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The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00386
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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ApiHv:! _I ISiS-'_ 14. arTane;:'. ,.:, 'II uI!. ,i.ofi. "' ..f JIrc.ltli I'r ..- any bou'.c in the State.i Kojiiiri-s bat .-f>e Ff ek for f.'y lfci-1 .f a r-t\ .
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A. GAL LIE : as 'r l..t Ihl t. | !! lift( 11 LL wtt* tar corn-r ".f fiiii'.n!; : ." 1 .j.i.ie! ttrV ts, a 1:1 ,
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I I K'jtnciucuc: as fan tie put tj> \<*ti. or :'. 1/' 111:,('. .;,'11,.'. :. 1;, :. '". ( 1'11II Ma!llr. A do | Wool and mixed I tost-yf",I "lIe d.I.r.
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onQcr and! Commission \ .11.l! lu..1) 5-jifl Fl..ida hat| he rl..i.tl" btakin j -- s,r-- :$ :' i
In I ...il"'ftlfll ih""I:!" tIr lO'C.tio." "rOnn' (.; I ,1r. 'J\iu, .\//..', .wrtfirr JJrttu- LADIES DRESS GOODS.
WILLIAM 1? 21lJSScll. 1'LOW USED
I.I ER CHANT. tit* ttrpive .f WV" es; ]:' .11urr.
U *J Umtiuftecl lo'lii P vr.lu; n..I.'tI'tJ Spring: u..p .irt. a! II wi as i iu rwrits ere fcnerftl'y tnown. and tlat.
j'n"-. I l'i.. "I't.I.I. 1"5. T9HI I nay earl' TALI./ HAS SED, FLORIDA jag "" f'.:;e ( :11t11.1; l\tary Tvitilrv I .. : rcvcrnl willi.
__ __ I Mitt D Liia Rol:s. j t! ilo Expaiieti.n d.Mvti't taking year* t(<;eiW, it l bet a smalt
'OflMV; ;: AL8O- MA-CVI ArTfirr.1: nj- {\'PI'JTI!: A:>O & IIEKTInox ;:( -/ : Pntait'Hittx : ChoscP. II. ; !t'aek Cloth 'laun.s! I part f present plow! "\" -iise", beinj not onljs tton .
MI; .\. A fine J.I ..r rwrliy. Lkli I trill fell at the! low : : .. .
*. I' 1. .\11:, \ n't.L! : AXI UKTAIL: .:rtv rt'e., 4.'' I CasJiineris! tl. ''Kniicy Cjifs-iriere .1. : >ft .I..lIt. Lutchea1nstjiusvslielicayi! : to lined s
at law .i4 powiKlp pri "c |I iinc'lim: tnl 'I'loly| of Seu'et' .
Attorney .. DrAMi: ; IN PLVIX I'v.rv JAVAXVEIVA.r. AH 1'\\!1.1.' will wil reawmat.V 4-Ws. ,
77 r {, "t li"fii"a.' phvn ifr,' AM lliey at | Dv i Fn-iieli Cai?o ,10 :i'liack: Cl"th i- oliowlsMid'-S-ve. fl. for Ills) 't.-ek. il.l .\"1. Ln,'rb
\.i.\lI\.QT.: I'M. April So., ISS'.I. iK-ly \ : 1 fcei'pri'r; <>"i 1; arid strict .tt iJi. to ltr-ottlf'II. th, wiiln .
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? 1 IT.- cL:n'.* ft ii'erit the b-rtrt lx bistuwtdti.eir
j POST & MEL putmui jo > >te _
Silk r'riii.- s .1: trimmings tLaJit and ilirJes lisa --1
SPLEDfl> I I
JS ii artnrt.: .iCKsin! i Parlor upt'ft prcdtctf
i 1\ \ 1',1.11, A it_IIKU:_ COMMISSION MERCHANTS 4 tail TTfKHi Stov.triai'ed. witli uettocts i 1)lj: ti 3 rr'Scrl HCD3. EttJ4uand: hil''ltillM- l=J I r I" 11'-4 I

., and u'uraleii'v. at n-.!tiee PAPY & ARCHES, CI I'oytJrns MMM-I, Out Door XVorJ.Rftofiny. .-. Part.lar Tt"ttin p-m: _t. .IVeteripifolK i.ii.-erre. CLOTHING: AND GENTS DRESS GOODS.nrk iUiii.EJllFl'nteritetl\ mSTHmFCOU '
N"E'VV'; f.ta Puny .to !!
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OB..I.E.8..1\-TS. < -c oi'ni cycz "t La"VV ._. I .OrmnKt.tnl rr.1' H.: }!. fJutt.rin..r'C'o tiuv HI! t i"t.N Cloth Coats J Ste.flikCflh. Ihwk'u, p aato ,

', M: !! '.II.\-.I.!:. I U'iMI'A.Cenry it r. J.'IR TO re r and Tin Cojidtielins ii1ea.Sbt.tt Lead(SLeotXiw. I v. I..t! cr i'. Irj. .-,\. 45 Tvred '*Jo d.!> Fw.-e.la I J Caa.iiinvro dit'a.ainiere ] Juno! 2Jf.1 18:.:>.
; Lead PIjics.; i'.iti-nt CI.; lien Pu.-u *. wcrkofarery : d.s L lOik: Ua.rohirte! \ DAPTKO;
:. Meam Tlmnia J P. r1.in" & ('. T Katia**,., :.. I : '. L- SLop JUKH Cr-.atn Tartar -up. Carb.S. -oa!. rah.'t .,, Hearer C l. di* f jVi. r Df, .1.i to tl.oeimninaih iiistrltutngnrsny: ; :J
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vnrirty ( at < >rt notue.City I .: kind "f inunure la..ll t'.rtilLbrsihttLcr: Cr.eJrIIM.
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L. Rutgers lMt4m: I'. ."'. Mi w.ntf. :t.it C KuijI I;Zc'I'auu. l.tar, C.ps.raa 1 4.c. at Ihr Jf K-n the! >t"r". Slit A Satin do i I"'l ney a i.!.iiii Silk Cravats > >. eih'.r; in 1.r..I"!! r in drill. Any. rat itwa.n '
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n..rd.t D.III.II ii. St. ..rk, to ArtS rc p Hfii"\ invited to ,ire nu- a tail befuie pun I J. R. Gl&& JJ Y .1 Ct >. J.iii'tt!w' oms.t M-.rseiltsa.I coil Sticks. Silk A I* C t-o a pur.t.itio.. ( remli'v 1 fur tluspnrp ,

cj ::: :uiissioa: I I MERCHANT I Mr. .'all11,1'. Key W.,:. VMcNauiHit d1Iui.J* !H'wliorc.Sf X-.r. 12 1nW. 4S t:. Shirts; .t SLut IIIK< ( at aiul a trifiiri tln-iin": the'. above Any j to Liiitrr be not Riving true will ft maI
M4-ara.. I A C )m onl.! Atlanta. Ceo. t X. [I. All arlirle wsnr.fartned from lie very
r' \ I.!! \!.\ KE. FLA. J. N. M!< KiiiiK-n .: O,_ lljoaiasviljo Lest material and warranted durable. JCo! otLerari / 'LO\ ". NntHM'2T, Cintlal.". AI!II "r.| >e*>, Mac.V .-, BOOTS & SHOIJ: I have his: m"niy hI'II" .

jtttiet II. I5 :;:;-1 lewill Iw (.1'.1 l for ,ae. PepptT (Cayewje and blatkI) I'ulaul Srrd l, One of the :att I It il ,'r eating Invtntic-ci-ttw
-- --- .- .-- -- ()etob'rii. !Sfi.;. 42 D..u.1e! Musthtd. Junutka (ibiy'T.. Pui.-e Ourr in G_tiU Calf S ew.I l PK.)t. .L.lir! U'aJkils' '..ioesaontdi Very thing;; f..lu..r have 'hog l UeeJcd.
i i ;li.u.ri-* aa<: .MI Cwttoo ort 7..tccro 1' ri' Ltiaips and Gr iii"l. Olive; Uil (ieliitiiMJUbcrs do :itt.tNfl.l .I'. 11.autf'f". (V- I
i ;i" 1.1" in it HI Kew Y:k. iIa [ 1\ A.iNSURANCE State"Baiik .. .' ., and Thore "i-l.into I Stale
s "oTFlorldaTTALLAJfASSKK. C y(-'st I'"wli..r.1 and -uidiitz IVw!'r!. I J" IrU'lI; ti.i .s. li C'UUIren Ibycib. pnrrluisr *r County 11.1? tIll

< : 'K tX M\V: V< !RK FOR SALE, ; CONPAlf e.Ut.ra(1'. ri..Ift. aL w C.irate of .Matt'oaka.! at the s..r.11 Col'III' ra:.. .Ilrs..J. for either .'f the aljwve Invention, e-r "-IMI,;.;U. b.
-1- Cmwr DruiMi.rc.. J. lb! tiRLtJUUV! .t CO.: C ..T* (;tdi. r., A large "'PI'!} I.a.hir. I e ,:!ie atr'-nt for tl..- sale of lightnow base aaopi.rtniiitv -
t/x tu,1.<" 1''. I O/ JIAKTFOKH.InrorporalfJ Nov. 12, J '!.'. .Hi I Iu linl.U-r Ovci. |: Ilubtx-r! Ovrr -l.c! 1114 J { fur ;rt'-.t grainAdJrtss
; '. :s. 11 j ---- t Sewed nod l'. f"OI.I.II.! "lUv. JAMES PEELER.Talialiasjce .
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CT: ornl'f- flT.R3' UIII.UIXG.S Congress Water nr\J':1t1I. ;I lhiest Erogsu. FlmiJa.My .

J. M. CALLAWAY, in M9.-riiartcr Ttrprlual.CASH I lI"n. A. J. PnELEU.iill net a8 my agent at
_:- mIlT EXCIIAXOE ON XE\V YORK AXD A FRESH -n'l':Y. at the CORN!:!: DRUG tLi! pl.-ice aol M nuthorized t.> sill Individual. Cocoty. -
WWir.1! !: i ( OMMISSUW( :MCKUIA.VT, sew ouLEAXs.ro;: SALE. GROCERIES.Htoonl I J
C.\I.I.i.A1.-! A V TO oJ: .f J. li. CKLCOUY .1 CO. t>r State rlblts, vr employ t"llh for the sale of

I ,- '.' 'n-- Aiioyvis: .t LIVU.T. 1,000,000. WM. HAlLEY, Prtsi !erL Novoii.bor J:. If,"!. -J l'Ii; Java C-ir e, |M.!a SH'-. lial'In; *. Cliewe.Cnfc I I tieanie. JAMES PEELER.
I' v. R. PETTHS. Ca*! !ier.GARDEN ---- -- ---- : '- ---- --- !,.. OranuUted an..!| nJce. F.mr. P.u. kwVa, .T'ncn.ict,. :.1-1 v
; \V! Y '*i hand hti.1 l i vivirr frc'HsizjiI IXSrCK AOAIXST I.flS ANt> DAMAOK RT FIKE,
1ird.Damn. .
. -! -I.rulr I t. J!;, s Rock Potash Colfre Sugnr. | Oiiion P.ratoi-a. I
Ororif. N.. WXTKKMS: AUAI1iilT: TIIK! IIAZARli.ANItOONMSTKNTWITMTIIKLAWS I !
: | "if. i"i'4i' ami Family I ; Si.e< .t $!!e.CiTers.! .'IV.vh, Appti" AmetientiS. AntEs & LIVELY .
| ji, M'--tii.; :; :.uO!* to (ill .rer from yr c (UlrTlo SEEDS. rrIT .(O/.T .IT1 '/." CVRXKR D :n; STOi. C. Hams & lle.s Pork..! ninl Cognac Erniklv. Gin.Gislwn ,

I'M,1.! ,4' l"'we t nuiketrnicv Cocn- I U. c. r.1;WIS, sIgeii J. R. GREGORY d CO. I'.uttcr. | Knrn, \\ '.u, .1(., G-ro"'t or JL859.
.1.! ail;) otbeT p od< euTisinied ti) roe ft* -- -- I' :
: .1 pom4; atUi%ti An-urt l.r. If:;'. ;;s j I S (.XD HIES.addry .
I t i -initv ore r< "|ctfully solicited h S % .tIlEIlflI of iVf", I''','.n-ill' n '
'.-I priee'ttiy pind l lf,'r.- purcl.'ai5i -- --- JIlC..UO'I'IC- }. extensive i..t\ of tl:- bvot an.: .! ,uio,t reluble! co i iVcgetatlo Delicate Food for the Sick. Hardware, Cntlcr,. Crv'l"'n'. FUwnreKjj I S ...1 ..

i ] \-i\: articUs warrai.ttd to lie as rf'r>rp I I and Seedsb j "T3EARL BAILEY S.:"i, Tapi.*.>. I'mina Corn tnir and$ Kit. Fawy titmd, .te. *(. All f\j e : I! I
-o----- Agricultural
I....' .. .? ,. J. H. 1.\r.\JJ\.y. o. IJOHD. tr. l. -_ L_ u'mI :'!: .A.,: :? 1:. t: 1l,7'1 '; :t. ol ;" t..12.1' ttf.wliie!' the .ubcriWrs i- are now offeringrrntlne ; :- na.\jg@ U
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>en ol/M-rvcd : and a* a further precaution the vi I I Itslity !.,. : li *. h,t lil illur t"! nnk* tonur frieinl '..{-". -1:0 ,,
Drs. Taylor & Bond of, the Seeds is tested before bens ''t
PEELER'S generally : -- -------- ref I IN ir plltrut''zelut'.t" .-stt'nd t. us and i1' /
A. J. .. offered for sal" ; so that purchaser niny tieptiid; < 'c-J t
!w>ri.-il$I..tll1 l tl lie prlll.ti. (Medicine. Of I' Aromatic Tonic Bitters. awaitiitlUir furllwr trr very truly, pJ St
HAVE I ..ttill. iboee that fri b ami, of the most reliable :
7. > \v & COLLECTION OFFICE, at the "I.' -TANP <'t Dr. Taylor. r.re MiX.JHT. A OKJ'.ONl. 1"1 .. 1t
Tiill.ili.lMMM-. F J'iurv 1. :W'. t, cliiru-ter.: : AMES; i L1VELV. | rpIIMSE IVb-l'tful and Iiivi .i-aiin, WTTEHS: tr il 1 iii? w M..... n,'..r eoj.\. ".. '., D\\.I\ '" ..? -... ,
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i -- --- Xov. SO.. If?B9. invaluaMe article fr those sifilicted with Or ). I I'!.. 41 .b .
11.1. iii tU> Cii--i.it O.urtf OadMlen. -- --- -- --- -- -- !) Indi los .. .
} i < ;i.-o TALLAHASSEE vjpa : esiif-n or Apatite, and thosexvLo :
\ t ii.I l :1ad.'g*. and ELItCK-SI'UTHIITG fL.A.tj C !
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I. "" W .d.ulia. > !IK.n \ \\k l-tl.eeolU-ctM'ti (4" note* ami iC- CARRIAGE SADDLEEY I llE :srP: SCRIBER gives iioti.e from icLiies 'r latitude attendant in Warm Climates I 4 RE now rectivin: a larce ami fresh supply tof
Ml :MIS "| 4tjt; l OlIlllM*. : I -;:- T that, he has orwncd hisj I will find! in tLe Aromatic Tonic Hitters u valuable -0-- -iJL every variety ofaiicl.bert by Dru .gi-sU.

: "t>!'.'.<:.. in the t.''I-itA". "pjxjsJtetheduorof; the N I) ':- 11LACKSMITI1 SIlO again iu \J' reine
.* ,., 'I.! "% (.'II.r..I.fi 'O l I .V 11 TX K S S I "I1IWCtiollhh hi.LIVEKV. : ST\ LE", where he wil : when prottrafed.Directions I' and others will always find at tli* establishment' a
I o : .I I :.H. \-f have done all kind of Plantation and Carriag worVALSO I for uf accompany the Bottle. 4 RE row receiving '"-- lull supply of every thin f needed in our line mini! onns
-- ---- ESTABLISHMENT. Predated and tol' bv jttheir!: ; ;- : I liberaL terms as tlicy can bp had in any Southern

FIRE INSURANCE J. R. lRi GORY A CO.Succefsoia /;,, anl Wi..t "Io-J. 41I Ir."t f' Market. Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly attended -
_.no 0rI - IIOR"E SHOEING in the very beet manner; to EnwAKU nAt ARD.X'moer tfG..aL.jrJeaa; : 'fttt l I to and filled with t lie same Correctness as if

f\l HUE: AND MAlilXC USIUAM'K CO. lIE !WnS'HIJUn: -. () and will use every f'nc1cnvor.to have work itt. IF51. .tR M-:.,,: la tlie iJf.t \ 5 1' I personally rllrthMf'II'l Cu@.r.m"L To Cast an J
done with nn.1 l to suit eiT.tomers.P. _.--- _.- -- - time buyers, feel confident! I in
IM'ANSYLVAN'fA.I.NST 11t\'ill: PPcLu..d dispatch I --- f prompt we ""yi"ICI'
: Clothing Department
the ititereM .f ihe late / B. UROXAXV.! : Fluid f.47fi I cjin give; them cntii -.lti..lrti,1I. Our STOCK lOr.-
l Hi. ,;., '.... !Fic ., tlir uual terms V"V Superior Burning '
:IK. -I \t\ i we have, the Largest and I -
I 'F. DAVID E. Ht-LL iu $ i& I January 1.. 1FS9. I : j I ; prises-
II. 1l.C1C'I"llt.! I .
I et Assortment enr..1 -j "
j the ('arriItre. Saddlery : ? ----- - -- CAHPHEKE: LARD & HEATS FOOT OIL, > Prms. D..e Stulti.Molkee .
r-iln- n.Hi ferilmtleCitcnit
i ji and Harness Jiusinct-s, ... o_ Cheap Groceries ", 'TlII5LC'I,
FRESH the
\VARRAXTED .t corner Drug
I ing in part of l.lack: and Coored! Clotli! Frock a'.d Clrt'lIIi.al-4
Ellis & Co. nt long: kept by him, 04 I band and sale by the subj I V Store. J. I R. CREOORY A CO. Sack Coats, Cassmiere Suits. mark nml Fancy: I Putty.
Orlopp j j'J.I. would respectfully inform a ; : .l /1OXSTAXTLY .u .r j I Fancy I Perfunsery. Buri.img: fluid
>( 3, IS59.; -18Notice.
the IUII:1L.I I I of5 1-J, \s' -iix-r.! between the Tallahassee It R. Depot Oa \. .' \1.1: IIIuus: IX LI-ION and adjoining : .' :and Car.ly', Foundry and directly opposite I nkt Vtlret and Cloth Vests, mack nnd P!ue i-iver.; : Pilot Oii! Class \are.

ii j/i/-/rt//! : FIM: CITLJIRY Oiuntics that Ie'ill continue the buinec in all its I llit'tanec; ; cunsistios t>flUcox I 1 Cloth Fancy Cas ., \r..r1h.I..n. and 'Murph I FiIN S..npI. Window m3!..
branches, Jkt the Old Stand l, here niiy be found at I PonK. FLora of all I qualitiesVTuissKiT. ; \ J FT brothers Tho!. I!. :md l C. P. Chaircs, are my Over Coits.: A full asjoitmont! tlf Fiis T..oth and Hair 1rnnufu/'tnrt'd ToLaccC, 1
t..1 \N. /STOI.S, .Sr., 4e., ail tiints, Si I .,\n. SiurRci ;-. i ._\ J autli1.en"e from the I ltru.ltee. J'at"t 31cbiines,
AID YOUTH'S CLOTHING
=. '.17 1'e-irl Str i. Xv York.IO >* \ViirTEO.xiosT.iiMp tEETS TATJ: S. Ac.lWm State. Rr..N. CIIAmF.8! J&. BOY I faill' Eru.hiae. Fine HA\'nn Segar
: IBEHT: KLLIS. JOC .OINIY', Ttuggir*, Iorul1rtlmn. Si/ilJJca, a.- low as at anv o'ln-r Rat:In.a.I St.itivn. FannUeroy. Dec. 10, 1859. 4tf Chi1.lrf'II'IJ.uittt., Rf.tind Jackets, Clnck! P.rorrn and Surical JII.trnm..nt. Medicine lit!.

MAX! j'.. OR I/)PP. JR. Harness, Ilridlcx \YJiip.t, Trunks atxl 1 fur Cas-h only.! TllOd. IJAUXAUD.Xov. --- --- Fancy Cassimere Sick and Frock C.at-. Pants I. atiteil tn PL'mtati"n foil Jo'tmi! tie...

THOMAS! P. ELLIS. itnd Machine IMting 2r.. IKi'.i": 47 iQETEB'SWORSTED and Vests, Silk and Velvei! Y c6t.. Cloth, PtIE WiNES Bl\ lIns-rnr .n'IuL purp..c.A ..
Beavir ant Satinet .
Over-Coat-
.T.\: L.M.Yonge.-:,? 4 Of every variety. And in fact eVI.rj article una1ykept --- l.NOcoo -

in eucli an eMabliihuiwit ; and he, hoju-s by at GBAITD OPENINGor ST0BE FURNISHING GOODS OUNCES SULPH QUININE.

& McClellan tt'tili-'ii to the intcrots of I.i- eu"tonif rn, to merit a D. II. AMES. iL LIVELY.
THE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL \Vhite and Fancy Marseilles anil Linen I o,.ni SI.irlh'ron ?,
continuance, of the so librr.illy bestowedup ,
14 IWi.
I II patronage } and Carrot Collars, Silk, Merino end Sha'ker -M.iy_ __20____._ _
1.'t'te rn.oys n't La"'QV, < Ins. predrc. #s.'r. J. I:. I'UHDY. NEW STORE, KOKROE' STREET, Canal Street, near Dauphine, Flannel Undershirt and ]rawtI-, Merino SUPERIOit '

1 '. V 'Hi I I IV \I.L Tilt tot'C1* ot' WEST FLORIWA. Hie su'j Til>er would aUo inform hif friend' and I LAWREXCE oi1LMA: I'ROl'r.J..a XE\V: ORLEAXS. Prow.Vhite. Cotton Half BURNING FLUID,
the public that lie still continue (Lt Agency of the -. .--- -
Hose, Wbite! nnd Colored Cambricand CAII.PHENEIi. :
.1>: ; i 1'1 i \T l'i\sv: <-()i.\ % 1)1 'KIXXA.'Mi. ,
veil known and justly crlebruteU -0- DIRECT IMPORTATION OF
Silk! Handkerchief
\ I'.."..t. K rl.r.LI.\X: M3rii.nnaHOGUE ITIZENS of Tallabapsre nnd vicinity and at ran- Susjtnde. C IS < S JL W E &LAID OILS.
\\ hcclcr Jf n /SOll'S" 'ing Machines.Tallahassee. C Berlin: Z'phyr and Splii %Worsted Shetland\o!! .* and *L.ulierE !
i. .i\' :, ls-'. 2 cers Bojoiiniir-g; thrum, are respectfully invited For sale by AMES LIVELY
Fl**tod INir-tf Si11.it, En liph Knitting and French races, uck.: Calf,
-. Sept. 21. 1859.- --S9i ---.- to e.iil Mid.. rxuniine: for thenselvrs my new and *le- Embroidery Cotton, Canvas, Pattern tie. etc. Thresh. Pill:: _May_14_ 1M9. ___10 ___ ___ .___

& AltlAKER, gai.t: St ck rf j All f-Vr* promptly attended. to. White, Colored antI Black Kid Gloves. Fan y nnJBaefc The Original Extract Quality

PLANTER'S HOTEL DRY OOOD3. CLOTHIXO, ]I Dec. in, 1B03. 492mMaster's Silk Ties Stocks, te. Also,
ATTORNEYS\ & COUNSELLORSU J HATS A Corn.Starch
,FAXCY GOODS. CAPS i An EXI.u.h'cq rMnriii of ,
I
i _;. AS3EE, f" ORIDA.ri SHOES & ROOTS EMBROIDERIES, .o, SaleIE Cloth,Cassiinerts and Vesting, Fancy Coatingdc, ljrtv.PAREI) f'X.r"Hly! for Pudilir.gc, Ice Cream

A.T XW, Establishment; tikes anf! a frr at tIany.AJ.ernrbeles: tco numerous, to men:; I I Itioii. I which they are prepared to Manufacture to Oid:r at I. Citkei..1 ance MngeCuetsr.le.! Pies. Ponnige.&a
HE Proprietor of the above REAL IE S TA. T E .
f.-r the and (ra.I.. the shortctt notice and iu the most ".hi"'lahle man: Rf''I.i.I! frerh by AMES ;
\ \ K f"rtnNl retuming public
f>{ a decree r f the: Un" J. AVaylca 3Iiv2i.lS.5t5.: 21Congress
I Purchasers wiilliu,1 HIM Kitabli -EN pnrstsitic 1'I.rmItt'a4'nIL1 All in want of GOOD
at
tir -
l.a" and will attend to professuMial busititiu i"-p"t"ti"n. I tier.
open I
any generally for their patronage during ;lho pa4 yerr, 1_ Paler, Ja.l-cof! the Middle'! Circuit of Honda ---' --
I f would do well to L
th Lnte the CLOTHING
> season. give us a ca Yater.V
I 1'. HOW; E, A. PERRY AMAKER.Wn respectfully A ion; esp iicstee i m this! bo-wieM: and rirrt rate rol1I' f.ittinJ i'l Chancery maile at Chambers on the 'J'Jth October 15, 1859. 42 .
: \ I. IbiS. 13Nathaniel same as be lias madeADDITIONAL nccti'-iis, I n.lxbc! the .proprietor to projrrcss wIth the: day of Xovembfr. A. D. 1S59 in a certain cause FRESH SUPPLY, just received andf..r..I
IMPROVEMENTS W wherein Joseph I). Tuni.-r i is cor.i.lniunl..inil| : Tliom- I by AMES & LIVELY.
n:e an.! prmlticc and faebioiiible: goods at the j jopeniir :.Z35.mw: 1OGO.
iu Ida Iloute since la.t Fall, and is now prepared to Hamlen of Joins TiTiier deceased, and James Cabell FALL & WINTER STOCK.
accotunioht' all onIIEISOXIBLE attractive tt'H-k in the eitr.I1atinj j
White
; Turner are defendants, the imdcrsieneJ, named and I Lead.
a !oitcd tbe louj f tanihnj motto J
TERMS. ]
MERCHANT Ma: .ter in said decree i1.:
COMMISSION appointid: as Special on I
ljrRF EXTRA J Xo. 1-Ground in LIo- -
None nerd fear for want of good Rooms and JJKM] QUICK SUES AND SMALL PROFITS, tIe, second Monday! iu January A. I)., lfif.0. sell at Joseph Wc&cr, .- pure
N". :X* 1Irts St., Now Oilcanr.i I -s. I iced 0.1, just received and for sale by
Fare. There is anOYSTER we y"nire to astonirb puichascre with our low pri- public! outcry to the highest bidder before tbe Court I IHou AMES A LIVELY.
-. e.". nnd hope by eirict attention to the business to : TI.10'' ) !:. '. IIi SALOON AND BAR recti\c a liberal frbare uf public patronage.L. i forth in the answer of the eaM Thomas K. Ix>onard .AM EALER IXKeaJyOIade May21.1S59.- SIT

i ':. ;", Jame. K. Erooioe. I Ta11alllgscc K: in connection with the Hotel. OI1LMAX.O.toVr I to complainant's! bill of complaint as the lan
n |L{. A. : ..... | C. II. FISHER, Proprietor. _1. 1S59. 40 by the estate of faid Jonas Turner deceased to-wit : I _.L.i IV us, Sardines, Pickled Oyster.Brandy) Peaches .

A lj N.-vrs. } l I3 November 12. 1 *59. 4(5 I 'I"lie X F. J .f the NEt of Section: 13, Township, 2, aNt) GEXTLEJIES'S 0 flFurnishingGoods Preserved Lemons. Oranjrt. rine AppU aDd

.i.,: ",;'n.r. L ], r.Se9wrt, -. -- Special Notice. I II Ranjje 2 t, X-itli and East; the. S W 4 of the X E | JJ Ginger, Green Gage MannaUdc LeuwmSyrup, ka'p-

..iin .Snellin ijainry. H.i.ivn P. B. BUG K A W S. I 1" AM y-ry anxirus to close cp the iffiirs of Ilmlsj.! of Section 13. Township 2, Range 2, Xorth and East; Taliabassee ITa., berry do. StrawWrrv do. Pine Apple dt>L, and Ginjl .

\Vt,,. lUiley. JefTerwiu county, Fla. I .1. 1.i-,. tx>>tt d ....le. Pirg'.ms indebted. t.:1 lIl..1t1! 'I the W i the S W 4, the S E i of the S W J, the .1 J. U l'uttulIl\.Isq.. Madison ** HiuAucu LIVERY AND SALE STJ..BLtSJT.LLAIIASSEI I will pltRjeenH on me at an earl t.Ilyan'J \ \V J of the SEt. and the E J of the S E } of See- IS now receiving" at tie old fctand of VTeber tDantibeimer Haddock llallibut rind Wmd. Aetvrtcd PickU.

,.tr.c SiVele. l Eq_ Cedar l Keys Fla.ihtim1 payment or I ,'iillc compelled to sne. ./" 1tfff ion 12, Town'hip 2. Range 2. North and East ; also next dour to R. H. Berrj's Auction Scotch Ale and Porter.

(Itell UIla. iitf the S W J of Section 7. Towtit-hip 2. Rooms, a large and well criccted Assortment uf 30,000 Havana Segars.

KeHmicton. I*!., i llwlMKij G E .tl I lIE Proprietor would inform "...( bfJ; J. K. r'llim. D. II. POOLE.W I Range 5, North and East; also the X W i of the Jl Fall nnd Winter Goods I AMEs LIVELY. -
Eol:: N'l XU". ,,1', :, en. f" bit friends aud the < ?. lK5-\ 41IflEU1CAL E J. and the XV J of the S E i. of Section 13, i fOSKMIVO IS FAST OFC'ollis May 21. !$:?. 21
'
lack J Mar.l>. t>q. Djneanville, GeaXOT. _'! puhlit'. that be has rebuilt his, ___ Township 2. Range 2. North and Las! ; containing. .
Ca..irn'rl'l', Ve tinis, Fancy Ceilings, Cod Liver Oil.
2(1( 1S5S. 47 'I uric P.rick bubles. at the old Ktaul, and i il now IV OT 1 C mT. according to the call <>f the patents, five hundred: and .
ie.. l-.K-U he to make to
; prepared 1 to accommodate bis friends and customers -0- eixteen Cl 100 acres.TtRV I order in wlll1..mtu It prepared like and up I' THRESH AND PUR of celebrated "Brara!."

He also bas attached t..l.i" Stables, a good mack. ? or SIrE On third cash and the balance a manner JJ Hegrtnan, Clark G. C. TOWNSEND, j with Shop where, be will have have done all kindsot 1 I Dr. Stuart White in equal instalments! payable in one and two yeir j on the rno*>t reasonable terms. Fur sle by AMES .t LIVELY,

Plantation work. Horse "lloNn!.aud Carriage work in TTUAS locat..1' near Station 1, on the Pen. Justice of the Peace- the very 1'est manner and with promptness and iii-- :i J 1_ Railroad and oficrs bis professional services I date with mM1ga on the land od! fur tbe security Black and Colored Cloth Frock: and Sack Ccal,

T \I.I.tII .\ SEE.: KLOK1DA.j P Jtcb. 1 to the tititens of the surrounding; t'\uqtr '. He cant of the deferred payment" I Fancy Cavinicrc Suite, Black and Fancy Cassimcre RECEIVED-A wplynlMm.ALLEX'S! !

-- .- XoveraberS, 1853. 44 o found at tin residence of Mr. J. J. Cluiires, about I ROBERT B. HILTOX. tin) Tweed Piinti. Black emil Fi cy Silk. Velvet stud aft Hair Restorer and ZilobaUamum-
.. I, I II Special MA ter.D Cloth Virile ; IlLicit Cloth and Ik'avtr Over'CvaU, For sale by AMES t LIVELY. a ,
I
mile from the Station.
COl'RT n.8F.'oxn MOX- -- -- one
) ; ri.AR | -- -- I
j full May !I. 1839. 21
with ofIlos
I M-mber 10 1859. 49-5w together a asdortmebt
I V ..' in month. I' and HarnessFor I Xov. 26. !1' 9. 47 __ __
every Carriages, Buggies, __ __ _____ -- I and Youilt's Clolliin, i
I iEnglish
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\ -lm
v.mUt 5, lt>5V. {: Linseed Oil -
.__ I Sale by P. B. Brokaw. I I McdienlNoiice.DR. Salt and Potatoes. made up in tbe most approved ttyle 01 iliion, and ,

-' UN U. (. 'UIRUTU..T. W. RE\\lZUJR., j xrnJt rpHE Subrcriberbas just received ----0--- SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT. 5f 0 I of the very best materials.FURNISHING. A PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For ul.

9 l5 K i. very large supply of Carriaces.iS2lSIRuegies. RIDLEY i :000; Sticks Turke J*I: u.l. 50 bbls. Mercer ]i GOODS, I by the Cask or gallon. LIVELY.

Galbraith & Brevard, and Harn"! wl-icb be off 11 I JAVING t.ldelluint'd to locate io :"w Port, i and Pink Eye Potatoes, just landing and for sale ,I AMES &
White and Fancy Marseilles and Linen Eoeom fn 2 1839. glCompound
offer bill !I f _
for sale on the most reasonable term respectfully ICr"ICelJ t. the citi- br HEARD & DE HAY. 5
TTOie.I5r2iYS! AT LA'VT7 I 1 i Shirt. Byron and Oirrvt Collar, Sfk Merino and
Jjovemberl 8.1854. 46 z"u.f (be village and adjacent rount" iu all the I: "Dec. 10. ;859. 49 :
\LI.AHASSKr, rtOKIUA. I __ __ LrtnclwI t f tie .,.edial pror'ion ; and LoJe' IhoAt - .- -- Shaker Flannel Undershirt* and Drawer. Marion Gentian
'. .",;, I '.:'", 0 Mill nn experience of fifteen years (together with a determiii | i IVown and White Cotlon half Hose, White and Colored -I .
Grist Notice. Cambric mod Silk Hdk'f. Sucriendtrs. Bock.Cj :I a: rwlM I&.1Jjj- -
it ion to discharge every duty appeit lining In his i!
\ STEAM GRIST MILL lUll been put np and rroref ,.'n.) will enable him to pi\e en-ire 1Ilti.f..c. ]I II : J.L J'PODS Mi.4trd i tf tW late firm of A. R I imre, Thread, Silt. White. Colored and BUck rpg BITTERS are an infainble remedy for

M. P. ELLIS--1' '. is now in operation Dear the T.l1Aha-e Railroad lion t\ th*e who may f"'I"orl.illl with tlcir. patronage.X. : __': Combs i C u or to the undersigned east come Kid Gl. "' ; Faney and Black Silk r .. Stocks, Ae I; Bilious and all disorders arisme from A derafqredI : 1.
their Corn ground can | B attention S I will have the I Cootident of Lie ability to give entire ealuCietioa.be I condition: of the digestive organ. Dyspepsia Delil-
COMMISSION: I E It C Depot Those' wibing} Rpeeial given toh>rn'c: .Ii (. t. I forward and I settle immediately they
i i want of .
those
lie will toO for bu an'tlft dou't I respectfully solicit a call from ity, Liver Complaint, Low Spirits ant of App
of
LM accommciLitcd. prepared mess It'tO. fir.t of pleasuie sttthuz "i'h I W" It A I. advances! n"Jf'nt Cotton bid line. JOSEPH WEBER 1 LIVELY .
consijueij U
I ._ I THOS. RARXAKD: i CO J.uuIK':. this fir one or two lit f"r all. : nvthin- tit 'ltkt IKUIM < in X.-w Yolk. Def uS.r 15*_ Ocu-Ur I IS, th1.! 13i. May Cl, 1J9. 51TTST
:\'ljtl-r ;A. t : 4i S. g.m: Oct. l h4i R. C. WILLIAMS
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j Attitude of Virginia.In S.HTII .ASD Xunn.-Tht : I February. 1839, HM_U CUT concluded a 'pf'f'11.

t ttBri3iafl tc Oilt1ifl1. our juJgent. anything will arrest the progress condition to go to war than the Xorth. It i is the all I Thrri, i* n article, r.mRrk the Richmond Des Jan. 1.- The steamer Canad-i. from. I on the slivery qu sllon iu the following tr..N''

of KejMiblicanisui and th! .confederacy : producing portion ff the Union. I produces patch. whMi tile !outli purchases more extensively Liverpool for Boston, has touched here. She brn>g j wisdom -
mAck 8\f from the i :
thr.t Lring a .
I the staple money rid.in: Liverpool datesl the 17th ult. \
of the North To nothing
--- ---- from the icriotu of disunion debt'whieh'it i It tutu .hocand l-oots. wy "If dark exht on our political
very consequences I I country. Time oxves principally The sales of cotton in Liverpool fur the .e.1 one spot horizon

4 TALLAJIASSEJC : it is tIme attitude which the! great and patriotic !l, ,i..ue t the* North With its cotton, sugar an. to I of the \1.i-4. the whole slave population of the I reached G2.0UO> UIAll qlAHliu had i- ln |I' Is it not obscured by the bright and effulgen r.J

--- State \'irenia: i Is aeeuimimm.Vl.mst, d.A attitude I ael( it supplies more than half th t export South ,yt.1:h," 1 of Northern mnnufattur( Millions I&and holders were preying upon the market in ; cheering li htsth,1."el'D1 all around usV"a,
t L It is the great mart for .rthern prdiKe. -' forward of the ifew The ever a people before blessed a* we are, if tru*
"il'w oHIe
the 17/i'> into frur.
ruiKinj.j:
JANUARY 7, I860. is reader Icjni from the Richmond Examitter il upon arc pourid Mn5ldots.unu'iy coming
( our may Let the South cut loose to-morrow fl'OII tl.e there sales, on Friday were 7."X> bales! the market closing to lur.-t'l4'1MN t Did! ever any other nation e.>tf m
of the ::ult We quote as follows: I"i"n. imrmii the next day there will be such a craSh fur the purehat-e of this nridl' I quiet. Saturday the sales were G,00<) bales the within its boon **> many element* tf pro>p. riiy. tf

JACKSON LODGE, No. I. We ere preparing to resist, to the bitter end the thl Xorth a\'a never dreamed of before. Itcould were no other jection, the !I'l thus isrougistare.inf5riur market dOlglh Tittle inquiry and prices weak.A I greatness and of glory t Our only real danger ti,,

DREnCES.r reminded that a regular meeting election of a mArk President in 1SCO not ret-over for it would not hove the proj; to tln. of Southern mike. They aregottuii'i.'j ---.-- .- .- ahead, conspicuous, elevated and viaille. It w.

4 the Lodge take place at the M* onle II till* as calmly and delil Hrlu1.lcnn the great men of I ducts of tIme Ninth to recover uiou.| a* it did in ) for Southern. hnrk.l. r.defective in Veto from Cov. Ranks.yew I j clearly discerned at time commen C .
,. JSO. B. TAYLR 17V8-'< met the t itch issue of that lay.Oir 1857. could not negotiate a loan cither here or 1 : seen throughout our whole career Shall ,
ten.S.VTF1TDAT. : I whichto many nld soon wi-nroutnuJarc ."I.,!. Every YORK, !>"". 29 -A special dispatch from it sad all
i_ .nn..T, 16O. Secretary pnt : brave citizen art forming from the Ohio in Europe, for there 'out b nothing upon ,3\5 that Governor Banks its,, Tcto--J a (> wantonly run upon diatroy the ghotanticipations *
; I stile
bow could wants good and substantial pair of Il.1 of th* high destiny that await '_
to the in town hamlet I hypothecate a lon money, lao 1 ., lMure. revising u* .
ChlNpele. every "inge. Massachusetts
bill by tm
CUr Conncllnien. and county. .itnt volunteer companies they the North pet men T And without men, how shoean Loot, either for himself s"r\u.t. is. passed the Law Code of that State I1 bases his j jobjection I besCKth the si.uiitka.Lt.and fatal themselves, jolomulj ,?

_ election for and Councilmen, held I usia without could they make war upon the Smth them m.ute and pnu e in their mud course. Amid tl,,
At an Mayor mare .1.iuS unnecessary parade. well Ire that he must ha\'t II"rp. j on the military clause, : negro, of of
lomiti:1 and
election 1860 Left to'iUclf, the South would so xn become the infinite variety object humanity bert,
Before the Presidential of Virginia
..n Monday lat. the following gentlemen were will have, her large but thor wealthiest and mo>t powerful community in the nut manufactured. by those who think i their: II \- ,| a:volunteer, faying that this is Tliisintelligence ). lence which invite the employment e.f their tntr

elected:-J/ojwr-Hon. D. P. Iloguc Councilmen onghly 'i'li.lf a unllif.rme.for.e lot less than world. Cut of from the South, the Xorth must I lion in e
_ -R. A. Shine, *r.. P. T. Pearce, P. B. Brokaw W. fr.f thirty.five to mita.fifty ", t the best drilled inevitable go the wnlL All the legislation that I have seen 1.tw.re")! scene decrln-d t in one of : ha in Congress caused great, while it 5 i. generally among hail- docs.- not threaten to deluge our country in l>h.Hi

) IVttis! D. I Maxwell. 1}. A. Corle)'. Geo. 1A' volunteers Our patrioticitizens in the United States.are everywhere forming lime tendency 1"1'1 to dune build for up tho the last North forty and)years to depress has had the a the iiiuhitides of shoe! nunuf.icturie. with whichMaaehu9 I Republican cd a the first decided. indication
mon and Jas. S Rust. should nut like to "tt" a..n.I". L\'r'ltle knot ofhoc more conservative course by schemes not to forget the only nature of the Jinn
associations for the encouragement of direct trade! South. }' many rllon".e '
17. S. District' Court. and the promotion of home n.anuflttlrt. Virginia see a dissolution of the Union ; but the Xorth i* makers ha- one reader, who, while they ply! their I -eut- tlv--Difficulty.Wssimmscvm | mission of the founder of our religion, and toprv tby

gi. Thi* Court opened in this city on Tue day lastJudge fabrics are ietominy fasliiotiilJe. and in this noble I very much mistaken if she f lcd she can conquer awl?, rtaJ. the New York T.illn. or one uiker's Pur-. :, Dec. S\-Ytsterday. during the i of i.is peaceful example" who have I entreat given that their portion
Jtifhuiona countrywomen
work of encouraging home products our are n., i>r that we cannot live w her.- my count*
the la.ls or Btvchcr'* abolition !cml'p to them and debate in the Mr. Grow, of Pennsylvania., | abolition to remember that
1 I Mclntosh Among gentlemen Iou.o nanc to they arc
presiding. trtm
the lead thus that those h.
taking proving we [ ra] .ipat< the nngentlenwnly" to Mr. Branch,
the leather if applied [ when
red
Iiamner theywould Irnel and lion
attendance from distance this they AWMJupon a I > s moving their O
ottlte Bar in un feared! would be the I hist t relinquish their fondness preposterous to talk about the Xorth making of North Carolina. The latter requested a relrse- D
j
I i and and
I Court notice Col. B. C. Pope fur Yankee have been the first r.-j.-ice to have the head of some slave-holder, It appropriate delightful sphere; to retb.5
and the Surreme we S IAnuf.curu. .war" upon the South, in the event of t dissolution tOm ln of the epithet which was refusmsL wa that the ink which they shed in subscribing,

I and Alexander McDonald, Esq.. vt Madison J. ILCiorrie to 8.t a noble example t tl'4' other sex.We the. smallness of time Union Time Xew York Herald i i in its phicf, and crush it I.1 A nutshell. But: they supj>osed that the affjir woul-1 be settled) by the j their fair hand abolition petitions, may proc. tut!

lachicol Gen. A. JsBion.I c1'IOtntfd. on yesterday on have what is the slaveholder 1 f.-t. and the f.ien.l. f the parties. but it i is now undert that j the of the bL od .
t Esq., of Ai ". K of the appropriation propoft.1 to be expended for more nearly right, when it Mys that a Republican b..tl.r. has been the prelude to shedding > muf t!,
feet of his sUve. all well fastened in the Stocks ,direct chnlleiiire passed.WASHINGTON brethren. 1 adjure all time inhabitann e>f lh, eStates
Cut Love and P. W. White. Esq., of Quitiey volunteer l.nte have since ,
p S D firming our companies, lrt.iJen'olld have his hands so full in crushing Dec. :31.-Hon. I.O. B. Brnch. of rebuke and discountenance.'t

I been informed that there i scarcely a doubt that out disaffection" a home a to leave him p\erll"l waiting; quietly to 1-e shod, whilst they art pelted Xorth Carolina, and Hon. Obshl A. Grow of ion and lo their example measure which by must their quit lnritably

. I Ifulol Foundry.Attention the legislature 'i appropriate several millions to invade the And why not' with the r.Uln egg$ of shindcr.and t blackguardism. Pennsylvania arranged to I leave for a duel at 3 lead to the most calamitous
eonseqtmAnd *
; i directed to the advertisement of Mr. for the of purposes affairs whilst( defence.it would In be the criminally present condition inju-- nearly one-half:"tb the people of each of the( ) It is not for .!to reconcile! the principles: of thee o'clock this morning. Tlie hackman engaged by let us all, as countrymen, as friend, an<) tIrotheis \

JOBS CARI. who has become eole proprietor of the shoe manufacturer with their prat-lire: in living Mr. (row to drive him to the seat of combat gave cherish in unfading memory, the mets.wit'ili ,.
dicious for the to large conflict with
. .. .lture squander sums States with the South in their information to the resulted in the
rwi i.h
I -- :..Ii. ritr Ire hidl tile ."lrt.'I l ore our ancestors triumphantly through
I While there i is to much being% said just now about fy the o srriitifieatioii of insti.tp 1,' rull'l. the suffi peo the Black Repul.lell doctrines of Seward, and are and making money)' on the slave la"r" Ypronulnee arrest of Mr. Branch at Il.tlgh. who gave bailfor the trials of the revolution, as, if adhered to, it vt.i ill

tuying at home, instead of from those who habitually 1,1'1 nppn'lra "!not! to complain I'| were..v.j a -"-. daily. and hour through the press and on the i so iniquitou?,but we may at I least invoke his appearance on Tuesday. Mr. GroIIU" conduct their posterity through all that may. ,u

I : : institutions the bodied mitia in the. Suite with a Minnie stump, \...." i. iI.'I. ,- .,1 ,|iat archdetmiagozue Southern men. in the name of common manliness not yet been arrested. the di.-peniatiou of Providence, be reserved t ,?
hope people
, malign our -I Of murkc-t or I'ifr. and traitor, that his doctrines wi" and and *clf respect, to single out at once this slice Had_( -' them.! 54
Middle Florida] and of Southern Georgia will bear These the Bl.tck tell The Dueliiu.
*.
thing journals their d5 I"lenee
Republican shake
and if cannot ( -0'--
in forcing the South into a withdrawal from theConfederacy. see they (f p -
. ., I it in miud that there is her in our iiiidst I Foundry their readers, arc indications of most unnecessary, these abolition incendiaries, cease from ASISGTOS. Dee. 31.-Grow has been arrested from the Journal of Cvmmtrfe-
intemperate and violent excitement in \ r .- Will these people turn round and upon pay.imsgtnoney and both him and ranch have been bailed for fivetmiiieami
, ,tLt tl\lnt where almost every thing that i i ilin.We to who will employ it in to Time sectional strife in these United State, in time
reply, that they are simply the eid.nce of adeliberate lake war upon the South for doing what they men trying ,I.lar for their appearance on Tuesday,
main has its head in
needed in the castings and machinery from fountain one fact. A \\ntfi
,, way preparation upon our part for the inevitable f.r1.1 and justified in advance? We don't believe cut tlieir throat.", and who hold that it 5 is the right fur an examination portion ofthe population ol the Xorth'collect
I an iron bar to team engine can te procuied at ofthe election to the Presidency slaves rebel and of the North .- heir
I consequences it. We believe that the and duty of the to to S iewa of the erittiny political relation between time
Albany
tbort notice, and cheap as the same articles can of William I 1. Se"'lr. or any other ile I inC'ndiar ', ..re Later from IIro\vn.vlUr-Defeat of Cortina
A aid t iu rebellion. North and the South, from those ,
.4. their sentiments it th"l sesIaes mnj
\hel saysie
or endorser of Without die presses and Isis Ilaiid.XEW .
Ier\'ie ineurrttiul. -
be purchased and l.rolgh here frO I Northern tinclion of party our people have determined not say that this Union cannot be maintained -4. OntASS, Dec. 30. Brownsville dates to prompting of their wit heart which they sliovlj
market Patronize th:* Foundry and titus show to fcubmit the advocate of that f"reUthe South is out of the Pr. Lord on Slavery.Rev. consult if a political union were about to befortnr.i
to 11 tion. uny I'j JliV1 Clion. the 2-lth have been recei On the 14th inst.
t I tha the talk about buying what \need at home irrepressible conflict Republican' advo tin menace of abnliti'"Jil. it cannot bu f\1 c"J Xalhan Lr.l.. D. D., President of Dartmouth ZoO troops- !and rangers$ marched up the Uio Grande cal between eoHntitalion the parties constructed, and not from the that tentitntntt valid polae

i f ocl mere talk. cate. When, by the purely sectional victoiy of aparty back by crumbs no ur.ttcr how slrong. (X. II.) College has written a letter on the Harper' and mot a portion of Cortina, band. After a cannonade upon Tiny decide a ,,tprineifJtt
0 *. like Scward's. irciniu and her sister Statesof .The South is now nnai.iinoiH iu its repugnance on both sides, Americans ehartred amid thtirforrfalhtri. polli
_ A Detlrablo Sewing Machine. the South find themselves at the mercy of a party to Blacl: ; Republican'an rule.. Of eight millions of I Ferry nfoir. to a Vir.irii.in who ha* published fell into an ambuscade, thus allowing the Mexicans cul tituJe questions by what they now think is moral) r*
iu the abstract, and in view of
t Ever since Sewing }lac.int were invented, i it which advocates the eventual t1nciJatiou of men, there are eight; tliou-un-1 whu sympathise: i i in the Richmond (Vo.) WhIlr.. Lord to save their! artien'. fvpreme law by the tvntitul'u not of their what mc

nearly four thousand miJonlof of with the pari1lh seek | ,wvr at the exjiense U now a ml in n.h'anee years-hi* ee i utniut On the 2< roncontrated his '1.10 country -
lia been an of det-ire with iuvenfors to Politically, what Li slavery and what are slates
ulljccl per slave, her citizens \\jl d"clre the Unionat of:olth rn At the North this very 75 but lie to-day the force above Brownsville. Time Americans went to Tie
r. sunnpriieiphs constitution
ittr"tC is
.: feet euch I machine as would cmLiue' all the advantages an ,-.t n"I.ulll..an party is in a minority ; ill : meet him and after a severe fight I defeated him.Col. .- responds shtveholding a valijinstitution f
f..r the Southern and slave
1Jp.sug has
ofthe inventions and .t The Republicans 111\'" not only proclaimed \ a nuuicricul majority: -, ,!ot which he taught thirty years .luringwhich Forbes' rangers and ('.i. Lockridge'a party society are persons
1:0r .
imll'UH. .. politically represented by their
the same time place Dlathne. on the their dtlpl'lintol of electing one (.f the most Is it m-tromsg(nclh to t'rl.1 out the Democraticminority he has presided over Dartmouth (Vllrsre.lie .- from Xew Orleans! had arrived previously. At chattels constitutionally protected in their masters and

sore odious e ther party to the Presidency; '. in 18G<\ of the North, is well as to conquer the h3t hmcrttofi.rs' I.ur upon| t I.t slavery List accounts the American were pirsuing Cortinas, propr.etors. s
published But Northern
of within the reach of all classes and front men are too to
price ; many apt eon-
.(41. but they : boasted that no .!., Stiite be South ? We deny' it.Yet it wo"J have both which obtained circulation! who was retreating rapidly.
thal a suit their and
i.t.
question moral/crli obitinately f
I our limited knowledge of these useful articles of allowed to secede from the Union. From present ta>k* to fulfil: when the h.-me usurpation amid \ --- reply that
I : and whu-'i characterize them. sluvehokling is the sum of all villainies )
I household economy we hare no hesitation in pronouncing indications, the danger cf time election in 1KOO of a aggicssion wa once undertaken." frt'l the atiJt) f"ref Washington Item abolish an- wr
itthat slaves
must human
are beings
Moore' Patent the be. we have Black ) candidate <>f the St-wird is -- --- Few men surpass him in the co-rency of his thought; WASHINGTOJI, January Information has been entiflr
eve
..i 1 t"lulllcnl tJle to freedom, and we must see them freed. IVii!
that, Virginia will The V. S. Tlarlne Jloftpltal at St. 71 ark*. of and :
event occupy his them the fearlessness
' vigorous expression received inducing the belief that will
1 It is simple strong ra ily l.nrn\J. and fur Spain soon cally, what are the rights of American citizen -a
j aen a degraded >osition in union ofStates Among the measures which pnsstd the Legislature -
lushed at uch $10 to cir dishouunJ | u and! courage with which he maintains the settle the claims due by her to this Government. the subject of slavery in the Territories? The >n
a price-only -"
: elal.le unequal in their pri\ihges and
I'ihtl.A the last day of the Is"ion. but too late probably -. right. He concludes this List letter, to the Virginian Measures arc in to amend the existing stitution replies, the States are equal and the Ten I'
kt frontier State, progress
a rdcring two
&i roost every bous. per to procure one. upon large
I Dlo1es.
to receive the Governor' signature, the riiories! are the property ofthe States. Therefore
J in the of judges a better stitch and densely populated free States if the Black Republican "a as follows: laws, co A!to allow Federal intervention in case of the
1I opinion competent following resolution : ns Constitution expresses the union of the Stats; ,,
threats of coercion lean nnjthinjj. they But whether we have J 'IOUt -, anarchy, orJeslolil. raids from one State into another. and the Constitution
Machine while the
the Wheeler & as
than famous master'
protects
*
t Win .Be it fit Senate and Jfoute nf pn< -
will bo most likely to be attempted in Virginia.Wnr .- renolreJly r''re.f"tlti't we not be rid of slavery tilt the
LI U it possosse advantage-superior to that in"entiul this we wish to be rreparcd. The people of of tht State of Hvridit f( lieueral .u I' .(I:1. Its existence i depends: i.nt on England has concluded] treaty with Hondurns ertv under in this his slaves, the master for the may carry las UT .
Constitution
1 in many other! respects and i is furnished at a touch the State, and a Legislature representing the will bt of their, constituents have that ansi are requested U> iuform the Secretary -.- m ,- Territory comes SUN
? the Old they hereby :
1 less pi ice I 1'i be seen, from our advertising rrln. or political mnl"eurC.or legislative tntuu-r.t. and in the exercise of her refufe
Dominion shall I.e for and of the of the unfinished condition! sovereignty acounteiianee
ready emergency Treasury lIon. George S. Han kins-Paired O"
any every as
judicial .J.iliuns. except temporarily -
1 .1 columns that E. L. T. Blake, of this city, has tlS m.iy this institution within her bour- _
the U. S. Marine and
lC. which the Presidential Hospital St. tk..Fla..
o
election may create. change its or
a nll. aspect vary Hon. ; S. Hawkins member of
cUI1til.n4. I'r tieorgc Congress But Northern men Lave to consult tiielr
purchased the Patent of this valuable invention for A We entertain strong hope that, gloomy and un- to urge upon him the speedy repair and completion its,locationThe world must t. .appointedperiod. priemaefeemu
Florida and the opportunity il thus afforded fur flproiiii,ing a* the prospects for a continuance of the of the said building, which, owing to the leaky ; can thine I"are, only am it him from }Florida is announced in the Washington exchanges *, and politically act upon the principlr titi
is .
I lvt.I' infinite
Union firm and decided state uf the roof and the uselessness of the cistern to have palrrj jf with the Republicans in slavery an evil, and if we enthur it alien.
are, Virginia, by lived more or I all varieties of race, eharnctT
1 introducing it generally) among our l>e Mr It'aplrrs. (! \ith it is, it must not taint one foot American 9uiH
I I : Blake has had no little experience with 'II. of may avert the impending erisin. Timli can, in our i!wholly unfit for the purp's fur which it wa and condition. These will find their appro- the *ote for pelker.rl't't.'Os to the poiat he yond its present abode- tv

"Iini.n. only be accomplished by cru.hing that (hssigncsi"Tisis >riatc splu-rcs or 11:1'1' not Iceur.ln to l.r. was united in marriage, on the 25th ult. at Esquiline If this ia the great fact and cause different
-' this kind, and his endorsement and recoruinenda hideous parly whoc.e! fanatical foray has Horpital. which has at hist attracted the Attention human judgment. (:. providential ordering I D
,). Hill; the residence i-f 1. J. Mo J, F.-' near this the case, then it ia A great truth that in general u..
'i q. :
the Union the of dissolution.lil.ick .
after I and brought to
.J then, thoroughly testing comparing i it verge of Ham and Jjphct. agreeably to physical
of i i. of JVor/A
our hlatlr a source vexation1 :lcl. is in the in this
and Oil
must 1 he hunted down mid ( laws the of moral inrterence city, to Mrs. Emily Henry, by the R \. Dr. Hawks, vrony controversy
with; other machines, ice jure of its being Urpul.1eaniMm government
because it
guarantee not to those who, have, tiil officially Ilal will not faithfully curry out theDJ;.
all that it is to d'1th J1e a common felon. There must only been.'and are to the .( the, present probationary If the 1 Episcopal Cliurtli.-Colnmlm Jjm:.-., January tution of the p'ractically '
k rcpreeontc.i.tI countrjbut insist
which, connected with it, but to the olSt. u[
.- rut 1,1 BO compromising "hi a party people Ilatl.h.re'r tin re is\ place :u.1! work f.srsiates 2d. substituting its moral prompting for th rrittnConfutation.
.: servile insurrection sympathises with Mark, the seamen who visit; that port, and to th.rt they will bo f.lld.1 tlinr: are Time s
- The Supreme Court.tj ---- only intelligent and lion. is (.r i

The Hon. C. IL Dul'ont, Chief Justice and lions. trean --.--- many of our citZ&hie; Though received by |tII* government have tilted; their to all other tiling"Our .n ; i is l.iws will Jf'irper'i Frrry lurtitiya'.inri (CommittU"r cedure of the North in the premises is flu.- tUtMiouM

I1. D. !x Walker and Win. A. Associates. Florida Conference. only 0 few months ago it is now in"a (olrs. t'"lyi.l.m to itudythem inyton. Detember 2S.-The Senate Harper's Ferry advance to their Southern Lire hren ansi slim
J'or-ard. and live aii'l them in sub
under by
chosen at the late election fl Supreme This body met at Micanopy on the 26th of De ,nttlle condition. Must of the rom l"a1 to such serviency to their mixed th"l and benevolent Iu'vestigating Committee; has sent ChlrJ! n manly* candor speak out their convictions ansi as
Bench for the next six ritjliteous dooikeeper ofthe Senate, to Texas for Richard; Re We hate a differenteonncitncefroin otirfitthtrttj.tt
Cur years were sworn cember. We had hoped to have been furnished an extent that i it is unsafe to occupy them. Toe alf of the Brown Government. [It 5 is tie .
and
,
ilto on )yesterday 'uoruip Ly the lion. J. delign.tIU ex-Secretary: subject offlartry, tee cannot carry ew (hyottjnment > .
Wales Baker. Judge of the, lieRev. with a full list of the appointments in time for to fwr even are rapidly; decaying from this CISt', a miracle, I sec not but that *!oY'.m understood that Thaddeus, Hyatt, of New York. thty hart fvrmeJ and must reirefrsri

t ..'.- _h. h __ --..- -,-. -idle Circuit, ._ -' : ? ,. .-... I.--- \-___ 1-.__ .! 1 Itr. .. .. -.*-- i u__ 4.___ 'L___ :. __ nlan; \' for MJVOS 1n IS jiuiiii'>w Hiiclund cur and bv*. New Vtmid..l-'t <'f llifulion.ll VBIKU* ii.tS", .xVi. /Au TiTttinw "
I E. L. T. Blake some few motions were made..nl 1."I'n. however, that the Rev. S I>. Richardson la on the premises for the inmates, and 1'n.t be hal] the name of slaves and possibly in aiirmuir eon..i.ti ionS i>' t k. M. Arny. the general iignt : Ci:>: 't- Thus far. of course, the South has time flreior -<
the until 10 o'clock wur"O tee, ; S. (.*. Pomeroj-.nf Ateh$ GOT. C. U. b It is
I todaJ'SeJtiltl. George on. vantage. the South and the Sooth IiH-ftf
adjourned in the half mile (
( been continued as Presiding Elder of the Tallahassee except to""n. a distant A cistern than we now cnmr'linl.r' in reference to time South.
3. in3 n. M.irthi F. Conwoj", the general agent <.( the which has been and still i is the aou fd Time
and that the following have it is true has been placed there, and there it has Why not, if our present! trorernmit fch"iM! hart f-arty. ;
Preueher KiuivT.int Aid l Lawrence Kansas have
at (
Tuesday the resolutions adopted by a meeting Di.tricl another eighty T Fur Society 'apt. not received the right which iliev hioL.t ty
OD of the Tallahassee Bar commemorative of the been appointed to the annexed stations and circuits: stood fur weeks-without any means of getting water fonn the. years work of life.Yankewi not! per-itnow. I J. MontipuruTV and Augustus Watties of Linn county Constitutional covenant : aa l recently imase lies

TalhshimcseeJ Clover. either in it or out of it-no enclosure surrounds Icnia free UH.\ w ill be suumioncd to appear witnesses before most prornkinyly ontraytJ.W
w-rvanlsof Ireland andother
I death of the late JJU;* T. AECUER were presented : importcil that committee. have
Quincy J. O. Branch. the bui.ing. but just I few yards in front of it, a countries will soon be infected with Yankee I 5? premised these thoughts w him a view wa
1 in appropriate terms, by Joiix B. GALBBAITII, -- kind and solemn recominn.hi
toourSiuthrrabrethren.
Esq. >n
Montieello-W. Griffin. fi'.ty ditch (the remains of the old moat,) indf| eml.-iH'e, nnJ hare the nuans of Iii ing, aliove
by A. WOODWARD, Esq., and ordered Spanish s'nile w.rk. on thc'r own freeholds! Then A Yigilur.vtf Cc'lIIl11ilteelS organized in this Let them beware lest they locoth.a'vantage
1 fu1o'O Thomasville-Franklin A. Branch. disseminates, in hot weather, a most pestiferous!air Jwliowiil place. bt Saturday, the :ith. It has not been ground by ofennirtretaliation. Calm.dfmiied :
. be spread upon the record after which the IK- our 1"f-.nb : we have coolies or Africans I
hal
t Bainbridge M K. Tydings. Such is the condition of the Hospital at :t Marks[ to hew our woo
Cur adjourned unt.Wednesday- morlint. one, too. that loudly calls for the intorfercr.ee ot what! f.'P. of gus rnmeiit slall be over them, but Time following resolutions, among other, were this crisis. Let our Southern bret hren take r'-d
j 'Ialachicola- adopted: ore, lest unjustitiable and violence !
An Historical Iletropect-Organization of Tampa Bay r Myers. the D.> Our Delegation therefore it is that \hich is a.ltlle.: to their (',comparative.' rudeness: l That extreme toviri
A prment and of the : ol.tl. the Po t Masters of this State be the Northern men now at the.South, shuulJ e iu*
(foiixre West R. J. McCook James to be b promptly respond to the imlcility $ \ gecer-1 sys not to deliver from thir circulate
Key A. Stewart pe.WIl request; tern The children ansi! requested respective offices to throughout the North,so many rrfi:It
$ Within the last twenty years, says the Cincinnati Fernandina-. W. Timberlake.Micanopy contained in the Resolution quoted above. Abolitionist be 1'IH,1 chilrelof our present harder any newspapers published in the Ui.ited States, narrations of good, harmless Northern fellow euzens. :

;I' there have been three instances of a long may yet a advocating the doctrine of to the institution .
Inquirer J. J. Sealey. --- serfdom that hasyet been known,unlc, ind.ed. hostility violently, disgracefully di.iren out f tl
delay 1 in the organization of the House nt Wash Signs of the Time*. they should themselves be to t-ell themselves of tJjrrry.JtoreJ Soutimern Statescimunh4 out rage thIr rvhmtivms anti

ington. Jacksonville-W. 1 Kennedy. Below, says the Richmond Whiy, we give a few fur bread and suffer cOlrelt.t chastisement That Isaac R. Ilnrris. Esq.. be nppf.intcd friends, mhisgust time Pmi1e at large, and greatly
Leon ('Ircuit-It. H. thl proper by this meeting to ir.quirr if the prayer delivered cripile the iwer of modermmte nisu In tli;,l.ttiat.to ; .
10"'ren of their fathers' sins
: 1839-40, towards the close of Mr. Yan Bnrcn's extracts from the Bridgeport Farmer which tell kr their rebellion against the Bro. "
I Gadsden Circuit-G. W. Pratt government of Gt>d. by Ilarper of Dr. Cheever' church, stand by and nutioUiu their Coostitulicnl
Administration, the IIoue, which nt early in December their own tale. The question of slavery, transferred in New York, a short time ago, wn! 1I1t..1 ell by one rights.
-
Rev. editor -
did not succeed in choosing a Speaker until! 'E I. ypr. Southern Christian from the rostrum and i now -- of the firm of Harper & Bro., and that if n.. this -
Adrocile, and Rev. Abbey Financial pulpit Lt0uh StCRt CAUCVS 01 LEADING Bun: RtrrBLtcAxa. All
meeting in iheSou'h! of subscribing
warns ,
Secretaryof
h about the first of January. The choice upon R home to the business and bosoms ofthe manufacturing person FCEUXOS or Souruitt.t MeaciiAsrs.-The Bushes
1.1 the General Publishing House, were in attendance The Washington correspondent of the New York cither to the Jfayazine or the U'rrlly and
I M. T. Hunter, now a United States Senator from the portion of the Republic See how irk Herald : condemns these papers an inimical to the institution Commercial Bulled says:

. .1 Virginia, but then serving in the House of Repre on Conference. Bishop Kavanaugh pre. when reduced to practice : says of slavery.Quiney Republic. We have conversed with some of or largest ill

his first session and he sided. "MORE RESULTS. We Some disclosures] have just been communicated most reliable merchants, who inform us limit tl*
tentative It wa wa en- OF tiE are that a -
t The next Conference is to be held at Monticello. manufactory in this city has infore. to a leading republican in this city, which occurred real state of feeling among the considerate meat
L tirely unknown the country. He wa*a Southern large obliged to in the secret of the Time Mobile Tribune announces the death of Gen.
! t cut down the working time of their hands within caucus heashititrisiack republicans! the South i I. hardly realized here. Letter are conelnntly -
t St.t Rights Whig and. wa elected by the Whigs Uulon of the South the days, simply because they have failed convened last week at the Astor lloue, in advance Mirabcau R Lamar at Richmond Texas, December being received, ct>nt injng rmittancH.iir !

Bt.d the Democratic friends of Mr. Calhoun. Before The N. Orleans Cre* t"' commends the catholic to pastfew SOlth rn orders since the Harper's Ferry of the meeting of the Republican Committee Some 19, of apoplexy. Most of our readers are aware <*qn
the cession was over Mr. Hunter joined the Democratic spirit of Rome of the democratic Journals of Insurrection. The manufacturers atthe. North who forty fifty leading chiefs were summoned pri- of the distinguished part which this brave and buyers declined giving their note forgu.sds, feariif
mtely incln.lng GOT. Banks, GOT. Morgan Messrs. accomplished gentleman played in the struggle of the worst from the excited date of mind ia whimS
party and supported Mr. Van Bcren forPresident Louisiana, in advocating a union of the parties to by voting for Republican demagogues, endorsed Cameron the Texan colonists agl nl .the oppression of the the South '
the irrepressible conflict" doctrine of the Fesnd n. WiMn. Lncoln. Dayton and generally participate When SoulhTi
in the memorable bard cider" contestof send delegates to the Charleston Convention. The leaders the Republican GOT. Chase, on the 1860. Mexican Government Gen. Lamar was the Bay merchants, who really give on such Hitters
opinion
are now reaping of their
fruit action ard of that full
Crrtcent is There was much discussion t struggle- of heroic conrage, and and still Uxti
1840. an opposition Journal but favors the on rrOb'lmme.f< of more rarely feel influenced by
in and there idea ofthe appointment of "An of a establishment in Worcester affairs, and great harmony of times yet with a heart as tender and refined as that of a make these considerate statements, it !is time tint
1819 agent
Again 1850 was a long delay opposition delegates t large for woman. lIe was the second President of the Republic _
cne1 more liberality and conservatism : that out merchants should act, nut talk. We believe ill
in the candidates for the Charleston Convention.It Ma., his written home that he cannot dispose of Texas
organization. Tlie Speaker goods because the people will not them the "irrepressible conflict" ronsf be i ignored for the and at his death bad just finished great mercantile interest of the North outwei5

were I C Winthrop Whig of Massachusetts, and alludes t the resolutions adopted by the any from a Northern concern. The subject buy of increasing present and all the elements of opposition gathered of his Central mission as United States Minister to the States and outnumber all other interest*, and if they mt

howell Cobb, Democrat, of Georgia, now Secretary Democratic Slate Convention in Mississippi, which the stem tonagc between Charleston and New on such names a Bates, of Missouri, for President America. In Oliticwliieh was a not prevent th* storm, they Lave moral ittcVf
of his Jirt-he
and study belonged to what i it called the
of the Treasury. After balloting for three week were so sound in tone and sentiment, as to meet York has been alandonc; the Charleston merchants Morgan or Banks for Vice PrtiJtnt It was State Rights and there sufficient to guide it
that Pennsylvania and could party wa no more intelligent _
it was found impossible to elect by a majority, s a the approval 'many" leading opposition men. wil not .uLin tle pn'jet on account of theunsettled pledged relied on for Bates, his views Jersey on the tariff or zealous member of that school. '* .

rule that the Senator Charles Clarke the Crecent state political afair Chief Justice Tansy is again seriously indisposed Tns DECLINEorTDiQi-Attit*,-We hav lately l l>
J wa adopted declaring person who says who "The above are but a few injurious results being acceptable t(these States It was pledged very I ticed in the London
the annountr
his literary journals
illness"
I had tha highest number of vote should be elected, had invariably acted with the opposition, took his which have grown out of the fanatical and incendiary that thousands in Illinois,of old Whg now yotnf.r Dlmo that of, which ho has being before of experienced a character similar attack to. I meat of three literary books relative to the Sofl'7 |]

whether it was a majorityof the whole number of seat in the Convention among others, and ; in
vote east or not Under,this rule Mr. Cobb, Democrat chosen to represent the Stato at large in the refuses is I question to for you Northern t reflect upon. I the South all the border slave(1fclrI States, with a cou1 prospect run of .- these books among our late lit.-rary items. j
patronize who now observe "third
fcTbe
Charleston mannfaetorts. a entitled SocitT
of Georgia "'D elected. But the most remarkable Cnention"Tbe wi furnish orders to keep you t Will success. I REPORT or XORTIIERX SPIES: FROM THE Socni. Friends; an Inquiry into the Canies vt itaVai-

instance of delay was in 1665 and 18S6. are favorable indications of a Southern Republican street blowers leaders ?-We Maryland, Delaware and Missouri were set down The New York correapondent of the Mobile lUgil ness as a Church By Joseph Jsdri Fox." AwaIt

4 The house of Representatives which convened in onion on the nominee of the Charleston Conven think not as certain. It was urged that Bales had never been ter says: the cause mentioned by th. asthir It Its zt15 I

4 December, 1855, did not succeed in electing a I tion. We are persuaded that all reflecting men in .TiE DEL TOLLING ix BIJ3 Gn .-Tlie Brown mixed up to with the extension the Know of shavenhut Nothings! ; that national he wasopposed The Republican loaders here sent confidential pursuit af wealth "Ii U said that the majoritY j *
in
Speaker until February. 1856 a period of eleven or the opposition ranks South, must be convincedthat Republicans' .Birmingham 'waked up the wrong _Il1's.lnd to who.e (irausum'ation the South agents in September to every Southern State to the banking firms of the metropolis have drKtii*
passengers, by the bell tolling on the day of the examine into and report the extent of arms and from the members of th.Society of friend" T *
twelve 1 ec.s. Mr. Banks, republican, of Masachusetts the preservation of the Union, and the preservation old traitor's execution. A gentlemen ofthattOMi could submission offer no resistance Time prospect of Southern I ammunition in the South that could be used in we should think, is hardly just cause for the mieciw! >''

"'a then elected under the plurality rule, of the right of the South in the Union, informs us that nearly all the leading manufactimr a canvassed. to Some Seward's took the election was thoroughly March, 1661, should Seward's taking his seat be of this respectable! body of Christian It IC 5 "*

similar to that adopted in 1850. He one depend upon the Iuces of the Democratic .; ofthe place, without distinction of party have would not resist. but all fgn>und lth I opposed. A copy of the report was seen by a dence rather of the great economy and frugi l h1'
re"hr par agreed better not rUk it in I
signed a remonstrance against the friend in the office of the '
proceesiing..andcontemplate Independent. 1 will its of Friend the *r
hundred and three aad if be desirous mere who, by not indulging in
vote to of the
one hundrel form they sincerely these, i it i i. the present inflamed state of Southern
e.t holding a meeting to give a more full ly mention what i it contains in reference to Alabama ties and extravagances ofthe world have I*" *
Win. Aiken, democrat, of South Carolina. With highest dictate patriotism in them to cease oppo expression of their feelings on the subject An alarming should Weed and be thus Morgan were unwilling that f..1n-1 South Carolina and Geor -ill. Hie spies report shIed, through many generations, to accUmV"J

these exceptions, we believe, there is no instance in silion, and t identify them.elv. with the Democracy state of things must surely exist, when sympathy cast aside, and utere that the arms and ammunition in Alabama is wealth It is said that there are how in &!?1"

1' our congressional history where the House failed to M* the best mean for achieving an end is thus openly proclaimed for I man convicted that protest the against call it It was the at secret meeting of no possible account Of South Caiclina lie and Wales about sixteen thousand Friends or U-**
adopted by Committee I
of the- Imd of treason, ro'.bery and murder. Republican speaks in The most contemptuous terms, and contrasts kers that the admissions time <*
: organize the first week of the session. which all feel to desirable. was arranged so as to unite the ; new during Pr 7
b O, tame here is thy blush Are such crimes crJition. They the arms and supplies of the Federal Government j have *
century averaged forty eight a year j J'
even went far as-to discus the i
Time is i r.-il.i-
Speaker a very itnlmortantlmoliticai officer. really to lie inculcated from time s
: steeples" and .r>ul-- I---- and fortresses with those of the State at I total steadily diminishes, th* yearly scecw10 tr,* ,
ana i worth contending for. lie hl the appointment A correlpnd/n from Georgia' write to th. X. pits of our churches! mitt Bank programme. being of State.a follows: Columbia and at Charleston. lIe sava there are t ng. probably, an average of aixty, womea I-:*

of all the committees of the House, and, under Y. Jrfal of fm"trt. and 'suggests thnt a a Cameron Secretary of the not even rusty mnskeU sufficient in the State to off more rapidly than men." Mr Fox acco"15" j
Convention of non-slaveholder called SLAVERT ix Xnufu.-Te bill for the prohi! Secretary Treasury.Lincoln arm 1000 men, and if there were, that the tnusk-eta dim'snutionfirg l *' '
the rule of P/rJamfntaf'law in regard to the l -I nuan bition of Secretary of the Interior. ,on account of time peeuliarl3tt' '
of business by this convention of the conservative element of slavery Nebrsk. which passed the South Carolina would explode and kill the h.ddcn. In JJeorgia ofthe society ; second, by its abstaining frwn F*
dispatch can. have I lower branch of Central
dei&iona. a
by-his Legislature ltUigre\ Attorney the *
thtir by a spy says, there is a scarcity of arms, amid <>f elytism ; third by Its mystie doctrine anJ"f
xuosl potent influence in determining the characterof the Northern States. All who desire the perpetuity vote of 21 to 17, has been defeated in the Council Bott. of War. powder and shot for the ordinary hunting dona in lar ministy, together witii ita' defective d'uc i *

the legislation of the oultr)'. of our Union ; who are in favor of maintainingthe by a vote of 7 t,. I,-a intrlee chiefly for Baker, Secretary, of California of the Postmaster Navy. GeneraLIt the State All the States are reported and if the and it* rigors with respect msrriamsa-its45
of the South buncomb, it i ii raid, as timers over a half report H.true. were I in Legislature '
right by to her an that your m l a by its eccentricity ofeus-tern.. which. be l-v
ga.ntteing dozen slaves was agreed Seward should Ministerto
lixSenatorVetcott.. equal participation in the _by endeavoring house in- the Territory and these are nil England, and take his chances for go 1864.A day should puss before remedy was hash I would never contemplated by the founders of tli* 5.eu

A Xew York correspondent of the Mobile Rti.. to down all an.nla-JlurHal nf Comme.Dee. 23. create a permanent supply, by legalizing manu We apprehend from the nam of the writ.1 *: I
put opposition to the South, A bill U before the Minnesota Legislature, the factures of arms and powder. Why not? work, which belong to old Quaker familidi* Vt

ler, referring to ex-Scualor- W"tcott formerly, of from .tl.te'e quarter on account of t4"er and object of which i is to prevent the immigration andsettlement I Alabama seem to be an unhappy state for married land, that he is among the *ceed* r* alluJ"

this State, say*- by expressing in connection, their adherence to, of free negroe ia that State. Also, : /oik A bill lately became I law there I 4. Providence JoraLAs

"I b.T been trying to persuade the talented and firm Support of the 'Fugitive Slave Law resolutions condemning the Harper' Ferry COM- 'graating divorces to eleven men from wives, and I SOCTOECX SECCWOM-A: Tut !-The organs of _.

ex-Senator from Honda to make a trip t Cale. Surely there ia enough of patriotism, wisdom, tpirators, and their attempt t incite servile insurrection 'to ite same number of wives from their husband I the Southern people.-in Congress and out, on the Exmaa.tay.-We have Theard. says th &* j
ton next April He is anxious to do a ju* An.lnfrmilll allegiance to the Union cud stump and in the press. are unanimous in declaring
good turn in return for the turning out of hi* tice. and moderation among our brcthern of the the l'nttution.-J.ic !making twenty-two i\orce'at one swoop. that in the event uf the election Sc-ward as Presi. (Ala.) Whig In the lact few day, that

brother Wcstcott, late Postmaster at .' North, to convince u* that they still l love the Union In South } lton. Pa.. on the 22d inst., an iiinrf "4Afh.rU has been passed and approved, imposing dent they will secede from the Union. How i is this effect Bertram Ro6ndsthowaegener1fl1

The Senator cay be would g i he could do Doug- he country of W rant peddler of the 'Life of John! Brown" was I I tax of $500 per day on pirun Rap I to be done? By rabj'ngnnarmyofa! hundred thousand In this and Seirater comiaties, and who died a f .

lea any ,o He think cannot for he says, ubirgn. treated to a dozen lashes on the back, and ordered Does it include tlut class who are given i men. and then organizing a government fur ftI ago in Marengo county, were ftoad thru I
"As sure sun ru THE COXBIXITIOX out of tow Vender of p" j Southern t"Onrcd'raeflrr. that Mr. Seward
l.lugl.wi b l.min AOMIST COTTOX DI* 'U'EDF1Graa I n. abolition literature w ill I
when under the *
ted the "rapping" influence of other from OMawatcmie Brown/markrd- a
on 24th of were-elected and the South had taken : f"Jj
bal this
be
Arrl. 186 lnt soc THE XEW CROP.-Xew Orleans, Dec. 24. not likely to visit South Enttou hereatterIMLWhen course.
lot, in spite c the with I combination ofbout is kindsof" spirits *" I I1'1111&) could he do! Time trade of the Xorth would This Round w** peregrinating aingiB? A
'ithout one cotton fdeI
hundred
it" -Te Greeley going to be treated in be troken I ,
I to.recently formed in this city,pledged to discountenance I tit j nit if most altogether d-slroyed. 111..rl1Ioul.lile fronm Abolitiondoro. and froyi appeartoee* I
What is the
came sense of '
way itinerant
the sale of duty and tandy cotton, sieciar.ing I gi\ing.n j panics, divtrnst desolation and final cii' who *'''
and snow Storm. I I Another Outbreak. active agent os-emissary of the men
JrHhet Mjch to 1 I.e unmerchantable also pedlar cf the life of John Br\t" .dozen |I il war. This President would not only be powerless
ArGtTA, Jan I.-There have 1t unprecedented I I re.pou 5ble for reclamations ; holding seller I I issues on the back.." when Grceley daily.eulogizes ST.: Lns December. !'.-Last night A body of :\ agninst the South but he would find the North in the bottom of the Harper" Ferry plot.The .
heavy flood in the trfms the upon falsely leke negroes nJtl It1 the ton.'If. Bolivia St. (JeneTicve I j. rebellion Time federal -
upper cotton, & hiss been dissolved. !: government would 1 I. just -
of the State. The State : that same "John Bro n" as a hero and i i4 allowed! Coauty. this State '
prOD Railroad 1n.h>< The the abut twenty IniS.. I j no government all; and while the South would native Virginian* teckleat in Xw 1.r

Cinggold has been wabc away, tbe I ,'eU-infurnlcl f.Howingr house for etimtl.y.cotton leading of tl and I to go .un whipt justice r liof the Mississippi Rj -t.r. .. dtiZnt soon I i pr*'-nt united front against it. the North couhl funned an *Old Dominion Society" to.kj
.bridge at Alatoona much crop e l.res -"- It(1 and drove them into the woods, having' ll-ri\"f' it material aid onlhern interest *
i no of chief objectswhhtbetoeneotsragehusinesam..trimeto
44AIe emit year: Receipts at New Orleans. 1,5KH,000 t.eP.ipt.al | Probably the executive !j one thus
Thxre has been I heavy a Atlanta [(.bl.I! : ; I PIT T A GOD USE-Tlie rope with which Brown captured several wll are now in jail at that jd"e;I would have its bands more t haul/nil with the work i I gl
,cnd poinu uliovo. The Suturdiiv dav and night : OO.OOObllaticnd"lr' exhibition A compuy.f> mounted men at once started of down the bash bold three
Xorthern
I i ; was hung was on at the office putting disaffection which ; obligations They will
j-trt reached here tonight -o\er-i. *itfi -n<>yr. Die S II.rUI.OI ; Ttua"OI", 250.000l"aI. ; htriJs pursuit t>f the remainder. Tire v'.tizrn: are nil stagnation of commerce and tire rain of a lime 2d IJth My. all i.,1
for in
1 h February
sill ,
tare our year
rc-etipt 1"1,110: -U-*. Total crop 4.25t. come days .r.t to wen mt'o of The latest
3.ivuah liver i account fn I
if there
filling. dustrial interests would tuber. GOT the K
arUll.
f 00i> 1.1ei South Carvlin 1 represent Ii natnrul create, That i h the eraorWU* will address
I i r\h.i t tel it I having! tviutwhat e t idJ tl1.," vf Southern seeewion.-.V.: T. lltrnH. she 51 Kebruarr,

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1 ::-.-.---- I 'J P Baroo. T C.:-'--- -na-I--8;; 581 56 -- LIQVOR vs.- LAUDACM. announcing Wonderful Dtvcopntntoflmeriean! InenniiyI:

STATEMENT .. and to the n
1I 59, 4,4"t the death of DE Qvtc. referring

I du ly tundry Officer 85 habits literary. men, the New York Ir'uhilias MOORE'S PATENT DOUBLE LOCK-STITCH ,
falances 6,045
I860. News !'::I'S : FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. I
1st January, YoLtMIA.H SOUTHERN
I I' Or iun; :t certain I'o'\'r of expiring tbiirnginatioti !: i FOR THE .
GIZILL: AMiJIL .] E Ovteen. 81&' ;- Revenue 1817.: 105 91
) ACT 0 '
....111:1): . -- wild ,nd evanescent Her to !lie available .. '
.1.1a I
.1J ( Kin<-. J!) I (I
J (I.cerl.. : On chat 4ccsoit. i In i.O :. S 72: i in literature: and insteid of 1'llghh'lIIng the VlTE tLin it can he practically ilemf>n.trated I

Ictuiu Cut T.3venue. -- intellect it only weakens and .-onfu :es it.- I ?I'Y that thi Machine embraces in i iU conitrnztioatlie E

f,3.f 7S go 347 26 t lilmn! end test combination of ecier.tific principles to be J i.AWREN:
]S5. from thl' ,
&rriff. Tli mental
',!:R J'rt! llo U'rn6\ 1.145 15 .V.at. I powers prow clearer I T'lUid i" any Se"ir-; Machine: 1I11Ltfure the p-.blic, I
the
the j.uriT and the healthier the 'Mood rtjarj'e /price: and we feel r.is-ireJ a ctitical
tipl" .e! 15 Jonathan C&t vart. R -'"olu, 1SJJ C1: 28VI1rL
\14.U tax. 53>> ::; and stronger i.- tLt-! brain.-:s :. C 'ti rral rule. i 5Xnitiil i..u t'l this beau.i'ul p5eo of ni.ichiuery w ille.n'tice NO. 29 CHAMBER STREET

,. --I I.S9' \\ bat a set ofdriukors and iMitMlorsr.nrjjn; a'geniuses : any ran lid\ |l'r56.n Uut* it fir preferable I -

'1' 5.iLt fS MSivorJ.TC. Roeaue 1S56, 11 13 : have been-the bright squadron oi the tu ii.iy I.i'h,, piicerl: ilaeiitr.e now fVJ.! It sews directly NEW YORKWHOLESALE
I II I. wi'liout and
PCVAUUiiali from tao spools ( ; rea-iudi.12)) I
Sti
.. C\J;
. .., '! .' .: UunOf', bards especially Hut li
" I dJId12Zl1.!. 114 2I1b U ; ]Jo Jen, Sli'/f, Hoe.LJCCUMr, 2.333 415:: w 89 enough It kille I thorns and! Byron- made either by hmJ or macbiut-ry. The stitch |x>s- 1 I DEALER IN

-i 0i and a crowd of otht-rs like!: lln-m. It was senses! the rame elasticity cpoti thou as Upon thiekgoods I

r.a 0r.. "'fS 4s ,348 89 his life long habit of drinking that hro.t'! down making; it: particularly applicable- to aiticlts I Writtna Desks ..kwelryrJirushes
'. Pins. ,
that and The I CotTi-e
ashing tro\\lng.
,
.\ut'r.1 d1uobx. :18-1 T Rvnu II e5B. ",H3 00 Walter Sroit. People! said require maeiineryfcr 'i
.. : .\ N II YaujU. C. '. '\ ..,1..........'%' C. 115. 7 C '37, 25874.46S his wiiting did it. But double( the amountof I. The breaking ol iseedie! a commhll.od Musical n""rC'lt! t
(IG Monalti Stationery
.. "IU.r, 1ILZ'1. 1jJ'., ine*. 158 bO I such woik woulJ never injure' a ten porate expensive fuult ia nvwt other Machines, is entirely I ttuttont, Porte I :
lct'.KSI. 87
.. ..M/lf. Thready Porte folios Perfumery, ,
IIi 1 .1''' reuieiied in tili!!. With proper care one needle will ,
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;31 :1Iictbwi brain.
3rbbe12?. : "it9} 12 .
i, u U itfl. : 191 (:s TJ1Lcs.7rktsTC: !! .3 39.!. IMO 17 last for mxitijj. The entire Machine is !liwp'e in Wood and Willow Ware, & ., dr:., I,
oft ---- -- -- - construction: ai..d iu every respect perfect and durable. Merchant.

v2:! 29 2,359 29 I Sprrial i 1 llotirrs.ENTIRELY (} jg"Lfcfike! other Jlachiue. there is no danger of I And every article. in the notion line required by the Southern!

r 11 'aUcttiiei Jd rnagm:; the article sewed, by OIL, as i.one is usedon I ---- -
s-eU" 3v.1z4. t. JOIIS!. j I
D 01 \: Irt.: :II ; I time top ol the Machioe. All the movements be- SPECIALITIES. I
143 3uetkux ri l' u1 Sa1. a11a.St.ff. Uctn' .. 1 73 I NKU I KY11KKLY (NEW in; POSITIVE\ and tjie friction light! the'e is not the Lzoiaac :
1-10t" Ptsirraas. -
Stnt. I.THW
bu& .\ 21 9332G Fine*. 19 2') WHAT IS IT ? ttiifhtfet: : pr'mmabiZty of itH' jettiiy: out of onld.I LAW* !:s," ......""":; .
Ii
have jubt purchased fIe P.V'-nt lli;Ut! fir this incomparable LAwaEME'sORIENTAL CVtoGsv.
2') 93 \ Macl-me fir the tiilipiiUie' of Florida, FATOMTt" !II| Lawaiycz's: LEAD F2NCSLSaLLsvyLaa' ;
:! bIMA : THAT WONDEKFUL PUUIFYINC AGENTDarby's LAWtUCa 'Sot-riiaassa: I.
irI Jacob )li"Uer.Sln;. .Revenue 1 SO i. 341 80 and will! "s of
,. $ IGU. LiCCDIIt"'. 16 75 ) ) Proplnlaclic) Fluid Crst sent for one as a simpl amid haring; tested it All Also good superior warranted: quality!equal to sample and as represented.! articularattention given to pae ill. 'x.at and

,. 11\..,. 9G 56IJwi' have hesitation reoi-mmendinj it supplied topurelia.scrs> on !pplicstiou.November .
Ub1.Jz.LcZ tin roughly: 1 : no iu with blank for memoranda
:!,, (; ti9 19 358:: 55 77.i. U a Aeic Ilforcrn; It i* the remit nf LearneaRtttartJi. convenient Catalogues
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{/. as tqua' and, in some respects, superior to the best 4"-t.v _. I
l' ue11t'n tAr. 11 "8 Jjmes A 31ic1ier.S1t1', Revenue 1825.:; 291 24 It i* a triumph SfKntijic: Skill Machine[ in the country. All who have Feeu its performance 26, 1853. _- _:

' It B Canota, &t.'J1', Fines, 99 83 TT is a Chemical Union of materials, provided bj concur in this! opinion. One of them can be
0II 1__ Nature herself for rendering the air we WILSON SON
in 8'l Licences. 83 13 pure at time at office! in the Capitol. I shall D. C.
sees: any my
fixed lav .
breathe. Its action: i ill in obedience to II.o
Auction Ta C 33
11 \rtLiar.fsLaMC Revenue 18;?. 2i S7 21 ; I take measures to distnbutc them throughout the

.. Knes, :!6t. 9Jttr. Ql'lt'K: SIRE, POWERFUL !IIt Mate as soon as practicable. Examine: hit before RECEIVING A X.AHCX STOCK OT
NOW
lf>5?. 3.1C3 91 194! 31JoSIai.c1aez,1f1T :: ARE
.r purified dwellings sinV, kitchen biijinj any other.
1JCdllr, Z:1 :5 Kc\"cnue 1817.A 676 22: It removes all oflVnpive odois ; Persons! at a distAnce. com enieut to shipping portsor GOODS :,
U Roger. MTff;:; '59. 1.471 90 l direct A.1STJ3WTlSTTEiR ;
It cure turns with instant xTtaintj; ; railroad, etui l.ave them sect to their address! FALL

4,2)3 1C AuczonTax, 30 81 It is the best preparation ever ud for fresh wounjs. from the fnanufactory by enclosing to me forty i

e \\ W Ibrri t tJcrD 'e. 3? 21 }1n\lI. 4 41 It destroys all vegetable: and animal poisons ; dollars and fall directions ai to BOW they shall be BIJBR.UlQ KTBKT CL.VS3 OF GOODS SOLD I* THIS KASKBT, Til : -

.. .... 22: CMCO It relieves iu a trw seconds tho bilts of iuects sect, .!C. .
1.507 13 E. L. T. BLAKE GOODS
bee, etc. LADIES DRESS ,
Ir 24 PCTNAit.1TfluyJS1'i1 It scatters boils when forming ; Sole owner of the Patent fur the

'4II. r U Miru% blii'' Vn43 44 (lG Fine*. 490! 19 It soothes boil when formed 'and heals them Jan., 1860. 2 State of Florida. Of every Style aud Fabric ; .

'\r"'III1% TO (. Uevrnne 1EC3, 3 89 rapidly.It "--- -- -

.} .\ Tr.Sfl!. IUrr 'ueI853. 421:! 9Fiiie' ) IJcell!. 2> 4C I is good Cur carbuncles, ulcers, corn. and .ore.; FULTON FOUNDRY, Black and Colored Silks, of Every Stylo 5

.. I J.n It LS It cleanses the teeth and purifies the breath;

4i. 52054 The worst svmptoissof and Scarlet Fever TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA-. CASHMERES DELAINES;

i. 439 7r'eF Nathan :;NortonSL'tt Fine!*, 180( 10 are mitigated by the use of this Fluid ; it has been -0- VELVETS ,

Sl/fT Hertnuc 1853 21 6." License 98 SO known to check tho spread of Typhoid Fever in Families JOHN CARDYl'rtsprlelor. Bonnet Belt and Trimming Ribbon.
Gainer
French Ginghams ;
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;
and
s -- and plantations. American English '
,
. Fine*. ;8 10 upon --0- French lowers Kouches
;
TCDuel829. 16 C2: 2S9 90Revrnne Leading physicians are usin? it in Charleston, Columbia ENGINES: from 6 to 35 horse "power, .< u" Prints ; I r

.J 15 Urown Sli'fli; 1854. S4 S3 ) ::;Savannah Augusta Atlanta: Macon, Colum STEAM order of the best material and workmanship (Bonnets Shakers and Bloomers ; Dress immings;

tJ 11C 32: .. '57. 759 89 bus. Montgomery, Selma. Mobile aud New Orleans and as cheap as can be purchased in New MISSES' FURS;
AND
.. 11 IVarwn. & '1T. .1tt\"i'l\ue1S 1. 18114 Fines, 41 83 :The Hospitals of N ew Oilcan and Mobile are York or any Northern city and laid: down iu Florida. LADIES'

J .in using! it. Castings for Saw Stills, Grist Mills, Giu Gearing. &:c.. Manlillas! Sliuwli.' Raglaus.; C"P('...-
Cu:"c>i. 835::: 05 Husnitala corporations, ship: mastOri mantifactu Ac.: constantly hnnd. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 Velvet. Itfoir Antique and Cloth

??.. J LlUi<1. SbrrirT. Fine*. ;45 63 32 n II A BaisJcnSJ. Licence?. 29 50 ret*. planters, physicians, furmthud by the gallon!!: ; :i inches in diameter always on hand,('V made to order. and other stales in the Ladies: Dress Goods Department too numerous to mention.

.$ c J&c1.'on. hrilt; Itnr..uun.. FineDRJVJLCD.\ 27 50 reduced rates. I Some beautiful patterns of Irou Railing for graveyards

,) }bet\ 3 00 Kevetiue 185?. 205 50 For sale by druggists and country merchants gene ",/*. tZ7ai1.O; Dry G-ooc1.s.

1 rally. from whom orders are pectfuly! solicited. work of all descriptions executed with
e.f'' 32 Jobbing Domestic Blue Denim, irkorjr StrVc' '
262 50 1'rat least one bottle. Pi ice 50) cents. Follow neatness and despatch. All orders addressed to Blanket?, Kerseys Osnaburgs; 3.4, 7.8,4 4 Brown ''
51 33
. J aine* U St:: hc.fk'S. UeTcnue 1837jACkM : : direction John Cardy Tallahassee }' .-!'ida, will' be promptly Marl.omu"h! Stripe and Plaids, "Flannel Bleached Shirting, Bleached: and

*. WuDWarJ.Sli'3 lttnnUelUC. 41 87 fJ2T" Manufactured onlv in the Labaratory of attended to. Brown Sheeting', Satinets, Tweed, Cassimeres, K T. Jeans,.

-. .1 im.. .;riffi,..ttU. Hues 475 92 Ixvr. J.! DARBY. Auburn. Ala. OJ- Terms Cash.Speciall'Totioe.. ;:0 Check?, Dome.-tic" Ginghams Print,
Apron
. }1D"- US 49; For sal.hi Tallahassee by AMES 4 LIVELY,
J I >! ? T :'h'rictoL.: nut Watcrtton.. Slt'G. *ii, cc c;? -0- White Goods, &c., kc., &c.
... l' C: Kc,* mel8S9:\ 440 :'0 J. It. GREGORY A CO., and by Druggist generally
U J :Mav.
: .. Filk'1 o 00Ib3 .
57.r 10 IK() throughout the State.N. I

. Ilc% tme, ISiS: 15 B.-Per* ns wishing: s&dha. ore, water Ac: an- purchased the interest Joseph C Jy A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING r

. 450 S<. alyzed can have: i it done on reasonable terms by sending HAVING Foundry as well as all accounts

. I(" ('?I.b. T.... AnclUntax, 6 10 3C4 84 ta Pi of. J. DARBY.Maich due the concern, the business will hereafter be conducted of HITS A1VD CAPS for Fall and Winter! of 1859) ;
J. F FlVevatt f&'S Llfaso 41) Q1LLLJA Styles
*, The La'esi!
) Feu Iii,. 1?. 1839.; 11-ly by*met Those indebted will please come
U,... their Hardware, Iron and Nalli r
furnard uuJ settle accounts. ;
. .1..1001 I..:...% i4it !L flgi a. C) 60 During: tlifl summer thai has just puMH-J .waT.thousand JOHN CARDY. Yankee Notions and Croc&crn
E LScl.u. y-\ lle .ftue 1S54, 431 3& and diarrhn-a hare
1eruue181. 118 49 of miffort-r* from dvwiitery Groceries
, .. ':'. l.u3! 27 l'eTe.lt hy the uic of IIOTKITEU'S &:\, a January 1860. 2-ly! Plain and Fancy ;
xiTa nwdieine ..lm-h I tsiitcnUv i d!<.ine.l; In maintain! ; a permanent and Children't
j Anti 1-1 10 Gents Misses Boji
; ,
178 49 Ladies ,
jilar in the public niimatioa. Billions diarrha Is oneoftti.e.c.li..esses A Large and Complete Stock of ,
1:51 nW which bntlle.tte kill of the f.lij.>..lan.-
]roo., J T.OCS" 1,488 5rinea. The medicine they mlininuler i Iv art u[><>. the Ken els nrver 4 : !3 L mID f3ti1CO
J (" J fI1ft1..f-LT. C2 85Re sm-ma to roavli tii I sou'ee .411ie enl. The difficulty utojelr.nifdy !)
that ,.ill! reach all the dg..sliorpllnA: ; : and I puethem tiroNT SA14 RUS3ETT3.
, .j. .Ti 1. CaftplC. r S3C3S09 J ine! A 15, yet T C. vmi ISI9.:\ X3: 91 a simiillaneons a ru-h of,i/for. t.. rid themselves" of this ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF PLANTATION

I Ilnsec. I 11 l1l11lt..a.o. dis"sn'rt.is |>roblrm Is ..olte.t lit the Ihmrs which nerer cki of Goods. which! we will sell upon 1111 (rood term sac
stock uj.
I fail to coiujuer the most nlul>lx>rn eaiwt. It Is only fair would well to examine our
. I I.J! !11..udl.;, Sheriff. fl4. f5:\ E T KcridnelSL'lf:., Ketesua 1853.KBCS. : 54216 t.> II"Y. that during the ....:..on just rlt..ed, thU nu dinn ha The public the [Sept. 24. 1859. 8-J]_D. C. WILSON A .
house in
to lOs -- city.
a'h'i"-n.rt" curs than snv other crrr preetnKtt -
. GA n' y. 80 00 public, nJ during!; ihe tall. ,fcuh ih,t terrible;\ ,.....ure.: thec
hat,. :03 22 and Is so jiretalfii the UirtECfc] will gain fresh BY R. II. BERRY, Auctioneer.ON FLORIDA RAILKOAD LAM: SALE.
r
'1d:, It L."\ m 61 < ague I GiftsM! Gifts !
fame' Gifts .. .....
.1.1I ,",'.:' M' :Siuiti. Hill; Ri es 1.17; 06L4c.iiq l'.tl 91itncll'n Ta!', 9449 I "'.''.lloy llrgZi5tssn.t.t'a1eesc'erwlI'ye.Ii' ( th first Monday in February nex', will be :

56 l'O HenrI Liocn! *. .111-1 50 : fecadtirtiiH-iiunt In another! cclcinu. 1d before the Court House EVANS :CO.'S Public Sale of City Lets in Cedar Ktj, ai
1 Negro man,
Laidi.
..
--- -- Valuable Agricultural
. 1':61 (iS Itevenue ISifi, 22 79 --- -- --- 1 girl, about 5 years old, belonging to the estate > GREAT
. Fines, 1.:1:':; 00 Commercial.TALLIPIASSEE STORE! SATURDAY,the 4th day! of February .f 'dunU-e SS9. 6.352: 37 Nicholas Branch deceased. GIFT BOOK
.. of SOUTHERN ON
.\\.i.\ .TC.
\ 1,306 _____ __ I will oflci/ at public auction, at Cedar Key, ti5-
flie. GO :n1'wTCDu.1SU. Kerenue: 1857, CO __ __n _. JOHN D. hUNCh Exfr.January .
!. :j. c \hl1. 4003 -- - - --- -- 7, I860.; 2 THIRD :E.AP.or I nierous eligible lots suitable for war.liouses, star*,

-1.18:1: 38inru. ; :n\UKIIT.: : TITS: and dwellingswhkh will bo offered r.oellgibU terms

HIO 31i.'kI. Wro Sp'ncrr. .JT. } ;68 St;0 TALLAIIAS.TK, Jan. G, 1SG
.. Cd l11e 1811. 4341 Writ..... 15: noV 'oTIOX.-Thcre was a very good demand to. ENTERPRISE-- Cedar Key is the southwestern terminus of th.

I II : .. IE3Z 41\:\ ("3 ....nu. 18 '. 2.261 14 and 2iH Bales changed hands at. the following THE FIRST XOXDA Y LFEBRUARY.. PAVING reetived thr utron-j-ct a uranee of the Florida Railroad, which commence at FernanJina.
day, fully
\aU.n (4:1::. It 12 H NEGRO MAN a first rate field hand superior -_ Sal i.f ion of smuT customer: li ri.t..f.rc,L'y their on the Atlantic, and terminates at the &mnve'nsmadpoint
2.C11! C4 prlcee. e0-.me5! tJ. ft 10 cents.hElli JL .. inform on the Gulf of Meiioo.a distance of o.'ly 164 .
-tfully
would ?<
!
_L axeman and hewer. Warranted sound. contiuu !d patronise: we" icsf
COLES'
490 <00 I In1U'E. A Cotton nrtJkCrt'oo TIRMS CASH.. them awl ml w I h,, are d.-'irous of I.btltinil'g ft valuable miles ; being the shortest, cheapest, and moat practicable -

.. 'u1 S3a'T 1ir'et 1.U3 21 -.to Jan. 7. 1860. 2 It. H. BERRY. Aucfr."T. library, also floe boo. s for pre..ents and for the connexion between the two seas that caD be lii
fu". 2:10 13 )[ODlJ.F.. Jsn. 1.-o.Y.s of Colton\ ye terJav: 3,5no table. that by constant addition to oar Stock' I made.

4.. II. 110m".ore. I'.nt'DIe.. D59. :'1:1 36fl I IIIleImproved demand. Middlings; selling at A. SHINE Jr. I parlor we have now on baud a larger and more choice collection I The Florida Railroad is already graded all the way

J I 51.1aar.TCi 185". 327 6Uit. 1,6'3 :4 10J, cents. standard and nisceUilnPOu'l books consisting I and the cars are muting (rom Fernandina to witbiu ,-

: 959 I 42: Wan JA\\"t'Jr. ]3ereEueISS8. 25G IiMALITIE. NEW ORLEKNS. Doe. 30.-Sales of Cotton to-day ..a.'ti.cst1cac; or of Bibles. Prayer Books. Annual Albums, and twenty five miles of Cedar Key, ai-d it is expectedthat

10,500bale Middlings! at loj @ 10Jcent Sales 1 AND late publications than has ever been offered/ in this i the entire road will be open fur business early. -

1.1S7 01WI11.LL \ of the week 74,500 bales. Receipts of the week city.'and selling at the LOWEST RETAIL PRICES.A February.. The means to do so arc entirely provided. sOn
James DGrmi.T C. nucllue 1859. (;i)249t. COMMISSIOMERCIIANT ..
,
80fxX. agninst 83,500 bales last year. ErporU I _ _
( I; Holt. A tli. i eer. Asatifntft*. 22 W # UIE-fl. =)1)1 :33:: the '"el'k' 78,000 bale Receipt ahead .fIlst year TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. GIFT the TUESDAY fallowing at Gainesville iu
I bales. Stock HUNDRED DOLLARS Ala hua county I will offer for talc 600.000 acre of '
Iha.r 2tJ) ,OOQ !*les ; all ports ahead 355,000: : Worth from 25 cents to O I
823 84 Watches, Gold agricultural lands, embracing every variety, and easily
bale SALE DAYS-EVERY SATURDAY. of Gold and Silver
consisting
,
31Lk'in.c 481,000 I
80
.,I X Henry, Sb'ff. fllIr% I I T. W. BREVARD, Comptroller. of Cotton to-day and a great variety of useful and desirable accessible to the road being situated on both
Jewelry
MJ :1 Pei.21.Sales
% Nsw YORK business intrusted to his: care will meet sides nt the same within fifteen miles,and extending:
I. UplandsCotton 11i 68> 111 ernt ALL articles will bePrctcnted
1.2fOUle'' Middling
; the entire line.
attention. Consignments
prompt respectfully
From the New York Ledger. Bookat
caS With Every
2.760 .
solicited. Cedar Key is accessible bJ railroad find rtage from

J l. U MTyr.ic1iti8 1 <.<: .tf. Fh.ei. -IT 'i 3 Death and Cupid-An Allegory neceljt J.iri. 7, 18CO. 2 the time of sale. Fernandina, and by steamer from New Orleans ao
2ieissis. 2u0 'IUn BI: Jons o. ATF.. At the Port of St. Marl from ht Sept t
Ah who but oft Lath niart.1e1] why Dec. 1S59.;; For New York. that wish to take advantage our success Land Agent Flo. R. R. .
may
: 'l 3 The ginli- who rule *\bore On han.l 31st Ansnst t. 1849. 5At i to advertise under the same name. To protect our Dec. 17.1S39. 50tdaMullin's .

11 M Mi.hea\ }1.ti U 00bI2TL Eli
: Tli"old to Ml in love .. 0 P. Islands, 143 J. L uUTGERS, Delano, and Schr's. B. J hare isited; our store, we would state that this is the Tobacco. : _
'. rlisle C. II. HECKSCUblt
,
W (. Jt..U....T C. Rirune1B39. 30221flx.t Ah'-Ity! *houl Iiapleg huinan k'mil Previously, Upland', 15,544 C. SCRIBi'KR: ONLY BRANCH OF THE ORIGINAL
m Above with
for !he port despateLSt. C01IE QUICK BEFORE ITS JO.VE.
lIe out of reason' T S. Isl.ii.Jo. 2.,8-19.545 Stubbs, will load: ,
}ht> oWS.T r'nnbhl'J Port in Dec. 1,364 ;; -A.IW Pray perhaps you'll find At New Upland \TOw'rteti..iDg a large lot of MULLITS: CELLN -

M \nder".Q 1.91201 My rb} me may give the reason.Death : .. ,. P. Hand. H.cPre'inusly \ Mark., Jan. 7, 1860. 2. tb ... 17G G2.Q8S reference the editors
'. Upland" S.fiSS We would respectfully give as and quarter beats which will be sold at wholesale

strolling out one Summer's .Iity 11 Sea Mand, 8C- 4,244i Co-Partnership Kctice. of the Picayune, True Delta ,*. O. Crexent and retail K. A. SHINE, Ja., Agent

57 Met Cupid, with his! sparrows; -!i and Delta, of this city. Nov. 5, 1859. 45-3m
.
J U rai1catt FIn" 1 5t O AnJ. antrring in a merry way. Total receipts at the Port of St. Marli23,791 THE undersigned have this day formed a p&rtner- These who are unable to visit ocr Store, can realize ----------- -c- -

JJcenso 1S8 57 Proposed a change of arrow Shipments from fame date: under the firm and name of I all !*>e advantages/ of dealing with this establishment Insolvent Estate Notice.

....?r..eJ!"-
14007K" The qneere-l game of error, New Orleans 132- 3,425 And will continue the business at the old stand of "prau'tlY: f il1es1 and tent wilL the correspond- STATE OF FLORIDA, t .

oJ UTD'Q"! For you the King of Hearts will be! Previously.. to New York, 11.409 Geo. Vf. Scott, where they will always be ready to GlFTS-ClV tft.. first return Express.f Walnlla! County. > _ _

n W EdwanKSWT., **. 29 74 ADd I'll be King ol Terrors!" :New Orleans, 179-11,583 supply *. Any person oru>"'>* TEN or more Books at M. SPENCER, administrator of the estate of _ _

Licenses 217 45 Cash Customers and Prompt Paying Men one time will receive a GliT and: BOOK extra R.5 William Pelt, late of "Wak-uHa county deceased -
And 'twas .lone-alas the day 15.013 will be
That so their arts!- TotAl shipment to date with all! kind of Goods required in thin market at JgT Circular, with: a Lit cf pur Books, having filed io the Probate office of sail i l .
247 13. multiplied --- to address. written that be believes the
Each from the other bore -- ----- the LOWUST CASH PBICLS. sent free any l county a suggestion
TAT LOR.Kevenu. away I, I860. OEO. W. SCOTT CVAXS .V CO., estate of said William Pelt to be insolvent therefore,
of his darts-! January
A Eul1. TO. 1857. 94 45IUreuuelS58. A |>ortiun Sbip 11 t1J! 5. W. G. TOOLE.: :No. 9 Camp street, Lear l'na1.: notice is hereby given to all persmis having cia;"' .

1 17I And that explains the reason why January 7. 1860. :!!-tt New Orleans! Jan. 7, 60. 2-3m ag :nst said estate to appear: and file the same with '

))(!pite the gods above ----- --------- the JudIe Probate of said cvnuty on or befi ire th1st ., $ _ _

211 90f..y The young are doomed to die; PORT OF ST. MARKS. ForCash at Cost.WE STRAVV GOODS, of July. Ig O. vhen there will:t be a pro ra'a di.-

..t.. The old to fall in love 1 I tribu'ion said! estate! among the creditors of said, .
-- -
-.* ..- ARRIVED. have still on band a good struck of choicegood" HATS. CAPS, BONNETS C
178 estate.
James J "arJ.TO. Revenue 1M. 44 Per. 29. Ctean..hip Atlantic, Hatching Key West, with U. I (assortment general,) which we shall "
.. 39. 8110 James! Hawerth. presidntofthe California Stage H. Matin. Ac.Dee. FLOWERS, KUCIITS, &c., & ., H. L. HENDERSON, Judge of Probate.(
sell Cost for Cash and to those of
he is to enter intocuntr.tl riii'.aJclnbla: with continue to at our !> 31 1859. 53"m _ -
Company. !States: that preparid '1. Schr. \V. I. ipr1ngs, BucLaloo FOE SPRING 1SCO. I er. ,
: customers who promptly we will sell as low as .
mail Kail Kmtj fron. pay
84 ilh the Government to run a daily
1,120 Jan. 4 BrIg) Kmiljr: W. 8.>f horn, Nickles, .Aspinwall via any other house in the city. To tho.e who have GEO. W. & JKHTAL READ f
COLVMMA.rnbcn between Sacremento city and St. Louis for 1,000- A palarh,<'OIa. In baUut.. notice of their old STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. #
Ot O annum making the trip in fourteen days. Jan. :5. Stoamriiip Magnolia just arrived, the nose of tie- neglected our repeated liquidating BO W nUllf'120 CuAMBEas ST., NEW YORK, .
nO/An./ L'1f. Uccuse. 4M00 The per t3t.t. of lCpntuekv gives Doticetll"t. it will Ii' tcnuon not known.CLEARED. accounts this will be the last notice. If not arranged TAtLAHASlEC. DfC. 6th, 185V.J .

A J T. Wright T C. Itf'nnuc 18 S. 2.5tJ 04t'Jf' nidate ?220,000 of the 3it .1..I.t. on the 1st of January t in l*me way By 1st March steps will be taken to see IMFORTERS Wholesale Dealers, HE Shareholder* oftbi. Bank are hereby notified
U {' Aud'r. .ucticn tax. 29 11)A whether be enforced or not. Manufacturers & ,
payment can that the fct-eond annual election of Directors will
Atlantic, Tlntcblni :New Orleans with
St.waflSlicriff. Ueen'e' 22: (II) prox'mo.The Pee. 29. Slcmnnhip T. HAYWARD J t SON. now receiving from their agent! in Europe
A Ex-Prwident Pierce left et hair Ciitton ft- bates Tarn 13 raws Tobacco, ARE be held at the Bank, ou Wednesday' tte fourth day
L K MiekIer. T 4 terenue 1852. 4S H Boston Post! says: 81 barrels Spirit. Turpentine, 14 eaacm Shoe,200Nrge.e. : Jan. 7, 1860. 24tLand:! their own factory a magnificent assortment of January next sill o'clock. A. M.Pv .
.. '53. 2617 PoU on Thursday afternoon, accompanied by .. I of the above goods to which they call the particular _
for New York where earlyin Dee. 31. Brig Wapp-, Carver New York, with 810 bale order of tie Board.
route
Mr* Hert-e, 'a 91T January they embark for Nassau the capital <>f 5. Bark T. R. Hart ruin, Xlckola,New York, wltt- I containing full description of goods, OO-3t :
of the of Bahama 14- "VTOTICE is hereby given that the undersignedIN 17. 1859. _
b.Jr. Lleensc' G98 98Fine. New ProvMence one group bale Cotton. with prices attached: sent by mail on appliestion.Dec.3l,1859. t
M
Mic1kr1 .'. 1.117 89 an.ls. The island hIS l been recommen.le.1 by the IN PORT, ._ .. Commissioners, appointed by an order of Leon l4t.Emory .
highest medical authority in Boston as promisinp Circuit Court will sell for cash to the highest bidder, Edward, West,
benefuisl Bark T. B. Bartrom Xickols, far New York waiting House door in Tallahassee the
1,816 55'Wm by its climate and other surrounding! before the Court on
,
Auction tn l' t3W results to the health Mrs. Pierce, which it i ic found Bark Jamei for crrw.!M. Hick. Greenmtn, loading. first Monday in February next, the following described College. AUCTIONEER& COMMISSION MERCHANT ..

M flu1eT: C. 1838. 1.38G 36LcI1CA. cannot bear the severity vf our winter in New Eng. ." lIam' Moxl"y.Jr., Hohn do lauds of the Estate of Ellison A. Shuler SPRING TERM:: of this in titution opens TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

11 XU..l.ek.TcHtycuue land. II. L. Rutgers, Pvlano. do deceased, to-wit : the S W i of the S W J, and S J THE January 18th. Applicant for examination attention riven t. Co ;gnninlatol.u

--- a Brtg..' Oen.Samson Bailer, I>>rh, IfoT"ff, "'%,,"klif.reedy for aea. of NEt of N W } of Section thirty.six, in fractional will please be in attendance on that day. PROMPT next door to Ames A LI-.rl-A

C L Wi1<'OD. 1'n:. ltcnnoe.. 1848. 363 39; TilE DIAMOXO MINES or BRAZIL.A Rod Waprxw, Carver ready for f fa.M Township 3. Rang 2, North 4 East Dr. Meana health being restored his promisedcourse Drug Store. [Dec. 17, 1859. 60
.
.e9. 367 78 Kmlly TV. Seybnrn. NickcK loadlnp.Pchr. Purchasers to pRy for title deeds. lectures Ix fore the College,i:1: be given in
'30. 231 47 Janeiro correspondent of the New York .. B.C.Srrihnrr.Carlisle,discharging Ballroad Iron. WILLIAM S. MURRAY, )
C. A. Hi-ckrhcr, StubtMS\ do do do tie Spring. J Buckwheat Flour &c.
uineA. 568 70Jicen' Courier says : The diamond mines of this .. '\\. L. Springs, Bunaloo, In fp".ish Hole wath JOHN S. HART. Com'rs. Sous of travelling preachers in the Florida Con- ,

.,. 8G5 00 splendid country contribute to the mineral Railroad Iron. GENOA C. TOWNS D. ) ferfhce admitted free of tuition fees. I 4 3:: f\ BAGS of superior Buckwheat Flour
Howell Cobb
MeCorkle and Cotter of Cout
wealth of the world. A few days ago, the un..y.Cutter at Tanev.work la harbor. Jan. 7. 1860. 2td.Notice.. JAS. E. PALMER. O VJ 15" bbls.. of yellow planting Potato**.

2.:96:: 4Th. left here for South Secretary Board Trusteea I 10 of Mercer Potatoes.

.... C Ellis.E-llerift' Jtrnnue I 817. 207 93L1cene royal mail steamer Tyne worthof Oxford Ga., Dee.4tb. 18S9. 52: I Fresh Currant. Raisios Citron, Pecan NtU

:24 15 ampton having no less than 8750,000 Jth\ ibtrflsrmcnfs. T HEREBY notify the public that I will hereafter I dc: tc, for sale by

Fine. 35 60 diamonds collected, within a very li.jet JL pay!! no debt contracted by any member cf my COME AT LAST O. Jk: J. MEOISNL .

peitod from the exhaustless treasures nf lira- family without a written order from me. SEEDS. D eember 1.1859. 4-t "

25770o. zil. The pMt of this shipment is from Notice. JESSE M. ROBERTSON. GARDEN --
greater -
36 18
; n E1tillnifl', "ines.lttnn. 1857. t.7: 60 the celebrated mine of Serra.do.Frio, a rocky, or mislaid. a pronxtsory N.OTE. given by Jan. 7. 1860. 2-11 GROWTH OF 1859! Notice. '

barren locality which is guarded with greatvigilance. LOST... Kirtsey A Nephew dated April 58th.1S5S Notice.FROM "TTTHICII as to quality,cannot be rp uted. Avariety SIX montls after the first publication! of ibis s.

323 "i8A In 1794 a diamond weighing no payable to William! Lerttr otiS dsy after date V V of every kind to be fund at the corner ., tb undenagned.adammi.tzator of the estate

T C'. JtnC'nl1e 18\9.:\ 3,966 05 thousand three hundred and for eight thousand dollars bearing air per W Cuo2. less than one bale will be on all will hi. ftial' account asxi vouchers t.J1oo. .
) Uccc&es'. 825; :; 0') and from date. All persons are hereby cautioned of IS} etsPr charged Dec 24, 1859. 53 present
::I W Ruri.ettS.1T ei"htv-two carats was taken from Frin against: trading for aaid Note.. lle tame has been cotton .shipped to New: Orleans. .Judge of Pr.>tute of Leon Co'1UIty."'" -ask to Vadischarged.

X A I at different periods sine, very; largo ones paid to me by the said Ju. Ekksey &: Nephew. BEARD A: DENHAM. :ISTOTIOE.Pensacola : WILLIAM P'EIKLVS.D .
.
iam'l Sucarirger.TC. Revenue 1859. 2,593! 53 I i have been found there. Indeed few nations WM. LESTER. St. Marks Jan. '1, I860. 2 I < 17. 1851. tO- a 1a',

MA H>N.II stones to Eng. ; January '1. 1860. 2 & Geo. Railroad.
.
send more of these preci out Notice. .
*I lver..ton,Sheriff, Fine*. 12S (Ie) and the United States than this-a fact Notice,
License" 5 00 I land Notice.ALL months after date the undersigned will pre liilll'l. !
I. think of when admiring SIX D'ERtBT revok the Power of Altnrnej..
do not often his final accounts and vouchers to the Judge I
133 00 you bracelet persons are caotiooed from trading for a eer- administratrr on the Sunday evening Train from TalUhamee and I. Col. Allan Marfkrlan, of CLerav. South Of,..-
and vf Probate of Leon eunty, as
I breastpins NOTE siren the tibscriber to Grant & THE vf the U-
by Exrevtor
Monticeilo will lina, to act as attorney as
-I51) 19 deceased late of said Monday Train Oem my
morning
.1"l v M Willis, T C. Revenue 1857:; I' t Ct-tRio June. 1859. for seventy-fire dollars, as the estate of Adam Gramling, be dwcuotioue until farther ooiice. Ute of CoL John 0. Gamble deerued.t .
the I therefrom.
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S A MeLeod SU'ff. H" ". 2.1)27: _The reAson why bales frequent consideration for which it. was piren has been sausfied. eountr. and ask to be discharged Adm'r. JAS. L. RANDOLPh t ROBERT GAMBLE, J. ...t"r,
23 GRAMLIXO.
200 A. P. ,
Licenses, Artie 5N".i." i probabU because they supply I fIt SMITIIWICL 2-6ir Dee.24lS59. 62-11 Gtrvl S"'f 't. : Dee.21S 19: M .
J.2J7 45 I I the M northern lights" with oil; I Jan. 7, U80. S : ; Jan. 7, U60. I


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Is puLished: e1'tty.S.tTUPJlA}n-.& Journal Y. I CHANGE' OF SCHEDUi.-E--- HOSTETTER'SI tCEEDUIE OF TRAINS 'r i MILES NAJ3K i CO

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--0-- 1'1- Till: Dealers in Dregs ;
Medicines
CII1J. E DY h1J.; I STOMACH BITTERS .
ItHU"'LE:, Tallahassee & I*3T received fn'lIl I\cw Yil *
Pen. & G eo.j FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. J .| "J i a.C t. ((1
At Two DoLL\r.t per an-iuiu, iu ad"auce. I for Hi cur. of Dytpertlit. fcVgettion,.\,",- : We. a rr.fral l 1I.*f'lmt"t..r arfi; .', '?
j KAILKOADS.OX I fLitalency Lot of An>tM. or any dou !I *iic.i lit Oil! wf .\ln...t every kirii t .,
Complaint, aritint from a mort*! tictio tc 7.1 \\ hue Lead Zinc cued .(. '
nr. a' .er >
IS."OI" AUVEIiTISINO.Onesfjuareof I. of tAt Stomacl or &.""Z.. finnlucia-j Cram ft 9 r.-uJ. I ","':v panels > >: n
I: 11"'s.or les. Crt iusertiou Jl 00 j fo"0 VyttnUry Colic CAoltra Jot'tJlUc.. 'tr -----f"" 1't..1 'J&alty. l'uUv. nr: !.t'.I".rl }. ': _

e.icl: > *iil.*< iit .. s--i. .: .. ..," .M.L. lI I (;vi.itio.: .I"'iid-n! Mi:. 'qu' 50 i I ;'..1 In view of the fact that every member of I LEA YES: FI.rX: [ A M)I IX.\ n.\ILY.I .
for .
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Prfiua .aJ m..li..III..II'tq..r.- .
..1 t.UMuess CarJn: inserted at$1 0 per the human family is more or less subjected to Prpprr I. ,

jiimuin. ) and :if!,'r Mmnlur. the 2M ti.\I < f :iwnel.tr, BOrne of the above complaints besides innumerable I ( \'l"-n.t rs E.n..PTJJJ,) Inks.. QuIuiiMt.; IVruvian Uark >lddiii. I ,"
; Advert'semeut* SlUt marked with tile ";') the conditions in life which.by .. Af_ and a S-,TM r-.il .i* number f Cat bill J .air f. l other arrival .
& "\k* \ IZ : i f Steamers fr ra ChirJeftU-n! : and S. .

in trrti.N> trill IKS c 'itiDU d until forbid aud charged | I.. .sys M"lilofl: :.. .. .. . C.30 .\. M. the assistance of a little knowledge or ON v.-nn.-.l'. ..vi.?ii..:iii! at Coin '!\'I ni'li :1..:e f.-r "lI..di"'I/II lucite to went. We,,.r kn-p,trot IF nt r*.'.but tli. 1I i
exercise 1 able ji i' :
keesPlrnZty.rTeerufieate I of
Arrive At 1alld;*(e. . . "'U .\. M. common sense, th-y may Trader lhl! ainl i.trevilGJ.; : at Baliir in with I sttir'-: .
; of publication of lp.g,1 or estate Leave Thi.elisr. . .. 9.15 .\. ). so to regulate their habits of diet and with Ht.ie fir Taialiae: Tiail Bri.ls Will. SfasTf J March I BG
".Iio.. ,illiiut be given uctil the fee i.J is I the assistance of a good tonic, secure per. t 9. !I-
advertising I Arilit St. Mark*. .. .!o.5 A. M. (or Mi Mil l'trr ; and I :,i iarie with SLtees fer New I| .
:. health. In order this
ruancnt to
i J.\e St. Mart. . . 1.40 T. M. desired the true accomplish to is. ,srieritle, d-ii.-viU! Micam'py, Flemiiigton, and i
object co:re pursue BLACK.STf1flBhIGIC1E
Arrive it Tallubaeste .. . :.101'. M. that which will natural 1)us's.LlAvr.. !

TALL & 'WJ.NElt HOODS.JL ( ( ) ) : EEA V'VTEIOB..N'S Leave Ti.iha-ce! '. . .. S.SO P. M. state ccrtaialr of thin-. fit the least produces hazftrd of rituletrcnsth : Strtite iU.lSiin.la\i( exeepslon) arrival I un.In ::It',1 has 'e-'umrd w'ikto5n.

I IMFKOVKD Aniieht ?Mi'iitit-ello .. . 5.20 I'1 and life ; for this end Dr. Hosteller .'t Stn C. ail e>uji. -tiii at Frnmii-li'ia 1\rib I |i in :.II.r.* pei'etl a Ship,: uj -;

-----0-- .- i DOtULi LiK: U SCHEi \\ I I Connecting. at Mont.'Cello .ilh IW CKIC.J.M via has i introduce. to this country a preparation 1"Jm..r.l"r :"naiai.d! Clmrleston,
II aid Fii.Lit. riser Sl > >. the !. ...
TI.oiiiaville to called HOSTETTER-S STOMACH 1'c..J.y.'e.lre..J.ay k cppisite [ .p !t.
I AIh.inv evcrv evening of ihietk t
yJap fU it rtt ar. nnw .cIiaIg aD extt1"e Cotton Packer. I excepting: Sunday! and tliw time n *.:!. ..rr'I'.t' B1TTEUS, which at this day is not a new A. Jl. cor.!:. 8ur.t.f:1. i i ..f m".L' I..i'I.) ;if.y mill 1 tof' i..ne\ wtli! n.
and \ tlla sort.-d >:iclc uf ) I, 155S. IS 11-rt\tfh. 1!.. refer
sub!
rl'I1r. 1 n'CltlmltOW: 01-TKUS) :( ; to tho I ins! Hill. C..at.I"I| running to Ma-liaon. Lak Cit medicine, but one that has been tried for i .111 eonfi.leik
I rub-- ,
F.\L. .\ \TTE| : COODS;( Hawthorn Improved] Double Levtr Screw Baldwin uird JacVvxiville.AND ) years, gi\in l have patri'iuzed Lim Lrcti.t-irr, f.i .f
Used it. The Bitters of hw- i>ii. FKANi' 1Jllruar.Y. I t- ,
t,1i1. tkrv wtml i rr-j Iw'.1 faI!h' intt the ath..ti.I I (*oion Purler', I ALSO the stomach, bowels operate and powerfully liver, re>torin upon Broome & Thompson, I! .. 1 I".'.''. !-tr y .

iatendinpirdiasErA Jn .i'.lili. to tL'lr UMI.I! I f T parkinif ONE OK TWO BALES at a time by ., Cmiiu-rtin with I'<*t Cinch t Is> New I'urt .'n Arrival\ thorn to a healthy and vigorous action, and FOI-n..nn.d.in.a

_ln'1t of Oentlrmeir* clotbi'iij, Ley are iiUo I II tilber bind: or hoi e power : lilt I f'rense. FJI ed andtafcty : .>f and nliNli n-tiiri-s U'fore the d'paitwv of this S thus by the simple prnce sof strengtheningnature F1u ; Plank Eoad All Right :
f.r
n-wl \ outLs
"n; supply Boy C1t1. a in pckin. it stands iilmut a putalleL I I Train; and$ \ilh the line of 1I..ilt .th" ra Utwe.-n enable the system to triumph over -- -

( wndi ',ilh. tin 'much netted t. 1P.t have one of the*.. wrew* en infirm* Sth which I Nw Uilrari Key Wr t nin! Culm) ami' iuteio'edl-ite di et"(. Diarrh a.dysentery or flux, so rl lin :ndi r-h."r..1! I'a" e firmed a ...rllrtn..r.r1I1I'r t rI'HE i: rt-.Ii-.hiii! ; : .1! isdilt.: 1000.r'lla: ] ,. ,j.; .

(iesuinxisof the Younjj .wlnu" /f TolUlatM Lave fuceciwfnlljr pin-ted L..thoi
!TLeir Stnck runn.t. iu part of a time. and can Nlr.'I a.y. it 'u the best till? for j I Key West on ll.e 17ti! ari.l :1I.1..r :r.lt.f.:1t'1. caused ptincipally by the change of water ".r the tri-.ii*.irtioi: of a : y. w'i1;! } nt the HIP-C in ;<..n. :ti i. : '

packing Cctlon. Hay tr Ti'lmcc) ... that .:! ever l been I m.tL. ascii nt living, at St. Nat La 'I their t and diet. will bo speedily regulated by a :; This II .1\ I..- n..1 'n. T!.' r.r.: i f IiCl'T t ttlort I-,, ,
Ladies : <> GIMR i COMMISSION .
Dress Goods I way
: inveute.1. anti its used brief of this nrsiissin : ": w. cc.?. 'j. _
1..r..tiOns only be seen tu be New Oilcans MI li! >- ]5t I. 1l1Ie1 '..".III, flf ecu. in.>Titli. use prejwration. DyspepMa, J I" I
l&. k. figured ati'lVateri.l Gr dunijte. L.1i.1. j Wbene\tr th ise days come tin >uiid.iy the Tiniu I a disease: which i-' probably: more prevalent the city .f K<-rn-in: .hni. 'n... will cite pvon.ptattviition I is i-i.ir.r ti rs-iirc: I.v II, SlOc-Ile a 'I,

) Colored Silk U Ve. Pl.d.l 1".1 figured ill! culorttlS4ik i! fl-iiir sole on IKT of the patent li i jlit for the United I will rim oo that I'"y In Connect. when taken in all its various forms, than to the ".tie or .I.il..t; : ef eoltoonn
: fine .C..II.'lt.r: ",J/ M-tJ"al.1 $Ifltpi. 1 am prepared to dispose of right foi tenitolis I J. 1.. RANDOLPH any other ; the cause of which may always pr.Hluoand s ill malwf libenl edfaiMVn e,>nsi.i airCf eoi i it ibis r.-.''"u aitoj fit t.i< r'.d- i I ,
n.hiu..I"iul. .
.J (;.linur.T.: l'tni e< iii'l Lii-'rm., t! ,.r any fize that uiay be desired. / Tbs S'up'F.r:4 be attributed to derangements of the digestive r.K-nt for salt here..r for *L:pii'Hit tic their friend io I$ S'awlvely T'et"-t hy fof a-sirg iL'- ..
: atl ai.rtnieut t I 111m aim Quiiiey Republic. Fl. rkl.i: Sf iiu -l, Fmii. be cured without fail by I I drtliH-tMM ...'. ,
in ran tf.o
.. cirrazcil hating, the Screws built! orpins 11 t. >e mi mi *: ; ,
( Cj'iracie j K'.IN iiinl% d l : : in I t-'rieiid. "
a ubite aa-1 ciK.ie.l., KmKtifekedlIwiJLoioliiif :
I liU this *e.i:.n. will Ka\e their order at, arxl fur j the .11" in their paper to as to ctlifuiin to TEnS as per directions on the bottle. For Tl.ev ni'.l! nezi'tii'eiti! tl./ piincipil iuar Hn..f tie- I Ufort-iintrti.: JL1E; t. !<< -
a ( a #rtineiit of Swia.i Jcolut : "- .
cc-neral -
and HrraJ dl! Iiigs an-l! In-M.Mti.ii" Muslin jind I fiirtlter particulars address the Ku'.tnber at Bston Nov. 13, Is59. 47WOODEBDY&CO.'S this disease every physician will recommend Unite I Statf-s. the! sale: of I I. ,- i iMIJ.J by 11.,- j>tafe : KielantKill.; .April, '59. 1'.
I ThlQlu Bitters of ome kind then why not I tie 'eriJ -- --
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"fit beri.e.Oct. I llnlrond
< .v. _. -by *e% ComJ'anif'-I. t' ,- fman -
CaLri fliincaz.lK Dinii'y IXiu i Illack! "J \Lite 1 I.IUt.. JAMES C. hOWELL me an article known to be infallible ? ties, or i ia..J.ra*..d townand! tLer! ;s ilwi I. liotice.N
1.J nit. and Cap KiUV'iu VelvetKauli I .
La. .el Every country have their Bitter as a
1 J --- -- preventive 'I tie. an j will reiier out "n Mit" fflrt'1"I' Ar rarrf- .
of disease, nnd strengthening of nt iu the \ the tltid) 1I ntLtv ,in.1I1I1..1tJ"! -" .
[No. 651. in- same. Tlu-y wdll\tten.J to }
MciJiiif ] | M- pairij. ( "
Chcik SIMiLE: :t.'IBEIlJ : the in and '
: them all
MuwU system general. among '.r sale ..f / 'irie
JMtC Ccrti. -. there i is not to be found ft more healthy ,I lli lit it J. l.n (Jr tje 'An.1.' ,11. .1.!.r. :'.. .1| -. ,
: Cittj4jei, O TTjKli, IKS [-ojile; than the ( n-rmin fr .m whom thiapreparation ]Hi.i.. ISTAVI: : : I \ Tins; ('ITY, j t<> the H. ii. J Un\ir; 1.1..-.. .'.:Lr : "

Pans Tsretor'Ninoid : emanated. l ,.I.IIII'n scientific or in any town pr 'etirnf in the 3'ltU'f. f.'n I l'.t ..r I h. SItibils: "ieiit .f I I.. ;.iii.. .,' !.
ri>
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Lawns.7jiiants. >rimpnts which loss ritu-ndi-d advance
to
11.1j. DY THE n:[ >'/ft//jvi ? : :!14 iu uiJ f<>r ti., e.;lIJ.trf J... II a' -i i.
PRESIDENT t ; .i-iJ- i
"Lite a's4 (irand fJit.r.f IVr">n iiati i i-g such j
(oi4..reit. 1.I.inet anti i:1: 11u1 ; Capilal Prize 100,000( ties destiny of thi gr.-at prepamtiou in tho for sale will do! ; j Tlaioi'tw.! ) for mstlnmty t. eel! a'IV .
i 'IviJ prop ely will t > furnish IIH-III plat nI
1 s .a, Clove (tauntl't* Sik: and 1 breaStria medical; scale of science. ? I
--. '- (1.vu OF TilE MAULY: I. FKIZK TO K\' :) MM. 'nl XU.T! 111 itli &cvurait i i-rrip! .<& of onaiiiv.. l.wufi,. inspri I I ami I i.t.-r.- ; cit ties' t .tat le .ixl cf tin- ,

vti...Bt.. I ri; "-. li-rtu- .1... wifii Lh:' ,,lnl.- ., 1 eaiil 1 J..Ln (t'cr.en.l..oa lit UI.I t. ,6.
k1 ;i-: Sonnets Bloomers &c. UNITED STA.TES. -- -- -- FEVER AND AGUE. .10'r8t'.1,: ".:"W I.',! n.rl.. .... ...1.:. .ft'f.o.:.,._.. ..iis-.5is: f) .i ii g w&.f': wc.. .. 1i i
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I pun"3'iee of I..,'. I. JAME-s BUCHANAN. / The Extraordinary Drawings I This trying and proToklng disrate .',.ich txct it* We wi'.l aTt.-'i.) to iV .-tt.rl.l.t" : f el.oim.-1" < 'liEt i 'cE i a"'J X E i "f NE.'t S-." J. I I.Jrr. .

r.t Tiwjnv-.l t SiT.; Sttm.Vl.il* ami Ci We>! l.'r. ;.i.ut! "f tl e I '" !,., 'tits t ot A,, "ric., ill i ofY.MM|. }:..I.IJ'.te.<>.'- Sii-plo :tnzL. r I..tt. Ii.-. ill KlehtloM jrrasp on the LOIS of man enlacing him to the ,.'..aJr Sfa,e tJ.'vernments C>r *' : \:. ori.jKi.ttit I I, rAg I, : A W, c.'ittaiTH ;.:-; !I' -

fw :"".(. Lad..,nail.. l Mi' ** li. mtt rs, lno II". reby declare and .:.1, kno-.Ui that puljtc baUviilU 1 tale p'.flcc: in (rl.ibIi.., mll'u' Id.- Suj CriSis itu.M-e! (.f a mere .h,low in a short iiaee of dimS,and rendering ; "hiir: : t!.- r'- I'lt In>!i.iii War. .. or .f'!
.UrraU.iK.i'h: s and t'lival.luantillas i t. I bias i>fij'>ically and oi-otaKy: useless ran 1* d..realtod In 8.j.iti.: t. !. J'F.'II rOo SIAU.WI'! !'
c 'Lehl at the ulI.l, rmf'l.ti".1 land office iLl i : .SseiIf) : "nl" < tlet, .t .\uI: b. G".,8. uetise! : t -r: I''mni"i..n 1J..p: irtnieat tLr I .
-- -- the State ttul dnrcn from thee! icily I.j the use of IIO&TETTEK'S : laTe ) i "3JA> J. PKKKI.Ns.: I
of uud-r-sgisei
Florida at tha j'en*>Jj Lmioafur C'cas .,. :a Iier. ,<.,t'.n1.. .. ."i.iteL-c, l Ii. if5t. purcJw-J t tLc MIre '
1 tipiai d!. to it : BEXOWXED BITfEKS. Farther any of ihe abe. I i:.>nKKT: ii (;.tunr.F.r. ,
: ti : I ( /.,. A'.. OC e; I'v.S..ilsi'i,. ." 21. l 1-/ju. Sm-n ( C..OM of >:. -r* ELLIS THOMPSON
iuiiry Itatttl diseases ccie 17. l"5v.
can cantncinl when 50-ts7
.t tic Liii exposed tony
: fftlceat .\;". iinincncirg: I CVdM .V.. CO JJfamt 'iiiMn/ii'/, f'llrni'ry; IS, IKaEXTRAORDINARY I j I I. ftbirh they iii 111.iki- Lire a-1.lit ion* at >n uTy I .
A iene-al nti.iary comliiiuns thom if the CiUenarenwil
a< "irtmei.t <>f Clotli Cloal* an.l Mun- ou > onday. the twentieth day of proJuiinrf I .

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&h'.t M.ni'iliiCliiulle< 1'oir.ts Qitulle imliaui. lfffJ tfftiaMianJjtai-lmj/< tiuii.<, ihiii Ile toider DRAWING, .nausea Ito offend the j'a'ate and remlerinj; nnneccary *- \XllK- t-irj .-r.jx irs Janu.ir\". !J. "

,r(1 : .', Ki.tt, J-.i.itvl. mentioned townships tiluVh rurain. to the United; i To take! place as alxn especifi. cry cU.-mje of diet cr 'lerrul.lwo| to usual r- jluits ,' (;'NIIII.! li-.t-, I Hoot4.V Shoe?, C1. tiu,j, / de-r'ici&ih, Esecuivi of tiitI laW: !

I --- I States wilhin six miles ." t'I'li MaiN I 1 Grand Capital Prize of w ,but j.romotes sound steep! and healthy digestion ija'I.tK-ry and !linnss, < ;iroreii. v, ((14. -.11 .'f J"I'n Gr'crge Ateek:f' 'I. elsri. !... .

Fancy Staple Dry Goods. "fioni St. J,. ..'. ur, at Jacksonville, to the( waters the cnnirLiint Is tens removal t< |_liy! a* Is consistent qnors f"l'll't. tl!,) 'f\i:i"ns. 1'Lnta- : .'! t.. th; II.". j xv.>u' :.,., r. .J i

of Escambi.t bay, at or near IVr..icola ;" and' "from ".ih the production of a thimiu BD<] penca- ( ; <,imiil ...:r! . .1 "ivn i !
l&'iehIi. Lroor \
I'aney I'rii"t .Iianl ru-sacol.1 the 5JL009000I : :lfm.8 1 ,
i.i' American. I'rin- t cit .
Engli-li. : : State line .f Alabiwa in the di & cure.For KkvuU.. ;iit njj in atttl for the o n.P. ..f I II I II
.II *. M'lulin. Fretvh and ci.zli.h: Merino French and rectioti of 1 Prize ..f . tttui \.!!! r !iiiiiMin; :51:tte- ..
( Monttjumery ; subject a* uvju-red: by I hn.teitl I IiijZe s,f. :;.ft 1 Persons in advanced years ; I I ':v i'.din-.e: for nntl.<>tt! % '" -f.;' '

lrIt.iai>>nliaii-N 1..sIii: llil.I7.li'ul' ,Alpicea-s! law to a tuiuimum of 'tirv dvll'ttt nml ffty tinlt //1 Pnnof; . ; .iMKH'. I l'ttze.of' 5 "i>i Wh are mtftnng from nn ek&eUeJ! eonst.tution and r.\!.. Fullln': I riser, till.- Mill iut r".1 .f tlh-: t-t-it- It:;, ..f tli.tin .

: Hill and Ct.n'e"'(-. \\ir- 1ln..i"l. I'nutcd f deft'. S U: ftrXortb Prij4,1: . izum 2 1I1'rzf""f 2.1V O Infina "".1)'. these! Catvn are mvalujl! as a rtsluntiv ltnrjss'nre fliit l! t"u-y.: : Cajtin*;*, aol a grantstiiS'y tAH ,! Kihl J. Im CM- f .,,!.,.... j!l.-----j i
Opera "::10.1-. .: and t..nh Merino I Prize of 10000 ices) the li.I!., : rent .. .
: l. ( Piizt-Kof l.i'iO wiiy ?'. t wif :: ?. w ,
cf 'r nrth an1i I r.cf'U i artiCle ,
Vests ff the last line eel ; i -r. an oi.Iy to Ic tried i :u.r I !. -
bleached tnd t.m\:: Shirtings and l She tii-f, *ttt f tJn frinrifaJ 1 Prize of 5WWI; lltO Puzesof . JW I rntl P. J ...fE i Scr. :;. atl in T..\ ',, ,
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. rWiaa.Tswn..i.1. tu l< iirecuteJ.| And ta mother chile cursing, t>f n Iii 1& (.1' \ \.i.l: *ril Wbt'JesiIeer ;> 1
linen !b"ftil:; all hi.tit. baeh! d aivJ Lrwl I i 1 Prize o( . .11t1O lu Prize of . .$tso ( .'! lItters are bb.1ene.sIle| e'i ScrI-is. 1I.r. < i i. .j
Drillings, Satiiu-ts, Detiiais. Cast-iniore' trown and I uxl :. of range 1. 1 Piiiccf. .,' ISO Prizes of . ;W> : a--- .JO ":I'II L. :\!; l.l.We t .il,
O T. BLiw mcthre's coUTuJiniTt: u ir.a !c<|tute t> the d"ID"f..lIIoC j vp an.-* ". .t I'-ci. > t' :: will! eok.iore r.tf\"ra": ,
ftrijicd .a1"ul hi.1 IJnrn. 1n.rr. Gen.ia I. 2, and' I, of rai.gr* 2 an.! 5. y THOMAS j. PKRKS.VX: !
liffffsat I I T..i _\J'J'RUXUATto }'auI: ", ne rtiiliL rmn iaently: tier "''n" must yield with it.------f any t.- v :.i tlie: S"mth. ftV invite IIWMThiuu 1
11:1 ; HiUlktl. Xeo i ,' 2 And S, of range -. I ROIJEKT it. I;.\):!.". I -
&! green, t'zu.I.t 11fa.MI., muu.t"! la.k"u fuwnt-liips I, :. ;. end 4, tfrace 5. 4 prU'uf f C0i>app o-'j, to S 1 .>.:OA priz are i 2.4 fjO ami bert it vhere a ptnl 1'1,. nH-h as Hostctter's I i / .1..1..1111.i i \ : |i .r !I"'rs to tXIIJI..tlur! tiH-t. Dr 1'. I S7'!I. l-a\Y

-. T.wn Li]' 2, 2. and 4, of ranges 6, 7, and 3. 4 3 IO" <'.
Gent's. Clothing T....uLip. 2. =. 4. and 5. <.f rju-re P. 4 *. 4tlO" S .tHH) 1CW and r\gnr\ to the 'jitrtn. I.til'V .'..uIJ ty all means : I it.v.: 'i'IIfit'SN.. : Notice. 1

Tnwu,hiji* 3. 4. and 5, of Tatiyt, 10. 4 iil.y! and Lefjre taUoin I FeliMMM. I". 1S-J. SlyiBVltJAL 1
.. t Black C'itrfhiits. n.lin:1",Twe'. atnet. To\n Lips 2. 3. 4. and 5. ft 4 g OO If IU.ltJU" HH) ;. .,!k put i tiiu.-ian, "hn. it he i I. acquainted liOJ'Po 11 '
1
p55.3 n.sr Ciiats.. B 1"! axer. S.ai4hifl. BWki TowutLips 2. 3, and 4. of ranges rarys 13. .ami. and I!I.:. 20 lOil" 5.( !,Ot.to sills lht Tiathot the Hitigrs, nil rccummctitl Uiilr ; lbK..'. ;5.t i'EIT :111"1 1(' -, T Il.>r.. ;,,. Iote. >.f the. ,"., ., t
I ,% lh ansi hAlim-t ( nt5an-l Town Iim 6.4JC1O of u<* In s'J ms 'it cestacci.C.ltTl0N.liz leeeaiw'l.] will make a]>> ;,&ti..n' :.. t10-! lion 3
> 'V : I a}"" FJHTJ C:. I ] 2, S. 4. and :. of ranges' 16, and 17. prizes 510 are. _. .. 00,11-0
1 imrre, DtVin, Tutil ",.I F.inry Sitim't "int.Faiaey -. I Town*!.!]* 2, 3. and 4. vf n 18 I -_ -- - -. .- eluti"ulle public against I Pr.-Luicte in am! lor Ih.! ..0m.1I.I ...-i ;;.i i J
t's 1 .
?
; 20 CASES
I
cIU1e V.,,t-. !.!l'bn: : :i-id: Ita'un! Cloth I I.t 22: i'3.:: and :1.T".usI.ill8 i ltJf I'liz.. am..m.tillf to..,. *C1S,00 > tsiiig any of tlie many imitation or coon :i the eState of tb ..,i,! Lrnu'r. IIi." .-l.-n: ,

est Lu.u 1".11 H.lrtl 1 and (.'.!:1) i'. MjifrilVShirt t I. !. 3. and 4. d 25. -h'n'h. terft.it. but ask forlloiTiTTm's I CEL ,ECATEISr. : > i .___ ____ I LETITIX IfJll.M! ) >
range tCVLM
Isa.ae24i
; ( !in.t' an 1 Shirts ic Towiu'l.i1ia I. 2, and' :, of rai.se 26 and 57. ; IJaLCLti iSiS) (Zeaanas $5 ; .>v ra BITTJC and sothat 'nch bottle I I I 1)ee. I. II-i.9.-- f-.hv
r.U'ITRII "
; h I 1 I. !. 3, 5, and 6.of : e!.5ei. use LIce \'"iCl4 1'r. J. llo l. :t.-r"s. Stomach Sfcrj-s -
ranges 2S and i
:!9.
Boy's c- Clothing.j To,itfhip. I, :t,3,4I., and 6, of ranges 30,31 A 32 TilE-ORDINARY- -) -DRAWINGS) nitt.-"" blow on n thInllio..n the i.lo of rap tl.e C.'-..".'.Itl\ring( andstsnsIiisl the ---gjesESSEaasa r : STSTItr Insolvent: rl Of W.J Estate) Kotic j


: Clulb Fr.Hks. Tw..1('..-,inior> nn.l fancy :: ,1,1; t Susdh> f ti.ale l-itt am! melt r-f thticri l.riwipJ ., fia is the l ."1. I
< tore on
I -. b'ne ) AuuvtisGeeii'gis. follows
'
Ca1 ilL. \ "" ,pilot 'I.llue au : I 11CI.IIC: .,
*M 1.Dr'TIn-r1l1l : i r B. Jl-i1't-'T.
!
o\fr..I. fan,.\' t'j-fiini-re I'.iri', ..: *- I Township 1. of ranges I and 2. (' ., i. jritit s.a. .Soeerj.iy. J""II'Irq 1 I. It; ni'rl'rm:1: ic J \ )
I j'I'LY \'I.I.r.I.t.: .
kituera I'uuis. si. Towtu-liijw I and 2. .-f ve" ; 1)1.,.:; ., ii j ;11.1.1.;; ': ci>ri-'-i--K i .' on bin 1 I l I 1..11111i ,,. 2
22. J. .
11.tf.- Towinlii;* 1, :, nad 3.range(f SO. --"turd"'I.-, .._- -q :, IltifJ ; I'iltebnrgi? I'a., and add! by all I Ii % I.' 'i. .1. I R\WI, l'i.Urtak I Idiifli' i ii : :iI..I.j": I the "''"! ate flier :of .<:.id| ;---i",., .> 1

TowmJ.ii'* I and 2, of range range:1.Xw.tlt OiDI2TaaiZT ; DR.A.VINe.- lrns) :M t", :rllt'ri", led d<:alrrn generally I! : 2w'. -q. 47 strrtc-ti- tIat! !I. 1'lieves li.r .> t.- ..t' fe

H3 take place tlironjhont tiif 1'r.itt-d Stae! ", fIlDl&J, Sonth II I : hlu.Yl: t.' he iiub'Ivnr. l!.rrf.nii.tin.. ,. t?

A Ciie "esoitno.t !riA Pitt Hats / the {cr.' "lfe a..J ttti rti, jrixeipclutt as abuvc fl.elrie.l ..",."..1.,.. "_.ft...'. .,.."",.._,.:.. i GUn.S G'U.IlS Guns !!! : tfvrn t. aM rw-r.i iC h n ira dai.! :cuii'snicar .-'
u MukCctei 1 GR.I.M)
r / PRIZE Gr. . .$.GGCO. I U'J HIs ilC I'iis'u .ilr. U.lId/ .., ,
FreneL uor l'U...terNlIuu;niianIViilfm! <..ke.. scOViLMCAD i r"J'IJ "i.i." r,:.lit. .I t ts Ouw p.crir.eni-t'ihr:; i..entuA -.1 I I..tr ..,.:.. ,'..unl'n ,
Township: cf 1 Prize of. F lwf-re hr itii .
race I.Tooniliijii .520,000 1 Tiizf of. ,',. ... i'S Fct
1Iave1wt.SLste.! Maine IW) tie' --C'-.e. j i.-i
Antique and Kanovy : IW UIU.I1.: ..\ ., cpp-.te : litrr (pn-pare.1 I n. wl.-n tht-r-( will I- ,
'
latL'.IW I and 2. cf ranges ?, 3, 4. Z 6 7 1" 10.000 :0" I iii ilie lOn woikiit-Uke: ; and pn> cit >:j"'t,
:
in roO
d.il.lrel'.Iat. <' err.t t>1 hi'. OentV{; 8. V, I Itieot-i- .";t"ntll. rrunTt:j ni.tr.ucr, to[ 1 .i.J astute ii. .
Of I" -rrditi----i
tZ' and In.Towntbip" I .f'ttO( ; li)0) j r.ukf anti! ;Irj "' cI.i.1$ I 91
) ii'Jiiible inol..kln 4flfl rp; ; i
I :i *. 1its.. Mrti:?lit an-l N.t 1, of 11 1" : :00..1&1 "J" E. U\ 1IH jr., :;. \.J11 ': n WMSWVXN.'ju,,,.. !.i'I
ranges and 12.ff 4.000j i, 100 -'
ilen's and ::0(1 I e-a.. BI.d \lLS .Ie LI (1r'e.
sLapcd y'eHli plutb :! 1'l1..bu.t' ; nr( I; G17-LCCht
capo &111 caru. I" 3.DCO 100 ISO I ./...;&:. | Anis::. i's:> : ;
.. .
----- s"lt tlie tut
Lice athl i if
faeftil:
t.st w''t -
the I
'f j.r.acijaZwsritlia j 100 .. 100 I \l.ril y, I ISS9.TIIC I -lv j : j-cctseninsr ta Gun or LIH LainitK
| W tOi) tl.v .. ,'
Boots and Shoes. I t Cjii.ilitie.tii tlt' he expert tn merit a i Attachment.
Township 1, of ranges 1.,3.4.S. 6. 7,8. ansI 9Tunbij Afjiroiiuiatt Prut : -' liberal l'I! ":.:;c <.j the eitizius: of ibis place aiklCS'

A very large a" oilruent of Ladies. and ML"sGuit s 1 and 2. of rcnges 10 all.lli. 4 Pii7.es of$400 appro'g. to 50.WO' prize arc Jl.COO GREAT ttVOTiOA: : OF THEG I K 1Gcars : etrr.'uiishie ,"-'111: r',. lu j.t1auil i.-sF. -I.rssepeit. ..: ,., "

-r lislkii and Hippers of every 't'llit. and wzevitli At the land office at NEWNAKSVILIB 4 a :00" 20WIO *' 1,200 N. II Gnu Ii-cks a>;:-i} e for s.d.- on 'li.nd.A t> 4..ili-JdiIeeu:1ca: llil0. .
and ,itli"ut beef (icnt's lxt ( vateproiif r on Monday ''he fifth d.IY of March commencing -I. .5 250 10,000 lKiu I -- r u UST! m.Owx. Ezy: Tllollr"coal *1..1 J.JII l t.. I ,trm-.. M.-r--hsi :

I (..U and HKK-S. Planters It..tr nnd Shoe of all p>"al of the vacant hud in the next, for the. die 4 225 :,0(00" Otto> Machine for Cutting Planing-, Moul Mi Hi ?i. Hr.:'. 15RICHARDSON'S 'I I.Jth"'r (izldiig!! aid .I..ill: IIIIMIK; mlinm ,'"

kitxK Hunter's Root Plou llnau'l t.t. Voutl.'sand tivMt .se!fxtrt*vfrtum*. within the mn tindermcntioned iiNthFer,< ieee 4 :00" 4MiO 80O ding. &c., Irregular Forms in Wcod.TMHE ., firm, ami .tjle ..f1'hl'q..t| I'm-, s-
Boot and .',hiss afrnut of Chiltlrcn' I 4 150" 'fc.WiIinm .
no" variety tu"ii-Iiij! >#, vihich remain to the United 3.CJOQ' 600 0- ,
,Ac. A large ,'uppiy l ol liu, iJr: t jf j railroad underHuned Ins lu'come tits 'r LIJ.VEN"S
-fnHii
:, 'Xorthorn and MaJi.iii Hia.is0 -. j John' ii\er. at JaclHmviile to the walersof Etcatnlit St 1..( O prizes of 20 are" , , , lOO.OOn 1. right to use and sell tile vnluiMe:: owner nuchine of the in ,I DI.f..n.la"t rind all others f inure-sit-I: ci, '
\ [> Hard ware ins < Ir.-n. Xdil*. Xo1.m. Sad : DAMASKS DIAPERS &c. 1
I by mitifi.lf
: at the ,
buy
or near I'cneacula I
1 ; and -"rulnm..tia Florida and he now /.'r* individual and Count\ I i .ntrn..nll'r .I :l.i .e
Jlerr. Faney (Ac.Sagging1}<".,!*, Cr.oluJ. ilasewaio, itjfuwesv.1uwaae 1: i--.iid.! on the Atlantic to the naler of Tampa IJI". 5,485 Pi izes amounting to. . .. O.IJOtl Rights to any 'ho may il.-Mie to puriLa-e. One .1; i CIX-C', \: ER' uf RitHAnr=.>>i's Lutm*. an.l thoce 1.l1tt e"n\.lJt. rdun.al: tn U. next trio.1 ,.

: j *ith a branch to Cedar I Key,
I --- 1 MI!jett, an required by law, to a minimum; of iw;-> Wlh'LE Tcckele JJ ; JI.n\t., 55 ; QIMBTFKS. *23i I Icr the shop of I. W. Bowen at the TlIlaJ.as"'e! R H. I see that the articles they purclts are eeacd! wit I J the( ran.-. I.l NIFrS. J'J

Rope. & Twine. I I dvllart fx-ljffty tt'xt*j,'r cere, \\t\ : -WOOIEUDYat- -- CO.'S -- i Dt-iot.| The machine i i" nnple i i'i! its construction. I (he lull name of t'! firm, I -Sj-teielv-r-- 1.. It'Tt'. (--I.* .

\ ful b'pl.f' : Family C5r "rif', *uch as Teas ISOIfl4. rf the ei.., attj taut of the I adapted! to cut a greater variety. of irregular! forms I I J. S. KlUIAK&fOX, O\5 A OW PE", J "
. '. jiiincijuiltiteri'liftH. GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS and surfaced than other t in as a {rcarautee of the eounducfs and Notice.S
2 ( e nltr. Sw p. Cniullcn, ('sn.i.! f, any j i en'ed. Itca : durability of the .

i, liurning Fluid. Oils, I'nilt., T.tmC.licc:nul Cigars,, Town hif-s 1 and 2.ofrange 11. OX THE THREE XUMIJEK; PLAX, pacity wink is equal to twenty men and in some kinds <,f I j GO.K This! I TX rl.ntL..lln,, tie first ptelhie-aiion" el ila" .
much caution i is
l>sen :iuccs. *. :1t. te p. rT.ly r.rcesfary as 1 tie i thee teicktsut-si wilt .
1 and I 'his
ll. : Tuwiinhipa :. 3, of 12. CAPITA I> from 'hresdtit 6" a
UrjixitosVines range JClZnrrFSiOOOOOc01 three to four feel i is I'Ifii"if'llt-n/l.1 ] Iarisquuietities: of inferior and o'cfsoiiveLieisti
.<;iu. Hum and Wbi key.ALVO Tow square re i i iquires I are C.neu.t t.. II. lI..n. Jishe of Prot-teti' i-f I. .
ndiips 1.2.3,13.1-1. cud 15 of "-
a ai'soituientcf range 13. but little power to drive it. .: kind of prepared. pea.on at.-r( tcason and sonIc I nith! the
good eonstaiitlv aol
Inij.
. kept: Townships I. 2. n, 4. 13, 14, and 15. of 14. neat and difficult ccry name f7.n7 .-ti apple for n .Jj..Iar-e, I" n-lmiisi-tral.r' .. b"
en Land. HCm, RUST "CO. range work in House building! C"I.ioet1'urnittre. I i> >w, by Irish Houses, who, rrtnrd- 1--hateo.r ft.\iJ .

: TalUL.. :-,. 24, 1859. S9 d Townships 1'.wn..l.il'.2.t.1.11.12,13.2.3I., 12..I3, 14. and 15. of range 15. TitLes f'tttcr on the Levi Sn the Aintriraaconsumer FeIkeIiiere-seeil.. J. IL1KTE-4 late .4 sot, ..1J.dv .1".J. .
and U, of 16. .tc. dc. be turned I aiul the -lfactt.rer3
range can out I by it with mII1 of the gena'ne Goods
--- -- WooLs TICKETS -s0 HALVES aatoLishitig :11, u:; ,.
.
To flO I :
;
\ n 2 QuAKTtts ,1-11'I
,
bips 5
3.4.1\.11.12.\ and ; _
13, of ; neatness and d will not ahun
rtn-je: 17. (* atch. readily XE\r\ GOODS) XEGOODS\\ TowiuJiips 2.3. 10 EIGHTHS 2.50. .
11, and 12 of range 18. JERE EIC1IA11DS. while purchasers can be iu.pose on with hoods of a 'r A.-
Towiikhifis 2, 3. 4, 8, and of -oa ..l1Ob1CC.C
i 9. ranges 19 and 20. Certificates July 16, 1S69. worthless character. .

-- ttMyers -- Toniibhip and 22. I, 2, 3, 4S. 6.7.8. and 9, of ranges 21 L rate*, which id of the Package risk: will be sold at the follow ---- -- -- _. -20-ly-. .. ---- J. BULLOCKE &
GormanHAVE 36 Church St, New York. 0 s.-"t his fi",1 necr-urs n..I1'.ucl.t'rs tnl ciiiJcsti's
DAILY I|f
Tvwn>.IiP 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, and 7, of range 23. Certificates ol Package of 10 Whole Ticket .$80 EXPECTED, Sept. 24, 1839. S9lyIIILLSIJOKOUGH I I ii( Probate of Leon county. adiiiinUtralor '
NOW IX ORE A Towndiips 1, 2, 3 and 4 of a If 10 Half n.._ 11 a. ""7'.4 I I 'HI
.- and I .autiful St.ick range 24. .. 40 ULU. all v -------- ---- -- ---. .- -- o>bte IIf Ju. tr"'man., .JI't'J..t_- .. -". .l..t..- ".... ..-...

..f (}<>o.k t. a Inch tln-j u<..udIrpjtectfulljr ) fjJ --- At the land office at St. AiofsTixc, commencing a 10 Quarter 20 ii.iwi.xuuu N. C., county. and ask to be di. li rr H tker.Tnmi.
.'nI.lav: the 10 Eighth If. 10 I COXSISTIXC or
imito attriitivn twenty-se\enth day of February WILLIAM I. STKOMAN, AJmr
: of.iz -- -
isiting : next, for tbe diprsal of the vacant lands in she In -- -- DRY MILITARY ACADEMY. Oct.l',-r I. IS9. 40-Crn It
. (Seiits Pine Gold llutitic; Cased LOXITK; Otut Fine rirnHuiiilxft ordering Ticket* or Certificates enclose the HOODS HATS. '- .-
-
J HtcliuKt and ri" -
silver Li-ver \ncllllr. and] felines; Ladic: Fine ports of "srctiou. within the amount i f money to our address, fur what wish I HARDWARE, CLOThING. HE SUPERIXTEXDENT wns for eleven years

(J..1.1 Watdl., ; Clinks of all dfcripti. uiidermtiitioned to'ubipfl. nhieh remain to the to purchase : name the Lottery in which you wish i it GROCERIES.BOOTS I CORN SIIKLLERS _L an officer of the South Carolina State llii.tary; Notice.SIX .

. I'iue n.rfTiitiiic. Mosaic, Ciiico. Lava and Coral, SeLls, railroads United; States'. from within six miles on each side of the. I invested nnd whether you VI i ifh Wholes yon Halves or .t SHOES, I r.\I\T t OIL. Ac.iil'-niiea. For ft circular address Montis after '}.ite. I Kiwill present my fiml 1

iniuebei! I'nr Kinjrs, Hinceltls (;'U Guards; the, waters of Escnmbia St. John'ii river, at Jaclmum'ilie, to I Quarters on receipt of which, we send what is or For sale cheap by BOND ,t CO. March C. C. TEW. Hillsborongh X. C. nrlt and vouchers to the Hon. Ju
Vert and I'-b Clinin, Lat'ies' ChaUlaiiiJ, ami from Amelia bay, at or Dear Peusacola ;" I i dered by first t mail U>?eth,r with the scheme.! Lloyd, Aug. 27, 1859. 35 -_. 12 .1859. ,11lyPlantation bate of Leon Bounty, IIJ admillitlrllt&r of the E- iteuf
C(-M Guard Fob and lide Keys, i.-laud cfti the Atlantic to the I Immediately after the drawing a .Printed Draw- -- -- - --- --- -- Jolin S. \Vie! >x,
DunxtiHl, Ojuil and Ruby Rin;s, ill waters the Gulf.f Tairpa of Mexico bay"with a branch to Cedar Key in?, Certified to by the Commissioners will be sect Valuable land for Sale. Goods. and a-k for a ilischar,c from said iminhvtratenrs!
llktIl Gold Ilinj*, (:St'tit !! ; subject, as required by Jaw, with I "\\7E JAMIi
<>*>in Pins. Seals, to a minimum of lice Julian an Explanation. are now receiving our usual Fall supply of IIAICFIELD Ad-nt
ckrt. di*nnf, G<.1.1 P.'IIC1,1 Pencil viz : andjifty ctnttjxr acre, C3 Purchaser will please write theiraignature I TilE subscriber offers for sale 1200 acres of valua- T T Goods fur Plantation use, to which we invite Pep'-' 10, 1850. :.-! n

(0I"f'. G 4d TiH.tb P.. GolJ ansi Silver plain and give 'their Post Office County' and State. land lying in Jackson county Florida, on the inspection of planters and public peiicrnliv.UOPKIXS .- -- -- ---
I S1iectaeies.? Gold and- SrrSilver .V.ri7< ff Ifie base line aitd tail of tfie .riHr/al All communications strictly confidential. the West side of the Apalacbicola River about one A ilESIXXISS. Notice.ALL

! 1Lindft'ss. ..te.C J meriJiau.To d?- All prizes of ?I.II iOO and under paidi me mile below the junction of the Flint and C'laUaboo- Arg. 20, lS;!. 84Blacksmith .

-- -- .' hips 1 and 2. of range 23.TClwlIPllil' diately after the drawing-other prizes at UIQ uI oboe rivers. About 250 acres cleared. ---- -._ persona indebted to the Estate of J. II J:>
"Ware. 1. 2, and 3, tlr ranges 24, 2-% 26, 27 time of thirty days. About one half of said lands arc excellent ILininiock -- --- -- ,, late Wakulla county, deceased *,$:)

4 rand: Tfnva.VJ Tal.--! D* t-it foil Table Sx and 2S. Address Orders for Ticket* or Certificates to one fourth river l>ott! >m lauds, and one-fourth Notice. come forward anti settle the same, and all j-fr**'
.. | >onf, pine and mixed: pine Ian.!. holding claims against tIle Mid E tate will
-.5 .ii ii ii FoiLs, South of lit, tense liseea.niast of tht printipal WOOD, EDDY d CO, Augusta Georgia. For term apply (to Leonard Horn upon the place, them, July authenticated within tlur time l.rtril|prc'ot> '

::r..r. Slilt :m,1 I u ltrl]S.I". .fA'r..I.-. .-,:"-..- lr. WOOD. EDDY A CO.. Atlanta. Georria. or to Huv'L A. Corlej, or the subscriber at Tallblll".e AT fr by law. or ll.is notice w ill b* pIece) in bar of their

lev t..vj Crvniii l.a'les.KiiivtDuller.I' "- Kni 'u. Kii-li' KniveR.Caka Jvnites.! Townships 1, 2, and 3, of ranges 25 and 2C. WOOD EDDY tt CO, Wilmington. DeLtT IIRSUY M KLLS. reoovfrv. lie_. lt\s arid ranere hI wi"imr toll

1)18.aJkll1 Kinjf, Lands appropriated by law fur the use of schools A list of the October 22. ISlE 43-tf SauL j-xare will be found tilth- S. A. nr.cet at
: number
-'lifidren's Knives and Fork*. Cups, Oilier SuufTard ] that are drawn from !
n.ihIr1111! other purpose. together .ith the the wheel with the Xtxrpoif, I'.orkla.
c.x..s. Cake nud Poi M'I1Lt5. amount of the Prize that each
.- wiinip and ovciflowed" lands, Mill bb excluded I I one is entitled to, ill l>e puhli..llf'thftf'r every draw- Large Land Sale. R. A. SPENCER > Fs"no
from the sales.
PLATED \V ARE log, in the following: paper: Augusta (Gf'f'.) Con- Andrew S. I D. A. TELFAJItf
Oarr
The tracts along the lines of the railrrads will] be, rtitutionaliist. Mobile and others, 1ta. Xor. 19. 1S59. 47-Sw
Register
Xayhrille STATC
Tea Setts pJatrJ on German Silver. Beautiful sold Gazette or FLORIDA, ---' .
Pat- subject to the of -
right way. granted l> act of: I Richmond Dispatch Miss
Paulding
y ( ) Clarion New
tntwolSilxrpUtcd Ca u>rs, Waiters. Ilfchfn 4th Al1gut-t. 1852 for said Lewis Curtis Natal Thurs- Middle Circuit
railroads and the York Herald and Xew York Leon BLACKSMITH Notice.
p.uticuar Times. BUSINESS -
Cake Uatkets, IltitU-r: DL-li, ton. Trustees of the TIlE IX ALL ITS .
Card
Bafket. tracts cut by the routes will be sold as cousin I' Nor. 14. 1857. Apa- I Count. .. will be
4-1r carried
Fruit Stan.l.. Sn:ur Ii.i-kets. CandleeticLt ii.g the quantities respectively rhown on the official I lact.i""Ia: ; LanJ Company OLD STAND the on as heretofore, at tbe ALL persona hating claim! nr dl'ftt""tI.i.! .' *

: Gtl.et3! Cups, .ie, JLc.Outlery. p.at, without deduction Store House for Sale. and others. ,J 1:1 Cnaycay.TURS1'tNT thanks for and,solicits by a continuation undersigned of when!the returns Leon estate of John A. Grant, deceased lute .'

The offering of the almve land will be commen to a decree in this cause,the underJ. patronage heretofore *o liberally ex'ended. public Jer rvmity. are notified to prevent them t. tie ur.-

_ ced on the clays appointed and win! proceed iu the: .4 RARE opportunity i is now offered) C dcrsigned Receiver, tc., will offer for sale by _ditTy_I._ 1859. 3f I C. WILSOX. I notice igned will within be the time rresciihtd by law, or tI.,.
Iu>;<.riand \VttriilM.lm'* Celebrated Pocket Cut order in which they are advertised until th; whole: -- \ to pUITI. .'ers of a Large and well .u ; \ audio1) at the times and place herein mentioned _. j.e.vi in bur of their recovery an-l all

lery. Table! and Desert Knives fck-issors, Shf'arll. Ac. t-hallhaie been oUrred. liD: tile sales thus closed ;: constructed STORE HOUSE in the I I '--r tbe residue of tile real estate bel'mgiug to aid company Salt Salt person indebted. are nqceisfed to male inineditCpayment.
but no sale shall be businesspartofTahlaieasse. and thi District I L. E. OKAXT .\dll\'
kept open longer than two weeks.. The build lying in viz: -

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. and no private entry of any of the above lands will ing on Mcnroc Street now occupied by Mr. T. Lane At New Port, on Thursday the 26th day of January 1000 i .\'J.=S l..inrp&'ol and iCO Turka I. I _NO\"lmwr. 12,1359. 4ft-6w
be admitted until after the DetUn will be next about i land, for ule by -- -
offered
thousand
tinitars Violin Flute expiration of the two C at private sale until the first ((20,000,1 twenty acres of
tinas*, *, Fl.icroKt Accordouns, lIe- vetLs.Given. Monday in January nest at which: time it will be I 1 ind and a number (if Ida in the said town of New )I :AUGIIT A Or OiD. Notice.SIX .
liiiijos ansi Tamboui ioe*. under han.L! old at auction I Xw Port. Oct 8.1359.Special.
at the public unless
my city of Washington, sooner disposed of at _
Port.At months
ALSO _. after date
_
the
this fifteenth day of November : private Term to suit Tallahassee the, umlertipred will pre
line anno Dou.ioio e purchasers. Apply to en Monday, SOth day of Jannarv his
Gun Shot
Powbts, Powder Flafiks, Gun thousand D. W. Notice.PERSONS final account and roueber to the JOt]'
hundred Gwvsx
Wads soil eight and fifty nine.JAMES or D. C. WILSOot'ov. about ten thouund acres of land in Leon county ; of Probate of
Leon
Cup I : 12, 1859. 4J(; and at Quincy on 7"burfdjy, the 2J day of eourty and apply for a final .li*
Al5J Table en j ITaH Lumps, Lamp Globes and I BUCHANAN.By about one bnndreJ and eighty thousand February, indebted to the late firm of Wilier A charge from the administration on th" estate of E. A.

Cliirancys. Hronzod Candlesticks. China Vases Pa the President : House and:; Lot for Sale. in the counties of Oadmien and Liberty, and aer..s.lyio extend.. are earnestly requested to make Shnler, deceased e of said county.
rim Marble and Terra Cotta Figures. China Jewel I j S. A. SMITe i jag from the Ocfclockonie to the an early settlement. By so tlotng tbv trill confer a J. B. JEFFCOAT, Adm'r.

" lioxes, Sej ir Stands. Card Stand. Cup, Mugr ... Commissioner of lbs TT OTS Xo. 26 and 31. of the SEI Alh& 'TllUIs--One third of the Apalachicola river. great favor. WEbER A DANKHEIMER. .Aug. !O. J8i9. al- m '
purchase is
Al leo, I'lpi Macbe General Land Office. .J.J ofSct- I TIlt lunacy to be Ors.'berl5,1S53. 4!-Jm. V, .-
'W.itillt Desks and Work I I 1.&mtbandWelt. [sis. '. paid at tbe time of tbe .' .. thus residue io two ,
liuxcs Uackgaimiion :its, Chess Men, Dominoes, i'!' containing 11 acre of ground more or jjIJ:! : iDStahnent*-one and two -with 8 equal '-- -- I LAND FOE SALE
yean cent
3I<.ro-*> IJjgs Leather Satchels Table Mats, Jap NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. I less under fence; about 7 act f'S cleared, -g"* 3 interest Titles to be made by the Receiver per when In Attachmenl

nne.l Waiter*. I' person right of preemption wiling the payment hive been made. Hill 1 In Justice Court, 2nd District Oortnty.A .
5. .o. Ruorc. Razor Strops Ilair to of the lands i! five rooms kitchen stable, ,
BruaJt'SShaing any within the township above enumerated corn crib eUteru. :.- JOHN BEARD Receiver i r& >County of Leon. Sum
TRACT
Crushes, Tooth Bi uIoL..Ii. .: is | The piemi' front on the Eel) Air Road Thomas Sworn OF GOOD PINE LAND cootaiciwr
required to establish the same to the sat about a mile TillihaMee, Dee. 1 1, 1639. 50-td. Morgan. ) $21 SI. Bond filed f50
Also, a flue assortment of Head Nets anJ Hair i isfaction of the register and receiver of the : from Tallahassee in view of the Capitol,.: Lately jjf The lollowing will 00. 120 acre, 25 acres .f which cleared and
rlll"t1r Call and tee at land ofTcc. ass] nuke payment therefor as proper. I the residence of L. W. DuDoLs dav of sale ant forward papers bills to Receiver publish weekly viz till THE Defendant and all other interested are litre fenced situated about 1| miles Sobtb'cf' Rail Road
I soon aspraiticab'e. : notified of the *
Station
ilYERS i GORMAN'S. after seeing this notice and lit t.re the For terms apply to H. L. RUTGERa I The Telegraph Ma con ; Federal Union returnable commencement of this tint, Xo. near Springfield! Church and k lnl"a
Milledgeville to Justice's
X"T. I2.1R59. 4G iayappniuted for the i Oct. 15, 183\1. 42 : Confederation. a Court to be held at Talla and described a* the N. W. 4 of the S. W. j of See--
commencement c.f ;
the Ala. hassee
,- ------ sale of the lands public I Mrotgomery. ; Sentinel ,oo the second Monday, IOu day of Febtnary tioo 2ft, and the 3, E. i of the S. E.'J of, JSectiuo ''.
Ta1habaMe I -
,
i embracing trad claimed ; otherwise ; Republic, Quincy ; ltf' .. Mobil. A. D, 1860, and to and also the N. E.
Cotton.C such claim will be New Wheat Flour. appear plead to.1te same i of the S. ELJ of SeelJoo 1.a111D
forfeited.S. Given under my hand ,and Seal this ,' Townslip 1, Range J N. A
5th Jar of E. Tbe>boT. land eaai
A. SMITh II II BARRELS Bagging and November A. D 1850. i be
\SU I XEW WHEAT -
Rope
ADVANCES made on Colton Ly I Commi *icuer of the Geuenrl Land Offic a 0 ale FLOUR (or r parehatcd on very liberal term oo appltcatioo t C

I)ec. I0. 1859. 4 -13t by hOPKINS & MEGINKISS. Ti'OR sale by BOND it CO. E. M. WEST. [L. ?]. J GEORGE TRIESTE
J,1:,. 20, 1859. 34 J:}: Lloyd Ang 27. 1819. 3S C Justice of the Ptoac on 11r.T. B. ChatreV Pbn'atioa.'
i Tallahassee Xor. 19, 1839. 47-8m Oct.5*, 1859. 43
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