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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 17, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY' JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLA. SEPTEMBER ,
; 17, 1859. VOL. XI--NO. 38. 'Ip

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jOJtssi nd on& pastes Carts.MUDICAL : f A GAILIE, A MORE EXCELLENT WAY. most disappointed,at this derangement of the Life's! Meridian.In POP*.-Some of the Paris journals l- l.lTHK

-'-- -- -- --- -- plans. Charley watched the progress of the olden limes, when men died at a thou. are engaged in a wrangle wit! reference' to '\
IXOTICK. "1\1 )tller motber "ndaimed Mor. lever almost ns anxious as Mrs. Colton, and and hundred
I Charley: sand a years old was counted the
--- DRY GOOnr"PROVISIONS ris he rushed daily beset the doctor, to learn the powers possessed by the Pope. The! /
as into the house after school prospect young to marry, the lad of thirty five was
Dr. Wm. F. Shine, in great excitement, what do you think we of a speedy recovery. hardly allowed! to have an opinion of his own. Sicclf, in reply to cue of its contemporaries, H

Ot'PEaR ins rKOFLhMoxAL SEE; view TO THE: rrBLic."VFFICE I A Jt D are going to do in school ?" The third week had arrived before Henry lie might tend sh'l'p.under the care of an says :

/ that of Prs. Study: I hope," said I.is mother was able to be dressed: and breathe the out. ell! brother of However
adjoining Gamble May 8. ISS8 19lv"MILES while the little take bresth. er air for a few minutes of the d.iy.; Examination The earth and instruct himself
__ November 1:. 1858. 46 boy stopped to :' was porous oozy at the first; when he know* how to re-tc. ]
-- U'e sh:11h:1ve/ to, that's a fact," said day come, and by Charley's<: earnest and so was human history and humanity it. Iflo can read ihi Gospel, he can know .u i JI

NASH & CO. FilES!! GARDEN\ Charley, but that was not what I wanted entreaties the invalid was permitted to be self. Both are the! better P-r being compacted !I much abo-it religion as Mgr. Antonelli or the J 'Il

UEALERS iy MM. I !lo tfll. you, mother. You know there are present on the important occasion. lie sat I into less space, and attaining a higher l! Tope himself. If be knows how to read, the '* II

I just MX weeks before examination, nnd theyare next hii fii'nd and leaned upon him when tro specific grnvjty. The man of threescoreand I !meanest among us in the presence of histo-\ ,

DRUGS, <&& PALMS, G-ro"i'V'th.' of :3.O5O.. going (tn give certificates then only to the weary wi h the effort and cx itl.>rr.'nt. After I ten" now-a-days hJsseen more, felt more, is the equal of the most learned. History i 11....;

MEDICINES H very beet scholars who have sustained themselves many less interesting exeicises the Presidentat heard more, and done more than a seven.hundred no secrets for anyone ; it rev als them to
| OILS GUM DROPS, peifectly throughout the term.! !last rose, and with some words of explanation year old antediluvian, who waked up whoever demands them. We place oarseh

WOULD inform their. nemls and the public, I "And jou mean of course, to rank among proceeded to confer,as he aid the Lightest and gut about his work at the age when in its! presence, and we say : history; U tr
: on hand a good assortment! of ucrticle. OF ALL FLAVORS, the very be!>t if you can," said Mr. Morris. mark of honor ever received in the institution.I Newton having discovered the universal law, ., true that the temporal power of the Papas

as are generally kept in their line of businesk FOR COUGHS Of course I do, mother; but here is one The star was awarded to Chltl'sIorri! : *, for I II or Washington, after achieving the independence I. ia of Divine essence, and that religion would
hd will be recemn* fresh Theiierm AND COLDS !
shall breanuab1e.Ta11ahasee ; regularly. supplies. tIling more. The b.iy who has been at the I punctuality of attendance,propriety) of depot of-a hemisphere, fell asleep. A glo- i be compromised i if the Papacy lost
th1l9Qt"er -
Ju-t feetived .
at the Dr.to) STO f '
: F j bend of his! meat, success in scholarship. rious hour of crowded life" ?" ,tr.ifl.was ,;.' .,- -.- -
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April !)th 1853- 14. lOWAlm : : i.. d.sses4rJ.! l linrr /(_fyjfay.5 was a mystery to .. C
-- --- --- TIIJl.l IIPH(", DeetoL-- -:. -v"y'Ar_ _'l__ \\ 7ir upon .his .breast. He will (IIf railed/ the lUn'fe!: ,,2l1h?, ? :::: "nent.of breathless! atten- those wh. never knew .K,. ii.nj/ A' .....-- ? : nl'"pr "n.l7'rPIltl1r IIIn .f\i'r.'l& l jut ,
S & .A OALLIE h I walicil: to the foot of the platform, and was, ton.: -I power H even incompatible with the priest t
, star scholar: and will rank highest in the
TS ;in recip' of a large! and 1 veil selected stock e>f Wm. E. Anderson, seen to address a few words to the PresiJenf. We :accept the liandbreadtii of days, uliich I hood. The Church lias no other power ihan: :

_L STAPLE and FANCY GOODS: Attorney at Law and( Solicitor in Chancery} school." Those who were nearest could hear hi'n say : comprehends more of life, though less of time that: which it receives frorft Jesus Christ '
Fjnin and Summer litadii Made Ctolhing, So you arc aiming at this blight pirticular : The star, sir, does not rightly belong tom Even s'weiityears i is too long if misspent ; I' Now Christ had no temporal l power: ho declared '
MAPJASSA, FLORIDA. start"
Halt and Cap. TJ-w/J and X/iott, J-'ami'jf II Henry Colton has worked harder,! than and if well) spent a prospect opens up that I that his kingdom was not of this world.:
\ attend with end toT Yes mother! nnd will have it too
fidelity ,
promptness ,
Wttu lra"JieJ.c", tie. \TIU. you oLt3in" scholar and That might suffice, but history adds : 'The.
Groftriet tviinest f'ntrtltl'd t.. his care in the Circuit I, to lie is a better makes it better to depart than endure the labor .
will sec Dr.) II. it is a more honorable
April SO. 1853.: : 18 and Jackson says but for sickness \voulJ have been at the head and of old most illustrious fathers of tile Church, the .
___ __ Courts of Franklin Washington: sorrow age. -I
distinction than the of Honor. W'oii'tyou
Legion .
--- in the Supreme Couit at Mariaim and the Unite! of all his classes." Thirty.five. Just half way lie that greatest doctors, the most venerable saints,the ;
f.li1 UN A il }D) Jr. II Slates District C.,urt. lit Apal. -hieula and Talla- I be proud mother to see me wearing it After<: a moment's consultation. will the climbs a mountain to the point where the councils, in a word all the traditions of the* }
bfti",>eee.ilarrh. I II at evening exhibition. Tire teachers will primitive; Church develop and confirm iho
the the l'ievident thenieplitd streams the! other: similar
WILL COXTIXfE TilE gentleman on platform run waysees .1 prospect
I : 2C, 16.19. 1 :-r.m come nnd tell you tint your boy is the .best i doctrine of the Master. Saint Ambrose,
: down either side. How different
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RUG &. MEDICINE I scholar in school. Mrs. Morris smileJ.i .-
I h Tie Mr. tint here On that side the Saint Augustine and Saint Cbrvsnstorn a.
OTTO LANGE faculty' Morris prefer you sportive felicity
Of" AT TilE OLD TAD, SIGN ..i i Won't bo glad mother !Y" repeated
you in that the Church
should retain the star as you have !iterllIul. cf childhood, youth, hope,and growing igor; grej stating ought not to r
I Charley, eagerly. filled the conditions this stern reality, death have any temporal power and thai all tem
WATCH dll fAKER prescribed. on waning strerfgth, I t
(;lad I shall certainly bo of the scholarship : ,
OF TilE IPL.MORTAK, "It would not be right, sir," said Charley: antI the grave. On the summit plateau, the poral power is hateful to it, S
that has won the honor, if it is fairly
I And eveler, I earned replied the moth'r.u But what are firmly, though with a tremblhg voice. "I foot or two of high table land, ont may --- v- S S
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Corner of Clinton and Monroe fcU cts;t ,Tallahassee.: I KOXTICELLO, I'L.I .\., for !1" beg you will give it to Henry." walk a little way, but soon ho begins the! de AXECDOTE OF GoVERXOR SEWARD.-CoZ-
grounds expectation
J noary 19. 1856.: 3 __ "T'lTOU-LD J'fctrul1y inform the eitizene: AfMid!- your In that ca eyou yJurselfhesto\V it," sci nt, and never is there a halt or returningstep. Zeus in his last Wine Press, tells an oU story, .
----- S I \ > die and I Est rIm itl. that ho designs making u11)', mother, I am at the bead cf all my :
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said the President. "Henry Colton will one which he few have not heard. -
says persons
E. H. BERRY, occasional visits through these sections of country for classes, hut one, and in that there i is: no me
forward." Character\ foimed announced atthiity When ol New York Seward in II
: : al governor ,
hue
the pcrl'nFe of ong! any work in the above above me but Harry Colton. I dcn'tsuppos.' .
Auctioneer and CommissionMERCHANT. what .five. As is then he those railroad had occasion to visit I
that may be eutiu&tcd to"llis care. I there would .lie hope of goin beyond Henry, unsuspecting was going on, one essentially so pro days .
A.LSO- any advanced, his: pale face flushed with wonder will be, with incidental modifications lo the a ccitain part of the State, and accordingly f S
: him if be was always there, but be is sometimes '
: :39 and ex'it l11cJlt. Charley, stooping down, end. he mounted the Lllx< of a Email coach
aLLnAeiFF1aSept.9,1S55. A fine Lot> of Jevelry. vhirh I will sell at the lowest I absent at the hour we recitf, and so liewon't upon ,
possible! PliN'''. .. fastened the st.ir upon his breast, and then Even the natural man !lives two lives. As in order that he might enjoy the cigar and tho
--urG rOUiEr have gool a chance of keeping his
i I .iLI Ilit test Ji'effrcnct yivtn if required.April as supported him back to their seat. The noisy different the prospect at the hall"way pine: scenery.; The driver was an inquisitive fellow .
in this class.
Attorney at Law 30. 1859., 18-ly place applause; of the audience jarred almost (painfully : so different is the reality. The first half 01 and his passenger humored him :
the of his absence?1"
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I his heart full it was of deeper the journey he from Land I" said the driver.
upon as a gets more joy expectation agent
TALLAU'AAE YLA. Dwelling House for Sale. lie has to do errands for his mother.
than the of the last half less from No Seward.
joy earthly fame can pive- joy ; ; soirow disappointment. quoth
,January 17. IS5;. :-ly__ _ ___ pHE SUBSCUIBER offers for sale { She takes in sewing and they are too the poorto ob.'dit-nce Co the precept, In honor preferring And jet, !if not a fool be will Selling goods !" I.
S i -I terms! easy to a purchaser, hishouoe, .: : have a servantso Harry carries bundles S
John one another. in his mother's loving have learned to trust more and fearless about No.
; B. Whitehurst lot iu 15.-1-Air. Apply to the under :. home.
or to \V K. Beard. JOHN BEARD. smile he found a full reward for the sacrifice that of which he( knows nothing, and over "Travelling preacher?'* ,
I' Mr. Colton bas made efforts tokeep
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, M-.rch 5, 1853.; 10-lf ? great of his stjfish; ambition. Coveting earnestlythe which he has no control.Disappointmentsthe. X 0." 1
her at school. He i is good scholar
rLRLFL..\. -- -- boy" a best gifts he had found in the spiit: of past is a history of Circus ?"
Circiut of Jaelson.T POST) &MEL is he not t kindness excellent them. And is this eaithly a "No."
\X7"ILL practice in the Courts brotherly : a more way. experience prelude
Yes mother, I don't I know a boy that:
I Cjlboun, Washington and Holuies coui tie to an eternal disappointment No, no. What then !" said the baffled: dmer, I
and pny special nltt'lltiflu to eolltcting.Novtmber27 COMMISSION MERCHANTS studies harder than H" nry Colton. The Advantages of Marriage.The : : Only) the things ohm eternal nature reaching! what is your business?Y"
185S. '4 1'\ot"t'n Charley Morris!f"u
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-_ :48-ty -- Gl Poydras Street, No, mother, but then I am not obligedto following \h a spicy quotation fromMichtlet's forward into time have been found as reprc Governor," n'plied! Seward with n tranquil -

Beni F.:Young, NEVV' OEt..LE.A..NS.: study so much, because I have been to nehook, "I.'.\mour." The bold scnted. About the earthly, the sensual, the puff. S
illusions have These Governor 0'.Ilit
temporal, gathered. arc
-eREFER ---- school regularly than he has! and thenI author states that marriage delivers one- t"t t
1 JJ1): : :( lli & ] TO bate more to myself at home. Why Henryis From the servitude of jour base passions : to pass away-those to stand. Convicton: Governor of the State of New York, re. '.

ANDSOLICITOIt Mescrs Thomas J Perlins i Co., Tallahassee Fla. iip: and more studying before anyone else is If home is a happy one you will not go under strengthens as we proceed. Fakh gathers evidence I plied the smoking rassengt''r. with. compo-
IX EQUITY.XTIfL the As illusions vanish the F
by
I. Jt. Harris 4t Co.., QuincJ ). Stirling in the morning, and always sleeps the smoky lamps of a ball.garden in quest way. sure."Get
"f practice in the Courts or U-- E>.t rn Cr .. >_l..m AP.Imir.. Mmitictllo, of love to the street for intoxication. true, and the good and tho real appear[ moredistioctlv cootVt'lJ !"*
nor
wii'i his book under his head at
> \ .,.i, pf IM-ol iJa. and the F t'derd CouHn.AT _" night. "
Ward.t DenLain. L.1dna.! .. -.. 'men u f1e-111I161..obtun the higkeej i-ink S Tbo servitude of weakness : You will to the aicht The shadows are be. \ I'll convince you of Unit, said

(O.ICIC HEFEliEXCES GAIX VILLE?, ALACIIVA COCSTT.) Mcfer ilr.iIcN James*uelit;Filor..t Ormond, Key Atlanta\\ eat, Oeo. in tho school it will not be for want of tJ'li.! not drag 'ourselffeebl.v along, like your pit- bind!, the light before.-S. W. Christian Ad- Seward, for hero is a man on the road with

: .. J. X ilcKiunon t Co. TLomas.ille. genco or e.en scholarship, but Irom the nwreacc'dent iful comrade-that young old man, so pale, rocac. whom I am acquainted: and, as the stage

CAPT.I.Cot. J..IX J. AiKEt LCCAS,, )}\ Ckailnton, S. C. Anffust/ 14, 1858. 3-1 y of his outward ciecu ms.ances. Hut debased and broken down, whom the women passed by, he saluted: him. Good morning

FKASER 4 TIIOJIWOX, ) --- bo will doubi'ess make a greater t-flbrt to be ridicule. True love will restore you from The Shadows we Cast." Mr. Bunker I want. to ask you a question-

J)L JAMFS S. JOXEO, Ttla'iasee, Fla. HOGUE & AMAKER, punctual these six weeks to cwne.': this, and concentrate vour strength. In this great world of sunshine and shadow am I not the Governor, of the State of New

June 6,57. _::3 _ _ ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS "He will if he knows of the plan," said The servitude of melancholly : He who we ale constantly casting shadows on York ?" S
SCOTT Chailey. moodily. is strong and does a man's work-be who in those around us, and receiving shadows from No, by thunder !r' \vr s Bunker's unexpected .

WILLIAM. ATLA.'VV', He l learns his lesson at home, does lie going out to his daily toil leaves at home a them in return. There is no pathway in life answer. S
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A Y"l fl *y.ri.KliEi- W ff*\ \Lff\VVy\! ; HAVE formed a co-partnership in the practice of nOt, so as 'to keep up with the class. though beloved creature who loves and thinks of him which is not sometimes in tho shade and Who is, then f said! the startled smoker.

MOXTICELLO, FLA- and will attend to any professional business ho should be absent for a single day ?" alone, is by that very fact inspired, : with cheerfulness there is none who walks over these paths, it "Thurlow"ced !"

JU1/30.1853.: :30 tljan D.entrusted 1', IIOGL'E..k.to their carp. PERRY, A IAKER.yl .. Yes, mother, but to-day we had a special : :and he is happy all the d.-.y. matters not which way they tend, who does -
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1858. 18 explanation of something in arithmetic, that The servitude of money : Receive for a not, now and then, cast his shadow with the EUERIExcE.-There is a pretty German
:M. 1>. I'APV. HUGH ARdlFK _____
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PAPY & ARCHER FIRE JNSUE ANCK Is my boy quite !conscious of the spirit persons spend less than one.I word or a careless act, cast a shodow, was happy-in n wife he passionately

he is indulging ?" asked the mother gcntlj. see many bachelors who remain such on some heart which is longing for sunlight loved ; her voice was sweet arid low, and'

.A.ttOXM3.0y-fi: CftTALLAHASSEE La.'VO""', HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COliPl.M.EA7A Does he really wi-h to gain this prize forMmst from sheer flight at the expensiveness of How often does the husband by a cold greet. he gave her credit for that keenly, which (had

FLORIDA. ( at the expense of one who deserves it matrimony, and yet spend infinitely more ing, cast a gloom over the happy, trusting he been a painter) was the object of his idol
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July 9 I, 1839. 28f perhaps even more ?" than a married man after all. They live very face of his young wife who, it may be, has atry. A physician came and curing the disease -

OF 1IAETFOKD, CO ii. .. Then you don't want me to got the star dearly at the cafes and restaurants, and waited anxiously for the first sound of his restored the husband to sight-which he

FLOYD & HOLLAND, Aggregate Capital, $100,000 00. after all, mother," said Charley, after a few at the theatres. Havana segars, smoked all foot steps, I 10 give him a joyous welcome to chiefly valued, as it would enable him to gazeon

Attorneys at Law. M. P. ELLIS, AgeuL moments silence. day, are to their solitude aa extravagant ne his home. How often: has tile parent, by a the lovely features of his wife. lie look., Sand

Tallahassee, Dec. 4, 1 858. 49 .. Yon will not doubt your mother's interest cessity. harsh reproof, chilled the oveiflowing apt log sees a face hideous in ugliness! He is

\T\T TILTapretiee and West Florida in the and Circuit in the Courts Supreme of Middle Court l MUDICAL NOTICE. in your improvement, even if she should \Vbydotuey" smoke To forget they confidence and love which is bubbling up restored to sight but his happiness is overIs ,-

fthe State. Also in the District Court of the Uui be less solicitous about this particular honor," say! Nothing can be more disastrous.- from the fountains of the heart of the prattler not this our history Our cruel"physician

ed States,in the Northern District", of Florida.R. --0--- Mrs. Morris r-plied. "You know all the We should 71crcr forget. Woe to him who- nt Ids kn..e.. How often are the bright rays is experience. \ .

.J. FLOYD. Office Apalacbicola. Fla. Dr. T. Hayward Willis. ambition I have in the world, cenfrs in my forgets evils, turbo never seeks their antidotes. of hope torn from the clinging grasp of the
D. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. I would them active The man, the citizen, who fo rgets, ruins not
chHdien. see energetic, souls of those worn out by poveity and by
Dec.22, 1855. 51 located in Jefferson county, one half Any one may do causal acts of good na.:
HAVIXn tb* rear (> Hr.. Bradeu'son bt. Augustine "ore.Tiosl: ', i if possible in the pursuit of every only himself but his couutry. A blessed the never-ending conflict of life, by the sting. tare, but a continuation ofthem shows it is a

Henry L. Rutgers road offers hit Proreseiouul services to the surrounding honorable attainment And yet there is' amore thing it is to have by your hearth-stone a reliable ing ridicule, or the sordid avarice of those part ofth? tOIDI erammt.

country.January excellent way,' which I wou'd' have arid loving woman, to whom you ran whom the world honors-aye,loves! to honor.

COMMISSION MERCHANT 8, 1859. 2 them follow' an attainment higher even than open your heart, with whom you can suffer. How often does the child-even after it has Beautiful was the reply of a venerable man

T.\LL.\.\ :, FL.1 .\. TNAINSURANCE mental "'e31th-wi! bout uhicli! though possessing She will prevent you from either dreaming or grown to the full bloom of manhood, and is to the question whether he was still in the

-_' -- .VI know et"gc,' tl-ey are no'hing.! forgftting. We must all suffer, and think.- clad in garments of strength and beauty- land of the .living : No, but I am almost a

T IBF.RAL advances made on Cotton or Tobacco CONPANY Charley's glow' ig ambitioii had ne\\hat In that is the true life of man. bring sorrow to ho parent already totteringon there."

JLJ consigned to hii friends in New Yok. coi.'cd ('01mg 1 I-'s mother's ca'm, but earnest Some men call themselves bachelors. But the blink eternity Then beware, lest .

SIGHT CHECKS OX NEW YOIIK] FOR SALE, OF HARTFORD. conversation. lie was listen'ng attentively are they rally so I have long sought, but you cast a deeper shadow over tho'se which A witness before Judge M-of Mississippi .

/. amount to suit pur ,QerL II ns be Eat in his favorite place at her feet, I have not yet found, that mythical being.I .- are already darkening! Iris happiness. The in an answer to a question replied

S March 12, 1869. 11 Incorporated in 1519.-Charter rupdnal0 though his eyes were downcast, and a sense have discovered that everybody is married ; shadows wo cast-can we escape them !- Yes, sir ee, Bob I"

,,! rl.ft"' ''' .,.n.... "_.._ irn annie hv temnorarv marriage onlv. it is true Can look back, walk in life's Whereupon the judge said :
E. C. Cabell, CASH CAPITAL-S1,000,000. V' "'You;:remember' Ib' "passage in which this I =-secret- and'shan'eless; these, lasting sometimes journey we, and sue no as shadowy we marks on about "Mr._ Clerk.fine------. _n, Mr._ Jones_ five dollars for .. .
the and five for the ** Bob !I"
A.11orn.oy; ; n1; n'VO""- 'way' is described !I" asked his mother. for months, sometimes for a week, and our footprints! No-not so long as our roe

TALLAHASSKI:, FLV. ISStTRK:: AOA1XSTL033 AND DAMAGE Rr FIKr: Chatloy took down the little we'l-worn often only for an hour. These marriages of humanity remains bound to us by chains we Blessed is the woman whose husband has ,.
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January 8, 1859. 2 03TKUMS AMCONStfeTENT ADAPTED WITH TO TIIK THE HAZARD LAW Bible in which he always' loved to read aloud hourly duration, which are the utter degradation cannot break-not so long as that humanityis a wooden leg, as she will have bat one stork

-- ---- -------- OF COMI' 8ATJON. to bis mother. Turn'ng to the 13ti chapterof : of the woman, are not at less cost to of earth, esi thy" Then let us be more ing to knit
WILLIAM S. UILWORTII, B. C. LEWIS, Agent, Corinthian, he slowly read the fist six man. It is easier to feed a whale than a guarded in our words, in our actions. We
For Tallahasse and vicinity. Dame aux Cornelias. An Irishman making love to a lady of great
verses. must be men-we must gtntlemen-watcb.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law August, 1S7.Yonge S3 fortune told her be could not sle dream-
.. Do you think, mother," ho, asked, that If a wife has no female friends whose rivalry ltd always in them all. Let us try to throw piot

MOXTICELLO. FLORIDA.: & McClellan this forbids seeYmg any honor for one's self incites her to extravagance in dress, she rays of genial sunshine over our way to dissipate ing of her.

\T7"ILL riractiee. in the Courts of the Middle Cir It says 'sceketh not her own.'" spends almost nothing bhe reduces all your and brighten; up the shadows which arc The following toast was given :_*. Toe-

IT cmit,and Tbom... and Lowodtl Ci>uDtr,Ga .A.11orn.oys; ; : cctrRACTICK ; Ln."O'V'' It is not for to settle! the expenses to such a decree that the formula thrown around us. Let our homes, our firesides ladies-May we kiss'all the girls we please! >

March !!. 1816. 12-ly : IN ALL THC COl'KTS Of WEST FLORIDA. bearing of this necessary on the question us of prizes in given above" is no longer" correct. We must be cheerful by hope, and joys and love and please all the girls we kiss." **

not say two persons, but "four persons that they gnide us on our Let us
OFFICE AT PENSACOLV MAKIAXNV. may way.
j. M. CALLAWAY AND school. But one question comes nearer to "
spend less than one She supports the two leave memories to those whom weleave A man that hoards riches and enjoys them
C. C. TOXGE, rt'D..J. F. McCLELLAN, Marianna the in hand Do think that in strict pleasant
case you is better ofT than the that carries
GROCER & COMMISSION MERUIAXT children besides. behind when from earth not. no ass y
January 8, 18i9.Ellis 2 honesty the star would be your oirn, if you we pass awaj gold and eats thistles. '

Two DOORS ABOVE AMES .t LIVELY." & Co. gained it, not by superior BcboJiuJiip! but FABLED ORIGIN OF TilE TOBACCO PLANT. forever.-H. S. Magazine.

CONST ANTL Y on Land and receiving fresh Slip Orlopp your more prosperous circumstances, and -Among some of the Indians is a fondly A rose without thorns, Punch defines as a
of provisions and Family Groceries. No WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Henry's hindrance through his mother's necessities treasured tradition which seeks to account for True joy U: a serene and sober emotion ; woman without nails. .
pains spared in selecting (foods to fill orders from and they are miserably out that take laughingfor '
Tho only value of the sign is in "
is
weedHere it
the country, and at the 4maiket Country HARDWARE, FINE CUTLERY, the origin of the glorious :
prices. rejoicing; the Sf'ateor it is within, and The curvature of the earth amounts to 18 r-
produce and all other goods consigned to me for GUNS PISTOLS '. the thing signified. To me this badge would In the beginning we had only flesh of an.
44 ( there is no cheerfulness like the resolution ofa en inches per mile. A man six: feet high can:
sale will receiva prompt attention. The citizens of mean, not that my boy was a better scholar! : imals to'eat, and if they failed wo starved.
Tallahassee and No.217 Tcarl-Street. New York. brave mind, that has fortune under its (ee.*. not be seen ten miles
vicinity are respectfully solicited to ROBERT ELLIS. than Henry, but only that his father was Two of our hunters having killed deer, and -

call elsewhere.1, examine Every and price article my warranted good before to be purchasing as MAX A. ORLOPP. J... richer than Henry's mother." broiled a part of it, saw young wonan descend To suppress a harsh answer to confess a No poultice bas ever been discovered that

to the purchaser. represented THOMAS P. ELLIS. Mother, I don't want the star at all," said from the clouds and seat herself on a fault, or to stop short in the midst of self-de- draws out a man's virtues so fully .as'the sod

April 16. 9. 16 January 22, 1859. 4 Charley with a resolute effort that is'if hill hard by. Said one to the other It i h a fence, in gentlo submission, sometimes re which covers his grave.

Henry can get it I am going around now, spirit, perhaps, that has smelt our venison; let quires a straggle almost like life and death benevolent whenit
A. J. PEELER'S Hamlen Pretty nearly) a'l! men are
'
Nathaniel if you arc Milling, to show him about tho' ns offer some of it to her. They according. -
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, COMMISSION MERCHANT arithmetic. and to ask his mother to arrange Jy gave her the tongue; she was pleased To give children good instruction and badxample don't cost them much. Tom never sere
he thinks
TALLAHA6SE FLORIDA. No. 38 Pojdras St., New Orleans. if possible, so that he can attend school con. with its flavor, and said, 'Your kindness shall I. is bat ,beckoning to them with one poor him.John suffer bat % Sam.-. o- .

TILL Practice in the Circuit Courts of GadsJen, stantly the next sixeeks.u be rewarded ; come here thirteen moons hence band to show them the way to heaven while help ; *di'

W Leon, Wakulla.Jefferson and Madison, and Mrs. Colton's consent to the latter arrangements and you shall find iL.The! did so,and found, I we take them I by the other and lead them to Why is a man wbo deal'
attend promptly to the collection of notes and accounts REFER TOEzGC1' S when where her right band had touched the ground I hell S '
easily
was gained especially like stock Be-- -
a jobber
in any of said Counties. ,Jame E. BrooQJe Tallahauee, Fla.c& bad to assist in maize growiug; where her left band had been, S .. ? &tars jol:..
QT Office in the Capitol opposite the door of the GeD. It. A. Shine, fA. Charley begged permission funded ,property. .sese fc f
Attornf" General office. n. FIa. doing the errands after school hours. Tho kidney beans, and where she had sat they j We cannot always judge of a man feelings 4. *dePfDd.|i oq.1'daj.

Feb. 27,1868. 9-4t R. 11. l Newport. obstacles in arithmetic were cleared away found tobacco* j by his outward appearance; his conscience Husband, I '
...
John J.Snelling Quincy,Fla. 1't torture him like a burning: coal .
FO that the two rivals started on their friend. may .yrdt. have 10_ qha,1g4, to

FIRE INSURANCE J.Gen.O Wm.Putnam Bailey, Esq., ,Jefferson Madison county" Fla.Ao. Fla.. ly race with a fair field and no favor to either. Mother, you mast not.whip; mo" for running within while his outside is as as smooth aa of the Csm1dr0' ," .r athoti.* -qd-? take' -earanjhotr. .

STATE' Fl&E ASD MARINE INSURANCE CO. nstns Steele, Eeq, Cedar Keys, Fla Henry had been at the head ol the class: just away. from school'any more. polished i ivory. ." '. .a* _m be ekujga. encnab.
Piniel Ikii ;:;; Hamilton county F1a.EI. the same length of time that Charley had Why"' ,t.. \ ,

PENNSYLVANIA. RMnlngtoo } l,,",, --'T1e. Q... been. before him, when three weeks before Because my school book says that ants A vast majority or the.bOm:1D race spend
INSURE against loss by Fire on the usual terms F.d: ixu..., 'l'1'f: :"' '''' 't., .. .-.:..k. It would boxatn.Ination arc the most industrious beings in the 'world all their timt', and f'mploy'IlKit whole min,1 A trulygrateful; heart j may aol ",atlV to

Tallahassee December F. IL FLAOO. AgentS .Jack J. Marsh. E q., Duncan rille, Gee<, I JF P to wag UKU .. -.. ain't I a tru-ant !" ? in getting enough; to cat and drink. : itsgratitode, but ft. can. f ftl. ed!Wi .
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[For tie FtorMlaa: &' ] Tar thejlof Mian and ftrarnai.MESSM. .. f 1r- C. C. YONGE, Esq i-.ofWe8t

11iilif \ which Judge B-ltrell. t'de. will decide in accordance Tie Author of ,JeflerMtn. Extension of the Sootlivreatern Joraa. Rajlroad I A." T' .Z." Florida, It lierel>y presented by lii. friends to the

t ft ournal.TALLAHASSEE with his previous committal, whereas, It is a rule\ established by common, cn"eDt that the to Tatlahaiuee. EDITORS-There are two or three things voters of time State for election to the office of As- .
wherever the freedom of the IJrnUs CoaiT the fir*
on the that he is a sound and pre is Ule The dUtinguiahtd and sagacious President of the In the communication signed "A." in the Sentinelofbe ociato Justice of the Supreme on
supposition I"Yf mode of addres-, the preferred a. : I .
October next.Kgp
, __ anonymous Monday[ of
"_- "r- recognizes the authority of one of the .isllltt rules mot conducive to truth, as divesting the subject of Cer.trnllnJ South western Railroadlately remarked 15th inst, which perhaps it may be ',1 to I

! : and principles of the legal proIVssion, be will do nD rla1iH calculated to confinethe discussion thatl.ereM Iut one Railroad remaining _hil noLct and unless your columns are more profitably t We are authorized to announce
It hu been the
I a. such thing. Kow ,1.t is this but unmitigated to merit of pints at issae. Before in Georgia the construction of which would pay occupied, you ,-i oblige me.by making rom for a I ]D. 1'. HOLLAND, Ej.. ao a candidate for A,so-

ATURDLYEFIE..1HEU 17, I8S9. bum\'' tty I it not "holdiag the word of great the weapon Rloluton. during the everywhere.war, and afterwards Viz: a road from Albany, (HI Dawsn,) running few brief comments. eiate Justice, a the ensuing* eliftion in October

promise to the ear to break i t the"tense!" We I thI that led to the adoption southward by or in the vicinity of Cairo, (a place A." says that J.Z." charge every man to be 1 ne.L_ __ -- _'___ I

: D.\RB'CUE--e' rrquoted t say tint) a tall upon the people} to ponder well tbis grave matter I (IC the Federal Constitution, it was used. Tims the on tl.c map about midway between Thomastille fool, who will attempt to implicate Judge DnPont The Hon. JOS. McCAXTSof'

Free Barbecue will b. given o Saturday nest,?4.himst and ad ihmisehes the question xvbcther.theyare I }'etealif. under the fictitious of James name Mad'uon of fubliu, John, and Bainl.rulge,) to the Florida l.inflnd thence in the disgraceful affair of tbe Judges of thmeu- Middle Florida. i!hereby presented by hi. friend

at the Plank Road Church.tvTb. ) willing to l thus duped?-for duped they as: Jay was anti joint Alexander production Hamilton. IWificn and IIil- directly to Talsimasseo: and from Tallahassee to preme Court pandering to public onion in newspaper to the voters of the State for election (o the office

eureuly I will be if they expect, by electing Judge I \
press upon our advertising space has Baltzell. toe relieved," as "Leon" terms it, oft antI Mr. lfmil. in the famous contest a* to tbe rule and from Bainbridge nn easy connection couldbe Editors every reader or" Z's." communication Monday- ____ _

ndude much reading mattet from our \.lumn t tbe tax, when be is t\n.1. by every rule of law neutrality Was Mr. Calhoun of l'e6iJcnt rl.hngtun.-Unllo, made with the proposed road at Cair. where I know that he expressly disclaimed the intention to KgT" "We are authorized to announce

t day. _ and I. every principle of justice, to regard the j during"t the adminUtiatton of Jen. Jackson Xo timey would.find a common railway truck conduct call any man :fool aud orly introduced the quotation Hon. ALEXANDER !IDN.l.a candidate fur

question) as settled, finally I! and Cretr.. What one ever dreamed that tl.ereS lium attachedto I ing i to Albany (t.r Ia\\R) lam told that Mr. I from, Solomon a* an example of a case in Associate Justice of tho Si-preiuc Cur of Fl.riJ..

New Good to the Its \in.-Qify Republic, &pt. it). Culler expressed strongly in (over of theconstruction difficult task. But
Sec advertisements In to day's paper. Mewrs. G.J.ltgnnill I else then, can all thee covert appeals Mmel I which an answer" was 1 very CIRCl'IT COCHT.f I

: and G.V. Scott anti-bond prejudices of e 'rtain of our people be but These are Judge Baltztll's excuses for having of this work, a one demanded by the let this pa*. Before, however, dismissing entirely "We"are authorized to announceJ

A stock.Crel&M.nlel mere clap-trap electioneering kind of trickery written the communication signed "Jefferson."- interc.t of the public and of bovli States-as one the "fot>r.ih part of" .AV article,I w Uh to quotea 'I W\ I.E BAKEP 8 a candidate fur the ofc 'i

vt.r Others of our enterprising merchants hare ato I bad enough in all conscience, in a political campaign We say "Judge BalUell' excuses"-for, without conflicting anti competing:with no other road or interest I sentence (occurring near its co: He says we I i.f Judge ( Judicial Circuit of } .I_, i

received their Fall Goods, but of but utterly! repulsive to every sentiment of ascribing the article in the Republic, which appear ; but on the contrary likely to benefit all interests think it very Irroot. that Mr. -Z.' will find in lit tie.ensuing October- -election.ff I .------ --- ..
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tile prevents -- -
frotn giving their advertisements.nt to-day. decency in a judicial canvass. The very fact that as editorial, directly to the pen of the Chief Justice, within'the range ofitsinfluencc. For one,a.1 nest October lore ''fuel in this State than any ff: We are authorized annonrice

I Among us these we mention Messrs. Heir, Ruct Co, Judge llzel has reported to such a mode of aff tt the reasons (!) here given in justification of hi* having I citizen of Florida and of Tallaha:seeaijd( no lu1-I of its rize. if it follows, that every man wlo10"' J. MAXWELL FOOTMAN us I candidite for the

T. hayward & Son and J. Purdy. Large&and ing the result of the election ought to arouse the rosorttd to fcn alia, arc the very)one employed II warw adiocate (f our State syrtcm
extensive fl of description E of in pride of our people and T.rompt them to an indignant by him when be admitted the paternity of "Jefferson" for extending to Urn and the Southwestern Railroad Follows frm"hiL' What cin my brother of the at the ensuing election in October next.ESf" -
goods
k enl' condemnation of Lie:: extraordinary and un t scone ue .k or two back. They are, then his I :hearty their line of butiueas be found on their coun are
,'i \ heard-of conduct. \ "excuses"-and tuck excuse! Jhiut.1gtlt friend I connection ih: us. i net intend to infinlatf that Z." even hinted at I JAMLs V.". 1UTEX as mu candidate for the uftu-ecf

teN But look at tfce conM.-tency of the Chief .7u-tice. \111 hang their heads in fchanie and mortification I The projiosilion i h eminently worthy tl..v. .l01 I such ft thing, cr that cay such conclusion can be I\ll.rl of the Circuit Court for Leon county at the

a. As a friend cf the whole hchctne, be toted to las I when they Ct'IDe to consider them. Maduon: Jay, and good st-ut-c of its author. Thomas ile! anti fairly deduced fre m the arguments presented by \ thction in October next i

; Thursday the Tratene.Oale.weather was cloudy with occasional anSI bond the County and became 'a subscriber to I Hamilton and Calhoun he 'p. wrote anorjnious- Baiubiidge are ntending, each as against the other hiiu. Z." uttered not one syllable in disparage I- r We authorized! and request I


1' fhOW'f. I the night the wind freshened the stock of the ttofld. Now far be it (rein us to j ly-therefore, tie ruder i is to conclude, it wall for the exclusive adtantage of tho "xt"I ion of mcnt of any hotly for not toliny for Judge DuPont to announce are COUNCIL A. BRYAN for Clerk II

to such an extent as to excite fears ta an autumnal question his motives in aft.erwaids deciding the tax !I right and properfur him also! to write anonymously. the Southwestern R<-a,l-the claiu-: of each are but only complained of the positions and arguments I .4\1 f the Circuit Court for Leon county at the eusutig t

gale was near at hand. This morning(Friday, I to be unconstitutional I i i.true Gen. Casa, in the I Dut can it be posable that Judge. l1zel does not about equal to the,,*of the other.. Yet t wu roads- I of those w ho confounded the Snnocer.l with the election in October uut !

.. the time we go to press.) the sun is shii.iiig and a Xicholfon letter, states t.at "n change has taken perceive the total want of analogy: between his one from Albany tm> Thomas*ille. olt.tl.l.r Allany :I guilty, and would hold Judge DuPont responsible Thc friends of DONALD I

pleasant puffy breeze blov ing. The weather-w place iu the public mind ni well! as his OWI" on the I I' oourse amid that of \the distinguished statesmen and I I toBaihlri.lge wouM 1.0<-rep >u< fun!hOn, j I' for that in which he had no share." Your corresj CAMLUON resent hi* nain to the voters of Leon

r a, think tha a gale is eith. r approaching or Ia I qct-aion about ,I.iel he wrote ; but he does not jurists t whom he Tf"rT 111'." wrote iu d<(elee the etimeriamnd! one road pacing aUiut midway between j pondcnt, Me'si'. E,1Hori. hopes and believe tlu the A a candidate I for Clerk vf the Circuit Court at (he

Fi- : th;it the chansrc in the mind" had of principles and measures-ht, in sounding hii the two place, ni.d furnu,l H.g a common will never so fur forget himself a. to stigmatize in October.
any electiol
public
First Sale oT vts\* \ say __ __ __ __ _. _
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equal! true that a r.mijar ifcfb ( "'- ; ffll'ljfiS'"tii-1 "l the a a -t(> ON.lto him any opprobriou epithet h
li.inge frtnvpircu lt.UI.o. }
The tint sale in market of jruUl!' rad same
II tbs new cotton "' f8. tEiJ\'o'lkt for M.tinor'ndk ,.. ,_ OLLECTOIt. .
1 I bOth! in the n-ir.J end ." ; .
public in the mind of Judge explaining the provisions of the Federal o- the both : 0'h"f
; i made on Monday & Tho lot cou.isted of fire liallzell ; but far be it from us to insinuate that the tioii and to urging of that ijistriment the \ -il reqnestet tv
interests of
adoption either.
H bales from the plantation of R. B. Cap nt'r. L": ., the ag.it the unfairness of an by whe msev r J.\ll U.nLY. CentreTille. am candidate
e/or.
: one event had any influence in producing the otlu r. by the StateThe authors thereof iinTuIg l in no Nor I fur Florida i is of Leon
can se tor
; H sold to G. TV. Scott, a 10 cent Quality, Mid any propriety 0 a made, to charge upon one man the reprehensible acts T Ta sr Cole< county at
3r dling. Not at all Doubtless the change wa au honest I undignified, disgraceful persno1)-.mplle.llo concerned, in coupling tlii* cnlerprue with or making of another. the election in October. ..

"c _- conscientious on( Dut the tinguiiihed eentle- -sum-h-- na11I lfn ,..Ir"".... .. ..... ..r..1..1"-- I its success anywise- conlirgeutupn-: the fate A." is willing to accord to Judge DuPont nil --c-- -We- --are authorized- -- ---to- -announce- ---

.The EiLr of the J7oridiaH what the merit he deserves for his refusal to engage in JObllUA W. SAUNDERS as candidate for Tax-
oblige a subscriber by calling the attention of our The people look to their judicial servants for light : liquor and smoke cigar."-nor did they boast of it may. Grunted that that moil, if coii'tructed: as the high-handed and audacious course of Judge Assessor and Collector of Leon I county ut tie election -

City Council t condition and appears see of our on doubtful qntt'DI constitutional law, but did their manly Fpirif in giving a \10"in full I located, i il to iijure our State system and the town Baltiell in the arrest of Pearson, mind many other in October next.

Market House? Whilst our citizens generally ap Judge Baltzell rill a solitary note of warning? front in ojien .1J.,. to one wh". affliction, in the Tallahavee, (!) i is' that any roa=on "'1.)' we arc acts but asks, was this anything more than

I pear to L painting and repairing their property I Not K. 171J1 Judge DuPout, w ho refused to vote ."'(lrJs ,anotlicr, rendered him more an object cf to repel another r 'ad which would ; ckr We are authorized to announce .
the
aII'I.olel Judge DuPont'duty? And let me ask A. -does JOHN II. UI1UDLS a candidate for Tax"Assessor ;
a snail amount expended on the Market House will when the same question was submitted to the "inai 'y" than of bent-tit both a '
people s\n.julli\ "manly" Yulre i if correct ia l.i' exhibit
I ) prowcm. I:11. nut a man do nobly who his duty ? And if a and Collector of Leon county at the ensuing
improve it. appearance and cave a much Larger ex of Gadfdcn: lie deliberately walked to the poll ether:: eon Judge Iallzcl: !be ulloxv od.to talk refuge of the! m.rih. attractions and advantages cf Fernandina Justice of the Supreme lou does his duty faithfully election in October. ,

penditcre in the future." and his voice in favor of the tax in favor under f the i Curt --- ------- -
pave of theing (< great Clo1nian. It \a (and I am jet to tee a successful l -null on w hat el.e w'oulJ" A" require of --)- I
We do not know how we can better comply with bonding the County aid in favor, 8 far as the I during the administration ef John Quincy Adams the logic of hi* fuel nu-1 figure,) Itrtsimlcinstead and,1. MESSES. EDITORS-Please announce
him? Will Judge Wright if elected, do mere f It
i c kjf the request t of our than by inhcrthig vote went, of the ( and legality of mid not of Gen. that Mr. Cullioun.wroteover of the road C. I* DEIU HS a candidate for re-elec-
correrpnJtnt constitutionality Jal'kst going proposed to seek hh'pment! at
vp I is in.tf.this very fact, that he did his duty, Visteltole tios! to the Ta Assessor and Collector of
his note. It is ib.intVill our the whole proceeding-thus, by his ex the slganturc: of On lo\v." Mr. Adam
ccar .ncto tnple encouraging over i1"aunh. will come Jotrn it to seek the supc'riorfocilitici July, and nothing but hit July, that in my Len County at the election iu October next.
4t1 City Fathers take the hint? tw, and other innocent to do I the signature of Patrick atsriled Mr. MANY VOTERS.
ollt ube Henry I .offered by the deeper water at Fernuiidinr.If \ opinion should commend Judge DuPont to public
had done We concede his right hi Calboun, who was then Vice President for cot calling ---
DcrCentral Lis theirs be correct, the Penracoln mind I'
.5 Georgia Let us Mesr Editors, to be delivered
Clvor
pray JVDGK 1'BOBATE.
Colt e- Speech of Ge.,. Call. mind afterward;-nay. it was I.i. duly to do so, i II Johu! Randolph tn order. :h. C. re..leI.justifying the Celtr.l. the Roads niul Fenmndina are : OF .
11.ri,1 fre>m Jim-ltts \ho are ever to tictetl their du We and
ready
A pulli meeting ra* held in Quincy) on Saturday he con -iJ'reJ the tax illegal I, a he doubtless did; I ) his:course and showing! ; that the President of all in behalf the projiotrd Southwestern L are authorized requested
h.f'reste ty. .\nJ. if I mistake not, the people in October candidate
a
last
with the
view of the!
j inaugurating mono but alto hold S MORXG .
that
we I. in view or the fact that hoaided time Senate had no iimnkmthe Constitution
I ruw\r. extension ; while regard the particular locality of Probate ol ut the
toward. A -n ill shout a loud if omen.mm Judge county ensuing
I mut establishing a Ceiitntl Male Colicee in imposing the burden ujion the people! I to anti restrict the freedom of Jc-hatt- October election.
lit lutnult vf would be of benefitto "
Tal"I..Itf it lure A. thinks there was no nec# sity" for
Judge
in Florida. The meeting "'4 not &large in num. ought to be a little moet in his endeavors to makeit I analogy i ic wanting in another respect-Mr. this place than all the oilier roads -------- ---
; bars ,e had Loped see, nevertheless infe I put together.It DuPont to appear in print even once, for his own OCr* We authorized to
are announce
a t an that ha is the bond Calhoun
appear cLnmpion. There 'was not a candidate for office i i"
ant Judge is ssible that it be
hereafter
a quite jH> inny de- j vindication and cites the of Forward
Judge _
toe was give to the case I D. W. GWYNN candidate for election to
enterprise highly gratifying to is cud
, thus a I r
a thing piling the agony" trifle leaving the l Utter in him
up
a J Dllzel. a gang by tennii'ed to ce>mpronii-e nil conflietin interests ;
its friend Call had been invited :; an example of f contrary course. Bat the t\.o cases the office Judge of Probate of Leon county at the,
deliver
: to
. ; address Gen to IglL There i 1 vaulting ambition which self" a being the first, in I|,>pular election, to simply by extending the Southwestern Roa-1 to though apparently similar in their mo t general election in October Aext t
of
a by way stirring up the mind of the overleaps is.)and fullon 'tot her side." Through get L in.la Lumimmmnd from thence to poisonedslug pont: (Cairo, for ,
) ns a
. people the iinpoitance of the and < "hoot sOle instance common aspects, yet differ 1 materially that it would be We authorized to
t undertaking ; his instrumentality in saddle the are announce
, helping debt at an
. t opponent cunningly imagining that the connection wiLh Bainbridge and Thonms\ilc! with '
t raott faithfully did he diK-harge the tak. His the and the decision would ] very hasty to conclude that what 'proper in the CoL A. P. AMAKER.as I candidate Co Judge of 1
upon county through of the public never him of the Great
being out further in direct
; suspect bringing R towards .
and it tuurc one instance must necessarily be so in the other. Probate Leon county at the ensuing October
j rpcech was pint. tlouent inltrnctye-Ui- Supreme Court affirming the d.L to be legal 1 and Anonymous! But how true it h that "time best Tallahassee. Iu that event after reachingthis Forward election. o
: In the of Judge 1. in the
i-ste jnror
verally the thing for the every _ \
-a very occa binding a hundred thouvind dollars have gone into laid schemes of men and mice aft The it branch -- --
gang aglce. common poiut might on the one hand
; lion As an evidence of its effectiveness several I the hands innocent box, every nttrrnty at the bar, every spectator in COCATV St'KVEYOK.
j jtho.e in Leon
of people -men, women veritable JunJ-r-buss with wi.ihm the toThouiasville and
Chief Justice thenre to }f nlilcHo.! end on the the Court Room, heard the .
charge" so
present who had attended the meeting with and children, widows and orphans-an J nearly fondlf h"ped to blow Judge DuPont to some bad olhcr to Bainbridge and thence to Quincy-both represented in the columns of the Family Friend go.-ly Eg?" We are authorized to announceJ. "
the intention of
giving a certain amount after listening I half million more in the of Dinal. Columbia off JEFFCOAT candidate for 8l r.
t count place actually its a County
; < fe.t death-dealing missiles at current coning tOJ.ther acain at Tallahassee, and ill of whom constitute a host of witnesses, l. 8 '
: their t the distinguished rpcakcr at once doubled Madison and Jdt'rln. the value ard security the, wroTi end! Then the smoke clears away.I thence finding their way to the Gulf. The Pensa- tent to vindicat him from this foul aspersion1mm tomp-. veor at the eiiMiirjj election in October jtiext.ISET" I

,. subscription of all which Judge Dltzel would hazard P that Judge DuPont i it still found rcclu in Curia while cola Georgia Road I.ningc.n finNhe-d-such 3
d DuPont the The
the could
like case ofJudge public not undersigned announces
Something $11.000 those he '
were
pledged by I can be elected Chief Justice because to pub- Baltzell is I
j Been
Judge sprawling on the ground, an would furnish facilities for
arrangement great the communications between himself candidate for tittt
and the of know private the three a a County Surveyor at
present
prospect raiSing UOOo in tJ 1'uh to the ,01'Id, A has been done t rough his or j mangled and crippled, the victim of his own art*. trade and travel to the citizens of all five of the the verbal ensuing October election. I. S. LLAKE.SHERIFF. .
County is thought to Con. and doubtless with Justices nor on understanding or _
promi his
il consent that agclnent
L the
\r gang validity .
a a flew wile place thus connected), and sections
Il.n the mark the adjoining between DuPont and
I Call himself subscribed *500. Success attend theeffort <>f these bonds is in i&>ne in the election, is to An' them-opening for them a with cacti timer -
I elnn.cion could have aid
invite repudiation, depreciate the nlue *ecurities may struggle and rack his brain in search of therefore presented, so fully correctly. ( We are authorized to announceMr.
par"allel and
$ ( the at the same time with Georgia (and f
upper the facts in the case I him elf. JOiianfON .. Cumlldute I
for Sheritf
and iend r them worthless as an invest cases, but cannot be found .
the
-r for the People to Fonder. they achievroent t'le regions North East and West,) the Gulf of Mexico "A." eays hp wns ..l>.Po.- ,.o, until Tie saw of Leon County at the election in October next

;4 The hwttln&canvass now going on in our State for ment.-In view of the position thus (occupied by of "Jefferson" must stand IHtaq alone, anti the .Ati <>.._ tk. _.y .. -I_* Cur Ju.je Wrilbt" Wonder .
members
; of the Supreme Court, has features Judge Da17.n. tan it be ros-iL that the pfeopleof Like the ntu-mpteJ arrest of I Supreme Court A word in conclusion a to the late Decatur and were: he got his mage I etletes if they rrr: We are authorized to announce
presented some should deceive all? Z.ilothfs. .
the State and especially of Loon Jefferson Judge, is without precedent Neither the Federalist .
-I Madivn it GaJ den movement bring the Southwestern Road KIC11ARD SAUNDERS as a candidate for reelection
never before witnessed in a einaljr .
c'ton Columbia and Duval, will give "aid and nor Onslow" nor the 'rter before the directly to Bainbridge with a Jew to its extensionto --- to the office Hieritf of Leon county at tie
& Heretofore candidates have been run solely non cm election in October .
fort" to m-ure so destructive of all that is sacred Revolution and during the war, (who, by the by Quinc). Let us place no obstacles in the way of tl next.JtSTICF.
their moral and
legal qualification but this Stttr ----------
; quiet in law and sound in morals and good were the enemies of aU tyranny judicial well its consummation there is an that --- -- -. -----
t and appropriate of making choice of govrnmpot a a )probability -- -- -- -- ----- --- OF TilE PEACE. -
i way our judicial
by votfng to continue him in an office in which, by military,) afford any analogy for such a proceeding.It the parties interested can accomplish! it. Though we ENTIRELY NEW ENTIRELY NEW !
servants must be departed from cult the I I We
. i t ambitions Ids unauthorized act, he has originated with the Chief Justice and he i arc req-uested to announce
brought contempt might prefer a diff>'rent scheme, that is no reason
. I and deatrDctive schemes of the aspiring and tIp (01) IS IT ? EDWARD M. WEs>T, Eq., h, A candidate for the
on our Supreme Judicial Tribunal and entitled to the Let him hue WT
made should
this. Let the
We have already alluded to a communication ptent-right it "hy we oppose SouthwesternRoad THAT lumt'yuw AGENT office of Justice of the Peace fur lon county at the
rettI.
I published in the Iloridlan by-word of reproach? We cannot believe it As our. blother ( Republic 1 such a stickler enter Florida wherever i may it w ill I be of s'g: ensuing election in October next.
Eat signed Fluid
Party's Prophylactic !
--- !
for the
freedom of
! in the press, we hope he will not nal benefit to the State. And if those first to move

! I' Leon, which the supposed prejudices of the Florida Railroad.-Progress of the Entcrprt request the C.J. to order our arrest on account of and most zealous to act should give direction to 77m it a A'ew Discovery.. It is the r'l of LearnedRetearcJi.

t 1 people ag.in.t taxation for Railroad purposes were e. the frteJom" we exhibit in criticising hi* acts I its I their rather It in a triwnpfi nf Scientific Ski! ,1r1u bbrrtisrntrnts.
adroitly appale to, with the iew of aiding the A late i Lsne of the Charleston Mercury contains coarse "hal praise pu'Je spirit TT is a Chemical Union of materials provided by
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i than endeavor to thwart their purpose _1_ Nature for Ca
" election particular candidate fur Chief Justice the following significant paragraph: Lencr rendering pure the air we c:: .
: The editors pro tem the Sentinel are rolling up TALLAHASSEE. breathe. is in obedience fixed laws
:. of the Supreme Court. The organ of that candidate We learn informally, that lon D. L. Yulec has their sleeves and pitching in" in behalf of Judge -- It I.Hon t Fall and Winter Goods.
: (the Quincy ) with hot haste purchased two sttarers for route between a" QUIf, SURE, POWERFUL !
R'ptUi. repro Cedar Keys and New Orleans on the proposed Wright wh(1 name appear in to-day's Floridian The Quincy Republic 8139- Time authorship of I sinks, kitchen are now receiving onr new Stock( FALL
I duce"Leon, and in the last number of the some great through mail route of the seaboard, and that as a Candidate for Chief Justice. They first give Jefferson has been disclosed by the editor of the I removes d'oling. odors ; WE and WINTER GOODS consisting of tls

,. paper is commenced the opinion of Judge Baltzell, two iron steambat have been contracted to be Judge Baltzell a well deserved drubbing and then Floridian ; will he do the same for Madison, so as I curer bums with instant certainty; usual variety of

delivered in 1856, in the case of Cotten e al. vs.The built for portion the route between Charles- turn upon DuPont of whom it i i. said-" position to place these contestants on equal terms?" The I is the best preprato ever used for fresh wounds DRY GOODS HARDWARE

. County Cmlsoner of Leon County et al- ten and Fernandina.The Hs is mistaken" the of Jefferson I destroys and animal poisons ; GROCERIES, HATS. CAPS. *
is but little, better, than that of Republic authorship
i any Judge relieves iu a few seconds the bites of insects,
Now what is the meaning of I)this? Of course Et 17oriian. of the 8th inbt, says, "time Baltzell's.The two occupy antagonistic positions, was disclosed by" Judge Baltzell ; the Floridian I e.mite BOOTS. SHOES te\, -

these publications are made at the in.taef of JudscBaltrell road continues steadily to prges Chunky l'on. shown to plainly by the exhibitions they have gave the information at second hand. As to the l scatter bolls when forming; which we will sell at low prices.G. .
himself but what do the prei-cnl Lead of the r'aJ> t\venty-fi miles soothes boils when formed, and heala timemrapbtiy. & J. ME01NNISS.
they men! We made before the public in their authorship of Madison, let it suffice that the writeris I
cannot for moment believe beyond Gainesville, making the number of miles newspaper .ss'JI I Sept. 11, 1839. 38-8t
I a that the Chief Justice no candidate for office, like Judge Baltzell, and
Judge DuPont has not shown himself to be is for carbuncles ulcers and -- -
I I corn sores;
.1 really intend. to join with his friend "Leon in in irooe and in running order one hundred an J Itrentytyro. therefore is no concern of the public who he I g
it the the breath -
to :
i .. pledge any o.nl or to sustain any certain policy, may teethJIIN purifies ; FALL & WINTER GOODS.
I lilting that the validity of the County and Town he is, the least, pledged against Judge Bait be. His name, however, is at the service of an I The worst symploos.ofTyp.i and Scarlet Fever
subscriptions is in istue in the present A. We Thi?, we believe, ICnfSmt 23 miles unfinished. t say aggrieved by any thing he may have ) are mitigated by the use of this Fluid; it has been o
r caOT and if elected, does it not follow a natural person sid
,
ze1
say we cannot believe this, because Judge lialtzoll From the present terminus stages now run to Cedar consequence that he is prejudiced against a the interests What more can be asked ? known and to upon check the spread of Typhoid Fever in Families Carrell&Maxwell.W .
plantations.
I must know that that question it there Key connetngitl the New Orleans steamer The referring again to the editor of this 0
.ctlel I that represent, and those represented by Rtpblc. Lending physicians are using it in Charleston, Columbia
be of bound to Tampa, Key Wect and Havana on the 1st E are now receiving our large and well eeleu-
any principle jurisprudence well establishedit Judge Ballzell? Our knowledge of the weakness papr. says- Savannah, Augst. Atlanta, Macon, Colum ted Stock of
is that when a Court of the last retort definitely and ICth of the month, and on tie 12lh and 26th of human nature forbids and again he has sid lie was neutral in bus. Montgomery, aud New Orleans

declares what i the law upon a given point and with the same stamt.r on their return t St.: ion." our coming to any other the contest. Does he hope longer to offend public The Uoi-pitals of New Oilcans and Mobile are FALL AXD WINTER GOODS,

rights become vested under decision Mark, Pcnacola and trip eodu taste and decency by preaching one thing and using i i.. which will compare favorably with any other SUxvk
8 pronounced, .Aplldlicoll. Orleln4. We may b very obtuse, but we must confess our practicing another, doing what he says is not might Hospitals,corporations ship masters manufactnrers brought to this market, to which we would invite

., as in the case tinder considcratio/i, the matter is We suggest our flelJs now in tlie-North, whether utter inability to see the point here. If it is meant and proper for hm. attempting to injure one side planters plJ'sicians furnished bj the gallou at the attention of our Cnitotnors, and to all others wb.

settled-it is a finally. No Court, making any it would not be well to give this route a trial to be said that Judge DuPont, if elected will be whiM giving the s power to the other reduced rates feel disposed to call upon us. .
pretension intelligence and would In connection with the foregoing we men- qind this under most solemn protestations of For sale by druggist and country merchants generally -
t t t respectability, m may incapable, through prejudice,on account of past disagreement neutrality?" froai whom orders are .
for a moment think of disturbing rights thn vested, tin the f/ct that one c.1 more of the commission with the Justice rendering justice at least one bottle. re'pfctCuIYlliCted.Try Dress Goods.Brocade .
for the plaisasnlobviousreaaonthaitodo houses in Charleston has lately been advancing on Chef We will reply t the inquiry of the Republic directions. 10 eent Folow
1.oul t the clients or supporters of Judge Silks Double Jupes,
be to introduce confusion into society and render cotton grown in this vicinity, in expectation of receiving should bey come before him as a Judga upon B'1tzcl the when this question is stlCuctriyanswereJ-Did 13?" Manufactured only in the Labaratory of !lue Poutt de soire Silks Fancy Bflls
not Judge Baltzell write the article the J. DARBY. Auburn Ala.
the tenure by which IbId it by from St Marks to Cedar assimilating Delaiu Robes Bouton de Race
uncertain shipment
Bench ti-en
property i they what know
they For sale in Tallahassee
say by AMES
nothing DuPout and his -
and insecure. This is well unJe'to by the legal Keys, and thence over the Florida Railroad t Fer about, and what i rather too delicate a matter for course Judge supporters to that and by Druggista generally throughout .the LELY.Stte. "" 0" Nathilda
of Ohio abolitionists
the well
as the Ola,
to
profession, and therefore we repeat that Judge nandina, and by steamer t Charleston. I is newspaper discussion. We believe the worst enemies I reply N. B.-Persons wishing sails, ores, water, analyzed M Valentine.Sbally .
I Baltzell m""IIol the of of asserted, that while and this the Floridian censuring that article ? Moreover, can have it done 011 reasonable terms \>j sending
I that question validity fnigh charges by Judge DuPont do him the justice admit Robes of all. kinds.
t I is not Judge Baltzell himself our catechistinother to Prof. J. DAUBY.
the Railroad subscription i i. closed-finally and rut t and at Charleston will be less than at New that he is a high minded, conscientious Christian
; word, is he not the author of the March 12, 1859. 11-ly
,; forever. Should that gentleman, however think York, the price of our staple, judging from the quotations gentleman, patient and laborious on Bench, and inquiry s Shawls & Mantillas !

otherwise, then the remarkable spectacle is pre the past reason, ,'j be better fit the former. impartial in his decisions; he is lie all this he propounded to us? Yes, or no I I yes, perhaps Nature f. the cveat physician This Is saw
I I no the the floridian admitted bj the u a principle -
a
Republic see reason why
I fnn4ametJ
aented of a candidate for judicial position proclaiming port than the latter.It wi .fte. m.dlllrCio.
not a to be placed the Bench Ingr
i proper person upon ; FANCY STAPLE
I I in has ceased .leotrll" When a candidate for economy, that whenever anything wrong)a physIcalsystem
advance through Ids organ what his opinion i is with some pleasure that we chronicle these but if be is, then the Sentinel does him gross injufI I the aaturaijort-ea of the Ir are bJ U bear to G-OOX> B
becomes the IDIEfST
J.thus initng litigation and au appeal to hi*own indications of the and prospects of the Lice in the degrading suspicion which its remarks judicial honor attacking plry. through expel Vie dlsesM. T'he great : :to strengthentbe i
prt'ges I the editorial columns of bis it is natural OWCT5. In w by the oklllJM I'D
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t: He own high th Is full and complete containing part as fellows:5
If' Cur pro-judges mutter and goes upon Florida Road. Tough owning not one dollar of may excite and countenance. On the other hand, organ. eempountiers of BITTERS,
: time for the press generally to @ which give fresh to an the Prints. Ginghams and Gingham R bH.
vitality of
the Bench the
committed in favor out organs
of re-opting the stock in it-\'itl no expectation of making a dime if it is meant that the mere rivalry between the I body Of of Ibis medicine the
---- :: upon stomach the Opera Flannels, White and Red Flannels
: ,; cue, In utter violation of every rule of propriety by iU success or losing one by its failure-we dial), I two in seeking the same office, will induce a prejudice From the .Marianne Patriot, Sept. 10. I h'er who and wise enough,are to prompt quit drugging and decisive.,and try the The Brr-patient Brilliant. Marseilles India Twilling Cloth.
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and in contemptuous difrgar of that studied caution nevertheless! feel as insets pleasure in its completion in the mind of Judge DuPont" ag.inft the interests I 3T Through the kindness of Tux-Collector, TIM,soon feels M If h. had Uk"n a new ]eu o life,and a* Plain and Mixed Kentucky Jeans Cassimere SatilIeta -

of keeping his opinions to himself which should cud successful working a any of those who that represent, and those represented by Mr. N. O. J. ktaleye ate indebted for the fallowing the he continues of the health use of the article,he t his overjoyed to find Tweeds Choctaws anJ Marlboro Stripe
canning frame. Let all -
evw characterize a Judge. But oiAhc other hand, have cmbaiked both their characters and fortunes Judge Baltzell," why will not the I i .lti.Lie of the taxable property in this county: fr ael wbO cheek the bloem tbr,1 give Dr. J. aad Plaids. Bleached and Brown Shirtings '
should fame rivalry Polls .. .. .. .. .. _. tSOO Iloctetur Celebrated Bitten a MaL depa. Bleached and Brown Bbeetmga Osna-
lie rgniz the binding obligation of the ia the adventure. True, we differ with its newspaper produce the same effect on Judge Wright "againstthe Aggregate value of land .. .$ 0 Sold__b,druggist and dealers generally,everywhere.t27 barge Kerseys all kind. Blan-

Jl ndllee leave stated, thru for what purpose i organ as to the propriety or ju.te of Itsattacks interests tL.t repr.ent and those representedby" Number of slaves. ... .. . .I,4.18'. .. ..4,775 0 t IvHMet In iinoUier eedusimoflUOlt1ttfulC1ttof lets Railroad BimmketaCrib

the in the "Gotten case" valuation . . and Bed Blankets.Geia.
reproduced and upon Gov. I'trry as calculated t degrade both Baltzell and DuPont? Like produce Average $593 0
the lucubration.'of .Leoa" given the public the State and its Executive but that difference like efiVcU. cl.e Aggregate value of slaves.$2,811,391 ( tlemen Shawls.Ladies. .
t L.li ; I I mere rivalry is t prejudice Money interest.._.. ... .(114,369 00 anbibaft. Gents, Misses. Boy and Children Gloves fall
through his especial mouth piece I I It not a in no wise affects our desire for the completion one candidate it will another and thus none are fit Notes and a . . .J370.852 kinds, Hosiery and Handkerchief..A.X.SO.

movement for Bt'Coh bid for anti.Railroad and success of a wotk ia which Florida bal much to b made Judges. There are nine candidates in Obligtiool. . .. .$146.010 O 0 8UPKK.TIE COVUT.r .. I

votes? To make the matter a little more plain- at stake. the field, only three of whom can be elected. Who .Barges... ._ ..e. .. .. .. .$2,050 We are antborized to announce .

not to tin f Pleasure Carriages. .. .. ...0.t 53,580 II D. of a candidate fbr Km t CAN ILturvAn & Ctmnr.
attempt One of these
be
1 it a tmmltiy fx plf ever may they will be pledged against 0 WRIHT. Penutt. I
Mule .
.
two be loraand e. $193,735 0 the Jusee Supreme Court of Boon & SHOW CEocinr 1 GLAMWABX
must true cither
lhngs Judge lialtiell believes County the interests that and those te
w CDu.l.0De. 4 represent representedby" and Sheep _. ..$103. 30 Florida.
that it is competent for the Court t overrulethe .mi Mtxsis. EDITORS-F1ea
decision iu the case referred to, or h. doe not gentlemen as ;ticket for County Commissaoners: -- Watches.-. ... . . .. .$13.184 0 We are authorized to announce -0YINKEE I

1 he does 8 believe, Le files io the face of a well G. RIGHT VAN BRUNT, Mo-vraovEtT AID FLORIDA Ruro4D.-Te Penca- Aggregate value of property....$5,320,814 ( W. A. FORWARD, of Jaekln.\f.a. a catdidatefor NOTIONS..

settled and established JA W.l.RKlLL JOHN cola Gazettt of the last Associate Justco of ensuing election Divas KAILS, Gaocnon.TOBACCO. .
long 'prDciple te oom- s MAXWEL 3 says: State Tax .. .......?_... .. J9.847 72 in te Sea AM. LKJOOJLS, C
won law and thus shows Lis want of qualification YN VOTEs "All the Iron for completion of the Pcnsa- County Taji. ....... ._. .. e.4,87% 8
lo the Bench, for a Judge wh. has no better sense -4 *- cola end of the Montgomery d Florida Railroad ba We are authorized to announceD. FrniU and Vegetable in Cans.

than to set naught one of the axioms' of The Richmond -EVyKirer, commenting on Senator been purchased, and part shipped for this place,and Total amount of Taxes. .... ...?I4J321 58 I P. UOGUE, Esq., I a candidate for Associate Sept. 17, 18 2. 93
a plaint nov ( Jar aslhe perception of man can reach) no Children between of 5 & 18 Justice the
law Douglas copyright manifesto on sove t ages .Ie 1.03 of Supreme Court of the State, at the
the is totally vafit to U its expounder. Bat 1 popular possible obstacle remains debar the speedy com ., Females, r'election.

lie Joes not 1 believe, then the people are 1 b rctyla lr'a Magazine, says- pletion of the road. It is no longer to b. said that I'I Oct RunawayfT !

humbugged, because f-Len" ..dfact.dtIrH .Mr. Douglas essay can b* regarded in ..ootberligllt may"b finished, but i it 7; not It raw, bat it ANTI-ROWDY A ANTI-CLUB- MEETING. We are authorized to announce \/ negro boy GEORGE,

that the validity of the County Town than as an incendiary Jet calculated t &ud'. BAUtvoac, Sept. 8Tlere was a large law and DA Vl S. WALKER, of this city, I a candidate .1.t. of age stout built and abou151"1
Ibp pruc. nothing lees than a I ttio. 0 tie anar m- order meeting hee to-day. Several resolutions for office of A Justice of the left plantation on the lat .
tion it In Issue and this fit Supreme my
publication I rrded chy bloe which has lately diae the The Charleston Chamber of Commerce, have de were adopt. recommending the breaking downof Court of Florida at eURing October election. out. think b. is larking in th. .neigbborbood .fTallabassM

Lis organ, backed by the published the sou of Llritr,1 We l.u\le it the tiDe t effect a restoration of the mail Mrvic* tht ., and to restore the purity of tbeBallot _mi or on the OckolockoB near the plac. .

Chief Justice on the identical point raised by L. purpose of iu. err&d of warningthe between that port *pd Havana, tbe wants of the b During the meetingthere a at- The friends of Hon. OHAS.H. where Join 17, B*.'. fcrnaerly hived A'liberal reward

Thus honest and unsuspecting I iptople are conservative men of the .hoe eUDtr against temptat b, rwdie but it was, promptlysuppressed DC-FOOT Announce him A a candidate for time will bee paid by the subscriber for his appes-
Mead believe .tllere this last a nt tisoat dngerou.phas. aDt.sl..o community urgtntlyTtqtirioj that i should L by the police and fifUea of the ringleaders orie-of duel Justice of the Supreme Court o:( bensjoo and confinoment. PAT1UCJrKl11L
to that Ida tiUl euk" "
Je Lays; a ry 3uttioD lus yet assuaKd. done. .- arretted. s Florida., : Mtccsukie 17. 1859. Sft-2v

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Plantation, Negroes, &c., HmtAp j.:0jIN I Valuable iventions I I AMES & LIVELY," :I DR. J. A 'GBANT, I

Dentist
E'QIt S..A.LE. PEELEB.'S WHOLESALE% AND RETAIL Surgeon ,

T lIE Bobacriber ffers, at private sale, bis planta- ECONOMICAL AND VARIETY STEEL BLADE I I I! TTAVISO .'. *ted!In -J. "- -
tion on Lake Jackson, together with the Negroes I --DEALEUSTALLAHASSEE\- !I J X Tallahassee: will ._: .

Stock, Proti kms and Implements, thereon. I :i: ? :Xj C> "rar I I In bjppy to wail on all ; -:"
Also bis House bold Furniture .. C
desirous(
T.ALLLHAS Patented Jane 21st 1859. I S I tloO"leVh. are -
GEO. A. CROOM. I '\G : of hi"service*. Allwork "

-Sept--1'1. 18:19.-: 38tfPilesFistula The Host Economical. Convenient and Ef--j done by fcira wariauts- :.

Tumors &c. I ficient Cultivator Ever Invented. I Q I to give. Dr.general Grant satisfaction. wishes- _. -
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D .J. A. CLOPTON.of lIuntnil1l'A 11.. i is DO" NEW GOODS GOOD GOODS CHEAP GOODS. A THEN properly made, and used if it do n..t I s\ I. those to call.suffering the attention i with. _-----"""-c--- ,

in Tallahassee and ha taken rooir.s at the I \ \ thui j-rwvi ilfel'' I herein plet'ge L y.ell to I invented himself
I toothache to excellent medicine by
Dcmilly House where lie may be ennpclttd in regard j : return the m ney to those who purchase rights for II EO\C\ which will an rive immediate relief. No JIHJOIlafit'r

to the treatment of Files Fi-tuL&. Tumors, Uli! i Goods of the Best Quality their plantations.Requires II % will be without it. Io all such
once using
cers, d.:(!. Perfect satisfaction! will! be given in evrrr j i but one Stock for any kind of a Blade, F LA TootbacheJtc
i and
Chronic
case or charge. Hi trca'meul! IM not jtainful. so I j ten of which way be put on, fastened., and takeu off, I IRE cases as Neuralgic rvoas celebrated .
Allrn'a
be excelled. He has also Dr -
no one nl'l"tI dirad bis: tnatment He Las given I> AT TIlE LOWEST CASH PRICES in one miuute. i 4 now rcceivirg a large aDd fresh supply of the sole

perfect satisfaction in every ease he his operatedon. : Is adapted to sod subsoil,1.i11t1idt'\DJ,' general cultivittiou i ./\.. every variety of articles kept by Dru;gita.PLASTERS. I. Tooth Renovator this St.i-e. and Clea.ser.bein their teeth
of it in Persona wishUg
:
lIe baa cured several this summer of twenty-five I ami may be fumed kito a double plow it FE YS1CL12'S. t user Dr.
and wi I NOW OPEN AND SELLINGAT desired, and is constructed thatarseed tl beatit.fully; cleansed will not fail to give the A
Tears standing! promise to give perfect rr- planter may find this establishment I
at
and others will always a r the
eall. OFFICE n *
O root :
STBEET. Pot
lief to as many as may favor him! with a call. His be attached to it, the cost of which wilt not exceed ::o O.
needed in line and
full of our on Office
supply every thing: fice. A Hoe or dropped at the Poet "
dollar.
in the city..m be governed aocordnig to the one
stay THE liberal they be bAd in Southern
terms can
as us! any meet with attention.
iitrooage he receives, He Lopes note) thkt are afflicted Every part is detachable and adjustable to fail otherwise attended :'I prompt
itell'l Market. Orders by or promptly Al B. Teeth Extracted itkvt Pain. '
.
TIle stock which be made uf :
will stay away.bat come at once ai.d be cured. may common to and filled with the same correctness as if June 18,1859. 5Blacksmith

Tallahassee, Sept. 17. 1859. tf-33 CASH AND EXCHANGE.ROOMS. plank. is so simply constructed and there being no I personally purchased! by Customers.' To Cash! and j 1---- ... ,
weld in the that the whole be
-- -- iron part, pow may
time buyers, we feel confident in saying we 1I :
prompt Notice.
j jnn
readily put up by the couc.moncst Smith after occe !
STATE OF FLORIDA. OFfJE'J < give them entire sutisf.irtion. Our STOCK comprises J I ..
obtaining a correct pattern. The opinion of all n ho
hare seen and tried it is that it will be the I
Drugs.! Dye Stuffs j
Woo SOT ONLY PLOW USEDas Medicine, \ arnisbe, I

sCASH noon as its merits are generally! known and that. Chemicals, Putty, II j
$200 :DElJi: : W ja.3ELX
taking several years together, it will be but a small Perfumery Burning Fluid, It

PROCLAMATION, .. part of present plow expen..e., being not only the I Paints, Camphine. |t
but which be used. Oils, Glass Ware, '
most
convenient cheajx-st plow can ;
EV M. B. rEKET, GOVI: OC: OF FLO1IflA.VTHE1EA. .
I CUSTOMERS and PROMPT: PAYING MEN. if you will examine toy Stotk before ordering Farmers may fit their pre!.eu*. supply of Scutcrs, I Fine S..ap;*. Window Ola!?. I :
Ims ben furnUhed the
: lufiimation : you will fiud that I am soiling gooila of all kinds us Shovels and Sweeps for this !stock and ever! knocl, Fine Tooth and Hair I Manufactured! Tobacco I
\ V that John A. Presc*
Executive Depaitiueut >tt tbe wings off their wrought Turning Plows and fix Biu hc!, Patent Medicines -
with the Murder of William 113. Ta11nhnsscc i BUSINESS IN
and Eli Prescott charged Choap BLACKSMITH
for Paint rushes, Fine Havana :Scgar%. ,rUE AM
II. Wiight iu the County of Oranga nre fugitives as they are selling iu any city of similar: : advantages.MY 1 Ibis.PEELER'S Surgical Instruments, I Medicine Chests, I will be carried on a ?
from justice. Now. ih refute, in order that the j OLD STAND, by the undersigned. wh return
eaid John A. and Eli Prescott may be brought to STOCK IS THE LARGEST; AND MOST COMPLETE I HAVE EVER OFFERED.: AND -I buited to Plantation. and Family el't. {I thanks for and solicits a continuation of. the pn'' j

trial, I, MADISON S. PERRY Governor of the EMBRACES EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS REQUIRED IN THIS MARKET. TUBE WINKS & nIA DIES-C r HCDICIKAI. purposes. patronage heretofore so liberally tJtt'IIt',1 .. a

State of Florida. do hereby offer the reward of Two IIETJ1E[ DISTRIBUTOR; -A.T.SO- \IL"O .

Hundred dollars for the apprehension and delivery ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED. 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE.D. July 1. 18591: 30 [Sentinel eopy..

of the said! PrE'.c<.tla or one hundred for cither of C
them to the Sheriff. Orange County. 500 TS. LADIES FINE: DRESS GOODS; Talented June 21st, 1850, H. AMES, M.. LIVELY. JOHN B. GLlR.\TH.. .T. W. BREVARD,..

MEM-John A. Prescott is Lout 25>> yea a cf age. OF TilE LATEST STYLEND DKST FABRICS.CU A DAPTED to the sowing and distributing of any I May14iS.9.. 20

six feet two inches hiffh.yellow liair. Ii'.* "',fa.. ..' >T1I&;. (;.\S J\JERES.: TWEEDS:: &c., L.\_ kind of manure and fertilizers whether fine or -SUPERIOR- -- -- ---BURNING-- ----- --FLUID---, Galbraith & Br vard, .
low complexion fp-nt teeth bad weigh/ about two coarse either in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or I ,
CENTS AND DOYS WEAR.
hundred pounds ; very light board, when in conversation FOR wagon on a plantation may be readily fixed for tlu'g CAMPHENE A TTORYS .A/T LA 5 ,

speaks rather loud. :3000 PAIRS HOOTS: AND SHOES, I purpose at a trifling cost. Any planter giving it a I TALLAlASStE.: FLO I,.

Eli Prencott is 21 or 22 rears of age: ,lIs, rather a FOR LADIES GENTS, CHILDREN AND SERVANTS. fair trial: and finding the above, to be not true will KVU0SErVE: & AnD OII. July 23. IS 'J SO

boyish appearance; hair light, eyes blue; nose turned 2000 PAIRS FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. have his money returned. For sale by AMES t LIVELY ---. - --- -+ -- -

up and very low and sunken between the eyes, nal- OF LATEST CUT FOR MEN AND noys.I Oae of the greatest labor saving Inventions-the May 14, 1859. 20 Spring & SummerGOODS,18594'.
is about 5 feet 6 8 inches I farmers have needed. -
complexion; or high. I very thing so long ---- ---- -- -- -- ---
lu testimony w hereof, I have hereunto set my NEGRO KERSEYS BY THE BOX, --- )--- The Original Extract Quality
band aud caused to be affixed the Great I NEGRO BLANKETS BY THE BALE j I Those wishing to purchase State or County Rights .

[a.. s.] Seal ll.f the :State of FKuida. Done at the FINE RED AND GEl:: BLANKETS for either of the above Invention!, or wiflin.: ;to be Corn Starch, --- --- -

Capitol in Tallahat-ce, this Ulhday of 1 LINSEYS AND come agents for the sale! of rights now lute an opportunity "IjREPARF.Dexrrcfsly: for Pudningc Ice Cream : T l 7 E are npw i

September A. D. 1S59.M. RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS for !gioit :grain. _L Cakes, Bance ilange: ,Cufctards, Pies%Pin ijje.tc: i T ing:large i,
S.I>PERRY Governor cf Fla. 1.CJSXD; ) FLAiXELS'1 Address Rev. JAMES PEELER.Tallahassee : Ilcceivcdfrecb by AMEJ t: LIVELY.lily I assortment of sr

By the Governor-Attest > uini ida.: 21. 1859. 21Congress ( -
F. ViiLEnct'E., 100 DOZEN LINEN CAMBRIC: HANDKERCHIEFtf, My son A. J. PEELER will net us my agent at ----- I J'SiD/lEr
Secretary of SUite. I 200 DOZEN HOSIERY. this place and) i I'M authorized to sell Individual County : I IXU, Gentemen'

StpL 17. St I IIOOI SKIRTS AND CORSETTS. or State Right: *, or employ nzcnta for the mile of Water. iiithing good of

------ 189.Attachment. ---- I JACONETS AND CAMBRIC.: the SHine. JAMES PEELLR. SUPPLY just received snlforMle I description,youtl. : :
June AFRESH
CO: 1869.
31-ly rt'iv-C
I MANTLES AND SHAWLS ____ AMES A LIVELY. 1 .
--- -- - --- -

In Leo Cirrlt t,! Cvvrt. ..ttt'IfI"/oifit.:2tM.4JO.hay Sum. afl'Jl't&Leb1.O6Lauio7u CLOAKS AND: TALMAS. University of Louisiana.(1 -May- H 14.. IS.[?. 20White_ h____ I

BLEACHED, BROWN AND! COLORED DOMESTICS; Lead. I A full supply l
] Thompfonand John O. r Imnll. M'rc1lanls..nJpartnf'ra \
BY THE BALE PIECE OR YARD. DEpTimi Black all l }"
trading and d<>in, Liibiints under lie 91 EXT. I
:
: EXTRA: and, No. 1-Ground! in pure Rill end Mir ,
firm and of Ti' Ji Pittmat CORNICES AND CURTAINS 1.Jtrr.
Dame, style on.psou; i I Oil just received! awl for sale bv : : Drab
",. I CARPETS OF EVERY DESCRI"I'ION.hI.tRDWARE 'I'IIIE Annual Course of Lecture". in this Depart- AMES Jt I'in'l \ .
William 0 Mtlnniss.T AND \., will commence on NONDAY, November I WLie. '

'HE Defendant and all others interested are bem'bv I I ; CUTLERY.\ GLASS W.REXD CROCKERY. It 14th 1819. and will terminate in tL"ensuing March. I y_ ,!! __21_ ___ ___..__ i nlek Drown.and Grey and! Black Silk mixed Spriu Coat I
JAMES JONES M. D. Professor cf Practice
of
notified ol, the commencement of this suit 1 HATS, CAPS AND UMBRELLAS: I J.I licitle. T EMONS Guava and Cuinnt ,Jelli s, Prune''. iiiT! fur suit!5.
LyaUchDJct. rrtuinable to the uext term of said _1...J Pears, Sardines, Pickled o\"ter,Biandy Peach- II All of which we are prepared! t mnnnfactirre
TRUNKS VALICES AND CARPET BAGS.'II.I.O' J. 1... RIDDELL. M. D, Professor of Chemistry.WARREN .
Court at Tallahassee, end to appear and plead to I Cs I, Plel'ned LeIIJltnS, Oranges. Fine Arl.I..1! and promptly in the best and most fashionable manner.
STONE. N. D.. Pn.feof SurgeYr.A. .
the same. SAUNDERS, She.1ff. \ WARE AND YANKEE : Giiiger,OrPf'u Gage MartnalaJe: J.elJ.lun Syrup Ru>p" Please give us a e%ti.
NOTIONS.AG M
II. CENAS. D. Pr feseor Obtetric.
September 17, 1859.SELECT. 38-4w : .\ IMPLEM ENTS. berry do.. Stra\\berry do. Pine Apple do. and Oil:' ATORIUSi it CLARK. ..
I GUST AY US A. NOTT. :31 D., PnTefs.ruf Mate-
----- --- -
-
-- -- --- ---- IRON X.ILSD; SALT, lia Medica. per ., Rispbt'iry Vinegar Fresh Salmon. Lobster May 28. IMS. 22WM7M7 .
SCHOOL.7 i Haddock. lIaJll.ut: end, bhad. Assorted! Pickles, --------- -- ---
BAGGING AND: ROPE. T. G. RICHARDSON.M. D Professrr; of Anatomy.

---0- CONCENTRATED: MANURES: THOMAS HUNT, M. D, Professor Physiology, Scotch Ale :an.l! PUI'('r.Havana LAWTON & CO.,
20,000 SegarsAMtS
E GRANT, oidow of the Ute PafosiN I I and Pathology.
\ fRS. L. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. :: &:: LTVELT.: FACTO S ;
1 nor Jcbn A. Orai.t, returns Ler grateful aeknowleilgemeuts GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS :-\. E. CHAILLEM. D..l Dcrnoiistrara: of Anatomy.7Iie May 21. 1839.: 21 STO s. c.
: C.\HL.
W, C. ICHULS.M.V.: :
to her lends end latr.is for their f .
: ------- ---- -- --- --- -- I WM. M. LAWTOX.J .
kiudix-M Kince lift retti'! l.l'e in L'.l.awe.! and rcs- I OF ALL KI DSD: VARIETIES.FRUITS. Room for Dissecting will be open on the! sic- \VP.IOHTBACOT
I
peetfully solicits a further .hare of their patronage.bhe : ,-VEGETABLES: AND FISH IN CANS: ond Monday m October. iJcd Liver Oil. BORY LAWTON da. ,

: will open a S.l let Scho.d for Mi.->HS. alo a few GO; : IIEN DITHER AND ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE, The Faculty are Visiting Phjsivijns and Surgeonsof "TTIRESII: AND PURE of theerlebrated "BrnnJa" 1 Aug. !o. 1819. 34-3'n

lx, ..f nini seven to\Vd 1 vc years old,ut her re.idpixc- AND EVERY THING ELSE USEFUL AND UH .DIEYJ"\L. %the Charity IIo.pital.Ihe !. .1. III'O; >I11\n. Clflrk: .t t Co. the l>nue ftirmerly ert"ul'l.-J by tL, late Dr. AnM. I StUtltnts accompany the rofonsors in their For MiV' by AMES The &cbolastieVear will commerce on tle 18thSepteiuUr ifits, and free of expense enjoy extraordinary practical 21. 1S59.! 21Jl'ST t
and close IClh July. Cotton and other Country ProduceTAKEN advantages. May FORTY: Forty.fiVe aue! Fifty gw Qias al"af s i

-U-- I l'relimlllltotLe Course, Lectures will be deliver RECEIVED supply Mrs.ALLEN'S I and for a (by ,

TERMS FOR THE YEAR: AT .MARKET PRICES *'d daily in'the Amphitheatre) of tl.e Hospital: from Restorer and Zilcibalsamnm- lOINIS A lEG '. i.
the 1st ot October,TCI Clrncitl! Medicine and Surgery lor sale by AMES LIVELY.. August 6. 18:9.-
Primary C\IR\ f:2O-2d Clans, f SO)-3JClatS $10.No j IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS. and other subjects.without any charge to students. May: ?1. )ISStf. 21 '
extra charge ('r .LrulJl'rl. or French. erfrpi AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. CROW 'S DOrDLECfLI.mil
THOMAS HUNT, Al.D., Dean. --- ------- ---- ------
drawing uttcni8. Other orui-v.4.I i....> .- .*... . .
..
| TU AdltnriJirtratcr. tU Clarity IIoa|> t*l Ixi
usual: ctmrzesIncidental annually, in April, fourteen Resident Studeuts. who English Linseed Oil, o.oSAwGINI':

Expense' 1. Cash Aclvaiices Made on Cotton: are maintained by the institution. V IM'RC\ ARTICLE boiled and raw. Fur ale A NEW IXETIOpFcr
1'npiN rtquirrd to furtiis'li tluir own <3o KS Aug. 27, 1859 35 .1.1... by the Cask or gallon. by HOPKINS A MEOINNHS. i
email table l chair. I 8111
nn in attendance PLANTATIONS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS.IF AMES A LIVELY.Mny Aug. 13. 1829.
Puirfls are n-quirtd to I* r"lHtoal STATE SEMINARY" i .
al*) to-siudy at lia t t... houn out C.! echoi.l every 21. 1S59.! ____21Compound_ __ ___ ___. __ ___ - -- ----

dav. YOU WANT GOOD COOPS AND CHEAP GOODS (!JI:!' T22; : SaT' lll1'3m! Gentian'y2 250,000 Acres of
No pupil) y.eriVCd f"r a le s time than k.ilf: a stssion. LOCATF.D AT TALLAHASSEE." Raio'ad

Kr unl aedurtioii\_ ''J T"1 except in?reemtit case cf protracted: illness. CALL AT THE rrHE third scholastic year of this Institution will 1BEI.:: : __' ':z :' I:. Lands for '

half udtancc.Sept : ou the firet Monday of October next. lands
IIESE
I'ntineiit in r1.I1FSE BITTERS are an infalinle remedy for rj are composed of the alternate seg-<

__ _10, 1S.VJ._ .h _37_ __ .[_Sent.____copy._ CASH: AND EXCHANGE :ROOMS: : -0- JL Bilious! and all disorders/.risintr from a deranged Railroad_L tions on either side the of the Pensacola .t Georgia
1 granted by States and State of
MALE DEPA11T3IEXT. condition of the digestive organs. Dyspepsia, Debility Unitl

WOODRUFF2SJ OF Rev. D. McNEILL TURNER will have charge of Liver Complaint, Low Spirits Want of Appetite. Florida to located aid in building tli road. Thw offered
that of the
this Department and! be aided by such competent I Ac.: For cite by AMES:: & LIVELY. from are Tallahassee on to part eteior.
a
J'Re'\{ 21. 1859. 21PROSSER'S Algatr
May
CS-oo. "vcicctt assistant; teachers not less than two. its the interests ___i Most of them are vicinity: of aDd east '
; ;, Ta1 hnssoc. of the school from time to lime demand." mic.
=>
may Suwannce
: ,Vl OI1T 'RITr. They embrace variety
Tuition fees for Session tit 4j months ::;pE'I. I PATENT tle soil from lands suitable merely for every timber and
n AT_ September. 1859. 38 ling Reading, Writing, Elementary Arilh-
LAP-'W'ELDED naval stores, to the valuable description the
-- --- -- -- -_- "_". .,..i....... ._. . .. .. ... .. .. f1n nn ----- mOt lo
3d Station Walker's Mill ------- --- --- --- ---- '10" v vv I production of Sea Island and Short Cotton, Sugar),
Wesleyan Female I I PROCLAMATION The above, with GeographyGrammar, Practical IRON BOILER TUBES. Rice, Corn,Tobacco and other agricultural proeuctl *
-'\ \ T ITII a pood supply of Bagging: Rope, Twine College. Arithmetic, Intellectual Arithmetic of Florida.! A la'ge proportion are pine hud bated
\V New }1<>ur. Salt. Riic. Ul.i*key.,; Ham. Bacon Second and History. 15; 00 --- -- with dense and
rIIE Twenty Annual Session; will com 0 clay large forest growth,resembling -
bhoulders. Cb(>('!!l'. Lird Duth r,:1Ihl MCM I'ork. JL rucuce on the first Monday in October under the The above, with, Physical Geography. Physiology Tt VERY nrlicle necessary to DRILL the TUBE : much the best pine Iv'da of Baker coaoty. Gear '

Sut{ar, Tea aDd Cvffoc. with) a (gottj stotk of 3IulIiu'sTobacco. direction of the following! officers: Science of 'hings. Algebra and 1st JJJ PLATES mid to SE1'THE TUBES in the gia-with the difference in their favor that climate

__ Kev J. }I. DOXXEJ.L, A. II. PrMU..t ADJ IVuffiuMir My M. S. PERRY, CovHicron or FLORID Book\ Latin. 20 00 Lest manner. and proximitv the seaboard make them admirably
Dry O-oods. of M-.r.il :Science and Belles Lettree.Rev. For more advanced classes in ilathemr, Tube CLEANERS, Steel-'Wire and Whalebone. adapted for the t of Sea Island Cotton .
rifHEREAS. the General Auembly of said Languages; and Sciences!,. 25 00 BRUSHES. p.dueti aD.
COSBY W.SMITH A. M. Professor of Ma-
Sugar. of UICM land .
Atsorto.ent' of everything in the Tiade.HARDWAIllb. thematics. \ \ State by Resolution approved January tb, For further particulars reference is outdo to the recently Tubes tar ARTESIAN: WELLS. &: '. Screwed! be found Te the of ..i-
1659, Resolution to obtain the sense of the published! letter of Mr.Turner. together, flush on both sides, or with Couplios either crops cm cane,long
Rev. F. X. FOUSTER A. M. Professor of Latin short staple cotton uow growing them and adja.eeat -
eutsLJe oT inside. o
of Florida iu ;
Pei-ple regard to Annexation of West
Literature.Rev. .
-0FEMALE and similar lands which' those w bmg to
Even thing fron a needle to an aiKlior.iudia W. C. BASS, A. M, Prt-f. of :Natural Science. Florida to the State of Alabama," directed that the THOMAS PROSSER & SON. chase are requested to call and examine. The pur.

: Kublur Boiling mid Packing alvnyfc on Land.A Jonl.. C. SC1I\VAUT2. Piof. of Modern Languages. Governor shall>y proclamation direct that vote betaken DEPARTMENT.MISS 28 Platt Street New York. will have access to both the Gulf and Atlantic pw'eLasn -

good supply of Cyprt' Syrup liurrels. Drawing and! Pan.Iioir. fur or against the annexation of West Floridato SMITH will have charge of this Depart Aug./ 20. 1859. 31-3m ports of to which our roads are now built
--- ----------- Forida
Liverpool l andy West Salt. Alabama: : meet aided by MRS. CASE and MISS WILSON.::
P. U. GU1TENRUROKR, Prof. of Muic.Mrs. and bring on ( completion of tile 1
All to be sold at Kewport pricun. : S. S. HANCOCK. Aseistant in Music. AW, therefore; I, M. S. PERRY Governor of the LIST OF STUDIES: Wanted Immediately. connection of fIJe.1c & Georgia t Road with the :
try produce. I v i'l buy or make advances ou COT. State of Florida, do hereby order that the Judges of t
MillS L. GUTTENOEROER. Assistant in Mu!ic. Main Trunk road of
: the ol
Arithmetic Georgia
Probate for the several Counties Alphabet Spelling. Reading Elementary LAD! from 14 to 18 years of age, who writes a principal part
TON.I Miss M. E. CARLTON, AssUtact iu Literary Dapartment open a poll at precincts : A these lands in ten travel of Savannah
Elementary Geography, Writing English good hand and is correct in

.will Hides Skits Tallow in their respective counties in tin figures, as an assistant 1I'i b bur
buy Beeswax manner
Eggs
: proscribed Grammar Natural They are at io hours travel of '
both
said Geography, History, Philosophy, in thf Railroad Office at St.Mark present abut ; ,
Resolution and
by make
or Poultry.! -A LSOAGENT I :Madame S SCHWARTZ, Instructress in Ornarrental the eof to the Secretary of this State. due returns History of U. S., Ancient History, Astronomy, Algebra To one poaseeniiig the above qualifications and is Charleston and : by steamer to Fcrnasdias'and

Department. In Arithmetic, Science of things. Com;>osiloo. willing to make himself generally useful, a good sit thence by Railroad, &&, to Alligator. These
whereof I have hereto
FOR.THEWAKULLA 11. P. REDDING and LADY Steward's Department. hand testimony and caused to, be affixed the Jet my The tuition fees will correspond with those in the uatidn i i" offered. Apply to A. B. NOTES, Linda were granted for Railroad purposes and th
great ,.ale that each will be proceeds of the sales are to be applied tb
IRON WORKS.I Seal of the department except pupil first Aug 2'1. 't9.; 35-41 St.Marls. t *pfcr
State of Florida.
[L. a.] Done the
About Two Hundred Dollars will meet the expenses at examined and then tie charge be made in accordance chase of iron for the rod already o the

".malwaT' have on hand or be able to of a Boarding Pupil in the Uefrular College Capitol.of in the city of Tallahassee this let with! the studies to be pursued.MRS. grading of which is in rapid progress g j .
procureat A. D. 1859. Savannah
Ue shortest notice, a stork <>f well made Sugar Course. No extra charge far Vocal Music, Frenchor day M.Seprember S. PERRY BROWN'S Music Rooms are near the Medical College. To effect this object(the purchase of iron,) prompt '
Governor of Florida.
Hills from ?4O and ujiwanU, Gin Segment. Sugar Latin. \gT: One half of the Tuition and Board- By the \'erDor-Attest Academy arid arrangements will be made to enable 'iMIE Seventh Annual Course of Lectures in this sales are desirable, and I invite th immedt..t .

Mill, Ac.: Ac: TIIOS. M'OODRUFF. tHyftr ttwst be paid in aurancf.For }o'. L. VILLEPICCI: of State. girl wi li hogto! take lessons in music to do so with 1. Institution, will commence on the second Monday tim of all persons wishing such property pu-
N. It. Good al'COlDmoo"tiou for TravclenStpt further particulars, apply: to any member of Commer! Secretary Marianna out interfering with their other studies. the fourteenth, of November next. individuals and etmpaoies ciroC of purchaa r
J3f Advertiser
the Faculty. W C. BASS: Sec. of Fac. Patriot hog in .,
large
10, 185l>. 37-3m Peusacola Observer, Tallahassee Sentinel -0- Preliminary lectures will commence on the first of qunMilC.
-- -- ---- Macou.Ua., Sept. 10, 1869. S7-3t Press, Jacksonville Standard and Peninsular Independent The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of November. TIKMS- cash and the balance in one '

For Sale. copy uutil day of election and forward accounts fur 4 February} months and each the, the second first of 1st which will end on 10th: FACULTY: annually and two year in advance.with eight per cent irest payable .

FARM of 110 acics romi"ting >. rtly! of Hammock Notice. settlement. on July. R. D. ARNOLD M. D.. Professor of Theory and Settler these
A : 4 The tuition fees will be paid ia advance at the on Linda are requested t.make immediate
3 1859. 86Plantation Practice of Medicine.
Sept. ,
and of Pine
Land all of excellent
partly commencement uf each session. application me at Tallahassee.
subciNK.T offers for sale Irs; place UNPEE- t blleter .
----- P. M. KOLLOCK. M. D, Professor ef Obstetrics and
quality 3} nibs finn Madison C. II. About 20 THE
.." within a mile and a half uf Tallahassee, The City of Tallahassee will pay for each scholar Diseases 01 Women and Children.! GWYNN,
acre under fence. On the place there is a well built Goods. whose borne and place of abode is Agent Pen. & Geo. R. R.Co.
Iud two and a half of Bet Air. The place contains permanent within W. G. BULLOCU. M. D., Prcfe-sor .
dwelling A bargain Louse, and Le all had uccesjary if out for llllilJin ". Another :32l acres of .. good land as is to te found within "TTf are now receiving our nsnal Fall supply her borders, five dollars per session, to be credited B. READ M. D. Professor Matena Surgery.J. : Medica. Juy! .30. 1853. :-
may apjJicd soon. the same distance of Tallal.ai.; with a new GIN T T Goods for Plantation to which ,' invite ou the tuition feec-the balance wCl be paid by tile
use e JURIAII HARRISS, M. D., Profes
tract of 250 acres, adjxiiiug' the above will be >or Pby"ioIJ':
old with it if desired. Apply J. L. Miller HOUSE and SCREW and all necessary out build. the inspection of planters and public generally.. pupilEach N. A. PRATT. M. D, Professor Chemistry.W. Jut Received
\n Ksq .
ings, and an unfailing well of excellent water. The HOPKINS A MEQINMSS.Aiig.20,1859. county West of the Suwannee has the rightto i
:
at Madibou C. 1!.,or to the subscriber at Tallahassee R. WARING, M D.. Professor Anatomy By '
free of tuition S1oaze.
Florida. House is commodious and convenient containing 34 send fees one scholar to the male J. E. GODFREY. M.D. Demonstrator of
ISAAC Anatomy.
AULD. twelve rooms, with store rooms and closets, etc.I and one to the female department, such scholars to Clinical Lectures: at the Savannah f r\ BARREL FLOUR,
10 6i9. twicea
Sept. 37-tf. >ul> et.ll with the place my boWIe and I lot at DAILY EXPECTED, be nominated by the Board of County Connnisaionrs week, Drs.Arnold and BuIIovh Hospital t\J .
--- -- ---- -- --- by on their respective fibls. -'
2 Dried Beef
of their counties.
Plantation for Sale. el.\ir.23 VALUABLE- ALSO-XEGJIOES. Our Fall & Winter Goods, The distinguith'cd respective ar.d gratifying success which has delivered branches.at the There Hospital are for the the only benefit clinical of Students.lectures 3 bWs. Lard

r pHE PLANTATION MX: miles from Tallahaswe I COS8WTJXG OF attended both Departments, relieves tbe Board of Agreeably to the conditions of the State Donation 3 Tierct Ham 'C
X on the Bainbridge road, known as the Scot land Term. male known on application.T. DRY GOODS, HATS. Education of the necessity of recommending either one Student! from each Cougru&Iuual Ditrict..ilI betaken 10 Sacks Cofee.

plantation, containing (60 acres of land. about 610uf W. BREVARD. HARDWARE, CLOThING to the putilio' favor. The Board of Education will free of charge. 10 Cak Uacn,

which are cleared hat ing a new Dwelling and all I Sept. 10. 1659. 37 GROCERIES, I CORN SHELLER3, contibue to exercise< a constant supervision over both Applications with necessary vouchers most be Cheap o"h n A SUI5E.; JilWM. .

necessary out buildings, including a new Gin House BOOTS
Screw and Negro Cabins. The tract might be ad- Notice.SIX For s,,le cheap by BOND &; CO. pride, the ornament, and the blessing!, of our State.: I Fees fur entire Course of Lectures .$105 00 -- C

vanlsgeoosly divided. I Lloyd Aug. !7. 11159. 85 D. S. WALKER, Matriculation ticket(paid once). ... .. 6 00 II. lUcDONlLD A CO'S.,
Propositions for the purchase of the whole or Months after' date I shall present my final President of the Board of Education. .
any Demonstrator Ticket....,. .. . 10'00
part will be revived until the let of December next, and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro Cotton.CASH Sept. 3, 1859. 86BwA Graduating Fee. .. "._. .. .. ... *0 00 btttising ftummssiazHo.
and If not sold tbe place will be for rent the ensuing bate of Leon eonnty, as administrator the Estate ADVANCES made on Cotton by ------ For further particulars applv to Iat.

year. For terms, which may be at a long credit for of John S. Wilcox deceieed. late of said county, Aug. 27, '59. S5 BOND three fourths aad ak for a discharge from said administration. NEW YORK.
of the purclmw apply' to me in Tallahassee. VALUABLE WATER-POWER MILL Aogcst 27, 1669. 85-4t
OEO. II MEGINNISS. JAMES BARFIELD Ad-nt'r.
Bagging and Rope (Grist Mill attached)with COD) acres Pine Land. will be '
Agent of Mrs.S. A. BITTON. Sept. 10, 1839.Plantation. 37- ra KTOTIOIETO : AdVriat rere as above,.to pub-
The MiH is situated about the centre of the tract of .
10, 1839.: S73mNotice. IAle by BOND t CO. 1eL
Sept
FOR I land and 2 miles from Station Nw. I ppr.Au.
2, Pen. t Geo. LAND 20,
27
---- --- -- Aug. 1859. 15 PURCHASERS. "
for Sale. R. R. and J of a mile from aaidrnad.

II Fur further information apply; to the undcitigned" Subscriber having a much larger Tract of '
subscriber c-ffen for sale the Plantation .5
T OFFER f.* sale the Cheapest Plantation in FlorI THE, five miles East of Tallahassee the ly-St Sundries. en the. premises,or by letter. JL Land thi ) he can cultivate,(m: 3,240 acres) ,..Notc.
ida, lying on the Shell Point Road 12 miles Augustine Road known *. ,"on It ROPE AND TWINE, Address C. C. BYRD. hereby offer a part of it f)r sale; and with a viewto ( \N and alter Vf.Amell will be -
Fsvntkrey. contains -
South; of Tallahassee, containing 1.780 acres-280 I 1,200 acres, more or less, of a* good land as BALE. of all kinds Bailey's Mills, Florida. accommodate purchasers, will: divide it out into. V/ associated agency JOT -r

rlt'sred-th. balance well timbered pine laud,mixed: CAD be found ia Leon County; together with the Negroes. Rio aud Java Coffee, September 3, I$59. 31-4m small tracts of from four to six hundred acre. each. l'C03B COTTON. PRESS A .IRON,T2./:-\)j
with oak and hickory inot of which will produce This land lies in Leon and Jefferson ermoti i,14 mile All
Choice letter busin.ssho.M
I Carolina Rice coetoMrur orders
Horses, Mules,Stock of aU kinds, Corn. Fodder ,
from 20 to 25 bushels of corn per aqre,or from $00 ic.He Fresh Florida Arrow Root, Notice.ALL ent of Tallahassee; the main body of the tract being be addressed to A o oe. would-b well
rCla
to 1,000 lbs cotton The place is well improved with I will also ell (th. lodivided half of that Tractof :Brown, CrcUied and Granulated Sugar perrons having claim or demands against cak nor"h and hickory with clay foundation'skirted on the for all order* t b lane in i immediately, .*'. -
Dwelling House, Cistern (holding 7,000 gallons wa Laud D Superior south and west with-first quality pine land, them ready .... .
lying two mile East o( u.ir. planted Burning Fla'd estate: of J. L L Green deceased late of with t. .
ter,) all ncceosary out houses, negro quarter stables, and known Lamp and Linseed Oil Leon an abundance of fine timber. Tbe tract may pe' !1. ; .
occupied! by Fettle &: Chair*, aa Cor county, are notified present them to the nn- be .rnIm.
Iron Sugar Mill and Furnace, Gia House and Screw. nucopia. It contain about 2COO ems 01 Clay aud Pure Whit. Lead tad Spirit Turpentine Jertigned! within the tiUl6 prescribed by law, or this will so fall divided that a lair proportioa of cleared land July 20, 1839. SI, .
.tc:.; all of which: I will sell for the small sum of Pine land. Also the undivided half! of all the Stock Wheeler t WUoo'a Sewwg Machine Needles notice will be plead in bar of their recovery; and all with to each tract; every fart being well watered ..
( ,000co easy terms I will also sell my stock of the Ac. Heavy and Oo on place, together will" the plow hoes Light Osnalmrp, Ae. person iodeUed are requested to make immediate afoot New atPiekir5 '
150 ot 200 cattle 'With the place, if a purchaser BEN. CHAIBES. Jr.Tm.U.' to NowinStorsao4fq.ateby ... -." :- payment. tbree-qaarten of a mile on the north tide. Of I -

wishesiL Come and luok. WN. N..TA Yl5tR.) Be*. C. and Octavia J..:Chaires. t o. I J. ME01NSIS3.Aug. . ELCY GREEN, Adm'L course Terms purchasers will 'bamioe for tbemeelrea. U 'BARRELS' NEWT WflL'r,7LQtR; r.'

Sept. 10, 1659. 37-21 SepL 3. b .V. 3C-tf '. ... .. 27,1853.. -.tt., > S pt. 10, Is. 9. :n8"r August easy.:7, IS9. WILLIAM'GERMANY. I Au.Oi8I3.o-safe. byJ 'n9P : Y 1 .. .

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: PloridfuttI &; Joithii I WTYJ.tAW: "' P#SLUSSER, FASSMANN"S-- TIES HOSTJhlTTJBR'S. WOOD,'-EDDY & CO.'t G round Pure in .J'Zinc)-pered..Linsetd Whiter ,Oil.)

SiT mON HOOPS AND SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERIES. Late .receiVed fiest supply] of this
.J ,t f : published hm f" RDAY;fcy. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA FOR COTTON BALES. STOMACH BITTERS, WE and just beautiful White, direct from themauufletory

I IAMES8.JONES & CHASEDYKE.A I MAWCFACTTBER OF COITKH.TIN: AXD SURE: -- For t\4 etat-tf Dytptptla, NmM (fcllAETEEED BT THE STATE OF OEOEOIA.) and offer it to the public silL most rr

''. t IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL cent flatUiv> Lett of Irlgl .-.-. feet confidence,us pressing ALL the QUALITIESwhhbrendsr
I Tv. Dou.iisperinnumioadianee.TERI I Price (G j cent8yerpovnd.-25J.7er .. /
Conplaintt aritiny DESIRABLE, viz: It.
: DEALER PLAIN FANCY JAPANNED Ltd 1f OOO a Faint MOST
StamacA
I I IN AND lees than Rope. ef or Capital Prize $5 INCOMPARABLE BRILLIANCY OV COLOR
:: t ADVERTISING ; W Ani. JV. Colic, C Jort..
of Jronov QUALITIES
POISONOUS
the advantages i facto all
considering of FREEDOM
One" square* of 1 2 subsequent lines or!ees,first insertion" $1 00 80BrofeMtonalanJ I stove lleadQnnrtcrs.A ANYone a material for binding Cotton Baleswill the human TieW family the feet In more that evr lee subjected member to TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS NEVER INJURING VE HEALTH of the work.

; teach Busiaess Cards inserted at$I 0 per SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor be surprised that it has not beta adopted long some of the above complaints, besides innumerable men. or innatcs (f Tainted .portaientu-its
annum. .L.L. and Wood Stoves trimmed with neatowt 3 since. In its security against fire there is an over other conditions in life which, WOOD, EDDY 4- CO., Managers, DURABILITY in the MOST FXPOfED SITUATIONS
and reduced K. whelmiaigreason for its adoption. the of little knowledge or end its GREAT SUPERIORITY to Wkite
at
Adv rt'sepiets not marked trith tl>' number durability prices. by IsilltDC a Successors to S. SWAN & CO.
insertKHM will I* continued entil and charged Out Door Work. The Pieffes iu the Seaport Citirs have been th. exercise common sense,they may b able Lead in all ILe various UMS to which the latter$ .
r"rbid. -
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main cause of its not being generally adopted; but so to regulate their habits of diet wit will be drawn WOOD. retofore Lean arrried. For saV lyAME
L a eierdingly.I Roofing.Ornamental From heads Guderine.Copper nnd the Or, following Scheme by .to LIVELY.
generally
of of eatateIN'.I now that objection is removed .the assistance of a good tllicleur permanent THE Academy
Certifieal publication legal or of the -
_f will not be given until the advertising fee iapaid. << and Tin Conducting Pipes. Sheet Lead Sbee t leans PreE,!. the largest in N. 0.. give it the/rtfer. health. In order aeomplsh this &in Co.each Managers of their Single Number Sparta May 21, 1859. 21 _
V Zinc. Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pnraps. Shop worl ence over rope. The Fa maD Iron Ho p desired object, the true course t pursue is, I.lell. LteI
of variety done at short notice. i't.'I" d4 which will A natural riesf.rSptf'mber.IS59.at Georgia, MILES NASH &. CO.
r every the improvement of one of the propi ? *u> certainly that produce Augllt .
"- ---- city nnd Country re-hams adopted from the fact that it is f"uml after long experiment elate things a the least hazard of vital ( I Dealers in Drags, Medicines, &c.

Land for Sale. Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pm ,to mbinelbe greatest merits iu simplicityand strength and ; for this end Dr. Hosteller Clai Z6 Dfatt Saturday, Sfptemltr 3, 1859. from New Yerk bark IL 11.Cin-
. made" It has introduced this country a preparation 37 JJraiet Saturday, 10, 1859.CVaM received per
of :
chasing elsewhere.. facility of application any one yet t C/a. lln"bt JUST in line,
articles
cur
offers for sale 1730' fX STOMACH 1859. assortment of
& a
; 'priE undersigned acres for called 38 Drav Saturday, 17. general
I is charge
N. B. All articles miuiufactucd from the so prepared as to require no recompres- Fluitt
Lod lying in Jefferson county-1060 acres of tr verj tin*. Thus obviating the only remaining difficulty BITTERS, which at this day is not a neW Clal 89 Draws Saturday Sfptentber 24, 18 9: such as Oil of almost every kind Burning
best material and warranted durable. No other art Window Glass of
! which lay within a short distaoce of Station ;2!.on tl e the .beard eilies. medicine, but one that has bn tried for White Lead, Zinc and other paints.

Pensacola .l Georgia Railroad, and C50 Acres are in I lewill October be offered:0 1855.for sale. 42 at The sea hoops nre sent of any length from right to ten years. giving satisfaction to who have OX THE PLAy S1SGLE XVMRERS.. best quality Putty, Brushes!!.Potash Soda Sprklin)
Brandy
of and within 6 7 The Bitters powerfully -- -- -- Mustard. French (
; the neighlo-bood Wakeenab or feet and a full guarantee given that neither the Ti.s used it. operate uponthe Gelatm..Lodo
miles of Statloa I. Both tracts have the necessary -- nor shall) break. And further, that nil cotton stomach, bowels and liver restoring 50,000 Tickets! : or Jiclll purposes,Spices. Pepper.Lemon Bucbu.Syrrrp,

improvements, such as dwelling booses,negro cables, RICHARDSON'SDAMASKS bound Hoops in them shall) be received on the same terms them to a healthy and vigorous action, and Ink.[ Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Patent
Gin bouses &c.I thus by the simple process of strengtheningnature 5,485 PRIZES ( and a general assortment of Popular
: : : : : : LINENS: at the Orlnr. I'rcsa 8 rope Llur.d cottn. The but the beat and
,,) EDWARD A. WILLEY. bale is about the as not one enable the .yst t triumph over XEAI.LT ONE PRIZE TO EVERT NINE TICKEKT9 Medicines. We keep none very
I DAMASKS DIAPERS &c. wt-ight per IIUlf Itp. disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so to merit
July 2, ISl \) 27-3m ; hope your tronage.MILES
I. j CONSUMERS of RiciiA r ...'8 Ln.cn*. anal those pound mc-re or It'ls generally contracted by new 'l'tter. and GA'IfTcEA'T: SCHEME! NASH d CO.
of it
have
To how the opinion Ship Slastf we .,
\J desirous of obtaining the yrttuiue ycodt, should commendations caused principally by the watr DUAWMAtH 8ATURDAT SEPTEMBER! Mach 29. 1856 18BLACK.SMITHG _
fl GoDartnership Notice. give the following, among' numerous will be regulated by a T B
and speedily
that the articles scaled with
see they purclsse ate
we have: diet 1 Prize of.. .$50.000 |' 1 Przeof. .. .51500
E bave this day associated with u* iu tIle mer- be full name of the firm.EICUAr.DSOX. brief of this : Dyspepsia 'I 500 !
I V7T The undersigned i masters of vessels having had which is more prevalentwhen 1" 20.00 | 50 ..
:.' < T c&ntile businessH. SONS A CJVDEN, I cotton cotrfyrefped with Fasomsu's new Iron Hoops a diea taken in all probably its various forms than 1" 10,000 j i 100 400

: a A. MEAGHER.The as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the and Ties, hereby recommend the same. The bale other; the cause of which may alwaysbe 1.. 5.000J I 100 .. BOO THE town and bas opened a Shop in

:( Good being wel compressed, and the buttons or Loops any attributed derangements of the 1" . 4.000 100 . 150 he same building rith Mr.Knhu's Car-__ _.
business will therefore be conducted in future This caution is reoleIed essentially necessary) as never breaking when thrown dowuiu. the Ship'n hold organs. can t be cured without digV" 1" 3,000 I 100 .. 100 iase Stop.., opposite the F.cblge. where all kinds
under the name and style of large quantities of inferior and defective Linens are or vhen stowed: using HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTER Prizes. of Black-smithing will be done with neatness and

HEIR RUST &, CO. prepared reason after season and sealed with the L. L. Coney! Capt. Ship Moses per directions on the bottle. For Approximation He can refer with confidence to those
Irish Houses who regardless ., Dnenprt. 4 Prize of$400 opprog. to f 50.000 prize areS 1.600 lespatch.
name of Eirfiardsoii by A Ito1ilson. lladias every physician wi recommend irho have patronized him heretofore for the thsraeterf
dilleae
They will continue at the old stand and trctl that of the injury thus inflicted alike on the American James Tomas Henry Bitters of some kind not 4 auo" 20000 1.200 his FRANCIS PAYNE

the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon container and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods A. Talbt. Hnrearaket, use an article known t be infallible t 4 250. 10,000 1.000 > January work. 1S58. 2lfCURED.
the old firm will be extended to the new. will not readily abandon a business so profitable James FKut, Every country have their Bitters as a preventive 4" 225 5.00" 000

i1EIft&IUST. while purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of aworthless John C. Wilner. Mulbonse.H. of diac and strengthening o 4" 200" 4.008" 800 P. B. BKOKAW'S.
July 1. 1859. 27Broomef character. Koppniholdt, Ella A. Clark the nytitsm in general and among them 4" 3.100" 600
.- -- ---- ------- J. BULLOCKE A .l. B. LOCKE Agents. L P. Merill, Bark Kimball.The there is not to be found a more litndtliypeople 100" 1.60" 400 LIVERY ABU SALE STABLES
& Thompson 36 Church St., New York. price (.r Hoops and Tits at N. O, is 6 tDt than the Germans from whom tins 6,000 prizes of 20 ar#. .. .... .. .. .. .100.000 :
emanated,based upon scientific -- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
1858. 38-ly Liberal deduction made to preparation
Fern.a.n.cu.n.a: : F1a.o __Sept._ 18._ _u ________ per for city pound.acceptance and all order will receive Merclant prompt experiments which has attended t advancethe 5,485 Prizes amounting to. .. .. .. .. .$320,000 THE Proprietor would in

': Liverv and Sale Stable. attention by F. BELCHER, destiny of this great preparation in the WHOLE TICKETS $10; Huns $5 ; QUARTERS |2J.tJf" and the
Commercial Place. medical scale of sicuce public, that he has rebuilt hii_ _
r|"U E undersigned have formed a co-rw rtner.hiruntler T'llE undersigned gives uo- 12 New| Orleans June 11, '59. 24-6m Agent Remember that every Prize iu the above irgp Brick Stables, at tbe old stand, anal b i "Ca
of BROOME & THOMPSON, .
JL the name tier, that be has purI -- FEVER AND AGUE. Scheme is drawn and payable iu full without de. repared to accommodate his friends and custo tiara
ior the transaction of a chased the Livery Stable or._ BlacLiriith -'
This trying and provoking di_.*. w'.iich fixes its duction. He also bas attached to his StaLe.a good -
GENERAL COMMISSION nVSl\ESS William II. Newsora, in Tallahassee together with the DETISTY.DR. the of man icducing him -:o-o:- Shop where he willbave all kinds of
relenting &
on
will of the establishment and that be is i now g b sold the follow
be iatbe
good Crrtifi.'atea of Carrillg..ork
in the city of Fernandina.: They will give prompt l ranche a mere .hoW I a ihort space of time and rnderhim Plkageawi a 'lactation work Horse IIhoeinl.and
the business all its ,
Alld other prepared to carry on in defeated which is i : best and die
attention to the rate or shipment of cottuu J.hysically and mentally useless can b rates very mnlt promptness
priNluce, and will make lilof'ralad"lU1ef's on emivjjnincuts ; and promises the public with .good accommodations and driven from the body by the cue of IIOSTETTEK'3 Certifcate oi Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .$80 at eh.

for sale here or f.1I'shipment to their friends iu laid line en reasonable terms.IJCHARD SAUKDERS.Sep. RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, any of the above 10 Half .. 40 November 5, 1833. 4

diseases not contracted when t I 10 Quarter 20
Savannah, Charleston, N. York fir Lirfrpool. 6. 1856 36BLACKSMITHING m\c can b exs Buggies and Harness
__ any ordinary conditions producing them if the Bitters 10 Eighth . 10SPARTlTCAMiUFLOTTERY Carriages, ,
.. They will negotiate in the principal: markets of the n' n a med as per don And a it neither create For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.
United SUtes. the sale of Bond* iwued by the State !
T. J. CUR LEE nausea nor offends the and rendering anlea
several Railroad CC\mpaniu-l.y the coun pla Subscriber has just received-,
4 -by the '["IJE SUBSCRIBER gives no- return his grateful nckanwledgementsT any change of diet or Interruption t tunal po THE
"V170I-rLD of
# towns and other xd wurities : large supply Carriage
ties or incorporated ordeis p f.r iuvcettaent JL ti i t, and will receive and execute t BLACKSMITH SHOP npain in and East FloriJn for the very liberal patronage t. complaint I thai removed a speedily u I consistent Draws Wednesday, 2Sh. 1859. Buggies reasonable term.
the
will attend to puaeIiaeor SlJlcmbr rsale tbe most
in the They > on
same. e..I"tio" with his LIVERT STABLES where he will received fioni them during the past five or sis years. with the production of a thorough and permanent ---- ,-- November 18.1854. 48
sale cfREAL I have doae all Uiuda of Plantation and Curriage work. He will continue the practice rif the above profession cure. OX THE THREE NUMBER PLAN. .

!f.I, ESTATE IN THIS CITY. i -.\LSOfgIIOR"iE I iu those sections i of countrv. end has I made such For Persons in advanced year ONSUMPTION C r AN OLD INDIAN*DOG.

or in any town or county in the Mi J.lk. Eat'em or I SHOEING in the very best manner; arrangements with mnlulacUref of Dental .Material of Who are suffering from an enfeebled constitution and 78 Numbeis . 11 Drawn Ballots. TOl UNCAS BRANT, while a,
fiotlttm Diftrictt of J-'loriJ-i. Per ou having:, uch I use-every endeavor to bare work !*, North 8 to enable him to put up ITt setts InOrm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a restorative --- ,----- --- CURED. Mis i.->nary among the Indians of

, ; property for sale will do well to furnish them plats, I( with dUpatch) Iud to unit customer" teeth, in any of the popular than n U oJd. at from ffty for to of strength and vigor, and needs only to b tried Nearly one Prize to every trC Tick'cis. the Rocky Mountains discovered

, with accurate dbcriptons! of quality. location. improvements i J'. B. BUOKAW. tote lunJred d.larslet be usually what charge)and t b appreciated. And t r mother while nursing, a RARE"PLANT. tba proves toO'uSUMPTION
price.terms Ac, with the name of some 1 the rarne in t.e ; ( ml'anl says. these Bitters' are Indi8/naUt. especially where the OF be a certain cure Consumption,
1,1S59. PRIZE
.1 January: __ __ __ ___ ______ guarantee ( to be I. and 1 GRIND $3OOOO.
; who will show tbe property on application. ___ u a 1tnABI.E JE.UT mother's nourishment is inadequate to the deand Bronchitis, Asthma Liver Com
i person I bFRvu-EABLE as can be put up North or South. 1 Prize of . | 6 of .. .1,500 .
I We will attend to the settlement. the Fedetal or State Governments f.,r services or 1 Plank Road All Right! Those in need of his tf'rtlr can, by dropping a and th here it Is"her a good Ini.anl a mu Hostetter's 1iold 5 Prizes of . 2.000'| 10 of .. 600 Cold, tc. Ha ing Alretions now made his
the entire in- note to him at either Montcello or Madison Ha. & Ac., te,
substitute\ during tbe recent Indian War. fluE undersigned! having purchased Stomach Bitten needed impart strength ic., ;. < fortune and retired from business,
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In addition to their Commission Department) the I _L terest of the Georgia A Florida Plank: Road han the work done and time to test it before paying and vigor to the i system. Ladies 1,0uld tmpl by al met 31.412 PRIZES AMOUNTING TO ?S567.9G2! ONSUMPTION he will send the prescription .nddirections
the entire Company will put the same in good trlrellingorder. for it. of and before I for the
undersigned have purchased this remedy fo all cases dC'bit7. t preparing med.
, .j; This may be relied on. The rates rf tolls I have re- 3?" The best references! given if desired.December he acquainted WHOLE TICKETS $ ; HALVES $5 ; QCAKTERS $2.5o CURED. cine -
who
ELLIS & THOMPSON ask fftt oftluirgt wh
Siooc of Goons of Messrs. doing your rh1icln. i I t al
i. To at Bel-Aii 25, 62 -
, dured 25 cent. 1868t -
some pel persons the virtues of the Bitters will recommend their -' sire it. and will
which they will make large additions at an early' suitable deduction ----- ------- wit In or enclose the t hi agellt
; lt to wishing to contract by the season a ordering Ticket Certitt'atee. two ((6 ,)
enclosing stamps
of ONSUMPTION
AJ day. They will keep constantly on band an extensive will be niade. But the ruinous credit system so R. A. Shine Jr. u fa alt eel .e,1nt! money to our address for the Tickf'tt on receipt the return letter, with a tie-
caution the against
We pay
and well assorted Stock of Cll'TIOX.- public which will be forwarded by first mail
- r abused in this region and on this road I can't stand.Somebody hand of they of their TIe
symptoms.
and on CURED. ecrption
keep
constantly
; Dry Goods; Hats, Boots & Shoe, Clothing. I must pay for using the roud. Suitable IS and nl\nell receiving cheap for wi, a large stock of GROCERIES '1"in>(' any but of ask the for many HowrrrrER's CELEBRATED coun Purchasers can hare tickets ending in any figure they Old Doctor bas cured more,thr6

Harness Groceries (Liquors deductions made to those runniuz5 and 6 mule tlrfl'lll. each bottle may designate. 3000 tau of Connrmption alone,
Saddlery and I such STOMACH UITTEBS, and see that
be
w teams by the season, when armncefnrnts are made a I Mess I Mess Beef .Dr. J. StomachBitters" The List (.f Drawn KDmbrs and Prizes wi urvbUilr-IIU.N and afflctej people will .
lh excepted,) (Provisions Plantation i beforehand. JERE RICHARDS. Bacon, I P.rk. I ha. the words 10tettr's and sent to purehApers after the Doors Windows i Flour, I LrJ. | hiatus blown ('Ii the LUIe. write their opprtui
I Utensils Richards Mill. April 9. 59. 15 ( Sugar Cured) stomped: on the metallic cap covering the Purchasers will please signature CURED. ty, the Doctor wishes
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and other Building Materials | Yanlf Beans, | Sugar of all kinds, | Coffee, cork and observe that our autograph signature plain,and give their. Post Office,County and Stte. the good b. enn before be die*-

; ,Furniture Iron, Aromatic Tonic Bitters. Syrup.And all other tides usually needed by families. is on the label. t 1.- after All prizes the drawing of $1,000 ao prizes under at paid the i me'J ONSUMPTION Address all letters toDANIEL

Hardware and Cutlery Castings, and a great rpHESE Delightful and Invigorating BITTERS and on plantations. O* Prepared and sold by HOSE a diately time of thirty days.NOTICE : ADEE
variety of other articles. J are an invaluable article for those afflicted with A lot of Irish Potatoes and Onions for planting. SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by al CURED. Box 3531 P.O. ,
and those Also hand of Dry Goods, which will TO COIZIlESrOXDENTS Who is his s.ld agent
All of which they will sell at Wholesale or Retail Dypeps< Indigestion or loss! of Appetite<< on a quactity and generally
: for CASH Country Produce or good commercial acceptances ..ho arc suffering from Debility: incident to recovery be sold low.January Drofgists, grocers the rutted States dealer Canada South Those who prefer not sending money by mail can January 1, 1859. 1-ly
,
at prices that will compare firvorab'.J from sictoMi cr latitude attendant Warm Climates 2!, 1859. 4 throaghou.. use the Adam Erprt Cvmpany whereby money
witb those of any city in the South. We invite merchants will find in the Aromatic Tonic Bitters a valuable InsoIvent EstaT e Notice; Amciim 0"-7 lor Tickets in sums ol flu, ana upw.-cia. can oe serit insolvent Estate Notice
I nnd the SCOVIL MEAD risk and from city or town
\ and all other purchasers to examine our FtOCk.j : remedy bracing renovating system a & us at our expense any
: JAMES E BROOME when prostrated. state of Florida. J MAV on LEANS- LA., where they have an office. The money And order State of FloriJa, )
j Directions for use accompany) the Bottle. bounty of Leon J Wholesale Agent. must be enclosed in a "Government Post Office sooty of Ion.. j jT r

'f B. W. TIIOMl'd aN.I Prepared and solf) by HALEY T. U CKER administrator de bonis Sold by E. nAUTVAUn, Jr., ?T. NASH Ac stamped envelop..or the Express Company cannot 1TTLETOJS (WHIE. administrator tie
February n. 1839. 8-1 y EDWARD BARNARD the ell Joseph Ulmer late ofLeon ('4).. and LIVIiLV, Tallahassee, receive I [_J estate of John .Tf-ns'ud. late of Leon coun
I
f Druggist: and Apothecary. county.deceased! having filed in the Probateoffice Florida. ".ll A All communications strictly confidential. ty. deceased having flf't in the Probate office i fsait

;f Southern flows, Torn Shelters, &c. April SO, 1859 18 ofsaidcouuty n written suggestion that he be April 9, 1859. 15-ly Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to county a written suggestion vlmt lie believes the
of the said Ulmer to be insolvent of the said John W Townsend be insoiveit.terefore
---- -- the estate Joseph t
---
: A. F. MATHER & CO., ----- -- ---- lievt thercfoie notice is hereby given to all persons WOOD EDDY !CO.. Augusta Georgia.or notice is hereby given to all pei., hash gclaimll

I No. 54 VESEY STREET, For Sale.A Living clfcinis against said estate to appear and Tallahassee & Fen & Geo. WOOD EDDY CO.Atlanta, Georgia.or against said estate to appear and SIC"1newitb

I NEW YORK CITY.AF. GOOD TWO HORSE CAR- ..- file the same with the Judge of Probate of said RAIL-ROADS I WOOD EDDY t CO.. Wilmingtn. Del the Judge of Probate of said county on vr bfe

M. & Co.would respectfully inform South- RIAGE AND HARNESS for county on or before the 20th day of September next A lift of the numbers that are drawn from tbe 20th day of September next,when there wil b

I Merchants and Dealers in AGKicutTttULIMPLCMIKTS sale. Apply to "hen there wi be a pro rata funds t with the amount of the Prize that each pro rata distribution of said estate amlngst te -

", : : that they are still MANUFACTURING all P. B. BROKAW. of said elat Imongt the creitore.r said estate. occ is entitled to, will b published after every draw- Itors of said elatf.
j I kind of both Steel and Iron SOUTHEKW PLOWS, PLOW June 4, 1859. 23 of Probate. log, in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo.) Con- D. W. GWYNN Judge of Probate.

CASTINGS CORN SMELLERS, GRAIN CRADLES!, HAT andSTALK -- Msreh 19. 1859. 12-60 -0- (titutionaliist. Mobile Register, Nashville Gaete. March 19, 1859. 126mNotice.

.d : CUTTERS, FAX MILLS, STORE TRUCKS GARDeN Feather Brushes & Dusters. of Schedule. Richmond Dispatch Paulding (Miss) Clarion, e-
and CANAL BARROWS GIN GEAR, SEGMENT, CASTINGS, DESCRIPTIONS .GENCY. Change York Herald and New York Times ,

do;tc. expressly for tbe SOITUEEX' TRADE. Also A FINE SUPPLY OF sale ALL -0 Nov. 14, 1857. 46-ly A LL having claims against the Estate of .
and fur by persons
received
bond all kinds of AGRICULTURAL AXD HORTICULTURAL just Bank Columbus Ga. ordered a daily dec '
on 11YERS A GORMAN. THE Department having msillf'r. 11: Cornelius Bearlry. of Jefferson county, *a.
IMPLEMENTS: MACHINERT, SEEPS: FERTIUXCBS!, 26 1859. 9 I). ADAMS, Ca h., AVM. II. YOUNG, Prect. btwee Talahllc! and W al SUPERIORBUNG !. A creditors, legatees or distributees,are
Co. Ac., which we sell at LOWER TRICES than any February 00. the Train run on Afer the first of January quired to their demands, in due form tothe
!
I: I t other house in tbe United States. We hive a Descriptive Cash Capital. $100,000 18: !>9, as follows: FLU undersigned present Executorofbe last Will and testa-

I 4 Wholesale Priced Catalogue which we willF Tax Sale. -0-- On the Pen. 4 Geo. Railroad : ''T Drug ment of said two years from tb.dat.
.1 F furnish on application by mail or otherwise. All virtue of the authority, vested in me by law, THE above Agency will at ALL limes be supplied Leave Tallahassee daily at..4 P. M. \ V Store of E. BARNARD. '\ deeeoee.they wi b bed; and all

I I Goods warranted to be as represented. BY shall sell on the first! Monday in December Exchange on New York at current discounted rates; Arrive at TVaHter'i Mill by .. .s.ao P M. _J .nnrj 1. 1859. 1 are requested ,mf'ot immediately. *
A. F. MAYHER et CO., neat, before the Court Il.-uce door in llie city of Tallahassee Also, on Columbus and Apalarbicola. Bi. Leave Walker's Mill daily at..8 A. M. JAMES 9. BUST_Ex'tr.

Send for our Price L d. No. 54 Vesey St.,N. Y.Sucececors during legal hours, at public outcry. the at current rates. Gold Coin for Iale. Arrive at Tallahassee by .. .. .9.30 A.M FISK'S PATENT HIET1LIC July 2, 1869. 273mNotice.
I Who eelatJ Office, ( stairs) over the Store of T. L. Betton, .
A Co.
to John Mavher ( following lands lying in Leon county. near Manning- up Walker's Mill with Poet via
at CASES
M. P. Connecting BURIAL
'I j lisbed the business in 1820.) ton six: The W $ of the N W J Section .19. Township Esq., ELLS. Agent Honticello to Albany evening of Cache wek excepting .
; Aug. 20, 129, 8 -3m 2, East 3 North. containing 80 acres more or Tallahassee Dee.4 18:8. and twice every a week connecting with .
Sunday of this
noP -

::1 MEDICAL :NOTICE. J Jew.the years Sold 1854 to pay'5, '6 the, '7.State'8 and and'9. Owner County not taxes known.for A Card Coaches running to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin and r= : ;. IX-months tics; the undersigned from the nm, administrator publication de' .non.

L. C. DEM1LLY, Tax Collector. Tacksonville. Railroad ; 'oRostUoi ,. r with tbe Will aDoexe.of all and singularthe goods,
-0- On the Tallahassee : lattels!, were of John Wilrd -

J. B. TAYLOR... .. .. ..J. S. BOND. July 23.1859. 3oWeJ..858. E. L. T. BLAKE Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) ,deceased rigbt,late of Ln whi county will present JnsfiuaJ

Register of Untied Slate Land OJIce at. .. '. .. . .. .. .. .. .10 A. M -( Finished Latest Patent,)- account and to the Judge of Probate

Drs. Taylor & Bond, TALLAHASSEE th FL.A., Arrive at St. }Iark by .. .. .. .11.25 A M .II-GB.AND HDZSTaCCTIBLK. or Leon county and ask to be discharged from hiaid
ASSORTMENT OF Leave St. (except Sunday) SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly o band

HAVE associated in the practice Medicine. Of- A MOST DESIRABLE / FFERS his services t act A AGXNT for persona at .. .. .. ..... .. ... 2.15 P.M. A by T.J. RA WLS, Undertaker. administration.SOLOMON SILL.Adm'r. 0

at the OLD STAND of Dr.Taylor. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS V/ dewing to enter in the State Land Office, Arrive at Tallahassee at. .. .. .. ... 3.30 P. M No\'embr 20, 18M. 47 Mayl4IS59. 20m &
Tallahassee, February 185\\ 6 and will attend to any business, In[ any of the State Connecting with Poet Coach to New Port on arrival .

Warranted Growth of 1856! Offices a the CapitoL Chre reasonable, and in of.: and which returns before the departure of the Insolvent Estate Notice. Notice.SIX .

For Sale. proportion to the time bestowed. Train and with tbe line of Mail Steamers between iblieation this ne-
from a cold climate ; State ot t Months after the first p
SEED procured
NEAT AND EXCELLENT F- THESE are Maps of Townships WET or SUWAVKIK RIT& Orleans West and and iDterediat Forida o
A flourish the better in a New Key Cub bounty J f .the d will present the lion.
consequently
\_ ANO nearly new. Also a BUG.1'TI 11 like furnished at from two t five dollars each,in advance. points on the Gult arinl at St !!,on way HODGSON. Executor of the last Wi Ju dge of Dllder.ig his final account
finished and has been in use but a short warmer one ours January 22 1859. 4 West and hat or 2nd of each RW. B Ctt. .
UT well Call early or send orders that yon may to Key. ? TI tmf'ot of Charles Algo and vouchers Estate o(John
C2ir; your n. a
time. A bargain can be bad. Apply tolL month,and at MarNew 's on Uieir way an Probateoffice and ask
get the varieties desired. AMES A LIVELY arrYn "'and 29th of each month. jeon county. having W.Townsend,deceased,late of said county,
H. BERRY. lath
I PLANTERS' HOTEL on written that he beeves
suggestion
of said
8, 1659. 2 county a t.
July 30. 18n. 31 I Jaauary Whenever these days come on Sunday the Train I the Estate of the said Charles Alligood to b b dimi.sd M. WHITE:Adrn'r.
'Ia11ithnee. will run on that <*ay to connect notice is givbn to .
Circuit CourtBillfor insolvent: Ther.foe hereby al May 19- m
Leon _
in
THE GREAT LWEXTION OFT E AGE! In Chancery C. H. FISHER, Proprietor. EDWARD HOUSTOUN, persons having claims against said Estate, to arpea 7,186. __:

I'art Won. Prest. Jf Sup'Jlou8ryl.18 /. and file the same witb the Judge of Probate NoticeFS '
-0Gear' --
Thomas II. Hale, Ex'tr. of John April. 1859. IS-ly !. l' on or before the 20th day of September next.
Machine for Cutting, Planing, Moul ,... W.lble.1 PORKBARRELS -- : when county there will be a pro rata distribution of the hereby given that application will tie made at

ding. &c., Irregular Forms in Wood. William M. Frierson and SYRUP & SCHEDULE OP ISO funds of said Estate amongst the creditors of said _L the next session of the Legislature of Florida A hot for
tbeTvnsaocU
----0- wiie, R. M. Fricison and Catherine E. : TiE amendment of the Charters of : Road
undersigned bas become the owner of the hill wife, John C. Rouse and Caroline Ft D. W. GWYNN. Judge of Probate. gia, City A Interior an3 Ta1aheeRil from
THE Jo L. Hale Edward I FLORIDA BAIL ROAD. March 19 1859. 12-Cm Companies. Also for a fr
F. his wife eph ,
to use and sell this valuable machine in f d ere -A N DKcy of in tie County to rr
and Isabella L. lila wife. Rob- the Gol Mexc. Fra'kli
individual and Johnson
Florida and be now offers County Northern the
Rights to who may desire to purchase. One of ert F. Stafford. sr. awl Smiiha A. his es" A..XJT. in the
any .W
and MarthaJ. State of Florida Cast of the River ApaLv&iccJa.
'\WifelWbert F.Slafford.jr. BARRELS
tbe Machines can be seen in operation at any lime at good SYRUP and PORK TIlEFarmers' 30
the shop l of I. W. Bowen at the Tallahassee R. R. hill wife, Washington R. Bradwell P for sale here. ALSO-'coarse or tine Key West DAILY July 23.1859. __
and Susan L.his wife, Hubert L. lisle Fla. FERNANDINA &Exchange Bank -
Depot. The machine/'! simple in its construction! SALT at LADD'S, Newport, LEA
_t adapted to cut a greater variety of irregular forms Zilpha It. Hale and Florida W. Hale., Nov. 20. 1858._47_ (SUXDJfrS EXCKPTED.) OF CHARLESTON. Notice.
Wjd surfaces than any other yet invented. Its capacity appearing from the affidavit of complainant arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa' first of this
is equal to twenty mn. and in some hinds of IT L. Hale Executor that Robot F. Stafford GuS! Guns ON vnnab. connecting at Calahan with Stage for SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK NEW : CJIX months the after t pubtr lass Will n
tie
GuS eneuto
work much more. It occupies but small space-only tr., anti Sroitha A. his wif. also Robert F. Stafford permanently located Trader' Hill and Ontreville,0. at Baldwin with ,AND CHARLESTON, and J testament* unersie doctrased. will

from three to four fuel square is Bulfwient and requires jr.. and Mat tha J. his wife defendants in the abovecause THE the Post office, where bo is prepared Stage for Tallahassee; at Tiail Bridge with Stage FOR SALE. bU final Whthead eetr.* t the

but little power to drive it. Every kind of reside be)end the limits of this State: It is in the mot sod prompt manner, to for Middltborg; and at Starke with Stages fer New- A. DENHAM, AgentTallaluiesee Judge present of Probate of annt county u.n ad aae t'die*

neat and difficult work in House building Cabinet or lered that notice of the institution of this cause be make antI repair 1rorkmalik nnnsville, OIISi4 Micaoopy, Flemington, and Dec. 1858. 49 barged. L. WHITEaEAD, *r.
Furniture Carriage, Wagon and Buggy Building published in some tewspnper published in the city of
Ooala. 2S-6m
ote., &C. can be turned out by it with astonishing Tallahassee for two mouths,nnd that said defendants I GUI\S, RIFLES, CUR-LOCKS LEAVE daily,(Sunday. exeepted.) on ?r- State of Florida, June 4, 159.
neatness and de patrh. appear and censure. plead or demur to the compbrnaiol's i in fact al work pertaining to a Qua or Locksmith. rival oi Stages Stark connecting at Fernandina with Ban k-

JERK RICHARDS. bill on or before the first; Monday in October With above qnalific,lions lie expects to merit a Steamers Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, .

July 16,18C9. 29lyDISSOLUTION\ next. Don. and ordered at Chambers this 5th July, liberal tmtronnge citizens of this place and Tuesday fo Wednesday and Friday. TALLAHASSEE.IN Mo.the Notce.SIX */ (hia D

1859. J. WAYLE3 BAKER, Judge. I surrounding country. A. H COLK, Sup't OFFICE IN RUTGERS' BUILDI G. will Dl aecouotsto -
N. Gun locks for sale on band. J *,the undersigned present h.
OF 28-Sw always
July 9, 1859. & B AUUUSTUS BROWN. May I, 1858. 18 tbe Hon. Judge of Probate of .oa county

COPARTNERSHIP.rnHK Marcb !6. 1P59. 13RAILROAD SmUT EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK. AND and apply fo a discharge as administrator U e
: Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE HILL OROUGI N. C., I ORLEANS. FOR SALE Estate.f David Fehkeldeeused.lateef raid eoooiy.

COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be- OF FLORIDA ) NOTICE. ACADEMY. WM. BAILEY, PresiJenL J. J. BARNES,Adm'rJuly

tween Henry B.Fitts A David C. Wilsou..tjnder Leon County. J MAY W. R FEE Cber. S 1859. aemNotce.

the DuDe and style of B.JEFFCOAT, administrator of tbe estate of E was for ej even years Feby 8

H. B. FIT T S & CO. J. R A.Sbuerlate.of. Leon county deceased,La,- attention of Cueinee goods by the I JL an officer of the South CroliD State Military Notice. .
ingfilcd: in the Probate office of said county a written THE & Georgia Railroads. Academies. For a circular addr@ Insolvent Estt to Uw Genera ,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent suggestion that he believe. the estate rf aid E. A. respectfully.called the following rule: C C TEVT. Rillaborough.N. C. A of Florida, its aexIseuioceinNovmb.rkraCLartarfoTaBitkt
t STATE OF /V & of the State
is sole to close i a
O. Wilson
David agent
appointed Shuler to be insolvent, therefore notice is hereby March I!, 11-ly b*
Geo. Co.
IV
& 1n.
up the business of said copartnership. to all Laving claims against said estate Knit 9, ff TaUof> given persons in cash delivery of goods, -- administrator of the estate in Florida.
H. B. FITTS. and file the tame with the Judge of Probate Freights jre payable on TTETHRO BRADLEY located 1.
a c. WILSON.Jaljl. ;; to appear of said county on nr before the 6th of February and storage will be t'bfe1 0 articles lying over, : Notice. rj of Bennett Bradley,jute of Leon county deceased. Jaly "0. 31m _

1K9. 0 next, when there will be a pro Tallahassee S days. the estate of the
aid estate among the creditors of said estate.D. To Consignees in NOTICE demands against estate of David .written suggestion that bllevM I Notice. ,
\ Notice.rpUE W. QWYNN Judge of Probate. witbtn6milesofadepot,6. or late of Leon th county whether a said Bennett Bradley to b nlobet.therefore notice months after date, the nodmijrneJ wi*f
.
9" claim
against
"l2 all having
nun to SIX
E given persona aadvoocfcera t
sbertby
the
Ang.1S. 18119. SS-Gm ditribnt, to present his final aceoont ( Jae
legatees,
-.ole to close] over 12 O file the MOM with lodge
U ste-nt
UnJerrgneJ appointed JI" within two said estate to sppearand tl Leon awl a
the undersigned Executor, yean i of Probate of county
) J_ up the business of<< tbe late firm of H. B FITTS Thi. rule will be strictly adhered to. ne to aulhentica\edoi they will b* of; Probate of said county on o before the Hay of from the administration app1l. of*. *.
ali indebted towul firm Hides Beeswax &c.rpHE ( goods are requested therewithor torn this .al duly next when there will be a pro rats barge l
A CO., persons are requested sending o t cp1 those indebted to said estate ate January disbul Shale otasid.o.mty. J
Mured re ;
to e..ine forward and pay the lamt.'tDd .all persons I highest market price will be paid ic sash the goods cannot b ceU.e ;to, mike payment immodiaUlr. ofudsetateamougst tbe et o a4 et dl J. B. JESTCOAT/Ad.r.Au. .

bating claims against ra'ul Jinn are requested to pre- JL or merchandize fur Hides Beeswax and other E Supi.'Sentiuel quested B. C. LEWIS, Executor. D. W. PbteJol1 20, 1839. UbTho \ '

'-nt tbero*a*rttlenwnf. D. C. WILSON.Jirrj I country!' produce by D.C. WILSON&SON. *. and Quincy ppr copv.February June 25, 1859. t&-3m 2, 1859, 27-6m eJ
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