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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: October 1, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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PJOltssional; anb pasinrss! (Carts. A. G A TLIE, -1 DENTISTRY. I jtorfoinn & lournal.TALLAHASSEE f and we believe. ;the Southern Public" witil encourage that charge. We- did nut endorse- -ut.-.; 1s'

="- -= DEALER IN I agree with us, that! the chain which binds i iI silt-gallon of hostility Lor do we endorse ir. Our

MEDICAL l\o iicc: I 1, .. him to them is adamantine. cotemponiry says: it i. -.absolutely false.: and t&u'tit
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-- I DRY GOODS PROVISIONS' : : I We will add to what the Standard has so i sufficient, even in the fee-u (.! the suspicions aj"pearaneeof ; ,
Dr. tVm F. Shine < "Leon" and the
of
support the! V. Jl'sMr.CsiII .
I i I well expressed, that Judge Forward's residence ; %
AND -4 \
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Of CIA BIS rtOFESKIONAL fclZKVICtft TO THE rTBLIC. SITURDAY, OCTOBER i, 1950. here attracted to him the warm: regardan 5I "
GROCERIES IX GENERAL. & ----- :
adjoining that of Irs. Gamble A Belton. I I S
OFFICE 1858 19-1, November I esteem of our cHucng, not one of whom, [roc the FloriJ.ta; i Journal ) .
I 13,1858.: 46 DR. T. J CUR LEE Judge Forward. I i .. ..
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so far as we know ever for a moment qyestioncd I The JudicIary
MILES ASHtl i 1 WOULD return his grateful acknowledgementsIT The Family Friend puMisties COmmunication -
FRESH Gi\RDEN\ SEEDS i to lite citizens of Southern Georgia, and Middle I a" hU thorough xlevotedness to the welfare !- : 'flic ccitni.ity of Law ns a rule of action>
and End Flouda for the very liberal patronage : signed Many Southerners Assailingthe )
of the South. So far from it he
DEALER
IX I j was I depends even more the' JndV. .
the fire six
received from them during part or year upon stability of ,
; whose! has
DRUGS, PAINTS, i c-rcDw-Ha: of :L8DS. I He will continue the} practice of the above profession I distinguished gentleman: name generally regarded as ultra in his State Rights I cial decisions than the tniform c'ourse of : ..
JP "'- I II ID tlim-e nttions of country. and baa made such been placed at the head of this article. The legisLtion
I I I' views and as an ardent supporter of Mr. I f.r tin.,, from its natn're. multvary I
3g I arrangements with manufacturers of Dttital Materials communication likewise the I very ll
MEDICINES) OILS I GUM DROPS same appear3"in
i North as to enable! him to put up FULL seth of Calli"un. ft is a little singular tint so soon I with the: instruction of ex}>erifricr; tho < \
teeth in i>t tbe popular mode*, at from fifty to I Jacksonville Standard and is replied to by
I any
YTOULD inform their riends and tbe public, t OF ALL FLAVORS as he becomes candidate: so much to objectto suggestions of policy the
hundred c\"I1trsleu\ than for development of theresources
one u usually charged
\ I they haVe ou Land a good assortment of Qc the editor! of that paper in the most successful I
the same in the South; (he means what he an}s.)and I is urged;; against him which was never suspected of a tIle sraiustbe .
rliclts as are generally kept in their line of business country ( ijj.telligence
nd will be reeciTing regularly fresh supplies. The I FOR COl. Gl1S.A1YD COLDS guarantees them to bo as DCRABLE:, BEIITIFLL and and triumphant manner. Want of space or heard of before To the unsophis. and the : of people..
crins shall be reasonable. i Ju-l received at the Dnro STOBK cf KFEVU"EABLE: as ran tie put up North or South. alone prevents us 'from copying the attack asS prdgrtn n Be-
Tallahassee April 9tb 1853- 14. I EDWARD UAUNARD. Ja. Those in need of bis service can, bv dropping a I ticated, this newborn zeal manifested by siJ" '1'lIttlllluI'l"e. December 18. 1858. 61'r note to him at either Munt'cello or Maduaun, Ha, well! as the defence ; but as the points ad. Many: Southerners" has very much the oppearance ute laws constitute in the
hare the work done and time to teat it before aggregate mass of
paying vanced Many Southerner- statedin
I- A. GALL IE i. II. McDONALD & ''s-----:; for it by are : of what" is generally: understood as governmental action to the multiplicity of judU

TS in receipt of a large{: and well elected stock of t3f The best references given if desired. the rejoinder of the Standard we must ." F
_L STAPLE and FANCY GOODS.Sjrieg bbtrtising (. 6flrami55ijou; :UOUSt, December 25, 1858. 62 content ouiselves by giving the latter only) : 1.1 t"rtiollcerng.'hile I j S eiaI4ecislo, traveling in their turn (the entire

and Stunmrr JieaJy Made Clothing, "- on this subject we-majr irmaik that circle of all the relations of civil!, society "
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No. 102 NASSAU STREET We give place to the above communication,
hats and Cap Boots and Shot, J'aini'y NEW YORK. WILLIAM p. SLTTSSERTTALLAHASSEE in that the charges, therein set foul,, may I A mistake is current here as to the birth-place comprising all the points of contact presented

(Groctnei U' ,,e., Drandnt tie., d:e. I Adverti emrnU .will- -received- ,.'- -- as above, for publication FLORIDA appear lieic, where they are stated lo have I of Judge, Forward. He has beeti spoken of I in the controversies conflicts and! collisions

April SO, 1659.: ___ 18__________ in this paper. I iMTArruKEK OF CorrEn/fix AND SIIFET occurred, and where Judge FORWARD i is ;cell as foreigner. This is not so. lie is a native which arise among men iu the infinite variety

E BARNARD I Jr. Aug. 20. 1859. 34 IRON WAKE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL known respected honored and loved; and of the State: of New Yoik. Ardent in human affairs=-decisions whoso
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TTLANf ; I DEALKU IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNEDWARE. we have taken some pains!, a? an act of justice his:: republican feelings, he joined the Patriot I far beyond the of sourcesarc .
WILL CO-NTIM'E THE S to the Public, and to Judge FORW\RD range J popular cogn'
iu the Canadian rebellion of 1837-8 in
RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS j I Stove Hend-Qnnrtcrs.! te enquire into the ground ol the allfgitions.; common zance or legislative supervision to he scfughl

WATCH l\IAKER Also as a supporter of the Judge. fell with many! Americans residing near the! S only: within the exclusive of -
C2F": AT 'US OLD STAND 6IO!( ..i A SPLENDID assortment CooVmg. Parlor we an sphere enlightened'jurkpudonce.

And Jeweler, : and Wood Stove, trimmed with ueat.ueai.: interest in the matter. It would indt>d be a I frontier, and attempted to ad: tbce people : I And it i is from ihso dec'sion. -

MOXTICELLO "LA.. i and durability: reduced prices most remarkable matter, if in the Judiciary in throwing off the British: roke. Being unsuccessful as containing the} and
OF THE 1i MOUTAR, I just true interpretationand
J respectfully mInim the citizens of Mid Out Door "'01'1,. career of Judge FORWARD and in his l long I : .
he .
WOULD : emigrated to our own Slate, It.that
I construction t
East Fbi ida that he tlecipns" mnL.ingoccnpilofJal Roofinpr.Ornamental Front Heads GiiAterinc.Copper practice at the Bar he had failed to create of constitutions and laws It.

Corner of Clint..n and M<>oru stilts,Tallahasice. I >isits through these sections of country for i and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead Sheet some cnwnieS. No Judge living however not from necessity but from choice, where he individual security; modal welfare a/fi

January 19, 1656 S I the piirMe| of doing: any work in the above hoe Zinc. Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work I he be, faithfully his has I lived in "all good conscience" up to thl'pre'cnt public ;
discharge pciity
U that buy be eutiutted to his care. : of every variety dene at short notice. : pure may pro so greatly dnend.

R. H. BERRY; .-LSO- i Cily and Country Itlcrrliniim I duties without at some time deciding antagonistic canvass. Perhaps the circumstance It .would seem therefore, tcj }tC df the Ugk!

Auctioneer and Commission A fine Lot of Jewelry. nLkh I will!! sell at the low.I I respectfully invited' to give me a call befoie purchasing to the views and feeling of suitors.It .- connected with! the Canadian rebellion may est degree importance that judicial tribu.

MERCHANT. ebt possible pruts. |I else*'here.' is o ten limes hard far stern will tojieldto have given rue to the impression of his )beinga nab should La
77ie Lttt lirftrtHct fjitm tf nr7.tirctLApril !\ PIT :i. R All articlesmanufoctncd from the very the thinly fixed principles of the law and for exempt from all influence

ALlAaAssEF1a..Scpt.l, 1855. 39 SO. 1859. 18-ly best material and warranted durable. No other art| this reason clamors will arise because law foreigner. save those which originate) in lhefr own SIt-'

HIGH \. CORLEV, j Dwelling House for Sale: i i irpun lew October ill be offered 20, 1555.for sale. 42PL1wft cannot bend to individual sentiment--thus The East ttorlhan makes" very weak altitttptto [ crrd and exclusive sphere, free from theinflu. .
wrath is heaped upon the Judiciary when they ence of all
Attorney at Law I u reply to our marls relative l to the opinions excepting the influence of
publication
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SUBSCRIBER offers f r sale on i| hate decided but rightly.
TALLAHASSEE, FL.,. I \ turns ea.,. to a purchaser his houpe and M.i, [{S' HOTEL; 'I 1 he writer above attcmptsby\ the statementof by that paper of "Leon." but mistakes totally the authority in matters of opinion appropriate to

I lots ill Bel-Air. Apply to the un.tel1'i".d.lr illustrate ground of our complaint AW did not olject to the that great ystem 'which it is their
1'1. 1857. :3-ly these cases to that Judgo FORWARD sacredtiust
January _____ ________ to W. K. Heard. JOHN BEARD.JKrchS TaJ.1ahaaaco. I
itself-it the
forth of such
:*' publication was sending to administer
--- 1859. 10-lf I C. II. USHER PropriFJor. is partial to the colored rac The their province to cout lii.
John B. Whitehurst, 1 -- -- -- first of which is that he defended) a slave on I a production without comment" that we demurred plate and ituJy, and their I
1859. prerogative Id
April 9. 15lyMEDICAL
to The editor need not be told that to t
POST & MEL trial for murder in the County of Nassau
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT --- --- -- ----- -- -
LAW ; comprehend, to illustrate and dd
question the of thiS which forman ne. Anr
NOTICE. and ask, why was the trial delayed for four validity !securities
MAUIYNM.: .\. I COMMISSION MERCHANTS ---0- successful terms I" (Upon ei.quiry we are informed I important part ef the means of the Central andPentiaco'a I thus judical decisions should! }be the result i f

"TILt practice [in thfe Circiat Courts of JacVfon. 64 I'uydrn Slret'l, I IN"E" J. B. TiYLOl.3. S. noND. that the continuances of the trial" Roads can Lave none other than an injurious reason, knowledge and investigation, deliberately -
WaKhiti ton and Holmes! coubtiec- !
'V OIFtLHUHSTS.: I Drs. & Bond obtained affidavits made Col. effott ; and in view of what mtt"t LelO
were by endeavoiing to discover
and pay fpcrul attention tu collecting.November -- Taylor upon truth, to asce,'
?7, t'5R. I J. P. SANDERSOV: counsel for the apparent to every reflecting mind, we repeat our
48lyBenj REFER T OMessrs associated in the practice of Medicine. Of prisoner ; bin right And administer justice. This all
-- -- HAVE and His Honor PUTNAM inquiry| Was it a friendly act in the organ of theFlorida 'It
at the. of Dr. were grantedfby Judge '
Thomas J IVlins & Co, Tallahassee Fla. I OLD STAND Taylor. I, will concede.
F. Young, .. lit. Harris A Co., Qumc I Tallahassee F February 1859.:\ 6 ; Judge FORWARD having notlling whatever Road to permit such a publication to go "tf ad..

Dcnham & Palmer Moriticello, (to do with them ; tint it is true Judge : forth without comment tiiher of contradiction or Surely I then, those influenT- "
L D1J: tl J"lli11VJJ ja. Gr 3E2 :3XT O 5T such
Beard t Denhatu St. Marks I t Forward was present as putuer-and at the : remonstrance? It is no reply to say that the Flondiau tnirrc to Le eirr"d as cannot

ANDFOLICITOR Mr. James Filor Kev West I 0-- of Col. has exhibited. fur the -..v'ne" malign, which originating I
special request andt'r8on-ol1 the never "fritudrhip": but -
: IN EQL1TYTILL Meesrs. ct Ormc-nd, Atlanta Oeo. Bank Columbus Ga.
.. Naught '. !I trial of the negro Col. Sanderson then I I Florida U..aJ. This is begging the question *. amid the prejudices and passions of a popular
N. Me Kinnoo 1 C. TLomasville
J. "
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\\ practice in the C.iurtaufthe Eastern Cir B. AD 47IS, Cash.5 1'1.11. YOUNG, Prenl. allec<1sh..rt
f T cui of Florid"*, and the Fe>Ieiul Court! Auf: isi 14. 1W8. :;3-ly Cash fapilal $100,000 C0 being absent fioin the State ; and that when I I sides being untrue. But what !"- election, are sought to be bruught to lear up- .
.. matter of ju tice to the I I
lj
; the negro was on his trial he was taken coming to do w-
candidates for
(orFICE: AT GAISi"ILLE.'LACHCA: co( 'Tr.) on judicial station-influences
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HOG E & AMAKER i .. .'..ckil.n1"iIIanJ P;uscola Court (louse
out ol the and inUrtMj f.L.
above will times be hung.'e
JI at I
REFERENCES: Agency ALL supplied not emanating In the moralJioniaffB nlr....
1 with Net' rates have tu learn that it is evidence of euierpriaesT? H. are not the organ of Geor'l \ WP
: Exchange on York at current ; jet any
Crr. J. J. LTCA*. ) I ATTORNEYS & COUKSELLORSnAVH \ ....lieJ theui. established! claims bat
t.tut-r- sine
edged used
I 1.on.Co1.Lu.o..n,1! k.1.A..L.UIt- .1--"-- Jtuirw.;i/... in aha race," that a lawyer and are upon capacity or ,
iVn.huAsui J. I..).. .Aiktx........ "".. 1Dk. Ck'jtinloti S. C. I ... .... the. of I Office, (lip tiir?) over the Store of T. L. Betton on trhl for crime.negro species of tactlo nut expected in the mouth -(in some instance?, it may be, simply to
practice
JAMES S. Jo\es. TulU'iax&et, tia. I furinedaco-partnenhiP in i F.sq, M. P. ELLIS Agent. I ,
1iciS'oiili work like Florida Road and which
all of the ,
'fI\. is common occurrence aver a great
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I and will attend to proftssioual .. Tallah Rsce Doc. 1858.:\ 49 \ swell ,the tribute to merit or augment; the expression .
ness entrusted to thtir carpJ bUSi-\\ --- ------ by nun to the manor born." Such mllln the course of time, prote troublesome. But I
S .1unt.L7.WILLIAM SCOTT ). 1'. IJOGUE..e. TERRY is the humanity of our Laws that Master, arc we are nut disposed to permit our cotcmporary to of our approbation, wLi would bo

AT LAi'iMOXTICELLO May 1.1 858. IS __ I AjDard Lonnd to furnish c..ur.stl for their slaves when I I I escape under so flimsy an excuse. It is untrue that I II perfectly legitimate and proper)-for the sin (

AYYOaMiSY;; I 'J nTSURANCE. C.: I. T. BLAKE on trial for life, or upon their failure to do so, we have marifistcd no friend t.ip" for the Fer ister purpose of increasing oxcitemehf and' -

FLA FIRE : Reghlrr of the United Slates Land Office it is made the duty f the Court to appoint naudiua Road, and our readers know it. The mistake -I! exercised upon candidates cither to induce 1\ S

Jjlr SO,1853.- 30 tljan -- j IIIRTFORD FIRE I Illiiii"CE coamr.:\ TALLAIIISSI-, rt.A., coui.stl. ',We and the Public" we are per- I I which'lhe! editor cf the Edt tloridlan falls! I judicial I opinion or to confirm one-and thru I

IIVCUAR'liII{ IXSUKAXCK COMPAM': II his eenices to act as ActST: ft;r per-ous suadid will! fail to see anything in this trasac. into is in thinking that a just defence of Governor
M. u. PPV. l'lI(]: "lX : successful ascendthejudgmeiit
OFFERS.. land iu the State Land Office- the I encourage a competitor to
-- --- ----- I to enter tion supporting .allegation.Tbe Perry from unfounded imputation such as 'we
OF llAITFO1D COXX and will attend to business, in any of the State for ; covered not with the
any trial of Angelina Washington "t'at. mi-
PAPY & ARCHER ; CO. I aud noticed on the :Cd: inst, (the ground for at least one
reasonaMe
$100,000 HI ;
Capital Chances!
ARgrcgatc Offices the Capitol I
ning.the' Steamer St. Johnt, is presented I rent robe of ial but soiled whit '
A"t-orX1CYS; "t I.izvvvTALLA1lASEE. : M. T ELLIS. Agent.Tellalinesce propoitkm to the time and labor bfstowed I of tthlcli\ we were responsible and not him) is in judi intcgiity,
Wo have made I
WET SIWAMIEC Rivra as another illustration. enquiry with for the other aideI (the dust of the filI
Dec. 4, 1858. 4V Maps of Townships or compatible "fiieudship" I t:1n\'ass--prpptted: : (not to '
: FL furnished at from two to This is his error and accounts for the coarse attacks
-- ---- ten and deliberate to and
July! 9. 1839. 23 I 11ICOIC.H.: Oi'1UL' 22, 1&59. 4 I' and of the Agents of (the Boat as well I made by. him on the Jacksonville Standard as well I' analyze Compare
S - -- the who commanded herand, find combine, revise: and review,and thus, by cautious -
HOLLAND : jJL.iI.'IcCxr: as Captain as on this press. nut, perhaps! hewill grow wiser 'I t
&
FLOYD ; Dr. T. Hayward Willis. that the scene described as having occurredin as! he grows in years and experience. It is not un steps and slow, to reach at'Iengtli some

Attorneys at Law.7'ILL located in Jifierson county one half OF TIlE the Couit Room, is denied. We learn I frequently the case that an editor's zeal outruns his satisfactory conclusion! -but to assume (hid

.\ \ practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle : HAVING the rear of Mrs. Biaden's:bt Aogu I I Farmers' & Exchange Bank II that some little demonstration of the prisonerwas I discretion and if our brother has occasionally rendered Bench with an air all confidence and ease: 0
I
\ ? and West Florida and in tbe Supreme Court tine rend, offers his ProehSioulillervlcclI to the surrounding |I once made \\napromptly checked by
fthe State. Also in the District Court of tbe Uui ; country. OF finHLESTO.\ the Court, and her counsel. And as for influencing l.irudfli3Lle to sueh a suFpicicn he shouldbe resting in foregone conclusion and pledged

in the Northe Dii-trict of Florida. 8. lb&9 2 | EXCHANOE ON NEW YORK SEW I I pit ed.. maintain ratified I I
ed States January I SIGHT II the jurors by questions" &c., it is to an opinion already at tho
R.J. FLOYD Office Apalaclicola Fla. I AND CHARLESTON: Nor is our cotcmporary' excuse for not'eontra-
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Office stated to us that this charge must have originated polls) Tell it not in Gath, publish it not .
D. P. HOLLAND Qui l"I.o'la. iETNAINSURANCE I FOR SILK. I dicting the sssr.med existence cf the iesue of the
Dec!!, 1(155. 61 A. DCNIIAM, Agent I : in aver, fe-lile mind. Upon examining constitutionality of (the county and town subscription in the streets of Askalon !r' I
-- CONPANY I of the trial find the following
-
S - the records we
: j l'allaliai'sue._Dcc. ltt&49 l ':.__ _ I less flimsy; than the other. No one, except" If it should come to this, it must be perceived '
Henry L. Rutgers Ut.ll..HlTFOlllJ.IntorporolrK I persons composed that jury to wit :
State Bank of Florida, I Uafkl Suarez John} G. Smith. W m. Eubanh.Jr. those in the secret knew anything of the existence at once that such a courses and such

COMMISSION MERCHANT i I of such an i issue. When first stated by Leon," it influences thus wielded do but
:: ., John Price, Milliard Jones, W. G. Chris. effectively ,
Charter
in 1S19.' "- Ptrpetnal.
TALLAHASSEE.OC7" I ridiculed and denied by Judge Baltzell' friends
I was S
TALLAHASSEE FLA. topher James: T. Stewart Wm. Stone, Rob. serve to transfer adjudication from the judicial

S j -0- I OFFICE IX IttiTGT.RS' BflLD G. ;:fj ert Hogan Francis Hndnall, Joseph I Iliggin- here. Vex Popul goes for nothing. His was to the ballot box and that
judicial
Cotton Tobacco CAPI'I'AL-SIOOOOOO. I not the Voice of the Peopie. sanctuary ,
advance made on or CASH bottom rind Jmes Maynard. Will these the voice of one man,

LIBERAL to has fn.tid. in New York. EXCHANOE OY NEW YORK AND men, who acquitted the prisoner be said: to be "." But no matter what might have been intendedby decisions would thus be concocted daring the
I
DAMAGE BV FIKK!:,
SIGHT CHECKS ON NEW YORK FOR SALE INPITRF.UNTKKMS AGAINST:LOSD' ) hl"iitlt1."! SIOHT ORLEANS FOR SALE. partial to the negro race I" They consti. the wirepuller, it *'as the duty of the EattHorilian canvass and announced on election day. But

/M amount to mil piircliaxr*. AN 1> CONSISTENT OF COMI'kSSATION. I I WM. BAILEY rnsiJent tuie some of tbe most substantial slaveholders to discourage and condemn such an issue, I pause. -

March 12. 1859. 11_ I W. R. TETTES. Cashier. of of Duval,are Southern in because of the manifest injury it must work to
the-Connty
B. C. LEWIS, Agent, February 19, 18119. 8rpHE everysense It i is perfectly competent to a judicial tribunal
ETcT Cabell For Tallahaase and vicinity. I ---- ---- of the word, and can answer! whether vested rights, a* well as to the intere of the Kail- to review and reverse (or-mnerdeeislon. .

August 15, 1SS7. 33 BLACK-8Mll'H.IliG Judge Forward did a ny thing reprehensible! road Companies which have large numbers of county '

j t tom-ojr: ; r j SUBSCRIBER gives no- on trying that case. We know that the owners bonds on hand, and the ridicule and contempt it This is its prerogative. -it is am6ng (the higu- .

TALLAHASSEE FL\ Yonge & McClellan, JL tice that he has opened his| of the Steamer &L Johns were perfectly must inetiUbly bring upon our people and juJi.eiary. judicial functions which,in the performanceof

. January 8, 1859. :2! k."ttoxxxoyfi ck."ti ZLj wcT", _____S_ BLACKSMITH SHOP again in satisfied with the uprightness' and correctness It is a beautiful story to tell the Charleston its great trust, it may sometimes become

------- rUACTlCB 15 ALL THE lRTS OF WEST FLOEIDA. connection with Ins LITKRT STABLM, wbere he will of the Couit, which fact they have evincedby Banks which have exhibited to much liberality in the duty of a judicial tribunal to exercise but
work.
Plantation and
of
DILWORTII all kind Carriage I
WILLIAM S. bare done
OFFICE AT PSNSACOLV' A>D -ALSO- general employment of the Judge as their aiding our roads that the validity of the securities always with! the utmost e&atioD. after (till are
Law .'. : since his return to the Bar. which they have advanced and which
Attorney and Counsellor at I c. C. TOSGE r..n.J. / lIARJA'iX".I'I Attorney, upon money
) January 8. 1859. 2 HORSE SHOEING in tie very best manner; We notice the remaining "illustiation! ," securities have already been pronounced legal and gumrnt, thorough iim stigation, and pon tho

JIONTICELLO FLORIDA.TILL I -- -- (0 and will use erer., endearor to have work mature dt'Jiberalirm-tbus :
--- S viz: the interference with a Justice of the binding by the highest judicial tribunal known to most exhibiting

"\IT\ euitandFhuu..e practice iu tbe aud Courts l.. wndes of the Cuunt Middle,.Cir Oa : Ellis, Orlopp & Co., : done with dispatch, and.P.to B.suit BROKAW.customer Peace, in tbe discharge of his duties. The our laws, is in issue in the election! The fact it, those pre-eminent attributes which it is the'

Marcb !f. 18U. 12-ly:! WHOLESALE DEALERS IV January 1, 1859. 1 negroes here alluded to were Willy and Ben, the course of our coteroporary in permitting! "Leon"to peculiar province and moral glory of aJ di-
I --- -- to the estate of John Houston, de. the of the
I belonging forth without comment, ID face
S HARDWARE FINE CUTLERY, go vial to calmness of
magistracy exemplify-the
J. M. CALLAWAY Liverv and Sale Stable. I ceased. They were employed by A. Parson, Injury it was so well calculated to effect is so
(;Uxs. PISTOLS 4-r., 4c.,
and the efirnoew of Justkesuperior
I undersigned and in obedience to the commands of reason .
T'UE giTMuo- Esq., utterly Indefensible, that we are not surprised an
GROCER & COMMISSION IUERrU1XT, No. 211 Pearl-Street. New York. I that be bai .
I e. par- said Parsons, committed the outrages complained of its inconsistency !hat excited it beyond to passion and abovd cetocllJaticrri..Thus .
ROBERT ELLIS. exposure
I S chased the Livery Stable of_ .
t Lnctr. ?
Two DOORS ABOVE Ants < I MAX A. ORLOPP. Ja.. I William U. Newsom in Tallahassee together with the of.The measure. Nor docs it even seek to repair the guarded and cautious, as a, Supreme

/"CONSTANTLY on band and receiving fres'i sup THOMAS P. ELLIS. good will of the establishment and that be is now Administrator of the estate! of linos- wrong. On the contrary, if we are not mistaken, Appellate Tribunal-ihe Court of last re.
No I
\J_ plies of provisions and Family Gr.ct'ril'l. January 22,1859. 4 prepared to carry on the business in all its branches, ton made application in open Court, through it restates the question and Insists that such is the
in relectiug goods to fill ordefrunt -- ----- ----- sort-should ever be, in proceeding to overrule *
-- -----
epared accommodationsin
pains with
and the good GeoV.. Call their
j promises public the Hon. attorney upon
and at the .tnirketprices. Country issue!-*nd, t9 add to the complications ofthe can.
the mlltry. Nathaniel Hamlen his line reasonable term solemn decision made
on for deliberately
SUSTAINED BV AFFIDAVITS, a a ,
consigned tome for petition about the
produce and all other goods KICHARD SAUNDERS. vase, it is whispered by knowing ones
ale will receive prompt attention.: The citizens of COMMISSION MERCHANT, Sep. 6,1850 86 writ of Prohibition. Tbe State Solicitor that Chief Justice Baltzell, for whose especial: benefit even one upon a question cf lAW', arising in

Tallahassee and vicinity are re@pectrullllOticited to St. New OJ leans. -- .-- made no opposition to the application nor and how
No. 38 -- usual
Poydras -- - this issue has been raised k to receive a generous tbe curie jurisdiction; oppressivo >
call examine and price my good before purchasing P. B. B1tOXA W'S. did the attorney for the prosecut: who was
elsewhere. Every article warranted to be as reprete support in and about Feraaodma. The Jack" must be the sense of re'pon.fbtHtj in
led tbe REFER TO- : LIVERY AID Sill STABLES in Cou I t. (Shall these gentlemen be charged sonyilleadartZ diettnelly alleges that :Mr. CAU. ,
to purchaser.
ExGoJam E. Broo**, ) I with partial to tbe colored racf!")- the review of a decision upon _a eoATorerted ,:
being
April 16, 49. 16 __ TaIlaLilsee. ;.1. Mr. Yule, it the ablest advocate of .
who, next to :
FLORIDA. ;
1L A. r TALLAHASSEE: construction de
-- Gen. Shine J Tbe facts set forth with affidavits were such, question of constitutional e
PEELER'S/ A. B. Noyes Eeq. l would in- the Florida Road in the State, has become the J Jthe
'
A. J. : : Newport' Flu. rpji Proprietor as compelled the Court, in discharge of an cision pronounced is presumed, with 'all
R. M. Spencer. Eeq. j .1 form bis fnenda aod the warm supporter of Judge B. If this be so, and re
LAW &. COLLECTION OFFICE John J. Snelliog, Quiney Fix public, that be baa rebuilt his._ honest and faithful consideration'of Law better it, "the milk in the cocoannt" is accounted requisites which tan afford ats rane of-
Oen. Wm. Jefferson county, Fla. in such !!, to grant tbe writ. Upon this
Bailey
the old stand and cases
Brick Sublet at is DOWprepared "
TALLAnASSE, FLORIDA arge the force to
I Leon and
authority
,for. The publication of significant certainty or impart
of Gadsden.VY J. 0 Putnam Esq.:. Madison Jla. to accommodate b'w friends and customerslie action the said slaves were bound over to at.
"TTTILL Leon Practice Wakulla.in the Jeflerson Circuit and Courts Madis-m and I Augustus Steele E q, Cedar Keys Fla. I also bas attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith tend the Circuit Court, In answer the charge ; silence of the East Florldian relative to the i"junollltatementa give confidence to truth in the exercise of extraordinary .

Daniel Bell Esq., Hamilton county Fla. I Sbop.wltcre be will ban bare d oall) kind of for made by that writer will no longer .
and thereof
attend promptly to tbe collection cf notes accounts and did appear two or three terms Jtnudictioqonr a legislative
Ed. ReroiDgton. Esq. l ThornagTille Geo- Plantation wlrk.llone shocbtf.aad Carnage work in be .
of said Coooties.5f a mystery.On
in any I Ed.Seiiup, Esq., )r the beat manner and with promptness and die trial. These proceedings can he wen by referring actmefrf which judicial power is invoked to .
tbe door of the very Insinuation
Office in the Capitol opposite word in conclusion, is to the
the
j Jack J.Marsh, Etq: Duncanville, Geo. to Oeo. Stone, Esq., Clerk of
General office pateb. declare null and roid-a wer extraordinary J
Atte rney' I NOT. !O. 1868. 47PAa'rOS November 6, 188S. 44 Court imputed to ns of charging Mr. Yulee With being p
Feb. 27, 1858. 9..tr --- .. to tbe construction of the other Rail- as it must be admitted: to be, nd dangerous
-- ---- -" ---' tbink.the"iilnstration"of"Many unfriendly
Thus we
-- -- WM. 'M. LAWTON & CO,, I II Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, Southerners," lik some others of a similar. road enterprise" We di4 not mention Mr.Yulee's as some of o6rwie jtafeiaen.

FIRE INSURANCE I :I For Sale by r. B. Brokaw. character, fail to tatain the proposition. If name at all, and, at bet, only shaded to what the Mr. Jefferson at tM head-have alvajs !oa.

STATE FIRE ASD 3IABISE HStmCE CO. CH."nLESTJ'f' *. C. 'pHE Subscriber bas jost reeeived I the. tenure upon which Judge Forward holds East ..1"lorid'admits has been alleged against tended, however its exercise in the-cotisi-vc.
WTOi. JL large supply of Carriages weaker ..the Florida Road. Our reference was to
PENNSYLVANIA.TNSURE I' W 1L IL LA I very a fealty to Southern institutions has no simply
.
againat loss by Fire on tbe usual terms It. WAINWR1OHT BACOT. ,I _- ..Buggies and Harness which lie offer I I links than those displayed by tho above, show that the publication of" Leon" without! com tire spirit which its reqtfr**, H.wsnd
LAWTOY J. oracle the moat reawuable term. : I
1 F. H. FLAGO 61 AgeotTallabasce i Aug. :". 1659. WINBOBN 54} -Siu :ro embcrl8 on 1854. 46 illustration! *," then '\i4)r of (tho opinion,,, t ment by the 9r'gao"r that road wo calculated: to delL'.ttc' c.lcnl: l lisach: ir: O f:'

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.p--: Vh tfiey. .
cgiu : .l. = ..;, .t". history,aid prmtmee' tai ft tonad assertion and ( J .'_. "I"'ror
tItt : I moath 4thvMissIsIT'P A.
'ktj > tie a : } .. tone wllT .IiIaiD.iIWC1T enough log VUhln tvnrM for the
7 llt lt i :.D t W&ct4ii: to'J trn k"o l a peremptory atafciftg axdffl renee J .. s ...ki'UCJ -
*chief orgae.and from4l. e ice He that.Jhe progreea/rf tie P .co1& Geor. for all practical purposes wUh the majority no mat Tirer or "y pa1-tiotbeW.StV'I -_ _.. v-: .1-r
Otflftt. d.pattlM 0 th. \'etnMf11t, t eMi o >w, ter whether ndraws'upoafictten or of some twenty.fiv or thirty mile, nor or hi Oetoger': : _: _. .._
-'- fut > rti4statd the IIrrIi. 1 ulp unworthy atUcki BTxm'racDal& Jlra torn junction with U>. CentraVRoad upon tt" lets from present tennltro, opposite .Depot 'Wri'te hii -11 nc
ttitotionaUy >j ct to *.and praised hlrwel/ "Jong; s City kasjwen .secured tyAe reeent extensive .- ,0 \ :. K y. Q.
cation of"udilial tecti but to e.iiicrigat", and iaSeeof Chief Joa- Col HouUorjn of the "Ia,JideDnPbtjs" | a man of high moral Thinking that imiiarimuutioimsybi I u.efal,1 D. P. HOGUE EaVt/vs a .catfcHdatiTfoT AlleeWis
ably by State
/ 1 .DI116Jt th purchases leer .strictly ti-sraa but little doubt Justice of the B.prtemeVourt-.ftke at tl a
such action
as may
overjroi4); } "and rm.ction 0! the Final tIed I la "tiLeD R. extraordinary .eon- I Iron and qulpnt a short tam."of wht We )>ave. fadel1r Integrity impuge,A.>j deem now submit best it to you taro for, respectfully. you October e\t t10D. __ : :- '

I / A rtOJer, trb'i-ek! ; i-aelf kad. iitsvmed to dive latvrpreUtiAB duct ID one mho arplm{ t ccciroe the hired of the been done ylbtn lb.r period since the''nug. impartial or disinterested persons we 0 / Tour obedient servant, "' nnounc.e -
-. 1 It matter of complaint I majr: b* .errs on virtne'a side.. Many here / T. B. I1UGKR.IJeit | We nre authorized to
Judiciary of our Bute, jnrtly a of the of IBM. aay 0 _
I to tW C ii titulO! "ihoold have .ration a.Uro system may b remember when In 1819 or'4t\he withdrew from +-C Comg and Asa't Coast Survey DAVID 8. WALKEK of this city aaa: candlda

Tb rimr I IMTB presented I Wld: to be against the Ftotitia\\Al; \ we uninteresting or'lliD.tMttre practice as fen Attorney because, a* he stated in 1.1. for the office (.f Associate Justice of the Barren.6
J entered the after Judge Baltzell himself of the 1RC5. the advertUenu of hiw Incompatible To'roLA4I3Acu.U.aCO.atSUrTey.ii October elecll
he n.
: taUM. At the 'omUnCfmtt. year only found the practice WntLlngton.Tb Court-of Florida at the ensuing _
i; 'C the t'e { ip-ii JdiciiI' rti1JQn 1. had commenced war, ooprovoked and trY road in existence within the entire limit* of the with his dot. as a profewor of religion. Snp't. ,-- ". CHA,
: lIon
friends of
.c/, 11i p.rcr.ir'po" )/ ovefdi\'n( toaU\uanfe! S long ache confine JDJ State wu between T.U.llal and &Murke-a His subsequent evidence resulting that in this of the he had practice acted in hastily 1841 I Florida a Hall Xtoada.A B. PvPOKT The annoqaee him a* a candidate for tie

C' for the.actual? :BM' ,Jive. In the. .i&alof. the publi.lirnhls4oi>iDI.' which of itself .a distance of 21 miles. Although .the best the country and.all wisely. Hi*withdrawal fo the reasons assigned letter from President J. P. 8jn rtojc dated office of Chief tl\ee of the Supreme Court'.-f

Good, tlt) BrAutifol and tbe Tice ; U is tbus proceeding so remarkable .to excite the ridicule afforded," i it was a poor affair a that With a !fmf to east a stigma upon the bar, but the 12th instant/to a gentleman of this city, saya Florida. 0 4
of neighboring States we were content afford had ceased all n the sine rity of his avowal and his of 1.1t. give the -
liir htize! holy opirationi and high t common flat rail, laid on string-pieces,i the Charleston) C'ofcrur Saturday &Wcet
men C. C. YONGE Esq.;
intention and when he more announced
and honesty once Information GIT ,
column :
him the free dour en and
t y uch is the t tdardof. unrequited us I to be anything more than a "ole.lloN"aptog it was I following ,Interesting encouraging his friends tn tfce
aim;' nljove & Joftj k I himself a* a practising Attorney Florida is hereby presented by
I N whieh oall others durc.the affliction :wihot comment,but when lIe I for a railroad; but with the p..g of the .ct"t universally believed that mature consideration,notself I concerning the great rail road enterprise in Florida: voter of the State fur election to the office of A*

: th Jixiiclarj, & retorted to a alias and cnpt into the editorial provide fo and encourage a librl system of Internal interest or necessity, had wrought a change in Houston ha eloskl contracts for iron to bring his sociato Justice of the Supreme Court on tbr fint

tLcy *io. *lemnljr. bound fo vndeavpr to wnctunt'forbearance, ceased to b\nue The improvements in this State,.approved January his' titws. No one for a minute supposed that hi. road to mine at Lake City-over 6000 tons-and Monday of October next_. _
1 religion duties interfered with his profession ai a will lay Iron from both ends as soon asiresebLakecity
At all events for the take of only surprise that ire should have opposedhis I and Impetus -
maintain. .tot I 6th 1855 new hope were inspired a new lawyer, or that hi* professional duties derogatedfrom with our road will be 1st January; and we 3iF We 'are authorized to lUmoanco

dignity of ktation, of purity of motive, of independence election-but that any paper in the State given to the public mind. The encourage hi. character a* a sincere Christian.-Srnlinel, confidently believe that we will have the roads D. P. HOLLAND Esq.. ea a candidate for A*

of judicial character, let us be should have favored'it, especially after his ccnsura menl" afforded by that net, led to an efficient re"orgaiiizAtion September 2l). through toTslhah.sseeb' 1st July. I lave all the I elate Justice, at the ensuing election,In t1c ot.cTnex&

ble course had become puLl. It has afforded no of the various Railroad. Companiesthen Very well said Messrs. Editors of the &..tiftl.no iron for my road. Mr. 1 nice lila has There bought has nearly been I _
the which
completes
judicial ,
derogatory spectacle tons
pared 1600
: pleasure t us t oppose him. We have done i in exietence-the 'etsacola < Gtrga. the matter what may have been the tnotite in referring ] purchased Ity the three road, within the last six ESP The lIon. JOS. McCANTS

decisions pronounced or reversed under pop. through a f'nl of duty and from a conviction that Gulf Central and the Florida-nnd of ti what many here remember." But prettily I. weeks 10.000 tons oflron and seven locomotives. Middle Florid 1* hereby presented by his friend

1 d/dictation. VINDEX. his r election would reflect no credit upon our Ju such might conduce t the end in ,it.At ..- a 4he story 5 i. told I it does not happen to be I. This looks well for Florida internal securities improvements should to the voter of the Mate for election to the office

diciary. lithe people shall think differently,so be 'Itp. although each of these companies hadan trite. We have the highest and best authority for I and credit command of our ready securities sale Our at fair prices as the of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on the fint
a
it It their to decide the matter and full of earth bad that DuPont entertained or ex- now Monday t in.October next
: ; i province orgniztion. yet not a spade saying Judge never completion of our road Is reduced to a certainty.

Inribhf1 & |DiirnaI.TALLAHASSEE with their verdict we shall be content, fur the aim- the track of either one of them pressed such a sentiment eitlur. in Lie advutii _-b. --- | We are authorized to announce

pie canon that from their decision there .U be no I nor bad there been a survey of the routes proposed mcut" or otherwise, lie retired from the practice BlT TELEGRAPH. Hon. ALEXANDER McDONALD a candidate for

-' -.r----- ,.---- ,---- _.- -- appeal to be pursued. Itut what !a been done In the of the law in 1834, not .
: I tnt 11"ge. the St. Marks road 1.8 been graded being incompatible with his duties ns a prof.sor LATER FROM EUROPE.ARRIVAL : I (InCEST COVRT.

-- .Judge IVright and Annexation and with heavy rail; the Pen aeola A j of re-hiiion," but under the advice of three medical I I I _" We are authorized to announce
;
It r i I I.&TtTBDAT:, OCTOBER 1, 1859.t3FT I The Sentinel states, upon "the highest authority." Georgia graded to the 8u\1"ormt and ia in proccw I ad\iMr.,(among whom was Dr. J.T. J. Wilson, row ggg; OF T1IK I J WAYLES BAKER an a candidate fi>r the office

tb.1 Judge Wiight .i If not nn imnexationlst" We of rapid completion to Lake. Ci-a distance of I of tin coun'y.) who deemed such II'.ll'p absolutely I of Judge of the Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida,

I Tbe regular toeathly meeting .f the Tallahassee therefore give him the benefit of that denial with 106 miles front Tallahassee niiles iionednnd I necessary for the preservation: of his life. lie resumed NORTH AMERICAN. at the ensuing October election.Bgf .- ---. .--.
-
4 Young Men's Christian Association will be pleasure and are r.joire to learn that lIe is opposed the iron purchased for the remaining '8 milts; the the practice in 1811, with restored l health I -- --"We-- --are-authorized to Announce

i4 J licit.t their Hall on Monday evening next at 8 o'clock. to such a measure. But, "hy is it that our Central graded from l.k City to Jacksonville, GO nnd with no conscientious scruples on the subject FCCTHBR POIXT Sept 25.-Th steamship Xorth J. MAXWELL FOOTMAN as a candidate for the

H. ARCHER, Secretary. neighbor has again omitted ti correct the errone miles-40 miles ironed and the iron procured fur Will the Sentinel make the proper ame,dcf But America has arrived with Liverpool dates to the office of C'erk! of the Circuit Court for Leon county

c' ? I impression created by .Crr Gordo" a* to the the bl.nc.; the Florida graded (I'OI Fernandina even i if Judge DuPont had expressed such n sentiment 14th LIVERPOOL insf COTTOI MAMCT.-The sales cf three at the ensuing election in October nextI5JJT

; Per County Comnata loner position of CoL Yonge OH the mint question? Sometime to Cedar KlI. 154- miles'--122 miles ironed and the we can see no objection to it Many able and days were 18,00tj bales-the market closing dull We are antliorized to announce

Ws hereby announce, and propose to the votersof I back a correspondent of that paper rcftrrtt to iron purchased for the remainder. Here, then, we ;i good men have entertained the views erroneously and pries easier but not unchanged. Some cir- JAMEb W. TUTEJT a* a candidate for th*
Leon County? Judge DuPont a the author of "Madison *-,e 1)Jf.including the St Marks road t/lr: ImitdieJ j jad i ascribed to him. It i is well known that lawyers cularsreporta decline of l16d.GENERAL Clerk of the Circuit Court for Leon county at the

I a It OATLIN'. G. W. PARKHILL..JAS. I denied the report and asked a correction. It furty-onr milt* graded, and IIN hundied and often engage in cases, in consideration of a largefee i NEWS. ensuing election in October nextfljgr"

I. S. RUST. J. L TAYLOR never been made; to that here arc two instances elerr fit* nuxed, and tilt iron purchased far e>tie which they know are destitute of merit.. Nut I The Chinese war had been renewed. and bloody 'Veare authorized 1(1r"qucst'ed

4 candidate for the office of County CommiMioner have been circulatedby this fact exert of I conflicts had taken place. !
it *i' I which injurious imprestiors hundred and thiity mile more-all accomplishedtiucc withfUnding they every power The combined fleets number two ships of the to announce COUNCIL A. BRYAN: for Clerkof

..:a* the ensuing t'l"clioD in Otobernext. I the Sentinel against t' gentlemen and \IJI the the passage of the act to which .e have re their mind to mystify the jury and make wrong i line, seven large steamers and ten gun boats. It is the Circuit Court for Leon county at the en.u'mi

MANY VOTERS. fact has been brought, to t\t attention of the editors I f.rred-ltee than t.t p'nr. In addition to this, a ; appear the better reason," aitd not uiifnqurtitlydo l believed however that nearly a year rourt elapse election in October next.

I they hare "5lhb .ld tI proper tl'c. W.wilj 1 bran.-ll rlll hat '",'I graded frln the main line (cf I tiny succeed. In justification rt sncli n ijn-s'iion\ 11 before anything deciiive can be attempted owing I r'i'i iricnds of DONALD
I
i Col. *. B. BIchardaon. lot say the oUli.8OI MHS intentional. I might the Pciisacola Georgia ro id lo Montiveilo[ distance able course, it is raid that it U the duly hf the lawyer to an insufficient land force.It t of Leona
A Is that there will be no interruption CAMERON present his name to the voter
; I A deserved tribute to the m<'mory cf thu crntletnaa hare been an oHrig1 and Juul.lle, but the of three milti-for TV hich the iron it now in tu .to all he possibly cnn for thy interest of to the China supposed tea trade a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court at th*

who died in Waktflla County the IBtb inst.. far net erthclesa exists. the State all of which will Le laid down and the I his client and Lord Brougham in justifying Phillips I election in October.

appears Under the obituary bud in another column. ----- branch opened in the c.un ten da}s. From the for having deft-nded and secured the *e>|tiittal ONE DAY LATEl:-ARRIVAL OF THE I TAX-COLLECTOR.-- .

::It was our good fortune to have known CoL Rich- We understand Judge alt
a : f rdon AT many year. and to esteem him as a the number of the 17th Inst., A joining with ( Tanipa. ha been g'ven out to contractor, some .: fur w."iieh lie was trietl, went *> far a* to say JAMES F. IIARLEY of Ct'lItrni11f'IIt'AndiJat"

I fi: :ebri.tia gentleman who'e exfII p.le. in all l the rt'I I 41 Lwn in favoring the issue of the v alidity of the considerable portion of which hiss also been (TradedIr. thtt this duty is of such binning.harncler and extent t r.A E. Sept 25.The City of Baltimore has I fur Tax Assessor and Collector of Leon county at

litioai of life was a model for imitton I county and town subscription to railroad in the view of theM accomplishments. in the face ofdiscouragements I 53 to require its discharge even to the snbver arrived with dates 10 the lIthe inst. the election iu October next.JJT' .

1: I present election a* suggested Ly .tIist unknown : which few sanguine enough ion IIf the government and ruin of he country !- I LivcRFont.: COTTOI MARKET.-The sales (v| Wednesday - ----- --
(1 dull I We authorized to annonncoJOfcHUA
.
1 Judge Forward. end in connexion the Republic enquires view cntertain) of the relation wire C.'IO* billemarket cloinir ; % are
be the
writer that would ever overcome, have not the I If thieve
I !to Ilf'fl.rl Pekin candidate for Tax
On a re-examination of the article devoted to l.ink L TheEnsli-h and French fleets. were W. SAUNDERS as a
) the first of the Floiidian, I : 0 people of the State the greatest of all possible c.ue which the lawyer sustains to his client there may I The sale of Cotton on \ Mne.Idayne 6.000 I Assessor and Collector of Leon county at the election

uage Forward on have page sufficient to I "Is the Supreme Court of Ig (hound.. hand and j. for r'30icngt We confess for one, thaI we can II well remain very great doubts in the mind ,>f a conscientious lale -speculator* and exporters cacti taken 1,000 in October next.
that cot justice
I I : we tl tone foot by the Supreme Court of 1856? Is the next scarcely l realixa that our rods nrc so near their certain man as to whether the practice of the bales.
: )Iim. Heis of purerevolutionarydcsccnt.his grand I the to fetter t lie action gggf We are authorized to announce
not
Congress or Legislature I with lie duties
as a
and it is a .fixed a wIe or be not compatlbU
? lather having served: in the1 'U the revolutionand I of every subsequent Congress o Legislature? Is COlptio yet fac& I"'e I GENERAL NEWS. JOHN H. RHODES as a candidate for Tax Asar-
c and determination of relicion. But there is a wide difference
: died a pensioner, and lila father served in the this thing to be done at this late 5 ear in the age of I Hrnct energy, a to I professor Scott fluasehl undertake to have the Great Eat- sor and Collector of Leon county at the nauiu:
the our eountryD' I all opposing difficulties, are about to I be : between a Judge and a practising attorney.The .- election in October.
: lo1lickll. cry conquer tern for sea in three weeks
I militia during the war of 1812. Dnrirg the Canadian o ready ,
I .!. crowned the \vreothofvictory.. one Is appointed to adminiftcr! JIM/UC the other had been renewed and the
The intelligent reader "il? be amaccd at EU< ,'iI May The Chinese war
which line reft :
,
t lebellionin itS7-8.lo ve red.he. Can it that the editor of the Rej>,b \- not all rejoice? What Slate con to so I Ie to 1troaeeuteand defend cases. In the first the very Chinese, in great strength had prevented the allied jgr MESSRS.: EDITOKS-Please announce
; the British Tories:on pint candidate for reelection ,
..Illr. into prison by qUCtOI b his office demand unbending Integrity I squadron, with ambassadors on board from enter- C. DEMU-LY as a
such time ? of honesty (
rfccttnnt( of his mpathy with the P.riol.. The lie. who is a lawyer i Is i ignorant of the very Aurbh much accomplis-hed in a "I'ort space I nature ing the I'ehio. : to the office of Tax Assessor and C,>llec-t"r r:

I Walter Forward of the Treasury un- ofl.is profession Are they nut full upon the Nor Elloulhe efforts of the extreme West be o"lr-I and strict conscientiousness-traits of char Leon County at the election in October n'xt
Jale Secretary
I II suggested.? What l"'Ye i.gno looked. Without at first the encomagcment"" nf-I acter the Sentinel cheerfully concedes to Judge Du THE SHIP I HELIOS.Ktw. MANY VOTERS.
cousin of Judge Ft. e
Harrison a
4crVencPal was -
piut --
i ;; -- ant a nt1 know that decisions by a Supreme forded bv State aid though subsequently obtained, I Pont; while the practice of the law may be carried OIlEA S. Sept 24.-The ship Helios and JCOG1 OP PBOIUTE.JJ

::1: Leaticlrpnl.liahidontbefirtpOgeOftO4IS'5tI : I C.Utt. under which rights have become vested, are our rlov-iizrnl of Pensaeola have steadily pur" Ii on with or without these essentials.The her The cargo loss is were estimated totally atone destroyed hundred bv and fire fiftj!last them night [ :: We are autlM)' rj" d to annoitncu

d otdlo the Lest florldtati, was prepared never overruled except fur the mo1 cogent rja sued their design of connecting their splendid Ray and dollars. The. ship Helio wa nn Ain rvan i D. V.. GWYSi a car, U-ikte for l'e eleetUm the

t I plp. List wetV i.ue. but was: excluded by. a I sons and upon a clear manipulation of error VW. with Alilmma. Success is about to crown their U- I above was intended fur 1.II.t week' Inpt'r.Lut vessel of one thousand one hnr.dred 1 urel thirtythree I oii; <." t.f .lv"e(f P*' lj.lt I f Lc>>n evnvty at the

:! : ; of li) he h.d: been npaind, III!'] t'ic-t: :. n in ()..t.i-! ,'-i-' 1'\-. -.- --
press ( Western counties but the requisite determination, I Ii <>f Quiney," through; the Rtpullir, hiss alto authoritatively was staunch in every respect --- -
eonld not JtUj In a late number of that I a doclelon h is been m.f upon solemn argu- : -\Venrc'.uttit'rLzwl ti) announco
L Im' "I I i furnioh them with the like facilities soon to be : denied our n 5ghl\or'# statement
1 editor dlll.th't a "bargain and rrcnt and mature deliberation, the presumption i i" to 1 CoL A. P. AMAKERasaeisnilldate i.e Judge cf
i a t? xi-!Ubeti. t.\. Baltzell] oo the inlrigue"I I In favor of its correctness; and the community havea I enjoyed by the others. Noticing that denial the &"tincl.np: SpmdENTIRELY l Uct1rc5. Probate of Leon eOI'-llty at the ensuing October

_1 the I rion-s R1IJ') tn. right to it a a just declaration or exposition I -. .- 44 We intended no injustice to Judge DiiPunt. and --- election. .
,2 tj matter whidic rtgr ---
a. ,"
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4i the Standard had inlim.. of and to regulate their actions and i The Author of"ladl n would willingly make the correction if the premises ---- -
iV .lrlaoDfie .nt contracts by it. It would therefore be extremely I The editor of the Quiney RtJbUr. finding him" were sufficient But what we said was founded NEW ENTIRELY NEW COUNTY SURVEYOR. -
fxist. In the next it ia said
.p possibly : (place that ""r --.H.nt to the puLJ. if precedents 1 ere not.I I. unable-even with the the information of n gentleman whose memory |5F" We are authorized to announce
I .?i. Chef Ji lice Baltzcll will not rfte .a generous duly regruc..fl W'fl, j implicitly followed. I upon the order and whose has WHAT IS IT ? JEFFCOAT a candidate for County Sur.
i* I date for Chief Justice to stem the tide of i is of highest veracity J. B. an
by ,
r aupjwrt" iu and abut Fernandina. .We expect," prlcutona1 mep can rire "safe\ IQ of"_cch to rlc who I which lias been setting unppu. never been qalIl on'J For further information un THAT WONDERFUL PURIFYING AGENTParby' I veyor at the ensuing election in October_urXL
4 t. _---i-.. _. tlOs larity steadily the subject however we refer to the file of the -
l ,: I.3.:0: -1 nct.can'. last month six weeks,haa lunuul t Prophylactic Fluid! -W-TI ; nt r8i ned'nnnollnce
to one,unless some change is wrought between now i each other. JUdlll.1 .I .ib I Baltzell for the or a------ --.J -UiCdvuanLi wire thjt therein I
"tii"ld .
lj and the disregarded. ve should In"ne" Inca 01 m trui]IJHSU Iry.. Th Republic doubtless firming Lit Information." *_ k ; :: ; I ljjli- fur nuUUtV.Sllt VCVfur thTecfion.
-election. Indeed (
in the whole place we dls\r rr ff 4- li **i>rfTffiSrltKnjlf'TS1L ;I //k'lM 1't e L 31. BLAKE.SHERIFF. .
know of but three TJaltzll men, and two of them great land marks of When : rule .I thinks that if it cannot keep the Chief Justice That our cotempornry's informant mud lie mis' is a Chemical Union of materials provided by

Y doubtful. There be but Ilnn'I I been once deliberately y udopted and declared il I from fulling, it can at least belabor ns!I I this taken will be evident when it I* remembered tjjat IT herself for rendering pure the air we .

may more, they ough not <, unless by a Court of ap course affords the editor any consolation,he is hereby the "Quiney St'ntinel"1"as not established, to the breathe. It. action: ia in obedience to fixed law,. oWe are authorized to announce
.4 l .J come t our knowledge. Next the editor denies or review and never by the same Court, exceptortery
authorized these h's best of our recollection, nntil about QUICK SURE POWERFUL Mr. JANIELJOBNSON a* a Candidate for Sherit
whereas
i that Mr. Call] become the ( cogent reasons, and upon a clear manifestation I by pre..nt t expend 1840 I II I
"Il icons of of Leon the election in October
T supporter of error; and if the practice were oUIfr\1"iS harmless malice to hi* heart's content In vitw of Judge DuPont withdrew from the practice of the I It purifies dwellings sinks, kitchens. County at =

: Judge n" If, continue our cotetnporary, I Col. i would t leaving us in a ltt of perplexing un I the trouble lIe had in apologizing fur and trying law in 1624.: It removes all offensive odors ; I I We
authorized
j Call vote for Judge Bultrell A all, which h is still a certainty I t the Jaw. language of Sir William 'I I It curer burns with instant certainty; DC/3 are to announce
I justify as let of wisdom the wretched blunders It is the best used for fresh wounds. RICHARD SAUNDERS as candidate for re- lte:
matter of doubt, will because Judge BaltzellIs Junes i* exceedingly forcible qn tin point- I preparation ever
'li in lii I b 'No man,' says he, who i not lawyer would : of Judge Baltzell, (admitted t be such by his Is It a Contradiction It destroys all vegetable antI animal poisons; lion to the office of Sheriff of Leon county at the
i I
opinion, a sound
I remarkably lawyer, tcr know Low to.act; and no man who i is a l lawyer i best friends,) it would fe a pity to deny him the In the opinion pronounced by Judge Baltzell on It relieves in a few seconds the bites of insects, election in October iext.JVSTICIC .

&e.Le. would, ia many In.tanf. know what to adiige. I privilege of abusing somebody. But the cdl" the 14th April, in reply to the "expunging bees etc.

I t In the Mime article, (_hich i is a nnnsuilly temperate unless Courts were bound by authority as firmly as poor should do it his and order," speaking of Judge Pearson and the effect It scatters boils when forming ; OF TilE PEACE.
one in its the Pugnn deities were supposed to be bound L tor on ewn relpon.iWity not It soothes boils when formed, and heal them AVe are requested to announce
Ii eJi except spiteful fling at us.f there which resulted from the older for his arrest the following
S. the decrees of fate?" } take refuge behind remaiks made by another press rapidly.It EDWARD M. WEST .-.. a* a candidate for the
"mean"
4 I a .1u*ion to the Fori al. as contemptible which warrant no such inferences as he deduces.We .- language occur: is good for carbuncles, ulcers, corns and sores ; office of Justice nf the Peace for Leon county at the
1' .it is uncalled fur. The opinion of such a man a KENT may not be refer to the article quoted by him from the "The terms of the Court have Iwen since held It cleanse the teeth and purifies tint breath; ensuing election in October next.

T quite I weighty 8 that of the editor of the Republic and not adjourned and the public! business transacted I The worst symptonsof Typlioid and Scarlet Fever

-f. The Flortdlan and Judtje Baltzell. or of even some others, 1,11e apprehend that Apalachicola Commercial .Advertiser. We venture and parties litigant no )longer kept waiting, for are mitigated by the use of this Fluid; it has been

; tE : Some "..of our friends, for. whose opinions we fashioned people will prefer to rest under his to say, from our knowledge of the( editor of that although the infirmity of the eyes has continued I known to check the spread of Typhoid Fever in FaraihVa Jt1u bbrrfisrn nfs.
almost to the same extent, the and
and his knowledge of ns, that imputationupon Judge not hating upon plantations.
rnterUln paper n
high regard, have complained of the authority rather than permit themselvea to be car the truth of our single denial ns to the authorship been able to reAd, vet there ha* teen inek an improvement Leading physicians are using it in Charleston -
: t Floridian for its opposition to the re-election of rie away 1)3the electioneering clap-trap of re a* to tnalle film to write." I lumbia Savannah Augusta, Atlanta)Macon

iPj Judge Baltzell; but perhaps when they shsll eon sorted t in this election.So of .1disD" .. intended and that, Here is a distinct statement by Judge Baltzell on bus. Montgomery Selma Mobile and New ce-j GRAND OPENING

I L 1 elder all the circumstances our cone will much for the question I. the Supreme Court moreover, he can but regard the puerile though the Bench that the sight of Judge Pearson had so I The Hospitals of New Orleans and Mobile OF THE

.. I 'pear 1 very oljecttonable. In the outset IO\.p WA of ]eGO bound by that of 18ifi?" I carefully 'ordt altmpl. on the part of tll Repu6- fur improved as to enable him to write. Stick a ,I using it.Hospitals. ,corporations, ship musters ninnuf.ictu NEW STORE MONROE STREET '
lie make and
to it so ns impertinent conteruptible.
1 : our intention to remain in a position of neutrality. J.t pass on to the other inquiry: "Is the, next I appear I pin tIters Three months afterwards to.wit: on rers. planters, physicians furnished bj thu gallon at I ,
We remark in the
same connc-clioo I
We preferred that fiosition, not bftu5 w e were o the next L-jis'aturc to fetter the action the iClh July the Chief Justice took it into his reduced rates. LAWRENCE OI1LMAN. PaoFBtrroa.
Congel that Judge Baltzell was the first person that we ; I' Fot sale by druggists and merchants 0CmZENS -
country
i t 4 different .t the reult but from considerations ( every subsequent Congress <;r Legislature I head to overwhelm his opposers by writing Jefertot. gene '
heard who ascribed the of"MaJi-oii1' I rally from whom orders solicited.
i are
authorship
respectfully of Tallahassee and and afran-
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t relating to the future "'ellting of the Democratic That will depend upon the nature of their "action.' c In that anonymous production speaking again Try at least one bottle. Price 50 cents. Follow vicinity invitedto
but denial and the therein respectfully
to Jndge DnPonr on our are
I party in the State Had Judge and the If either simple Pearwn and the
law which his
BlteU. passes I competent confers aright Judge improvement to eyes, direction
I call and examine for themselves new and elegant -
my
offer furnish the of the writer to
;1 papers engaged in IlillUppr reciprocated this upon an individual or corporation, they effectually to name any person the C. J. uses the following language f3F Manufactured only in the Laboratory of Stock of

Q t titude and been t the election fetter every 'rataeqnrnt Congress or Legis.lature" who felt aggine by his reply,, that gentleman He [Pearson,] says, his fig1Jwas so far im- J. DARBY. Auburn. Ala DRY OOODS. CLOTHING,

I ..t upon the issues placed before the \-1 from depriving the party or | of any I promptly o an act of justice to a rival candidate r.rond. as to enable him to take his seat on the For sale in Tallahassee by AMES A LIVELY, FANCY GOODS. HATS A CAPS
should pple. I"rie I corrected the report far as he had been in. l the term in Jacksonville: Yes.just that and by Druggist generally throughout the State. SHOES t BOOTS EMBROIDERIES, ic.
have raised
not our voice one or of the rights thus conferred this I f
I : way tle or Upon N.re..n winning soils ores, water,Ac, an-
and farther! This
gnted. he had
p other. But neither Judge B. nor Ihe newspapers point, as upon the other, .the ') are full and I strumental in circulating it in thi. community. We I far nt all improved times, and never no lost ; lie was capacity able to get 011 alyied can hare it done on reasonable terms by send I and a grat mm j other articles too nnmeions to raerj:

1 committed t him,w'er disposed to permit the canvass complete. Thus the Supreme of the U. in i mention this by way of showing the editor. of the the bench, but ability to read and examine the law, ing to Prof. J. DARBy. I lion adapted for tbe City and Country trade, now
Cur R. for Purchasers will find this Establishment -
at
t that who has been I March 12, 1859. 11-ly open inspection.
to proceed thus quiety. The Family Friend, Fletcher. Peck. ((6 Cranch., 87,) (.dde that i I Republic Judge B. long" acquainted to contract and compare authorities, to master cases *_ I the very Late t Style of tbe season.A .-
with in the editorial does by an examination of the records, or lIT lflritt and
the PeniwnJar and tbe when law in its and absoI I us profession this business and first rate
Tampa Quiney Republic f was nature a contract, read opinions from the bench-the itidi penftable Common sense rules the mass of the people, what- long experience in con
each engaged I lauding the.C. J. to the sties and lute rights hue vested under that contract, I repeel not require "two denial. of a thing to make. good; I requisites of a Supreme Court JudgeI.tad not at ever the misnamed and misanthrope philosophers may say I '" enable the proprietor to progress with the
we to the contrary Show them a good thing;ieilt. merits be and_produce new and fashiomble od* at the
; I in disparaging insinuations against pt her candidates of the law could not divest those rights! nor ]! "hal IY. 0---- the terms held previous to the.order of arrest, nor clearly I demonstrated, and they will note beaitate to give It age of the and g the most
opening sen* n', thereby keep
3 r and t add t the already existing nctflent.Judge annihilate or impair the title).eo acquired. A grant Not True. I at the term lit attended aftertfards." t I their the mosteordiat judgment patronage.era phyalelan.The concerning masae bar the already virtues r of1I03TETTKUS tIfled attractive Stock in the city.

i I; I Baltzell himself mtere the arena over tl.e Anonymous I from I Slate is A much protected by the operationof The editor of the Quiney Republic speaks of" a We venture to suggest that there is a slight con I BITTEKS may be aeenln the DqnanUllee Having a ''opted the long standing motto
of this medicine that annually cold In
'I | are every
1 signature ot "and the Constitution from individual communication being sent to ns for publication tradiction here I The first paragraph state that SALES SHALL PROFITS "
L Jefferton. in that capach/ an a grant one aretloo of the land. III I is now recognized greatly aaperlor QUICK AND ,
the author of which we revealed. The "com th* sight of Judge Pearson had to all other remedies vet devised for dtoeaaea,i so far improved Aa
.uie Judge DuPont with a bitterness scarcely to another and the State is as much inhibited from ana, diarrhoea,dysentery,dyipcpata' and for the we venture to astonish purchasers with our low prices
) It (equalled in a political campaign; but it was not I mpci.-ing; itt own contracts, or f contract to which I! munication" referred to is "Jefferson." Now it is to enable him to "rite"-thl second says no suchimprovement various re-n that arise Iron drraagement ol those portion I I and hope b/ strict attention to the busioeis to

true that that communication was ever sent to I had taken place! How i is it? Who niche.ystem. JIOIIlf'1ter'lll.meltnpldlJ I becoming a reeeive a liberal share of public patronage..
until the same it is from the !: ,
,4 gentleman, through the editorial column lisa Its impairing contracts Ja hold world from thIns to Texan from the chorea nt ( hnuse-I L.OHLMAN.
the pI1t. uojfor publication. We copied Hat our own instance will solve the difficulty TThe.Fernandina lantic to the 1'acidc. Try the article and be Mfofled.ODITCART. .
*of had Conu
Qminey ; 414.
Republic, outraged all propriety l>t\cen t\o 'fYJdun1-Kenfs p. j I I I October 1, 1839. 40
:: and decency by comparing Judge DuPont i Thus have tlt question* of the R'p"Uic been | and for the Ienefl of our readers, without consultation : --Route i I :----

: and his supporter.in their opposition to him to latUfiutorily answ crco. I i ia H'l that one Supreme ,i or advice with any \body or from any furt.I I Tli* opponents of the Fernandina Route says the ; Atlanta Medical
College.
Pled at bin resIdence W/akoHa county Florida on the i i13th
I
a the JJlack Republicans of Oho, that the Flvrtdian Cur can bind another, ariu one Congress or Logi. j i Xor was the re.elatiol of the author's name,as I Charleston Courier of the 17th inst, have frequently I intt. Cot SAMUEL B. KtCHAED ON.ID the GOth -.- .

*' ; determined to throw aside all semblance of neutrality I ature "fetter" the action ofni.\ ?qnenl. Con;resijes | falsely stated by some, made upon the authority of : I and confidently asserted that the depth of water 1 yrar(J,.l.of c.ht wu.age.a native of South Carolins,but imms-str-d! to |I I PREPARATORY COURSE

j ; and ascii ,het little influence could in 'fleeting or Leg lutures. Had we space.we shorld like to ,i proof slice-ts," (which, by the by were sent to us I I1.ih at Cedar Key*-the terminus of the Florida RailRoad Florida the year 152?.and was ODe of the very earliest addition to tbe legnlar Coarse of Lectures,

$ his defeat Jndge Baltzell had already done upon the constitutional inhibition which fori i no injunctions of secrecy) but by express vol' I on the Gulfor Western Coast of Florida-was lien where of he the continued Illrk Town tn reside Hammock, beloved In Madison IN opens on the first Monday in May.a Preparatory '
I d.fl JI from whom the until about the ISM,when b. Ott.a tet-I of instruction baa been ablwhed..
course
: enough. in hi. permission a g gentleman I I year
I
dogged to hi nntary t
attempt dragoon ..iJ'A h'gislati cc hotly from ingrghu zto.2ilired j not sufficient for the purpose and object contemplated. j. all the attribute and social virtue which are 11_ The second session i of the Prt'parat.o.'COun..i11
cuociate into holding Court in of all C. J. Lad admitted the matter, be stating t ns at make oae asefiil lu bla family and hi* country,the
a and
,101.li\)1 under its own authority. Nothing can ) In reply to these cavils oljections, we on the first Monday in Novambr next and continue -
b eealtJ the time that he had made the of deceased was poaaened with his ran star II. loved his open
r precedent end in contemptuous disregard of the I than that inch inhibition cxifts, and if so, with 11leuu | inquiry Judge need no other or better reply than is afforded in I eonntry well,and at her call never laflad to reepond. Dnrlna until the last nt the following February.
.unanimous decision of former Court well in \ \ KilUcll in the presence of another sad with the the last war with Great Britain be netS hla mil term a* a Lecture will b. given daily by the regular Pro-
a as .
Lieut.
the ufJudgeDehtzell the following official 1 of T. B. Ilccra,
a supportrrs couten4hat I view of making public the information lught1 i 1 report i soldier,I* protecting the shore of Its native State from Invasion femora of li>4 l l1ltioa. with .rvaminatixa and Iu-
Ms unlawful effort to deprive citizen of hisliberty, I I rights which have become under legislative in cxmmand of the U. S. C. 8. steamer Walker. I ; and to tboae who remember and reeided la Middle
I teetiuol ooodoctsxl the tinmnirr Cvorae.
UIt.e But wh'iitbeRduM sore about the fact being ; Florida daring the BemlBoto war U la needto lo say hfally asia regular
L to pr"tk storm of indignation from one end ofF : luthority in the first instance, and, secondly under : 8 contained in a letter to Pro A D. BACHE the discharged: bla daty In those dark sad pertias. This Preparatory or Winter Course I flat be regarded -
the State to the other I at this behind known that Judge Baltzell had abandoned his propcr ;: lio-I not only aa a privates In Use ranks bot-nlao n Lleot m aa a requisite lo Bbrwfll it be
; getting ananonymous o i decision of .bis own solemn argn !' i tinguished Superintendent the Coast Survey eommandra*the militia between tbe Aneflla and Sawanne pre graduation.
and himself iu the I Ct.ur.H.iu name and as ;ime'l an OMUIn one breath that rtvmr.-4bIa tatter poatUoa Gov. K.K.CaO. reovoiied aa a regu'ar Course .
I signature seating Bent and mature decision aequi. I UNITED STATES ScmvEVlto STKAXEK Waucca, ) "orlr
The ,not benefactor 111. fee Jbr the ia i lUMlL which
the proceeding, while in another it I people are morse ffty
i editorial cKtir of one of his organs, ".a tiling so I seed In f<'r year ariti trade the .basis of extensive t[ paper justifies NEw You August 10, 185. J f called on him to repreaent their lotereata la the LegWatare, amount will b. deducted i from tit fc.. ",ed oftboM
unheard of In candidate for judicial station that whine and gow1 over the I right Dear Sir:-I beg leave to call your attention toa and be .. an active,efSetoat and ud'IrberolIIe but take Summer
f transactions banking and otherwise, under which f[ expure. Territorial Senate of Florida. Bat white thoa actively engaged who may the ensuing Regular .
ve Wt It a patriotic duty labor for his o"Crhrow. I the Legivlalure itself enacted slew I why get wratliy the. \ .been undeceived point in regard ther..nneyr't.he Channels In these poMU dallas and attending to the pecuniary Conraev
t lode ? If the preparation nod publication of of Cedar Keya made by the Hydrographie party Intereetaof bto mtty.ii is a sauTe. of reloleiBf tohtoawvtrlng Clinical Instrnetioo will be girrn.a in the Regular
b That i mny 1* tti that .>'e do Judge Iklucll no I hanging the mode J.y wLich a.tminrrtor sad j "Jefferson" good thing, why, havingit under tny command 'hat December. The course of friend that in the prime of Hfe be took a deeidwl Courae.
wasp Clde10 stand for Christianity and moral and united himself tu the .
I injustice in OKribir.g to l Mm> the patently of the : t invest the of esUUa and how ? our sounding led us to a better knowledge of the
may money known that Judge Babsell & i ro mattr Baptist Church,of which he Deed a va!tab)* member and For fui'.hfr irif)rmatici address
I ofleukive article which appeared in the fcflitofthe ; wstds-.n \* annihilated and swept Northwest Ch.nnel..I.ich is found superior to for .IIJIbl.rn tn Ms ncljtoorbood. I J. 6. ..WEifrW.ELA,. Dean.For .
a".11t I IiJCA 9Ir4.rnator ifonglaua aa a RJatrtriaui the Channel now la use, In several It is Cot. frhar.wm'aease -
b 6th of August lust, we will state that tlie direct 1 one dash of Ma "m..trly" pen? Isnoi' such respect ,hU widow, surviving childmn and fanlllea bare great Oct.I.l'53. 4u-S -
a aaya and of
It must aeksw.sledgetlaatJudge Douglas more direct wider deeper capable binj .
i b enoiolaiinn that however painful to part with one in kind
; qnMion rsked of that paper as lo authorship of f the most pr .| .M lcrou* that ever ectercd the f the Washington Constitution,has been at least veryonfortnnate. t connected with the line of Rail Road represented and aBeettonale,their loaa la bla eternal g liw May t"'ud |
_it : that tore ai-tiehez I l"l. eroded ly the editor.I .- I brain of tuen to 1 Judges and the ad by the line drawn from the point narked A to B bereavement to hie family reaoK In good to them both In Sale.
I lie lent all around the bush. l'inl occasion to niuktratore of aspiring jtoliett If.the Constitution in many intnee wherein 'lie' ZI undertaken and C. The Road from the point A can 1 earned Ume and in eternity* and may all profit by hla example.eUUOUfltt1fltflf L A STEAM KILL with Circular Saw and Grist
rr to historical facts. enlastatements short wharf the 12 feet From this
present by a enrve. MM aUac&ed. aixUn good running order. Engine -
indulge i h. abuojve pet toual fling at ns, but d-xl libits the Legislature front ]sing the weight of a
f't" are 1 frequent, and 1 easily exhibited wharf the channel tea is direct and plain-of not of twenty her**. power. Two large Cylinder
4 $,tcslio*1. .Silence gives eD*eDt." We appreciate anger upon vested rights, Is a Court to play at tenpins by reference to the legislative record, a* to excite I leN than IS (twelve) feet at mean low water Ore of CanMbaitscorr. Boilers. Large Trench Burr Stone, m a word aa

the cditot't aulanl J'.kmmn 1 He could not with those same rights! But we forbear.Vrtnrately .- the friend well as. ANew of the most important points gained by this additional outfit ooenplate. Situated he, milt north of M"nnu>2

admit lie! truth without compromising his friend. the people are their eyes openTheyarebegitinimg "OD4( *a* opponents. Urrainn will be the gala of torn.twoor three too in Leon eoontj. Fries two tb aeaid dolUn."
getting T temporary notices and account for his coo time New Orleans corr. about Pe -
bluster hour ia by thebostsrtzimningto Said Mill baa been Bowled three!"
The could tin and dance
lie to
the
rn to pee tha.1 eren fiendeot duet ia tb'w respect as follows or any other w : cronrd the Teach it he does not, M that I A i Judge the Bench arc not above tot far to Southward B. D. of Pen acokas
point. ulon retorting It can lie explained only upon the supposition by being compelled to mo so WRIGHT a candidate for near the 'prtmi..ho; will give any in mnv.
Lit yrl1 s i. K e. nfi-sU.n of the truth involved h .. r.f in .K.** sc that 111 jjray W kept in that.Mr. Douglas full well knows the laxity O/MOJT IBi" to eler the Rest which extend some mile to the the office of Chief Justice of the Cnpreme Court of 0 two desired ,A. M.October MANN ? G.

In ..:r !;.-jV A-. I i.11..n11 that Jn-r' rll_ Ij I ..11..... I II "..t".rt. in rcf'r"i"to. eves HI" mot rcCrq'a StIwsr-i' and W-nri f'f.a 1IrcXesr.. and floq hia 1,.1859. .. .fJ-3111' 4V

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: ssESTABLISHMENT. -I/ saoo- : tW.4Z1D.I "- FAL"L..AND 'W ir&iit: GOODS ; -. ;

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--=-- : BT )(. t. FF.BITGOYEOR'by7L itJ1 A: EkB.ACla' KTMY.ClASr Of GOODS COLD .IX THIS XABXZT VIZ : .
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THE SUBSCRIBER... WllEREA8.llIf.wm.tJon baaIisoqttrn&&a'tis! : Capita] Prize $100,000' .. .
I purchased i-- that 1\ ilLam >Cam iI- LADIES DRESS GOODS,

the interest of the late ; charged with tile murder -of Cl>arlr. -'BeP'J' Of Style and Fabric t TLe following. MAOITIFICSXTSCESSfBlwill .
DAVID E. IIIJLL.ir in:tbe County of Cuiombia U a fugitive from j justice every ; 'II
be draws by Woos, Boor &Cn..Manc.v.: w I 4 4I
I the Currive, SaJdUry.tand Now. therefore in order that tU Mid William.. I
llan>ess CiisinWs,'; __ Adams may U brought *w trial| I. MADISON H. : Black and Colored Silks, ofery. Style ; I ublic.under the mperintetideac oOooKniauwiri.: .

tn lung kept by Lira, I I PERRY Governor State of Fluridii,io hereby : Iu October. 1859. ..... ;vOl&sjB >.

_would respectfully in : offer tbereward of Two Hundred dollar t.r tbeI VELVETS CASHMERES DELAINES ; I ,2KTo.. rJ7.0.h:
.)," the inlmbilactsof _..?'- I apprehension and delivery of I the said Adams to fhei />fotrt ort Saturday, Oztolfr 2!M. ib:3. : : :acBN"S L K;0 N and adjoining i I Sheriff of Columbia eounty. American, English and French Ginghams ; J I onnet. Belt and Trimming Ribbons ) f ;_ *. ,
Counties, that be will continue the busines mph it. MEM lIi"i ADAMS aboutfir feet inch -
I seven .. 1 Roaches OX THE THREE '
IMPROVED DOUBLE LEVER SCREW Piisits French Flower. ; NUMBER PLA .
; ?;
branches at tbe Old Stand where' may be found at ra high; thick set, square' t.U>ulder d. arid would
all times a Bonne's! Shakers and ltlr>omers ; | Dress Trimmings ; .
Cotton Packer. weigh about one hundred and seventy pound, fWiil
Numbers . 13 Drawn J3aJbtf.;
I dark auburn liair when short but I lie .
complexion, -
SUBSCRIBER NOW Rociatrays, Buggies Road Wagon<< Saddles,' geti LADIES' AND XISSEif FURS;
OFFERS l to the
pub when allowed and his .
THE rediab: to grow, curia over bead .
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Hawthorn'* Improved Double Lever Screw Harness, Bridles, \Vhips, Trwni-i Nearly mu Prize to two' Tit1.clI.l. .
0 I almotfto) a kink. He waa clEan\ shaved wLen tut{ .-'tJ Velvet, Itloir. Antique and Cloth Mantilla Sliaul, Ragtnu Capes. retry ,
and Machine.
Cotton Pnrkrr Belting aud is about .five
aeen. twenty or thirty
forpackinsOXE OR TWO BALES at a time, by i Of eve,,, variety. And in hot every article usually I of age.: lie La. a downcast and icious look'yesre, and "*' and other styles in the Ladies Dress Goods Department, too numerous to mention. 1. GRAND. PRIZE OF .$19'9. ; 'qO.'

either baud or borne power; and for ease* sp ed and ; kept in such an establishment ; and he liop '* by at dark bide PJ''II. 1 FrUeof..f60.000: ] 63 Pri ,&.t.'ltoI
safety in packing.it; stand without a parallel. I trillion to the interest of Lie customers, to merit I In testimony whereof have hereunto set my S"ta.p1e Dry G1roods I . 20.000 1 u.\ . 100
have one of these screws on my firm with which I continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed Land and cauerd to loe affixed the Great .. fiFrizeaof. 10,000 6S" .. .. 7S
Lave euce fully parked both a..d two bale. at I upon bia predecessor. J. E. PURDY. I [It.. 8.] Seal J nf tbe State" cf Florida. Dune at tbe Blankets, Kerseys.; Osnabnrgs; 3. ., 7-8,4 Brown Domes'ic. Blue Denims, Hickory Stripes, 10 . 6,())00 I tiS'" ....' (4 \'

a time. and can .. f-ly say it is the bAt lLin Cctton. Hay or T..bacco. that hat ever ben The subscriber would also inform bit friends and Sept.. A. D. 185V.: Brown Sheetings. Satinets, Tweeds, Cassimeres' K y. Jean,, t 218 .. 600 j: 47.010 .... to

believed invented.and it* operation heed only be seed to be I the well public known that and be justly still celebrated continue the Agency of the M. 8. PERRY,Governor Fla. 'Apron Checks' Domestic Ginghams, Prints, I 8zJ9S Pruca..._ ....Amo'intingt.l17g' 1
.j. By tbe Governor-Attest; .
Being sole OTTIKT of the rntc-n:riM fw the United \VhfderYiIson's White Goods, & "., &c., &c.I -- t '
:: Setting Maclilacs.Tallsliaes.r'e. i t F. L ViLLincrK. WHOLE Ticuva $20 Huns tlO
States. I a.m prepared to dNrxxseof rights foi ten itoI I I I ; ; Qcu'ttbU. i
rigs of any size that may l>e desired. Sept SI, 1859./ S9 Sert.24. 189.Independent Secretary&9-4t of btate. I A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ; I be Certificates aold at the Package* in tie. above Scheme;will' i
I following rate.Licl1 is the k-- t
I am al llO fflzed in having: the Screws built in I'rets. Jacksonville Standard t Mariana r !1'1'I

this and adjoining counties. Persons wihing them) I! Fall and Winter Goods.WE .tn..t publish fur oDe month. < The Latest Styles of HATS AND CAPS for Fall and Winter! of 1859; I Certificate.. cf Package 0 of 26 28 Half Whole 11ebt- ..IUi.14960 00 '.
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built (tile iw*-.. will leave their orders at. and for ------- -- - --- --- -" I
further address the are now reen'ing onr new Stock of FALL Yankee Nails 'I II Quarter .14 00 i iI" 1
particulars tnWriber at Boston and WINTER GOODS MYERS & GORMAN Notions and Crockery ; Hardware, Iron and ; :
Tlioraa county, Georgia. I wrcaisting of the 28 Eighth ...tt"S7TLe ,
Oct 1. '5J'. 40-6ra JAMES C. IIOWELI. usual variety of .DEALERS IN Plain and Fancy Groceries ; .
DRY GOODS HARDWARE. following Splendid' Scheme will b* draws Lr p i
--- Notice. I GROCERIES hATS CAPS I'' Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and A Large and Complete Stock of Ladies, Gents, Misses, Boys and Children's WOOD, EDDY Lottery, each Saturday in OCTOBE ,
Plated Ware Fine .t" ArnQ.lt.
(
Guns "
rpIIIRTY day afterdate, I will apply"to the lion. I BOOTS SHOES, io, I Cutlery 33D33( L mJJ S HID( 9s 3 Georgia. :-

JL J. Wayle Baker. Judge; of the Middle Circuit which we will *ell at low price AND FANCY GOODS, ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF PLANTATION RUSSETTS. I Class 40 Draw Saturday Octobert\ 1859: :- t
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ft>r an order to sell the real estate belonging to the O. d J. MEGIXXISS. ARE DOW receiving their F.nan.1 Winter Slonlr, Class 41 Draws Saturday, Oct4er .8, 18iP if
estate of James T. Lipscome. late of Leon county, Sept. 17. 1869. S8-8L which they invite lie! attention of their ctu The public would do well to examine our stock<<: of Goods, which! we will un upon a* good term as any I Clan 42 Draws Saturday.'October 5, 1 an "' I
deceased. DANIEL WIGGINS.. ------ --------- ------ !I (omens and the public generally. houee in the city. [Sept 24, 1869. S9] D. C. WILSON SON. fall 43 Drags Saturday. October! J2. 186>.:' I,1
October 1, 1859. 49-4t AdmV. .$.pteniber 24, 1859. 39 Sentinel Class 44 Dnncf ,
-- -- Fall.and Winter Goods. _copy.FAliTTlSTEli _u_ -- -- --- &ttna ay. OctoUr 29, 1869.OFJIXQLB f

Notice. Now in Store. the Largest and Most Desirable GOODS.) : CHEAP GOODSTALLAHAS 0v TIIEPL4N 2UJUl Jtk. ) t:
o f Fall and Winter Goods we've ever had!, : I
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months after date the : will
SIX undersized pr. and we invite all who are desirous of purchasing to -o- I 50,000 Tickets!
< call aollef' tb'!m. To IX
our Carrell & Maxwell.
(If Probate ol Leon county as admini-ttator on the I NEARLY ONE FB12E TO EVERY: iIZZ TIaXr.TS
.*tate (if Jacr-b Stromau. deceased late: of said Customers Who Pay 1st January, o-
I '"T\ are now receiving our large and well selected I CRMD PRIZE OF .. .. .
county, and ask to l he discharged therefrom. or thereabouts we will sell as I low as any other house TE SEE. $30, OO.
WILLIAM L. STROV1AN, Adm'r.I I in the city and all who pay Cash 1 \ ) Stock of 1 Prize of. ..120.000 |I I Prixesof. .$Ioo

October, 1859.: 40CnmiTWlXTERGOODS. I F.UND WINTER GOODS I" 10,000 60 ..
.
Shall hare a Deduction of 10 per (('nt. -... 600
I" .
.
I 6.000 100 .. .
which will with 400
Any one buying largely can have an opportunity {)fdting compare favorably any other Stock 1" . 4.000 100 .
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brought to this market, to which! would invite ; 800
to at 10 per cent on cost for eAhTho! I we I" . "
---0- Stock unbraces e\-eiy variety usually kept in onr the attention, of our Customers, and to all others who ]NEW GOODS GOOD GOODS CHEAP GOODS. I 8,000 100 100.( II . 160
.
r feel to call ZOO
I I
HE subscriber disposed lu.
| are now opening ao eitexsive city, and it i i" unneceeeary: to paiticularize. Call and upon
JL and ....ell..t d Stork! of look and i if the Good suit -0- I Approzi'retj() Pn.-r..

FALL ?\ WINTER: ttOODS Prices Shall be !Made\ to Please: I DressGoods. Goods of the Best Quality 4 Prise- of J400 approV- $50,000 price{ ..art'!*1/00

to which they w.iul.l' respectfully invite the attent'n Many ofouretirtomere have not for Brocade: Silk! *. Double Japes. .. 300" 20.000 J.JCO
r.( intending purchasers In a iitioo i to their venal I lat yet paid up Kw: Poult de soire Silks Fancy Silks, i .. 250" 10.000"! 1,000
AT TIlE
Rn.ll'rt"\'ioul years ant it is imr(l15it.le for us to LOWEST-CASH }PRICES 4 !U" "
assortment of Gentlemen's 6.000
clothing, also $00
they are Delain Robes Bou'on de HoseXathilda ..
I meet 'ir \joent* without: Ioseunlesa'we
engage heavy .. ., 4 roo.
(opening supply "f Biys and Youths ClotLin a .. 4,009 800
class of goods: liithcrto irucL n<<<,euV: .11.l | niett the can collect ; and we hope soon to see .. Ol\ta., NOW OPEN AND SELLINGAT 4 150 II 3.0oo.r 600
demands the! Your.g America"T lIahue<-e. j \ll who are Arrears call and Pay .. Valentine. 4 N 100" 1.500 400

Their Stock consists in part of I r.Lat they can. ifit is but 5' r.r 10 cents in the dollar Shall]' Robes of all kin'Ja. THE I 5.0CO prizes of 20 ar*. .
I -t have it ---- -
ns hAYWARD t SOX
Ladies Dress Goods : I Sept 24, 16J3. 89 tf < : Shawls Mantillas I 3,4S5 r.irel amounting to. .. .. .. .,.. ? .

Black figured and aurwl Drew Siks! ; Gro du -- - -. ----- -- CASH AND EXCHANGE ROOMS -- -- -
-- --- ---- WSSOLZ TIC'lETS: $10 Huns
Riant Colored Silk'} lltl>ct. J Plii.l Ion.) figured colored: i j 75,000 Cross-Ties Wanted'OtncE FANCY & STAPLE ; $5 ; Qt".UlrDa $2 '

Silks; a fiue assortment of 'aU tro at the follow
e I Cj.lmitres, Debaige and LusrtU DB. Y Go- C) C> :i:) s : '
1II""It01l'Itnf j rates which is the risk:
Cashnine Rolx-s. Cmb'd CollaTe Marseilles! C' j Is full and complete containing in part as follows : :
Ire, .bite and cslweJ l 'l. Cnib'.l and Hemstitched j I Prints. Ginghams and Gingham; Kobes.Ora : Certificates..: of r.cbgeol II 10 WLole TUitU. .:tSO
F.annelWLite and (led Flannel E W S & 'fTCi 10 Half .40
HaiKlkerohiffi .
a general n sortrncr.t v f Sie i JacoI I E"clnu'a ) : "
PE & I
GA.
R
: > 10 *
Rj l Quarter .
n't anti Tlireai Erge: :au-l 11l8l"t ....\lu.lin.nd: i iINuibric Brilliants.' Marseilles India: Twilling Cloth .. .. 80
Fl'>Ulldu:'. Dim 'V Bands, Bla Blood Lace Louix-t. Belt and Cap Ribl "ns, VelvetRiblons. jflOPOALS mill be received ..t this, office. until nits Tweed Choctaws anJ Marlboro Stripes --- -
_I 15th October ne\t.: for furnishing Cross-Ties' for i stud Plaid Bleached and Brown Shirting, In ordering Tickets or Certificates endow? lU '
IVx>k Muslins, aieik Muslins that portion of the P. A (J. R. R. between Goodman's I Bleached and Brown Sheetings. Osna- CASH CUSTOMERS and PROMPT PAYING MEN if you will eXAmine my Stock before ordering amount rf money to our address hit what you wish
Jewt Certain and the Suwannee River. The Ties to toe of sound : L'nrgs: Kerfevs of all kind, Blankets turclul iug, you will fiud that I am selling goods of all kinds as to purchase; name the Lottery in which you wish it

S,,'i.. CAJ1'rc: gras; hg! pir.er light-M-.HHl: or stub! other timber us I Iti.t' l !, Railroad Blankets! ,Ciib Cheap :123.: Lt11L,1.LLoC: I invested and whether yon wish. Wholes, Halves or
Paris T..rl"'v8. Tn:;.n Xamsook Miikllns Lawns, I a unifoiiii thickness of six inches true and out of. tUinen Shawls as they are Belling in any city of simi:ar advantages ..red. b) first m\I..I'- '!L-r w.th the scheme.

nrr1liOl.IIit! aol c-ol....<-.!l. E.,) 'net and Silk Iliu- nmd, tn KK>W; ,' gt.t incLe heart (n anal r.1"C. to be ; Ladies.; Gents' Mi,.se*. B-IJS all,1 1 Children Gloves] of MY STOCK IS TilE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE I HAVE EVER; OFFERED AND Imraet tidy af.tr ite dnl"I v. a }'.tatec Drain : -:-.
.itlO, Kid Glon'lI. Gaunt! -''.Silk an I Thread vJlovi( t-ig1ot feet loiy;, with tbe erds cut off square, to be delivered I all kinds', Hosiery and U.'odkercLi.JlI.also; EMBRACES EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS REQUIRED IN THIS MARKET. II CertiLed ti by the Commissioners, will b* a aC
on the graded surface of the rra' in piles of with an Explanation.t5T" !: _

50 f'nl'h.100 f,-e: spartor at sndi other point as nisy I ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS Purchasers will pIeue writ 'blrsrj9stur
: REPRESENTED.
Bonnets, Bloomers, &c., I I leairted upo- the \ork: to be commenced immediately HATS it fir, HAEDWAEF
Ijulies Trimmi-J :,.ik. S,.:.m., White and Colored : after the contract i i. awarded. I Hoon A.; MIOES, CROTKERT tl t OL.\SSWASK, 500 rs. LADIES FINE DRESS GOODS I All communications atnctl' rifidentlal.T3T .
Straw: n"l'1uetfl. La I OF THE LATEST STYLES
Crapes \\".aths. Ru.Ji>-. id Fl.mcis.Mantillas Chief Engineer. AND BEST FABRICS. dntely! after the drawLr-otter prizes at the oa.1

m MaJiaon; Me[ ser'gor c.'py S times. Y.\SKEE NOTIONS. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, &c., time ofthilty d.1!'.
Sept 2., 1859. CO-StEICHABDSON'S I FOR GENTS AND BOYS WEAR. II Address Ord r-.<>r Tteii or Cerhll.dcS'to
: _._ __ __ .
J>IUG XATU', GRO 3000 PAIRS BOOTS::; AND SHOES COt..Georgi".
A general atoortment of Cloth Cloaks and Mantillss ToBAfHV. J.uAI1. LlQVORS, .... ...,_
vrk nnuu c" I v.QQD.vnW4
of all ec k>rs .izi'e and pricesFancy J FOR LADIES GENTS, CH" VI'. : v.". n uo- --i- .
,..'.. ,. '. t ___ Fruits and Vegetables in Cans."WOOD"RU"FF. nnn PUR ..L bu'iII t"Ua: l: : s.te CIKoiUe r.no1 ---- -- I ft/musa_o CUT, tf A lit of n.. -m\,... that are a : '
\\oo! 1 &i'1".l\nlt Hiave.._._ : DAMASKS, ,- ic.CIOX : NEGRO KERSEYS BY THE BOX, the wheel, with the amount of tb. Prim thak.frcsi,

i :':L'MERS (If RicniRro f.iness. and those i NEGRO BLANKETS BY THE BALE. one is entitled to,will be published after every draw-

& Staple Dry Goods. !irous of obtaining the pniHtne aood*, should j FP.OlNE'VPORT FINE RED AND CRIB .BLANKETS, lag. in the following' papers: Augusta (Qe*>.) Conttitntionaliist. -

Fancy Prints J/lil: / h. French") Amt'lirnn.I'rin. i see that the article they purcLult are sealed .ith 1 LINSEYS AND FLANNELS. Mobile Register, Nashville Gazette,
t 4 Muslins, Fivt.oli ginI l IJiijlslMerino'*. French i TRIMMINGS York Herald sod New York Times.
l-Jl=ton Gin latm. Iji! liib Chin'r P.lark Alp eea.. J. X. flTC1111.DMON, fOX & OWDEN. I AT RIBBONS AND ,
Silk and (\itton VU. .> White Marseilles. Priotcd LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. NOT. 14. 1857. 4 a
ts. is a guarantee of the soundness! and durability of tie 3d Station Walker's Mill --- __ !
Opera Flannels.: Ladies and Gent. White Merino I Good[ ,. 100 DOZEN LINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, .
Vests, bleached and brawn &l.irtings!! and She- ting Tim caution isretwleied essentially! nocessarr as .1 '"\"\TITH a good supply of B.-,g inij, Rope, Twine 200 DOZEN HOSIERY. Spring & Summer ,

linen Sheeting aud Sliirline bleaclted acid brown large! quantities of inferior and defaetife Linens are \ V New Flour Salt RICP. \Vhi key. Hani. Bacon HOOP SKIRTS'AND CORSE'ITS,
DriIliD Satinets. Denims. Cawmeres. brown and I prepared.) season after seawm anti sealed with the i Slionlderm. Cheese, Lard Butter,and Me s Pork. 0- @oois1859; !
striped OsualHirg Irish Linens, Hosiery. Georgia I name: "f fliiliardtoM by Irish, Houses who regardless j jI Sutfir. Tea and Coffee witb a good etock of Mullin's JACONETS AND CAMBRIC. .
Keiry and Plaras. Bed Bl.inVets, Negro IilanX :ls, j I of the injury thus inflicted alike on the Amerinin Tobjicco. -o- MANTLES AND, SHAWLS, -

blue green,inrlet and saddle lankeli.Gent's. fItlUIDt1' and tLc nu.oufacturaret'ftbe genutoeGoods I Dry 3-oods. CLOAKS AND TALMAS. WE are a larg now sod receiv full -.

will not readily abandon) business so profitable I Trade.HARDWARE. BLEACHED, BROWN AND COLORED DOMESTICS, I .
Assortnrent of everything in the assortment otSPJHA'G
Clothing. while purchanVs can be imposed OD with Goods of a BY THE BALE, PIECE OR YARD. !
I & SUMMER CLOTH- .
ItlaA: Cloth Co tl'. IWulm; C..II t*.Tw.-e<'. Sat K'1. I IIIn.l 'thl.- rfiaracter. CORNICES AND CURTAINS, .
BULIXJCKE A J. n.J..OCKE. Agent.! I f\ff Gentlemen's] furnishing
!> ::::6 Church St., Sew York. I Ever*thing) from a needle tojin anchor. CARPETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. -
'
Cloth and Satiac't Orcrcojtsand > 111*" F.ny Casciniere. goods of -
Dntvkin. Tweed and Fancy Satinet Pants. Sept. 24. IMS. 89-1 y I India Rubber Belting and Packing always on hand. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, every .
Fanrv Cavimcie V('I'tl1. Silk, Satin and Italian ClothVest's. : I A good supply of Cvpress Syrup Barrels. GLASS WARE AND CROCKERY. description y out ris cldtbing. .

LiiKm l All be sold at f'r cash ((>
to ewport prices or un. '
Shirt. and Collar Woollen Pant and SlurU, AcBoy's :.. __
; : Iry produce. I wi'l buy or make advances on COT TRUNKS, VALICES AND CARPET BAGS -- -- ALSO _

II' TON. WILLOW WARE AND YANKEE NOTIONS, A full supply of Black and Colored CloUks-- 4 !
& Youth's Clothing.Cloth -", ....., I mill" buy Hides, Skins, Tallow, Beeswax: Eggs AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.IRON Black and Fancy Spilug) Casaimerea, .
Silk and Marseilles .
Frocks Tweed Cusnimerc aud Satinet II' or Poultrv.. NAILS AND SALT Vesting
'V
fancy $200 R.E" .AB.D. ; Black Drab Dtta. Alpaeca. Arabtan Glace
Coats ribbed Satinet Otersa._. b'tie'! and Muebbuiket I -ALSOJQEI'TT -
pilot BAGGING AND ROPE. White Brown and Fancy Drillings, .
t''rel"acb. fancy CaMiinere Pant*.black Cas- I FOE THEWAKULLA
I CONCENTRATED MANURES, Duck and Plain Linen
aimcr and Tweed Pauta, 4c.Eats.. HV M. S. TEEKV GOTKENOK OF FLORIDA. IRON WORKS. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Brown. Grey and Black Silk mixed Spring Cvfttiiigs .

"VATHEUEAS, information has been furnished the GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS for suit*..
\'V Executive Department that John A. Present! I will always have on band or be able to procureat All of which we are prepared manufacture
A fine assortment. of Nutria Pockit Hate. black and Eli Prescott, charged with! the murder of tre shortest notice a stock of well made Sugar OF ALL KINDS AND VARIETIES. promptly in tbe beat and most fashionable manuer.!

Freud Cassi D PUnters. ",Hungarian, ,Smob.Jlnt'locK. ham H. Wright, in the County of Orange!, are / Mills from f 40 and upwards Gin Segments. Sugar FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND FISH IN CANS Please give us a '
,::;1..... Main. Antique and Saxony Hats, I Ibay's tives from justice. Now. therefore!, in order Wil'l Mills, Ac, Ac THOS. WOODRUFF.N. GOSHEN BUTTER AND ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE, CALL.PRATORIUS A CLARK- .
l and Di Prescott be B. Good accommodation for Travelers May 2S. 1f59. n
and children' hats iu n..r".1If' Ot'nglu..1 i sail Julm A. may AND EVERY THING ELSE USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL
hat, fashionable molet-kln Im'ts. Vtraijjlit and bell I trial, I. MADISON S. PERRY. Governor of the I Sept. 10. 1859. 87-3m ItBlacksmith
shaped! hien'oaud Boj'* cloth ('Brl.lilk plush caps. I State of Florida do hereby offer the reward cf Two -- -- ------- I Notice. -
1 Hundred dollars for the apprehension and deliveryof ; Notice.rpHE Cotton and other Country Produce
.
Boots and Shoes.A the said Prescott or one bundrrd for either of '
them to the HM-nff' of Orange County. ; EnerilKT offer for sale h:s place If C DEB' 'I TAKEN AT MARKET PRICES, -
very large ortmeot! of Ladies and MieseGaiter Mix--John_A. lYettott in about 25 yea cf age. I 1 HILL," within a mile and a LaIr of Tallaba&ee IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.AT .
*, n lunl.-.nd Slippers of every quality and cite 1 six feet two inches high, yellow! hair, blue eyes sal aud two and a half of Del Air. The place contains ;
with and without hel&' Gent's; best ralf THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
watepmof low complexion front teeth bad weigh about two 3O.ILCfe. of a* good land a* i i. lo be found within
Boot and MMK-S. Planter Boot and.h',1 of all H.1-i-'I'
hundred pounds ; very light beard, when in conversation the same distance of Tallahassee; with a new GIN I ':
kinds. Hunter'. BooI.l'lnugbIllIlD" bootsth'l rrx-aVs'[ rather loud. HOUSE and SCREW and all necessary out build i Cash Advances Made Cotton.
and Boots and HHM of Chil on
Boy's f. a great variety
Eli Preseott is 21 or 22 years of age has rather a ings and an unfailing well of excellent water. The :
,
dren' ::'bOf" .Ac. A large sujijjly(f Ku"set Brogans, "I boyish appearance; bair light, eyes blue; nose turnedup House is commodious and ('(convenient containing :

Northern and Madison made and v..rylow and sunken between the eyes sal. twelve rooms with store rooms nod closets etc. I PLANTATIONS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS.IF
f'.I.dl..ry | .
ALSO Hardwaie 1111,1 Iron. Nails. Notions. -
ow eoinple&ion; about 6 feet 6 or 8 inches high.Ip 1 will sill with the laCe my Louse and lot at BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL ITS
I
Fancy Good, Crocker Glassware Perfumery THE
testimony whereof. I have hereunto NIt my Bel Air. ALBO- : .will be earned on M heretofore at t.b.
Tin-ware AeBagging YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AND CHEAP GOODS
l band nnd ranged to be affixed the Omit 23 VALUABLE NEGROES. OLD STAND by the undersigned< who return
[UK ] Seal of the Slate of Florida. Done at the thanks for and solicits a continuation of the public
& Twine.
Rope. Capitol in Tallahassee. this 1 Hil.Jav i.f Terms made known'on application.T. CALL AT TIlEcsI.I patronage heretofore ao liberally extended.D .

A full supply of Family Groceries, such as Teas, j Septeiulwr. A. 1>. 1859.: W. m EV ARD. 9. WILSON..
Coffee ulI.r.: Rice, >oap. Candles bpkt-s. Candies I }f. S. PERRY, Goveraot.of Fla.Tj Sept. 10. If50. S7 July 1. 18t!>>. SO [:SentMe1enny.Attwthinent.: ., .
Burning Fluid. Oil. Paint. Tobacco, Snuff. Cigars, the Oonmur-Attl'&t : --- AND EXCLNGROOMS

Essences !'ardinv*. 'aiwe,. Pickles, Sxla, ::a tt Ac, I F. L. ViLicrinrR.Secrefary PROCLAMATIONBy
Brandies, Wiu(*,Gin, Hum and Whiskey. of Stnte.: i OF -
ALSO a good atsuttiiient of Drugs constantly kept I Sept l'j. 169. 3S-3t /it Leon Circuit Court. ,.4l 'f1fpliL SUM sworn l on hand. HEIR, RUbT:; i: CO. : t84.06-Dcrm.gu $2U0.OO.Elzy : / .

_.Tal1aI.-""ef'. pt. !1.: 1859.: 39_ __ I SELECT SCHOOL.MRS. G-oo. 'wcctt; ;, T l1aha see. Thompson and John G. Pittmaa.Merchant anj

i :M. S. PERRY, GOVERNOR OF FJ.OBIDA. partner tr.ding.od doing business under the .
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:M. P. ELLIS -0- September, 17. 1839. 38
uame, firm and style Ttompsco(!! & Pittmar,.
I tbe General Assembly of said ------ -- -- --- --.---- -----
COMMISSION MERtHAiVT. L. E. GRANT widow of the tale Trrfcs- WHEREAS "L
f John A. Graut, returns her grateful Resolution approved J.Duarl16lb I Negroes L William 0. UclouufenPIIE 3.
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ae .. Plantation i ;BE. J. A GRANT -
T IBERAL advances made on Cotton cuosignedJ 186V, entitled Resolution to obtain the sense of the .
to her friends and for their '
to first cIes bouse iu New I"vi k. kuowlejgement patrons I People of Florida iu regard to Annexation of West HT-OIl. SATiJEl.THE and all others interested are';'l-.-
hc1it24' l89.: 6m-39 i kindness since her residence in Tallahassee and respectfully Florida to the State of Alabama"directed that the ; Surgeom Dentist, J_ by notified of the eomiccncemeBt of this vat
solicits a further share of their II subscriber offers at private sale his planta
-- patronage.She Governor shall by proclamation direct that vote betaken j : TTAVIKG located io by attachment returnable to the next term of sid
will a Select School (or Misses, also a few on Lake Jackson together<< with the Negroes = *
: open I i l Court at Tallahassee, and to aDd to
STATE BANK OFFLOR j i for or agaiust the annexation of West Florida: Tallahassee will appear plead ;
boy from aeTna to twelve years old.at herre.Jdeoce-- Stock Provision and Implements thereoo. -- Uwsame RSAUDEBShet L
Alabama be lo wait all
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK i the bouse formerly occupied by the late Dr. AuM. : I Also his House bold Furniture. | bappy on ; '
SIGHT AW therefore, I, M. S. PERRY, Governor of the I those who are desirousof September 17, 1859., 38-111I :
in sum .to 1''L.t i (O"fI half)per<<"l. \ The schulastie year will commence on thw 16th OEO. A. CROOM.
St.te..f Florida, do order thst-lhe Judge ofPrubate his services. All work :
hereby
prew. "i. W M. K. PETTES.tii At>r. September and close! 16th July. I .' Sept. 11. 186!>>. 38tfPlantation ; .
: for the **v ral Counties open a poll at precinct I done by him he wan sets Plantation for' Bale.- ;
:Septendwr4.1i9.:: 3w-S9. | I t
I -- in their rehe \ TEEMS FOR THE YEAR: I scribed by said Resolution and make due return I II for Sale. | tion. Dr.Grant wishes -- 'PilE subscriber offer*,for aal. the Piaatatloq !li ;

AGENCY BANK OF COLUMBUS. Primary Clara. 120-id ClaM f3l'-ld Class '40. I thei eof to tbe Secretary of this State. ,r; PpHE PLANTATION sic miles from Tallahnseee! to call the attention = -___: : -I I. KIK: five nrP**EM of-Talabaa,.on lbs St' .

SIGI1T EXCIIAMiL rur Mle,," New York I No extra charge for Embroidery or French. e.o-pi ID tesiint< )y wbereof. I have hereto set nrfliand :JL OB the Baiobridge road, too wo as the Scot land those aatfering i with -r. Augusti j a Boa kon"n as Fsuntisi.y.: .1\ tfJ- .
( ) per ft nt. premium.; Exchange; on ; drawing putterur. Oilier UI'UaIucotalLraotht', the and caused to be affixed the great't F:plantation) eoiKainiog 940-( acres of land about 600 toothache to an excellent medicine! invented by him taioa I.2O( acres, more1 or tHe: of a. r.d: )indeaabe -...'.

, New Orleans at | (nve-igbtt.s) pet -ent. !: usual charges. I [ *.] Seal of tbe State of Florida. Done at the. of which are cleared baring a pew Dwelling aod all I self wkich will give immediate relief. No person >CMiwi in LeoaCuqnty;together with OKr-
V l. f. ELLI"t1l1.. i iSept Incidental Expense J I. I Crpitul. in tbe city of Tallahassee hat, Dvcesaarj out buildings. including a new Gin Rouse after once using it will be without it. I. all sod I"*. Horn, Mules Block oT aU kuxli' ;Con. Fod-

S4. lSL'3': Snt eopy | Pupil required to furni U their eva dc U or a I day of Seprembcr,A. D, 1S69. '. Screw aDd Negro Cabins. The tract nsigkt be ad- eaaea. Chronic and Neoralgve nervoon" Tootbacbc.it der,: -
-- small table an4 cbair. '. M.S.PERRY Governor of Florida.Ty Tantageouslj divided. cannot be excelled. He baa. also Dr.Allen*.celebrated winal I .*> MU the unlnJ.d1aothui: Theta
---Por Sale. I Pupil are required lo be punctual ja.attendance, the Givemor-Attest: Propositions f-r the purclmse of tin whole or any Tooth Renovator aod Cleanser being the sole of Land lying two mile*. East .of B.U-'AV |4art: .d -
DWELLING-HOUSE recently ccupie} by \ ala, t<>> Plod,. at least two hour oat o f> pebool every H..L. u.u11ora. Secretary State.f part will be received nutil the lit of December next user of it hi this Sta>& Person wiabtng tbeir teeth aDd oee"pied by Ptttut& CUairra konwvaa .Cornueopia. -
THE. L. E. Grant in te! Nortliwrstporo.ioftbecity. day. % t .' % CumlMf'CiaI'A.cIvertiwr. MariaotM Patnot. aod iteot sold the p'ae.ill. be for rent tbc ensuing beautifully deanaed will not fail to give tbe Dr. a o It IofI&a in .bp t 5,000 acres ft CUy and ',
Poases ioi> given immediately. The lot it large Ko pupil received far; a le"..dIM than jialf a. sea PeuMCol Obacmr, TtllaUnes Sentinel, ImlepenJuit -. year. For Urms. which may be at a long credit lor calL: Orrica o. 200 roar rraitr. near the Post Of Pine laod.' Abu tile undivided half of a'4: the StoeA &
and handsomely JOf'attd-tbe dwelling !:comfortable_ I eion unlra b) special agrtenieut. -f 'j : .*'* -4- Press, J.&covillC-&andard and Peninsular- three fcorlLs of the pureha-w. apply 'me in TalUOEO. fice. A Hue or two dropped at the Pott. 01cc will I oo the.place, U>rrth<'r sub ttt ,:Io... fefiea, A:!.

with six roomt 'Term. ea 5V. No deduction except in eae_of prtratted fflotM. I i. copy until day. .of ettrMm<< :and forward ereornt. frr. .l basee. H.: MEOLNNISS meet with proadpt'af tentrao. BEX.. CIIAJHD; :lr Vf.TrUteeEC.A. : (t.I 1'
1.. C. LKWI- Payment half. iw..j.s1' -. ? < i rtnZIeuveM -_:. :' '. I I' Agent of M i.H. .o\.r..noJr. JV. 8: TVrfA Emirinitl vilkfud Pain. Be.ossd-Oetai'iaj.' a.- I
'''l". 1.1115' ; ., :" "-In. 1116tt. 37 [;::ritt. r!'. I I Sag'-: 1. n: AA'' : ; Pfft. 1o.18.313m JunE 1*, 1R5. <5 p Se..._ 3. 1J'. uiS :..



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4 : I The ridian&JonrnalJ AMES & LIVELY, -.i HOOPS AND TIES Dealers inDrttgs5Meflcinea. &o,
IRON -
I STOMACH BITTERS J : : :: : New T rk
J I. puLHsbed every ATURDAT. byMES WHOLESALE ,AD: RETAIL: COTTON DALES. TUST received from per.baikfiJELQantl -
FOR r T HE attention of Consignees good by tbe ble,a generaImftortmeDtor 'in- our line,
I '\ S. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE, I -DCALECS IN- fbf flatltv.OU mtr Dyipeptia Lot ,fntUfMttk*,JV.iHotComplrHntt M.x, JL Tallaliawew-" .cob & Georgia Railroads such a Oils of almost every ar.e., Jula.

IX Two DOLLAR in aa.aDee. t Price 6 cents per pound.-25 per cent. artttoa of APt ac my inaction is respectfully' called to tb following nile! White Lead,Zinc and other paints, Window 01.

;, -per annnm less than Rope. of tit StomaeK CtUe o, lt, JfoHnu rmdndng Crampt IaZ? x/ TaWaAaMjec J Pen. J On. R. R. CFrtigt best jnabiy Putty.Brushes,Potl Soda, Sparkling
DHstsry. .
be
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_ I i TERMS OF ADVERT SI:' \) one considering the advantages of Ironovcr In view of the fat that. d member .jre payable in cash on delivery of goods OebtuLo Xua Jrb nr Syrup t.)

; 1 Oat square. of 11 lines or less.first inserties.. $1 00 ; O ANY as a material for binding Cotton Bales, the human family is more or every less subjected 0 will be charge J 0 article la over, Iok., ,pUr.Spi.Fluid Extract Boeho,

> 'ech..ubtequfnt. 60 "will be surprised that it has not been adopted long I some of the above complaint besides innumerable after the following periods: Qae a general assortment of Popular
I i EroftswooaUnd! i ( Bnsiaess Cards inverted at810 p iannnm. 'r D. Fr since. In its security, against fire there i* an Overwhelming other conditions in life, which To Consignee*In Tallahassee 3 daj. .e&e ad We keep none but the very and ttMeicine

reason for its adoption. i by the of a little knowledge o within e miles ole depot, 8 bs f
1L ; AdrtrUement not ntarfced With tb. number ef l s, The Pi esses in the Seaport Cities have been the I exercise aaietnc common sense,they may be ableso m12 9ovrl2 hop jour patronage.MILES ASH,4 CO.

41 josethoniit1 be continued until forbid,and charged EOCTALLAHASSEE\ main cause of its not being generally adopted but to regulate their habits of die and wit U 14 March 29. 1858

H' accordingly.EipCeriiSeate. now that objection removed genemly. and the Orleans II the assistance of a good 1\u permanent This rule will be strictly adhered to and parties 1BLCK.SMl'.G
4! of fnrWeaUon of letfal or estate Press, tbe laigest in N. 0., give it the preference health. In order to accomplish this ending for good are requested to comply therewith !

34 AVOUCH will not be giTen until the advertising fee it FLAIJ over rope. The Fassman Iron IIocp and Tie is desired object, the true course to pursue ia, or tie good cannot be delirered.E. .

f1 tbe improvement of one of tIle proprietors, and is certainly that which will produce a natural HOUSTOUN. Sup'L
of
and fresh THE
paid.Valuable ARE now receiving a lanje supply adopted from the fact that it is! found after long ex state of at the least hazard of vital *,SentiaeI and Quincy copy. I town, and .opened a
Inventions l'-! variety of article kept by Dru.giits. perimenttocoinbine the greatest merits in simplicity strength thing ; for this end Dr. Hosteller February 26, 1859. papr I the sense buildingwith MKuhu's tr

0PEJELEB.'S- PLANTERS, rilYSICIAXS. I and facility of application of any one jet made. It ha introduced t this country a preparation riae Shop,opposite the Exchange, all kindsof

II : and olhen, will always find at this establishment a is so prepared a. to require} no change fur recompres called HOSTETTER'S STOMACH isse. Black-smithing will be done with Dete..n
I full supply of every thing needed 10 our line and on sin*. Thus obviating the only remaining difficulty BTTERwbih at this day U not a new I despatch. He can refer with '

4t ECONOMICAL AND VARIETY STEEL BLADE It. liberal term. a* they can be had in acy Southern at the sea board cities. mtoi"ine, that has Dn tie for A HOST DESIBABLK ASSORTMENT OF who have patronized him heretofore for the character

I MarkeL Order by Mail or otherwise promptly attended The hoops are sent of aoj. length from eight to ten !/ar giving satisfaction te of his work. FRANCIS PAYNE
;4 ::E'Iacr: to and filled itb) tie same correctness as il feet.and a full guarantee given that wither the Ti s used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon FRESH GARDEN SES I January 8,1863. -t

l Patented June 2 let, 1859. I personally purchased by Customer To Cask and nor Hoop shall break. And further, that nil cotton the stomach, bowels and rstonogLlu Warranted Growth of !

': -0-- I prompt time buyer,*e feel confident in saving we bound in them shall be received on the same termsat m t a healthy and vigorous action, and from cold climate I CONSUMPTION ES AN OLD I DAS DOCTOR

The Most Economical Convenient and Efficient can give them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK comprises the Orleans Press aa rope bound cotton.. The thus by the simple process of strengthening 'T'LIESE JL SEED arc procured! the a better in UNCAS BRA .bl a
nature, enable tIle ; to over and will consequentflourish a
1l Cultivator Ever Invented. weight per bale is about the same as Rope,not one system triumph CURED.* 'nlry among the of
Drugs, Dye Stuff, pound more or lesa. disease.: Diarrhoea, dYlenter or so warmer one like OUr. the Rocky Mr-unUina, dllnre
settlers, andcaused end order that
properly made and used. it do o't Medicines, \ armsbei, To show the opiuion Ship Masters line of it, we* generally contracted the of water c Call early or your AMES t LIVELY.you may I a RARE PLANT, that pr.
principally by change -.
WHEN' prove iuelf, I b reio pledge' myelf to Chemical} Putty, give tbe following, among numerous commendationswe and diet will be speedily regulated by a get \aletiedeaired, -3 CO SUMPIN be a certain cure for Con-cmption,

return the m ney to those who purchase right forth Perfumery, Burning Fluid have: brief of this Dyspepsia, January 18:9. __U. Bronchitis, ,Asthma Liver ComCURED. -
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.ir plantation S Paint, Campliine The undersigned masters of vessels having had a pee which is preparation.probably more prevalentwhen ----- SUPERIORBURNING I, plaintNervous' Affections.Coug.

Require* but one Stock for any kind of a Blad, Oils, Ghu Ware cotton compressed with Fssfnmo's new Iron Hoops dist'l5 taken in all its various forms, than Colds, tc.: having now

I4 1: ten of which may b* put tlD. fastened and taken off Fine Soap. j Window Glas, and Ties, hereby: recommend tie I; OIe. The bales any other f the cause of which may alwaysbe I CONSUMPTION fortune anlret'retl 'rum bu ioes,

I in one minute. Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacco, being well compressed, aud the! buttons or boons attributed to derangements of the digestive FRESH. Drug he will send the prescription and

_ ., 4T I* adapted to sod. subsoil)liilleide.ind general cultivation Brushes, Patent Medicines never breaking when thrown down in the Ship's bold, organ, can be cured without fail by YtrARREXTEO VY Store of !EtL I RD. CURED. direlO for preparing the medi-
_ I, I and may be turned into a double plow il PaintBrushes, Fine Havana Segars, or when stowed: using HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS 1 I cine/JJ of to all who desire -
1859.
desired, and i i. so constructed that a seed planter maybe Surgical Instruments, Medicine Chest, L L Condey, Cap! Ship Moses Davenport, per directions: on the bottle. For -January---- 1, : i It,and will send to his aent.
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I attached to it, the cot of which will not exceed I I suited to Plantation and Family use, A Robinson, M Madias, this disease every physician will recom- FISK'S PATENIMHETTUCBURIAL i CONSUMPTION enclosing two stamps ((6 ,) to 't
kind then not the return letter, with a d.-
cue dollar. James Tomas, Henry mend Bitters of some why pay
t c Every part is detachable and adjoUbl to ittelC rt'UE WISES & BItANt>IF.s-ror HIDICUTAL: purposes.ALSO A.Talbot, Hareaseeket, use an article known to be infallible? CASES CURED. r.crptionofthelr symptoms. The

l The stuck, which may be made of t'Ommon. pine i -- John Dean .. James Flint, Every country have their Bitters A a preventive Old Doctor'has cured more than

plaoV u *o simply' eoostructed antI there being DO : 800 OUNCES SULPII QUININE. John 0. Wilner. Mullwiuse. disease, and strengthening o CONSUMPTION 800 cases */ Copti0 alone,

"eld in the iron part that tbe whole )plow may be i I). II AMES, M. LIVELY. H. Koppeoholdt' .. Ella A. Clark, the system o in general, and among them ao hopes all afflicud people will

_ I-. readily put up by the coa.mooesi Smith after once 14, 1859. 20 L. P. Merill, Bark Kimball. there to be found a more healthypeople RED. avail themaly.of thisopportuni-
p obtaining! a correct pattern. Tbe opinion of all who I I-May The price of Hoop and lies at N. 0.. is 6 cents than the Germans, from whom this ; CU ty M the Doctor wisher t do an]

Lave seen aud tried it u that it will be the Ii i SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, per pound. Liberal deduction made to Merchants preparation emanated,based upon scientificexperiments the good be cm before die*.-

: ONLY PLOW USED for city acceptance,and all orders will receive prompt [ which bus attnded to advance -Roeuo Finished- Latest Patent,) CONSUMPTION Address all letters toDANIEL
the )
in
I the destiny of this great preparation
CAN1PHENE: attention by F. BELCHER, AND I ( ADEE
i its merit generally known, and that, AII-IGHT DESTk"CIBLt
% as MOB a* are medical scale of science. CURED. Box 3681 P.O, ,
j it will be bU email I 12} Commercial Place. Agent. SUPPLY of all size kept constantly on band
taking several year. together a K CIIO SKIVE' & LAUD OILS.For 2t-6m A Who is his sold ageuLJauayl,1819.
New Orleans. June 11, 59.
r RAWLS Undertaker.
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part of present plow expenses being not only the sale by AMES A t LIVELY FEVER AND AGUE.This by 1-ly
__ most convenient but cheapest plow which can bo used November 20, 1868. ___ .
Farmer fit their present supply of Scuters I' May U, 1859. 20 Broome & Thompson trying and provoking et wuk fixes it* -- SCHEDULE t''RANS
may -- ----- -- --- -- ,
him Notice.ALL
Shovels and Sweep for this stock, and even knock The Original Extract Quality relentks.) gr p on the body of man ledudng t I .
Fcrnan.d1.n.a: : F 1n.V of tune,and rendering ON
mere In a apace TIEFLORIA the Estate
Plow and fix a claims
.ho o
_ tbe m ing off/ their wrought: Turning .bo. persons having .
"gnst.
for Corn Starch, -. him physically. and mentally ule can b defeated ROAD. ,, Eeazlry. of ,decras-
I -tilE underpinned' hn",- .rm..1! a enpartnernliipeiii.lei and driven from the body by the use of IIOSTETT KK'8 RAIL *d.whether as (creditors. legatees or diltrlbtf'f'are
this.PEELER'S TRCPARED: expressly for Puddingt. Ice Cream KESOWKED BITTEKS. Further,any of the aboveimated '
t the name' of HROUMK A THOMPSON: required to present their demanm for.to
I JL Cakell,DaDee Mlogl',Custard*, Pies Ponige.Ac i tor the transaction of a diseases can not b contracted when exposed t undersigned Executor( Will and testament
_ Received fresh by AMES : lf\NURB\ DISTRIBUTOR i May :1. 1859. 21Congress GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS And as U neither create ff.- deeelsel
\ used as per dion! date, .tb.rwis. they will be barred; and all those
in the city of Fernandma. They will give prompt nausea nor ore.,.!.the palate,and rendering nnneco- indebted are requested to make payment immedi

Patented June 21st 1859 Water. attention to the sale or shipment of cotton and other lary any change of diet o interruption to usual par (SUNDAYS .) ately. JAMES S. RUST Ex'tr.

1 produce, and will make liberal advances on consign .uita,bo promotes lund sleep and healthy digMtlon, N arrival Steamer from Charleston and Savannah July 2, 1859. 27-3m
p A DAPTED to the sowing and distributing of any I AFRESH SUPPLY, just received and for sale mInts for sale here,or for shipment to their friends in I the complaint I thus removed a* speedily u I coojtent O counecting at Callahan with Stage for

r\ kind of manure and fertilizers whether fine or i AMES & LIVELY. Savannah, Charleston N. York or Liverpool. with the production of a thorough and permanent Trader' Hill and Ccntrevi',Ga. ; at Baldwin with Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .
in broadcast in drill. Any cart
coarse, either or or MIII14,1859. 20White for at Ta ail Bridge with Stage
be fixed fur this I - -- -- ----- They will negotiate in the principal markets of the cFor Stage Talase. OF
readily ---- :
'9 wagon on a plantation may -- advanced Starke with fer New- FLORIA.l
the of Bond issued the Persons in yearsWho fo itddleburg; St'c .
sale by State
it United States
purpose at. a trifling cost Any planter giving a Lead. and .nr.n Micanopy, Flemington: and County .Le. (
4 be willha the several Railroad CvmpanifLy the counties anffenng from an enfeebled cnstuton yi Olibsie
fair trial and finding the above to not true -by a TETHRO BRADLEY administrator of the estate
,. his money returned. "I )URE EXTRA and No. 1-Ground in pure LinI or incorporated towns and other gocd securities lufirm body,these Bitten are invaluable aa a rlr LEAVE Starlce ?aily, (Sunday excepted.) on ar (J of Bennett Bradley, lute of Leon count?,deceased .
One of the greatest saving luvcutiuus-the I I jeed Oil, just received and (>r sale bv ', and will receive and execute orders for investment of strength and vigor,and needj only t b tried rival and< Frruaudina with having filed in the Probate office of sid county a
1 I AMES A LIVELY. in the will attend to the purchaseor to appreciated. And to a mother while nursing, ot Stages connecting a
same. They
very thing farmers have so long needed. b where them Steamers for Savannah and C.lrleltoo on Monday, written suggestion that he believes the estate of tbe
4 t --0t --- I May 21,1859. 21Guava sale ofREAL these Bite a Indiipeniatie especially and Fiiday.A said Bennett Bradley be therefore notice
Tuesday, Wednesday t inlvnt
demand
t I Those wishing to purchase: State or County Rights; I ther'. nourishment I inadequate t the COLE all claims against
: and Current Jellies, Prunes, ESTATE IN TillS CITY IL Sup'L. ia hereby given to person
for either of the above Inventions,or wishing to become T EMOXS, o the child, consequently her strength must yield, 18 said estate to and file the same witb the

s agents for tbe sale of rights, now hate an opportunity -II _14 Pears, Sardines., Pickled Oysters,Brandy Peaches or in any town or county in the Middle, Eatern or and hC It I I where a goal tonic,such u Ilodetter'stoinach _May- --- 1,1858.___ __ __'___ of Probate of appear said county, on or before the 3d Jude
.tt1 for great grain. Preserved Lemons Orange: Pine Apple and Southern Districts of 1.IC ridtl. Persons haviug such Bitten U needed to impart temporary strength N. c., January when there will be a pro rata distribution -
lj 1 Address Rev. JAMES PEELER I Ginger,Green Gage Marmalade,Lemon Syrup Ha.pberry properly for sale, will do well to furnish them plats, alt vigor to the>.sem. Ladies should by all mel HILISBOROUGI. I of next amongst the creditors of said esta'.e1f
Tallahassee, Florida. do., Strawberry do. Pine .lpple do., and Ginger with accurate inscriptions: of quality, l location improvements this remedy ru all eases of debility,and before MILITARY ACADEMY. Bld eltte D. W. Q YNN. Judge of Probate.

lTh :My sonS A. J. PEELER will act a* my agent at do. Raspberry Vinegar Fresh Salmon. Lobster. price, terms, tc: with the name of some doing uk your p"yacian. "bO i he I acquaintedwith I July *, 1859. 27- m
Haddock. Uallibut find bhad. Assorted Pickles, \vbo will show the on will recommend their mITE SUPERINTENDENT was for eleven yearsJ
fp this place and is authorized to sill Individual, County person property application. the virtues of t.e ite
( tb or State Rights or employ agents for the sale of Scotch Ale and Porter. We will attend to the settlement ftC claims against use in all cilia of weikneo. I_ an officer of the South Carolina State Military I Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .
the same. JAMES PEELERJooe 30,000 Havana Segars- the Fedeial or State Governments for services or caution the against Academies. For a circular address
,? 80. 1859. 31-ly AMES A LIVELY. substitute daring the recent Indian War. CUTOS-We many imittionl public coo C. C. TEW. Hillsborongh N. C. OF FLORftA, l
I using any
: May 21,1859.I 21 In addition to their Commission Department the but ak fur March 12, 1889. 11-ly Leon County. J
___..__ .__ t'rfcll CnBRAT ---.--- -- ---
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t1 STATE SEMINARY undersigned have purchased the entire STUM ten Birruts, and see that each bottle --- -- ----- B. JEFFCOAT, administrator of tbe estate of

Cod Liver Oil. STOCK: of Goons of Messrs. ELLIS & THOMPSONto h its the words Dr J. Hosteller's Stomach Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. J. }ASbuler.late of Leon county,deceased,hav-
,j', : 73! S'1 C :::7 '1m 'tD' .8.1l3a: I Bitters" blown on the side of the bottle, and office of said county! a written
AND PURE of the celebrated "Brands"J1 which they will make large additions at an early ilgtUe
: LOCATED AT TALLAHASSEE.rpiiR 1j1RESII will hand extensive stnmptd! on the metallic cap covering the RAIL-ROADS.) suggestion that t be believes the estate of aid E.A.
Clark .t Co. fc Rusbton day. They keep constantly on an
%t1. third scholastic year of this Iirtitution. will Liegeman i For sale by
& JL eomm-<:.e on the first Monday of October next. is on the ltlIl'rtparc given to Ml persons having claims against said estateto
May 21. 1859.; 21 Dry Goods, Hats Boots & Shoes, Clothing! with the of
p ii -- i tad sold bj IIOSTETTER fc I appear and file the &ume Judge P

fr 1 MALL DEP.RTAIENT.Rev. : riTST RECEIVED supplvof! Mrs.ALLEN'S :Saddlery! and Harness, Groceries (Li. SMITH, ritUbBTgh, I"'J and Bole by all ''I bate of said county on or before the 6th of Februarynext
fJ and Zilobalsamnm.For Provisions Plantation when there will be a pro rata distribution of
MeNEILL Hair Restorer excepted,)
:: D. IVRNER will have charge of quora and dealer generally
I and be ale by AMES d: LIVELY. Utensils Doors Windows Drhs rOes Change of Schedule. I said estate among the creditor of said estate.
this Department r.iej by such competent I ; lhronbeat the States, Canada,
hUe Sntmelra D. W. GW YNN. of Probate.
rt assistant! teach ere, not lees th.., two IS the interests May 21, 1859. 21 and other Building Mate.rialsFurnitureIron Judge
I -- -- -- -- ----- and Germany.SCOVIL 13, 83-6m
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t b **V* school may from tim to t.,,e demand." ordered mail > Au. 186.
a daily st r-
Tuition lee f_ Session .,f 4 1 MEAD. TIE department having ------ ---
-oO.
M. Linseed Oil &
<< English I Tallahassee and Walker's Mill,
ling Reading, Writing, Elemental '.i;,. Hardware and Cutleiy Castings and a great NEW ORLEANS, X.A., between the first of Notice.
me\ic.. .. .: .\ PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For aaIeI"y variety of other articles. Wholesale Agent the Train will run on and after January, Eecutor's
:
.. '' "" ; ;:__ 0 00 : i to all having
I --tied- ,.ametac. Intellectual /.,,;i l,- fl.. P..t nr -r.lLwiCompound j til ..rV .J, ik5v will sell ,JVb..l..aJ"]* or Retail "_'a a.nanmATtn.. Jr.. 1?!. MASH 1869, as.follows: Jclaims| hereby given the persons of David

; 'CpListory.. ,_ ... .. .. .. .. ..... 1500 ..!!,.-1859._ :. __ __ 21_ ___ __ ___ eepiaoces, at prices that will compare farvorably! Floridu.Aprils 4 LesveTalh.bssseedaiiyt..c'' ITI.; L' .zzn1 7'z'. .. .. .. or_demands__ _against__ -J.estate.O.CtLCi5
I _- ,*hove, witl mysical Geograpliy Pbys- I with those. of any city in tfe South. We invite mer- 1859. 15-ly Arrive at Walker's Mil by .. .5.SO P. M. creditors, legatees!, or diftributees, to present the
Gentian
t j-- iology.Science of things. Algebra and let chants and all other purchasers to examine our stock. ----- Walker' Mill at..8 A. 51. same to the undersigned Executor within two year

v For Cook Latin advanced. .. .classes. .. .,in..Mathematics.. .. ..... 20 00 I II::I.r: : '::]I:' :IE JH.. JAMES E 15HOOME", Southern Plows, Corn Shelters, &c. .Lave Tallahassee daily by. .. .. .. 9.80 A.M from this date, duly aU1heotieled.01 they wil b-s

more B. W. THOMPS IN. at Walker's Mill with Coaches via barred; and all those to Iid estate ar. requested -
A.' F. MAYIIER & CO. Connecting
: Languages and Science.,. ... .. .... 25 00 11-'HF.8E BITTERS are an infallible remedy for Pot to make
19 1869. Mooticello Albany evening of the week payment immediately.
excepting
J Fur further particulars reference is made to the recently and all disorder,arising from a deranged February 81y No. 54 VESEY STREET, t and twice every week B. Executor.
-- -- Sunday a with :
published letter of Mr.Turner. : condition of the digestive organs, Dyspepsia Debility NEW YORK CITT. connecting June 25. 1859. 2 -3m
Coaches running to Madison, Baldwin and
-0FEMALE Liver Complaint Low Spirits, Want of Appe- 250,000 Acres of Railroad F. M & Co.would respectfully inform Southern Jacksonville.On. Algatr.

DEPARTMENT. I tite. Ac. For sale by AMES A LIVELY. Lands for Sale. A. Merchants and Dealers in AGRICTLTCBAL the Tallaliassce Railroad Notice.SIX .
:
K MISS SMITH will bave charge of this Department May :21. 1859. 21 IMPLEMENTS, that they are still MAMFACTUKlNa all
I -------- -- -- --- lands are the alternate see- Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) months from the first publication of this no
aided by MRS. CASE and MISS WILSON. THEE o kinds of both Steel and Iron SOCTUKRX PLOWS, PLOW
I either comp & at. A.M ,the undersigned, administrator bonu non,
LIST OF STUDIES Just Received rerhcola Georgia CASTINGS,COBS SHELLERS, GRAIN CRADLES, HAT and
i I Railroad, granted by the States and State of Arrive at St. Marks .11.25 with the Will annexed,of all and singular the ,
STALK FAX MILLS STOBC TRCCES GARDEN A
CUTTERS, : M
fi Alphabet Spelling, Reading, Elementary Aritbmette. I By Las1; S1caxn.er; : : I Florida to aid in building this road. Those now of. and CANAL GIN GEAR, SEUXEXT Leave &Mark daily (except Sunday) chattels, rights and credits which were of g.-
t Elementary Geography, Writing, DA&10WS. CA6T"GS
1i1 I Grammar, Natural English 140 BARRELS FLOUR, fered are located on that part of the line extending Ac, ita, fur the SOUTHERM t. 2.15 P. M ford deceased, late of Ln county will present bi.*
Geography History Philosophy, erres.-Iy Arrive at Tallahassee at. 3.30 P. final account and to the of Probita
1t History of U. S., Ancient History, Algebra 10 bbls. Sugar. from Tallahassee to Alligator, a distance of 106 on hand of AGRICULTURAL AND UORTICTLTURAL Judge
iti Arithmetic Science of things.Astronomy Composition. 2 bbls. Dried Beef miles. Most of them are in the vicinity: of and east IMPLEMENTS, ACHINERY. SEEP FIRTILIZERS, Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrivalof of Leon county and ask to be discharged from bi.

It The tuition fees will correspond witb those in the I 3 bbl. Lard of the Suwannee River. They embrace every variety Ctx, ta: which we sell at LOWER PaCE than any and which returns before the departure of the said administration.
t Tierce of soil from lands suitable merely for timber and Train and with the line of Mail Steamers between SOLOMON Adra'r
Jvale department, except that each pupil 1 will be first 3 Hams, other house in the United State. We have a Descriptive ; SILL. ..e
ii, examined and then the charge be made in accordance I 10 Sacks Coffee, naval stores,t the most valuable! description tor the Wholesale Priced Catalogue,which we will New Orleans! Key West and Cuba and intermediate JII 14,Ib59. ,
1 with the studies to be pursued. 10 Cask Bacon, production of Sea Island and Short Cotton, Sugar, furnish on application by mail or otherwise. All points on the Gulf arriving at &Marls,on their way -- -

', r : MRS. BROWN'S Musie Rooms are near the Cheap for wh. I?. A. SHINE, Ja. Rice, Corn,Tobacco and other agricultural products Goods t a represented.A. to Key West on the 18th and lot or 2nd of each tice--

.1 Academy and arrangement will be made to enable I Aug. 6, 1859. H2: of Florida. A large proportion are pine binds based F. MAYIIER i CO. month and arriving at St Muk on their way to Months after the (

it? t girl"..iahiog to take lessons in musfe to do so with DAILY on clay with dense large growth,resembling Send for our Price List. No. C4 Vesey St.N. Y. New Orleans on tbe 15th of each month. SIX the undersigned wi no.DO

out interfering with.their other studies. EXPECTED, much the best pine lirds of Baker county Geor- Sucrewors to John Mayher & Co. (Who cstab Whenever these days come on Sunday the Train Judge of Probate of Leon county his final account

-0--- Our Fall & Winter Goods gia, with the difference in their favor that climate liabed the business in 1820.) will run on that t'ay to connectEDWARD and vouchers I administrator on the Estate of JohnW.

t. The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of and proximity to the seaboard make them admirably Aug. 20, 1269, 34m'Land I1OUSTOUN, .ToWo'tod.deeue.lte of said county and ask

41 months each, tbe first of which will end on 15th CO.-JSISTIXO: or adapted for the production of Sea Island Cotton and Prest. 4Sup'$ /. U be dimsad.

tfi February and the second on lit July.' DRY GOODS.I I 11 AT S. Sugar. The best rcmmendtio of these lands,'i for Sale. January 1. 185S. 1 M. WHITE Adm'r.

-: Tbe tuition fees will be paid u advance at the HARDWARE, CLOTHING be found in tbe crops cor lugr.cane,long undersigned offers for sale 1730 acres of May 71859. 18mNotice
short cotton them and adja.
GROCERIES I CORN SHELLERS staple now THE
commencement of each session. ,
Aromatic Tonic Bitters.
: i lying in Jefferson acres of
cent and similar lands, which those wishing to -
BOOTS A SHOES PAINTS & OIL. purchase CUltl-HSO
p The City of Tallahassee will for each scholar
pay which within short 2, the
lay a !! ou
to call and examine. The Delightful and Invigorating BITTERS -
For sale cheap by BOND t CO. are requested purchasers rpHESE
whose borne and
place of permanent abode is within 27, 1859. 35 hafe access to both the Gnlf and Atlantic Pensacola t Georgia Railroad, and 660 acres are in JL are an invaluable article for those afflicted with hereby given that application will be made at
her border five dollars session Lloyd, Aug. wi IS
I per to be credited ports Florida, to which our roads are now built the neighborhood of 'Wakeenab, and within 6 or 7 Dyspepsia.! Indigestion o loss of Appetite,and those the next session of tbe Legislature of Florida for

4- on the tuition fees-the balance will be paid by the For Sale and being extended, and on the completion of the miles of Station 1. Both tracts have the necessary who are suffering from Debility incident t recovery ameDdeDl of the Charters of the PeDla. Oerg

pupilEach connection of the Georgia Road with the improvement, such a dwelling houses,negro cabins, from cickoess or lassitude attendant in Warm Cli- Gltr City A Interior and Tallahassee Rail Road
county West of the Suwannee bas tbe right. A VALUABLE WATER-POWER MILL Main Trunk road Pensaeola. tbe principal part of Gin houses, Ac.: [ will find in the Aromatic TOUM Bitters a val .. Also for a Charter for a Railroad from
to send,free of tuition fees, one scholar to tbe male (Grist Mill attached,)with 600 acres Pine Land. EDWARD A. WILLEY. mat and the Gulf of in tie of Franklin to
these lands will be in ten travel of Saannah. remedy, bracing renovating the system County or
Mesco.
and one to the female department such scholar to I The Mill situated about the centre of the tract of at in hur hours travel of both July 1859. 27-3m when prostrated. io the the Northern boundary of the

be Dominated by the Board of County Commissioner land, and 2 mile from Station N*. 2, Pen. it Geo. They are present ----- o
Fernardina for tbe Bottle. State of Florida of the River
Charleston and Savannah by steamer to I use Apalachicola.
I accompany
Et.
I of their respective counties. R. R.. and | of a mile from said road. GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE DretIn.and sold 80
These July 23.1859.
TiE by
and thence Railroad, I Prepared
by
The distinguished and gratifying success which bas For further information apply to the undci signed lands fur & Algtor.and the -0- EDWARD BARNARD,

I attended Education both of the Departments necessity of, relieves recommending tbe Board either of on the Address premises,or by letter. C C. BYRD proceeds were of granted the ale are to be applied to the purchase Gear's Machine for Cutting,Planng. Moul. Druggist and Apothecary. Tax Sale.
I
S to the publio favor The Board of Education will Bailey's Mills, Florida. of of iron which for is the in road already of graded completion.To or the. dingO &c., Irregular Fora AprilSO.1869.n __18_ TOY virtue of the authority vested' in me by Jaw,

continue to exercise a constant supervision over both September 3, 659. 364mTaylor's grading rapid progress a SYRUP & PORK LJ I shall sell, 0 the first Monday in December
this 1 of iron
the
effect object, ( purchase ) prompt
; S and do all in their power to make the Institution the I bas become the owner of the I text,before the Court House dr in ibe city Talahsisee -
immediate undersigned
sales are desirable, and I invite the attention 9111E o
tt.1 t 4 pride, the ornament and the blessing of our State. Cotton Gins.FORTX of all persons wishing such property and particularly J_ right to use and sell this valuable machine in during I legal hours, a public ou" the

t i D. S. WALKER. I : .five and and desirous of purchasing Florida,and he now offers individual and County MBARJELSA following buds lying in Leon county n -
tI President of the, Board of Education. Forty and for aale Fifty.Saw Gins always in iDdivlduI e.mpie Rights to any who may desire to pureh One of ton, viz: Te W of the N W i., Section 19, Township -
by large
IT Sept 3. 1859. 86-5w 2, North, containing 80 acre more
-_- HOPKINS A MEGLNNISS.August TEEMS One third cash, and the balance in one the Machines can be seen in operation any time a SALT.PLENTY I o
Uiiiversitv Louisiana. I 6, 1859. S2GO I and two years with eight per cent. interest,payable the shop of I. W. Bowen a the Tallahassee U. R c'ycs' esa. Sold pay'the Stat a. County taxes fortbeyearsl8546.
S o- annually in advance. Depot. The machine is simple in its constructionadapted good SYRUP and PORK BARREL 6.7.8 Ownerm1

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.rpnE BRowis DOUBLE CYLI1DER Settlers on these lands are requested to make immediate to cut a greater variety of irregular forms here. ALSO-coarse or toe 1 C. DEMILLY. Ta Cletor.

application to me by letter at Taliahasiee.WAITER and surface than any other yet innule Its ca SALT, a LADDS, Newport,Fla JulyI3,1859. 10.

S Annual Course of Lecture,in this Depait- I SAW GINA : GWYNN pacity is equal to twenty men, and Ole Linda of Nov.' 20. 1858. _47_
Pen. 4 t Geo. R. R.Co. work much more. It but Notice.SIX
occupies .
Agent .mal'pleenl1
'I JL meUt will commence-on N ON DAY, November NEW INVENTION
July 30. 1859. 31fmPROSSER'S from three to four feel square is requires Guns GuS! Guns months alter tbe first pnblicatim.f
::1 14th, 1859. and will terminate in the ensuing March. Fcr sale! by llOPKINo: & MEfJINNISS.( but little to drive it. Every.kind of tb
power T 1I1E located the executor of the
: JAMES JONES )(. D., Professor of Practice: of permanently uenige
13, 1E59. % 33
Aug. PATENT neat and difficult work in House building CabinetFurniture
: Medicine. JL opposite tbo Post-office, where he ia prepared aDd testament Wbitebead,deceased, will
t t Carriage, Wagon and Buggy Building, io the workman.like and prompt manner, his final account as such executor, theJudgeofProbateof
J. L. RIDDELL, M. D, Professor of Cbemistrv. mOt t present &
For Sale. Ac. Ac. can turned out by it with astonishing
make and ask itsbarged.
b and Leon -
repairCUftS
4 WARREN STONE, M. D.. Professor of Surgery.I IRON OlpTfuBES. and county t b
I A. IL CENAS.M D. Pr..fessor of Obstetrics. A FARM of 110 acres,consisting partly of Hammock neatness deJpt JERE RICHARDS. IIIFIJBS, GUl-LOCK "- JOHN B. WHITEED. Ez.JUDe
GUSTAVUS A. NOTT M D. Profers.r cf Mate- and partly of Pine Land all of excellent 4,1859. U-
article necessary! to DRILL the TUBE July 16. 18C9. in fact all work pertaining to a or
S'i milt from C. H. About 20 EVERY 291yDISSOLUON : Lbmit
ria Medica. quality Madison and to SET THE TUBES in tbe With the above qnalifiettkma be expects -
T.O. RICHARDSON M. D. Professor of Anatomy. acre under fence. Oo the place there U a well built best manner. a OF liberal patronage of the citizens of this place met ad Notice.

THOMAS HUNT. M. D.. Professor of Physiology dwelling house and all Becrstary! out buildings. and unwinding IX Months after the first publication of this
country.
_ _ and Pathology. A bargain may be had if applied for soon. Another Tub CLENEP Steel-Wi Whleon. COPARTNERSHIP.rpHE N. B Gunlocks always fo sale 0 hand S tice, the undersigned will present his final n
S. E.CUAILLEM.Dn tract of 250 acres, adjoining the above,will be10M BRUSHE 1 a
ARTESIAN WELLS Ac, Screwed AUGUSTUS the Hon. of Probate of L
emoDS r&\I of Anatomy. with it if desired. to J. L. Miller TubI COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing euat.t Judge o* county
_ W. C.NJCHOLSMD, f Apply E'qat ,Thiab on both sides, or with ConpUns either B.Fitts A David C. Wilson b March 3d, 1859. 1Plan' and apply fo a diahare a* administrator the
Maditon C.H the subscriber Henry O
to at Tallahassee .
,or :
______ The Room for Dissecting will be open on the second outside or inside. the name and style of Estate! of David .late of aid eoonty.
_____ Monday in October. Florida. ISAAC AULD. THOMAS PROSSER & SON Road All Right! J. J. BARNES&dm'r.

1 The Faculty: are Visiting Physicians anJ'Surgeont Sept. 10,1859. 37-tf 28 Platt Street, York H. B. FITTS & CO., having purchased the entire in- 1ul1.10.16. INotce.-

,( : of The the Student Charity HotpitaL the Professor in theirvisits' Notice.SIX Aug. 20. 1850. S4-3m i this day dissolved by mutual consent X teres of the Georgia A Florida Plank Road
accompany : David C. i i. appointed sole to close will the in order.Thismaybereliedon. .
Wil agent Company, put same good travelling .
: and freed expense enjoy extraordiaary practical Months after date, shall present my final Bagging and Rope up the said Theratesrftollslbavers-
advantage. and vouchers to the lIon.Judge of Pro Oprenbp .A to the Genera
Preliminary to the Course, Lecture will be delivered I bate of Leon county as administrator of the Estateof FOR sale by BND. CO. C. FS.D. Inced some,to 25 p by cent.To person a suitable at Bel-Ait deduc- OL.. Mbllo the: State.of Florida, at Its nextsession
S daily in the Amphitheatre oltbeJIo'pitalfrum Ang. ST. 1859. riobiiig te .I for Charter Bank
a a
John S. Wilcox deceased late of aid County ItYd. Jol11. 859. 30 lon will be made. But ruinous credit i NOTmbr. t \ b
the 1st of October on Clinical Medicine and Surgery, system I .
ii aad ask for a discharge from said administration. ID
and this I stand. lat Foi
;: i luid other subject,without any charge tottndent JAMES BARFIELD Ad-nt'r. New Wheat abuseolinthiaregsoo for on r C"Suitable 101 XO, 1859. II-3m
5- a j THOMAS HUNT >>.D.. DelD. Fou. Notice.THE Somebody must pay oeln rd.
10,1859. 37- .
Sept ntRnnaway BARRELS NEW 'ori&le deductions I made to running 6 mule
I The Administrators of the 5'0
Charity Hospital} elect undersigned appointed sole agent to close
by MEGINNISS. i the aeaaou, wb a arrangement are madexforehawL otice.AL
________'S aonnallv, ja April, fourteen Resident Students who Aug. 20 1859. HOPKS. the binn. tbe late firm of H.B. FITTS tem .

i are maintained by the institution. 3 t CO. all persona isid firm are requestedto 'JER. RICAR.Rb. person* having claim*or demand against
ieU
j Aug. 27. 18n 85 ]V n negro boy GEORGE, atout 35ea.. v KiD April 9, 1 of
_ Notice.SI ejme forward ad pay same,and all persona estate of J. L L Green, deceased late
lAX stout built and black ion. Ap "
4)tage, : complec laving claim against said firm are requested to Leon eoonty.are notified to prevent them to onersigned -
.JOHN B. GAL8RMTU..1'. W i left plantation oo the 1st iot and is lyingout. -\V after the:undersigned will pr.eDt Plantation Goods. t
BREVABD JR. my mlh. dat pre- for settlement D. C. WILSON. within the time prescribed by lair, o tbi*
I think be is lurking in the neighborhood of h final a Ut.. and vouchers to the Judgeof &e, IV-9. SO [Sentinel copy. online plead in bar of ILeir recovery: ; all
; Galbraith & Brevard, ; Tallahassee or on the Ockolockooee: near' the place Leon county,aud apply for a final discharge fTTE a now receiving o.usual Fa supply of 1 b are requested to'make aa .

AT'rOe.E'EYS:: A T L.&W where JoIn W. Hale furweilyjiyed.( A liberal re- from the administration o the estate of E. A. Cotton. V Y Goods for Plantation us*, t we invite p'ieb "lert.PIIL

_I I wArd will be paid by tbe subscriber for his SLuler, deceased, late of said county. the inspection of planter and public r n rmll,. GUU Mm".

_ T41L"UlEr.. FLORID.\ Lenj..u i and confinement PATRICK. SMITH.M.ccaulie J. B. B.JEFFCOAT AdtuV. ADVANCES made o Gotten by BOPK"4 MBGIJWIS9.. ELY -
July ?J. 1859. ,Sept 17, ISi. 33-Sw : Aim;. CO, 1E5'. SI 6ni I CASH d. 4\n.27 '5J. 85 BOW d CO. Ac.nU59.. 3- Sept 1C. 1859. 3LIft

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