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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 14, 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
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00387
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Vrl1fr.s hmal cub> iksinrss- (( i GALLIE, S DENTISTRY."XT'Or I! -J.: K. GREGORY & CO., 5 HEW GOODS i I Valuable Inv ;ii ; !!!! .. t:


I '":.U.l.K: IN i ( t KSMJKS: TO II !HAICNACII, J 1t .,) AT PEELE S I

MILES! :$ NASH$ & CO.. I ( ) 11IOH1OiSS } : .: _" t. V.Iwlcfzde and Retail DviJers ill NEW POIL' 'I ECONOMICAL AND VARIETY STEEL BLADE (..


It tIALERs: 1S Dlll'liS) ( ; AND MEDICINES.IrAYF. ) ( ----- IDIcDWl'atented 1
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L OlJiU'NU: : tore now rcc.irmg
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McXAUGHT June U I sfo 1 It'5t}. .
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DKK.S) 9 PALMS, : :. URXr.IU/. 'UJ ply ..f
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OILS I I H'' 4fi p DH. 'I' r. ctH: LIIl' I Fall & Winter Dry Goods & Grcceries, &c The Most Economical, Ccnvenieat and Ef 'I 1

\ML'S'll'IXES.: lti I.I return h's: _.'ntff l nekuiiuh.Jsjem..". Tl.eif Stod l; has 1-eoxnrefnl'v It.l cteil and jl..Jlt'i.u ficient Cultivator. Ever Invented. I I

t "I I 1.1' mf..nn their rnLs and! the! publie.liivt I :McUO.VtL) & Co'S., I \i tit the('itl2e/l: of Smlhrti Georgia, lii.l, >Ji 1 i It_ pnrtli.ts liy i ne ">f ii,.' firm trl.a. from In* lung "lirilEJJ C- .

> \ Ih'' mi )b.ind a !I"c'It" die nnd Fast Flnti Li for 111(0.r: liln-i.ii '.?i.siaw.rce.keit .- cXlKriviM-- in the trade i i\ well jimmttl witli the properly made, and used if it don I .

,_ "'i. -m.-i-IU kept i ill, their line of ,( ? & (Somaissicu 1 U5r, fiom Ilu-iii .'!'r.iinr !-' part the or axtjii-. wants ..f this p'plc; ,111.1"e flilti-r <>ui'i-hf3 that V > thus prove htel'.I herein pledge mv,el( t, I
S .. w<- liav. liinjj to tieri/lM }., antI that return te m ney to those who purchase rights for ,
I StOne our
: i 110.) r nin.1 n-:;ilarlfreeh Mipphtr. NASSAU STEEET I He siIi.iinu.- J'r..li.- .Clllf' al" \e I profitfion |l..e ; their ,
_i S ,!l It. r's."nalI. in t!ieee motions, of etsIt.rv.' and i k.5 nil It- eucharranrein 'e-: '-w- Sti-rl: tin Fall will C HUJ'are f.1vuraLIJ! with I\t.f( pluiiUtions.R.quires t I
NEW YORK. but one Stock r any kind of a Blade,
'. l Vth 1 1"5S- 14. '.' will n.iiimf..v-i'.iir .1 IVtita M.iter.alt : any house in the State. (
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S ) : haul the clJ "f 11 tinM ten of which wa be and :
'n at si inMLII I .. put (r. ft.t..n' eifr.
-- I Noil I "II.Ilouu! of -------- fh'n
f > I. sells
will l lie riciited ai jilyove. fur 'iA us < pat up ULL. i corr.i-r of Clinton au-l JI"iii"e sIre t*, nI..rt' in one minute.Is .
R. H. BERRY 'r. i teeth. in any of I)., p .j-uUr n .'i.i., at frcu fiff't to DRY GOODS. j
: aid (mplrte "t'ick t f j ure I adapted to !sod ubsnil. I.ihleiiesndgeneral! cultittioti .
; J..1Iclr..I.I.lI:1.r" Icas luau i. tisualIf t1Lr.ed I for
34j1 ole vi.. l1t'dirucs lltd Chf'mir.ar- ; Ge.'rd LIL.l'r'lI riaii.s. Krntrcly Srnr and may b turned into double ;plow il C
and the in the SoUth .,' heat he 'itII.1I l lguaianti.s I
Auctioneer ( \
i Kline ( m ; desired' /Is
\Vashi..gtnn bIk.:"iu d U. S. Natty Dl.inkflssi.1 and so.fllr.teJ that a seed J .
j1 LAN-GE : I them t. l lie as IM it .iT.r. EFHTUVL Vi.SKtevioEARu DvC'XluJT*, Pain, Oils; Spirt;.? TurT' : I the .eitl pante_may...i
1'.1ER C H A N T. : fboldl Jltt.Vh.ed to Citft sir vliu-K .- .
j : all e.n I" pat ij> S..n"U\!. -"" T'.._.Aea. tfiulhn. ('eat i r. Ie5ttriaih5.iu1.a: .; -n, it
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'Ii', ,' ,i.rr, FU. Srpt.29. IMS. T.9III.II fl.ie&it.. need of his seriiec. can, by tlrojj-iitr a hcne Hurniny Fluid \\,iiuloicGltt'i ( A S. C. Kenty. |O"naburs/_a variety Every part is detachable and adjustable to itself. .IJ
j LIERI I note to bun at either iihiitc: (n. .>r MA,!II/U. Ha. j> mJI.nl l Ker,e s, (wool.) ,Br'WII-5hirtiu'.JSbedi: l The stock, which may be made of common pine I

A. ( OIlLiV: I luthe \\xik d ne, and time to tint it i lfnr navinp 1'ittly, tr.., fa T\\.rile t C I5ImC'F'O and m"cL..d tl. .10 1 1Jccrt I plank.! I so simply eutrtteJ and there bin:u. .

Jeweler, for it. together with a fille ajscitmcnt of Sitiuehi': anti Citlnnades. Flaiinel. al! Ci.1.>M and ,'t in the iron |Jan whole plow may L '

Attorney at Law I JTfE.I.>, FI.., tJ" 111. best rt-f'renc. ieu i if t1tiireJ. FAKCV AKTMJLCS: Nep-o Blankets; large rs qualities.: I rentli'y: put up by the coii.monest Smith after on .1
Uecember 25 18i8. TOILETD :Sooti-h Plaid, Ac., Ac. ( a pattern. The (opinion of all who
TU.I.\II.\"II: :, FL.\. rMTtfiiIU. inf..itn llf citizens( MiJ 6! Bortment. Ltlinill\ Irr"c
I ___ CONSISTING OF -- and tried it i is that it will the
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ast Flotilla that lie deficits i inakm; 11."e
.J "ISI)' v;. 1::7. :-Iy I .' tlnH m-cti.ms of country for WILLIAM P. SLUSSER Superior Ifuir Too//,.1.YIll.; (ml other liruslirs LADIES DRESS GOODS. ONLY PLOW USED I

V\t'' HI <: .*" : I niiy oik in tl.c aboic lino, I ; I/, rn, lif>ryanI.lill H..I,.. Steel! Spring Hoop Suirti". a I' soon as its merits are generally Lnonn, an. that.
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I. ; u.too h:1 I i i. rare. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ing and Fine Cojit; Fancy / M,,:. DeLain Robes, I do rlo Expansion do taking several years t.tCtlter. it will be & a small

I' -A.UW- Baek! Cloth Talmas, I part of present plow espouses, bemjj not only the .
PAPY & ARCHER .M J.\ ACTVUKU OK C.)ITKKTl: AM)SIt RET: Soaps ; Pomatums; Choice Merino do '

LZT .' '!. which I .itl: (ell at lie! low- IHOX \r.unrJlOJ.l:..ALE ANt HKTAILWAKE. I'trfumiry, 4"f'., 4'r., <%r.All Cat-timer, do do i'Fancy do Caetiuierc do Clohks.doGiiichitil niott Farmers cilivenhtiit.may fit but their cheapest present plow supply w'iiicli can of l uS.. ":;
II2cyt I
Attc? DX'L1u: 1o..I'L.US FANCY AND J"'AsstD will ell at .niblc Tvt i Shovels mel fur this steel. and
: ;niifff jh CM if rtlj'irr..LI of wli'n-li they! rea" pties. FreiK-h Cahft do j Black Cloth do I Sweeps ten JD\e1
S \J.LII.n: :, ".' ''III' \. i ; )S-ly! "rpii2 ti-taiitly l'upplie.I"ith! ) all article ii their p.'m..ljI.ll\t.- style,beau L'"il.ir'III\IJ ilii-e Hoop the, wings c.1 their wrought Turning Plow fx S
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.1 ls.\\' ). I-'.'.'. 2SHenry I Stove llrncl-Qnirlrr& lin*. lint blnct attention, l 10 hisitiO'S, the'\ will rndiavor I tiful!!> trimmed. i\ Skirts f..r I

i & MEL to'nu'rit the 'jutn-ua Iierct,*T bcsU'Wfdcpwn I I Silk Kiiri;tfl A trimn.ing ':lathes and Misses HofCHiijjui th.is.PEwJiiR's

L. Rutgers \ SPLENDID a'vrtmer-t ffC'if.kiiir. Parlor tI.eir prodiTe'for.PhjMcians. I I i ;s buJ Inserliiigs iI j ]
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I MERCHANTS :* ansi V.ird I.trrnllwII; wit). ceatiu J-. -

COMMISSION s?..i uurcl ilit\', nt r.ucctl: l prices. Js5il ricscriptsons. I I CLOTHING ? I'
I'ojilrn* Slroct. ritiou1ir attention paid to l'rr cr4ktij rare-- AND GENTS DRESS GOOD iI1MJllE JjISrfIllJjtTrJ1OR,5
<> Dour Woe k.
T\U.\Il.\oEE:, n.I ..\. : O EA.t+Te. fuliyeompoun..led fmm Pure ilrtJiciw. at all hours- PXk Cloth Coats i SII ck*.'r.TCl"lh: DoeSkin jaita| I'

.. I Ii IiI R<.iSit,.Oi-nan.otit.il Fn-tr Head.Gutterlnj,( "J1'. day and i.iht.kovm.U'rS.. I I' Tweed d-'J do I'wtedd .\ Cil'inure do Patetted June 185? '
REfr'ER: TO |>er an-I Tin C.j-ii'.i' tit.;; PJ-; *. "h. (-t v.I.| SL. -' 18::. 45 C.simere do do iSiik i; UiMterehiits, 21t. .
.. DA PTEI the !
1:1;;;: \. lIh'III'I".Ie.nll.r..H.': or I /:'. Ic.h 1 PiH; *. 1':1"' 1,1 r:-i. in '."|'.. SUijmcrt.cry 5' to sowing tli"triblllilg.r any_
..ii-":11",1 I to hi* fri ikl in New V.:.. T. rl.inI Co, TaValuv! TI.,:... 1 ,.'.-. variety .i!> :i( fit flc-il I n.'tiee.City 1 3lTii: : Cream Tartar. Sup. CarU.SoJi. Saiar. tiI. -'. !I Beaver do do (.Mri'm do Iracvcrs.sik .It I .k_ koch .'f manure 3\0 f.'rtiliz. *'htl.!'r fine orojiise.
J : A C... Q"ii---. Mart-li, -'al S nla, Imlil111'.r... Alum lIt I Cassimrre ftt", ( .-ithfr in l.ruldtl@.t..r in cart or :.J I
-i U't ( III.' l.;" 'N :nw1: 1m. I.IILI : I I'alni.-r. )...'...!'., 1, rut ,;iaJiy iJI r -!iarisAr iihur, C.'l'p 4ra8, .1(., at tl" C.'n"'r Drwr Sloro. I I : .t Satin do i Faiicy |>h.in Silk! Cravat \r.i?. n on a pl.intatioa: may b rtl.I drl.IJ, li.! l for thi* 1

",..",(. to .it ,"ur(1.UOe.L IViihvn St. Mark*. I: iM.WU. in- '(tt'l! toj i1";! I."c c.ill! d'e; piir J. IL GUDiUUY A CO.N Lin'n B"sx'ni*A M.irseilics.: nnd St..eks, Silk .t 1.- C pirsn(at a trifling COI.n.r planter ffivinjf it A :I

v !1':I '. n I .'r. KVv W t. I ''J&Iin ...I.e'\\I.... ,. 12, lhS3. 46 I I bLiris: J Slut JIo..08. |I HaiHlkruliifs. Ac, Ac. fair trial ami J CadirK! ? the ubue to le .,:true win t
N. C. AI! article-,,':(,1;;. ,} frma the ,
--- < >niK r !I. Ati!&.la. Oeo. I : r very hnve his money returneil.
d Co, Tt..tu\<,'iI1..o. I L* t matc'rial aitd .wlAJ'rltllt 2 durable.! 2o ttLertutlewill C1LOV1:.. Sutnl". 'jnn" n"n1''pief'. 11MCf'.1 I BOOTS & SHOES. One of the greatest 1.lllOr saving Jnventi"ui-tIl"
J. If I. CALLAWAY Ii T.";, ) f.- (Oay tine ami Black) Slustard 1 ,
:;.; -: v I fftre.l .II c.Vt I 1I.1r8e\\.1 IJ.n4s "La.hes \Valking! Shoes and Very thing f.in.ors have so holtg> \",'.. S
I < ,.v'r 2 fI. 1 I.'.:.. 42State Bottle 1..tar.1.! J.ini.-.ii-a Gii>!f.-r, !Kaoe Gin."r in I I Cents I o
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CKOIKRIn( :[ \ rOJDIISSIOX -- ---- -- -_ wnJ Groun.l. Olive Oil, CeUtino. lInkers I do lo Pegjjnd d'. !i Bootees,
Lumps
yETN A : iMi: ChiMreu! nnj Boys ; lIaise .i-llillg to pnrrhnre Stale' or County Ri !its
S S.sia aol Sifcllitz Pow.krs! do Everit Bootees, < es, .
,. IVious AIEOTR AMIR & Livrtr.M : Bank of Florida C.(' Yeast I'owdera, i Co'r either of the above Invention, or wihinjli. to. J
Shoes
S :lterii Aperi. rit. also C'trate of } .. '!i.l. fit the do Scotch Ba'm./at! #, | ,
LY band athl un-tiung f'i CONPAIJY -\T- Gaiters I-i'Ii'-e! come o vnts for the sale of rights now Lave all opportunity .
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/ T! \ IIn Coiner Driur tl rc. J. I K. GUIIGOUY i A CO. tU Conines JA lirg- rttp;' }
I i' S .,f |ltt.\i.i..II', and Family r.ciri.1': .. -' ). T ALLAH 1.r.SE/ Nov. I:. 1WJ. 46 .1 lo Ruliber Ov",,. Rub>>.r h"is and for great grain.AJdnsa I
Rev. JAMES!
PEELER.Tallahassee. .
t. fill "rdcrt S.ush.ls.!
H.-lt-ctiiij pu.nl -- -- -- L. Sewed
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I'.::1 u and aHlw !I..Yo' tin IIk..t iie.s. C -..- I JO..ln: : ix niTcr.Ks' JWILvL.I.Cs Congress Water Rr.iurt. I l'tg.I'(11 iiusstt I.tritgsnc.GROCERIES. ; Florida. -

..J'I.; and aU ull'r) p-nl* ooiMpueJ to m : il1l 1XD.) -I'lurlcr rrri dIlI. My sort, A. J. PEELER will act as my a-nt at .

i 5' IIi r..<-< :j\<- |..*.|>t at.iiti.m.. Tile ( KIIT F.xcIJXE"EW YORK ANDNEW \ FlirSlI SU1TLY, at the COIt.NKU: DUUO2V this place and is authorized to sill Individual, County

S '.l-..,. :11,1| VK-IMU an- r.H-tfully Ft.tieit i, iT: ORLEANS M'O..if: J. lt_ GUKCOUY(; CO. I : or State Right, or employ asronts for the s..l: of ] S

'. ?t. ati.l if'teeiay y..* Lefore IIW't'h \ P1I't L-iS i.000,000. WM. KAILET, Frwilent.W. i (.\'. rtl..T_ 1-?. IS".'*. _._ 40 ____ pill, and J C.1Tee. tMIItSsCC. ""i'_ Chiersi'. the "lIm JAMES l'EEUn.Jnnt' :
S .\ I" Kery article"arrautcJ to te as P. rETTES. C* hier --- -- --- -- Crush.eii, (li-1iuuIatcd. a1J1' Rice i Flour, Hu. k.h.t.h'ttee SO. 1859. 81WHOLESALE U' .

t' ','. l too tl < IUl1LO&T. *T I.O : AI>AITVI: )Tii Tin: II.\.\: ', Stiles! Sls.u'.ars.&aihi.! ,\PI'Inwri" lR & LIVELY
.i !If;. 'MI. IG :-I..TJ.ST WITIJ TIltL.\\: riEST .,o/:i', .If 'tilt f>/:\'LJ: via STOKC. r..a J ,
cu l'LS'IUJ". SEEDS.3.S3O. C. HaJ\9 & ilis \.rk.\\ nt.d 1ngiiie Url.h'. (im, ,
A. J. PEELER'S J. R. GREGORY & CO. Goehen: Uultcr.: I Itlm, Wiue. J.c..Lc. V'D IIETA1LDILEIS
II. C. I.r.XVIS. Affa', Grov1h of -- ;
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I Xov. 12. 1869. 46 1 1I
I : INTALLAHA$3E-
LAW & COLLECTION Tor Tul'ali.t-i'e and ricin.tj.: lar"v and well! cI'I..J -
\ I 7- E are now rrt-'iMiij.; a S U.V1) R is.S.vJlery .
-. S3 I \ \ .\o"II..tll of S.esL.e, eonijri.ing I Delicate Food f rtheSick. .
l' I.L.\IIA-H: n.mw.1. -- --- -- --- Hardware Cutlery. PotwareISa I -
Cnnkcry. -.f
Cltciisneanet\ uf th* bit and nn. t rc'.ib'e; I S
the Circuit Courts of : L, \'I'H I0 ;. !):.'IU. BARLEY SagTapi.Ti.. Faiina, CornJ Ac. C
1 11.1.1 3 I'iflriice ill A infj Rope F.iney (Joinl", Ac. AlI
J.-f1..nuu and I )tatli",n. t Vcsct'bleIlJ Agricultural SooJa Sl.: 1 1. "'. \\ukulla. ol the fUb&ci UTs are now ofTunnj;
'Ut'1 -
IS .1 |'n<.iii|'tl\' to UK- colloctiou of ,itea ,. . .J. S. BOND. In the teleetnui ot t our so..k. the jrreatt care 1'asIHTII Corner Dru) "?M'.r(. J. It. GUIIGOUY A CO. t.r sale and I txvharj- for all ci.untry '

e 'II"!I"<- I in ;.in\' .I< said 4'otinties. olrMid ; nnd a. a farther! pt.e,.utii. th- Mtality Xo'. 12. l9. 4(5( I |*..luee. Returning our t!.nnkto.>urfriciHUfi '

:71111,7..| ;' .. ill UK' C"pil..1. opposite (lie door & Bond, of the S-ee.l is generally tethd before I'n.. : Aromatic Tonic Bitters. .their palr"la"J.crct..l.rt.xtt-n.leil to ns and.1II S ;,

) in. \ tJeti.ral .office iu the practice .T )1, Jidne. Of- olR're.1 for "III! -. co that |'mrtl.av may J'-loClI,1| l 'n II f"itil' their farther .rd-r-. ti.-r.iram v.-r\ truly, ; d S

1 I I.. ::i. 1->08. 9-lf nl.I' "H>II of pTaI..r.. I petting those that are fnh ail, of tinIIKH! nlui'ileiharacter. r plIE' n D 'Ltlul niul Imigurating UITTEKS M.NAi[ (.IIT A OIIMONI: ). I

-- -- -. I. MI. 6 AMLS: i LIVELYNOT. I 1_ are invaluable i article fur tl,,Fe afllittejUy with ,:)1 i.Ihi.t'i Mess'ittr t.'". MED\C\

FIRE INSURANCE _.y- -- -. .- 20. IS,'.?. 47 pcp'' a. In.'igiHtion. or I HS of Apt; | tit .,and tlll.3t Oc..ls.-:. '. 41
L LAXI A S SEE -- -- SMiTHINGfrplli -- who are puifriin! ;: fr"i. Debility iucKleiit t<> r<">ovcry -- .-. -- I : : LAit 1
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ST\TE\ rllH A\D SlKnE INStKAME BLACI I {tutu onVi.tf ".r lassitude attend.iijt in Warm Ci,. 1'.iLl. &. MIMtR GOODSPBATOKIUS HE now receiving a lane and fresh supply t f t :
SADDLERY : PUItoCRIBER ; mates, will find Iii thC Atoiuatic Totii Bitters a val .1.1.
IMNSLVANIA.N. variety articles kept by Drugilllf.
-- 0--- every
j .. _1. tiee that he has (' giVeSno-c! u.ible remedy, bracing anil rt'uot atity tLu 6J >1 RE: ajraiust loss by Fate on the u ual AND l'L.L\TEF.S. PlIrS/f'uxs.
I ___-___:.BLACKSMITH SHOP when pro"lral..d. & CLARK
F. II. FLAGO. l.e WII tLe Buttle.1'rcpaicd and others, will always find at this establishment a
K S S connection with! his Livrt\ STPLKtihcrc : Directions fur use accompany
T.fla1'cc. Drccmlier 18, 18:&. 51 51'A. KN have done all kinds of Plantation aud Carriage work I and soil by ARE r.ow lcc 'iu. full supply{ of every thing needed our line and on
---- -- J. R. JilEGORY & CO. as I liberal terms as they can be had in any Southern'
& Co. ABUSHMENT.Q -\1.50- Market. Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly attended .
Ellis Orlopp I SllCCCtSOIS to E0WAUD .\n Aap. }"l aitj W'inUrof SI..k ) S
UOR"E SHOEING in the very best manner; November' 12, 1859. 46 r/-xit/-//!'* i to and filled with the same CvrrectneM as if t
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DEALLKS IN I.a"ork ------- personally purchased by Customers. To Cash cud
WHOLESALE O and will use every endeavor to }\\tr. l, J

1l.\1UJ1"tllR. FINE /.. ': )-. done with diputch i and P.to U.suit mmKA'u..tomue.W. 1 Superior Burning Fluid, nothing Department: tie can prompt give time them buyers entire satisfaction.we feel confident Our STOCK in saying com n.e
late -
the ( .
(;'\. vix'roui, "t"'r., .. i in .J/ \ I- r P January 1. 1859. 1 CAMPHENE LARD & NEATS FOOT OIL, we have the Ill.tn.1 l prises.

YoiVRdliERT ,' IJcst Assortment ever 1 ac Drugs, Dye Stuffs.Medicines .
New -
No. 517 Pearl Strei-t. .t" -- ; \VARRAXTED FRESh-at the comer Drug .
ELMS. "",", -' 6. Groceries \ \ Store. J. R. GREGORY A CO. f.r.1 in the Citv. consiting e.- -- Varnishes,
MAX A. OK1.0PP. him -, : Cheap Dee.a.189. 48 in part of hlatk .and Colored Cloth Frock ant Chemicals Putty,

THOMAS r. ELLIS. iu .-- .- _- /CONSTANTLY on band and for hale by thesulJ >-" Sack Coats, Fancy C.'.'!imere S Suits Black and Fancy I Perfumery Burning Fluid S

January !2. 1 S9- 4 .of > -i \ scriber, between the Tallahassee R. It. Depot i. C0.11K AT LAST Ca"il"re a".1 l Tweed 1ltS. black and fancy Silk, Paiuts, Carnphine,
--- -- and Cardy's Foundry and ciirevtly cpp bite l.aLfiiliante Velvtt and Cloth, Vest*. Back nol l Blue n..lu. Pilot Oils, Glass \flr ;
.
& McClellan will continue the business in all its ; cousjiating of GARDEN SEEDS. I Cloth, Fancy CUM_, It.utdJlo' and 'ilorphj* Fine Soaps, Window (Glass \

Yonge Old Stand, where may be found at BACOX )lRi. FLora of all 1 qai'itieaWHISKEY (ilumTH OF 1850TIIICJI. Over Coats. A full $. Fine Tooth end Hair Manafaeture-1 Tolauw.Biu .

.ttomoys t\-t La : Si OAR, Srat'r. \" a' to quality cannot he 'urp\*t.,1. A BOYS AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING, Paini Brushes I he Fine Potent Ilajran.i McilieineK, .f.

r." IU >_ IN Alt. TilE tiH'UTS Or WFJT :! .", Road Wagons, Saddles liens WRITE low osv at TIB.MIBEITH.other Railroad. TATERS. .Station, Ao.Tertn \ V variety every kind to bo Kind at the corncr CIiildrcn Suits, Round Jackets, IHack. Brown and Surgical Int f'gar..7 .
as as any J St.-rt J. 1'. GREGORY .- CO.
ri: C.Vuimere Sack and Trick Coat. Pants
0" I. I; AT l'ikuoiA A>D :." llruUet, \Vhips, Trunks and for Cash only. THOS. U.\HX.AK1) D.C. 24. \.10 J. 52IETEI Fancy Miitett to Plantation and Family use, i
and VesU, Silk and Velvet Vest. Cloth, PUREVXNES 4k BIL\M>lF>-ror .ti.i. ISAL t'i.c.ALSO .
I \"lI.. I..II..J. F. McCLELLAN M ( .larMnell'lting Nov. 26 I85i 47 -- Beaver and taluet OvcrCoa's.FURNISHING f
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Jn.iaty ". l\10.f.'.'. 2 And in fact every article unally -- L'SWO.RSTED ,
S --- establishment ; and he hopes by at GRAND'OPENIHGOF GOODS 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE.

of his customers, to merit a STORE D. II. AME. LIVELY.
HOGUE & AMAKER so liberally bestowed TilE White and Fancy }[arieic and Linen IhMotii Lirt Mii713,1859. 20 .j
patronage ami I
mid Carrot Silk.
Collar Mccil" 11' -- ------ ---- ---- -
ATTOUNEYS & '' J. E. I'URDY. NEW/ STORE, MONROE STREET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Inor.kr Manuel Undershirts and Drawers, Merino [ SUPERIOR BURNING FLUIDr I

would also inform Lie friend and Canal Street near Dauphine, Brown a-id White Cotton Half

LA."VV' be still continues the Agency of the LAWRENCE OI1UI.l'corr.IL'Tua. NEW ORLEANS. hose White and Colored Cambricnud CA\I.rPHENE: ,
A.T
justly celebrated -0- Silk Handkerchiefs KuspcnJeis -
- ---- KEItOSEiXK A LARD OJL. Ii
E formed a copartnership in the /CITIZENS of Tallahassee and vicinity anti strangers and ShoulderBraces.
Machines.
Wilson's Sewing DIRECT IMPORTATION OF ,
UAA For sale by AMES Jt LIVELY
a.. and ,.m Attend to any professional Vy sojourning therein, are rc ]ic.-tfully: in\ite-l 1 Buck. Calf .
..*' etitmt. to thtir (lrf'. ept. 24. 1S59. 39 to call and examine for Ihcuasehes my :\\ nnd ue- Berlin Zephyr and Splitorsted. Shetland Wool. Thread Silk, -May._14.-1859.-- --20 -- --
-- and French
Floss and Purse Silk Knitting
English
I). 1..1l0UlE..a.. PERRY AYAK gaut Stock of) Embroidery: Cotton Canvas, Patterns etc., etc. White Colored and Black Kid Glovs. Fancy and The Original Extract Quality .

hay I. 1858. 18Nathaniel HOTEL, DRY GOODS CLOTHING, AII oeihrs promptly allciiJcd to. Black Silk Ties. Stocks, Ac. All'1 / Corn Starch

---- -- FANCY GOODS HATS A CAPS D.C 10, 1S : f :: SSEE LJRJ.\} : TDKEPARED expressly for Pud-iinj-c, Ice Oi mJL 4
Hamlen SHOES i BOOTS EMBROIDERIES, &c. Cloths,Ca'siraere and Vnilinf, Fancy Coatings.
Tobacco. vhicli they are prepared to Manufacture to Order at Cake.Dance Man ge.Custard?, Pie; *. Ponijje.da
Establishment fates and a gr at many other articles too numerous to men Received fresh AMES & LIVELY.MHT8U18S9. .
COMMISSION of the above by
the
and in
] of returning his thauks to the public tion, adapted for the City and Country trade. now COME QUICK, BEFORE ITS GOXE. the shortest T.ti'e Rearanible. AH m..t }"b1uflhf', man 21
Terms in <
No. 3S Pnydras St, New Orleans. for inspection. Purchasers will find at this Establishment n.r. GOD
ir patronage durinjr :the past year. open the Late t Style of the season.A .- Now receiving a large lot of MULLIN'S CEL- CLOTHING would do well to give U a ca.L ConlTess-Water.
0nEFF.R very
solicit a continuance of the 1 TOBACCO. in boxes, half boxes October 1859. 42
this business and first rate
1'0- made long experience in : to with connections the, and quarter boxes, which will be sold at wholesale --- 1. AFRESH SUPPLY, just received an.} for uTe
enable the
t E. Broome. ) : proprietor progress R. A. SHINE JR., AMES LIVELY..
FxJOJu } ., IMPROVEMENTS and produce uew aud f.15hion"blegooJs at the loud retaiL Agent.Nov. a69. :N-w 10OO.
(Jen. R A. Shine J age 5. 1859. 453mMaster's _May14_ 1859. __ 20White _
A. 1' Noyes, .;q. l last Fall, and is uow prepared to opeuiut; of the seasons and thereby keep UM mot FALL & STOCK.
l\'ewllOrt. p. in the
attractive Stock city.
: : WIliER Lead.
Sale
H.! M. I"n"t'r. Ksq, \ <>n
the motto
long standing I
Having adopted
John J. Suellinff. Ouincy. Fla. %\nLE TERMS. OF REAL 8T.ATE.I TJURE EXTRA and :o. I-Ground in pare LisJ -

(!en Win. Kailey, Jefferson county, Fla.J for want of good Rooms nud gx>d QUICK SALES AND SMALL IEOFITS," N pursuance of a decree of the lIon. J. W a tt. Joseph Weber, teed Oil just received and for sale bvAME3

0 Putnam. Fin., Madison 1'la \\t-nture to astonish rurt'balt'rs"iti our low pri. Baker Judge of the Middle: Circuit of Florida "-: & LIVELY.
Ausustus Steele. F q.. Cedar Keys. Fla. an and strict! attention to tie busiues to MERCHANT TAILOR
t'lf. hope by sitting in Chancery, made at Chamber on the 2'Jth) May_21,1 R59._21_
aim-l Hrll. F''J.. Haniilt county, 'Ia. SALOON AND BAR receive liberal hare of public patronage. day .,November, A. no. 1859, In a certain cause AM I'tALrR IN : cIL4i t
d EMONS, Guava and Cnrrent JelhVs.! PruiM.
K.I Esq. l L. OIILMAN.Ootolxr .
Remington. Tbomalville. 0 D. Tumor is complainant.and Thomas I I
the Hotel.C. wherein Joseph Rr3tJf.
l J Pear, Sardines,I'kkled Oysters.Brandy PeacVff.
E r
K.I.Seixu. \ 40
q 1. 1M
Executor of the last Will and Testament -
K. Leonard :
II. FISHF.R, Proprietor.
Jack J. Marsh fcsq, Dune nvill Ceo. Turner deeease.I.8I1d! James Cabtll AND !: Preserved Lemons, Oranges, Pine Apples sndGinger
Jonas
of
1S59. 46 Notice.r
Green Mannalade Lemon
.
}"1'. :W. 1853. 47 Special defendant the underfilled named andappointed Gage Syrup. Raspberry
----- Turner
-- ---- -- are do,Strawberry d). Rue Apple d anabo close the afl.irs of Masher in said decree "i.!: on -
AM to IloJgl .
D.1tOKA\V'S. very us up ns Special Tallahassee, -
I Fa. do h Rtspberry Vinegar Fresh Salmon. I>ibter.Haddock. .
I .1 Poole. Ptison indelted to them I in Jtinnarv A. D.. 1SBO, sell! at per
G. C.Justice TOWNSEND l.i.tt ; the sccoiid Monday no-jr. receirmg at the old stand of .IWLei & lialhbot nod SLat.! Asoortcd Pickles.!
AND SALE STABILES ts dl |Jea-f call on me at an earlj day an.1 make !! rublic outcry to the highest biildrr. It: fore the Courthouse TS '' next chair to R. II. Berry's tine I Scotch Ale and Porter.
of the ? (UMiwut. t r I ".111. C'.n1IoCU. to fUt. Jit <>gi>t door u TallaLa") .-.. the follow inij lauds set juIloimCr. and
: FLORIDA. ,* ',?,,- tit *V..ft f<.,./,.r/y.
TALL.\t1.\F; FLORIOA. 'roprittor'\\"ouIJ Inform .,,rf.. J. L\ l'claJ 1: D. U. POOLE. to complainant': bill; of compU-nt as'the Ian Is ow.wdbr I. Fal nn 1 Winter Goods May !1. 189.1 AMES A LIVELY._

--- l his friends and the I tt0t.q. 1-5.9._____41tfMEDfC.tI.. ___ the e.-tate of eaid Jonas Tumor decea cd I. to-wit : CONSCTINC IX Fart OF S

i > F.;ri.\R COI-RT: DAYS, SECOND that he has rebuilt his._ _ l\O'J'ICI. The N C J of the N C J of Suction 13, TOYoII:'iip 2, C .tbs. Cassi meres., Vesting Fancy Coatings, Cod Liver Oil. .

1 V d;\' III e\ery month. *, at the old stan I. and is 'now I linage 2. North and East; the S W \ of the N E $ Ac, .I..!he is prtpnred to m.ke lip tt> : AND PUKE of the eeIbr trJM Drank* S
bishivnds cud customers T'nrni-1 2. Ran n 2. North and East : order 3T1RESJI .
Section IS.
\.vtqi.bt-r 5. Ib 9. 45m ip ; ; a W'.I kmcJ lilemallfr.alld Clark A Co. d Rn htoo".. '" .
---- attached to bis Sublet good )la 1. I Dr. Stuart White the W \ .-f the S W J. the S F. \ of the S W J. the ; on the most rtaO1"Ie For sale AMES LIVELY..
he will have have done all LitxWI W i uftI.cS E1andthc 1of: the SEt of Section by
W. : CLOTHING
caUIlt.\l1'U..T. READY.MADE ,
J
UlN H. I May 21, 1I 9. 21
Horse shoeing,aud Carriage work in : T.S located near Station 1, on the IVn. .t Oeo.J 12. Township 2. Ran;u 2. North and East; also

Galbraith & Brevard aud with promptness and.Ii,. 1 1 K.iili.Uil. slot nier' Lu' pr..ft.&$u>iial Silt iccs the U i of the SV J of Section 7. Township 2. I Black and Cc.i'n..rrnits.i Colored Cloth. Black Frock and find 811 C.Ata RECElYED-supptvofMrs.ALLEN'S ,
it.) the citizens of the surrounding country. 11 C ill i Range D, North and East; al 1i's the S W J of the N Fancy Fancy :! JeST and Zilo'balsamTun-
Velvet and Restorer /
Black! arnl Sdk.
ATTORNEYS .&TT.LLAII.SSEE 185S. *4 b found at the neidruce of}1r. J. J. Cltaiies. bout E }. IIIlJ the NV i of the S E \. of Section 13, tutu Cloth T\tei V'its J".t* and Fancy Beaver OierCo, For tale by AMES & LIVELY.Mar1.1830. .

KLOBIDA. one mile! from the Station. Township C, Range 2, North aud East ; eontaiuii.g.accordii.R ; 111"CI"lh /
I I ---- -- --- -'-- Nov. 26. 1:59. 47 to the call of the p.it<'utCve hundred and together with f full al'.r1met of 21____ ___ _. .
SOM.pT
.I 1 K
2" 155i
: and Harness
Buggies, sixteen 61 100 icrea.TERMS Hoys mud Youtl's Clotliiiisr. Linseed Oil
S - -- by I'. B. Brokaw. I ?I licil :ollero I ot SALt: One third cash and the balance made tip ii the most approved style ot fashion. aDd English ,

ELLIS; I, IE Sulxcriberhas just received in equal ta'.mcuU: payable in one and two 3 ears of the \1' bt materials.FUfiNISHIXG. I A PURE ARTICLE boiled aaj .w. For as!.
DR. RIDLEY I after date (if isle, with'eigbt per cent interest( from bytheCaidti.rgaloo.
COMMISSION IU. n f 11.\ 1 1I l large supply of Carriages< j GOODS, -
very which he oir.is determine l to locate iu New Port, date, with mortgage on the land sold for the securityof AMES 1 LIVELY
I
I I IlnHAL: advances made on Cotton I I, Mfffi' reaseuable'. and Harness terms. HAVING prcti.iily ofTt-r his services to tl* citi the deferred pavincuts.ROBERT II HILTON. Shirts White, Byron and and Fancy Carrot Marseilles Collar and, Silk Linen.Merino Room and M". !1.IR.,9. ____ _21_ .___ ,._ A

J to first daM houses in New York.ept 46 x"ns of the village and adjacent country. in all the I
1 I 1854. )1.&Stf'r.I Shaker Flannel UrxlershirU sad Drawer. } Gentian
; -'l. 1829. 6mUEdward _. branches tf tie medical picifescion : and hope that ; Special f.rio. Compound
an experience of fifteen years (together with a determination D.-comWr 1 _10.1859.i95w ___ Brown and White Cotton, half o.Whiten Colored ffjij S
Grist Mill. I Cambric cud Silk Udk'f, uk. 'aw'w": rr JOJJKrpUESE : e
his
M. West to discharge eveiy duty app.Ht.iiuincr to 81I'rnJr.
GRIST MILL lies been put up anti |'r..ft'foEIM.ill enable hint to Rite entire f-aU-1'.ic-I Salt and Potatoes. C..s.'imere. Thread,Is ilk. VLite. Black BITTERS are ao.faIibe remedy fur
Kid Gloves; Black Silk Twa. Stocks Ac.Cuiifi..let.t JL Billow and all disorders,nJ mg from !!"??'
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION near the TsiIeLssee Rail I then to these who nUlJ favor lIim 'nh their putrianige.N. I OCCCSACKS LIVERPOOL SALT W-0 Fan1an
operation, wishing their Corn ground can B. 81'\e.1 att.tion giv..u h. d..ic dil'tM. V.'vMSacks Tuik's Island 50 bbls Mercer I.. ability to give entire .Ii.f.m condition of the .i ;ettif. caT" Dr prp *. I, -

YALLAIIASSEE. FLA. .) lie will t. prepared for t-usmess t.v. tit fiM of : mid link Eye Iotatoc, just landing and for sale he respectfully s.jhicili! a call from tb in went of itt. IJrtr Cuwt.l.irti Lpw tMnUW!| .trf AMC-

I t ) t I'T attention eivcn te I' TnO BAKKAnD 4 CO. I Jar.usr" ntat.Decein b.* BEARD & DEXIUM..ne i. anything ."hw hue. JO }I'l ttOctcb t tiLe Ac For iaLrt,! AMES A Lit EL'\

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I Appointment Florida Conference.TallahifrKfe I i : t'. Itul. I payment in advance fur nil papers sent I ,? ,
Hon. E. C. C bcl|. State Convention. of the I! Hon. Isaac'C Blackford senior ja.lire of the respective tflel to sul.pseriters.itle ''
1rdbinn; & imrnal.TALLAHASSEE : Title 'ith"hi. accomplished lady and I I to this time, we have seen but little in the I -Tle 1llalll contracts
t gentleman, 1 hietriet.-J.F. RIcllrJ.on, P. E.. Court of Claims, died in Wa.Iinon.n the event shall not by action 1.r.r..r.nit .
of the State the of the afrt.1 "
Democratic
: I i iTUUD.Y will soon take his departure press on subject I b 1.1. Ui'
interesting
J-_ __ __ .,. from rR..iy. Louis where he conttm- I I beat manner of selecting delegates to the CharlestonPresitlential O Station-J. K. Glover.Quiney ing of the lIst ultimo, aged seventy-three y.'rIe 8,'A. Jol'J, ThaI all Job Work nuut I tj.. '.
our midst for St. j and for 110
O -J. P. Branch, J. Ainereon! was appointed to his honorable important upr.ii deliveryO.'A. .

: I plates residing! in :fiutue. A complimentary Bal ,; Convention. The usual course. lint tup'y.Binbri'ge. tr.istby Prebi.lect Pi.ree.in 1SS3; Ult was isdefct- HtMlred. 11.t all )'.110"and Pnl.Ii--! ,.
lath, I boen to appoint the delegate through the meJl1I I < thi! Slate who ar>! not present at I on\ .
--- was given to on Thursday evening hi laborious -lutiM. 1 Ie ti"
th(1 McK. Tydiny. i able in the dl..rgr; of *
O ;. a.d who and to t In
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in.
Airv 14 isco. The intended of State anti at the same Convention : approve agree lti.lt
JAM which was vtry largely atteiub-d. I 1 a t\nnDtion. Aptluchicol.i -J. R. Harwell)! j was a r..ldent of the sute of Iud!.." at the lime of I the Ir0I.r: I here are r-ijti. .i i
--= removal of this gentleman source of regret to ; to nominate .al.JiJatp for Go\.tfwr and Congress | held rank in the 1 legul >ubili! thes audio L
: ,h"P----; :: I Leon Circuit-R. Howreiu (( his appointment, I high | : rt.h.II'nl rp it.-x
1'l.irlda Koyal Arch ( all clause of our people. Mr. Cabell has for j jmany mind make up a ful! electoral ticket-thus holding, I. stiinJ and Price funding in tlitir en'hmmummiie. will I, iitI.e ,.- .
and inucU :
v nieetin of tlil 11 ill UVc : tbh e rtaC. Gate. profession was e a. a dti1..n
% tar CIi4er place
ir r | i ,
(1.iru"E aLt
in j but Convention. We : thought ti.or ers .Had.I. ,1.1 > tn t.r\ ,
l'n-l the aflen June*,-f eornj. nlon. U requcsUd.y I yenrs occupied I most prominent poiiUon jthU one 1ne !.reofr. WalullaW.. Car on.OvLlilone j (i-len'] This i U;the fecund judg of the Court of ton endorsement of tIme alin I". tly.- m .1' ..j

fl.4.I"uo the II. I'. 'NO. B. T.\\1.01. Stale and few Floridians indeed have obtained that it would be more. pi.'dvnt' nnd Dh iNl.1.to Mi I*. Evans. t Claims who has died since the e'establishment of that this Convention.

1 Jnqwy U,.1). Se r""ry. that hold upon the popular respect and confidence I defer tlnOIWhtl n of candidates for Governor Gad-den Circuit-C.. lu-R. Pratt.South tribunal, I few )'er ago. It h.-ivihg 1-een suggested that this: I'-nv. ,..

--. .....- which I.O tin. enjoycsl. He became ft candidate for and Congres?, and the selection of an Electoraltitlet take some action in reference to time pi.rdia* .-
: of
Death of lieu. Robert Uutlrr. : f the Nationalinventit'n Ga.kd--n Crtnit-\:BjrJ.lAKatur -The Hong Kong .rrer.r.I'nt t.e 1."ton I a..1 froin Sniih
Congress in 1845, nnd although at the 1rekuesleetiuii uutsl after the inciting pajH-r "I'rlllrintin:Ilnterin .,
t.n.. IloiiuuUrn: tn. uno cf Florida's oldest citi (' the Esriesattto be choenJ -W. lUvietr.lakeley Times n-ivs tlt reorganization cf tIe en t'1 hou" |, l luf.d.ri : Drt of 111.|. ,.
,
z.nli i i- no more He tliis rej-i.lcnce Lake I a democratic candidate had been elected leaving: Sterling Gardner. !i! at Canton under the..lircction of the foreign in. that the cost of" transportation of paper. i..p, ,4l,
.1e1 in
luld
Mr. C. beaten by either, by District l'l\ention. separately lec'l in the interior ot the State wouM .
byovcrii) majority, was only J -I'. Em and t points U ,
tl had created
Jjcksonon Thursday ni1 at alont 1 o'co'k.Gn.ll.it In 184C he was again cal.hJate. ( the W,-t, Middle, last anti South .-r by :tnal..rlal Tribity I( tort, Illd. eX.t'mtht. 11" exp.n.i\4 iiulcvl, (iK-rliaps as iniu-h as tin- .> _
I f.me ': 'otC8 : G. W. for Female College Time American had refused ,
funcrllo.1Ibce yesterday at 3 o'eod., We proposed this plan because of I Fagg. Agent Baiubridge to effect tnido. \ consul c"st) We would, however, recommend ih. .
at his lot time to sj>eak of the I and ".A tlectcd by several I.untrc.l majority.He lun\l1t1uns Conventions anJ, nmu-tiiieroftme! Q. C. for. Bainbrfclge! SUt'n. j j ]his assent to the new system until he could wrnmu- I ton t'f tIlt following reflation to wit :
rehJence. I of two
He was ngain chosen in iSIS and in 1850, but was the difficulty getting logethcr ll.al if the Mil!
virtues and public cervices of this) distinguishsd Tlurnnil District-S. Woodubry, P. E I nkate with MinUlcr Ward, who "'4 shortly expected ( t' f.J. Bali Paper i.r :"
defeated in 1852 b Hon. A. II ) in in one year from the \lri.us Mi-lions of a Stite soeitnate'l : oilier Mill' ) *'. an .IL'- :
I la1\el. : Station-F. from :out'rl '
man, I.ut shall reserve that July a future occa.ri ) \Urli&. Jp.n.In
t close content, the majority against him being only a* OHM; with its want of rapid and cheap some iitvci ill.! [>oint within the.liinit- of .,"- ...

I n (;en Eutkr had been in ,infirm health for a 42 votes-a result owing in a great measure to the modes of travel We have been willir.sr how ever, Albany -1. P. SmitluNVwtm California Judge I Ilarvey.( of Cala\erR oun-1 wo ,1ii..14e I urrtl\rs to |lolrolzt said agci..v ,
I or but it was a few Circuit-E. F. Holmes.CaIlmen i has decided that the owner of piece of preference to aim other. '
for m'lre. wilyitl d.)1rt anomalous position of his party in Florida in that to full in 'ill any other plan that wih be considered !: ty, I t )
in of altackiof a m Irp* in -T. C. ColemriTv !; which he bus pci bet title! i is Ales the owner of
consequence with the more advisable. The Quiney JifpnUie. a : : I
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their candidate r"r
campaign SCALE OP l Hiri.STV
.Go\rnor. Baker Colored Mission-i. )l N. Luwe. I ICaUiUo
Berions apprehensions were felt that I! the mineral said land. He has accordingly decided
C.r3ctr. tl.a bulk of the party, supporting Gen. Scott for the will considered article, f.4or a Slate Convention, .-Jickson.Mwulvic I' on t* ct,1 ty tlie PM f ffcriJa fur ,,,11, .
*ils long life was n >ar itn Cireuit- in favi-rof vf the miners who
t c0. I and their candidate for Mr. to be held at Tallalm sec on the 9th of April I' viiMinjrxoiutt Inc j| rrijttiott of AJlrri.'Hf

( The Orftiid Isnlge of Florida of which the d c- J'rcsiJ.nc. to be him CDge6.had W its article, and add the hope that the Mition( W. Parktr.Groovmillc I been ti" .il.n the ground in question for gold.- | 1 (occupying; the felf Breri.rI

wnl was s Pan <;r*nd Master, although ito rcgu' C hiLt J. in urps, t the Democracy -. Democratic f publish respond at once. There i is Circuit-J. J. Gilc ; i The case will be appealed! lo the Biiprtme court j I 'IIr.., lc..) (lt insertion,. v. . || ,
by speeches forDI.he pr..s"i Quitium -I R. W. Flourovy.Grant1 I }' insertion. :. .. .
lar sos.sion laII..n closed) in Ample Foi m. was reconvened and and bring Uf..re the high--st Stale tribunal n question .r et cry subsequent '.
I with the arguments against his little time to 1.1. and the sooner a general . .. . S
I. ) a : of vast inij.H>rtance to the mining :
harmonious understanding it arrived at the L .
I election. t"r Col'd 1" 6 .. .. \ >
to "
inlelligcnee, cf Gen. Butler wa* : ,1 on yesterday \es b Cull for nia.It ?
r. ( Since hi* retirement from Mr. C. J.utl"'ot If a respectable Cn\nlol can be gotten tugethmr.we urli.lI.p.a I 1 lv-mar..i t 1-j MI,

;' morning. Its proceedings on the mournful I d of .Cnges. funheringFJh.r think for thC reasons given I, the RrpHlHt, .\ -.A. I* Wim.ll". i h feared that the lon. John )1 Liuidrum.ofLoukiana. 2" 1 .. ... ......_... :1 ,,"

iwcaMon will l>e published next week.J2f" 1 Inrge portion tme to ) Irwin' -It J. Johoton.Ovkiuilgrc who bcc froin.the Hou'cof 3" 1" ...... ... ... .. . I ,
our of internal improvements, into which that iniH-lr i is decidedly the best, II.J are therefore -F. W. W11"1.ll. !, hal ddaile,1 since the begiunilig 4". I. ... ... ..-...... :-to:!. !
1. 'I
I .I M the first President of the Pensacola and Georgia iu fa.tor of it.J"t. Lucky, Agtiit for Aurican BlUe Society PtI't.entath't1 )tickiiess ever td ctumn.l: .. ..... .. .. 4" 'C.
No elltlol of Speaker up to the Vth il"l Railroad Company aol afterward as a member of the Qui-ity Ii'i>.;lif. Jan. 7.A I of the Marion i cannot recover. In additionto i 1... .. .. .. .. b" ,

.) Three I ant! c were haJ on tll d.iy, the last of\hick Petard of he entered with zeal that ST ( :V >TI.>.-llurimr ibis year, limeS mid n riiilcr of the Q. C. of Thumast, ilk t.tion hu:physical ti.hrJer. he i is fcaid to be in great I I" .. .."- .. . .1\.11 ,
the
,
'S.1. -Ne. H.::-. t.i i n.i-hoice<.,.n 110.f r.." .. w.4 f .. ... Directory. 1 I hutorntic I'aly.f the Mate will bold' a (Vncnlivii Ma.liM>n li"lriet-D. L Keenedjr, P. E. and Ag't arUiction on account of the death of, lilt wife and :*tat" mini Ix-jjal. :.otict to jrharged th.-!
titQ ary 1 fertile oi <>uv< rn<>r nua .
.
,I Iltll"lnI1"1 t'i.grcas of' Mrulisou 1'emnle SvUiinarr.1titicello pam as trAn.AJ\dlill. ricei.tNotice
Ju rciiioiiiig from our he carries with him lour 1
-- Sh.t.
---- and utlur It will U- c.iIJrel.The
Ilal ffc.r* ,.fiismimieeiun i as Administrator! fur
: S t2T" HOD. Judge Ma-nof, .\W4. wl.t nihde Lintlfo the warm regaitliofimia fellow-citizensot all clasxs: ...1 tn thii.k of I : l,.f..ie tin mouth entirely JUle,to or > Slot'K'u-W. W. Griffin.ad'M.n receipts at the Baltimore: <1.tOI Loose in which the charge- hall lx ., . . In (i"

' I ** popular with the inventors cf the country)' and I.Jrti'F11 rt-j H.t him for lilt public sen iet.and Ml lca"t bef.ire. 2.i! t April( next, time time Set ) Circuit-J. J. JearJ! the past year were $1t7I1* 50; showing an increase A H'rti1'mtltt handed in for publication, .| HJ,.,

"Mlt L hell the office t'fCvInnabionvr of Ilt. adiuire him for the traits lf apart flit the holding the Charleston Coi>von Vm.mketmtaS.. .\)fe"k. of 103.5 'J4 over of 1853.In fyin- the number of i insertion*, to be ""ul.li-I.o|
\ 111.tla1e lion. the Mime time, it i is :: two
\ that the Aueill. CoFd )H G. ChilJtTaylor till forbid and charged in accordance
. : I
I ;. C,.. t the KfitHliff! A m r'f" (.tlef New York. all (lie relations. of life in which the Providence of at Clii rlt-etumi. The mannt-r then of seinlirg delegates ) aiic: lunJin houses were erected or enlarged in Washington city. Itespectfully submitted,
..
. God la pluc d him.Jlev. to the 1'rctidcntial Convention, will t'I I.rIJttto -AV. Robert The whole uumber of dwelling houses i is now cine F. F1LIIES. ""'
:
; Edlurl.1 ( nveulloii. have to be t-eltlet' one time, Ci'lunilus Circuit-G. Roy.tcr.lluiuillon I .
Wiremhispoecd
-- \ hundred and
thou"n.l' Hn The motion of Barrett it ,
.ixtline Upon Maj. was
This ascmbla the of which pop unanimouslyJifwlifd
: proceed appear J. K. Ulover. to think, that this could Ut uud Amos
5
; t.I.th'r ; '
in another ruluinn. was not *" largely atleiidJ gentleman, who has placed in charge s-mti-fa.tnriIv, t<, mull. I by primary i>ic.'huge, in m'rt time.Vmfftrrnt Ilafis ulatiou) of the city is supposed by good judges ti.be That l.f papers throughout the "i.i
T.is Blount' iiasio-P.! IL McCvolc.Suwannto .
Len Judicial Ferry hundred and 1 Ie the of thU
or S nlt"ri.1 !)!.Irid.. and tliu-t feisty-five th.usal.llile fifty five.- r'quelte t ru\l.b proceeding '
as we had hotcd] and de-ircd. NevctlhcleestW of the } t Church in Tallahassee fur the Circuit J. M. 'I.
ldIU.1 present
.li we do think. but th'rc are 1 few "oljertionito Hrie The of real and reonal is3t,1J2t& \enli.
j properly
/ .
were (1"1:1 of the fraternity present I" gif year hat been h5ila.ritig in JaeJwn\.ie fof the hiIii, a* it i. a question of urullUl.t.. I incline Clinch -Dan'l D. Ilti.ry. e"Ilt than Time meeting then Btljoiirneil fine die.
formerassesen.emmt.
: )>, *>' $ wore any
assurance tlJnt tl n.tttin.uM nut altogether) last II"lth" The liijiulllean of that place us to suirtreH the propriety of holding I Stale Convention St. J.II, Hitrict-T. W. Cooler, P. InI.\'t 1"l,8B C.

la rain. I the prrss throughout the State thallcejinrso thus refers to him : for the purpiww only of sending delegates florida J. N. BoW F DYKE lmiJtA
to time I'harU-fcton Convrotion. Beeiiu-. in East Seminary.Ijike -It i is slated that General now Governor X, Berrttary. I -
.
the! hud then "d H"ustn.
1..M.Jin great p UF.V. J. K. Ci.oren.-We to state the t.e :
:. regret 11'1 first place. it i inot done by lie whole State Ity Station-W. Turner. - w
Lava from the it frirltdsof tUU gentleman f Mi- thi K of Texas, was not a candidate for the United
.m rsuto gUu'riug tI-ge as 'li .lo\'e1 ll i is a matter ome doubt whether the Gitineaville Circuit-J. J. Sealey. [Fur the )*Floridian ]I
in their efforts delegates Senate the late fill the 'Jouna
canopy, f..i.o tl secure return to would be States at el..chl. (I term
U ":1 received or riot upon the floor of the The Death "Dow ."
__ thi* nlwt This announcement will Alachua Coi'd Minion to Le eiiji'lielNewnan | 01 :
.it. hlr year. Convention. Secondly, there would be such a which expires with tie present Congress, but will
llallooii Akceiikloii.Vi be r.'ch'e with many regrets by hi* numerous : ; vklic Circuit-TLo& A. Carrali.? Messrs. F.lol: These 'were writttn ,
great nutulx-r sent though time Convention ; be a candidate for United States Senator lo serve lnn np>aseing
>fe ur ilorut, of New 0.81IS. made a.Walloon great fri.nJ ability:among and nil chrufinu elates of people of in this this city.gentlemanwill The only rccogi.i/.c .< delegates would be the,'out Culuwbiik H -I>ivrid RoberU for six year frouuMareis4, ; SOW. the folluwing notice in the San Krur.cUio :

a<>cenMon from Court House Square in this city, on command the respect and graces eont J'nce.f all men perhaps of unnecessary eoi.fuMt.n. Tliirdlv. it is St. M irys River Mission to be FuplleJ lff"ld I you think them nut to poor a lr

Thurtday afternoon Iat.. Hie alloon wrut up wherever ho may a KcyivalUt. Mr. Glover but due to the National Convention that this re- Palulka -A. J.lwS'r. .\ulboiliou IMedcc. Lute to one who once occupied an envinMe "

.. Lut.*h.rt divtance, perhajie)aslfg mile or to, ndnnie bus no equal in }AAI. ., and his MijxTior will be an tpect should to be the II"Party. Fourthly preparatory, it would U> the) Con give i VuUuia i -R. W. Burgess. Many of the bifeiue men of Richmond, Va., have tation in the literary world you can puMUli r"It,
integrity
5* (- Jown safely "itl.il I few hundred yards of has hard been to rind located anywhere(Tallahassee in the United for :t81'1.. He ,"clIton. the nomination of Stile officers in Orange -R. A. Oirson.SL signed a [,ledge In which they propose, in their Rrspectfull/, W. P. W

the place of elarting.Another year. at present .. fifthly I it would lot be a great deal of .Aiigi -tino to be supplied. dealings with Northerners, to draw distinction It. No pen ran JCribf. no language IL.iimteiusity ..

aseeii.--iou will 1!) take place nt 2 o'vloek to- -4- trouble for the counties in the tlt., that may wish i Cedar Keys -W. William tweon Abolitionist ninth those who although oposed of filth, the squalidness of [ulrN. I ih,

; !lay, wl.tu. young lu.Iy-Mies Way-will Grand Lodge of Florida. a rCI'f"Itton, to send a delegate or delegates to Mills P. E. stud ]> to slavery make. no att'ck 1.1 offer any insults inelTable misery of the apartment| in wliieh Hm
go up Marys Agent
tllO Statt Cln\nton. Sixthly, tIll occasion is one 81 D tre- unattended, uneared ., had lot
-
Dan brealhtlll
This
has been in ecfsioii the
body to the South.
during main of the
acconi[>aiiied Ly tilhcr I'rof. Wilson! or Mr. fciLley. present (if the very grtatest importance, it may be the last for East Florida Seminary.St The points pledge mind resigned his soul to the We s > : vl
lr.to. |
:, - week with a representation from 34- SubordinateIxxlgw. National Convention to be held. It i is necessary Marys! Station J. P. Holme arc as follows : FI !iblge F. Paige. better his .,!

Sto'kboldCrN' 7Icetlii On Wednesday evening last an electionwas that the Stale should be represented al Charleston, Fernandina -J.-W. Timbcrlate. We, the undersigned cilizeni of Richmond, and jtlHtne of Dow, Jr.,"-ihe author of the finnouj't

.' An annual meeting of the Stoklol.kr of the held for Grand Officers fur the ensuing year in time pn>[>er manner, as a State, speaking as it others, resolve and agred one with another, underno "l.tent Sermon," ""hcl have made him k"wl

( ftD'cll! and lecrgin Kailroad Company convened with the following result : were with one voice. JacksonvilleW.. I Kennedy.Batilli circumstances and through no temptations of great portion of reading world wliosr l ngunge

; in t.il city Wednesday)' last I. and adjourned on We submit the argument soil propose that the. Col'd Mis.ion-T. l Barnclt profit,to Itl. buy from,deal 'ith, or employ,knowingly i is: English. oren years ago Mr. Pan wn,
Grand Master D. C.
Thursday afternoon. We liope to lay an abstract Dawkins Democratic party, in each and every county do Centrc\ilk Circuit-J. T. Stockton.Waresboro' flOll1 : time forward, any person known the editor and proprietor ,.f the New York ..ifrrrmmry
t I). Gr. Master-F. C. Barrett. send delegates lo a State Convention, to be held at or generally reputed to beU Abolitionist ; or knowingly a paper at that time remarkable its
ii't.e proceedings and of the rJrl of the I'reMJcnt Senior Gr. Warden-John I* McKinnon. Tllallst't for the purpose of sending delegates to Mirmsiun-W. H. Thomas. to buy from any person whatever goods! <>f wit, its proverbial good humor, r.r, time f.rae rugmnst "

And S-cretary before our next week- Junior "'arJen-Itev.pr. Branch. tlC Charltflon C.nnli.n. on Moxmf, THE STII li rce 3lisiin-Johmn Henderson.Hohuesville any kind kn"wl or believed to be manufactured. by tical: A well I views' it cxpre nl

) The old Board of Directors were re'c'lece for the or APKIL NEXT. What my our lemocratic Mission-C. P. Murdvck. purchased from or belonging to, wholly or in par.- len and thing The ]>atent8ermon< of hIss o

i current year with the \ception of E. C. Cabell, Grand*" 8ereur- 1 I). brethren of the Press? Hrulwic1 Circuit-W. E. Collins arm J. L. Car- any one so esteemed ; and to direct our agents and Jr., were eolecet and published in ("M'L f. f
Treasurer-Thomas I lay ward. ---_. factors. everywhere throughout the Union to have and afeed! a celebrity in 'lan.

S Hat]., rebigncd "I.us place was filled with 1 R.Harrin .. Chaplain-Rer. John Penny.The t7 We 1:1 the attention of our readers to an article ruth.St.. no dealings, on our account, with any IUe. persons, which was very gratifying particularly to the author. I R...!

Esq., of Quine The l>
dward Iloustoun, 1'rcridciit Gen Win. Bailey, G. BLOOD FOOD. I is an entirely new discovery, Distal Mission-W. J. Duvall shall not tlbra..t the sale or purchase of eucli Iw"eJ.uibo.1 moral courage i apr-ears to look th.f in ih.
Aplointmlnt: Massau Circuit F. goods as are now hand, or actually face, and trample them under his fret, an.) aft.-.
ALT. Brinson, W. P. ifoseley, and must not be confounded with of the numerous I V.tiei. t'l c.r *
-
E I lac.Lur.8mith : B Stephens, Grand Lecturer., any ordered before the date of this agreement. short content 114 came to this country Ut\-r >> ,
Siuikins. I). W. Cwyon and (J. A. L'airel J. T. Bernard D. patent medicines of the day. I is lucid for mad Creek Crcli-lll. Smith.Altamaha He had, however .
G. Eastern District. t. They recommend the citizens of nil the lave fortln"s contracted a |or l
.. John Chain M ".eltr blood, already prepared for absorption ; pleasant to ColM Jlission-T. N. Gatdni-r. holding States to make similar resolves, and to strong drink, and I his trrriblc fiend pursued him hi. i

the taste and natural in action, and what one gains Tampa District-W. 1* Murphey, P. E. aid Ag't his grave and drove him into the presence if "i, :
Death or H. J. G. Spoor. measures uaccrlniu who and
r. I. JDuHoM.Wo r.n".rn. ajopt are who are Creator. Soon after his
I A.Croc arrival he
he retains. Let all those then who for the East Seminary.Key wrote fir lit
hare heard, with feelings of of the J. E. }1tcher. Grand Senior Deacon. are suffering ltri.t: not Abolitionists Sun, then in its meridian and his writing. .
r.gret from West Station-11 I. MiCoolr Jas. Stewart 1
death of Rer. ALTEI DcBose who W. J. Junior .. poverty, impurity or deficiency of blood, an 1consequently This is universally commtnded. Of late
I died in Ar }'ckel. : pledge good as far as it goes, but it does years Mr. 1'nipe

kansas recently, at the early age of twenty one P. B. Brokaw, Sword Bearer. with some chronic dibeosc or ailment, Tampa -\. Myers. not go far (enough. Associations ought to be formedin his been connected with the G"IJn Era. .ho
of this Blood Food and be restored to health.We llillsboro Circuit-W. C. Jordan. pages he enriched "i:h many and -3-
years. 1.i"! young gentleman was a Tennessean by J. C. Carlyle Pursuivant.P. tko every county >jn the Southern States with the conceived contribution)1. kindly gmocruuaiy

S birh. anti the nephew of the esteemed pastor of O. M. I K. Call, Grand Orator.S. notice that our druggists have received I supply Manatee Mission-J. E Mauldin. view of encouraging direct importations from abroadof .About nine o'clock last a police officer wj.
of this article, and also of the world-renowned hlernandoIt.. Burt nil
the Presbyterian Church in this city, R :t.Dr. DcI'HWE. H. Bunker and W. II Cone, Grand Stewards. Dr n all such articles as cannot be manufactured informed that a man was on the north side of
EATON'S INFANTILE CORDIAL, which mother Sumptcr -L. n Gile?. Pacific street three d.K.rs of KearnT. sir
Afllicted with fast and
a pulmonary affection of the George Damon Grand Tyler. every borne, and consumers should pledge themselves to "
should have. It is said Marion Circuit S. W. Weaver, L Wi immediately proceeded to the hut U I
throat and lungs, he visited 10ri,1 last wintrr We learn that the Order throughout tho State i kind to contain no paregoric or Christia Mission-J. A. W. Johnson.I gn buy from these merchants and those only) who either arrive l the spirit had fled, and he upot found; a *|.n re t -
of whatever and of
and fpring hoping to b benefittcd by our in a prosperous condition. opiate any course must be : Col'd- import their goods direct or purchase from Southern taLc clo-ing the eyes and jaw's of what was once a C

genial climate, and client his time d.iefy in -. invaluable for all infantile complaints. I is also said r'lemmington ls.in-. Ley.Ocklawalia houses engaged in importing. In this interior man of mark and fame. As we said bcf r* inwiuutl
Dr. C. \V. that it all and soften the -.1. } a lWi : way be utterly vain to
Parkhil.A allay pain in the
thy and its vicinity where he inspired \il gums merchants be attempt giving slight C
e correspondent below recommends this gentleman Peeler, J A. T.wtr nnd O. B. Standley i cwlele to break off e-t dcu-rfjition of the reeking filth and
of and sqnahMnrMvfhis
the
: at time
I the wannest feeling of friendship and process same regulate: ,
t.-tl.inj with the
reject located at their dealings North and that section be thus The bed
for the office of Major General: of the Militia own request.J. apartment. was innocent t>( ham of
in tloJ vho bad the pleasure to make his acquaintance. the Llea.: Let all mothers and nurses, who have to feel the kind and
West of the Su wannee. Should consent to I Edwards superanuuted.II. brought importance of Southern trade. any was saturated with water. Hi*

He "'I a focal Minister in the we can assure the voters of the Division that!t'nl endured anxious days and sleepless nights, procure I G. Townsend and Win A. Dya discontinued There can perhaps be no better plan devised, short floor was indescribably filthy, and the walls miark l
Melhodift Church, and designed, though possessing no supply and be al once relieved.! Sec. advertisement.: of dissolution, for the Free with .islure, and filled with funai. On tie taMs
bringing States their
to
more gallant officer could be selected. In the event ---- by request stood two tin plates that had probably been iwx.l

a large fortune, -voting haitIt'ltCcluCItcly; to the of candidacy, glorious old Leon. the place ofhis Mr. Branch of North Carolina, lit published senses than by touching the pocket nerve, and to for some time, and never chaned from the im>mi-rit

Iwrioulln.Illf.Jeuyng: "01'1 of an itinerant, t residence will him a rousing vote the correspondence between himself and Mr. Grow, Gentlemen of the State Press I do this effectually there must be a general) diversion they were first soiled ; these cnnUineil the rfnnantacf

I cuun as lus health would |p xrtuit, and had madearrangeinMits MAJOR give : (.f Pennsylvania, growing out of a dispute in the We have a proposition to make which we trust of the trade they have hitherto monopolized to his list nipper. In a corner of tIme ruoro
4 to return to llorida and remain GE"EltL ,'i meat your cordial approbation. We all can other was a small keg of pickled herrings, the mapR"!*
but who per h: manently.. denth c coming is r often un" eliall receirethe suffrages of the people of having by note requested Mr. Grow to lam a emancipation of the South. Many of us and almost rivaled them in size. On a mm 11 tali

.xptcJ. iuterposed and claimed him as I victim. the Western Division of tli State. (coniM>*cd of time en.ll.llct out of the District of lULil to T.rl used and still use paper and printing material. Editorial Convention near the bed were two hollIes containing liqaur-

I i rare in one P young, and surrounded e the large extent of country West of the Suwannee,) receive a written communication from much to inflnme pride and exclude serious ) for the office of Major General, at the election inMay nnd South CurolnalnJ Georgia and perhaps in of the Editors of the Florida Press the l his death. His feet were resting on the footUr
tlugl.tl next, i is:already being agitated in this loally.111e Grow replied ; other outbern SttlS,are several' Stills, have met at Sen of hi* loathsome cot, and no portion of his elolliir;
to m.e with to munch of gentt.nc of manner, only gentleman w liom I have heard "If your note is to be considered of a hostile for some length of time been engaged wlliel manufacture tine office, in Tallahassee, on Monday, January 9, had been removed except Ins hat Times dint 1dridge

Awia"ityan. 'cdnes of temper, and devotion in that onneton.aaye.is Dr. GEO. W. P.uamIL. character, then I have this to reply: Regarding of paper. Let us support and foster these at 10 o'clock A. M. I'reeentIaj. F. C. BABBITT, F. Paige, once a man of wealth, positioa sal

spirit, as habitually exbite by this young of Leon.. gallant courteous bearing seems dueling as a variance with the precepts of the enterprizcs, by purchasing and using their goods I proxy for the Editor of the Jacksonville Republican; celtbrity."
to peculiarly fit him for the position. Should Dr. Christian religion) and the sentiments of a Christian We do not know of Type foundry in the South.era
any -
gentleman. Many, many hearts have teen made J. N. BOWEX, of the Independent Press and Alas poor Paige! and art thou dead T
PARERILL consent t the use of his name, he can people and it being prohibited and declared a Stl! I there is, we should be glad to learn &proxy
sal by his untimely death for to know him was to rely upon a strong rote in the .Banner County"of crime by the laws enacted by the Lyof which its wbereabuts Would it not be a wise and for the Editor of the Eastern Herald; F. I}'IDD. And had'st around thy lonely bed

lore him, but they will rejoice to know that lend JEFFERSON.Major we are members, I cannot a I justi propriate step those of us who may be able ap Esq., of the Family Friend ; E. A. HART and T. B. No hand to soothe thy wo t

was peaceful and calm, yea triumphant The able mode of settling difficulties among men, even atentlheEditorlal Convention, shortly to sew mtle BAREFOOT, Esqs., of the Florida Sentinel and C. E! Did no one gaze with tear-filled eye.

faith "l.icl he was anxious t proclaim AnJ which D. B. Bird. in cases of unwarranted provocationBut my 1alah8ee. enlr into an agreement to use DIKE of the Floridian Upon the couch where thou did'st lie
The Monticello Family friend and a personal rights and the freedom of debate guarantied SuT rn paper manufactured in Southern Mills and
illustrated in I blameless life, sustained him in of the Sentinel from Wakulla recommend correspondent Ma by the Constitution, I shall defend whenever pledge ourselves in addition, to patronize and On motion C E DYKE Esq., was called t the When struggling with the Foe 1
the honest and trying hour of death. they are assailed. the first Chair and J. N.
encourage e Type foundry which may be OWD requested act as Secre- Yes there
jor D. B. Bird Jefferson, for Brigadier General of t was one, but only one.
Mr. Branch concludes his published! statementby erected in thc South. As an individual we hereby tary, The Chairman briefly stated the object of
Accident to tx-Goicruor Hrotvu. the Militia embraced in the Middle Judicial Circuit, pledge ourselves to carry out the above understanding. Who, until then like thee had run.

The many friends of this gentleman will be pained at the election provided for on the first Monday ofMay. ..reraJinl: We are all interest.in times rater and our the Convention, after which, on motion a Committee In sin's low vale of I cars-
By who are with the consisting of F. R. lilies _
lo learn that a serious accident befel him on Friday We know of no gentleman for whom it will code if (: District acquainted'to which penA example may be advantage. Speak out E, as Chairman Poor cast off soul, this deed of time, f
(
ths my Brethren of the Press, In.lltt us hear viewson and others, was appointed to prepare business for !
evening Clh in;t While returning to his res- give us greater pleasure to vote for the position drawn by Grow in his letter, i .i be readily the uI1ecl-.ast Floridian, January your 2. the action of the meeting when the Convention 'Mong 1Ieaven'.jewela shall far outshine tI

Hence at Bel Air from a visit this city, in com iuggestcJ? As a member of the House he was a un.tllo that no other course me to The brightest angels wear. :.
t publish narrative, and leave the whole Time lute editorial Convention had the matter to adjourned until tomorrow morning 9 o'clock.a !
with a lady, hi* horse ran and the Governor supporter of time bill organizing the Militia, mater
pnny away war When cold the
t the im| ortial judgment of honorable men of all which the East floridians refers under advisement ; damp drops on his brow,
was thrown from the bngsry and and he possesses all the element for a faithful and sections of Where
humor
ilure!scrercly the country. and while, of course there was a general desire to TUESDAY, both January, I860. ( eat enthroned, tHl now-)
on and about the head and body alto confine energetic officer. The act as proposed is stringent The Convention met Gave sign that death WM nigh,
the it to
A pursue course suggested, was thought advisable pursuant adjournment
him hil d. The Grand of Florida in it provisions,and unless the right kind of men arc Faeloul Governor Thou ttood'st beside his
t L1g" The Governor Ohio says the Macon TelfgrapJi, to mk no more binding pledge than will be Mr. Dyke took the Chair and Mr. Bowen acted wretched bed.
in .ei.n in tl.f curly of the week,hearing of placed the responsible offices there a failure With
hand
i wile gentle U lift his head
par in his Annual Message to the Legislature of that found contained in the resolution aSopted on the as Secretary. ,
this painful and dangmus accident to their well to consummate such an organization is desired i :
a And close his
be Stale lat Situated J. T. Bernard, of the Florida filmy eye.
charges upon the South there subject as we of this section are at Dispatch was pre's
Jo'e brother, adopted on Tuesday evening last t. and was contemplated by the Legislature We TueS11) present.
guilt of a of hostilities it isbnpos.sible without to great a sacrifice nt. The cup by thee to poor rate give
the following : hope Major Bird will allow his came to be uecd for Inn"a ,
thi r'slul.lIJ. Grand Lodge Las deeply tho office named. between the Northern anti Southern States and at to purchase such materials as arc necessary in and The Committee appointed to draft resolutions Shall smooth thy way from Earth to Ueav'n,

hearing (If the casualitr! which betel our regretted beloved .. the Ere time, in fulfilment of his pledges before the about the printing business exclusively at home.- and fix a Scale of Prices for Advertising submitted For so the promise is.

Brother P. U. Master ll'own. and of his cotifiueluent Death of Col. It. TV. Alston. election t permit the arrest of no fugitive slave in So soon, luwever, as our railroad connections are the following report, which was read t the Convention A deed like this thy sins shall purge

to his bed : The Thomasrille papers announce the death of that State, recommends the re-cnactmcnt of the completed Eastward, we will then be in 1 condition and unanimously adopted: And stand with giants strength to urge

ZTifrtfvret it reiolrtd, That a committee be ap this gentleman. which took place at his plantationin anti kidnapping law regaled at the la,1 s !ion.- .to use uthcrn paper manufactured in Southern The Committee appointed to suggest business for Thy entrance into bliss.

pointed to wait upon the said Brother Stilt! tender Thomas county, Ga., on the 24th ult He died Does Ohio mean to be facetious over matter, or Mills." As to the other materials, such as type the action of this Convention and to draft a Scale
t him our CIIJ..lel.e and dep regret at the Prov : of Prices to be charged for advertising tc., beg And BO be died, east off soul
idential circumstance which lias previ-nted him very suddenly in the presence of one v his ser.vanlo soberly t maintain the duty of the South t eur furniture, etc., they cannot be procured short of I leave to submit the following: In lands where wealth poor abounds ,

from lfi tin this Grand Lodge ,'itl his valuable and before any of the white family could render t John Brown and his adjutant Helper, and : Northern market, there not being, at the present WIIEBCA, It is by te members of this Convention With direst untold

counsel and itt!\ice. reach him, baring been apparently in ordinary the duty cf the South to permit unresistingly the writing, Type Foundry any where South, that we that the I'ree Florida, of whom we want accurst: *

The Grand Master Thomas hayward, E.-HJ.. appointed health but a few mouent before. Col AUton nullification of all constitutional safeguards to life know or There is an agency in Charleston and arc in part the representatives, has been and is And be who once did wield a pen

P'ISt Grand Master K. K Call, and T. Y "'8 well known in portions if Georgia and in this and property ? one in New Orleans, but both are supplied by at sition the from present Northern time the advertising victim grievous agencies imp Which stirred like Jove the tools of men,

Henry, and Deputy Grand Master D. C. Dawkins section, where he had resided for many years. He Northern establishments, and we would as soon ders of quack medicines, dr., and by itinerant Now moulder Into dust.

a* the Committee. was Collector of the lor of St. Marks, under the At a meeting held in the! Court-honse,at Tallahassee ])purchase direct from the manufacturer as from his advertisers generally; ASD "'IDE, We have Let those who read these humble line,

}10u'. STAMMRD -Avtmcix. -MAP; AV/Wij/j'ny the administration cf President Fillmore, and discharged January 7ih. ISM( for the purpose of organizinga agent located in a Southern city. Why will not abuse sustained of the pecuniary credit system loss in both consequence as regards of subscription an -Beware the light which Msely shine

t ItCTytr jivrtiox of.S vrth .Aintrif*, alto Crntnil the. duties of that ofCce with great acceptability.At Cavalry Company, on motion, John B. Galbraith, .some. enterprising man engage in this branch of the and advertising; AD WHEREAS: The Atoned th' inebriate' cop:

.America, [ C Hbl. Jt./t. Jamaica and the time of his death he must have been neareighty Esq., ws called to the Chair, and M. F. Parr, art preservative of all arts" in Augst or Charles Press of other States have taken similar action to Whate'er the cause that drive men there

lit Jtfaml in time Svrth (veil at Sortie yeAr of age lie w u a lan of strict in. requested t act as Secretary. The Chairman E.ru. ton t Such a Foundry, located some point accessible that which is now proposed and i it 1.8 resulted There' none can equal the despair
Atlantle Octant.Mock's .
\ : tegrity, of great generosity and of the most unbounded ing eXllaine the object of the meeting on motion o' t all parts of the South, would pay well beneficially, {: pecuniarily. and otherwise. ; ASDwuutiAs Which fill'd "DowV measure op.
us uein mai tue ume
Majis are too known and oas arrived
w(1 to highly hospitality, and ]leaves behind him, outside G. Troop Maxwell, the meeting went into the elec- beyond a doubt. when we slwu1 take some joint and decided -
for their
prized accuracy and minuteness to need of the circle of his immediate relatives action for Congrcaslo.aI.
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many tion of officers, which resulted follows : own protection in the future from
newspaper puffs. They are the work of a Blti.InorC.n. warm friends who him for his kind heart G. G Nesroe Drowned. the grievances referred to Therefore be it WAMWGTOS, Jan. 7.-In the House to-day tl er*
Captain, Troup lit Lieut. D. W.
\ and are for sale in IhU Mr. lu"e Mawel; 7wo NVgros, a man and girl belonging to Major 11. Jtenoltxd, That we hail this was a debate involving Tbr
\ city by I L and noble qualities. Peace to his ashes. Gwynn ; 2d Lieut G. Galphin ; Cornet, Amos meeting of the party principles.
\ Crew 1 03-. a native Georgian as for the pub \Vhilehead ; O. Sergeant P. 11. Broktv ; :d
\ lisher. The Washington C.i""alent pronounces the lion. G. S. Ila"kln. J. B. Gtlbraith ; 3d. dx,, Geo. W. Scott ; 4tli do.. Suiday last, by the sinking of a flat, while at. not soil, a that will, if properly cultivte. produce, three votes, Hamilton, from Texts, received 89.-'
The Washington Comtittic the Islam! Blake. cross an arm of Lake Time only great pecuniary other respects -
publishes mar. tenptiog t The
Standard American remainder
\ Map one of the bestS LfaIfUe. be of vast tb. of the rote were tea'ltering.
1lr of
advantage the
issued and the ringe of Judge Hawkins and remarks On motion of It. C. William, the ofcrr e'fc accident occurred at the same crossing, and in the State t l'ree WASHHOTOX Tiers
\ editors
Jan.
of
ever the Daily dole, oft were committee lo draft ] I 8.-There I* much alarm
'\ the Mine city. ay it is .the most comprehensive We notice above the marriage of the Hon. Geo. arpi.lt-. government of the Company. ant Bylaws saaie flat, where two negroes belonging toMr.Eppea I 2d Rt.tol'M T.A there should not be that dis- consequent upon the activity of time Republican' t
S. Hawkins of Fla. Judge Hawkins ofT c hitherto b
reliable Lave '* : paired a On motion of Capt. G. T. Maxwell the lost their l\e some time back. whch ha eirmade between day, in view of the of
\ntl they ever seen. Mr. Crawh-y I few days since temporarily in the House, to vi.itColumbus Rtb day of -- home and foreign prospect of an early election

,? :)t fold cercial of tliese Map in this city but has I to effect a pair of a far more:enduring January wa adopted .the anniversary of the Com Es-ret-is 0,TiE LATB COLt Sass is TEXAS.-The 3d Jieioleed, Tht adrritement future we no Speaker by the Democrat and AmericansTl*

; a f Vji,0.c u[ ie same ort J fL Buy one. and happy character than an}found in political pany.On motion. the adjourned HoM.non Telegraph m.tkes the following extraordinary d11riminAtion ( any description wilAk aderFrg. former have relinquished the hope .f being sUe to
subject to the
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life: and he returned with his meeting and ourselves
yesterday beautiful of the Captain.JOHN. statement : .As near a we can ascertain pledge to by tbe anoeJt '!. institute the plurality rule or erect Sbernun.J
-u f sjay, SO >crson* and acempl.he Il Je cal B. there were from fifty to sixty people frozen to death of Charges. are obooxioc*
lkemt II.irl"fx | CLm'n. canvassing t.omiay for another less
Florida is of the GALtI\ITJ 4fA That all
one most the Stateof Texas transient
wMhir.
arriicdiu CWu..iff: Mujisou pop M.F.PArrSec'r.A during the late cold weath Rtsold advertisements I
S. rlOU county, Kcntucky uhir, brilliant and efficient member of the Houe; er. Of these, at least forty were under the influence must in advance.Ith. candidate.

luvii.g |Iltl crd..r.- to Uive that couutywithin aitd long )*)he live to represent his gallant little recent assessment-*shows a the total value of liqnor when rnzen There were manv Jittolied That come of the quack medicinea'irsrtbements Senator Toornbe win not introduce ti' f n/
of the
ten d.y ca .c.ouul of their alleged abclilioa State and to reap that h.rT'1 of quirt happiness thusaud hops cattle and sheep frozen to death also, of the day are very ooenr, and prepared Bankrupt bill, in ron eqoeoee of t*'
itetiWeL.t4.! whieh this last (hat of LU career has opened to real and personal property in the Hawaiian king none of ,horn it is fair to stipjxue, were under the I th.refor* unfit to appwr in our public Irlh. threatening aspectoithe .ocisl i--!

J him. dom to be ot cr $7.0CO.OOP.. influence of !I.irit!" 1 M". Refolred. That we will in require S tion of the country.a. poiiIeasud






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Siut.Ki; ; ;c. AT THE: Noitni.-The bite excitement -This world u ill a fleeting show,"

and the withdrawal ul said to the FANCY GOODS 1 FANCY GOODS!
Of? the Gross a7/t1 Yd amofmt of lle"cnu6 asaessed in consequent & a"priest' a culprit on gallows i
Soutcr ciders, are causing no little suffering .Yes, was the prompt reply, but if jou
the several OOtWhe8 tl.e
for
ycar.18jJ. at tie North among tin elianir* and operatives have no objections, Id rather see the show : '

C rriLISflE1) ACCOKlH: TO AcroTIiR GE-fEJUL AMMRLY.) in the various factl is .X large nurnlx.Tofli.inds little! longer. FOR TEE SOUTHERN TRADE.

-1 especially in the New England I :
REv& LICr.liFA -- --
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t,.tTI. I -- $tate have already Itl discharged, ant
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jNUA. I c&tr.i3..su I jrou. I Nrt. J (r". J Nrl.t : ldu brrti5rmrntS. -. -
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h others ill feoon be thrown out i "
t:. ; Ie: 3.3"7.' 1.1 1 'Cf3Sii 33 75Nn' \ 'III".ponl .
RO.d 3.UII! :."1V3 bHS "0' .. .:. .. The ChelseaMass.) lltrttld ll t --- --- -

\\.1t..o, i 1.G :3: 11:1\ 56 i'I... .. .1 I . ... ,I tiiiita tlt're. the be-si carpenters bemsr glal. i NOTICoTOLL VRUS L AWRCfNO. \ .

tI.4iiw"i, :93 ss :z9 IS ... .'. .. ...j.!. . tl get at tiI.25 perd.iy, and good workmen ,

W..a.i4a-tIII. I..t.. 4::.' 1./3:; ,a .. .,. .. . ... .. .!. .. oiily cents. Painters ,
Lis
'il : 4n :311J . . .. coiiiinandiiig ; -I IX returuin'; (hauls for the very liberal patron CHAMBERS STREET
.d.uu : fj .. . .. I 29 J
during luruoforc
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wi'l
1. is said i! not are cents a day ton.-il lain, the unjr
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J JaII.,1 f tbI7 j; f. r;; 'i'i .. .:. ... .. ... .. i age age upon; ,
..L1..fin. i Z.ZG G.t'. .5:4: 7. 4'JI1: 3gj GCt II!/ C31 eo.53aJj11tii. the winter ; bliip.c.iiH.iit.'ii| me out of I siri-ed woulil pi.ctfully inform. the public that heti'l .' : .

.; "...IIJ_. ...1 j ,...'." .3 .._. .001// .. .. .1.... employ, and masons have gene into the c'un-' continues tli. : NEW YORK.WHOLESALE II

U1411y. I 9'' 3i VOl .14 \. ... ."h .... ..... tn.. C.UUIAGE BUSINESS
I.-n. I IG.SS 4;. U.4Ti 6' I"' tin OOj I 31! 85 80WaluUd. The Journal of Commerce adds, that Northcrn I In all lU various brnhe -- DEALER IN \,
I Z54 U I !.170't \I 5O 2 :(O 2 OJdTrwu ut the. OLD STAND

10.t'4 Itj 9.! S I 40 Oi. 53 ())0Ma.lh& :! .... .1. .. mechanics and manufacturingartizansaro jH.ite the R,.k :op f: i Desks 1
.. C..ti IO 'it: ".371 I 22'') o.tl I 2i9 00, .... ..J... preparing in great numbers to move to the I an,J hope''by strict attontiuu I Comlt; Pins, Writing Jewelry, "\

T.,2or. I. S"t rcc'J' al.J! .leay Iwt cxj'la1iiieJ. . .. ...'....... i'outh, there to folljw their respective trades I to 1.1 lmcino!i to b. '; .. '1i Brtlst81 JTeedles Work Boxes, Watches

l.Af..re-Ue. H 4 1, 8-1 II .. ...'. .. .... .'1. .. ............ i merit a routi.uanc of a I Buttons, Porte Jfonaife, Stationery, Musical W't1t.S'!

Ibru1lt.n. .1(1)) I2 2.881 I: 1..1.1.; ...I.... : chare cf the puLlc pat _"" Threads Porte Folios Perfumery
e 4uLI21 a. ; 3.961 01 :1.70\.1' O,' !IJO It1Q OQ I. .. ...!..... nL IM.: S I:. H'T: (1 run :lnitrraiesr.- I lounge. ,

Near Zirer. 1G3 26 1.',"; 47 ..001. .. .. IuwDtIce ............. m.F '.' .-We (have, had m.mj facts I He wout! also infirm :. Wood: and Willoio Ware, d'c., &c., -

I S..t ytt! recdveJ. LUda; ,' U 1,1ainetJ. &cNai.u ....,....... brought to lilt O\I knr\\iil'e| ;' within the last public that he --- : And article In the notion line required by the Southern Merchant. 1

1.'i8 ,71 1.61,7 J -1 .._.... ..... ...... ten elnjs MIHI!:ir t< those det;uled be-low. In I l has fitted up a room at l.il shop for talmgPicture every

J1I1U! j :U71 111 S.141 27j . ....... ...... >
.'13\. 74I( 624 75 . ..1..1...... ....... the experience) of one pot son tW nty"int out I sPitc7mEs; .
'L Jvlln, .28 21! 1.391 L!:'. .. 1: os 12.: of thirty Jouthein orders f( r goods h..v'* beeneouutermancjed. I taken from a smill sire up to 1 cabinet: rrig.rnsPLATTER.IIPCISCUWIIKVCI.

J'uu..alll. 1,318 Z5 j 1.25I jj c; 25 00 :3 1 ..... .... In that of another one-half. and life size. IhGI'TnROTY'1 rnpieuh and enlargedto L.A\r2tTCE "GnovEiEss r>R ECT: EnD: Nu.uta.eLAwaxaca's' SittL :
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.\ll1tLuA. I. \.:-') (G. 5J0 :r.1 8500( 783 '5j 1 ... .... They :f all but (he natural fruits upon our life tizv, lither e-n pal! r or Cin\'n<8. ready for .* -OailMAL Cf.IOG.Nt." : LAV I.AWREICk's* NCK'S-OOLD"LEAD PINS.PfCItS WAMA.-.TID." AU-gTItW. .
painting AM KLIINS. LAaENeiSSonjlEB.LR rAVOttlTfc. ,.
I 4,461 4195 5 (N 4
: :;: :. .: ;.. : .::: f. ..- .: ; ::::: ::::1::::::: OWI.business (J the irreprestilik conflict..A. .- CO' Call and rraminc sprcunrni. .jjJ Also a superior quality of USNABUEO SEWING THREAD in balls small and large and on spools.

' "VuIa 764 19j 678 ('C4)rangi ,I. .. .. ...... .. .. 1l271res.c.. I Jan. 14, lt0. S-tf All goods warranted equal to sample and as represented. Particular attention given to pneliug. Neat and

I 1392jl LG307 . .i. ...... .''j... ....... ... -- con erll.'nt Catalogues with blanks for memoranda supplied purchaitri on application.November .

Rre'rJ. ..... ... .. .... ..t ... i I...h...:I b ':2 I 6 HLevy. A graceful mariner spoils nolhiig ; it Gulf City & Interior Rail- 26, ISa. \. 47-ly _ _ _ _ _
I /Ol 4'1 fI' :ti : :\ ...... n.lds to beauty and lustre to modesty.An .. I --

1Jfft13.. I'' 2.5O 5 Sl .1'7.1 1.\.1.$ .... allecte-d simplicity gives is a refined irnpostuie.iol Road Company. WondcrfllI'DeTrlopmrntofAmerican Ingenuity! i Gifts GiftsH! Gifts !

lliUsW'U'. 2.V2; (t: :..u74Ir 1.-, ... .....1. .. .

tsnte G\l I.: Gill G9Mvnre . . .....', ....,. .. ----- E&m 1 MOORE'S' PATENT DOUBLE LOCK-STITCH I EVANS & CO.'S

1.353 41 .1 :: : :.I5 UQ 204 5 333 41 P7 771)ae. tiffs. '. -tby jriven. tl i>.t i. _'.rmit I GREAT -
: : !. .: Ij !. l o NOTICE the urttr of the Gulf City : j FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.PRICE SOUTHERN GIFT BOOK STORE!
: !_ Ii. _ _______________ wih lnirQadC..mpany. f\\\
; lola -sill bo opened in 1llall"6c at \
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.,1 : 2 JIj 1/'J.IGI 89 -173 OU! 4.311 55, 1.125 l'J.I."GS. 1i CRYING BABIES !! CRYING BABIES!! the Store of I A. Shine Jr., on. thl 21st ONLY $40 1 1T"7E THIRD YEAR

T. W. BRE\'AHD. Comptroller. A PRESENT FOR ITTLC ONES. January, and at the Store of D.in'l Jjidd in or THE
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COlrTRM.un's: Oricr, January 1st. ISGO.1'I. TIE Newport, for subscriptions to the Capital Stock of think it can be practically demonftrated ENTERPRISE IN NEW ORLEANS.
In consequence of the superiority of Dr T*TON'S soul Compnnj.Hie coiwtruction -
T T that this Machine embraces in its
A Cler jinan Imurlaoiird hit >ortltCarolinaIlev. INFANTILE CORDIAL over every other priparatlon of I l hok" will I he opened nmKr (the supervision j the best combination of ecientific principlts t>. he HAVING received the strongest assurance of IllS
D. lap), Lq.Ttt.rn 1 the kind, the drupgiws of this town have nlmot-t all of the folIoMiii tmnnionrn> : Gtn K \. Shine, found in Machine before the OO of our customer heretofore th 'ir
(!eii,'rlll uf (lie Mate of Florid;i. lias D.initl Worth, traveling agent of the orJtred .,l any Sewing now public.reyatd'fs inform
\ > I ai ncrived at-upplyof it ; eo cheer! I Jopl Chaires! and Vanie L.IJ. !L-<{. 11Irir'; and we feel assured( a critical I continued patronage we would I expert fully
,I." lilY' |.IIId i our town a flvinij viMt. }lr.l'.p)' American Missionary .\Hocdtinn. lias been Mother! No moo? crj IDS L \ic! Do not be |ut. I I Jln. 14, ISoO examination of this beautiful piece of machinery will them and ail who are desirous of obtMinmg a talua
I I. ,i- n!wiI. di-hanjed the .IUli,'" e>f hill rce1wIfIitIe off with another preparation bj nov drujgiM who I I ----.-- -- -- ----- convince candid that it is far preferableto I 1 ble library. also fine boots for presents aud for the

:: .', 110 it'll tidlit) lo the inUre'U of. the Mate I imprisoned in rcetiiboro','N. C., for Belling may oa aCI..ultor Idling some worthless art:cle at a I I GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION any high any priced Machine pcrst now sold. It sens directly parlor table that by constant addition to oar Stoclr.

u' i ith hunor to 1I&fl41fL4g t7o ie have now on hand a larger and more choice collection .

died I the best : it is for sale in town-:- i>u find it. t>{standard and nliCeUanl'OUS books consist
Mi i ,N< HOLT.-Mr. l'rel'l'oU..f Trail Ridne The follow'iiig letter from > RONEY & LLOYJ'S makes the strongest, m st clastic l aud durable etilch
publications. Dr. ERON ON"S BLOoD 1 oon, (ordi-ea- of the of [Bible, Prayer Boots Annuals! Albums and
IL t J *t iila<'f uti the, 22d ult 1 mined.uUly after In* t es org made cither by hand or rraihincrjr TIc stitch |w- jug
". itli. hi* wif.- gave l.irill to Untie twin*, who lIur.I I MrWoith has 1 I-con lectued by his friends : ns and al pulmonary coinjilaint, is alb for sale in 1'\FT 11}lTJ I EJXICV testes the nue elasticity upon thin as upon thick lute pubtieiitions. thin: has ever bi-cn offered in this

'h., .1 1 )hUt a fhoit time and wire d..|K>Mlcd with in New Yotk : 1\\1; if any tut..rinl f"1 Ihe above torn jInint.' good, making it particularly applicable to articles city,.and selling.{ at the LOWEST RETAIL l'lUCI'S.

1' t luidv of the father in the fame l.ffin.-IUJ. neglect to try this prenaratiou, they arc g':iltv of s.uicido. : tint quire washing and ironing. The machinery A GIFT !
GREENSBORO' JAIL C. 1 I
: There are five ditftreiu Nos of the Blast 1 the clvlft iA. without duubt the Left
furJ'vdisg tierconstructed.
S\'VrATIllr.R.-\ cillin:* liiniself Worth from 25 cents to ONE HUNDRED DOL
\>oni n Monday, Dec. .). 1M9.J 5 Tood-all on the same principle, but graduated to It J Tlie ol ne.lIc. and
):..., and lulling frura X.w.rk., pae!ed though deficiencies of he-, blood anting from tho breaking a common I I EARS, consisting of Gold anti Silver W nl..I.... ( .. -
furm-hrd with have been threo dave incarcerated in this lit JIT'rel A ATE call the attention f the to expensive fault in m.w t uthcr Machines is cntlft.lyreme.ht"d -
lint 'laeI' l-t iek. lie 1.II.cen organs affected. No. I, is for ColJg! I'ron- <> public our new I Jewelry and a great variety of useful and desirable
in With
a uit complaints arising -
last for month. The entire Machine i ill
simp'e in
for uttering oj'ini.-n uet exactly' a.l.l't"lto| conveuieut. valuable aud economical plow :yet invented
of this State in preaching and selling incendiary over UPC. gcniral dehiiit or With Every Book
frm ) r.n'oos construction in feet and
l'j tltcni ,.ntLi. \Vechall and must it has been tried -rcede every respect |KM
< wht'l <
Ulitu.l' s .
way. up
ha
: furwarJe-J to their Je- books-Helper's Imjtrnduig Crisis, &.c. rl.ttrlion.: J>o. 2, f,r Liver Complaints No 3, all othen Thin is the of i i Unlike oilier Macliinec. there is no at the time of snle.
that lh' are pnjtrly opinion experienced planters dUra1..le'l
> I 'lor DfcpepHia No. I, "'omal'l Kc (orati\e. No. the title sewed l I. N B Do not be deceived traveling c.-u
.. .-l-id. The excitement on my preliminary trial was who have examined it. We are piepired .sellpttents. damaging ui j OIL as none I by any
: i I'L u 5, Man's Regenerator. AkL. for the No. \.
I I pleaded caef but three you wallt and call the special attention of the public on thu top of the Machine. All (the mo> i cl'rnslhat may wish to lake advnitage.ifiitrsiuccess
great.
1 1..l." TIItr".Ln..LT AMI I.AHT i* \vl tliron li my OWl See advertiacncnt. that ( wishing secure them I'LCW ing l'O-IrJ\a, unil the friction light, hi-ie is not (Le advertise under the same name. To protect "nrFnenil
]', nxnliua t |IJ'l -eL, on tlie'ir AJ to Magnolia lw.\'er were ngainst me. My bonds were sale by Ames \Lit'ty. T laJl.sel, Tla cnn be those seen at Lloyd may and we will soon.leave Thl slightest probability of its tiling out of order and Patrons frini imjxjiition. who mAT mover

a' .,ln I.,1| :",' Mr' Holt Yo ill r<>tia Iu aome time forth J $1,000. a very modest sum in which Jan 14, 1SCO. 3-lf. b. distributed at different places very socn.RONEY palterus I hate; just purchased the Patent Right fur tins incomparable haveiitetl our store, wo w.mld state that this is tho

,. I.,'II' tit ..1'I IKT I..alth.lr.. Holt left thi* placo to bind a preacher. Msccunti 's wi fill -- LLOYD. Machine fur the entire State of Florida ONLY BRANCH OF THE ORIGIN.\L

,u tIe :;IM.l ult, rn route for tt athington.-Ibid my bonds this afternoon., when I again ENTIRELY NEENTIRELY! NEW I JaI 14, 186< 3-tf J aol will soonl..1\'e a number of tin m <>n hand f>.r vnlo EVANS & CO.

I first tent fur one as a sample cud having tested it .
seW.! I IT
1'cIerapIihe have temporary liberty. MJ trial wi come WHAT IS ? in the Soullu
I have hesitation 111 it
thoroughly, no recommending
\.\ 1i1l'r.I.n.1! that )tr. \Walden the manager oft' on in April, and, though conscious no of THATVTOXDEKFUL PURIFYING AGEXTDarb8 Just Received as equal aud, in some respects Iupt'rior. to the best i I We would respectfully give a* reference the edtti'rs .

t '," 1..1..4. Inrraph Company has informed 31 r. fence against any just law, and Mfet even 7Vr Steamer .A j'XOLL-l from A'cw Orleans : Machines in the country. All who hare teen its p.rforinance I of the I'icityuiiieu.. Delta, A" U. Crescent '
tliat the sire will be at once fiiu'hed tot lactic Fluid !
\ ) rrOIh) ) ill this One of then be a-id Villa, of this cilyTl .
i.r I lv\-, tocounect with the submarine >ire at against the laws of North Caro'ina! in con "IT LOL U in Barrels and Half Barrels, concur opinion. Cart
: nit"il of the great prejudice added to the 77/M u a Yew lilMrrrl. It i* tlif rnultnf Letrrne4Research. J C.u'h{ Ilrovvn and Powdered Sugars, seen at any time at mj office, 10 the Capitol I shall .-se who are unable to visit our Store can realize !-
ti
i' sequence
l I all the advantages of wrth this estkblibment -
I take clislnbute tli.-ni t'nuu'lnMit the dealing
nnde Mr. ; ,, 'h f .Vir"/; Bacou bides and bhoulders, measures to ,
iii-.irunicntarc hiring by LofTert tremendous excitement, 1 can hardly hope to / tr'tll their orders and
state Examine this before by tending by Express they
Lard
Onions aa icon All practicuble.
T is a Chemical Union of by ,
i iv.un a* fim'hed, the wire will be put in. niatlriall'proviltJ .
H 'Iho if is T buying other. will be promptly filled and sent with the corresponding
escape. con\'iccd. Rice
IUtmlll'"t Nature heisilC for we any
I rei.t-riiig pure .ir Iofatol's.
"I" tititfl.h inaiiilma "ill then tnnle her formal el<_l>ut in pillory, \ !lpl isonmlnt Yesterday breathe. Its act.on: is in obedience to fixed laws.QUICK Coffee< Per,ou8 at a distance, went to MiipiNng( porta GIFTS, by the first retain Express..
: railroads have them sect to their address direct ISf: Any person orderinp TEN or more Books atone
.' 'lIlIut'r..IIJ tho ariniveTb.iry Oi' tie! Cheese, S. C. Dried Beef, or can -
.f :1.iour'dlh'cnt.
rI' I'tUf'1I. SURE POWERFUL !
time,will receive a GIFT and a BOOK eitm.
from the
: Butter Choice Mackerel mannfaotory, by enclofrnj lo me f..ty
'. the .1...', we clip tho fullowinr, I in in Hi lo ,
-
i"" ntii : spent my piison, reading my purifies dwellings, euA.kitchen'. Apples, Herrings Ac dollars and full directions nt to now they shall be :: Circulars,with n List of our Bocks, will be
C'eilia from the I
,
lati.Mi to the Telegraph Line .
i and in I seemed to hear zSauour's removes all offensive Almond sent itc. tent free to any nddrcs
iiMtuli : the 31-t ult.: Mr. X Kennedy.. pra\er. ) l .101; Iaidius !
.' ".\ 1x1.restut| laVt voice, :H,1ilg. I Art thou ready to suffer for c-uie burns With instant Certainty; Pecans, E. I* T. BLANK, CV.lftS CO.,
i }In. f I 1"cill.'C.r: of t.f.i.line. arri\'t.'d] in town I II
It the beet used for fresh wounds.It Sule of the Patent for the No. 9 Camp street, near CanaLewOrleansJan,7'G0.23as
,' P.. will >roccd at onee to (iamcrllv, My sak'-can'st thou enter into dungeons is preparation ever Chestnuts, Brazil Nuts, Ac. owner
| shime! for destroys tegctaUc! and 1 animal poisons; Cheap foe cash, apply to Jan. 7, 1860. 2 State of Florida. _
and suffer ni
i '\\.1. tli' (>re e'iit termiuu of 1'ie! line, and corn. for thy S.\'iour's love _. _
relieves seconds the of insects -- --- ------- -
It lew
I '. ::11" *\..Ur Kcvs. llic line to Baldwin on thei My sake f" AV hen I canto to the point and IKPSte.. a l.itcl CHARLE M. WEST d CO, STRA"V'\T GOODS,
Next door above FULTON FOUNDRY
i i".in I Ii ma and Cedar Keys Hailroad will be put Lord I i tufler AWe J Lively Drug btore. ,
I could Yes, am willing to scatters toils] when
,., I the 24th and to Cedar say I forming ; Jan. 14, 1860. HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
"I"I nu.'ii by proximo TA I. L A 11 ASS EE FL ID A A
Thy righteous will in all things, lie poured soothes boils whcu formed and them O.R
and Doctor heal .
Town nUCIIE &
l K \ rIv ill Fe-bruary, at on OUR KRAUT. WEST FLOWERS, Ac., .,
u,: ivunrtah, AUxiny and (!ulf Railroad. The I His love into my soul so boundlessly! that I rapidly S Apply. t d CO. -0- FOR SrEINO 1( Jan 3-tf
H 1(60.
.).: tr"ni edar h"t.o Key West, and thence to j shouted aloud for joy. And let mo say that I is good for carLunct's. ulcers corns and sores; ). JOHN rARDY, Proprietor.u .
lit will! Us laid by tho 1st of April next.- t I de:1nle.the an,purifies the breath; GEO.W.&JEHIALREAD-
.ma. I believe if 1 am sentenced to confinement "
fully
worst of aud Scarlet Fever Notice.ALL
Typhoid
svmptons ENGINES from 6 to 35 horse ,
J' .1 I I1..r.r. Te STEAM power 60 WABIEK A 120 CHAMBER: ST., NEW YORK:,
or other punishment, God wi glorifyHis mitigated b l j the use of this Fluid; it has Len owing the firm of Heir A Rust fur order of the br!t material and "orkminship .

\1 IUON '-fire .schooner and on* brig arc I II name by m suffering( for as much known to check the spread of Typhoid Fever in persons. up to the let July 1859, are and as cheap ns ran be puueha'eJ in New IMPORTERS Dealers

i .i M, the harbor discharging iron and chair for I as though I )at Iii erty and working in ilies and upon plantations. hereby requested cotracte coime forward and settle immediately York or any Northern city mid laid down in Florida. Manufacturers & Wholesale ,
< I.,..i.la Itnilroad ('<""l'anl' The arrival of of Lading physicians are using? it in Charleston Co otherwise their accounts w.ill be up Castings for Saw Mill. Grist Mills iiu Ge.irmgt tc, ARE now receiving from their agent in Europe
.., .J] indication that the His \'inpyull O, let me have the prayers Macon, Colum placed in their own a magnificent assortment '
v ? < is a ratirfaclory I lumbia aVnnnb. Augusta Atlnt the hands of for collection. Ac, constantly t>n Land Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 factory -
\ ,ik l <.f nulling the alKe road will be vigorously my dtr CIr tiU brethren every where that bus. Montgomery Selma, Ind New Orleans. n attorney HEIR, RUST CO. inches in diameter always on I"nel.ur made to order. of the above goods, to which they call the parlioul.vr

"i
1 :. a In.-ii.l at Charleston that tIle ships Robert using it. yariha, Je. Catalogues containing full description of goodd,
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"...'.im.;, i'ai|"il. l jcr. and }t L. }Frank (Cant. Has possess Ytiiirs )soul of that Saviour who suf. Iosfit,1s.cormtions. slip mlten.maDufactn work of all descriptions executed with with prices attached sent by mail on apphcattuu.

II 1. ..U,ire-d f'e-ctfully from Cardiff Wale, and \ ph."ician furnished. by the gallon at Aerican Guano. neatness and despatch. All orders addressed to Dec. 31, 1859. 1ItEmory
!j.r
i ..Ia..a. (Pile of lliefC ve.*el* i loaded with iron For sale by druggists and country merchants generally *) Pacific Ocean just received and for sale. Tin* attended to. College.

f r UK Fh.'r&1a. Atlantic and iulf Central llailroo.l, (Oi-' The ful is the brush between ,front whom l'rdcr are respectfully j 1.1icltI1 Guano ha* recently been introduced into this country (:7 Terms Cash. cSpeoia1iotioe
11.1,, i ih.. other fur the (je-orgia and I'eu&ucola Kail! I owing and Try at least one bottle. Puce 50 I. Folow with most favorable reult. I is much cheaper than j Q THE SPRING TERM of this institution opens
Carolina Grow --0-
r ,il.-lliL7I Messrs. rmcl. : direetiI. Peruvian and is believed to b superior to that fertilizer : January 18th. Applicants for ex-

of P Pcnnsjlvania, which resulted in the late Ie' Manufactured. only in the Labarntory of fur. all the purposes of pluming. animation will please be in attendance on that day.
I J. DARBY. Auburn, Ala. BEARD A Dr. Means' health being restored his promisedcourse
lllrd A purchased the interest Joseph Cardy
] D. n. ucKcatlon. DE"I.UI
Tnder the ,,' mn of the Military law, passed challenge : For sale in Tallahassee by AMES d LIVELY, St. Marks Jan 14, I860. 3 nAVING Foundry as well as all accounts lectures before the College ill. br given in
r i>
1 Uu |' Governor is authorisedl I Had the gentleman] from North CarolinaMr. J. R. GREGORY; A CO.. and by Druggists generally due the concern, the business will reafter be conducted the Spring. .
ly "ur 1..gi"lallirc. .
,ir.Urmi clexIK-n to lit held throughout the State, [ Itranch] been as familiar wit conslitu throughout the State.N. by me. Those indebted will please come Sons of travelling preachers in the Florida Conference

'11.' tir-l Monday May lI'xt. for the election I tional] law and parliamentary precedents as B.-Per3 ns wishing soils, ore, water, it, nnaU forward aol ecttlo their account admitted free of tuition fees.JAS.. F.. PALMER.

1 1'1\ i-ioii llnirii.fe. Regimental; and Company olfi- his long practice in legislation would have -zed Cl have it done on reasonable' terms by sending JOHN CARDY. Secretary Board Trustees.
The Militia of the Mate, l ij y this law, i is diviI i.d. i. 1 to rruC J. DARBY. January 7. 1860. 2-ly
I. I into two l Iii4iun. and tive Hrigades; the Militi.t I It led us to suppose, ho could have found suffi March 12, 1859. r- Oxford GL. Dee. 24th. 1859. 52 -

t \tttuf the uwanne' r\.r. cotiiXBcs| the firstIMMMOII cent and abundant reasons to justify my the Hint las FLORIDA RAILROAD LAMTlLPublic .

I and hat IJistof xitid river.the second Ih and that of a majority of the House, thouduti During or niiffi r
\ 'M..II harts Judicial DiFlrict rompcwcaa brigade without violating all parliamentary and gen been rliv.--H.T the ." of IIO-TJ-lTUrS ,:"! a D Sale of City lots in Cedar Key, acd
111,1,,i each uatonal I lutrict a Regiment. Dirilicine which in ceWeutty d<.iine' lII'CIIA\'CtORlllk. tlcmanly courtesies that are recognized in all n>-nt plaee in the l.ubiie'c'tmatiin., Hilhous,diarrlm' i.one I hope of recovery by the most eminent of the medicalp..ofe Valuable Agricultural Land
\ by impugning physician
theMiddle Judicial i
tmlxxU' in District, U to bo The | tli.\ xtukiintler to art allIs th. 1..1.'M'lal"l ON
<.j), .. <.d t iria.hir Oeneral of the Militia of aid l)istrict his peer, and charging sordid and selfishconsiderations tn"I"If'I Hie Mirr the eviL The ilifticulu of twenty years practice-as a last resort conceivedthe I will <>rei at public auction at Cedar Key uumcrous -
a remedy that ill, reach I 'ifl; > .Uges tivt' (,orran and f"Ihl'lliRul"wou idea of ANALYZING TIE and ap eligible!' lots suitable for warehouses tomf
lLOOD.
attached the
There
ino profit to position, the motive and .
| as moving a.rush of\i"r. torul them.h.. of PI)lug the subject of physiology: to more iiumecliate BY R. II BERRY, Attc1 l1Irrr. and dwellings,which will be oft-red eligible terms ((1
the considerable there- .
t but vu contrary : mlsi solved "y the hlch nec.Cr
f.r.'. '' do not kuj'|'>o: there will expcn be found many cause of ocr action. .(aIim" to Til.ron.ju.| the n>.t .tuhIM.r,...IhTr.a. 10,only lairtnnav. connection, aud elfect of the state of the blood the first Monday in February next, will be lobe made known on the day of f:1e.
111"11 tli" io cd to accept of the honor and foot the Mr. Branch. I desire to ask the gentleman that during the manunjust clOMMl.lhis m,'ilic inc los tileD| the health and system. The result baa been ON before the Court House, Cedar Key is the southwestern terminus of lie
| aheiscil) more rure than anv other ever l'r..II..1 l to Ilianiblie the of this, .BLOOD from
FOOD the I Florida which at }Fernaudma
whether I to under- production Railroad commences
from
1
.jIn..SIIr) thereto when they know there is no Pennsylvania, am | and ilurine the ,Uuh that \'rribl.rl.. the55cr Negro man
1' Wti therefore name of stand his language as imputing to me any conduct and ague, I so prevAlent 1.1. the ITn;. ;w.1 gum frethfame use of which Dr. Bronson was restored to perfect 1 girl, about 5 years old, belonging to I he estate I on the Atlantic and terminates at the above-nanr-d
'1.l.i.I 1 au.dlce. BIBP, of tin l.ropt.II' adur health. Within six months after its introduction, of Nicholas Branch deceased point on the Gulf of Mexioo, a distance of only 154
IMr. .
1 heal 11'IEL of the Middle Brigade. He 1, had .&trie \ that was ungentlemanly :4.t by heeadvtrliiHnieut Prujtirml and dealer In another everywilere.If column. over two thousand consumptives were effectuallycured JOHN D. BRANCH Ext'r.January mile. ; being the shortest cheapest and moot practicable

'I," n.'net', we believe as a Military officer& and un Grow. : gentleman\ by it. I you have any complaints of a con 7, 18CO. 2 connexion between the two seas that can Us
I hated nil and gentlemanly courtesies sumptive tendency /, Cold, Palpi made.
parliamentary
'ut .i* qualified to fill the po-itum we lca.ache.
,:1 pro Q cial. tiition the heart Lots of ; in the Florida Railroad is all the
I .. ..l.-ding him to, any man in the Mate.e I that are recognized in all deliberative] ommer of Auction.OA' The already graded way
a tide; lose time bottle of the BLOOD Ftrnandioa within
in a and the from to
,j Bird would n procuring ears are running
i 1"1 xiMlively Major assemblies. It needs reference to
parliamentary --
ll"w ( 'ldJ.er no -- FOOD." If from MOXDA Y IX ard it is
you are suffering KtrOUI JUtbiliti/, THE FIRST FEBRUARY.I t1l.tnty.6TC miles of Cedar Key expectedthat
i ,tit bi* name before the
tl.t go J people[ law to know that. The first rule ofpuliamentary TALLAI.SSEECKE. or *fett i* l/rvlen and(disturbed if bfttntt the entire road will be for boainess
in.. Diftrict, au abpirant for this pooit T"LLU-I"EE. Jan. 13, I860. your your NEGRO MAN a first rate field hind, a superior open early
t .T i' but feel confident a that if such the wish i law is that no gentleman has are Jtpreed or your Organs, relaxed you will findin JL axeman and hewer. Warranted sound. in February. The mean* to do so are entirely provi
A COTTON. Our Cotton are 8 Jto
; I,:. numerous friend, he would raise 110 oljec- the right to impugn the motives of another.Mr. quotations to-day this an unfailing remedy by commencing with ten -Ta.a 1I CASH.- ded.On
t, -Family FricndJairkar,7. Branch. I desire to ask the gentleman C if. with dull market Sules of the w tek 2000 drop If )our Liter u torpid or diseased in any Jan. 7.1860. 2 R. II. BERR.Anet'r. the TUESDAY flowing at Gainesville, hi
1 bales. manner whatever one or tv Scales will be sure to -- -, Alachua county I Will offer (or sale (00.000 acren tiCaph..ll..o..J.
whether ho monns, by that language to Invigorate awl bring it lulu lively and healthful action. ._b Mu f ..*.7..1'.J -
A. SHINE Jr.
HEIR COLES Cotton E.
LATHK FROM EUROPK. impute to me any conduct that is ungentlemanly lrukrl In the most inveterate cases of Dyjir}>via, the lily accessible to the road being situated on both

t DOMESTIC*MARKETS.Nrr patient can here find the most efficient and grateful ..AU.Otl030.003CCOMMISSION'MERCHANT- tides ot the same within fifteen miles and extending

refer rebeL A benefit u always experienced after taking the entire line.
Mr. Grow. I ask the mm to to
ARRIVAL OF THE gent ORLFAVS Jan. (r.-fnlt of cotton to-day only one Lottie. In Male or rinale Complaint and Cedar Key U accessible by railroad and stage from
his own language,and see \ he thinks- 8,() balc!-Middlings: 10J ( i 11 cents. Th sales Wialne, the sufferer after trying other remedies .! Fernandma. and by fitcamcrs from New Orleans and

Mr. Blanch I demand of tho gentlemanfrom of the week reach 62.0.and the receipts for tie, in vain, may rest assured that a ceitam cure will result TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. other points OD the GUlL GEO. W. CALL.

ARABIA.Cotton Pennsylvania know whether he means same time C9.3:iO acpiinst 6 .5t.) bale The exports from the u!e of Iwo or three Lotties The I Land Agent Fla. R. R.

to to me con. ol the week reach 49,50 bale- The hcrca e BLOOD FOOD is -m.'Ctnl1D all cases of Erup- SALE DAYS-EVERY SATURDAY. .. I'l, 1359. 60-tds _
by language impute any
Declined. tat in receipts at this pint is 207.IXH1, bale?.nta.1 ports homes, Self Rheum Scrofula aDd other like complaint .
?
Nr YORK Jan. 6.-Tlie rtoamihln Arabia, with uet is ungentlemanly or unbecoming ::7.5101.l,*. is 505,500 hAI s. *. Pale and emaciated efulJrci and adult*are business intrusted to bit care will meet Insolvent Estate Notice.

dm, trout Liverpool to the 24th ult., has arrived.MARKETS. Mr. Grow. The gentleman charged, the NEW YORK, Jan. 7.-'Sales of cotton to ela/! 1,500 immediately benefitted by iU use. It gives strengthto I ALL prompt attention. Consignments respectfully '

other day that I had defeated the Pet Office Ifltl The martlet "':1 steady Spirits of urpcn- the body and color and beauty .to the skilL 1'liyticiann solicited.Jan.7l860 STATE OF FLORIDA, J

appropriation in order to compel the tine steady. Rosin steady at $1 8JJ. Rice frm. of all schools [are using it with wonderful 2 Wakulla County. J f
.. administrator of the estate of
Nil, of cotton in Liverpool for the week 45,000 bi. -- SPENCER
cotton to Liverpool Jd.
141. ,,f took l.SOO and export- President of States to call nn extra Freight on success. York. RM. Pelt late of Wakulla county, deceased
New
wli.h circulars. Price For
I''ulat'r. For full directions sec $1
.:,." 4.510(1( bale-8. All qualities had Mightly declined, session of Congress. I say that such an imputation NEW YOFK. Jan. 9.-Salcs uf cotton today 400 per having filed in the Probate office of said
bale Middling Uplands nominally ill bottle. Sold by Bilk J. M. HICKS Oreenman IL '
CCllSbip that be believes the
wntUn
by the ctcanur'a news and numerous ani- motives was not gentlemanly rr'UE county a MiggMtion
A
,.o on my CHURCH DUPOXT Druggists,
and elrV B.Siil
RUTGERS Delano >
,
raU. The decline for the wtck i) @ 3.16J., par.tieuIary under parliamentary law. N'o. 36 Maiden Lane. N. Y. I estate of said Willkn Pelt to be insolvent tbere fo- ,
C. SCRIBNER Carlisle, C. 11. UECKSUUER
is to- all having elaicn
notice
LJILKIXMIL) on the, .riJa-.I new crop. today6,000. bales Mr. Branch. I repeat tho question which )i llrros. And by AxES A- LIVILT Tallahassee, Fla. Stubbo will load for the abore port with despatch. against said hereby estate given to appear and persons file the tame with-
Jan 14 I860.
3.lyNotice.
tk> ed quiet at the folioing quotations: I have already asked the gentleman from -. BEARD
Fair. Middling. Pennsylvania-whether he design, in those St. Marks. Jan. 7. 1860. 1st of July. 1860, when there will be a pro rata dis-
TORT OF ST. 3IARKS.ARRIVED. tributien of said .eUt taaotQ tie-creditors of said
(r1t'lns. .. ..id. CM remarks, to impute to m* any conduct unbecoming or mislaid a promissory NOTE given by Co-Partnershiu'. estate.

i4.t.iIee..7d.. 6d.lands n gentleman I A failure to respond LOST' Kirksev A Nephew dated April 28th, undersigned hare this elay formed partner II. L HENDERSON, Judge of P>obat..

I (- ... ..'id 67 16d. I shall assume to be an affirmative answer. J.1 i. Brig E. )L. S*).bum,3.ickol,from .ApalachlooU,lat 1S58 payable to William Le.terIe day after date, TIlE I under the firm and name of Dec. 31. 1832,53-6rn _ )
.
TIU s-took f.ol u r. 430.0.a1t of which 295.- Mr. Grow. Mr. Clerk, I lake the languageof T. Brig .1."t.O. King New Tort,auunr4 for elght"thousand dollars bearing six per cent interest GEO. W. SCOTT & CO., ---' -

I'' I" are 'mer..an]abnehtliter aJ\i e uof.\'orLe. the gentleman. What I have sail on it I J.1 m"fh.o. "Andcnn. from date. AH persons are hereby cautioned old stand of Land Sale.NOTICE ;
'Ii,wing} a market. J.D t. Pchr.Castor, llardlnc. Pin a Ja.In ballast. against trading for said Note as the same has been And will continue the business at the '
Until.n in the Rank of England had increased plain English, and there it studs gentleman M. line Qvn. T. \V.r.l, Itrlge N. Y.awminl -1u paid to me by the said Jas Kirkser A Xepbew. Oeo. W. Scott,where they will always be ready to M hereby given that Lh undersign

1:.'_NI Money unchanged and an ache dean. the other day, impugned my motives 1. 8chr.l 5ehr. MaiTT. 1..lln.l.D.'nul'.l'hlld"lbl.. K I Ir"t WM. LESTER. supply .. appointed by an order of Lee.
< Office bill. The impugnmcnt Em.hn. \ol.UuanAc Cash Customer and Prompt Paying 3/ifH Circuit Ceeut will M>U for .asb U the hi eet..bidJer. -
[' of action on the Post Bark than Urn, l"te. t1nL' bJuL January 7. 1860. 2
l're\iJ of motives in a legislative body is Schr. L..ool., J:I Iron ao LIQOL\.o with all kind. of Goods required in this market, at first before Monday the Court in.House February door ent.he in TalLihanee.following on the doscnrxxl -

regarded, not only unparliament! CU.lan. Notice. the LOWEST CASH 1'Kitu. lauds of the Estate of EUisOo A. SLuler.
rLTICAL everywhere .Tan. 10. Erie Samson.Le rb T"" 19th January.. it fid.lllsl'n fired for ary, but A ungentlemanly, under parliament- i/oiton; ,13 can Ton:2 Hides,1 loo.Tallow. A LL persons are cautioned from trading for a eer- W. G. POOLK deceasitbeSW4O1theSW1.a11S4nfN

.' .." lflg of the ( It is denied that the Ary practice and law. IN POUT, 11. tarn NOTE given by the subscriber to Grant A- January_7 1860 !-tf E 4-cIN W 1 otfieetino thirty".: .ia fractional
:
Cngr A. Eaa&
1 j' i" will claim Hie presidency for Us plcnipotcn.5f "Mr. Branch. I repeat that the gentleman Bark T. n lrm.to., f..r Sew Tot, waJUnj Craft in June 1859. for seventy.five dollars as the Township Fnxthascrs 3. hangs to 2 fur,North tide! deads.
and that I I/er.w. consideration for which it was given has been satisfied. For Cash at Cost. pa-y
: \'. has not responded to my inquiry Bark Jamest. lln-ki, Ctx-cnajsn, N. B. S ITnWICK.JaD. WILLIAM: S. 1 /
I..r.l meinorialisU relative shall take Lis failure to respond as an at1r03. Can >:tn, Koa.lf. l..log 7 have still on band a good stock of choice JOHN S. lIAR l1URRAY.f 'rs6ESOA .
tuehl tells the I860. l
,
t 11. 1_ lU>t IHlaiM, dol WE which shall ]
1 aortmeut general) we
*;( C. /
M. ,, Live answer. (.co. T. VV. .l '
ng > Jiwbarging.
to come
xi.- \
t\al England is endeavoring t Mr. Grow. The gentleman can take just- J. C. Andmon. },F) loading. continue to sell at Cost fur Oath and to those of oar Jaa. IBtIe.-tda / -
*' uui-Tstanding! with the other powers respecting i-anon. L4.tThOf. l<.tinE. Notice. customers who pay promptly we wilt sell aa Uw aa I '
what he pleses Jmlly: W. bcj born. Nickels.loailinp. h. ill the TIJ tbrae wb ban Notice.
t. for at the JilTicul- will other u e city.
'' the future. He points Sohr. K. discharging UiilroaJ Iroo. months after date. the undersigned pre any
,.f the United Mates recognizing one Freajilent.'I. Mr. Branch. I will do so. C. ,c.NribD.l'al.lo n.L.htr. .u\ 41 Ui\ do SIX his final accounts and vouchers to the Juu1ie neglected our repeated notice?C liquidating theiro'daccounts UM lit I860 a .fhlptog < mni ..
LA CMl.ir, lad.ng. l Iwtiog. Probata of Leon aduimistrator on the ,this u ill be the last notice. If out arranged FROM January
1 l.n (lanJ and Fro e An ther.I notorious nboliti,.ni-t i in Massachuselts .. W. L. pno:. l>u.L...ditobarjlng. ejf estate of Adam threading cwunty at decrased. late of said in some way by 1st March aUpa will be taken IH of 11} eta. per bile will W- charged It'tall'
,.r, vneonfirmed of (.:.tallows. lmdinf.llnD:v>a,luaJiuir 1 eudrced IW.t : cottoa bblpptd to New OrUao .
the be
i rumor or
1" a vatrue, thugl announees that ho will lecture on l..bn. county, and ask to be discharged thrrrfrooi. whether paTmvut c a BEAR* k DE 'U''I .'-
1 in ol Ins I ** Adm'r. T. U AY WAI D & SOS.Jun. 'I
\ Hungary I he will the hang .>f. A. P. GRAML1NG. '
We
I bop get ,. St.Maik'Jin.i7D6Ote
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utter e and ,
pariT ulu-r Trrry 7 1660.
10wel"ohk
anianls have 1in r pul'..l tIle Moor work Jan. 7,1500. :- m I 24t -
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ruVii.d every SATURDAY! Vy -- O---- BITTERS 'TST received fn'n JCtwY.rkp IclIk I ti: nbW. I .

I Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. II FLORIDA RAIL RO&1) t) a general aH"IIIJI..nC ..f tviu'., .i .
CHV3.:. DYKE & J. P. CARLISLE, I /b. t\t Jyspspsia. IaUqutimm. .1'ssea, I
I care ef s-.,-li, a S Oils( of alimwt every l Lnd. luirimM ;'

3 At Two DoLi-iEt jx-r anrrmi, in advaiKe.TmH I KAIL-ROADS) fljtulatey.Complaint!.Loss.iriiy lof from.J/pdit a .morbid fir aray inaction Lillllllf Fm -a fl 3 F1f l.k Ute Lead Zinc and ether I j'ai int.- \\ 11..10.. i .1' .

/the Stamiif\ fatftli. ,xluciy (.Yamjtbytadery .t" : i,i'I't\ qualny, Puttv. Bru..1..,. Potn.-o. S.U "i.Geatin .

OF AbVrmslNG.On I iWic. CkuUrn J/Qrl"u.to .Li udou Mu--taril.! Frenrh CraiKlt ,., ,

;. *. rcof 12 !Ii.:..or 1C".l tir.t rmeitiuo Jl i iK i I In view of the fact that every member. of LEAVES FEKXAXDIXA DAILY, 1 iL'XIlYS 1 I for 'nedipinal purr"'f't5rit't'', Peppier. lxn-> -
qn : ; r' the human U more or less ub *tcd to Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract
,
family i I InksQuininm
_ch utitiitttiUiui *' '.(' I (: EXCJ.15TED.)

..fi' ionalanl 3u mes Cards inserted at?J 10 p -rficntnn. : anal iifu-r Mln.nyI., ] .2M day of November., some of the other above conditions complaints In life besides, *luch innumerable arrival Steamcri f'om ri"rtI.n! m I Savannah I <{t'_ Je_'aud a general. asM>rtmentf P t .1.,. r
OX Medicines.V! keep in-nr but I ie 1'ii\ t L.
i OX
-' ; 1t: the Camiil1! !Ka" sac fdlowniz : I, by the JUsisunce of a little knowledge or connecting nt CII'Itlln wi'h' ;t.itC f'r 1.01't to merit

Adwt'eetnraU nut raartc-1 "itli the number fin J.ive. 1"tiC'lo. .. . r.:;" A. f exorcise of common sense they may be able Trader's 111'lrr.dl'.ntrevilKC.i I '! : ; nl Baldwin with jour patronmrr.MILES NAM A
*rrticm ,il! r>t couliuuod wi il f.tbid, and cluirgrrl A. ) of diet, and with Ti.cl Priil-e with Sta-e, 'I
Melee at : ".ce. h 45 80 to regulate their habits Statr fur Tallal-awi! : at March *9. I ft 3 IbBLACKSK1THIKG

__ ftPnr'l1rIy.ZCtiiicteP. Leave Tall.iha-sfe .. .... V.16. A. f the assistance of a good tonic, secure permanent for Mil!.HJ uric ; .-iai! a> tarl.fi h SUires ftr New j .

"f j>'.bl'rali. of l-ital I nr <-*tateot Arrive nt l}Irk.. . . .In..U A. )1 health. In order to accomplish this rmlmii ip' (ai.avilla, Miaialay. Flituiamgtcti. :mJI :
be utitil lh aJrerth.n: fee i il I' !
1tJtu'tI wi11 giM-n < ; : i l/>::v e St. M 1.40 I' desired object the true course to pursue is, Ooal.i.

t.ai.l) _ _ _ 1 Arriie. at Tmailihmmasee..t.lO. I' 1 certainly, that which will produce a natural Li.VVE; Starke vaily.! (Sind ivs excepted: ) fin ar- 'I TUB undvrsigiird ha Irillm..1Y"lk

Leave TalUlu-igc.- .. .. .. 3.50 P. ) Btat* of thing at the least hazard of vital I uv.il] c'l Sla e*, AII.I I connecting F..nuUI.Illa"ith: town and has <.1'.1..13, L-p in 1

FALLYIXTEH\\ GOODS. : Arm at Montii-ello h. . S.SO I'. t strength and life ; for this end Dr. Hostettcr i Steamers for Savarruh and!Yharl."t"n.! oa Monday, I'I the same builtlin Willi ). Kulm'1 ., -

IMPROVED DOl CLE LEVER SCREW | Connecting Monlicello with Post Co.irhes via has introduced to this country STOMACH a preparation Tu.hlllHIa-\ anal blty.I : lia:e SU>,>, i-pp-site tii* Exchaii, ; nUi.. .1
( a the week called HOSTETTEITS A. 11. COLE Supt. of lIa j ,: Thomasville to Albany every evuiingof B-'TTERS.! which at this day is not a new lie -ftr with ..I i.-i
Cotton Packer. j and three"times week coimm.eetimmg I May 1, 18\8. 18 dfspalfh. Call r t'\ '
excepting a
Sunday been tried for
'I'IIE u N'JitrI'ning aa extex.ive 'I medicine, but one that has .. who have patrou'Zed him Lrri-fof. e f.i 'I(
1 .I. and well autrtf! :Stwk I i.f : r HF SUBSCRIBER NOW OFFERS to tl."- pub1 with Conebes running to 11nJi..h. Lake Ciiy '.'*. giving satisfaction to all who have. of his \ ".1 1.. FRANCIS I I :. .

r.LL1) '\ \ ': COODS; I lie lawtl.orn'l Improved Ik.iibl Levvr. Screw ,|' Baldwin and JacholJ'ie..AND AI.SUCm'manactimig the used stomach it. The Hitters, bowch operate and powerfully liver, res>torin upon' Broome & Thompson, : Jjr.ii.iry S.. is-M. :-If.

t. liih Iher tr wM ro.pec(fully inrit tbi'riUentM'arf I Coflou Pnrkcr, i if.r them to a healthy and vigorous action, and For.n.a.n.d:12'1: ., F1a.
witeiia'r* '" A.Jili..u' '* thtir uiial% I packing ONE OR T\VO BALKS at a time l.y w iili Post C wL In New lt.rt on arrival thus t by the simple process of strengthening I. -I- Plank RoadAll Eight!

-m.n'i. :. th.. ul. either hand or l.olle : and for ease, ed and of and which returi before the depaitisre ..f the the to triumph over .
*ortmotitl (Jctiri" r :l.i'iir. y we o power ma1 p nature, enable system r have fumed I'f'-rllrtnpr.1ir TMHE nnJerti.furil hu'il'.c pnTvhi-euJ I
IE
.. 1..uinf suj.jily of I P,j* atvl Y utlis CioO.iti a : .aft't in pntking.it f lands without a 1lalt1 I Trail; and with the line of Mail Sttfttmts betweenNew diM*;. Diftrrh ". dysentery or flux so I I I'M JI nndt-r undersigned She name of BROOMEttior ThoM I'tN. trrs. .'f ll.e nt'toril A }''.ri.l.a t i. h

cla! p1 of ...Hlii lath rt.. ,,o tntitli mvlfd, to inet tljdc.nin. t 1.I'etle .>f them, em-rews .n my firm w I j I I Orleans. Key West and Cuba and ilt'rOt'.liatC generally contracted by new settlers and of ClIr.\IIY.; is m ret the ean>tin pt-nl tra ', r-

.! of tLa Voting .\'II -ric," .f TuIba! I lace elO'I'- |>.i< ked both'f.n.and two bales at point. on the (I1f. arming at St. Mlll',('1 tt ir carlaiuaOi way caused principally by the change of water I the tran-action a.YM I Tliis If relied: i'iu lh* rat" If t.!i.dl.Crd i.- I .

Tier: Slock em>i-i"t* in part: 0' a time mid can I/f., sny. it is the l>e.t tl!.in fur '. to K -y and Wet the ]th. Mark and 2nd or their: to and' diet, will be sjiedily regulated by a I <;/: /, COMMISSIOX BUSI'I'SS iiuy Solne 25 p... Cult?. '! p'rs.'nv ..1'fipLi'r .
tim. at
packing Cotton. Tobacco, that beeniiitiatt'd arriving on way of this Dyspepsia.
S Hay or britf pn-juration.
ever
I.al use
i in the ..( lYrnandim. They will give prompt : to mont riaci by ll"- .-"" a n 1,'..1 I
New Oil.'nns tie 1Mb and 2'.ilh of ea'-h month.Whencv dir .
Goods and its x.ratious need be be ad which is more prevalent ( .
Ladies Dress to 1
only seen seas probably ,
"I]
vLc : these tninduy the forms than ntleiith.n"t*, the sale or shipment!. .>f cotton and otherprtnlurf. tIN will boi inaile. But; (.. inii.tn.-- ;
cr days CIOt' .. Trail wlu-n taken in all its various ,
3 4 MI.IVitt'rrtl lref" Silk! ( ros Ju I t.1ln. will 'av aOl will Make liberal advances sin er-nsi nmenu abused in this r. ;ioo and ..11 \t r> .0.1 1 I .
figured to
( which
Boinj pole ncr of the] patent right f and 0.1".1 l lKtlt i (\ far ule l )hereor far fhipment t<> their fiicid tu i Snitli0.ly n.u>t |I"'y f.r rsirs: tl. r I
KLmc. O-ilortd Silk' It..I..I'hi.1 l hc'ired J: L. of the digestif | ;
t :.' States. I am })prepared to dispose of right lot ten ito- i iIi. j IL\DOLII, Slp'l.t be atti ibuted to derangements i'idi.etiois: niaiti! I.o.. ruiinin? .'. :11' ,
a fiue afwrtiiictitf ".' '' .f" IVljnur', Print -. nfatv tizf may) be j TI.e Juinoy; U.pul.e Fum.ilv or"an". can be cured without fail by I Xnciinntih ( trlcion .X 3"-ri or Lirt Tj.'tJo./. .
.JelirtJ .
t.a I.tI.e whfii
team tkasi', :alrr:"I/ < mUf..n.j"ind. I-
I' oJ ('"-.bincr.*. H lnirr! nnd l.n"r>. an a#*'rtinrtif I am ala> rngnged in Screws built in .. and Messenger that' e lIlt U.in IIOSTETTER'S STOMACH DIT.1'Elt5 I
Cashmere :... .liAVJ C..l:3r1l.: ll;ri ill'lIl.I. I .hating "i directions on the bottle. For They will negotiate in tie prncip.il m .rkt if tlis and adjoining ,. Persons wi-'hing | fcdvirtirrnnnls iu their so as to to as f er
cunti c..fvlJ
"Lit* ntj.J c.urtol.! E-JiVd Jln-1 HemstitchedtlaiMil.nr suit thi.M.MSOII, will leave their orders at. nnd Ih(1 f.r ; tin* allnt. I papcri this disease every physician will recommend United; States the sale .f ili.nd iss-ut-d by the State I .Kiel: ,ur !r Mill..April.V, 'i9.. 1ft

>liirti.; a. Amoral ",!Urn'nt <.! Swt\ Jacotwt ftuther pnitirulnrs address the at Boston, {I''I, Nov. 15, 1>39. 47 Bitters of Rome kind then why not -by the several li'roaci Comj'anies-by the CCLII i i -T ---

atid Tt.rra'1 Iii.s & Ii.-"iti.tH, Mu*
t.;*taUk: l-totmcln Vtm'ny 3tIkt. Ul.. I>wl White I IIU (Ki.i.'w.t''UltG"rzil.} JAMES C. HO !I Every country have their Bitters as a preventive : and will rt-feive ami 1 execute ,older f. r invent
Lace, ISJiaict. Uelt and Cap lUbb-ns, Vcliet -- __h__-6r. -_. -- LL I WOOD, EDDY & CO.'SSINLE of disease and strengthening of ment in the tuuv. Tiuemli, attend to the puicLacor / \N tie: thiid N'[ mualay i iV inJanu ft. I i-mS. :,
them all / sijix-d Ksi-entors f the List" \\ ill .( ,
I No. 651 the nvstem in general, and among sale ofREAL ?
[ ] NUMI5ERL :
I i t of John Anderson ircc.' .1.
mt Ocoipe
a
U. MThi. there is not to be found a more healthy 1l
Outlaw: .lilt I than the Germans from whom this ESTATE 1 IN THIS CT1% I 1 to the ll{.n. J. Wajle* lak! p.'oprj
J.r.t 1 O 1 I E S !
1 < T/rEK. IttMKl scientific Coui t vf he Middle Circuit of the Matt
j \.i" ( 3m1.ics preparation tmanated upon or in any town or county in the Middle, E>ttefn or i,': (.ti
'ant Tar!<.toti. .- : ixivriinontf which has attended to advance ffoHtlitfM Iti.lrirt. ,., Flufidii.,. l!erw>nshaviu
' iiu nok I..lin. Ijaxfn I\ BY THE PRESIDENT I Grand( C Prize 8100,000 the destiny of thin great preparation in the pr'rty| for sale will' do w,ll to furnish them plats, f 'Iamllmaimasiee. for authority t" sell all ti h. i 'i II .
j ,
cum:".. .Iitt ami.Weil.. !:.t, n"t and S'ok: lu.; ;io Jill medical scale of science. with accurate ill-cript ons of quality! loratimi. iniprovements I[I I and inttn.-t 011 I the state and .T the d..It.

KIJ tlu\p, (;:"ltl..t Silk and Lrd (>l I
-- I .ilN FEVER AND AGUE. per '-n Mh'i 1, will sluiw the property on applienti'ni. real estate to wit : N W } of N W j. See } \'a

&c. UITED ST.TES.: Tu! trying and provoking disease, which fixes IU We will attend t<) the settlement of elaini :i<;..iinst I' NE.aralNE".f NE..t See. !. all u,
Bloomers 1 1I The
Bonnets Extraordinary Drawings
.
: 1, Range: 1, S it W, ci-utamiug If-O fr"
,
the Fedeial Government kr ship
.V |rtisr.nnce of law I, JAMFS: BUCHANAN relentless! grasp on the body of man, reducing him to or Slug services >rntl
Tritti-n. Si'.k.! S.ilin. Lit.ruid C.4rc1 I 1 tf W,.M|, Eddy at <",.V Sii; 'Kle ?vuii 1.. r I..t.! -iir. will litute Jurinsr the recent Inrh'nn War. or 1t'1 .
lA.lie \ 1 rc KVnt of the I nit -.l Mats of America, doInreby r 4 mere shadow In a short spare of time and rendering aI
Straw r;tintLa.!uand Mil&witivi I; *. Fr!ici t'daf. nnd make knonn that j.ubH" sal-s take planin i I'uMir. 11':" i t tl t < ::ii)1' riid.-tee .-f i! Us J hjslcully and mentally UK!3'I. can Le defeated In addition tll liKir I'mnmi-vii'ii; Department Ihll1I11.1er..in'J I,I JOSEPH L. SMALLWOOD. !)

CrJtnat*, J UK-I-IKI awl I F1wei&t 'il. 1"1.1 the 1.I'nUt'ul i"l. I land f'fiites iat >,.rll..I\i isioi>. ri. :.t AIIIt:?(;; upMlm-: I ard,lr\ n fr.m tin Wy'J n", UK of I1OTETTE18EENu1VEt' have puicLried Ihe entire I I THOMAS( J. PKKKINS. ,

-. .- lt.of Florida, at the ]viiods i I cremafttr ic- ) f":.'...., 4'a': 51 />r..rr. >..f...;,:/. ;.(..;( 17. Is5'. ElirEUS. Further any of the slave l S1t'ic ..f G,>oi.s ..f :11msurs. P.LI.IS: ThOMPSONI ( I Dtc. KORERT 11. (A IIU' )

Mantillas i."lt'"l. to wit : ; Clans A'-. .'.i. I'... ... /.".. ."IHarl :I. KmC7 ,. total Jtsr *J can not he '.ntntct.-J .lien exjiosed to ,, wLi-h tbi'V! will ni.iUu I:trie n.luitionat an early I 17. 11):1lIoJw

: .t (t. land I a flvoat TAILAIIIS, c.mmfnci"1 i lt \.11 -/#,.,, f.ilk.day, JI'' .-,: 1H, l.Stll.EXTRAORDINARY any onUnary condition roluoirij them if the Bitten II ..':'. ....) will keep constantly on h.md an cxteuive Notice.ON

it; A R'.n.ral a w>ttinci.t <'f Cloth Clonk* and 5I_. o M.nxljy.] time tweiitit-th day t>f }' nut !| t_ are ns'| as rc' dJwtiocs. And as it neither create and wt-llass.ited Stuck ol .
tin* tlisjinsTil] of the vncint lands! the the ,atul renJtring unneces- the thir.l Monday in January is 'iI
oDeods jialate
: tilt** .f ail: I fir nml "rins.VehK m DRAWING nausea ocr
t ..I. Dry (1')0.15, Hats, Hoots & Slioc! CIolLing I I riiirnod. Executors .f the l'tt U
Mantiiti': (1i 'i.ille: PuinU, ClttiuHc "nI 1w-v..1 se.N.rns" "nd]>art* <>f*?ft;<,1. within Iii- imeimrnetia'u.mi i! sari ary cha.ise of did or iuUTru'tion to usual p- I < 1,1tuiunt I ,
I l Tutuke ,placeasal"i\t.--pei ified. .. atul I Harm's* ( ;iroccrii-s Li. I of John Gt-orije Anderson d-,,. ,.
Wu14 $ uiwILt. Htt\I ton itsbips, vrl.kh reinaiii lu the United j I luiU.tut | romu es s.muJ ivi! > m.J tioltby digestion, aiMlt-ry (
4i .- -- .-.- Static,v\iihii six miles
4 4: Goods. "flora St. Jo1ii' liver, at JadoM."it. tu the waters j .iih the l rojuctioa of a UJMuueh and i' ion teiisilt! Uor.rsVmJovs Ciirmt Cotnt t.f the Middle: l'iI4"1il..f il" ... -:

Fancy & Staple Dry f.f Ex.initja hay, at or 1,4-ar .!a<..)" ;" ami! frnnmPeneaeula $ iwt cart.For I I'l.'riila. .illmg in ami for the couiity < f I.I f.- :
and tlwr Iaft'
' F.uic\. 1'1 jut", EtifjlUh: I I'mi'-li and.\tneiioaii.! I Pin- : to the State: line \Iablun, in the di i icti ir Persons in advanced iiiilalimag I city of TaI.dia! see, for authority tu. .II all i .
ted Mu.! u.Fnixb nuJ Ea1i4!! }It..in. *. Knii! : .1 I IKilt .- '>n of Montgomery ;" I'utjrt. as -uireI "by 1 laze .t Xti I yearsWho rialsl'uruittcrt'lroll, title and interest of the '-' .- al,1 l "f ti) < ,.1 I,,'.,.
I : : : 1 of. :; 1 i'mc I <"HIl from er.fuelileJ constitution and
i o,4mo an
.r. suCwiiv
1.LL.iu: ( i inIiti. Ezgii1i ( Iinz. ; AI"at'ca'" law. to a iiiiuiiwtd of trti JMart anj fifty emit /tr are ILuilvvr.re atid Cutlt'ICa::?flg! :, ::, a great tbf'Mid John Genr;t* Andrrs. di r<>""r m1 I Prizf . UiMHI 2(1 of . ti n.ttrs; unaluaUc a i-eato- ,
,- viz l Inz. 2..1"1 I Ir.Dmi l wii : NV .
and ( ...U..u'dH.t White ) rait.Ibp..ra "fa' (, : j jAVrA variety imbIber! .irlic'fS.Ail jnnd
.
II.rizl.f. 10Hto( IOII.lz..s..f. live of lU-ength and \i *. and ti"Js only to I loe tried E J of N E i See. 3. all in I
Town-hip I IS :
.
< FlaitiK1.Ladif ami itrovn< and ,G.nlb WI.ilt m'l I Sh-}! riuoVr..ts.Iitt&d&.J (/ liar Imsc liitt ami mtt vf the j.rtcij.aZuur.Jion. II j 1 Prize of . .l"l 1 Ut* .f . 1..t"1 to I 118 appreciated. Aid tn a Biothcr while Lursmg, of wl.K-1. tb. =v' will sell ut \\ Ik"o I tiq
t1irtin* : I' I ITownhips I Pnreof' . .1".0 (ul'li71-s tl' . (tree Bitters are inili pen'al I I., especially where tIe for CASsll, Country Produce, or goal rummtrrialareepancs L. SMALUYi flf
luwn SLce'Mij' and 1..tll. 1,1..11 :u.1 Lruwu 1 Piize S.OOO 150 Prizes f Sou the demands at prices that will compare farvoiaby! I 'i
1 anal, 2. of 1. t> .. Ilu inrr'i n nirUiib'i is inaiU.iju.ite to THOMAS J. PEKKINS. ;
Irili2ifl.! S4lm. t D *. blown and i id'i range t .
$ r.il! C"fflll..r. j jIC wih tima.ee .f sin city jim the South. We invite merclianU .
U".rllr Iii'h Lneni, 11iacry. (; wia ToMnt-hips I 1,2 nnd 3. of rang<82 flnd 3. .\I'I'ICii.I3I.TION. "HIl! of lie child etnscfiucntly her strength must jield, uud all other jlllr..laH'rl to examine our itoiLt I ROUEUT H. GAMBLE ) .
> Towtifhips 2 and 3, of 4. and here it is where a goot tonic, stash as Itontetter's8amch
D.-e.17,1839. 5t> -
Plaiiis, IVd !UlankciNe ro Blaiikits, range 4 to ?1 *2lOO __ ___- ) _
t eu..tIDJ II ptiz'sctf approve (I.I prize are \MJS: i E: 1:1:00311: :, u
r wiihins
J. 2. 3. and 4. t-f ranire 5.T ISitlers is neetiM to imj :art temporary strength
ai.-l I Blanket
I W, j 4 tOO.; I
.t.UI.1l.t- pa.JI" I 'wn'tl'f S. 3. and, of ranges C, 7, aiul 8. 4 :H.411" l.ClO tlll wail vigor to t.e jst.-ni. l.ali.'S should l.y all means 15.V.. THOMl'S iX. Notice.170UR .

T. iit> :2, 3, 4.100 5. of range ti.T'ta -0" 30.(00" try tins remedy rur all cases "f deUl.ty, and Ufure M F.,1'rn'lr19.1859.. S-ly ..
eks
j 4 30O 15,000" 1.SOO w after date tI.e1O.1'r..i.rn..1, 1 "
Clothing. I nships) ", 4, 5. of I O. JOlin ast your physician. .ho, if he is acquainted -
lu.1 It.
range
Gents. --j.' I ,
V 4 1 !.sI\'S PATL\\T IITALU: 1' Iloliu'l.iv.: 1lte..f the c'imt\ ; I
Black! -ei-kiii Coat.Tweed. Sa0 null the virtues of the Citteis mU recommend their J j deceased.vill make application to the ll.'ii' I It .

..| IVav. O.jts. luf..I. B.-avor. Seal-kin. Back I T"wm.llil| 2, 3, and 4, of ranges 13, 14. and 5,Ota0 prizes of $20 arc ...:.tl.. ...lOo.OOO nse in all rases of ....< BURIAL I Probate in and f>r lh. tounlv. 11 I IXMHI lor .J i ii aI
I ITloth and Satinet <": an.I Oijx.PJIKV :| T.wn-hil'2. 3.4. and 5, of ranges 16, and 17. -- ---_ .._- - -- f\I"I'IO\1 .-We caution the] puLl ic against CASES: i i I the c&Ute ofthe said Lewis 1'. HoILa.Uv. ,,1,

.jl"r I'Kn-t-kin. Ted. and S atiiiit JatIt4.t. .1 2, 3. and 4, of ranges 18, 19, SO, 21 J, S.520 Prizes amounting to . . . .*615,00<, rising any of the many nnitati.n or count I LETITIA t..lIOLL\i.
t. Fancy Cj.-cinicic \ t..*-. Silk, *-FuwJ. Itali.in Cloth I 22, 23, and I 24. .. ..._....- 'rf"-its, but ask Ild-TirrriR's CLLIBBATED D4't' i7 IPS9. 'O-jw I
4 Vets.. IJiu-ii Uisotii Jslintand) C.lbrl. Marseilles[ Townships 1. 2, 3. and 4, of range 25. \\ uun '1 ultra j n ; HALVFS 10 ; Q\UUR!:i Sr"M\rn IIiTTiRs, and see that cnch bottle = --- -- ._--

k I Sliirl auJ. ; Wuollcii I'unll Shiits, dcBoy's Town"hip* I. 2, an.I3. of ranges 26 and 27. Kit in us 23O. Ijas lli.- words lr J. Hostitt.r'Stomach Insolvent Estate Notice

7 Clbrl _- -- -- Town hipn 1. 2. 3, 5, and 6.of ranges 28 alt 29. --. -- IJilt'T; LAwn on the side of the Uittle and ; ,

Youth's Tow ljir" 1,2,3,4,5 and 6, of ranges 30,31 32 THE ORDINARY DRAWINGSof *tamp.-d oa the metallic cap co\,'ring the I STATE OF FLORIDA.)
&
J
Clothing. co k. and observe thai our oulogru ,h eigua -((:iscirnod FinivJictI; J ] I I County. l
Suuth vf tlie WSI line ami *vsl / the Wood, Co.'s Lotteries take at 1-
Cloth FriK-ks Tweed ('.smerc and fancy Satinet lrimacipaZiiacrjjjqas. AiTgusta, EI.I.C, as follows: "i Ilc. ture i is on the Iatl4,1.lJ' AIK-TIOIIT AM IS.I.'TI I.F. i B. JKFFCOAT. nm'mi'iiintrator! .f i it.) -

Cjats. libbcd Satinet O""acl. Lut: pilot and blue of and lass 55 lJral1 OH ."dt/d.y. Jiinuary 14, l iVi.C'uaS Prepared an.1 old by IIOSTETTEK 3t A SUPPLY of all sizes kept r..ri"t.iitlon h.indby I| f J E A.SllUl'r.late..t f I.eoii(''"'o'j i-, n

LLuiket overt-acks ful Ca.imt're Pants,black Cas- Tow Township nfliijis 1.1 and ranges 2, of 1 29.2. 57 )Jrall on /S and Tweed 1':11. .tc.Hats.. range X"\.iIJI'r 20. 1f5. 47 that he believes the ,.( .
.i.tt Tonuihips 1.2. and 3. of range 30. -- --- lrul't4, grocers, end dealers generally j I uirction: vtil >I S.l.tiki
------- 1 and 2 of 31. ORDIN AR DRA VNG7 throozlioat the cited Mates Canada South I : tu be imamsuivu! ut. tl.eitf.in-1".Ii.I "Mi
Townships range Guns Guns !
tlke place as above pecified. i given to all persons having ciainisamamiom tai./ -t.:, I It
Xil.tc f/ the late lint and eat f tht priacij-al America aud Germany. ri 'Ill[ u-i.lerMmd. .:" now permmei.ll l-u-fttetl ,, apjMnr and tile the same with tie fud :- ,rf "'

A fine asKoitment of Nutria Pocket lists, bLack meridian, I GRAM PRIZE OF.. ... .$30,000, SCOVIL & MEAD _1_ opposite tl.c I'..-t office, where he i i. pn.pared I butr of said county on ..r In-fore (the f.tlil< { r.- "rturin

Fi'cucL Cawi n<;re. J'IAlters I uorian.I'elul.1 Smoke. Township 2, of rat t 1. 1 Jrizeof.. 20,000 i i I Prizes of. .*15uO NI:' ..111.1L..\ .. in the; n m's t woiLiuan like and prompt mauner to xt. when there will! IK- a pro rata lii-'ri'-wl.! : > "

Havelock Slate. and Hats 1 . 10,000 I 60 500 hlake said =tate the creditorof. said' ..
Maile. Antique Saxony Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 2.3, C, 6, 7, 8, 9, holc..ulc \gCistt. nod r.-pair c among Utr
and ehi'dren's hats in every stj!1.. Gent's glazctl and 10.TownlLip. I" .. 6OoO, 100 N .. 400( I SliM i>y V.: innn, Jr., ji. '.iII 0\ (IIT', I:1r551ae:: GIIiN-IaOChS. I D. W. H% 'YNNJutIge ,.f 1..l al. .
1)11 fashionable moleskin hats straight and I bditJfd. 1, of rarges 11 and 12. 1.' .. 4,000 i i 100 SCam | scs., suet A321.S \ Lll'.L.; 'laihulmussec, AnT.13185'). 33CmiaAttachment.
Meu's and BOJ'S cloth caps, silk plush caps. 1" .. 3,000 100 .. 150 1 |-Iori South of the base line and east of the I I 100 .. lOOt! April v I, ISM. 15-ly With time. alNive qiairicitions! he expects to wu-iit a

meridian.Township J.rncpl 1 _.__ __ __h_ __ liberal 1 I patronage t'f the tilutus of thi ]>l.tcc amid I .
Boots and Shoes.A 1 of Approximation Prizes, surrourttiitur lotmtrv.JS' In ]j<>n Cirrnit Court. A'Kxuifixil. sVw seei84.U&Imaqa
.
1.2.3.4.6,6. 7 and
8 '
ranges 9.
4 Prizes of$400 to $50OOO TilE GREAT I.\VOTIO.\: THE AGEGear's X. D. Gtui Kiks always for sale hr.n.1.AUGUSTUS I
very large assortment of Ladies and Misses Gaiters 1 and 2, of ranges 10 and 11. appro'g. prize arc$1.600 I on *i2istua&tEizy
TOWDl'Lip 4 20.000' KllOWX. and John G. Pin Mrrclimitirvipartmrs
1,200 TlinmpMin
-- man.
and and maize 30"
"s Buskiu8. hlinpcrs oterery quality office at
:- with and without Leek Get1 best calf wateproof on Monday, the fifth day NEw1ANs\'JLI.of March next,commencing for the disposal 4 ". :50" 10,000" ltlI Machine for cut'tig-' ; Planing Moul Marcia ?r.. !!\). 13RICHARDSON'S: ___ __ tr"dun; and .lu.imig bikine nurirt G.II)
and Shoe and Mioosofall I 4 :25" 5.QOO" POO) name, firm mind style of Tl'i apsuu it Pittmsr. r.
Hoot t of the vacant lauds in the cress tmuibercd tectivm 4 O. I ding. &c., Irregular Forms in wood.
". Hunters Bt Ploughman's boots, Youth'sand andi>arttoftctloni, within the undermentionedtownships 4(1.0" tOO vs.
of Chil- 4 150" 3.00" COO --- 0- zI3I : 1 X3 353 IKTS William 0 Molnni"
Boy's a great variety which remain to the United States within I ,
Bot.
.
: tlren's hlf. A laige supply ol Russet Brogans, I six miles on each side of the railroads .from St.John's 4 lo.f 1,00" 400 ri" Iin undersigned) has leonine the owner of the DAMASKS, DIAPERS, &c. r| MiniVf.nd.int suiiii all others iOta rr.tr.l."I"
MaJison made.AI 5,000 prizes are. ..... .. .. 100,000 _1. right to use and sell this vnu.ib! : inithine in JL noiified ..f the / tfcf .
and lay
Northern I eonimeitremeiit "
I river at Jacksonville, to the waters of Escambia 'OX>l MERS of RH''nt1J I.;"."!,*. and thaom'
Hardware amad! Iron. Paddlerv. -- Florida and he now offers individual and CaiurtvItmghmts ( by attuchmcDt returnable to the, term ,' h.
>: O. Nails. Notions. at Peosacola and next
bay or near ; "from Amelia 5,485 Prizes amounting to. .. .. . .* to who desire to purchase. One olthe J dc't.irou ol olit.iituiig t'.w! ::""Ii..o' !/' .., ctulaicia ,.
any may Court
Glassware M and to and !
Perfume Tallahassee
Fancy Goods! Crockery island on the Atlantic to (he waters of Tampa bay :O.OO that the articles tin j puicljae: ate sealed with appear |pie
Marhines be in time
4e.Bagging. can seen operation at any at the SAL'XDL'KS.: ; : : !.:.
Tm ware with branch to Cedar tbe G ulf of canme.
a Key.
ry. on Mexico HALVKS I he full name of th firm
; WHOLE TU"ET$io; f5 ; QVAUTIRS S. 5i the shop of I. W. Bowen at the Tallahassee It. K. I.
1859. S 4m
as required by law to minimum Septend -
hubject a of lico ---- ---- J. N. <
-- Depot TIme machine is eimple in its construction KK-ll.\Jl) IIX. SONS A OWDKX, .
--- --- ---- -
Rope. & Twine. Joan and f fly cents per acre, viz: MOOD, EDDY A: CO.'S, I adapted to cut a greater \anetyof irregular forms as a ptiniaiitce of the soundness and duiabiiity of tie Notice.- -

A fut supply of Family Groceries such as Tea, &>uth of tie bas line anal east of the principal GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS, and surfaces than any other jet inM'iiicd.! Its capacity Goods.

,! Rice. S.ap Candles, Spices, Candies, meridian. IS equal to twenty men, and in some kind of This caution i is ren-Icred essentially necessary as SIX 1lnth5I\nt'r the IJrst publication of tin*- = "

Burning J'lni.t Oil, Paints, Tobac. Nluf. Cigars Townships 1 and 2, of range 11. OX TIE TI1'EE T mEn ILC.PIT.L : work much more. It occupies but sn nil space-only large qnantities ufinfviior I defective Linens are the undersigned will present ln, them i v .

1 sJtnc('", !a.lihc., Sauces, Pickles, :: dc. Townships 1, 2. and 3, of 12. PRIZES1OOOOO from three to four feel square i is sufficient-and requires prepared season after season and sealed with the count to the Him. Judge of Probate of Lem o'm"amid .

Brandies, WinC.Gin Rum aqd Whiskey. Townships 2, 13, 14aud range 15. of 13. but little power to drive it. Every kind of name of IHtJianLvin, by Irish Houses, who, regardless apply for a iliseharie as administrate <* LN :

AI>O a good assortment of Drugs !v kept Townships 1.2.3.4.13. 14, and of range range 14. neat .and difficult work in House building. Cabinet of the injury thu i'nflicted alike on the AmeriraacoiHiimer R--tat of David Ft-llcldeceased l 1:1.I .>f maul co: 'i. ;

(nhaud. IEI. RUST A CO. Townships 2, 3. 4, 12, 13,1. 1. of range 15. Take place on time Last Saturday in each J0Lis. Furniture, Carriage Wagon and I>" ;y Building Bud the manufacturers gemmuin'Ionds J. J. llAP.XE..1:11'! it

TI1IaI13-6m _
ant1. range WHOLE TICKETS f20 ; HALVES ?10 QUAKTERS ?5 : ._ while h _. __ .
; be with
-- -- ; pureJI\IIi'fI can imposed Goods of
TownUiipsS, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12. of ranee 17.. lI"ilUJC"" "UU ,01"11. ou a
SEW Townships 2.3,4. and"12 0 EIGhTHS $2.5O.. JERE RICHARDS. worthless character. Notice.IX L
NEW\ GOODS GOODS. 10,1. ofr.inge: 18. .
I 2 3 4 8 9 .r July 16,1859. 29-ly J. BULLOCKE A J. P. LOCKE Agent.
au ofranges 19 and 20.
wiH. J
T.wnship Certificates of will be sold at the follow o montJll1after date, the undersigned
Paekge 36 Church St. New York.Sept. .
--0- 1 6 7 8 and --- -- ,
2.3,4,5. 9,of ranges 21 rates, which is : ----- 24 ? ," sent his final accounts ami vouchers to the Jct a
and 12.T01rnships. DAILY EXPECTED 1859. __ S9lyHILLSKOROmi mis '
& Gorman of Probate of Leon county as admiiii traor! III
Myers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, C, aud 7, of range 23. Ccrilcde of Package of 10 Whole Tckt. .*SO ,
X. C., estate of Jacob Stroman. deceived, late ol '111 1
1 and 4 of 10 ..40 Our Fall & Winter Goods
NOW IN STORE A Townships 2.3. 24. Hat
nAVE range 10 : . 20 county, and ask to be dillChnnpi'h4'rrfrom.WILLIAM t|
and Beautiful Stockof At the land at ST. MILITARY ACADEIrlY.
1'' ofc ArGtsTINE commencingon 10 Eighth 10 COXS1STI2 OK L STROMAN Adm fiOetobcr
Goods to which wouldresKefully < .
,
they
Monday, day 1. 18\9.
twenty-seventh February - -- HE bUPERINTENDENT was for eleven years 4fr-6m p
| ( invite attention ; consisting or viz: I next, for the disposal of the vacant lands in the ercnnuitiltered In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the DRY GOODS. HATS. T an officer of the South Carolina State Military t
Gents in Gold Hunting Cased ; finefNher sections and parts of sections, within the HARDWARE, CLOTHING Notice.SIX
L\'er Gent amount of money to our address, for what you wish Academies. For a circular address .
Levers, Anchors and Lpiue; Fine undermentioned towlsbiP. which remain to the to purchase; name the Lottery in which you wish it GROCERIES. CORN SHELLERS C. C. TEW. HilUborough, N. C. Months after date, I shall present my ft"'
Gold Watches Clocks BOOTS d SHOES PAINTS OIL
; descriptions. Slates milt8 on each side of the invested, and whether wish Wholes Halves March "
12. 18
.'j FIt Florentine Mosaic, Cameo Lava and Coral Setts, Hate from SI. John's river, at Jacksonville, to Quarters on of you which, we Bend ,what is or or For sale cheap by BOND of COLloyd / .92lyBlacksmith _ _ aod vouchers to the lion. Judge! '"&U' :. j!:1
receipt bate of Leon administrator of lie
Ear Rings, Bracelets) Gold Guard, the waters of Escambia at or near Pensacola] Aug. 27, 1859. 35 county as j
Jr"ol.el. ; dered by first mail together with the scheme. Notice. .
of John S. Wilcox. deceased, Inte of said e,5t? f.
Fob Ladies --- ------ ---- -
Chatalams
('t Chin and from Amelia island on the to the
.
after the
Immediately .Printed Drawinc.
Atantc. drawing a aad a-k fur from said administrate
Gold Guard, Fob and Badge Keys, water of Tairpa Ly. with a branh Ceda Key, Certified to by the Cmmilsoner will L sent Valuable Land for Sale. a discharge JAMES BARFIEL1), AJnitf ai
Diamond: and Ruby Rings, in the of
; subject, required by law with
Opl Gut ( a an Explanation.
Plain Hold Kin? Pin. Spa1a.Loekets l Jnllur ." subscriber offers for sale 1200 acres of valua- Sept. 10. 1859. _.37- m b
f.IM THE
nl nH11 ... .. m .1. will write their __
please
Charms Pens and %- : .f" r..r.11 tt JurdHleer signature land, lying in Jackson county Florida on
Cases, Gold Tooth Picks, and I'o.ol give rbeir Post Office, County and State. the West side of the Apalachicola River, about one Notice.ALL

I ser Spectacle. Gold Gol bilvr \Ith nflhe late line and east of the principalMeridian All rmmunictionl strictly wnfdeotiat mile below the junction of the Flint and Chattuhooche .

Thimbles, Ac an :?'rAll prizes of *1,000 paidi i me. rivers. About 250 acres cleared. persons indebted to the Estate of J M. ** .

..c. Townships 1 and 2. of range 23. diately after the drawing-other prize. at the u.l About one half of said lands arc excellent Hammock late of Wakulla county uJ-ee'el- .

Silver 'Ware. Town"hip 1, 2, and 3, cf ranges 24, 25, 26, 27, time of thirty days. one fourth river bottom lands, and one-fourth come forward and settle the same and all r" ia ,
and Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to pine and mixed piue lands. holding chums against the said Estate w ill (tree t:

Plain. and Threaded. Tabe. Desert. and Table. Spoons Ytn\9 South of the bate line and tail of the principal WOOD EDDY A CO, Augusta, Georgia.or For terms apply to Leonard Ham. upon the place BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL ITS them duly aull>eiiucated.within tile time j ruby ,,< *

Sugar.Salt and Mustard! ',*, 1criJia H WOOD EDDY do CO.. Atlanta Georgia.or or to Hugh A. Curlej, or the sul-senlicr at Tallahas-' TilE 'hu will be earned on heretofore, at the law, or this The notice will be. plead m lam ''' .* t
books and -
beloneiDS
Soup LtI.] Pie Knives, Fish Kni't! Cake SJo''tI. Townships 1. 2, and 3, of ranges 25 and : WOOD, EDDY & CO, Wilmington Vet ECJ.October 22, 1SI9. 43-tf HENRY WELLS. OLD STAND by the undersigned who returns recovery.said Estate will be found papers with S. A. !I"IW'I I,
thanks fur
Ice Crtam Kli"c., Butter Knives., Napkin Rings. Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, C3: ?- A tat of the numbers that are drawn from and solicits a continuation of the public Newport, Florida.

Children's Knives aud Forks, Cups, Silver Snuff military, and other purposes, together with the the w wheel with the amount of the Prize that each patronage heretofore so liberally extended S. A. SPENCER 1-.

Boxes, Card Cases and Port Monaies. "swamp amlo_ vet flowed" lands, 'i b excluded 'lODe entitled to will l be published after every drawing Large Land Sale. July 1. 1859. 30 D. C. WILSON. D. A. TELFA1R ) tr.

from the saiss.The in the f..llowinj papers, : Augusta (lt't! >.) Omistitutionaliit. Andrew S. Garr and --- -- ------ Nov. 19, 1859. 47-8w

PLATEDVARE. tracts along the lines of the railroads will be, Mobile 1 Register.I NaMiville Gare-tte t.. oU.t'rs'l StATE or Tum, Salt Salt ------------ -- -.-

Tea Set plated on German Silver Beautiful Ja. sold, subject to the right of way granted by act of Richmond Dispatch, Pauldmg (Miss ) Clarion New Lewis Curtis A Xathl. Thurs-I Middle Circuit, Le<.n -1 1 C\C\C\\ \ \ SACKS Liverpool and 500 Turka Is- Notice. m
4th August, 1852, fur said railroads, and the York Herald and New York Times. -L U U U
\ r plated Calor. Waiters. particular II ton. Trustees of the A paj j I Count land for sale layMcNAL'GJJT ,
Cake Baskets. Butter Pi-lies, Card Baskets, lrt cut by the routes will be sold as containing Nov. 14. 1 '*57. 4fl-lv !ael.ie ,la Land Company A ORMOND. ALL persons having claims or demands sit= ,:

Fruit Stands. Sugar Markets. Candle- i quantities respectively ehown o the official anti others I J CIIANcEaT. New Port Oct. 8,1859.Special. estate of John A. Grant df'Cn 1\" "
: without deductions.The j Store House for Sale. j -- - ._ Leon notified l a.r!
to
Goblets -
plats -
ticks -
Cups, Afc, Ac. ) l".\X1' to a decree in this the nnd --- ------ -- county, are to present them : :
offering of the above cause -r. within the ,1If' )
commenced Jergigned time
lane wi L dCrPi lIed Receiver te. will offer for Notice. prescribed bylaw
on the days appointed and in the I 4 RARE opportunity is now offered I. > sal.s by notice will be in bar of their .no1loi
Oii-tlery. order in which advertised proceed J.\. to purehafITS ,.( a large and well e i auction, nt the times and places herein rntntionetl. "OERSONS indebted plead recoverS *'
they are uutil the whole 'If to the late firm of Weber A indebted to make rain"
are requested
: Rogers and lm'l Celebrated Pocket I constructed STORE HOUSE I tLc residue of the real estate el"nging to said company persona
Wottlh Cutlery shall have been .t.red. and the sales thus closed ; in the :'. J_ Dannheimer are earnestly requested to wale payment. L. E. GRANT, Ai*
Table and Desert Knives, Scissors Shears business part of Tallahassee. The bnild- and lying in this District, viz:
but sale shall
settlement.
an Bv
. dc no b kept open longer than two w'eeks. early so A-iner they will confer a November 121859. 4 -S"
--- and n private entry of any of the above lands will ing on Monroe Street now occupied by Mr. "'. I.in* I I IBetU A\ew I'ort on Thursday the 26th day of January great favor. WEBER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. be admitted until after the of the >n. will lie offered at private male until the first I, u. t. about (:W.tl'.) twenty thousand acres of Oot,.berJ5. 11159. 42-Sm
expiration two _
in land at I a nusuber of lots in the said town of New NoticeI
C Guitars, Violins flute*. Flageolets, Aeeordewi, FUtinas weeks. Monday January nest at which time it will be - ---- *

Banjos and Tambourines. Given under my hand it the city of Washington, sold at public auction unless sooner disposed of at ;i Port.At In Attachment. I months after date, the undersigned .l r j

ALSO- ibis fifteenth day <>f November, ann DonJuionethousand private sale. Terms to suit purchasers. Apply to 'aha see, en Monday, the SClh day! of January John M. Hill, 1 Jo Justice Court 2nd L) sent his final account and vouchers to tbeJof j f
abou. thousand District
trim of land in
Fine Guns Shot Pouches,Powder Flasks, Gun eight hundred and fifty nil.JAME D. W. OWT.VX or D. C. WILSON. and: ] acres the 2d Leon of county ; r. > County of Leon. Sum Sworn Probate of Leon county, and apply for a fiiid .L j
Wads and Nov. 12, 1859. 46 Ijniney on Thursday day Februarv, of t i iShnler
Caps. charge from the administration the estati
Thomas
BUCHANAN. about one hundre! l and eihtylho.and acres, lying Morgan. J 21 31. Bond filed limO 00. oo
Ales, Table and Hall Lumps, Lamp Globes and By the President: in the counties of Gad den and-Liberty and extending THE Defendant and all others interested are here deceased late of said county. '
House and Lot Ad
Chimneys, Bronzed Candlesticks) China Vases, Parian for Sale. from the Ockloekonee to the Apalachicola river. notified of the commencement of this suit, J, JEFFCOAT,
S.A. SMITH
\ Marble aud Terra Cotta Figres. China Jewel OTSNo'.26ana131of Ttlua-One third; of the returnable to a Justice's Court to be held at Talla- Aug. '0, 18511 34- T the SEJ purchas money to be :_ _
Boxes, Ser Stands, Card Slnd! Cups Mugs, Commissioner of the General Laud Office l>a!*ee. on tile second Monday, 13th
a de _J.joISec. 1, T1, R I, lIthandW'St.11" paid at the time of the sale the residue in two equal day rf February,
Also Papier Mache Writing Desks and I 11 of ; instalments-one anal two with 8 A. D, I860 and to appear and plead t. the same LAND FOR SALEIn
containing acres more or ; I year*- per celL
t \ Boxes Chess Men "
Backgammon Bardl. Dminot'l.. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. less under fence; about 7 act f'S cleared !'ntrreat Titles to be made by the Receiver when Gi/en under my ban and Seal this 5th day of
\ Morocco Bags, Table
Mat. with the improvements thereon \iz of the last paj ment shall hive been made. November, A. D, 1859. Jefferson County
: a dwelling I
<,panne Waiters, de Every person entitled to tb right of pre emption i five JOHN BEARD. Receiver E. M. WEST [Le]]
kitchen stable eo
R Brushes Shat to of lands within rooms corn crib. t cistern d- I Xc. TRACT OF GOOD PINE LAND
zort above
t5 Al, Tooth ."Stn'p.Har ing merited any t. required to establish townships the same to the enu-satisfaction j The pi emises (root on the Bel Air Road about a mile I Tallahassee Dee. 17, 1859. 5ft-tdj? Tallahassee, Nor. 19, 1811.Justice of the Peace A 120 acre. 25 acres of wbieh ia ''fr-iv-! l
from Tallahassee, in view of the Capitol.Ac. Lately' \gT The lollowing papers will publish weekly till 47-3m fenced situated about miles South of tAil
fine Head of the H
t assortment of NeU and Hair register and receiver of the I j
"
l4" proper the residence of L. W. Duno I day of sale and forward: hill to Receiver viz : Station No. S, Church. and *
land office and near Springfield
13-Call and at ,
-
therefor
ace,
t.ke payment as soon as For terms apply to U L. RUTG EIJS. The Telegraph I Macon ; Federal Union, Milledge- Notice. W. I o f \
.. GORMAN'S. practicable! after seeing this notice, and the I I and described as the N. W. 4 4.f the S. ,
{"-9. .YER d appointed for tbe commencement of Lfur Oct. 151859. 42 I ville; Coiifederation, Montgomery. Ala.; Nntill J. months after the first publication of this no item!". and the S. E. 1 of the 8. E. } o( Set'1|
SIX
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tht public Tallahassee; Republic' Quincy ; Register, Mobil).. the undersigned. al. Seetioa rtf
sale ol the lands embracing the tracts claimed aduiintBttator of the estate o. tbe N. E. J of tb. S. E. J of III j

Cotton. 4O.SI wise such claim will forfeited. ; otxr I New Wheat Flour. I ft Elizabeth Campbell. deceased late of Leon COUTV Towu.hip 1, Raugc S, N. t JL: Tb shove)' ':'

b S. A. SMITH. -., BARRELS NEW Bagging and Rope I ty will present his final account and vouchers to the be purchased on very liberal terra on 'r
ADVj..vCES mAde br I o WHEAT FLOUR 'or home Judge of 1'robate of Leoo eountrand ask to be GEORGE TlonMr.T.B.Chair ?
L''J AugST39. o c.to CO. Commisiicoer of the Geuela Laud Office. I 0 sale hy HOPKINS i MtGIISS.Aug. I rj'oIi sale by 1\QD i CO. j discharged; WILLLMI P'ERKINS. "I'laolal
I Em\"d Dec. 1S53. 20 18J $4 j '
t2-lc LimytI, Aug. 27. ISli. is Dec 17. 139. 50-6 Atlm'r. Oct. :!, 1859. 41




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