The Floridian & journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00392
 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: February 18, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00079928:00392
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Jlroffssionat-- nub- --- Business-. (CurbsPIIXTS! V I A. GALLIE, I J R. GREGORY & CO, : AMES &LIvELYI: Executor's Sale. 5EW (GOMS NEW\ (GOODS()() "

-- --- - -- i DKAI.EU IN (SrCTKSSOBS! TO K. liARNAUD, Jit.,) WHOLESALE\ BET .'\\IL !I i T\7ILL be sold J".f.rc tIe, Court lion,.. ,!...r iu .
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MILESNASII&CO. DRY ttJOIiS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in i T T the city ..f Tullah"' !It'e.,FI"rU.u U-twe the ,
lmTISJONS; I -DEALERS IXTllLAHASSEEj- i[ usual houi of sale ou the tlr..t Mon. >!i.iy in Match: i I Myers & Gorman i '

tAL.na INiimcs DRUGS A5D J) MEDICINES I next, .the lolli-wiiij property. twit : 1 lasso Acre* of ,
ANDGROCERIES land more or Iei-s vii the Micraxukiv lake, near ihe HAVE
: I .. "Pp"of
t and Beautiful
Georgia line in Le.m Fl iid.i. all in .
I tt.anty. lying
L\ (;];.VER.tL.o"t'ml I i j U<...la. thich they would ..
two three"eighths. ThvMe
one body except or : )lands I
EIIICIXES, V OILS I !\ >(r 13. ISiS.; 46IItGJ1t.coRLUi I are well f.ituiLt..J for (truing l.urr"Ott"o; or threeluiidrel rr"pt .. _. i Gents
-- -- ; Hunting Cased" Levers Gent Fiu.
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- --- acres OIHII, alt]! will compare, fivwrablAvith ;
i T ilJLT inform their fiends anti the publie. ; ', I ., the god laiHU! of Middle Florida. They lire) i; :Silver I".rl.uchurs and Lfpiiies; Ladies Fine '\J.,,

\ \ tlf havcon !kind! a pood ai-s-.itnieiit of uc kmrwn n- tiie Ali-i.-m' place nil II.. Miceasukie. isi! (;..il \\ aides; CWks of all tlr.tsoipti..s.i.juie .

TV; '.. :a" are generally kepi in their line butineikI I Attorney at Law; I will be soM! in a b.xly or ilirkleil I accordinvj: a. the Flort ttiinf.: Mosaic ClnJeo. Lavj and Coral Sett: ,

I \\ ill\ h.. rewivin? regularly) fre h supplies. TLeii.rn TALLAHASSKK FLA.: I I best aba tage slikll!! ,1Icl t.*. I j Bi\Niche, Fjir: Rings. Iharvlvt, (Jold Guards, t

.. ,.. -li,,ll be rI'3".nll.I': ,AI"\.*> |>urt of U>U number (SI 1) t i iJ.t:: oi.e and ((82): ;, Y.lIt11.1! F..l> Cliaius. Lat'ifS, Cliatalain.
illaliaMee.! April VIII 1S33- 14. January 17. IS7.IEZICiL. 3-ly I FJU eighty-two, in the ciy of TailsbJae. li. detent! edits ; tiold! (iiiarJ. Itt b and Rudje: Ke*>s" ,

--- lOTLCE. I HAVE on hand at the nld stan H: H.. BERRY ; corner of Olit.toti mid Monroe stre U, aIlIrg. /\ RE: now receiving" lanre and frefh supply of I I.J Cliotcn streets: and nmuilll!: along Clintoiistievt(26u( j Plain Gold Kings!: Gents Rosuui lbs. Souls,
.. and : every variety (.f alticl !I kept by I ; ) Lorket Cli.-irin.. G. ld!
complete stuck i-f ure Drugillllj. : > Pens and Per.eilCJl" 'I
J. 11. TAYLOI.T7.T..J.{ .;: : : S. j I two hundred and! sixty feet East to Calhoun! street,
Auctioneer and Commission J'LAXTEKS. ','' Gold Tooth Picks, (:.IJ suit! Sil-
Urups" It:od iri lies nit1 Chrmira, J'JIYSWJAXS. (boat along Cullioun tlrett N.itli. ((100)) out liun-
MERCHANT. Drs. Taylor & nOlm'l en.ll.then. will always find at this estabhr-hment a j tired feet then Vest ((2CO) two hiii.red! au.J sixty ver :51ct.des.:? hid and Kl l'I
I lJ/c.Slu.lr.", Pains Oils Spirits Turpcnlinc full] supply. of e\er,)' thing ne"1-." i? <.,w 'tat ....) ('11 rt.a tu Monro ftrett.then along! .Monroe; .lrliyt'j; ( _: ":_ :
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: d ti viM! r, Pla., Sept.2?. 1855. S9WM. HAVE ass.dntct t in the) practice of i e. Varnishes, BTll. ]If'S, Cam. as liberal terms as they pan be bad in any 3<>..lb.rn I one hundred feet to the starting; point. A large and 1 Silver -- *

Vtrtiing at the OLD bTAsn of Dr. Taylor.: I pjtcne, Hurtling Fluid, Window Muiket. Orders! by Mail or otherwise promptly attended Coiuniudiou 21l storied buck lulllill occupies the Ware.Piaii i

H. McDONALD & O'S., I Tallahassee. February: 1. 78ft?. 'c Glass Pttlw to and filled with the same correctness as if ground froutiiig Monroe street in the bui-in.-M part of I and Threaded Table, Desert and Table: Spoons
_. __ _____ Sfc., S'c.toI..tJJer .* .. ** ..
with! fine personally purchased by Customer. To Cash and I the city, tad known; a* the MONROE HOUSE: Forks, f
) it Commission ;)OU5t, 1\O'J'IUE. a nfeortumtt prompt time LUOI@ we feel, conGdent in saying we i having forou-ily been occupied as it Dry Goods establiehniett ** Sugar.Salt and} Mustard Spoons, i

-,_ AND: ru'uy AU'I"ICLES can give them entire katisfurtioa. Our S'lfrCK comDrnjr' and more recently as a Hotel, tLc., Ac.Willow' Soup La"I.... Pie Knives Fi.li Knives.Cak
No. 102 NASSAU STREET Dr. Stuart White COXS1STOG' OF pr J.o"_ Dower relinquished.S I| Ie'e Crenra Knives, Butter Knives, Napkin Rings.Cbiitlreii's .

NEW YORK. Superior Hair Tooth, Xl'ii, and other II rushes .. Dve Stuffs, I ld in execution vf the last Will nnd Testament i Knives and! }'srl.Cups., Silver Huull::

located 1 Station 1 the Medicines, Varnishes, of 1.lte.if NatcLitochet-s Pariah Boxes, Curd Cases and 1 Port !"ni..
A'vertiiwflt will be received AS above,for pub- HAS near on Pen. i!:: Oeo. ; Horn Iroryand India Rubber Dressing Hardy Bryan sr : V
tl.i) : anti oflors hit professional fen ices and Fine Cotnbs Cheiniciilo. Putty, Louisiana deceased. PLATED WARE.Tea
in Toilet
V&i. .ii.'ii:; Fancy .
: paper.AlJJ. ; ;
to the citizens of the surrounding countrv. He can Perfumery, Burning Fluid.Cauphine. Terms Cash ou the day of sale.L .
""', l :'':_ __3:* ____ _. __ I be found at the residence of Mr. J. J. Cliaires, about Soaps ; l'olUulumswire Puints, C. BRYAN, Acting E.t cutor. Setts plated on German Silver, Beautiful Patterns

t). r\rv. iir(:n AKOIER one mile from the Station. Perfumery, Jfe., tj-f.., t -(. Oils, Glass Ware, Feb. 4, 1800. 6tdsSheriff's of Silver! plated Castors, Waiters. Pitcher. ,
: Nov. 2C, 1859. 47 I All of whifb thllY will wll at reasonablo pricesi. PT Fine Window Glaff, Cake Baskets, Butter Dishes,Card Basket, ,

PAPY & ARCHER --------. ---- keeping: constantly supplied with all articles l in theft : Fine Soap"I I Manufactured Tobacco Sale Fruit Stands, Sugar Baskets CamJlo-

Medical Notice. I line and by strict ittention to buaiiieM, they willp- Brushes' I Patent Medicines! I stick, Goblets, Cups, A:<
Attc; ; rI1C5': 13 't; La."ti'V'" deavor to merit the patrouago: heretofore besomedupon PainLBruslee, Fine Havana Segars, FIRST MONDAY IN J1..HlCll..YEXT.
DR. i Ingtrumenta. Medicine Chests Ou-tlery.
RIDLEY Surgical ,
their predecessor.Physicians. .
virtue ofa writ i issued from the
TALLAHASSEE: : FLORIDA. suited to Plantation! and Family use, BY ofjieri.lctalJ I Ropers nod W IlIItenholm' Cdcli,ated Pocket .
: s Cutlery
determined to locate in New Port, rre criptlons. I office of Leon Circuit: Cunrt, wherein
.1"-! .i. 1.V.'. V2S: HAVING I 1TEEWlNia i; BKANniia: MEDICISAL purpose Table and Desert Knives, Scissors, Shears, .t..
: _____ respectfully offer iiis services to the citizens Particular attention -ALSO- l an'l Ladd U plaintiff and T. 1'. Smith! is defendaiit V
paid to i'reseiiptionscarefully
of the village and I I have levied, and will for gale I -
adjacent countrv. all the elton] expose: MUSIC i
from Pure Medicines all
L. hours
compounded at OUNCES SULPH
Henry Rutgers, branches of the medical piofeseion ; anJ hopes that 800 QUININE. within legal! hours, on the first Monday in :March TRUMENTS.Guitars .
MERCHANT an experience of fifteen ).t'arlll..gt'tber with a determination I day nightNovembers.. 1559. 45TDURE D. II. AMES, M. LIVELY. next, in front of the Court House door, in the city ,Violins. Flutes, Flageolets, Aecordeons:, Flutiuas ."
to discharge every duty appertaining to his I -- V---- ----- -- _May! 14 1859. 20 i I Tallahassee: : Leon county, the following described Banjos' And 'I'arnbourinesALSO :.

TALLAHASSEE:: 1 LA.I profession.! ) will enable him to give entire satisfaction I Cream! Tartar, !Sup. Carh.So.h.. Salaratn, SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID property,to wit: The AVJ of the N L:i section ((19)') -

.. to tlu-se who may favor him \i .ith! their patronage. I JL Starch, Sal Soda. Indigo. Saltpetre: Alum but nineteen Township ((1)) one of Range ((3)) three, Nand Fine Guns, Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks, Gun

N. B Special attention givonic diseases. phur Copperas, Ac., at !the Corner Drug tore.J. CA1v1PHENE: : E, containing about (SO)eighty acres, more or Wads and Caps.:
IlIF.IiAi.: advances made on Cotton: or Tobacco He \\'ililoe t prepared fur business by the first of R. GREGORY d; CO. I less, levied upon us the proi'erty of said defendant, Also, Table: and Hall Lamps, Lamp Globes and

.J f ..ii-n J to Ins frvnds in New York.Kiir January next.Dt'Ccmber Nov. 12. 1.659. 4CC KcnOSEVE: & LAUD OILS.For and to be sold to satisfy said. writ $, IS:g. 4S-3m --- -- -- sale by AMES A LIVELY cording to law. rian Marble and Terra Cotta Figures China Jewel
> : CULCKS (1\ NF.W: YoRK rJILE$ 'I LOVES I : Nutniegs, Cinnamon, Allspice, Mace,
I _______ ___ Nay 14. 1850. 20 Feb. 4. 6-Ids: R. SAUNDERS, Sh'ft/ Boxes, Segar Stands Card Stands, Cup, iln,;s, tc.
and li'ai-k.: Mustard __ _ _
,,, :Seed
In ": 'HM(* to suit i>tirciartrt.E. Pepper (Cayenne ) :: ----- Also, Papier Jlache Writing Desks and Work

!.a', I L:. 11<<5'. 11 TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE Bottle )Mustard Jamaica Gill!;.r, Race Ginger in The Original Extract Quality FALL 1rINTER Boxes, Backgammon Boards, Chess tJen, Dominoes,:
Lumps and Ground Olive Oil, Gelatine Makers GOODS.
Bags, Leather Satchels Table Mats Japanned
A. SHINE7JrTrCOMIIISSIONMERGIIAXT SADDLERY Cocoa Yeast Powders, Soda and Seidlitz Powder', Corn Starch, Waiters! itc.
AND Seltzers .AH.-rieut.| also Citrate of Magnesia I at the I ARED for Ice Cream Also V
PREP expressly Pud.lingo nnilE subscribers are nofr opening an extezsive: Rtzors Razor Strops.IIarr Brushes,Shaving
..1'c ic>:n.cor Coiner Drug :Store.: J. R. GREGORY d CO. I Runes Mange,Custards, Pies Porritfe.Ac: JL. and well assorted Stock of Brushes, Tooth Brushes. At.:

.. ...0 I-IARNESS! -Nov. 12. 185' 46 I Received fresh by AME3 A: LIVELY; Also, a fine assortment of Head Net, and Hair
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( 1 I May 21. 1859. 21Congress FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Pins. IS" Call and see, at
EST ISHMEHT.!\ Congress Water --------
to which they would respectfully invite the attention MYERS Jk; GORMAN'S.Aii .

TALLAHASSEE I : FLORIDA. --u--- FRESH SUPPLY, at tie CORNER DRUG Water.AFRESH of intending purchasers. In addition to their usual ,

-- -- -- rIjlE srnscRii5iu.: _. :STO.kE; ; .If J. R. GREGORY: A CO. SUPPLY, just received and for sale assortment of Gentlemen's clothing, they are also : Ordinance7o
SALE DAYS-EVERY-- .-SATURDAY-- i JL having J'urch !<.-,1 f ,.. /4"'h; V 1 1i Novjiiber 12. 1S59. 46 AMES A:: LIVELY. opening a supply of Boys and Youths Clothing, a I prevent Boxliny Alley in the City of TolloJiatut.
-- '- class of hitherto much needed to meet the
\ !I. I ;MicfS i ii.tiu.-te.l t" his rare will ine..t i the interest of tl.e late t t': ._- .p,r' i ij May: 14, 185(). 20White demands goods of the Young so America" Tallahassee. SECTION 1. lie it orJiiixed ly lie Jnteiulant anj
Rock Potash
DAVID 11 HULL, --- -- ---
t ':. ,pi. !:ipt/ attentivil!. Ci'lieignments retptrct- j in .':: ; 1'-r. of the City of Taltatiasee, Thai
1 V ", ,I. : i the Carri.t.:=::e. Saddlrry : nnsT SORT JIT TIII COIIXEK VRUG STORE. Lead. Their Stock consists in part of from and after the passage of this Ordinance, it shall

: ;". i and Harness 1iusm..u. .... '-B not be lawful fur any person to establish, conduct or
Ladies Dress Goods
EXTRA and 1 No. 1 Ground in Lin-
J. R. GREGORY & CO. pure :
so long kept by him ;V PURE for Ten
keep public use Pio
--- --- ---- ---- i : rI Oil, just received and for sale by any Alley or
I would respectfully inform rit ..i Nov.:!, 1859.: 46 Black figured and Watered Dress Silks, Gros du Alley within the limits of said city.
J. I the inhabit.-i's! :: .,f __ = ..-= Rhine Colored Silk Robes, Plaid and figured colored SEC. 2. Be it further ordained, That any person
Delicate Food for the Sick. May 21 I, 1S69. 21
tHC! )1lt:I & COMMISSION ;MCRUIAXT I LEON and aoj..i-.i, -- I Silks, a fine assortment of"alll'fJf' Delaines,Print- offending against the provisions of this Ordinance- .
I Counties, that In- will continue the business! in all its PEARL BARLEY. S-g". Tapioca: Fauna Corn I T EMONS. Guava and Current Jellies Prunes, ed Cashmeres, Debaiges and Lustres: an assortment shall be subject to a fine of not less than twenty dollars -

TV.i DfX'Rs AitoTE AXES .t LIVELY. branches. &t the Old Stand \here may be found at ,, Arrow Root warranted. fresh at the I JL Pears, Sardines, Pickled! Oj*ters.Brandy PeacbGinijer of Ca.-hmei e !Robes Emb'd Collars, Marseilles Colt nor more than one hundred dollar. fnr asoL M<]
t .. ... I
Corner Dnvf..: --. .*. u .00. *' ooA I ... ._ ,.. .. .,, such Ten Pin
N'T \NT LV t hand and receiving fresS all times *, Pe..e.1 L.- 1.__ J'" ,1',. anti i 'o, Lit C 'J tuiuiei K-uuM ana HemstitchedHandkerchiefs every day Bowling or Alley is conducted

*/ r ..o.t.nwotni r ..ni_. i-.tene sup y0I IZnrlnrnj1-.......;.._ D.l It __. "'.-.J..>>c", __'r. .1(2._Ii59._ h_ 016 ______ t Green Gage Marmalade, Lemon Syrup, Raspberry I I a l1ent'ralll.llsortment of Swiss, Jaco or kept as aforesaid, at the discretion of the

I I. -.i.| 1 III felectii. go<.d-> I.' till orders from Harness, Br l"..l, \Vhips, Trunks Aromatic Tonic Bitters.rpIIEsE Jo.. Strawberry do, Pin Apple tin., and Ginjfer net and Thread Edgings and Insertions Muslin and Intendaot. I'
'i v. anil,] ut the towe mm ket pi lev*. Couuin I and laehine do, Raspberry! Vinegar: Fresh Salmon Lobster, Cambric Flouncing, Dimity Bands, Black and White SEC. 3. Be furt/ter ordained. That all ordinance '

; ::1.<.,>. : >l all other g"ud* cou'ipied t<. me forii.i HellingOf Delightful and Invigorating BITTERS liatliock Ualhbut rind Shad., Aborted Pickles, Blond Lace, Bonnet, Belt and Cap Ribbons, Velvet or parts of ordinance authoming the licensing of
V \ ; ri '. ive prompt attention. The citizens: of I every variety. And in fact every article usually _1_ are an invaluable! article for thoee afflicted withDvppepsia Scotch Ale and Porter. Ribbons euch Alleys and inconsistent with the provisions of

.', -i.-. and vicinity arc rtfpectfully '(lk-ited tu.11I..11 i kept in fueli an ctablihui: ; and'hc hopes .by atteutiou ligeslioii! or I loss of Appetite and those 30,000 Havana Segars. Book Muslins, Check Matins, this ordinance, be and the same are hereby repealed.

..1 \. ,. and )'ri'e my good bef ire purchasing to the interests of hU customers to mel.it a I ,whu are sulfeiing! fiotn Debility incident to recovery I AMEs A LIVELY. I Jaconet Curtain Passed January 23, 1660.

J L "I-. Every article \\arraoted to be as repre- continuance: of the jialronage s<> liberally! Uctounlupin I from sickness .r 1 latitude attendant in Warm Climates May 21, 1859. 21 5. SWIM Cambric, D. P. HOaUE Ictendant.

t- V .1 j t t". !the! purcha.er. his predecessor. J. E. PURDY. I will find in the Aromatic Tonic Bitters a valuable !- I -- --- -- --- -- -- Paris Tarletons, Attest:CHARLES: UCTCUrNSON, Clerk.

\? -I M..VJ.; 16 _____ The subsciiber would also inform{ Lis friends and remedy bracing and renovating the system Cod Liver Oil. Nainsook Muslin, Lawns, Jan. 28,186U. 5-4w
the public that be stiil continues the Agency of the i when prostrated. Brilliants white and colored Bobinet and Silk Illugion

A. j7PEELER'S well known and justly celebrated Directions for use accompany the Bottle. I 11'Rr.sn AND PURE of celebrated "Ik oJjj" :Kid Gloves, Gauntlet,Silk and Thread Gloves V

IMieeler Wilsons Macliines.Tallahassee Prepared and Bol.t; bv Clark & Ci>. i Rushton's. 1 TUKXO &-
4.$ Sewing .

TA1.LA1IAPSE.: TLOIW.\ I I -- -, Sept :?i. 1859. :9PLMTE'S ---- :Successors to EDWAUU BARNARD.NovemWr _May_2 1, 859._2 1_ Bonnets, Bloomers, &c., 41, ) ; )

I 12 11<:>9. 46 Ladies Trimmed Silk, Satin, White and Colored .sv 4SD
T \ITJ. I'raciie"-I the Circuit Conrtsof Gadcdeo.I T US T RECEIVED-A supply ol Mrs. ALLEN'S FACTORSrnrral
HOTEL --- ---- -------
Ladies and Misses
Bloomers French
Straw Bonnets.
T I.'flt,. WakuIlaJel1eron MIIJ l Mailu-m. and! I : Fluid t J Hair Restorer and Zilobalsamnm. ,
I Superior Burning Crepes, Wreaths, RuscLvs! ; end Flowers.Mantillas ...
a'tci] J pnHiij.tly to the collection uf notes and ac- For sale by AMES i LIVELY.
Tl::. .f.\: ESy ; :.OR:3.1.!: \
t' Mi.t111 any ofaid t'ounties. CAMPHENE LARD & NEATS FOOT OIL, IIIY 21, 18i9. 21 ;
I I ( J fl- <)(Tice iu the Capitol, opposite the door of the | 11 I 4Ucrauts,
.. rJ"IIE Proprietor ff tie above Establishment takes \T7ARRANTED FRESH-at the corner Drug :
Alt.nney'n!: G nral 1uiC.! ,
I't-b.. i7.1S.,8.! : 9-1 f |I, _.I. this method 1 of returning lila thank to the public! 1 V store. J. R. GREGORY A CO. English Oil, A general assortment of Cloth Cloak. and Mantillas NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF.C. .
-- --------- generally for their duiin, .-tho I Dec. :to 1".',9. 48
patronage /; past year A PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For sale of all cclors. sizes and prices. F. HANCKEL,
-- -- ----- -- - --
FIRE INSURANCE i i and would respectfully solicit a cuutinuaucc'of the ('OIET:: LAST .Li. by the Cask or gallon. Velvet :Mantillas, Chenille Point, Chenille and w. :r.t TU5S0,
same, as be has maJeADDITIONAL AMES i:: LIVELY. Wool Shawls, Knit Shawls. :r.l R. TUNXO } Charleston, S. C.


PKXXJiYLVAXIA.:: : j in his House since last Fall, and is now prepared to (;KO\VTII OF 1859 Gentian Fancy & Staple Dry Goods. _
the absence of of firm fepsr.. D. C.Vilsoo .
accommodate all to he fecl. A j on our ,
onCE.tSOX.lBI..U ,
:" IIIC ajaiust I..ns b% Fire on the usual terms "XT7"IIICH as quality] cannot .urpn IN
French and American Printed
JN t t"F. Fancy PrinU, English
I A Son of Tallahassee Fla.
\ \ of km ,. t.. found the representus
II. FLAGG TER.1IS. variety ever* Agent'I Muslin, French and English Merinos French and
receive and advance all for
St.... J. GREGORY A CO. upon designed
--illaliayMH December Drug j
18. 1JS58.! 61
None need fear fur want of Rooms and I Erl'ton Gingnamf. Englith Chintz Black Alpaccas, HANCKEL TUNNO A
good good I Dee 24. 1 Sri,. 32 j jWILLLPE rI"IIF.sE BITTERS are an infallible remedy fur UI ; KOWELL
Faie. There, is anOYSTER and all disorders, arising from a deranged: Silk and Cotton Velvets, White Marseilles Printed Chalestn, .

:M. P. ELLIS SALOON AND BAR P. SLUSSERI j condition of the digestive: organs. Dyspepsia. Debility Opera Flannels. Ladies and Gents White Merino Jan. 28.I860.. 5 t Seotl 1 copy.
Liver Complaint, Low Spirits, Want of Appe- Vests, bleached and brown Shirtings aud Sherting

V COMMISSION: : ;3ILIUHAXT.J. -counectiou with the liSt1. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA titt,. Ac.: For sale: by AMES A LIVELY linen Sheeting" and Shirting bleached and brown NOTICE TO ALL .
C. U. FISHER 21, 15.89. 21GARDEN Drilling\ Satinets Denim!, Cassimere, brown and 1
IuWItAL advance made 1 on Cotton rroprietor.NoVembu'r
: : or ASP Irish Linens
J striped OsnaburgK, Hosiery! Georgia -o---
lo fit s-t class houkeo iu New Yol k.ept I 12. 185' 46 5
-- -- --- IRON WART \\ RETAIL and Plains Bed Blankets Negro Blankets,
: 1I0LF.S.H.CX1I : SEEDS.crcwtia Kerseys : retnrnmff? Lis thanks for the liberal patron
> :i4, hi;; I GIII- .< .
-- I P. B. BOKAV'S.L1VtIIY DEALER ix PLAIN, FAXI: AND: JAPANNEDWAKE. of iOSO. blue, green: scarlet_. und saddle Blankets.Gent's. IN age heretofore bestowed upon him the undersigned -
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Edward : I iNn SALt "\ \ 7E nnJ well would respectfully inform the public that be
M. West STJBLfSJ are now receiving a large; selected still continues theCAKIlIAtJE .
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Stove Ilrad-Qnartors. \ \ .\.or'nl... .'it is f S f.f.d.C.mprisingan Clothing.Black .

AUCTIONEER& COMMISSION .MERCHANT \ SPLENDID assortment of C kins. I Parlor fitousiTC vuiiety of the best: and most reliable I Cloth Coats Doeskin COllb,Twee
'f TALLAHASSEE FLA. I :y.-n. IIE form Proprietor bis friends would and the m.1 .L V. and Wood Stoves,trimmed with oeatue Vegetable and Agricultural Seeds. and Beaver Coats. Buffalo, Beaver, Sealskin, Black In all its various branches -- -
and at reduced 1 and at the OLD STAND opposite
I )r.OlIPT attention eireo to Consignments to bis .public. that lie has rebuilt his._ durability prices. I In the selection of our sfiK-k, the greatest care has Cloth and Satinet Overcoats Capes. Fancy Caskimerc. the Book Store, -

I ,are. Rooms next door to Ames d; Livelv'i arge lirick SUibles, at the old stan], and is now Out Door Work.Roofing. bft-n observed l ; and ai a further precaution the viInlity I Doeskin, Tweed and! Fancy Satinet Pants. and by strict attention t -T .-V _

i :'''i.:' SUwe. [LDce.l'l. 1859. tI. prepared to accommo late his friends and customers I' .Ornarwntal Front Heads. G uttering Cop of the Seeds is generally tc&trd before belli1? I Fancy Ca-oeimei Linen bosom e Vests Shirts Silk, Satin and Collar and Italian Marseilles Cloth hopes to his business to 1

------ -- -- -- lIt' also bas attached to his Stublea, a good Black- per arid! Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead, Sheet oir,-re Pants and Shirts
OTTO LANGE einitli Shop where be will have have done all kiuilol Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work those that are fresh AnI"C! the tel reliable Shirt and Collars; Woollen AcBoy's share of the public patronage. t
Plantation work. Horse shoeing,nod Carriagework! in I of very variety done at short notice. AMES & LIVELY. I'I'diarnctf'r. : .

WATCH dfi&.1IAKER the very best manner and with promptness and di-. City and Couufry Itlorrtiaitls -Nov-5C.-- 1859. 47 -- & Youth's Clothing.Cloth lie would! also inform :

pitch.Novembers. Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur A Home Production Frocks, Tweed Cassimere and fancy Satinet the public that Le
1R53. 44 CoToGEAr5usI
And Jeweler ---- -- ____ ohnoing_ elsewhere.Cf ,: -0- Coats ribbed Satinet Oversaek, blue pilot and blue bas fitted up a room

JIOXTICELLO,FLA., Carriages, Buggies, and HarnessFor ? N. B. All articles manufactned from the very FERGUSSOX'S: blanket oversacks. fancy Cassimere Pan"1 black Cas-

A \ "OT'LD refpertfullv inform the citizens of Mi]. Sale by P. B. Brokaw.UV best material and warranted durable. No other art timers and Tweed Pants, Ac.Hats.. Picures taken from a small size up to a cabinet:
swill be offered for sale.
\ \ die and East Floiida that he designs making F10RIDA ARROW ROOT and life size. DAGCMEEOTJ copied and enlarged
Subriber has just received' October :20.1855. 42 ,
!mimi visits theee nectiom. of country for rl"lIB to life size, either on paper canvam. ready fur
through : -- -- o
V VV.s .
# iarge supply of Carriages, :) expressly: for the
:!11 I .*..impose be t entrusted I( doing any his work in the above line .Uuggies. and Harness which}. he offers. GRAND OPENING II'1 it nursery-warranted equal to Bf Nutria Pocket Hats, black painting. Call and examine WM. KUfllS.V
V to care. .4 Q
may for wale on the most reasonable terms. IK TilE pet i..r to every other preparation for all culinary and l French CMli'n.-If'.Planters,Hungarian,Peal,Smoke, ( V S-tf scmen. -
ALSO- November 18. 185-1. 46 dietetic purp *e< ; extensively used and held in high Maine and Saxony Hats 1,18Co
_ MONROE STREET llavelock Slate: Antique
\ f Puddings, BluixjManire. boj' ADd cbi'ilrtn'hats in every style. Gent's glazed

V -. |'"!ible piicvs.'fkf DENTISTRY.DU. LAWRENCE OHLMAN. PEOFBIETOE.1ITIZESS 1 Ice Cream Custards. Cakes, and acknowledged hats, fashionable, moleskin lUlu, straight and bell Gulf City & Interior Rail

"'at Refcrture qireu if required -t'- by all to be the very be-t of diet for invalids. shaped. Men's and Boy's cloth caps silk plush caps. Road
Atrul, 1,1859.: 18-ly /"" of Tallabasee atxl l vicinity and stranVy : Fur sale'in any quantity to suit purchasers by Company.

_ invited AMES: A LIVELY, Agent.
gets sojourning; therein are respectfully
: Boots and Shoes. j
POST & MEL to call and examine for themselves my new and elegant Jan. 51. I860. 4

Stock <>f A very larce assortment! of Ladies antI Misses Gai NOTICE is hereby that i in conformity with!

COMMISSION MERCHANTS DRY GOODS. CLOTHINO. State Bank of Florida, t..... Bu kin8."anti Hipper of every quality and size .f gven. City Railroad Cbmrnc V

FANCY GOODS. HATS A CAP -AT- with and without heels. Gent's best calf wateproof ny books will be opened in Tallahassee, at the Store

61 I>'o'd.'as Slrcrl, SHOES A: BOOTS EMBROIDERIES I :: Ac, TALLAHASSEE. Boots and Shoes. Planters Boot and Shoes of all of R. A. SLiof'jr.on Saturday the 21st Janur

NEV'V' C>B..LE.A.NS. T. J. CUR LEE 'nd a gr-at many other articles too numeious to mention kill.]!!. Hunter's ools. Ploughman's boots, Youth's I860, and a the Store of Dan'l Litdd. in e"'prt

\VOITLD return bis grateful: acknowledgements adapted f-r the City mid Country trade! now or:: OFFICE Rl'TGF.RS': IlflLDING. ;QIOIIT and B-'v's Boots and :Shoes: a great variety of ChiIdrcn's for subscriptions ta the Capital Stock of sid

ItE.'EU TO I ? to the citizens of Southern! Georgia, and Middle open for inspection. Purchasers will fin,!at this Establishment bhoes.ttc.! A large supply cl Russet Brogans,
and East FlixiJa for the very liberal patronage the very Late t Stjlesof the seawni. EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND Northern and Madison made. panT.The bo ks will b* opened under the supervision of ,

t' 'rs. Thomas J Perkins A Co, Tallahassee, Fla... received from them during the )pat five or fil years. A long experience:] in this business antI fir t rate c-'n- S NEW OULEANS FOR SALE. ALSO Hardware and Iron. Nail, Notions Sad- the following Commissioners : o e.R.A. Shine, Joseph *

I. II. harris i Co.. Quincy.V "' He will continue: the practice of the above profession ntTti"ii., enable the .rojfirtor to progress with thb WI!. BAILEY, Fred I lent. dlery: Fancy (3..nd Crockery Glassware, Perfume Chaires and Daniel Ladd. Esq.
Dciiltamil' Palmer Montictllo
.. in thc.e nectiiMis (>f country and has, made ..ucLarr.u11lI'Dlt'011l age and prtxluee: new and fanhiontble gofxls at the W. R PETTES. Cashier. ry Tin ware, Ac.Bagging. .an 14, 1840. 3
Heard A Denham, St. Marks. with! manufacturers of Dental Materi and the most
; opening of Hie f eas&.n'. !thereby keep 8
Mi, James Filor, Kev West, enable him to FfLL Mtts of February (19._1859.. __
alXu..lh, as to put up attractive' Stock in the city.
M 1 -''". !ok Naught! "
N. MtKiuuoo J Co Thouiasville o
: than charged for
hundred dollar less u usually
one QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS" A full of Family Groceries such as Teas,
\' -UI*I 14, 1S58. S3-ly the name in the :South: ; (be mean what be Kays.) andguarantees MILITARY ACADEMY.
-- -.- be BCAGTIII-L: and we venture to astonish rnrrhMt'1'I' with) our low prices Coffee Su ar. Rice, Soap, Candles,Spices. Candies p 4
; as North South. I nnd hope by strict attention t.. the business to rpHE SUPERINTENDENT was for eleven year Burning Flui.1. Oils, Paint", Tobacco :Snuff:: Cigars, .
/E'I'NAINSURANCE KEKvicrAKLE 5 can l c put up or 8arJil..... Sauces' Pickles Soda, Salt, At: ,
Those in need of Li. service, can by roppine! a I receive liberal share of public latr.na.e.LUIILMAN.: JL an officer of the South Carolina State Military Essences, :EIcw.
Mont'-ccllo Madwou 1'Ia.. AcatWuiics. For a circular addressC. Brandies Wines,Gin. Rum and Whiskey.
birh either or
CONPANY. note to at
40 C. TEW. UilUborough, N. C. ALSO a good assortment of Drugs constantly kept .
have the work Jt-ne, aud time to teat it bsJrfni\ PMl. October. 1S59. Patented Dee. 27tb, 1859.TE
-- hand.
March 12. 18S3.: 11-ly on ,
ing far it. BLACK-SMITHING I TalahssiseSept! 24, 1859. 89 f call tte atteotkn of the public oar
if desinKL \ t 1fW
:T The best references given I
Cheap Groceries V V PLOW. feeling satisfied that it the most

l:crporatrd in 1S19.Charier( rerveinal.0 December 1858. 61 _. _VVV rMlESUlISCRIBER givesuoIV I Grist Mill. convenient, valuable plow yet in e_
= hots that be 11\11 opened his /-CONSTANTLY ('U band and for sale by the tab an ecl
ted and when all
-- "THOGUE AMAKER, _BLACKSMITH 1101': again ill I \J wriber. between the Tallahassee R. R. D?pot STEAM: GRIST MILL bas been put .p and others., This mujL.is the h of crielle(.

( A* IS ITAL-SI.OOO.ooo. COUNSELLORS connection with his LIVELY STABLE: '" ture he wil I aiid Card}'* Foundry and tiircctly opposite( LOIS A i in DOW in operation near the Tallahassee Rail- who lave examined pf arc are prepurisi' sell.
ATTORNEYS k Lave done all kicJ of Plantation and Carriage work I Jc: UIfU; consIsting: vf 1
"road D.put. Those wishing their Cora ground can and call special attentioa of tW pablra
'\.., !:>. AGAINST/>PS AXD DAMAGE BT FIKJC!:, I AT xJw, -\I..SO- I I UAOO PoiK. Ftocfcofall qualities be accommodated. patt. th secure theta MOO. The plow
"XTKCMft: ADAPTKI>TO THE IIAZAED.AXD of HORSE SHOEING'in the bet maooer WIUSKET. SCOAE. STRIT.: MEAL lt t wlin may 'leave
in the practice I very ; Days of Grinding -Tutsday, teea and will patternshisfflbnted
fonnea co-partnertlip
UIXSlSTKSiT:! WITH THE LA Wli TTAVE a P..ao.rUIn Owoss Tinisir BEITS. TATERS, tc.: c Lyd
( ,
OF COMPENSATION.B. .[1 Law and will attend to any profewional buu- j ( ) and done will with use every dispatch endeavor and tt suit to have eutomerr.work I Terms as low as at any other Railroad SUtUn, Thursday and SalurdavTIIOS.. at cli plaee EOXfcY. very soon. .
I entrusted to tUir carf. I BAKXARD: t COi .
C. LEWIS Agent Dell AMAKER. P. B. BRQKAW. I and for Cash (\n1\! ". TIIO: BARNARD.NUT. .
D.l'.HOmF..A. PERRY I November 26 1889. 47 ..Ta..14,18t&V zf
For Tallahawe end ricioity4 January, 1S 59. a ;, 26,18591: 17 .
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_-, ..-.-- -. --. -'- T.fnrtoD. Speaker Pcnniaglou. I ''ie" Item I MESSZ I'rOn5-'fLo aitfcle! (Tended an j '; last llihafec Sentinel, appear.a'Ioa"

ng In Lavlog come I It it Mid that the Black Republican are beginning The Caruornia mail has arrived at SL Lonis.- Appeal to Sont'acra Patiiotisr.jHrli zip I Ipean.d '.' from GC.U. R. K. Can.--drponru to b* ar* ;
ltrnRL This geutlen now our- "
ir J.1lJHbIn1 I been bit in the i-lection Tb Democratic LegIslative cAUCUS tend with letter rcceirvd.I. Ly him from a "*
here to ak comjHjiifation of our LeinsUture for the to feel that they have I contest ta the ia a Lite! Floridian; .Il to a P.nonal
: while his iiiUnion to Florida. Hontst ; was ended % nomination Governor Latham fri.od.'b t'.'!oli' tical fume," rn'ultnl somewhere N r.kof :
he incurred men every the !
on Pentiington. the
of Mr. Speaker ; of
rxpens real The complaints" ago )r5Dixon'. line. This is the
- I I
In relation to the merit*of the el.im'.Judje Ycl v cv- whore will that their: n.i'dving may r.3t prove CD the! list ballot after his name was introduced..
: tA1.i AHAlSELtUDVV ton jiac Lie duly with nil the I' grievrd South! arts set foith'so j'istinctly! andmasterly of the kind published by that ?gentleman! in theT.Ul.ihiiwc
." Ji"hargC1 which r"iMll. the efforts ofany gromiule Ptnnington'a nnteeedents lire cut exaoil I Ta'u malt was /juit unexpected. It U thought p.ip-rs. The present one, (we asrctwrtati

-- I860..rr j success.'':ntUman.:eu1 FI.'ri.!alendc press I w,1 as our .\- of tie uJt-n Black! stripe. The pally) which tl-t! hr.re the clow of the winter a Senator will I that they stamp tie salmr: .is a win 'Seqtiae!.) to in -I..- rJd..r'7rJ with ab.l.iv. a ::01.)

S.\T. ; Z'EJrAn.13, _._ .. { for in the I,, be- Senator Jut4e Baldw'n It jmi-t prmSnce! : j! fr lt9 :*ou;". and a rr.anly I pitri"t-c loi.r." AcJ v>
', :- --- on'n. have lung since fjmten out MI nominated: Lira for Congre.s \.as a iniii1 1 i.ifair.: ii ltcel! to succeed G wn. j of n:> ordinary capacity. (

.;''. -. >U- -\- LODGE* No. i.jy li'e-t upon llse puU.c; of ke-o;-i'g alive! that nsiijly the tiiie! : *|1''jW're unctru. last 'w''vii* sects wB letters ti-Lu c>min the, rrm.i.k II"tt..r do<.r

Sr.'Ti iirA'r 4 r" iuirte4U.t rflarmHtnl .a 1lq the wa)of. a "lc.f.llt.rmil"ton.leh. I Know Nothings an.) ar.ti..J..ccOII'l'tulI Democrat, c* Judge Baldwin' successor on the bench.Ijculcnunt .- of "rl). ciiJt-r! witch we.Jrfo''! from on* <\ ho t.is hern in the tet\ice .r'1 j e>-tn rnnl >
af Ib/31aflI Hsn tsA i it i I m.1 I ivere.'me ftlur. glowing S -IIt ; I
$ sb.- '* t- l> jTaen 1. i.I.1i..d .
?* > : 1.; had resolution invited the pitrioticarid was to have been in- n..lia tl.. n-iiMmnij "f A$" iew. ml. imtey,5toe' |
the service 1 in their tiny Downey
cv-f. n; .VTIIICK lIOl :TOfX. 11.4 Judge t\t.t.l.n! )year to ; an: been fruitlessly laboitijj: for s'ars. Th\.j-*Q' I
fbranr uV .S rrfJirto..tr.nounce. nP" --jirily lo expend A large turn of m. ney out (.f "iiscrvalite men oi 1I111.arti... aid sections of angurat?]as Governor oa the 14th. mO\'I.J pa-iii r"t'r.ts in n irjval i 1 a2ins. are worTl! ef
} : 'G ___ == IIi:* own piivatc !IiUlA. and withdrew himself fromu I differences lie mi.id must indeed he agitated and i tar c.HliJcrat on Trout this eir:;iiii>tanc<; a.ime. .1u-.
: f.r the law. i is believed that the Union w ho deprecate the! unhappy -Governor Latham sent special message to the of our Kiiostdistinguished I from the lobi ity of the nu\hi mud l\i\ (it inln t" iu.r

'Y ctu\lodZcd !II;lutI-liH.l.r..th.e pravtiee worth or S'.O I a year and that which exitt between the |xi>jl* of tho iliiTeren Action : j Seimte[ 1011 relation to the six southern counties of to no o-tlinary depthlwn one it f" Auf, i it i* ..li:.TcJ bv'many ever in 'I I. pccj
Cadsdeo wi j C msr/-ted'by.t lil*. t., unite with u, the piinripie that the th State and. churns \lio laingles not in political I -old Dtmntratic county th:4 t'uve: Irtt-r ar. (-ntn
; 1jc3. 'AM K. I n.nr. eoci tyt lie ) f;.5'1.) I i* mnny upon Ito !";, p proposing separate from '
aJ S (; ';.ll' A fe'fi't6th "fh'4f' Mij..r ml urn.)4 1.1' c..nip-n.tioii should). be Iftgh, and inhabitants cf the) Territories shah have the right organizing under a territorial form of government 1 stiiff, c",:es forth t') ni-iko an appt-al up thai bl the the" General personal t ahojHhe fnnul but' C">r political bantam rfim.T; ,"anj..

! Ocr"ral'; Uff!, Ut l>-i..n; .-f >1..rc. Militia: ; at the I hit e..iumiasiegi I"ntiut(1 regulate their soei.il and unwlIie aiT.irin their! He) Governor says that a two third vote i i. necessary for soatlieri i limits-for i5eint.eJi! : iud! [[eud- whoiff they are iJJrenseJ, exists only in the nr.ngmj.'

e Mi.t t -l>c hviJ in }tA Af xt.J The above i I i-oiu the: )Slontgomory Confederation own war. tulject only to the pro\.i"ion5\rtlu, Federal I. to pans an act authorizing such paration and the defte of interest lion-there being co bone amid sinew abvct him...
.. of the lltlii in.t.C..1 once. proves
-- tUink b.I.Jtbe
of admission O.ir tbf'y'w"ultllo"'K
,- I ) rstitution.. with the privilege that no further action is necessary on the part of people seem to .
j'.We rr nutliorizefl) to nnuunce Ytlverton i. a very clever! gentleman and 5 iul" tie Union whenever: they may mate applie-a- tl e State to consummate this The authorization felt in the subject by men of ..!1! political Irturs receited from the persontl fiiei.d1 fc.n
purpose. \
It i h :lie political em'm '., were n'fO: pomslmeJ.; I/ do! ont
Al.ib.iuu. true
I,... O. W. PARS I I Lr.. (f I.en N'lnt.I a mn- on:ht to l.c.wet paid by lion and l.aie agreed by a fair tote to their Con- of Congress, however lie suggests will Ler.cce5ary. beaiing1. Never before in our history as a b-Jic-ve there i* any founaltoo for the 'lI:mS4't; mad*
State but that
succeed in
: Jid.xt5 &uf Mrj-r Gforal. the .W( rl li i.i..n. did not diimtMnheringotir .. f-itutoi.:: He doubts not that the aggregate sentiment peoplj' have the nmasses leen BO thoroughly I that the General viiU-ruiin an Hia of rvliaqBicun-,

: L ulT Militia! st the el!.H5.>n in May n_xt i U no reason ,'Ilylle shoill: not be (orII.nSt.le -]. Hi:* WILl pretty much the Douglas r1Iltf'Jrm-cer. of the Stete is opposed to a separation: and aroused to a sense of their wrongs and inju- I the comf..rts and enjoyments of priritto life tj nr;.J
much 1.ii bed crowded in Prate be
leserveajcst j at a' thnuh enter the fi.IJ.I now our p"uo :
[2V"e arc atitliorizwl; ti aunrmnceJ. nit proved a failure. The Cftuati&J"'oollllim tuinly it \as not arid tarot Black! llepubVcnoiin.-.ii si- he considers it proper that! Congress should decide lios.i Never has a feoliuj: rtsUtance been aspirants for Scnatoiial honors. OH no1! n. ,;u, ';
Sul-sequently I Mr. Pennington expressed striqit whether the opinion of the people of the proposedTuritory j and drtent-ined believe such tbin-I-'lIr:1ily Fiiend."Whatever .
well Floriduns always be j exhibited of Midi a unanimous any
WILLIAMS as a can lidate for; O iu-lof COtnu.1 Very -i I iEt.d of the resolation In a speech afrer
aj'provnl .
JUlS ought to be accepted as conclusive.It may have prompted the a':>oic wt knv
te E; ttL I lorula Militia at the ltionre liKJ'py to ''t hm.ut cannot help looking upon wards delivered) at Newark according lo the Journal character. That great con3l'\,3t\'C class
; t' 'III't uneasiness but U certain, there it nu the Vu
..o.t I U said that at Salt Lake considerable not, one tiling
)his project a g jvke. particularly) in
: nlnuni'n a of Commeree he declared he had given and which wields the balance of power : every I,
i)1- I for such on the! hObO
foundation imputation
I since \' -rt Ft.'rida-tbe section proposed to. exists among the heads of the Church in con an ; Y tit
I .ry should give no pledges, and that if they took him baa been induced! by tu first of '
community and Cca
: areautlit-rizcd to announce be cut tiff-has .-sliiIitedauch a decided: repugnanceto sequence of the evidence that a large emigration purpose, candor political integrity c'

; D. tllUM-i J,7ersen county. a. a candi, I the new relation our Alabama. cousiua woul.l at all, it inurt be as a man take his wife, for better will take place from the Territory in the spring toPike' law of nttul'c-sd'r(6elyatior.-to give the I II I \Ve Jo not Jtcni worthy ta repel .ucbu i-: '.>.4t -

.h l'ij'} c for trs n ai'ier G<'turalf the Miiitii vnibraed.vltlin I co.ix her iat\ or the fur worse.)?i -01lri He had been, but opposed he approved to die repealof theaction I Peak and Carson valley. Brigham Young w. i iglt of its: iuflisi-nce ln aclt:1trrn and !t ton: for it "i'l: of itself: i.itrt with tl.at mci.l ui (ta.t .
; Ui? MJ-tle. Judicia! CircuitDemocratic 1 of GoWalker in Kansas and had he been strongly: rpl'eI suds emigration.Fred. : I uny'u'diiir.! A po'itic411 C'.:;::: .' is insKir.rj! its t furs ;it si w'I: sCs4rveti, by every e.tndiJ an.) MBUascJ -

Tlie J-loridian & Journal juMifiVs his Excellency Douglass, of Rochester N. Y., delivered I heart of the b'ouili, that i m ii.'i. I'or the icformali of the! Friend thj
the for the relief of Gen. Hop- iu Congress would hau.\'oterl for the Crittcnden way i.i'.o thaery "
for tEd
not Mgnins t.i the 15thJanuary I I : !his n4.ir.y. over : hi:' good Deir.ecttit
I Meeting. \ 1"1". and pivrs very plausible reasons. If Gov. amendment which it U well known provided foradmitting a lecture. before on slavery! at Liverpool and respectable on audi must materially sT.ct(! the fatarv for w"J or t taunty;' however wo gratuitously! tell! thcmh! t t ,.
Perry i, rihl.(0 are glad cf it. But we submit slave! State. a numerous
0::7" Notice ia'vTcby given l'at: there will I to tIts public the fact that the: Ull passed both Kansas ai n be ence. The lecturer was received with much cheering woe. \Ve iro calleii Kpo.i; as tiromatlUect I kttcr was left with the Editors cf d.o Srniit'. aLl
be 4 'flectI';; r ,\\tf, nprnoprarv, nf LPnn in HOIIM cue committee almost of siaajtjinouslvatsd Investigation, to w.e whom I lad: supposed tin- ;** fair With;r..l1no1lor these antecedents the uJjjr, there worshippers"seem to to be in ami for nearly two hours he reiterated hit the usue and tL-!i (?t llu: (!! .11..0 for ln.! we!. i they cariie:;'y solicited Gen. Call to reply to it. anj

1 the City of TalUhaisce! on the third Monday ter was referred by the General Assembly. werein doubt whether their election of Pcunington be a well known sentiuunta in regard to slavery. The fare of our beloved s :tillt. give LU rcj JY! fur puUicitiun.: V"e wished to uV. i

,, of March, being the first day of Leon Circuit |>osee8 ion of the tame evidence UIKMI which the victory or a defeat. Rev. Hugh Stowell Brown occupied the chair, andintroducing With! such a f'dilg rife: i.i th-! Lint?, who ; the le'tsr: from tha! "Iler:1Df New York sj o..nj
Governor based Its objection.j We Cur : the that it won'.. b.tij'stkm .
lire't'ry h denounced was only prevented on ground -
I Court, for the purpose of selecting l tMrgati's from doing him injustice but there is uo Imim in A New York correspondent] write* in the lecturer slaveryin uill! assert that? ; the'! South will quittly tt'.nlit a

tho in the bringing these matters before the publit2iaey will The Republicans have received a severe blow the strongest terms, and made some uncomplimentary tuo of I Ilepulilicsn: President ; of the sar.cty: ifprisatcc.trrs-u-uonien "
I to represent County approaching to inauguration a Tie )letter also: r.xhibi'td to thc Editors: .f'ie
think and deUrmine upon them.-Sentinel.Tlie from recent event As a party they have not remarks upon the conduct of the American I was .
State Convention, which meets in I '' teethed in the organization cf the Hou*#. On Minister in London, in having recently) refusedto ? Would! the ba falSIIiti-j! her duly to F.'crVian they ''UI tl stil"..
Floridian !
Tallahassee on the 9th of April A general We referred our neighbor gives very to the plausible public reasons records, I tion contrary to the, they bunds were of a oblige few People'sP.irty to yield the men!. IlIe'l I vise the passport of A lady of color. posterity so tu act I Tor if fucli: an event is TLe corre5v nieiit to nluta: Gen Ci.lt implies u*

ulttend cce of the Democracy is earnestly where every thing the Floridian stated is to be Lecomptou Democrats and American John B. The Mobile advertiser says: It will be rmembered : not a justifiable! : canto for a oatioi! of the rain ot Ligh: scusing: al111! in his letters rrpwroti thopinions .

MANY DEMOCRATS. found. Surely after having "reprehended** the Forney was taken up as their candidate for the I that at the southern convention, held in Union, then ue may inquire what is Would! I ; ; mud K/rximectt Ca large portion of tfebmi-
.aeftet in of his refusal class ofV.!lS'reet.acd ha tl..
Clerkship spite to co operate with i ness w* ire regarded |,
{ February 11,1 SCO.JgTWe Governor for withholding) money f Mississippi was it not baa decliration by the North of nn un- '' '*
letters : .f the time forth
u .
as v.-ortliy ( ; letting ti
-- be due" Gen. Hopkins, the Sentinel owed it to Sergeant at arms. Mr. Hoffman of }t.1., is a South )J cast in favor opening the African slave trad.'.- I alteraMi! deteri.iaation to Deprive: the South! i of thrir ,

fairness to retract its censure or refute our plausible .American and an Republican. Upon a party The present Legi-Ial\r however basset the State: f.iLi.y [uSttOn.
creun-lcr obligation Senators Mallory I I of those rights gnar.itccJ by ti:. eoi-sii'-atlon: t As for Gen. Cal.'s ssplnt: Ions for the Senile of the
vote can tho Republican, cs a I
party carry I The bill to
reason It does neither, but leaves its readers toP'fs any right on that subject, at least. repeal
aeJ Yulcc for Congressional Document, for which question in the House T Neither can the Republicans I \Y ouIJ it not \r s a tk'vl.ir.t'.ion! that the iVj tin United Siateawe Lnitvr ii..tliing, but one tbinjit

they willeal accept cur thanls.r judgment upon its one-tided statement Let I*, nominate or elect if they do nominate, an out. I I the State law against the introduction of Africans remai-i : and the certain tInt! mforrnce'of such aspirations
them that the Thursday, the 2Ctaultimo. stave law !.u'd! a nallity, very any ,
.4 *' simply telling reasons given in justification and-out Republican fur the Presidency. They are into that State w-as rejected on

F nil& tiltl. .at the earneet solicitation of cf the Governor's course are very plausi- now looking to the selection of a candidate for the i I: by a volt of three to oneOn a motion to free negro (.r tho! N'orth! bo h cf.tiiiod: to all?? tho? from these letters U unjust, without foun utionnj
I far-fetched and onthelr: f.co bear the mark of hu.n
citizens from difTi-rent rection*," announces ble." The Sentinel mistaken in saying that the Presidency upon the name principle of avuilability indefinitely postpone! the whole! subjeet, the yeas I rights and piixileges of tha w!>:lto ciltzenVoaId ?- !
many upon which they took Mr. Penninijton, as Speaker, rmn.tc.1om political! animosity and a watt of regard
4 Col George T. Ward of this county as a candidate bill pawed both House almost) unanimously. The with anti-Republican officer cf the House.The were CC, nays 22. \ it net ba a uccLratliii! ; that the South I far those coarlefeirs that should plHt ill :u:, Uv
;, Gencral cf the WeaUrn,DivUion Florida vote in the Senate was 7 6 *-in the house .
% i for Mjor yea nay -- --- The total United States tonnage is ) .
hUt the
should not enjoy their rights \a common observed toward a man of his ago whose icrcci 'i.'
ilililla.CoL. 16 yea*. 11 nays. This is far from "almost"unanimous. II AVhlKtle HIowlus In TIadUon. to the Journal
In the year 185'J, according .145/'j'1 S.iutorn! goldor t>v have b.en devoted to the promotion ot
purc'iaseJ by
1i William! Andenon of Marianna Ts annojocrl Something is said too, about the Track LIJing on the Pensacola .t Georgia R R. the of the free States years gone
has been Eastward and I merce exports Southern valor! t Would it not baa the interest* of the State that is now glad to (.ijahn
whom steadily progressing ,
A j in tl. fatrivl .* a candidate r Brigadier Committee cf Investigation to the matter ort h&l. 62'id ; their import.,to $5.812.SIO., !. The won by
referred the General TIle bill 1 Wednesday last 15tJt inst., the cars crossed the I Court should! I as its citizen.: :
General of tLe Western Judicial Crcuit was by Assembly. of the slave Stat-s amounted" $187, C2G-- declaration thit: tie Supreme
was referred a committee in the Senate, but un. Ocilla and the Whistle of the Engine blew for the exports )5Sl. This ctucJudeSfpctic. I bo remodeled un'.il! : coiuciJoa with i To cs there i ill a l.iloar..i.hion thin) making'..ei
GiG; their import, tv) tl2. itsoi'Lions
Leon Rifles. PrC-tS the: m'-dio'ii cf the of who
for thei'l their first time in Madison. Hurra i venom innre .w
: Sojic few changes have. occurred. in the officers of fortunately them to report ayaiiist its investigation"led We quote tha: higher law of the North, and then cnJer I ise d.ems1! to that (peculiar! ir.4't'.lt.e w.t' ..'

th'.l n*"Rifle company since its first organizationS their re'ort from 89th page cf passage.the Senate Journal : The National l Intelligencer: says. :-" It is a curious It is expected that the free trade policy indicated the plea cf right and justice toeervjasamasLvd I ted fjr the virulence: uf is t.n: ; .-SVw .n'!

I Gen. Shine, elected Captain, declined the position fact nut generally known that New Jersey has a ; by the Dnperor Napoleon nith greatly benefit battery to st.ip fror.i us our ritjht.-! and ---- I.
The Committee on the Militia to wh"ni has teen Tl.e "Cunarrvatcves"vfhiiuule! l.i..nl1. f
and I Lieut. A. P. Amakor was iho! America the late duty on a.
ft unanimously the ,
slave! law of her enacted
fugitive in 1793 and growers
i own. ,
'. referred a biil for the nlief vf Bmjamin IInpkiosak priuleges: t In a word, \voud! it cjt !Lea ., .
enIn 1i" pl-.ce. Hugh Archer Jr., was ileeted lit.Lieuteoaut !enc to enacted with modifications in 1S3C and 1849.- tobacco in French ports having been euoruiou thin tt Providence, Love r.o.in.-.tt Cii i> : I :
declaration that they !co-;(-} our threats and tarn iVoviJcnce fr Gov. : _
Sprxgne !
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the REPORT: The slaveholder or Its agent can apply to a com -The eximple recently set by the United States

prouoUon cf Mr. Amaker to the Captaincy. That they have had the lime under consideration, nion plea judge, and the arrest will be made by the in compelling the abolition of the D.in'uli Sound were delern-.ir.ed: that we should submit to tlc Saus'Tcrs, uCclnaro.: for Ll.:.t_nn-it l.u. ,.. -
d thud from the Report I TIe rest of their State ticket: is ma.U 1 1nl. I' I
nod 1
:i no1:Ling matrial3diffuretut I sheriff and the question cf property decided bytLrecjudjc dues, has recently been followed by Belgium between o.aln.s5:1.la of abolition rule withoutn up
, the Contention be IIcldT made by the Commit on Claim*aud Accounts .< Republican roriinte lion. S. C .rrv,
Wlerehal the last .,.ion. which they herewith present as I *. New Jersey has also! a law authorizing which Power and Hanover a convention Las remedy i Can we not see in these spelling: r .
There threatens to be a little confusion as to the ,restl, prcJIctttl: defeat to tha: 'r."pttia'an.!
4'lIIt/Ot1'in the \ie, i>f jour Coiuiuiltee a* full as a slaveholder) to take Lb shive through the been made providing fur the abolition: of the clalra I' tile of events the gathering with: which
plac for hoMing! the State Convention in power coming presidential ilctii>aifsywpasLy '
April I auvthing we can present. State, and make n temporary residence with them.' for dues on the Elbe.
i Tko Jacksonville, Standard favors Madisun, and aeafl \Ve herewith present thereport or the Committee in.--u m- the political ocean now heaves, and who is Drown and his rrienJJ.ere not opptsni uconservative \ .c .

C.r.Democratic meeting to appoint delegates I on Claims and Accounts, reported' at the last St*<:ion The flight Spirit \Voriinc. bill abolishing! slavery has been under con there among us so faint ht-amtc-d as would! Sintiint-nt of the XO-. I. '
of the General Assembly to-\v it: The Committee I-A in the ) cr Kansas but no def I
: appear in that paper, specifying MsJison o the I The Charleston Courier says, as much .3i cussionprevails Legislature ; quietly suliii.it under tha circumstances --a alion. -
ou Claims and Accounts to whom ha been referreda
ConTention is be held. I has been taken on it. .E. C. C'ahcII.
the On the the actual
place where t resolution for the relief cf ask concerning extent of the! non-
Benjamin Hopkins, would the
\YLo consent to see public punting! .
oiL..r Land, so far we have seen. Middle and leoto report that they have had the same under intercourse feeling, and as sorn.j Northern journals! Governor Pettu, of Mis :'sstppi, has sect a : "'e had time [pleasure of a cull on yrsttrJi'; a

Wes Florida Lave united on Tallahassee and meet e southern: t'iis Jil'tiDguiilF Citcrr.lR! who baa bfi afar a

logs to vend representatives to Tallahassee! Lave resolution) of the General m\h'.lIuthori-- filt, we state a fact under our own observation : I ding to the favorable! action of that body the prop- i money to war upon Southern: rights! Who some wetks t j the U'cst. We ere gal

_ Lccu called !. BCTCM! .....i_ In .._ .f .1... per zing moiltll the payment W rn.-nji.nilu of one Mu hundred|'Xlne, and wl.De fifty In dollar MVluHl:: Tn'!:. onnr. ftf a short Vi-It on VrW.ljr tu the I o-si'i-- _ta__ua __!:?, t'n ufe-outli-; I \,'.)ud! sit in the Senate chamber and Lear hia: in sut h perfect health, and loo.ing *a \*> M

threatened conflict there must be a yielding of preference service and find also in Governor Brown's me3u<;,' lor.din: ; Wholesale) Houses on Meeting and Hnyncelrit jern States, and sugges'.incf, for the payment of the \Vecoott n.ii spa as Inc caapiam f nuciat>u essc1m trringv -xq xW <>.t .r.. e "-

S in some qnarlcr, and suggest to the Standard to the General Assembly of the same Session that *, one of the editors of the Cmr:111 shown I expenses deferec, a tax on goods not mannf.ictur I it to the world-submit ics nertr :::1 advance cf the mails. His trip from New Orn/n

that this should come from the our I Gen. Hopkins was called into service as the SjxVul, a di'z<:n letters, enclosing orders, and in some cases i ed in the State ar.] a license on the cab\ of books to this place n pr.mb.uby! the quickest on rrcw>l '
I E t I Agent cf the State aud had nut more than forty If then the Southern mind 'u made up to LIK; t.e! Mail host fruits thnt'citj! to Apalacbicfh .mId
cotempornry will consider the mte he will see RICH in the tarvice at any ,time and we are informed large amounts. These letters were new openings published out of the ttr..c.: o'cWk FriJar morning, ho came direct to ibm ',...
_ that Tallahassee is preferable t Madison, because and believe that the compensation allowed to Special fr>ii Southern and Southwestern merchants who With regard to Napoleon' free bade pro resist such an outrage upon ti-r place took the steamer from there to Cbattalcuee

It is so much easier of access to the ext/eme South Agents called into the service of the State, chive had previously procured supplies from New York he is represented to have said, in reply to rij.I.ts3\ it not time that we should bo interchanging Iiire.l a private conveyance at this place au
Gen. has I gramme came to Talaha! sfe. making time whole trip in date that been
the term
and West. Steamers arrive at St Ark twice a Hopkin's expired. and a majority of them so fir as is known, hood certain observations that time manufacturers who ideas in order to wake a combined Thin .
than 58 hoar
fixed at three dollars per day, with other and actual w cirtainly rapid travelingMr. -
month from Pensaeola, AplehicQ1 Key West necessary expenses by the Governor of this State never before traded in Cllule: ton. The writers: exist slowly because they are protected have been resistance J At present, the Democracy alone! Calw!! has bouc>tit land in Mississippi, and *

Tampa and Cedar Keys. By means del.gtc' while Gen. Hopkins received for the same kind of now express the determination to resort to Southern I aware of my intentions for jive years and have had stands as a Itulwaik against abolition assault, leave soon permanently for his new home in tie set;

from distant parts of the Slate can reach lent I .nice five dollar per day, marts! exclusively, and g.ve their trial' orders tiCharleston. > plenty of time to prepare for the change. The sys. -Somaimt-l. -.
Your Committee are further of the opinion thatto and even Northern wing is i crumbling before -
the Convention without much inconvenience. Moreover allow Gen. Hopkins the pay of Major General >'---. : vla tem of prohibitions has had its day and I hare not i from t!t Qidsm-y Kepnlilif f'tumary 11.
representatives from Western counties, such th's connection we wO\ll'l tate ln...M.l'nt I. their onv.ar-l marc They alone possess -
I would be adopting a precedent for all |'crsonj who "the power to raise the dead. This: policy of free I Public Mcetlnj.

as Walton, Wellington, Jackson, C !houn. Holmes have been called into the service ef the State, or termination of one'oT tIre la>g<*t- atid miiEt r- !. trade has gained the Emperor great applause in the power uf arresting the fanatical tide Pursuant to Announcement, the meeting of te

and the Convention beheld at Madison, I who may hereafter Le called in a" Special Agent to taLe) Goods Firms of tMs cityr& pntelilis homes Stockholders of time IVn-aeola and Georgia IU1Roa1
GaJo.n i I're Dry ; "England. It is regarded as a very strong proof of that thre,i tens the peace of our and the
| be entitled to the same pay th-t the said Gen. Hop. I in in.len countyia organized on Saturday
will be compelled to underjo :stage travel of from their stork Spring and Summer stability
kin would receive which in the cpinioa cf your power. quiet .ur Tley can rally Feb. 4th, ly the culling of Jlr. UaviU 1.

i. :j one hundred and fifty Jown to fifty mile*; \hcreas, Committee would be detrimental! l tothebestinterelof ton. This firm do a very extcn
l by holding the i Taahasoe]! the staging tlie Mate. Your Committee are <-f the opinion one of the most reliable and iufljcnlial-Houses In to act a* Secretary.
.for most cf CDtctiol the delegates:from the \fll\:\ not that Gen. Hopkins hiss received fall compen.Con the Sttte. berton Mill case ascribes the fill of thus mill to the to meet and probably! drive back an invading The Fr' ident of tIme Road, E. Uoraton-, Fsq,

? Est for the service! rendered they therefore reeurutuii thinness of the walls, the weakness of the cart irou being present, was called for, and re.-pMidfti weloar a
the Central ) of but who) .Iins I I host, whose principles are formed
exceed fifty mile By April road A lltl mnn. formerly Eufanla
g ol
and concise the
'i that the resolution! sb o nut pas-1. shoring, and the great distance from one supportto manner, explaining >jru
t te ironed to Lnkc City and the P.cScol.d Geo. II Your Committee will tay further that if Gen. determined to locate in Schuss, Ala., and establish) n another beneath the floor-timber, and from one from policy, whose honor is treachery. Then his visit to be to raise cash payments to pnnlj-

rod to within fifteen tulles or e of Madison-tburnakirj 1 Hopkins had been called into the service cf tl.c large Clothing establishment, passed throngh-vnr (floor-timber to another. It place the responsibility I let us give them our undivided support. For the lion to be laid down between Talhihassee

the mole cf travel comparatively: a.y and I State as Major General!, they would readily rccom- city a few days since' en route to buy in )his strtokcf I Qu'.ney, to the amount $25,000 or (30.000, *f fih
mend his biiug paid as su.-li. but ts he was not, we for these defects on Charles II. Bigelew, the should their serried ranks give way to overpowering ho proposed to be obtained by get tin:: the sue ut
comfortable fur the: Haft, while the West Las for the and Summer trade. lie
U not afoot believe thst be has had full compensation for l.is clothing Spring architect and Albert Fuller, the agent of the tound numbers, who is there to strengthen responsible names for said amount. That the Ct-iu-
.J (If rail to travel. over and can only) avoid the sert'ices"e therefore recoiumenJ that the bill: do ScwrnieJ us that his intention is to vi.it_ Charleston pany would give each indivUr.nl who weitt.lgite
where the iron were cast
% I, fatigues uf the j-jjrney by taking a steanert len- I not pas*. .I. \.. McQUCEX, Lrst. and if the resources of her merc-IisnU equal I ry pillars the tottering pillars of a dissolving confederacy liis note, ample collateral, and full seeoriiu. 13
bill introduced by Mr. i them from los That the debt night
The *
P. DELL.Vi" personal liberty protect any
It sacola anl .pnadlicof.) We think then, that via to his Oeifinnds he will purchase a full assortment fWho is here with power sufficient to
; J. KZITT.In : i Powell in the New York assembly, provides fir t. I fill upon those giving their note, in wbivlict**
reiicw cf the question the Standard will discover I thcrv. and will go farther only) in the event of their proclaim: peace, union, and concord to a tot. the securities given-by the Company would in nrt
view ..f the stateT.cnts of tl.s:: report, acd ia that who shall conie into or be brought
that while :Madison mY be more centrhl bettx ccn Inability to supply! such an assortment as he desites.i every person fabric f. NOHP their safety from any pecuniary> ii ster. TLcw
the extremes cf the Slate than Tullahas&ec, I view of the farther f .t that Gov. Drown in 1S5expressly -' I into, r be. in this Sat?, shall be free ; second, that tering -no, not one I notes were a loan, protected bthe good faith and
there will be
_ geo From all the indications a great I
1 recommended that Ges. Hopkins should who captures under any prctns whatever To meet then a democratic defeat as men credit of the Conipnuy, and nothing else)
speaking yet that the improved inoues trade the ; i ar.y person I
graphically : off in Southern approaching season
be Colonel of ) and holds slave, in this who: know their it h incumbent ilr. lloustoun rood lie obligation which Uw Com
g of travel furnished to the counti:? East of Talllll5 j paid as a Cavalry only, approvedthe with New York, and though the merchants of or ) person as a fu/Uive rights, upon proposed to I I.e bound by.
much to those theE action cf the Legislature giving him $150 per State shall! be guilty of (IIIJnlnJ be punished by to organize. The vigilant societies of pany not lprocured
see are a> superior possessed by I ChnrKatou and other Southern cities may not l.eablo us It u-js here stated that the Ixfnd-t could
"West make Talbiharsee actually tIle Month, all fair mindt men are obliged to come to imprisonment in the State prison, and by a fine of learned under the Internal Improvement lav, IBtil -
t a t most cential. : to meet all the demands of the trade elise which your correspondent speaks are
fct in vwf: the the conclusion that the cause cf the Governor in re- $lGi>0,to-go to the party aggrievej. the Iron comes within the State" Th Cuuifsa
I advantage rstedby ason. it is hoped they will persevere and lot tint highly useful, and will asMit in n great measure wanted tIme notes to get the bond
the far from
losing to sign bill so being reprehensible _
this House of on Friday
the East in The Delegates
k respect Quincy I' the .*ult be theirs if Southern trade with Southern Virginia to produce the desired result. Bat to The President elated that all the Irom fur tt
; : been a fair compromise; but the Rtflc *-t that I as the Sentinel :rt>t An-geJ. was perfectly) markets is not fully inaugurated by the neat Feb. 3, passed the Senate bill kvlarir.g an ainr.es- Road from the Gulf to the Atlantic had bees psi-

i place i nillirg to yield all claims in fl"rofTall.haiet. right and just_what it should 1 have beca. ,I to all persons 1 who were engaged in duels previous I meet the issue successfu'ly: we must not only chased, and was at the present time within mhej]**

on account,doubtless of its greater access! I' -"- I season. CD'I January li>. This amnesty admits Beverly B. I have unanimity sentiment but concert of ri. Not tile ex-Senator. for 18 miles, which is under contract to be debTs"
bility to the sa steamers, and we hope our Jacksonville The Motile! Reyitttr denies emphatically that the I A large mass meeting was held in Philadelphia: Douglas, Ei,the! Senator from the King William action and undltidedcouncil. This we thi-ik, ed in May next. The Company confidently bop

cotemporsry will be equally liberal. : author of the"Harmony letters is Senator,West- : on Saturday night, 4th instant having for Us objects dUtrict, to his seat. I can better be accomplished by a convention to make a complete connection with time Atlantis

Since these remarks Lave been placed in type the union of all good citizens without regard A Boston dispatch that llr. Redpnth has by August The obligations of the Company I*!
colt formerly of this State. lIe puts in a similar denialdenial say of tho Southern Stat;: Not a convention of StatS'S i

S the Cedar Keys, Tilfgranli has reached us. That for J>! A. Scovill to whom the paternity of to their former political associations, in fonnirg a I resolved not to obey the summons of the Ilarpe-r broken down lawyers and hackneyed politicians credit been invarubly both at homeand and promptly abroad was met without, and blemish.laanc ( -

paper ignores boils Tallahassee and Madison, and the letter in question has been ascribed by tome- great national party for the preservation of tIC! i Ferry committee, and has disappeared. li. Harris, Esq, a member of the Boon! of

t suggests Lake City as a very proper place for the : The Journal f Commerce noticing the Jteyiitir't! Federal Union the protection of the constitutions The Montgomery Confederation learns that the as is the fashion of late ; but a convention Dire.tors, followed President Hoostonoina f*

Convention to meet at. none but delegates from the will of the people comp sensible and .rtin nt remarks, and ia aB wcnB{
representing ,
I II denials say, We are not aware that the publicare tights of the States, the suppression of sectionalism, efforts of Bishop Polk and Elliott: in behalf of the p Stockholder*
for information from the
the Catt are expected t attend, Lake City would particularly! interested as to the identity of the from whatever quarter it may come, and the se University of the South have been very success' ised of representatives fresh from the bosomof the present.questions

cory \n:1 but as our brethren in the West de. correspondent in (question but-we should: think the curing of the election) to office of truly national I ful. In that city they raised 30,000 during their the people! one whose proclamation will Judge C. IL DuPont, with the permission of tl*

tire to be represented that place will not do at all editor cf the liejitier would naturally feel tome and conservative men." No men of note spoke ; recent visit. ba the voice of th'> entire South. Stockholders, his official position barring him froa
regarded as
i Delegates cannot IMS expected to travel two hundred solicitude for the good of his which but letters of approval of the design of the meeting I being one, but had assisted the Company in c'7
laud and cf the worst ro.iiU in name paper Maria: F. Conway member of Congress elect To one alone: thus constitated will tho North way he could, refuted the idea that there vaunt
over from several distinguished men, were rest'
I.UfL' & inuit suffer wherever the notoriously reckless character I from Kansas, under t Wyandotte constitution, Hick in the matter, and argued that there "> b
world merely) to attend a State Convtntla. !! We do not thick this new tinioa will gull give respect. Let that convention address af
York is uuderetoood. party the
cf its New ; correspondence I has left Kansas for Washington, to appear beforetime violation c>f contract in thus doing on part
It is in\otelient no master Low the travel. I,' many democrats into its ranks-they know that committee. them in plain and positive terms concerning the Company. lie said the Company should hO

has to be to alt-end a meeting but I Ohio on Invasion.Mr. Senate Harper' Ferry slated for two reasons: firttly, the eheapn '
IVng J.n sue : I the! Democracy are the real friend cut the Constitution our action in the event of their not receding
of the Ohio has introduced A resolution has been offered in tho Virginia Iron at the time and ucondly it va>ta
Harrison Senate
central l-atlng reference I present ;
Ly thIng v K>n sc.'nc and that) a strict adherence to its wise and
piLt. demands. Let them
their asai.tshould
the annexed bill which, it is raid, will probably House of Delegates, requiring every oce who has f.-om degrading see the interest of the Stockholder that this
to the modes of travel byil. : may be \ the best ar rest means of at
lid jut provisions tbeir
< pLt be given, BJ a means of putting
I the into which theu fanaticism is
iased at aa early ilay: emigrtted froai or shall emigrate from a non-slave- plainly gulf
reached thi inconvenience< .ay Le ] W as to r. preserving the Union-and they can lee no gtxxlwLich to wort.
Be it enacted by the Gt'nera.seml.l! of the bolding: State to Virginia to take an oath to support hastening them, and leave the future in their '( the eLi-4'
J fill r't>n the extreme cf the SUtc .me%hat fauly.Jlcr ) can result from the formation of a 'I1 w-ptlrt.y P. V. TVbitc. Esq., made fuHowtog
e ve contend again that Tallal.ie&ce fr"lecb, I State uf Ohio. That if any person shaN: within the for the preservation of the union, when that end her constitution and laws, and defend her soil and I haads. If poasibl, let us Late a Southern tion in regard to tlie bonds and interest thtm'
the *
of State of Ohio bcjm
territory IT
7SO will buy one bond of a $1000. 8 percent
that puint being More ccrtn.1, in \.ie..f the ,- isle the! and will be accomplished by the 'lIcee" of institutions cgainst her enemie candidate from Charleston that in :
( ? set .11 foot or rr \ (r |repnre, means lor can so : te even teroU on 875'J for one Trr is tOO. 7 p.reeot"

ro..Uj and the iea-.tcamcr than! any cthrr i>! raU-1 I any military expedition or ci.trrpri- against the the Democratic [.art,.. Are the leaden of this new .\bill has been introduced in the New Yoik of his not being elected President of the United I rest on flOOO bond, for one y *ris $7"'(. r* *

t' Xor U it the case, its the! TtlryrajJi a&aert. tefrlwry or people of any of these United States, or party sincere in their professions of attachment to Legislature: providing that no person convicted of r.inc and one-third per cent on ther* t of timi I81

Tallahassee has Icon the /<,- .: the! t:1ili ths1l1)tJ'iJe. pr_ ,pare or furnish. nrm> or osher inui.ticu the Union? Why lien seek to JiviJa its friends I a capital offence sisal be executed until the expiration States, be may be proclaimed President The intere.t received on the bond -. niae sad *'
1 i war lor tit* c of incitin oiling! or **
: cf I'ur I third cent Us cost. sod tUs p.yabi*
I of the Southern ccnre Let him select per on
_ fttlttrum of Convcr. ion and r uVlie tleting to I Wtingan insurrrcliou "of the said United iato two parties? cf one year from the time of such conviction, :'r&cy. annually, which is equivalent lo 1 pre sat

the exclusion cf nil other Town\ ." It i : : I I Stste, t cry peraou m 4..au A .,'shnll be deemed a.- led not then until the Governor shall issue his w'errant his cabinet, assemble a Southern Congressand Gen. A. K. Allison; made a speech saying th*"?*

? uut once. tlno the fijLuisi (f F"ri.1 into the guiiiy of a ii.irtlfciieacor un.loi oonxiction thereof: Economy and Railroad Speed ordering such execution. In the meantime proceed to the marking out of boundaries citizens of the county needed a Railroad ni
i hal! be pnu'uheJ by ia.prioniuent in the pen'.tentlary ; During the past year, the Baltimore end Ohio horttt time and called this S!
Union,lias a Democratic Cviivcallon afieiableu Lerea.nd I hard labor until the Jay of hi* exc- possible, upon
.t I of lUI Slate nit kj than one nor Inure than Railroad have thoroughly) tested the question of eor..finemenlAoJ -making treaties and preparing for the holders present to give their uctea. Ia tbu"1"
._L if the April Convention: shallbo held in thu U I cull!.
< ,I ten j-cirii.Ij ra'ofilllnJ loss by reducing the speed oftheir! train ---- common defence. If by any possible meansa the ears would bo here in one year* time. 'l11if
city it \.i l'e ft>r the fir,:tliuc Ia fifteen years that tcad of the: fort-goiii, remarks the Columbus U is action was not taken In all protmaUibt1thhead
= Pentacola. be
7 he speed of heavy freight) trains was reduced mar Export .from peaceful separation can accomp'ished,
the Las tnct in at tl.c thettate. : would be constructed until 1* the W
i party. couci Capital (( I I Time, how mcch! better would it have been to ly 40 |per cent or to S and 9 miles an hour,and that I The Pensicolii O tTI'tT furnishes a statement Of this we I believe, will meet the desired end. If two or three not He proposed to be 00 j

] Lave said that "tuch offender shall be turned over the cf that city for the month of January but rely the hearts year
iit -_- ---- of passenger trains to CJ and 25 miles per hour.- t exports not. we can upon stout Thirty to raise the aision et. ,
to the authorities of Uw nearest slave tat.." This from tho looks of the Custom House. The and with which natilre hn soother survey/
Some tioublc ha\ir.g \h.g reerttly occurred Now. though the de -r-a!c in gro: revenue was I taken strong arms endowed It being mggested thtt JP

among the Abolitionists connected with the Fugitive would have saved the people) of Ohio some trouble) J272.S03.50, the uecreasin working expenses was total export of lumber most of which was sent to cs.V eo have within us elements which route would be made, the question of locati'51.

I Clare Aid .Society a SyracfbC. New York a suit and the culprit) a gioddeaL. $'275 .95 ; makieg the increase in net earning I foreign ports amounts to 3,412,561! feet ; the total if rightly directed can secure for us a triumphant Depot(ten.was Allison net enaeed.proposed the foUowiaf ,'"fS

..brought in which the plaintiff was JOD-lie The Course of Henry- a. Winter Darl $659,054. The company re-laycd 53 niiles of exports of )laths 904,000; shingle to St !arfL', success. May the don i of our coun- which were nnmutnouMy adopted, eRd "t

.o. the grouid of being engaged iu an illegal buMfieM This House of Delegates of Maryland have a. Hack using 158,867 new white oak ties, betides I 135,345; Railroad ties to Havana 3,917 ; bricks to I trv. direct the issce. responses from President TJoottoan aad **

the judge stating' In big decision: that .the dopted resolution, condemning the course of Henry ballasting with stone improving the slopes and Key .We.-t, '3OOO; salt) to New Orlcaxa 1,500 ; i I FLORIDA. Uarri R.ateThst*. Eq. the thanbfThitU10W"t

a Xoo tltution require the rendition of fugitive slaves I Winter Davis in voting for Penning ton as deserving draining off the road. They start upon the new cotton to New Orleans' 1.01C. All the cotton rent I EDICT U3 sr C.rxouNL-The Cardinal Vicar the Pensaeola sod Georgia JUllromd ii C

society which proposes to aid fugitives in esca- 1 I censure and in opposition to the lea:hR.'IU of year with a better track and rolling stock than at t to Fensacola, so far, has been by steamer from Ge- I of Home Las issued an edict forbidding ladies to go county be tendered President Boostoon for vf *J

fii any'. and thus vii'.atir.g: the In'1 i an ile! ;n! auNation. > I I the! entire State. There was oiJione dt nting any previous iliac. -The number of easnalitifs OR IlIe"A; Co'iTee county, Ala., .wlkh will be increasedto : to chnrcli tn incline. The confeseor is Id forbid energy, and abilliy with which 'be ba1'

k .Tiie i to b? uri id to the ?npr.me '!! vote-all II.. AiiTCJn. di-1-gftr. Aolin-- for 'iI !. thi road the i"t roar, were !1..*. thsu at any: for : many thousands on th. completion. of the rajj- I then to prevent thenuelre! stiLe altar toUkttlM 'fI the s.t8iirsothe AsStotthoMeriof dompanr. aid Ccsuf'4t1
(aN i roa-i to Montgomery.. "* i SOC n:. tmlv theyti-eiiressed in a.:mj.le manner R'selre4
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"'tVet '"" foil eonSd* eU the abUitr j- THE PATl'nEDOLD LADY.TLo -o Iargutithdqtitte tanihedt4asto.1 -SL1E-UF: iu I --- -

**l ii, r5, cf ll>. I'rsiJeut aDd *** clinrcl wns ltonaMv! fi ll. M It" u very sr-K'' Etrango I havo uot.seonyou before 2L.OTS.OK" NO YANKEE HUMBUG.Sctiileia ..
* lie .
ti rcctfn-T elected. EUROPE. a.tl, au! > went iij Iou.voic! } I _
" it LATEK FUOM From c't.ir!' r FiTCIlDAY SCt'i Febinrr. I wHlT si
u-o'Wr V' VM *. Eaq.. waireawe aPa..iaze'Z
: oce.Kii.! ? of this meeting U pnUiabed io l-t {jihI.* 'i -* OTa" rttjcd ou; i.sin'.ty .ic outcry l:> the Tov'n n.fcuU.u4, SOU _
pr. flock !t-e sdl.tit
e j lar
tbs' and ia Uie Qulu/.. OF TIlE lui ol bra Tnt.cvl ;o > f t!, water (out TallaU> pap*r. ARRIVAL -r S'.iv f t .m > s. : i i >
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1859 RKT. JAMB
ft' dic I here < ., j'on su IbCJ. 6-lt CEO XV- CALL. Juna 2If, by
N 2Cr : fi.''ti i I '.-''ti : n i)tnn. as of tU* ,
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r IIXI% j'ITflS] iineTh \ i i.ve btfr.i i.i t.j: 1-iet l-ut or.n. o.i l' o j PgCLS !. oj TallaJMttet, Fla.PEELEII'S .
reetiflS "i! iia i.:5 ':I.- '. 1" S'M'j-' breh-Jj if i
CANADA.Ativanco isrtxiug
bft Sl.iO i ; Tocrtv.-J.tou bhov.td i.y! tli..i: onaud -, j S Collins

,.ir weellng 'f the StGorgi Iuch.1er. it tli Lt.fIrcJs i'sn?. \.-t.i. : toi'i. xvhiie foailt--: .,, 1 :itrc.vor sztct1 have beer* I. *re, a-t j ji. George; VARIETY STEEL BLADE

t Railroa.1. in Gi.I4s* wuntv.g lit CottciullAUXAS. .iiI ritgs. cor.tpcuous r.ndor tuiif !ovc-3, & COUNSELLORTALLAIIASSES -
1' i.. i:. I: L, howiver, to i.coi\fsistit t'l I j jLt'.i ATTORNEY -
mLle 3P3L: :
: ie <* .nd! f..Tt bwfrc-t ;
pr II.U 10. all.i i Itimul. luce--, : : vdoji, Xv1, as li.i\v in-nIe! rmy mind to att.-t-I I Iycur *

tl : .. 1. ai'.r' .. t1 flr:4* iin.l Th Orft
-. '. .. :. r 1. date .-d.fth Urer'o1Ltrs tuNiturdii>. tl.e -t-1i- Lc j.rtr.w5ii-f v.r-tti-i.-: ; {-t-1ii| inoru l.ko Tin .:iti r'ilutk Lurr.cJ. Ho rc-m.-m- JCti i-UJ toil of wlitL. ihay be put on, faot&ueL-

., '. ;1 i'ritz.J.' ;i I it three ktrr.Cttto a tr..r.rf il uis v&i '* l-ai gn"g>* t1 riu tioLJ | w.J ia the :: O/JIjff/ crsr :AJS/ c -C n-V. j ) aid taibii u.T; i.i cue A IJLW>.

.. .../ t c *i rU., w tI.e *fl4 u'r.. Sc.: l*'< i'jr Jays (kISICk, !$. :,:ot Prtre-f., :ajtl eueijttsof bcrevl tio toliUry waaaii poorFhther Feb. 18. ItSO. 8Donald Li adkj-t<-i to ik>l, kubd!.! i>isid .tnJ general cultivation.
: >tix> t I'.r ti-<* t'wf Mitciiiti j, nn.1 >! ..LurL.-litt- full of c .: i-ulu Lireijtoo; I'fm.sontl\ &. TI e lUUa before Itin.kokd seat. kuJ u.ay bo turned into a double plow jidea.rtd.

j ].. : .t., tiij< :r.t-J I.y the .luir:
'i:, 1r, rj'...ii .ri; which speculators tovL IG.O&f1, end cxpi-rttrs 115 ,- heavy gticI, rie? ; don't you \\ -iit to give 1'mi 6.ne. ." be attached to it, Uia cost of which will act exceed I
1ioAeJ. 'it*' t- 'iaw *f Oa l uVa county I -aies fi.iiu-d! tt their c gcs as iheywere ii.novcnt.ly. i13i one dollar.
$ l ininibter's: llt'l
-*0 biiic An aaikiice of 1 IS to is not < part asked lLo dauglittr, t
. ) .... iiiti iirtl illi tl.e l. ani*>l voigralula- tuincd .xtr willi! reverent tiurh. Tke pee- Every part is detachable and adjustable to iUelf. -
? "linitnl the tn a nu.lf vularly on UplmiJ. Slarkit Vu. juut. I-"ri.lj\'i TALLAHASSEE. FLA. The stock which bo made of oomm.m '
*i..l lt..l ic > prmiij tor's xxi.- itt in ti.c first pow-a delic.4 t.' f tin IfccorjiuraUi iu LiFe vLUe of salts wt-re tea thousand UiWs, and rnar'k.cl clo. i.g \vil irpsced and much Yc-b. dear-1'(,, rue I t'.e. I've ja t nt J. V.-EBERS CLOTI1IXG STORE. plankis so simply eoustructeJ, and Here being no

pnmlookit g xvixnati, dollar. ,f annuity left. watt OFFICE 8 weld ia the ioti that the whole b.
t f.riu. F ir l"Lik-s eve quoted at 7U. ; yiJJIinj tha twenty 1.13- 13. 18S ) part. plow may -
T t e Ibe! Lui1ir.i of tie iiinii'fd.! IVora tber >, all along, even to for by the conMaontJ Smith after coca
.tel. I'shoul ofit ou readily pot op
I. I \voadciingho\v (Uspose ,
Mobiles, 6$.; Fair U1.letit!s,7d.; MUJiIe.UpbnJ: *
l.1 flis.ItJge l llailroail at IiiIily isiI.ur.u1 door lit-acty tt.d x.-cr.lili tita i'itur.t on lUtcuin correct
; SALE.A obtaiuio a pattern.
; I lii the freak of FOE
A kr.f.w t.cts to ghn
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10 tL.. L I- "5 ititrlfDl it' the rili/rl.* 'f tbis nt 0}. The fcttnli of cotton otuoULttfJ to l.oOOhales lo the lidS toj -s oi' thu! pastor.r..rtLiT mutt Farmers lacy even fit their present supply of
I il 01.e ti the peatest adtui.taje to tte cf wlik-h 4iC,<)< O wi-rc uuct-csn. Tiic ejtice nfl ttij!, In a corner pew, very it away in r.iy <-.1-I! ngc. I can support myself i il I HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER \VITII wrought lion, Inciting pioss. scooter, and esrespa

i n \ ofili'w weli.*ii. and of our vJn.V! S'at.Tii .-. s frotn llis.clie-ttriirc fUrurallc. Nrtsr ui.importinl tits old and faded l by copiJnjr. Till tiiu Lord tttkos avxay my i the out-buldiugs. wLkh tre very for Cw stock.PEEtFFVS.
t'u' uu: ;
'< '*' it fc 'IL du1I >n our |*>*Aer, in nenr onlrnrcc, strength iill the money I eo:>gs to Lin" pleasantly situated on the principle road
between Fnicte ai.u
C' .i...'it _' t<> tiic early txt
( : i '* i"-.a DAVIEL) to thesowLizand distributing of
i >: urv* ftiirui..n.; -It ..'. .... .-r .'..iv is nit-eli taken quits l>y mrj-rhr on an excellent Y."LLL cf good water A any
and IK .
: > and
: : o :: ; .LA._ kii.d .f manure fe.alizers whether fine or \ -
,'t 1. 1Ii the NH tretary of tlii* medr. tu.i > frciuTi -J t:>ctoa.V.'i It M tbt Lmd's, said the old! l lit Iy ; do Fiuit Trees Ac, which tiiilt- it rry uiTer.ie-.t anJkfimble
I -- :. %i" :i-ick writ.i .- ..oais.ulLir in broadcast or in drill. Any cart cc f \-j
Fuit u1 Je > "
tooij n c .;py cf tiic alt -* Jr iii J>U -.imiT js. j cti. 14tto.1E. i.; With it for him, as it seem--th to thee gotw!. ( to one lL.it nuj wLI!: f n pV. a.it; t>''uilion. tte '

i : 1 .: <.i.. t>i I'M- tni.oqriiti'r.s ciii that t.e A terie pile ra4t I *t tTaMiit.gtu .uj puli.t* Lii-tL i .:. r ;.. .1-1.4- t.-t..ts-i. ft-I: 1.u.il.alion, Tlint visit was oie of prolonged, *ti l unexpected CALL AM> fts 17. v i X iiOV. ,-iAJi.Tallabajicc. wag n ua it n s j Variation ir:uicg c-jt may U4 readily fixed for ,
: .. ..; /' '.4i>i. L&iittirtiiff! jmptr JjUaficsstr paI X
-_ I 1 las K history : of da. t.te Tl.e
zn i ti.c pile* P 'I72sLed, \\li! iiiceli Fcr Hew York. LrftiiE r.t.t F >r f>r inv -ntions. County
: : 1rir4. J'J 1it4s wcr the d.'cks. \ and ambitiousoT.nn. Ifcr Lights fjr lie ful'owhj! coustui have not jet been ,

(- ('-. IBIu rti1e.lipLa hut iuWt.L'r-. weeping, ii-vtu-.ly! Kfud: to {.c&tvp. lace 1aii l been in court, and about royalty.Ui2t Larks OCILLA. Atliby. WAVE C E-ST. od.! rt? : .

D.VVI) I.. VilTIi CUiruan. V JuJitou the aturui weItilul. bt bat noag. !n D d x ou nQicL: lli .t '!d xx-oman 1:1: t\w\ | tciiible rorerseshaii chastened utid eln-a- 1 herman. JAdEs K. V.'AllD. Lrig A. IIOPKIITS Hs.a.iko-1, C lumoia, ili'l'-on, Tujlor. Lafayet' I ILe

: r L A'. ..>. NoLersSTACG. -iu. G.idai.-n. Lit :ay, Franklin, C.ilbomi, Jack- >

-- Junr. out the heavy fl uncej: of ht'r dro,5."No ted h! -r s-j iri1, ::ml she had brought amnitioR, Lo tUnd. and ELr.AXOIi.lw.n.i.iiJ, ill sea, WasLnt-.n, LI-j ia.e, V>'..lton, Santa Rosa and I ,

L rona (o9rs,. In tie lIuu'e UI-pe5.-tttireP. A rrw*>utir.QcCcreil WnIt Iear.hag, arid v.l Zat little wealth! she had, and loud with despatch fjr tba above pithmALD Eararr.bia. -- I
I did notxio fo ? xvss reply -
;4 i1 ( J 1 L kieJ S:51i. lwees tnqviricg into tIe epedkvcy ..fiaIruc1icg ti liid! i h at the foot of the cms Xt-ver did A nKXIlA Tbs C cntjr Riiil.U; for the nlove es-med eountUj '!
: edingitIi n : >:i. StSIarls F. I,. IS 1C). bIfotiee. (*
Cj-jc-tt ii.tfUec'ual of this Stale, with the Cosily Rights fur the eou&
1cY. eJ fi..li.xa. g.Z Wjiws. dfJLT3 Cun.oittt-e ca c.'nmerte to report bill prohibiting tic! |.:.*lor enjoy :; ruer or Ej.irilc1 -
: iom !jioor o'tS ti.ing or o'J.cr ; sue sren'.3like tics of Decatur. MilIr nn-l Early, of the State of I ,

,. '.J!', 'u # rddjJ:1. ::3, IG1'. Aucrknu ve&fe from engaging the CouL cr a CIii'Lu e.n'h!: ?i. I ru p.-ie xve ojjLt, f.ai.:. ) Georgia, are tnw oiTered fur eahe? and may be Lad '

.: I w.iert.u.i (lie Scn&t.r (r.i :aiL African tipprcutjrc tra r I off t.> tpeah tu xr. irriebted tin of the late
ccm lo estate
: >ns
totl. for months to ntter.d the socirty pers the chance to realize more titan Inn times
lltjrttn died Li ALL pmcl.asrr
? > t j ut an :rrmtralwry The IVeudcct's iletsaje wa couinilu r.ity
0 She -13 < ut c,cburcli 53 qt-I.-uh! eLI I:. Denni', d censed, w ill m.ike payment '
. f t < N".rtli rn lhii..rnvy oa tl.ls llour.- .f tiNtYceter.iay Li V. gi cut.vJrtion cr.ctr .ir. !Ivcr:?, then! the summer came, and thereof to Dr Thomas K. Leonard and all the money for which they can be boJglit.
*. r..irg tnMy Mkliil tbe tc.ziia-wrtrn cnoth-T l.u'oveiLestiiig! the Tlie tier- Persons iu any of these! counties wishing r>lanla>-
6- th flew like birds to a sntexitg-iace.
vill I think I tcl thu Th-.Tror! ti IjIsiana Inrs.dueeJ n catrh to >y 81-us having any chims nnJ deraiud agaiist JJ tioo bit in theta me at thIs )
, 1 uf i!.e i! ..rty J\ can tLct r.o one oin an opjwrtasiiiy them but v.l.ilo rights can bj applying
a. a;. tUy will not df>. In the evei.t aid IL Leonard \rbo has been duly
v' sly Thomas
attention lo authorized
. : .iw scouted by tile Senator l consinj th. Into the I'tioj.Coii. liaJ the old lady.hobad cttracted tao My uniform cnce for tbo individual right to make a

. .,", :, : j olu-y of tbe" tiovcrnnu-ft, and thereby r e !o nal. too ; \vh-.t" a iz-t.: ri-ccut bt.cavo beyond n htt'o'! curiosity, remained on earth, and empowered by the undersized t>> act and use the i'iow u $- per horse, for the llAcur
. .. < r.tl&e Southern [>ort"u>n of th' r.>r.r=uracy. to-day! her wealth and her godly walk anti iu all matters concerning retail ; and on 'aJure Distrbutor ?5 e-cb 4
: j \V'M.iNGTox I'e. U. \voildly ,
,. .. n'i' we.t Mill l.ot ren ain ctt.thed ti XVrNurtii "Sicndi| J-O .IiJ you s.ou- new comei s?" untold benefit and tj present such dais! : or dcmnni's within two years The cost of the material evil making of the stouk j
conversation were tall st front this date this uetico will be ia bar of
: v .".!*rn D.1ucr41! ) iir. lo'ro-.v Tue HepulKt-ansare disvitieGrdviih the or iu- You nio.iu too lawyer' (olus-yes ; 1Ii charchtncKsbcr p'eaded ready fur po! Ing, with any kind of a blade, U about |

,:.-u: .ii--. nnd li< \ l ItI.Z.4 the day I ii far til-taut Uliouofthe HOVIH C'aniiiiUc glad he's t.iken u sintviCi ca. VL.t a caused Inure than one thoughtlrss any recovery thereof. $2. This locluties both woo<] and iron work cmnpleti.
ELLEN A. Adrafx.Feb. .
ii-union will I*t!. remedy for ary
", .1 L. v Unt ilteT can readily l>c niad> !i>u> From the lacon Dciiy Telegraph, JV6. 15. Leau'iful family lie 1z.! .ii"f! patched old! lady \\ho rat in tha pour- 18. 1SGO. S-8v7 [Sentinel copy. and what the Smith charges for making them which

. ., -1 '.<.\'.<. ,*>iiaiHl rets of tlie Republican r.esutiful indo. d r.nd dressed in such ir generally los than is charged for miking any other

;! ::\ toi ii tlitt fallc* | r< si! and tlie u(t4 Itt-i TJircc slap s later frost nuropc, Arrival ef tlio exquisite tasto. Noiliug i-i tu! least gaudy, I kind of A plow blade, bung without weld exceed* '

i.iiiiuctitil tli* |>retul Conf lerneyU rich." ingly simple, and easy tn girt the proper selL '-
I--, f: DI it <-< BOHEMIAN. Lut perfectly pent-el, cdery Invipjj demands or claim nt iin
r.4v I i.oU -J, W'' 'f the 2f<'rt-wcst! t.a1I I ALL A stock complete with a steel turn'Dg plow blade. f
of Griffin late
a They say Lc ii ir.inenifiy: eiULyLtf; ; ptriti1 tlottrcs.ENT1UELY ectat. Joltu D. deceased
I e ui Georgia lo
are requested
t.. .i \ illi N*: F.11ItDJ is c.nc.mcil. "lltor r.-b. it-The bieamship DohrniunLa came from Uoston. His fr.t--r! died a xe-ra them to eouuty tie undersigned ex-ofhuo adainitratt prese The stocks witliout the iron work can be for

Wiiilra Xorili n: C..tt..3erey, IenKi &nd left him a hund.cd thousand dollars.! NEW nUhed at SO cents each. ", [
v y K' HK II. fi i>ui trrive w'.l'i: : Liverpool c-tc-3 to the 2d February ago. XLW \vitbin the time required by law. properly autbencated
Wetli-rn one of the NcrtK We did listen I will L where tl:* plow has been introduced it has t
:> rni" 1 1 three I.afl' evii'pul'.v' o r nflilia.ion, uhb the |'"]iialr under ecnxiction b--f.re a pivat xxhde.! WHAT IS IT ? will make payment inimcdiately.K. I been coowdcrt *I j

,l.l b 1. SI'I-M e f Kv j .glan1-thc Ptiuixe ittJ op- *! Cotton jfj.lct. Tj! < alc. in Liverpool '- What, are they not K-hgioas!" 'TIIAT9XDEUR'L runiFYiso AGENTDaily's SAUXDCIIS Sheriff Leon Co, TJiS Most Ecmowical, Convenient and IffiTient :

!_ i s u I iK-rc. of fell our [.ri;t Jnilia fur haS tl.reo duy tuoin the 2.1 wet-c 20.000 bob a % and xuflkiotdtuinittrator.. Cdtivator Ever Intented f
\Vlitn) that INpulilK-jd-ni ezc4: int 111- ss you, in>. 'i'lu-y are very nice, ) Prophjlaclic Fluid !
r. of ui.ich! seven thousand were talcn I ly pecuution : Feb. 18, SCO. 8.-Sw A great many i f the most reliable and intelligent ,
". \ ,. .- 'L< ilwor.ly r ul tfi ,i-t--ii.u- and rcxpnrt. Fair cud niidul.ng qualities were ir.nril icop{ l ,. Ee I : e.tiee" Il eouri.-ee.r Christians: I'm told but then Lr front being '. SLiU
iia ttjeifl uf ticmitijic
Hotice.SIX i's i efficiency, ami are of opinion that as anon as its
Jeirer and the t-1.ase.l
,. rj ILl .-i! 'ti.r.aaJ i.r i1n Cle4ttk niar H quiet ovicgto .
; pious. M a Clumionl Union uf material provided Lj merits feecom. generally known, it will be the
: : .- '. ;!. ; J>.-:x... i', -_.ii_.j ...rf.Ll*.11, tl.e Atlrante of Link r.te to 4 ;I'er c -ai.Liftrnujl Ulster DJs MO nut cultivate their as- Mature licrstl''. for r .*iid ruij puie the air to V/EEKS after the first publication of tl I Plow uset, being not only the most connuknt.Only but '

\::.:"i t '.. i M t. I : -f > ..jijil. .. !L U'-itlli-'a: a qaiintancc.v'hat a fuld for doing good.
:i. 1.- > r Ui of Prolmte of Leon for letter*of ndminiti
two .iiiys l :uu 1:dae--JO taken on peculation SURE FCTTLKrtLI! county This Plow has ttkrn the first premium ia nil tfc.
: a: i S: f ..-.S :u t .'x-e I*. 1 i4.tt< O yes ; 'real ir.ilecd. Did jou r.ol.oo too on the Estate of Outage XHeir.. deren ed, I.iof State Fairs it has been entered and iwo premiums

t t't <:-ur: :.f Nr. iVvrji'J. !!r. *:..I t-r cxiwrt. Siei-ntr' now caused great firm- what c-Ifgant !synu books thc-y c-rriei! Tur It parities wc1tints. sinVs, L.tckro. said counv. ROBERT U EIPw were Awarded to it at the South;Carolina Sate Fair

.* '.. 'N l Vr n !:: market aad : Jvtstia It ictnuvcs all oliWitive odors ;
> ur j.- 1-I ia tite prurej" were c Feb. 18 IfcCO. 8-Cw
'. l__. 4e key nort.crn and gilt-excjy one of tlcm.tovn Itcr ret l.urns xitb i.istaut vi tainty; last Fall ; but I do not want pliu.tprs t
-: : adv i ie I vJ j.-4.eItt C--.J- to tIe sinaltst! ch.id." It is UiMx-st preparatrf ever te.L l fjr fresh\rouaJa. upon tbe e ret'innm.ndtstinni alone I want them to

: -- r:> k'u.s>cM.t. rif t.e U 3iVI:.->:XA .'TiTTiin: ?< CTILC I coticcd tl.it. I thi..!: they have pr.iJ It dcsr.ys! : all \ etatlo anti .iuiui.il the l.iti p .is of rs iubvcts; Notice.SIX buy fair the trial right, and-if have after th.properly pbws| made niukiu-given and them osifty a

., It rc.iovs u a lew secoi-ui from the first- of this
I teIIC4 4 There ere months publication t
I. cur preacher quit? a compliment.
them do not find them Advertised I lierr.npledge
---), \ 4 Fh. i::. 1!t. they as
\9 in 5 tiiliuc. bees ttc. administrator the
r i. ttItL"Astd the undersigned i> esta
L9 I.I tr.ri u t.hn : ia myself to return llietu their Thi I
.jr. I_ .:citrr* a tnere. to l"vL --t.tre ) It seutttrs boi's whoa forming ; of John PaiLhilt, deceased, late of Leon county, v money.
xxei.i'cd thiir down the and beala them think w as fair as they mul I ask AGENTS WA -: tm MM4 e & 3VtT tw;-Jt y, n''ii'r ft .:*l*,rr o.'tt.r r.-q .ljltw-j f..r i .; ec tLi-y xay It sootLes boils x\hcn formed present LH final acn>unt to the Judge of Probate A. J. PEELER Tal! haj ee. Fla. e

.. nsul J. I.. tLj d'. uf Cov. K": eha-rh ttej, talii.ig of( the new accuisition.'r Leon eouuty and a'k to be diteharsl. in this
I have
j .n i-jn ; illil.y c-irluncles uheers! and sores a Shop place exclusively tagged
.a ..:.: cv-tig i t.j! loquent! preacher said to It ii oo-J f->r cnmi ; I IIt S. M. PAUKI1ILL, AdmV.F Those
w.od vf Lima iii *UuI I.'* t-aea. He teeth anti the breath in making and repairing these p'ows. pier.chasing *
'.! -:.7 urrjTuai cicunses the purifies ; 8-6m
lIe --. attentive M3. 1SGO.
I had
I.ij: wile I'oar.
My be furuUhed with
very nod Scailet }'ever plantation rights can pl- i. t.et v .T.'. ; t a.niou ..= .Ie fi J <.ttL- Sfoutu to put ::.. Ii The yirit ryr.iptousofTyplioid
.7. listeners in the new family who took a pen'kst mitiattd by the use if tUs Fluid ; it baa bten at 18 cents per pouad.irouwoik, 24 cents perIiound.]
: 11 a f(. Ition u'lurr it ma s - puuud
: t.. thc .:(.-i tt i veck. knowotoehock tlm nrrad of TN pLot J Tex cr iu Fsiullies -- per cry
ho egr..I iiet Lwa. be oiadii for io this mirLet.
plows can
', .. .0 .e-tn 'he fi.-t ',f I.i It U i thought >o," vras errep'.y.Ve : and upon p'ant&tioni.Len.liugr DKAL1.R IX
Feb. 4 I860. 1-to June So.W3I. ,
Cl.aileston Cc- ,
.. -i'--..;. va J the ULi.-i. Uit i.I.e rerel- SOUTH CAlOU ** \ i..ast cr.il u:1I1: th-'r.i: jnntdLte1): ." plijelc) $ arc u Inj it in GROCERIES and PROVISION 4
Sjvan'nab A'n AlJui.ta. M icon, C.iluijbua. -
., .. .4 tiiutLn.ijtIanta.urLioueLutI.i! "- iv.r'v in'.U.t. . U Cei&nhih- bhall! If tesidit any tiaK." luinbia. Muui. .)iuer.,,C.i.Ubta.., i-z.-I.t. ...J K: w Oilraiw. GENER4 LL 1. a:. ANDERSON. ... .)!. II. MILTOX. ?

.- .-I.I' / ..-I tkii ."r; of ki* p- .,-_ -,; '..- .- .i. iaI. ,.. Vm> nrt .1..t HUM ?t..u->, he youn jt-f tUMtigiiter Tie llop.ta'.j of Nvr.Oikan* &uJ ildile are ALL orders accompanied by the CASH vill me Anderson & Milton

'. 1. ...ui.I t lAD c.rry c-it "..'.. r.. f -.a r..eud to the L.reLtiZre I .!.Iy vu.t. of the! razor, camehomf! admiring using i I'. ..' !* prompt attcntioa.Febll.lSCO. ,

f i .! .; uIjun_ the LrtiwtItt i ..J : < > :<>: ; ., td5.t tuat the SUli cf Vi./.U: J
i. I f 1-1. n.er JiteolbioB. aeti i.ii t'. wiwui'i ia her LsuJ. p'antei3' p.yikLns! furnished l-j tLe gallouat ANDSOLICITORS
,. -.. .i I niou tme li.e-n tit e-- *c-U.e 2kcwi *trurtt'rfj: spatity o; the i? u:!: tu -TV-'.",.! lit reduced rates. DISSOLUTION OF

i i i *-i t v, i.tui r l.i.ubiK.-.a iu!<-. r>.;ht uiid li i rtli% b'*. Jet*.. i I' t expi i 'j '' ?v, tI1t---j-st: Si'c.iv l.caui.V.l For bale by d-ugsts and country merchants gene IN EQUITY,

:- \ i : :t atuo.i.te t t. ; !'iat I' nn.et 1. genf r.l co:iveuti -n, a. J tT.s! iU.1 r... Tl.e: t>S-l! !ad) call- d ii e L> r.gdn t->-day, a.'uHtaok raly! fu>m wliuia orders tire rwpvtfu'ly Solicited. J/arianna Jackion County Fla.,

.- 1...:. ; Iu .-thr.etesii; I., diue thu these fior.i Jirr littl. jj.nidc-." Try at least one buttle. Price ou) ctaU. Follow r| 'HC partnership heretofore existing bvtwrJL .H AVE formed a co-partuerahip in the practice of
...ll..vi.tocpcr ticg cat Lo <>. u-IuvJ by d r.-.v Ujsuitiur. -. the undersigned under the style and fit Law and will attend with and prompt-
.. '. ..I iW! L'taiiit. lii.!Scant or butt rui-ly I can't O.iuL who i: i is UIA gives these dlreclions.rjf name, fidelity
i : > \- li'-'j.ni. (I- Vee.b! &I] IIetio ii t lciM They eoD'equent!; regiri il as I: i.;>cJient '' Mr Ivcrs. thpator'i Manufactured ouly in Uic Lai.ir.itory i f of J. R. GREGORY J. Cis this day dissolr heSS to any bualoesa entrusted to their es-re in the
Goiters tho child ei i .
., < ft' v.i.t oans ; U>.t ifpoitt d.-patlcs tj ti. coufcreec as pro to ? : J. DARBY. Auburn. All. by mutual conicaL Circuit Cuurta of Jackson, Franklin, Calhoun acid
t ..'.y I-. Uitiutlr ite I'M II .ime.LL ix i c. For sale in Tallahassee by AMES & LIVELY, JOHN R. GREOORY. Washington ; in the Supreme Court at Marianoi, and

i.r. Vitcli. The euaur nce-i not minx-preset r.o.iu.l. and the Gu\en. u r.q.tc'-J la C the's a rial ticc old hidy, mother. J. R. GREGORY Js CO., and by Druggists generally HENRY A. TILLLVGHAST.Tuliuhaisee in the United States District Court at Tallahassee and

cte this jmdoa it tbs Cu\ (CK..I- cf the setci-ol he does Feb. 6th, 1860.CoPartnership. ApalacbicolaFebruaiv .
She says the loves f Jicr, and thinks tLrouehont the State.
nioMr XV. I I int l to .lu. eotlr.Mr. Slttf*. soils, ores water dc.. an- f. I860. 6 -
!<>n. < t r.ct r. ofgo d. She Had a \vii\ing desk, and was N. B.-P r on wiubing ,
Fit. li. I vh .n 1.iarty I.y tl'eir PH- bare it done reasonable terms \by tninlby -
cy xxhc'i shm csilcd! in for slic! had a alrzed ecu ou Kotice. WU.K c.iaa..t.a., DAET.T. W. EErVACD, .
V7.ting tie ,
e\ c J liuir acts ..Ir :'xrced vjmn the Siulli a I.Jolui COGfl.I1NtL lT.LEcV.AItTuN to Prof. J. DAUBY.

!.- : I t'. t'..: f. U-fT-y. we. of the West, Villii Fe. 14th hCO. pea in her h
rui.tiu the N..-tiLerti Confe jMirtiof racy.
: a great health and will continue the Drug and !
In the S cato to dny, t1r Kansas Wyandotte bi'.lrai Even those who re In fin fnjojment jicrfict Apotlcarv ttrIaey 1nt -
t.l v.ith Jko-v lai-1:T t ; trct in theNt-nlitlicre railed to see her, ui'.J she said no but situtlidtt't frequently hare n>cU to hare recourse to tonica na pre\ -ntltesofd business under the name firm and style of
ill '- on !I. an Taitciiictid a Westcra Utico.O .- introuccej. !Co uc'Ionr.it: ultn upon it. In H'H'f.V ire iicx-r too well!! nr.nurrd almost the TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.
expect it yet a whie-slie knew he that f, ii i. linr t.-." a..eh an ins lfr<>rs- J. E. GREGORY & CO.
ia the coitus ut" the ills ,
<.r (.i.il nnJ coanjj T.-icl r-ti..ti rent the HODS.'. tlie.L.et.a if I'aniir vra po tp n Hl.7b K> r.utlwmH "PTTAV1XG associated themselves in the practice of
((I.e '-i-i' et..i i' triItterkIt. er' TofUl bill with the Senate's nnui.Jimcf, vxcqit had a cteit deal of ci.r.j.ig to do. that'or they cnnuot may be fln.1 liken In HOsTKTTKi regularly; without Ji\ln->it.ililT anj who will settle ail tic business of the late pnrtnibhip. I l the LAW. offer their professional services to tbe .

tn rj a..tu aVwMM' -it'i.bv-iJ f Oni iee- 1ru Who can it be, htisb.iud (" eliot city to the ) Um. At tins s njoii, |iartculurl! ?. the JOHN R. GREGORY. public. Th'y will practice in the Circuit Courts o f

ititutop; U.aa tiuy! arc with! yuu of N ew kii-; the sbcjiiu ufe FraL ii-g j ri\iUge, pzsj.ed. I can't' think, I am surex" as the rep'y. Kr.HigMl nmn i not proof. In ar.ost til cases tin cf* fever mnUrm.in.l in tOUC.ccrlnnimftiuTHot the HUGH ARCHER. tbe Middle Dmtric..the Supreme Court and District

i..!. '. and 01:r |xi'.ical! a riati.m ;> mti-li .trouer It goes Uo the! Sciwte by twa tLi.U* vote.l '. Father won't ix ttli me somo ti.ne J" liirtik i.-coantrjr.more potent t.an unr tm .unt of iju.nlnr, wlulore F4b1l.lSrO. 7 Court of the United States at Tallahassee.I3f .

-. '-itib-: t1e 'JIh. *ii- PriIto tvsii.t ----- you g mn.t dcnZeruui nod of Lillious fryer yieM toils wontr'ttl Office in Rutgers" new builJin. ovtr tboSouihWtstern

--I i lli. t. .nM.tuti.ia, llian witt! yoavn! Jitrrgir Ji >i ltii uslicd VUor ; asked litilo Mi.ir.io. teals lITioiu! who have toed jie| medicine will Fresh -A.rriveils Rail Road.F .

i- --oL'uj t.. :. Li i*. Aacfij' the arrival in Cedar Koys nrlsg the *. Certainly, I xxil1," s.5d t.r laJhe> iiEt r.t-Yeri2etSWtli-t.f-.rCfl7 Jtinc.j. pruf. seitosntMlue.oflha ailment To tI.-w bich whobavc the JIi ni>>-l AT THE b. 4. I860 8R.

\ -- \" in.. The J".*!,!! bai ctane.I Its op'n- wtrok are, tli* Loti. 1 I_ Vt '. ,Gt-n. AIos. ili-Iice, She hiss so it.-e' ," sii the child, aitlessly. i.iid liu! experiitiriiu we fortjially recoiumtn
i a i t'i, l>cia: .!ttic psry Lai anrej: ; *nJi I'r..e3 of iI.u lX.nU cf M itaiiiiTioa, C y.f. JJ. 1.. '. Sha don't make a fuf s about it. bit !>
.i v LC no*, cl.ai f>\, end vrSU t<,t fvl'owt'i :uii. the al-Jo icp riMocd. :- of the Florida Kuil- eases ( 1 the ilipiirc orjranh.4.1 .

.-.- i;. 't 1 _'!.t--.I'UttUrd'y ;1ie .!Ioctriu i." iLc r.1I..ii.1 C;*.'. V. t .11!. J --- T. I>rnar.1. is-. is so neat\ ; sti iiiu.-rc-.t (tout alrcos? all 1 ildladies. ; by tc Ilruesistl.rtidtment nnrt dial.-rj in another everywhere.I5f" colua.a. AMONGrncu ABC Co-partnersliip Notice

1 -,UM. u.- ire .IrtKiun-ol euen.ie to I1It ouut EUii4 f i!: J-l4b-4 Li_ f<-,'. i>r Jes. S.Jor., if ." CHOCOLATE. Cocoa, Mustard in bottles. Oil fTAHE undersigned inform their friends and the

f f. .'! 'nvicUonHi ii Uiroat the I'uesr.1e (;i.-zr. et..u Lrau.Vrd 'ita and his: -.I.VT; ud.A kind' Window
;-i I i: wi- u- oat
"- t! it a ilt.et.Ii.ttun ot lie L"r cnill f -1.w!! ; of NowuataVill.lr. .-. few day after l'.I;, .".!.. ivcrd \.sout White creniti tae Pure Ix-a-l. Zane White. Linseed Oil, ]i.iilauij for th- of keeping
Tlini-s'lny constantly
B.L'r. I> on paitnership purpose
throw tl' Yul-H. ulul in t'.e tl.e .
1 t ,I'eiid -it ei -t
i 'iiNtrt up i ; 7 t. Raw. by tl-e barrel or gallon.
: It tor t.i hand well selected clock of Groceries
.1 'i ..t it I II---! o y.tit'.i-ni. V. gT out the l.ii''n. Csp'.aia: Tut LIT. ct -I. .e. ho.pit*! lo nuunon.; a 0:1 a ci'llecti.i,1; tour. MMS : u.I,0r- Uh in-tnt. 1-\AC 1:. IIAREIi to Mrs. 11AUYIt. -AL'OJJroDoJIZEZ on a Heavy

li. \. .o-- to. II,- aiul (l.c i.io.le of tlie V.'-l big.o toti<> ursc cf tLt ic-rnior trritUm2t.'s f.-iei d* tact objecf, for \\hicl. he Lad xuluntcu In'OrI G. J-ILLHY. nil of Qt..i.c-. ) KXROSEXE OIL Dry Goods. Hardware, Crockery, Fine Liquors and
which will the arrival uf
; i soil icqItmittnnere 1<. {.-U !LLi the t iu l court :, ar.d five his tittir. !fe drt.\o around Segirs, they receive on
from New Orleans and wi'l
steamer I
MI I .l iro tV enatorto teehri ii'tirue.tet-d! ..w.eiiaflr. Li-s.Ji ha... LUBINTS EXTRACTS every they spare
-: -- pulnyim poel. ie fu : town, !.!to Miiii.iv- no pains to accommodate BIK! oblige all of tlnrir '

11. i- -ly! as 1 slated it. He first rr1reente I Ifll. YuI a is in f Ir Ii. i :It a.l epirits.znJ e.'en 1 Ov.at! a t-.ndiJ; \ Lse !T* *K\\\ t! ocaild Commercia1.ZALL.tIittS11 A30.NQ WHICtf ARC, friends who may f iVt>r them with their patnwnge. -
that (L1I. ow1i trsie of his frlcatL J t'le 1 air .f i\ dar
.1 ; nere-a.s enjoy at: 1-i.y : ;
c1atitnLu: hand:, e.' lury tiuppc'l "T71 XTRACT Ilelit tje. lIner Ueraoium.ratcbou Give tie a call; Wa are anxious tn keep the ball
of i horn cLo< li S4.1re tbe Ueion. truth. CVJ .' A> i'l'rrnA 7-L6 9.VATWIE ; ?1A1I.LT.
n. :: to wet Ki-y* cry j ,
tu.inbir.n. ,'ho li-.vs here J"Tcs I L< X tw Mown Hay. Boqtiet Jo Car..line, al moving. SUIXE & PAPY.
i -<3oirr.TV a stately 'ALI1..ALt-'o.a. I\b. 17 ISO): *
S t::cr LOTJ AT Can Kfc-.f. five'- ti's ia tLt litilir! l Coli-jji.e Water, (superior article) Toil Feb. 4. 1860. ? 6
im'ir mill kowe. asnery Senator within r.'t (ani ny! d- a-, that wjk i I. Itt:1-ssloe:] Si 0
to tl. (,4- .ouil: of ruy voice d>,c#, tliat I did not say any- Jr. Call, the lap-I 1 ag'wr* > |J-si-.r, i! e (-alofktiat pe\v bL'vl u=-. Don't you remember thuse .alc. r.l 9t., lo;<'. s-atrnua. fcu Inland 11 to HOCK POTASH, FIRST SORT. :N 0 PIO.
ithich could tub inforei.ee Lot
tiinZ justify an ; tho ti'.'r! T-C: ti'. ,
tlie what 1i I that abcn, pretty I'rejli (jaidfD en! Canary Seed of Ml Lind with
.m ;:- Ly
iZi.re was.ttit-a .ti.e-irf-ni rt.i..t said J Ii. a'u JllJill: .t COL! O tton Dmlrrs.I'OUT Pen. & Georgia Railroad. -
the acts of biajurtv. the South were forced out .1{ 0 Via ; b'-t I ci-Iu't! Iio! \ai choice selection of

tue; Oonledirajy. lca\iug u* of the Nort'.i in tie section on-1 Vr. Call .i.iot stiw-rede.1 Ia i.injf>-ii.eCjr..OX because they illdu't! s:.iic! t;> me uh.-a I IFXiOWEia SID
( ) worth t-f lot to :h* IiIt.Li..1.re.' Al f 2iA.3a2U

N tiivin. would CunferacyrutIIIInIt make tl-.it mnnnnt of tiIIItfBlI'V the exibt'mOIK. fev- th \Vclrr Iota broti jht $!Kx.tirr running fuc-t \\h'.chsptaVi smik-d to them, but toss--d their heads so. hti ;, PTJEE V/INZS AND LIQUORS, -
-we -
our political connection with Xtw Enj'.atid. well for tie! rapld' growing iinportnr.ce of You elionldn'i! notice sucli! things, WinniraiJ -," for Medicinal purposes.
ring CVEXIXO TRAIN from TaiiaJL
Cvdar Kej-,. her father helping her out of the carriage ; OF bT. ilAUKS.AKRIVED. [ runE SUNDAY -
Tr&m from
There were conic of the isost 'auti."ul 1. tj for batsee and the Monday morning

A large cotton factory capable of running 2,500 rrritleuces BoMr
been in J rff> almve the iut -rsd with the ,* l-eau- b" introduced." W. L. V1SSOS Gent Superintendent.
tptnplet has juit put operation at < r onCi' p.a. an. r j* mu in. Ce.r. Pathway, taagstaff, r-haavtF1.: wah Iafl- ALSO-- ,

_;, Louisiana, by ilr. L. X. Lane of Xew Or- tiful tiatuial croMtli. Som of our vvtrratt ,planters! I didn't," replied Miinu, fcigtificantly.fihj : run>! in>n. I>-orr descriptivn cf Fresh Prwrs anl I Cb mica Felt 4. 1S5.X CItCommissioner's
from the ii.tiri loufrr resiJtc--... Geti JIai'.ef.Xfi JC cw York twrte.I md/e.
purchased 11 Kris J. U. OUEOOUY k CU.
n.arbK and \
the fur fa'.o
Ivan*. At prvsvnt,the manufacture will be con- went up steps, were 13. Moaner yoliaCruwii: Key \Vr l, w.tU C. S.IVb. >y Sale.
For ndciul.ntv! of d.u-e the -
seated in htr. The lawyer'v FeUll. 1S60. 7 sT fccut. cupr.Executor's .
1 Uid to cotton yarns. AllaJing to this enterprise, clt\ vfC-edsrI.eii is nusurpioJ.id.IAItZDA S4011 tliegrf.-.t pat )
iawen CLC.I TN I'LTJsUAXCE of a decree rendered br J.
i and the l.ixx-yer' daag'.it came --
l .c N. O. Bulletin says: RJUL ID.-We ere authorised bv Ilr.Vu'2 tvr.stber-the 10. Schr. Tmtline, TVnni-o.i New York, with 1553br.lc STotice.rr I VTayles Raker, Judge of the Middle Circuit t f
of thu
*1r Lane will Jo rn.irc to *save the Soutl. tl.an to ftato: tluit tmci.-layir;* on tItle roudiil polite-talked so- *. cfitlon ItHi hidi*, S pictr.pr>indzr.li. Florida, Mtlinjj in Chancery, iu case wherein

> f dozen wily politician*Fjx>uting lHiutrigl.t**" Ie jtntuedietd! resumed. nu1 the work i p'JbheJfuruard clet\-several litle: noting, but hot a word .Dillon clir. Maz 1 i*Wen.LoTelnnJ 2 bttktns.! New. York, w.tti 373 bales IIR euWnlxr bating qn.lifieJ under the It George Jousatd wife et. at are coaaplainsna.sad ,

: i t '. .rvor ls wherat <1 tbrcatrnlu tli uiilonvi with \I?--r. 0i' tit! chiefost taini':, personal l-iet3' O Ij J'.trt Uaie i'm>t, lUni-on. New York, with 120 will and lesiiimcut cf Thomas Lnversng c Lucy Thomson, administratrix of the Estate

:i t. ry impractical !Ii.L-y that happen* to Tlir .ii; ; !>.. en n V.tiuuul f.'r.-e.4 t-hv !,'o.-' ho\v cold, urproHiah! !?, barren, was the ocn- (isle* cotton, IK rasetofoncro, .New Orleani, with ceased, late of Leon county. Lereby given notice William Tbom ieon, a, IKO tI.titfiiry a H* g plaee. 0'tos tiv : o n-t.rw w ration 'i'iie iTii.-iister filt rongealid ; lit le With UCi bales cotton, U baiim yarn, 1 ease leaf to nndcrapmvd
aurur.it>..l .I.e ri;bt policy tl.st Is title to place vry *..!.:-t i- .?..5 t't s-oji1h-t.. iiiv work ti. Vdar liajuu, 1 box mdzc.IS nature, ogiinst end estate.to present them proper public auction to the highest bidder, on tLi finiMondiy

t'i' < .ititli upon the high i iU nd Inipregn.itIr tuu4a !C"by \.tf' .".i-nj.'i' -\. T.io: whole c>f the ir jis :inie: fidgeted, a&er trying ia vain to mike I POUT, FEKECAIiY 15.X.tr't ttttt-stt-iI. within two veers. :is tie law requires, in March iiext, before the Court House

.ti'dcfccscoud: real Iro..uI-itv. within: in.it: \ .r.J ..ll ne *. ry Iuidaia hand. the littl j !.ZI- ii talk. The older jourg hu'.iei Ja'.E.\Va? !.TiUI>oti -513 Ion,, load.nfr X.T. they tri 11.e barred ; end nil! prisons iiidf Lied o u door in theCitv cf Tallahassee,trithin legal boon,

4 5.- Tli'lial'rosd \l i.-in'hi* 1-en .Leed cad.-r f-n fat laukir v -ry int--ics.t.ig, i-ut l c. rctlypjiei.ed ..nrl.li. ti.-', -C5T ton. estate arc mi'icstei to waite pijmont immediate! the folioiuj described Lan. Wongirg to the

AB L-rIoN or br.Av.cr: ix I>LTCII Jj>riA. Thc trj.t. sOd nrur the s.t.ertiei..n, oicn nM endp.rie1K..1 x- : : their Li's.; IIi.\vc\or, w hen thi i>iii-: f- \t.tte Ve t \t- in.l.-M>t. Harmon-Iflier.---S--UH toni tnn,, rcily fursoa V. 1C. Js\VAlN.ExtV. Estates of William and\Vi'iam! L.Thompson, to wit:

nan, tK>n of Dutch sates* ia Juva l.r.a ixar.. Meclifc&lc, will 1-u ..cp.ute-J in tie: for i iter opcntd tn them his nation, aul Eiidti a-i-c A. l..v:>km*, Jurray. 4j.i.ir.s Iicuioo for New- Yori. rcli.ll.lffirt.Sw The EJ of the S WJ and the X V.'J c.f the N"\VJ.
:Jur.r.H.iO! > U.i.', Nan l E the E of the
Ii!: rn <.. tuw ia-e section 6, T. 1, Range 2. < }
The plan ai'.ojKisl tuiuno'.jwt-.il it n.odrU'J <>o in tlie the Act liltlih c-f 1851.vliu.li cooiitc !-. 'i ...- 1-ii.iis! of 'lie r>4 will i-u n.i.cli gr.eJ tnloaru int he did txj; ect over five tlolliis from r.ayra ** .tim L.u-sr.: 1/u.Ii'i rown, %nyt cnd.%,$!279> Ic.tons... loa.lmc f'.f dlichnrstins5cfir. Nt-w \ ort Notice.I S W},the S Ei uf the N W}. and the N \TJ of the NWI.
pi.1 ttbrOes
ou the footi.i >-t a< i>mtt iced Lorrrf. l>y at tuat tl.ur al wort i< *> uoar a stu'cti'siuJa *' tubs-ri1 or, the lady imn.eJiatvIy too'. latitrir. -, t4) tons, ill:>c'g KallroaJ Iru.t Vv ILL oSVr for sale to the Lichee fci.kler.bef section 31.and dieS El of the 3 E of,ectun

--' -.iiicr.t Act (I \ i? i-- lSsH 51'pret.ticei3tipe li..U> ot.s comletion.-Ihivif. UuM a fcilxcr |>->rtemonaio a new, ru.-.I. 4 tirrH! brS *r!>o'cutler>ncr-. Iloit! Cnbb.Wau' 51 wor'i tiic CfUit hue--no door iu Tiillahasate.on the fit 26. and the S \VJ of tie X Li section SI, .U its
S. bar>eyin2
t.rc. X and E. contaiolc 460 sct'es.more .
'- re tef se'afir the l.t v: &IIUt. IS;-'. but the ---- --- i it..i;k noc oft'.ir.t: precis? amount aud handed In lac hsrvr. >I< us-lay! iu Jlnnl. nest, iny water-power SA'MILL. township S. racee 2. ?
I--k'I1itI! Le ulaiure l tilS \\ Isn fcv-v>r sirst.oiutj \ hntror-e Ct-itt Hill attached ) wi bait hundred ac: or lci\ Terms made known on day of tsl.
p 8re< ni.tU.ip.tiug i: v.ith a aiile, to iho clergxmin.Tiia (
sterd. xcell nt Go\cruorcl&d f.tci J. D. F.HOL'CK,
'i I In Java the sI.t.rentke.Iiir 5* la ]ret! for tlx.r \ ly our pine l.iud T.ruis made kuns n ou cay! of sue.
bead to foot ia a suit of Lvautii'ul brou homespun \isit v.ai ended. JiS1 SWtrtiscmcnts. C C. DYUD.FJ.H.1SCO. TUO& J. ROBERTS,
fn.to Ce b-.u&nt cl to lSt
1 SCO 5.
:> : < "' 3du
date full l.U-rty uill be concedetl. Otvbcr tiiitnuti.rf.: fpon eii uiry we f.
I-. .ue 15J- (recs Jor IItVC'ott1* lOtiO frarcs of tho lair hands of the u i if Tof one. of our l>pro eiitvtivoe llltlo: Minnie! iinginj fro.ii the last marble Feb. 4. 1860. 6 Comroissioncru
the lion. Alenu triiiith cf (\M.a.- ATTENTION
1 i, a rate v.-hich It lc .od vponae liberal. Maxrc itt-p I was s-i cJii hi there. Sale
aid north!
of iuiluilon:
Her i is worthy ,
\ lK.lieve ds r.ot cxir-l .a Ja\- vlioio free tin \tnpl P !/" ec.ovd! her father, in his Notice.
thAUratii of rcH.uiSon Mr,. fesuiih: tuetres; a < was TALLAHASSEE GTJAES3. FIRST HUMA Y.V MARCH 1 NEII
>i dii-i1wr. but U cmiiiiion to all the tet of
| and thauks l iy our Legislature f.r t. uLt. weeks after I will to ties HI it
vole 44 i-.t' issued fnth date apply
of fi.Ti foc'u
Xkith the ofa writ
1 < l>*i-rii Arrliiptti/o. 'arcs, txccp- required to s Y 1RTUE FOUR
1-. ut .bose bl-uiging U> Ki i"i, can iaucrit pro- (1ls practical illu'trat.mof>outLra ludop<.u.i.;nc
1 \ tiul purcuace their fiovu.mi Tliry err. like (Ala.) ConaVra/ un, 4/A. that us-ed to Leas'mp; you knoxv. Now you L appear in front of the C.urt a ia the IVuact and Georgia Railroad Company f llowiti; 'real estate, to wit: the S } tf X E I and

1 '1 1 tUres, of Leo CgsI.-s-L.Qn.InIun for life or -- Must i nd! sea her." Uou,.e in tliis city on the 22.1 lust, -- riaintiff, and Joseph VTillUnis Is Defmdact. I ba SEofN W.aodNW1vfSE1.aadN1iiuf
IIrzzro ELcoMeE-.tt! a public tneMir .'f go sale in front oft- S W I,'Section 1. TowaUu'p ?, N, Rang* 2. Visit;
V-onJ-Jrlt', \>h. poy theIr drbt by lalor. The fco? his ise minister nt 10 o'clock, A. M, fur para Jo.I5y lvled upon and ill expose for ,
povframent would seem Jiroui of gradually putting the titiziu* of IJiincoiisb county, held in Aiiei tIe. tiulo pin t >e sprang Court Ilonse door. iu tli City Tullabauee. Lei a'so the S i cf S> E earn Section Tuwntdip and
the if oution! cut, and ilian-e: all .es-, >: d him in. osder of the Captain.Feh. Urlimgiojf to> the ra'atisof William R II)an.
an end to the forced labor jt iiu in Ja a.T N. C., List eek. following among eager Cx.untx mi tue 11r4 M.-ntlay in March rict, tlillonkinj I Rang.

K- l.u.dmof sugar contwcl have born informed other*, wa uiimiiiiiou-Iy adopted : An aged vxomaa, very neatvjry smiling, arowfioma .. ._IS. 8 P. B. Br.OK&W. OrJeilv. drMrrilurd prt'prrly. to wit: I deceased. cuwaiumg 23 acres, more or Las, and toue

tti.. they cauniit'recoite aid from .miuent iuuiimc AVWwf, llmt for three y* r* we will purehn-e deA \xl.eie she vru writing, abdxv. EliKL. a boy about KiurUtn years old, and Ik sold, or *o mrcb thereof as may be'n.ees ary fear

ihe t-ane.fT.ips. It i is etliiuatvd that during Ito good for the wear of the mal member .-t'onr 1 corned them xxu Cotton Seed. about eleven year uld. t the pajniMit of UUs, when taia order i is-.Usui.d
f.suiilien hat are not nianufaetnrwd in BuncH.iul e. of said JrfenJai aoj after giving the nctJee .4 eel.rri tartkJ bj 1-f*;,
i'- 5u.&SoLi, 'If D ic cane become rip*. 40.000 BOYD PIJC- Levied upon as the j BUSHELS
'- r J-ij ero rvqiiireJ < oi.fi average ta cut it, or oiae other portionjjf the Souihern r..a.I Stales here ex- .4 I am not busy, you see," she said. laying t'O L- LIFIO. HUNDRED CO1TOX tSEEO f-t wl. at tt per and to be sold to atifj: aid writ of fled faciaecordio IL SAUNDERSSberI.
fc uaetauc.efp. : .Cv!. rtce.nr rtdoas csiinot : her aJ forthwith she le toLtw.Ft :
1. t-st.-rtI i.i..t 'itLtt rh cup .irtxv"! f Ct) ; aa tot BCARI) A DEY11M. ?

'-- 4j t) ,t.e I tr t.I reovi.ie.i, th1.tuiotZIjiy** to c--** to* t.t.r.' It ofiho !ttSibbath Sfim' 'i, M iih a beauty lnhcL.by! St 5tikF.l.-. J5,15V. 8 !. 4." G-tds. R. SAU5DERS.Su-'ff. b.4,1EL 6-tv ;

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osTERs] : I- MLLES NASH- &. CO.

.c- DPRATORIUS --- i bnAthr-Uf0MtUUj.E. rFMY GOODS I ANCY GOODS! STOMACH BITT0S Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c,

& CLARK ; J CST received from lt'Tack p rbark R.II
ble, a general of articles
,A"**". in ..Car
& Geo. fbr lie
Tallahassee & care of I I
\ receiving ..PP'f. or ayf "* such as Oils of almost kind Hurtun
ARE ftotitltncy evr fj
: ; FOR THE SOUTHERN I ( Comnlnlxtii .ppi.' r Uhrte Lend, Zinc and o paints, Window Gl!,.U"*

Fall end Winter Stock RAILHOADS.O ; TRADE of VU Stomach Lotto or, ". {Jlortui rraci, / :7 : lt.t qUI' : Putty brushes, Pota b.Soda bpnil*'

(f a O f or :l1&'. I 2wtIery. c member, of | Gf'Itl .,Lnl(1 Mustard Jrcnch Trln.J,iH"I.,"*
F : "Ll In view of the ra that i for edit- Spite r"I
Kotir In the --- eer n : purpose a !. l.-mcoSL
I ... .; the human family !more les subjected to 1 Ijks.Quiu ne. Peruvian Bark; Perpr xtriet: : LtfbPte. .
Clothing Department : some of the above complaints, besides innumerable .. Ac., 1111 assortment of I
< a general PopuUr Pat teL'
.e have tLft Largest aadKelt # : X and) after Mondnv, the 21*t day ft:o'emLer. YRUS 30 iAWRONO. E other conditions in life, which, : Meehcinet ,\\ e keep tune but the vtrv \ : *
cf little knowledge or
Assortment ever of : J t !I. the ('ars will leave es follows, : by the usist'nc a able I hope to merit your patronage Lt
f.redhtheCitv.c.ini4. : : Lave .. .. . C."50 A. f I exercise < common habits of may b I MILESSASIILCQ.

ing in part of i>.ack and Colored Cloth Frock and I Arrive 1'nti'cno.sre... .. 8.45 A. ), 29 CHAMBERS STREET I so to regulate their of Ciet., wit i I March 29, 1856 18
ba-k C.-ats, Finry C:' ,smiere bu ts. Black and TalaLa the assistance a good prloancnt I I .
Fnncy M --
Lea\e. .. ve. .. .. R15 A. health In order -- -
Cassimcrc and Tweed Pints black anJ fancy bilk .45 A. M. I IWHO.LESALE t accomplish
Arrive at St. ... .. desired thc true course is. I !
A elrtt :\1).1 I Cloth \'ests, Black an.1 Hue! n.a1't'r. Pi Leave: M \lrb.... .. ... .. 1.40 P. MAmo NEW .YORK, object that which mil produce t pursue a natural BLACK.SMII'HING
I certainly
1 ot CI..ill. Fcney Cuss, 'Monhbcllo'aud Morph T-dlaha'see. 3101'. hazard of vital : TruE
... )1 of the least :
Over C a'!'. A full assortment <.f Leave, Tellakawo.a .. .. ... 330 P. )1 DEALER IN state strength things and ot; for this end Dr. Hosteller I: L in tl."n.. 10 bas ('per ed a Shop in .
the same I with )Ir.Kuhu' Car-{
r BOYS AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING, II Anise at )l.ntitt-lo.. ... .. .. 5.SO P. his mtrolucel to this country a tr
prla' sieve opposite the Exchange, where all
Cuilurni'* lit8 Room'! Jvk ts, Bhrk Brown and Connecting at Monticcllo xulk Post Conches %'mThniiMsuile 1 Irtsi tutu called HOSTLTTER-S of ShL"-smithing' will be done with kiti.
Pins DP8ZItlcelry nentne,5tiespatcia. ,
J-ai.CT Ca.MQicre Sack an J i Frock Coat, Puts to Albany every evening of the week C07Z.f, 'y BITTERS, which at this day u not a neW I Ba He with confidence ,

audf J. bilk nnd elvet \tsts. CMh, j I exiting i fcunday. and .three tmH'1 a w e<,k coiiti.ct- Rll&nt, .JVtcdles.llmads Worl. ]:10.e8, Watihes, medicine, but one that has been tried for wlw have patronized(:1 rer him heretofore tie rhnnrtrioflmwoik tutlo,,

Beaver anJ batmet Over-Co.it I I 1113 'with Conches running to idisou, Lake City JittIt$, Porte J/iwatc*, Stationery, Jluslial Wares, I ..ar3. giving satisfaction t all who have FRAI3 '
used The Bitters powerfully upon P.XI
lUld. *in and Jacksonville Folio it. oprt : 8. 1P5R 2-lf
FURNISHING GOODS j 1. Porte Pufumcry, the stomach, : liver, retriogthem January
-- --
White and Fancy Marseilles and Linen ">vhirts, Wood and Willow Ware, & Byron *nd Grmt, tolUrs, Nik! Merino and NUL- j C('nm-cting with Post CA.ach t.Veu Port on arrivalI thus by the simple proce-ss of strengtheningnature 1: Plank Read All Right!

kcr Flannel L'urblirti mid Drawers. Merino I Slit! wlieh rttuins before the, dipaiture of the Aid every article in tho notion line requred by the bouthin Merchant. I enable the system to triumph over i l rPIHE undersigned having pnrcha *d the entire

Browu i'ld \\bite Ottoti Half '! Trim, and with the line of Mail Steamers between __ disease Diarrhoei, dysenter or 6 : _I._ tores (.f the Georgia
Hose. \S I.Ue; and C'luri4 Caml. New Oileans. Kev West and Cubi, and jute,msditc : generally contracted settlers, and i will the in Rj
ric j SriCIALITIES.L.iwniMts of i Company, put same (01 tr velli'' nritfr.
and Silk Handker<'hief->. vupcndeis S- I |points on tl.Gulf arming at Sf Miris, .n their war cause.l ,principally by the change water This may relied) c.n. The rates tolls 11 lay
EIED N SIIEL PFNS, TnEPtRursLWBtML'tf LLoGut&c and speedily regulated by a b r r(
3rd of "GnoyELEss PIRFFCT
and HioulJerJ'rac. to Key West on the 17th an I 2nd or t'let UDLE. L WlEtE'1 b I elnced 25 rent To
pel persons at ( )
t a .', I'uck. Calf, m<'nth, and arming a bt Mark on their way tiJicw "OalE'NTAL CoLOOM-" : LAWIEscE's GOLD Pam, w"IB-STl. brief me of preparation Dyspepsia, I wislinto a"mt emitract bv the season nnt.lie It it !"Ir

Tl.read :ilk. I Orleans (n 1Mb Ind :'tb of CIU.1 m"th. LAtVk>.\ll.'k "Sod'HERMES FAVOIllTk L.'lECE'1 "LlAl lXCIU ALL SIVlEd: ; a disease which is probably more forms prevalentwhen than I tion will be made. But the ruinous I credit is..m:
its various
Whenever tl.e'e days 1 conic ou bunda Train I of OSXA rna SEWING IIIRFAD in balls, small and large and on spool taken in 1 '
%1jltt. Colored and PUck Ki 1 Gloves, Fauey end ) Al-on !upeu< quality other the cause of which alwaysbe abused in this region and on this road I can tai:
Black Silk 1 Tics, fctoc1 1:!, le. Also, I 'II.m run oi. tlul <' IY to conneot. All wirranted equal t sample and as repr RtuUiL Particular attention given to packing Neat and any attnb'itcd; to derangements of may the digestive | Somebody must pay f.or using tht'r"M.t *>iitarU

1 Au Extensive A*>sot.Uncut of I J. L.. It RANDOLPh SlAy,'/. j c<) jlwos Catalogues, with tlauks for IclurRlla, pphed (purchaser on pheatiou] or<" ns, fan be curl without fail by t deeluctUHS made those running : 11.1 k niuV
The Qu: 1 .lie. H nda Sfiitinel.Fam. :cttyetl.t-r 2C, 1t59. 47-Jy
pul "
Cloths, Ca fitmres ard \tMin !rulf'Y Continjrs.Ic, 3T: nry I using HOsTLTTFR STOMACH BIT- I teann by tie season, wheu arrin t'mt'It. are n'a'e!
theailvfrttcrnKiiti -------- -- -- -- ---
t lly ,ifI.1 and Malil.n 3letotierii change TEES. on the Ixrttle For bef"rtloiil. JELL RRIUUDs
wlach tl Llitnufjeniie Older per dir.ction'
I *j me p-ep.ired to t<> nt 3
lu their pijtis to 8 to Ct'/fOll to [No. 65V I WOOD EDDY & CO.'SGFOR01A this disease will recommenl Rul aids Mill, April 9, '59 I
I 1 lie! shortest not:ve and ill the mt }. -Jn why not - -
f' 1rm. Reavtnibti. All in wait <.f GOOD Bitters
15, Ib59 47 I infallible!
p CLOTh tNt w t t tc..I.-r H, 1':9 42 : STATE LOTTERIES Every country have their as a preteiUe
anti after date the )
of disease strengthening s undersized
-- -- -- --- ----- Q1Imontl wilnrf:
i LEG9. t\TE"VV BY THE PRESIDENT --- the system in general and among them | )O ent his final accounts and voucl,. to tht, .i,', .9j

p Grand Capital Piize $100,000 there is not to be found a more healthy j of JruLte ol Leon c"untyls adminiotntor ,". t ,

FALL &JWINTER STOCK. 0.TiE p.-ole than the German, from I I utatt Jacob btromin: deceased. late ,.f sail\
-40- -
| reparation emnteJ. bascd upon scientific cuuuty, and ask lo be dk-cliargeil ther.frnni.WILLIAl .
Josspli Weber, I TJ3NTXO7E3I5II. : The Grand Extraordinary Drawingsof | wh eh has attended to advance I L. Sl

Ii i I pursuance of law, I. JAMEs UUCHAXAN Wood, Eddy & Co' Three Number Ltt'lie will tXI.'rim'nt this great preparation in the October 1. 1859 '1-6 IOl..nr

I MEaCHANTTA1LOR 1iij -! resident of the Lulled :tAelof America do take place in public, under the Superintendence of lueelicll scale of 6icucc. --- __

AND t.\LIR IV fl hereby declare and make ,n public saleswill Sworn Commi"sioo'f as follows: 1 Notice.SIX .

Etailyidt: Clciliip;; f 'fi'l L bel at the undermentioned land offices lu Class Ao tG Draw Saturday fcbrnary 2f, ISoOClatt FEVER AND AGUE.
the Florida at the hereinafter Months after d-te, I mv fn. )II
de. present
JVei 15t'Drav Saturday, Jfutrh 31. ISM II { This trying and revoking disease, wuich AXe Kt
AN. iL "LnnJio'4rurcishing f t to wit I 'e'IUt and vout'hes to Hon. Jitle l .f t i'n.
; : Draw .
t Ao 204 tiaturjai/, 28, IboO
signalt'd Cas 4piil relentless grasp on the body of man, Aim
I leucnl t i bite rf Leon as aelunnistrator oi the
i Goods land tffice at T commencing county
LT 1 mZE TO FM.I 2 TICKETSGRAND short of tote, rendcrint K-tt.
k mere space i ad
# I Monday, the twentieth day of ne for I 1.I I of John S. \\ i!o'x. deceased I late of said com.t>.
Tallaha F.I.! O February t O tim .hj'icaand! mental/! useless, defeated '
e, ,
i ca b
S the osal Of the vacant lands in the rrrn I I aad a k for a elmhircre from said admim! trati< n
S < at the old taJ of \\ elt A1OOO : .UI awl driven from the hod;by the use of HOSTETER'SIE"OW
[ receiving I brred trition and part*of lediontvithio the under I JAIE \HFIEJ. AU'111
D31tJtJ..im," seat d.'r to U H. Berry Auc I .. ,- 1 inen'i"ned township which remim to the United i To take place as above t pecified.I N ED Bit TEKS Further, a7_ of the aye Stpt 10. 1859. 3i-6n
tiou Rooms, & large and utll M-lectcd aosorlmeut ol slated etiieucs can not b contracted hen exposed t
Spates \tnhm fix miles eieh tide of the railroads I --- -
o 1 Grand Prize of
Capital the
conditions producing them
Fall and \infer Goods -fiein St. Jeh:'s river. at Jacksonville, to the waters any ordinary i Bit t Notice.

CONMSTINfl IX 1'ACT OF ". : ftf E"HnhiI: bay at <.r near Pen acola ;" antI "Troin S 1 Q Q Q Q Q a used .prr dlol And a It n.lle c
the ate,and rendering nnnecesiary month after date the
offends ,
nausea nor ral undersigned will
Cletbs Caswtntrcs, V e.tlnis. Fancy Coatings, 1MPROF.D DOt LII\ Ell SCREW Pencieola the State line <.f Alabama' in the di SIX pre
uc, ,I.Krh Le is prepared to nike up tu Tectunof t Montg unery ," required by 1 Prize of. ?M>,(MOi 100 Prize of $J'OOI any change of diet or Interruption to usual psi- i : I his:fnal ucct unt and vClnch.r.to the Juice

order. ill a workmnu like manner, and I Cotton Packer. law, to a uiiuimuin of two dollars Fu"jeetII old jijly eenti I 2 PriZe uf. O.(>0 170 Prize of 600 Stilts,but promote sound deep and healthy digoa t of Probate of county! ,and! aj'[.ly f<.r a flint) ,u,

en the not reasonable: terms. rrUE SUB:CR1BEU NOW OFFERS to the pub acre, \.12i : per 2 Piizee of. 10,COO I 6:Prizes of ICO the complaint I thai removed .speedily.I C hnrgt from the ndminiiiistratiti I'l the c :itcvt L. .

: HEADY-MADE I JL Lc, Haa thorn's Improved Double Lever Screw i I Pnze-sof.! 6,000 I 65 Prizes of 75 s'steut with the i,roducuoa of a Uwrough and p' | SLule-r, deceased, late of s nd et'untvt .

CLOTHING I I j Xurl cf the bal line and tees t of the fnncipal ;Prizes of 5.000 65 Pi izes of 60 cent cure. t J. B. JEFJCOAT, AdmrAug .
4 : Black and Coloiol Cloth Frock Mid back Coats (; Pack,
0101 000 I C5 Prizes of 20,18'9. 31-Cm
1rdiaM Prizes of. 4. 50 For Persons in advanced
I F Casfiiqen It&: mark and Caseiroere I yearsWho
_wt wy Fnncj firrickmsrOXE OR TWO BALES time
nt I -
.1' a Ij -- -
I TOM 1 and 2, ,f 1. 2 of. 3,000 I 4810 Pnzcsof 40
nnlnps t
and fmeed Pants. Black ant! Silk, t'i\"t't and range I'lize from enfeebled constitution
I Fancy ,. suffering
either hand or i hoie aL'i f a a
r ca > a
; e f '
Cioth Y.ta ; Kbci. Cloth and Beaver O\erCe>ats, in packing pwt'r \illicit pmallel p ,ali I 1 o"n-ln]>s 1 1.2. and 3. of ranges 2 and 3.Tuwu@lips 2 Plizeor. 2,000 j'27,O40 1IizIor 20 Infirm body. hen Bilt a InTtlntble .a ratort- i In Attachment.

i'h lull f I safety I 2 and 3, of range 4. 2lt(61riz-a( amounting to .. -- MS6 tire of strength and rigor and needs only to
I' togtUier \ a assortment <' In"one of these f'J'WI on my firm with which I b te John $1 Hill, ) In Justi't Court, 'n I Di"r, _trt .
t ( nO's ami lonlliS Clotliin?, I bare successfully packed both otiS and two bales at I !townships 1. 2. and 3, and 4. of range 5. WHOLE TlCi.TTS-$Ju7 HLlf.b J $10:'J'It t b t[i.recuted. And to a mob while nursing, Monnty of Leon SUIB nutn

. tune and ', the I bft Townships 2.3. 4. of ranges 6,1, and 8. EIGHTHS $2.50. these lOiters icdmpensal. especially where l. Thomas ?21 SI. B..IK! I
-* made up u the most approved sty le 11 fashion, and I I (.I safely sa\ it u tlll for Townships 2. 3,4. and 5, of 9. a Morgan ) filed $50 ona
cf the very beat material8.FUII2ISIIJXG. ral"inf Cctton. Hay or Tobacco, that I IA ever bfon Townships 3.4. and 5, of range 10. Certificates e>f Packgelli be sold at the follow mother nluwent j is ictdcqntte to the demands "HE Delendant ind all other*interested ar here,
I ( and its operations need only Le seen range rates, which is : of the cittit. consequently her strength must yield I.y notified of the mmencemeut of this 8411
GOODS I 2, 3. 4. and 5. of 11 nod I 2.
Ulievcd 1'ownltJip ranges and here where a good tonic. >uih .Do'e"m"b returnable to a Justices Court, to be hellatTtlU.
3, and 4, of 13, 14, and 15 I Certificates ot Package of 26 Whole Tickets ?299,00 i i
I ANhite &ud Fancy Marseilles aud IJDCD Bosom Being sole owner of the pilt-n right f.r the Lip ranges hitters is needed t impart temporary strength liassee, on the second Monday 13th day ..f rthinrv.
1Iited 2, 3, 4. and 5. of I 16, and I 7. 26 Half 14050 .
r SLirts, Bvron and Garni Collars Sik: Merino and I States' I am prepared to 3 and 4 of 18 19 20 '_C Quarh.r" 74 75
L Wiaker O'l.lInc1odcnLirt.. and Diawtrs, Sl<'nno, ms of any sire tl roay 1 be 37
Etc wn and 1 WI.itc 1 Cotton half 1W White and C.1- .a > I 24 20 Eigbtb" ask eUn, who, acquainted e.vin.bcr
I itirt also in I.at ing the Screws built 10 d ling your | hys i h L A. D, 1 3
cued Cambnc and Silk Hdk'f*.. Ru pnders. Pu"kCi ,I this and alj:..engage Persons wishing them Township 1, 2. 3, aut 4, o&range !5. ---0 .Ith the virtues of the B Ucra, _.recommend their J.E. M WEST [L, s] I I
imtrc. Tbreil Silk \\hi'e Coloied: .1 li'ackklJ I Township 1, 2, of ranges 26 and 27 THE ORDINARY DRAWINGS alt of DiMVness.f .
: an : built thin Icason. will leave their orders at, nnd f rfurther ow in eases Justice <>f the PeareTillin.
Gbvcs ; Fancy and Black Silk Ti... btocL4, ic I particulars adlres the subscriber at Boston I ''Iwofhil'| 1 2. 3. 5. and and 6 6.ufangell28 anti 1 23 01 U 0 Eddy .t Co.'. Single J mber Lotteries TIX.-We caution the public against 1 .-!!ee, Xov 191859.:_ 473mRICHARDSON'S

4 Confide of lis ability to give entire satisfactionlie Thomas "tmty. Gcorjia 1,2,3,4,5, ranges 30,31 d 3: will take pi:ice in public as follows: u'.ing anv : many imitations or coun I

p repectfully( solicits a call from those in want of Ort. 1. VJ. JAMES C. 110 WELLGifts South
antlug iu his line. J $EI'U \\ EBLKCXtoUr tO ift I Class 60 Draws en Saturday February 18, lSt>n. STOMACH IJiTTFfis and see that each bottle I II. :

15, 185'J 42 I Gifts Township 1. lr ranges 1 and 2. Class 61 Draws on Satuiday, February 25, H60. I I. is tie words .Dr J. HosUtUrs Stomach J B.I SS I11'i'S,

I Class 62 Draws March 1SGO. J.a.r..II"wn: 1 1 on the side, of the bottle,and DAMASKS. DIAPERS. ic f
Tount-bips 1 and 2. fringe !9. on :)turdaJ'
i i..i: :;. EVANS &, CO.'SGREAT Ton othips 1,2, and.3. of : Class 63 Draws (,n Saturday, March 10. I860 f tind[ ol
-T."n"bip 1 and 2, of range range. Class 64- Drawl on Saturday, March 17. 1860.I toik,is ali the labeL our autograph signa I V_I desirous oi obtaining thfc yfntuHf rfntnlx .|.b"4 1 '
Cotton Seed for Sale ou
SOUTHERN GIFT BOOK STORE! Class 65 Draws on Saturday March 24. 18hO hUt see lint the articles they purchase* are scaled! sitS
J. Ol this new and sPlendid variety originated ard JV"e '{/( of li bat line meridian.and east of 1$.- principal !I Class 66 Draws on Saturday, March 81, IStO jrrrpmd, and sold bj IOSnE a (he full name oi tbe firm, ,

4 e1'tabidll'd' by the subciiber. surrissmg in TIIIID YAR I Class 67 Draws on S.turday \pri 7, 1860 SJIIFII, ('ibbarb, Pa., and sold by all I' J. X EICHVPDSOV, SONS A O\IIE\ .

'I "|>roduction all uplands and Jethro" in fineness oftnplo Township 2, of range 1Townhips Class 68 Draws on Saturday April 14, le6C. grocers, and dealers generally ns a guarantee of the soundness and

H which le gave JOjcarsnpo to agriculture ENTERPRISE IN NEW ORLEANS 1 and 2, of ranges 2,3,4,5, 6, 7, 8, 9, I Class 69 Draws ou Saturday, Apnl 21, 1SGO t'ironlioat Irai'ls! the hUed Canada, Sooth (iood<. durability of tL& :.

and commerce, and established for it a special deluand -- and lu Class 70 Draws on Siturnay April 28, 18t>0. Stales

with (ruanufjcturerut the M.oiliU E.luhi- HAVING re.iyr the strongest aSsurance of lie T..Jp 1. of ranees 11 nn.ll2 I Mtk-Lv OMH ._ .". TO_V1EEY JilIiE TICKEET5.ODIIT.A.M iniirlra: and Germany t.ngA This 4UA..titi-caution u rendeied o..4 essentially.i.t.--necessary-,._ asprepared 'r,
vit mi
ion" in London and has continu d to command the < our customers heretofore,by their South f the lae line and east of the principal -- 0 AofOKI reason after season and sealed wills th*

Lirrbest market value of a'l! LplaiiJa.IB continued patronage we would l pt'ctul' inform "meridian DRA"ING. 1J\\ .K4->S, I,-A., nimc of hiclmrdion by Irish Houses who regardless

tbo'e sections of the cotton region where Sea them and all who are desirous of \alua Township 1. e.f ranges 1.2, 7, 8, and 9. To take place as above specified Wholesale .\gciats. of tbe injury thus inflicted alike on tbe Amerrcnconsumer
Islands have been adorted and cultivated as the ble! library, also floe boots for presents and for the antI of Sold bl' E. \IIN\IID- Jr., M. NASH & and tbe mannfacturcrsoftiie genuine Owxls' I,
luwi 1 2, 10 and 11.
staple crop the I. X. L. will supercede them when I I'arlor table, that by constant ".Jiliol to oar Mock, !>hijs ranges I I GRIM PRIZE OF..SOOOO. sfl.Florida., and AJILS &LJ\'lLY, rlullalm8. I will not readily abandon a business so prthtalle, 1

known being as fine ID staple nod astoall blark I we hate now on Land a larger more choice collectiou At the laud oftce at NtwXIN'nLLI. commencing 1 Prize of. ..?JO.000 1 Prizes of..?1500 AinlJ. 1859. iSlySCHEDUE while purchasers can be imposed ou with Goods a
( I-J well the standard and iKceUanwus books consist ou Monday the fifth day of March led, for the disposal I ___
adapts it to oj .r:ition of the I HI:* cotton of 1. 10000 10" 500 worthless character. ''J
gin*. The crop is more j'roductivc. [nfitatle .I ing of Bibles Prayer Book*, Annuals Albums and of theacant lind in the n.t/"'tlbrtd 1" .. 5,010< .. 400 LOF TRAINS J. BULLOCKS ,
end reliable every' way. The pLait
I aiter fiom all other vluit'tiee. being ttn.ng. t'igc'rous city, and selling at the LOWEST RETAIL PRICES toe 1,11111. which remain to the 1" . 3,000 i 100 .. 150 RAIL ROAD. 24, 1859. 39-ly i it.
in on each side h f the railroads from St. ___ _
end stocky lea s deeply strrited and present a A GIFT! | 100 .. 100.ppr'rimatioJ t
Juln' river, at Jacksonville, to the waters of Eecani-
lively, color bolls nodlargs ,
tmzulir green, glazed long Worth from 25 cerl to ONE HUNDRFD DOLLARS bin biy at or near Pensacola;" and "from, Amelia Privet. TilE GREAT INVENTION OF TUE tCE l
two the
frequent. growing oppositely| U I B -
joints an.1 I single ones at the junction of the main c"FistiuK..r Cf<>ld Dud Silver Watcwl GoldJcwery I inland on thf Atlin:ic, to the waters of Tampa bay 4- rrze of$400 appro',;. to ?10,0 prize arel.600

1. ktalk and "Irainhe, mi'urmg anJ picking qualities I and a great variety of useful 'ir Le with a biaoch to Cedar Key.lU the Gulf of Mexico;" 4 300" 1,:<,0 I LEAVES FERNANDJNA DAILY Gear's Machine for Cutting*, Planing, Mod i
will be
unmaVtl! beating umf..rnil\ until fiort cuts eflf the articles Bti'jeil, as quired by liw, to a minimum of taodvllai 4 !50" 10000 1, :00 I ,

cup Has not In-en suljtct to the diseases of other I Presented With Every Book ,- and f fly cents ptr cere, \izSvuth : 4- 225" :,00" SOO (SUXD4.YS EXCLPTED,) ding. &c., Irregular Forms in Woo& :

cotton during eight years e\i tence. I tit the time (.f s-ile '111.t bat line an I cant if the infijil 4 ". O" 800 I O N arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa t t0
Having devoted many years to th<. (':cccc ful and i N B-Do not be deceived by any traveling cnn iHtridtanTownships 4 10" 3(00" 600 vnnab. connecting at Callahan with Stage for rriHE undersigned has become tbe owner of She

,,'actlCallluproyem'nt of the great staple product of i I eerns that may wi<>h to take ndsaiittigeoourbucceIsto 4 1,500" 400 Traders Hill and Ccutreville, Ga. ; at Baldwin with i_ right to use and sell this valuable macLiue m j'

; the South, and te tin! ; hi ily the relative 1 merits of I. advertise( under the same mme To protect our 1 anti 2, rf range 11.Tu" 5,000: praes of 20 .art-. .100000 Stage for Tallahassee ; at Tiail Bridge with Stage Florida and be now offers individual and Coontr 1

almost every van i.ty mtroduceel withn the last 30 Friends and Patrons from ini|>o!iluMi. whomaj' neirr .hip! 1. 2. alI I 3, of range 12. -- for Middleburg, and at Starke with Stages fer New Rights to any who may desire to purchase Cue ol
have our ttore, n e would state that this is theONLY luwnt-hips 1, 2. 3. 13, 14, and ]5. fringe 13.Tt.uhipl Prizes toMIIOLE . . the Machines be in time at
( jcars regarding ah>o the piefrt aetne demand "i-itt' I aud 5,485 amounting :?O.OOO nrnsville, liaius villa, Micanopy, Flemington, and can seen operation at any
1. 2. :i.4 13. 14. 13. of 14.
tilid future I'J'ofJ.i for the finer class ",f u"iland cot Im Ol THC ORIGIiAL range Ooala. the shop of I. W. Bowen at the Tallahassee 1C. P
\X(1 2, 3. 4, 12, 13. 14, and 15, of 15.
: Ions KI & greater ratio than any JKTIXI mice the i & CO Townships ringe TICKETS $10; HAULS $5 Ql.ART--ii LEAVE Starke c'aily, (Sundays excepted) on arrival Depot The machine ill simple 10 its construction
EVANS I. aud .
13 14
2, 3,4, 11. 12. ofrange
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crcatittu of the colUm tsdI di cc".fi.It'lItIJ' re I h. oi Stages and connecting at Fernandma with adapted to cut a greater Variety of irregular fonrs
2. 3. 4. 10. 11, 12. and 13. ofrat"e 17 Certificates of the
OIIIUnt'll'] to the producer the I. X. L. as the most : Ve woul.i as reference lie vdi- Ilcbgc m Ordinary Drawingswill Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, and surface than any other yet invented ltca'

valuable and productneanetye>f upland cottonknown. : tore cf the }rfFItul.e"!/''(, 1t DIla.! 3: O Cirtceiit I Townships 2. 3,4.10,1.11112.. of ringe and 18. I be -.1d at following rites which is the ri liCertificate : Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. pacity is equal to twenty men, and in some kinds of
Townahips,3.4, IIn 9, ofraiges 19 20Townships of of 10 Whole Tickets.$80
: and Delta Packae COLE, Snp'tMay work much more It occupies but small space-only
city 1, 2. J, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8, and 9,of ranges 21and : 10'Hilf . 40 A I from three
to four feet is sufficient and
Seed in dreg new racks of ins us-hel faeh deIirered I Those who are unable ti> ViSit our Store can realIze 1, 1858 18 square r*
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22.Tosnii1t. ]0 . : -
,' .le Quarter 2 J quires but little to drive it. kind of
on railroad and f'>r nr 1. 2. 31- 5, B, and 7. ofrange 23.Toitiistiits lOLuhth .
0 .
'I I. 10 Broome & neat and difficult work in House building Cabinet
instructed to any point of the cotton r.-gi. n f u receipt by sending their onl.r b\ Expiiss, and they j Thompson
I 1, 2. 3, and 4,of 24.
of current tills (fAttY bank in Georgia: South ",.11.I |ItrLflt7LItlY filled nnd sent "b,h the corre jx>nd. I ; range Tickets enclose the Furniture Carriage, Wagon and Buggy Building, .

Carolina at $5 per rack : lug. IX by the tInt rttuin FxpuC37" At the land effice at Sr. AI'cl"rtNE commencing ,I ordering of or Ctrtitrntes. Fcrad1n: ; : F1a. etc, Ac. can be turned out by it with astodukm ,,1
amount to our address for with
X n.-So rain on the cotton from ,'bir1ll'j1ed are Any person 'riletitic i TEN (.r more Books atone on M mdav. the twentj seventh (lay of lebruxryn money you neatness and despatch. f
sated r plantingCirculars I time.will tcceite a GIFT at'd BOOK extra f.r the disposal of tho vacant Ian. ,h: in the eienniiHilierrd to purchase; name the Lottery in which yo i wish it T'llE undersigned have firmed I co-pirtner'hip JERE RICHARDS
.5 1 ffftion and sections, within theuudernientioued iU"eled. and whether you wish Wholes, Halves or i- under tho name of BROOME TUOMPbON, July 16 1859. .
of 29-1
information the d
giving upon cu'ture of &T Circular, with a of our Docks. will b y_
I L which remain to the Quarters em receipt of 'hich. we send what is ordered jor the transaction of a
lLu cent to all of seed address. townships
colt.JU. purchasers c 11 appliCation tent free to
t : to J. V. JONES AI' : CVA.NS .VC'O., United States "itlli. six miles on each side o f the by first mail, tngetb-r with the f-cheme GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS Notice.
after the Printed Drawing
t Herndon, Butke county, Ca.i No.9 C,imp street bear Canal rai:roads "from Sr.> Johns rner. at J\ekoD'ia. to Immediately drawing,. in tIre city of Fernandma They will give piompt
Certified to by the will sent months after the first publication of this no-
i JaD. 21, J5&0. 4-1 mCS" New Orleans Jan. 7. t.>0 .i-Ym_ the waters (f F Eseambia by. at or near Ifsacula ;i" with an Lxplioitiont3T" b attention to the sale or shipment of cotton and other SIX the undersigned administrator of tbe estateof
-- and "fiom Amelia the A
Jacksonville S.dard month and ou to advances
Ct'pyone : Purchasers will write their signature produce and will make liberal on consign Elizabeth Campbell deceased, late of Leon county
J send bill to advtitiserCoPartnership. Blacksmith Notice. waters or Taitpa bay with I branch to Cedar K.y, meats for sale here or for shipment to their friends in
______ ** plain, and give 'their Post Office, County and State will present his final account and vouchers to tIe
--- ----- in the G ulf of Mexico subject, required by law,
; Notice. to ninhnuni of lice dollars and&fifty tents j/er atrt, All_communications strictly confidential.S Sarannah, Charleston, If. York or Lirerpl. Hon.Judge Probate of Leon county and ark to b*

"Z 1: S? All prizes of 51,000 and under, paid i Me They will negotiate in the principal discharged. WILLIAM PERKINS,
1 UE undersigned have tliiiTlav formed a L partner diately after the drawing other prizes at the n-1 United States, tbe sale of Bonds issued by thy State Dec. IT. 1859. B0-6m AdmTr

I chip under the firm and name of Xvith (1 tIt ba.w line and east J the jrincijalmeridian. time of thirty days -by the several Railroad Companies-by the counties -

GEO. W. SCOTT & CO., r C1F Wood, Eddy .CO).'. Lotteries are drawn at or incorporated towns and other gocd secun. Notice.
and of 23. I and Delaware. and will reYeive and execute orders for investment
: And will continue the business at the old stand of Townships 1 2, range Augusta Georgia, Wilmington ties, '

_ Geo. W. evtt, where they'lull always be ready to Townlbip 1, 2, and 3, of ranges 24, 25, 26, 27, Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates t in the eae. They wil attend to the purchaseor SIX months after date, the undersigned will prt

supply WOOD, EDDY d CO, Augusta,Georgia sale of his final accounts and vouchers to the Judge

- ( Cash Cudomrrx find Prompt Paying Men SU'tt of the base line and east of tIt principal : or, WOOD, EDDY
with all kinds of Goods required in this market, at HE BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL ITS .meridtan or, WOOD EDDY i CO. Wilmington. Del or in any town or county in the .31iJ&e, Eo./e or county, and ask to be discharged therefrom.

_ the LOWEST CASH PBICKS.: r_ branches trill be carried on as b at the Townships 1, 2. and 3, of ranges 25 and 26 I CiiCulais cntAining Schemes for the Southern Districts of llord. Persons having such A. P GRAM UNO, Adnr
January 1, IfcCO GFO w. SCOTT, rt'tfvre t I sent. free of addressing as above properly for sale, will t furnish them plats,
OLD STAND, by the undersigned returns Lands by law for the use ul schools, expense Jan. 7, 1860. 2- m
W. G POOLL.JanuirT1 appropriate Y with accurate discnpt:ons of quality, location im-
thanks for and a of the military gether with the --- -
rotinuat.'n pub1 othfr
'. liTQ:___ 2-tf_ patronage _' loliet MO liberally extended I -jttpnip and 0\'cd1u"ed" lands, "'11 b excluded FULTON FOUNDRY, proviroents who,will rnce"hotbe. terms etc.with the name of some Notice.SIX .
July 1, 1859. 30 D C. WILSON from the sales person property application.
Insolvent Estate Notice. We will attend to tbe settlement of
-- -. The tracts along the lines of the railroads will le TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. chum months after date, the undersigned will prt'
STATE OF FLORIDA.Aakuila Nathaniel Hamlen sold, subject to the right of way, granted 1.: act of tbe Fedeial or State Governments for services or his final account and vouchers to the Judu

County. )r .lh August 1852, fur said railroads, and the)pirtic JOHN fARDY"Tropriefor. substitute during the recent Indian M ar. of Probate of Leon county, aud apply for a final di*
In addition their Commission theundersigned
SI'LNCER administrator of the estate ofilliam COMMISSION MERCHANT, I sitar tracts cut by the routes will be sold as co.ain- have t the Department, charge from the administration on the estate of W il-
t: EM Pelt. late Wakulla county. deceased I ing the quantities re r>ectively ebowa 0 th official ENGINES from 6 to 35 horse 'power, purchased him Grimes,deceased, late of said county.
Jso. 38 Po dras SL New Orleans. STEAM
haviug filed ID the Probate office of said I pats! w H hut deductions order of the best material and work- STOCK of Goons of Messrs. ELLIS A THOMPON LEWIS GRIMES, Adm

county a ,written suggestion that be believes the -0 The offering of the above lands. "i b com men. manship and as cheap as can be purchased in New t which they will make large additin. a an early Jan 21, 1860. 4- m

estate of Mid illiam Pelt ta) be insolvent therefore RLFERS TO ced on the days apPinted. and proceed in the York or any Northern city and laid down in Florida day. They will keep constantly on an extensive -

notice M hereby given to ad pc;" >ns hiving claims j Fx.GOT.James E. Eroome, Tallahassee, Fla order in which ,'ertised until the whole I Castings for Saw Mills, Gtist Mills. Giu Gearing. &c. and well assorted Stk Notice.

gainst said estate to appear and file the same with Gen, R A. Shine [ shall have been c.fT.e and the sales thus closed ; &e., constantly on hand Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 Goods Hats Boots & Shoes

r the Juelje* of Probate of Mid County on or before the A. B Noye Eeq. ) ,. Fla. but no sale shall b kept ope'n longer l than two weeks, inches ID diameter always on band,or made t order. Dry Clothing, DR J. J CANON haTing left tile State uA

1st of Julv. ISfiO, when them trill be a pio rata dis 11. Spence'r, Lsq.. J f' c"rr. and no pmate entry of any of tbe sbovs lands will I Some beautiful patterns of Trots Railing for graveyards Saddlery and Harness, Groceries, (Liquors his accounts and notes 10 my bands for e>flection.

I trittion of said estate among the creditors ot said John J. Snellmg. Quincy, Fla.Gen. be admitted until after the expiration of the two dc.Jobbing. excepted,) Pro\'laions, Plantation I. therefore request all persons indebted l tn-

ii estate. Wm. Bailey Jefferson county, Fla week work of all descriptions executed with Utensils, Doors, Windowsand said Dr.Canon aDd U. W. Oraonl ng to com fonrwd

: j II HENDERSON, Judge of ProbateI J. G Putnam, U. Madison Fla. Given under my hand at the city of Washington, neatnlellDd despatch All orders addressed to other Building Mate- and settle as early as possible if they would says

. i : I. 1859_ 53-6111! ___ Augustus E.Cedar Key }1a this fifteenth day of November, alu Dominions I John Cardy, Tallahassee, Florida, will b promptly rials cost. A.R.COMBS,Justice P M.
Daniel Bell, E q., county Fla thousand eight hundred aod fifty nine attended to. ,Furiturlon, Centrtville.Jau.21, 1860. 4
1 ITER'SWORSTED l Terms Cash Hardware and Cutlery Castings, and a great
E. Rin E. flomasyille, Ceo. JAME mCIANAS. O;T j Q
. f By the PresidentS : variety of other articles. Notice.

STORE Jack J.Manh L q, Duucanville, Geo. \. SMITH, | ISTotice.rjT"AVIXG All of which tbey will sell at Wholesale or Retail
Key. !O. 47 Commissioner of tht General Land Office j Specia for CASH Country Produce, or good commercial lac- ALL persons owing the firm of Heir A Rust A*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL contracted to the 1st Jnlf. 1859'are
purchased interest Joseph Cardy eepian es, at prices that will compare farvorab'y! up
Canal Street near Dauphine, Sale of Negroes. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS _L.L m the ( as well .all accounts with those of any city in the South. We invite merchants hereby requested to corn forward and settle up KB*

I S -EW ORLEANS.DIREcFlMPORTATICN. Every person entitled to the right of.pre-emption I due the concern, the business will hereafter be conducted and all other purchasers t examine stock. mediately.otherwise their accounts will be placed
# "'ITILL be '01 on the first Monday ID March to any of the lands within the townships above enu by me. Those indebted will please come JAMES E. BROOME ou the hands of an attorney for collection.

T T next, Court House door in tl.e city is to establish tbe same to the sat- forward cud settle their B. W. THO HEIR RUST CO.
i OF of Tallahassee, the following negro slaves, belonging merate of reuire register and receiver of the :! accounts.JOHN CARDY. IPSLN. Jan. 14, 1860. 3 _
Berlin and Split Wonted Shetland Wool, to the Estate! of William to. i"cion propr February 19. 1859. 8-ly
Zephyr H Wyatt deceased laud office, and make payment therefor as : January 7, 1860. !-lyi
: Fl"'and Purse Silks,English Knitting and Fre-nch I wit: One man and woman, at abut forty years practicab'e: after seeing ibis notice. and before the I ______ Valuable Land for Sale. Guns Ouns Guns !
'I Embroidery ( Canvas, Patterns etc etc respectively with two likely .
I "to dayappomted fur the commencement of the public : i Emory l loes1et
si .Ulork" promptly attended to. I TEEMS-Credit for twelve months from day of sale ot the lands embracing the claimed ; otherwise I I : College. THE subscriber offers for sale 12CK1 acres of valua THE undersigned has BOW where permanently he prepared

Dec. 10. 1859 49-Sm_ I sale 'it two good urtie.and 8 per cent interest such claim will tract. ''I' rpHE SPRING TERM..of this institution opecsI : land,lying in Jackson county, Florida, on in the tho Poet'office, is manner. v>
b workman-like and
most prompt
Eueutor.DJ the West side of tbe River about
Apalaehicula ,
H Wy T S. A. SMITH. _. Jaouar 18th. Applicants for ex one
i iFROY Weueeday. make and
H. t inila the junction of Flint and CHattaboo- repair
Strayed BLKER Agf'nt Commissioner of the Gent-rl Land Office. animation please attendance on day. blow th
January 28. Dec 10 1859. 49-131 : Means'health being restored, dice rinf. About 250 acre cleared GUNS RIFLE. GUrt.LOCKS.
I ,
- t my ago, a large I hi promised
etbt d1 About half of aid lands excellent eUUJtLWith !
; Hammock
I HORSC-MULE. course of lectures before the College b given in one arc in fact all work pertaining to a Gun or
can b easily Salt and Potatoes. one fourth river bottom land, one-fourth to merit*
the above
recognized by a large knot on the right I Salt SaltTl! I tbe Sprg. a qaahfioitionsbe expects .
of bin Itg LUERPOOL SALT 500 I travelling preachers m the Florida Conference piue and mle: pine land. liberal patronage of the citizens of this place >!
ju't above the knee. Any OCrrSACKS .
;:1t 1" thankfully Inform.tn or :rougkt my I Zl\J\JJ, Sacks Turk's Island 50 bbl Mercer i CrrSACKS Liverpool and 600 Is. admitted free of tit fees For t apply to Leonard Ham. upon the place, surrounding country. ,
ret'ele. t JLU U U k PALMER or to Hugh .Cods or the s ubrihr at TalUhase Mr N. B. Gun locks always for sale on batH.
_ iv c1; \:'(""*"' i ind). the person so and } Eye Potatoes, just 'landing and for sale land, for sale byMcNAUGHT F BROWN.
;. d: :..:: ,: by BEARD DEMI AM. A ORMOND. I Secretary Bar Trustees lEN1WELL. AUUUSTUS
d II
.:r. h",; ._t' 't'r':. 4r.' nUVfR I flee: 10. 1659 49 I New Port, Oct 8, 1819. Oxford, Ga., Dee ? 18:9. October 22, 1859 ( March 2ft, 1S39. III .,

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