The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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1859. ;. VOL. XL-NO. 39.

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ljolrssianal; unb Bastes! (:arbs. 'A GALLIE I I JOn BOCCS' niR.DOOR ; --- I there! if-he turned 'lat?- \'aJ: ;called up:I; Matilda,Boggs- -Mitlled.: -.for-s.heaxv- ---that- her' 'lIe made no answer ; and IttiIJIwu

'UUU'\ J1UU. \ Or the Effects of Procrastination.: the two men and hurried out. As good fortune husband xvus |1,1.n ill: the:. t"avu-a thing, ;, upon the point of asking hi-n n!ain. xxhen one

-.-. i! It'b ton bad"! : saj..I| John ig; ..s. ; ( would have it. the heirer was not seriously xxhich he s''I-loin iiJ! in her presence. Not i ,' the rosy h-tktd little girls came running
Dr. Vim. F. Shine M ) 1 ." \l.at's too Lad '. returiied 5lalida: his : ;inj rest ; but John knew ht conld not cI.l r.l : that thai was thc xvearer of garments unrne-i: 1 in xx iih eagerness upon every rounded feature..

xx Il'. credit for her safety. \\\\en\ he came back tionablc! but she xias one of those straight! i 0, mamma !" she I" i leaf, do-i'tyou think

OltEC RIM IKOm-MOVAL MCVICF0 10 THE it IOU;. \ -X UGROCERIES '. Why, the cart's broken down, and noxvfcll his xxife sa'J' not a word upon the! subject. i forward, social.Reused, slem-xiitued xvumt-n, )Ir. Roll's h.rse has mil off! lie broke out I Iof

OFFICE B.lj >iui
: Itis. iv-lv Xmnnlx-r IS. 1 lK'f>. -1C' n.emK-d/' 0I : him, but when he found that also !kept siKtii; j, easy hushr.ud! s imeti'iies. She had intended 1! xx ore off to t-Vn almost! I1Qtling-lnel: (I-e ran

MILES I j The cast !" repeated Mrs. Jc": laying upon the ubject, l.o f fIt xvorse Mian! he would : to ask her lord to go out and fix the doo r.f- I i out thro.igii! th? ".Im d\or what wit all torn

NASH CO.. 1 FRESH mm) SEEDS. 1 I ('own I'o'( i-tocLing VaS Jarui,:, and ri Tj ,I have ft"lthul: j-i-o ju't child. him a li'tle. 1 Ie! 1'ter supper but as l he xx as f.lieady: chafed! &h- ''bird down !-an I !K gut ilrccgh tl.e bars tf$

"F'LCRa is i g-tMttng! her husband with a peculiar' 100:. J."hu felt it-that the understood it-and !, conclude I to say"no more at pres'iit.: xvhere the CO-AS hooked Vm down arid don't )

.. I her continued cilcnce! seemed to iridicate that: i The t.icts: about tlie b.ini-door were thee : think! he's elf and
DRUGS Gr3.OXVtl2. OlT ; ;J5- .\0: mean the! I"irgu ox cart ?r' you go.je to) try catch )him f fI
p& PAIXTS, j 2.OGG. she nsidered hi inconi i! lYon that! tl.o! loxV' !iid been '
util.'Ss He
; Yi's." c< o, igii.e- r huge saver tvioxx'eeks I went with the eadJie on LU back I 3fy

MEMCIXES' HJ OILS Wlui1\! matter xxith it r' :, moment he lesojved that he wool! I efo:tn.j let:: had leen nude to x\oik by lid::" i sakes-ain't it too bad ?F' 1i

GUM DROPS, \\'Iy, tic h-b j b s;.!!it rigLt d:-' ia two i j Ail:I-t.t" IJlt.IIII\lil'just uch res lution before.Tor ., careful! in openiag and closing the door. liuo !I Matilda Boggs looked Itt John Bogra a full

"Vt7"OULD iiif.nn l\i\ .,ir lu-inln\ and the ;pullic.IT ) La I I"e." two m-inths ill) real acridcat happened, some three "days had elapsed since the upperone I I minute, and ttea! xvent on \ih her breakf.i.t
they hl011: 10n\ :;"o.1 l ..rtfUfi.t ofiuerti I ALL FLAVORS, I lInt: I thought! it began to split .1 hug t for Jolm IJoggi; kept things pritly straight, I became so loose that no dependence! i She spoke% not a word fur!tier UJK; >;I tbs! .Z' !:-
lM U *"e g..n"lu1.1t!: > ia: t!!<-ir line of lmsin.
| but ftill! there short cornin The cculd be it. John had noticed
i time I heard t ere some ::* I placed upon' t.ject.I ,
J'VR COIGJ18 ;last
nd will bereccUiinjular'.v'! fresh The AM COLDS po. you s.iy xxwk thatyru
t'rlll.lbU Le rt\"aLI... tupplio. j' Jut received at lh Srm'y' fixed it, antI he had sail tohimslf; It must befixj i The: ne:t forenoon rp. xvjs.t I Klter.J le.l :.t rj

Tallahassee. Apt.:! 'II. 1B5.V 14. I Ji:I'W AKD KAKNARD; Jc. Vcs-I knoxv:," said J.hn Bo;gs, rather! upon him to be easily thrown off.I I j ed ;" and Lc Li: resolved: to tlD it xxLen !tuI ;,, tJitj: house of John IJOgS. Thrtt II!'alLi'1!

--- -. TaSlaln-seee.1 Ptc n.Lr I 18, 1S5S. 51 dubiously ; I di.I swiifthing" about it, I As Autumn Jew: 1I:1r. John Bog s began I I fe't like it. received it from his \ito whm! he cnn? (todisarper. > "

A. GAL IE t : but then i think 'txvas too bad." I to luoic around fur an opportunity to c.rrrvI I Tlie next. day came, and in the morning ;( He had been fixing up a duo.iinl

TS in rectipt ".f a biu ami veil te'ecttJ st.cKlol ;i VIm. E. Anderson, *. YVt you knew it needed mending, J.lm. I! into! xecu'iixi a pai! : I.e had been c considering I John! Boggs went o'lt to the! barn and! passed i some bars &e. He opc.icd the I 1. tJer an.i

JL STAPLE and F.OCY OOOD; *. 1 Solitilor xxould'Knrn for soiiie tune. I He had a very choice stock I through into( the yard. He set the back door read iu follows :
Jllorcrf at Law: cud in ( kzcrery, (or \oii sal so youm-h': I \i isis j iu j I
Spri" et1 .sUJRe"t iJ'.CIS (.];" j to be more iiroaipt: about SUCh things.I I of rattle, and ha\'illg received! an excellent I up alter hi-n, and braced the stout cord slick I OAK HILL, Septetnbor 22, IS-.

JIaliaad ( ()'*. Lui .W blutei, I'ami'yGroccric jiAKiAXXA. rixiii: You loo niorsthan otTer' for them, he could buy in the spsing to against it to hold it in its 'lace. I MR. JOH.V BOGGS Dear Sir
I I )0nrt aware ol. :-You :?
*. 11' NU, /tVwmfte*, dt., _-. ), \T\I ILL sue business sJUcd nub.iitrt fiJi-litym.il.lfd! tsi his caie proll in ptr.tl*'f'1 Oirrait to- I I 0: Uti, Tihly, I don't loe anxtUnir.Kxerjthing .- i good. advantage. So he told tight oxen for I "I I declare (that" must be tixel! I'll alteixlto : Consider that nil business relations between may

4A'i3zo.Isz.: 18. ,, C'sirts of Krailhn. Washinslon and Jarksoi n, I 11'111] j-bco ist* xnll'as! things a piice xxhich might by sonii be considered ( that richt! off. us are at an end. But I will not thus abruptly .

hq in she I-'iij'Knif CVial ct huiallft.IIf"J! J tIle I'citeJCvUtd I genetally tre." I almost fabulon The same (purchaser xx-anted I lie xve'it; oul into the fiel-I, ant,1 xxhen he I break oil"our' plans! without giving reasons. .

E.: IIABHNAUIJr.) ,, ttatd b4trkt .t Aruluthicola awl 'fu!!:- \ot ( UItO. John. I know you msnazp horses, and! John Sf.1. his three heavy one,, came back he xvent over to a neighbor's fo sue I It U this. I arn by nature very my nervous. .

WILL t.'OXTI I'C THE a.e.blt'L 1C. Ii9. IS-Cm I to fcifp t liasast in pretty good) order! bat ',m I keeping only: a three year foll. xv'nii b hetiiougJitxvtiuli'a 1 about some help, and remained there till din I :nd I could! not juts u-St my business in

RUG & MEDICINE I I BUSINESS I ; rout acknowledge! ? that you are in the bi.bit; i : istver for all: hi> i:tlhig through: : tier (time. Just as they were sitting do-xn to: |I t the h.inds of a man who can not lake care of I
"OTTO 1 the \inter. I (!iotwr.awn l.olf drove tip t>) the duor.- his o'n.'ere I 1
\ LANGE of procrastinating. It's only la xvt-ek tintxoa : not assured that that accident
tT ** TIll OLD STAND ,
Yery John's farm One of the h'reil; took bis liTse alII I I
r lust a valaaLlisheep! just berausc v u: mar was a larg tract mi n Ie of last ui.l.t: Was the result! of xvhat has
{ of land covered xvitli heavy; pine trees-most camin, \ lies,t' he xvas xvam.ly xviL-ointd I ly brco-iie
\T'CIIC 1\IAIEIt 1! put oT( mending the floor in tho .hed. And : a continued habit xxitii you I rnigt'thesitate
or TUE Y. of them magnificent: xvhite! pines and be hid, John! al l his I I"if...
25XIOKTAK, lost half ; i goo but I underhand. all.
now 3-ou have a day's xx-ork of (haste : ; it ThU xvl|
P.Jo..nd Jeweler. hands jut borauso you didn't inond Jour I I pHitly coLtractcd to cut those ties down, I In the afternoon tKe! two mc-n went out to remiin a si-cnt xv-ii: me ; and trusting that

Cliuronmil l"r"e I fas-hioii (the logs, and haul them a di! >ta'.cc; oftree I the timbtr land ; and it xvas n a'Iy Coraerof .tit.tb,Talla'baEsee.J&naurr uoo.TIL'lLLn. VLA, I cart hub when it ouyl.t to have been we sal : rcrn : and that you ma V
19, lJ5 ii. 3 I 1-ToL7u; r "prptrrl'v inCnm theiti iwof Mi,l.e l- !, Ah do I lo; iiiurh, and! thet 's meud'd'I' u.iles: to the river. Tlie contract would J tae? }' n-t'mied.' They had sects the'it lao:., hit. ox-ercome an i-xil that rrmiot but result Iraharm

-" \\ <". an,! Fjist r!. >na Uht lie .:figns! making :you it." bo a valuable one for him, because ho lived I and Mr. Roll'xvasrmcn |.L-iM-tl xvith the pro to if tblloxm!
( hide you, -
: ir. BEHSY? I tryiiI to : up
oooaf.i"i.ais: 11! ro;: h t!.--e -ee.u- of etlunn' for I so near to :tho wood. lie supposed he cou'd (..o.d1111 j in: ex-eiy wa,'. As near c: tey! I re.i-ain .
lie \V 1J, cornlIainingvoit: : mend it, that's' ;| .VOtIrs&c., .\UON! ROI F.Jnhii .
of ::11 '- caL ia aLe shore llu;
fiLtjore; < ( ; i.: \ ?,, ,
fine of ho could
Auctioneer and CommissionMSUCIIANT. 'I J...hi.I I plenty n.en would beg!:id to come raloulate.it xxouM take them, xxitiithemselves !
that n.iv te euttuttiti t"< lie care. fur(. muttered : Boggs; read: I this 1'lIer.8I1d rushed
01 and! furnish teams if lie would keep them.He and four other' trw;:, aad six i
.. % i yoke*
Iut rctnrnsd fruni tho!
; -&LfoO- j I! No. quickly pleasantly house. MntiM-i .ickeJ
LLIflAUIL FI3.., Sr t. I.,'. SM. :9 ,t A fine wI of -woliy. ,Lseh I "il! sell nt tLe :lowest !i, (tiM "Id paying ht-cd tl) your fxjeriicc I !! had hay and grain in plenty, asauIofcoure, i ixxishcd I of oxen and four hors>?3 a Laiul.i-d: sLays. JH.T read it. A loud pisted over| hi-r face up, and arid
to have most of it e.ten the j haps morebut less. Iof: found that
on surely no I
--- vle np
possible p.1cc. mend th trouble.! tin! a of sunshine! Ii
hIGH A. CGRLIXAttomov I 77tt bfxl Itifinnft* frin.n if ftyuircd.A Pooh You f-it here in the house larnin !; place. By selling hs; own ox"H and horse hs 6h'll'e of tho lroce'lts"oulJ amount to I I moments ray she locked calU i : a few mn.'I, '
happy ..
"'il S't. lb.-,9. IS-lly he had m.ide clear profit of about oi.e-hall Krht: hui.dred dollars. Then from this! lie was an> I
at Law and I a think 'cause i But the dinner! .
ttockinus i rose
: you was getting coW and shi! I
'! of all he got for them, and noxv if he could to pay iie! two men, lie I iambI bting on, suing : 1
TALLIIASFEK, iLi.John House for: 'Sale. ,'IU can SI-P, Whose to run your needle, ,oucould : sent t one of the children after him. He cainu
Dwelling (to and furnish him H'K hundred dollars (for Iis horses
get some one cume on teams;, oxen, j j
ceo everything in the! barn aT once. ) I in, looking sad and d,jcted.. His! xxife
JatnlSry t', 1JS7. S-ly and in return take I half of the and himsi If bvt he xv'ould xvnt
['UE st'ic1tnin 1 .ffor. f.-r Mle one- ( proceed ; as at no expert
No. John said the xvifo Emi1iD .- I ta !him nnd placi-d her hand ,
- -- ------ -- no, up ct lit shun[
i oi:
.1 ttnns ea y to a pnu-hnser, Ili..l.o\.l"t. f.U.f; in the f of the job, and have thetr animals kept beta at all i-i feeding anybody or anything he j
don't it light hhspe. can der.
Whitehiirst, I its I in IV-Air.! Af'i iy\ tj the ui'W-i! !'" Yon put I o'dd ili xx ell. Bat be found it more difficult considered, the remuneration jUst :and! 'fair. j
or tn W. K. r.c.irJ. JOHN LUAUD. i iUiirli.VI FPC the heel! of a tt<)i king, and xxben I see a John"she suit, kiiidly. cm: not ii.
: than; he had expected to obtain help. lIe. 1 can haxe mOle than that for JOT
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, !:.). 10-tf where nee.'le' nte-ds t., run, I run it I Ithere. hauling buy soma oxen i"

\L\1 U\\ \, TLA.TA I _____ __ n __ place. I don't any expect: you to see. but one I could find plenty of men xxho xx-ould gl idly ; goods for our new Uailr! -ad Company," laosaid { .. Yes," he returiitfil', Inno .
I come u ills such tC-Jmsti they owned ; but ; hut I should! have to 1 IetW.-,; from )
ILL pra hme
they wanted heavier I :1:1!! the tiiie, and I don't like it. I like
O.es.At : :
t ttliis
T f CjJhouiiVasiii.jt.:: ; 'n htMl Holmes CO1L4it. that It' iiettls!
I much cf the fr
tIinud also fceo i.icijdiig, I montv, l, rLithoa: received
ad.l'l8Y special I ullttiUuu tu colleclli.g.Kuwi&brr i COMMISSION MERCHANTS it." k n jtli he hit upon the very man. ; .lasa. I can go hr.IIC':1S often as I please,
then is tl1P lime to mend I for those sold I"
l S7. ls58. 48-Iv j .. (I've fiiund him he said to t and I fed perfec'ly fh.e tOfC'rl.in you .
one evening 4
__ u ___ ---__ __ I CS r'oj Irs jtn>'f.NE'VV John Boggs commence..! to xvhistle a m?J. 4' Yes."
I II xxife hia, if I IisI.! ." I
his on return from a xi i i.it to a neighborirg
Benj. F. Young, j OB.LEA.N"S. : I Icy of spasmodic i nors! and at the same lime j jdrexv town. *' IVe found just the! nnn.lie's .- I During (the evening tIlt \01.'as: nil!! I Iplanned i Then go and buy oxen and hir your. 31
_._ __ I on his coat. lIe had to go five miles! I} men, and do that work yourself. (I'll;: d.) sI! -
&if -V-r.Y Ai ; I got teams enough and will come as soon ; and before (they retired, Aaron Roll
and haw iron made. I toward care"
_! ib-iiVA/a REFER TO to a blacksmith's! an ring had about can taking of your hands, and
xx'ai.ted. made his mind that he should
AND I .. 3ie t .r nceriTa'a
.. *- Ep. .. t you moro than
t.a.a..it 444. I. iAJI 111. I. K ll.rri: .t Co.. Qai.ioy.Dei.hara i a new leaf in t.li' n-s-: i Wi.o is he r' \lati1J,1ouileleasro f>;;gnlhe .artu-les_ of agretment.. It was ar- I utroxLJ. .t..t1 you.. _
over i'Vn iium
I if don't turn IOU K1IUW : ,>csHe's I
Montiwllo Aaron Itii.
1 7 ILT pnirtice ItI the c.mrt..r lie Eat tern Cir 4'. & (Pa'mcr! I xou lesson one of ti-e! clays! horses thought there xxould be no need of any such John B was durjib with grateful emo
and four
Court It-ard d Dc-nLam, St. JarV you'll have a six yoke of oxen good I 'ggs
1 FWkla, cr.J lie FrIera3 J pect I got
f f "UC HfA COtSTI.) i Jk. Jmn1'ilor.. Key West, I that xxill cost you more than Jot can "ffirdto ad he!a' s if I xvill give lain equal sharesof I pape'r ; but Mr.I Rolf! thought differently.Said .. : tion. He knew hoxv.noble she was; and bu

(OITICE AT OMXKVlU.lt. i ItfrJ. McNavclit: d OrfMiuI, Atlantis Oeo.. ; what I 'to hive: and take care of the : lie : i i now realized that if he had only g'ven heedto 4.

KEPKREXCES: I .4 J N. } Kimion & Co.. TLomasville, ( pnJ. uhidletl with renewed energy now I am he'll Vv'e may forget; but a written paper can't her advice before,.he might have been
John and come.
Crr.. J.J.IX J. AIKKV LICIK, j jCOL. I OtLflrtttx, S. C. t Aousl 1 H. IMS. 3:*-J"' ___ ____ I stiikin r fairly into Yankee Doodle, and xxitii I animils Aaron Kolf nvn!" repeated Ins xvife,_ul know I for l."t. i iAnd spared much of }his shame. But be soon'

Ftist& A TUOMMOS. JPB. J I HOGUE & AIdA KRR ; a dubious shake; of her bead, his xxife turned! him xx'ell. If he stays he will come, then y >ii upon tint they retired fer the night. [ gazed up ; and his o-ily ansxver xx-as to draxir

JASE S. JOXES, Tn'timt. Fla. her attention to her work. I him. lie nevTcr: makes I In the morning Mr. Rolf got np and went the faithful woman down and Ido s her. .
June iii.".u..3 ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS I IAT j John Ro<;js had two men to work for him, a may promi-e until upon ho knows he can keep it. and out to snuff up the} fresh air. having washed That afternoon he commenced upon a rule

and this= breaking! of the cart thy werecitnerob"ed he undertakes to do a thing xxhich he and combed his hair, he thought he would go of life from which he resolved not to deviate.

iJfPttl! SCOTT, 1\ LAVV, i by to !lie still or go at some xvoik never not do as it should be t'one.' Some call ilexxrn and look at his horse, and perhaps give He posted off at once, and before night he +
LAT .! foruea a co partntr hip in the practice: of I He had a large farm can him some xvater. lIe saw one cf thc'hired the of of They
HAVE and wi'.l aiu-ud to nrufe siuual Lusineei" which xx-as of little use. him odd, and I don't know but he i is, in one was oxvner eight yoke oxen.
1IOXTIOKLLO.FLAJalr \ any men and asked him If he haJ'atered the an beauties those he had sold
niliustfil to their care. i nnd an excellent one (or producing v.-geta- sense of the word ; for ho minds his own business were not such as ,

r.5lS58. 50 c 1_1 ian __ i i3f. D.: I). i1OUE..A.( PERRY AilAKER.Miv lion and he wns quite \(-IL to do" 11 the has everything in its proper place, do.s imal. It had not been done. So he vent on but they were stout working oxen. Next he
all and to the barn. Ho found tho stable where he his And xvheo the for
13niCTFCRD daughter
1, I8i8. :_ xvorld. His childien xvcre his business and will have no one about engaged men. season
i>. PAPY. inn A i:(-II EU: --- the afi'airspf own had seen the man hitch his horse the night with wilL -l
xvork commenced he it
-.- hE'nrA the: business of overlooking him if he can help it, who will not follow liltexample. I went at a
FIRE INSURANCE. I l I\prore-Imt the horse was lie went ,
the farm all depended on him. ." gone The logs were all out and deposited in the

APY & ARCHER, -0---- As xve have seen John Bogs had one Why seem to know him well, Ti1i through to the back of the barn and found the : liver, and he'was ths clear net gainer of ons 3

.11ornoya 't IjZLW, FIDE l 1NSIKAMT fCSPAXY.P1KEMX fault. He xrould put off until tO-II orrnwI you 'i door not only open, but flat upon the ground. thousand dollars by the operation. .

I bo done to.day. lie dv. that I lie went into the yard, and there he found But that was hot all that he gained by that
should You
TALL 1I.\ :|IE.; rLllr.JD IXSURAXCn COMI'AXY; what mull nnd And why shouln't 11! forget a
I neat and the bars down lie hunted up the hired fallen barn door. He the life lessonhe
his looking : for several gained
July' 9.1 :9 23"FLOYD or IIACTFOUD. co)N. contrived to keep place lived in his. faither's family years.
-- -- -- I he would be man. much needed and from the rule it
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ti & HOLLAND, .\grtg3e: Capital, $100.CCO CO. I seized with a sort of renovating fit, and would 4' \-cs-his eldest boy." Look ye, my man, have you seen anythingof him he never after deviated. He never again -

at Law. M. 1'. ELLIS Agent i j then roll up bis sleeves and go at it. But .4 Aha-that's it, eh I rY, I'm clad he'ssuch my horse !F' saw thing upon his place that needed.attention .
Attorneys "
Tsia1aa.'ee. Dec., IS58. 49- I this don't xvoik always. Many time very man. It will make it good for me." No, sir. without bestowing that attention at
"VtnLI.pwtuvi'i) lw! Circuit Covrtc of !Ii -- ---- --- were left till he "ft'lll". a!." a have him here well Just come here." once. And (the rc.-ult was so-n manifest.
JJEDIC.\L : {TJcL' impoitant things I shnhl like to very
T andV >t FlurHj ni.d in tL. SUpl clUe Court followed Rolf tho stall.
i The to
empty and
man in its -
the Stat.. AI.! in th* Putru-t Court tlf the Uui 0Dr. Thatvns; a great expression of his : this coming fall and winter"that is, if you last I" Everything was place everything
horse there
.. Did you hitch my night s'lfe. His wife was happy for alae hadno
I Me ;!. was
of Florida. vltcn feel
ed State, in tI.f' Iditli.) in l ii.lriot j Well must have some one.
R J. FLOVU OtBfApnUcLic. .U. Fla.I T. Hayward Willis. : Sometimes then/ would be breakdown So John Bog's gave himself. no more uu- the visitor asked, pointing to where tho hole more occasion to perfroai that most unpleasant .

). HOLLAND I, ()liee Quiac> }' l K-atiJ in .7. /!'! -u county. (mchaU i 1 that had to he attended to immediately ; and easiness the l subject of the fall's work. had been broken out. of nil domestic duties of a true wife

Dec.JJ. 1S35. 51 HAVIXd tIe rcnr ol Mr: *. Bradfn'n <. ibt Auu*. white he had the hammer and nails in his j Mr. Rolf upon coming over to look at the "Yes sir." -the chiding of her husband. And there
--- --------- ------- I' his l'ru t.N\ioualldvlccs to the turrouiKling xvas know that wouldn't hold
Didn't a
tine a.1.! f.n..r.
L. r> 1 hands he xvould fix up sex-eral other things i I timber before closing the bargain ; but then you was one more thing; he could pat a
Henry Rutgers, :( cnantrV.January his and he horse ?i"II into a stall without the danger of tbanimal' <$
Very him
tint had been awaiting coming. fully to was
8, liOO. 2 John had explained .
sir.I .
fixed it
i I I Mr. bad -
MERCHANT supposed Boggs raaking.ofT during th&night through
COMMISSION over"somothing
i i often an hour was required perfectly satis-fied.! MtJ
1 heaid: him say two or three days ago he hole that should have been but was not
TLA. .ETNAINSURMICE hich would nof have consumed over live i One div John went to tie his colt up in a ,
TALLAIIASSKC, when he had time. It kind o
do it
_. I minutes of his time, had() he taken it in hand ; the stall, and he found that the edge of the must Wli. stopped by a b:1rn.docr.
-- CONFAHT dark when I hitched the horse, and I did not
Advance Iflaleon Cotton <-r Twbaeco xxhen he first discovered it. And not only 50, i trough} was worn almost down to the hole : "

LIBERAL d to his fri tuU in New York. Of hut he lost in twa ways; it required more which the halter xvas tied. He knew II notice. A New Dictionary. SIt
I 1I,1l.rrUJJJ. j through Fix it when he had time !r' repeated Rolf is writ known that the authors of the 'j'
SIGUT CHECKS OX NEW YORK FOR SALE 1 nniU! to do the work at this late hour, and I that it was not sate. A slight pnll would '. Hasn't he T I :

In amoHMin to mil purchaser i Incorpcratf illl hj\l CLarlcr Ttrptlual.CASM I could never be mide so good, nt that, as it break it out. in "surprise. an auger Rejected Addresses proposed a new. Englishdictionary
11 would have boenlaail himself -" I must Yes sir. I which shouht give the meanings of
March 12. Ibt9.!; xvas before, nor as same I declare he sa'ul to I
0I And hasn't he had five minutes to which
and of
---- j spare I we'l of words.
------- -- things" as as
a'tended it in time.
he to sea-on. when I
fix that get
E. C. CabeiliTALLAHASSEE. I C.\PIT.\L.-SSoooOOO. within three days ?" I published some specimens full of wit,
like it for he had
John had often promised his wire 1 that ha He meant when he felt I should they
Yes, bir-n good many of 'em, and truth.
.A."ttor o y ; I" ijsrr.r .' sTLoo nDnrArr.m. FiKt:, would refoim hut he bad not diriio it yet.He .- ample time thro. All that was necessary think." pungency of xvork
. following rpecimens were pit
; FLA. I O' AM TrilMS CON APAITHHO:I>TINT WITH 111K TilE IIAZAUD U W aOF did not realize bow much he lost or if ho vas to tep'' to the wagon house and bole.get an It But how about this door out here I didn't forth The

tOMFEXSATION.U. did the effect was momentary. When he inch nnd.1aalfatigr and bore a new : .
unsafe ?
8. 1SH9. know was -
_January. _____ u __ __ -- --- C. LKWIS, Arnf. I lost hU sheep he would neverlet such a thing would have taken him, peihaps, five minutesto you II Yes **r' It's been so a long while. But Age.Ardhor-A-The only man secret who thinks a woman load keeps.that others

S. DILWOKTIi, For Tahlahiasceand vicinity. I And there was at this very have performed the whole operation. He '
I' go again. yet Mr. Boggs ash! he'd fix it when he had time without .
do thinking.
August 15, 1S27. UIYonge&McCiellan moment a bad place in the floor on the lic-np. led the colt into the next stall, and then went may
Law touched it"
and Counsellor at so I never Adrice. Almost the only commodity the
Attorney -
I down.
He had noticedit sat
the were the
where rows kept. I to u Who lugged that great lug of wood rund world refuses to receive altfioogh it bo
He .may
of the old habit was not yet. !
MONTICELLO. FLORIDA. three days before. He saw one cows Ah-the gone with ?"
hold! it
here to with allowance to those who
practice in tb- C" rt. ..f the MiddiC Cir J..210YS ct LV, tread np6n it, and he knew hat a heavy ox would fix the tie hole when he had time !- \1 lr. Boggs." I had ba gratis, an

WILL ,and Tho :a..11 uu 12-U 1.A.11C ix AI i. TIlE O>I-BT o> rt T LOBIDA. He did, eh-yes, yes. And no'lOw:. I U&t.-Unwl'lcoine truths i
March 22..lS: not mended for all tint. looked so well outside.
floor was yet placed down I"
PiSXIGLV: AMI MAKI %>X.'. afterwards, just as hei you suppose them bars came I Ahilence.-Getting rid of one surfeit to
"J7M. CALLAWAY I, When the ring or hub band: came home, An evening or two .' Bars" repeated the man, somewhat startled I
: C. C lUNC.r. 1..n..J. MclLULLAN ;, .r 1ullaI i i nlown! to one of his da ugh- make room for another.
t Mr. Hongs went ct-xvork to put it on. Bat I was silt supper l.U them! bars down again ?" friend in order
CROCEB; : &! fOM.USS0.\ !3IERUIAXT: -January- S;: IbM_ __ 2 __ _ __ __ I i it xxvuld not work. lie had missed a figUre i, (era cameln anti t .Id him that the back barn They're are down now." i Accommodation.ourselves.Accomplishment.-.Obliging a .

Two DoOCX ABOVE AMES i Ln KIT.CONSTANTLY Ellis, Orlopp & Co., in his calculations. The spokes had: worn in I door had ttmbled down of wood again. against it r Well, I'm glad on't Mr. Boggs said he'd to serve .-In women, a'l that can b*

/ (m hard *TI41 l rpccirmg Cn's11 *apVV the sockets so much that all the straps in the 'Whv I set a log np" exclaimed fix 'em yesterday. They only wanted some supplied by the music-master, man a.m4k.er,
IX2iAnnn'ARE while
plk-sof rrovinns nnJ FauiiJy Gr-e?rkNo \VllOtESALK DL.'LERS worM could never fit tLat broken hub onagain. I firmly only J a little ago, pins in them.! I asked him yesterday morning and milliner. In men, tying a cravat talking

pains spared in FrWting goods to fill orders fi om FL\E CUTLERY, I John. if I should fix'em, and ho said no. lie said 1 like and driving
the oouutr and at I lie luwe -t mji kct pi icrs. Country I some of the sheep must : nonesenstdressing a groom,
> .ui mrJ tonIc for GUNS, PISTOLS, i\-c.\ 4.t", Jernsilem !" muttered that disappointed Then guess mi"ht co to work, and he'4 atfer.d to that.Noxv .- coachman.
and all other goods c< like
ale produce trill ree ei\e prompt attention. >The citizen cfTalUliawtfe No. 217 FeariStrece Xw York. I mat, as he found that he co'ild not make the I have rubbed down, said the the girl.wile almost I the cows are all gone !" At'rzdgesnelaz.-Aflytflaflg. . ., compresseu----.1 !into t a_

and \vkinitv arc nrpectfullj solicited tp I ROBERT ELLIS. thin
call, examine and p<'ice tm' p'sJa before purchasing MAX A. OHLOFP Ja. di-iin' thing! xxhen I ought to, this wouldn't sternly havn't you fixed yet" I as he spoke he turned a\\8yand followed the Compass of the statues, 50 vols.! folio. .,
article \\'an.t.DteJ to be at ThOMAS P. ELLIS.J I'll fix that to-monoxv was bridgemcnt
vltemhcre. declare
repreeeuted "l
I have been It's too bad-too all thunderin'bash" track of his horse to the road and he saw he advanced by oar ,
to the purcbawr.ApriMfi. 1 2!, 1659.! 4 Absurdity.-Anything opponents
nuary __ __ I John's response. toward home He knew the natureof
__ _
':$. 16 I haven't fixed it before ?"* : had turned contrary to our own practice, aboveour
---- --- --- 1----- Cut there was no help for it. A new hub Bat why you. his horse, and he was sure he should find i .

A. J. PEELER'S, Nathaniel Eamlen, must be made. lIe managed to find An nld pers'sted Matilda. him in his own stall. So he returned to the k, Abundance.apprehension.-An imagnary quantity of
had tiuw.1IJ
COLLECTION OFFICE MERCHANT I wheel whir he could use whi e the wright Why, I haven't, barn ; and having taken the bridle on his arm,
LAW & COMMISSION held down his head as he made this which every man thinks hU'neighbbr possessed _
obn I
Orleans. | WAS f fixing his, and in this uncomfortable way and thrown the light saddle over.Lis shoulder,
Ne\v a'.d himself deprived.
. T.VLLA1IASSE FLORIDA."V7ILL No. CS Poj-dras St., ; :
remark. l
Practice in the Circuit CertsofGaJ.den. I : (he managed to get aloug without losing much had time !" repeated the dameielevating said to ,the hired man : .

T Leon. WaVulla.JefU-tsfro and Ifadis-w and I. -0- 1 over a day's tim ... IIax-en'l in real astonishment; You can tell Mr. Boggs that I have gone I I I I wish I could but seen your great ear

attend promptly to the collection vr ncUt and IIC 1 REFETS TO- One morning, about a weekafter the breaking her eyebrows f' after my horse.". said a young ,lady to a gentleman who had i 3
do mean :
counts in any of lid Connti.. Ex-Oor.Jar '? E. Erooos ) T4lUiasse' F1A. ol the hub. one of the little girl came John Bocgaxbat you But shan't I go with ye, sir !" I I haz rdous adventure in the Manmoth Care
tr Oflic General in the cCice.C'pil.ol, opposite the door of the G A..n.U.H.\(A.' Shine" Esq, 1. J f Fla. I. running in xvh'.le the- family were at breakfast, I Why, I did mean has to fix been it, but when I1tS No I know just where I shall find him." There they are, mad4m/aa d he, poirting

Attorney Mo'. r Newport exclaiming, IVethoughtofit.it So Aaron Rolf went all" saddled and I I 1 extremities. .
Feb. 2 18Y$8. ?-lf }L Spencer, q.j ) Ise." away to his pedal -
John J. Suelliog Quincy Fla. | Papa papa the white faced heifer'sbroke : I. bu'y about something biidted! ." -
-- that kind of '
"--- -- -- Gen. Wm. Bailey,-Jefferson County Fla, right.through the floor!" u Ah, Jo.n. let me I tell you breakfast lie !I Professor of Anatomy-Hoxv many Loafs
lliuAugustus Rolf. Boggs cams .
I .
suit Aaron ''
FIRE .1. O Putnam q MadlOD.. work won't
"Whatl" ,altered starting up- there in the human
Bogg bodjrjl .
Fla.iiivl blue. are
Cedar l looked very"
I Steele, E q, Kcy I .' Aaron Rolf mind bit business, returned
FIRE AND ;URI E I lASlRAXfE TO. !, J B<,11. Esq.. hamilton county, PlxOw. 1 Broken through !1-- looking Let John, warmly, and," be added,with Wky, what's the matter, John ?" the wife I It ,Student' depedP'! what one hn

PENNSYLVANIA.NSURE l"l I1mington Eeq...lTb John Boggs know thl\t his wi.'e was other for dinner. In shad tiuie'there generally"
mani1le. 1 I bold look into his Wife's face, there's asked,eagerly, for her Husband locked really '
against loft by Fire on 13<* tipnal terms Es!l.Seizu. .qJnoV -, )f sharply.at him, and ho avoided! the pecu- a I more or I less. 1-
I }'. H. FIJVOO. Agent.lkL&1iAtC.e4 I J. Marsh tsrI: Dancnnrille, Ceo.Nev. liar glance which he felt sure lie should fiaJ I folks that m! ht do the came to advantage. sad.

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:I"'u'! I.1e.i i. .o.l I'Ik" 'l the >p">jci'reined ''I For sale jut: Tal.dia! sec by AMES A LIVELY, ntm&mce
hich has Ba e.I'' : j l pri ; the StateN r AVe requested to
the tliroc/af-nt 2
excited ly repudiation and h bv Jrog-.tit: rafly
.Judge Baltzeir Vote. cry C \' c!!.:" e : .tMinale:1!n.l t lie-.. C tmi': c\i' IV. IV "J'I"I'eeft wishing I-,is.: I r... w:tter. Acan EDV'Aii M. .-'. l>o., an 'lttaJltte:: for the

: The Quincy ltp.Li the !peeUl organ of Chief been raised by a few. j If ct's u-t'l s. Miibani v,,>sid w <- rt iirn'i' I reasnriU teethe lit send eke vf Justice .f tLe l'tl f'-for L t-u county at the
& niiriiaLI -- ftlx r< J can have it OLJ e'i>
1 JJloribinn t $ Justice Baltzell labors hard to do sway with the! --Col.-- we S would that in coii.Vp"-.1 mJ rt<;:ird anda! lir er )proponi tUehr !! !I .L-H Pif J. D.HiCY.I I I CCillJt.elc' Ui,r .U October .ext. .
: In justice to Yonge ttlff. \ ofiu-e- tii: ,in now till to our I.t .
effect cf thtt in fat'or of taxing the 'ducitg, an Item in our l lat t. frl'D the Milton : ofht'Uj") 1 ti-e .. "f *, be the oase.- March 12, 1S.::. l-ly! 1\ - -
-- bcQ"Tnte rcpn .d. nr' lure- ln' _._
I 1 --T.tLLAnA8sZ- : I IJ pec-pi of this county fr Railroad.. The disclosure CVui u... tinned, .Ccrro Gordo" (in: \h ch he wa* Wiu! j r.'itmUr. thtt IV; ; Il'' eris.'urCumstie.i _-u 1'11.h..n. Th'j: Is nw .!I, PI "ELLIS,
we inter.tel into Uic ereat j
iDte'TooteJ regsrd unr..xalol. luir' 01larurcr Mur
bomb-Jit of his in e.it-! i
wes like a the camp a i niNinrntil pnroiJe -
tr1 a lurpttt that rcntleroan. Indeed we tlr.\ rsrintit I .lmill.1t by llir meiliml prufts'U. follll l'i ,iici.t'iT.: '
,J i 13 Gad '3cn. had boasted of his no injustice to tnnt limn \Ocet Fi'.rila, C.I i to thou.lit! f r I t,f t..al\ng rt'K-roe. It '- m'y! provt'f.llTtbeh'imneconoinr !r coirsioi
ATVflDLY SKPTimnEn 84, 1SS9. see that the subject of annexation should any i that condilio.i; in I wm.ll; be im- thst ehefleYerPTtthliigti wrought me I'hYlle.1lIyatnn .
$ t tWSee our ; rd le Ci.ttca
and beheld h : rt".f .. Swat 10 T ": &''' rri on ciK .'
opposition to the meamrc-but lo bearing upon the :approaching judicial election. proved ? When would the ullti,," hi I Ci.iff or I iSis, tlmniimrai:. .: Ihi f>ree emit* n!at" n lo.iv.tin.rt ar--lrat..I fcire,h S'i stinthfn to J_j to first r'Tg h.j-rR in ?*,>Vk Y, rk.tpt .
whole! > "t.c'
friend of the be exwl '
proves to h/re) been an original pf. 20. a'--ociste-ju-tic-e ,f the Supreme Court lew bv llio .l"fal -
new AdrejtUernenta-D. C. Wilson 4 .t"lnd. even an the nsturnl pews r!. Th. haen: tet) In % 21, 155a. t:1;
.swindling scheme:1" Our ce.ghbcrs any have intended this D:correction i iII miule from .ur miJI1"1,\iil.l r ii"iuinntiinitor .mpoumler '.( 1 1:. .I. IIOcT I.PILE'S MT7H-. ----- -- --- ---- --
.t Co. J. E Purdy. Myer* A G jr to all tlie organs cf the r
Rut \Ylnnexuld fresh site-Sty
Bon Heir. t :
: The the vote but a want of the statement of .Cerrc Gcrde\" but I Co'i 'rt'** le ci\cn to title1: i-'rct' sthle5s oprrnt.-give loro*ch. the : !
JJrpMicadaiita it uf ListS: tneditmo upon the i SEI.! S C T SCHOOL.
well the rJel.1 The tcct
etc. .. as bo.tr
TD B-T: nrwnrJ-A Son. as ) to fnriil-h, United Utet rsei at -rXo I decisive. tlie ".- :
.o .1 We hcjc and
of due reflection iu the Judge as an excuse. is not. CoL not in fd\ orot : : h er and Ib/kiJoev* are prompt ETi i be Je taforni Iht .
Mr. "l"ew II Yonge i "f tbeouuviitgea: would: and trY the M'P.SCHIUKll \io 0.1-
Select School nl/tice of Clayton.E3TCob 01.e- esfl I Li.je that Ml J J Lent who I is w *p enough qait drugging THE
< ,- persons," we are told thought for one moment of Besides information on the lu'dec in Inutxction.I' even I.e exten ioJ to us.: TEEI.soon eelS mi If he had taken a new lease rfl'.fe to und flnl< !i of Talljhawiee end vicinity that th- unI -

.Heustoun. Pre ident ofs1e Pen. & Gee.R. the coastitutic-r-ality of the 1\\ riptivo" Why : the Marianna Patriot of l I>Kt it U said that any' change will iirpro\eoir I The he eont.nue streams; of lIme SeVth Its! ofllie founmsc, rt:ilejm through Is his overjoyed fr.me. I..tlU I. curs of his VCHMIJL nil be ieume.J on TUESDAY .

R.. has relnrnej home after a short absence on I was not Judge Baltzell among those "fow" who I Iff.on.In the ] SeNtinel we fee copied from the .Milton condition This.!It beiginjf the questionWe rfe-be frnm wh.-we cheek the blown Oils.depvrtei give .Pt.1.. tie fourth: ray of CUtnlier, next b.-.taml t and trusts. wil,
I that will be prodiic-fd It it IIoMetler's Olebretetl Bitts a Inst.StiltS that the patronage hitherto BO l.lirraily
connected with the road. iu hub 1e wee did think of the matter T Can be that CUNne" communication figued Cerro Gordo ry :Ic1 ef..l I an.1 dealer ti-nfrtllT. evrry.hcre.J5T" .
I burioeu it possible I : be tliowii impiorement will ie-ulf '.' are l l by dnicp't I be cnnt<.ut'.1. An as,i!tai l of c-harscn r and ability

C entirely successful at Lie time cf life he acted deliberately and decidedly : ,. indicating I charge against AVe Col trust Yonge we a will told il.at annexation ill inai:gt rate the era i>f railroad I bee navemacmcnl in snottier colamu. II will li* s nj iaed. provM l the school i is .uJic tou"I;

.. j : Leg fi\ora'ile to anntXtion. that ; -- I attention will be l ntow-
without debating in his ill'1'0''ml."hI8ihthi"p.'rli'nl.fll.t Male ; I Urge to warrant it. Every
a %
on we ;
yt grave when we : -
# 1 question be accused of electioneering I
The Work, to Segtii.e' I tot say Eufut.ln will find it to her inteit-t to le lutt-d to I 0 UITE.1 ir. ell l uM-n[ .upill committed: to his care, both in repsiiU -
Can the believe
? from
mind its C. C. YONOB early
: The Iron I.\'ing been purchased trsck Ieyiig i ic upon legality ltpublic I that have he known is C..1 Floridian and that he is)uuth.I now i St. Anduwb Busy end that the citizenS ">f tint portion i Died, on like Jackion, smear Tall-.han-f I.i-cn rouutv, i their studies and morals A class in Practical
all euch a thing? But how different was the course of a e such coi.n-ciifii by' rail: THOMAS S sin HOOK-KU"Fl.NGvul be opened at nu utaa ex.
: tube pUhht-1 forward on the road East with II I and has been opposed to dismembering the tit the Stale \\"iIllUllke ; Florida, of Billions Kemttent Fever little
convenient An advertisement. appear Judge Dupont? Instead of approaching the polls State ever of lila birth and home. We are not aware I! root!. If 1 thought that ell"h:1 rlInIt would; be II Of Die Rf''. George C'. 1III.J Maria H Johnson. Little pene.

i i < de.pct Judge Baltzell did. with the easy confidence ofa II contemplateannexation. eOlh"'l'h'ntlll'on annexation, I we-uld iiC! *t cheer. 'I brother was born Augjxt Slat, K.2, and died Sept. SlId,, TERMS :
for the A body seriously II
necessary -
contracts -
another any
io iufied
(1 that I fully ute for that i.ien-ure ; but I am well of 9 Java. Hr, although young, bore
I man atufied that it was right to tax his neighbor not be too much to lb&9, after aa illness Primary Departmel, Spellinj, RiaJinj. Wri.lillg. -
and I statement,
After this
may Ther
4 cross ties for the work between it that sneli contitclioti will uo.v..r 'IM-made. >eopl with Christian rtitude his mn.. to the last. paid' JIM Geography Arithmntio,
Hlementary ,
theSuwannce river Tins will be good news to whether they were willing or rot, lie prudently ask that the Sentinel will explicitly)' correct what <- Ahtbuma will be governed in the m.itter of Rl debt without a manner and aec'nol.llnIO the slurS,bait 10 i I and Graminer sc.su'n of -Ij mjwh. 1000
I I'f'r
brotlirr |
k ,
refusing to contribute to a ,tun.l without strengthen Ihe chain e h.ih I linda u*, parent I
Cerro for their intrre
kept of nJ regard oxvii
I the people of Madi on. Lock out for the Engine oWa-tlui ever erroneous imprcs-ion the publication railr bj uliitsn, t-> Wifsful and fji.-itoua horr.and althoughhis The above with I'u"lIt.1 Arithmetic! Ills-
decision of the question :t the ballot box, ether by, GorJ have created in the mind of its read the tli. !itc=t iiideration for the it iues! of removal hn; unr n.Ii'st! hat cauaed I.manY bilterWis and I Ancient or Sacred Oeoaphy.'. IS 00
"ben the "hi"tle blows'! 1 < sissy We-t Flori la. Eufaula isahei.Ukin for cot- Ui IiI .>lal.rt lo know that Iii!. fl'ghl! wa hiseencard tory.
--- his tote cr by the affirmative influence his exam I er \least one writer consider that .the subject nection with other ls.iiute'Itie ul'M-riM'uin| for tears,yti to live Ihroughnrt eternity In shim better 111",1,It enJoy I The above with .Antiquities Latin,Greek. and
t'l ] of .. 20 00
I pie might exert upon the unsuspecting masses. should lii ,' bearing oill1I..Sln. for With the inhabitant orthoAe eelettial clime the blessIngs Malh..lJ tics .
I Anuexalloit Qae..ton. I of anndltiou" e some the three hiindiitl thou-.iud : ,.ouf.U .
a np rlalitv of th' Advance
the m>m One half: Aivitle in
'j \\t\\\ of the of all the circumstance;. Judge Baltzell and Eiifaul U.ulro.i-1 !hnI..n Si) be ,lry i
The people, of Middle Floiida a A I In view on the approaching judicial d'cton. for he the MontgoniirM Then cwne our elphiol/.and our tears 1 n. B. CLAYTON
,; Le made all ranM dir :
will .r.t i la antS we ; .
that The rKiken.
l "bole Slate, ihoul not loe eight of the important is a much re pneiLe for the Railroad tax now thought it of sufficient iniHjrtance| to refer to the nearly for the! completed coniniciicen.eiit tlf anuncjMiiints> tl e n irk withu- little lint death U Just a :p rl to the skies.! ." September 20, 185:. 39-tf

question of the dibmcmberent of the commonwealth 'j pressing upon people of Leon a any other mau rumored position of Cl Yonge thereon, and takes delay -iHjgsihle. That \iIIllnc..luf"lh: in com- The future home of time good and wl *eHi BaoT EL

\ ;j t gtif.AlabamA, by giving away the I in the county. As one of the Judicial lights itwnshik occasion to say that he and his n.ig1)or will not rjunicitiou with lout
4 i' *'hole of "'t5L Fodd. the! communication business weigh well the question and raise and cannot t tote for al candidate for any office col-. -c_

I! ,.f" from the of citizen of of He to have known I } of The extension of the Southwestern r.ii'ruad to miounctnmitofuibiuInfr.SL'PICEME I I
Chipola. pen .patriotic the note warning. ouSl who advocates the humbug question annexa Kuf.iula i is progressing ulIJo.r tie! um-t fatorableaus.iees. flPIlE subscribers are now opening an extezsiveJL

'Jackson.V had intended insetting au excellent from the opposition that t. in certain portionsof lion. In this we agree with "Cerro Gotdo.No | The calculation of well iuf.rimtl jxr- -. coritr. ---- I and well asserted glue of

I article from the Quincy RrpMic on the same subject the County as .rc1 as from the high character j i candidate shall have ourote who .or the son is that the trains will be runiiir': lo the river : FALL AND WINTER GOODS,

; i but n ant of rpacc pi.evenU. Let us of the and standing cf many of those w ho raised the (ilni i difciierubeinicnt of the Mate. But what ** JujeI'iijJ.t'spositionF I at Li.fnula by the hr-t of next )lll\'. llutjui.i is illtInn 2r AVe arc rtuthorizcd! to candidate:tnnnnnccn. for I to which they TioiihJ respectfully invite the atteption
I S.tanuihlliloiieliarJsherenehe WKltJHT.. of J's'tsaeiIa. as n
smith 1)
1 Middle send tip a unanimous, indignant NO to Ole lion (fthe JegaIy of the tax, that the matter ]\ lIce the S"tiHc any information I '\\ be "n"'h.J 'a lib 'Mueon* o the Allui.tn. while the office of Chief Justice of the Ssi icing Court of of intending purchasers In a,l.lition to their nualaettintment also
j degrading. unneiirhborly ( (iion Cur motto would in all probability rpctdily come before him on the fubject} AVe would not do that gentleman the other is extiudwl to mite (Julf of Me-Me*_why Florida. a supply of Gentlemen'of Boy anti clothing1 Youths, they Clothing are a
-- :
4 : should le, .FLO II>A A!SHE is---one and fl5CkflF upon the Bench. I i:a very |lair compliment to t t l., t injustice, but we have been informed then should she w i i-li to build n rnir! '.iil4 hitherto go much needed to meet the

: lie now. and f re'.u1 hint to say that under curls circumstance, he acted that he is or baa been an annexationist li<) ? In thus I has e ftoutof new theflct.that 3r C ate : demands of the Young America" Tallabuuote.I .
Luf ml'i al-o has eonneetiou with the city of \V. A. I'OUWAil: >. of ..Joc1.'lltilt. asaraiJUlitefor
: --- a without due reflection when it was a time, of all We hope this is not true, and shall cheerfully correct Apuliuhic-olt' bv mean of a large ruer..No As.-o< lute Justice of l"luriJ..t the ensuing clve-- I Their Stock consists in part of

t The C'enCresiIIe Barbacue. others hat he should hale reflected By his vote this error if it proves to be an error ; but if Messrs. Lditors such I'.eti\lionlore illusory thin in OcUibtrWe, Ladies Dress Goods
the :
took -- -- --
dn-cujbion -
m.iumtcd --
Quite au pUca lt lIe aided to saddle the debt upon] the County, and true, iffuruishes a grave objection to hi* election. they arc- \H'rH' than taut, they are full fr ught. ----- --- -
!last in the authorized' to announce F-Lick ) smith \\ d Drcs Si'ks! Oros du
CentrevilU Barbecue on Saturday presence who voted with with ini.chicf Theaie enUul:itid if nut J 'I uedto are : iiguretl at:
the only consolation left to We regard the prfpoition by Alnbama to uistnember iiIoGur4 candidate for Associate uhtne, Cole red Silk! 1 Unbe 1'Ianl and figured l colored
of a goodly' number of people The chid lull Us into dee nil liital .cunt) in.t.'ilhe; snag. IX r-q, as a I > -
Me and Amaker. rita) hitn i found in the fact tllt they follow cd his ex our Mate seams afront. I Jud;e Wright !).m- iiifL-ent grant if put.lie lands thaI! have resented Justice of the Supreme Court e f the Mate, at the : Silks, a fine a'v rtment or "all w Q/' Pelimes Printed -

speaker wire !r Gnu them the -, h -deserted he .. ,ful .f- Culauertl', Du.baigis and Luctrts nil n!vrtmentof
ample. After assisting into serape( in the movement certainly ought nut to the and the tune for sue. October election. I
potunmilit __ ____
candidates for the office of of Prolate <'acli lat1lC __ __ _._
; Cashmere ll bei Cmb l Collais, M.trreiltf-s Colliro -
Judge all I L< t us no Kinder' be -- .n : >,
need .f This in
them in the hour of -lhot I (.llt! the ted our folt shun hate 1 pitted 11\\'IIY.
r t" l JU'lcnr. AVe HitIn>rizcl to announce is bite and colored EnibM anti Htmittitchetl
of "horn discussed with ability question* growing -- -- ditertid from our dutj'-let us no Inuig.r.Ito sight 5F are :
of the County ub cnption to the 1'rnaeoaI & We never knew =a man had a to our rpln-.ou. WIIt In:.the N II sty ? of enir true giKMl in !1t.iking after th.. %''lII 1 11\1.unattuin I AID) "WALKKK, of tube city ns a e3nJiolall! Handkerchiefs a jjpn<-ral assortment cf Swiss. Jaco-

oUt t in Isle own CBM thlt Yet Judge rit1 l, -- -- I ible. If w e w Mi a railroad in N ,.-t r K.nda, I Gur the office ..f A-ciite Ju=li.e or the upurie net and Thread Eil ings smith Insertions Muslin snil

Georgia lU-ilroad: and certain phrases occurring il bit ,;* arrangement with Judge DuPont' }j.Ul the JiieLtoivH't. Rffi-tWicnnt Sfft. 17. i LtTts LIL IT. Nothing is i niori- ft-nellie. \\ tone : Court e-f nuri.I\ the etlIidngetol ...rebction.The ._ Cambric Flouncing, Dimity Dunds.* Black and \\bite

Lk the internal improvement act. They wire followedLy by constitutedIhr some strange Court which! passed an order declaring I lion. IS. r>. TVrlsht.A I a charter with iiitit4c pr,.u>i"ns n'ri-a.lj: i in existence I II -rriCllll.iIlt1; CJIAS.H HlonJ L-ce, IX>unct. Belt and Cap Ribbons, Velvet

other i> aVers. xiliom McrePr. O W of friends for whose opinions we holJen .,I will.ii. and : Uilbont,
p etrong the order for the arr..t of this very Judge Pear < many our I wl.ich the nrr r > 1:1I I I Itilice
.1 I'jrkhill. F. Viil.piirue and Maxwell Footman illegal( Judge Bultztll erred in the order of entertain the highest t re>| have frequently enquired ger to transfer to us ou our owliterlill'e haveuma.rniticentgraiitofland I UtPOXT niie>unce him as a cllIi.IJate. for the Bonk Muslins Check Muslins,
_ _ 1 eon I"c i-f
ef the bu Curi Curtain
Cl.Iif Ju t-cc 'reiue J inet
of <
I. made te.ii.n-t \\ c
of why we \ given ihigentleman by' (
commit a error u
did greater
I the latter a caia1iJ.te kr Clerk of the Circuit airest, not Ju.ltl '
Cour.W "
the order they passed than was committed: in that 1 onr t-upport fur Chief Justice, J>rhllo 1 word ofexplanation l together with that which may be made )tiCh.\ Florida.C5T". SWIM Cambric,
1:1 \
believe the fritn each of the chief I - Titrletona
tlker I four thousand Pans ,
of questionmay to
c I which thecni.n.nt. T Why not apply for a | [ our position on State, probably) amount !
satisfied ith their efforts. i railroud. In addition! to t'lwe' YOXGE of West ICamsfok lluslins Lawns.
were \ j CireuitJuge1ii tint case ?-Quinry Rrj"hl., Srj>- be proper.In per mile of C. C. Esq., .
,1 ;% The Barbacue wee and a u ol the first place it i is well known that!oth pnr I Internal Improve.me lit bond with w Inch to pay I Floiuld. itt herely presented by IIi fiivnJa tn the Brilliants, white ansi colored. Bobinet and Silk Iliusiou
\HI pr.lue t'Ulk 1.Tbe tIt I l aud ihoctawi Kid Glo\e, Ganntl'ti,bilk and 1 hi end Glove
w"Jltbe case on sjc'a editor of the, R'pMtf has been totally misinformed lies agreed that piilitii-a iught not should L I for bridge ac-roes the ApHlaehkola votem of the State for election to tIle ofiice "f:4 ,
S intcicy I enter into thiadudieial. election, and long liefori i hat ht-e Risers au.1 for the iroa and "-']UIL meiita.- siwlats JI1"i:ice e f the. >uprcme Court on the first
We must not olit t mention that Mr J S. Mo I t the con-lituti.n of the Court when the name JI11ge l Wiizlit announced asacandidate With means like lhe t', with such wnl grounded Monday of October licit.JQgT" I II Bonnets Bloomers &c

ring. who had bran previously) announced us a candidate the expunging order \> as pasted It was a full i iA also true that: we promi-ed our support| II anticipationi", why thould we look tc AlaLuiua for I __ _- '_ --- Trimmed, bilk. Satin, White,stud Colored.,

for Jnd0e of Probate withdrew from thc the Chief Justice and both the Associates be to Judge Dupont IVrhaps we may have been to aid winch flic would i.ot. if ho could extend to AVe ate authorized;1 tr announce I Straw Ladies Bonnet Ladies and Mi-nes EIooru ri French
I huin"g Curt; hasty in declaring ouraelf for Judge DuPont, It u*? Xo'! let Ugo to work and ,1.,1"1'l our own I-- .. <15flate for A-w>-
i ; contest the ftld altogether to C. lug presoct. The order had been pret loutly agreed is well known throughout the State that Judge resuurec. Let u* make our oWL railioatls! At ilh stun 1' 11OLLAMJ the a* a c-in e-Uction in October i Crepes, \VreathsRu'ehes stitdFlowerts.Tilantillas .

I L* Gwynn and Aniakrr ou in conference, the C. J. being present Ind taking Wright i be not running D the candidate any ;par own meani' It US put our tlie>uldrr to the wheel, Justice at ensuing ,
4 z in the discussion,and was afterwards announced ty. His friends have repeatedly declared that lie and then if nee''sarv, we may call fin .tlursfoi next. __ :

1 I All Da11-Purchase. A. of Iron KallroadJ for he Penoa fmI part the full Bench the C. J.. as alreudy) stated lord not content to run as the candidate any; help antI my word fur it, that to a p'ea: tins ur;ed l.n. l., ;The;: ; Hon. .TdMts'rs ('I I I)1i..lIe A general assortment of Cloth Cloak and Mantillas
Georgia of hi. friend can nut IM But Iho'lIl..t Ub not ask il
aud as a matter course refusal will gi\en. and
party of all lors sizes
and then and there announcing n iiJu. i presei.ted ly hiS fiieinl I Ito cr prices
in his seat >
$f 1 I affords us the utmost satisfaction to b enable being caim. n.ilh.r can he expect, the eupix>rt of Whijj! of a State whoso people are already! groanii umitherI the voter' of the State for election to the office Velvet Muntillis, Chenille Points, Chenille anti
his dint in a written argument So that imitate Americans party ground alone We I tllll weight of la aticii imi' >v.ea to p.ijI
.j ppresai\e
Knit Shawls.
to announce/upon the highest authority that even urn of A -ociate Justice of Supreme Court ou the first Wool Shawls,
of. know that Judge is an old Line Whiz and their debt. !
of the is ilhi1osed I own public
Rrpnbhc h
1 E1; doubt. as t ihe farther) progress and completion of Another error relates to the nature of the expuugiug thAt lie is supported| all l o\cr the State byhig- But it i il said that AlabamaiouM Jig a etln"l I: Monday[ in October_ next.C5ST" ._ ..___ ____ __ __ __ Goods.

the reeoJ J Georgia Railroad has been reI had ).morat, anJmericnl' and we know too that from the Apalaehicola River i to the Wcti-j'po t.rt. I AVe atithuri/ed! to announce Fancy & Staple Dry
The Justice are
moved and <. Iloustoun. the energetic order. Chi.f placed upon those of hi; friend who are now supporting and< Andrews Bay. How \bi.nar) the ieheiiie> how I Fancy Prints, English French and American, I"nn-

rre JiSipltd, ha in his efforts aunegotiations < the record of the Court wh.itwns illegal in itself advocating his election on the ground that ho is a sorely jiret-wd for argumciits are tIme h'io'nd.vf un j llou. ALKXAXDF.U MeDONAU> a tatidhlateftirA'enuiatc sit J! ,.r l1:1. I ted Muslins, French ami English Jlerimw, French anti

l :* ielt the full extent of the hopes of the viol what he. had no right to 1iut thenThe expunging Whi are ,doing him a serious injustice. Judge'IVnight Illxuti..n. when they ur,e such a pretext I how Jii-tue_e-f -IupreuueCctIrt I KiMcm Oinstham Enli'h Chintz, Black Alpaccas,

I t order was a correction of the record andit like tni>
to.t sanguine. He has purchased the necessar' ning clout upon his individual merits and does not I from the AI'.lllaeliculI.in'r. : tot.. Andrews timy. tIKCLIT Opera Flaimeh Ladies anti l Gents White Merino

11 r quantity of Iron to lay the track to Lake City ,A just .competent for Judge Pearson toot< expect to be !supported; HI any quarter as a \Vhij I when there is a fine naM aMe river Irci'i the point ;'t': "- AVe are authorized to announce Vests, bleached anti brown Shirting and Sli- ting,

t where a connection takes place with CoL Zander on that correction as for cither Judge LhiFont or and these are the reasons why we feel at liberty to I! indicated fur theconimonccuientof the Canal I to tile< I J WAYLES DAKEU as a candidate for the office linen Sheeting and! Shiriirg bleached and brown

that member for whom we with all deference to .f ll is -aid that there la but tktv'p tlf of the Middle Jnt]ciallircuit of Florida,
-14 In addition to this pcrchaee I I Ba'tzell I i it I singular notion one vote please cue city Apala-hicola Judge Ii i!lines. Sitmets. Demmo, Cawuneres. brown and
Sons The I
r"Id icrporUut wisliesofothi-ra. sublime to the liuicnlou October ele-ction
the from the at the
of the Ccrt can \\hat he pleases upon the ensuu.g __ _._ __ I striped Osuabnrg, Irish Linen, Hosierj. Georgia
lie lies also! contracted for three new Locomotive. I place nieh mii-t hu\e wmreinthereeiop <
commend the above honest and arti who first urged a ple-a Blankets
) We manly nun Ker ev* and Plains, Bed Blanket. Negro ,

i with the other rolling clock requisite for the busi record implicating hi. Associate and these arXecoFcfingTo"iriefjpuoicVJvctrinV fi .ftt.tiif> A.H.LOamild rally tjaiUaana: to thesurly I xrrrfm. ,.ofthebubl.me.-- ---for-hue certaini- It* reached: I. ,.AVe i .are. *..atitliorizcfLto.fin"i LV' ,I l K'a ar-on -I-- .-J **A.1*. Pl..fr.s

3 ivrpfle-'wno; I ate *o long Kbpe I { if American in Florida and -Un. ohue of Clerk of the Court

,: hope and will excite a thrill of exultation in the. zell had only included IuPont in the order of arrest Judge Dulont may be helen as I sure indici laws than Florida. If this was to, there is a r.-a.y) the ensuing election in October next.AVe Gent's. Clothing1.

c ; t bosoms of all our people cicept Inch as have I he would lIne hen hud ivth his A-li- tion that the bulk ofthe opposition there nalil answer. If our laws) are bad it is no reason why] -- --r---- -- -authorized------ Black Cloth Cots. Do.him CvuttsTwteth). Satinef,
le are lo
; ,t rctly hoped for failure tLat their predictions or ate dead." They', being implicated could cf wine of their brethren in the Middle and elsewhen we should Ji'm..ml.truur State-Kt rather anlt'ntl JAMES W. IU : candidate announce and Beaver Coats. Buffalo, Beaver, Seal kia. Blade'Cloth
as n for the othceol and Satinet Ove-reonts Cas
our law!. But it i* denied that Alabama has apes. Fancy
( ; \'i might te MfllJ! I court have no voice in tht correction of the record, are not disposed to introduce politics into an tie better laws than Florida, and 1 call for the inaUucesofsuch any. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Leon county at the simere, Doeskin, Tweed and Fancy Satinet Pants

r Tu c.1 1 louuun.10 ha I labored sop ''se"-er' and 1 the C. J. would have had every thing hi; tion which all have agreed should be withdraw superiority. ensuing. election in October next. Fancy Ca.imeie Vesti Silk, Satin and Italian Cloth

4t I ifg1f' and euccesofally in the bu$inro winch tool own way. Such i the absurd to which from-such a strife. 1 h it to be found in her jtenitentiary system bj -- ---- ----- -- -I i-mIs. Linen bcsorn Shirts and Collars Marseille
h'lgtl We
Authorized and -
which the State i to instruct a are rel1l1est- Shirts and Collars Woollen Pants and.Shuts, do
Lim required r
from home --- -- -- rLlgli.sin
we withhold the meed Judg in its de
o f organ goes ire to screen
(:o"t lzcls ed to COUNCIL
announce A. BRYAN for Clerkof
The of Jcflcraon. useful and lueiatixe trade and th('n turn tlu.ii
I Aullioi-Mhlp
I. praise to which lIe u entitled for the faithful and him from the just ofhis the Circuit Court for
consequences illegal acts. Leon at the
I The Quincy Republic seems to be under the mel! out to enter iuto competition with honest median. county cuouitg Boy's & Youth's Clothing.
t 4 4' satisfactory efforts he .made to further the progress a- ice' election in October next.c' .
that the authort
aneholy impression > Jefferson
1 of our enterprise. He b4 done hu duly and "Construction" Construed Is it to be found in that provision her code< -- Cloth Frocks, Tweed Cassimere and fancy Satinet
4 Not little discutiion was sletecttand made known, through means of The friends of DONALD Coats, ribbed Sitmet Oversaek,. blue arid blue
he that does that dee welL Xone but those 1.lletn going ou in which enable a man, when lie obtains a judgment I
ute and public to the of a Ir. certain .proofsheet!" But for the consolation o( to sue out an execution against the property or A CAMLUOX ]'rescut his name to the \otc-rs of Leon blanket oversacks. fancy Cassimtre Punts.black Cues-

? : Inow something of tho difficulties he has had t a meaning our brother we will inform him that we had ca. M. against the hotly] of his debtor ? i a* a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court at the sirner aaj Tweed Pants ito.Hats..
in the internal express
encounter and overcome ecu the phrase impru'emeot law, under I be found in her extensive I election ill October.
ti e appreciate extent authority for giving Judge Baltzell cs the author of it to exemption oprojierty .
'I of hislabora. To hate made extensive purchases which counties are authorued to subscribe to thp from execution, or in her odious dii-crimi-iI -. --- -- -- -- ------- .
that delectable document, from TAX- COLLECTOR.C3 .
of Iron the of stock of a r.ilroaJ The [>hrase limits the eubscrip. a gentleman to WhOO nation by 'which book not kept for sale are not A Rr Nutiii
on Pocket
I strength established credit I nMortipentof Hits, black
.e1 the Chic Justice had distinctly and unequivocally subject to execution no mutter !how vast the [ AVe arc requested to announce
t would have been tion to "ffly pcicost.. rf tit cot fr eottstriiction, Lumber Frend Cassi nere, Planters Hungarian.PeaiLSiroke,
comparatively cccv; but to sue admitted the fact. We relied upon no" proof sheet*" or how great th,.ir value 1 JAMES F. 11.-HLEY. of CcntrcvilkasaeanditLmte
and the arises to the of this HaVelock,Slate, Maine, Antique and Saxony Hats,
it ceed es he has done in the face o repeated raorti controversy a meaning to establish i what was confessed by the party injplicated. In no roped is their code superior to our, ex- for 'lux Abse #e>r and Collector cf Leon county at boy's and children'hats in le. GentWIazedhats
I tying) failure, with an enterprise comparatively i expression. In the ordinary transactions of life, the I the Republic ? cept that by it a sheriff may be ruled for not collecting I the election iu October next.w0 fashionable moleskin every hat, straight and bell

Jew. and a credit yet to be established, was no trifling I moaning of the word construction" is well understood I I ltifec. money Alabama would not be bent titled I shaped, Men's and B>>>' cloth caps, silk plush caps.

njatter Our \VeoMer defines it ns the act of building, I The iTIariauua Patriot. by the proposed nDnextion.11 that she want i is are authorized to announce
: only surprise i i.. not that he has connection with Penicola which will I 110.UUA
I be
a Vf.
SAUNDERS candidate
soon for Tax-
vi succeeded at all. but that lIe .succeeded to well, ,! or devising and fonuing," and in this sense it i I Mr. Judah has retired from the management of accomplished by the railroad now in process of con I A.be>>9or and Collector of Leon as a county at the election Boots and Shoes.A .

ti for we are assured that the result of his negotiations understood 'he applied to the building of a this exeeJentl.aflr, and is succeeded by R.S. Dick- I f true!ion between that place and Montgomery : in October next.3giF" very large assortment vf Ladies and Missea Gaiters -

I '' will not only secure the Eastern connection house, bridge, &(, signifying a completed structure. son, E. an earnest, warm hearted Democrat TIle change of jurisdiction would not ad.j to the I ---- Buskins, and Slippers of every qualify ami 'ize

I 1 l : fixed) but that the foundation has been (tl't is When employed in the 22J section of the internal at present the Judge of Probate of Jacket material progress of either of those cities. The political :; AVe are authorized to announce with and without beefs. Gent's best calf waUproof
j laid for the importance of Alabama would not be enhanced Boots and fchoes. Planters Boot and Shoes of all
JOHN II. U1IODE3 candidate for
t actS it must mean the County. In his hand the Patriot will lose none of as a Assessor -
necessarily same
of improvement
the entire
completion hoe through to IVnsacola. to any perceptible extent f Iy annexation nnil Collector of Leon at the kinds Hunter's Boots, Ploughman's boots, Yooth's
1. And in this connection We publish the thing. It will be borne iu mind, that the cost of the character it has heretofore enjo'cJ In one while on the other hand that of Middle and East election iu October.MESSES.. county enduing and Boy's Boots and Shoe s, a great variety of Chil

-; t, private letter to one of the editors from following a grading crofs tieing Ac., through such a country I feature we observe a decided improvement The Florida would be ruined by it __ ______h ________ dren's Shoes,tc. A large supply of Russet Brogans,

gentleman our, will, on an atr.ge of miles, be about equalto new editor, in the issue in which his Bulutato No benefit would result to West Florida for she 2r EDITORS-Please announce Northern and Madison made.
whose interest in the success of all our roads nr would the burdens ALSO Hardware -I Iron. Nails
exchange light now imposed up00 an Notion. Saddlerr. -
the cost of the iron and hence the takes occasion himself C. L. DEMILLY as candidate for
to a
; Legislature decidedly re-du-
and especially in the completion of the entcrpiise Ipper her for the heavy taxation of Alabama. Why Fancy Goods, Crockery, Glassware Perfumery
tion to the office of Tux Assessor and
Collector of
through Middle Florida to the magnificent 1 arbor did .much I to My to the counties, .You pay opposed to annexation. then should lIo."bociy"cote for it? \\'hnot. let Leon County at the election in October next Tm-ware,
for the grading, Ac., which will be fifty per FROSTED well enough alone ? We are advancing rnpitlh'int.he ] .
of Pensacola
was 8 often manifested while Execu- cent KILLING SNOWSTORM.NEW MANY VOTERS.
of the cost of construction and the State will aid in onward and upward road to )htroelierity. but- & Twine.
-- Rope.
Live YORK 18
;i of our State : :elt waa killing frost, population has doulded smce we beuame a :5tate- ,

Krw Vorr, 8.r. 1J, 1859. purchasing the iron"tllus making provision for I and a snow New York on th'tlighi The wealth or the State has creased in even a JUDGE OP PKOBVTU, A full supply of Family Groceries,, such aa Teas

L C. E. DIKE, ESQ., completed rod ,of tile 13th inst greater proportion. TIle railroads iu Middle and DC73 AVe are authorized to announceD. Coffee Sugar Rice. Soap, Caudles, Spices Candies,

That the phrase "cent of construction" when applied East Florida] have been advanced more rapidly than W. GWYXN a* a candidate for re election te Burning Fluid. Oils, Pamt-, Tobacco Snuff Cigars,

I Dear Sir-The friends of the Pensacola .Georgia to a RailronJ, < the cost of a completedroad LATEr FROM HAVANA. those of any other State, and it is to be hoped that the office Judge of Probate of Leon county at the Essences, Sardines, Sauces, Pickle. Soda, Salt, NEW
I (p Road '.i rejoice to know that CoL Iloustoun men 1QBK.. Sept JS.-TI ttcanithip De't the same zeal and industry will sewn animate the election in October neLAVe Brandies, Wines,Gin, Rum and Vihiakey.
or, in other woid, includes iron, these arrived here to day. brings Havana to "
of West Florida.V have Rill Site materialfor ALSO assortment
i. has closed contracts fur all the Iron necessary to people ----- ---- --- a good Drugs constantly kept
the 13th instant. A decree has
to he no and Rail. Roal just been is- for brilliant future. authorized on hand. U EIU RU.sT
: the controversy among Engineers progress every prospect a :e are to announceCoL Lake
carry enterprise through t City The road men, and surely, of all others they ought sued which gives the Cubans nearer approach to Why should we wish for change ? Why barterour A. I' ASfAKElV.as a candidate for Judge of Tallahassee,Sept. 24. 18S9. 29
The weather
l deliveries the month and popular been
commence during rpresentalon. for less than EMu obtained
rreent glowing anticipations even Probate of Leou
1' run through t May pet, early after which. time t<> knonJ., a satisfactory proof upon this pint (01. and healh city has irapro\, there for his birthright-all thn for the poor pt-it- election. county lit the ensuing October TALLAHAS SEE

I wo pubiibh the letters from two has been scarcely any sickness .
following !
or dependency of Alabama and
being a
L i i expected IhatTalkhaesee be in ctTuiection liege ; perhaps ------- --
,1 I wi neers of established. reputation and of the highest of being governed by some pro-consul of her COUNTY StR"E'\"on. CARRIAGE, SADDLERY
by Railroad with the Atlantic at Fcnuncuna and MOVEMENTS OF GEN. SCOTT.WA I
character for probity. The brst from Mr. Ran.do'ph appointment CHIPOLA.Spmul AND
t Jacksonville. The revolutionLili: has taken I i nrNGTof, bept 17.-C.eneral Scott leaves on 2r AVe are authorized to announceJ.

-i place in commercial circles iu regard to Ole credit Chief Engineer; of the P. A. G. R. R., whose the steamer of the twentieth for Sin Juan. He 1J I ii. JEFFCOAT: as a canehdute for County Surveyor HARNESSESTABUSHMENT.

I runs through series of of service invested with large discretionary ilotirrs. .
power. the
erptfrienffC I years at ensuing election in Octol rr next.
of the Pen .acok) &
nod 'ithil the -. -_ .
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Gt'rg. pst in -the other is from Mr. --- -- '--
Railroads Virginia Jno-
few weeks Las bf1 and gives on I 10 making up" the form we find the = _: ---- -=-==-_- --: -- = I .
,. that ) .at a\un.lut Bradford. of Itils county, whose opinion concerning t press. ENTIRELY NEW ENTIRELY NE\U! 2r The undersigned announces
assurance company can : their work columns i* great as to compel
carry upon advertising f iiuselt cat.elidate fur
as a tIe
wi'i Jiis County Surveyor at SUBSCRIBER
i, through promptly to P.nsaoola. There need be no any matter connected profession cars-lea I us to omit several articles already) in type WHAT IS IT ? I' ensuing October election I. 31. 1JLAKE.SIIEKIPF. rpHE JL having purchased Pe :
with weight second to that .nf no other Engi _ a
further apprehension about the Iron. J the country it a among which is a reply to the lat Eat Floridinn, THAT WONDERFUL PURIFYING AGENT I --- ---- the interest of thus late _ _

: ill the road neer. be seen that there ent'"t! agreement I in _ _
It.i i HULL
company have tow and a paragraph or two devoted to the Sentind, Ac
I! strength enough to iron.it i between these: two experienced aud piactic1: men: i iTLUJAStt -. I Daibj's Prophylactic) Fluid !( i czr We are authorized to announceMr. the Carriage SaJdl ry -
have vrilcesscd with great satufaction the effort I Fla., Sept 2, If 53. i [For the Floridian A"Joran LJ This i* a Aeie Di cortTy. It i* the remit nf feirnedJieteareh I DAMhL JOIIX-< as a Candidate for bhciiffof amid Harness Business, -a
i Annexation to Alabama.On of Leon County at the election iu October next. BO long kept by him,
It Skill
UouD.W.Gwxtmx t* a triumph / Scientific !
of CoL) lloustouu, from the time he : I _.
hit }Floi -- _
first October the of --- -- --- ---,-- would respectfully inform
I :Jhe on/by.f next voter" is a Chemical Union of materials, provided bv
ida to the close of his last Dear Sir: In reply' to jour note of 31st August, I I IT the inhabitants
declare their
up to-day. He 1 I hate to that the iron rail, chairs and thieSt.3te.'re expected by ballot I herself for rendering pur the air we I 0:7": AVe are authorized to announce -
say spike
-t &met difficulties and embarrassments caluulattd) estimated in the of I whether or n">t they are in favor of annexing West I breathe. Its action is in obedience to fixed laws. RICHARD SAUMJER3 a* a candidate for reelection LEON and adjoining
are always co't construction of
Counties that he will continue the business
to depress him but he lies steadily until railroa-1. Would be railroad florida to the b lte of Al1Lma I to the office of Sheriff of Leon county at the in all iu
4 l'rsTer. I a it a without them ? The w'Uich have QUICK POWERFUL branches at the Old Stand, where maybe found at
elcctiou in October
have been He has The usual heads the I ar"umtnt urge fait next.
been expenditure
they overcome. \isitcd during construction to convince me tit propriety of mealure. I It purifies J..eUinge. sinks kitchen ill times,
l with affliction, but even these have induced (,f a road are: Graduation, which Includes of them It removes all offensive odors ; r
not cxamiu some to if
family ?
lee Road
Excavation and Embankment and I[ now )propo to Rockairay*, Buggiei, 'agon*. Saddles
I him to desert his port until the last bar of I Cuh'er; Brd" I they sic well grounded in reason.It I' It curer burna with instant certainty; Uridles
Masonry, which include stone, lime; cement, !, the of Florida is eonstliu- It is the best preparation ever used for fresh wounds. 31th) bcrtiscmcnfs. Harncst, 1/Vhip*, Trunki
iron hai been procured. He ha the iron lumber and labor i Is said that :.tt
procured Bridge which and Machine
I ; Superstructure tel, the AVestern is isolated from the other divis'onsf I It destroys all vegetable and animal poisons ; I I Belling
for the whole line, purchased the chain and tpikes i includes limber iron p'liut, labor Ac.; Road Superstructure the State, and doe DOt receive from them that : It relieves ID a hew seconds the hitc-a of insects :--_ =.= =_=- -- Df every variety. And in fact,every article nnall/

? for the aame-purchased three superior new Locomotives Inch includes cross ties, iron rail, ch.ir consideration it is tnUtJtd-hat in the I bees etc : STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. kept io such an establishnient ; and ha hope by attention -
spikelaud labor, Right of WM Iepot and ( t ,
1 and all lie outfit for Miccc sfully workingthe I Interest; Dept |'I lirtribution of office!the too It scatters tails when forming; I to the interest of his customer, to merit A

road. Bui.Ig; Engineering; and los1 overlooked. The facts will not sustain this. 1 It soothe boils when formed. and beats them I I EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed
The company erjoya a degree of ; ; ofen SIGHT
credit I jules for annexation. :I rapidly. iu tutus .10 suit,at i (one.half) ]ter upon his predecessor J. E. PURDY.
r; denied to not Railroad! Companie and there i i. Wlieu the road is fni.lle this Construction .Account 1 I } into the Union iu 1843giv k It is good fur carbuncles, ulcers, cnnn and sores ; prtvtimn. WIm1. 1'- i'ETTia, .& 'tltl'l
i placed among tbt 11't as cosi of In 10rda...Jriuc It cleanses the teeth and the breath The subscriber would also inform his friend and
3oubt of her entire rd purifies
no longer a ability to } I in na ft.url.'n years of State government. ; :i September 2-. 1859. 3.-:19.
car addition to my own can, if I a1ut of and Scnilet Feverare the public, that be till cootioues the Agency of tb*
1 through the whole hue 1o !! uprenlf,1 jou during time has a Unied T! The worst Symplons Typhoid :
rensC.la. it. show you reports number of dif that Wt'.tloria furnisbe. well known and celebrated
State Senator Tw mitigated by the use < f this Fluid ; it baa been "AGENCmNKOF COLUMBUS. j jSIGUT justly
; While 1 wo.l desire to uuite with the 1 Railroads convince I I tn yu. u
fiiend of to any one that this i Ia I
Thief and one Associate Ju the Sutreuie I known to check the spread of Typhoid Fever in Families \VheelcrVVttnCt Setting Machines.
;i .S our enters in rejoicing over this success. I would |I the custom, aud your own judb'uent convinceyou Ju&tief Court hate been lof r Hmitp.- : and upon plantation I EXCIIAISCJi for sale onlTew Tusk : t

not cofne my congratulations to the Pouacola & i of the propr'lI)' of JAS.the CUolfl.Respectfully fc* 1 j The Honorable George 8 Hlft Ja\.kin1. our able Re j> I Lending physicians are csm? it in Charleston Columbia I ) per cent.premium. Exchange on ; Tallahassee, Sept. 24. 1859. 30 _

1 RASDU'I. j I I Saraiuiab Augusta. Atlanta. Micnn, Columbus. New Orleacs at | (five eighths) cent.
Georgia Company ouly. Col. SNuideram has also esentative in Congress,\.ho ) one term and per j jM. i iI
; Cir Seltoa Mobile and New Orleans P. ELLIS Fall and Winter Goods;
'hieh Montgomery Agent. '
the Iron ) Lake lI3"tf. : 113 been elected to thatvw commence on the j I
procured ((ro tlNugtl to City. an 1 !t tMr. of New Oileans and Mobile ifcS'J. !
fourth March, i* a West Fordian We have al.sfUohhe.1 :The Hospitals are I; F pC21, 2w-39. Sent oopy Stock f FALL
Tube the balance necessary to go through to T.iu.tu.ts.wr. Sept. 2Sd, 1859. J i two roit.IStatu! and Cha mud- usirsgi.Hoepitala.if. I --- --------- t WE and aje now WINTER receiving GOODS our new ef tie

Oedar Key making! in all oicr 10.0 tons of iron Ion.[ P.V.. Gwn:: |, her Q Yonge. Esq..a 'I\rat Floridian, has been twica. corporations, ship matters manu&cturrs. I I For Sale.: usual variety of consisting

purchased f JT florida roads ithiu the last few | De.U Sir: I agree with Mr. in the : appointed to the responsible (fee ol1n tlth' pianIsts, physicians furnished b) dw gi'Jou DWELL1XO-110USE recently occupied HARDWARE
i Randolph filled Does this reduced rate rpHE by I DRY GOODS, ,
\ b. Theoc are al! florida >pinion above, to I* > Attorney, now 1 ably ly .hm JL )In. L, E. Grant in the Notthwe&t of UM
\orJ"lnJ every ;I t'xrrtS a Usually look like proscription ? evinte a dipn.itiou ; For kale by dru;.ts and couptry merchant 'at.I' portion GROCERIES, HATS CAPS,
of ruction of
2.tant by cost cou t a D
lloriJiaa tiLl) : in acd Rir.l. P.H esaion given immediately. The lot ia lar e I
true trjvice their $ hail from whom orders are &
: ,
cce" Ue-pcfctfully: .)NO. to act unfairly to'.1 West Florid ? On rally rHpect.lullllOlielted. and located the comfoitable BOOT, SHOES, ic.
: i iLelr I I I at least roe bottle. Price M cent* hindsomelv dwelling ,
tijli csily the contrary, do tllf pi ore that Middle Try
_ \tt eoI.etOu not direction 'I with six rootas. Terms eur. which we will sell at low prices.
\UT very trulv, This hovd! settle the and East Florida have I)% u. willing t accord to B. C. l.1WV. :- -' Q4..J. MEGIKKISS.
explicit testimony contro- ;
t W"ct n.rida everything that else vo.i! Uilv 'I ry }Ianu.arlurrd.m.1 in the Lal.iatoryofJ. 'I .

JAMES J: VpO.m: ., vcrs "J .U".r 'ehtbTer! '. fears t;, have teen ,r cJ.1 I I fJAnCT, l.uJuu.1. ftp. C*, IS:?. .C3 .: Sept. H, 135" J9-6t -


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MYEES & GORMAN, FkUWflJCarrefl&1axwe11.- GOODS.) -D. C. WILSON & SON I II Valuable-0-Inventions :r-T--- AMES LIVELY, .;.



Plated Ware, Fine 6't/ti, Cutlery ,, ---- --. I :IDT: : C> VV
WE are Dft'" rweiviu:; our l.irge nnJ well! Delec j FALL A.ND WINTER GOODS ; .... _
AJtD fAKCr GOODS Stork of | Patented! June 21 ht: I lb5 I II
ARK now receiving tl.4-it Full fI.,1 Winter 510<'1.. FALL ASD 1TI.\TCR GOODS L3DtACI EVERy: CLASS OK CUCDJ SOLO IN THIS -)1.HKIT1: % : .... .
which they imite Ihe kttentiou j.
d tit- public which will nip.ire fivt.raUy: with any oilier Stockbrought : I
ti n.ti ge14t.ts.J.v I LADIES DRESS GOODS I Cultivator Ever Invented.
s'f U.tu 4. itC9.: Sontincl copy. I to this. rnaikpt. to which tie would! invite i I f -
-' .----- the atlPlltioll I cfnur Cuatoinors. end to all other who I II I .
-- -- I Of eve,IY Stv 1 Ic and labile ; -YX TilES propcrlv rnde. and used if it don t I
Fall and Winter Goods. f.tl tiirpf8d toc-.ill upon t:". I IDressGoods. \ I thus pn\e i it-l.! I lurim pledge !myself t', I

j' Black and Colored Silks, of Every Style ; return the m ney tu t.i eh.., purchase rights for }
"VyoW in titutLo l.nr platjtutions.
tstixki-f .F.tll ,It.1 1\Viit4-i C o..1s.'t.. ,er had.ami ': Requires Lut tone St>'ek f..r any kin 1 of a BLt'l. TM5LMtASE4 14i
we iutite nil nh"ate tiifiiuus
call and .ee th..m. To our I lilue Poult de oire Silks, Fancy bilks, I in one rlli.;!::... now rtcfivug M large wed fresh supply

Customers Who Pay 1st January: i Dclaiu 0 Robes.. Buutnn d>* Ruse American, Englls'i; nnd French Gin. Iiam? ; [ "Sonnet. Belt and Trimming Ribbons ; Is adapted t" rod subw.il,hillsideerid general cultivatioti !- variety cf nilicit* kebI.y.-Dru.gists, ; ,.

or (hereabouts, w e ill st-H a* low as any 01-a.
in the city, and all!I wIlt pay Casli I N Yalenline., Bonne's, SLakcrs and Bloomers ; | Dress Ti, "minings ; I ILADIES 'Vsired, and n !'t,<.ous'nclCtI l that a !seed planter may I. slId otLcrs will always CnJ at this tstiblishAiefit M
l>e attached to it, the cost of which will not exceedone full supply of every thing needed 10 our hue and ofla
Deduction of 10 Cent. I I"r. Robe of all kinds.
hare Shally
Shall a per AND MISSES' FURS; i iI dollar. liberal terms us they con be had in soy Southern / .

.. one baying largely can have an opportunity of II I Every pad i is deta .l.able aid aJjuMable to itself. I Market. Order by Wail or otherwise promptly attended

tluiiig; to Hi 10 pcr f."CI.t. on coft. for cash The Shawls Mantillas Velvet. :Moir Antique and Cloth Mantillas Shawls' Knglans.; Caurs. 1 II TIll stock which. may be made tf common pine ti Ii and filled with the same correctness* as if \

Stock rmlirace<< eves\ variety usually\ kept: in our Ictv and other shIes t in the Ladies Dress Goods Department, too numerous to mention. I plank is !so simply constructed and there being! no j personally purchased by Cnst'>n>er.. To Cask and ,
and it i i. unnccer!'ury to puiticulaiize. Call and sell in the iron fart that the w h >!e plow may bo I prompt time buyers, we feel confident in saving we .

look; nnd if the Goods .uit. I FANCY & STAPLBIs readny! put up by the commonest Smith 1 :after: <.neobtaining : I can give them entire satL.hcti"n. Our STOCK com- II
nplo; : : Dry: Groocis : I cf all who
; << a correct pittern.: The opininn
Prices Shall b? Made to Please I : : > :x. -r G-OODS : 1ImiQCS-i \
Blankets 4 Brown Blue Denim Sit 'jIllltorough have seen ai.d tried it i:! thnt it will be the StuflV: !
Kerseys, Osnaburgs ; 3.4, 7-8,4 Domes'ic Hickory iJlt's; Urujji. Dye ;
Man of our customers have not yet paid frt Is full and complete containing in part as follows :
up I I ) Plaids Flannels Bleached Shirtings Blenched AuJ ONLY P 1. 0 ,r USED I Medicines. \'alrmLt'l. I
Stripes'and J
t Isst and! (previous years IIn.1 l it is impossible for us 10 Prints, (Iinharr,. and Gingham Robes '
meet our mgsge ueuts without heavy loss,Uulebs W-e I Opera| Fianuels, White and (lied Flannels Brown Sheetings.! Satinets, Tweeds Cassimeres K\. Jeans, : as! soon as its merits are generally known, and llmt, Chesicat.Perfumery, Putty Burninsr Flui.!.' I.

cn collect ; and! we hope euou to ceo : Brilliant Marseilles. India] Twilling: Cloth. I Apron Cheeks, ?ol11e-lic Ginghams PiiiiU, taking uf several years: together, it being will! be not but only a smallpart I j j I'll tuts, Caiupiiine. .f.
jlow ( tit'I
All who are In Arrears call and Pay I'luin and! Mixed K<*ntnrkjr Jeans. Cansimeras. Satieta. White Goods, &!., tc&o.. I m...t convenient pres'tit, bu!chell xpeusrs.p4-st (plow wh'vh C11: l b"* a>cil 'I Oils, OldM Waro" I .I I

what thev ran if it is but &) or 10 rents in the dollarletC'h.x. I = Tweeds Ch<>cta\kB and Mailtioro Stripes Farnner "irjy fit their I.re"eo', supply of S'tulcr'. j jShonh file Soap j Window (Gins. ';

'.- it T. HAYWARD 4* SON. and It'mrhcd'Fluid Bleached and Brown and Sbeet'ng Brown Shirlingo. O, n&- A LAKGE ASSORTMENT OF FALL AND) WINTER CLOTHING ; ,. m.d Swetpa: for this stock, and even knock :' Fine Tooth and lisle ManufacturBruhc : Tobacco' .

Sept 24, 1 W). 39 tf the wines i'If their' roiyLt Turcing Plow! and fix '. I I Patent 51edicineaPaini .
I kinds. Blan I
bnrgd krts.Kerfertjnf Hailrcad Blankets,!Crib Tho Latest Styles of II1TS AND CAPS for Fall and Winter' of 1859/ ; for Lbis.- I lkusles l: j Fine Havana Segsrs, II ii'I
Surgical In,trum-rts | Medicine Chests ,
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Cross-Ties Wanted.Exoixstc's : and Bed Blunkots. Gentlemen
75,000 Shawls. Yankee Notions and Crockery ; Hardware, Iron :and Rails ; I -wl: -r-'Ic! I suited: to Plantation and: Family use.
I Ivy. .:.J ...t \., I .
Ladies Gent<. ili# es.! Boys and Children Gloves of Plain and Fancy Groceries PCRE WISES S. BLAXDIKS KKOICISIL purposes. i

'1'1' "" 'IIi' all kinds, Uos.ery; and HundLerchiefa.1L ; Il\NUHE\ DISTRIBUTOR I -ALM)- .
A Large and Complete Stock of Ladies, Gents Misses: Boys and Children's! / COO OUNCES SULPH QUININE.- .r
_1 & OlUw
; : Otrict; PFK A: GA. R R. ( I I IIDD1) i io

Tallahassee, 22d :Sept, It 59. ) II
ROPO'AlSwni be re T) hoOTS: Siioi: i, CUOCKLBT t GLAS.S" ARH, ALSO A LAUGH STOCK PLANTATION;; UUSSETTS.Tlie to distributing any ___ )
15th October ,next fur furnishing Cross-Ties for GOT CLOTHIM., CABI-ETINO SAnnuar.Y.KE I ._L:\_ J..IIII.IIIIa\lUte and C.rtilz; whctl.tr fine or | SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, : t tCArv1FHENE
that portion of the P. d L; U. P. R. between Goodman's I -',- puVic would do well to examine: our stock of Goods, which we will sell upon us good term *.. any I coarse: either= in broadcast! or in drill. Any e..ltt..r

and the Suwannee Ri""4r. The Ties to be of sound } NOTIONS. Louse in the city. [Sept. 24, 1859. :89] D O. WILSON A SON.XEAP wagon: on a plantation may be readily fijcnl for this I : : ; .
,growing pine or lisbt-woixl: \ or such other timber as I ---. -- --. purpose at a tiiflii* cost. Any IlIItl'r giving It a
the Engineer may appro*.e. to be smooth!} hewn to I DRLO, XIL. GROCLRIES: fair trill: and fin-lm.! .; the above to Le not tiue will I liJROS1llE & i,A K J) OILS

a unifoiui thickness of nx inches true nn.1 l ont of TonAtx-i. ri.ARS. Liyfons, GOODS I hcve: hi* nwmey tinned. Fir uleoy! AMES 4 LIVELY

"''II'in.I I. to how eight mcl..? heart 4'n en<.h fare, to l.e One ..1 the greatest labor saving; Invcnlltca-tic Slav 14. 1S.9. 20
eight feet l long with the ti ib out .Jf i-qiure, to l loe de Fruits and Vegetables in Cans. t very tLinj farI11(1111.\\JM'I:: needed.o -- -- ---.--

Ji"f'red oil the graded wrt1*? of i'ie' nc'l in j il I.>. of ; S1t. I';. ll :,9. 39woODRUFF IN The Original Extract Quality

50 eaeb,I tiC agreed upo1 th.> work to be e"ll1fnen'e,1 immo- r"r either (>f the above Inventions, or wisluiigto; be

tliately after the wntraft n R\\'lIr.il'.t A I..JL.L\.I-I-1\.tS] J ct-Kie agents fir the sale! cf ri..ht. now haiecnoppcrtunity 1DIIEPdIIED::: 'rrl' sly l for Pndcirge.: Ice (\eam

JAMES L RANDOLPH. FROMNEWD kr great grai.v .L Cneo.! : BcnceRiciivcdlreihby :llotmgeCn-tsr't'! Pie*. ltorie.&u i :
Chief Engineer.Madi I I A !dress Rev. JAMES! PEELER.Tall AMKJ d t LIVELY.Congress .
'"n Messenger' copt:: times.Sept. I, ORT --.sl- II t ih.i scc. Fl4! >rida.My M.iy 21. 1K3.: t'l

24, 1869. 3'\-3t .\T I '!"'n. .\. J. PEELER will act as my agent at
NEW GOODS this place an-1 is nuthiiizcd) to sill Individfnl CounIT. I
3d Station Walker's Mill" Water.
RICHARDSON'SDAMASKS cr) State Rights" -r employ agents for the him.- of

"\YT "ITH a good: supply 4>f Bagging1.: : RoN Twine I the same. JAMES J:: 1'LELEK I I FRESH :SUPPLY, just reciUed end for sale!

Xa.rSEJ: : : LrN'ENS !I \' \ x.FI..l1r.. Salt, Rice. \\ Ili ki>r. Ham: Da4 I Goods of the Best Quality June 30, 1S30.: \ 31 I Ij' I A by A::l'.S ,t LIVELY.
DIAPERS, &.c. : -- - --- 1 1White
I I >4>n. Mi'Mil.lir:; Cheese, Lard. Cutter aud MPM ('..rk. May" 14,1819.:;\ 20 .
of RM'ii. CONSUMERS btaining the fjrttiiiue good should I. Tobacco. -o- AT TIlE LOWEST, CASH PRICES) I UniTel'sityofTouisiana.MEDCIL Lead.

*.ce that the articles! thry purc1ue ale sealed with I Dry Goods II -0-
the full name of tho firm. I IEI'.tRTIE\T.: : -OURI5: EXTRA An,1 I X.,. 1-Ground in pure Lin-
Assortment of iu the Trade. NOW OPEN AND SELLING received for sale
J. S. UIUIAKIKOX.: : SONS A OWl)};:';. everything i --0- .1. aced Oil, just an : by
TMHE AniJiil Ci-urseof Leetrre, in thj: Depai!- AMES &; LIVELY.
of the soundness and cf the
as a guarantee durability HARDWARE.Everthing
( i 1859. nnd PI! terminate in the M. 'h. -- ---- -
This caution is rrndeied ea.eitia11y Ma i from a needle to nn anchor. v. ensuing n
vessary IuJiHuMlt'r and band. JAMES J(> I'1.: D., Profi-ssor cf Practice defvt-tive Linens : lulling Packing I
large quantities vfitiftti.ratid; are i iprepar on Sardines Pkkled Ot biers.JJrandy Peaches -
,. d Metli<'me.
A of Barrels.LiveiMN .
l l. season after 't'ail'ltlnJ st-uled with the g > surply Cypress Syrup I I Pine aud
Pieserved lemons Apples
J. L. RIDDELL. M. D. Professor of Chfmi trr.WARIUIN I Orar-e
name of /:V/p,.. by Ir h UOUSf""ho., regardI I I ] >l and Key West S.ilt. > larntaln-le. LetrnmSyrup R.p"
less of the injury thu inflicted alike on the American All tn be /sold! at New'p4>i t pric4 for ca-h or country OF : STOXC, M. D.. l'r"f"4.r .-f Sllr;r.rv.. I Ginger, Gage : ..
/ hurry d .. d _. Pin' Apple J. .. and Ginger -
I >
and the iiianufattu.-otsof geouineGoods '; produce. I wi I buy or make adtauccs on COT. .\. 11. CI':N.t:4.\ M D. Pr ftsuorcfOltetric.! >
consumer ,
lmcon .Lrob..t.r.U.dJ..ck.
;do! RssplsrryiIt.gar.. Fresh ) .. ,
) t''III.l't TOS.I GUST V US:; A. XOTT, Itt D., Profess r of JJate- !
will n.t readily nbaivLm a so profitable
HallibLt !
while WOlthWs: purchasers chaiacter! be i"po..J on with Goods of a (|!I I Poultry.will buy Hides, Skins, Tallow, Beeswax Eggsor /I-4Fa W Se&ft@* T.mix n.: }RICllARnSOX.il.J..diel. D. Pri.fessrr cf Anatornr.. Scotch Ale.! :11I,1,I Porter.ml Shad.5.Aacorttd Pickles 4

I ALSOGEI3T IIIOIIAS HUXT, M.-D., Pr"r"'lsor of PLvsiologyand 20,000 Havana: Segars-
36 Church St., l\1I\\ York.Sept. << FOR TBEWAKULLA = <<1 Patlcl.iy.te. .

24. 1S50. Cl: 'I-Iy IRON I i E. ChI.tIl.LE.M.D.. ) Deoon-trnt.* r.n:1 t oU1Y. __May__21. 1850. 21 __
CUSTOMERS and PROMPT PAYING MEN if will exatmre Stock before
you my J"i"g Cod Liver Oil.
--- CASH The Room: (or Di geclii>;jill Lc open oa the sccI
STATE OF FLORIDA. I will alwamliuve on hand or be able to procure ,;, you Kill find that 1 am selling; goods of all kinds us I IChonp I cik-J M,>may! in O".1.r. *
at the *}rtst notice a .luck 4>f well made i THRESH: AXD ri'REof three.brat'CranJa1!
I 1.n.: Tallahassoc: : I The Faculty are Viciiiiuj PIIYlidnu.nJ Surgeons ii 1 tislslItIn4.For .
Clark .1 Co
Mills fn-ni 10 and Gin IIe<'(>iiian: 4
i I upward Segments. Sugar of the Chaiity Hospital.
I!I },I.III.t.e..te.: 1HO WOODRUFF. as they arc selling ID any city of similar advantages.MY | Ihe Students accompany dIe I rofossors iutluiri sale 1-y AMES A LIVELY.:

i N. It. Good accommodation fur Travelers STOCK IS THE LAROEST AND MOST COMPLETE I HAVE EVER OFFERED AND i \i isits! arid free of expcuse enjoy extraordinary practical Mav 21. lira.: 21

9200 B..E"VV ..A.Et.D.PDOCLAMATiON : I sept: 10, ISJ!). 3'3inNotice. EMBRACES EVERY VARIETY OF GOOD5 REQUIRED IN THIS: MARKET. advantages.Preliminary RECEIVED snrplv"IMr.. ALLEN'S.::
tOILS I Course Lectures will be d..liI JUST
-- -- -- -- --- -- I Restorer and Zilobalsamum--
ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED. ered in this Amphitheatre! tIthe Hospital.from
'. daily For sale by AMfcS:: i LIVELY..
I the 1st ol October, o\i Clinical Me.hieineaod Surgery. May 21, 189.; 21
"\\ HKIIHAS: ;inforinali.; 1m* loectt furniehed the riMIE sulciil'ir out-re for sale li- jilaee U.M'm- 500 PS. LADIES FINE DHI'SS GOODS and other subjects,without any charge! to mtudents.S _. ._

\ V excntivc Dcpuitnieut, that \\ jlJiU.l! W. AJin _L HILL" within a mile and a half of TallhA$ve, OF THK; LATEST STYLES AND BEST FABRICS. THOMAS HL'XT. M 1. D, Dcjn. Linseed Oil
*churned with tit murder of Charles P. Kerry ,i and two and a half nf 1M Air. The place contains CASSIMERES TIe Adminfoiralirsof the Charily H" rita1 lift English ,

in the County <>f Columbia is a fugitive fiom justice. S=!O acrts uf a* goed l.iu.l as is to be found within CLOTHS, TWJ'EDS. Arc., annually in April, fouitien Ittsilcut :Students::) T.ho .\ peRTiTlCLE: 1lid and raw. For sal.
Now. theirfJre, lit ord r that the Mild \Ni.lia.ii W. ; FOR CENTS AND BOYS WEAR. .
the distance of Tallahassee with GIN aremailll..iut.tbytheir.sliulloo. ,
same ; a new ::\. tie Cask: or galli n.
Adam may toe llwntlt; t.- trisl I. MADISON" S. '|I HOUSE and! SCltllW and all necessary, out buildings 3000 PAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES, AUJ ::7. l9STATE; :;3 JMay ; AMES A LIVELY.

PERRY. (io\err tftle State of Floii.l.i, do hereby and an cnfulil.g.11 of xcelltut water. The FOR LADIES. flENTS: CHILDREN AND --- -- I 21, ISitf. 21Compound
_. _____
offer thertward ofTwo Hundred dollars for the I|! SEMESTAEY" _
ll( u"e is CfiniiUMlioui and l comcnit-nt containing 12000 PAIRS FASHIONABLE CLOTHING SERy.TS'I'
*pj>rrl.enMnii! lOll .ieliverv of the said: Adauis to the I twelve rooint, wills store poems and closets etc.I ,
OF LATEST CUT FOR MEN 7"SCT iti3 tf fT "I *rf CV AT7VCtS I Gentian
t:'U-iiff..f Oolnnil.ia rouiiUMLM ''. I I I will 64.11 with the place my house and lot at jrJ js ia> \L t u :u J a vi) .J .cu 13 *3 5 J; )
- Ic1.\lr. IjOCATKU: AT 'l'.tLLtIJ.tiSon.r'qjc .
| ALSO -i i'w': .. -
high thick K-t. p.jtiare .hlxmldfred.! and would MGRO: BLANKETS: BY TilE BALE.
weigh' about on. Imii'lrcd and seventy j-ouiuls floriJcomplexion j 2.-J VALVAULR XKGROES. FINE RED AND CRIB BLANKETS I JL : ti.irl scholastic year of this, Ir-tittiti.'n will rII1ESE: IJ'TTEnS: :are :an inf.il'.ible: remedy tot
dark lIuhurll hair when t-hort. but comiiH-cce: en the first Monday: cf October uixt.C 1 ,i from 4ler )
gets 1! Terms made known ou spnieati"n.! liillou-1 ai.d all !"i.'tiMTiiiT f II-HIJ- a ne
rediah when allowed to aud culls > head LINSEYS AND FLANNELS. Delilitv. -
grow. ocr us T. W. BREVARD. condition i.f the diisSive: organ": Dyspepn.
almost tll A kink. Hewascleau rhaved. when last Sept 10. H51 37 RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS, I' MALE Dii: AUTMiT.Rev. : Liter (ron'pl.nn, Low SpmK \\...' .;.f Appetite -

ceo, aud is aUmt twenty-file err thirty years J.CESXD EMBROIDERIES.'I' Ac.: For sale: by AMES &: LIVELY.Miy21. ,
I D. McNEILL TURNER will hive of
of age. lIe has a downcast and ticious look and 100 DOZEN LINEN CAMBRIC: HANDKERCHIEFS : charge IS9.; 21
diuk blue eyes. i Wesleyan Female College. ;, this Department. and be aided! by such compctl'tt:1""ist.llt _--- .
In t'lill1onIIJwoleofr have bcreunfo set 200 DOZEN HOSIERY. teachers: not less than two. as the interests SpringSi ii.mer---

band and caused t.. IM tffixed the Great my '"I 'HC Twenty Second Annual f'uion"iU comJL HOOP SKIRTS AND COR3ETTS, ': of tie I school may from time to lime dtniaud."

1'I] Seal <.fthe M.ite .f IlorMa. D 'ne at the inence on the first Monday in October under the JACONETS AND CAMBRIC.I I! TiiitK-n fees for t;,'Mii n ...f 44 nll1hs.pd.; i GODS,1859) !
direction 4if the officers .
following : luijj. Rrading Writing, EI..na..taryrith.
Capitol in T.b1.ftssl'c.! this C2d of
A. P. 185'. day Rev. J. 11. BONN ELL. A. M. President! and Pro- :MANTLES AND SHAWLS, metic. ". ., '". ., . {10 00 -- -- -- :
tjept M. S. s'I'I-RRY.Govemor"r fccsor uf M r.il Science and) Belles Letlrits. CLOAKS AND: TALMAS. The jUwve. w itb Gcopraph,Ur.llunmr.l'rac I "\lIE are now rcevivinalar ,.-T ::: ::: -'- -

IJr the Governor-Attest : I Rev COSBY W. SMITH, A. M, Professor of Ma- BLEACHED, BROWN AND COLORED: DOMESTICS,' | tical Arithmetic loUJVotu.il! : Aiithmctie TT (; nn'tfiill "' ; j I t.r ;

I*. Vitterince: ,. thiii F. X. FOUSTER, A. M, Professor of Latiai I The above with Physical Geography Physiolopy. '
retary of Mate.: CORNICES AND CURTAINJ, .1 SU.11Jf:1 CLOTIftGentlcmfn' \ J "
:!4. H1&9. S941Independeot I Litetature.ltev. I Science' 01 things Algebraand: lilt S I
Sept Ir4'M. Jackstmiille StanJard i W. C. BASS, A. M. Prof: of Natural Science. I CARPETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Bunk Latin. . ,. . ., .. 20 00 1..0. fur -
: ii Mariana -
Patriot pubh.. 'C"r( one uiuDth. I Mcms. C. SCHWARTZ, Prof. of Modern Lansjua-; HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, I For more advanced! clashes ill Mathematics nulling goods of every t.- :J, -.

ges, 1>raw'ing and Painting. GLASS WARE AND CROCKERY. | J-angtmges and Sciences., .." . 25 00 description youths cloth : .
-- -- I P. O. GU1'TE. RUJtOER. Prof of Muiic. HATS CAPS AND UMBRELLAS i For further particulars rtferuice i is made to the recently q-
ing. ?
STATE OF FLORIDA. I Mrs. S. S. HANCOCK. Assistant! in MUllic.I published: letter of Mr. Turner.

"j-r-- I Miss M. II: CARLTON. Assistant io Literary Do WILLOW WARE AND Y.XKEOOTIO S. -0- A full supply of Black and Colored Cloths,.
...w.. partml'oL AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.IRON Dad aol Fancy Spiiug Cassi-nciV= J
I Madame S SCHWARTZ. Instructress in, Oma.I SMITH" will have .
sooPROCLAMATION:a.EVV.AR.D. NAILS AND SALT, charge of this Dei art Sill (( Marseilles Vesting
I mental Department.II. BAGGING AND ROPE. meut aided; by MRS. CASE and MISS:; W1J OY. RIIc Drab Beta .1pac| A:1Ja Glace.White .
I P. REDDING and LADY, Steward' Dtpartment. and
UV M. S. PERRY, OOVI-BXOU OF FLORIDA."TT Alphabet. Spelling Reading Elementary Arith- Duck and I'aa Linen
About Two Hundred Dollars will meet the expenses TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Brown Grey and Chick Silk mixed Spring Cvat-
IIEHEAS, inbinnatHin has, been furnished the \ > Executive that John A. Prescott j Grammar, Geography, History, Philnsophy i'lg
Depai-trcent: No extra charge for Vocal Music Frenchor
All of t manufacture
and Eli Pie.. : ALL KINDS AND VARIETIES. History of U. S, Ancient' Hi.tory, Astronomy, Algebra we are preparf >
oott chirgrd/ with the murder of William Latiu. ?? Out h .Jf nf the Tuition anil Board- I best and
1L Wngbt. in tie County of Orang are fugitives I iHijfee IR"*' be paid in adranre. FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND FISH IN CANS, I Arithmetic Science things. Composition.i Promptly' in tlc OOlt lafhi'I.alle manner:
us a
fromjuetice.ow.. tin Tefoie, lu order that the I I'I'r further particulars apply to any member of GOSHEN BUTTER AND ENGLISH! DAIRY CHEESE:, i I The tuition fees will correspond with thrive in the CALL.PRATORIUS A CL.\RK..
said John A. and Eli Preseott be brought to W C. Fae.I I ale department except tlut each pupil will be first .
may the! Faculty. BASS Sf'ol AND EVERY THING ELSE USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL.: | 28, 1859. 2*
My ;
trial 1. MADISON:: S. PERRY. Governor of fIle Macon, C... Sept. 10 1859. 373tPROCLAMATION examined and t then the charge be maJtin: accordance __ "" "
State of Florida. clo hereby= offer the reward of Two I ---- --- I with the stnihfs! to be pnrsicd.MRS. ; "
Hundred dollars for the apprehension and deliveryof Cotton and other Country ProduceTAKEN I, UROWN'S! Music !!'.on-1i are rear the DR.J.A.GRAN )

the said Presents or one hundred I for either "f 1 .tta. my and arrangements: will be made to enab'e

them to the b:>hnff! <>f Orange County.HEM I MARKET:\ PRICES, i iIN |: girl w i iahing to take lessons in nincic to do so witb- I Surgeon {,

: -John A. Prctcotl i is about 25 r-UI rf age. ', out interfering with thcj. other stu'liua.
i EXCHANGE ron (; )ODS VI Jf .*alied -'. --- -;-.
six feet two inches high. yellow hair h ; eyes sal l-I-A
low complexion front teeth l-Hi.! wei;b aUmt two I Hy :JH. S. PCRRY, -GOVERNOR OF FLORID AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. I Tlie B<:bola;; ic ycnr is divided into two sessions (>f i be happy l le'!to I 1U wnit! wil all! :. :- : ,.. _)

hundred pound : very light IcarJ'beu in conversation I 4} months each the first of whK-h will end ou IClh tbo who 4kirous o ; IL
speaks rather loud. tho General Assembly of said February: : and the. second on 1st July. 9 arc I
Casli ice Allworkionebylomhiewartanta
WHEREAS Advances Made of his '
Eli Prescott is 21 or 22 years of age. Las rather a I Resolution approved January 1Mb, on Cotton. The tuition fees: will be pail advance at theconiitinicenitiit i scrv I

boyish appearance; Lair luht, eyes blue ; nose turnedup I I 859, entitled Resolution to ol:tain the sense of the : of each session.! ( f.tn .
and very low anti sunken between tile eyes, sal | Pe"ple of Floiiila! in regard to Annexation of West! PLANTATIONS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS.IF The City Tallahassee: will pay*for each scholar give. Dr general Grant sajisfajtion. winhesIo '

ow. complexion ; is about 5 feet C or 8 inches bi10 :;\!. : Florida to the State of AIl1.ar.IA-lIirecle,1 that the whose home and place of permanent abode! is within I call the : :
testimony whereof hare hereunto set ray ; Governor shall by proclamatiou direct that a rt.hlie her borders, five dollars per setoi.ls.i to be credit,-d I Ion !ttltlcn.'C! witlitoothache -.=
those I
band and caused t.) b* affixed the Great 1: taken (.r or agaukl: the annexation cf West I'luiu.i YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AND CHEAP GOODS I II the tuition; C.eE-: the balance will! be paid by the ; suffering excellent medicine invented by him
[L. ..] Seal of too State of Florida. Done at the to Alabama : I pupiL | t
ia Tlhdinsce this nf I A'oif. 1. M. S. Each West of the Suwaunee has I Ito I 1f'I which!, wi pive immediate nl"C No pr"*),
Capitol Ibtbday tftmfvrt PERRY Governor of the CALL AT THE county tie right I once ing it ill be .. I a h.cases
September. A. I). I!8..9. I| State of Flt>;i.la. do hereby order that. the Judges of i scud!, free of tuition fees, one sel."Iar'to the male i i \ I .ithfDt
I Chronic Xenra'fic' nervous itcantii
II. $. PERKY, Governor of Fla.By i j Prohatt! for lie! several= Counties open a poll at pre. arid one to the female department, such scholars to .R an Tobacht.l
l He celebrated
t excel baa Dr. Allen's
the Qovernor-Attest : | rtucts in their respective counties in the' Renovator ao<.I Cleanser al-o being the cole

F. I.. VtiLuicrE.Secretary : by said Resolution! and make due returns I era cf their respective counties. I I 1'JII .
this Persons wi their te tlibetntifully
user *
of tititc. i I theieof to Die Secretary of thin! State. OF The distiuguu-bed ar.d gratifying eecess which has .I tA. not fail to bin give the Dr. a.
SepL17.1869. 3S-3t i lu testimony "'whereof I have hereto set my attended both Departmrnts, relives the Board of : Office.
I call. : 200 near the Post
ox ror-j
hand and caused to be affixed the .great I Education:: : of the necessity! of recommending either I OnC ciacrr.
I A line time Post Office w\ill
SELECT SCHOOL.MRS i, [us.] Seal of the State of Florida. Dune at tbeI G-oo. "Vy. Soott, :11ctsioo.September : to the public favor. The Board of Education will i et with or dropped \
m prompt
in the of I continue to eicrci constant both ItfO'lo
this a
I Capitol. city Tallahassee lat upcrvi.-ioo over ; A": U Tt'th Extracttl vithwt rein .
-.- j day of Seprember, A. D., 1859. 17. 1859. 38 i and do all in their power to make the Institution the ,r June 18, 1859. 25!

L. E. GRAN T, widow (.f the late Profes i M. S. PERRY, Governor of Florida. I - ---- ---- -- --- ------ -. pride the ornament and the blessing! of our State. .-- ',
John A. Grant, ictbrns: her grateful ac By the G< .efDllr-Attctit : --- I D. S. WALKER. !

know lodgements to her fueuds and patrons for their F. L. VILLEPIGUE: ; Secretary of State. Plantation, Negroes &c, Attachment. j Presided of the Board of Education --Blackmith-Notice.. ::

kmdness! fcince her residence in Tallahassee aol respectfully I 5jT' Commer.ial Advertiser, Marianne Patriot, I Fan. SA.LE. I In Leon Circuit Court. Amnftt. SmrorH to Sept t./ 1859.\ 36-5w .
solicits! a further share of their Petmacola Observer Tallahassee Sentinel. Independent <
ralrooasre.:3be..it I subscriber offers, at private sale his : $81.O6-Durnoes $2W.OO.Elxy I ----- -- '--- E
open Select School fur Mives, alto a few Press Jacksonville aJnd and Peninsular rpIIE .
I on Luke Jackon, together with the Jfe- Thompson ami J.ln(S. Pittman, Merchants and For Sale.A .
boys from seven to twelve ears old.at her residence copy until day of election, and forward accounts forsettlement. I I .
Ihe house formeily ocrupied by the late Dr. Auld. I groes. Stock: Provisions and Implements thereou. r partners trading and d> log business under the I I t -0 i
Also his louse bold Furniture I name, fiitu and style if'11 .t Fittma FARM of 110 acres consisting partly of Uara-
The scholastic will : orapaon ; |
year commence on the 18th Sept. 3, 1859. SCPlantation
and close 16th : I, o EO. A. CROOM. I vs. mock and partly of Pine Land, all of excellent! !
September July. I --- -
-- -- -- -- -----
Sept. 17. 1859. 38tfPlantation ; William O. lIclnu l.3. i i"TMIE quality, 8i inlea horn Madison C. II. About 20
-0-- for Sale. acres under fence. Oa the place there is a well built
Defendant and 1 all others interested beii i
TERMS FOR THE YEAR : are >- dwelling house, and all out bu '
: JiogL -
I ",IIE subscriber offers for sale tli) Plantation lying ; for Sale. JL by notified (.f the I commencement of this suit hecrssary = ** ..
Primary Class, f2\-J l'la.-a. $:ioClaN ?40.Ko n A bargain may be had if applied; far soon. Another I II
I fin niiles East ol Tallahif"'>, on the St PLANTATION six by attachment returnable to the next term of said '!
extra charge for Embroidery or French. I THE miles from Tallahassee, tract of 250 acres adjoiaiug the above,will beIOJJ i BLACKSMITH BUSI5ES* l.N ALLT
except Augustine Road known as Fauntleroy." It contains the Court>> at Tallahassee und to and plead too I THE
drawing patlerm1. Other ornamental blanches the i Riiul'ridge road, known as the Scot land appear with j it if desired. Apply to J. L. Miller. E'q .will be earned 0..ber '
usual! 1,200 acres more or 1 less, of as good land as : plantation, eotnaiiung 960 acres of land. about 6f)() : the same. R.SAUNDERS, Sheriff! ,I at Madison C. U, or to the subscriber at Tallahassee OLD STAND, by tbe undersized, wU returns

charges.Incidental ExpiTsca f 1. can be found io Leon County ; together With the Nt!. I of which are cleared having a new Dwelling and all : September 17-._l8..:.-____38-4m i! FI rida. ISAAC AULD.Sept. 1 thanks for and Ilrt a 'ctCd l n of the pubjii '
groes. Homes, Mules, Stocks of all kinds, Corn, Fodder DeeeMnry out buildings including a new Gin House, 10,1859. 37-tC' : patronage Iibers.lT : .
Pupils required to furnish their own desks! or a i 8 nte.
: !
mall table and chair. Ac.He i Screw and Negro Cabins. The tract might be adTantageously .. Runaway I I! WILSON..'

Pupils are required t.. t-e punctual in attendance, I of will also tell the undivided of half n..a.Air of tint Tract II divided. "'\ ..Y nero b'>1 UEOROE. shoot 35yea.s s, I Notice.SIX j July 1. 1 9. 30 [Sentinel copy? ;
Land East
also to at least Iwurs out f school lying two milts planted Propositions for the purchase of the whole or any ..4.\l of age atout built aDd black enmpf'C'lion! :
.1a.... kttidy two f errrj and occupied by, Fettis d Cllainl, kl\IIwn all" part will be received until the tat of December next, left uiy lIsiitaLoo OD the Jet josh, and 13 l JJius: I. Months after date I shall: present my final < JOHX I-G.U.B..ITU. W. BBETAXO JK.

No pupil receded fir 5e.. time limn half DucnriL" It cOOlllin about 2.(100 rests (st Clay Cor-j and if DOt soil Hut p'aee will be Lr rent the ensuing out. 1 think be M larking in the ucigbtx.rbood of I and vouchers to the Hon. Jud e of Pro I .. ,
a : a sea Pine land. Also the undivided half of all Ore year. For terms which be at credit lor Tallahassee the Ock.loc-k"nee the I bate of Leon a. adaainiUratpr of the Estateof
Ii con. unless b may a long : or on near place county & i.
special I 'I'II I
deduction, ngrfetncnt.IN'O iu cf illness. on the place together with the plows.' hoe!\ tc, three fourths of. the purchase, apply to m? io Talla- where J.ln W. Hate: forweilv lived. A liberal re- John S. Wilcox. deceased; late of Mid county Glbrit J"f

Payment t.a1Cin eicept fUvuica case protracted BK.V: CHAIRES, Jr. Trustee tn I Uasse GEO. -' H. MEGlJWISS I ward will be paid by the subscriber f.'r hilt appre- I tad a>k fur a tl cbar; from said; aJmutraUoo.JAMES i .& .

-' t.t l.> 1 'a. ..- : ; RIII. C. and Octavia: Chairea. Agent of Mrs. S. A. BLTTOX.Sept h 1 Iet.lat. COP! -;.>,pt 1 ;9. CCtf: JO, 1839. 37-Sm: Muxj.-uiif, Lq-t 17,1S53. 3 -a" I S1't. 10, IE'.'. ST-tQ: Jslj 2: lit). 1J( -



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,. The Floridian & Journal IRON HOOFS AND TIES I SINGLE NUM6ERLOri'ERIES! ; Dealers In Drugs, Medicines, &\:
I.uUhed every SATURDAY lyI FOR COTTON DALES. TUSTreceiVrdfrcniNtw Yrkr>"lark R. U. Ojj .
: ACTfKEllOKl'oMEn.TlN AM'bllt (l.'lI.UTJr.tp lOT TIlE STATE OP CLOEUA.) j I'J bte.;* geiifTfll anitrnent cf articli* in rnrlii
IAMCSS. JONES & CHAS. g. DYI\I. M f.\M'l : : k \ For Vie cur. of D! ptyita. Indigft'io ya>t ea.JTatulfnej .
I : IKOVABK : UITAII. I -d.- ,. in... nf Af-petitf, or till" Ui0..5 -- i such as Oil of almost every kind .Burning Fn i.
I am.cm. ia a l 'ancc.TERMS 'nOLSLr /VcC cctitfjttrj jcrcctiil i Comnluntt ariiin i from it ,,,),'fiJ inietiot White Lead, Tluc and other piiuts. U .., Ole.. i
At Two DOLL* $ per PLAIN F\ cv AM J.\ % l lit > of tfa Stotnatk or A.trrefr. rmlu, ay Crjmft ( Piize! 850f 3 .
D'\u:1 I.N : : : I > *1J t/tan *in ycntery. Colic, C'Ao/cni JL'orln; :J.i.. Capital best nrah'y.! Puttv. r.r.\ b. Polish. S. .la- J-p'I.: : ''JI
t ADVnnTISINO. W.UE. i -- _. -.---- I Gelati" I"n.I.1 3Irtrd. French ll11n.ly: f y.\ .
1 J V M-Uiii. (lie. { Irrnov
A til* cut e dtatatp-s t> : In view of the fact that member of
I 'One tqnar o! 1 2 liu".r I le II. tint itis rtoa. f I (iOU I t'e"Ifut"Q'HH1 rl's. I I I"p"1Oamlltt'I:: ; III r'rl-I\dir; ; l't"nl': ... ; (lIe human family i<. more or every Us* MI?>I< tied to TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS (fir meflinr: pur jnes, Spu-en. PeprInkiiiiiir n.ncp: -
Z fiTJrtifcssioualaa I -.--- -----.-- .. 1'irrviaii Hark. Fluid l E'1trl I I" .1.,
rach euliw qwnt ; SPLENDID assortmont : PerW will Ir '..ip'lnd, 1111 t it I ins !. \H* II r.r"pteellu' I some of the above ce>ni ,laints. ta-ii.e! innunorubla -
.. Car,11I l insetted at fIll i .rCldrj. | : I Ac- te, au l a general "...rtnlt nt nr r.I'u'' t I. .
1 J Ua iae peltnouin. irrt : tLere EDDY 1 "
: : :\ nndVtwd St n e*. 'it'u ;fan CIit't. In lie H..tr.t) lip M* iscnov ; other condition ill i.fe. which WOOD, $; CO., Managers, .
t.itH wltl Medic!i We ki Lnt _
i nr4. p o r C t'a "r: I .. ,
{ .I dun.l : at reduced pikio.. %5i'' 1 .wlwlr.,1'! I.. "' n ftr I e ni.-p'.u: by the *sMiaUtni--i .1 !hittl- !hiltIa ledge or '
RnrU,1 1 with br o|I 'i \ Successors (ft. S. MVAN A; CO. Lop, lo laent patrmlli'ge.
t.r.t I,. I" jour
Adrcrtkenw8t' 1\r l \ I r>f- iI' the So''I'1 1'iti. e .t linn tl! exercise of co-i.mon M'nv?, th\ ir.'ij able
willl ie cou'inud until (furbt.l and d.ar:e.i. ; Out Ii'c ;' \VoiK.n .. .. ..ll : "Iaj ii\! i i and with MILES 5AS11 I Ii
ihv.tHni ii:: : ('a.t-> f i it:< ii I.u. c< n< "| t -d ; i.L ; eo to regulate: their habits of diet
SfluRie beelraanbv Worm
kcc"rdinclv.f (.>fiiiC'. Ornamental! Fror.i IICIe. (lutteiincr( ('oprer IM' flat) toIJ""liC1' i ii. r. niecr- rPIIC 1KDBT followiig' w1;i: March ?.I. lt6' laBLACKSMITHING
.! Co, Manager of the Academy i .'
rCertiSeateii of publicutum of le. i. or ".tat. i .nd Tn C"nchJ.tin Pip-", Shevt Lead. Sh"*' j .... Pit tie Lii;ft in N O. tie it lie |'f.-.I. manent health. In order to accomplish this l'ltrl: -
in each: umlwr L..tte-
f"tlill Dot be given uutillbe aJvcitibing fee u ,j Zinc. I. Pipe Patent Cistern Pamj. Shop win' | tine over n>| e. 'J I tiC Kasfiimii I ron l!.n paui Tie !i. r de-sirwl object. the true course to pursue ia.certainly 1.lIt'IY.. o : nr Single : !
I.fl.II f r September, 1 339.it A ugrista.Georgia, in pub-
SlJ ; of i ty done at short notice. il. .t .1 1 .1, 11.. ', nnd io that which will produce natural
i | I e'eryal il.r. 14 -. "--.------ -. rily Cuiiuny Irtlgiue inh.j! !cit i (. AI (he Cit tl.a* it II f.clI.1! fttr Knur I X elite of things at the li'if-t hazard of vital .1 altlla .
nnt and life for tl.i"ond Dr Hosteller td t /Vu/r .*>'.//. i- .mi < .',/"'," 8: IS5'I. m'n. : 'p..Htlllb..p lit
Railroad ri t.l.t'f'ml..iue I h.- tt-rt nirrt: in 5iu'iijiit'.tiiJ : .', strength : / /
Acres jnin 1 pre
call the :
: 250,000 Are re'lerruly ilvil.J0{ e me a \'foll f.lrdl -. ficil f of .1 It has: iiitrtkluced tu tin* ci.'iiitry: a preparation fJI.oia S7 J>'.t>r* *otImdt-i'I.i b<} ""lr \I'. IS.I.I : came i.idiigiiih Mr.Kehuam'sCar'taj-
) <> pLcatioit[ .jiv 0-tie < 1 .ua> c. liace Si. ,. .ite the h. all
> ki-i
pp Exchange, 1\ r*
: called IIOSTETTER-S STOMACH I loss : J.'rairs :t1"I.-.I"JI.. SJ.taimi' I". ifIt'.
Lands for Sale. Jf N. B. Ail artieei'! tianufactucd frcrn the \*rttxt i. S. l"foP.III'(1 .u tit If (juirc 11" cloi.gc tOt S.efl(1CCsin ( .. .. of Black.t milling will be done with nealuers midespatch.
CI.:9 ]
BITTERS which at this day n not a new : t j-ll.t as-J-j.. f.'rllx. 2t. IS.
.'. Tin .I.Th4ti. the !
i only rrutt.inlzig i1J.r\ly .
material and warranted durable. NoctLerartIcwill He can refer with confid. ti 'I +.
.U composed ef, UK alttinaic f-f tl.e l lbrd .i'id. medicine, but one that haj bi-en tiled for .
I riTIHCSE .u are be offered for bale. t.t frll I ox THE I'EiRF: ; >/.\ <7.J.JT"XCJfJERS. wit,. Lays ratruuized! Lieu I..rf'hr..rl f'tle.-b-.r,1- ,
sa'i faction all who have
> tt
& I arc. giving
i .L ti.u"0(1 either M.le' of the PenracoLi Georgia October SO. 1863. 42 I TLiIH.-P! nrent. of:\JIY leitjrth frc mulit to ten i !Jised o f 1:" Tti.it FRANCIS PAN rJaiuurx
1. I'loIIJ.f"'n'J 'Ii) ''he Unit.ISute* and SLatw.f I I __ I feet nnd a fu:! tru.iriiiitte. Kiten that neither the Ti i ii.or II it. The Hators; operate powei fully upon t S. l:CS. 2tfP.B.BXtOKAW'S. .
I I'lori,U to aid III l,u:l';in,? this ..a.1. TllClfle n.w of. Httf-p. rlIl] breaV. And (ui il-t. thut nil ci-ttoi tile stomach bowels and liver, re"tonuff 50,000 Tickets i _

i t". ri"l ore l-'.,:..,l ..u that part ol the line E'1IfoJi':1:j Liver and Sale Stable. iMMihd in t'!.mi f
fo.rt; TuiULa.Mx- to AUigator;: a di!taLce .f 105u : at the Oilcans JV.. as ropeUnud otton. The bj nimple proci>s strengtheningnature '
Mo. .f tIei. te in the v"i.ltyof: Im.1 1 *..'ti -tft 1'1 1 .rijnedgiT"* iio'S i ijtit i I ale the Ii enable the sjUm to Uiumph over I KEAM.T oxr.: PKIZE TO EVEI.T: M:;: "H'1JITI !
t :c t < \1r':1 ,.'- ti..1' 1.0 lui* pur ZLrfNJ | jo i* nlxiLt SJM as > pc, not OLIIH .Ii#t.loe. Diarrhoea or flux, so LIVERY AKD SALE STABLES
f the Si watire I llt' .r. Tiny) t-iiiUnce tvny ".U i iL ihawdthe Liv.ry btablei.fjG.ZjLiamll ,: ,i.iid tin re or lita.To genwilly contracted dysentery by new settler and I d1CLsy1CEVI' SIIE.IZE! .

ctv of toll fr-tn 1 ind uitabl merely f.>r truW-r ai-d % NcWponi. ill 'I 1 .."..!.!--...... in:vthfi} with the: show the cpinii-n Ship Mastus lave of it. wi caused principally by the dUln e of water SEPTEMBER!JI TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.

1 naval: al *'t"*. t.1 tI.L 111! M valuable diiii, >tjuii lor iLo ..,'vi'l ol the efUblisIniM! i.t. and tl.it I l.v i. lOW l IInd SI. Cotton '- | Prize f. .t O.f\fJO 1 Piizesof. .$1500( I
b'.1 U :
production &ea .Ir. prtpau.I (. carry on ii.. UH-UHF: III a!!! Us i raiuhe'. w r I.uI \'i : biuf use of this I.tratitn. Dyspepsia, f-_ fmmrnhisfrientlaanlthe' /t-i'
r KK e. Cora ToOwx-o IInJ other iiciiltural r"I,,c'!1 arid l pr_

I I < f Florida. A I**at f.,.portioo nte $pine luii!* lundon ? ,, lu Ins hue uu Ii4ti-oi.be! (i-tiC. cotton rvn.l.r..11 wiiii; I'csfUiari' c.. Iron llpi ,'II 'n Liken in all its various foiins. than 1" 10.0CO liD . RIO arjre 1'iiek hlal'Ks. at tLe old stand arnl i< 41prtpurel .:

$ clay 'with derse and large fer.'*t growth, ti-en.U IlnUi .n--'VII:8.: sod TI.. Ltrttiy ree .iusiifiid the eonie. The laitii any other; the cause of hich may always I" 6.000 100 r.oo' to acc,'ff
;1m,: itccb tbc l-o-t poe: lie! ef Iakr county. Georgin. Se|". 6, lSZ6BLItCKSMITJIING?{, i I brin'j \\:1!l ctiuiprrMttl. and )II.] .. liit.ie or 1(101" be attributed to deranijemen'g of' tLe diges. I 1" 41X.O JOO 150 He nlso has attached t mm hi* Stables, a jr.,ii. Marl:

with tie diffen ne m lu..irfu\or tl It dim te :i ".-" -r tr..Luu whoa l.rutru! dn! uuui the SLij,' bold,, tive ,'r \M. can be cured without fail byufchi 1" :.utt : 10" . toot niiith hop.\'I"1f'r. willhave l-ave (blneah) kimi ..t f

and |Tfli.HO't! w the *u.. xaru rcjke them ...IIIin.I,1ylJa.itrd .-r wl l.tii h\\.,: :: IIOSTETIEK'S STOMACH BIT- t ..hre.witali.ei p..g. Plantati'-n "" '11. llorfr shoeing,aud C rr lgrwlr. ...1the
for lie pn-docthw c/f Sea Ixlauii Cotton aiM : L. L. C M .s EUS dirictionn on the bottle. For l< manner and with ,
C.-ixVy j.t SLip Da\'cqJorl.| as j pet very e-> picmpt'"is anti I.
Su"ar. The be'bt rtcoturucndatiou ()If th...: :tsii' will C I'IIE it ::WHll1m( ;i f'I'IIIJU..- t. A Iol.iieoi! A':,.!rul, tli.-i; di*
a. $ .bcfiuu.l) in the crops of ct-rn. uzar caue, l"f.g and .W.i; I ti"t' thl I lie, h: i.petieil.ja.ttLACKSMlIit II.f-7 1 J::11I:'* Toiua, Hem Bitter of some kind then why not I I 4 :00" 20WJO 1,2..0 X..mt.t'f 5. IS3. 44

r .khortUp! cotton uowgniwinj on them and adji ShOP t tillII-V'; I. A. TeiLt. liar.:... 1.,t.i use an article ktiovin to be infulliMelEvery t. :30"" ItJ.OfJO. 1.1'1 41 .- -

: cent and tiu.ir 1.t1dll.I"1.i h lbie wubiiif: to pureUk CoIIII.t-ctiIHI \ib: his U\"EIU' STAILIS: vhrie. Le will i Jbu Dean. James }'Iit.t, country Im'e their Bitters a* a proveuUtt I 1. If- 223 .C1t.. talNII Buggies, and Harness.

'e ore requested to call anj xaminc. The! |,ur- have done all i..iLoJ" of : .>tK-n and Carnage \\01 k. Jlit C. \\ i':.. Mulhouss. (If J.ita-e. a-id Rtrtngthcmng ot 4 iOO t.Oo3 NJH1"

A chasers wil! .nve acces.ta bi"tu the Gulf and Atlatitil -.\ LSOSaOEIVG II. K.U"| | ,.l.ht.! Ella .\. Clack, the t-j-htein in g-iicnl an.1 among them all I 150 II" 'VUlJ" Gio For Sale I by P. D. Brokaw.Tiibtr .

r put of Fl-trida. to \bi..b our toaJsare IM>W buit -. __ L P. l'liil.It Bait K-mb.il'; !. there is hut tu be found a more healthy 4 tt)0 1-'W" .HlII > ,','HE SU ha" jn,.t receiver :
3 aJ tit c.'ipetii4i! i f the nl1n.'l lu tl I.e \"C'ry Wet mairer; i.le than the Ui'rinans, from whom this !1 ,(0 |*ize. wl *0 tie.i ._ . .. .. .hf.I\J1I .1. pr .
\ auJ lung ('X"I.ei. on \ I 'I Le pJK-v f IIp and lies at N. O. is C re tilsper pf" f ; very anre supply Carnage.jLBuree
CUHIM.-C U"H e>f the P" n jcuU L Georgia lloud w ilL the t\r( and will use ev try endeavor! to have wick i | tiid.: l.berul eliduc'ieu! londe tu ldcl.ar.tl'i |T
1 t MaiuTiuuk r u
., these laad will I* in ten Lours travtl of Savji.nxh. I I L. BUOKAW. ,i tt( -tti.. b) 1-. UI.L:11 1:1:, llie ..1e''iJl"r this great preparation in the I UnoiE TsctrnilO; HALVM t 5. (.ABTKK $2*. November IS. IS:I. 46
January 1. 1 f i?. I I medical .le of .
travel f both sticuoe.FEVER
ill aL..ut1 hour < -- -- --- -- -- --- --
They ure at pres-at I 12J Ciiniioerci.il Place A ett.Xw --
acd nnah bv t'amer to lerDai Chsrlcttoa tii'%: < Oilcan*. June 1 ll.'i9.] It-Cm I t gAN INDIAN Dor
thence t Iv ftuilroad. ie. to Alligator. lhe"clanJi i Broome & Thompson ,I:I "___- _- __ -- AND AGUE. u drawn knJ payable in full: xvitkout de- I TOl; INCAS BRANT. sLit. a

t were irr' Jntetl fur lUiiioad PU'IN'.e. cud thepiocecdsof II I DENTISTRY. TLij trying CCI! provoking discue. wch: fixe (U* eluettuii.Certi.1.. : CURED. Misci.-iiflir among the' Indian' .t

the *ad.) ( are to lx pplud! to the p-ir- FcJ..n.nn.din.a., 1a.0 irlcLtltrsj grisp on tie to.l(> uf man icilucirj L.n lo -:' 'r.- : tie, Rocky Xl'iuiit.-iiiia, eiihovvereiif
_ _ )
the road 'a.lc.l. f 1'.t.agt.it: Lv !U at tL. fwluw
f already
1 chaof ; KAKEPLAXT'lll"r
"r f ,and
} ; a lucre 'iajj'! iu a tort( spv.t e> lime remlerinf ron* tuu
ft wLib i it ill rapid prcpew fit completion.To I 9- 'lIE unIereneIhareforined a c..psitm>rnpi. ] Lira |l.jnIuJly *uJ ueiitally! useless can tc dr'rated rad-s whieh H the n'k : "OX:5 t\II"'OX a mU] cure for C.umrMMCr .

_ __ .-Beit tLis otjee-t. (the 1'cl.e..1. ir.*..> |*utnptaB i uiMlei tie, nime of BKOOML J; TlIOJJl'bON, .,..1 dnrcii from the.tyj the Use of J10STETTLK'311ENOH Certuicates lij I'aei: g' of 10 Whole 1 ck..tce. .;.SO'I ':|' i4.lotl" ",. Lu-r C. ap8int
dera'! aiul I intitithe i me.'uteatteu' I !II' Half .40 C0CED. .Nervi-ua AI. ..
are tor the transaction of aGEXLRAL : LD BITTi.KS. Further any of tile above j jI .a".I'.t.!} ,
-. two of all |*T OI;$ wi-l'Lg -h pr"fitv and pJitM-u-I itv.cj diseases can not be omtractej when exposed U I ,. )>, IjiurtiT :20 I Ce>ld., :!. H.I in g ''.* rrnde hm
intih'ilt.al.! l CIIIIJ'liUi '* *!e Iiou* ef puchasir .* 10 tot-Situ 10 ant :ir..1 l 'lms"
t'! laity au> any ordinary conJ.tioiu; pruitunni; th-m. if the Bitterss.re CONSUMPTION f"llbr!; r '" : *,
e ? in large! quaj/iti. : m the cit\ of Fernaodma. They will give pt >mpt I I used u per: ::\ou- And ai it neither create* ----es>--s----- .1 I > n *e:id ine pri">,'nl't''n it J

TE -die thin I cash soil the balance in cx.e nttt.i'.i'-n tit tie, sal. or fhijinient of CoJltOIlIl.j otlxrproduce D H. T. J. CUR LEE causes ncr offends the palate,and reiulenng anneccary *- SPARTA AOEMOlciiso\ ) LOTTEnr{ : CURED.tilIeCtllns fir prcp.iriii "he met

1 anJ11'' jnr* 'ruu vigLt i er "tift. iuteictt. paLectmualU I aJ.m make liberal advances on consign "% X'Ol'LD: I hisriatfful ry change of diet or interruption to muni fluita. > fine fft t>tliargt ti> all ,ho I i.
rtuin UI'I..wlt'.Ij.im..tI"to
I ( W a.)<'jtxo.Settlor rnent for tale! here or for thipiuetit to their fi ICIHS! >u .but proiiH.tej sound sleep] acd healthy digestion, 3500. S1.O, ; sire It. and will send t" his at'
I oulhem and Mid-
I I ? I the niiz.ns j.1 l > .i.i,
4 .4i tWe} :Uod are requestrtl to make iraistiwtte & raflWi, Clurlctlon .V. YorL or Liverpool.I die and ::: rloiija. (tor the teiy lil tI..1 jkitronu I. the coaipUint( b 4hiu removed Ai Speedily a* Is conlci.t Draws n.'cllllsdl.l/, .Vf/tfrrefov: :'*!7', I 1S."D.ONTIIKTMUr.K J. ; CONSUMPTION enclosing two stamps ((6 ..nl'.\ to
.-rition I.I..urr! fit TJlli"! :$ee. the, letter tilth
tome return UCURED.
p; I siLts the of a Uiorcnjh suit permanent pay a <
n-ceived from them the t five six i prptlucuon
dulitIg or ear"
They will iM-,ia'e la the piineip.il niarkrUcfllie p.i )
,--\LT ILnry.x.g"llt i : their The)
lie will cotifniie! the ractue if the alton j'rofeseion "ure.For : : NUJfKr.il: I'LAX.7S wrpl.II..C yinptonu.
.\ ..11. i Gto. R U C. L'liited: States, the! sale c f Bt nd* Ubued by the Stateby I I Old Doc'nr lu" rured. more tlcn3l :
31GasPROSSEIPS I the several U-iilroad Cf>ir.pa!.::',-bv tl I c com in Itl "" actions of country. and has made such Persons in advanced years .,
1653 00 of >ttvn alon.
I July 80. __ _. with in.ii.ua.tunr* of DeLtal Mateiia Xumbess Drawn IJ.ilIots.Netrly COXSUa"fIO c *r Ctmf ,
__ ,. tlea. or incorporated towns and otl'r goid fe uii- arrangements < I Who are suSemg from an enfcsMcd constitution and stilt lftfft M afflicted; people, 'I.J
PATENT ties, anJ vrill rectire nnd ei'cei.te oiders f. r ;imei Noiih. a* to enable him to put up[ JILL rttts of I iufirm Uxly. these Crt-r. are t""alu,1le as a restoraIie .- -- avail tlu-infelve of .

m<'Lt iu he :!. They will altiud to thi? j'uuLj I titth, iu nny of the popul.tr modes, nt fitn.JIy to of stren lh aL.l vi;ur, aud needs ouly to U tried oael'rizrioez-cry lm 'l cXcs. CURED.Carriages. a tilt Doctor wi-hei 1'1'00111"t | do ant !1
LAP-"V.TELDED ty > >>
or etle of one /,iiW ,1..I1.r.l lc.* than i ij usually charged for to be i..recm.e.l.| A.ij to a inciter whi'e! nursing, I t tic good he cnn lefore 'lie dies.
IRON BOILER TUBES. the same in the, South ; (he lII"IWI'i"Ilat he "IIYS.) soil 'I byte mUm Iiidseoiit; esjecully here the -
are 1 CR1XO PRIZE OF CONSUMPTION Address all Tellers to
; --. .- ,: guarantees them to be as I'L CABLE, \LTIIIL mother coui Liiuet U Ilia.kfU&te to the demands DANIELADEECURED.

; 1'1't.1l\. :.1! lidc r.eces ar\' to DRILL: the 1TLE fir in any town or count iu tl;e MtdUe L' it .
Prizes of . Pi izes f .
H 2.000 10 GO.te. )
in tho .t"tr' Jf.i.4Sf. Those m need of his ft'r\'lCC. cm. bv dropping a J e
t \1j\: I'LAIba Mud to SET 11m TUBES : & Pisrtsrq I'ereu..Iiahgeii.1iT.rop.lty arid here it u nhere a Rood t"nic. Inch a.1 lloetetteruBtr.lscli Who is his sold agent
f_ b.bln.annc'r. I for nl..m
,$ Tut* CLUAXEHS Stetl Wir and Whalebone with accurate r'i-cnpt,s of ql1ait.I.Jeati"n. ini- i have the. work done, and time to teat it btfive I'IIYJ J ...vigor to the ..,.!". Luliea should by all mean CI.J1.J PRKICd AMOUNTING. TO j5.;7.' C2tIu 1 1"IIHU

BhUSHCS. .'. terms. ilc, wit!. the iiain of some (op. fir it. -' -" -- '
-t iriiYoiiettt8. pi try tiui: reicetly fur al! cain cf ileMlity and before K> Notice.ALL
c Tube. l<.r / nE WELLS .e Screwed : pel"1 whO will low the piopt-rtv tin both sides with cither We will attctid to the et-tieo.-itofch.insaain.4( : 25. 1858 Jii I / / persons having claims against the Ertatiof
tget1iei..b-b or a iO tile jtues: of UV Hitters will recouuiiend their Tickets enclose! the
t outuJaoriuside.TUOilAS. Cups : the F\det 1'1 l .'r State Govtinrnei.t* f.r Mricts or oas in at eaaea of weakness. ordering or Certificates Beazhy. cf Jefferson conntr, deceit
t' PROSSCR A SON. kl bslitnt durirs tie rccotit Iu.'ian War. .A.G-ErJCY. money to our ad lre s fur the Ticket tirdered nn reCeipt cd. whether as creelitom, legntrep. or riUtfil.utr. ,ai e.
< the
.rUTWWecauti.'n( public against of which will be forwarded fist mail
tl.oy by
28 1JattStrecewYoik. In addition to their \miniiijon DrpaitiueLt, the II required to prf.ent (their deniamN, ill due (.rm. :'*
I using any eif the nnny unitnt-ona: or coua PurehneH can have tlt .tta ending in figure they
t.; : r AUJ. >, 1S59. :I-Zr uudtrsigii l bate putck-ised tho e.til! Eank of Columbus, Ga. t'rr"lhl. but ask for llenTtrrrit's CiLtnaATEDSrovACii mav d.-sinate. any the und!r"tgn -d Executor the last Will and test.

i i -- --. -- -- --- STOCK .'f GOODS; (;, I'rrM. : I'ITTIK.. nnd see that each bottle 'he List of Dn-vn NnmlieM and Piizes will be mentcf sud deceased within two years from th.*

% ii For Sale- !- tu which they will! make lar<.e aJdilion-i at an earlyday. II Cash Capital l. $100,000 CO. tills the" \rerd I)*. J. HoiletUr's Stomach sent to purchasers i-unif "II..t..ul! hand litt-: re blown nn the side of the bottle, and : Pnrchaseis will write
tj VALrATILE WATEU-POWER SAW MILL. 1'Lt'Y111 keep } ou an exleu- -0--- C3T": please I ately. JAMES S. EUST Ei'tr.

fI i A (cri.tIiI1attachcd.witb6oo.ra! ) Pile, IAnJ.I I alec nu-1 \ aouited Stuck ot I r l'II E above Ajcncy will lit ALL times l l.e supplied fl-iinptd. and on l. erte tie! that nutallie our Cp auu>covering.h thacii.k plain and give 'heir Poet Office, Oounty an.! State. I July 2. 1669. 27-; n

t Tie Mill is .i l..lI I. graj signs 13?" All Prizes of ?l,000) and un" r. paid I i hJ

2 mite. fiom Station Nu. 2, I'tI Oeo. Harms I Also, (ti Colunibiis and Apalm'L ((,la. hills di.coiintid diaiely. after the dran'irg-other puze* at the uol.1
It (Jrocoiies
Li- Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE
adIler3 am ?, (
d sad salt! IIOSTETTER 4
Prc : by time of .
vt It t 1 file from call toad. at current rates. Gold Coiu for f>a1o.Oflice part thirty days.

1 pi jP- I For It ant( .-r illt.1 iniaii-m apply to the nodiXMpHxlD quore .xrt'Jh-d,) 1'ioiis'ons i PlantaUen (up 6t&ir.) ortr the Store of T. L. Bettn, SJIITII, I'ittsUr; ; I'd., and sold by all l'iOTln: TO CORKF.srONDEXTS I IThose" OF FLORIDA, )

I : ( tbc pnulull'e or l> leHu..dlua tt lItiJs.IJII"*, \\ i.ido\\s Ktq.: ). P. ELLIS Agent. I>rc:!:*N, proffrs, end dealers generally I County i f Leon. J
) C. C. IIYRD..t and oiln-r iiu.lJing: Matorials : ullahassce, Dee. 1858. 4'Jn. ho prefer not stiding money by mail can TETHRO BRADLEY administrator cf the estate
Tirorzhcat tbc nltcd States: (::3da Sooth
4 ; ue tfir Ailain Efj-rti.* CvmfMiiy, whereby money !
Milt -- -- -- n -- rj of Bennett Bradley, Lite of .o county, deeea
.t 1 l.ai"J' ..1i l'un.ilurc.lron. iucriea and Germany. for ickcta. in sums ol ?H, and upwards, can be rent ; f
A Card !
3. eli. having: filed) in the Probate ffiee ofai< count a
I : SItfmtr iGIn IlaidwareanJ Cutleiv: '. Casting anJ a at ri-k anl from
i j -- greataiict -0-- SCOVIL. & MEAD us our expense, any city rr town I written gf'i'Ii..n that he believes the estate of (the i

: i : Notice.: \' \ of other! nrlic!('!. I : L. T. U L .\ K 1 M.U' OUMI, Iltiolrsule ,* ., where they have an otiice." The money and order 1 said Bennett Bradley to be insolvent therefore liotK e
must be enclosed w Covet Post Office
AD i f which they will fell at \\ )li.UsJc or Retail \ Agcut. a is hereby given to all having claim aam: *

*4 a i ALL j er/oa.* ling claim 1 dntdi.di opouet.1 fur CASH Country 1'ruducr. or s
'ftate of J. I. I.Green, late of. Crptwiccs, tit pi ice* that will compare (ar\"oflll ar-j'! TALL VII A >SIE, '..\., <'O., and MLS A LJJ.I.l. Tcllahauee, receive them.All I of Probate of said county, on or before the 2d i(sy <.f
I 1 r Ix.on county vre notified to prtfd.t: them l. the tinWercigned i ,lib tVs f ill the: South.Ve iuite I''loriela. eommnr.ic.1tionsl'trie.t1y confidential. .
( any city lie emiccs to net a* AUJM for January next \Jell there will be a pro rats di-triti'
witliin the time J,rt . IS:!. 15-ly Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to 'I
tour < j : to enter land iu the State Land Offi.. tion of said estate amongst the creditor of aid e ta'd
notice will) be plead in bar of their rte"ve-r\' ; and ail 1 1l i: iiuooMi:, and "IUaU.I,1 to anv buttress, in any of the State - -- -- ---- -- WOOD EDDY & CO, Augusta Georgia. j i D.V.. QWYNN. Judge of 1'robhte.

,: j>er oi.* tudcUcd are requested to make luuneJiateJIHJfjCCt i 1;. w. Tiiu.Mi .:>. Ol cis tt the Capttof Chnrea rea ouatle: and ill Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. or, WOOD EDDY it CO.. Atlanta Georgia. 'i July I, 1859. 27-Cm

: ELCY mmEdW'L- r lruarr 1 9. 18:.' 8-1 y pr< portion to the time and labor; U stowed.Map or, WOOD EDDY A CO. Wilmington Del.tTtr | -
1t I of Town.biVr| f Si"wi\xrK RIME, RAIL-ROADS.\ ) I Insolvent Estate Notice.
S pt. 1C. 1653. :.-sw A liit of the numbers that are drawn from ,
Southern iruislu-d at from two to five dollars eliehinaJvcllee.
riov. Corn
!ti ._- >, bhcjlcrs.c. ; 9 the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each STATE OF FLORIDA)
: .I1EJICAL1O1LUE.I A. F. \IA YIIEn & CO., : JaceoyihI.59.! ___ e_ f 'bt1. one is entitled 1 to. will be published after every drawinjj Leon County. }f

-0- ill the following ropers: Augusta (fJe..) Con- JEFFCOAT. administrator of the estate.
: o. 54 vi.siSTKIET, i HOTEL( ) I nitutionaln. Mobile Register, Nashville Gazette JB. A.ShulerhtmteofLeoneountydecexaetthaoiimgfikd
i. T.\U.Un..J. S. I10ND. i M.1VOK1 tITV.VI' 0Change -
!I I Richnioml Dispitch Pauldiu (Miss ) Clarion Ne'*
: in the Probate office of said county a vntttnsuggestion
Drs. Taylor & Bond :. M
._ Merchants au.l Deaers! ill AGRKTLTIBALlarLtmNTi ; C. II. I-IsJI: !! ::It, Proprietor.AprilO --0- Nov. 14. 1857. 46-ly to be insolvent therefore notice id hereby

,. o HAVE BE OLiiteil ill the, j.rattitei.fMediciue. Of that they are still MANIFACTIBISO all ; 1S59 I epartment hating ordered a daily n1iill4'r- __ : given to all persons having claims against '11,1 t..t.te

I I tr at the OLD STAND II hr.Ta\W.. klml ..f Iwlli Metl ana Iron feotriiFRX PLOWS PLOW I _. : : __ 15-ly __ THE b.-tweHi Tallahassee! and Wa1.tor'" Mill. SUPEIUOIIBURNING I to appear and file the same witb the Judge of Pro

Tll.LuSe. IVbiuary 1:I!! t CAfcTIXb, Coca Su.LLEKS. GktlX CBAD..E4 nAT alil I SYRUP & PORK the Tiam ill run on and uUer the irs of Junuin, FLUID !. bate of aid county on .r before the 6th of February
STALK CITTEBS. *. 1809 as follows: next, when (litrewit! be a pro rata distribution "f
; !;, ; Jut Received i iBy &/101| CANAL UAKROWS (JIN OL.VR. SEOVLNT CASTINGS, I 'BARllELS s.I.oyVVat On the Pen. c- Ceo. Railroad : WARRANTED F11E&1I. For sale at the Diufj I said estate among the creditors of said; ettnle.

t A.:. &. .-\ntfI\| f.rthe SutniiiRX "IlAI'E. AUo I Leave Tallahassee daily at.-1 T. Jf. BARNARD. D. \V. OWYNN. Judge of Probate
I 's1 S1cnC: un han.l all kind of ARKICI tit t. i A>D HORTKLITtKAL January I, 1850 1FISK'S Au 13.1S59. 336mExecutors I
AND Arrive at Walker) Mill bj .S.30 P. }1.J.l.e ___ ?
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t < Walker's Mill at..8 A. ).
0 G1 daily
r lAl.J ". Siigu.. Cc. lc., \hkh ne ..11 nt I.OVElt) rnicijt than any : 3.A.TL' PATENT MLTALICBURIAL i Noiice.Vf"OTICE i
\ : Arrive Tallahassee by . . 9.SO) ) A.M. .
14 U.U. Dried Ecef. othtr house in the United Stutte. We h.iTe a Ie- -
it LKl*. Lard, : tcrijitiveM .ltt>.ile Priced CataUiguf,which we will pLEXTl1Rood SYUUP and PORK RAKRii Connecting Walker's Mill nitb P*t Coaches via (;CASES i i M hereby given to all persona having
j_ fir ale here ALSo---.ar. or tine Key AVeet
{- 4 3Tieroi.sllanis, j jID furii:li on pp'icaton by mail or llher\\itie. All Iol.llct'lo to Albany every evening of the week excepting .1\__ claims or demands against the estate of DavidF.

\ ; Coffee. Gouds warranted to I* as n-jircscuted I SALT at LADDS Newport Fla. ; Sunday, and twice a week connecting with unIt deet"ued.late of Leon county whether as

10 SacK Cld.1 Bacon A. ).'. MAU1EK A CO. NOT.!O.:-1R5S_ ___n 47_ --- ____ Coaches rumiTug to Ma-hson.; Alligator, Baldwin! and creditors, legatees ol di'tnbotccs, to present tie
: : S
L 1 Cheap tor cakAug. R. A. SLIISE, JB.W3I. S n.l! for oar Trice List. No. 54 V se\ St X. V.Sucrettfori Guns Guns Guns I Jack OD\;!!!e.On. : : i Mme to the undersigned Ezecator within two y eat*
1859. U to Jol.n Maher -3 I G _ __ ._ _. 1 the business ill 18CO)) TTM1E undersigned Las now permanently heated) Leave Tall diassee daily (except Sunday) I tarred ; *nd all those indebted to sanl estale are re-

II. McDOXALI) I CO'S., i ibttsing At: '. :O. I29. :31-Sin _L opposite the l'oit-oIlice. where he la preparedin at. . . . . . . .lOA. M -hOSCZtOOl Finished Latest Patent,)) petted to make payment imm.diately.B .

:l __ ._ ___ the moet woikuan like and prompt manner, to Arrive at St. larks, by . .. . 11.C5 A. M. AIR-TIGHT AM IIDESTaCCTIBLE.A c. LEWIS, Executor

I ; &Cummissiou gausr, Land for Sale i make and repair I.ca\et-t. Marku daily (except Sunday) SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on hand: June 25. 1859. 26-3in

i GUM: iiirLt nvx.LOCH-. I at. . . . . . 2.15 P.M. .r.I.y T.J. RAWLS, Umfertaker. --
jil i l. 102 NASSAU STREET. -I{"lIE wiier.igued oflVi for sale J7CO acres (>f in fact all work pcrtnmitig to a Gci or IxxkumitH. Anus at Talbliai at. . . . 8.30 P. M. I November 20. 553. 47 Notice.SIX I
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NEW YORK. Lam) h in Jrirrr ( ofwhkh --
: insj 1I1I Ct'Uflly-litbO acres With the above qualilie ,tions he expects to cent a Connecting xvith Post Conch to New Port on arrival l"'a1 <-Y II months from the first publication of this nn
# lay within a 1 hit t dutanre of Station 1. on the : libeial of the citizens of thu place aud of and wlin.li returns before the .paiture of the
i patronage de booU .
Advertisement will be received a* above, f.r publivaliuu I Pcnsacola A Georgia H..U.nlrojJ and CiO ocits nre ill I the undersigned administrator non.I
t in this within I eurroutidinz' country.t3 Tiain ; and with the line of Mail Steamers between OF TREFarmers' I with the Will annexed of all and singular the good, .
of \\'a.k..ouh. and
,- 20. 18L ppr..a. :SIPlantation : the tttiLbullI..d; 6 or 7miles : X. B. Gun 1.*J always for *lie on 11.n<. New Orleans. Key Vest and Cuba and intermediate chattels rights arid credits which were of John \\ il-
.f Station 1. R.th tia"-ts hue the aiec c & Exchange Bank
I sCaryiaprcrntetit1.
touch < LoucS cubitis AUGUSTUS BL.OWX. I points( on the Gulf arriving at St. Murkson their way II ford deceased late of Leon county will present Ills
Goods. Goliou tc. as lutlliuj negro March 26. 1859. 13 to Key West on the IStli and lt or 2nd of .adl OF CHARLESTCA. final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probateof

:j ct. I month and arriving at St. Marks on their way to Leon and ark to be discharged from Li*
"VATE usual Fallup.lyof i EmtTAKD WILLEY.. Aromatic --I 15th and 'J9th of eaeh month. EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK. SEW county ..
I ; are now receiving our ; I Tonic Bitters.rpliESK New Orleans on the SIGHT said administration.
-h T V G ]* fur I'l.uit.ilion uje. to W.iIeh we iuMte .ittty 2. 1S50. 27-3m Whenever these the Train S. AND CHARLESTON.FOR .
1 M .. I : Dehfrhtful! and In\igorating BITTERS daj* come ou Sunday I SOLOMON SILLS Adm'r. Ac.Ma .
the iliSjNCtiou) (I f planter nixt public ireiirrullv.HOPKINS will that i'ay to ro.nt'ct.ED'W.HD SALI.!
tlJf 1ILluKCIT I.\ViATlO.\: THE AGE run on 1S89. 2O-6m
,, MEG INNISS.I 1 I II _L are an invaluable, article for those afflicted with .
d I. I A. DUNHAM. Age&tTalliiha
those .
I Av1 i'. io.; U -.)- Dyspeps a, Indigestion or loss.nfAppetiteaiid I
; who are Building fioin Debility iucide-tit to recovery Prest. $ Sup'l.January !!( Doe. 1S5S. _49_ Notice.SIX .
: i DAILY EXPECTED, Gears Hachice for Cutting, Planing, Noul- from sickness ir latitude attendant A\n'mCli. |I 1, 165. 1 State Bank of Florida i Months after the first p iblication of this no- -

ding. &c., Irregular Forms in Wood. matc-s will find) in the Aromatic Tonic Bitters a val- SCHEDULE- OF TR. S----- ., the undersigned will prevent to.the Iloa

1 Our Fall & Winter Goods, --- utble remedy bracing and renovating the System i TALLAHASSEE. Judge ef Probate of Leon county hill finish account

t C01SbTIG 0 I undersigned bns I"TODJ the owner of the I! when prostrated.Diiectiona ON THE and vouchers as administrator on the Estate of John

;_ L ; -;I DIIY (; ODS. :I HATS.HAUDWAHE l"'HE to use und sell this valuable tuaihiue iu for use accompany the Bottle. I FLOBIDARAILEOAD. &5- orFiti: ix BCTGERS' Bru.CIXG..LO W. Townsend,deceased,late of said county and aek

:i CLOTHING I .oa. and he iioVffct* iudi\dual and Ctut.ty I'n'pared and soh< by t* be dismissed. .


& SHOE. I I'.USTS.OIL I the Machine* (;>n be f!iu ill < pe rat ion at any time at and .A putLecarjp S NEW ORLEANS FOR SALE. May 7.1859. 196mNotice .

ii' Fur ,ae cheap by A CO.I I the I'h"f1"C I. W.l \'en at (lIre Tallahassee U. P. _A il. :0. 1859 18

L.yiLAuz.7.l9.! 35 : De1cit| The uiacljtun it uniple id itll.'lJltstructi"u- LEAVES: FERXAXDJNA DAILY, WM. BAILEY Pr*i 'ent. .
For Sale. W. R. PETTES. Cashier
of regular (
adapted CutagrtattrAriety Ur'h' ,
I : (Cotton.CASH bud surfaces thui any other jet iuveuled. Itt Capacity I I < ) TWO hORSE CARF 9 (SUXDAYS LXCr.PTED.) February 19, 1859, 8 TS hereby given that application will b* made .tI

ADVANCES made Cotton by is equal to twenty nun. and in OHIC Lid t f j jwroik I Aui AND HARNESS fur i-a- arrival of Steamer from Char'eUon: and Savannah --- __I_ the next session of the Legislature of Fe rida-' r
: 0 ON Charter or'tbe PertAool & fleer
amendment of the
much more. It occti i but errall I sale. c_) connecting at Callahan with Stage for RAIL-ROAD NOTICE.
Aug. 27, 59. :: BoND! i CO. I i space only Apply to Gulf & Interior and Tallahassee Rut Road
from thr<.* to four feet 1 square ii suCl.!iciit-and r. :' P. B. BROKAW.Juno Trader's Hill and C 'ntrevt'I., Oa ; at Baldwin with gia. City

I Bagging and Rope i i quire* but little power to drive it. Every Lmdf* 4, 1S5. !3 I Stage for Tallahassee ; at Tail Bridge with Stage I J'iiA t5r.. _: _-j __ the Cotnpanie Golf of Mexico Also for in a tie Charter County tar of a Franklin Railroad from tort
heat and difficult VI k in House buildinsr. Cabinet : I for Middleburg) ; and at Starke with Stages fer New of the
attention of Consignees goods by of the Northern of tie
It FOIlal by ".. I3OD A. CO. |'I FoiuitLre. CanL e. Wagon arid Bii'!gy liuililing I Feather Brushes & Dusters.A I nr.nsville Gaii'vilU, Micacopy, Flemirgton, and TilE 'ee A PeDsacola A Georgia Railroads in State the of direction Florida East of the River Apilachieola.boundary
Au S.9. i'5 bu turned
< : Ac Ac. can out by it attoUahiL'g' | Ooali. I
called the
is : to following : ) 1859. 30
respectfclly July 23.
ueatueca dtspatih. i iJEKE LEAVE Starke (t'aily (Sunday excepted) on arrival
: I' Rule 9, ff Tallalautee f Pen. d Geo. R. R. Co. -
f ..- NewWheatPlour. KIC1IAP.US. just received and fe r sale byMYERS ot Stages and connecting at F..maudiowith .

-' NEW WHEAT FLOUR, 'or July 16. 1859. 2tlyDISSOLUTION | i GORMAN. Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, oa Monday Freights jre payable in cash on delivery of good, Notice.SIX .

: o lAHREL HOPKINS MEGLNMSS. February 2C, U59. 9 !' Tuesday Wednesday and Fiiday. and storage will be charged on articles lying over months after the first publicatirn of tide no

.! V d I OF --- I A. IL COLE, Sap't after the following period: the undersigned executor cf tLe Cut Will

.u:. :0. 18o9. SI i Plank Road All Right! j May I, 1858. 18 To Consignees in Tallahassee. 3 days. and testament of James Whilehead deeeai-fd. -will
COPA1ITNERSHIP.T .. within 6 miles of a depot. 8 the
WM. M. LAWTON & CO. "TM1E Under&gneil having purchased tie I entire in- It FlILLSBOllOUUII. S. C., u. es35 .5 j .1 present bU final account as and executor auk be ei is-
Judge of Probate of Leon county lo
Plank Roo
lIE COPARTXCRSHIP heretofore lingbe. 'I A. teresr (>f (ihe Georgia & Florida dComp.II j ov.r12 14 .

: F-A.OTOIFIS I wren Henry U. Fitt A David \Vilaou.cuder | \.will fut the anie in good travelling order j I MILITARY ACADEMY. This rule will be stricUy adhered to. and p&ttie chargtd. JOHN 23-6or B. Wi11TEILEJrD.i'r.Juce4lS59.
CHARLESTON, S. C. the and st Ie of This may be rt' '.n. The rats I r f tolls I bare .relucd I therewithor
; : name ) : ending for goods are requested to comply
for eleren
WM. M..LAWTON.II. some 23 pe cent. To persons at Bel-Aii t j jriaLiip THE SUPERINTENDENT was years cannot be delivered. 1 '
t WAIXWP.IGHTBACOT.WINB011N j H. B. FITTS & CO., j I tJ cviiiraei by lie season a suitable! deduct t I officer of the South Carolina State Military the goods E. HOUSTOUN Sop't. I Notice.OIX .
circular address
kmiea. For a
LAWTON. Ja.Aaff.20.1859. I is th'u Jay dissolved by mutual consent.David | lion will be made. But tV! ruinous credit system so Aca N. C. ..*Sentinel and QUiD y paper copy. I first of tin no-
can't C. C. TEW. nillsborongb Months after the publication
this nod this road I stand. <
&l in
3l3oiTaylor's C. Wilson u ..int'd auto to close j abu regiou on 9
ageut 1859.
app Febmary 26. will Li. final eeoootto -
Marcb 1!, 1S9. ll-J tice, the undersigned present
the luktoeks vf aid I JomtbixJy must pay f..r using the ro up 'OpuwtriLip tb. Hon.:Judge of Probate of. L.on.efGDly>
Gins.I I H. R J.'m ; I deduction made to the>'o runniosr 5 awl 1 C muteteams
; Cotton D. C. WILfeOX. by the fcasuu, tihea arrangements are ms.Je Tax Sale. :1858. and apply for a discharge a* admiaMtrator oo tie
C FORTY Forty fire and Fifty Saw Oiu always* July 1. 859. 3): { f.-rehand. JERE RICHARDS. virtue of the authority vested in me by law. A MOST PE!!R..BLB JISSOETMKXT OF EttaU. of David Fttlkttldtteeued.lde.'J. BARNES of laid Adm'r.couniyJ. -
j ui J fur sale b10lKiss Rieluid Mill. April 9. 59. 15 I BY shall Bell the first in December
I on
A 1fEGlSSISS I Icgu Notice.rjIIE next before the Court H..e door in the city of TullahasMe FRESH GWEN SEEDS July SO, 1859. 30GmNotice. _

\ t 6. ISh9. :_ i Notice. dunn; legal hours at publ.c outei j. the I. Warranted Growth of 1858! .1

( I trader*'gned i is apr>iuled sole ijcnt to close month after date the umJersiened will pre following lands lying in Leon county near Manning- .

t HROUX'S DOUBLE YLXPCR .1. tip t ho business of the late firm of H. U. FITTS SIX bill fit al I account an,1 roueher to the edge' ton, TU: The W( i of the N W J, Section 19. Township I TiIESE SEED are prcenred flourish from a cold climate will be made t tber Oeoet
the in
60 SAW GIN I d CO. all pernotis indebted tusuhl) firm are reqneatedi of Piobate (if Leon county Iud apply ;.r a filial .li. 2, East, 3 North, containing SO acres mere or I wilt consequently better- a APPUCATION the State of Florida, at ill DU'

i c.tne forward and pay tbe same, end all person from the adminiktration on the estate of Eo A. \heso. Sold to pay the State aud County taxes for warmer one like our*. Baak W w !
barge t in NoT 'mber for Charter far a
A NEW INVENTION, I ivin, claims against caid tim are nqnettcd( to pre Lnler. dcflseJ.I.alc of said county. tie T ear* 1854. 5. '6. 7. '8 and'9. Owuer'uot known.L. I t jy Call early or tend jour order, that yon may located Middle Floiida., a

lir fctlel-r HOPKINS .t MEGINL. I nt tl. >m for .t'ttl*lI1rnt. I>. C. WILSON. J P. JEFFCOAT Adrc'r. j I 0. DEMILLY. Tax Collector. I get_th* Tarietie rlciired. AMES 4 L1V ELY.Jkstiv m 135J. iI3meA -
'} -- Arj. 1$,' If. j! ;s July! 1, 1S'9. CO [*cutielcepr. \r.;. 2(<. 1 SI,. :ol- 6ni i JJy' :3. I<*,. SO-tJs I 8, :t3. 2 July

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