one out of I doubt and ignorance. W here am I tor
ALSO Breakers on the lee-bow !" echoed a of the whit am I ? From what cause do I derive
You many proofs
well l deep
Fla., Sept *'.'. R55.. 39 __ : .may _say that, sir, ho replied. third. knowledge of life exigence
-- A fine Lot of Jewelry which I will cell at the lowest i,' .. It's- bad on the rSorway coast in December imbodied in that savin. I my I am confounded with mira' ,_
-- I
-- *'it.!e prices. All eyes peered immediately into lie( dark lions. begin to fancy in-
po myself
Especially a mrfct
men: A. roRLcr, I and bad going into Sandy Hook in EnglUll princesses, as we
Tlif 1.st lirfcrtvrr tfirrn a snowstorm ness. A long line of foam I I deplorable condition
if required. but both was plainly visible, are reminded by the late environed with darkness
i are : marriage of the
nothng to
ArnI3o.11\59.\ 18-1 a gale In the "
Attorney at Law, | channel here" he added, as a sudden whirl "skirting quite round the horizon to leeward. I Princess Royal been unlucky in their nialrimonal on every side Voltaire says : The world

Tu.i.\u\1 !-"nK, I'n.January Dwelling House for Sale.tIHR of the tempest covered us with God have mercy on our souls !r' I involuntarily eonhection. More particulaaly i is abounds with wonders!, and als spray.
17, 1J:57.! 3-ly I wish we had ejaculated. I this true of the princesses of tho house of In man is more wretchedness than in all other
--- -- JL SUBSCRIBER offers for sale! onj> more sea room, said I The captain sprang to the wheel, his cyO! II ano\"t'r. To go back to Sophia animals put together." How did he judge uf
musingly. ,
terms easy to i a purchaser his house and fjfijffl flashing, Ins whole frame dilated for ho had daughterof it t By his heart. "
John B. Whitehurst own lie adds
; First Man
George who :
Jolla in Bel-Air. Aptily" to the nder'! {nerl, H Ah IM give the wag of the if married the first Will
froyago taken
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW or to W. K. ('ard. JohN B .um. we had. How happy you all seemed i in, thecabin a sudden and desperate resolution.lie .- I lain Frederick of Prussia she, poor thing! loves life, yet lIe knows he must die; spends 0
saw that, if effort made his existence hi
Marclj 5 no should the
1859. 10-tf was we was almost' daily beaten diffusing miseries I.e has
sir the by
ladies husband
MAUIANNA: ..\. -- ---- especially, an hour or be among the breakers in minutes a surn.red.acutting the throats
of his
two I twenty ; man whose brutality amocncd! almost] fellow-
"\ %TILL practic in the Circiut Omits of Jaclson.T : POST & :MEL ago; suppose it was because wo were but if tho mainsail could be ser and made: to Once she to in features for pay-cheating and being cheat
home. Ah little sanity. was nearly killed him
T Djibouti Washington and Holmes (-oulltit',. going did any of us think, hold for half hour by ed. Tho bulk of "
an we might There mankird
and pay special atteuti'm to cullectilt COMMISSION he added, rtith a seriousness and in langlllge: escape., with her daughter; and often was in imminent be continues,
Ko\rubcr7, 1858. 4-ty MERCHANTS uncommon for a sailor, that were nine c hances to one that the sail would fear of life. He denied! her sometimes I I I are nothing more than a crowd wretches,
we might be split the instant it was spread, and in less equally criminal unfortunate.
-- -- 61 I'oytlrn Street bound to another and a last home which a. even the common necesaries of life. She equally I wish
Benj. F. Young, I N"EV'V OR.LE.A.1VS. should behold first." we terrible emergency he, would have shrunk from : used to say. sarcastically: in her old a t' I I had never been born." Hear what St Paul
the experiment, but it was now our only hope. that the says : I have fought the good fight", I I.a'r"
kind words he addressed'to
JJ3.ll'l): : { Mt "JJ! I -4.-- At this moment the *.. only ever
iW4 Captain shouted
I : shouted.p\ I Mpr". AH I" .ur : keep her well her were, Sophia, and finished m) course, I have kepi Ihti faith.<. *
REFER TO get up die !
shorten see
ANh I sail. amUnr to me
to'haWsaid 43IJds set lie "
WW?/fV'ght main course. Henceforth, there i h laid up for me!
.. .. The a crown
L..rT< lu aVITTILL Messrs.. J'lri/JU nr.i: .. J. triJy; -n II !lad! I been, laid close to mo '' in oraer u gnpejv.5\ wet sronr( hn4.wt q/. 5!,.. .:. eldesUlaughter. of George: the_Second pfriiititpmiam u.I.;*..lwkIJ tU ":-La-: -
"\\ practice in the Courts of the Ka: !'tern Cir Denharn & Palmer Muntict-llo, to claw off the English coast, to which we to the windlass, notwithstanding the pale. A to: take tho deformed Prince of Orange because _
I T cult wf Florida aud the Jo'eJel al Court "
Beard A Denhaun, St Marks,
\ were in dangerous proximity.! As the gale portion ol the crew sprung to man this important I he was the only Protestant Prince in TKARS A MARK OK OWEK.-11af're is ft
(OJTICB AlOAIN8VlU.S:, ALACUUAjPEXXctS (!()C3n.) Mr. James Filor, Key West
Messrs. McNanght d. Ormond, Atlanta, Geo. increased, the heavy press of canvass forced rope ; the remainder hurried np the Europe of suitable age. Her father expos- sacredness in tears. They are not the maik *

: .. J. N. MrKinnoo A: Co, Tbomasvflle, her down into the water and she straggled I rigging disappearing in the gloom overhead.In tulated with her on the malformation of her of weakness, but of f power. They are m>3- .

CAIT.. J..T.D.J. AiKtx IA.TAS, 1COL. V Cliarletton, S. C. August 14, 1858. 33-ly and groaned frightfully. While the crow less than a minute the huge sail fell from proposed hriJeo"room.Vere he a Dutch sages of overwhelming grief, of deep ctmtii

}'&\.F.1t .t: Tu iir"*<>:x. ) ---- -- were at work, I walked forward. The billows the yard. !, like a gigantic: puff of white smoke baboon she answered, tired out with her tion,of unspeakable! love. If there were vrail-

Vs. J nT.,; S. JOVEH! Tall&Jiait, Fla. HOGUE & AMAKER7 now increased gigantic size, came blown from the top. I It struggled and whipped position at home, I would marry him."- ting any argument to prove that man wafl

June ;5.'S7. 23WILLIAM ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS rolling down upon us, one after ano'her! with terribly, but the good ropes held fast. It was the custom of that coarse age for a not mortal:I would look for it in the strong

---- such rapidity: that our good craft could scarcely Brace up the yard-haul out the bowline bride and groom, on the nuptial evening, to convulsive emotion of the beast when the

SCOTT, A.T :tA.w, I recover from one before another was upon !r' shouted the captain.; sit up in bed in costly night-dresses, to receive soul f has been agitated, when the fountains Of

AinrOJlM AT LAW, ITA\'formed: a co-partnership in the practice: of I her. Ay, ny, sir !" and it was ilone.'I the compliments of their friends. On feeling arc rising: and when tears are gushing -

MON'TICELLO.FLA.' Law, and will attend to any professional business Haul aft !" occasion the and I forth in strc rt1L Oh! not
Each time she struck a head-sea, she would this !! as! royal family nobility crjstal speak

Jjly 80.1853. SO tljan: .entrusted P. 11OGLE:to.their. .carp.D. .... PERRY AMAKER. stagger an instant, quivering In every timber, haul aft!" defiled past the Prince nod Princess, who harshly of tile stricken one weeping in silence !fBfuak t
- -- --- Miy 1. L858. 18 while tho crest of the shattered wave would The men ran off with the line, and the i immense were magnificent in lace and silver, the Queen, I Hot the solemnity by rude hughter or

M. 1'. I'AI'V. Itrcil .AIICHERPAPY - --- ---- sheet came to its place. This was the mother declared I i instructive not woman's
bride's that
_u ___ -- -- shoot to the foretoplike the jet of a fountain ; the OWII when footsteps. Despise
& ARCHER FIRE INSURANCE. then, the vast surge sinking away beneathher critical moment. The ship feeling tho addi. she looked at the bridegroom from behind he tears ; they are what make her an angel.-

--0--- she would sink groaning into tho troughof tional propulsion made a headlong! plunge, I seemed to have no head, and when she looked Scoff not if the stern heart of manhood is

A,11orn.oya; ; : a1; La"ti'V' HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COXPm.PCLV.V the sea, until another billow lifted her, held my breath. 1 expected nothing less thanto I I at him in front she could not. for the life sometimes melted into sympathetic tea.sfi[;

T.LL.HAS.'F.Jn.ofllD.) .\. another surge thundered against her bows, see the heavy duck blown (torn the yard t of her, tell where his legs were. ,W BIrdIe or they are what help to elevate him above tho

July 9. 1859. 28 INSURANCE COMPANY, and another shower of spray flew over her. like a gossamer, but the strong fabric held Henry, we forget which, records the anec brute. I love to see tears affection. TWy

OF HATITrORD, COXX. Now and then when a J&rgervave than usual fast, though straining awfully. dote. The Princess lived (to" -egret her maiden are painful tokens,but still most holy. There

FLOYD & HOLLAND7Attorneys .\rfgatc fapilal, $100,000,000 00. was seen approaching, the cry Held on all !" "She comes up, don't she ?" interrogatedthe : condition at her father's court, even with I is pleasure in tears, an awful pleasure. If

at Law. M. P. ELLIS Agent rang warningly] across the decks. At such Captain of the man at the holm.: all the neglect that attended: it. there were none on earth to shed tears forme,

Tallahassee! Dec. 4, 1853. 49 times Ihe vast billow would approach its Ay, ny, sir-she does." Another daughter of George the Second I should be loth to live ; and if no one* might
practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle --- -- - --------- How much ?" Two points sir !" of Hesse I I could die in
WILL bead towering in the gathering twilight until I married the Landgrave the same weep over my grave, never
West Florida, and in the Court
f the State. Also in the Di-trlet Court of the Urn it threatened to engulf us ; but, just when all If she holds for half an hour, "ejaculatedthe who afterwards sold his soldiers to England, peace.-Dr. Johnson.

ed States,in the Northern District of Florida. -0-- seemed over, our gallant ship would spring captain, we may yet be safe. in order to assist in conquering these colonies.He t-

R.J. FLOYD. Office ApalacLicoIa. Fla. Dr. T. Hayward Willis. forward to meet it, like a horse started by the On rushed the noblo ship, seeming to know was so brutal that his wife at last had to TALENTS NO J'JZOTECTION.-Were: they *V

.D. P. HOLLAN'D, Office Quiucv., Fla. located in Jefferson half and the mountain of water would break how much depended on her. She met the desert him and seek refuge In her native coun Bacon would never bate! taken A b'llbe nor
Dec.!!, 1856. 61 HAVING county one spur billows, she rose above them, she struggled married would Dood have committed forgery ; Voj-
around A third the King of Denmark
--- --- --- the rear of Mrs. Braden'.on St. Augustine over and us hissing, roaring, and try. ,
L. road, offers his Professional services to the surrounding flashing by, and then sinking into the perseveringly forward. In five minutes the who abused her shamefully, openly insulting sire might have been another Luther; David
Henry Rutgers, country. bottomless gulf beneath us. Mean- breakers were visibly receding. But hope her in the presence of an unprincipled woman, Hume another Matthew Hale; and Satan himself

COMMISSION MERCHANT January 8. 1S59. 2 while the decks were resounding with the had been given only to delude us. Suddenly who shared what he had of affection. She might yet be in the canopy of Heaven, *

I heard a crack, sharper than an explosion of an orb of the first magnitude. Indeed, ,high
died of broken heart of
tread of the sailors, as they hurried to and partly a partly a
... fro, in obedience to the captain's orders ; thunder, and simultaneously the course par- cruel disease, at tho early age of twenty sev talent, unless early cultivated as that of Moses -. .
of blocks ted from its fastening, and sailed away to The melancholly of the Princess and Milton, and Baxter and Edwards, .
T IBERAL adrancp made on Cotton or Tobacco CONPANYOF while the rattling the shouts of en. story
JL< consigned! to hi" friend in New York. command, and the quick replies of the seamen leeward like a white cloud driven down the Charlotte only child of George the Fourth, and WeUey, and Robert Hall, is the most

SIGHT CHECKS OX NEW YOm FOR SALE, HARTFORD.Incorporated rose! above the bowlings of the storm. gale. is of so late a date that it is familiar to all.- restive under moral restraints; is the"most
It A of horror rose from all. It is allover fearless ia exposing itself to temptation ; is the
cry Her ho'evt.'r.39 unfortunate
/,. amounti to KMtt pxrcltitffr*. Let the bowlines, cried the s'entorian' marriage, on-
March 12. 1859. 11 in 1S19.-Charter Perpetual voice of go the captain, ease off the tackhaulon ," I cried ; and I looked around for a lv in its early and fatal termination ; for, wnile-' most ready to lay itself on the lap of Dellltb,

-- --- --0-- the weather braces." plank intending to lash myself to it, in anticipation she lived, the conduct of her husband, we believe trusting in the lock of strength. And alas!
E. C. Cabell CASH C.APITAL-SIOOO.ooo. of the moment for striking. When blameless.) like Samson, how often it is found blind and
Away went the huge sail, in obedience to was
..A..1'torn.oy; : a1; Lw the order. the course went overboard the head of the Not as a Princess, tut as A young and innocent grinding the prison house/when it might .

1XSCRK AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BT FIX:, ship went off immediately ; and now the wild girl. of whom every one speaks well, be wielding the hlghttst political power, or .
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ONTKP.M8 AOAFTKUTO THK HAZARD, II ERse off the sheet-haul up to leeward!I" breakers tumbled and roared closer at hand the bride ought to have the wishes of civilizing and evangelizing tbe nations !--Dr.
worked redoubled
The with
January 8, 1859. 2 I I1VILLI.UI crew energy.and ,
OF COMPENSATION.B. _hH the immense courses stowed each moment. everyone, at least those of her own sex, in Murray. _ _
soon were
S. DILWORTII, C. LEWIS, Agent, Suddenly the captain seized my arm, for I favor of a happier lot than fell to her prede A visitor into free school
In A few moments the ship's canvass going a ,during
For Tallahasse and vicinity. away. we were holding on almost side by !side.I. .- In however Prussian
Attorney and Counsellor at Law August!!, 1857. 33 was reduced to reefed topsails spanker and Ha!T' he cried. is not that dark water cessor. every reaped the half-yeaily examination noticed tvofioe-
have been unfortunate both for '
marriages of whom bad taken the fit .
-- foreto. mast staysail.! By this time evening looking boys, one ll
yonder!1" and he pointed across our lee bow.I .
MOXTICELLO FLORIDA. McClellan Egnlish and Prussian Princesses. The gloomy and the other the second. Said the
& had the
Yonge set in, though long twilight of that prize
looked in the direction 'o which he re-
practice iD the Courts of the Middle Cir latitude prolonged a sickly radiance. day on which the late bKde; l left London-for teacher: '. The boy who took the first prize*
"TIT.T. .andThotn..* and Lowndes County,Ga ua.ttorxi.oyj3; : rtt; Hictx r-, ferred. Unless my eyes deceived me, the it was snowing heavily-has been eitwl( a is the of the who wood tbe
m.- saws
son n
But this contraction of sail my
even was not line of breakers came to an abrupt termination -
).Ierch22.1836.: : 12-ly: raAcncc: IN ALL 'TOK cottis or vrtn FLOKIDA. long bad omen. But the belief in omens, luckily who took the second is the SOrt of th
__n __ sufficient. The thick duck tugged at the there as if the shore curved inwardsat boy *
J. M.lJALLAWAY On'ICE'T PEXSAl'OL.AD. MARIANNA. yards as: if it would snap them in two. Every that point *' You are right ; there is a ] ,is past governor of( oar State." .
C. C. TONGK, 1'11..1. F. ilcCLELLAN: lrarl...... "
lad said traveler to JiuLj boy
moment I expected to see the spanker go. deep bay ahead, I cried joyfully. Look My a a
GROCER; & COMMISSION AICRCIIAXT, January 8, 1659. t .. We must take in that sail," said the cap-: -you can see the surf whitening around the EARLY TRASSLATIOTfS OF THE BlIILE. whom] be met clothed iu pant and small
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Two DOORS non: AXES .t LIVELY.CONSTANTLY Ellis & Co. lain, or she will tear herself to pieces." cape." The translation of the Bible into English was Jacket but without a very Bec'egsary article

/ on hand and rcciivipg! fres'i sup Orlopp All hands in with the spanker !" commenced at an early period. King Alfred apparel, my lad, where I i. your shirt!''

Vy plies of provisions aDd Family Groceries. Iso WHOLESALE DEALERS VH' In an instant the men were strangling with The whole crew simultaneously detected .. the Truth,teller! ," as be was called, Commenced .. Ma 1mYI washing it." have voq no

pains spared in selecting good to fill orders fioin the huge sheet and never before had I beenso this new chance of escape. Though unableto the work about the year 730. Adel other!tOO No < her r' exclaimed the orchrn,
the country, and at the lowe to as was translated the Psalms Into Saxon in "
709. would! hate
produce and all other goods confifned to me for GUNS, PiSTOLS $c.t 4-c. forcibly impressed with the power and use that could clear the mus I in surprise, IOU want boy to
sale will receive prompt attention. The citizens of of discipline. In an incredibly short time, a prospect : we promontory. Other parts were done by Edfrid,or Ebert: I a the otand shirts t*
Tallahassee aud rl'spet'tfulI11WIicit to No. 217 Pearl-Street New York. the sail Accordingly the next few minutes were 750 the whole by Bedf. la 1357 Trevwa .. a"
vicinity are ROBERT ELLI gigantic notwithstanding its at rug. ; Speaking Shaving! ukl pretty girlto
call examine and price my goods before purchasing I MAX A. ORLOPP JK. gling,was got under control and safely stowed. I passed in breathless suspense. Not a word published the whole in English. Tlndall's I an obdurate old bachelor! "I should Ibink

eleLcr: to the Every purchaser.article warranted to be as represented THOMAS P. ELLIS. The ship now labored less for a while) but, was spoken on board. Every eye was fixedon translation appeared In 1534, was revised and that a pair' of handsome! eyes irould be

April 16. '39. 1C January 22,1859. 4 as the storm increased, she groaod and Struggled that rocky headland, around which the altered in"1538, published Wltb-tf preface ofCranmer' the best mirror to shave by." Yes, many .
boiled in the vortex of maelstrom.
waters as a in 1549 and allowed]! to be read
before. has shaved
as fellow! been
by Jh"em.h
A. J.: PEEW'S-; The ship seemed conscious of the general a poor
Nathaniel Hamlen The captain did not satisfied with in Churches. In 1551 another translationwas replied. .
and I
feeling struggled, thought more desperately '
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE COMMISSION MERCHANT, taking in the spanker ; indeed, all feared that than, ever. She breasted the huge billows published, which; being revised by sev- .. Wife," said a lyranieal hnsbiwi'to 1i.?

TALLADASSE FLORIDA.TT7ILL No. 39 1'oydra8tNew Orleans. the ship could not carry what Bail was left. I I with gallant perseverance, and though I era] Bishops In 15(59.( .was In printed 1013 a with new their translation alternatfoas much abused consort, ** I wish jron t*, make

Practice in the Circuit Courtof Gadsden, Accordingly] he ordered the topuila to be each one eetjter closer to the shore', she met me a pair ofa .bojomr.** .** f-shotUd think,"
V Y Leon, W.kullaJeReraoD and MadilO'fand -0- close reefed; yet even after this the Tessl the next \9'a9fith the same stubborn resolu was published by authority, which is that in replied abe,'. that one bosom.AS fake as yoursis '
attend promptly to the collection of notea aud accounts REFERS TOGen.ILJt.Sbine.- tore the like present use., There was not any translationof "
through waters
a race drifted would be sufficient Kit husband in
borse'-I tion. Nearer, nearer, nearer we toward *
an any of raid Counties. F..x.Gov.Jam E. 1roowe t Tallahassee FI.. The wind had it into the Irish language till 1C85. The '
tT Office in the Capitol,opposite the door! of the f now to the fatal cpo. I could now almost Pope did not give his permission for the trans brown study.A .

Attorney' Central (>ffi(' A. B. Noyse, Esq. t ewrort, FLa. hurricane. It shrieked, roared and howledaround I I, fling a biscuit into the breakers. lation of it into language till 1759. gentleman asktil a.rgro if he would not

Feb. 27,1858.:\ 9-1 f_ __ ______ u_ __ It M. Spmeer. Eq.J..bu .. r FixGen. as if tea thousand fiends were abroad I.I I bad noticed a gigantic roller coming for any have a pinch of so QLt; 'No.' replied the d3*..
J. Quincy the blast.
SnHliu 4
? on -
had clear the
but hoped might
some time, wo key respertfulryv'uietankyoPomp's nose
Jefferson' Fla.J.
Wm. county
FIRE INSURANCE 0 Putnam Bailey EM., Madison Fla.Augustus In moments of extreme peril strong natures cape before it reached us. I now saw the An lri.hman.'going to be hanged, begged not hungry." '

STATE FIRE 1W! 31RIXE 1.WR1XCE CO. Steele 1 E q. Cedar Keys Fla. gather together if by some secret hope was in vain. Towering: and towering that the rope might be tied under his A frmer'chargoda-birsd : 1
Daniel Bell, Esq., U miltoo county, 71.. instinct. It was from this reason that the the huge wave approached its dark side almost arms instead of round his throat '(or,* said man wkLav'eg:_

rK.NNSVLVANIA.:: Ed. Remingten, Ea4i.. t TbomuviUe, Oeo. captain suddenly found himself near the old a perpendicular wall of waters. Pal, 'I 1 "m M remarkable ticklish in the throat on ofimstv: breath. Taondcr and rignUifng" '

INSURE against loss by Fire on the usual: termsF. Ed.SeIXU... F.IICo!:, r top man, with whom I had en'conversing .. Hold all!" Ihnndred the;capt.\in. that if tied there I'll certainly kill myself with sail ihe employee, 't'o-you expert'inao r*
U. FLAOO, Agent Jack J.Mitrsh Esq., Duncanrille, Gco. on, JrHtM'm8k rose foi.s'x'dolUn aojan&?? >
Tallaliasscc. Doccmbcr IS, 165S. 61 Nov. 20, 1853. 47 in the Mr'y! part of the evening, aud who, it Down it Omc':; For an instant its vaa t laughter. "l *

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Seminary.We di.qualiCation. next f fin ,
I that
: ghriian.onvuai. take pleasure in laying btforb our readers tire The .Jhdleial Contro's-ersy." I of necwsary to the pel formance of his Jadge upon the Bench announces the BY TELEGRAPH
B. an-1 calls :
Epirous-Tine king if order, is the cnse of/s. upon
wise .
: brelleem.
following letter from Mr. Turnir. It manifests the I )1:861' i duty on the I ecch, conclusively dialle the aflle-: f -

"- .. I real with whkh he has curm-d'on the discharge of to have once had a client, or rather, 1'lrhap.supposed ted party. I\11 law did cot conteirpUtc a ease Attornieeln the case to know i they ere ready 'r LATER FROM EU ROPE.

:: TALLAnAsE : hit duties. By his contract with the Board of Ed- 1 tie cue ore.t(whom even le give like this:if the contingency} of one ff tine Justice trial "
J 4 lucid and than the following I The Attorney of A. (qui"klJ-U) Ready sir. Attorney
.; J I '.. *1i. ;. action he is-to receive tVo thousand dul/r and no mor 6tbfeLut.aJice basing teen judge or CI'lln51 in the Court below i ARRIVAL v Jf55S O}' THUFjETUTt .
;i. )i -.ATtItDAyJtPTEi'1flEfl 10, IS50.tF" lh. tuition feec for teaching the male department :-"Au.w ra fool according to his folly., I i is the oi>ly one for which i intended to provide, of B.-" will answer in 1 few mintutes-" !

r i ; .. he .( at his own expense such ctmpetent Itt he be, 'il in his own conceit ; Answer not would not this Innp-uage be fTe"et.t; ? 'fine 4th ; wishes to I e'f Iris witn* -<'s.are. in ntendnnrt.
;i mpoin his lest thou also Ic like unto Hi client 11 him to announce ready and con n I i .. C C ;
to ,
1 TICKE.- Ticket*ruml.hed: t order ui'btt teachers, Utt than tux, an the interests according folly section of the act ilrclrrea that one i>f the Justices j urges .
: Trio ti pttti\nni. rnelhl.dedmrllun fora prater uf th.aMhool: may"v front time tit demand, and him." Now, Mtwsr Editors Lr be it from me to I to ,'i (1In1-f ".1 not ,1-err And .1.1 t--rndne: bUch a I w ith the the triaL. But says his attorney .Are 1--- .
quaotirWhea _1.4 th'y wIUi.. dUuibatcil |>7 uall t fuoL I would not be Co rude bat I| v.itr.LS' are here T' .Oh, J;*'" POINT. S.-T.e!
I' : a sure : Sept. .
oiWru*. Term pa}ing also all ineideutal expenses, tc. He has cal any m'i cau'I n.eat, if this be the only I cast you your ISteanJ.ir'.a; ,
; i: ft 0 commenced.by employing gb,,,competent assistants i really the rliionian.gultlt* of some persons plated ,'ou1 not the 5th section simply conLCIT'-1 Att'y of IiI insist .:liavina: them called-I" : .from Smtliauitou, August 2-lth, wa" t.\lilrJ! uff

;::. I t"-TW;writer ID to-day'* fJoridia* Wild upon the supposition that one hundred pupils will in regard rit demeit of the several rnKlifftt that. H mud an event a Circuit! Judge wis'n to see the witnesses here in the Court House. i Cape.race to-day ly the yachts of tit* .\ Id"ltdI'
I -. candidates for the office of Chief Justice of tie Su vtiAiVI be called in? tucli The; witnesses fail to r. j Prcs .
this ciHi.prehcn 1 \
let- Why use
: "ig.tvvs i pen. Red I lii* go to the school and he l.ge himself in I'
I t..lunkaton Court, to him who would review or word duuibledT' ofB.-f' Mr. have il.peenas for the ( Livrryoot COTTOS .r\IXET.-a..tton
.i"t tee to employ an additional teacher for each additional prel present a* !'1 any tattle-disqualified or Att'y Ct.rk. wu.1LIU. ard
', .... M". rnt.a School. twenty.fv pupil over one hundred. We reply to them a caw of a serious difficulty A that Can common sense give any other answer than that witnesses Defendant been issued the! market generally uncu.n! i J. SaUs fur. three
Thii ettituable laJy a SclictScSocl contemplated Solomon the Wife. For instance Clerk (turning his docket)-" Yes, Sir." I days 17IXH bulc. Susnset-ireulaa
: purpe\ open are unable to say ti w/nat> extent tin military system by the provision was des'gn t meet any and every t j I ray that there
on the I8thint next. Sec I her aJ may be adopted here but we are advised thntwherever when .Civis," of the Madison Messenger cocfouads case which might by any means ari.. in which an Att'y of B.-".Mr.Sheriff,Lave they been served wa a decline principally vn inferior qualitie-

", tenlfzent that system hat tc,n fairly tried it has the innocent with the guilty, and insists on holding organization o the Court., in the manner intended I Sheriff" Xo, Sir,the Defefeudant told me it was I Prices were easier but quotation \Ild.ar.g..t

t )frLG.. taught in the Female Department of the proved eminently successful. We presume its introduction II Judge DuPont responsible r"1 that in which he cot by the net, with three Justices. on the {Iel. could on necessary."

,I:t btate SerMcaty a portion of Ittt year. A* teach here will! be very gradual and only KO only had no share but to which his winnie course not be effected without tome Mch Itu'i.m T The Att'y of..-" What my client told'you he did RUMORED INDEPENDENCE OF SOXCR.V,

i 4 ; er the .ttund deservedly! high excelling most 5ortractors much of itatatimeatcirctiniftanccstnay render.ex I has been notoriously opposed what can you say 7YvU only quiry that remain then i., 'was Judge Tear not want his own "iuec served ?" ST. Locis. Sl'pt.Ad"i -el from Arizona ha,e

\'.' J her MX in the Department of Muuc. pedient. may tell him he i mistaken, but if a man cou't sons .disabled" from attending the term ,.f the Court Sheriff" Yes, sir such was hi, instruction ; been received here, that state that Sonora and Chihuahua -

French Painting and Embroidery. With a experience In conclusion we beg leave to lY to our peopleof i II'II'Be the difference between white and black, i it at Tallahassee in January last t Hi: letter to the The Att'y)of n(turning to the Court with honest j are about to declare their independence_

( twenty-one year .!ie is In a position togive every sect and deuowiuation: come. up and help 1 waste of word. to discuss colors with hiti? Chief Justice of 28th Dee 1858, affirm thi' The indignation beaming from every lineament, of l 13 I General POHIUETA at their head. There las beena

perfect satisfaction t pupils committed to her us. We have seen enough Mr. Turner to know And if "Cifh" IN nut know when he "'1 writing_ statements of this letter the Chief. Justice :f'de.to face, and strongly marked in his every action-and largo amount ammunition and arm IrteFv! xcceivcd

V .1 Tire. We bop she will be liberally patronized. that he is a first clan teacher o and tie believe with I his article, that, the whole oIitona, a mistake eo disbelieve. And yet the author of a coinmunica- burning in every word,) said, .May it please your I ,nnd the arm La* Len increased) to three

: i t him tI.1 if our citizens generally will only I'ie a for a Judge DuPoct was concerned, can you convince I tinn signed "Jefferson," (who is said to 1 lie Judge Honor, I ,1lire my name stricken from the .ef.nce. thousand.

The Anttror 3Iadl on. hearty co-operation in this good work .Florida him of it T .Ci"is' conclusion, stated in Bnltzell himself, and whih Ilelr 14 do.not deny I do not fully to.crstln. the mantrurrriuy! in this I ____

.I T Qoincy Republic pub1abe a communication will not be dependent on other States fur the instruction connection \vith the facts in the case, would nuke : ,) admits that at the Jackeon\il] .term in February mater; but I feel that there, Inns been an attempt THE GOVERNMENT AND ISLAND OF SAX

t- .' 1 which the aothonhipof"Madiioa" is ascribed of her con:" an argument running somewhat thus-''TheSupi when Judge Pearson took his scat uj wi the to gain my assistance to carry out senile dirty 1'ork. JUAN.WAsnisorov.Sept .

Judge Dup.nt We denied tbi report last week BtAVtB PA., 2th 1859.D. 'eme Court of Florida presents a ridiculous and bench, lie was still tmable to we or real We male and I therefore throw up the cue with scon enj I 4.It i il understood mere ti,at

and bow call upon the editor of that paper t correct W.LEU. Esq. Aunet humiliating spectacle -i* disgraced in the eyes of fn'l Jefferson the following extract : contempt" I our Government will make no coniproenice! iu r<- ,tr.l

4 .. his er.pnft Th name of the author I S ffttielent Hoard of Education: our sister Stale, and degraded and despised in the He says. his sight ws *o far improved as to From the Judge on the Bench and the member. I to the Inland of San Juan, beli'iinijly unNiui\\lcat ,

j at the I"ic"CnJ person-conceiving Lbne1 in- Mr DEAR Si*-I take greet pleasure in informing fight of our (.win people." Judge DuPout has not i I enable to'take his s,nt on the Beiuh at the t.r in of the Bar. to the humblest individual the lobby I I the proj'erty of the United State
; joreJ by bit on the Jack onilkYes,just that far impi-or'-l, and no tie to the collusion, there a
T ) pro ne compliance wit yon that I have, this comjiVfc ny arrangements contributed in the emalleat. degree to this result farther: Tlniaspsnnity he hud at nil luue>, and except parties 8 ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL.
tIes in such nuder the DeW contract with the Board of contrary every fling seven lust ; he was able to get on lit 1.1\1.; butability Sept. Overland Mail readied
Education. position required or enabled him t, do to preventit to read nnd examine the law.. tontrustaDd of the high-minded integrity of the Attorney of here to-day; it bring date to the 12th ult. from

a County Comnilcalonera. Having vizlted several institutions, organized a* ; therefore he is fully responsible for it. .and has compare nnthoriliec, to naster cae by examination : B To the people Oadsden: Countyit i* unnecessary San Francisco.Gov. .
We have received the from F. R.Gotten. of the record, to write and read ,
following ncte or opinions to who this wa But the
violated all rules of 'and propriety and out- ny Attorney a .
military schools, and having learned from distinguished decency) from the bern-in-tine \ Douglas protests against the American occti
w wboe name Las been mentioned a* a candidate Ildi"len\.I| whole State at Mi time LAS an interest in the !
instructors something of the working of the raged the dignity of the Stto" by his unprecedented of I Supreme Court Judge lt the.terms qutston. { pancy of the Island Jean iu the strait of Tuca: and

Aa } for County Commissioner: system and believing that it* adoption at Tallahassee conduct !I Of course the f.sctain the must held pievioits t the' order of arret-t, nor at the term i is but simple justice to say that the Attor- ,' he hut sent men and vessel to take joint oceujiuiicy

_ T.uB5n. Sept 5. 1853.MXMKS. ) would be generally' have prepared proposition[ are not stated by .Civic," but could he he attended afterward" ney referre to wa no less a person than the Hon. I of the Inland until the representatives of th. g"vI -

JoNes & DTXE: the way for engrafting aceelt.ble.1 military feature upon possibly be ignorant of them ? I turn him over to But let that letter speak for itself just rtmanin e II. DuPont. Tine Attorney who thus acted, and j I c-rnment i is heardl flonLrOST

Ton will please mention il you next paper that our Seminary. With this in view I have engagedthe you Measr Editors be i il altogether too impracticable by the way, that Judge Pearson in his "reply" refused to lend himself for fee or reward to defeat '

lam not C candidate fo County ComJli" H r. aud ni-vicei of Mr. George M. Edgar, who 'a.1 a *ul ject for mo. complained that Judge Baited! refused to "t him the end of justice-who even el the Bar n* the j OFFICE AFFAIR

.wiH not terre if. elected. Respectfully. highly recommended last spring by the PI'oftir In be meantime Ilroposl. with your permission a opy of llii* letter, which was lt.rwlrl.quietly circumstances detailed above will show was, ns j I TAsni.soTos, Sept, 3.-The Postmaster General

F. R. GOTTEN."W o the Virginia Military In.tiutt. (of which he is to indulge in a rnd 'ntiJ <-lamination of fled in the Clerk' Office II} the Chief Justice Cwsar would have hi* wife, not only pure but }l Inns decided that members c>Congress* taunot ai.thorize .-

Lave received a note from Ontreville requesting a graduate of several year standing) and who hat sonic of the prominent point* in t\ni\ judicial corttro- himself: above the breath of suspicion will make, in an eminent I ether persons to use their fiui.k?.

4 U to announce James Willis I a candidate since been A the head of the Norfolk .cad IY.Sac .- t' I'1.a I lies' Wen called; nd I tli.k it will lPI I JACRXON\ILLE, FU..llC 28, 1S08.Hon. dlgee. the upright and impartial Judge.Thi .- Several cart load Black Republics document*

the writer stating that each i the desire of it the standing of Mr. Edgar that I was assured pear th.it the conduvt vf Judge ]Ulolt. throUghout TiroMts IhL7ILL. a single incident among hundreds that were refused transmission through th. ]>ott office

that neighborhood. by Trustees uf Fssidaon College that if the whole affair, Ims been tli-tinguislicj by the I Chitf JI(ilt, Jc., Tullahnt: might be mentioned, to show the high qualifications t-JII.

t Tire tat Sentinel suggests tr.J. B. Christie, t.in Kingsbnryof the army a much older Cp most profound respect and rigid adherence to the Dear Sir-Up to tire last 'n""ul. I hind fully ex of Charles II. DnPont to preside out the i
C1a.1.nd atid believed thullwould btalle to bear I j
! William Letter. W. S Murray and .Jo. Clim, sr., highly recommended by Iris distinguished predecessor law while with' the firmness of a man, and the my peeled hart of the duties incident to the e >miipg term highest. judicial ''ibuna known to our State. I THE ISLAND OF SAN JUAN. -

'55 a suitable ticket Major Hill, had not been a candidate, Mr. dignity of a judge he has resided the rita > attempt at lallaliaMec, but I am Fry tu *alliat the condition PJLOI TtGUTA i believe WASHIXGTO.X that the, Sept. 6.-There i i. every.reason to
;, Administration hare j"n t in
: Aeod-thssinded i the following] : Edgar would bare been eltcto.l Prof.o of Mathematics u the Chief Justice to violate it provisions, and of my eye i is such a* to j-rec-fude. TUP, in my -- -*. Icon. I| ted General Hartley to maintain his positron at-truc the

Mxcexa. EOITOBS-Pit-ate announce the following iu Davidson Cllg. The present condition trample on its autljorily. .To the law and t the and opinion.myself.from doing justice lo my rTuiil. station I That able paper, the Jacksonville SinJ.rJ. pours I J I, Island of San Juan at nil hazards. .

1. geBtlemn at candidates for the Board of CoflntyCommictioner of the inducements testimony," and if a fair conipair'.son! of the law .
Seminary 10t ofcr very strong I greatly regret the necessity whichi ha. thus imposed hot shot into Leon" for Li* impudent assertion I j
; *: to him but the.proFpvct of building up, in with the fact in the case, do not sustain my position upon annie Circuit Judie.for tie tini being that the Standard i wen known here [Tallahassee I ADDITIONAL BY THE NORTH BRITON.

: .JAMES WILLIS. JOSEPH CHAIRED co-operation with mystlf and l.tllel. a literary and I I shall be prepared to give it up. to take my place. lam now, ni.d lin\ebeen for ] to be controlled from the office of the Central i| The Belgium Chamber of Deputies have agreed
tome lime past, under niejiwil treatmer.L for to fortify Antwerp. The jVen/contemh that the
j SOLOMON SILLS. JOHN CROMARTIE. in has TS-e let section of the ad of January lUb. 1851.lo ray "
scientific that
Florida Railroad.
; as 'el as military 6holl eye, and my improvement mAC been 'ri ry gradual, Says paper project will endanger the neutrality of Bf' ium.
i I I P. s Since the above was placed in type the led him t accede to my proposals.. organize the Supreme Court, fays it .shall be and I hope by a careful observance of the advice And pray Mr. Lton how came it that this, i is I A defensive lellgue Inca been formed by the Stats-i

1 ; 'fallowing ha reached nt (1'1 Capt. Letter: A* to arm and accoutrements, Gov. Brootnc and composed of one Chief Justice and two Associate of my physician, to be able to share with the labors 4, well-known" in Tallahassee, when it i utterly : of Central Italy.

; WEDSMDAT, Sept. "Lb. 1859.Musss. Col. 1o"stoln. ''bor I met in Baltimore suggestedthat Justices," Ac. The 5th section provides that whenever of the i'ebrnarr[ term at this place. tinlnoirn here piece of base falsehood astonishes ;
than those connected with the
I would under these circumstances piompt'y resign none more NEW OKLEAV
the Stale would supply them. Hill, at from any cause,any one or two Justices of the Stl t. i.-Tile steamship Havana
EcrrouPleate in
v1 announce office of the Central Railroad. We
Major for the fact f
your paper but that my term\> office i m> near pronounce La arrived below. She brings San Frahcisco dates
'1' my intention of not serving .Concty Commissioner the Military Academy (barloUf S. G, informed Supreme Court are disqualified or disabled from Its chore that I tJo\ernor wonl prefer your assertion untrue and call upon you to make it to the 20th ult. tnd MiuatitUa to the 1st inat. "

q; i the people elect me. They had better alec i me that the.Governor of that State had ordered the bearing and determining any came brought before not to have the Mpp1e upon Mi nicking appear true. Where i il your authority for this Tile steamers Si.nora and Cortex brought f 200,--

;' erne other man, I not serve.Your transfer of all the arms of the State to the MilitaryAcademy them it ,h.l be the duty of the Justices of said an Ippintnlent which might be thought perhapsto slander on the character of Standard \!I 000 in specie and ItO pa3 ei>gera
.It A 'i election.It / We Lave understood that Judge Bultzell Tile Britith llf
Pvlade had
f : respectfully to be entrusted to his care. As to uni CurL t notify the same to any one or two Judges is unnecessary to say Low much I regret my had the hardihood to write something to thin effect, I Panama- ; she ia inun supposed| war to Lave brought arrUed dicpatch-at

!- &; W. LESTEK. rom. learned from a wliolesab clothier in Baltimore of the Circuit.Conrt 8 the case may be," co Now inability to be with you, nor am I insensible to the in a private letter to this ;place; and as I.O as well I! es for England, concerning the San Joan lupute.

;1tk1i; that he would furuMi dress uniforms of blue any plain man can see that the Legislature, in the willingness with which my brother of the bench as you Mr. Leon, hnssbeeomeajourneinnnnn eiilightener General: Ham y on the 7th nit, ordered four
law above sited intended that the would relieve me of tbose of my duties involving a of th<" public mind through the press we call companies from Fort
The Chief Justice, over hit anonymous signature broadcloth, with gold lace and nutal buttons, having clearly Supreme artilery Washington to reinforce
careful examination of briefs ; verification both of for the authority for the a
or a luut. pon you :'rtion. Captain Ticket who still Sao Juan
"Jefferson lest Sentinel i in the Florida cud of arms them, for twelve Court should not proceed to the hearing of cause occupied
i of appln in the A upou authorities, but I am not willing I to impose or else you must stand before the public the unmolested lUrney bad forwarded dt"tJCltcJ1e. to
:' feeble endeavor the suspicion of having dollar per suit and undress nnlfoi m of sutinett, for with less than three Judges on the bench; ell upon them duties which are "Pl'rl'pltl to lscl. of that which i i. charged to be faise. \Va-hiiiifton.

-< fe misrepresented his Associate*on the Benclu Whether six dollars per suit. Caps will cost from a dollar wfiy thi.provision for calling in the Circuit Judges? Respectfully and truly. Tine Standard is under the control of no one en Uonu-e'lireely Lad tiddreMcJ a large Pacific Rail.

;Ii1:1: i he succeeded in the effort or not be seen to a dollar and a half. 8 that the uniform: \i Such, then being the law, what are the facts? In obedient servant earth, save the editor; and there i is noL the man. Road meeting.
"'i PEARSON.A. living who mac to far forgotten hi* for u?
In the We understood him that cost no more than ordinary clothes, indeed definiice.or at lea't in Ji nf."tm! the B 1 and iTjii t his relN'c to
_ (nd: a* tying it wilng l J. Clerk of theStipremc Court of the rcgardfnir wsnfeeiugn. as Attempt,
to orgww te. rULR !
Chief Justice proposed J
i the to control thus
in slightest degree,
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to attend after being notified. they would d what Pierce, for a time l a pupil of-ProC-- -Webster, at in LOS mgn-uancTecT Sn
I Judge Baltzell ha dune against one of the Supreme the Scientific and Military Academy in Portsmouth, DuPont refused to acquiesce. Judge Pear- preme Court, May 17, BlnJ.. I -a gentleman clear yourself it.

II '- Court Judge*"-that is on'.er Jam to I or- Va., subsequently a graduate of Jefferson College 1 ton Laving in a letter to the Chief Justice declared i '. In Witness whereor I Ilerennt affix Remarking on the demagogical appeal to Cotton from the Herelpl Sat September at the Port, 185S of St. Mark.
to ho
popular ,
I rttttd! The language employed by .Jifferi-ou" and recently an associate of lro1 Webster, in the bin' inability to attend, Judge DuPoLt, in accordance 1 j( SEL. f[ my' hand and fal or Court in Tnllahosesee .- prejudice on account of the Railroad tat, the I Aiiguct, 1859.OalundSlst alI
H thi
Julv I
;i wa*- Academy. Mr. Pierce has the of with the i ision of the t. A. D. 1839. Standard
I reputation being express rro' Statute proposedto [Signed,] A. J. PEELER C. continues: I
p Wba Judge. DuPont and Pearson a fine scholar and an admirable teacher. call in the aid t>f A Circuit Judge. To this legal rl S Leon seeing the sinking II
distinctly ADd of
let cause I .
I, hud the 6. now me ask the reader, if the Chief Justice Jude Baltzell. Aug ,. 185- 27
thlt they jiower to do, sad B"lide these gentlemen I have Mr. and reasonable proposition the Cbief Jubtice would now geek to appeal to the prejudice of the Received
I engaged or both people at Newj*>rt in
of them July
L against a Circuit Judge under obligation to attend II. B. Craig a graduate of Washington College at not i Judge Tont.or after receiving in the, counties which have been bonded for Railroad I ar.d
a* a Judge of the Supreme BulUell eonsnt. I such a letter, from an honorable August...!1
Cur Judge Ix-xington Va.. and recently associated l with Mr. man, an Associate purposes nnd in effect proclaim to them be
1 Previously
.done against one of the Supreme Court Judges. Nelson of Albemarle whom In the record of the Court. under date of January Justice of the forehand that the i i. of ..8.9SC9.001>
by &well a by other, Supreme Court could with pro- Judge opinion that they At St Mark in July >t Aug. 95
Now the misrepresentation in undertaking he is highly recommended a* an instructor. With 18. 1859 may be found the follow ing(ntr.: .rrr! I priety or even common rei'e to give it town and county taxes were ianccennsn-yanj therefore Previously,..3..68113.8:1

t make it that Judge DuPont and Pearson these three.highly educated and enterprising Virginians I emit, Hon. Thomas Baltzell, C.J.-The credence? The Chief Justice.ectncI. itnconttittttienal." Her i ill a bid for your rot es,
t had admitted and with my own experience may I not Li* opinion us to the of the Court pretends to have ye discontents I Here i i. a candidate for CHIEF Jr- Total receipt to date,. ..
that to in .
acid power a that 43,318 I
they posaewed Mould exercius hope to establish an institution in our State that Circuit c.l I learne Judge P. though blind was otherwisein neE of the Stllte-( Florida through his friend ((1)) Of which 2569 bale were Sea Island
,l the power of arresting a Circuit Judge when will vompare favorably with any in our country ? Judge. The C. J. del -
; Judge Btzel was obliged to inov it seems t us, I hate !lade arrfUigiiueuU for meeting all the demands whom ? The Clerk I suppose a. there was, proto I Admit this, and doCs it that he Bench were the constitutionality of these taxes" -" in July and Aug. .43,143 S70
1 of an EnglUh, Clas-icnl, tbly no one else I prove adjudicated before him. Here is the EKMIME ..
At the time be wrote that precious inorceau, "Jtf- Scientific School of a high Math"latlaaud. l'celent presume, car.Editors could have made a journey of some two hundred the duet" soliciting to repudiate in .. to Bremen.. ...51
embracing you
( the opinion" delivered under these your contract to Apalachioola.. ffiS
that .
erson, they had imposing miles without serious
hundred .
I distinctly repudiated. any ole For additional injlrJ-hnrJiDg the indescribable And in its "
pUf.i t' twtnty giving reasons for the to Charleston via "
circumstances is opposing
the Key West---------fl
I such po"er! E. tells. n* in the Sentinel that heJidr.'t five, T pledge lyelJ tl'u'riloy; an additional inttructor. same with that which figured calamity of total and irrecoverable loss of of the Chief Justice, it reelection to New Orlean*.
in the others. ..6.1
4 If urges
I undertake nor aleum4 t give their position ftlo"-ctzeul wi1 only co- -(>erutcwitli ne1npapn shortly Jfrr. The whole fir eight? The above letter states tha he undergoing the following among
I ,8 :
feel 'I
1 on the nLject beyond this," that it. beyond their vii.ced that Florida a8lred need not they be noon be COD- j appears me a light supremely ridiculous, and medical treatment-thi* of course must l.ave Tile Standard the Total Cleared.45.811

: admitted obligation and re to organize other State for the instruction of her dependent upon I can't get rid of the impression that his Honor been suspended in the event 1 I journey. I thereto lIe lias far for- Of the
pDaLity Mns 1 o receipt at St Marks
I Baltzell C. J. 65 tales Sass
: the Supreme Court by Crcuit Judge !I I remain, very truly your*. T.omui presents himself herein as submit to judgment of every right minded and gotten all propriety 11II to become the trumpeter, and S3 Upland ((118.) were (runs Cedar Island
1' in the absence of one or more of the regular udges;" D. .k EIL TURNER.i j i the hero of an unmitigated farce. But waivintr tlni. humane man whether or not this wa a in through the, Pre!!. of Lu own virtues-- iin.l---- trnnvon-_.-.._ Key -
i it is too late for the J. case dant abilities and fitness for ChiefJnstie.S -
I C.
; aDd didn't he or any otheriudividual to
their which
why "give the subject tine for I
position on provision ic
i Railroad to Balnbrldge. in the cocet4tuti calling a Circuit Judge And farther Increase, if it be not really himeifwho Cotton Receipts at Cedar "evtfrcm lit Sept., 1858,
l. beyond thi,r It was only an inference of his I: A Committee citizens of Baiobiidge Lave addressed I cl question .naity! or validity ofthe1.roviion might be properly applied ? And we COD DOt con- is Leon this writer, ardent for him would prostitute : ZlitAvgutt, 1859.
at best that they had "conceded the power to en a letter uukiber calling in Circuit Judge*, contained C'ive i how any man, who his not I purpose serve the untrammelled dignity of the Supreme 4DO Ittlea bales Sea Inlands, S09 Uplandc. To
i I force the attendance &well of the Circuit the t a gentlemen in Quincy in the act above cited. Its validity has been solemnly by the denial can decide otherwise than in t the affirmative. Court, by mot shamefully bidding for votes upona tal 739 bales.i .

tt t other Judges"-an inference tao. deduced in I the ., proposing steps toward extending the South affirmed by the Court besi *being frequent question of magnitude, in telling these interested i Shipped during same time: '.

face \ estern Road (ruin Albany to Bainbridge and from ly carried into practical effect Some of the what his opinions are upon thAt questionand what To Charleston. ..... ... .. .. .. .. .. 94
: of
i f the expunging order which repudiated the thence to Quiot). We copy their letter from the Important causes that A few words as t the arrest of Judge Pearson adjudication mi ht be expected were the question New Orleans. . ..... .. . 281

/ power as against a Supreme Court Judge. a* well a liepublic of the 3d inst. ever occupied the attention by order of the Chief Justice I shall not attemptto to come before him. .". Savannah, ...... . ... ... 88
in the face of the opinion delivered on the occasion : of the Court have been tried ant decided when it argue the illegality of this is enough to .11I--- St. Marks.. . .. .. . .. .. .....118
:- of calling Judge Baker the Bench, which BAI>BEIP C, GA., Aug. 81. was part composed of Circuit Judges. Until, there- that we Lave conversed with act I [co nn ICA.1ED.]

: the t repudiated To Mesera I R Iaris. P. W. White,Lafuy. Kenan fore, the Court shall review its decision and determine say A great many, CEXTREVILLE, Ato. 15th. 1S59. Total number of bales shipped.... .. .... .M3
power as against a Circuit Judge I II. Dr. henry, and William Monroe both lawyer and others, from different partof the It is slot stated whether the balance is
S B Lre : on <
otherwise ia I pnrcha.'ed some twelve months >f
t I set out with the avowed intention of "treating the GEJTlL"- it a settled point-the unquestionable State and we have yet to meet the first man who Folsom one of Grover Baker d Cos ago of Mr. L M not It may have been shipped to Charleston via
t I object succinctly ,' did he A Railroad meeting held here on law of the hind; and I cannot conceive on it Sowing Machines Key West or to New Orleans by teamen which
yet clearly: by not do ,'a Saturday regard a any thing less than a barefaced and nt and take pleasure in recommending it ,
rj cot 11t taking into consideration the late ,'bat ground the J., whatever be his as enter and clear at Pensacola and Key West.
report private in
undertake may
Why to infer that they admitted ... : terl.ulwarranted assumption eufpower., in,however very simple mechanism not easy to get out of
Cuyler Esq., to the Stockholders I
1 .lhey had th" t do and thtnldda" what A* the &uthW.'ltcrn Pierident.Rail Road. Said favored cf opinion in the matter, can claim the right practically conceded to be an act extremely characteristic order,and making its stitches more substantial and Cotton Receipt and Shipments
p.er report from Tampafrom \tl
t lad d 1wit a Bench Warrant and at the extension of that road to Bainbridge. to dilrtgr it. Nobody will deny that the decisions of the Chief Justice, whose lust of power seems clothing certainly from superior the to North the, stitches examined in by ready me, made made Sept, 1828, to 31st Awjvtt, 1859.

I tempt t. arrest of a Judge when he wat compelled The undersigned were appointed a committee to oCbe Supreme Court are fnllaDd binding o all impatient of all restraint We commend to the DO by any other machine. I can also testify that I 77 bale shipped to Charleston via Key Went;-.3

r : t know that they had. 1 pint of'fact, admitted liassee.correspond to ascertain with the whether citizen Quincy and Tails- I citizens of the State. I there an exception to this ties of those who wish t see him to his, have a negro girl only thirteen years of age that bales to New Orleans. Total, 80 bale, Sea Inland.
.- ; no nick the they would lend their rule in favor of the Chief Justice T Are the decisions reeJecte doe most of the sewing on my machine. Su ir shipped dotting name date.
learn the
-' a ti19' Hi Chicf yet \ influence and aid towards suet extension present position following refection of Gibbon: 297 hhda. to New Orleans
r. W. ,
I of the Court FISHER.
to bind
1' ; that inference against stubborn fret*are not allowable We have not, a our ditpla1. a copy of Presi every body else while he Of all our passion and appetites! the love of pow -* .- 230 bbl*. Molasses to New Orleans,

r or is he in possession of some secret by which dent Culer's reprt. ,presume, some of your cit. remains at liberty t despise their authority, and er is of the most imperious and unsociable nature, From the Quiney Republic Sept 3. 25 bbls. Sugar to Key West.
-- M he discovers zel" Lavo l .11.Saraaaah, paper, u f ignore and on them at his will? Can
a Sa "Wi trample
testimony tny the A Florida
rm.tY properties negative Uu dsago. since pride of one IU require the submission Negro In an Illinois Jail.

? The truth i., from the great anxiety Hoping you will lay this before your fellow cit- body tell me from whence he derives this kingly of the multitude., We cannot here refrain from Mr. Wilson the Post Master has Landed us the ENTIRELY NEW! ENTIRELY NEW !

iri mnie.tt by "Jefferson" t dreg other iuto thecrape iZ4ne. inform ut, M your earliest co/ivenience, I dispensing power? I is a familiar fact of history quoting from the Chief Justice, alias the following letter. Any information on the subject .

- Li i the teeth of their declaration to the con- of the action in tbd premises, we arc, gentlemen I that the assumption and exercise of the royal rightto rarest piece of gasconade we ever met Jterson.: Nor may be left CAaaU with Mr. Wilson.Illinois WHAT IS IT ? -
obt. wih DALE August 13, 1859.
jfPF j tracy it i* legitimate to aspect that the C. J. is fast .your serL.I ALEX. N. MURPHY. dispense with acts of Parliament, and disregardthe did the Chief Justice stab Judge P. in the dark.'- DEAR Si,-W I have in Jail a bor-M"II THAT WONDERFUL PURIFYING AGENTDaby's

rl t-I, t I-1. getting tick of his own physic. And surely it isljJ DUXCAN CURRY decrees of Courts of Justice was one of the chief ,j j Whatever objection there may be to the order.of that :his muster lives near Quiney,negro county -scat .of

-3 I [ high time. He has played the one wan power" I G. B. MOORE, causes of the English revolution of 1688 which arrest, it is free from this, and mae the' peculiar merit Gadiden county Florida and state his master I Prophylatlic Fluid -

3.! r; Long enough. The people are waking up and by N. N. LESTER, drove James the Second from his throne and kingdom I that the blow waa in full front, in and name to b Henry Johnson He states that he left Thin it a Nev Discovery. It it tht reitvlt of Leanul
! day
\ ;,- the first Monday in October, we do not C. A CKURV.We and led to the of the British open home one year ago this month and left his nnaste'rsick Reuareh ft it a triumph f Scientific Skill!
remodelling Save the mark
i I a manly The
mi.tak spirit. with! The TT i is Cbtmical Union
bloW consumption. a of
believe this section of boy was Marion materials,
the our State would favor Constitution. provided by
i,1: sign of the time, they will proclaim to the the extension here And is it t be imagined that the may have been in open dl., but it fell upon an afflicted Jail Williamson county, Illinoi*,-there he broke _L Nature herself for rendering pure the air V*
!t world their otter aversion .all ejokcn, rroflJe the"}laiD free of this sovereign State wilt far stultify Jail and is in
t Despotism, 1 hether Trunk \Iter s man -one whose roditiol made him a subject now Maclaneboroagh Jail,this State. breathe. Its action ia io obedience to fixed laws.
practiced by Judge Baltzell or any one else. We to Baiubridge be abandoned. Without this, themselves a t continue in his high Aqd iuflu rather of"manly" sympathy than an object of If such a man is ]living in your county and hiss
: we queetiou whether the Counties which have become lost any negro if want information the QUICK, SURE, POWERFUL !
ential you
have the best reason for saying that his position a man w Lo, with a haughtiness and We any on
fupprerlare a largely interested in the Peubucoln and exceeded manly" prowess. might give vent to the indignation ; subject, address me at this place and I will give all It purifies dwellings, sink*, kitehenr.
falling o daily. Hi Jmperimt in Jmpro Georgia Road would scarcely by the infatuated 10n.rhaove I. which outraged humanity must naturally the information that i i. necessary; Please answer. It removes all offensive odor;
consent to the .
connection.To .
government within a government-\ named mocks a the will of the people declared feel in contemplating unprecedented" act, Tours truly, It cure burn with instant certainty;
the sooner he become convinced of tic fact the give Main Trunk, (hich runs as ,uMe.'eJ. through their representative, and laughs t ; cut bono Let us leave it. bet WM. E. WILET.Tni It is the best preparation ever used for fresh wound

: better. e uncomfortably near our Northern ,) Gul scorn the solemn ju.gment of the Supreme judicial v It destroys all vegetable and animal poison;
outlet, would be hazarding the succcs of our own tribunal of the Commonwealth The necessary conclusion from the history of tins At BORA BORJAUS.-Nearly all our northern It relieve* in a few second the Kite of iosecte,
? The
of the
course whole controversy is, that whatever odium or disgrace exchanges make mention of this distinguished visitor bees, etc.
'BT JPartlenUr Ilrqntst." _. eulerpriacd risk which it can scarcely beejcpecJed Chef Justice on this subject cannot be regarded asa attaches to the Supreme in consequence which seems to have pieaented in aspect of It scatters boils when forming;
The Milton Courier of 31t our people will incur. Ue- harmless Car great splendor in that latitude. The X. It soothes boils when
.. August publishes voluntarily .Many merely exhibition of pride and self conceit should be ,ascribed to Judge Baltzell Ezprett, formed, 'and heal them
J at length. But the lis'-cLhatthere was a settled oCt Monday says: rapidly..
fefn' editor apologise i t injure theMiddFlorid Suppose him retained in )his station
&hl .di.Unt reader*"for doing by saying thatthe I Road lit purpl Main Trunk and that a case should arise in which present and t him alone. He It was who tnt brought the "Tliere was a marked change in the weather on It ia good for carbuncles,nicer, cnrns and sees J
of his
e one associates affair into the ha Sunday night as if to remind It
t e" kept it n* that oft summer cleanses the teeth and purifies the breath;
article .as.published by pmiicular reqvttt,"_ I WhedicsT such was designed or DOt that result "'1 disqualified by having been judge or Judge .Jptn appeared in the public there is trust taking i its departure and the chilly day of The worst aymptoo*of Typhoid and Scarlet FevrC
Perhaps Lad the editor kuown that it ..a shot would foU9! iQ ou Jadt4nt i tboMain Trunk counsel in the Court below Judging from Li'I past prints as Editor have the autumn coming on to introduce Inheritable are mitigated by the use of this Fluid; it baa been
fro Mind mash, fired by the Chief Justice him uncLe allowed"1** te 'lori,11 frm Bainbridge.We .- course the result could only be, either that the cause tt. you Yesr .e1 observed winter. A cold northerly wind reduced the temperature known check the spread Typhoid Fever ia Families
every reflecting mind will admit was a to such a degree that but and .
r hid den under any upon plantations.Leading
.J. cover of an anonymous take it, LowevelWhat Mr. the should be tried two in
liguturl.thus by flat defiance
of cloth
Jutee vindication of was decidedly uncomfortable. The
necesrary l.iiil" to respect the mercury pbyaiciaiw are using it in Charleston, Cc
: H\in to create the impreHiuD that it \a extension uftbeSuuth.ttCrn ROd< from Albany t the will of the Legislature, or not b tried at alL- laws of and uphold I them avoid in the thermometer fell to the Uhboibood of sixty lumbia. Savannah, Aognsta, Atlanta,Mama,Colnm

.a manly blow" from some outsider,lie might have Bainbridge i a iudicationNJ a.least Savanmh Suppose bo'h associates thus disqualified, ami the in? noreltiesand th.Ind. unauthorized faithfully of degrees about floe o'clock, and the change was. bus. Montgomery, Selma, Mobile and New Orleans.

hesItated t permit his oluran to become the rued- I is not to carrying the hiU_ Trunk beyond J alternative i is, then, between a decision by one aumttiOM now. accompanied bv a brilliant dit>1ar of the Autos The HoctHLala of New Orleans and Mobile arHospitala
pI'lial man. I er, he qualifications in a Judge, and Boreali Every one who wasJibfoad
derble noticed and it.
d low of* "tab l the dark." We think too highly the would *eV" to us very little and no deiiont all lliut, in either pI I using
Thcr ; event, defeating cially in tint Chief Justice of the Supreme Court admired the phenomenon. It commenced in the eorpomtion. bip masters, mantfsetu.
4 of the hitherto eouxervative tone of the Courier to I wisdom in two roaV\1. 10 Baiabridge. in regard to a large and important cl of northwest, and at first resembled! the reflection
4- s I surely cannot be difficult lo decide which of the rers, planter, pnyaiciaiu, htrmkbed by the full*) at
doubt for a moment the editor I I both the of*large fire. Then it*prrad to the Eastward -
a utter condriuiuitionof terminating at the same puiIn- 01 \Uantc. case*, the very end for which the Supreme Ci>urTw sinMilutciL ty o candidates named in this article should receive ,event reduced rate *
tech a mode of. & r It is scarcely allowable I aud rach helping rob the utl rMr.. Cn} ler. ually pausing all around the horizon Broad belt For sale by druggists and country merchant poe/
1 of order
I the support citizens. of shaded light threw out bright and
t in Idvinglaw-aLding every-chang rally,from whom orders are solicrf id.
I candidate Judicial position toappenrin the I with the other fur sc.! *" on the seaboard Nor it with be from I respectfully
.ag railroad/1, can any aOr TeOD. eonten- ]I:Solar Judge objection big rays that reached and often palled the Zenith. Try at least 1' iiewtpapet even over his own signature, but after I .'i not encourage 1 un 1fe a speculation del that the ,cas in question I one to which the on account of his necessary connection with this At one time a coronal of deep red light appeared direction.

f&lng'le ao, and after Laving dragged other and Balnbridge. consequently "*'i" bane but one statutory y provision doe not. apply. Note the controversy we think th.t the people cannot more in the zenith with long ray of rose and .salmon- rUT Manufactured only ia the- Labaratory o/
into a emphatically ur'res thei romiemnaUuu erf the IT colored glows txUnled on all aides the sure rhin- J. DA RBY. Ala.
controversy, t behind an alias and in lOanI-eilinet the Main TrunV. u tine' &uUaWe. terms of the law: 'Wheaever.fromou.cauaesny Anbcmr
that dicuicta prelens5ec tyranalca! measures which in; through the aurora with unusual brilliancy.- For sale in Tallahassee by-AMES A LIVELY,
ar.ooyroou way become the trumpeter of his tern. I the former, we e it a. our opinion that one or two Justices of the! Supreme Court are disqualified bare brought the Court i i.w contempt, than by In a few moment it bad faded away and o other and by Dcoggista generally throughout tine fttate.

e.a'melit aod the assailant o the character of an tltrllt into Florilo wi g l Le rofued. but i the or disabled from hearing and determining plmjuen) tine position of Chief Justice the man exqoUitly beautiful shape appeared to replace it. N. R-Perswna wishing soils, ores, water, ift,analyzed

.of pon.nl. I it I!umd.of ''Irllr us uniifnal a. it !har.prherclhle. latt.r we think a connection, tli rn I would be Jtc.-: Surely > bpgug mn le plainer than tint : 5bC5 tOgS first t last LJU been the firm champion The aurora continued nearly all night and wa as can have it done on reasonable term by srod-

I desirable and be altwi'cJ; wiib.itt uiseh tronble. j I beep counsel in Court oflw. the conservative ani nftwinroswsin* ; oppemirent nMicctbl a phenomenon of that description as we i hag to Prot J. P, RPT.
Ij the
j I I having: Judge ('r below 'f innovation and uftrpvion Z.. luve en in. tW latitude for oae ycarx" March IS, 1859. -ll-1y f

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C llolitts.Matare I I WOODRUFF I flEW e G US.--La Grange Female. College I mSLIVLY" I DR. J. A. Dentist, I

lt __ "T'\TILL begin its sixteenth, Annual St'uiul
U the cresit p1iy.t Ian. This Is IIOW o V Y Monday, the 26th S-ptember, 1669, with the WIOtES ETltiGS ;,

admitted by tbe medical r cipl. oCt.Mhlle science. Ills imjj prorldej b71be human Iw hippy ti> wi it on all! -
; Rev. WiLLIAM A. HARRIS. M. President,
t :
ccoBouf.that whenever anything I. wrong la the fhjsicrjflem. I I those! who ure ,t.tCU' .: :
.the natural forces of tb. body are brought to bear i iexpel 10 Mill ; --- --- Professor tf Moral Philosophy and Bele Lettn" ofl.usnvice .\ "or\
3d Station Walker's :
JOHN W. A. v
tbe 41n..grv.tmimthtreturetstoatrengtbeathe AKER. ( donelLuin lie wan D !

natural ThU LM been kept In Tlew by tbe.kll J eod supply of Bnpgitig. Rope. Twine Pofesllor <- bthematcI. \ to give general mtiifneiwn. .

rut eoopoua4$ cf DL J. HOSTl.TTEC'S CIT1E& WITH Fb't r. Salt. 'Ril"l'Hiaby.. Haml. Ba- Fall & Winter Style'sLADIES' I Iof Professor of Natural. Philosophy, and.. Chernictrr.EDWARD D., t I i Dr.OrnilLel ._ .-

which opcr.lo to rite frenh .ll Ilty to.n U.e orfrtns nT the eon. Sbl'J".IUl'r.. Cheese. 1.,1' Buth'r.a.1 Mien l'45k.Sugar. DICXbON. AM.Professor I IE to u! t.t,ttctenf -- --- .
bo*;. Theef'ctoth4 m..lIcioe np.a tUo U T.:h. the Tea I.od Cdft't' with a goad .toek uf Muiliu:. P s tlxxp 'lferi.i p ,lil
of and (Greek
tl.w n.tihc "MDC'''. are |>r>injt and 4r ':,. The pa.t.ht : 'r. :..c0_ j J Lam!J. JUDGE Languages. \C 1 l"i' '.*'- ,! t4' "n rxcelle1tt meVk-Ine! tnve'nfeit'ty Lian*

.no u ...>, ensceh to quit drugging, and trr the sell'wLib. will pu' immediate T rhA* y'e vt''
-rr._,soon ,.\1 u !If t.. lied t&kra nsw true..flif.> RIT-I i iUe Dry Goods.livrtul1lof : Prfmor {C English Literature, and Principal of the I IARE I after cure using it will be without iIn" .
_lIru.. u tMf cfthe IIrtr1e.lle! U orerjujod to .\ evertLing in thin Trac1 FINE DRESS I Ire1.tor: Department P. J FLA., cases. as Cbrooia and Neuralgic! "sprvquTnotheheit
IA JUDGE I excelled. lie has ida IV Allen'sted
thetre?uuof av.lUi _rain!tbrofji hi. fr... Lt-t Instructress of now receivirg a and fresh supply.of cann-'t ; oe..
ia 4
English Lterature identet lan and Clew. being
HARDWARE.Even Tooth **
from mbo e chetV the bloom has deported, give Dr. J. .- of ai by te
Christianity. every variety tde DrgiataPL.lTERS. of i it in this Su.*. Persona wishing teethbeautifully
Ilmlrtlcr's Ctlebrtted Bitten a triaL I thing from a needle 10 an anchor.: SILK, CASHMERE AND MO US. DeLAl. 0 EORO BRGGS. A. M.. PJIYSICIAA'S, I!( cleansed. will not fail to givft the Dr. .
buld by dnipplau and dealers Kenerallr.ererywhrre.13T India Rubber BelLing Ind'l'al1.ing a1\). on ban. Profewor of MUSKJ Languages.MRS. .
I and ethers 5halways find at this establishment: a call Onlcl on 200 STRUT the Pnt.
He adrertlaement In another crtuu.it.coviir. A good supply of Cypress Syrup Barrels. MATTIE A. BRIGGS rO q.li
I full supply of very thing needed in our line and In A line or two dropped il tbe PcstO2r. will
j Liverpool and Key West Salt.All Assistant in Music. had in Southern .
be .
they can any meet with prompt Attention. I
u\ounrmrnt to be sold at Newport prices for cash or eoun. O333I3S MISSAssistant .. .. .. 1 11beralermlllll OrJ."r Mail or otherwise promptly a!. N. B. Teeth )Jixtracit tri.'Aout fain.June :
\ of Qaiithafes. !! try produce. I "i I buy or niako advances on COTTON. in Music. llkct and filled with the: same correctness iC 18. 1859. 25Blacksmith '

MISS. ... ..-. .._ ". ten.f1 Customer To Casts a and ---- -- --._-
SUPREME I will! buy Hidct Skin, Tallow, Ueesimx, r.g& (IF Department of hawiug and laltin personally prompt time, buyers, we by feel confijcut in saying *'e Notice. -

or 'uul --\. -& can them eUire satbfartioa.! Our STOCK comprise -
cr We are authorized to announce I -ALSO-- P. O. BESSENT,

B. D. WRIGHT. of Pensacola as a candidate! f.be or I AGENT FOR THE THE VERY BEST STYLES Steward. Drugs. Dye Stuffs.
: off.oc of Chi.f Justice of the Supreme Cota of EXPESSESFor Board, including washing! and

Florida.f WAKULLAJR.ONWORKS fuel, and for tuitio in the College course liclutling Meicn1. Putty\3nsbe.Chemi.1. .

NOW OPEN AND FOR SALE Ancient and Modem Languages and incidental n-: Burning Fluid. I
: ijF' We arc authorized to announce I will always Lave oil band or be able to procure pause, de, SI87. Preparatory course |!O. Primary h'itimit Perfumery,. Clmpllne.!

W. A. FORWARD of J..cbnnt'i114' asinnlidal at the ..Vorte notice, a stock i>f well made Sugar course f 24. AH of tbe abv eipeutes refer( Oils! tilass Ware,
for Associate Justice of Florida. at the enduing frli<- Mills from f 40 and upwards Gin Sc' menta. Sugar to the usual Session of 9} .
Mills. AC_ AC. inoa WOODRUFF. 12T AT VERY LOW PRICES. Ei For to one of the Facult Fine Soap" Window Glas"
tion in October. |5? Catalogues apply I
____h _. __ N. li flood accommodation fur Travelers JOHN W. AKERS, Secretary of Faculty. Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured lubacoa.Biushea .

f: r We nri authorized to annonnc Sept. 10. IS5!. 37-3ra GEO.v.. SCOTT. August 11, 1839. 85-4t- I P.tlnt Havana Metlicinea, mIlE BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IX ALL tT3JL

D. P. IIOGUF E q.. a* a candidate for Aesociai I -- -- Paint Bru.hel. I Fine Segura branches will b* earned on as heretofore, at the

Justice of the Supreme Court of the blate at the Wesleyan Female College. i Sept. 3, 1859. 86-tf Valuable Inventions Surgical Instruments. Medicine Chests OLD STAND, br the uudcrsigncd. who return
October election. I suited to Plantation and Family use, tbatiks fur and solicits a couliuiiatiou of the puMic
r"MlE Twenty Second Annual Session will con PURE Wl & BKAND1ES xcDlcrtfAi.: purpose patronage heretofore so liberally eiUnittJ.
| AVc arc authorized to announce JL nieuce on the first Monday in October,under the STATE SEMINARY" PEELER'SECoNOMICAL E'-ALSO- D. C. WILSOtf.

DA VII) S. WALKLRof tloi.it,., .* a candidal direction of the follou dug officers: i? irsm AND VARIETY STEL BLADE I July 1. 1859. 30 [Sentinel eopy.
% Ite,. J. M. BOXKELL, A. ?.L. President and Prfessor isjBsip sujw&nnss,, 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE
Justice of the
ine office ff Aw cute Sufrca
Court of Florida! at the etiing CMobcr election.C2T" of Me.r.il Science and Belles Lettres. LOCATED AT TALLAHASSEE. DP Xj orar D. II AMES M.. LIVELY. JOHN B. GALBSAITI1.T. W. BREVAKD, JK. .
Ut" '. COSBY W.SMITII, A. M, Professor of Ma May 14, 1859. 20 I
ri HE third scholastic year of this Institution will Patented June 21st, 1859.
The lends of OoTi. CIIAII tbetnatics.Rev. JL commence on the first Monday of October UtJo.t.0 Galbraith & Brevard
candidate for the
him as a
DcPONT announce Literature. The Most Economical Convenient and Ef. TTOIEYS AT
Chief Justice uf the) Court c of LAV.T"LL"U.UU
office of Supreme Invented.
ficient Cultivator Ever
I tv. W. C. BASS A. M. Prof. of Natural Science. MALE DEPARTMENT. : F.OBIDA.

Flotida.i._ MODIS.C.SCHWAltTZ. Piof. of Modern Languges \- Re,. D. McNEILL TURNER will have charge lC properly- -and used if it do n. t KEUOSL'NE&L5tRDOILS. July 23, 159. SO
-i.. O. C. YONGE of Wes ."Drawing and Painting. lids and be aided *such WHEN/ mde. __ __ __
P. O.GU1TENRURUER. Prof of Muiic. Department by competent prove itself. I herein pledge! myself to For sale by AMES A LIVELY -- .
Florida i h b-rby prestntnl by his friends In the Mrs. S. S. HANCOCK Assistant in Music. assistant teachers not lees than two. as the interest! return the m ney to those who purchase rights fur May 14, 1659. 20 Spring & Summer '
voters of the Stale for election to the office of Asocial of tie school may from time to time demand." their
MusiMM plantations.
Asi..tant i in
Justice uf the Supreme Court on the fir t I Mios M.L E.GUTTENBEROER CARLTON, Assistant in Literary DpartiuenL Tuition fees for Session *>f 4| mouths Spelling -. Requires one Stock fur any Vin of it Blade. The Original Extract Quality GOODS1859 t-

Monday of October next. Reading, Writing, Elementary Arithmetic I (ten of which way be put on, fasti'ned, and taken off,

-- -- --- ,. .. .. .. . .. .. .. $10 00( in one minute CornStarch, 4
i Madame S SCHWARTZ Instructress iu Orna.
We arc authorized to announce I cental D parlmeut.II. The above, Yo ith Geography,Grlmwar.l'rac. Is adapted to sod, aubsail,1illuijesn'l 1 general cvtivntioti TREPARED expressly for PuJcingc,Ice Cream "V\7 Y Ear.now receivV -

D. t'. nOLL.\ D. Esq. as a candidate!! for Ass.iate P. REDDING and LADY. Stewards Dc. I tical Arithmetic, Intellectual Arithmetic and may be turned into I double plow il _1__ Cities Dance Mange Custard*, Iies. l'oruige.tc i in.1agenJfuUasortment
Justice, at the ensuing election in Octobt partment and Hiolory. .. . .. .. 15 00( desired and is so vonstiucted! that a seed planter maybe Received fresh by AlIBI L\'EL Y. of SPRINGdSUMJIZJt

next. About Two Hundred Dollars ,ill meet the expei The above with Physical Geography, Physiology attached t it, the cost of which will not exceed May 21. 1859. 21Congress t CLQTJ.
Science of things. and 1st '
Algebra .
of in the Colles.Course. one dollar. /.Vt7 Gentlemen' fur
,3r The Hon. JOS. McCANTS c f lei a Boarding Pupil Regular I Book Latin.. .. . . . .. 20 00( Every part is detachable and adjustable to itself. *
No Middle Honda is 11th..) presented t.y bis (frienO Latin. >" One Tuition and Boaring For more advanced classes in Mathematics, The stock, which may be made of common pie iiiehing goods every

to the voters of the Mute for tUttion to the office I or feet mutt 9'be laid/.alfofshe in adiaxce. \ I Languages and Sciences. .. .. . 25 00( plank is I simply constructed and there being no. FRESH SUPPLY, just received and for sale 1 dcscripliou,youths cloth

.f Associate Justice of the Supriine) Court on the firllt tar further particulars apply to any member or For further particulais" refertnce is made to the retently weld in the iron part that the whole plow may t b by A E J LIVELY.May illI. /.

Monday iu October next. the Faculty. W C. BAS"; Stc.of Fac.Macou. published letter of Mr. Turner. readily put up by the cou.monest Smith after on< 14,1859.20 .
-0FE'IALE obtaining a correct pattern. The opinion of all who -______ I ALSO -
Ua, 10. 1859. 37-3t
35*" We are authorized to :announce Sept ----- --- DEPARTMENT. Lave seen and tried it is that it sill be the WhlteTeaiTDtlRr. I I. A full supply of !! tk and Colored Clotbs. .

lIon. ALEXANDER MtlHJNAlJ) a candidate for : ONLY PLOW USED Black and Fancy Spring Cassimer,
Au clate Justice t>f the iijireiue Court wf Floridico Notice. MISS SMITH will have charge of this Depart : EXTRA In.l No. 1 Groutid In pure Linseed Silk and Marseille Vesting, "
rp HE subset ibcr offer for sale 1111 place UNDEIL mClnt aided by MRS. CASE aDd MISS WILJsOX a soon as its met'Its are generally krioUu, and that .L Oil, just received and-! for sale by I Black Drab D la. Alpacm. Arabian Glacr.

"UICIT: : CRT.We IULL" within a ruile and a half of Tallahasse< LIST OF STUDIES: taking several years together. It will be bU a AMES part of plow expenses, being not Cnl.ttbe : Duck and Plain Linen.Bron. .
T" and two and a half of Del Air. The place contains present 21
:2, arc authorized to announce* Alphabet Spelling Reading Elementary! Arithtnetic most convenient but cheapest plow which can .
320 acres of as good Ian 1 as is to be found withi b Uiod I Grey and Black tilt mixed Spring Cwktiiigs
J. WAYLES: BAKER u a candidate for the officeof Elementary Geography Writing Englisl Farmers may fit their present supply of for suits.
the same distance of Tallahassee; with a new GIN] Guava and Curnht Jellies Prune'.
Judge of lie Middle Ji 14h.Circuit of Florida, HOUSE and SCREW and all out builings < Grammar Geography, Hatural"History, Philosophy Shovels aud Sweeps for this stock aid even knot LEOSS. Pickled Peach All of "..Ji.h'e sirs j-repareil In manufacture
necessary History of U. S.. Ancient Uistoiy Algebra and fix : Oysters,Brandy
at the ensuing Octvlxr tkction.P Astronomy the off their wrought Turning Plow
_____ _n U __ __ ___ and an unfailing well of excellent water. The Arithmetic, Science of things. Composition. for wings e!. Preserved Lmons. Oranges Pine Apples and promptly 10 the best antI must fashionable mAnl1 r.
We :authorized to announce House ie commodious and convenient containing Tbe tuition fees will coirespond with those in the Ginger.Grern Gage ,Lemon Syrup Rafp'|i Please give us a CALL.

MAXWELL FOOTMAN as a candidate forth twelve rooms, with store looms iuid closets, etc. t. ale departmeut except that each pupil will be lint this.PEELER'S berfy do..Strawberry do, Piue Apple du and Giu PRATOEIU3 A CLARK.
I will sell with the place m house and lot at the do, Raspberry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon. Lob t'r.i May 28 18S9. t2
ofiue of ChrL rt the Circuit Court for Leon countyat examined and then charge be made in accordance per .
Bel Air. ALSO Haddock. H.ilhbut und Shad. Assorted ride! ,
the c-iiisuiD lection iu October next. with the Btui'les' to be pursued. '
;; 23 YALUA11LE NEGROES.Terms MRS. BROWN'S Music Rooms are Dear the IANURR DISTRIBUTOR Scotch Ale nu.l Porter. WM. M. LAWTON & COAig. ./

We are authorized to announce made known on application.T. Academy end arrangements will be made to crtab.c: 30,000 Havana SeearsAMEb 4LIVELt.- F OPORS .

JAMES W. TU1EN *s a candidate for the office: W. BREVARD. girls i hilling to take lessons in music to do so without Patented June 21st 1S59 CIIAItIEVr0.\. C.
Clerk of the Circuit Court for Leon county at the Sept 10. 1659. 37Plantation interfering Tilth their other atuJiea.0 May 21. IS: 21 WM. M. LAWTOrr.n. .
ensuing election in October next.Veareauti'vriztd I A D A PIED to the sowing:nl.Jistributingof any -- Iiver"0ii.I WA isv RIO H r B A CUT,
kind of manure and fi.rtilizers w Letter fine or Cod .
for Sale. The scholastic year is divided into two sessions nf| I WINBORN LAWTON, Ja.
\ and either broadcast or in drill. Any cart or
requested 41 months each the first uf which will end ou HilL coarse THRESH AND PURE of the crUbraled" Brands" ._20, lS9. 3-3tn __ _.
.RY4ur Cler PLANTATION tie miles from Tallaha@lt'e. wngTHi on a plantation may be readily fixed for this __ ___
to announce COUJXCIL A. TilE i second RiinhtonV.F .
and thc let Clark t Co.
February on July.
the Baiubridge road known as the Scot land at a trifling cost. Any giving it A Hrg.ian. J II .
of the Circuit Court for Leon at the 'cftiiug purpose
J1.1nt.r Notice
cuuuty Tbe tuition fees will be paid iu advance at the by A LIVELY.
plantation containing 9dU Soul ,>f land. about 61 I air trial ali fluting! the above true will "lE
election in October next'liio of which are cleared having a new Dwelling and all commeuceraeut of each cession. have his returned. May 21. l"t9. Si_ SIX months after date, the undersigned will pre-
friends of DON ALLCAiliKOX necessary out builJings includi ; a new Gill house, The City Tallahassee will pay for each ecliolai: One of tbe reate_l/tbor raving Inventions-the his final account anti vouchers to b" Ju C Screw and Negro Ciibuu lk U .iJ.wiajha.jLdva'itigeously .bO' home .rt 1.lar, nf n'- t5.L.4., .'."& very U}"mg rlrh1er have.so fong nt'edeJ T US T RECEIVED-A suppiyofMrs.ALLEN'StJ : 'I of Prubate of Leon county, and apply fur a final iii-<.
: (Kont >,; iMinc to the_ voters of Loon divided.Pivpos her borders five dollars per session to be credited --<>.- < Hair Restorer and Zilobalsamnm. charge from the administration on the estate of R. A.
candidate fot CKik! of the Cjnu't! Cotrtat tile the tuition feet-the balance will be the For ale tt EL Y.
as a on paid by by AMES
electiou iu Uctubcr. iti ins l f. r the pure) a!e of the whole or any; Those wishing i to piucbaee State or County Right : Ll Shultr! deceased late of said county. |

---- --- part will be r..C'in'' iiLtil the 1st of December next, pupiL Each West of tbe Suwannee has the for either of the above luventious, or wishing to Leeome May SI, 1859.: __ 21__ ___ .I J. B. JEFFt.'OAT.r.'r.! -
and if not sol.l the p'jce will be for rent the ensuing county right agents for the sale o f rights, now lure an I Aug. 20. 1850. 84GnuTaylor's
to send, free uf tuition fees scholar to the male .
jetr. For trim, whiob may be at a long credit for wrtunity for gicat grain. English Linseed
nr:: We to announce and one to the female department, such scholars to Oi Cotton-Gins.
are requested I three fouitLs cf tie purc-buee apply to rue in Tallabassee. Ii Addre Rev. JAMES PEELER. '
be nominated the Board of ComlUi" A PURE ARTICLE boiled and side I .
JAMDS F. I L! RLY. ot CVnlretille.asacundiddti CEO. U. MEGINMS3 bj County IQtI- .
Tallahassee Floiida.My .
J5 fiv and Saw Gnat '
Cask Forty fifty always
for Tax: Ass-cAsor and Collector of Loon county aL Agent of Mrs. S. A. Bmox, era of their respective counties. by the or gallon. FORTY .
son, A. J. PEELER, will act -
a my A LIVELY. cud f>r sale
the election in October next. Sfft 10. 1859. 31SonNotice. I The diatinguifbed aid gratifying success which has place and is authonzed sill) lettltthil \E MtG1f
-- ----- -- -- attended both Departiutnts relieves the Hoard of t May 21 1859 21 I
or State Rights,or employ for the sale of : ____ ___ __u __ _
*" ty agents 6, 11159. :2-
Education of the of
Wo authorized
r-? to announce necessity recommending tithe the JAMES PEELER -
Jkltl"W.. >AL"M UI:' as a candidate for Tai I to the puLli .favor. The Board of Education ,il! June ZOo 1869. Sl-ly Compound I BROW'S DOUBLL CYLRLLR6OSAWGT -
.\e' sor u..l Ollecior! of Leou coutty at the elcc T OFFER for .ale tile Chrapmt PJantition in FlorJL continue to exercise a constant supervision over both
(lOll iu OctoU-r next. ida, lying.on the Shell Point Rnad 12 mill i I "i\l iljall iu their power lo nleck" the Iii ;iiution the .:.. : :
South of TalUh.tHsee Containing 1,780 acres-*$) I I ride, the ormrnunt and tbe blessing of our Stale University of Louisiana. I ,
\' authorized cleared-tbe baUnee! well timbered j-ioc InnJ,mixed D. S. WALKCll rJ'IIF.SE BITTERS are an infallible: remedy for A NEW INVENTION
rr c are to announce -0 I
.l'HJl.. RHODES fa a cMiiUkdnte for TuxAssesor with oak and hickory, most of which rilL product t President of the Board of Education. MEDICAL DEPARTMEAT."iTlHE JL DilouanJ all di"ldeu. arising from a deroge Per sale br HOPKINS 4 MEGINNISS.
from 20 to 25 bushels of corn per cere, or from 6uO( Sept. 8, 18&9. 3&-5w cndition lt digestive organs, Dyenepeia, Aug.:. ISS'J 33
Mild Co::..ctor of Lct>n at the culiuiDg i
Liver Want of
coUnty Low
ity, Complaint, Spirit Appetite -
to 1,000 lbs cotton The place is well improved will Annual Cottrseof Lectrres in this, -----
election ;ia Oct'ber.2r Depart
Ac For sale AMES &
______ h __ Dwelling House, Cistern (holding 7.000 gallons water PROCLAMATIONBy JL ment will commence on MONDAY: November by LYELY. Acres of Railroad
1859 21 250,000
h sut'. KniTous-Please} annouuce .) all necessary out bouses nujro quarter, sUble. 4th, 18S9aud will terminate in theeruiumg March May :1. '
I Iron Sugar Mill and F uma<-e. CIa house and Sere. I
AMES JONES M. D., Professor cf Practice of
j Lands for Sale.
I... JillLLY candidate for relcc
C. us A
4c ; all of which I will sell fur the email sum of! Medicine. SADDLES HARNESS :
tion the nrllce Tax .\ and Collector ( ,
to n-M/r oIxH
f:,OUO. on easy term I will also sel! my stock o( J. L. KIDDELL.XL D.Professor of ChenuBlry.VARREN 'MHFSE lan.U! are composed nf thus all
the election l in October II ANDC ,
>n CV.uLty at next
MANYOTEUS.. I 150 01 200 cattle with the pUce if a purchase! M. S. PERRY, GOVERXOB OF FLOHIDA.T'l'IlEREAS. STONE, 3!. D. Professor. of Surgery. ;. _L tions on either aide of Uae Tensacolj t Georgia

-_._--- - ---------- wishes it Come and look.fl'. N. TAYLOR A. U. CENAS. M D.. Pr fessor of Obstetric ARBIAG ER. Railroad, granted by tbe, United States aid Slate {.C
JUDGE 01' IMtOUATK.3C7" Sept 10. 1*S. 37-2t the General Assembly of raid USTAVUS A. NOTT M D., Profe strof Mate rioiiJatoaid in building this rOR" Those ouwofiered -
--- ---- > \ State by Resolution approved January 16th, ru Medica. are located on that part ol the liue extending
; : We are authorized and requested For Sale. 'I 1 IS5tf, entitled ReeolnUon to obtain the sense of the T. O. RICHARDSON Si. D Profi-sScr of Anatomy. from Tallahassee to Alligator a dialarce vf 105

to uniiouM JOHN S. MOK1MJ as a candidate 1'! e.'pe! of Floiida in regard to Annexation of West IIOMAS HUNT M. D, Prcfetsorof Physiology oiles. Most of them lire in the runty of'and frattI
for Judge (.f l'rulate ot Leon I-UULIj at the eneulig: 4\ FARM of 110 acres,consisting partly of Hami. Klouda! to the State of Alabama" directed that the and Pathologr. o the Suwannee River They embrace trrry .,ri. _
muck and partly cf Pine Land. all of rxcellenljuulifj "
October election.DCr Governor sLall by proclamation direct that a vote betaken .! D.) ety of soil (torn lam?) suitable merely fur timber and
tidies Madison E
t SJ C. II. Al.ut 20 Deruonxtriu'8 of
-- -- ----- --- Anatomy
-- -- for or agaiutt the annexation of Weet FlonJ.i W. .NICHOLS.M.D f} lavsl stores to the looet valuable tlrkctipUoD for tbe
under .. the .
:: We are authorized to acres fen' On pl.ice there is a well bull I
announceI Alabama : The Rooms for Dissecting will be open on tbe see >rodutti&n of Sea Island and Short Cotton Sigar
and all
W. OWYNN &s a candidate for reelection to dwelling house necessary out buildings.A Xme, thrrrfvre, I, M. S. PERRY Governor of the ond Monday in Oco1 r. Rice Corn,Tobacco and oilier ajricnlttrnl prodlict.f
be bad if
the ffice of Jud; of I'nl of:" county at. the I oilIer bargain tract of 250 may acres adjoining! applied the for a.e.111 soon. An-be State of Florida, do hereby order that I he Judges oi The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeon Florida. A large proportion ire pine land based

election in October IK-XL I 501(1 with it if desired. Apply to J. L. Miller. Esq Probate for the several Counties open a poll at pre- Qf T the Charitylupital 00 clay with dense aud large forest growth, reseinb-
----- ---- --- --- -- at Madison C. 11 to the nubbcti'n'r at I tinct in their respective counties in th' manner pro The accompany the Professors in their having purchased(1 the stuck in ling much the best pine hidi o.Buker county Reoria -

:2, Ac arc uiutioiizvd to announceCoL :"l.nda. or ISAAC Tallahassee AULD. I icnbed by said Resolution and make due returns isifs, and free of expense enjoy extraordinary practical TIE uc1ueigf. D. E. Hull and taking the well- ; with the dilTertnce In their KV&r that clnnate

A. P. AMAKKK.M candidate for Judge of Sept. 10. 1859. 3-tf Iheieuf to the Secretary of this State. advantage known stand so long occupied by him, will continuethe and proximity to the seaboard make them admif jby!

Probate of Lcou county at the ensuing October ---- -- la testimony whereof, I have hereto let my Preliminary to the Course Lectures. will be deliv- business in all hs branches, trusting by strict attention adapted for the prodaction of Sea Island Cott"O and
election. hand and earned to be affixed the great e'd daily in the Amphitheatre of the Hospital,from to business to receive a Sugar. The best recommendation of Ibeee lands sill
-- Notice.S [u a] Seal of the State of Florida. Done at the time hat of October, o Clinical Medicine aid Surgery.alld lilera1. II PURDY. be fjund in the crops of corn, sugar eane.lonj and

_____ ('OJ _T SUIt VEOII. *_ IX Months after date I mall)) present my final Capitol in the city of Tallahassee, this lilt other subjects without any charge to students Tallahassee July 1 6. 859. hort staple cotton now growing on them and ajja-
dill of Seprember, A. D, 1859. THOMAS HUNT. M.D.. Dean. I cent and similar lands, which those to .
r'7 We autffbrized ac'" uiit and vouchers to the lIon. Judge of Probate ----- wishing pur.i
arc ty announce
J. U. JEFFCOAT: candidate for Surveyor of Leon county, as administrator ot the Estate M. S. PERRY, Governor of Florida. Time Administrators of the Charity Hospital ele-t Southern Plows, Corn Shelters, &c. i chase are rcqacbted to call aod examine. The purbasera .
a* a County oC John S. Wilcox, deceased, late -f said By the Gt vernor-Attest: inuullv.. in April, fourteen Resident StudeuU, wboAre II i 'will hare access to both the Gulf! ami Allan
at the t1eetiuiii l O.,1.'r county.
ensuing next.r .ad a-k for a litehare from Raid administration F. L. VILLEPIOCC. Secretary of State. maintained by the institution. A. F. MATHER & CO., tie ports of Florida to which our roads are now tuilt
--- - -
The uudcrsigncd'm'I; I- ; JAMES BARFIELI Ad-nt'r. J3f Onimenia] Advertiser, Marianna Patriot Ang. 57, 1859. 35 No. 54 VESEY STREET, I and being extended, luA on tt.e completlno of fins
Sept. 10, 1859. 376mNotice. Peusaeola Observer Tallahassee Sentinel Independent NEW TOKK CITY.AF. I l Minectiun of the Pen>aoula J.imllCU as a candidate for County Mi,e\or nt the" Press. Jacksonville Standard and Peninsular Savannah Medical College. M. A Co.would respectfully inform South- : Main( Trudk road of Georgia the principal part of
October dectioa I. M. IL1KiSIJEICI .
ensuing copy until day of election, and forward accounts. for Merchants and Dealers in AoairvrrcBALIMPLIMIM these lands will tc in ten boars travel of Savannah.
---- -- -- -- eltlemeot. TIE Seventh Annual Course cf Lectures in this *. that they are still Ji>scrAcrrRiNo all They are at present in about 24 boors travel.f both.

I" I. i A LL persona having claims or demands against Sept. 3, 1P53. 86 will commence O the second Moo- kind!of both Steel and Iron SorniESit 1'111. PLOW Charleston and Savannah by steamer to FeroapdJoR
OWe: are authorized to announcer. .LJL the eatateof J. 1. L. Green dccease late ofLeoll ------- ----- -- ---- --- day the fouiteentb. of November tnt yASTIKGS,COKX SIULElS, GaAix CaASlPj, HitaudStAtK and thence by nail aJ, Ao. l,, Alligator. These

DAMLL JUlLNtOK as a Candidote for Sheriff couuty are notified to present them to the un- For Sale!! Preliminary lectures will commence on tbe first of CUTTHS, FAX MJL STORE Tarcss. GABDEX inds were granted fvr f.ailroad purposes and Uieroceeds

of Leon County at tile election in October helL lersigned within the time preseiibed by law, or this ovember. and CAXAL BA1n1" iix GiJta, STCMMT CASTINGS. ofthe tales are to be applied to tie jmr-
notice will l 110 plead in bar of their recovery ; and all A VALUABLE WATER-POWER s.nLL FACULTY : to. expressly! for the SOCTIIEBX. : TBAM. Also, cLue of iron fir the road already graded or the
nj:5 We are authorized to announce persons indebted are requested! to make immediate : (Grid Mill attached)with 600 acres Pine Land. I D. ARNOLD M. D, Professor of Theory and ea> all kinds of AoaicfLrvaAL A>ID UOBTICCL- grAding of which i* in rapid progress of eoml.r' t. -

RICHARD SAUXDERS as a candidate) for re-dec- >:tvment The Mill is sit tinted about the centre of the tract ofland Practice of Medicine. band. MACH1XEBT. To effect Ibia object (the purchase of iron.)prompt

tion to the office ol Sheriff of Leon county at the ELCY GREEY.dm'x and 8 miles from Station N.. 2,, Pen. & Oeo. P. M. KOLLOCK. M. D, Professor Obstetrics and Cc.: which PLEEI we sell at SUI raicE FERTILZI.a any sales are desirable, and I invite the irmediatestien.
n. and of mile: from et. lb
11. said) road.
election in October next..JL'STJCE Sept. 10, 1859. 37-8w 1 a Diseases of Women and Children.! otbe in the United States. Web In a De- fio n of all persons wishing such property and partiturljr .
Fur further information apply to the aadeisignedn W. BULLOCH M. I). Professor individuals and 1 Jeairoca
O. ,
-- --- Surer.J. 10iptiv Wholesale Priced Cataloue.which we will e.mpaLtit'1 pfrehasg .
Plantation the premises, or by letter. B.READ.'M. D. Professor Mlt furnish in large quantities,
OF TilE PEA(" for Sale. n Meic. on application bllil or otber.is. All
Address C. C. BYRD JRIAH UARKISS, M. D. Goods warranted be TEmiia.-One thirJ cash, and"the laturfe i lactic
We are requested to announce "pHE subscriber offers for sale tbe Plantation lying Bailey's Mills Florida. N. A.'PRATT. M. D, Professor Chemistry. .< t A.a.represented.. MAYHER & CO. and two years with eight per ceuU interest rarabU

EDWARD M. WEST. }... .as a candidate for the .5. five miles East of Tallahassee, on the St September *, 1669. 8&- m W. It WARINO. M.D.Professor Anatomy. lend for our Lirt. No. 64 Vesey N. Y. annually in adrance.

office of Jn lice of the Peace for Leon county at the Augustine Road known as F.uotleroIt contains J. GODFREY, M.D..Demonstrator of Anatomy. Suoe&or Pie ilajher Co. ( St estab Settlers on these lands are requested" mate ar.

ensuing election in October nextSELECT 1,200 acres, more or lees of as good laud as DAILY EXPECTED, Clinical Leetores at the Savannah 10pitll. twice shed the business in 1820.) 0 ediafe application fa me by letter at Tallaliasse

eau be found iu Lean County ; together with tbe Neroes. Our Fall & Winter Goods I Dra. Arnold and Bnloh tt'ir respee. Aug. 20, 1259, 3i-3m WALTER OWYSNAg ,
Horses, Mules Stocls of all kinds, Corn. F.d-- wH These are lectures .pt Pen. 4 Oeo. R. R.Co.

ciith bbrrtisrmrn.ts.. der! ic. coisiimie OFGROCERIES. livered a the Hospital far the benefit of Students. PROSSER'8 PATENT July 80. IS&J. 31-6m .
He will also fell the unditided: balf of that Tract DRY GOODS, HAT S.HAltDW Agreeably to the conditions of tbe State Donation, .

f1f f Land lying two miles East of Bell-Air. planted ARE. CLOTHING. one Student from each Congressional l District will betakei :AP-'DE -Just'Receiv d

SCHOOL. and occupied by Pettis & Chair, known as" Cor- I CORN SHELtERS free of charge.Applications .
IRON Las"t
nucopia." U contains about 2,000 acres ol Clay and BOOTS i SHOES. PAINTS 4 OIL with ttecesaary vouchers mtyt bemce BOILER TUBES. By tocmaz45i

--0-- Pine' land. Also tbe undivided half of all the Stockon For tale cheap by BOND & CO. to tbe D..al J I /f fVJ BARRELS FLOUR

MRS. L. E. GRANT wido of the late Profes the place, together with the plows hoes 4c. Lloyd. Aag. 21. 1859.85 Fe for entire Course of Lecture .1105 00 article necessary to the TUBE r 10 bblL Sugat

John A. Urant. returns br grateful aekoowledgement BEN. CHAIRES Jr.Trustee to Matriculation ticket(paid once). 1 0 EVERY and to DRIL. in tbe 2 bbls.Dried Beet u

to hr friends and patrons for their Ben. C. and Octavia J. Chaires. Cotton.1A8H .. DemoMlrator's Ticket...... 100 beat ruaonrr. SE 3 LM. Lard

kntdntsa since her residence in Tallahassee and respectfully Sept. 3. 1SC9. 36.tf ADVANCES made on Cotton by Graduating Tube CLEANER. Steel-Wire and Whalebone S Tierces Ham,
solicits a further share of their patronage. ------ Lloyd Aug. 27, '69. 35 BOND &CO. "'r further particulars apply t 10 Sacks Coffee

She wiU open a Select School for Misses also a few Notice.'PERSONS WM. 6. BULLCH, Dean. BRUSHE ARTESIAN WELLS Ac, Screwed 10 Cults Bacco,

boys from seven to twelve years old.at list residence Bagging and Rope lilt fl, 185. 5t getbei, flasn both sides, or with Conphns either Chea foroub. tL A. 8RLfEJr.l.ug. '
the house formerly occupied by the late Dr. Auld. living in tile country when sending litside or inside.THOMAS o. 5. 1859. U
The scholastic year will coinmet.ee on the 18th for tbvir Mail will please send an order far it. I ''Rwleby BOI D & co. NOTICEDO ; : SON. l '_
September aud close 16th July. M. NASH P. M. _L1 LJcyd Aug. 21, 18511. 35 PROSER"
28 New York. Notice.
0TERMS Sept.3.1t59. 35 LAND PUECHASEES. St .

TOE THE YEAR: j Wanted to Hire, :HE Subscriber bating a much lrr Tract of _Aug. 20 I860. 8i-Sm ON'.aoJ alter this with1 date)in'W. '

f Primary Clasa, $TO-?d Class |30-5d Class f 40. Sundries.I i -1! OR 20 GOOD HANDS to work on the Rail. .1. .Land thU be can cUltivate, ( 3,2-0Icr.) WM. D. MeDOfflLD CO'S. K'OOlIB'S In. *".* eItvfl4',

No extra charge lor Embroidery or }French .'. I ALE ROPE AND TWIN, _1 Lf/ road for a few mouths or until Christmas for berebJ offers a part of it for sale; ami with a view COTTON: V .. gotey. tJi .
ornamental I ,hh liberal wi'.l be of W. L. to accommodate purchasers, will: divide h out intoIman trtlsn AU letters @ end'.eES u,
drawing patterns. Other branches the i Nails of alii kinle waje* git en. Enquire. Q mmnim JDUt, 'k'iROV
of from four to MX acre be adJreMet to Pen fIJ
\ Master
usual iusen. of tract bnDde
charges.IncioViJul Rio and Java CotUe.Clroit'e tch .
Expenses $1. Carolina Rice, "I Road.J.. L. RANDOLPH, Sapt This s ia Leon and J efin .eoontt f,li No. 102 NASSAU S MIn orders 10 b- r"tier) aine In&a
!' east Tallahassee .; tLe body the tract beiojr. I NEW them redy tor C'July30 01IJ.J 11....
Pupila required to furnish their own desks or a Fresh Florida Arrow Root I August 1889. 85-3t [Scot copy. 'mn o
mall table aud chair. Brown Crushed nod Granulated Sugar iod hickory, with foti skirted on theD'b .4Cpegf3( dr. t1abo.t
Pupils Le I and west with pine land Advtrtilnt will b received u abovt. f pub- ." '.
are required to punctual in attendance Superior Burning Fluid Wanted Immediately. It .
of fine timber Time tract .852.;,
also lictn i Uo -
to may .i' "
aludy at least two hours out of ci-bool every lamp and Linseed Oil, ppr. :
Jay. Pure White Lead awl Turpenlio. JLAD from 14 to 18 years of age, who writes a ha I divided that a fair proportion of cleared land .u,. l 54 .; <

No pupil received far a lea time Uu 0 halt a tea Wheeler A Wilton's Sewing sprite Machine Needles ..t1. good band aDd is correct ia fignrra as an n-. will fall t each tract} nr fart bn well watered P t8ti ,: --
I (taut in tin Railroad Office at St.Marks branch *. i it l .
siaa unless b wi spring ran tfcreogU New Wheat Honr.C
special .
: ) agreeiuenUo Heavy and Light Cotton Osnaborgs. tc, Ac .
To the and is t't 7 E -
deJuctwn one possessing above joalifieaUoo : three-quarter of a mile oo the north aid Ofcourse .1. D01r .
except M ease of protracted aloes Now in Store and for isle by -
Pajinwit lialfin.aJrar.ee. : d J.1IEGINNISS. willing to make himself generallf useful a tit will U'IID for tbemstlv**- 5 \ BAREL'\ WHEAT FLOUR r Ud.ads lor PlatJtaJ'U' DI F f.t!

-"f" l If', I I8T.V; :>; f::'*. ro"1: 1! Aiig ?7, I JS5 35 n.-it piifln.-u/:7'n.i jf ntt'ltl A 1 r.-'!to A. J. *Sl..tanka." g f I Tetm.At'witSTl353.pasr: WILLIAM 85-41 GER3AY. Atmj.\ 20!,. li,1. .:4 : h MEGINXIf. .I I tLe.UlJ or pa.'en BOrKIlfS td :atl. 'I.... ..

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TJie Floridian & Journal WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, AeSMANN"s. HOSTZTftttlH'g WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S -r----r eZicWhite, "

Is SATURDAY. : TALL IEON HOOPS ; G roviid 0>'.) r t tI

TAMES s. JONES & en As. E. DYKE:, f .MAXUKAOTUKEH OF CorrERTif AX)) SHEET: I -. )be(34 7a'ae.z., ( BT TilE STATE Of GEORGIA.) I I VY Ie>" and beautiful White dii rt Innl&lemannC.etor.

t in advance. IRON \V AU):, WHOLESALE AND RETAILDCAI.KB I Price C cents I .Izatszecp; 0.,0.IJp.IJl8t;JSUiotnComplaint 5- I I and offer it to (the fuLIic 1 itb most |,rf.
At Two TV annum, -
>LLABS per per .
I *, morbid inaction ..as p-wnlrg[ ALL ;
: i.\ Pi.ux, FANCY ANI) JArAxSkoWAKE. I .less than of tU Stomae\ :r. Crampt Capital Prize $50,000 f. tihh render I Faint MOST( th QtALTI,1iz: usINCOMPARABLE
j One sq.ar of 12 lines or 1_,first insertion" 11 00 60 I Stove flrndQnarlOii.A I ANY 'one'' as considering a tnateital I view of (the fact that every memb of TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS S: rl'O all FO 01uts QJALfllNEVER If.?-_,
11 t t each subsequent the human family w more or less to .
lNJUP.no of tU
Card, inserted t I 0 SPLENDID assortment ofCookin Parlor will be surpiieed that it i TJ1 ..11
1 DrofeMwoalauJ: Business at l i'r: S some of the above complaints besides innumerable -- -- ---
S and Wood Stoves,tritnmed with ncatnMn fl since. In Us security, in life which I men cr iinattsi.f I" I,painted aarini.iI..la1)URABILITY
other conditions WOOD EDDY CO.
annum. $ Managers,
: in tie MOST I FXPCs-ED Sill'A
: and reduced T5JI .helming reason for its
Advert-semenU not marked with the number f.r| durability price by the assistance of a little knowledge or
I The Pirrf.es iu the Se> Successors to S. SW.CO.. TIONS. ,,.d n" GKEAT: SUrF t \inLevI .
I b cooUuued untilf.jibid and exercise of be able I ROnT\-
; trill! charged ,they
io't"lh.ns Out Door "'or',. common sense may in all LasS
I main cause of its not being [ ; so to their habits of diet and I tl uri us li.to.I.KI Iltn
ft i accordingly.J : Hoofing.Ornamental Front Heads,Guttering. regulate Wit following 3ehtra tietufiiie' l.. For
I Copper now that objection is will be drawn by WOOD, n arrlird. fl. ,
Jtitiftsates of publication of 1 legal i will nut be given until the advertising fee is ,I and Tin Conducting Pipes.Sheet Lead.Sheet. leans Press the laigest in health. order to accomplish this A Co., Manaera. nf the Sparta Academy A)1E A LIVELY

"paid." Zinc. Lead Pipes. Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work ence over rope. The desired object, 1 true course to pursue is, LUeIY. in thei Single l Number Lotteries May" SI, 189.: __21_ ____ _

H 5- ( of every variety done at short notice. the improvement: of one ( erialy.that which will, produce a naura September,1859, Augusta.Georgia,in public MILES. NASH &. CO.
-- \ City and Country lY1.'r( hnnr5 adopted from the fact. that state at the least hazard ,under (lie superintendence of Commissioners.

1 Land for Sale. j Arc respectfully invited to give me a call befoie put periment combine the strength thing ; fo th js end Dr.Hostellerhas ('Ia.s SC lraV1 Saturday Stptemlxr 8, 1S5P.Clan I Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &' ,
offers for sale 1730 acres of i chasing elsewhere.i and facility of application iotuc t this count a preparation 37 Jratrt Saturday, tfrftrmlvr 10, 1859, received from New Yerk per bark R.H.Ouro-
l TpnC underhigtied : N. B. All articles mannfactued from is so prepared as to require MACH 38 Dravt I If59. I JUST .
JL Land 'lying in Jefferson Count v-1060 acres of i : the very callt. HOSTETER' Cia. Saturday Srptembtr 7. a general assortment of articles iq ur line,
i4 S of I Lest material and warranted durable. :No other art. Fin!'. Tins obviating the is not a neW Clan 39 Drawssals.rd.sy,Krpttwbtr 24. Ig59. such a* Oils of almost kind Burning Fluij,
which ,.itbm a ebmt distance Station 2,on the f every
sf lay lewill be offered for sale. at the sea beard cities. medicine, but one that ha been tried for
Window Claim
and other
r White paints 91
) PcnsMCola A Georgia Railroad, and 650 acres are in October 20 1855. The hoops are sent of years giving satisfaction to all who, have OX THE PLAN SINGLE NUMBERS. L.J.l.o
42RICHARDSON'S anj I best .Brushes, Sods Sparklii.gOelatitw.
? the neighborhood of Wskeenah. and within 6 or 7 feet and full used it. The Bitters powerfully quality.! Pota.h
a guarantee upon -- ------
;I miles of Station 1. Both tracts bave the necessary' 'I ---- -- --- ---- nor Hoops shall break. : the stomach, oprt liver, restoring 50,000 I .London Mustard Brandy(very bet.)

1. improvement, such as duelling: houses,negro cabins bound in them t.lmll!be them to a healthy and vigorous Tickets for medicinal pUlf.Spices pePrr.\Lmo Bue'I.I Sjrip
Gm houses, Ac. thus by the of strengtheningnature I Inks Quinine, PerQtian Bark ,
simple PRIZES !
at the Orleans Press 5,485
S e as process t
I EDWARD A. WILLEY. m.: is :DEE LINENS enable the to triumph Ac,Ac, and a assortment of Popular Patent
system over
weight per bale is about NKAELT ONE PEIZE TO EVtfcV NINE TICKEtTS *gnera
S73mCoDartnersMp DAMASKS DIAPERS Ac. disease. Diarrhoea flux I Medicine. \ none but the very bt std
July 2. l8. ; pound more or less. dysentery or 1
-- --. -- --- --- of IticiiAarrt.v's Linen, and those contracted and to merit your
CONSUMERS To show tke opinion Ship generally by neW.etter JAGNIPCE.YT SCRE.VEI hop patronage.MILES
obtaining the the I NASH, CO
I jfnuine goods, the principally by t
Notice. see that the articles they purchase are sealed with give have following among cause diet will be speedily regulated wat by a TO B Daawaz.a&'u UnD!T 1:SEPTEMBER! Match 29, 1856 18
he full of the 11'e : 1 Prize 0(... .$50,000 1 Prizes of. I 500 ------- -- -
( "V\7 E have this day: associsted with u* iu the mcr- ( name firm, The brief of this Dyspepsia, I ..
S V e : undersigned a disease which is prpratou. prevalentwhen 1" .. 20.0 50 500 !
T cautile business r.ICHAUDSON SONS A OWDEN cotton compressed with Fa. i ..
taken in all its various forms than ,1" .. 10,000 I 10 400 BLACK-SMITHG
MEAGHER. as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the and Ties hereby recommend .. 1
R. A. any other; the cause of which may alwaysbe 1" .oO 'I' I 0 .. 30 TiE
S Goods. being well sod and has
The busincsi will therefore be conducted in future compressed attributed derangements of the digestive 1 ...4.000 .. town opened a
; iI t bar
This caution is rendered essentially never breaking when thrown the with Mr.Kuhn's
necessary as same building
be fail 1" 100
can by 3,0001! 100 :
under the and of organs curl .
I name style large quantities of inferior and defective: Linens are or when stowed: IIOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT. nave Shoes, opposite the Exchange .

S HEIR, RUST &, CO. prepared season after season and sealed with, the L L. Condey Capt. using per directions on the bottle. For .4j.pror'sctioa Prues. I of Black-smithing will be done with
S stand and trust that name of Kiehardon, by Irish Houses .who regard A Robinson, TER a physician will recommend 4 Prizes of$400 appro'g. to '30,000 prize are 1.600 despatch. He can refer with tntidenco tll"
S j 4, They wil1 continue at the old less of the injury thus inflicted alike on the American James Tomas Bitters every of some then why not 300" 20,000 1.200 xrho bare patronized him heretofore for the ebaraet-jr
bestowed -
.5 the very liberal) patronage heretofore upon I con'umerand' the manufacturers of the genuine Goods A. Talbot U use an article lind. be infallible t 4 a 250" 10.00" l.uOO of his woik. FRANCIS PAYNE
the old firiu will be extended to the new. will not readily abandun a business so Profitable John Dean. t 8, 8. 2-tf
4 225"
their Bitters
HEIR .{; RUST. I Every country have as a preventive 6.0" 9(1( January If
S L I while purchasers can be imposed ou with Goods of a John C. Wilner.U of dia and strengthening 4" 20 800 --------
ii ( July 1, lEo .9. 27 worthless character.J. H. Kopprnholdt .. the system in general and among them o 4 fl U 0" 3.rj1 4.09 f. 60 P. B. BrOKA w's.
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BULLOCKE & J. B. LOCKE Agents L P. Merill.fC there is not to be found a more healthypeople 4 I 100" 1.60" I

:Broome & Thompson, 36 Church St., New York. The price of Hoops and than the Germans, from whom this .OOO prizes of 20 ;u,.. .... .. .. .. ... .10.000 40 LIVERY ABU SALE STABLES
Sept. 1&. 1858. S8lyLivervand per pound. Liberal preparation emanated, based upon scientificexperiments

c Fern.nn.d.1.n.a: F1n. _.- -. - .-- ..- for city acceptance and all ( which has attended to advance .485 Prizes amounting to. .. ,. .. .. ...$320.000 I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
f -0-- Sale attention by the destiny of this great preparation in tho THE Proprietor would in- A f
S Stable. TicwarslO Huns $5 QuAaTzsal. >
r PIlE undersigned hare formed a eo-partoenhip __ 12$ Commercial Place. medical scale of sience. WHOL --; ---;.- hi.friends and the JLC5t \ '
JL under the name of BROOME t THOMPSON i I U1"U L; undersigned gives notice New Orleans June 11, '59. t" Remember that Prize iu the above public, that be has rebuilt his Q_ S
_ every
I .1. that he has Brick Stables, at the old and is
of purchased FEVER AND AGT] aald.
ior the transaction a Scheme is drawn, and payable in full without de are .01
the Livery Stable of prepared to accommodate his and
GENERAI COMMISSION BUSINESS William H. : This trying and provoking disease, w'ulch fixes duction. 'UtU
NewsomiuTaflahaaeeetogetherwiih the He also has attached to hi" Stables,a good Black
in the city of F maodin:.. They will give prompt good will of the establishment and that he is now relentlea grasp on the body of man,reducing him t -: :- smith Shop where be willhsve bare all kinds'of
of cotton and other prepared to the business all its tranche a men shadow In a abort S'&of time,and rendering Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow Plantation dOD
: attention to the ale or shipment carry on work HOMe sboing.not 'work in
produce. and will make liberal advances on consign and promises the public with good accommodations 1m pbdclr and mentally useless, can b deee rates which is the risk: the very beat manner promptness and die
their friends his line and Anren from the body by the UK of IIOSTKTTER'8 ot Package 10 Whole Tickets. .$S0 aJo
rncnta for sale! here,or for shipment Ui in in on reasonable terms.KICHARD! Certifcate o I patch.
RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, any of the above a 10 Half 40
SAUNDERS. Novembers, 185$. 44
5 1$ Savannah, Charleston N. York or Liverpool. Sep. 6, 1856 36BLACKsmTJilliG stated diseases can not b contracted when.' t JO Quarter 20 j __ ____. ._ __ .

S They will negotiate in the principal markets of the any ordinary condition phlcn tem i the Bit 10 Eighth 10 Carriages, Buggies, and Harness,
V United States, the sale of Bonds isued by the State ( I I as per doD. An I it neither create* -- -5
** _by the sereral Railroad Companies-by the ooun DR. T. J. nausea nor offends the palate,and rendering unnecessary SPARTA ACADEMY LOTTERY For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.

tics, or incorporated towns, and other gocd securities THE SUBSCRIBER gives no- T A OULD return his any change of diet o Interruption t usual pursuits THE Subscriber has just received! ,
S and will receive and execute orders for investment ___________ that be has opened his|" IT to the citizens of ,but promotes sound sleep and healthy digestion, Olctss 5X43, r J_ very large supply of Carriage
J in the mine. They will attend to the purchase [BLACKSMITH SHOP again inconnection dle and East Florida, for the the complaint b thus ro.e I speedily a Is con Draws Wednesday Nc.September 28'A 1859. Baggies and lamtsl.which he offer
or sale ofREAL with his LIVEET: STABLER; where he will received from them during ant with the production of a thorough and {xrma- for sale on the most ter..
Lave done all kinds of Plantation and Carriage work. lie will continue the neat cure. November 18.1854. 46
I ESTATE IN TillS( CITY, sion in those sections of OX TiE THREE NUMBER PLAN1. _. ,
ALSO- For Persons in advanced yearsWho ------- -- --- -- -

S or in any town or county in the Middle 'afern or HORSE SHOEING in the best manner arrangements with are suffering from an enfeebled constitution and Numbeis . 14 Drawn Ballots. CONSUMPTION f AN OLD INDIAN DOCTOR
Southern Ditlrictt of Florida. Persons haviag suchYvperty very ale North, as to enable him UNCAS BRANT .
I I : O and will use endeavor to have workdone Infirm body,these Bitten are a while I
for sale will do well to furnish them plats, every teeth, in any of the popular Ivauabl. r ------ -- CURED. the Indians of
L i : .* h .:' And mother while
rt: Jil ieCte price terms, Ac: with the name of some P. B. BUOKAW. the came in the South; (he b.ppr t a nWng. a RARE PLANT that' to
these Bitten where themother' proves
t f'iion 'i '\myill show the property on application. -J.lOulr11.1859.: 1 guarantees them to be as : : nourishment a I Is especially the demand 1 GRAND PRIZE OF $30,000. CONSUMPTION. b, a certain cure lo eumpuoD1Bronchitis
1tM. t PV?> wn.' attc* J to the settlement efcUims against I Plank Road An ERVicCABLC: as can be put up : the child, her strength t must yield, 1 Prize of .. $13,742 J I 6 Prizes of ...$1.500 A.tbma Con.
t et.ate? Government smiccs Eight! Those i in need of his INr91 0 cnuclU CURED.
the }'edC'a or fur 5 Prizes of .. f 10 Piizesof .. .. 600 plsintNervous AffectionsCougbs, _
War. or.// him : and here It I where a good tonic,inch J
Indian note to at either I .UOe'eStmah
3 ulKUtaU dating the recent r j M1E undersigned having purchased the entire in- I Ac Colds, te. Having now his
p their Commission Department, JL have the work done and time BUen U neede t Impart temporary strength ec. : tr., I Its atldition. to I terest of the Georgia & Florida Plank Road fortuiw and from ,
and to the system. should by means 84.412 PRIZES AMOUNTING TO CONSUMPTION retire
::1f. undcrncd have purchased the entire Company will put the same in good travelling order. log for itty vigr L.te a .:r',9G2 be will send prescription and
all of ,and before
try remedy cases debility a.dutog. -
: Jjp' I STOC of GOON of Meurs. ELLIS & THOMPSONto I This may be relied on. The rates rf tolls I have reduced December: The best 25. 1868.references 53 ask your fo physician, who, if he is acquainted WnoLK TICKETS $10; HALYIS *5 ; QvArmut | 5- I CURED direll for preparing the. mcdi1-
some 25 cent. To BelA'uwishing to all desire
pet at dneltt' rfciargt -
4 addition* at nu early persons ,- .0
I will make large -
!i with the virtues or wIt recommend their
iJ which they ----- ,
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to contraci by the suitable deduction it, and will send to his
constantly on hand an exten I season a In ordering Tickets or enclose the agt'nII ,
will in all weakness. Cf'rifcate.
i S:i- d.y.ivc'and They assorted Stock of I will be made. But the ruinous credit... tem so R. A. use caws 0 money to our address for the Tickets orleret, on receipt CONSUMPTION enclosing two stamps ((6 cents,) t
I well 1 1t abused in this region and on this road I can't stand. now receiving and will CILTION.-We caution the public against of which they will be by mail pay the return Idl. with a tie.

Dry (!oods, lists Boots & S1io?;, Clothing, 11 Somebody must pay f for using the road. Suitable Is and sell cheap for cash, a using any but of ask the for many"imittion.. or: cotta Purchasers can have tickets ending in soy figure they II CURED. scrption of thir symptoms. The

SaddJery and Harness, Groceries, (Liquors deductions made to those running I 6) and 6 mule RIES. such as tufllt STOMACH BITTEDS, and see that CJUB&.TE each bottle may dll 'te. Old Doctor ha cured more then

excepted,) Pro\1bions, 1'Ianta- teams by the seasonihen arrangements are made Bacon I MOM Pork I has the words.Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be SOOO eoM of Cotuvmption alone,

ii tion Utensils, Doors, Windows beforehand.: JERE RICHARDS. Flour, I I Lard |I Bitters" blown on the side of the bottle,and sent to purchasers immediately after the diawing. COrSU1P0:and hopes all afflicted people will

Ii 4 Mate. Richards Mill. April 9. 69. 16 (Plain and ) stamped on the metallic cap covering the W Purchasers will please write their signature CURED. avail tbem.elye of this opportuni-
n and other Building ------ ---------- Syrup. I Yankee Beans, | '! | cork and observe that our autograph signature plain, and give their Post Ofce County and State. ty, a the Doctor wi.bea &d all

p 'r rials',Furniture.Iroh, Aromatic Tonic Bitters. And all other articles usuall on the laboU All prizes of $ under paid i sue the good b. can before b .-

Hardware and Cutlery, Castings, and a great and on plantations.A I t after the drawing-other prizes at the uil CONSUMPTION Address all letters toDANIEL -
I and BITTERS and! sold
Delightful Invigorating gPrepare4
s of other articles. rl'HEsE lot of Irish Potatoes and sy BOS a time of thirty days. ADEE
variety invaluable article for those afflicted with
; SMiTH Pittsburgh Pi. sy CURED. Box 8531 P.O ,
Also hand of .
AH of which they will sell at Wholesale or Retail Dyspepsia Indigestion or loss of Appetite and those sold on low. a quantity Druggists, all. aal .al rrwmrnrhrvngbsit IOTICK T COKI8PO DE'TS Who i his sold

: IT5 .for CASH Country Produce or good commercial acceptances who are suffering from Debility incident to recovery *January 22. 1859. 4 ( .Hr States, Canada,S.ith Those who prefer not sending money by mail can 18 9. 1-ly qnLJanoarl. .
at ices that will farvorabty! from sickness I latitude attending Warm Climates the Adamt
) I i pi compare or) use Eu hereby
I j with those of any city in the South.. We invite merthauta I j will find in (tile Aromatic Tonic Bitters a valuable Insolvent America and Germany. for llckets. in sums of$ Conpfy. ., cnn b.entas Notice.SIX 5-

ti I and all other purchasers to examine our stockS :I remedy bracing AU') renovating the system SCOVIL a MEAD at oar risk and from any city ... .
I ID. State of epDe. ( months after date the will
JAMES E. BIIOOME NEW ORLEANS have The undersigned
: when prostrated. LA. where they money and order pre-
5- S \Y. TIIOMTS JN. Directions fur use accompany the Bottle. County t10rida'1 Wholesale Agents must be enclosed in a Government Poet Office his fnzlnconots a vouchers to the Judge

'j -I February 19,1859., -3-ly -- -.-- Prepared and sol EDWARD
Leon deceased and ask to be therefrom,
county .. county discharged
MEDICAL NOTICE. Dru'/get: and Apothecary. All communications strictly confidential.
*, S April $0..IS5Ois: office' of said county a written 9. 859. 15-ly Address Order for Tickets or Certificates to JOS.JOHN WILLIAMS, AdmV.
S --0- icves the estate of the said March 12. 1859. ll-6m
-- -- -- --------
solvent therefore notice i is WOOD EDDY t CO.. Augusta,Georgia. -
For Sale. sons having claims against & Pen. & Geo. or. WOOD, EDDY I CO., Atlanta, Georgia.or Insolvent Estate Notice,

S : Drs. Taylor & Bond, A GOOD TWO HORSE CARRIAGE tile the same with the RAIL ROA.DS. WOOD EDDY A CO, Wimino. DeL
State of
S AVEsssodate4inthepralietOfMediCine.t OfJLJL AND HARNESS for county,on or before the 20th t A list of the numbers are ... from Forida l
iL : sale. Apply to when there will be a pro rata County Ln J rLItLEON
fice at the OLD STM of Dr.Taylor. said the wbeel with the amount of the Prize that each M. administrator of tIe
of the
1 P. B. BROKAW. estate amongst WHIE.
TallahsesceFeLuarJt: 859. D. W. one to, will b published after every draw. I late of Leon cnan-
June 4, 1859. 23 To..nad
iI' March ing in the following papers: Augusta (Ce.) Coo- ty having Probate office of
19, 1859.
j S For Sale. -0 stitutionaliist, Mobile Register, Nashville Guete. said county written suggestion that he beleva{ theestate

EXCELLENT PhI Feather Brushes & Dusters. L Gr 3E3 Change of Schedule Richmond Dispatch, Paulding (Miss) Canon, of the said John W.Townsend to b illnnt.therefore ,
rvt A NEAT AND York Herald and New York Time .
I J\. AXO nearly new. Also a BUG.. .. A FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS -- o Nov. 14,1857. 46-ly notice is hereby, given t all persons having

1 UY well finished and has been in use but a short just received and for sale byMYERS" Bank: of Col HE Department having ordered a daily mai.- -.--- claims against said estate to appear and file the same
GORMAN.February with the Judge of Probate of said county on bcH-re
t time. A bargain can be bad. Apply to between Rod SUPERIORBUNG o
D. ADAMS Cash Will vice
TaJlI.bnse the 20th day of September next,when there ] be apr
(ti R. IL DERR.t 26. 1859. 9 Train will the first of wi
.t S July 80, 18:19.: 31TIIEGREATI1VEI'TIONOFTIIEAGE_ ---- Cash Capital!, ss follows run: JDd afe January : FLUID rata of say distribution estate. of said estate amongst L. creditors -

Tax Sale. f"PHE above Agency-will o-at On the Pen.
virtue of the authority vestal in me by laws JL with Exchange on New Tallahassee daily at..4 P. M. W Store of E. BARNARD.Jaauary March 19, 1859. 12-om

--0- BY shall sell, on the first Monday in Decembernext Also. en Columbus and A ; at Walker's Mill by.... ..5.30 P. M. 1, 1859.__1FISK'S __ _ __ __
Moul before the CoOrt Hunse door in the city of Tallahassee Walker's Mill daily at..8 A. M.
Gear's Machine for Cutting:, Planing, ed at current rates. Gold PATENT Notice.ALL .
the .9.30 A.M.
during legal hours, at public outcry at Tallahassee lETLI
Forms in Wood. Office( stairs) over the
ding. &c. Irregular np claims tie Estate of
I. : e having against
following lands lying in Leon county near Manning- i E.q. M. Walker's Mill with Post Coached via persons
I- --0T -- W of the N W Section 19, Township a BURIALCASS Beazicy. of Jefferson county,deceased -
viz The J. -
lIE undersigned has become the owner of the ton. : | Tallahassee Dee. 1858. to Albany every evening of the week ex ,
S_, and sell this valuable machine inS 2, East, 3 North containing 80 acres more or Sunday twice a week connecting with, .whether I creditors I.gtee.,or diatnbte...are
f right use lees. Sold to the State and County taxes for Baldwin and required to present their demanm ,to
pay A running Madison, Alligator,
}Florida and he oow.offera individual and County t
the years 1854, '5, '6,'7. '8 aoJ'9. Owner not known. e the undersigned Executor Will and testament -
Rights to any who may desire to purchase. One of L. C. DEM1LLY, Tax Collector. o of said deeee.within two,years from this
On the Tallahassee Railroad
Machines be in at time attire :
can seen operation any date, they be and all those
80-tds E. L. T. ;
23 1859. shop of L W. Bowen at the Tallahassee It. R. July Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) are requested Jo payment mmcdi-
.1 Depot. The machine is simple in its construction Register f the United at. A. M Rosewood Finished-Latest Patent,) ately. TAMES RUST Ex'tr.

1858. .. .. ... } S
adapted to cut a greater variety of irregular form. at St. Marks by .1.2 A.M. AIR-TIGHT AND IJ'DEtCL July 2, 1859. 27-Sm
and surfaces than any other yet invented. Its capacity St. Marks daily (except Sunday) SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly
t is equal to twenty men, and in some kinds of A MOST DESIRABLE ASSORTMENT OF OFFERS his services to at.. ...I. ..2.15 P.M. A by T..1. RA WLS, Undertaker.o had Notice.SIX

work much more. It occupies but small space-only FRESH GARDEN SEEDS to enter land in at Tallahassee at.. 3.SO P. M. November 20, 1868. 47 .
is sufficient and aDd will attend to from he first publication of this no'
from three to four feet square requires any with Pot Coach to New Port on arrival moot )
I but little power to drive it. Every kind of Warranted Growth of 1858, Offices at the CapitoL which returns before the departure of the Insolvent Estate Notice. ,th uOralgne admoilO c heels non,
I neat and difficult work in House building. Cabinet proportion to the time and ; and with the line of Mail Steamers between with the aaDue the goods,
Furniture Carriage, Wagon and Buggy Building THESE SEED are procured from a cold climate Maps of Townships WEST Orleans, Key West and Cuba, and intermediate State of Ford) chattels, rights eta wh wee of John Wil-

Ac &.e.. can be turned out by it with astonishing consequently flourish the better In a furnished at from two to five on the Gulf arriving at St Marts,on their way County ( ( last ford deeel.late L ODt."m present his
of the
T> W. B. HODGSON Executor
like 2!. 1859. 4'PLAWPEIS' Wi of Probateof
neatness and despatch. warmer one ours. January on the 18th and 1st or 2nd of each aeU&
S JERE RICHARDS.JulI16lb6V. Call send orders, that Wes ib). and Testament of Charles Leon and ask discharged from his
S tT early or your you may arriving at St Marks on their way to AUi county t b
2"lyNotice. get the varieties desired. AMES A LIVELY. : Orleans on the 29th of each montb- Leon county deceased, having fle Probate said administration.SOLOMON
j January! 8, 1859. 2 these days come on Sunday office of said county a written 'llgeto that he SILL.Adm'r.Ac.
uevr te I eves the Estate of the said Calee Alligood to be
a run on that ray to coneeLEDWARD M8y1.1569. 20m
? .
Leon Circuit Court-Bill insolvent: Therefore notice is hereby givhn t allpersons
In Chancery in HOUSTOUX
C. H. ,
having claims against said to
6 ,,* for Partition. April 9.1859. Prest. 4' Sup't. and file the same with the Judge Etate Probte of appear said Notice.SIX .

Thomas H.Hale Ex'tr.of John W.Ilale.' 1, 1859. 1 county on or before the 20th day of September next, Months after the first piblication of this 0

w S TALLAHASSEE RAIL ROAD COMPA- vs. SYRUP & when, there will be a pro rata distribution of the ,the undersigned will present to the Hon.
THE I are now erecting large and commodious William M. Frierson and Mary A. his SCHUL-OF TRAINS funds of said Estate amongst the creditors of said Judge of Probate of LD cunt.his final account

Ware-Houses at St. Marks, in addition to those at wile R.M. Frieison and Catherine E. an vouchers as O Estate of Job

Es present there, sufficient to protect from the weather his wife, John C. Rouse and Caroline Etate.D.. W. GWYNN. Judge of Probate. .TO.Do deae late of said county,ad Ik

S all cotton or other articles of merchandize going over F.his wife Jo eph L. Hale, Edward o r d e r. A N DK.ey FLORIDA BAIL ROAD. March 19. 1859. 12-6m to
.5 f WHITE Adm'r.
the Road. Johnson and Isabella K bill wife, Rob- 1 ,

: The cars will be running toMontkelloby: the Mid ert F. Stafford sr. and Smiths A.his < < May 7.1859. 19-<

die of September when the transportation by wagon wife Robert F.Stafford jr.and MarthaJ. good SYRUP TUB -

S to Tbomasville and adjacent couot..ill be considerably his wife Washington R. Bradwelland PLENTY here. ALSO- NoticeTS

I shortened, the distance from Tbomasville to Susan L.his wife Robert L. Hale. SALT, at FERNANDJNA DAILY, Farmers'&Exchange Bank gif en that application will be made

MonUedio being about 18 or 20 miles, over a good Zilpba L. Hale and Florida W.Hale. Nov. 20. 1858. (SUNDA EXCEPTED,) OF CHARLESTON. heeb session of the Legislature of Florida a

road.The appearing from the affidavit of complainant, N arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa amendments of the Charters tbo Penaaeola A Gene
rates of Freight and Storage will remain the IT .L Hale Executor that Robert F.Stafford:> Guns Guns vnnb. connecting at Callahan with Stage for SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK NEW gus, Gulf City A laterior and Tallahassee Rail Road

i same as last year on all articles.Mr. sr, and Smiths A.his wife,also Robert F.Stafford, undersigned Las Hill and Ontrevil] .; a Baldwin with, ,AND CHARLESTON, Also for a C r a Railroad !
.JAS. L. RAXDOLIII having been appointed general ir. and Martha J.his wife defendants in the above THE tbo Pott-office for Tallahassee- Ti all Bridge with Stage FOR S.\LE Compnie Xex in ,.o Franklin, o

superintendent of both the Tallahassee and the cause reside beyond the limits of this State: It is ii o the most workman-like ; and at Stark with Stages fer New' ,Agent t the Northern boundary of the

L Pensacola"Georgia Rail Roads.any communications or iered that notice of the institution of this cause be make and repair Gawvie. Micanopy Flemington. and Tallahassee.Dee. 1858. 49 State of Florida East of tke River.ApalsebicobuJnly
00 business of the Road should M directed to him published in some newspaper: published in the city of RIFLE? ; 23,1859. 30 .
tTallshasMe. F. IL FLAGG. S -c'y. Tallahassee for two months,and that said defendants Stark"?aily,(Sundays exeepted.)on ar State of Florida
iT Sentinel Madison Messenger,Family Friend l appear and censure plead or demur to the complanaiot's io fact all work pertaining 01 Stages, connecting at Fernandina with Ban ,

l Quincy Republic Tbomasville Enterprise and Reporter bill ou or before the first Monday Octobet With the above qoalifieitions rO Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, Notce.
,copy -8 weeks. next. Done and ordered at Chambers this 6th July i liberal patronage of the Wednesday and Friday. TALLAHASSEE. months c/ this D

July.' 23. l59..___ 308wDISSOLUTION: __ __ 1859.\>> J. WAYLES BAKER,Judge. surrounding country.locks A. I COLE. Sup'L G& OFFIJ is G. SIX She ondersigT exeeatecttrtbelast Wi
N. B. Gun .
OF July 9. 1859. 8w I1r. 1 a, 1, 1858. 18HILL80ROUGI KUGHo and testament of Jams Wbitebead,deceased, .

5 EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND his final aocoont aesoeh uet.t the

S j S COPARTNERSHIP.rpHE Insolvent Estate Notice. March 26. 1859. 13RAILROAD N. O. SIGHT QRLEANS FOR SALE -pant ef Probate o I cvcotyand a.Ex'r.eV-

COPARTNERSHIP heretofore tiogbe- Leon County. f TTLTTARYACADEMY.. W. rETTES,Cashier. Jao 1859. 2slotc.
.. B.Fills it David C. WiUon.cndrr, I : R
Henry JEFFCOAT,administrator of the estate of e mi..l_ 11 : : E SUPERINTENDENT was for eleven years February 19.1859. 8 .
and of
the name etjle JB. A.ShDler.lateof Leon county deceased haviogfiled mBE attention of a officer of the South Croli State Military

H. B. FITTS &. CO., in the Probate office of said county a written JL Tallahassee it For- circular Notice. of this no-

is this day dissolved by mutual consent suggestion that be beb'eves the estate ef raid E.A. i. respectfully called t t. S d a TEW. Hnisborongb,N.C. Inolvent. Ett SI! Ju willteseot kisfinalMeonatsfo --
S Sbuler to be insolvent, therefore DOt e, b hereby 1859. 11-ly ,
David O.Wilson. appointed sole sgeut to dose tub 9. of Tall all haririg claims against said estate County
S.- the business of said copartnership.H. given to persons: administrator
H. a FITTS. to appear and file the same with the Jodge of Probate Freights are payable in BRALt..dmiitratO of ibe estate a appJy da. aa G t

: D. C. WILSON. of said county on or before the 6th of February and storage will b charged Eecutrs Notice. fj of Bel.lt. ey.deceased Lte e(Dvi Fektd It.f cnty.

Jul,1.uu. SO next when there will be a pro rata distribution of a the following pr: ; ***"P "ons having ,having filed office o county a. 1"'. -_ _ Cuosiznees in 80,
said estate among the creditors' of said estate. claims demands the estate of David written suggestion that be bcueve estate of the _y. --
wHhm .,mil o ant insolvesittherefure notice -
D. W. GWYNN.JDdgeofProbat.e.Aug. Bradley
i ____ S Notice.rpHE IS, 1859.: 8S- m a II H..e SDwdlaU a county present"hhr the as &Duett. t all t person b having claims againstsaid a
S sole dose i ov..r12 let O dtb 1 g. and file the same with Judge
is to -
: undersigned appointed agent: to twoy arm & lb A made :fe the OeoeraA"
This rule will be strictly E. TN'J'b
J_ upthetaisiueuotbelatefiriof II.B. FliTS Hides Beeswax &c. this t Ge they will b of rbst.ofuMIeOUit.yoaOVbI6'fSthC2dd57ofJaitnary ,PPLCA of Florida, at It Dfd
&; 00.. an.in&bted to said firm are rrqueslfdto sending for goods are ..all tbos aUllott estate aie next,w. there will be a pro rate distribution Aah1 o t.. a barter for alt Bank U) o*
____________ S come forward aDd pay the same, and all persons I TIlE highest market price will be paid in each 0 the goods caDt b ; make payment immdi Mi Uly. r- of said estaUamoogst th C said estate 'm Florida. '

S having claim.affest said firm are requested to present -I I merchandize fur hides.. Beeswax and othtr E t B. C. LEWIS. D. W. Piobate. K..
them settlement D. (f. WILSON. >I country produce, by D.C. WILSON A: SON. *.*S.oiol anT Quiucy 25, 1839.ot Eetr Julyt, 1859. il- tn So S-m

Ja\j\ i, 1W i. 50 [Seiiinel copy. July 30, 1669. 31 }'e\ra126 U59. .


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