The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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pjojfssionol nnb Jtosinrss ( I A. GALUE, DENTISTRY. for the bnttlo. If Mr. Gray js in the first, I II. lug, the church, became an attire worker it*

---- --- -- I UKALKR IN I ID Iv..::,.!, AITIIR.i I.eS"rt to lead a Christ inn lsf\;, jhat i i. some i iI some of the public and prnmiaent eharitie of 1.

MEDICAL NOTICE. ) II thing. lie will grow wiser and better in the day. He gave a good deal of time to the
-- ]DRY)[{ G ttions: 1llOVISIOS I : : \
Is ne a Chr&fi..1; ; N .- I ti,ne. I hope. '- prosecution of benevolent enterprises! whkhmen

Dr. Wm. F. Shine The question reached my car us I eat con. .. T.iere: is vast room for improvement( of some position are concerned. But .4'

otrcaft nut raonfciosAL BmvicES TO T A N H versing "it!. a friend, and I paused in the sentence said the merchant. In mytojv' lie I II, at ', when I saw him dispute> with a poorjjardner, ,

.-ii.inR that of Pr. Gamble GROCERIES LV ISEXERAI I WItS uttering tn note the answer. this lime, only a hypocrl leal 1 pretender. II l' who had laid the sods in l Ilioi yard, about fifty )
OFFICE S. 1L'ZS. 19-1! .__ November 13, 1858. 46 H T. eT. OUR LEE 'I Oh, yes ; he 53 a (,','hil tian," was teplied. I I hope, for the; sake of the world, and the I, Cl'lIts-t.\ke sixpence off a weary strawberrywoman t
\ \O1TLD his acknovletl enieiitsIT will
return i church both Ihat U.iso neuSl'Cilites chaffer with his boot black
I or
I 1 hoar to. was Over
to II
MILES NASH & CO. ; FRESH!! GAUDl SEIIS.crcDw'tl S and to East the Florida citizens of fur Southern the very Georgia liberal,patronage and Middle ; not aware am rejoiced of it before," cad yea lha' say other. make something better( cut' of Litn.." an, extra shilling! :, I could not think that it was

life. I went pretty much oftlie merchant'sopinion. : genuine love for his fVilow.man that
recfivwl from them during the past five or fix years Yes ; .he 1m passed fiom death unto away promptedhis I

VC.\LEUa IN ; : of ::L8ei8. ', lie will continue the practice. tile above profession Last week, in the jov of his new birth. he I I My next meeting with Mr.' Gray; ostentatious charities.In .

DREGS: gf9 .\ in those sections of country. nod has rnad sucharranireinents I united himself to the church, nod is now infellowship was in the shop! of a mechanic to whom he !, no instance did I find( any better: estimation .
I with manufacturers of Dental Materi I had sold a bill of goods some months of him in business circles for his re-
uiih the saints. prC\'i-1 I ;
MEIilCINES, Hf GUMDROPS, I! als.teeth North in any I\fI of to the enable popular him n-odes to put,up at FVLL from fifty s tts to of i .. What a blessed change !'' I I ously. lIe had railed! to collect!: It ::: ,: tigion: .!ilnot chasten the ardor of hU SfhLIi I i; '

inform tbeir ncn.U and life OF ALL FLAVORS I one liHnJrtd dollar lees than u usually charged 1 for Dli-ssed, indeed. Another soul saved- I the mount, which} remained unpaid. Tho love of advantage! in trade, nor make Urn I. \
\ T they hnre on Land a good ," I the same' in tIe South; (be meanu what he says) and another added to the great company of those mechanic. is not ready for him. more generous nor more IncHac'I to help or d .

rtielrs ns are gllDf'rlL\l1\ kept in their line I FOR COUGHS LY]) COLDS I gunrnnu-fs them to be be as DURABLE North BEirmi'L South. andbravirrArLa who have washed till ir robes and made them I am sorry, :Mr. Gray" he began with! befriend the weak and needy.' :Twice I &aw r.. I

nJ will) be receiving regular!v fresh I Ju-t received at the Dm Siftklc ofF.mVAHD Tliote iu rired a* can IIr his put t'fcaD up ,or by: dropping a white in the blood of the Lamb. There is I some hesitation: of manner. Iii action in the! case of unhappy dettcra, :

rrius shall b. reasonable.Tallahassee. I : UAUNARD, Jo.TallahaMre ui>te tn liii... at either Mont'ccllo; or :Madison l< Fit, joy in heaven on his account." i Sorry (for what: ?C" sharply -rrupted :Mr. I who hud rot been successful in business.. In i iI

April- \ th 1858- I, DecrmUr 18lS, 3. 51 I have: the. work done and time to test it before pay- I Of whom sire they speaking !t" I asked, Gray. I I each case his ctti'nV1tS among the smallest, f

I I Ibbtrtising lug Sir it. i I to fiiend.VOf I Sorry that I have n.it the money to settle but h; said mor.e: unkind things! ant \,:astho J t tI
A. GALLIE I ----'JI.- II. McIJOXALD) & 10'S, C2f The Ix'st t rrtrrenceagiven; If dwired. taming my I have been disappointed-" tJl
bill. hardest 01(
I Fletcher Gray, I Ulieve, was lh< your I I to satisfy any man among -'cred.'
and veil December 25, IS&8. 6S: ) .
rS in rectip* (If a Urge I ,
FANCY (500DS. 6: Ctommissiira Jlnusr, "_ I I don't want that old story. You promised I itors. He assumed dishonest intention at the
uiiJ reply.
-L OH-l X.Mi/itr lltady Made 102 NASSAU STREET, V/ILLIAM P. SLUSSERrTALLAHASSEE Few men stood more in need! of Christitr I to bo ready for me to day, didn't you {l"I I I outset, aii'l made that a plea for the most

Hfling lieU anJ <'''/>-, Jloott and Shoe. No. NEW YORK. FLORIDA I graces," said I. "If he is indeed nuuiberec And Mr. Gray knit his brows and looked angry I, rigid exaction ; covering his own bard selfishness !II I-

the saint there is cause for re and iml'r' :1ti\('. I with offensive cant about mercantile
,-i.lriM', Jjraiiditu, de.. with some
Gr << Advertisements will be received as above,fur publication ( :.M \xrrACTCRra OF CorrER/Tix AND SHEKI! I YesI I proinlscd";. Rut-" honor, Christian integrity, and a religious observance .

April SO, 1659. 18 in this! paper. I box \VAKI:, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL joicing... their fruits sliall know ihrm," re Then. k"i-p your promise.: No ninn: has aright of business contracts. He was the

-- iBARNARD:-- Aue.:.20. 186*. 34 i DEALER: I.N: PLAIN, FANCY: D JAPANNED sponded BJ friend. ye" I wlfl believe his chin to break his word. Promises! are sacred only man among the creditors who mt'dt'oMs
my "
OTTO LANGE', WARE. to the title of CII!istian, when I See the fruit things, and rhonld be kept religiously.! church-membership n prominent tiling-few

WILL COXTIXUE run I Stove Ilcad-Qtarlcrs. or his good living. If he bas truly passed '' If my sIOJ\crs had ,&*)>.* their promises d t&cni were even church.goers-and the only '

RUG & MEDICINE WATCH MAKER \ SPLENDID M.rtmpnt: Cooking Parlor from dea'h unto life, as they say. he will worl to me, th-re wonld have been no fai'ure in man who did not really make concessions

tr: AT Till OLD STAND SIGN ; 1')- and Wood<<1 Stoves,trimmed with neatness*-j| the works of righteousness. A sweet fountain mine to you," answered the poor mechanic. to (the poor, down-trodden debtors.

I And Jeweler, : ;and durability, at reduced prices. SSc will not send forth bitter waters." .. It is of IM use to plead other men's fail Is he a Christian !I" I asked as I wafted

MONTICEIXO KLA. ,' Out Door Woilt. fiiend but own sentiments ings in justification of your own. You said home in some depression of spirits from the
OF THE 9fST V\T9JLD recpectrnlly inform the citizens of MM Ornnn.cntal Front Heads, Guttering.Copper My expressed my should be settled to-day, and I calculated .
I ICGrnerof Roofing. in this and all like cases. I have the bill l last: of these meetings. And I eou'. bq.1 answer
V 'die and Eaet Flonda that he designs making I Ioc'a.innal ,
\ '
and Tin Conducting Pipes. Sheet Lead Sheet 'No in the
of all
Ij. things -for to be) Clristfan is be Chnstlikc. .
fur 1 tc upon r o a to
visits through these sectiuns of country work learned to pat small! trust in prof.-8sion ;
Clinton! .ioJ Monroe streets, Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop world I hate trifling. I shall not call againsir .
I85& 31 the purpose .of doipg any \toik in the abort line, I ;of every variety done at short m tice. look past the Sunday and prayer meeting p
JaDuarylP. that may be entrusted to his care. I City nnd Country merchants piety of people, and to estimate religious !" I As yc would that men should do unto

R. H.BERRY, Are respectfully invited to give rae a call bcfoie per quality: by the standard of the Apostle James If you were to call forty times, and I I you, do .TO' ('Yen so to them." This is the

Auctioneer and A fine Lot of Jewelryihich I will sell at the lowest \ I chasing elsowhere.fS There must be genuine lore of the neighbor,, hadn't the money to settleyonraecotint! you Divine standard- '*-.r mtlst be born agah'leaves

possible prices. I, : ? N- B. }articles manufortued: from the very before there can be a love of God ; for neighborly woold call in rain," said the mechanic, showing I I to ns no latitude of interpretation.-

MERCHANT.aLLABAMBKFU ... Tht bert References tjirrn if re2.iire.LApril 'best material and warranted durable. No. other art] love is the ground in which that higher considerable! disturbance of mind. I There must be a death 0( the old, natural,

..8.pt.8 1666. 30. 1859. l8lyDwelling __ __ __ I'lewill October be offered 20, 1855.for sale. '" 42 and purer love takes root. It is all in vainto "' You need not add insult to wrong." Mr. selfish loves, and a new birth of spiritual..af

-- --iflGlt: L -CORLEr, House for Sale.i -- talk of love as a mere ideal thing. Love Gray's countenance reddened, and he looked fections.: Aa a man Cot Is, so- will he act. If

I I ; i srtive. and cording: to its angry. the affections that rule hit hotrt be divine affections .
offers fur tale PLANTERS' HOTEL is.
Attorney at Law THE to a purchaser his bouse njjt' : quality, works. If the l lo.., !* Jiearen'v.it! If there is insu.lt in the rase it U on,your I he will be a lover of others and a

TALLAIIASSKK, .tt*. I lots in Bel-Air.easy Apply to the un ,
January: I'l. 1857. :3-ly I or to W. K. Bean JOHN BEARD. C. H. FISHER. Propri!lor. ; but, if Infernal, In acts of ee'fijhnvss: !! ( fee ing. { I am not a.digger of :gold out I harsh, exacting man in natural things, but

_n_ -- -- j Mirth, 1859. 10-tf .. I' April 9. 1659. 15ly9IED1CAL t that disregard (the neighbor. of the earth nor a coiner of money. I must kind, foi bear ing, thoughtful of others,.andjielditrg.
John B. I be paid fur my work before I can pay the In all with his
MEL ----- --- -- --- ----- I will observe this :Mr. Gray, said I, as I hisdealings men,
AND COUNSELLOR I IMARIAN POST & NOTICE.J. I walked homeward from the co.npany, "and bill I owe. It was not enough that I ItdJ i actions: will be governed (by the heavenly
ATTORNEY COMMISSION MERCHANTS you the failure of I) y customers to meet their laws judgment and justice. Ho will
him be true. re
whether the
touching .
report ;
J. S. see
:- .\, FLA. I B. TAYLOR,. |ttND. ** .
I II 64 Poydrus Strevt If he i< indeed a Christian they affirm, enllIgPIl1E'nts- gar3 the good of his neighbor equally with-.
: VT7IL.L V I practice ill the Circiut and Courts NE'VV" OEt.LEA.NS.: I I Drs. Taylor & Bond, the Christian graces of meekness and charity You','e no business have customers, his own. It is in the world where Christian

and 1 Calhoun special atteutioo Washington to collecting. ---- --- nspocinted in the practice of Medicine. Of- will blossom!! in his I fe, and make all the air broke in Mr. Gray. No right to take my grr es revi-al themselves they exist at alL

Vovimber pay : *:, IMS. 48-1 j \ REFER TOiirxrs I HAVE at the OLD STAND of Dr.Taylor. around him fragrant." goods and sell them to men who are not hon. Religion is not a mere Sunday affair: 'but( the

-- -- Thomas J Perkins 9. 6 Opportunity soon cam" Fletcher Graywas est enough to pay their bills." regulator of a man's conduct among hj3 (-l!:,

Beni. F. Young I .. I. R.IJariip,4fl.Qiiney.! .. I .A..G-EJSrCY. a Ftore-keeper, and his life in the world "One of them is your own son," replied the low men. Unless it does this, it is a false
Denham 4 Palmer, ilonticclio7 endurance. His
; mechanivgoaded beyond : and he who
religion, depends it for tho
: :' "!iL- Li .il.. .) -JL I Beard tt Denham: St. Marks, i was consequently open to the observation of bill is half of I have sent for upon
: : I Mr. Jairu-s Filor, Key West, i iM..r. kor .1 all men. lie was likewise a husband and a equal to yours. I' enjoyment'of heavenly felicities in the next

ANDSOLICITOR I. .. M.N ugIit A Crnn-nd, Atlanta, Geo. (a.hpp' flia relations re, therefore, of a the amount a great many times, but he still life, will find himself error. Heaven can
IN EQUITY J. N. }tcK woo i: Co, Tbotr.asTiUe D&DnIS: Cab., SVM. II. YOUNG, Pre"t. t : test of his true puts me off \\.hli excuses. I will send! it to I, not be earned by mere acts of piety, for
the Courts of the Cash Cspilal, ., :stOOOOG V. ; character: : to daily, a I
WILT. practice in I August 14. 1858. 33-ly you the next time. heaven is the complement of all Divine affections
ef Florida, and the Federal --3. quality. .
I home with :
I AMAKEE mITE above Agencywill .t AIJ;; time,be supplied It "" only the day .tbtJkiIsi5Rr4 This was thrusting a siiarj.varquishad in: the human soul; and a man must
(otriCC AT > .1- Mr. Gray retreated .
I .1. with Exchar.ge NWJVik,k. at cnn-eat rates; :Mr. under circumstances taVor- I I come into these-must b* horn into thE'm-
REFERENCES : : Also Columbus and Apalarbicola. Ltii!1 diocooo- to meet Gray : from thebattla*];!1. bearing: a painful while earth he
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS nn lIe into the store on or can never find'an eter.
1 1Co& able Jo observation. came
CAPT. .T. J. Lrcm. ) t..1 l at current rates. Gold Coin for sale.OiKoe IS.' 11 I dal home the
God. Heaven
.. J. D. AIKU, V Charleitott A.TLA. I (up stair) over the Store of T. L. Bclton, of a merchant with whom I was transacting wound.That ') said fie among angels -

FaAScm & Tnovfsox: ) I formed a co-partnership in the practice of I &q, M. P. ELLIS, Agent some business, and asked, the price of, certain -mechanic wiua't light left ifi the shop w." L.J,,l__is_not_ gained_: __ by.,doing_, but. by living.
Tallahassee HAVE as Gray 0'
DR JAMCS S. JONES. and will attend to any professional business Tallahns Dec.. 1858.\ 49AjDard goods Jn the market. I moved aside and
!3WILLIAm that I said it. But he pressed mi
June fl. 57. --- -------- -- ry now
entrusted to
carp. watched him narrowly. There was a marked
D. P. HOOUE. A. PERRY AMAKER. T--------! change in the expression of his countenance closely. I am but a human."
1. 1868. 18 : He is hard money-lo
May a exacting
51'I ,
and in the tones of his \oice. The
AYTTOaWSV: AT !L. II E. L. T. had sober almost solemn the man Wa3: my remark.
FIRE INSURANCE. a expression ; ..
MONTICELLO FLA Register of the United Slates Land Office latter was subdued! even to '.'11ntiven..SBut $.- They tell me he has become a Christ! I $$1

I i TALLAHASSEE, Fl.'., said the mechanic. Has religion-1 '
July 30.1853. 30 t lj IliRTFORD FIRE l.mRASCE C03IPAM.PIICKNIX in a little while these peculiarities gradually
- 1 his services to act as Actxr for persons converted. Is that so I"a'
and the aforeti-ne Mr.
llffi I INSURANCE COMPANY, OFFERS to enter land in the State Land Office. disappeared, It is commonly repotted ; .but I tI
M. I) PAP\ stocd there unchanged-unchanged,
OF 1IAKTFOEP, ('rJNN.Aggr.'gate and will dtteixl to any bu'iness, io any of the State cray must be in eiror. St. 1
$100,000 00. Offices! at the Capitol. Charges reasonable aDd in not only in appearance, but in character., cpmmon report -
Capital, gives pall'nce": forbearance long-suflei!
PAPY &; I proportion to the time and labor bestowed. There was nothing of the yea, \ea,' and ,
. I M. P. ELLIS Agent Maps of Townships WEST or SUWANNFE RIVER, meekness,, brotherly .kindness, and clot
his but
jEV.ttom.oyjs; ; t; Tallahas! Dec. 4,_858. 49___ I IlUEIHC.L furnished at from two to five dollars each,in advance.Januaiy I 'nay, nay, spirit in bargain making: as some ofmbhrstian graces. I do
k.OlUflA. \VOl Idly effort to gain advantage in
TALLAHASSEE, 4 in eager '
1669. .
22. them i in this therefore
I INOTICC.Dr.T. I fee man, .
I noticed fhM'inthe face of
tradr. asseveration
- --- an
1859. 28! --- : "
July 3. ., must be in error. 'l-
- I that only five per cent, over cost .
( "I have him bund .5It
FLOYD & I Hayward Willis. I II OF THEFarmers' wag! asked for a certain article, he still en- paid a good many C
of dollars since I opened shop here
VINO located in Jtffurson county. one half BankOF jeavored to procure it at a lower figure than my .
Attorneys at Law. I HA & Exchange the mechanic, with the manner of one
mile to the rear of Mrs. Braden's.on St. Ansriw- was named by the seller and finally be crow ded
"TILT. practice in the Circuit tine road, offers his Professiofml services to the !ur. : nmuESTo.v him down to tIle exact cost, knowing, as he fejt,hurt If I am a poor bard woiking n
West Florida and iu the I rounding country. I I try to be bonest Sometimes! I get a I
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK, NEW did that the merchant had a large stock on
Di'trict Court ,
ia the ,
fthe State. Also 8, 1S59. 2 because
January SIGHT AND CHARLESTON, behind hand, as I am now, peopwork ( -1 11t
ed States,in the Northern District of} I hand, and could not well afford to it should.
H.J. FLOYD Office (' I I FOR SALE.A. f9.r.don' pay me up as they
./ twice before when I wasn'tsquitre
HOLLAND Office happenbd ,
Agent lIe's a sharper!r' said the merchant, turning
ec.S2,1835.. 81 1 CONPANY I II Tall"lml(9.!" Dee. 1858. 49, __ toward me as Gray left the store. with Mr. Gray, and he pressed d<
-- "erjlia d and talked just as
-- \ me,
Ot HARTFORD. 1 Ilc'sa ClllistilD.tlu'J was quiet
Bank of Florida say my
Henry L. I'I I heard him to-day. lie got his money, cv
I .- -AfT : dollar of it; and lie will get his money n

COMMISSION Incorporated in 1S19.-Charter Perpetual. A L lAII.ASSEE.CQ V A Christian I" I did think, knowing that he had joined 4,
know that tm lias become
Yes don't :
TALLAHASSEE, FLA."T : I :: OFFICE IN RUTGERS' BCII-DING- Jf:) you the church !" church anti maue a profession of religion,

-_-4-- CASH '. ;;.,-91,000,000. I religious.. and joined" he would bear a little patiently with me
IBERAL advances made on Cotton NEW YORK AND You're joking.
EXCHANGE ON time. That as he had obtained forgivenas
JL consigned to his fricuds in New IKStTr.X AOAINSTT.OSR ANT) DAMAGE BV FIkl!:, I' SIGHT: ORLEANS FOR SALE. Not a word of it. Didn't you observe of his tins towards Heaven
alleged !!
ON TEIMS ADAPTKIITO TIIR HAZARD, Prcsi lent. meek when he came in t"
SIGhT CHECKS OX NEW YORK AXDCONMSTHST WITH TIlE LAWS WM. BAILEY his subdued, aspect, would be merciful to his fellow-man.

}* amotmtt to tttit p.. OF COMFfcX&ATlON; : : W. R. PETTES. Cashier. Why, yes; now that yon refer to it, I do well! 'these things make us scept

ksTch h. 1851\ 11 B. C. LEWIS, Agent, I February 19. 1859. 8BLACKSMITIUNG. remember a certain peculiarity about him.- about the of who \\'illWUh.very
-- honesty men
-- -
-- ---- --
-- -- For Tallaliastie and vicioitv. Become pious Joined the church Well I'm -r- "
Cabell 33 selves religious. My experience with rroofessora' "Hallo Ito,,,'.
E. G. I August 15. 1857.: I sorry." Tr..i\s: COCRTI! lP.- gal .
has been Asa
not encouraging.
SUBSCRIBER gives notice very Ma ?r' i"hlain't .
what I"
A 1; torixoy; : ; Yonge & McClellan, L tbat be \has opened his/" ., For For the injury he will do a good,: cause. general thing I find them jteedy for gain as your got none here-reckon sbe'a deadby '

TALLAHASSEE, t'L.January at Ija-tTir 1 I .____!BLACKSMITH SHOP again intuitnettion that makes better husband I other men.ve out aide people of the world this time." -. ...>,,...).,I .to,. ,
A.11orn.cys; ; where he will The religion a man a
with his When
to sighted. a man
S I '
8, 1859. III ALL THE OOUtTS OK 1I"PT FLORIDA. ': have done all kioda of Plantation sod Carriage ,,'ork.ALSOr father, man of business, lawyer, doctor .get very than "Well, Low's Fat" "" 'i
--------- set himself to be of better quality we, .
up "' *
MAKIANNA. i I for it is cenuine, as the He was bung laat May. : "r't!
WILLIAM S. OFFICE AT PE sAcoLA ASD preacher, reverence, and calls himself by A name significant ofheavenly
McCLIXLAN, Marlsnna Ii lives of those who aceept it do testify. But Hump. What are you doiu'l" _
C. C. TOSGE, Pen..J. F. SnOElKd best
i intie
I very manner; virtue, we judge him naturally by .
Counsellor Just look in' allou1. ./
and .
and ?
I /
Attorney January 8, 1659. t OlIOlt-in use every endeavot to haTe ,work your hypocritical pretenders scorn exe his own standing and watch him very closely.
--- I I with dispatch, and to snit coMomer crate." Zactly what I'm! doinISposi!!) \rehitch,
MONTJCELLO, FLORIDA.IITILL Ellis Orlopp & Co., 1' B. BROKAW. It i is almost too strong language{ this!, as If he remains as.lir'dasselfiah,, as exacting, and provender if.you can.giMbectb.er best!"
in the Courts of the before do not rut much .
after wo
practice as ,
1 '
I, 1859. Well bat I've got counterfeit
I I January aid I. only a
V aDd Tltom.. and Lowndes DEALERS applied to Gray, .
f eait, WHOLESALE IN -- --- --- -- faith in- his profession, and are, very apt to '" .. '
the ,
asked *
12-ly "What is hypocrite I" merchant fr
.- HARDWARE, FINE CVTLERY, Liverv and Sale Stable. class him with"hypocrites. Ilia praying and jest zaclly ruj own. pre i.....-' Come,

J. M. CALL A GUNS, PISTOLS, 4c., 4-c., I I uodersigried gives uo- "A man who puts on t the semblance of :, fine taDt..boot.faith. and heavenly love, and 'If wa can't cheat.one judge w 8' .n..notller.
7-L tice, that he has purchased being washed. from all sin. excite in us contempt '
No.l'l New York. which so come gal-here take arm-we'l
GROCER & COMMISSION Pearl Street. 4 the Livery Stable of Christian virtues he does not possess. rather than.respect, We.sk. .for food ,, my try
ROBERT ELLIS. William Newsotn,in Tallahassee together wuh the And that is what !Mr.\ Gray does when he anyhow. ,
shall .
fruits know
& MAX A. OHLOPP Ja, works and by tbeir, '
'Two DOOM non Ants I good will of the establishment, and that he is now to be religious. A true Christian is 8). :
ANTL Yon hand and THOMAS P. ELLIS. prepared to carry on the business ro all its branches, assumes Was he to when he crowded them." ; ,0:7-: .f' ,Jon,a Jiaa, a / verenea. fi>r..teeth,"

CONST of provisions and Family Or : January n, 18:19.: 4 I md promises tbe pcblie 'With good accommodations just.down in the just of me goods,, and rolbd I On the next Sunday I.saw Mr. Gray in' said B/own... 4 iSII '.pefeif "/:.,w..r.Sa i iU>Vreply
pains spared in selecting goods to fill in his line on. reasonable tenns.1ICUARD. me price my church. him when he en "//br mlfcit'aLdiaLaace -
the and at the lowe t market Nathaniel.Hamlen, SAUNDERS.Sep. me of a living profit, in order that be might My eyes were on d1|selvray''j ep a
country .,
that all the lines of hU face .
tered. I noticed from it *
think There is
try produce and all other goods MERCHANT 1858 SB secure a double.gain! I not.
rale will receive prompt attention. f COMMISSION -- -- -- .---- I the live and let live' principle in that were drawn tlown, and that the-whole aspect 1 .'.. "y t' .' .'

Tallahassee and vicinity are ? No. 38 Povdras St, New Orleans. P. B. DAt OKAW'S. No not-even no, sir. If he bas joined the church, and bearing of the man were solemn and devotional. Oif4" .Xy unglady'onY: ; W-nt: is.'qbarge4<<\

call examine and price my good D is black in the He moved to his placewith A slow with putting'on airauecanso ahe rebicd; to'
there sheep .
elsewhere. Every article warranted to LHEEY LW SiLE STIBLES word for A
REFERS TO- my his to the floor. On taking b ,
east ball
of language step eyes go a ..
acnted to the purchaser. fold I might say-without foOte'd'I j" ,
lo.'S i. 18 E :.ooy.Jam. E. Broome, }TaUW:1l8e tI.. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ; or, in sheep'sclothing. his seat, he leaned bit head on tM pew in ( e
April wolf therein disguised
_' Oea. It. A. Shine, ,THE Proprietor would in' a" front of him, and continued, nearly a minute De Quneey being aaked'wby then were
A. J. A. B. Noyes. FAq, t F1a. bis friends and lhe.public >' I ia in
Newport in prayer. Daring the service I heard hia more women than men, 'repliedIt, : _. _
R. M. Spencer. Eaq. that be has rebuilthi., "Give tbe rnantime"said I. "Ollhahits "
LAW &. COLLECTION John J. Spelling Quincy, P1.. arge'Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now I of life resfrong,you )kno : In A little \sldleI voice iri the singing; ; and through the sermon conformity to tho arrangements .njitBre". ";
VTm. Jefferaoo county, Fla.J. I maintained fixed f attention. t of heaven than 'earth.'
Gen. Bailey to accommodate his friends and customers his the. most we always lee more
repared clearer and regulate !
TALLAHA8SE, FLOKIDA."V"ILL Fla.Augustus I Vust be will see >
Q Putnam ESQ.. Madison Black- and he- remainedafter .. .'
He also has attached to his Stables,a good was corouitinion Sabbath ; -. '
Practice in the Circuit I Steele, Esq. Cedar Keys, P1.. kinds of lifo from perceptions higher troths. I W -
wh willba have done all
raith he
Shop. !re ve ihe congregation was to join {)::7 'fbere.J1.L mnnAlgwrs.w4o jells
T I' Leon Wakulla Jefferson aod Daniel Bell. Esq.. Hamilton county, Fla.Ed. i iI Plantation work, Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in MI thought bis heart was changed, answered -
the collection of 1 id i tho holiest act of worship. such good ttories that'bia"frieoda.! say -it fa
attend to .
promptly I Rembgtotw'Esq. 1.monasvi1e Oeo. .be >est ll1ADDer and with ptomptnesa. and dil the merchant, with some irony in his
counts in any of aaid Counties.t3f Ed.S.iiucE.q.: )rI >:iiteb.Novembers very. "That be bad; been made a new crea- Can this mail ie indeed selr. eceivcd I" I dangerous to walk ,..i iss.bJm J !in !the forest, for
Office in the Capitol,opposite u Jack. J. Marsh K.q, DuncanrUle Geo. 1851. 44 I tones." .asked myself aa I walked bom ward. '.' pan all the byenaa coma,round him to laugh.
Attorney's General office. I N... 20. 1858 4'1'WM. I tore. _
-- that be
-- --- --- he really believe Heaven to gamed '
Feb. 27. 1658. 9-1 discuss that point with
did not to
-- M. LAWTON & CO., Darriagea, Buggies, and Harness, him I and care merely answered : by pious ,act alone. That every' Sabbath az"Charle."sa4: a yottftg lady to bier

FIRE : For Sale by P. B. Brtkiir.t ", so of spiritual life are as the evening be can pitch bis tent a day's march bciri." what is the eaose'of the market>oa*
FACTORS The beginnings
STATE FIRE ASD IIIIKE: CHARLESTON, S., C. THE Sebscxjbey bu just rsceived beginnings of natural life. The babe is bora nearer Heaven though all the week be may bell ringing lG.r. ."Wd .: ,said t.beae::

PENNSYLVANIA.INSURE WM. MLAWTON.U. -. large supply or Carriages in feeUeoes, and we most wait through the have failed-in the commonest offices 0( negh.bedyIovr ''qDlte aol mD1y,",at were l fX ..

I BACOT, Boggiss, aDd llarae.sbich h. offsrrale before i n,1 I IbonidgiTe itismy dI1bWMTc.! ,
WAINWIUGUr i andyoutb, "
against loss by Fire on toe ,' t on the mot reasouablc terms.Nuveuber periods of infancy'childhood that bad .
A F. H. t WIKBORN LAYTONJa.Au 18, 1531.: 46 we can- have tho strong.man' ready for It so happened. I many oppoita lion that fcomtboof 1*-pull _,?% ..

Tallahassee, Dcccml-cr 1 8,1 838.: ;. 2 t.', 1859. :Sl-rruf{ / .

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-f : We con01e our table rolo'n : Terry upon- discharging'- LI*-pistol folded; 'his arm, I BY The Insurgents are said to number six to eight Died alibi residence.CBItIJAH1Es.in Orange county< Florida.on the

Jleribinn! & |ournal.T .! ., II holding< the pitted Mill nnoking in his hand but TELEGRAPli.I hundred under the leadership of a man named Anderson 9th August DANIEL A.XEWTO.V. ofTypho ferrr.

em"JnTtL .lun nlrnI Jid not move 'from his jwwition. Broderick's see.onus I LATER I recently arrived'at the Ferry. One report. -
._-_ ".' __ A !I I--j-l ,, ran to Li* aid, and Dr. Locbr. commenced to : from a merchant there say that most of tl h e citizens Odober.lsIt Died on lake, of BiDJoui KemUlent neal Titlahsssee Fever en the Siho.
I I I : ; rtannch the we.un.L The billet: entered ju t f.-I MAE'ELizt.
i I ARRIVAL s OF TIlEJkapsufches were imprisoned, and many .f them killed. All! BKJH. ; H.Johiuonaged
\ LLAnA88 u t : !! I 1 ward of lit nipple 'l.t lodged a* "1 ,
ClitihT.tiij I.I. 'de. t the left arm. He waspUOfl the roads leading to the town weft Uirrieaded aiJUgtiardr.1. 14 ,. She(s* most other of her age) had made
-- - -- y I :! Sl W I I I into town in his carrluge.Pretioii DO prefrMioa of reli t ioa .p to the time of b r illness bat l.y
i.\TtJRD.\, OCTOUKH 22, 185O : 0' I I ; L te tin. Terry anti hi* frien,U left the .A.EE:: -' aLoli- tbeenceof GsuI>l>.w. enabled beforehrr departure
be lhe work of the
It i believed here to
=- = __ -= _t --Z _-.L 3iE l I = I = druing rapidly into town and started at once nrtlred at tht Mertiiry OJicr. claim,.pbrlst a* fcer'? *ioor, Irt by hold tJ the promise*
It> Ati-- 81 | p ::-r :f ffranklin .. f.J. where Imat tionist Secretary floyd recd/t'd f eve'ml 'ellks I made bjr Cad to she children of men.and to
Ruprcm* Co art Orl. Itorant..Ialhonn .UF4Uu-, ... ... .... I the north Lcll. was waiting, evince lo Ihe
A few copies of the I>eci ion* for 1859 may be <' .VI) 4.1,, I : : "I".. .. and proceeded to 1ald. where they took pr'uateconvfjni LATER FROM EUROPE. apo, an anonymous fetter informing him that ther!' contolatio*of her stricken parents, brothers and sisters her

liad by application at this office Price *i 511.l'oS .(1a3. 11u 11 TMl \!...I 1ijlll'.... .. ... .. :ee to ; their arrival at Benicia I New YORK, OclolteT 13.-The Meanwhip Africa would be a rising andi an attempt trt capture theamlOrT. aeeepfancv!; with G
!I liaiSe..i u.1umbia I .I (iOj,; 3' .. 1'.1. ..1. I they took an ovcrlaud: conveyance to Sacramento.ilr. I has arrived from U'erJ'lool.I'itlt dales tu the !t but it was too indefinite and ImprobeUe the shortness, ins uncertainty life She had not(bought a
age pI 'uh. IScial t 3Ti: 148 69S9 31*' 644; itS, 4, aEu.eainhia ,.::: Brodi-rick w as taken to the house nf weok prior to her death thai the ruing nit of another_bal.

I 9 I. .Xiav .>I' '' 409 i .. 11: .( ::: 11 kfl. nt Bin 1 I.int. where he "'I\ Lni.IIS1' instTh I.l, n' 12914 aa' I lau been serious 'i bui'nliis ro.Mees
Ift"D. i ring day by of bit frierul. fflarWt *ere CQ.iiOO' baleInftrior qIlAliti.'S declined but without doubt there a body death snatched her wish aa iron
f.xlvlen; 24 is* 11,3", Tile Editor of the Stlitl has returne l to his i|! Hamilton, I 71-: 1M loll .. )! Ijj 8.! II .\ able to peak eluring liu owinjr l I, i(3d. The middling qualities were easier dittrrbnpce there. A represenative of the press I, gnrp, and she ascended to pay her debt to lUna wlao made

post and will resume duty next .k. During hitnce llemaivta lull] (, 4-Kl I ItT!, (91 SI t.1'' f' his wounded lungs hi. articulation was generally bill-quotations were unchanged. Holder offered trent with the Iroop and *-e lall probablyhave : her; bat I I. be alone? No- he meets two dear bruSh nI
K 1 111 149 M A
I mn.b' : t;' 111 j and unintelligible. freely! tnt showed IKI disposition to pres* sale up I there one of whom Ml aalnp nut long brferv her,with whom
,< the &* ;rl has ben ably conducted byMewnC 4 90$ I 95 I : I.. indilinet authentic Ltfe the tile
KAM of .flue Cincinnati Tile efttimited stock )) )) Uleis uf Which more intelligence I tbe wiD forever be it rest antl .
Jarkaon, U7 877, 8. 1. ii.MM., iCI t1 1; t'iJeanon. correspondtiit Tiniefnys was sing anthem of praise to th
Hrt and Barfoot wlio grtict-fully retire 160 117 il 08Kt n 80 SI I/l, :' 81si 1 that at fifteen minute part nine thUmorning. (I6tw}' 475 000 tales were American. I graph office eloe. great Rettsemcrafsosula. May Ood in hi* InHnlle'.wiWom

in the last issue_of tbat paper. r.rayl. 7 J Ktm 1f, a I. ..in.I'' idi tI 1 I Mr.Brodenck liretlelli.lsL Gloom and a.rr\ The Bullion in the Bank of England had increed DISPJuYCILVasttraooe I,and bouaJleM mercy War nod amwer the pnrfta If her be-
- .. .- -- I 1. n 1. .. are for the S y-em.0sD : reared relations, and
J.cvy 10 iu ) II ... pervadehe w Commaniy. Flags week 349000. 6ct. may her departure from oar niU"be
lA'oa Clft.1I.., Liberty, t11': 19 lt s 67 1 f 'I i, I ... mast, niton' down. atr are closing and .all The demand for money was Increasing; American 17, 9:80 p. m. Nothing further I.the neaaa of bringing u taut cr-evr hkw with the Holy

Commenced Its aesaloa on Monday last Judge W.aa, 838 III.ITt, 71n 11, *4g.- Ii 4 i,.4iM .. the public building and even private luus are Securities were unchanged. has been heard from Iarper'sFeFry, except that the Fpirif.

Baker Soon after T. W. Wa 4a l sI'M' $3 j ts.. 16 hung and drc** d iu moui ning. L%TB T.-LITUPUOL,October 1-Noon.-The market reporta are generally confirmed. The insurgent I I I too am coming by the help of grace,
prtfoidi *nzng. M 56 NI.! .. '... with sale of bale Breadstuff When like
.tr. I is 131 ---- steady, 800 yon, I shall bare ran ray rare. .
Bretard. EJ- mndr a resolution adopted in June N.. I' N ... ...... .. have fortified the bridge with cannon. The snap!-
Provision dolL Consol .
KxteMlon of the PefiMdtia Sc Georfct* Railroad are quiet unchanged.borne Why should I mohrh,for one auprwn"lj blest,
list presetted and read the proceedings of the New Kirer,..3...4 .lO. lit ..1.. : ..4. __I. Broken1 circulars mj that the market is cion here is that the disturbance was caused ly the Wilts whom I "ope for r>r more to chit -

nice-ting of the liar then held, rxpreoive of tLnaeIIe 1! Orang Santa KusaSL 131 .1. eS.. 251f 144), ..j..l.! '' I.. The Quiney RtpUic urges a subscription fur the influenced by tile favorable prospect of the American failure of the contractors on the Government e1ntnto IIu Bai/rntB.
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of the Bar and community at the lo"" of the I JotinvSuniptrr! 1 i: 141 2 'j 431 I 41'...'... ..... 1 (.urrm extending the Prneacola d Georgia lUil- crop. Spinner buy onutlously. The fcrnnionsandy pay the employees sevirol liinihreul in mlmbcr, Did Wedne-sday aft.moon, Ort 80th, lisp,
771 :V.' '... .. .. grade are ported to hate declined Jd ((3 id. .
: I'IV : that to the river. In and tliat the ha \'en into ser ice.
late Jivts T. Ar.enia. In ttfliflg that the piocecdings Suwanne-e, It.I..t1! ItS JIM.! Ml I 4i' 7 1 sTaew point Aplaehcol. Messrs. HEWITT A Co., repot an improved d<*- negroes vs preyed ELLA FRANCE, infant daughter of Awl.T ,uJ,
be spread upon the rt"CUr'.II of the Court iMr i : 42 } 169 ....I IV ... : t4G: the same connection, it is DoticH1le the good mind for Cotton without arresting the downward Se'ft'l'1Ilcoml'lIl1iesh"rt'teen ordered from Richmond and EUwbeth' F. Pee-ler aged one 3 montli
\lrfUM1, "lW I. . .'. yeat
.1. .
B. Slid in mln-tancc: I \\.lt..n.vkuUa"n. 24". X.i 2.C.I 2ie'2.1' : 9' .. people of Jackson nre linking their attention again tendency of the article. Their circular ays the and they will probably leave in a spccsal train tonight and twenty day -

W.1 l OT : c M 1A ... 1:....I.. called to the wme nnd hopes ate market u rery irregular and quotation, nominal Coy Wise is route for Washington.
1:1 en
It i Is needle*. it that I 1:1 tntrrpiHe strong JT<- taint of earth
tc l
may ploae joi.r: Honor I 9:- : y | aj J'1.C.U.lnLTIOS though prices for the better hare no thought of sin
qualities poi
-t should say anything in support of the motion lii.'hit : :1 ell I :, ;I 1 11 i I I \j entertained. that something definite will be done.- tirely declined Jd. ADDITIONAL FROM HARPER'S FEIIRY.WASHKCTOX ITer dwelt thy stainless !breastaiiluiim,

i,* my duty to make this en-ca-ion. TWKeeolulions The And God Imth lain the down to
upon : MAr.nn Patriot of Saturday last contains a The imports the week hare l een 52,000 bole Oct. 18.'reei.1 J\\pat.ck to the sleep
pp letter from Pret-ldent Honstonn to Gen. illlloti, The quantity of the old crop at sea forLheqiool is the p.Soon
that Baltimore troopsIn.1
Baltimore Sun
f the deep afflic'ion into whiih the com says
OuiufJsetie-IuPon. 4,084 41VUU bales against! 20,000 bales lint *cason.Rictunttoox death's conch .
mmiity wa thrown by the death "f Nie who Oerui..si..n which we publish below a well as an able com the marines are under the command of Col. Lee.- on flan we recline
Wriglit 3,044BaitisIl. ;SrfsttJL Co. quote Middling Orleans feK>ii will our head be laid with thine
) iix>n farth wa* ended] while hi' munirfttion signed public meet- ;
powirs I Ifrdl 2,741 JaeksD. urging 7 1 16d. The army arrit't'.lucar the Ferry at one o'clock last We pfay thee then oil! God ort"n.

were jet and ripe iiiiforgottcn..lId'gorou.He and e.i uk lihi elwwn acquirement to dim : lug and the opening of sulttiriptioo Look at Ma insox qnote the useful Upland declined night, and learned that (Virginia regiment and lhat with little Ella, in heaven above

rnnset be f.ide away into no clde twilight no ; .olhtrsFor\r.l. 6.C28 Gteen"'ou.Camphcllton and other pint. 3ilt3. and the middling and lower minhties declined the Frederick Maryland, troop had entered the We may join the blest anip.lie Play

'Iut he sprang out of life in the I IriIit bluzeof meridian t Walker, C.21C This i is 1 move in the right direction it lUlian rumor look threatening Loris XAPOLK town on the opposite bi 1.. -Thereva a good deal Tluit for aye around thy alter sing.

f iln/\" From us rose the dirge-with him Yongc, 2,905 followed up by trt) Pcthajis i if our Jic'-'onfr'ands I ON repudiates dfs-irc to place Piiiiee rs.iruLtoN of firing heard and it was npoited that nire persons -
. floated the tean of tiinmjih. The tiding of 'II'M Hoguc.Holland. 1.213 would .
J | I adopt the example of Cadsden the on the Itiilian throne. were kilted. Tilt insurgent are in posse-siem Commercial.T.LL.IIASSEE
death went like the State From .
wailing or one I SSI be The latent ndxiu-j fiom Cliiim confirm the .
object iniglit
desi/cd accotnplifhed ,'itl of the arsenal and to curreuuder, but -
extremity to the other mourningcl-tbc -
; --
McCantc( 513 of I he nominal imprisonment of Mr. \Vsutr. the\nll'r. -
I and It is but fitting may it pleae your Honor 1111.1j I c certainty and in less time. Let I meeting: be convened icon Miui-ttr, at Pekin. they demand safe conduct out of the e'itEeu'ty, oth- 911RKET.TALUOASSCS .

j but a melancholy of justice to the noble d.nd, McDonald 867 at Marianna nnd appoint committees to can. ofhe
Prince S"Pt'LT.OX left ZuiUh, without having an erwi'e i they threaten to sacrifice the lives of two OCT. SI, ItUP.
tliat this Court-'here where he lived and died and -----
t ( In the,
\ass tuliitiiptions. meintimc other meet intmie-w with the plmipotentiurifi.11'e whom hold .
? citizens *
wa t"u'f'd-Lere: the where The Brodertek Don.A principal they n prisoner COTTOX -The market tbs! week baa been with
of hi. great efforts upon were made very-spot should grant many the ing can be held at centr.il I"ut; and the iaijKrtanee Conference eoi.tinue, but nothing of their Among the insurgents are Keggr t-cnman' and ready gales, at from ojf @ 10.'i eenta Sales for the week

feeble' testimonial arked of its deep sense vf 'hi* letter from San Francisco gives an acconnt of of the question pics-ed the people.- proceedings trinjiro.Tlic Drown of Ohio Todd, of Maine, Aaron Stephens amount to 313 baka.
upn \l-\l of the
King Belgium to X'I'OLEO'\
great .\l.y.. his unswerving integrity his di.tmguuhed the cause of the fatal dnel between Senator Brod This was the Gadaden. plan ,'Ilet. in the course of referred only to the national debt of that country of Connecticut now dying makes the following HEIR A COtES Cotton Broken.PORT .
i and his death. rick and which occurred the 13th
Hrdee. untimely Judge Terry 011 few weeks .
a $90 000
something was to statement. Tile plan has been eoncocting for more
I* It i not for me, may jdcasc' your Honor, t in.duibr btptcmber. seems that in June lauf, soon after Italian One S
t ; my feeling upon this occasion. Other older I But even to make this course suceersfu1, some rumor are very conflicting. says than a year, the parties rendisvor.zed at a farm a ip neWS. -
the of the Democratic State Convention that the Dukes of Jlodcna and Tu inure
meeting sonny .
.a and wiser thau f sw individuals must take the lead and organ -
rxpresoion in < energetic few milts distant which had been hired (or the -- --- --
m.'fel.ltne ize I a large force to attack the in Central pnrpoee
fitting ten to pulic srrw.J'eu I is honorableto Mr. Brodrrick, w'bile sitting a', a public table at devote themselves t the -ork "What I every Spain declines English mediation army in the Morocco luly.- by Capt. Brown, of Kansas notoriety, under OF ST. MARKS.AHRIVED .

; our nature that every community|K>itiU with a the International Uotd. in San Francisco, gut into business is nobody's business"-in other affair.
I the assumed name of Bill Smith.
proud pride-their !last Id 11."e in bereavement controver y with Pcrley, an intimate personal Ly.will lie attended to To Mr. W nD's detention at Pe-kin is explained in -
by accomplish LATER. The battle last
to the noble of their honored dead. In obedience nobody. night was fought mainly
de. friend of Judge Teiry harsh remarks concerning some of the paper lie *as waiting an interview Oct. tL Oeo. T. Ward IirhW from New York, assorted
to his fellow-eitizens have decreed 1- :good result, then a few must take the mat with the Emperor and he win confined to Isis by the Railroad men. One conductor was killed merchnntllze.
that one whoseability position peculiarly the latter, who in a speech before the convention in otherwise 13. 8leamer Atlantic,Folger, from Itttana rla.
ter will Key West
< Iland comparatively nothing house only to prevent him making external obser and two others wounded. It is thought that the left Mm day for New
fit him for the tak shall Orleans.
"O to ida I prnounc chill therefore a public eulo- bad spoken diaprgngly.f the Senator b i certainly in the power of Jackeonto vations. lIe will return to the port tnuuediately Abolitionists be hung as soon as they are taken. IT. Steamer aaivest.aNew Orles.ni,Ult AIDe day
memory. rpeak no in his attitude democratic for havana via
after tile interview. Key Weal.
gum present t the road into tbe _
te County. is
needed -
but move that the be spread carry 'Not.lnj u IN POUT.
. upon the miout.c of the prOeein& party. Mr. Brerek. at the time,told Perley that to this end but l subscriptions, and without -- A.us.D.-A man was arrested in this place Brie Oeo. T. .

An order was made in of the motion he expected him to carry his rem.rl t the Judge these the work will jd go ARRIVAL OF THE yesterday charged with committing murder in flack 11. L. Kntcrrs Ward,unloading.DeJano lowtlnf.
pursuance and intimated his readiness to bold hiouelf frw.r some part of the State of Arkausas. IMreetly after Brig Motley, WiUUma, .
,- of }Ir. Brcrard, after which the Court adjourned. responsible The letter from CoL Iloustoun, to which we have NORTHBRITON committing the foul dead he absconded to this place Brig A. Hopkins, Mormn "

t ___ (o M.lagag referred, I AS follows : whither he was followed taken in custody, and Brig Brig J.K.O.Remington Anderson,Snilis.
t4 King nnkwdiaa.
jy We notice, among the gentlemen of the Barr .Out ti. tIMfon." remarks the writer of TALLAHABSEJC, Sept 26th 1659. yesterday borne back to the place from which he Freight to Sew Tort, % eeol.

:r attending the Circuit Court from a distance CoL the letter in question, .a corrrtpondence occurred n. Jso. MH.TOX : Death of the American Min .er at Part.. came. He Informed acme of our tiUlent on learing,
S ( that he would be back in a day or two."-7W a-
between Broderiek I
- n Stephens of Quincy State Solicitor, Cot Dil rerlt'y.n of hkh gave you Dear Sir-I Lad the pleasure some weeks.back F>kTniut FOOT Oct. 16th.-The steamship JVVfA cola Gazette Oct. 8. itttu bbrrtistmrnts:

: worth and C. O. Fife, F of Monticello.I an account at the time. You will remember that when in New York of informing you of the -purchase Briton, with Liverpool advice to the SLIt instant Tins Jo'nTOtc.-We are Sniorroed that the U. S.

,I- On Wtfemy. Ln'i.a slave belorging W. Brodericd declined Parley's challenge, assigning as of 45 miles of Iron. Before you receive this, touched off here to day.COMMERCIAL. Steamer Fulton, so lately declared a wreck on Santa .

E trial for t a reason thtt he, a United States Senator,could not you will have heard ofLsepuretuaaeofthreethious.and } NEWS. Rosa Island. has been raised and it U very probable FaIl
Prttis in
put on manslaughter !
" I I q 'A hare such issue with the but tons more, .heb. with the first purchase of 45 The sales of cotton In Liverpool for three days will be afloat shortly. On lost Monday night Millinery
striking a slave rt I>r. ParkhilFs on Chrislmiis day. a party mile, furnis'ie! requisite amount to reach LakeCity she drifted and
bale feet
pllngng. amounted to 28,000 of which 2,000 were taken BOttle twenty-one or two hopesare
1 185, from which .striking the died l. but the intimating that, after the pendit the terminus of CoL Sanderson' road from on tlp utalion. The market was quiet and entertained lust she may be got to the Navy MISS II. A. .1IERSEREAU ,

. jury. failing to agree were cishllrgeJ.Dt'g and the cane he would accept an SnriUtion' from Judge Terry Jacksonville-the purchase of 8.
1 :, coDtiirecd until) x Court. "'lil i the second time LmS!( I.np rrrtuat, on Thralyls. soon ., delivered at which time at Fernandina CoL about'.the road first reaches of January to press sales. Middling Oilcans 6d ; Middling -_. BciiLDiHa.opiMwitetheEpuonpal cijtlfch -
Lk Uplands 6jd- The of Selma Alabama has within its lim- a fashionable _
the result of the election was ascertained Terry city
the line been uiis-trial in this case. City. We will commence track laying from GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.The '
assonmeot of
its limits. fourteen Artesian wells, several of them _
t. We understand tfiat there is Bent a challenge to Broderick. but up this hour and push on West We are now from this
an unusual number t laying general News by the North Briton is nnimportant throwing volumes of water to the extent of six hundred FALL WINTEIiIiLLINEI4y
of civil C.I"on the trial docket for the present term the entire affair his been conducted with s much end ea t, and I can tee no reason why whole The lIon. John Y. Ma-on, American Mtniiter gallons to tho minute. The depth of these

----- ecrecy that nolody can give U reliable ]>artitular line of road from this place through to Lake City to France, is dead from an attack of Apo will average about four hundred feet. ; I
: sliould
) not be Cm.l>te.l by July or August next, plexy. which she offers cheap to --_
Admitted to the Bar. *. and We shall ( early in the Fall if not The Great Eastern i is announced to leave Portland There are thirty of thcso wells in Selma, some of "the Ladies TulL-vhassee -

(ieoacE S. Cuxs. F.. of Rhode Inland but I .I i is known, however tint the acting seconds before. The great pint of Interest to me now i*, for llolyhead tile 8t.li October. Accounts from Zurich which throw from 900 to boo gallons per minute. and vicinity.Tallahassee.. -

resident vf Tjllaluvee fur the last year or r.urt. are-for Mr. ]rl'riek. lion. J\IP C. McKil/bcn. to .c(A move made that immrdiitth, for putting I state that all the plenipotertnifK's were prcs October ?. 1859. 43-tf
road under
contract from to tlicA1'.ilihjco1ti
w as %-cctcrLi3- admitted by his Honor Judge Baker, and for Mr. Terry, Calhoun IknlosniEi-u1. These, Quiucy cut at a e.ting of the Conference on the 3d i tJlr.t. -
should ( $ U t
: ri\er.
Subscription iOltdi. when the article, ul'lIIitt'drr r".u over. TIle Ct5. Valuable land for Sale.
after a preliminary C'nrin'iol flaUuing to him And other confidential. friend, have been laboring etely be inn do, and AS soon a an amount sufficient Patru salBjviroity-TtVit'ue signed in the of _.
course. -- ---- -- ---- --- -
in the in to effect a reconciliation but the i* subscribed to defray the e1Inse3 of a *urvevji.should i -- -- --- subscriber offers for sale
and Yin Jui'gc 1200
Ugliest cllgte. an Attorney Councilor ; be made. The is "fl Jtw day", niiJ that the atTain of Central Italy vi ill ENTIRELY NEW! ENTIRELY NEW rpHE acres of ralua
ut Law in all C.urt> of will accept no tc-muof setUeinciit other than anunconditional season rau4ty8'pToaching be fettled by a Congress of the princip il Powers. : land, lying to Jackson county. Florida, ou -
tlc ForiJ" when this should be. don;, for unf.s we can the West side of the
-- ---- uilli.Irawal! of the o&eoMTC remarks TIle London 1\met has another sharp iirtii-Ie on WHAT IS IT ? Ap-ilachicola River about one
organize the ; >nJ locate the road mile below the of
Jueasctrvey on the San JHXII disturbance It the I-lund belong function the Flint and ChattaLoo-
Major Joint Beard. made liy Mr. Drode-ick, and therefor.It or cfors the 4's THAT WOXDEKIUL PURIFYING AOEXTDatb"s -
apology January n..xt 5 saw be read to ngUnd and etigmatiien Gen. Ilarney as a clime river About 25O acres cleared.
The name of this gentleman appears under the is well known that t"eJIJ un ii n.ntvtf "in 1-. tlc will \, the .._. I.L doing '0 will fihbn ter. The Builder' strike. in England contin Pioplijlaclic Fluid About ono kalf e.f said lands arc excellent hammock -

editorial head uf the List Independtnt/Veu for the t'rolnt ii, pursue t.La.i.iAttcr to the bitter end' be the stoppage of the work another year forl ues. Tie Tnnti says the agents France, Austria, one fourth flYer bottom lands and onemirth

office of Hcgi'1er of Public Lands Iu place of the soon as the tune H\cd to wlaeli Mr. Broderick the labor you are aware, i disposed of forhe year and Sardinia are selecting tenders for the English This it a JVVw Jifcovtry. It in die remit of Learned plume and mixed pine la\la.
on or about the first of" As I wrote jou founders for of rifled Retearth. t* I tnumph nf Sntnttfic Skill'IT For terms apply to Leonard Ham.
P. S. Walker the ciit incumbent who large quantities cannon. upon the place
Ion pre bad postponed tjy.! Jjuetujent of these from New York I am in favor of the is Chemical Union of
decidedly materials
l'er6Ia The latest runrors says that the French a provided by or to Hugh A. Corlej or the subscriber at Tallahasea
I I lists been ('lcctc1u.ne. :.f th* .peoeiateJuietIces- of theueit ....U* i,4rf3nh prcsinoed Old lie wi not 3-ied.! route you and your section of county desire. It ( for war upon Chutes, hare been su
: -& Among the niuoM of the morning. which teoiii 'i bring more aid to the enterpnze will run and that indications of a l.a'kln.10wn are apparent breathe. Its action is iu obedience to fixed: Ian',. October 22. 1859. 43-tf

' 1 through a richer .elol of country and a far as I Marshall Neil's order of the tT The Florida Sentinel and the
come from probably informed sources, i one to understand, be on joining QUICK, SURE, POWERFUL Quiocy and
'i every-way preferable t the the ti at Toulon are constructed into admission M.riunoa will please the
oops an publish above
effect that Mr. Urodcrick's friend sought last rout by A-palugn. Tile only obstacle in It purifies dwelling, sinks, kitchen' weeks and papers for 8
way that peace 'lIIlikd.\' not be of long duration It all offensive odors forwar hlLLAND
ht the lenin and i* the crossing of the Apalachicoln river. The removes ;
change other The -
; t let some London Hernlitt Paris correspondent ---- --- -- -- --
burn with
says curer iostaul certainty
pry amount for this ;
tn Terry to meet the Senator upon the Improvement appropriated act i i. considered pnpo by the Internal that nothing is heard on every side but preparations It IB the best preparation ever used for fresh wounds.It FOR SALE
inadequate]. why .
f r war. lIe gives a similar picture of affair in
ho that other party is we do not ht'u.nt. the DOt aply to the next Legislature to mere use the Austria destroys all vegetable and animal poisons ;
Sardinia. Changarnier had returnedto In Jefferson
sion is that it !be amount provided for tliat from It relieves in a few seconds the lutes of insects County.
pre The friends purpose
may Paris. Mr. Mason the
Perley. 1110.0 t American Minister diedon
i bees etc. TRACT OF GOOD PINE
the principals in this affair are filled with the a2li.O more if it be neces ary. a. the 3d October A containing
and accustomed It scatters boils when forming ; 120 acres, 25 acres of which is cleared and
elicst apprehensions as t th. result. Broderick quintIt wi yoq no.luk into this matter to and construe the Internal laws I IImprremert. A Paris to Brarritz.letter says in relation the visit to of his the debts King of Belgium !. It soothes boils when formed and heal them fenced situated about 1| miles Sooth of Hail! Road

s the reputation of luring a man of physical cour- and see if there i* any difficulty to France rapidly.It Statiou Ko. 2. near Springfield Church and known .

e, and at the present time his defeat in the earn.i.n in tae way of.et au arrangement vasa Sardinia complete failure.that the is good for carbuncles, ulcers onrn and gores; .nd described as the N. W. j of the 8. "Vf. { of Sec
HOUSTOU5. urges European Powers Insist! It cleanses the teeth and purifies the breath; tion 2ft, and the S. E. r of the S. E | of Section 27
just closed, has converted his general condi E upon the formation of an independent kingdom in The worst symptons of Typhoid and Scarlet Fever also the N. E. i ef tbe S. E. lot Section 27,all iu.
In of misanthropy t that of desperation and upper Italy.It are mitigated by the use of this Fluid; it has been Township I, Range 3, N. & E. The above land! can
Central is asserted
cLIcssness! of life. On the other baud, Judge Terrya T. BalJoac that the rope has ordered passports known to cheek the spread of Typhoid Fever in Families be purchased on very liberal term on application to
The Jacksonville Stasul.ard ofthe 13th lust to be given to the Sardinian Minister and it was and
plantations. OEOIWE
man ufgreat cool DCS?, steadiness of nerve andtWou. says- reported that this circumstance had tins upon TRIESTE,
Tile new Locomotive. JAf':1nLE from the Paterson collikon between the given to a Leading physicians are usimr it in Charleston, Columbia on Mr.T. U. ChaireV Flam a lion.

Machine Shop Jersey arrived at the stationed at Cnllatia.GanUldl Sales troops and the neutrals Savannah Augusta Atlanta. Macon, Colurolu Oct. 22, 1859. 43

Of the JIe itself, the Stin Francisco Tliaci of the Hail Road Wharf the lAth in!f., f..r the use of Montgomery Seluijv Mobile and New Orleans. ---- -- -- -

i ill nit gives the following statement : the F. A. A.O. C. It. It The rapidly ''orresing110UIt. had summoned Was entoiuwtieally the Italian rvceired Legations at Bolognaand to arm. The j*.Hospitals of New Orleans aud Mobile are To the Public.
freight that is pushing to and fro on the using
In accordance with our antiepatiorn the expected above road baa made it necessary to employ more A collision was shortly expected. Hospitals corporations, ship master, onannfacturers. T WILL sell my SAW and OIUST MILL. "ituaJL -
, ie.1 between Senator Jk.J.rid and Judge Terry motive power ; and this too, before it has reached planters, physicians furnished by the; galloei at ted on the Plank Road, eight miles from TaIlsbastee

\ ok place ye,t rda\ I ennui valley ten iU weer tenninu We notice for tome paiL an EPISCOPAL CONVENTION. reduced rates. together with

lies from M<'reed Lake. The parties went out of irQCn!quantity of freight gin on the road into RiciivoM VA., Oct 13.-It *'** nimoteil 4.n the For sale by druggists and country merchanls generally 700 ACRES OF GOOD T1XBEK LAA'J;

.'n the night previous, passing the night in seriate the interior. streets tolrty that the louse of Bishops fused ,from whom (>rd rs are retperlfUlly solicited. Also, Tools, Teams, Carts Wagon and all the necessary

I localities At n quitter past six Broder.ck '0 restore: Bi.bop Onde unk. by a rote of twenty Try at lout otle bottle. Price 50 cents. Follow apparatus to carry on the Lumbet Trade. I

id Terry Arived on ground attended by their Revival lu Jacksonville. one to six, without distuwion There was nothing directions. do not hesitate to say that I have the beat MJB in

month and physicians Hon. J. C Mclviblx-n( and Jackson ilk. certain known by the public, in reference to the J2f Manufactured ouly in the Laboratory of Middle Floiida. It will turn.out, with all ease nine
StanJarJirt the 13th
::4 r. Coulter for Brodorick and Calhoun Bcuh.imid Tile int says- l'ul cct. J. DARBY. Auburn. Ala. hundred thousand feet of good merchantable lumber

Thomas hays fun Terry On eleven-ling! (rol The ten' iuie'rotin Rettta) that 'bcco going For salts ,in Tallahasi-te! by AMES A LIVELY per year and the Grist Mill will grind eighty busbeleof

,ie'ir crriA t parties seemed to l-c in the best, tn in the Mtt'iudirt! Church in ('us. cite, under the PACIFIC UAILROtt and I by Druggists generally throughout the State.N. corn per day. The Land it .Qf good quajit v.fo

.j .irits, neither apjwanng anxious OJ nervous a< toe j iniiitrefticlle! \. J. K. (!korEus, still coaliuuc -I'US"IIII! wUhing soils urea, water Ac, analyzed farming .
> result About half an hour was occupied in and stem to IUMJ no attraction. Nrw Oisi.t\N, Ode l5.-I'rcsi.ltustVsu'isks. of the can have it dote ou reasonable terms b? sending above purposes.The property can be bought at bargi'ro.

e arrn ('tel" Ten jiaees were inurkcd off< and There I.All.t'en a great nthcriiig to the Cliiin, I Pacific Railway lids arnvd fn-i-i T. \"". There to Prot J. DARBY. Term easy. Fur further particulars a

e pnnci|>aU l took their i "silioni. The 'icotidiested about ninety hiss-ingjoincd dining the time The I was a meeting of Stockhold on the2d in t3nt.llt.i March 12 1859. 11-ly at the Mill, or address to Tallahassee. apply to me
\ them of their outside coat, white Word ha gone forth as a '* tw-o edged sword clearing i which the C..ml'ar.yVAil reorganized conmdi
id either articles winch might prominent c.1al is way to he consciences of the hardened, a- I dated and J. Edgar Thompson of Philadelphia Common sense rules the mass of Die people, whatever JERE RICHARDS.
present October
rgcts; also of their watches and the coin in (litjr1apkets. well as of the more tractuibl.auuul the Old Ship of i Elected Prntidi-nL Texas Ims subscribed a half! time mIsnamed and nii.anUiropc phllos>l>liers may My 22, 1859. 43-11w

"riioi w e-uiu no eioaocgivc gent'rai Batl9Iactiocrb ( One of the seconds then read aloud the Zion" tiioored in an earthly |1'01"1., is taking in a bunt million towards the employment of a thousand hbortrs to the contrary. Show them a good thing ;let its merits be --

-- .- akle duello, w iich occupie-d a short time Mr Coulterthen !- of passengers for the \o\ngc along the shore of I fur the ,xtork and a hundred thousand was clearly demonstrated and they will uot. hesitate to gireit COmnlitted-toJ U--

Kleetloii.Tlie addressed the two saving hew Time to the far Celestial Cit -. The Rev. IIelua subscribed at the town of Mart-hall. The road is their moat cordial patronage. The masse have already ratified aod' committed :

additional .returns of the late Judicial election 'ihe i it to b' understood- gentelcn. count man cries what of the uigfit" and the answer progressing and the stock at par. Old IJnII-fide the judgment.f a physician, concerning Uw virtues orIIOJTi."TTEC' TAKEN boys up both of a bright to black jail
.tockhoHel' are fully protected by the new BITTLUS, as may be seen In she Immense two-1
received since our last arc as follows: ont. after the word fn. after which lie come back from the fore-top rigging, 11 lIfell arrangenuent. oiie about 5 feet 6 inches high and
would shot fired bound." and aU is well" while the quantities of this medicine that are annually sold In ercry says
I say stop mo! after that. pilot shouts 23 of and that fii i i i. Peter
HAMILTON.. -Chief Justice, DuPont 71 1. Wright I During this tile the principals maintained their "helm hard alec, 'till others CAn get abroad."*- sectloa oflhe land. It is now recognized greatly superiorto the years other is age about S feet 4 or name indits Wouteo ;

104, Daltzcll) 101. Jlifws. Forward ICO, Walk- positions and listened with composure to these detail Light be the gales that fill her sail to waft all in TERRIBLE INSURRECTION all other remedies ret devised for dIaeaM nf the dlrratiye of and that he high 17 or 18
years age. belong to William
l such says
organs as dlarrlMra ayteotery aDd for Use
er 2C9, Yonge 65, Holland 3. McOnUN, McDonald Judge Terry stood with lii* head thrown safety to the Eternal Port. varIous rev, that arlae from derangement ot those portion K nru ftv.ftf Baldwin jw\rftittf,_ Ala '.",._ -
49. Vo Annexation 37G.Ihnuo.itf slightly beck.locking towards Jsltgonit Each I -.>* HARPER'S FERRY. of the system lloatetter's name Ii rapidly bpmmlnjr a bouw- that both i kftgto-E. C. CabelL of- h':;:
a pistol in but hand pointed to grouuiI.F.iicls Good PickIng hold work), from Main to Teza from the shorn of &he Al-
I lanlle In the Paclfle. Try the article and be &. The owner or owners are requested to come forward.
Justice DuPout 109 Wrigllt.W.IJhzeJ was dressed in black clothes, and wore a The best cotton picking we Late heard of withinour Bold br aH and dealers .
j BILVIMOKE. Oct. 17.-Rumor* reached the city everywhere.If prove property, pay charge and take them sway-
uloucLed Mr. Broderick
46. AssocIates 161 WalLcr stood erect, but with Bee advertisement In aaoher nit
State the umuu. i>r they will be dealt with
F"n-r his bed down. The of the two own during present ration was done this forenoon of a serious insurrection at n.lll"Jlt'r'lFerry. according to law. _
j positions
127 Vonge 29, Hogtte 21. Holland McDonald 82. J.C.MoA1ITHLJR.
Gen. Milton's in
were somewhat different. Judge Terry maintainedthat on plantation Jackson County on Tile railroad train were stopped the telegraph TKIBCTK OP BKSPECT.yw .
Annexation 1, No Annexation 21.liiu.caoaouou.CliivfiueticeIuPont. of a practiced duels prenUnf only the the Stli inst.(a*reported by the Marianna Patriot.) wires cut and the town awl all public work PosT Lone Nn. S3, l Oet..n.J8. '4 Busts County.

96, Wright edge of hi*' person he left haud an ahoul as follows: were in possession of the insurgents. October Sit,ISIIt f -
dir well U>laod, bisju Mr. WniaiAS, It has pleased lk Grand Jlrcbtteet the CnlVCTM .
2, lUllzell' 159. Ali.Lt Fonr.r. Ill, Walker trary, though at first Beiek. con Gale 550 Ibs., Mark 600 Ibn., Bill 475 .. Handy At first it was believed that the story was an exaggeration to remote from sac saldat ov worthy BroUter For Sale
129. Yonge 97, 110 Holland S5, JlcCanU 6, similar that of &mewha 450 Ibs., Jim 420 I lbs ; an average of 479 Ibs.
loge to Judge Terry, seemed prefer a Man affray between the army and government 8AKT. B. RIChARDSON, thus MTering the dear aad I.IKILY.Dd valuable family .f NEGROES.
ldMIJ 49. oD 2, No Annexation 321. carvleM and leas constrained one. and gdlaly -'I.tT a. employees but later dispatches from Mono- leader eonn ctloa tt ha b nd and ether,and sunderlag A cot-listing ef mother aged U yearr 1 giil aged
more of his body the fire of We had the pleasure of a visit from Pr.Jua the tie which uiloa Ua
31saza.-CIulef Jostice prent t myatie to Ifamry-Tkeretor*. 17eara and one aged 14. The above luabl .
Du'oot 16, Wrightnone I nelt; held his pistol rather awkwardly op. of the Ft riJi_ A Journal yesterday morn eaey. the point nearest to Ucrper'a Ferry confirmthe Be U -., That we.. Mnben of JT.w Port Lodge.Ko. are offered at private *ale until v the tg.t xrvanta of

BalUell 54. .\It Forward 82, seeming to feel this himseK he once or twice turned inKWe were glad of an opportunity to welcome first statement. Train were stopped and save .tS,of Free and Accepted Haeoos do hereby expra oar January stool sold at that tine they win be<4ere4

Walker Ie Tonge 24, Uoland II. MeCauU. 20. Ko I the wr of Ills pistol arm t the right with Ids left tim to oar tJUarial ..<* *. What still better, rai railroad employee killed. deep and beartMt aerrow at U* KMvnM efMTcacnt at public auction. Applj to -

Annexation I.lul.-1dd .though endeavoring t comply with some w. have the pleasure of .Utii.g that Dr. Jones U Negroes were seized on plantations on tbe llary- which ha* ranted The place of a warsi-fceerled brother and Det.!, 'U..u L d TOCILLT.
prescribed directions preriooaly given Mm FII looking out fur a residence with the design we believe high-raladed gentleman who taoagh ke has spent sassy
) Justice, DuPont 4S'. Wright 3.ltzt. that time he did not raise his eyes until tie word of locating in Pensacola. We hope he will Und side of the river canted over and made to yes,. hi good deeds, yet was stDJla the midst of MfnlBei Notice.

5. Asjoclatcs, Forward 490. Walker S 92. was given to fire. Once li right foot got > fraction call often, as we shall be happy to extend to on join the insurgent In dlaekargtaC the nfl** an eoterprlabsf Uep4rIUJ

Tongs 20, Ilogue 4. Holland 68. McDonald 16.- beyond lie line, Mdfiblearfplaecdit confrere of the presa, at all times such attention as AH statement concur in representing the towato ddcea and kind-hearted neighbor. ALL person indebted to Use Est ('of Sameel

Annexation 34, Xo Annexation 397.LIVT. The bearing of Tt'r. though he asmmed a may be in. our powtr.-Pouaeo&i Observer, OeL 6. be in complete possession of the insurgents, together .BMohxif, That m the death of Brother Richardson U. .,.. deceased, late,:4.f Wai nib

more practiced and lea* attitude, was not -** with the ,arse-.mil, office andbridge. State and his neighborhood espeeUny,ha.. lost aa eaw mainly are requested to cease ".4 aid asahi

.-Chief Justice DuPemt 27. Wright 10 one jot more that o an Iron nerved man than was OUt List WITUM FLOCKCCO TO TBE BTAHDABO or The arroory pay getle and era! clOsest bl* faultily a kind fUber,a ftiad bas- payment. and 4!! pervone having it rIcmMiide artiwl
insurgents vf whites '
rlr.-ll. 67. AI&t Forw.r 112 Waller I!6. 1t of BroJfirick.At THIS i>DiotmACT.-Numerous Instances have come to are composed band. a flrm Mend and this Lodge a highly respected and laid estare are requested- prevnT il em, only a.aU -

Yonge 10 Hogno Holland Annexation 4, Ke I I quar before seven 11.Coulter pronounced our knowledge recently from different portion of ,land block, supposed to be led on by alolltlonitU- worthy member.Kttolf4il >eptkteJ. or tlua notZca 'will Ixr plead ia bar of

Annexation 103. !. 2 the -on. Anon ready Ready,.responded the State of large numbers of whig who hare be. Some suppose that the plunder of arms, ammunition Thai In the dispensation of an in-wi ProTidenee their recovery .
Terry was uttered Brodcrick.Immediately we, a. good Masons,aboold be remladed T. J. M.
ReJ) by come thoroughly disgusted with republican treascn amid government money, for the purpose of I keep ourselves RICHARDSON. Ez'.
NEW HirtJt.-Chef Justice, DuPont 87, Wright I after .firw,00.two.- ,.prononncol and corruption and who have for some year stood always pfrpvied to take oar ptaees as Bring tones la THOMAS ROSS. f
effecting a general rising against'the of the
40, ) 106. Arsociate, 193. Walker in moderately qnick time. Broderick raiseS lug aloof from party politics eomia.j oat and openly armory, that lAdgesbore-**that booeo not wade with butis,eternal Oct 22.1859. 43- w.
Illzcl For.Ar pistol aid had scarcely brought it t* aegis of atoning their purroie to unite with and support blacks ufMaryhindsund Virginia be their object la the IieaTens.*' .
a |
::6', Yonge 33, Ilogue 8. Uol1oc 16, MeCants :S. II j foity.firedegrcesfrow Us do wn\ard position \hen, elrtiocratie principles and democratic candidate A hundred marines from the Washington barrack Rttntttd, That in token of .r sorrow and sympathy we Notice.O .

McDonald 4 Ko Annexation 325.MOSBOE. ow itig to the delicacy of thf hair trigger, it was We welcome all such td our rtandird. l>ecanse we *, wilU two twelve pounders, wrut this afternoon canie our Lodge Eonm to be dreeeed in raouraing for the .

.-Chief Justice DuPont lS6. AVrigLt : tiJhlrt. the ball entering rouid( four paces I nail a iired that they come to tit not for ..poil.Jut. and will reach there about 8 up o'clock. term of thirty days and tranwnlt to the BTioted family ef N liP: alter this dat.Th'. W.V.. Melt will its

2 uJ\aCU.fIUn Terry tta fewIesiant. later, from principle-they come because they are convin oar deceases worthy Brother a copy( tfeee ". lUiHUt areociated with me in the agency for Quo
'lialtiell a AeaocUtcs, For"' rd 22k, Walker 1 33. i d91\t.im'!' el: a perceptible in- eel that the republican organization i* banded togetber Their order are to clear the bridge at all hazards. with the seel of the Lojg th rrwtto aOjced.JltBoltfl M-qpMirs .COTTON TRESS A IRON .

Yonge(>. 1. ea Annexation S, Ko Annea.a- tertal .pr At that } *' for corrupt purposes; that iU tendency I ito Three companies of artillery from Old Point Comfort That the Secretary be ordered: ,lo furnish a espy All letter* coekwjor rdert'or other baei_. aboild

lion 22a ick was observed hi* left. hand to bil right! weaken the Institutions of the country, and its only are al*) on the ."'as'. Thirty six or seven companies of this preamble ami reiwIaUoo to the Tallahassee paper be addre ed to PuiuU .AtMcH. }would: bowel!

These rtHnrns artrall ofKcijl except those from Irt'll.t.I", it was seen that he was wouuJ.10 support U gained by a .fibe and hypocritical l lpreUnee of frc-n Baltimore wiib a request thai Ibey pabUaii the._ r for all orders ta be bandrd'in, iovolediatelr, to bare-
to the and II of regard.( boman freedom while its military Fredericlaborg :&, TB.. 1IODSO5 '
'. .ek slowly} lena .rtlle CHT them ready for U>. prraeot crop. .
)uIunroe.5.i J ., ( .! him fell \ ground, hi*. rilIIL.I. i>ractices lead to every species| of tLnldotu vf both hue been accepted by. the PrcsiJent, and will 31up ..:,v_ tlKIPt'.U: }c.-1A1tt(. .-, "u jtw. ponns.

four Cuuuticconiy rfsio to be heard from. doubled uuJcr him, Mill gnin.- oily and mind.-A'Caxy AH**, t I by au extra (nato.:1 .'' '. Mzu.az t&o-.I'cldrl.U. MeI.g.tN. July} .SO, 18i!. 31 -


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4k RK their now r'dvin; :! IIA.HN'JESSESTABLISHMENT. I XrCSAUGIIT & ORMOND_ are now receiving f FALL AND VI TTT E GOODS ;

tail ."./ H7o .Sfoi"L J Jnf ,,1'- their; etmual supply of .

fJIfIr !''. .- ( 0_ Fall & Winter Dry Goods & Groceries, &c I 3:1m.\j irvu I\-1:1t\ ( Li- or GOODS FOLD I\ hits \RKET, Mz : .

Hrnr. In thefIo1hingDtpirtmcnt ,/
i IIE SUBSCRIBER i i Their Stock has been carefully selected and judieiou. :
\ / 1 having pui chased f ---- i ly purchased by one of the firm who, from Lilt long LADIES DRESS GOODS,

we )have tlie l.ugtitIlJ i.- I the interest of the late 4 experience in the trade, i is well acquainted with the Of St le and Fabric; ; .
every )
wants of the people and we flitter ourselves that
IJest A IOf'rtnlC'nt'ft nf DAVID E. HULL In ;
feredin the Citi c-'ii-i,tirgin -; _: the Carrngc Sr.JdUry.- _ we have some lung to plenre rrerybiit*, and that our Black Colored Silks of Every Style j. .
and ;
Stock this Fall "ill favorably with that of .
part of Blk In..l l Coloted Cloth Frock m<) and Dunces Kitcmers,__. compare
Sack Coats Fuucy C.' "IIII..rf' OU t8. lllnrk mid Fane* FO long kept by him, any housb !Ih tie State,
Ca simere and Tweed I'uls Matk and fancy Silk i woult respect fully inform L t I -- VELVETS CASH&EEEES DELAINESJBonnet.
Velvet and Cloth Vests. K.ick find blue I'.oavti, Pilot I tho inhabitants of DRY GOODS. .. .' .--r r..J l'.i .a.t ,

Cloth Farn-j CII"S. 'Mocte l1o' and Morpli}' : EJ'IV'-raO 'S I LEON and adjoining _- \0. I, Georgia Ilk OYer Coat A full of Counties that he will ronlioub the buslticsmrahmtsbranches '' Washington WkAbrn | S. Blanket) .
abutment I IMPROVED DOUBLE LEVER SCREW dolt Navy < M It Prints; [ FlArnerican \vt'r, RourL's ; : .
BOYS AND YOTJTH'S CLOTHING, I at the Old Stand *'Lerb may bfuunditall ", Marlboro' Stripes4 Plail1s.;10 & 1!-( IW du Shakers Dr sA lditi1pf} .
Bonnets! anti Btoomers ;
time, Mariners do. do Wool end mixed ioecjf,
Children* Suit. Round Jacket, Black. Brown aDd Cotton Packer. I
Georgia ll B. C. Kersej. Ovnburgs uri!
Fancy Ou*imere Sck and Frock Coat*. Punt THE SUBSCRIBER NOW OFFERS to the puV Koclmraifs, Buggies, Road Wagon, Saddles, Sandford IterseyS,(w x>L) Bi'wmm Shirtiu's J Shhtiu'I' ,. LADIE& JLSD '. ; "" .

and Beaver Vc U, Silk and and SatineL'tlvt't"f'.III.Over-Coats.,!Cloth Hawthorn's Improved Double Lacer Screw Harness, Bridlej, \Vhips, Trunks Twcfeds %ft CasituierS and.Blc.tched I. do tlo Velvet. ,r Aullqtie hud Cloth Mantillas. SliauK Iliiglaus. Cuprs,4

Cotfan Pnrkrr. Satinetsand Cuttoaades Flannels, all CVUM and
FURNISHING GOODS fur packing ONE OK TWO BALES at a time by hud Machine BellingOf .Negro t'ldukfetOarge'"*- qualities. amlotln" styles' in the Ladies Dress Cooih Department too numerous to mention.

1\ either hand' or bor c and for ae, ed nnd every vrriety. And in fuel every article usually Bortment Scotch Pbids :. Ac
hits aud Fancy Mar ______ _
kept in curb nn e tabi! lnnnt aud lie liope by at : OoocSLs :
Byron a'sl l Garrot ('i1.irs! Silk, Merino and hu"kur safety in put-king. it stands: without a parallel. I ; u StcvjDlo Dry .
I have of Iliese firm with which I teutiou to the inlcrCbt of Li cutorucr; to merit a LADIES DRESS GOODS.
Flannel Uinlervhirts nwl Meiirm. one screws on my Blue Denims II
Drawer continuance of the patronage so bbernlly bestowed Blanket. KI-WJS. Ojnabargs; 3 4. 7-8,4 4 Brown Domes'ie, irkory Stripe /
li.ivo both and two bnles ata
) sLCCfffulK patkcd one
Brown ii l White, Cotton IIIIf1I.t' Robes Steel Ssirt
a PopliV Spring Hoop Bloachctl Bleached! and
his pralcctteor. J. E. PURDY. Mnilliontugh Stripe* ami Plaids, Flannels Skirling, .
time and it i. tin l ett tl-injj for upon
c.tn sitfIy say. > !
\\ lie; .IIH| Co'oltsl: C""IIII'icAI..1 Mous. DeLain Robes, do lo ExpansIon! do
Si'k lUn< ..r..l.i i T..Sua- pacLutc: Ci tfc n. Hay or T.bacco. that bas ever ben The subfCtiber would also inform lilt friend and Merino do Black Cloth Talmas. Brown Sheeting. Satiru-'s Tweeds, Cbsin1t'rt's. Ky. Jeans, j

(*fi.l..,* l.1I.j11"'I'r! i invtntcJ and iu opcrtlk'us need only be eecn to be the plblic. that he still continues *the Agency the Cashmere ilk Fancy Cai
111-.... Hutk. lV!: belief'cd. well known hbd justly celebrated Gingham do do Cloaks White Goods, .Vc., A.C., &c. -
'il.revi iilk.Vhite I It.'inp sole owner of the pattftl right for the United \\t\ heeKr Wilson's Machines. French Call TO do I Black Cloth do '
.. -I ar-i 1aik: Ki.i cBlatk ::'Vetl. Fan" nJ States I am prepared to dispose of right foi ttnito- 4.J Setting Bonnets latest lyle, beau.!Children and Mioscs Hoop Of WINTER I
Mlk Ties. St.K-ln. Ac A'*(. I| lit* of any size that may be desired.. Tjllahissco, Sept. 24, 1859. 39 .tifu"l Imrned. I Skirts A LAIKJE FALL ;

Ail ixlrnvfVAutiK.li : : ." uieai. of I I Ilii Iain soil alpo adjoining rnjjaged counties.iu lulling Persona the Screws wishing built them! in Fall and Winter Goods. Silk Edgings Fringes and&Inscrtings trinu..ill s.ILadjes j and Misses hose The La'est! Styles of HITS .UD CAPS for Fall and Win!'r of 1S39; m ,' .

CI..th..C.ai'b Wd." If.1 V.-tiu.ga. I..y "utif1.11 .1(. !1 ,-,!! tljis ,. ':ISIIU, will heatitinjr railer at, and for -
they me |rf.pirrd t. M ,mif ictrre U Order at I I firtliT paiticulurs address tLe 'u" etl'tt'r' al Boston Now in Store the Largest and Most Desirable I CLOTHING"AND GENTS DRESS- GOODS. I'atkce Actions and Crockery ; Hardware, Iron and Nails j .
tie sliwrte.t not Ie.. UIHJ ill the m ln.uincr i Thomas cotintt, Georgia. vf Fall and Winter GixxU we'*e ever had, .
Trii.s 1-njoii.Ut, All in wlint or GOOD Oct 1. '!,.I. *4u-6ru JAMES C. hOWELl.Executors' and we invite nil \ ho are desirous of purchasing; to Bi'k Cloth Coats i Sjcks.' l'k Cl'lli DoeSkin punts. Plain and Fancy Groceries ;
CLOTIIIXO wou'.l: d> ne'.l lo gi\e tu a ea.L I call and lL To Tweed do doCj Tweeds, <(. C.nssiinere do lr'ni
------ --- --- see m. our A Large and Complete Stock of Ladiff, Gent, Misses Boys and CIil -
do do Siik: Undershirts
October 15, l'9. 42 <6imre ,
-- I Sale of LandsIN Customers Who Pay 1st January, Beaver do do Merino dodo mfJ illm) tfiilllJ JHi

J.BD9. N"ErVV' aao. I MADI-.ON IXirVTV, MIDDLE FLA. or thereabout, we will sell as low as any other house Cassiinere Vests I Drawer, -
I II"H Silk & Satin do Fancy A plain Siit! Cravats ALSO A OF PLANTATION R1JSSETT.The .
io the city, and a'l! who Cub LUIGE STOCK
I pay .
FALL & WINTER STOCK. i I F. Sinthemaigacit! l artiig Exccutnsof the last Lin'n Bosoms i and Storks Silk t L. C .
Will of Copt. Jt,liu Liprcraib drlenBctl will offer Shall have a Dedcctloa of 10 per Cent. Shirts 4 Shirt MLrfeilles,1 Handkerchiefs, -- -u ---- for sale at public auction at M.vluon CouitHouse. Lave bouse in the city. [Sept !-, 18639] D.O.W1ISON&tON.CHEAP .
i Middle tie filst iu December Any one buying largely can an opportunity of _
Wcbcr Florida on Monday -- -- -- -
Joseph ---- ---- T' -
iI I doing so at 10 per cent on cost. for cash The BOOTS & SHOES.
next all those valuable lands situated and
1ERCHANT TAILOR ,i I lying in said county consisting the foJowing Stock embraces eveiy variety usually kept in our I Gents Calf Sewed Book, Ladies Walking Slices and GOODS
and it is to Call
city and
places viz i unnecessary particularize. do do Peggod do Bootees, .
AND BElLl.lt ISReadfMade i i look, and i if the Goods suit, do EveriU's Bootees Misses, Children and BoIs
Clothing : i Prices do Scotch BalmeraU Shoes
Shall be Made to Please I IN
This pltce lying immediately OD Luke SlIn11'lI.L.
AND GENTLEMEN'SFamishing do Congress Gaiters, A larg"supply Ladies
contains about tluee Ibout-atMl aCrrsof Oak, Hickory Many: of our customers have not yet paid up far do Rubber Oven Rubber Over Shoes and .
Goods, i and Hammock Lands and comprise* some of the i last and pre\'ious1ea.r8. Iud it is impossible for us to do Sewed and Pegged Sandals ALLAFrASSEE'

Tallahassee Fla., 1 1Is best land* tithe "Hickstown Hatl1n* k.' It is one meet onr engage nentsitbout heavy loss,unless xi'e I Brogans, Russet Brogans.GROCERIES. .
now receiving at the old stand of Wtbei t of the most beautifully located plantations fn that can collect; and we Lope soon to see -

Dacaheimer." "ut ilm.r to R. II Derr}'* Auc portion of the couutry. It has every necessary building All who afe Id Arrears call And Pay '

Uou Rooms a large and .ell selected iorUneut ef ant I improvement all of which I are in good coo- Rio and Java Coffee, Molasses Raisin, Cheese, '
cliL oo. It is about 12 miles from the Court House what they caD i if it is but i or 10 tents in the dollar I
Fall and Urinlrr oods, and seven frooi the Tallahassee It Atlantic Railroad, -let u* have it T. HAYWARD A SOX. Crushed Coffee Sugars.Granulated and Rice Onions, Flour, Potatoes, Buckwheat Lard. MW] GOODS GOOD GOODS, CHEAP GOO JJS-;

\M-.TIVU it r rr orClulLs which is being rapidly Completed and will be fin Sept 24, 1659. SO tf I Bacon Sides A Shoulders Peach, Apple American ,
Ca "iinere', Vestins F.UK-V C.aticgs i ithed to this section within twelve month .
C. llama A lien Pork And Cognac Brandy.Gin,
ic. ul.icli be u prepared to uii.le up to -ALSO- FALL & WINTER"GOODS.. I: Goahen Butter Rom, Wines, <(&, &&. Goods of the Best Quality !
crJcr, in a workman like m/iiiirr; and THC LIVINGSTON PLACE. Xo. 1.

on the niost rrasouible te'ws. Tbi place consists of 1400 acre of Oak. Hnkory 8 tJirlJRIlS. AT TilE LOWEST CASH PRICES !{

EEADY-MADE CLOTHING Hammock and first quality Lane UoA There are rl'llE suberiibers are now opening nh ezteisive Saddlery Hardware Cutlery, Cr l ry. Potware
Black arid Coined Cl"th Fmck and Sack Coats 500 acres of it cleared. This pluce is ail miles Vest well assorted Stock of Bagging and Rope, Fancy Goods, :e, Ac. All

Fancy Caosimere Nuits lilack and Fancy CassimereoJ of Madison C.uit House and lie immediately ou tile FALL AND WINTER GOODS, of which the subscribers ard now offering NOW OPEN AND SELLING ,. .;
Tweed Paut*. Black and F.rx,81Ik. Velvet and Tallahassee A Atlantic Kailruad. It linn upon it a for sale and exchange for all country
Cloth Vt ; Ulaek Cloth and Beaver O..er.c..., first rate new frame Dwellug Louse framed negro to TtlJcb they would respectfully invite the Attention! prod dee. Rethrtiing dtir thanks to our friends AT ,
of Jo addition THE
together with a full assortment offloy' boues and all other necessary outbuilding, and is in intending purchasers. to their iwu.ilassortment ,_J&r their patronage heretofore extended to us and .
Qeotleineo'i also .
clothing, they sr# "
fine repair and condition. ajrailing their further orders, we remain very tru'j
aiitl Toutli' I
Clolliiii, opening a supply of Boys and Youths Clothing, fc .
nude up 19 the tuoet approved style ot fashion, and t ALSO- class of goods hitherto so much needed to meet thb :
ol the \vr\ beat matenals. TilE LIVINGSTON PLACE, No. 2. demands of tie Young America"Tallahassee. Messenger copy.
Oct.8,1859. 41BIYEES
.FlrRXII.X'G GOODS, This place lie adjoitiirg to Livingston place NoI. Their Stock consists ID port of OF

contains 600 acre of Hammock and Pine land,
White' and Marst-tllfS and Linen Bosom & GORMAN
Fjiu-y 300 acre of which are cleared, and first rate long Ladies Dress Goods : '
blarts, Bui :aol,I ,hrr..t Collars, Silk: Merino anj W SfOT
laud. Oil thu is
cotton a dwelling house, negro -
Shaker }Fl.miiil UI.J shirts anil Draw'trs. Merino, I L,iti<< t. aii-l other nice-vaiv puce vutbu'ldingj. It lies Black figured; and Watered Dress Slllt. Crbs du DEALERS IN l' 'l
Brown and \Lite < ..tl.4i half Huee, White and Coloretl I imuieJialely on the Ka.l.oa L Rhine Colored ?ilt Robes I'hi.IIIM figured colored Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and
Carubnc and Silk' Hdk'fd.. Su'penJrrs. Buck.Cuiriuure Silks a fine acsortmcnl of "a!! woof DefinesPriLt looted Ware Fine Guns --- ._- -
11Ite"d. Silk. Wllit Culorrd! and Black i -ALSOTIII el Cashmeres Debaters anti Lustres, an assortimnt . I .
Kid Gluve ; Fancy aixl Buck! Silk 1 11e St.o'kA. cfc. I .ILL THACT, of Ca*-1mO're Robes !'mb'd Collars: Marseilles Col- FANCY GOODS, CUSTOMERS cud PROMPT PAYIJkd HEX. i if you will examine my Stock before "rJirin/

Confident ,Inn ability to ghe entire Mti fuClioo. C insitin > of 160 acres of finely timlx-red |line l.irs. white aol colored!, E'ub'd nod Hemstitched ARE row receiving their Fall amid Winter Stock CASH -iug, }ou ivill thud that I am selling goods of all kind a% .
lie resjvttful'v 5ulKit5 a ca'.l! from tlKMe in want of :'- <-ii wliicli, M a I.CVT Stcnm Mill in fu:1 :nJ pioflt Hil'idkeuhufo. II general assortment of Swiss? Juco- which: they unite the attention of their cue
alo thing i- lila l.no. JOSEPH \\ ELI Elt. i aisle operation and good order. Ft-rty-borse powerCttrine. n-l cud Thread Hidings: anil Insertions. Muslin amid toners And the public generally. Cheap In T tllrv inssoo, :

Ocu>Ur 15. Il-Si 4! circular saw grit mill and cotton bin This Cambiic ri"ui.cn Dim'ty: Bands. Black and White I Srptembtr 24, 1J89. S9 Sentinel ccpy. as they arc stll:n ----- ---
--- ----- I tract it EUITOI:tided by finely limlxrod pine l.imlu. Is liiond! Lace Bonuit. Belt and Cap Rib'jons, VehetKiUxim -- --- --

Special Notice. I near the It"ilrll.'I,1! l and adj,>iiu> both of the Livingston I FALL"& WlMli GOO1)S.Carre1l&itIaxwel1. ) MY STOCK IS THK LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE I HAVE EVER OFFERED ANI7EMBRACES .
places lIt ]...L Muslins, Check Miislint, EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS REQUIRED IN THIS MARKET.

1 )}ER OXS indebted! t. the late firm of \Vtbtr .l I lcicribl'tl.A L S 0- Jaeonct Curtain ---0----
1. DjiiihwuMBr are earnestly rcqiu-eted to male 1 Swis" Cambrics, ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
no early seUleiueiit. By M (.1v'JI'. WEBER A D.u XUEUIER Containing about 210 acies t.f first rate llarr>m October 13. 1659 4!-31U all iufcKllanJ, and ailjoiun laiwli of C.rlwl1with- J Ilnllijttls white and colored, Bobinct and Silk llln TT7"E are now receiving out large And well selecV THE LATEST STYLES AND' BEST FABRICS '
\ ted Stock of
-- - ------ ---- ---- E&j, Mr. Lucius Clutch, amid other siou KiJ Gloves, Gaiuitl,Silk and 1 bread Gloves CLOTHS CASSIMERES TWEEDS &c. .


T O1S Xoc. 26 and 31, of the SE4.L4ofSc'lT1.ltt.SouthanI1A'est I THE IVAUE-HOr TfCACT, Bonnets, Bloomers &c., which will compare* favorably with any other Stock 3000 PAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES ,
Consisting f'f 500 acres of Pine :und lljii'.niock brought to ''is market to which we would invite
a; laud lie immediately on the Suwnnnee Hi".r near Ladies Trimmed Silk, Satin, White and Colored the attention of our Customers and to all others who FOR LADIES GENTS, CHILDREN AND SERVANTS.

ootamuig less under 11 fence aciesof about ground 1 set el, more cleared or I.ivillgllioD'1I'rry.) One hundred tens of this tract Straw Bonnets. Ladies aod Misses Bloomers French feel disposed to call upon ns.Dress 2000 PAIRS FASHIONABLE CLOThING '. .

with the iniprotcmcut; thereon, viz : a dwelling offive cleared. Crepes, Wreaths Roaches and Flowers.Mantillas -0-- OF LATEST CtTT FOR MEN: AND BOYS.

rooms, kitchen stable corn crib, t. '. :.- -AI.RO- Goods NEGRO KEYSETS Bt THE BOX, .

The piemises fionl on tIme Del Air lioad, about a mile One other Tract cousibting of 2U acics of Oak : Brocade Silks Double Jupes NEGRO BLANKETS BY TilE BALE.FINE .

(rom. Tallahassee' in view of tbe Cupitol.ite Lately I Hickory and Hammock land, I King on the lower or 1 A general assortment of Cloth Cloaks and Mau- Blue Poult dc noire Silks, Fancy Silks, RED AND CJRIB BLANKETS .
lire .,,.'el"1 I,. \\ UulklH. Southeastern bordtr "f Lake ISainpaU and adjoins tillns of all ex Ion. site and prices.Maniilltii Dclain Robes Bouton de Rose LINSEYS AND FLANNELS."
For term,apply to U. L. RUTGERS Kinds of Estate of Capt. Bunting, Mr. Yi.aud. .Yd"pt Chenille 1'wiota, Chenille and 44 'I Kathilda, AND TRIMMINGS- -
Oct. 15. 1StI. 42 others. Wool eawsUhpws. to a Olga RIBBONS- 'h
Purchasers visiting Ibis portion of Florida are invited r Valentine. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES:

Private Boarders. to examine the above mentioned land Mr. Botids 4 Sbally Robes of aU kinds.k&flIanti1as. 100 DOZEN LlNli5i CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, ._ "
John B. Lipecomb who resides in the.neighborhood Fancy & Staple Dry ---- -- 200 DOZEN HOSIERY.
fH.s. EBORN is prepared to take Day Boarders will take pleasure in *bowtn the lands and give '
any Fancy ftitiU English, French and American Printed !
.l\I. Residence south of the Capitol. the .S HOOP SKIRTS AND. CORSETTS, ;
on coiner information that be desired
may Mosliba French aDd English Merinoe, French and
opposite be dwullim.g of Judge Aku. fIe will do Terms of sale will be one and two years time the Erlstoo Ginghams Englith Chintz Black Alpaccas FANCY&4g.:PLEDEt. JACONETS AND CAMBRIC.
. all in I ber power to uitkc tlioc comfortable who may I:urcliasers to give bonds bear ng 8 per C"'lIt. interest, Silk and Cotton Velvets, White Marseilles Printed MANTLES'AND SHAWLS. ;
patronize b
October. 8. 1R59 41 proved securitie and a mortgage of tho land. ap-I Vests bleached sod brown Shirtings and She- ting Is full and complete containing ID part as follows : DLEAfllgfi-Bi'OWN"\ COLORED DOMESTICS,
clueers to paf"r rNi flerL linen Sheeting and Shirting bleached and brown Punts. Qiogharrs. and Gingham Robes, --- '
Special Notice. ('n the two t'.iit mentioned places are full outfits Drillings S,itirK-i*. Deniins Ca nmeres, brow end ..Ot eta Fianoels, White and Red Flannels BALEj OR YARD.

i.f ctuck. tools .'ltlpruvi'iufts( of nil kiixl. "'hiehfill striped Osuaburgt. Irish Linens Hosiery j Georgia' .JJrilliantn Marseilles India Twilling Cloth CORNICES AND CURTAI3U; ', ._. ; _
TAM very al'Jli"IIS l. (!'*' up the affairs of ITodg l.c-old urm aftirtbu sat of the laud, of which Kerseys and Flaws Bed Blankets KegTo Blahketa Plain and Mixed Kentucky Jeans. Caosuucrcs. Sati- CARPETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. I
Seott please call mi me. ut an e.nU day and make BEXJ.VALDO.. 1 Executor ----- and Plaids. Blenched and Brow Shirting, '
11A)1t'Lt.. or I ail! IKeoirjtll..,.1 to"me. MM fHfire J A8. W. LIPSCOMB }I of Gent's. .Bleached: 1 and Brown Sheeting. Osuabfargo tLASSRE: AND CROCKERY.
/. ,.'. r/,' ,s>,,r.'.f.nrlv. . Oct 8, l"iil. 41-tf .- -- ---- and Beaver Coats. Buffalo, Beaver SeaU-kin Black Bed Blankets Geu- WILLOW WARE AND VNKL'C NOTIONS.'
Notice.ALL Cloth and Satinet Ovcrcoatund Oapcs. Fancy Gas tlemen Shawls,
EESTAUEANT.SUBSCRIBER I cmiere, Doeskin Tweed and Fancy Satinet Pants. Ladies, Gents, Misses Boys nnd Children Gloves of .HiIUCULTjR.tC'- )
poisons iudrbted to tlie late lIon of A. R Fancy Cnsiuein Vesta.Silk, Satin and Italian Cloth all kinds, Hosiery ahd Handkerchiefs. IRON, NAILS AND SALT, i. .. .
-t'- 'iubg A. Cu, or to the uodorvigned tinrl come Vests. Linen bosorn Shirts and Collars Marseilles U.GGIIOND ROPE.
'VIlE forward and settle immediately or they will have the Shirts Dud CollArs ; Woollen Pants and Shirts cloBoy's also CONCENTRATED MANURES: .
A- J_ begslea.etoiformS pleasure of settlmz wish nn"officer.. I duu't mean HATS & CAP, H. RDWRK & CCTLFBT, ,
the citizens of Tallahas this for one or two Lilt/;' all. & Youth's Clothing. BOOTS A Snon, CROCKERT d. GLIWII.\RF
and vicinity, that Le Oct. 8.1659. 41 R. C. WILLIAMS Grave CLOTHING C.lIl'l."rIcabbU.RT.. I
opened, at the corner --- -- --- -- --- Cloth Frock, Tweed, CAssimere and fancy Satinet OF ALL KINDS AND VARIET/E3.

known as the M. P. ELLIS Coats, ribbed Satinet Oieisncki b.tic; pilot and blue 0YAiXCE FRUITS; VEGETABLES AND FISH! IN CANS, .
jace blanket oversarks. f Cashmere Pants black Cassiincr KOTiOXS.DRLGS 4
t ncy .
'4 ing a IBERAL advances made on Cotton consigned ?Ea\ns. LIQIORA,
JLj to first class houses iu New Voik. .
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT Sept.21, l85. 6uiS9Fall A fin* Assortment of Nutria Pocket Hats black Fruits and Vegetables in Cans. Cotton and other Country Produce .

FrencL Cassi D.rt',Planters! .Hungarian,I'eu I.Smoke Sept. 17, 1859.. S3WOODRUFF
No {taint will lie spared to give satisfaction to all and Winter Goods. Havelock State, Maine Antique and Saxony llats, -- -- TAKEN AT MARKET PRICES,
vho may favor Lira with their patronage. He will I
and children's bats in
boy's Gent's
be regularly supplied ith -' \ 7"E are uow receiving onr new Stock of FALL enrIltyle. glued IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.:
hats lohionable moleskin bsU, straight and bell ,
Oysters Game and Every Other Eatable usual variety of GOODS consisting shaped, Meu's and Bo 'g cloth cape silk plush capr. FROMN"EVPORT ; : V.

to be obtained in the market and will thecooking

and serving up to be superior guarantee to any in the GROCERIES DRY GOODS HATS HARDWARE CAPS I Boots and Shoes. . AT' Cash Advances Made oil Gottoil.PLANTATIONS .
c.tv. A very large assortment of Ladies and UiasetjGaiters. .
Dinner and Supper Parties BOOTS SHOES ct& Buskins, and Slippers of every quality and size 3d Station, Walker's Mill, I SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS

will be attended to at the shortest notice tSfFine which we will sell at low price with and without beets. Gent's best calf wateproofBoots a good supply of Bugging. Rope Twine :

Liquors by the bottle, and Cigars always band. G. & J. MEQlNNlSS. and Shoe Planters Boots and Shoes of all WITH Flour Salt Rice Whiskey. Hams, Da- *
Oct. 8, 1859. 41-lf JAMES ROGFRa Sept. 17, 1669. S8-8t kinds Hunter's Boots. Plough man's boot, Ymitb's eon, Shoulders. Cheese, Lard Butter aod Mess Pork. IF YOU WANT GOOD GOOFS AND CHEA OOIStCALL
--- ---- and Doy's Boots and Shoes of Children
- --------- --- < great variety Sugar, Tea and Coffee. with a good stock of Mollin'aTobacco.
Mantillas Shawls &c.W ** Shoes, .(c. A large supply of Russet Brogans .
0 .
GRAND OPENING Northern and Uadisoo made. .
E hare just received an assortment of baudTrimmed Hardware "DryAssortment GoOd .
OF TIlE ALSO awl Iron Nails Xot'imis Sad-
some efler,. Fancy Goodi Crockery Glassware Perfume- everything. in the Trade.HARDWARE. Ga.SH A. IST3D EXCHANGE t b LMef

NEW STORE, MONROE STREET, Cloth Mantilla Mantle, Stella I ry.l'iuware, Q.Bagging_ .
and Clotilda Shaicb New
Styles of .
LAWRENCE 011LMAN, raoFlunoll.0 Twine. OF .
Extension Skirts, Mechanics and Ever)thing from a needle to au anchor.. -

Combination Corsetfs, tjc., I A full supply ..f Family Groceries, such -&s Teas, India lubber.BeWng and Packing always on hand. bll lJoo 't T 1 h8.' i .
imZESS of Tallahassee and and ,
( stranVV
vicinity Coffee Suirar. Rice CAod'cs' : !
Soap pices. Candies A good suppl of Syrup Burrela.
anjoumiDg therein iovite.1to whkh we will sell at extremely low prices Cypress I.r _
gera are respectfully Burning Fluid Otis, Paint, Tobacco outr; Cigars, Liverpool and Key West Salt. :
call and examine for themselves rny uew and elegant October 8. lS9. 4181Carpets O. J. Essences Sardines, Seneca Pickles. .Soda BaIt'&c., !. AU to $cold atyewpurt prio.s for cash or or-nn September, 1S59. S3 -.._. .

Stock of I Brandies Win ,,Gin Rum and Whis ey. try produce.. J w .I boy ot mabe advance on C JI'. .-- -
DRY GOODS CLOTIIINO, &c. AI>,0 a good assortment Drugs constantly kepten : Pla.ntationNegroeJ: '&c. I DRStA ''t1
band. HEIR RUST A CO.Tallnbusee. I Hides Skins Tallow ,
FANCY GOODS HATS .t CAPS I will'buy Beeswax, Eggs .
pt. S9 Poultry.
SHOES Dentist
Printed Drugget, over three yards vide -
-ALSO- snbwHbtr offers, at private *.!..bm plaota-
and a prat many oilIer articles too numcious to men] 4 Quarter iUCHARifSON'SJR.lSa :
Hemp Carpeting Lake
( .AGENT FOE TKE on Jackson togetb r with the Ke- !
ion adapted for the and flAvIsObocatedhi
City Country trade now Velvet Rugs and Mats .goes. Stock, PrOvisimw and Implemeots thereon. --
open for wwpeetion. Purchasers Trill find at this Establishment Jute and Ahcant Door Mats : LXNIi:1NS, WAKULLA IRON WORKS. Also Lie Hotae bold bebtippytowaitcifall : -

the very Late t Styles of the (/'.- 21 Bushel Seamless Bags, I IAMABIIS DIAPBRS, Ac. J.'urtlitnre.a EO. A. GROOM.Sepf. tho a who are dcslrduaof --

A long enpenence in this buinet and first rate connections For tale by (I. & J. MEGtSNI5S. / 1OXSUMERS of RjcnAatfoji'a Lii tiu.nA those ,f 'I will always have on band or W able tat procure' 17. 1859. 83-tf_ bi service*. All work =' _ _
enable the ,propriet to progress with thuee I OctoUrS, 1859. 41-St I the shortest notice, a stock ft well made Sugar done by lum be wanaoU a&
_. V7 desirous: vf obtaining tb. yfnulttf goods, ebooIJ1 -
and and fanhioiivble
produce new goods at the I Mills from and Sejrments. Blacksmith '
"Q Notice.
upwarrlsOin SugarMilhs&e&e. to give sreoeral tatufae-
opening of the 'ewsirj!. and thereby Veep the most -Blankets &cVTEORO I see that this article they porches are sealed with WOODRUFF.N. .
attractive Stock in the city. I he full name of the firm. tion. Dr.Grant wish* ______
B, Oootl accommodation tar Travelers I
to call the attention of
Hating a'lvpl d the long Ftnnding motto JLN Mackinaw BLANKETS do ,: 1 J. X CICIIAUDSOX. EONS A TRDEN,. Sept 10, 1859. 87-Srn thoee.sullerimigwfthi -- -=-.
as a o&rautee of the eounduess amid of the
11 QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS" Fine 11.4 and IS 4 Bed B'ankeK I G<*H!*. dnrabihty Uolhax&e to. an ndlJenanated by bier
I Gnb )utlts, For Sale. I self which wilt give ioimedate reCef.. Jfo
we Venture to astonish purchasers with our low |>riv Lancaster Quilt. Honey This caution is rendetrd essentially u p.rcn
< and l attention the business Rail Way Rugs. Travelling Blaokct. I necessary : after one using it will tx witbool K. 1ffa1Ick
hope by strict to to large quantities of inferior and defective Liuena areprepared. STEAJl MILL .witli Circular Sw aod Grist .-
eeivc a hbt-ral fch.tre of I Just received and for sale by season after and A cases at Chroaif.nd lI..rp anvo6Tctb.siatt
public patronage.I season sealed with the Mill attached and in geocl running order. EtaFine -
Oct. 8. .. 41-8t G. & J.MEGIXI.SS.Notice. cannot be excelled. H. h aWDl.A1_'{. '
Kukardton Iruh
name by Houses. who, reg fd- of twenty born power.Two large Cylinder ted T xh Beoorater and iCl.-r '
tW oUbeantfuHy
October 1, 1(459.( 40 i 1 Jesus of the injury thus inflicted alike on tie American Boilers. Large French' Burr Stones, in a word an uasroflaiimthMStae, being '
consumer ami the maoufacturersof genuine Good ontfit complete. Situated I} mile north Manning Pet--.toj&ttWSe ,
an.-rdat. I will .ppM* tie Hon.L will not readily abandon business UK I4CKSMrru BUSINESS IN ALL ITS dcMMtl will fell .. .
Salt Salt !!! 'PIIIRTY days a so profitable, too in Leon county frioe two tSooMukl doflar*- 'I lL Ornca .
"B -f the Circuit while be branehea & be carried "retuCirt. the ow 200.roar axu 7 una.J.1'ojt OfIke. .: ,f
J. Wayle ker. Judge < SUUle purchasers can imposed on with (Good of A Said Mill bat been wo.ked about three ynu Pertfiot v oo as > aC Alma tf
Ia. for or.ler sell the real estate belonging to the worthies character.J. OLD STAND, .by UK undersIgned who retnr j .. or two 'tftvpptd at.tb" Port OtfeoViQioe .
1 CCrSACKS Liverpool and fiOO Turks an to wishing to Me said Mffl will call OB R U.Manning 't with ". *." t'. _
1 "UU LLnclform'.leby cetateof James. Lip come. l.te-c. rHn county, BULLOCXE. B. LOCKE. Agent, near the premises,who will give sac inform tbatifca ht aDd Mificija. a cmlhitutKm of the public .: X< B. r prompt eM iJuit attention.aAtf4eI pa.' ., '
NAUGHT A ORMOND. d :"'. DANIEL L. WICOINS St; CLued Stl:, Lew YurkoSo' tie,, desired A. 1LU.9 MANNING.Oct'lxr patronage brr!l"(ur< sq liU-rallv ntnltkol. -
,,.w p.rt (hf.t.t. : CV't.-Vrl t tW 4!>-4t A.m'r.! .' 4. lfM' :t..1y I 4t-3m July, ISI.. iU l>. C WILOi: l'Slta.I ; 9 u r

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. Floin & Journal i,1 _Valuable Inventions mON F.A.HOOPS" SM.ANN's AND TIES >,HOSTTTES WOOD, EDDY &CO.'SLOTTERIES Dealers MILES in Drags NASH,'MesIne 1 CO/.. &.,

I*published every SATURDAY, by i PEELER'S-0- COTTON BALES. STOMACH BITTERS. TUSTreeerved'from New YVk per bA% .H.OaraJ -
FOR ble a gectral assortment of articles inwvr hoc.

lANJj S. JONES vl (j HAS, K DYKE ECONOMICAL AND VARIETY STEEL BLAD FP t..ei r*cf Dytptptt.. JnAijfttlan,Kamtta, ( STATE AUTHORITY.) such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning Flora.

_ t Price C ceieperpouni'1.-25per cent. : 'wfC..l of or l' Ei".' \ White Lead Zinc and other paints Window Glass of
At'iro Poi.LAfcs pr ammo in advance."TERNS : T-. O:: v- ( frua "lri --
l(8 than Rope. 0 f tGinntarl or Entcti. ,I CfiUKJ "sj" fiCapital beet oualily. ruttvrBrushes. Potatb.Bests, SparklingGelatineLniuloa
OF ADVERTISING.One Patented Juno 21st, I 1859. Ihe Ironovci I ))yws&l'y. le CMtI4 J"r" 4- 5 3 I.. q 55 $ $ q Mustard, Frrrh! BrandT(very best)
one cocrideriitg ; I In viewof the fact that mcmlr of for medicinal Spices i Peoper.'LcSBftijSyrtp,
P- tir, insertion. {1 JO -0-- ANY every pnrpwea.
lititrt. les
I! t
squtr.uf *r '
Co Blf
"* ** each ICrofessionalaoJ O The Moit Economical, Ccnrenient and Ef. *? a* p m.iieiMl 1 fur binding too the hmn family!is i moreor lew nubjectcd to Prize $100,0001! Ink,Quinine. Pernirjan Bark.Fluid Kxtract BuchuAc
ntarqwtit will be list it baa not bean adopted I long I .
i ficient Cultivator Ever Invented. surprised some of complaints besides innumerable "e. and a general It*M>rtmt-nt of Popular Patent
; BJSIDCSS Card. inserted at ?10
|IJ'r I ._ since. In security agaiurt fire there is an OT other life, which "fallowing JJAOSJFICLVTSCIILVES iledieine We keep orioe but the very bed and

annum.Advertscmeuts. marked with the number .1 "A I[lIEN .properly made! and used if it don lI 11 helming reason for lU adaption. by the assistance of a liul-j knowledge or 'fl.p hope to merit your pntr,nage.
nnt ( V'bun iteP, I Iternu pledge myself I to The Pietsc in the Seaport Citirs hare been exercise of common Sense.I hey may be able vIl! he drawn by WOOB, EDDT & Co* Mnaer. in MILES lUSH A CO.

I irwtrtrens trill. IK- continued until forbid and charge reliant the m prove ney to those wb purchase right fur main entice of its not being generally adopted 1 t regulate their habits of diet, and with nuUic,under the superintendence cf Com luul.IU March !', 1856 18BLACKSmilHINGL

t. accordingly.tSrOcrUfieates tbir TIt :.: now that o'jwtion is removed generally and the Orleans the assistance of A good tnic.ltur permanent October 1859. ---- "
of publication of legal or etal.teQOtie.1 plaotatioc Itn'd Of aBUdt Pref. the laigcet ia N. O., give it the preference health. order to accomplish this 570 I'
but toe ttrck for I I 01&s& KTo.:
will be uulil the advertising fee isloaid. quires any .
given The Fassman Iron H x and Tie i i. desired true course to is.
taken over r" e. p pursue
nod and
n (si which be put "u. fa t vff. Ociolxf'Xuh 1859.05f .
may ojt..te work
in minute. : the iwprirs.ni4 of one "f the proprietors and ii certainly, will produce I natural Jrc onawd THE undersigned bfls ivfomed .
-- fine adopted from the fact. that it is fuund after lone rx- state thing the len.it hazard of vital I ,o"Pt and has opened a Sbt-p-'m .
ftb..il.I.i11lBiJe."nd general cutiviitioti l
Is to rod
adapted m IBEB PLAX. _ _
I combine the gfoatcsClherftsfiri'eJm'p'iitityand strength and ; forthfoeitd Dr. Hosteller the shriie'tuitding with Mr.KuhD's Car-
Attachment. permieBtta
nnd be fumed illiu. dtnil>le plutv i fa ,
may teed facility of application t.f any one yet n.ade.: It has introduced t this country a rrpation I rinse Shop, opposite the Exchange trlere all kind
is Constructed that planter
and a
: JH LrvH Cirrmt Cvrt. Ar*>Hi>p'tt. Sfm 'tirornt I desired attached to it to the Cit of ,'hieb'i11 not cxcet maybe .\ it so prepared" to require no change fur rrcompresMiir. called HOS11'TE' STOMACH 78 Ntirnber ,.. .\:. 18 Draxvn Ballots. II of Black-smithing will be d.'ne wit neatness aol

.o&-lJI/t' :MJ.t O. I Thus obviating the only remaining difficulty BITTERS is not a DeW dfpatch. lIe can refer with confidetKS those

( HJzy Thompson and John G. Pitlmnn. }Indumteand i: one Every dollar. t is detachable! and adjustable to itasi at the sea board ciliro. meiine. but one that has been tried for Nearly one Prize to erery ll TIcL ci:. who have patronized him. 'li; re.tnf'we fu r ll>eeL reter

jwitners trailing and doing bunioct- under iiIJamr The slock pal which be made Cf common pin The hoops are sent of any length from right to trn yi-ars, satisfaction to all who luveI" I I of his .0Ik. FRANCIS PAYNL.January .

firm and kUle Tlompoo d 1'ittniHC, plank it so simply may constructed aixl there being 110 feet and a full guarantee given that neither the Ti s it. The Hitters operate'and powerfully upon I GRAND PRIZE OF $100,OOO. 8. 1858. 2-tf

vs. i weld iu the JICHI pnrt that the whole plow may he nor Hoo *'abloll break. And further (that all cotton the stomach\b'c1 vigorous action, restoringthem and 1 Prize of....>O.O:i 65 Prizes of...?I Si( TonicBItters.

William O Meluniw.ifeudaut I rco-li'.y: put up by the coiLmonesl Smith ICIer Nice bound M4>eut SuCH be received on the same ti mis titus to the 1 healthy simple of strengthening 1 ... to.O 5" 10! Aromatic .
all \vh at the 'Orleans 'IVri-s as rope bour.d cotton. The by process 5 Prize*of_ 'S and BITTERS
interested beiL of Invigorating
: r"fl E : and all other are I obtaining a curT.Ct pattern. The opinion nature,enable the system to triumph over tt.nG5" UESE Delightful
of this is that rill be the eight per bale is'abotit 'tbe same: as Rope not one 10" 50 I 1. invaluable article for those afflicted with
I l>j notified of the commencement mi i have seen and tiled it it disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery flux, so 5.00 are an
by alUchmtbt. returnable to the next term of lid I PLOW USE 1 pound more or It M. contracted by new settlers o and O" .. 1.(0, 4.8(0" 4C Dyspepsia. Indigestion or loss of Appetite and those

Court at Tallahassee, and to appear and plead tu ONLY To show the opinion Ship Masters have of it, we cause'generally principally by the change of water 218 .., O, 27,040 ... 2t( I who are suffering from Debility incident to recovery

I the Mtnr. 11.S.\U S D EltS. Sheriff. as anon as its merits are generally will kimuu and thai give the following among numerous commctdalion :and diet, will b speedily regulated by a 32,398 Priies..._.Amounting to "186.785 from sickne or lassitude attendant in Warm Climates
it be but 'final
September 17. 1659. 38-IB) taking several years together a u e have: brief use of pnparation. -.!_ a -- I will find in the Aromatic Tonic Bitten a valuable
part cf present plow expenses, being nut 'iily the I The undersigned masters of vessels! having had DYlpPlia. the
J --- -- -- --- -- --- a dilea which is probably WHOLX TICKETI $20; HALTC $10 ; QCARTCKS I remedy bracing and renovating system
lxIIMH! ,
tii t convf-uient. but chests It plow which can cotton with }Fussman' new Iron Hoops
compreased when in all its various forms, than when
Plantation for sale. taken Certificate of in tie above Scheme wilb poetrateoLDirectiins
: I Farmers may fit their p.eseu, supply of SctiterShovel and Ties. hereby recommeu any ; sold at the frllowingr which is the risk : I accompany
the Plantation 1\-. and Sweeps for this stock, und even knocl bring wt-ll conipn-Med, and the button or Wops of the digestive rle.
MIE tubecriber offer (t : q, n g five n,i'.e*East of Tallal.as'er, on the J t I tit 'II ings off their 'ron;ht Turning Plows and fix; never breaking when thrown down in the Ship' hold organs, can be cured without fail by. PnctdigeofWhole. 26 Half .149 fit; EDWARD BARNARD.Dru"gst .

: Augustine lit.ad known a* F..unllt roIt. contains fur or when stowed: using HOSTETTEIl'S[ STOMACH BITTERS 26 Quarter ..74 00 : : and AI] oteeary.I .

I. OO Kenmore or leu. of us ptxxl land u this.PEELER'S L. L. Cndey, Capt. Ship" M<*os Davei port, u per dirl-lon.on the bottle. For 26 Eighth .31 31 I \priI30.185! _18 ___ __ _
cau be found io Leon County; together with the Xegruci. A Robinson, Madias this dislase every ) will recommend ,_h_,__ "

; Horse, Mutes Stock of all liud, Corn Fod, James Tomas Henry, Bitters of some kind then why not The following Spltndid Scheme will }drawn b3Woop ; Plank Road All Right !

I dcr, lc. IANURE DIST lllUTOn; A. Tatbot Ilsreaseekct, cue an article known to be infallible t EDI..t Co. Managers of th*Sparta Academy riTHK undersigned having purchased the entire interest -

; t lie will also ecU the cndrvidetl half of that Trac : John Dean. "" James Fliut, Every country have their Bitters as a preventive Lottery, Saturday in OCTOBER, at Augusta, I J. (>f the Georgia Florida Plank ,Road
% of Land I"ing two mrk Eetof Hell-Air, plantei I John C. Wilner. .1'J1b"u, of disease,, strengthening o Georgia. : will put the tame iu good travelling 0'.
Patented June 21et 1859 II. liila A. Clark the in !. and among Compunyr
s: and occupied by Petti & Chairet known a* Cur- II I Koppnholdt, Bark KimbalL there system to glne a more healtliy C'loM 40 Draw FatnrJ Oelolrr 1, 1859. I This may be ,(.liN on. The rates rf toll I have reducvd -
nucopia." It contain about 2,000 acres ol Clay an< DAITED to the sowing and distributing* L. P. Merill. b fount ., snide 25 cent. To at Bel-Air
: nj from whom this Clatt 41 $twdaif, Vtt ltr 8, IMtf. pn person
undivided half of all the Stud A The pl ice of Uoopa and Ties ,t N. 0, is 6 cents people than the : -Jft I
4 Tine land. Also the kind of manure and fertilizers whether fine 01coaise. based t'42 Drair Kntttrddy, OrtiAtr 15, 1859. wishing to contract by the season suitable deduction -
deduction made to Merchants upon sientfceXJrim'nt
Liberal preparation
3 on the place, fcfrrthrr with the plows. hoes .. : either 'in broadcast or in drill.Any cart or per pound. emannel. attended to liraut Saturday, Vctulr2'l, 1859. I will be made. But the ruinous credit system so
and all orders will receive ha 4
3 BEN. CIIAIRES. Jr.Trustee to I wagon on a plantation may be readily fixed for thii: for city acceptance F. BELCHER promptattention this great preparation in the cuu.-.Dawaa9aterday, Ottoltr 29, 1859. : abused in this region 'and on this road I can't ilaud.

Btn. 0. and OcUvia Cb ru. purpose at a trifling cost. Any planter giving it a Commercial by Place. I medical scale of science. : Somebody mist pay f>>r .n" Tig the roud. Suitable

Sept Z, 1SS9. aUf. fair trial and finding the above to be not true will 12} Ageut.New O.V THE PLAN OJSIXGLJlJfU'RS.. I deduction made to those running 8 aud 6 mule
Orleans June 11. 5! 24-6m .
i have t.is money returned. FEVER AND AGUE.This --r I teams by the season when arrangement are made
Notice.ri One of the greatest labor saving Inventions-th< Tickets i beforehand. JERE RICHARDS.

offers for sale Isle place VMJLB, acre thing farmers have so long neetled.0 Broome & Thompson trying and provoking lw. ,.i fixes IU 50,000 Richards Still April 9, '59. 15 __
HE eubscribcr relentless grup on the bod/of man,icdudng him t NEAELY ONE fKlZE TO EVliKY MKE TICKElT I
--- ---
I HILL" within a mile and a half of Tallnbawwe. Fern.an.cu..n.a, F1.a.0 ihadow In a short ipace of time,and reulerinfhlm INDIAN DoC
a mere
Those to Righd twoLD
wishing purchase or County
contain nnE :: :::
and ba!! of Bel Air. The place U defeated 1 GRAND
and two a physically and meoUlljr can while
ilhii for either of the above Inventions, or wishing to become ale OF.$0,0. TOll UACAS BRANT II
320 acre of as good :ou') a* is to be" found w GIJi agents for tbe sale of rights now have an opportunity undersigned have formed a co-partnership ted driven from the bod/<,the ox of J08TETJS'SSESOWJD 1 Prize of. ..120,000 I I CURED. Missionary among the Indiana of

p; the name distance of Tallaha;* e; *&> a new buildr for great grain. rI"IIE the name of BROOME & THOMPSON BITTERS. Farther, ,of the above 1" .. .1o,000J i 50 500 the Rocky Mountains discovered
HOUSE and SCREW antI all *:<* *rj disease can contracted when exposed tan 1" 100 RARE '
Th Addrcw Rev. PEELER icr the transaction of a ale lot b 6,00 I 40 a
ings and an unfailing well of excellent Tater. Tallahassee Florida. COMMISSION BUSINESSin ,oil conditions producing them,if to*Blues I" .. .. 4.0 100 80 CONSUMPTION be. certain cure for Coniumptid"Bronchitis

U House-if commodious and convenient can.amiogt"elYe My ton, A. J. PEELER will act as my.agent al GENERAL .fled &p doD And as it D.t create 1" .-.-. 3,00 t 100 . Asthma. Liver Com
rooms with store rooms nod closets. etc. .I this place and is authorized to sell Individual, Coun the city of Fernandma. They will give prompt nausea DOT oOeixU the palate,and rendering unnecessary 10" .. 100AproridIb&i CURED. plaint.Nervou Afff'cliooa.Cougb..

; I will cell with the place my boWIe and lot al ty or State Rights,or employ agent for the sale of; attention to the sale or shipment of cotton and other any chance of diet o interruption to usual r>w ; Cold, tc. Having now made his

; Del Air. -A L s o23 the tame. JAMES EELER produce and will make liberal advance on consign suits,bat promotes .0 deep and healthy dlgc Ti'1tJ. torture and retired from business.

r VALUABLE NEGROES. I June 30. 185!. 31-1, monte for sale here,or for shipment to their friends ia the complaint I S tliui removed &tyecdny I i c 4. Prize of$400 ap'g.'t50,0 prize a re f 1.60 CONSUMPTION he will send the prescription sod

t Term made Vnown on application.T. I I Savannah, Charleston, J.V.ork or Liverpool. .ent with the production of a thorough and permanent 4 4' ... 300'250" 10.006: .. 1,200] CURED. directions for preparing the medicine
W. BREVARD. LIVELY cure. l.t fne efe/iarye to,all who desire
A1tTE in markets of the
They will negotiate principal 4 I !5" 5,000 I 900
Persons advanced it, and will send to his
37 For agent
SepL 10. 18W. _ \IL United States the sale of BohJa issued by the State i years 4 !OO" 4.09" 800 CONSUMPTION'cncloeing two (8 cent.) to
{ stamp
eoastltntion and ,
A several Railroad the Who suffering enfeebled
CSBAT INVENTION OF THE ACEGear's -by,tbe Companies-by coun are rr& 4" 150" 5,000 GOO the return letter with a di-
. THE ,these invaluable as a restorative pay
: ties or incorporated towns and other -good securities Infirm body Bite a 4 100" 400 of their

, -0-- -DEALERS IN- and will receive and execute orders H'r investment of strength and vigor, and needs only t b tried 6,000 prizes of 20 are. .. .1.50". .... .100.000 I CURED Old sorption Doctor ha cured symptoms.The mere thsb
. Machine for Cutting, Planing, MotiF i* the same They will attend to the purchase to. b appreciated. And to a mother while nursing, --

, I ding: &c., Irregular Forma in Wood. CSrALLAliAssz1 or oale or time- Bitten .indlspensaUe. especially where (houtother's 5,485 Prize amounting to. .. .'. ....$320,000 CO\sUMPTIOS and 300hopes cases all of afflicted Connanptio pEople* alone will,
b Inadequate the
-0- ESTATE IN THIS CITY Dontlme t avail themselves of this opportnnfCUKtU. .
Rb\VL or the consequently tier strength must yield, WHOLE TICKETS $10; 11-ints $5; QUARTERS.$2 5oCertifuate .
; undersigned bas become the owner of the d ,, ty M the Doctor wishet to do *nthe
in the Middle Etuttrn or mhere tonic, Such u ---- --- -
here it good -
and a --
rr"IJE or county 0I'1flomb
rateable machine io town i be before he diet.
to and sell this or in any good eon -
i O Floritli. Persons havi. suchproperty needed impart temporary of Package will sold at the follow
a .Florida and be now offer individual aud County Southern Districts cf g Bill i t Ing b CONSUMPTION Address all letters toDANIEL
win veil to furnish them Ladua should b which U the risk:
of for sale u" plats and vl to tlie system. al 1 rate
: to who desire to purchase. ,
: Right any may S\ of quality, location improvements try remedy fur all easel debility and before Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .t80
with accurate
:.k fit Machines can be seen in operation at any time at I CURED. Box 35J1 P.0, New York
the*bop of I. W. Bowen at the Tallahassee R. R. aEO\C\ price, terms, Ac,":tb the name of some doing Mk your p.icn ate, I he is acquainted 10 Hal . 40 Who is his sold agent.
I is in its conatruction1 wbo will. show the property on application.We with the virtues of the Bile will recommend their M 10 Quarter 20
t .Depot. The ;iachiue simple I person January J. 1859. 1-1J
adapted to cut a greater variety of irfegular forms FLlr will attend to the settlement el claims againstthe I in all cases of weakness.CAITIO.V. 10 Eighth 10
Fedetal to State Government for emces or .-We caution the public -------
stud surfaces than other yet invented. Its capacity AiDt Estate Notice.
any I and fresh supply of the recent Indian War. of the coon Ia ordering Tickets CeVtificate enclose the Insolvent .
is to twenty men and ;in some kinds of now receiving a large substitute during using any many imittonl o or *
.- ,work trveIZnorc.rjual It occupies but small space-only I ARE variety articles kept by Pru gista.PIASTERS. In &dditidn tolhelr ,Commission Departmeat, the tvrfcits, but ask for CnJB&AT amount of money to our address for what you wish STATE OF FLORIDA, t .

zfrom-tbtee to four feel square is sufficient-and requirei PHYSICIANS undersigned have purchased the entire STOMACH Birruts, and see that each bottle to purchase; name the Lottery in which yon wish it County
r twt Jitfle; power to drift it. Every kind of md others wit! find at this establishment aull STOCK of'GOOIJS of Messrs. ELLIS & THOMPSONto has the words t Dr. J. l"tttr's Stomachllit.rs" and iot'nte and whether you wish Wholes Halve or TETHRO BRADLEY administrator of tbe estate

: neat nod vifficuk work in /louse building. Cabinet of always thing needed in our line aid on which they will make large addition at an early blown the on the metallic.ide LotIe. the Quar. receipt of which, we send what i or fj of Bennett Bradley,late of Leon county, deceased
supply every eUinpca on cap covering by firth together with the scheme. filed iu the Probate office of said
Wagon and Buggy Building, band extensive mail having county
will -
Furniture Carriage Southedlarket an
liberal term can be had in day. They keep constantly that
lure is on ing. Certified to the Commissioner, will be sent said Bennett Bradley to be insolvent therefore notice
..uea&Aeeaand despatch JERE RICHARDS. I ended to and filled with the same correctness To Cash as and if Dry Goods Hats, Boots & Shoe, Cfto'tbing I Prepared and sold by HOSTFEK fc with an Explanation. is hereby given to all person having claims against
3i.lyi6.l6S9. 29-1 y lersonally time purchased buyers, we by feel confident in saying wean bttddlery and Harness, Groceries, (Li. SMITH, rittsbargb, Pa., and sold bj alllrsggists t Purchasers will please write their ligature aid estate to appear and file the same with tbe Judgeof

prompt them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK com- quoTa excepted,) Provisions Plantation grocers, and dealers generally an give their. Post Office, County Stte Probate of laid county! on or before the 2d day of
Southern Plows Cern Shelters, &c. give All communication confidential when there will be a rata distribution
>rise- Utensils Doors, Windowsand the United States, Canada,Sontb.Anicrira strictly January pro
MATHER & CO. Stuffs tbroakot All prizes of 11,000 and under paid i me of said estate amongst the creditor of said esta .'
A. F. Drugs Dye other Building Materials and t '
Germany. D. W. GWYNN. of Probate.
Viunisbe after the drawing other prize at Uw oil Judge
No. 34" -\'ESET STREET, Medieines ,Furniture, Iron, SCOVIL I MEAD time of thirty day*. July 2. 1859. 27m

UEW YOEK Cirr. Chemicals. Putty Burning. fluid Hardware find Cutlet y, Castings and a great NEW ORLEANS L.., Addree Order for Ticket or Certificates to
A F. XL A Co.would respectfully inform Soullt- I I'aiota Camphine. variby! of oilier articles. Wholesale Afirentswld WOOD EDDY A CO. Angnsta,Georgia.or Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .

.Lx.: tht'1mllabb..d Dealers in AoEicvLTtakLIwrLrtrsr Glass Ware wIU! sell ?t Wholesale or Retail S by K. 1lAni ARD-JTr., NiSI: &
Oils AH of which they ',. tl. WOOD EDDY A CO.Atlanta, Georgia. OF FLORIDA, t
"tfeat tbeT'' atill MASTFAcn-a r. all commercial accept <\(>:, and AiSlES &: LI\ Y, ,
Produce gcod
PLOW I Fme Window 011\1 for CASH Country or EDDY & CO Delt Leon County. )
kind of b/rtli t.e land Iron SOCTUEES PLOw Soaps farvorbywith Florida. or. WOOD, Wilmin.
Siin.tMK. GKAIM Caimt',, Hrand I Fine Tooth and flair Manufactured Tobacco auce at price tlut will compare April v, 1850. 15-ly from JEFFCOAT, administrator of the estate of
COM A of the numbers
CASTINGS nvite are
those of in the South. We : roercliants lis drwn JB.
P"teot Medicines city
Bruhea any -
Te-ncKa ----- -- - A.ShuTer.laeofLeoncoemtydeeeasedtmav
STALK CtTrcas. FAX MiLtE. STOKC GARDEN .tock. ,with the amount of the Prize that each
and CAS i. Bitkoms Gl*U3*.,SV UMKST CASTINGS, I Pain"Brushes Fine Havana Segara. and all other purchaser to examine BROOME our 250,000 Acres one i U entitled to, will be published after every drawing ingfiled in the Probate office of mid county a writted
Inslrumentl Medicine Chests JAMES E -Rairoad be believe the of -aid E. A.
that estate
for the "SoX'rrttR TRACK. Also Surgical Con- suggestion
.c, Ac. expressly t in the following papers: Augusta (Ce.)
i (f hand aH kinds of ACII
3 lMrLOiC5T8.WACUISLRT, Srina FERTILIZERS, i 'LT.E WISES & EliANDIES MIDICIIAL purposes. February,19, 1859.____ 8-1 ySYEUP _ I T' IIESE !:nd* are compo of the alternate- f efJL Di'pllb. Paulding (Miss) Clarion, New'ork I to all persons having claim the against said of estate Probate
file the
Co. &c.. wlich we cell at Z.OWEKics than any I -ALSO- I lion on itbl'l ? (Georgia Herald and New York Time tl appear and same Judge
1 1I
other house iu tlte United State. We have a Dc- JOO OUNCES SULPH QUININE.- & PORK : Railroad granted by i.frj T "D l-d States State of Nov. H. 185' 46-ly of said county on or t before the 6th* of[ February
distribution uf
VbolstaleFri'ed which we will Those eat, when there will >e a pro rata
ecriptive Catalogue iTaTdTo this! road. -
furnish on application by mail or otherwise. All D. II. AMES, M. LIVELY. En A R R E lL.1 i Iord located on building that part of the line extending O'wof."r Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo.RAILROADS laid estate among. the crfiTitorn'ornaid estate.D. .

Goods warrautej to be as represented. May 14, 1659. 20 from an Tallahassee to Alligator, a distance of 105 W. GWYNN'JudgeofPfobaterAug.
A. F. MAYHER & CO I in the vicinity: of and 13, 18:19. -m
FLUID AN'P Most of them are eat .
Send for our Pike Li t. N<. 54 Vesey St, Jf. Y. SUPERIOR BURNING JI JIi of lile.the Suwannee River. They embrace every varity -

Successor to Jol.n Maher A Co. (Who establuhed I; CMPITE t S ALT.I of soil from lands suitable merely for limber and Notice.SIX .

the business iu 1820.) i KEUOSENE! & LAUD SYRUP and aval stores, to the most valuable description tom the month from the first publication of tiki no

2 ._20. 1289._ 31-3m_ ELENTT good West I reduction of Sea Island and Short Cotton Sugar, the undersigned administrator deboni* non,
foru1e LIVELY here. ALSO-coarse or tine Key
I by ..I.' for sale
Fla. lice. Corn,Tobacco and other agricultural product D with the Will annexed of all and singular tbe good*.
: Plantation for Sale. I M" SALT at LAD D' Newport, I fC Florida. A large proportion are pine lands based Change of Schedule. chattels right and eff'dillwhich were of John Wil-

,. 'm. P{. r. 'f--!.' rom T lsb: Extract Quality __Nov. 20. 1858. __Jl7____ m clay with dense and large forest growth, resemb-- ford deceased, late of Leon county will present kw
The o
S land Original much the best pine lit da of Baker county Geor- final account and voucher to the Judge of Probate
: .I_ on the Bjinhridge road known as tile Sent Guns Jin their favor giat climate Department having ordered daily mail see- from List
of l lend about COO i Corn Starch GuS Gu with the difference in THB < of Leon county and ask to be discharged
J,1antati.)11. containing 900 acre altnecessary permanently located I. g.proximity to the seaboard make them admirably! between Tallahassee and Wall t'. Mill said adnnuisCration.
of which are cleared, having inclo a-iiew. Dwelling new Gin House I'I, PREP A RED expressly for Puduingo Ice Cream THE tho Post-offieei'wWe b ia preparedin dapted fur the production of Sea Island Cotton and the Train will run on and after tle'rt of SOLOMON SILLS Adm'r Ac.
out buildings Kng a Custrd Pie*. Porrige.
be ad- ,Banco Mange the and prompt manner, to Tbe best recemmendatioh of these lands will 181 a* follows,. May U, 1S59. 20-6m -
Screw and Negro Cabins. The tract might I AME3 & LIVELY. mot .orkmanlik Sugr.
.I Received fresh by i make and repairGUNJVrtlrLES in the of corn, sugar cane long and On the Pen. Geo. Railroad':
2 vanUgpoiuly divided. May 21. 1859. 21Congress cups them and adja.eent P. M.
liort growing Leave Tallahassee at..4 Notice.SIX
of the whole or .I o daily .
t-r the anyjrart GU.t-L.OCKS.
-i; Vropwitions purchase and similar lands which those wishing to pur- Arrive at Walker' by. ., .5.30 P. M.
.IP;l i'f riTl'f1 until the let of Decora Vr nut.ILJJtf I Mil Months after the first piblication of this no-
Water. G Locksmith.
in aU work pertsiaing to a or call and examine. The Walker's Mill at..8 M.
.: to pur- daily
for rent the enduing fie lass are requested A Hon.
ill bu. will to the
if imJ on\\4 tII" >- \ Lave the undersigned present
P'AT credit for SUPPLY, just received and for si.Lt t1 above qunlifio ition be expects to merit a baser have access to both the Gulf and Allan- Tallahassee by... ... .. .9.SO M
. ihr e {""ll..C the puithaM. *f>ply to sue io TaV.ulua : i AMES A LIVELY. literal patronage t1e .1. tc ports Florida, to which our roads are now theflfleCtjol Connecting at Walker' Mill with Post Caehe via and vouchers a* administrator on the Estate of JohnW.
IL MKG1NMSS : My 14. 1R59. 20White I surrounding country. ,.l being extended, sad on the completion of Monticello to Albany evening of excepting laid aDd akU
GEO. i every deceased late of ,
____ _,_ __ I N. B. Gun locks always sale hand. Road with the te Townsend county
AfotoT( lIrs.S. A. liin.v.S.pt. 1 --'- -- -- :I t AUGUSTUS fo BROWN.lrcb.18b. 0 of the Pensaocfla &'Ceia of Sunday, and twice a week connecting with be dismissed.

10. 1S5\. _37-3m : Lead. 18 fate Trunk TOld d Georgia travel of Savannah past Coaches running to Madison, Alligator, Baldwin and LITTLETON M. WHITE.Adm'r.
lands be ten hours
-- -- and No. Ground in Lin- these 'i Jacksonville.On. 7, 1859. :
1 May
EXTRA pure -- --
travel f both 19-8m.4-
--Notice. hours t>
at io about 24
I PURE Oil just received and t>r sale by !! "bey are present FernnixJinand the Tallahassee Railroad : -
For Sale lharlcston and Savannah by steamer to
months after date the undersigned will pre AMES A LIVELY. These Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday)

,SIX: his final jxcccniuU and voncheis to the JuJijeif t: May 21. 1S59. 21 VALUABLE WATER-POWER SAW MILL thence by Railroad,Railroad Ac, to Alligator.and the at. ............. .. .. .....10 A.M willbesDade at

Prubate of Leon county us administrator on the 1 ____ --' -- --- A (Grist Mill attached,)with 600 acre Pine Land.. oils were granted Co be pnrl" the Arrive at St. Marks by .. . ...U.2 AM Is hereby given that application for
at6 to applied Florida
iroceeds of the sales pnr- the next session of the Legislature lit
I estate of Jam.. Slronian. dcccrswl. late of s.iiJ I Guava and Current Jellin, Prunes. The Mill is situated about the centre of the tract of the Leave St daily (except Sunday)

count!. and ask to be discharged therefronL I LEMONS Pickled Oysters Brandy Peaches land, and 2 mile from Station N-. 2, Pen. A Geo. base of iron for the road already gade1 or at.-Mak. ......,.....:. .. .... 2.15 r.M amendment of' the Charter' of tbe AllanaMeeXMt Pcnsacola A Geor RoadCompisniel.
which in
WILLIAM L. 8TROMAN Adm'r. : Preserved Lemons Uraige. Pine Apples aud R R.and f of a mile from aid road. reding effect of this i f(rapid the purchase progies of' comp.titTo Arrive at Tallahassee at.. ....... 3.30 gis Gait City. Also'fbr A.leUncf s 'Cbsrter'fora'and RiiVdid from

_October 1. 1859. 40-Cm -_ I Gmger,Green Guge Murmal.ide Lemon Syrup. Raspberry further information apply to the aodelige lies are ,0Ljcct, I mvile the immediate attenioa Connecting with Pit Codcb to New Port o arrivalof the Golf of Mexico in the County of Franklin to or
-- ------ -- ----
-- -- add linger
i do. Strawberry do. Pine Apple on the premises, or by letter, of all persons wishing such property particuirly and which. Vrtom. bfe'departure of the in the direction of the Northern boundary the
Lobftcr. an
Notice.VI.L Fresh Salmon
do. Raspberry Vinegar Shad. Assorted Pickles Adees a d. 'YRD ,individuaU and desirous purchas- Train; and withttfejftfe Ma se bt.eeuNew State of Florida East of the River Apalachicola.
Haddock. Halhbut nod c.mrie
claims demands agaiutt WAX ttd
or Orleans Key
persons hating BiileyS Mi8. ig la large quantities.TF.KMs Cob tt'eat July 23,1859. 30
I .1 estate of J. L L. Green, deceased, late of Scotch Ale and Porter. September 3, 1859._! ___ -One third and the balance in one pints on the Gulf arriving S1 Marks a O way
IJCMII C\llInt!, are notified tu present them to the un- 80,000 Havana Segart- and two year with c.per cent interest, payable West 0 the 18th let or tad of each Tax Sale.
tlrnigned within the time prescribed by law, or thisLJotK'O AMES A LIVELY. Taylor's Cotton Gins. nnuaily in and arriving at St Mark on their way to
adt'lne. mont
will be pled in bar of tboir recovery; and all I _Mi.y!.1869. 211Cod ______ __ Settler on these land are requested t make immeale o the 15th of each month. BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law
persona indebted arc requested Io make immediatpl -- F. RTV. Forty five atd Fifty Saw Gin always application to me by letter at Tallahassee. Whenever the day come on Sunday t'Train ahall sell, on the first Monday December

>avmai'C(.' -WY' I' LiverOilu [ on Cur sate byIOPKI WALTER GWYNN, will run C that iay to connect. next,before tbe Court House door in the city of TsJlaliassee -
QREEN. Adm'x. S A MEOINNISS .Co. EDWARD HOUSTOUN duringlegal hour, at public outery the
IJ: RESH AND PURE of the celebrated "Brands"J Agent Pea A Geo. R ,

Sf'-p... 10, 1859. 37-8w. < I ) "Herem.,Oktk A Co.. A JiasUon's. August 6, 18511.BROWI'S. 82 July 30. 1859. 31-6m Prett. $ Stp't.January1,285I.1 followingjanda lying in Leon county, near Msnoiog-
-- --- W Section 19 Township
--1.-- I For ale by AMES A LIVELY. -- too.via: The W )of the N }. ,

Just Received i j May -21 DOUBLE CYLINDER PROSSER'S. PATENT --. l nt f rcr i f 0 ". 2, East, k North.-costaiaicg 80 sees more for or
BCHEDTTLE O'UADS les. Sold to thol8tat.atstF'Cmmt/taaes
h, IQjT ta 3t! to I CST RECEIVED-A 'pplufMrs.ALLEN'S 60 SAW Lp :D tbe year*1 854,pay'&, '6.7, '8 and'9. Owner not koowo.
ri ,< f\ BARRELS FLOUR Hair Restorer and ZiloWliamnm- GIN IRON BOILER TUBES on THE -, J.., '..PtlLLLTsR 9.oleetor.

IIL .VJ 10 bbl. Sugar For sale by AMES LIVELY. A NEW ISS I I FLORIDA RAH;EOAD. .nfj t $9,., t f.f< fj ''G't. .
Dried 21, 1859. 21EnglishT2isieed HOPKINS MEGINNISS. ,
A 2 bbl* Beef. May Fcr sale by A article DRILL, the.TUBE '

3 bfcl*. Lard. Oil Ang. 13. 1859. 33 *. EVERY S."and.neeIIU"la SET.THE. TUBES ia the Notide.
S Tierce Ham, ,
-- --- e'e _
best manner. month .afterthe first publication of this no-
10 Sack Coffee, J.' PURE ARTICLE boiled a 4 raw. For web For Sale. Tube CLEAER Steel-Wire and Whalebone SIX the ondenfgtied executor of the la* Will
10 Cask* Bacon, A
or defaaxd.
and testament of James Wbitebead
Cheep for cah. R. A. SHIXE Ji.Att. gallon.AMES A LIVELY. FARM of 110 acres consisting partly of Hammock BRUSHE ARTESIAN WELLS. &.. Screwed SUNDAYS present bU finaT' aeeoant a* soda exeewter, to the

8, 1859. 32 May .. 1819. 21Compound A and partly of Pine Ln all of excellent I Tub,flash O t sides or with Couplins either arrival( Steamen EXCEPTED, from Charleston )and Sa- Judge ef Probate of Leon eoooty and aakto be 'si-
Madi H. About 20 f\y
quality Si miles from outside or.inside charged. JOHN B. WHITEHXAD.'Ez'r. 4
L86S. Gentian acres under fence. On the place there is a well built THOMAS PROSSER A SON V7 vanoah,,connecting at Calbihan with Stage lorTrader'l June 4, 1859. 23rn
Hill and CcntreviHe at Baldwin with
A lOST PESISABtfi AR80HTMKfT OF JE3rpHESE u. dwvlKng hoBse and all necessary out bidiog 28 Plait Street, New York. ;
7 rac1 with
"JI : A bargain be had if applied An- 34-8m Stage Tallahassee; at 'Tiail Bridge Stagefor

FRESH GARDEN SEEDS BITTERS are an infallible remedy for tract of 250 may acres, adjoining the above 1,"i be Aug. 20.186. Middltburg: and at Stark with Stage fer Hewnamville v Notice. -

Growth of 1858! JL Bilious and all disorders arising from a deranged othr< with it if desired. Apply to J. L Esq, : and Rope Gaiuvill, Micanopy, Flemiogtoo, and SIX Months after the first pub&eatmi this DO-
condition of the digestive organ Dyspepsia Debility I at Madison C.IL,or the subscriber Tallahassee Bag Ooala. ,the undersigned will present bi.final **-
&l ESE SEED are procured from cold climate Liver Complaint Low Spirit, \\ant of A PP&- .FUrid t ISAAC AULD. FOR BOND A CO. i LEAVE Starke aOy Sunday' exeeptecL arrival 'coaotstotb BCIG.Judge Probate of Lion e

C r JL and win consequently flourish the better in a tite. Ac For sale by AMES A LIVELY. Sept 10, 1869. 8tNotce. : [ 'r,Au1869 tt of Stages and eonnocUng at Fernindina with and apply for a discharge aa adraioiatntor eu Ute

warmer one like ear*. May 21, 1859. 21 Steamen for Savannah and Cnarl* toa, on Monday, FUU of David Felkel, .,1 1 U. ,aid eouaty.

I Of" Call early or send your order, that you may - New Wheat Tuesday, Wednesday and Frida,. 1. J. BARN5 J,.

I get the varieties desired. AMES LIVELY. JOHN B. CALBRAITZC..1'. V. BREVARD, JR. NEW Foua 'or A.< IL COLE, SnpX July 10, 1859. 318:450Notice.: "
January 8. 169. S Months present my final 50 BARREL 1.1858. 18FISK'S -
__ -- Galbraith Brevard SIX and the Hon.Judge of Probate -> HOPKINS -MEGNNI.bg.20.
of the Estate INotice. PATENT MET1LICBTJRIAL
&TTOPITY S AT IW, Ln amilltrto
FLUIDTJARRENTED of John Wilcox, deeed, or..ai county A PPLICATI05' be mad to the OeoeraTV
T.ALL.ADUSEE; FLORIDA. and a'k B discharge from said al'mic.tto' OASES .- : Assembly of the Stats of Florida at its oex

\ FRESH. For aalo at the Drug July 23. 1859. 80 JAMES BARFIEL. Ad-nfr. OIX months after date, the undersigned will pre, ejon ia Nvaber a Charter for a Bank to.br

VY Store of E. BARNARD. Sept. 10, 1859. 3'-m O sent'his final account and vouchers to the Judge located in Middle Florida.

Jaanary 1,1859. DAILY EXPECTED, of Probate of Leon county, and apply f a final discharge -- .July 10. 18 i.. ll3mPlantation

__ For Sale.rpHE from the administration O the eat bf B. A. -L -
N."a Goods
HILLSBOROUGH; 'j Our Fall .& Winter SLuice,deceased, late of said county. IoRoIeltood Goods.:
Coxsiarnto or DWELLING-HOUSE recently occupied by J. JEFFCOAT, AdmV.

MILITARY ACADEMY. I DRY CSOODS. IIATS.HA1IDWARE JL )* K E Grot in the Northwest portion of the Aug. 20, 18l,. 31- m -( Fiaithed-Latest PcJen4)azarihbr )) TI7E; .r. BOW MorHng.otr $rail Fall wpply.'
immediately. Tbe lot TT Good for Plaotatioo wbioh rant*
to we
SUPERINTENDENT wulueclevenycara f CLOTHINO city.: i la .A1fD UDxsTacrjix nse.

rpJIE.L; an officer of the South Carolina State Military GROCERIES. I. CORN SHELLERS, mad handsomely gne e dnll SUPPLY dill sacs kept coMtantly on hand the inspection ot plaaters and paUlo tenerally., ]

.teLtmIes. For a circular addre** BOOTS & SHOES, PAINTS & OIL. with six room Ters easy, B. C. LEWIS. Cottn. Cotton by A by T.J. RA WLS. TJixkrUkcr.KoTtmb HOPKINS tt MBGINNIS'

::. C. C. TEW. Rfl1'lnrongh. N. C. For 1. cheap by' POND A CO. : CASH Aug. 2749. 35 BOND 4 CO. !O, 1858. 41 Ang.Ol8S9. S4The

I '. Ifarrh! 12. 1!r.9. 11-ly Ll.oy.l,. Anjj. 27, 18:1'. 85 I


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