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 29, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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an& 1 Carts( GALLIE I DENTISTRY.DH. ... From rise Jonrnat of Commrrrt. I conflict leverfiftpen in the streets of the insurgents and twoor I warning on this ,('r.I\I'nt.tI .
pjtiicssianaL Justness I'I'lUEDICAL let the brave and the strong enter; let the ; the arms found in COOK'S honpe
and Among
__ 11 let the three of their assailants being killed
DKALKK IN I poor and the worn, and the weary enter; fifteen hundred pikes, made in Connect-!
S. I humble and the loviug enter; enter ye into the joy several wounded. I are
l\OTICE. I Lord." I the arrival of the rot the handle sit: fret long, with a broad end:
-- I DRY GOODS PROVISION\ of your Matters thus rested until
I from Baltimore I flat two edged blade, one foot? l lo)g. .Also
marines and
and Slates troops
Dr. Wm. F. Shine : I Present is the call, proiui'p.I Hinted rifles box of tea
ANDGROCERIES : the Leader! Io, ,fit"rwy t I and Fredeiick, when the Armory surrendered ; nine
o.ntB* ins rcoicsuoisAL sraricrs TO TilE FOII.IC. i IN GENERAL. i Labor and reward waiting,- at.it; $ht... volvers' and a box I swords. BROWN denies
mlju'ntwg llmt of Prs. Gamble:: Baton. Enter, if ye would obey ; } refused that others except those at the Ferry are
OFFICE I II ; T. .T CUR LEE I Tlie demand. for surrender being; any
8. IMS.: 19-ly NotemUr 13. 1858. 46 Hour thewtlrome, connecteditn'nter.rie.! II wounded son
"VyrOVLD return his grateful aclaowlcdgemenU the marines battered down the door 01 the
T V to the citizens of Southern Georgia, and Middle Enter ye. I ar.\\ that oilier parties at the North are connected .
I fm
met I a hi i"k discharge says
CO.1 / ', but were by
& mor
MILES I NASH FRESH"t GMD1 SEEBQ2'cl.wtlk and East Florida, fr (the very liberal patronage Come the Iratevith UurdynViftcJ, One marine was Killed, and I \\ithitsFVENTH
1 the IIlsur t'nts'l
revived from them dining the past fire or six yesre.lie And the note of triumph song. ) I
) r. A L K R S IN I the above feared to be root tally wounded. Two [ : DI' PATfH.]
the of profession
will continue practice I Hoping trusting) ,trin::. daring. one
DRUGS, g & PALMS, i : ; bf'1858.GUM in those iM ctions of country and has made such. ThongU the way be rough! and long:- or. three others were slightly wounded,, I' 1'-'nrIR's rF.RRO t 19,9.40 p.m.-.tll
arrangements will manufacturers of Dental Materials I Hear the whlrome, The marines forced an entnuice', Janing all the prisoners have been committed to the

JH OILS I DROPS : North, 1111 to enable him to put up rti.L sttts of I .. Enter ye.:' "insurgents; 'prisoners and liberating their i Charlestowuijail! to wait the action of the
modes' from
teeth in of the popular at f/ly
I Il')1l any for captives, whom they bad previously threatened i Grand Jury. They wil! be indicted and
lniitJre'd !
oie dollars less than u usually charged I Come tIe 'rMtl-ulrigt and earnest '
nemls and the ,
11 rOULD inform band assortment public of uc OF ALL FLAVORS, the came ir\the South; (he means what he says.) and Steadfast though the wave be high to murder if attacked. u. V I tried ip i a few ds.kTjje arrangements about

IT they have 00 kept a good in their line of business I guarantees them to be as DISABLE. DUUTlFIlL and i Breasting, braving struggling; winning, The number of their prisoners Is not stated jurisdiction have been settled in this way :-
generally COLDS'Ju4
nicies as are receiving regularly fresh supplies Tlieiiernis bF.RIIEABLK as can be put up North or South. I. Conscious that: the victory- nigh- but it i is believed that out of the original the local authorities are to try the prisoner
nJ will shall be be reuonable. reeeired at the DRUG STOKE rf I Those in need of his service, can, by dr rp n? a : Hear the welcome" I surgents fifteen have been killed and two in-I for murder and meanwhile the U. S. nnthor-
EDWARD UA11NARD.: JR. note to him at either Montccllo: or Madison, Fla. Enter ye.
Tallahassee, April 9th 1853- n. Tallahassee, December 1 8, 858. 51Wlli7ll" :I have the work done, and time to test it befor pay- believed to be mot tally wounded. itea will proceed against them on the chargeof
__ -- -- I irjr for it. Come the poor-with want and weeping Among the citizens Harper's Ferry murdered treason. Gunmor'ISI; stated to U.' $.
T. GALLIE McDOXALD & CO'sT, I Ibb'trtising ty; Tie t liest references irn ir drtircd.December :Meagre with) the "mit,-" of Iov; arc Fountain Brekham, a prominent District Attorney OTLD that be had no objection .

S in rcccip' uf A large and wtll selected stock (JrSTAI'LI } & Commissiou )jOUSt 25, 1S58. 62 Anxionr For the, wistful wealth, humble and longing abo\c nnd .cspected citizen, the agent of the Baltimore to the General Government proceeding .
I light
SLTISSERTTALLAHASSEE hear the welcome, and Ohio Railroad Company ; Joseph against that portion ofprisonersieft aftertime
fyrina and Summer Reedy Made Clothing, No. 102 NASSAU STEEET, I WILLIAM .. Untcr )'e." Burnley and George Turner, one of the first authorities: of Virginia were done with

Halt (11I''J"' *. I0tl and Shot, familyGrotffir NEW YORK. FLORIDA men !in the vicinity. them.

*. 11 1i.es, nran: CFA
Ail| SO. 1S59. 18 in tI. s pape'r. I IRON WAKK, \\'1I0USALESD: RETAIL Nerveless aimless but obcdicnt sey, railway conductor, and George Richardson ments.! He tays he rented the! fann from

-- BARNARD- --- Jr.. "Aug. 20.:1859.: _31______ .___ ____ DEALER: IN I'LAIN, FANCY: AND JAPANNEDWAHK. -Tlitre'*.mother gate than dootli: ; of Maitinsburg. Several soldiers! are Dr. Kir\EDY: mix: months since, and that: tIme

E. "OTTO LANGE Ilrar: the welcome" geiionsly wouiukd. I rent Lis paid bit next March. lie never-bad

WILL COXTIt; : -B TilE I Move IlrailQtinrlrrs.A I Enter ye. The latest advices report that! Brown is notdead lover twenty two men at the farm at any one

RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS WATCH MAKtR: 1 SPLENDID assortment CooVmg./ Parlor Come the vtary-
fjg: AT IHC OLD STAND, BIOS J -t:\. and Wood l Stoves trimmed with peatueMf8 Folded hands on willing breast' : I and the Rangers, under the orders of time good reason to expect reinforcements from

I IO.TnE And Jeweler, and durability, at reduced prices. 12? Fainting: faltering the burden, but, attempting.the rest President, arc now in pursuit of fugitives.The : Mar)lantl 1. Kentucky North and Sonth Carolina .
-Light sure :
MONTICELLO, FLA. I Out Door Work.Roofijp Hear the welcome United Stales District Attorney has I : and Canada. He had: arms sufficient

"O TAn. WOULD respectfully inform tile citizen of Mid I Ornnnicntal Front I cajs,Guttering Copper .. Enter ye." gone up to tako charge of the legal proceedings l- I for fifteen hundred men ; al.o, two hundred

,l East ."JOIIrl\ Hint lie tl leipns making and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead, Sheet against the prisoners. Tlie arrangements revolver's, two hundred Sit ,...'* ilJlos and

of Clinton and Monroe stletts,TI111atJbne. occasional visit through these) section of country for I Zine. Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop workofevery Como the H'71ble-w'ftlth nor l-e.vity made by Gov. Wise to prevent the spread of I thousand These were left at tIme
Corner the purpose of doing any Voik in the above line, done at short notice. Bearing in the modest hanj, lone
January 19. 1S&It .S that uaj be entrusted to his care. variety MerchantsAre Waiting. wondering but believing- disaffection were complete and admirably ex farm where he had an abundant supply of
H. BERRY ALSO City and Couulry _Snch are wanted in that land ; ecuted. The Governor arrived nt the spot I powder and fix-d ammunition.

A fine Lot of Jewelry which I will sell at the lowest : respectfully elsewhere.!' invited to give me a call Lefuie purchasing Hear.. the welcome" too late to paitJcipate in the attack. Seven All these! arms w--re brought at differenttimes
Auctioneer and Commission Enter ye. and rifle and artillery companies, and other Eastern
pofible 1111. J f N. B. AH articles manufjctuod! from the very infantry two fiom Connecticut I
1\1' E R C H A N T. 17,,' iftt lifftnnrt firm if re j"irrL I Io'tt material coil! warranted durable. No other artj Come the Ivt-iny-with a fondness nil with full ranks, besides several local companies points, to Chambersburg Pcnsjlvania, and..

AiLABAS-ti, Fla..Sept.: 185E. 39' April 30._ 1859. 18-ly_ -- 1 Icwill be offered for sale. And) a strength that <-/"."#. JIo't Lean.a i were under, orders, and en route for were directed to J. SMITH and ANDERSON,
---- -- -- -- -- --- m I October '.'O, 183r1.; 42PLAiTERS' tender, watchful (faithful
Clinging Harper's Ferry. in less than four hours alter KENEDY'S farm, his assumed names.
HIGH .\. CORLEY, Dwelling House for Sale. V With a finile nor w n!'tes nor w ears,-
Hear the wclt-onc, the news was received by him. The, werepac.eaitm! double! boxes,the better
Law SUBSCRIBER offers for !:J.1cn<< HOTEL I the who handled on
Attorney at rpHE Enter LILY L to deceive parties
J. terms ea'y to a porch' r, his house 1':. V V the farm. ,
TALLAIIASSEK, FJ.A. the .l lrMgne.l. Ta11nhassoo_ -- 12 ;3H. .Thre their war to
to 19
I lots in Bet-Air. Apply nn I Harper's Ferry, October ,
TilE HARPER'S FERRY he made mistake, in either notd.taiming
AUD.Mirtb5. He one
Jauuary 17, 1857. -ly or to W. K. Heard. JOHN I C. 11. FISHER, Proprietor. are no signs of any fugitives. The Chambcrsburg says
-- 1859. 10-tf a INSUB.B.ECTION.On I tha train on Sunday night, or permitting I
-- -- --- ---- I April !), 1851); 15lyNOTICE. and Bedford Rangers are searchingnmoutitains. unmolested.! This want
---- it to on <<
John B. Whitehurst, -- going to on Friday last, the latest Last cvei.ing detachments of go
MEL press
POST & his
tEDIC.tL, I I judgment, he seems to infer, exposed
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW --0- intelligence received of the troubles} at lIar.per's marines and volunteers \isited Brown's house, too nnd prevented inforce-
COMMISSION BOND. I found blankets, boots, .
S. and large
J. H. TAYLOR..J. a quantty
:\1.Rl.l"FLA. Terry was up to the morning of the ISth. moments from reaching him.
64 I'oyclras Sired, clothes and tents, besides fifteen hundred
.'\\ILL practice in the Circiut Courts Holmes of coubtiauJ Jackson.I *. NEV"V OB..LEANS. I Drs. Taylor & Bond, The despatches below contain a resume of I -hoes pikes, with large blades affixed to them. The names of a'l'! his party at the Ferry on
Washington and I three white men whom
f ralh.uu.special attention to collecting. -- HAVE aseoiiated in the practice of Medicine. Of the 5nt lligcnce, and therein wilt! bo found i Also, a carpet bng containing sundry documents Sunday night, except .rrnndarf as
par REFER T 0Messra. at the OLD STAND of Dr.Taylor. the he admits sending away on an
No iuiber27' 1858. 48-ly with the despatches previously given, a connected throwing considerable light on the
I' titles'! under!
6 their propjer
8.19. with
-- --- -- tliomas J PerUns; A Co, Jallabawce, Fla. Tallahassee February 1. constitutionand follows,
.. affair( a printed
.. 1 R Harris &; Co., Quincy. history of the movement of troops and ; among Provisional Government: -
Beni. F. Young, .. Denliaro & Palmer Montictllo, k Gr E!.NCY----- I tho final suppression of the outbreak : : by-laws of rganfzation, showing or indicating

m.1r WI Beard A Denham, St. Mark. (J-- I i ramifications in various States of the WHITER.

J11 t01\l1.8\ : 9 Mr. James Filor Key West, Bank of Columbus, Ga. I [TIIIEU DF.SP.\Tcn.] Union. Also letters from different Individuals Gen. John Brown, ComiiKinder-ia-chicf

ANDSOLICITOR IN EQUITY, Messrs... Naught t Ormond, Tbomasville Atlanta, ("eu. I O. ADAMS CabMVM.. II. YOUC, Pr lIt.I BALTIMORE, Oct. 18, 8, P. :M.-The troops I I at the Noith. One from Fred Douglas wounded, amid will recover. .
MtKinnoo A Co.. ,
[7"ILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Cir August J. 14 N., 1858.:\ 33-ly I Cash Capital, __'_ $400,000 00. I reached Harper's Ferry about daylight, and : containing ten dollars ; one from a lady ; one Cpt. Oliver Brown-dead.: .
I of Florida and the Federal Courts.otHCK called upon the insurgents to surrender This from GERRY SMITH, about) money matters, Capt. Watson Brown-dead.

cUlt CAIX8VILI., AlACHCA COC TT.) HOGUE & AMAKER '"T HE above Agency will at ALL times l>e supplied rates ,I demand was refused and the marines forced and enclosing, a check or draft by him for one Capt. Hftson C. Stephens of Connelticnt
( AT I JL with on New York at current ;
REVERENCES: Also, on Columbus Exchange and Apalachicola. Bills discounted the door of the armory under a heavy fire hundred dollars, endorsed by the cashier of aNew -wounded badly ; has three bills in his body

("AI.,.. J. J. LCCAS, ) ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS I at current rates. Gold Coin for sale. from the insurgents wLk-Ii was returned by YOlk bank the name not recollected. and cnnnot possibly recover. V

<'ot.. J. D. AIIET, V Charlnton, S. C. .'.r LA.VV" I Office, (up stairs) over the Store of T. L. Bejton, the marines, who forced! an entrace at the AH these documents are in the possession of Lieut. Edwin Coppice, of 10V3unJiort.Lcut. .

....A'fa: A THOMPSON, ) formed a co-partnerbip in the practice of I Esq.. M. P. ELLIS Agent. point of the bayonet. In a few moments the Gov. Wise, who has issued his proclamation, Albert llazlftt, of. Pennsylvania

tilL JAMES S. Josss, TtllahatMe, Fla. HAVE::: and will attend to any professional business Tallahassee Dec. 1868. 49 conflict: was over. All the living insurgentswere offering one thousand dollars reward for tho dt'L'1.? -

June *.'bl.' 23WILLIAM entrusted to tbcir care. ---- A Card captured. The volunteers trit-d to shoot arrest of Coo (. Lanje. numbers of nrmed Lieut. 'm. Leeman, of Main-=dead. _

SCOTT D. P. IIOOUE..A. PERRY AMAKER. -0--- them. men are now scouring the mountains in pur. Capt.! John 1:. Cook, of Connctricut-es.

--May- 1.- 1858. -18--- E. L. T. BLAKE Ossawatomie Brown, of Kansas notoriety, suit of him. COOK took tea at his father in- caped. --

TOY: AY LMtf, FIRE INSURANCE. the United Slates Land Office with his son, were both sh ot, the latter dead, law's house, near the Ferry, on Monday night, Pu'vate Stewart Taylor, of Canada-dead..

MOXTICELLO, FLA1 -0-- Register f TALLAHASREK, FI.A., and the former dying. lIe talks fn'dlnd), only a few hours previous to the arrival ol the Private Wm. Chas.: Thompson, of .New.

July S0.185S. 30 tljao HARTFORD FIRE I INSURANCE COMPANY.1'lILXJX his services to act as AGETT for person says the whole! object} was to free the slaves. marines. It was reported on Tuesday morning : York-dead. .

----- ---- INSURANCE COMPANY, OFFERS to enter land in the State Land Office, Anderson, of Connecticut another of the that he was seen In the mountains, only Private Dolph Thompson of Now York

M. D. PAPY. HUGH ARCHER OF HAETVOED, CXXN and will attend to any business, in any of the State leaders, is killed. Three marines and several three miles off from this place. -dead. V .

----- $100,000 00. Offices at the Capitol. Charges!: reasonable, and in State tioops were shot: Two wagons: loaded with government arms Capt. John Sage, cf Ohio, raised in Virginia -

PAPY & ARCHER, Aggregate Capital, proportion to the time nnd labor llfsto"e,1.Maps l. Rtvta Among those murdered by the insurgents have! been} recovered. The Insurrectioiusts'\ -dead. j .
)f. P. ELLIS, AgentTallahasece of WEST or SITWAMIKE :
Townships several of the first of that section of did not rob the office, as at. first1reported. Jeremiah .Anderson of Indiana-
.ttona-oys; ; : : 1; Xu1LvTALLAhASSEE. : Dec. 4. 858. 49 furnished at from two to five dollars each in advance. are men pay. Lieut
FLORIDA. ---- ------- -- JanuatyZl6119. 4 the State.It There was a large amount money in It. .
MEDICAL NOTICE. -- -- - is feared that the insurrection has many Among the letters found in BROWN'S house, dead.Add to the above three previously: sent off

JuljO- l, 1859.-- -----28------ -- --0- .LJ&. :lEl"&J ramifications. The authorities of Baltimore, is the following, which is given as a specimen and making a total of seventeen wbies.EGRO" : .

FLOYD & HOLLAND, Dr. T. Hayward Willis. 0. TilE Washington and Alexandria, are all preparedfor : .

""Vlxn located in Jeffer oo county one half Farmers' &Exchange Bank any emergency, if it occurs. The ( ov- Dear Sir-I'' Have been disapp tinted in :i.
Attorneys at Law.WILL I 11-mile to the rear of Mrs. Braden's.on St. Augustine nors of Maryland and Virginia are taking! every not swingou ere this, to take charge of Dainzerfield Nevty, ofObuo,raised i in Virgina .
in tbe Circuit Conrts of Middle road, offers hi. Professional services to the eur- OF CII\RLESTO.\ I
practice I precautionary measure. height They have been here two : -drad. ; ,
( Wet Florida,and ia the Supreme Court rounding country.January EXCHANGE ON NEW YOm, NEW The much excited, and in. your I had providing of New York, railed \in South
the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni 8, 1S59. 2 SIGHT CHARLESTON, population arc wrcks, and as superintended Emperor
fed State,in the Northern District of Florida. \ AND sist that the prisoners should be tried by drum .: for them, it has imposed on me no small Carolina.-not wounded,a prisoner. lie was

&.J. FLOYD. Offlc Apalacbicola, Fla. iETNAINSURANCE FOR: SALE.A. head court martial. task. Besides they arc getting discontented, elected a member of Congress under the

D. P.HOLLAND, Office Quinej, Fla.Dec. Dec. 1833. DENIIAM 43 AgentTallabascc [FOURTH DISPATCH.] and if not takeu in charge soon, wilt go backto ,I Provisional Government, some time. since.
.!*. 855.\ be here of Ohio raised in Virginia
------ --- "' Missouri They cannot kept Levis Leery, .
---- \ ASII1NCTON. Oct. 18,V:30 P. M.-A company .
t. Ot HARTFORD.IhtBrporattd Ban.kof Florida much longer. If any of them go back it will dead.
TSilry Rutgers, State .of mounted men, under the authority of "
of land of Ohio raised! in Virginisnotwounded
It the President left Baltimore this afternoon to be a bad termination your enterprise. COJ ,

COMMISSION MERCHANT, in 1819.-Chatter Perpetual. TALLAHASSEE.OC pursue the fugitive; insurgents in any State or It appears that the insurrectionists had I I, a prisoner at Cl'arle.-town.! .
and by-laws for a Provisional Brown has nine wounds, :and none ofthcni
FLA. of the Union. The Dish Ict piinted constitution
TALLAHASSEE :::?- OFFICE RUTGERS' HUILUING. .41):() locality Attorney
Government of the United States.
--_.-- -- CAII CAP.'I'AL-SiooooOO. left here this evening to bring the prisoners to fatal.A.
advances thade oH Cotton or Tobacco EXCHANGE ON NEW TORK AND immediate trial. They had also issued commission';, from their bushel'of letters have been discovered

LIBERAL to his nude in: New York. INSURE AGAINST LOSS! !' AND DAMAGE BT FIKK, SmUT ORLEANS FOR SALE. Three hundred Virginia military arrived war office, near Harper's Ferry ; of which from all parts of the eO:1:: 11 tr,)". One from

SIGHT CHECKS OX NEW YORK FOR SALE, ONTKKMS AND CONSISTENT' :ADAPTF.nTO: WITH TIlE THELAWbOK IIAZAKU I WM. BAILEY, PresiJent. here from Richmond this evening but found the following; is a specimen : (ierrilt Smith informs Brown ofinooy being

iit pnrcJiattr COMl'tNSATlON.::! W. R PETTES, Cashier. their services .. \Vhtm a.aV.. 11. LKEMIN has been nominated deposited in the Bunk of New York, to tho
In amount to *> orders to return not being nee
March 12. 1869. 11 B. C. LEWIS: Agent I __ February I 9, 1 8119, ___ 8__ _____ ded. The most energetic measures are on Captain of tim Army established under credit of J. Smith &: Sons. It appears to be
For Tallanastte aud vicinity. and all involved the Provisional Government ; now, therefore, one ol many, informing him! from timo to
foot to ferret out parties -
E. C. Cabell August 13, IBS'?. S3 BLACK- MITHING vested in the received.
I in the insurrection. Quiet is restored. in pursuance of authorty me by time, as money was
"[UE SUBSCRIBER gives said Constitution, we do hereby appoint and ___.
to r.ey'w: ; McClellan his.l4- -
-a.t; ; Yfmgfc &
1. tice that he bas opened i WI I[:FIFTH DISP.trCIt.JBALTIMORE ] commission the said LKF.MAV, Captain. How TECI'MSCM WAS ItfLl.CD.-TImC Western .

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. A11orn.cys; ; a1; IsLW, I ?_with BLACKSMITH his LIVERY STABLES.SHOP again where: in he will : October 19, 12:30 A. \J.-l11" Given at the office of the Secretary of Christian Advocate ofjaat week contains!

January 8, 1859. 2 -- raACnCS in ALL THE COURTS or WEST 'WklDA.OFFIcE I Lave connection done all kinds of Plantation and Carriage worV. dying confessions of some of the insurgentsstate War, on the fifteenth! of October: ; 1859. an obituary notice by Itr:, Wright, of the

WILLIAM S. DILWORTJI, AT PEXSACOLA: D MAHIAXNA.C. ; I -ALSO0HORSE that Ossawatomie brown and some 6thers "JOHN BROWN. Coin'r in.IJic1 Indiana Methodist Hg| iseopil: Church, of hue

C. YOSGK. ren..J. F. McCLELLAN, Mtriauna the best manner; I concocted the affair mOIlls ago, and hired II. Kcvs, Secretary of War." I Hamblin, Sr., who died at Jiis residence, near

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, January 8, 18119. $ --- 1 ill SHOEING use every in endeavor very to have work a farm in the vicinity of Harper's several Ferry, having Annexed is a copy of tho anomiyynous let Hloomfield, Indiana, a few months since aged

MONTICELLO FLORIDA. --- -- :e with dispatch, and to suit customer I gathered around him impoverishedK ter addressed to Mr. FLOYD, Secretary of about! eighty-six jearg. Mr. Hamblin was p.
Ellis & Co B. BROKAW. discontents and fanatics. A plan was
Orlop P:
in the Court of tbe Middle Cir tnsas War, at Washington : Ira, of deep piety and unquestionable! verac
VITILL practice Oa January: 1, 1859.:\ 1 _ bid to seize the armory, hoping thus to induce haltf time Thames
f Ycuit,and Thorns and Lowodea County, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN __ of the slaves in theneighboring CINCINNATI, August 20.-Sir: I have ity. lie \\:1& in 11.0

March 11!. 1856. 12-lj_--_ HARDWARE, FINE CUTLER, Liverv and Sale Stable a concentration counties of Vi'gir.ia and Maryland |I i recently received information of a movementof nnd tl.e writer give t'u: following luiatato-

PISTOLS, 4c., 40("., such great importance, that I feel it a dutyto ment in regard to t. maa.ttr: iu which' Te-
CALLAWAY GUNS, undersigned and ignite a general and wide-spread
J. M. New York. Tll tice, that he giYl/SlJo-k impart it to you without delay. I have cams h was ki'.lV.He .
217 Pearl-Street insurrection.It .
GROCER & COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. ROBERT ELLIS. _ chased the Livery that the insurgents discovered the existence of a secret association says h. was st-inding: hat a few feet
stated ,
AJl.u' LTVELT.f MAX A. ORLOPP. JR. '\\illiam 11.Newsom,inTaliahasseetogetherlvith the was on Sunday having for it) object} the liberation of the (rum Col. Johnson when bo fell, and in 'full(
Two Dooks non THOMAS P. ELLIS. good will of tie establishment, and that be is now would be reinforced by l."XX men.- slaves at the_South by a general insurrection.I ,'ieand saw tlu .whole of that part of the V
fre.1t'L all its branches.,
and receiving the business and employeeswere
band Ini'plie. to on citizens government
on 4 prepared carry Many .
JOHX battle. He well acquainted Tipcumteh
Grooeerit'8.o Janucry22.1859. with accommodation The leader of this movement is old : wcs
aud Family the
of provuiooa ---- --- and promises public forced out of town, on Sunday night by
to fill orders from terms. late of Kansas who has been to having seen hitn heiore the war,and bay.
reasonable BROWN
pains: pared in electing good Hamlen in his Hue on armed of whites and blacks, who ,
the country, and at the lowe't market price Country Nathaniel I RICHARD SAUNDERS. squads the of Canada during the past winter, drilling ne. ing been a prisoner nerenteen days. ,nd received -

produce and all otber good cocaigued to me for COMMISSION MERCHANT, I Sep. 6, 1856 36 spread the alarm causing assemblage who arc only waiting his word to start many a euniog"from.him.. lift thinks
itizen of u -- in the gros
The I armed citizens military neighboring .
Cute will receive prompt attention. Orleans. V V South and assist tho slaves. TheyImave that Tecumseli,.thougLt! Johnson was Harrison
IOliclted to St., Nt* BrtOKAW'S.IIYERY tor the
Tallahuste aDd vicinity are rl'sppctru11J No. 38 Pojdras P. B. I towns. This movement alarmed the negros, he beard the Chief that
often year
of their }leaders white man, in an as
un I '" ane. Every and price article mJ warranted goode before to be purchaEngehiebere. AI represented REFERS TOExGoY. -- -0- AND SALE STABLES: who may have intended joining the insur- armory one in Maryland, although where" it is situated he would have II a rriiOh",_scalp, and seemed to

E. Broooae I gents. enabled to learn As soon have a special hatred toward) hiioJohnson's
to the purchaser. James Tallahassee, Fla TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. afforded facility I am not '
__April 16,_':!:.. ____ _16 ___-__ Gen. R- A. Shine, )f '1HE Proprietor would inform The for railroad the companies of the every, and as everything Is ready, a number of negros horse fell under him, bo j lmsclf being 'also! V
transportation troops
, A. R Noyes, Eq-, ) jrewrort ha.B. .1 his friends and the who are now in the Northern States antiCanada deeply wounded. In L.J..n,..,lost biaaword..
A. PEELER'S, .. M.Speneer E.q. f I S .-public, that be has rebuilt bis_____ before the rioters were aware of it, every out. will Sodtbj in small detachments his large pistols svsrc; empty, dnf ho was en.
FU.Gen. come
OFFICE John J. Snelling, Quincy, old stanl, and i, now let of the town was guarded, amid the insurrectionists "
LAW & COLLECTION FU. Brick Stables, at with his ho slii g'ound. Teconaseh -
I Wm. Bailey, Jefferson eoonty, ; arge to their rendezvous; which is m themountains tangled tic on. ,
and customerslie V
FlAoRustu. *. prepared to accommodate his friend completely penned op. had fired biB riila him ,and when
., Madison will down at ,
TALLAHASSE, J. O Putnam. attached to hi. Stable: ,a good Blacksmith I I of theAbolitionists Virginia, pass
bas movement
Fla. I also Previous to portion
1 \7ILL Practice in the Circuit Court*of Oadsden, Steele E q, Cedar Keys. Fla. where he will have have done all kiodsofPlaotatin through Pennsylvania and Maryland, and he saw bun fall, he threw:; down his gao and V V
Shop had effected
) Leon. WnkulU, Jefferson and ladisand DaSiel BeW. q., hamilton county work Horse shoeing,and Carrisgwork ia a stampede among enter Virginia at Harper's Ferry bounded for 'IIJd like. tier; sure of bis prey.
attend the collection of notea and noeouuts I Ed. Retnfngton, Es4.. >-rbomasTille. Geo. alJ di.pitch. the negroes of the neighboring farms, forcing .
e promptly to the very beat manner and with promptness BROwN left the North thr. e or fo'ir weeks Johnson bad only a tide bistol ready'" for UM\
)r will. Others I
Eq. their conveyed -
said Counties. Ed.Seim* them '
, in any lie, Gco.K away against strike blow! i He aimed at die Chie'ofcr (he bead of his
Duneanvt the end
the door of tbe J. Marsh. Ks :3T Office in the Capitol,opposite I Jack November 1853. 4* Government arms and ammunition to ago.
e Attorney'* Central office. .,. JO. 185B. *t i _____ ___ n --- -- -- Arid ar6 a bo said tohave in a few ,weeks so that whatever is done to horse, and shot him ecu the centre of the
I distant places
biding ,
" }'cb.117,1858.!' 1Mf and Harness, to their prowling*, mod be doneat fi ehad. When ibo baa struck, it seem to.
CO Buggies a
& Carriages, the office of the Government put stop
LAWTON ; plundered Pay (
. M. Indian! with lib head full
WM. of bun that the jammed
have arms ;
a large quantity
once. They
Brokaw. I dollars.
P. B. : thousand
FIRE INSURANCE For Sale by of fifteen or twenty
i OTOPtS ; military at their! rendezvous' and: are probably distributing fifteen f-etinto the air., As s joft a) he:struek-
F the -
I Subscriber baa just'received I About dusk Monday: night,
lUTE FIRE AJiD URINE ISSIRAXCE CO.PENNSYLVANIA. CHAUI.KSTOX, S. C. /IMIE. JL lirze npply .Carriages, I' attacked the town from them already. I am flIt fully io tbe ground, a little Frenchman ran. J.i.t buyonet -,
very simultaneously .
. WM WAINWRIOHT M.. LAWTON.R IUCOTWINBORN .. Buggies, and Harneaa.which b. offers four difl'erentpoints, and drove the insurgentsinto their confidence, and this is all the information into" him and pinned. ._him fist.. to': tbo

11. I XSURE agaiust bee by Fire on the usual term : LAWTON, Je. for rule en the most reasonable term. tho armory enclcure for refuge. The i i I caa :give you. I dare not sigma myl'.V .rIOtlI1J. .l,!
F. II. FLAGG Agent -3m I Xovcwl-cr 18. 18114. 46 ;
. T"I'-faneo. PO1'nIbcr 18, 1858. 51 Aug.?t), 1J39.! '


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l ;they; may be, bare a degree of importance and TItle I... ElectUo. I BY TEgGRAPH.LATER A Voice from hhZaa.cbUU11 I r with lila bones and ebertak Us maay i vtitaaf wkjk fcod ., I

I : ; Dian & journal. weight which they CUD obtain in no other way I By the" addition ot the counties of Orange and 'fleet Etai-l old Fe'i'.tiI" atioul !nte'lginc". cmezr.branc.-TbIrSse.. .

; : r I and while ,.s1muuidte-s.umagthr. l.n-t rwrnn tI in Volnsia, our election tulle is now complete with I FUOM EUROPE.. Las teen counselhtlg time W/iifrs/ of the North : Raolvtd That wfttle'tre'arneiit the lot of oar txto'4 I IBptttMu

I .,. 1 jri e world U predict Anything like ncl sLum 10 : tile cx..I.Liul l of hre"ard a..d Dude. In the hitter I Icounty 8oith nitanct cooperating I itk tl'O Dcmt'rA() brother and 110(17 .with lets l-ereared tod
: ; the tfnK .f all zfcCV IIDdJ ..am'cfeJ' Cunilr and tender them tar siiftere cntdotente,
.f .
bbs StAle or the security' mir ARRIVAL OF TII IAfl.ON f. *ibsw
I there wa lrow-1.II! mum election I eld, < dtfrtltt I!.. Bloc! R. uUrHr'; 21Jtustt.: ( wpl
T.\LLAnAIIKE : ipeopU in the ei' 'ymeat of their Loiuec a ad. the | WI.I"I : [ la hamMo faVnlnsinii I* the pf lr* 1< ) .
peaceful possession of their properties of whaleter iu the former theute wt \trymsr.- ; nhvjam.gam1es z:1 JlJlcr.,.Y"'a1..ttt sad ; '12If Jaor4, That a pee rf our rpeord wl\ igl., iwtmo.Bta .
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38. kind they ay be, yet it u mUtt be adauitled Hut 20 or 30 all 1 toU.Coirr ,:pnn"l t. Ii til.Iggtry, tyritij; ') 11.e ::'. iv.nouttrrnees ; cf oar rriptct. be detested to 1u'm!nv>rr'. ,
H1t-::.T OC'I'ODBB to I'
.. the election Seward woubl act as a IlCtw..rftll| tr i cf tl.e ens: I 81 l."c.cGu.l" That no a taken d'mu'rreg'dI ,. "'e"I
: ':; : =- J *'Ir.lSocun JCSTICTS. laHKiyf-frr, .
iir. of llieBromi lie IbrjLe m miry r.f *nr tri her. ae wIlt wear
'C&II tatiifn lending I ii"t
:xo 2.LtPIEN rtair.p. PN\I-T. ,: ;-"Ti.-r'in'"P T;.. do re.'tl.Cn., "b the e,11'r-. ,.r tie 1 .
\ritov I.CDCI, FAmica O : /tl. not .
4, .rJor-rnn in IIi. cit i 111I in.hr\nu over 2 "''ir (ni' \T-.uart!' .- f r ll:lr j t a .

'r.' rfit ...livtiluiirepi'i.rmettigJ, : A :i !Br..n.IaI.1 i l tl, -)ittit.1itC! > quite n'l' mourn i .r bint 'st f 1710L'! I I I I LI,11J I .1 Iii Saxon totmehe- muff tiie( f.tiat today SI 1 c IKcgsLirerpoeldaie : 'I Ii.t> i:.';"'. <''. We l h Ii Ae' fu'! rr ..-,./ '. ;Vii,' won'. '!..] : .. r.c:1-t, Tlit' Ii cn'vt; the> rc uliitinc< t"\r.t vt >

c.r 11a L 1.. ,.t''SJ'O .: iw I.n"" n..n Ib;. AA r"r. C.ii.f a. liiun fui'tii: ia th' (n'lItIf the lot K. ttl Kth ir-t f.iji.v1f! puMuaristi *'i.mM! iier J tl.ecwiiiasr ?>" _' nS...f tb-.!.,,.,..; sad fh:' ther be psCUarloij'us :" ed la I ..,
COMMERCIAL NCVAIJttrj t,, thinf. re. for the HCCCCM of the, de-roe::c.-j ill and tI\ oho Son'u.m ChriSan .
: B TATL02, Ct1cSTID. I : = ; i Tsflaha-see i's"rs A.t .
o.Ioobt'r t 1 t'. ftf>ft'try y ra tfm Ii Iiurnl.f Ttiiis .1. .o.i.*..t"lIh..J''prrtJ c ','11:11 tl.'t North O'I t IJ \ a" ml c I. :. t a. I 0 I ol CuUan: JfarH't.Th.? vales of cot?..!. for eleeii.I and belie in i'. But wut! ate I Soul'j Cinlins.j. :

--. ci>:. .-. the 'ut"olltLre..k \\ltti I i." di. i ; ;_ _._ _:. I t414 IL! =_.-_? I I I liii w "-rt john ..{Tit'e r\atlv I o) the CTOJi't'.t! ro\r It K. W. tlStlEE. f C "-.
Her. Dr. U kr. bo Im-t cli. lug BUik Rip.iUiiMi. Tbe (',. (0 the iiuiikalefiuil 2II' .. 'i I9jretar.t ... of which I'oec.i'at.i-j t ) Or 2.> 10an 1 exporter* C GrtO i.ai.iml !t
t1.t t.tl pre ---ij-: : s. ;! 1 I II bale Hie trttli I II ;.'ald I I.\ i'!, and it tviii i.t' to lIgb. It will: l -
ia-.rV.it firm. -
) l couf."r.!ali.G Turinj) tl.l r.bnt I oft'ie! iithtr and in m I 1mw of tl.i nu leuwblet'u tathouni;:. a' ----------t.i..t;. .(, ?iJ .4d. Ima: I I.&I::::>:::: j diimnd but iio artunl wits adnTJe. -'-' -sun auJ.prre.l Jlidulirigq1 .hrI.\ I l-, tl'ow ho rerarul rif.;m'ilc.nrn i! .

v,>k. ,!U1! CoUte _gin ;in BJ]'tut CI.lllh the 'Soiitliein ni Hd. ulnadj. \rited at the I ("a". I 1'II..i. ...! itt tOIl 1..... ...1.... 1 I, :fii'tie: *. some ire Iranced II II a. l1e! wur i ol, t'\'II. ; iidircrtly ly, t',i>v \!.. thirtt'l. : SIJip t1rro,.

t.t (tntImbia; 20'1' 01 bt ems, .M n:...t tFusnuiuia III ,, say sir a liHr.r* m.ftlmwmuritm' it. \::'i.i>! r;.t-letc __ _. _
tJ.i f'iy :-"r ', the usual biar f"r Diilt \Mikid erus.ide uii id I tiK>n their rights will not D..I.. .!.... . .. .. .26"1'...!...,........... &'iuleofTra.le. M an t'I"r AJrit' were B'ifa- ; rltes in d. iiI: it. ar'.cr -- --- --
r thetu 1 (
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longer I"entate too! tV the r.isrliitf fillip in thefiuc.Tbe i U... I. 11,1, J :,. .tJ1 HI I -I :'. :: \urable. all o,!jiblits lmaece1giity: : Jcclibrd toiuc II' heating : i I POUT OF ST. MA UK'S.AKRIYU .
e. attt'iitli !
.J.Frastin t'r Thtnvlen it his ? fflfrriaei -
g'f : mc gus : t9mu'! ', i.9. 2 3 11M tnen--tire ,
-_ 8. result of the iiexlPieiiIeiitulileit>nii v. ill tot- I I I...:..I' 13' met: r.1.:; ..., est,: I... ..1 Case f-ly J fi.r fume yarn. :t. ar.l tet-tiounlii'iii is
New Advertl"'cmtnt< I. UII.I..I.. 1-.8 :n41 l'2' fCI' :ta i-n. Ii-I I-Lh t I' I of .. .IIJ vl ; *.
i. tie: the fate (.C the UUIHIL. If Jev-irJ, ulu e tWtrtues I : .:. 49 mid ll c ;l.cJrt *: m 11'4' tit ty

rr.M il"Rl t.A Rood ,pin nutu>:i a r*referred have ent.our.igid and led to this .1*...:ull UK>II item I" ".... 1'7i?), hutS g-:, mimi-is:, hil'11.1' 2i9'12.1 tIm ca. t Ii S l.-.I.U'1 H I IitenuI. I GENEPvAL NEWS. I II.o\l.n.-in L tj,.-Ie'? defeat mu n-lol si-tm '*-:Ifll; I (). !! -Sc"r. X7iM. h'igc'on. cTL'ary.S_ Orleao

t' tbe of Mefi R.c..ard-on end i I hI.thi.io.r.. m"tt I tu m.eii 1 s ime r1 1. o;: 4sJt..tuiea. 1 The d." mllr! Nova ScotLrn rf.iehcd Lee ri aol : 1.e q.ute; tim to form i.mn a j i-i an 1 r .tu>-u.l bi1 A T<.! tfrltl'm.It cud f Vu t'luil! l Uilmii "I mll .." Sew'i.t.
... .
I ttttlue.It.e h..pp.ne > rtillil. : -52 ii.I: a : e I....I rn tie 12th. I 1 '. a in ,.iiii puty oip: ; ML\RED.
!" il another t01"mn The itnnn*ightMri .. the of the While the Jak.ufl. imi :.;; rm-. &'G, .ur. 'X"'. l4. !:, I :i.f"If'rt i .
lll.a"l' ;
ru 1,1lce. : i.ext ixiilijiJi; IX' IIIII T> Great Eitfern has rencIie-1 U..1stf'.t.l.n ,ree more ici r, Xoitli cnJ Sooth! v bot u.nglit toettite.
:1 ii I .
:: : roo' .
: 1' .
lr.:1 t: t. : Ort .-? Ccn. fca'ler, .tb eli bales.coUoa 49 bates!
wJ 'll'r4 there i. gi
., Mi of alinot cry Taii.ty Loin I U. Oil tJ I;' dmS U" 4:1 tel, 1.me : 1 Tit -',.t'.l TI.ref i; !.>t.i<> d..r.Lt, : .' her l,'avTh1 > .".I..C the wl Lu1. (.vurtrvhati v> r .b et rncej I tumsvn "i'.S 745 bales cotton SO las ;arc, 4;
lit f.61. a ,,: I tim' ;; mi It t.):, 21 = .. : .. ". ,11M. and S trrntn.KU2C .
I *
i i hm F.nglaum.I II.il .1..n. and -heckit le\5L Th, ." who ,ek f..r priscit
eta be- )-rired.1ftUy and with very 1111.: trouble.It ) The ;icw Yt.rk "I'rr""I".nJ..It of the New Orleans Lit.crIV, ::?, r .; i-I 421 a 41 II j : ( -Larli CRusty. Vri &nn, t>r New Tork. with
i IuJ.s.ie. !I t III' t!: ii' cmi n! til I !' 41).tau.te pe-ice nc-gtiittioa, 1:.ire nl\e lii:' "i.iltf rrogre n: J |.TM>r..:Itljetta: v.i'l i 1 (.;'.' one desirable ;
I:r. location. Picayune state that at the r... cut n-eetir.; 4.f the 1 ., ; I' th III II :1..1 I It, !01 .... **. I| w't.o sick 01.ithe 'r-t h.ret'a: cf t'.e' Un'i! tr..nms.

tw r*. th L'eriFment.()lr. D. B. llepintii**. nntif'atery i r
WJi-ti.JTB valuable Uri k Dwelling ll(uie for t'cf for the lest teeny 10 shou tint the Mile gi cs no I Z'.eu.au. 11:6 15 VJ 111. lust Ct .... ..: .. '. nreonnt ofthe difll ilti., tint r..main n,u.:j 1,10"1. I II I* iiM>.ilrr.(fi' (luriiiCti! i. own pc"I"r..Il''I, will jn r IN PORt

Arar. thin for fiiedc1. trw 1t.ver.; ft 40 i lotI! ItO 2-tO: Cl IC1nancy. 3, 4 Thej' were (oa,iJere.l doubtful wise time tie.iU. : "'': miother. An 'rjtjHini.t n.' tn I UI nefieial nark II L r.u'Il''tySon. tlJadtacI
"portrrity 1" cuiiDg / 1"1..11."I.r .. ... ... .. .
I warrant ti .Jllf'I"In otWr v e' u ( I M t p p. t | was :irned. efittlHe. rnit ,'.1. n.1 I;iaroemme.mm! t!I.e tion. Atprurrt I r.r.jt \. llopkm MurraY

ji: ;- .. r.1'a"'It I jxjrtion cf the <.ity.Thi mile thirt the Bib'e i, (.11... At the head I i'utnsni I I'l "i t. tnt 1Ht 19..1 I 1... II A P.tii .l,' thud the ..t..tlIi t :i ntch to of ncc-- I Iria; ; E. l>mmKtnnSmllk, :
.. : toprme : iau.ta 1,1: !t :l1 It.f, 2:11 Dt 11.1, 2 ... .. j eorrof jion lit fats attrilmtal I project fuMi i:: hopeless I.nc ten. T. Ward. Pr.ntsVfgJ
:'(iii'n of our lr thren! of ftetis dr : I ..f tbUinntetmnt ar" H.,.. HerryT.C3m" ter. Btt-tli- SL.I.oID" 2J! 2'. 243 41' 4iI..i.. ...: I .IP tn tic AII-lri.l1l such Vi.1:1!1 <..l hut who I c<**, iit-iie\ou- if tnc.t3-.fk.1!. It" mtI.I gait i ) roI I O. -\n.le"'A, Kfc e, .
i I II\' .... a 1t3! tt 8''...!... .. .. I' I in t'. _..
.titi to il win Fmniceto their I ifi-ion at II.eIII. It iciiid net rirg "
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& a tr Il'l.dtr.Inl n. I;. "oeetnun, of ai;rey.Mi i:: ( 1::. i-ta mimi M.12 i 4 5ayow --- -
I I ImIwruiief I j tiew*. V. idle nt time f:rue time, t'ley! are pnpiriigfor i I U "f republ\'ini-n; at time North. Such an
ir cc Foujidry. Frcu ear'sexj'wiM.j.e ': ; in. pmLi 2.5 It .. I' .... $: CCuUsia i opponei CommerciaL
: trjt TyP ir.mj I ?!.. nhoi'iiou I ufl trial tl f..rt a hutch council I f\j ;mu J si: t:.: .;...,,.. ... coalition "pun..t l her in Germany. I I 'oppo-ilioii' n..\1 1,1 le .ml\ piibiicutii-tni m.lir ,

we tll rnfJ"l(1); rrctnit ml that e- f"r the fullowiig triflm; m.J.! m'nn'r: TIle I Vai..n! I h, 24"1 8 I 119 2'J 2.t, I I itt I 9... Tie neerno'stweml i .>f the Great E'.>'ern f-"m .' an..1 h'r Int.: It 01,1.1, le i.ier tecti.-ralism; --- ------. ----.r ------

tat lIueI.t; to the j' nllge ( the fmt.rnily.Ti .- .i publicutuui of an Ullt 1.I.j til\lIal.d rneloiietl feinihilet | .. WalolI"tumn.gnn, 9" i 2119 G1 :0." 13t1r t:6I 221t.V IW.. ..9'I....2::. .Z'4l.unlklI2 '! Portland t.> Iloitiioad w..liu1. over fiirt.i."'t"uts I I audi its Uiut.iih.ou'; ; lle l'hucuummon Ji'.'o r. I T.\LL"IJ'.l' 1IT.UIZET.

.' m teriuls they fnrruh .r. JmaVe: and well ; nulliuc' f.'st'T>'pre 'matK>n*to M Th utol rhnreh I j :" )&J111 6nolzgl.foJ r IC.amcrnrLtuotc b6, :, an In ur. The, Paddle rensisl ter.nrd tl.e s<.rew I I I I Tattaussata OCT. 83, 1S59.

thirty.eljj'it: rert.lutlor s minute. ThepriSMirenponlirr I I! COTTON fwr the h.t wrek advanced f.t ra \ tF....
finis aeJ and the per
rr.pri toll 411'e aiconniKnlatingnl in orJt'r'to hurry it iutocWinjra bargain boirow tjf The Piranch Railroad, fi-om the Pen. it. (iso.Rmae.t .
in the execution-of order. We hate | : : boileras twenty "'II:41 l*. a little over I II to 1'hHi..1t"c are infortne I "i.1 I I le (,'In. I I crlpts for be week 4S) baU Our quotations to day see
ponipt !ling u tliirt ai.d not returuing it. sermon ctealug. I.nlf of her !
j ; .
capue'ly. 9V O K"4 et*
Chief Juslioc Dul'on' 43l I theiiest tflturday and BH-. ihtt the depot -
I.Ml'd by :
.'wayi fyucd it a plea-'nre t,. deal i.li them. : and adieriirin for a wife while.ii third one we The erenle.t pi'..,l 'ie nifl.lera> rvi f.irlccn: i| l"liIJil1g't'i11I.e nearly f5i,ished by the 1IIIE 4. COIX5. .ttMt Breken

-r Wright 3.0 6 r.n,1,1 .1 1;n\f\ kin>ts, or nearly ''Hnt.'( u.ili'sptr !hour very
still 1.iug.: A .a ret set ctrtuhlv.. same time. fro W ll. Andre"'llu received the -----
Tb Insurrection *t I ,' The weather
Harper' Ferry. Baltztll 2,744AeocietttFt'ru itl ftoamnnJ cnnvus. t\u u.illy.
I! appointment of Railroad Agent and Ins already entered -
By the prompt exertions cf the President and ..f S..me .f the pi> en "r4 snv t'ut! the well caused of his dntie I 11rlu bbrrtisrmrnt
i I tire discharge Qnite ft
Time Oppoalllon Pony of the Frontier Sf.lte.DrU"'n .I ard, f.,8'14Wmulkcr her 'hut -ollurs that her motion upon
to pitch was
the State Authorities of Virginia, the IlarpvrV Perry ; say number vicar load of cotton here cn-J\ passed -.
Into AbolltlonUm.No -
1 6I OI
outbreak Las been Enccenfully fuppr-*$'. The very Ugtit :IAbDITIONAL i Over the IJrnneh audit i il thought bj lIMn,. tl:r.t --- -- -- -

; one. the Charleston Jfefcnrtwho lias I Tonge.Hopne. 2tl14 l.urin.ril! be carried tIer For Sale
says | an iinmenm on upon
<]lerpatch published on ths first page of this d.ii'spip I II7OMIIAPflIIS F't.r.RY. ,
watched the of the ,tio-i Virgin 1,233 .Ii road the preeent winter. We are not good at ,
lour-e Oppo pnrtjMn r urI
'r tJiow how the thing h.is been duie, mid the '\YA3iir (\.. S2. A f the i rpHF HOrSE AND LOT 1 I NOTV I:1: :
!.i and other frontier tit tot must hte Hull.ud, c2l I IMCCl1n14 GTi>x, nun vis "en near I making prediction. (a* eTideiuc the re u t > J
number killed a* well of the insurgent as of the I pcrcened Climnmi.mru-luttrg} y-enlny( *iij'p>ised tr> I Il' the Incur Jitdicial elect ionbtit) It is nor opinion; that time Mentieello I OClTry.Od. ii.

cU'tZt-us and miliUry.Ve cannot but.t.. ink it a their Heady drifting to r.'I"1:t'oii-in. A 619McD.rnld gett. Cook ; \\tf was arrested nt Cailiile n'loi.t roon ; I I Branch, will be tke beat pacing road eon !!. '69 U D R MEGINNISS.PlantationiiiWakulla .

party whith could comiifrd Hun John J.L Bt'tt. SIr he i it (., iilpnth. p .',";.rrite fellOW, an.! -vf "f the .' eidering its length in the entire country. -.-- -- ---- -
m'furtone that of the rebels shot i
so many were caiutt be tirfiom anitreo.iaiiuti with Horace Greeley. From there return. It will be seen that Judge C-\n?. lint it is thought that!, it ic .otc .l. lIe was i i B\ lime by. Xv e do not think it wctild be out Co.

d *.!. HDce so few are in cons.'qjcnce Irft tole I I Yet the fjcUclc was cx'iibtttd! in lie_ bite' I, DuTot:!'s iiinjority over Wright !i. 1,176 and oierBiltzell .nl1l1il..o1 for fi'rtlivr( IX'Iminllli.'n. i i I rf place fur our citizen to make son:e demonstra- I

bii-g. Shooting ii c.int..drrcd ioU honorable dtclianJ : Time C"l,vr(-l mill:rrv coinj-mv w'a",Kennel: So day I II tico gratification at the eompliticn of the nn l.on for Sale. .

i. therefore too good f r such "r.ottll..p. eltction in Virginia of this very part arraignir : 1.4S7. Jud.e Wright lend* Judge Ballz.II! : in Fl>il.i
The report of District Attortny Quid to the Pres I Mr. Lttchtr before the l people as unrfluble on the 311 rotes. The entire tote for Chief Juslh..e is i count of the 1".'rry"uff.nr_. I II Family .l ritn 22 tnxtar.t. I lotion is offered fur sale, shunted 9 miles \'>!t

mutter of outliein slut'ery. AppaTenllv both parties Iit3iX I < --- of New Port and only 7 miles: from Capt Walker'
iJ*=t I. worthy of reproduction. It is a* f'llowe: LATER FftO'ImTCXA2.Ncw i I Great Liiek.IIANDSOMC .
io Virginia re extieiire in their dtrolion) to We aloO give the rote on the Annexation qi'estion. I'' I Fishery at Shell Point where fish and ojsters can be

lUtTEB FCIRT. Oct. 18. ISit'. the ini-tiiutioii of The bumpier U not inserted in the taihefor tin* OFIE-, Oct. 24 Advices" (mm G.Ire9on I I BKITSS roR INMiTMlNTS IN WOOD, nattY ace had any time during the rear. Time tract contains

To Ml Excelleney th. PncsiDi.\T of the United Sta OK I si.wei-y. consequence 90'11II I I that rote returned this I to the 20th mat, Mute hit the yellow Fever at that :H 10TTEK1L8. I 92. tides "uore or les. of as good land as can be

the Op.p<>sttTon party obtained a considerable ace4 reajoa no was on questionb place i'ontinno nu:iliated. Snn Franei co, Cul, Aug. 20th. 1859. 1 funnel in the It.unty. about 800( of which are cleared
is Th're five I I I I
Every thing quiet are only rl'i.tO- fiom D. G six thousand
ners, three wounded and two unhurt. Six cuiieiis Received P /t'ner, twohuiiiVed
it It Annexation. X. Annexation.T1)uvai. i Vita Th.rti had nttacied the IndiMiis r.earCuncho Huusc and all rece sa y ont bofljings. includirjj! Gin
lure been killed and one marine. All the citizens was bjpocrisy. was largely a party move ar.d fifty dollnrc ill payment of Prize Ticket
liter. He .i n to Imve |h.4 in the IIouv. Screw and Negro Cabms A
were killed outside the limits ..f the United States The RichmondViuhg now openly comes out and 6 411 I ported forty men No. 470H. in Wool. Eddy i Co.'s Lottery. being bad good bargain
utUuk anti kilk-J one hnndri ] lodidni. can be in the porch'an of this plantation and no
in The marine or.ei.l>tU of the Prize of fSO.tKK), senttl.roti'h I
tenitory Virginia. w* mortally recommends the Southern Opposition members of Franklin 81 150 1 1 im take. Any further information van be had
voanded within it. I hare seen O-L Lee, but not our house for collection. byacdreii
Congress affiliate with the abolitionists in the Gad (". Wie Only nineteen persons were engagedin WELLS
the matter. of whom five were free negroes fr.m election d the officers of the House of Representa Jackson. 868 203 NEW Ortr\\ Oct. 24.-The Slaenzire Street A EETrtX fOB J2.30 ITESr.D.'I P. O, Wakulla county" Florida.
T. J. M.
lbs North. Brown lias been living a few miles tires: and this is only the prelude to the Presidential Jefferson, 8 4j2 Market, tngethrr with fotmrmqunresadjuuininp- I RICHARDSON.
San Francicof Aug. MtS, 1S89. j THOMAS KOSS.
destroyed fire last night The lo estimated
from here in Marx land since June lat Hi premises election. Some members from the frontier Leon 6nI *I
.'ere searched to.day. .nd fifteen hundred pike at.lliO.CO. 'I Received from D. D. Oassner, twelve thousand ;, October 29, 1859. 44

and two hun.1rruo.* found. be-idcs flint*, axes. States, we hare little d'u'Lt. *ill follow its counsels.Thoe Alnchin 11 622 fire hundred dollars being for ooe'qtl.1rtt'r of *Si').-

blanketsclothing &..In abundance. Brown says I from the cotton States will however we I Columbia ) 26SI ( ANOTHER IX5.URGEXT ARREsTEO.: 000, the Capital Prize in ClAw 2P. of Wood. Eddy I fteto

he h"*coo plnted this movement since 18. 6. All think. decline a policy so fatal to their sectioa of I 11:1Jlon.: 9 ..116I' CRLISIE, PA., Oct. 23.-A man tia arredted'hereyesterday. I 1. Co.'s Lottery, lent through us for collection. Jo1'kIjpe foqy.

of hit part are either killed or captured exetptonc the Union. We are cf the opinion hotrerer that Suwannee, 0 167 "'ho, gne lii" name William IInrri'oll.I WELLS FARGO CO.

trhtileflon Minday. Ihej mere driven I'J' the I' :lie ,'i1Il'rol.aI.ILe brouglit out to mortoT oa a tax arsriT or f j KVESTTP.Sacramento .
northern anti-I.ecomptonitev, duo hare already to Calhoun 47 68 CHAS. T. WHITE &
Virgitiians into the armory and there CoL Lee und I : writ of Iia Lea. corpus. All!. 29. 1359. CO,
twelve runrioes did the Imlauce All the slaves en- some extent coalesced with the Black Republican : Holme*, 65 28 I 83 &e 65 Bookman Street,

gaged. if any were forted None of the persons will again go offin the election of a bluck Republican \\Walton 29 ::ci I I D. D. GASSMH, Esg.-TJeir Sir The petiod having -
I The Latest from Harper's FerrT.'n.nl'n' arrived when I promised to decide if I wonld HATO ox HA.IB At isirxpAsszo AMoanttxr

1eld'L the buVlJing, Brown stormed were ushtirt by the although marinos. nil The were books in I Speaker, either by voting directly for one, or bj ".J.u1111. S 181 I Finer Oct 2f>.-In
and rs of Brown are secured which throw con toting fur a plurality election in order to )let the i :. Johns, ft 211Putnam. i tenliyin the pre-enee of ** nator Mason ile... one-halflhf Capital rile in Class 28, Ticket

siderably pap light on the moveQient. Strange it i i.. I Black Republican succeed. This is the probnbility 1Mut.oI'lY. { Faulkner and YII1Iandil"l1''lIm.! oM Drown made i Xo 47014. in Wood Eddy 'r.il, nnawtrs ,hi.-'i c'o1' } .' '. make the ,
rv the full fact
; but. .\, that Browu sad his eighteen men tookjio'frjsiou s and it will tender the iici easily of \otes from I 4 H.2 you
'>f the Oovernmrut and town C"tnpluitj! ff. nnnli run, per' 'ii' in the Northern and my acknowledgment of the prompt payment LaoPANC.r

end held them during Sund.iy property ni: 'it end }foll.!:"\'. I. time southern Opposition iionecessaiy to Buick 1 Republican I Lifiyilte 1 119 I Eisteru .ind 1 W.'cfii Statr lie rl'fn-1 to answer i of ?:!5.
Time GOT.TI:inert inuiiey i-nlfrtfe. It h lint known: SMCCCK But the iinbln:II iirg! pr"]'osil Cl.y. 0 182 I j the qlh't'liontr.Ih..r lie hnd a etinferrnte! tviihI : which win be sold reasonable

which (.Cti, -'piety killed l :he mciTime man emanating from frontitrMate juurllll"at the South. I i>'anbia.S.iiit 1C! r.S I I Old lin s n'UIoil Virijinii "pe.1li"n.: but n''IuitI I I follllil'e in your city in a couple of weeks and Cash or Approved Paptr."ezedmcn upon. terms for

"... 'arMed olf Lewi 'V.ins..n i it one of time i< au tumiiftakable iDdi tlioI. The grades of d<>- I ted that he had eoir<-"pondence with pirlies the nil! c-ilL Pienat send rue by mail the Drawings of

wmcn1ed4ir.'oncm. I dj not rehend rev ,1\-jKuretotlie I' Riwa.Washington. 206 257 I initim on 4he nulj.tt, and had iiurntious Mnipathuers I Class :31. Your ob't fervant Ic.rzIa tail! Ize -
apj HUlil. OUIJ. scent sre H'ry ol) t'Si>ui>: 1. Oj'poMtiitn to the Dein- lit 112 in nil the free tlltt*. B M. RANDALL
prisoners. I futni&ii.td
(.rrtic: jurty ; 2. Affiliation with lime abolition party Xawan. Docteh.tonight{ fioin Hnsr ?onn declare u/it.n a/i/ilLcati&n.
S .
205 See Scheme another 'olumn.I
It t* t't'rIaia1J] ino 3. A Ui iou 4. An abolition : c'rlnin1"t to ll.rij.ljiir .>nTu 1Jr.00 EDDY t Co Ga.prfit .
; .irty ; party. I1.llIIilton. 0 576 I A :>, < Augusta,
nmde *u<.h exteiisite ammtl imp'WI'.allt ip '-sda- and took boird in the same house with old

tures. The ScperinirnJent of tW Ars nil luu t IH :: The de tin rf the Opposition parlin the frontier Ilernnndo, 1 251 I r.r"'II'
a very inefficient nau. True, a. time Journal of I j southern States! is to be a Union abolition parlyI Levy 4 1'03 The 1.I'I'irIn.11J'; >plll) of Jlii 'r:{own lowed! 1 I nl! lloticrs.n.NTIKCL .

I ihe : :Itb.roli sjch a result anticipated in the Marion U t97 Cook as fir us 'jri-n:ews-tle to jL.y. end the inpresflon MISS If. A. 3IERSEREAU
rermrk "tl- 'intendeuce il vil and
Ci"/itierei Scpei ci j Suutitin 1852 ? I tin-re i- that Ci. k lend Itft Lr ClwmitersLnrp.Itithf __ ,

not ilitrry, but the establuhiaeiit iwe. Sfaraisliei -. New Ri1'1.n 325 i ll.tf at lIjgi-rbtoTrn ths.t C.i-k panat-.l \ NEW! ENTIRELY NEW IS receiviug at the JtrwBCUPINC -
The have included the Baltimore
with night watchmen ai d with futilities I might Ilill'borough c :121 lit: imdi 1.i't Iit-hl.i I opposite the

I Patriot with the Ricdtnund Wktrj. In II lute numI )Minatee t) 65 I Tltf slr "... Ta.l.K il.r..rm..1 nt Crrrnrgctletl.at WHAT IS IT ? r:pi'eipal chunu, n fashionable T-
for I ecnmin early *ware of the approach .f i'ih a I
I er of that paper it begins a )leading editorial with Monroe, s 220 i a load of I!oxg [ tCte1 l thrn'i<'U! there on Tuna t ThAT WONULlitUL PURIFYiNG AGENT ngsoriment of I

.pirlj; foDdt't' are quite lure that if it bad otit.riednl .lht rignificant language I day for VTiMhi.-i;;."M cuu..I1. a the instead ofthe : : Orange 1 L 98 j Dal h\ Fluid '
Springfield n.ll'l'cI' Fern es- I : pi-tos! mind p'ke } Piophlrrilc} MILLISEfl1

taT,1i. lwl'nl. en hour would not hare trlapscdbelitrc I having sl.owr.ns re think. rorcbisi\ely, that I Volusia 1 (0j Time ?Miiriif i* joirg to carcli f..r ll.tni in the ;'4 '- -
there i is III reality no diffi'rence opinion on public j I' iC'irning.Hie 77 i. i. a AVie Jisenrrry It i? lit rtntltnf I tf nt
the bnperinteodeut.tith his hundreds of Jttr i i m-uf Cliarr.bt'r-burr alo confirm I It t. c triumph f Sntn'tfic Ei.ill I the Indies i.f Thlhihassceanil I.
mined would liare cleared tin* i.d uf the is a Chcnvtal Union .>f tuaterimmhs) piotided bj _
men, grot :, American and r.L'i'"I.li"u8! uuder. at the next Majority agiinkt: Annexation 6,937. This, tho'not the -tattMirnt inn -r'to' irCouk'* leaving for IT vicinity.
inradtr anil closed the gite against I them if it:deed 1 Prei-idiiitial l Elect tn, amlbtlierinzthat] thepmb'.rsofdncord II I j llarrisLorg! oa Tiit>dny. i-crsi-l. for reiideniij rue the nr we Tall ilm-.,ee. October 22d. 1PI9 43-tf
to Lirge as it ought to bite been U enough I
: LrtutLe. Its action: is in olrehencc to find laws.QUI'h .
sod li..1t hue been
not m.d the A little prtjudit so hong I -__ I'
tbryrvre caI'th A spot
mid feetllevih .Ii"e.! will* be rhiivr'lhat.I toe people of the State haredcidedtli.itFieri Valuable
MI kept| rnii In {ro on I L.\TIn-\maY.\L OF THEjOCEAXQTJEEN. SURE, POWERFUL Land for Sale.
h waiited in null and
vigor an we regret .
enurEfenr | ,rl! st:n-l tuju| we I."' pi''.< t I" con-i r very .!.i nuift r'mam as the i is, "one and inseparable It pu'ififs dwe'inw! sinks, kitclieo

hilt it has nut fillen to the lot of n rmn like Lr vfl;' whctiier theme ice amse ininrlll"'hh.l.l' oliI ;- i:o\v and forerer." I I It rPIII..tl nil o(7( nsire titian ; rPHE mowriher oCVrs for sale 1JOC acres s.f ia'\n
the aj'erinKi.deiitat Spri nfield Gen. Whitney to "I ftfct!"> in the ''nyi of a <.ln>tceof, cir.di,Intfs frI I'r i It e''", I lemma within:taiit<>eitainty: Jble lam I. I jim in Jackson county. Florida, nn

take in hand tie bond of desperadoes who hive i I President 1:0.1 1 Vice Preidert bj the Oppiw'nI .- Capt. Hill Cook It It' the U t prr[>arutifHi ever n'.d for froth-'ounJI. the \Ve t side of the Ajmlacliiiv.Ii Rjrer. about one

I Iftlicie be !.one. then otiffl.t all Atnuriemmusand He 1.i! ii one <.ft tie !Itadtrs in the Brown inarrcellon i Stw VOKK. (Vr'. -1.-The feBiih'j' Or nn Queen It ths'roys! all Ve vlaUe A"I! a"jIl1al".i.io'.'. iniTe? l>euw the junction of the F>mt and Chattahouehme -
been guilty of this enoiractis outride Virginia.. l'ullieall" to uvir.d nnd i.mon.li- I lift arrived seth: l J.. ri.>r*. Ab"ut 25i acres cleaned.
I| any j'\Il\ll..I:1t '. At ? I.i\'rl'.l| ; to Of:. 131 1.. It rehevts ill a l hw recoud the bites of .a"cllI.
.S .:nc of our cotetntxirurU-s es of the prie4 ch.rie'trl I tioiial .. :ttaU. ,.. lint lnn I tlie lime >!:all tome I. at 1II1rf''I'"l''r a 't nccourtbe bid COilMFIXUL: : N1tVrt.I 1 bees. etc. About one half if said land arc excellent Hummock -
not been nrr. I..d. He it represented 1. the haIti j one fourth river f fur cni.ui and action. rol !'j will .fiid MmrJ"u' y
l;e this attempt of Brown and hh fuiuti. cO Ul oicrs : : f'tiSt'jn .1/rkff.-Thl iirket It scahiors h4miiS ,1.l'n forsoing ;
pered Ia r-"\..H.'r... Lot I be fice logo itto mere SloT ns being n niOit roli.iK.u and blood jAr'rjwJ was steady.Smiles I It HJluts L..il.l'J.OII jointed!. and heals them }>iiie and mixed piu !hands.!
uloo1..uJy. tince a man of good eiu-e muetJirekru I tit dI 18.11L.ile". ILtrea
tbe c..tt'tt111..1.1. k.lf ciOlradic'iua.With ; two i\* a good Fur terms apply *o Lmmard Ham. cpnn the place,
n that the iiimr(''tion, if temporarily f tlur-ly indiridaal. Piueseto.ing n large amount t.c.n.l. i! !lIqr.iry..t e-ctrrme rates.GENE77AL. rum pit ly. or to Hugh A Corlej, or the snWnW at Tulbhastec -
such ir(qii"uocal"eoniT.ilta1 bcft-recs, courage, e eoc< t IIENKT WELL3
neccrffal would ir. few at inot 1 crushed
a days e
I It cle n'!-" the teeth! and pnn.ie* tl. brralh;
there be noniift.nkin the d'lec'ion! rhoot IIdl't'rr Some time E"\ October 2!. 18S9. 43-lf
can ret t
:; In \ibich > nr. I
Bat the be 3 ked I Th wortt of and Sen ilet Peter _.
C1;t. tcttrpiisr not t> Upon a* ( Sri jMI* Ttphoul
the Opposition party of the ftout'tr! States" h ,,t;" l.e got ir.ta a d.fllctilly: : in the rei-iliboiLowj ohIf.iptm's .fI Tl.e Meam'!iip Quebec, of Xew Orleanis i ire mitts'itd Icy tie use ..r this Fluid; it less been t. The Florid Sentinel sod time Qtvncy and
tbe J'IIfh'lIth'J1I't.: ; of a few rni<.uiil .d mne.led -trIlY nmkednt Cd i.r t-ne Livhtho-i, ou tht lltliint.Au'tiii I Jl..iuium papers will please publish the a bo' e for 8
drifl il1g. Fiery' v.;it'i ore f the r"ir".101! enijilo ems I J.n"'nloeil.-e! time 'pt't'adoC'rYJ'Luiel Fe"erII Fain
by fanAtical zeal in behalf ..( nj in.practicable isene. I I nfusii to (iniiini the nniount of debt due j I weeks and forwarJ billLAND
\ ilif 5 ",.1 : '.>iis.Lendmif .
Iheni-.n dust to Cooke and when the upon p
\11:1't'r) from Lomlird 'vriJ.iii'i: K bert .
.' It is rather the legitimate fruit of the dotrinesfojrl to Stiphenon, phjc Irt'u: :irr iisini it in Clinrlest'T. Cc-
Glar.tT SMITH AND tnt IIpr FtrtY ITlos "uF.a I littir drew bitirolt(r seized it and tun nl tIme I the lclr'Ill.t1' ei-;i'ieer, 5 is 11.d.! FOE SALE
,glaugLt -Sewnrd und bis SCIKH: >!- j lumbin ::.'al1na!.. An:U'ta. Atlii :. Miei :. tJ'lumbti -
.-In commenting on the inte 'olllJrrnk11111I1"- I muzzle fi urn its aim. Cooke di-cl.cr.jcd it, !ho*'\'i r, .nl'(nn.ll'IIII"lI.; pr<>p ise subn/.tins;the Lom- '. Jlon' omerSeiinn.. MoUe! and New Orlean
*In this light will It h regarded I.J' tIle pofj.leif I I'r. : In
debt ftT.iir( loarbitratinn. Nuuimeretsnrremts
reFs Ftrrr the N. Y. J1uraelreesl1stotiitda, I and the charge pa-td through the clothing of tlieri.ht ) I The Ilo'pitals of iSew Otkuns cud Mobile are Oounty.ATKACT .
the South and cnnunatire m .n in all the five Leen niuK- ill Purnm. The principnl author, OF GOOD PINE LAND e'.ntaim.irg
very significart pisrjige in one of Gerrit Smith's side of dim whom he 'l'U.t! to kill. Before I usinc i'. .
States tan consider it only as an tffoit by some of I and cconi| bcis. ill the B.tirder of Anntli.afelii the !1 Hospitals corporations ship masters. raanificlo 2-*> Her. of whieh'is cleared and

Lls own followers to put to the list the Seward I! letur*, pul,Kshed a month or two ago in vhith he I he had time to fire the wt-nron again lie was felled i ha-iiii1 of j istiif The CIty i is truuji.il. and tie: disarn.ing !! rers p'anteis'! phjfiriun, furnisl' hec.J l>) the gallon at fii.ced ntu.te.1 stout I ( miles Nsnrh '>f Rail R->ad

speaks of the folly of attempting to stiike the to the trounil I i-v_ a v. .11..Hn.e.d blow v.ith a clung I of the! popul.iee; ,.IIII'4'.n ordered although reduced tt'll.I Station N"., 2. near 1.uimmg6ed| Church and known

theory of au Mirrert sible .oi.flut The Journal I I shackles off the Mnves by the force ff moral suasion : Shot from the effect ..( which :' laid insensible for I tI.e city was turroundvd I bj the Mi dena mini Tuscan ;I "For sale bjr diti"iata and country merchant erne and described a* tlm N. W 4 sftiie S. Vf.i ft Seeti -

f Commerce while cautiouiU abtlaiuing troin. dir.t1y troups. Gtritndi'! pn>clamn1ie>n totl-e (",."',1 ar I rally. (rum whom ciders are solicited. "n 2fi. aix! the S. H J *f the 8. E J .uf Sett'on 27,
or bgnl agitation, and pxe.'ictsth.it I the nest more than two I.OIIIA That l.owerer, did not dter respectfully
inure .
I The hour of the
charging prominent men in the Republican I I M) slr!: n Mv struggle IIr.t.neh"i : Try at least one bottle. Pllce 60 centx Follow alio. the N. E J of the S. fc. J of Section 27. all in
ment mode in the, dinction of nfgro tmancipitton: I him from fiuther acts of vnlr";*. His nativity is | tr'emy thr'III..IIIIIU) will r.ullil1'5| attuek us in .I directions.f3J Township I. Hai.jre S, If. A E. Time above land can
with immediate connection with in I.
party any would be an insurr.ction in th< Soiitli." not known. lie is said to be a man of fair edjca a few days Manufactured only in the L l.aratory of be purchased on very liberal terms on application to

inrrectioo, preferring to await the iorettigation I. Taken in connection with the fact, snys the Savannah huh but is reirdcd by all wl.o. know him as a designing Time Pope wits to have an intertiew with t eKing I : J. DARBY Auburn Alt OEORflE TUIE3TE.on .

which mutt follow before attempting to fasten the I of Naples at C itel GondelTo. where he will I For sale in TallaLfts, by AMES A LIVELY Mr. T. li. Ctmires* Plant atioa.Cct22.1859. .
not then in of and dangerous Cooke married
Jfcftvohcan, liiiporsmrcimn roan. cere- his in ofthe
legal responsibility where it belongs does not 'hes- prolong ethy, consequence agitation atRome. I and by Drmrgiet generally thnnigboct the State. 4?
I the Ilcta'J that a letter written ly Smith and enclosing tilt years ago in the neighborhood of Harpe'r's After the Pope departure, demonstrationtook |
N C. l'ers"t wishing sol's, water dc-, analyzed
j frrs
State to that tlure be I
morally, can no questionthat
say a check for the movement has been ha-toned if it va' It i estimated that ten thor .and. left theircards at I
I at the retidcnre of sawaUmie Brown we think the 17th. with his f..mi1yI'lIt what direction he to Pi.! J. DAliBY. WILL sell SAW and GillS MILT, sitna-
the \ml.nt'IIItJor's residence The Ambassador I f my
not primarily caned by the ulimiiing J<> I the ciue presents good ground for the arrest and took could not be ascertained. li-ive on the ),Ih. TheCondene..IJon"t.IMlw ,. March !1R53._.11-ly_- I _L ted on the Plank Road, eight mile from Talla

preached by politicians of th, Seward Cidding, trial of that tile old aUHlion tccmp for hi.!'i ttcaron. ---- j t4>a cl oSt'u tri.i> e1.iimmn.1411ave teen -i-.tedby Common .'eii'e rntf the n>..*cf the people, wint has>ce, together with

and Sumner and Burlingamo rchool. They bare I I I AN U\m.i.r ALLIANCE." It i is to be hoped therefore Sardinia and France. France requires! that all the ever the r.\i named and mluntbrope 1bpm'nay nj Too ACRES Of GOOD TIMBER LAND;

not only declared that there must be an irrl'prl'siLle I I that the OI'lO-iliun. north and south will expense "f the war shall be paid by Au.tria and I to the etntntrj. Show thero a good thing ;lei (lit menu be Alan Tools. Teams Carts U agona and all the neerrtnrj -
unite in the nomination mind election of' officer -
: pro|'er Piedmont. ilemonmrau and (V will nut bmtateto jlore IIi
o&flict between freedom and until the clearly ; I
to the Lumber Trade.
slavery, Such U Fame." u apparatus carry oo
fur the House vf
iieal Represent-atitesund I' .
The have already ra'-
pro their most tor.liall'.Ironag. mi'*PI
country is all free or all tlare but some lure I et1 to the of time duties without \r.KET : I II. i i | do met hesitate to say that I have the best Mill in
predicted I An English journal says \Vashington CotttiUiort C perf public REPORTS : ified thejodjrmert ota .bYI tcian,MDcerniBrlli. .irtue. ofItO1TrnEP'S nine
i Middle Florida. It wi.I lore out. with all ease.
the which has Ixcu I deli Under existing circuin-'unccs, neither BITTEkk I
very morenxrt now the of affairs in ) ,aa may be seen in the immen ei
describing politicnl NEW ORLEV Oct. aspect considerable i 22.- cotton to d.iy hundred thousand feet of good merchantable lumber
of I.
initiated anJ which lees ony foiled to accomplish I I this country says that some .f the most irotmtinem.tcandidates people we nor care any the of a finger[portion helher the the Southern Suea ler t 9fltm4i babMiddlings lOf a luj cent, Steady ;.i quaDt1tet! : of IhU nieJirinc! that are annually voldm every per year mend the Crist Mid will gtlud eighty bushels

its purp.w.by the iaipcrfect plot and the want cf I I for the next Presidency is Mr L<-l't.- mid other ollic-ers map.f time next house of Ueprwentatir market. Exchmgeon New York, t'i, lIt J.nr.t. J ,ctlon ofthe l.n.l. It U now recognized: M gr"IlIlYlUrerlor. : < fc*>rn {>eT "lay. The Land ia of g">*d quality fur
lo mil other rcmcilUi vet devIsed for dssaes; t Out dlt'fotin
sense ivugl.t into requisition by iuleadtrs. We did hope that there was no quarter of the .s are elected) from the noithtrn or southern Op premium orcjn, Mich us dmarrhsra dysentery, d}'p<'p"!'. and (or the farn.uig pHTp. ei.
With these view the ."-WI. the Day Boo, I I position. i New YORK. Oct 22.-The Cotton mirket wi S anon* fevers that sri' !Iron derangement <>t thore portions I 1 he ab"V. property can be bought at a b.iriain.
agree world where the name of John Minor Bolt was not tIllU'Allt with sales of bales. MidI I I
Let no Southern Oppo-ition member therefore I to tiny 2.800 I of the jMom. Il..memier'snameharupin l ) beeominn hotmir.hotel Term ea>y. For further ymrtictiUrs apply to meat
die timid and others of the leading Northern I.. world frOm Main to Texa from the shoreit the Atlantic -
pr I where honored could dlil'g' Uplards at ll | n llj ceumle. address
known or IIlrl'D'mil" I the Mill, or to
1 possibly ,
'I hesitate a moment about co-operating with the In tb. Pat M& Try lh. article and b. ulUfled.I .
The Herald distinctly charges the responsibility for be confounded with the obscare name of Bolt Northern Opposition in the organization of the next I l'trILAT1nDih ; I I Sold by Drnjrziali and dealers -er)where. JERK RICHARDS.Oct" .
I T .-Tlie dtlturbed 8ee adrertisemenl In another cotaunn.1SIARRIED >r22. 1859. 4311wCommitted
the murderousoutbreak upon Seward and those who But such is fame. In rain hare Jacobs and the house of Hepr entatires".-Richmond Whig. district of country intended to be effected I f!I IJST"

affiliate with Mm. It says- other Athhinders nominated him for the pre>iJt'IIcI' The above u from a leading organ of tbe booth I by the outbreak contains;a large slate population. | -- to Jail.
The first over act in the great drama of national In rain hat Hiram K.tchumt'aoted to hear" from era Opposition and one of the most abusive of I TIle ful1..wlngt'as the relative population at the I I On lb. 24lh i.. ,by the Ber. W. H. GUIc ple.at ".n'.

disruption which hat been plotted by that dema him. In van: has he got astride of the American Judge Douglas' asetilants. It will be seen that this I I' last census: I i lawn" the residence of CoL P. B. Bird. Mr. EICIl \EDTCBNBCLU TT'AKF-N op and nmitted to jail, two v
Wm. 11. Seward, lias just closed at liarper'srerrv. -White. Slare !
cogue 1. boy., bn h of ti bright black color ff
second of Dr. Theodore TarnbuD de negro
It opens in treason, robbery and murder I eagle clothed in the stars and stripes, and ready to very patriotic journal openly adue-s its party to I Londoun county Va.. .. .lfl.433 BC4l I eeated, to Muu MAGGIE ann D. BELLAMY, all of Jefferson one about 5 feet 6 inches high, and sajs he le .V2.

and bat appropriately closed in the blood of the jDect any fate. In rain hag he boldly UOhi.. rote directly for Black Republican Speaker and Jeffenon" .. .ll.ftl 4.341 Florida. 23 teirs of age and that ide name i is Peter Woolen

misguided fanatics who hint themselves to the doctrine 11I'111ID1"lo accept, without a murmur or a doubt other officers in the next House of Represcntatires ; n..rbl..y" . 9.S15 1.95 county Oh t may your pathway life be happy be strewn with I the other is about S feet 4 or 6 inches hih.17 eelS

of tbo"IrrepreAbb conflict." Jfo reasoning I in other Frederick ... IS.fiSl 2.294 '-f and that be belongs to Wilhaia
I of his eminent qualification. the highest office in words unblushingly proposes to Southernmen I fragrant rotes, may co dwappolntnients or Dials arise ko mar j I years age. aaja
mind can fail to trace "mmes and effect Wtween the : Baldwin Ala Time ohd-.taa'
he declared to eourtlrste'ith the abolitionists. MoltleMr the smooth tenor of happiness may yon lire ss Christians e Kennedy county
bloody and brutal manifesto of William IL Seward the gift of the American people. In ain as 5\960 ..: Jour that bulb belong to E. C CabelU of Tallatasse

on the bank of the Oennesee and the tenllle I in **a card" that he will not run vfltr nor I Re3 ssler. J Fr-derick county Md. . 37.074 "8.913 and when the green ut many summers shall bare I' The owner or owner are requested to c rue forward
passed o'er your joutbfdl heads amid the dream oflife Is o'er
scene rinlence. rapine and deatli.that bare been runroot a nomination. Ant'r.n these great exploits VV.sVmgtou: .28,754 2.(,9 I property, cluir rs and like them away
enaeted al the co flneoce of the Potomac and Shenandoob. i i I Broderick's estate was valu-d atj 1130.9,1' may you be gathered to that rest above,where parting and prore pay
I they will bn dealt with ace-irdm to Inw.
t and all thes great distinctions an.I many i j I but i is encumbered to the amount of $S5OOa He 6 .SSO 6,003 I. death win never cornea-Colt. 1 uf J. C. ARTHUR.
And again the Mme paper: iTho i I others two numerous to mention, but imffiu lent in lift no st ill, and it was fUr,d thtthe 'has no From this it appears that within twenty miles of I TRIBUTE OP RESPECT. BIienfTtifbanla Rosa County-

number and extent to male bit name familiar as Ferry there are not less than 2uo slave, 43tfNotice.
tbe affnirnt Hrper's Ferry I is one of the rclalites, but two persona iu San LV.ncico, named Harper's Crrrarrnn LODGE. l Oct. 22. 1859.
I I household toordt. we find that name written Boll of whom probably 5U, >0 ere men.-Baltiinure Sun, I October 13th, 1ai3. f
.tr**'s that show which way the political wind Edmnnd Weli'i' and Lucy Brown, claim the estate

b'.owL: U. teHO should n.t loc mi'uud,.r lo I
Let time Southern uppositioii ravmlters of Congrcsa I eloquence of Bolt has served to render' illuslriou -_ .- A. CHOICE-Tlie trial ofii'm* individual was I of the feelings of this Lodge upon the death of Brother V LL indebted Lu' the Estate fSamr. I

when they come tu the 01'ganizntion of the House I I terminated lust night, ( .H"* the Atlanta AnietU-iiri.) IIEXST IIRAILTwbo departed tbs! >.f. a: Lit reil ca.e,' persons Wain *
who alluded him \ late of
The telegraphic operator to Cattle at Pensaeola.Tlie !.I a Richards deceased
not forget the IIarp .r's Ferry outbreak and the lea I the jury returning a eid.et of "JoI\lIY. An AT" on the IOitiin...ha fiflifi! jear of isis agp tg leave to 5.-ward and ma.epusvin'nm

eon it teaches) them. That )Ir. Sensed U the anhrotator t .s BOOtS has of course been dimird as a hopeless Pensaeola Tribune of a recent date, eayi:- pliciniun for it new trial ue UMilertfanl. wi imje I sahnilt tie! followlnj prra-nbl and resnlutions: einnty. are requested to com havimig uivmeu.Is stai1Ct

vl:o i 5' responsible for this insurrection no I DoNmut. If not he certainly CJgJ.t to'e dis- Tlie schooner Monte Chrieto from some port i in Texa .I tins Illo.tlllng.IIII.1 le'iiseii; after! aLicia Judge Bull ,! WatsiAS, Teatb hs agaIn invaded our ranks and has made !. n.m-I hi pu-reutna tr ileio. o-y e.

001 who has rend hi* Rocheil-r minifeito can deny. mUeed. Not to know Bolts i. to confess onese'f *, arrived her wharf yesterday I'"pnin"ih a proceeded to entenc the rrli'\1' to l.e \l'.ul..1I I It oar rncanbol1dUty! !) to announce to tie wort.t. and es s iitt sfaM are reqoeste-1 tbi notice >t Present ill be plead in UJ C
rntlra'c-i.! or *
That Ids elevation to the Presidency would st iuustesirie I on the of Dec-eirl.r next 1'ho in-c will betaken i pecially the Vlasoalc Tra.emllhal our very worthy
uokn4 Yo'n ;Lut to wright hi name Built or Boot. cargo, consisting in part of nmes, ponies, horses their '
: ] inurrrectioni all over the Southern to the Snpre ne Court. friend and brother I Is no more; rod whereas In the .le.tb recovery. f
confession I-e and and calve Tlie diecmbarktion of T .1. ilL RIC'IARDoON.
ii nnriralled ipn-rance net to cows this : tx's'
.,tintrr, is ISkewl-e e\ond por rlrcntore. Jlr.fvvard an t' There is co truth in the tlfitcmeclthat Prri !er.t of Brother Draw oar neighborhood has -'ma good eitl- .THOMAS ROS5. )

oree in the Wbfte Hunse bis doctrine; expected in the latter halfef the nineteenth cento- motley crowd was noel in itself, and witnessed t hey .I Ij Bnclunai hi* Instituted ..against Mr. Fc-m"y I Zen oar Lodge a iMlons and devoted Jlaton, tbs church Ort 25,1859 "- -" 43.ew

.b.,s.W'T f.i1Ulliul.or 1'MIM1. rr IJo-vly. fir WJ(j I TV-. j many peetators : for au alleged libeL s long tried member and b's .,*>orphan eMldTCB! a kind S


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I CARRIAGE SADDLERY -- ; 'i,1. ?? iP \... ..r-J : . l' I
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AND !INEWPORT.JCNAt'GIIT : : ..Ar.*. -> .E. ." J . "...,- of' 1.

.t, RP u.ii -. ECESTABLISHSIEHT.8 S i ORMOND_ lire now rec.incg. If ,pVIN'l'; : t !GOODS ; !

Wt" ,1' of
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P 1l I el'H.ly oLD i* TIW JIA.*KT, TIt :
.j 0-1.Jvr tt_ Fall & Winter Dry Gccds & Grccelies &c S ....nt. (t, "d Ktrxv- CIAS. OF. COCDS !

W.. 1ft t. elothln ; 511E srr.scmmm ., Their Stock I.PS been carefully stkcteii I tn J judicloo" I DRESS GOODS "

( : : Lf JL ku ill puicl."9ed .[ ) 4 t ly purcLnsed hv ant<,f tie firm. v!.e. from his tor"g LADIES ,

.. b yt ILl' .'!.. I tin internet tit tl e late b MI i experience the trade i. well arquauted with tLe. Of tr-ry Style sod Fabtw; ti
IkI t A 11"U..1 I DUID .E. HULL. in i wants if the p..ple; and ire flitter Aur i tie t '._.' ] .. we late seine Liry'o ticrit-Jj, and tint our ,
f..rI'JllltI..l.'il: mi viUryand -c.- -. nI I ptonre Black and Colored Silks, of Every Style ;
in Clr Han. Dusim u.- I Stock ill tall 1\ II!i C..U>;AI} favorably! with :Lat of :

I ng'ek .pIIrt its. F.\lK' I, MI I n.j kept l v biiii .": o'. : -.t.iiuLse n ( i DELAINES '; :1
," 'e and 1' I \1'onl.1 ptcfuih infrni fr: i.eDRY VELVETS CASHMERES* .; :
I : 1 GOODS.
Velvrt anJ Cloth tbe habilantscfL ; 1 I
Jet Cl.lli. F n"V : L I L O N nnd o.'j H ung -' : Ceeria ilk k Lr'o !. >Kentucky Scare American EngUI and French Gmgu;.*a ; I g net.. BU and Trtmmirrg, RJbbona ;

Q1-er Co*t. A Vail IMPROVED DOUBLE LRVEIt SCREW untie, that lewd) (ontinue tie business in a'I it- ttaslnngtoti LrkAbrnd',!IU. S. Nary DUnkeSS, .. M c ;

BOYS AND I br:mtl:(. fit tbe Old Mind, \\hel e may be found j.t l\Ilboro 8tripea Plaids.1 A 12-4 Bed ;
) Cotton Packer. all t:mes, ;I Manners do doG \ onl :"n I mis d I insey*. .

ChiWrro'i Suitm. l I Ioclurayi liuggirs Road I <'orgin & S. C. Kemjs.8iaJiord I Osn!bi:rg -n variety LADIES AND MISS]"' FURS; ? '. :
'FmiifT m T tTn (IUHr..u! NOW OFFER-: to tie, pu'>. : Tlagons Saddles I KerflC'J'l.VII't.( ) Br'wliShirtiq',i Sheetm'l.Caesimers 't J-.

W3 Cravr\ .-U. : 11"'I1'. Hnwtlxrrn< lnipr cod Double Lecrbciewottott i Harness, KnJIes, TT/iz/, TiunlsunJ I I 1'wec it n
(' 11'nf't.C' Satinets aol Cottonndi Flannel. all Cofora) and
Haclnnr Belting and other the Ladies Ores I f,v i 1'\\ ill! Q\ JOlt TWO Ii.U I.IS at a time by Negro Blankets large u.j i quiilttirseurtmeut stjk'3 n
Of fIIric.t An.I in fit .
aod Fatev tiihn h md or |I.MH pi,x\fr; 11.1) for on ne, "p ed ansi l every every tcnsl'y' :Scotch Plni da, Ac. ic.LADIEslDRESS :
WI.il" kept ill fuel MI r,ttb'l-1"11'1 and be b. i G-oocSLs *
< ; eg by at Dry
and Gait- ) oift-H in junking it st:.d* \i liout a parallel I 'j JStrtjDlo
Jlvron Utiti'>n to tic mitt' leo'' f C.i.I to rituf I
'ker Fl niH-l 1 : I lave one (>f tl,ew? BPH.w.l.I n i.A.' I irm, wit wbib I I 'r'ililllll1l1l/t of the putioucge: to Iioenllv brs'owidci a GOODS. BlanUts! rer'eya O'n burgs; 3 4. 7.8,4 4 Brown Domestic! Denims.! Hick or jStrfprf.

non Drown : ) I I 111I\"e uccMfully plld U. '5(11'O *nd two ales lit bis predcct&M J. E. PDRDY. P"7'!in fl-irs :Steel Snni? II,>p nir'fJi Mnrl'.orough! Stripe .rd. Plaids. Flannel-, Bleached Shirting, BIcathed and
U.,f. V\ a t:me. rnd 'l1n *, (ly M\'. i: Ii the lx>t>t tlz for ..L9. iKLamRil 's. I ili tin Exfrtu-Mii duMMIHO K. Jean
IUcI N; I packing Cttli.n IIiv .'r T.luicci>. that I i.cs ever !I..n Tin FIiI..c1C'r! wot:11 rim in'im 1 I.ia fiitn.1. and I do !flack ('I..ti Talmas.Ci'hiucm Brown Sheetings. Stii'( ), r,9. ,

Io. I nive'iled and I's jarulious tued tiily be Hell to Le tbe ,.u lic. that be st tiil;:: 1JliIUCS the Agency tie cJ.> :r.iucj Ca !ixie c'<> Apron C.Ieock.I Dome-tic Ginghams Prints,

\ ; I: 11Jt'i..veol.. well know an J ja'th cili.I.rated I Gingham d:> no dj Clones, White Goods, A.C, &c., &c. *
; B sole owner lOr the ngbt i f the Ui ;it. I IStatis I f : .
<-mjr piteir 'r htthr dj* W ilson's Setting Madun's.T I lentil Call-o d> {B.acl i Cloth do
Whitl Cul reJ I'' I I IM : I I." prt'parc..llo; <,1'fx.tef i i I0.U! f ji tcrilto- I I, Borlliet'lIitcst style% beau CI..I.lrflJ! and Hisses Hoop LARGE ASSORTMENT: OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ;
Back! Skin-: *. j n>-. of niiT fize thnt may (I. dttired. i :ill".1:: -t't. Sept 24. 16r9 39 I. tifullj tnmiiij.:. '! bkTrtsSi'k A
i! I 011 *'.S4> rnira ,1! in having the Screws bi.i't inIi '
: F A triiiii-iigaiLarshe end Misses HoseEgingi '
An I'xt s'ti1 ';.l< all.1 i ailjiniiing coiintus ]Vreun' wiil.irig ihi-ni Fall and Winter Goods. rinses and Ins1CLOTHING | The Latest Stales of HATS AND CAPS for Fall and Winter of 1859; ;
Clithi Ca',illl'r." loul't thu will Ifnteibfir I _
i-rjt-rs cud
fICJ"'tJ. at
which, tln-v lIe |,r. further particulars ndji 6& tIle t-uWiiLt-r :t listen. I "V TOW' ill Snr., the Largest mini Mat DeciiitlTeStoikifFihi ; GOODS. Yankee Notions and Crockery; Hardware, lrel and falls |
the .h.>rtct ,..U\' I "I.OIl1n" 1> nnd Win-tr G.wc"Tf"re ever I ha.l.
per T.rni K,' : Oct. 1.C'C"mtJ.'59. 40-6rJ Gt'C'rgia. JAME3 C. HOWELL nisi I we incite nil wlmnre i'!.sirous 01 purchs'Jug, to IV'k: Cloth Coats t SaC".1|Uik CTth It DoeSkin pants Plain and Fanoy Groceries ; -

CLOTHING *. I (1arssirere ch I clo Silk U UIdereliirts
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Oct r
I' Executors Sal of LandsIN i tnstociers Who.Pay ht January, i U..a.cr do dJ i lItrio doI ID@JJ .illID im ( rn

-iSG9. ] : or Iher'alx.atfll. we will sell Ofll low nsany other house CI8imt're Vets. do Drawers.Sik .
\ ill tie city, mind a:I who pay Coshi d Satin do .Fancya rla.in Silk Cravats ALSO, LVHGE STOCK OF PLANTATION RUSSETTS. .
FALL & i i I"IIC noo..uiguf'I. nctiig Ezecutoisof tbe} last J..ill'n llollnllU& Marecile':! and Stocks Silk A L. C
I i JL Will i,f t'nst. Ji tin I.ipfconib drceascd, win or. i 'S1 all bare a Drdcclion of 10 per Cent.Anj I Shirts & Shirt BosOIUS. IlAndkercLiefs, .tc, dc.f TL puu'ic would do well to ciami'ne obr utorV of Ooods, wbich tr e will sell cpon it rood terms M any

fer fur ale at pu Po 'iucti at mii! >n Court one l>ay ing largely can hire an opportunity of otte ill the city. [Sept 24 1859. 29] D C. WILSON A SON.CHEAP .
Joseph IIoii. ill-idle }'lotiJaon tIe fcrst Monday in Decctnlxr I' f
e. doing so nt 10 percent. on Ol't. for cash The BOOTS & SHOES.
I next. nil those valuable. lands situated and Stock embraces cceiy variety u n&1ly kept in cur Calf Sewed Boot Ladies Shoeundc10
: lying in. said County, collecting of the lowing l
I citv. and it i< unnecessary to partouluViie. Call and 'I do Peggnd do Bootees
AND DCXLtl INtiadrYade plau.1'IJ : I look, and if the Goods tint,
do Erentt'a Bootees, I Misses Children and Boys

O "n"nA THE LAKE PLACE. I Prices! Stall be Made to Please do Scotch. Baineral.. hltS.
GJXTLF. :: TliMpliC* lying immediately on lAke Samiali| ", do Congress Gaiters !JA l-irge supply Ladies
contain about tbiee th.-.Famlll.11 Marty of our customers have not yet paij up lor and
ufO.I1c. Hickory : do Rul-r Over I Rubber Over Shoes
Furnilh 5 I last and previous years. aol I it i* inipi's.ilIe f. ti '
us >
aril IT iun) ck Lent*. and / inpn! f.orne of tic r do I Sewed and Pegged bHinlaU. TAtALA.ILASSEEI. : -.
ilL *. fleet our engage ncnts without ln-n\y lo,:,Uul"u\\'e
Thi.'la'e. best land of the Ilickston lIam.ot'k. I is one BrogttLS, {Rucset Brogues."GROCERIES --
now rf't'ri.t of the meet UautifulU. bicated plo1., -!iolls in tli.t I can collect ; and we dope f-oco to see I I

IS Darutxriim t;* : l portion of tbr country It bis every nr-ei8.iry t3
toil K**'"'*. lirg lIz .u'llmpro .'. IIt. all if ulncli are in };o. il C"ii if i. but .. ", Rio awl 1 Java Cnflee I"11I4.c!. Rain. CI.cesc.Ric .
it L HI Li the
\\ 1I..y ran r e.o's u > 'rletu 1
Fall I dition. It is about 12 nn'es! from tbe Court lluii'e! S lure it T. IJAYttARI) A SONS Cri;rhed, Grnnu'ated ani'C !I .. }Hour. Bjekali'it.Omen i ATEW' GOODS GOOD GOODS CHEAP\ GOODS.
; I-.f I re,en how tbe TidUbtU'tee' .t All.mtic Railr.mil ;I 24, IfctO S'J tf fl.c Sugary. -?. Po ntoes, IjrdA ,
LON I a bitb i< being rapid! e.n'fl..l.1. andvill be fin I l'pt ------ __ i Baron. lJt"! t 'rue-u. |.pic, American
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C'Otli*. ('"" o idled to this fteLuO: XVl'hlli M'ln niulitha i I y. C. Hams 4 .I cod C/snit" Bra-i.l>Gin,
Ae, lilj L: | I ALSO- I Fl\tL\ Wm'Eli GOODS. Goshen Batter j RumS, mes. &<", &0. Goods of the Best Quality .
( I ThC
TL.ACC. o. I. j
oti (hi* 1 -0--- SU N D li I l S .
Tn! pUie! t'.n.IIII' I f UOil ai-re' of Oik !Hurwry. AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES !!
-} I Ii.mifrMMk allel I hilt qua ny .'I.'t' lirid Th.-K. are I rl"'UE| fub ru1ers nrc now opening an estcxfire: I caj'crr: UurUnre, Cutlery. 'roel e'7. Potwnre

niaik ."vj Oui.4-11 i I &i') neivs .f it elt..i red. '1 IIM pi.ice 13 .ix! nulls \\ t-t well a .rted Slick ..f Hdg 'ing' cod Unix", Fnrrv *7o-dQ. lc.,
FiuiCCj. '.illh-r.' I of Madinxiri C uit II"in- Slid lie. in.u:eiliitrly
nJ IW.. ...1 1. I'..!.'. .I Tall italic t Atnnte:: RKIIHI.IJ 111.118 I IIXMI it a I I to v hicli they would respectfully iat"ie! tile attention I "r sale! end tidung'! f'.r all ctuntryproJate I

torth} -r II!. J lu'l' I |]<>u*.. nrfl nil i.tb"r cutbuldii and is in 'u fjr tbe r pitn mze I.c.te"rc: extended u i end S '
necft'Siry of : clotb
gs tinei t Cieuteiiee'e tin aUoopMiing
I a>>siii 117, .r ere ..
Ioo .uHI tine n-| uir and c.<:idi:i.>a I a *upj.Ij' ..f Doys an. 'iimihs Clotkm a '! n\.'ling their fc.rtlw <.nUrs. we remain very tiu'y,
: tie i. tli<* miss l I -ALSO- dun of couds Iilill'ftu( so much mctVfl! tot meet the I j
I CT7" y Ili-1 it. ?f': ,-r c'- '.
I i
.. J diiiii.iua! of the Young America"Tailal i i
of! Uk .t % .1 THE II\l"\nvi I'LATE JNo VIbis assec. 41
Oc 8 I lsi
lies Their Stock consul in put of 1 -- .---- OF
; r I plicc aHjiin n-- to LITII g-lon i lace No- -- -

W\'II. ....j. .n ,. ) I 1. cxilain* I'liO err.. cf lJjtMIU" iiixl ]'iui> land I '" KYEH3: & GOHIMF)
: % Ladies I
; Dress Goods
3iKncr I f "ikh Ire ileniil mil fimt rntel 1 I..n: : -n. O. h '

F-k.!! irll.. 11".1 F : ,i.rl au I.:, i rot KMi lu>i j. .On tin* p'IC.! l" h dwelling lx>u:. lie Rl'ck: fiurc'l emIl I Watered Dress bilk, Gros flu! J : nF.\I.EJ IN 4 JL* ti' 'Iw z d. U 0' 4 XCASH T '
pin h !" mi I < *l'er i.'.-e fary uutbuilibugi., It lire Rhine O lornl ml sot h nred
liuiTsT. mi.I .\. J.Hr t: : l : Wiit'hs, C/:1.:$, Jewelry, Silver and
i the Rail.uaslA .
.1:,ii C m:"IM- .Mil iwtiicd.aely 'l a fane a:"- rtni'ti: .f "tlU ..,' 1)--iin-s.! Print ca. -
Ware J1me
LO- C'II I CIO hll" 1).1"11 I : anti LII > Guns Cutlery
.:.1'' i- Te.i I. 1 n c ; ln1' MII ns >rlmri tof

i-.i 11......;_tMITk I 'C {IE MILL TK1CT CaiJimri Rubis Ijni.il C.ll:us. Marseilles ColIns. :i AND FANCY GOODS, CU-TOMERS and PROMPT PAYING MEN". if you \ill main I rey Stock Ufor ljridbl
e ,. .,.., .oi' I"; white 11",1 I c'>)oreil. F'nb'd nnd HmistiUlud ; : 'h..i Pal! "I l VirrS'oct
I. CV i:sitir; of low ,'Ie. if hiii-U! timbered ji'C ARE "W n..hliri Lniu;, you wt.I find bet I am selling goons of nil kinds us
'. 111:'lkci s-" :.f. :\ a ; lint! on n Lien: is II 1..e..w.ii Mill, ill f Id I kic I rxi fit- ; 5'b: ,
4S: \ r... I. J.L :IIMr '. ttl4<- noir.tI.u end t.-'i l ,.!.1. I..<.ilv-U.r* werlegi..e. n 'I 111 11.r..n f !L tirgs 1111.1 I ln citi"ii i !. MuslntMtdC I ti fliers ai.ii 1 tl' pi.lic! gcrtrullybjt. Cheap 23. T Lt11a1iaEs8 e o, .
j I'
u ..'. I %. !":,II I .iDibi K* FI"I1I.i. Dim v Han,14.1 liltrk and Ul!iei rilirSl. H:'.'. 19 Sentinel > .
ccr rFALL I in of :
.- ( cuculnr "uw _r t-t ini'l ti.sIIstitti imiritt -. 11. I W..I i L "... Itiiiut'; Belt nnJCip, RibWis: VvlretIxmk I n they are sel'jnj tiny city nan ar Jrantsges ;
I i- .r".II.I..d I.y 6..1.\ liuibirfd |>itw I 1.0... .- 1 ,It"c. I. MY STOCK !' THC HRflEaT AND MCHT COMPLETE I HAVE EVER OFFZRED" AS DEMBRACES
Sne ;
n-nr the J ll ,irul.1! I :nj &tlJ"iua b.tlt of ILV Ltta g"t.. I \ I 4-WIXTliR GOODS.Carreii&u EVFKV V HIETOF
Mulms; :1..10 MiaJiiisJ > oOODS REQT'IRLD IN Till SIARKLT.
,.. I p -C..Iit t."ed.lJl.d. .
-( \> I .c net CuHimPan ---.o -
PrH ii'.;..-... tr : I ALSO Swics C/<liorie-. ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.

r. o.,r < M.,tl .u"ht. I TIIH iiiut.cv YAC", I Tatleli !. I _B a swell.i .

gr!,-.t tjx .r. \ C..t..ln..g" lt l CI" ante f hid rite Iiasaaa..I. aiu 1"I .. ...,'_ .1 h" Ami .,!Ior..t. B J, cod Sit Hi: i! "A"A TE are n'iw rectinu/ i.jr l large and well Eclec
Oc: Ur 13. 1'39 fIn t v .111 lit.i tii I u"ij u < I nuts ol Carnwa) isaiah te I H-t a OF THE LATEST STYLES AND BEST FABRICS.
I Eeq Mr LIMUS CLu.ii. an.l ..thers j"i"i', ki.I I dmn Iialllc.sit;: ami 1 bread Glove \ \ t",1 Stock c-f CLOTII CASSIMERES .
= TWEEDS & .
: .
110: THEVAirEIZCl; EO OZ't.\C"lt. : Bonnets, Bloomers, &c., which vii con'['ire r."or'11.Iy'itb IIIIY other Stuck 3000 MRS BOOTS AND SHOES, .
ON.-nJi'tr I i l..outhl to tliH '"lIrkf-L.lo uliic'i' ne woul I invite '
.n-i-tmz < f :'" icirrif Pine ainljfKI ll"Qn1tJC! I
I/i M Ct iVB': his "lmt'olj'ltI.lv..1I oil lie f-uwun trr Riere onu St.ftW hhtinu-i. LIII's III1lI 1iisst-u:I itleiiieI. rhub f.-tl J to Call: u-. I 000 PAIRS FASHIONABLE[ CLOTHING /
i dpat
ul''u I
L1'ill"; .u', Ff i ry. Oi e but di cJ etrie itihie tract Urtatls. Ku .J 1 nnd FI..tvcrt.
Ail Irtttfi l Crepes i ,
cii hwijf cl"arJ. -' OF LATEST CUT. FORE% AND BOYSNEGRd .
: .. :l lf ---- --- :
f .
tit' i11i<- -AI.O- Dress Goods. BY TilE BOX
"r ail ...I.rs in .. l i Mantillas :
tbem re-d.* i; Hickory HIIJ Ua-nnHH., Im-.I l\n'; oil thv loror- A .nl'r:11 n*>."'tlltlltI( Cli tb Cloak find MQ I I Blue Puult de noire Silks Fatt2y fc'ils'!: FINE RED AND CRIB BLANKETS, .

July 3f. lSi9 1 i iMMiiliea-tnii horsier i.f LKI.C s..uipil ami i..j..ii is till is. ol'a:1 c l"lq CIZH- nll"I.r I | .<<'s. Del nu Robes B uton de Ro,. LINSEYS FLANNEL'S.
j l 1:11I.1 tiC E-ta'eof Cij.t ll" )JI',;, ..Sir \\ilkii. aol \ Ict Mti'iIl.ss. CiK-n.llc I'mnt', Cbttnl'e &"d i Ivatbilda, RIBBONS AND AND
I otJler. I wool 1.111KIoII -11\\,1:1. is OIIrL,
I PUrdIMl'U violin g tbi pnri," of Fl..n.U are inT .. ---- I Valentine. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.

,\ LIKLIA": ,i ; ;tl"I til rt.III Illr* tll ulo' ''OIJll,,:('d 1..n,111r.: 1 Fancy &Staple Dry Goods Sballj Rites of all kinds. JOG DOZEN LINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, r '. :

..L'- t-MSieiu,! "f | I J..In It Lip-womb.. rtIIi4e ID the iin, bbirliiniliiifuriiihti 200* DOZEN HOSIERY.
17 ".'*'*. and II. .' l l ti i I 11..1.. f'lrlhU'& in .I..will! the L.n.ls .sr.i ;i\"r ely I .UK'v 1i-ziti; Li.pbs-b. Frt-ncbniid! An;ei ic-.u. IV nt i Shawls & Mantillas HOOP SKIRTS AND COR3ETT3 '
rar's arr .iTt-r) -.l | ,-ii tint i...\ !lit- l'HirdT <.d Muslin. Frtmb ant EitiilIe: ,ill,", Fro'.cb 1"1 I I1ilsl'iu .

JtiiU4iiftxtt .ol.j 'riiis ol il< will IK one HU I tnn '...Ir' *i'IK. thc Gingham Eight ( Iniz! B'uk Alpi ':cn F.-\ VYSTAPLE. I ., JACONETS AND CAMBRIC..

nt put,lu' ntrtitou |iUtCiOet-1S to st I..n.J I 1-4'ir 114 8 |> 'mui. ill crt, -:llkftl1.l CutliO VeltO!4. WbitiMnsnIlM.. IVlofwlOper nn.y G-odDsl MANTLES AND ShAWLS

Oct. 22 ':9. imiullv. fr.in day of .,I.. wlli. tao or nnw a]>- : Flannels Indies or.;! Gi-nts ''bite Mrrioot ; : CLO\KS
:I |I..vitl ,:'urirl': an i it iM'rtsa.je if th- I..IIIJ. PmcbatMr \ .* *. bieaclird ami brown bin ti'i Cal 1 She In" -. III full and complete containing in part as f,ilows BLEACHED, BROWN AND COLORED! DOMESTICS AD.TALMA&
In fij.ap.r.*. burn bbfrtinn I n.1 l I.i"jq b'tactet: atxj blown Punts (.in:liarc*. and Gingham Robrf, ; ,

House On the tao pa\fit| n.iilkmd( II'| ]cra C'f full in.t:its I Dri1iaLa.: S .ti.i tj. l).iinif. CniiwE-t.'p., biivn ton.1! Opera Piinpe1bif, IIn.1 I Red riaimela.pr'nu' I! BY Tin BALE, PIECE. OR YARD..

LOT ". 26 i.f ti4-k. tixil* HIM! j roi:,i.Mi* 11 mi L.UU. .ib nn'IHJ ;: i>tni; -
.&o.I.'rl l sold .*'o tflrrlbo .:V of tb) l.in-l of wbicufuttler Ki..*<..V .n,1 I 11:.1114. B. d B.;;Ulkr'*. "l. gru UllUtl: : Plsi'i: and .M.Xf; ;! J"I"ck, ..hu.,* <(i."1 ?ncn.!. Sati.I I i CVRPEFS: OF t'fF.RY DESCRIPTION..

C'OOtu""ag II "t'r..s iiuticri:i l>egivei in the UaJi-on, paper.LL 1 ILl.. pnt-u. n urn't un I ...1..1.! -I'au'.Kts.: UN. T" red'. CI h"r'n V:irlbnro Stripesand I| HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, .
In uu.lrr f..nee j Pl .N. Bl a..h'd and Bn in fcln;'"?*. .
; : J. \\ A I.VO. 3.IAS. J Lx.<'Lt,., "i I
with tlie in.. ri>," I W. >" d I Gent's. B'eacbtd! antI E'-ovrn Sli'etmg Osnabuig .I GLASS WARE AND. CROCKERY.
} ClGthing.BI.is .
i .
fire riionw kilclitn' JOHVK. LIParOMll, j JoI.u Lipscwn'j: *. KerFe of nil k;DC'S. D'aakeU l II.\T.-, C.PSXD UMERCLLIS, -
: j CI.! !b (0I j.r-I.h C.:1c.T\\ ( .I.1 Sitmct I
: Halr'iad
Ibe fiiH
B'anktt! Crib
p.e.i.i.es : October I.. lbR9 42-7tr r 'fRG"KS.LICES AND CARPET BAGS.
from Tali.WM--. in ) I __._ __ iinlB3Tirl'; ;'<. P:.ff.\o.! fl't\'f'r. 'enMin. BIi the rFi.t Notice. *n:'rf, DIM fl'n. rwicj mini 1 FMW\ Satinet Pints I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.:
FIle I..rll."rpl Ln ;.!. Gcr.t. }Ii-'!. B"' nnl 1 Clu'Jren Gloves cfah .
Get 1:. lf-59 I !j Faicy!: Cnuiu HP \..=t.. !-ik)' a1 aH It.inn Cloth : lied, U"tery; mini hI.tndkcu-cbi.-f.! j IRON, NAILS AND SALT .
ALLpeifohs iud : .r tt> lIe UlIdeisigIletI i nuf.t come SLirU &nJ Colitis : oulkn Pans! :inJ Shirts. <2cBoy's also I, BAGGING. AND. ROPE.
fjiunrd and IIeUe immediate1! ,or the) will)Live the 1hs0 (Cr, HARDT KZ If CCTIEET COXCETRATEDIAXUREg,
plchcure loC settlloitb nn officer. I don't nucn Youth's TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
& Clothing. nun's A Snoss, CROCKETT AT GUSWAEE.Cl
f but all
ILls t
= ::- >r one or ) for I GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS .
-- I Oct. 8, I St.". 41 R. C. WILLIAMS.M. I Clotb Frock. Tweed C s,imere a.d fancy bntin't I n CLrJT1ICAnPET''GS. S"crt.itT.
--- -- "" A UETIES.
Coat, ,i .IJ'd Satinet Ot<'rstk<. blue pilot and blue I -0-
1 "' : : P. ELLIS I blirl et oTcriack fincv CuMimere Pan's block Cassiucr i YANKEE AOTIOiVSiDrto3 !
S II and 'r\r*>d Pants. &e.Hats.. GO&HCN BUriER AND ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE

: litERAL advance made on Ciittuo consigned; I TOBACCO Sauces, Li
_", 'I _Li I to first rial's houses in New York. I. ortraeiit of Nutria Pocket II.I Frnits and Vegetables in Catii.I't. Cotton and other Country Produce
9d .24. 1859 6111-59 .
= Sept Cassi nets,Plaiterr-lunge,Lao.Peash. 17. 1859. 88
t __ __ ______ smo.I' .
Havfli ck. Mute Mime Antique nnd "
Mantillas, Shawls, &c. boy's and chi'drei bats in every tl)le Genl' WOODRUFFjFEOV EXCHANGE :
Jui wia I be : bats fashionable moleskin bnts straight and bell IJf FOR GOODS ,
| I i .
bare just received on apeortment of baud and silk AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. ,
_bo rimy fAvor hull WE I shaped Men' Boys cloth caps plush cap .
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b* regularly; *appli I i 17'rzmrned
Cloth ManltUast Mantle, Stella Boots and Shoes. NEWPORT I
Oysters. Cam I j I Advances Made on 'CottonJ

to he obtnin in tlo and Clotilda SJiau-ls, Acir Styles of A very linre orlment I i-f Ladies mini I ; im O ii- AT j ,

cocking and serving Extension SLirls Ztlichamc and I, ttr<. Bu"kin. \11.1 I .Nipper; of eu'sry rjuibty and sIn 3d Station Walker's Mill PLANTATIONS SUPPLIED
city | mlb and wi:b.tit b"rlOent.t ln'!t car! watepronf ON.LIBE4RALTERMS. '

IHiinrr Combination Corset's, JfC., I Root nnlsliocs? Plin'cr 11O' and Shoe of nil ""\ riTII a ifood supply of Barr-rmij Rope Twine, '

low .. I kiiiiU Huntrr'n Cuoti i"ilUghflcilC h xt*, ontlik > V New I-In r. Salt RIII- U hicks\'. Him. Beon. .\- I! IF YOU WANT GOOD GOOPS AND '
which will cell eitremh CHEAP GOODSCALL
%i1! be attenled to | we at price and D.>v's RM.t. lUSh MIO ., R pit''t \lrily of ChilI ShouIJ..r' Ci! 'e.e. L.ird Butter ansi I..u pokbiijir f
LiqutTd tiIh. .. j iln'n'* Sill i-s.Ac A large supply d R'i fe >. with good ktoik .f )r1':a'*
Ou 8. 1M69. OcM>rr B. IPS' 41StCarpets Northern nIsi Maditun made TolJueco.0 AT THE -

- -- &c. j I ALVO hardware nn' Iron NtiK Notion. Smidc i IDry Goods

| dl<-i\'. I incy G...!., Crockery, GUdaware, rrfuaie j j CaSH A. KTID EXCHANGE ROOMS
TWO AND 'TIWt.C PLY CARPETS. i ry. Tinware. Lll'Bagging. i Assortrrcnt of evrrv thing in thc Tiade.uiii f I

: : Piintrd Dtngyrt, over three yards wide, -
NEW STORE 4 Quarter, Hemp Cerpciin'ivtt ., Eope. & Twine. I ; I OF .

LAWRENi/L : \ Rugs and M..t4. I A full supply of. Family Groceries ell-b as Ever tin'K from n ntrdl* (to nr f r bor. !
Ju'e and Aliciiit D..r Mats, i,flee Suar. Rice "N'ap' Cmnilc vpicM. TC'I"I Icd.a Rubber Bel.ing an I Patkin always I on bind j CJeo.7 -. colt;, crallnhn .ce' : .

f T. : I 2 i nu.J..I Ullllt& Bisge.Ftreaheiy (I. .4 J. MESiINNIsS. I Burning Fluid CiK Puiut, Tobacco. Niuf A good supply l Cvpiew Syrup Bnrrels. j jI I ;

CITiZKSS uitnn! | 1S59 41StBlankets Essences Sanlmis Sawn Pickle Sndafiatt! ic, 1 t I Liverpool anti lucy \V est bait. | _Sptcraber._ _17 1859._ S3 _. .
t<. oil) iui 1 n..iiuur Brandies, \\ me-.Gin Ruin and bmkey. Ail to be ,vlil at :"wpuit pilots for cult or C/'UII' "
gait it..k..f I I ALVO a good assortment C Drills cotmtantly kept i try pruduLe I "i 1 buy or make aJvaacet oa COTt t Plantation
DRY .OIK &c.NEono cnband. I1C11C, UU:? 4 CO. I TOV; : Negroes, i iFOB. DR. J. A. GRANT, :

F\X"Y (:oon- I I : BLANKETS : II.lbll"seco.8..pt. 21, Itt?. S9 I mull! buy llulei Skies. Tallow, Btestraz, E.-, IIt [ S.A.LE. I Dentist
-- Poultrj. Surgeon
SHOES A d<. I chscnbr offer. at pnrate wle. hn plan'A' I ; -
an'la I nrat m j .. Jin 114 end 12 4 Bd B'antetd. I RICHARDSON'S.CB.csa t till Lake Jackl", ti rti.cr wit)" (ihe Ne- TTAVJNOWatedm
my S Lanenoter Quite, Honev Comb Quill. AGENT FOR TEE Sl.t-k. Piovisknif aid -
tbcreoii. 171.
turn u lapte.I f"r LINENS gt'nel" Iniplemcnts Tal ahas**, pill
Rail Way Ku-rs Travtiluv Blanket. I It Also Lie Hoi.ee bold Furoitcre.
0'|*' f r in-(.tKii. WAKULLA IRON WORKS. II beb.pytoweiIaaali -
11.,1! fir alc DAMANS DIAPERS U. !
taSbtrhiiiriit, the "erv : J iift received byrt'69 tS8Private I -- CEO. A. CP.OOM. I tiio.. WI)'t ar. dl.irog
i iI
At.l .,: ,' < .41-61 OJr J..Mr..G I / 1ONSsL'MER of Rictuiirf IANI5I. and those I I Se1i 17 1I9. ISIfBlacksmith ohiC.eyies. All work '
xpn ( HI I w,11111\I\I lure 1.itid I.e aHe
--- i n fo
I i desirous ot, f\hll1illing Mir eseLa, rbouhl! '! or procure | done him
r -eti "i". .nal.l.| ||. yMMiM at tl .T1..rl..ft stork t.C by lie warianU _
Boarders.MRi notice well
I I see that the articVs they pnrcLtfe *rc sealed with Notice.rpHE -
T'- "'.I| ,tr4liitr j Mills fruin to give general 'at'eta-
j ?0.iuJ cpvarJ. Coin S meMtd..S'i; !
Ihe lull of ibe hrm, ar --
name I
ISP.5- I.I"C lie *"-"I' I : BORN is ft: nrJ tot k. Day Boards I Mills AcAe. THOS. UOODRUPR I Ii tion. Dr Grant wnbea ti
.."icm-StHk in ft. ,-.i.;tl.Ce ,'.u'li LI tbe C51iiol.o'ifhe cmorJuJge 1. N. EICnAI'D!OX. PrS'8 & OfcDEX, : N. B OONI; | .ierornmodi'iin fur Travelers to call tn..attention.ftbo
IIj inj n nj.i.sl$ J ; nl'P cite the dwtdUigof Bik.r tie .,,. .,. :< I' i'irai.t,'e of the oii3due ac J t'jrability of tIe i!i I Sept 10. 185 tI.t'I i iofferin i wflhtootbuehe T' -- _

QUICK SAlES JOII.ill hf tuiwer W mate those exJinfortable who mapttn > Go-"i'. -- ----- --___ _ J, I to an excellent fnetficme invented by himself -
i This C'Iutii" rerdtlcd ie'cntiiliyrseery, a, ': winch will fivtj i ioim Jia. ,.bC Srfp
"(' \ .. .. .. u!s" .r. i Fall and Winter Goods. !
ur : | i lies ifjnfsriprgnJ Liwns | after
c"*. :11I1 I O'I..IO-r S. 15:1. 41 large qnant de\"e; ir I one Thong it will I b* without ic To mH ocheart
I. .
Tee. ijie I) .' i pri-parwl. wa*.n after f eav n and *eae* .1 I w'tb 11.1' : are now r..i1'in our mm S'ok'OC FALL us Climate and Necra'; nei-'ni To. ".
'e a iiWol Notice. name or Richards, by Irtt-b H-II.K.. wbrX-> WE and 1MER GOODS. confuting vf tbe II t ennn.4 b t- ..aceIhLII.. ho aim Dr. AlIf'.at

Oii&- !: Special lees of the injury titus inflict e:i alike.ti> tbe;A< usual ranelT of ti ted Tooth Renovator CIM! OcaAaer. bttOfrti* .oln .

1. 18:9. "T AM Tery m si us-t.. t\r ep the Iff.iln "f n<> /.n
i J_ l.i.*.:..tt A t Pix-le p.fl n indebted 1 tle'iw.ll will not readily abandon a business v P" t LACKS CITD BUSINESS LV ALL ITS ; not-f:lly eteamH! vill taut & I to.jhv|_ Dr. a
I'l.I a e call on toe d 11:1 (JrK 1. cay? and mike ,bile purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a, : GROCERIES HATS. C A PS. I bnal1C'l. will be carried tin ul..rtt.C..fe. at tb. '. calL OrncK o\ !
:i.000 SAt l I pajniru\\ tr I will be coo-pell'd:: JO ue. 1.1Ifice : woithlcfs clnracter. .* I BOOTS SUOES Ac.wbicb I OLD STAND.v ib. wideveinedwha' rctorrm _A be* "tpr tv dropped at tW Pea Qfic wilt
..* D. L. III LI... J.BULWCKE&J.B.LOcKE. Agent. j thanks for and n3-ct whhpeon4 tcu1IIiJn. : .
hind: i< 01 cr die Store formerly C : we will't'l1l1t ow pr'iftf.O. I solicit a oliqtutlOo..f the pcbhc ( .: ,;
aow1J. b. rCRlJ n. n. 1'\)01.E. 30 Church St., New York, i iPept A7.. lIEOIXXI t patronage hertcit're m lib rullr txten:o. I S ... Tlrll d:.J..tAM.t..r.. .. f/
v S IwP.si it 4Hr C4. IPS'[*. 89- Iv c" ., JT'I, 1*. t-9. m* -
fist 1. ()ct.8,1t. rf n. lCI3SSt Jolt I. leu. S ;'. C. WII/OX. ,

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( i iiT:5TiIValuableInventions I .. .
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: -- MILES NASH &. CO.

The Floridian & Journal t- t ASSMANN'S: HOSTETTER'S Tallahassee Pen. & Geo. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &l

-0PmmLEB.PS--- IRON HOOPS AND TIES RAILROADS.Change ) t from New York :
: : ,:!) @i. d ,v.ySLTURDAY; IyI.MES ; : : FOR COTTON BALES JUSTrr..ind assortment of
: s. JONES & C'HAS K::DYKI t: ECONOMICAL AND VARIETY STEEL BLADE -,- Far Ole OnCe of Dyppda.InUgetlon.Jli..e. such as Oils of almost every .kind Burning iluiu'
flatulency. L" or any .SiJioisi .: White Lead Zinc nnd other IlIIi2'. \V uxlox" Glass of
At Two Doi.LArs'per annum ill advance ; :EIcw I Price C (tent j>erpound.-2oper cenhts : ./ppi.,producing nutrt/ut Cramps 4 artion Iii best anahiy l'utty rUlt.I'olah S Spkini

ADVFRTISIVO : Pateute.lJune2I-s }83U.ft. : titan Rope.A jJI' .tIrts.. .. o Oelatl .L luD }[uFt.rd. ( ey ,
NT one eori'i.lering tbesdvsntiagesof Irnn01'l1r In f ict tliat everymember of i Schedule. for medlfIAI purposes, SPIt( Perrr. I.ron Syrup
first iirUun. $1 One of 1 5 Ii" -..or less
d square*" each ** i o Tire Most Economical i Convenient and Ef. I Rope M a material for binding Coib'nB.tc,, Ole human family is more or Use subject to inKSVniiiina, i cm mi, Bark Fxtra't Boat,;
I'UI..toqUt'llt ficient Cultivator Ever Invented. will (Ic surpi'ised that it lins not bet-n ad..pt..i11oag.i"t"CII. some of the above complaints, --0 AcAc.. and a general assortment of IVpultr rat"t
Crofetsitnalanl Bjsme!s Card iTteftedl\t't10 Ir! I I -- -c.oTII -- In its sccuntv against fire there is an dvtwhrlmiag numerable other conditions in life, which, I rpHR Department hiving ordered n d nly mailslr- Medicines.. We keep none t 11 the very best and|

annum for ad.. n. by the assistance of a little knowledge or JL and \\aUr's Mil hope to merit
not marked with the numberin'.rtlons ef -1 EN'proJ'<<'rlI made and 1 used if it do n t reason Us piu vice between Tllalel' your patronageMILES
until forbid and I'\ thus it..el(, I herein pledge'mvelf :to The Presses in the Staport Cities have been nle exorcise of common sense,th.y may b ableso the Train will run on Ild the first of JantiarlSLe9 NASH, t CO.
will be continued cbarge.1 prvtc
:: return the m nty to tliose who purchase rights fIharir < main cause of its nol being generally adopted ; tut to regulate their habits of diet,ad wit as follows: March 29. 18116 18BLACKSMITHING
acc.rdiJgIy.rrcertifkatea limitations that o'jwtion' ill pentrslly and the Oleaisl'irn the assistance of 1 good tonic, secure permanent I the Pen fr Geo. Railroad :
of publication of l legal l or "fO.tnte [ \ r..mtH.r this 01
health In order to
l the laigs-et m N. 0., give it accomplish P. M !
Requires but one Stock for 1.in.1 I of a Blad, theJr..r..r. Leave daily at..4
fee i
i any
will not be unlit the adtertising :! Talabasse .
f*>licf s gueu: Iron desired object, the true course ptrne'
ten of which may be put on, fllelt ned, and taken olf, core over rnle. 1 !>.F *sinnn .lnr. that t natural Arrive Mill bv. .. .530PM. untl ivMiraed
IlIIi.1. in one minute the, improvement 11, sane iff the propnetors ali! iL' certainly, which will produce 1 Leave Walker's Mill daily at. . .SAM. TiE nigner'Ln and red Six
the least hazard of vital town I.a. wok3
at ope
; I* adapted to cod. subsoil.hillside.*nd general c.1. adopted from the fait that it is found after long t-X':: stte strength thugs and life ; for this end Dr Hostellerhas Arrive at Tul.haSf'e by .. .. .USOA. SLC..nstecting the same Mr. K-Jin's.

WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S 1 titatioti, and may be turned luto a dot Me i plow 11 prl..nt.to combine the gt'ates roents one yet in made simnliul ty] introduce to this country a prepare at Walker. Mill will Post Coaches naze blio,)Luilqir1ith. opposite Exchange, wl..re all kind

desired and is constructed that seed planter may application I tion ST6MACH Moiiticello tn every evening of the weak ex.:: I' of Black-snnibing will SIVU.K NU1B.ERLOTTERIES be attached to it, the cost of which will not czcec is so prepared as to require no change for rrcomnrc ull, lOSTETTEn'is not a new cepting Surnlay auJ.twice a week connecting ; wiLh defpitch He can I with confidence

I one dollar a'in. TI.II <.b,intin0' the only remaining difficult medicine, but one that bas bn tried for COHIlies running to Mitbduu, Alligator Baldwin arJacksonville hive patronized him Ler'tfort for the .tt
Every part is delaehahle and adjuitatle to itll'1r.] at the sea board: ciiir<. satisfaction to who have wh. work. .lluafll
years giving
I I tRASt1
..- -_ The stock, which may be made vf common p"le The hoops are sent of any length from fight to ten, used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon On the Railroad : January 8. 1853. IAHfX
the Ti
I plank! is so simply constructed, and there being 110: feel and a full einnnteevn lint: neither s the stomach, bowels and Talo/m.fscl .
t Grand Capital Prize $100,000 I meld in (the iron fart, that tbe who'e: plow lay be nor Hoop shall break received And further,ihe that same all cotta i ihun t a healthy and vigorous action, and I.eave at.Tklhbalee.. ... . ..'. .!. .(.except. .. .Sunday.. .....10.)' A. 3Arrt'e I Plank Road All Right!
the Stuitli afltr bound in shall be on t"flS of
rralny l put up by COU.OMIDCSI .uce I t..n thus by the simple strengtheningnature A M. I.
AKIA: 0!\E PL1ZE TO 1nnyt >E TIC''KELT! b .nnd cotton 'I-be process at Marks by..l.5
l the
all wb at the < undersigned having purchased entire
; obtaining a correct pattern. The < 'illi..n of )i s I'rnl 8 rope ,enable the system to triumph over rpHE in
Leave !M. Marks daily ( Suuday)
-- hare' seen and tried it la that it will be the eight per bale is about the same as Rope, not ote disease Diarrhoea, or flux, fo except JL tere of tb Georgia Florida! Plank R. ,1
P BAruve .
llyenter at. ... . . . .. .
The Extraordinary Drawingsof ONLY PLOW USED p.und more or It'S. generally contracted settlers, and it Tallahassee at. .. .. ., 3.30 ]'. M. i Company will put the same ill good tra veiling order
have of it, l be relied Tbe sit tolls
show the Ship Jt.r we caused principally by the change of water Tins may on. rat I have re
Wood Eddy & Co's Single Number Lotteries i ill its niruts are penerally km.wn, and lie, olilli"n Conch New Port *
n soon ns give the numerous t.'mmcul.lation."I and diet, will be speedily regulated by a Connecting with Pul to u amv ducml some 25 renr To persons at Bel-An
take place in public. under the bup'rintend.-nce vf taking several years together it will be but a 8mall have: aWl'lJ brief use of this preparation Djspepsia, 0( and returns before tbe dt-pirture: of tbe I I within t.. pl by the season a asutable de.h i ,

Sworn Commis!ioneis, at Augusta,Gaas follow*: I jait (.f pr<'''enl [,low rxpentes bein? not only tI.e The undersigned masters r.r veesels having Iad a disease which is probably more prevalentwhen I Trim; and with the line of Mail Steamers bet wee' I tion will be made But the ruinous credit lyat"0 so

Clan Xo. 47 D,.awa Saturday, bvitmbtr 19. IPS;! most comeuiHit but cheaxsl| plow which cm 00 tIe, cotton compressed with F'accman's new Iron BrA'ps taken in all its various forms, than New Orleans Key West and Cuba and interedite I abused in this region and on tins road I cant: stand.

Llaxt A'o. 51 Draw Saturday, Dtctmltr 17, 185!9. I, Farmers may fit their prwcuV: supply of bculer... and lies hereby recommend the same. Tie bale any other, Ole cause of which may always |points on the Gulf arriving at St. Marts,on tlir wny Somebody must pay for Ctlg the ro.d Suizalledcdueiiie.s

(,1..1'0. 56 Drm Saturday, January 21, ltd Shovels and-bwteps' (or this stock, and I even tune Wing \\'1.1 comprised, aud the buttons or hoop., be attributed to derangements of the dig. t Key West on the 18th and let or :, eacb I made t those running 5 soil 6 nnile

Clan }; CO; Dratct Saturday. ftlruttry 111, 16CiEXTRAORDINARY the wings off their wrought Turning Plows and fix never breaking when thrown don m tbe Ship's huh tive or HTH. -can be cured without month and arriving at St. MArk on their way 1 to teams bv the season, when arrangements are ni'l4,

-0-- lair Ibis. sr when stow'tit: wing HOSTETTER STOMACH BIT- New Orleans <'n the 15th of each montli.- tr..rd.aIJ. ERR RICHARDS.

DRAWINGTo -0-- L. L. Coudey, Capt. Ship lufuves Davcnpor TER per directions on the bottle For Whenever these slays come oa Sunday the Train I Rclard.li. April 9. '59. 13
PEET.J J1 I R A Robinson Madras, every {, will recommend will run on that lay to connect
take place as above specified. James Tomas, Henry Bitters of some kind, then why not ED'A AHD HOUSTOUN, CO :UlrIW AN OLD I DAN D

1 Grand Capital Prize of$1QOQQQ iIMtJIth DISTRIBUTOR A. Talbot, Harenscoktt, use an article known to be infallible t. Prest. Sup't. TOIt UNCAS. .
John Dean, James Hint, Every country have their Bitters a a preventive *. 1 4 CUR D. Missionary among the Indians of
1 185
!! John C. Wilner, Mulbou8e.I. of disease, and strengthening o January the Rocky,"uul\in., discovered

Patented June 21st, 1859, Koppeuholdt, Ella A. Clark, the system in general and among them &R.REPLANTthat proves t
1 Prize or .. a60,000 1 Prize or . 16,000 P. Merill, t Bark K-mball! there is not to be found a more healthy SCHEDULE OF TRAINS COX,UlMIX U certain cure lo
1 Pria. ot .... 30,000 II I 1 Prize of. 6.000 A D A PTED to the sowing and distributing of aoy; I.Tbe price and Ties At N. O. is 6 people than the Germans, from who ON n"'rliti. Asthma Cuo"up
1 Prize of .. 16.000 20 Pnzell or . 2,000 : _LJL_ kind of manure and tt'rtilizenheILer fine or o HoP made to 11t'rchallt.cent preparation ..maOte based upon scientific TiE CUrED. XervnusAflVctHDsCo.ghs,
100 Prizes of . 1,00' coarse either in broadcast or to drill Any cart or per pound his attlder! to advance Cold. Ac Hating now made hisCOVSUMPTIOV
1 Prize of 10.000 for ,and all urd.r.will receive proinp fxpriml.'nl RAIL ROAD.
1 l'rize ot . iOoo 100 Pnzes of . 600 'I wagon on a plantation may be readily fixed for tin attention city acceptance by F BLLCHLIt, this great preparation m the I FLORA '"rtn"1 "J retired from business,

1 Prize or .. 1.000 100 Priaes of .. "00 I purpose at a trifling cost. Any planter pi ring it ;a Commercial Place Agent.yew medical scale of sicnce. I he will send the prescription end

1 rrize vf . ,OOO150;/ Frizee or .. :wo fair trial and finding the above to be not true will 12J Orleans, June /59. S-l-Cm e_ CURED directions fur preparing the medftmrfret -
have tin 1 -
PRIZES. money FEVER of(}.r j lo all who desire -
\rrROXIUTIO One of tbe greatest labor faring lov"lItionll-tbe GREAT: IIVETIO\ OF ACE and Axe Its FERNAXDINA DAILY it, aiM will his agent
This trying provoking LEAVES t
farmers bare needed.Those TiE dt wc u
4 rr's r-r f600 appro'g to !lOO.OOO prize are U.400 very thing so long TiE -- relentless grasp on the body of man,reducing him t CONSUMPTION enclosing to tamps ((6 cents,) t;
4 'I 500" WOOO" 2.000 -- of ,and renderuif (SUNDAYS EXCLPTED,) pay retain letter, with a cf.
.. Stale Gear's Machine for Cutting,Planing, a mere.llo.In a ihort space tie t.e
4 400" 80.000" 1.00 wishing to purchase or County Right Moudng. ) ..(
defected CURE! scrption thtir Th
Charleston and Sivanoah straptoma
Dim and mentally out arrival Steamers from -
.. for either of tbe above Inventions to be Forms physkally Ole b
4 300 Of 1/1,000"/ 1,20 or wishing &c., Irregular in ON Old Doctor Las cured
and drIven from the body by the UK of 10STEEl'SJENOWNED connecting at Callahan with Stage fTrader's < mere the
1 200" 10.000" 800 com agents for tbe sale of right, now hate an opportunity .
4 ----
Turth of the above Ccntreville Baldwin with S00 """ *f alone
.. Bi rEJ. for
20 100"' 6,000" 2,000 great grain.Adl.lreu Las become the owner of th not contracted when. exposed fur Tallahassee at Tiail with aivj hopes M )>tople un
undersigned itated disease can t Stage ; Bridge Stag aflCt.d.
iOOO prize. or $20 are. .. .. . .. .100,000 KeT JAMES PEELER. THE b
sell this valuable machine i in oppurtuni
Tallahassee Florida to use and any ordinary conditions producing tbe If the BItters for Middleburg; and at Starke with Stages fer New CURED. aail \

6,520 Fntrs amounting to .. . 616,00\ My son, A J. PEELER will act ns my, agent at : }'Iorida and ha now offers individual aud Count; a used a per directions. And as I neither creates nr.Dlille. Gaiusvill, Micanopy Flemmgton, and the tI, I Ue he Doctor cad (lefsre wishes h.t dies d...sI
who desire to One of nnneces- -
..-- sell Rights to any may pure-base nausea nor oHendi the palate,and rendering Ooala.
this place and ill authorized to Individual, Curs
\\'IIOLC: TICKETS $J0! ; Hints (10 ; QIARTIRS (5EIGHTHS ; ty:CT State Rights' ,or employ agents for the sale or the Machines can be seen in operation at any time at soy any change of diet o Interruption t usual pmrauIU LEAVE Starke Jaily.(Sundays excepted,)on ai. CONSUMPTION Address aI! letters 16DANIEL ADEE.
the of I. W. Dowen at the Tallahassee R. R Fernaodma with!
12.50. JAMES PEELER. shop ,but promotes ileep and healthy dlgeob rival ot Stages, and connecting at
the fUn
-..- June same 30. 1859. 31-ly Depot The machine is simple la illl.truction- the complaint I thus removed as speedily.as I consistent Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, CURED. Box 3531 P O. New York,
to cut a variety of thorough and and Who i. Ins sold agent.January .
THE ORDINARY DRAWINGSof adapted greater with the production a po.nt Tuesday, Wednesday Friday.A.
and slrfarel than any other yet m\enied Itsca- H. COtE, Snp't.May 1, 1859. 1-ly
Wood. Eddy and kinds of
pacity is equal to twenty men, in some advanced 1, 18118. 18
Georgia, as foil..wsClatt : For Persons years
Augusta i
but small
work much more It occupies speceonlfrons Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE
RETAil and -- ----- --- ---
45 Drnv* on Saturday, yoremler 5, 1859Clatt three to four feet square i!sufficient-and re Who are suffering from a enfeeUed constitution

48 Dratct en Saturday ovrmbfr 12, 1F58Clntt -- DEALERS IN- -- quires but little power t drive it Every kind ur Infirm body., these Bit a invaluable a a restora- Broome & Thompson* OF rf Leon.FLORIDA, )J
48 Than on Saturday JV"oi

50 Dravt OH Saturday. Jltfttnbrr 10, 1859 1 CI s Ac. Ac., can b turned out by it with astonwbm; these Bitters a luJupcnsaUe, especially.where the fj of Bennett BradleV 1 late of Leon. county, derea.
Drav Dcermfcr *. \ mother nourishment inadequate the demandsof formed ed, having filed in the PVobate ofhce ofsaitlcuuistv a
aces 6t on Saturday, 24, l$5 a.V.1I neatness and despatch. I t r f HE undersigned have a cpartnerllip|
Close CS; ]Jrflll:. on Saturday, Dcctmbrr 31, 1853 I D '("! JFRE RICHARDS. the child,coneoent.1e strength must yield, J. under tbe name of BROOME A THOMPSON, written suggestion that be believes the estate of the

t (tat 54 J>rart VH bnturduv January 7, I860. I _July I 16.1859 ___29Iy? __ and here it I where a good tonic,such .Ilostetter's ior the transaction of a aid Denn..t Bradley t be ir'!vent,therefore" notice
Clan 55; Drav on Saturday, January J.I. l 6oCltui t) Stomach Bit Is needed to impart temporary itrength is hereby given to all persons having claims at>m l
57 Jtravt on Saturday January 28. 1t6OIDI&I3 I Southern Plows, Corn Shelters, &c. and vigor t the system Ladies should by.all means GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS said estate to appear and file the same with the Judge

--------- II I "- s A. }.. MAYHER & co., try this remedy for all cases of debility. and before. in the city of FerrmnJmi. They will give prompattention r>f Probate of said county,op or before the Cd day of

DRA'VTING7 EDC'TALLAHISSEE\ doing, ask your physician who I he !acquaintedwith to the sale or shipment ot cotton and othei January next, when there will be a pro rata ,Iiltribu.
No. S4 1KSKY STREET, recommend their tion of said estate amongst the of said e.tas
To take aboi the virtues of the Bitters wilt produce, and will make liberal advances on consign erPltors
place as e specified tttY.A .
NEW \"Rt use in all case of we\ue. mcnts fur sale here,or for shipment to their fneuda nSaiannah D. W. O\V Judge of Probate.
I CRAM PRIZE OF. .. .. .$50,000. f'Ll:1J: F. M A Co.would respectfully inform Southern ( We caution the public against July 5, 1859 "-6m

1 Prize of. .120,000 I 1 Pnzes of. .81501 now rceuving a lari,e and fre'b supply of Merchants and Dealers in ACu\'LTl'RAL vising JTOS.any many imitations or counterfeits Charleston, N. York or Lirerpool. -- --

1" 10.000 | 60 . 501 ARE variety of ai tides kept by DrugiUrLAXTLRS. ; IJruJuNT that they are still UAMFACTHIINO ai but ask for IlcwrvrtiR CELEBRATTD They will negotiate in the principal markt of thi Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .

1" . 5.000: 100 . 400( PHYSICIANS, kind of both Steel and Iron Sot nEN PLOWS PLOIICASTIVOS STOMACH BITJ and see that each bottle States, the sale.of Bond iSlued by State OF FLORIDA, )t
. CWRN SIIKLLEIIS: GRAIN CRADLES, ant has the words .Dr J. lT.osU.tter StomachBitters" several Railroad thu
1" 4,000 100 . S0< and others will find at this establishment a lAT -by the Companies-by counties Leon County j jJB. f
1" . 3,000 Ii too" . no always STALK: CITTESS, Faa MILLS, STORK TRICKS : blown on the side of the bottle, and or incorporated towns, and other good "cun
full of thing needed in our line and or J EFFCOA T. administrator "r tbe estate t or
100ApprxitmitH .. 100( supply every then and CANAL BARROWS. Gt* GEAR, SEGMENT CASTINGS, (tamjx d 011 the metallic cap covering the ties, and will receive and execute orders for investment .
as liberal terms as they can be had in any Sou Ao Ao I for the 1 RADE. Also, and observe that A.Shuler) of Leon county liar
expressly SOt'EI cork, our autograph signa in the sane. They will attend to the purcbas atl dt'eea.e.
>n Pi tzt*. Market. Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly attebdcal on. hand all kinds of AGRICLLTLRAL AND HORTICLLTI lure is on the label sale ofREVL mgfiled in the Probate office of s.ml county "rittef

4 Przes of$400 appro g. to f 50.000 prize an$I.IOO to and filled with the same correctness as i ipersonally if RAL hrLE3ENT MACHINERY: SEr FERTiLIzERS, 07 Prrpartd and sold fcy HOSTETTER fc or su grttioti that he believes tbe estate.fiii'.l E. A.
4 .. :100" 20.000 .. 1. 00 : purchased by Customers. To Cash and Cc, Ac. which we sell at LOWER PEICES than any ESTATE: THIS CITY Sb-tfer to be illsfluot. therefore notice t* hereby
.. time we f..el confident in saying: we SMITH, PIttsburgh, Pa., and sold by all
buyers all claims saidestkte
A 2,0" 10.000" 1,CICIO prompt other house in the United Stitt-s We have a Descnptive in town or county in the Middle, Easters or giVID to perrons having against
4 S" 1),000" 900 can give them eutire .al (.Jdi"lJ. Our STOCK comprises holtsftle Priced Catalogue.which we wit! DruggIsts, rotr and dealers generally Southern or any Dixtricl of t lorida. Persons baviag sue! to appear and file the annie with the Judge of Probate

4 .. 2bO" 4,006" 800 furnish on application by or Al. throaghout the United States, Canada,South for sale,!will do well to furnish them plat of said county on ..r before the 1t of Februarynext

j 4 .J5 O" 3OQQ" 60C Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Goods warranted to be as represented Imcrlfa and GnmaD!. with property accurate di.cript]ons of quality location im when there wi be a pro tistrbrto of

4 100 fa 1, OO" 40 Moiliunm, Varnishes, A. 1-. A CO. SCOVIL MEAD provements, price, terms, Ac.: with the name of some said estate among crPitrl of said eette.
6,000 prizes of 20 ;lrf..l Cbciiucah, Putty, Send 1 for our Price I nt. No 54 Vesev St, N. Y NEW OKLrUNX& LA., who will show the properly on D. W WYNN. Jude .
fluid person applitioo
Perfumery, Burring Successors to John Co. (Who established Aug. 13, 1859. 33- m
-- Cam Mayber. Wholesale Agents.Sold We will attend to the settlement ef aganst .
Paints, plane. cIIS ---- - --- -- -- -
5,485 Pi'lies: amounting to .. .. .. IS20.00C the burners in 1820)Aug ) tbe Fedetal or State Governments 01
Oils Glass Ware, jr. m. NASH servres
by r.nviin. 4
__ 20 1259. 3 I-3m- ___ ('O., aud AMES IIKLTalIahaM substitute during tbe recent Indian War. Notice.SIX *
WHOLE TICKHS $10; HALMCS f 5 ; Qt ARTERA: f25 Fine Soaps Window GlassManufactured Florida. 0 In addition to their Commission Department, tbennd..rsigned months from the first publication of this no
----- - --- -- ---- Fine Tooth and Hair Tobacco, Plantation for Sale. .
1859. 15-
Aprils, ly hate purchased the entire tbe undersigned aduiuistratordebonunon,
CO.'S Brushes Patuit Medicines
PLANTATION six. miles from Tallahassee, I STOCK of Goons of Messrs. ELLIS A THOMPSON with the Will <>f all and singular the goods
GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS PainL Brush ell, Fine Havana begars, TIE the Bainbridge road, known the Scot lane 250,000 Acres chattel, rights annee. which were nf John Wil--
Surgical Instruments, Medicine Chests, 8 of-Raifoad to which they will make large additions at an early crrit.
MJMBEIl 1L.\ I plantation containing 960 acres of land about 60( ford deceased, late county. will kis
OX THE ThREE day They will keep constantly on hand ah extensive Le present
suited to Plantation and Family use, and ali Lands for
I of which are ceare.having a new Dwelling and well assorted Stock of final account and vouchers to tbe Judge of Probate
CAPITAL .'HIZHnFSiOOOOO4J1 ItLEVIt3 & BI.V\UIES-f.>r HiDiriRAL purposes. necessary buidinJ including a new Gin House, lands are composed of the alternate sec of Ln county and ask to be discharged from his

: -ALbO- Screw and .. The tract might be adantageoucly THESE I either side of the Fensacola it Georgia Dry Goods, Hats, Boots & Shoes, Clothing) siJ
800 OUNCES 8ULPH QUININE \ divided.Propositions Railroad,granted by the United Stales and State of baddlery and Harness, Groceries, (Liquor SILL. Adm, Afr

TaLe piece on the Lout Saturday ill each Month ,I f'r the purchase of the win,:e or anj I Florida to aid in buidiDg; this road Those now offered excepted,) Provisions, Plantation May 14, 1559. o6m
D. H. AMES, M. LIVELY. will be received until the 1st of December next
the line
part located extendingfrom
'WJIOU TICKETS flO HALVES Mo QIARTCRS f5 are part Utensils Doors Windows
: ,
; ; ;
EIGHTHS ?2iO. I May 14, 1859. 20 and if not sold tbe place will bo for rent the ensuing Tallahassee to Alligator, a distance of 10mie. Notice.
For Urms, which be at a )long credit foi and and other Building Mate
year. may Mo t of them are in the cimty: of
-- ---- SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, three fourths of the prehal apply to me in Tala. I They embrace every Tan rials,Furniture,Irons SIX Month after the first piblicat of th. no-

CerUfi.'atei of Packages will be sold at the follow I CA1\I.PHENE: basses ety of soil Suwlnn..e from lads Rve. merely for timber and Hardware ann! Cutlery, Castings, and a great e of, the Probate undersigned of Leon will county present, his final to account lion>
which the risk of Mrs. S. A. BLTTON Ju
rates, :
w Agent the
the most valuable description tor other
KEROSENE A. LAnD OILS naval stores, to variety of articles.All vouchers as administrator on tbe Estate of JohnW.
Certificatea of 10 Whole Tickets .?6C 10, 1859. 37-81 I of Sea Island and Short Cotton, Sugar,
.. ot l'ackage.. : I. For sale by AMES A LIVELY SCpl production of which they will sell a Wholesale or Retail Townsend,dcceaedlte of said county,and ask
10 Half 4C I and other
Tobacco agricultural
Rice ,
proucsI Tor CASH, or good commercial ac- t. be .
.. 10 Quarter 21M 1>lAy14. 1859. 20 Notice.rl"HE I of ('lorida. A )large proportion are pine lands basedon at Omnlry Pruce. fartorab'yivitb diami LITTLETON WHITE, Adm'r.
I ---- ------- sepfances prices compare
10 Eighth Of. 1C The Original Extract Quality subscriber offers for sale hill place "UDE' clay with dense and large forest growth, resembling those of any city in the South We invite mer May 7, 1859 Y

-- -- ," within a mile and a half of Tallahassee, I much the best pine Ur'ds of Baker county, Oeorgn :hauls and all other purchasers to examine out stock -- -- -- --, -- -- '
To ordering 1 cket. or Certificates enclose tile Corn Starch and two and a half of Del Air. The place Cntinli with tbe difference in their favor that climate JAMES E BROOME Tax Sale.
amount <,f money to our adJrts, fur what you wioli of land is to nod to tbe seaboard make them admirably ,
320 good
REPARED for Piiduioge:, Ice Cream acres as I b proximity THOMPS N
B.V. < .
to purchase; name the Lottery in which yon wu>b it P Cuitards Pies Pom/p,&c tbe same distance of Tallahassee; a new GIN adapted for the production of Si'a Inland Cot Urn and virtne of the authority ye.te in me by law,
in\ested. and *bother you wish i Wholes, Halves 01 Cakes, Dance Mange, AMES A LIVELY: : HOUSE and SCREW and all necessary out buildings Sugar The best of these lands will February 19, 1859 8-ly BY shall sell, 0 the first Monday in December

Quarters, on receipt (fInch we send what is ordered Received fresh by and an unfailing well of excellent water Th be found in the crops of corn sugar cane, lung and -- ---- -- text before tbe Court House t''for in Lh city of Tal

by lInt man, tngtth-r with the scheme -May -21. 1859----- 21Congress House is commodious and convenient, containing short staple cotton now growing on them and adjacent FISK'S PATENT lETLI lahRI4 doting legal hours, a public outcry, tbe
Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Draw twelve rooms with store rooms ali t'10at. etc. and similar lands, which those wishing to purchase (ullowing lands lying in Leon county, near Manning

ing. Certified to by the Commissioners, will be soul Water. I will sell with tbe place my house nnd lot at are requested to call and examine The purcha BURIAL CASES ion, via: The W | of the N W }, Section 19, Tow

with an Explanation AFRESH bUI'PLY, just received aol fur sal BelAir. -ALSO- !ers ,'i have( access to both the Gulf and Allan hip 2, East 3 North, containing 80 acres more otrr
t5J Purchasers will please write their signatun AMES A LIVELY tie ports Florida. to which our roads are now built .. Sold to'pay the State aud County taxes for

plain and give their Post Office, County and State May 14, 1859 20White 23 VALUABLE NEGROES. and being extended, n>d on the completion of the tbe years 1854, '5. '6."!. '8 aod'9. Ownotowo

All communications strictly confidential I ---- --- -- -- Terms made known 0 applcation.. BREVARD connection of the Penvicola,
QF* All prize. of 11,000 and under paid i use Lead. 37Plantation Main Truck road of Georgia the principal part of .tVly23,181. Bf: _

diately after the drawing-other prizes at the qj I Sept, _10.1859 these lands will be in ten hours travel of Savannah
EXTRA and No. 1 Ground in LID ------
of PURE pure about 24 hours travel of both Rosevood Finished Latest Patent,)
time Notice.SIX
thirty daysAddress I They are at present in .
Oil, juEt received and for sale by }
for sale.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates to Charleston and Savannah by steamer to Feruarvlma AIK-TIGHT AND I DE.tcJBLEA Ibis
AMES & LIVELY months after the first publication of no
WOOD, EDDY A CO., Augusta,Georgia. I May2l,1850. 21 '] IIE subscriber offers for sale the Plantation ly- and thence by Railroad, ate., to Alligator These SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on hand : the undersigned executor of the last Will

or, WOOD, EDDY A CO.. Atlanta, Georgia.or _- --- -- --- ------- _s. ing five miles East of Tallahassee, on the 8tAujUlllinf lands were granted for Railroad purposes the and the by T.J. RA WI Undertaker. and testament of James deceased, will
EMONS Guava and Current Jellies !I'runes, proceeds of the sales are to be applied to pur. 20, 1858. 47 thefudge
WOOD, EDDY A: CO. Wilmington, DeL I..J Road known ..Faunteroy. It con- i chine iron for the road already graded or the NoremLr --- >resent isis final aeont a uer, t
Sardines Pickled Peach -- ----
Pears Oysters,Brandy ;
acres, more or \Itf8, as good land o of Probate of Leon county and to dielargeJ.
y: A list of the numbers that are drawn from e*, Preserved Lemons, Orange. Pine Apples aud !be found in Leon County together with the Negros a. cradmgof which w io rapid progress of completion. For Sale JOHN R WU1TEHEAD, Ex'r
the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each Green Marmalade Lemon Syrup. R"p"berry can ; To rffect this ,olject (the purchase of iron) prompt
Ginger, Gage Horses Mules Stocks of all kinds, Corn, Fodder 1859. 23-6m
one is entitled to, will be published after every draw do.. Strawberry do. Pine Apple do., and Ginger vales are desirable. and I invite the immediate atten VALUABLE WATER-POWER SAW StillS

ing, 10 the following papers: Augusta (f'f'R,) Con do, Raspberry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon, Lobster. l.He also the undivided half of that Tractof lion of all persons wishing such property and particularly A (Gmt Mill attached,)wit 600 acres Pine Land

rtitutionalust. Mobile Register JSaeliville Gazette,, Haddock. Halhbut nnd Sbftd Assorted Pickles,, Land,'i1 el miles tact of Bell.Air, planted individuals and c.mpanies desirous of purchasing lie Mill is situated about centre of the tract of Notice.SIX .

Richmond Dispatch Pauldmg (Miss) Clarion, New Scotch Ale and Porter and lying! Pettis A Chaires, known as Cornucopia ] in large quantities nod, and 2 miles from Station Nv. 2, Pen. A Gao.I. Months after the first _publieti! of tao
York Herald and New York Time 30,000 Havana Segars. occupied by and TURNS-One third cash, and the balance in one R. R. and t of a voile from said road. ,the present his > at
of Clay I UDdelgd
It contains 2,000
Nov. 14. 1857. 46-ly AMEs A LIVELY. Pine land. Also tbe abut half a're of all tbe Stock and two years with eight per cent interest,payable For further information apply to the nodei signed ouots to tbe Ho Ju of Probate of Laos county''
May 21, 18(9 21 annually in advance tbe premises or by letter and apply for a discharge administrator 0 the
hoes I
with ,
Ibe together rlows .
on place, &c
make BYRD.Bailey's .
For Sale. Settlers on these lands are requested to immediate Address a C. of raid county
---- -- ----- --- --- of David
BEN. dAIlIES Jr. Trustee
t application tome by letter at Tallahassee Mills, Florida. Etat Adm'r
Cod Liver Oil.
STEAM MILL with Circular Saw and GristMill Ben. C. and Oct"i. J. Cbaire. WALTER GWYNN September 3, 1859; 864mTaylor's 10.1859. SOSmNotice.

A attached, and in good running order En FRESH AND PURE of the celebrated "Brands" Sept 8, 1659 36tAttachent. Agent Pen.
gine of twenty horse power.. Two large Cylinder Clark A Co. & Rusbton's July 30. 1850 316mPROSSER'S Cotton Gins.
Boilers Large French Burr Stones, ID a word an For sale by AMES A LIVELY .

outfit complete Situated 1\ miles north of Manning May_21. 1859. ___21_ __ Sum to PATENT TT ORTT, Forty five and Fifty Saw Gins always A PPLICATION WIll be made to the Genera
too ID Leon county. Price two thousand dollars In Leon 'Irl 1? onbsndandforaalebyHOPKINS. 3- of the State of Florida at it nut
Said Mill luis been woo ked about three years. Persons TUST RECEIVED-A IIlIpplofMn.ALLEN'SHair $84.06-Damage* $200.00. LAP-VLDED A MEGINNIs I ession Assembly in for a Charter for a Bank to b

wishing to see said Mill will call on R II Man U Restorer and Zuobalsamum' Elzy Thompson and John G Pittman Merchants and IRON BOILER TUBES. August 6, 1859 22 seated in NOYmbr.
sale AMES A L1V ELY. Fot
mug near the premises who will give any information For by partners trading and doing bu.in"l under the July m, 1889. 31-8m
desired. A. M. MAILING. May 21, 1859. 21 name, firm and style of Thompson A Pittman, article- -to DRILL the TUBE BROWYS DOUBLE CYLINDER _

October 1, 1859 40-Sm vs EVERY necessary Notice.
EngishLinseed Oil and to SET THE in I
William G Mclnmss.
SUPERIORBURNING best manner I 60 SAW GIN months after date, tbe undersigned wi pre
A PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw For sale THE Defendant and all others interested are bell Tube CLEANER. Steel Wira and Whalebone SIX: t Isis final accounts and vouchers to th JUll'or

by the Cask or gallon. notife of the commencement of this suit A NEW INVENTION, Probate of Leon county,a. administrator 0 tie
AMES & LIVELY. by returnable to the next tr of said Tlb. ARTESIAN WELLS. &Sewed Fcr sale by HOPKINS A MEGINNISS. state of Jacob Stroman. dees late of said

TTTARRENTED FRESH. For sale at the Drug -May 21, 1859 21Compound_ Court at Tallahassee, and to appear plead to together] flush on both sides, or with Cocplma eiterootaide Aog 18.: 1859. 8 aunty, and ask to be .
W Store of E. BARNARDJaauary Gentian the same. R SAUNDERS, Sheri or inside WILLIAM L STROMAN Adm'r

1.1859._ _ __ I Sept..mbr 1.18119. 384mA THOMAS PROSSER & SON. SYRUP & PORK October 1. 1859._40-om___
..I.rJL'' r: :1 :R .IE&. 28 Plt Street, New York.
HILLSBOROUGU. N. c.. j 1858. Aug 20, 1859. ( _BARRELSAND Notice.
'e' I BITTERS are an infallible remedy for ,
MILITARY: ACADEMY. THESE and all disorders,arising from a deranged MOST DESIB1BLE ASSORTMENT OF and Rope ALL pefMos having claim o demand (gaiost of
Bagging of J. L L Green, late
.. xmditioo of tbe digestive organs Dyspepsia Debit t estate d
THE SUPERINTENDENT was for eleven years ity, Liver Complaint Low Spirits, \% ant of Appetite FRESH GARDEN sale by BOND A CO. BLoy S .county, are notified to present tbe onertigned -
officer of the South Carolina State Military : &0. For sale by AMES A LIVELY. Growth of SES! FOR Loyd Aug 27.1859. 1 "es1 .LT. within tbe time preeb by law, o this
AeaxUmies. For circular address" Warranted good SYRUP and PORK and all
a May 21, 1859. 21 PLENTY BARREL otice will b* plead in bar lhr rtYr; .
C. a TEW Hillsborough, N. C. ------- SEED are procured from a cold climat Wheat L ro sale here. ALSO-coarse or fine Key indebted are requested .l amteryment

March 12, 1859. 11-ly rOITt B. 0ALBAITI.T. W. 111IE\A1IDJ IlL THEE wi t.eoently flourish the beter a Fou. ALT( at LADD'S, Newport, F p
warmer 50New NEW 'or Nov. 20, 1858. 47 ELY GREZN'AdmLsap'

Notice. Galbraith & Brevard Cal early or send your orders, that you may HOPK A MEGINNISS. 10, 1853. a-w __ __
t desired. AMES A LIVELY. Aug 20. 18 i. 3. Guns --
SIX Months after date I shall present my final ATTORNEYS AT &W, January 8, 1859. S Gu Gu For Sale.A
!'( and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate TALLAHA88KE FLORID -- Notice. DO permanently located .

of Leon county, as administrator of the Estate July 23, 1S69. 30 Received THE tba Poet-oEce, where b U prepared FARM of 1 10 acres,eonsistior partly of 1.m
of John 8. Wilcox deceased, Ute of said county, Jut SIX months after date, tbe undersigned .i pre io the most workmanlike and prompt manner, t t\ mock and partly of Pine Laod.an of

: and.. a,k for a discharge JAMES from BARFIELD said dromistratiun Admt'r DAILY EXPECTED, By It t *. .12.3 ? >if Probate his of final Leon account county,and and Toucbe.apply for t a Jude mak and repair qulity, 3! wiles from lal there C. H.a AbuSjaere
: Sept 10, 185i. 87CmPlantation Our Fall & Winter Goods, 40: BARREL bLls FLUR. _= char from deceased the administration, late cf said eountyJ 0 the. estate of XL A GUNS, RIFLES GUN.LOCUS, [welling under bouse'fence.and 0 t accessary place out bt i AnUr -
to Gen Locksmith.
in fact work pertaining a or if applied
CONSISTING Or 2 Dned 'Sbue al bargain roaybeliad 1.
Goods. bls D.r B. Adm' Yith above expects merit a the above. b
I DRY GOODS II A T S. 8 Lard 34-6m 't b t tract of Z50 aerea, adjoining "i .
now receiving our osaal Fall supply of HARDWARE, CLOTHING. 3 Tierces Hams, Aug.20,1859. )betel patronage of the et of this place and M with it if des Apply to J.L, Millw.

WEare for Plantation use, to which we invite I GROCERIES, CORN SHELtERS 10 Sacks Coffee, .unwinding country locks always for sale hand.AUUIJSTUS t Madison C. tbe subscriber at Tallahassee AULPSeft .
CottOn iN.:
10 Casks Bacon, B o .l.o'sile.
j the inspection plasters and public generally' BOOTS A SHOES, PAINTS & OIL. BROWN
& eOPKrNS AAt lSG1NNS For sale cheap by BOND A CO.L1.d. Cheap for cai'li. R. A SHINE, JR CASH oI>Y o1afe Cotton by 13 10, ]!S". 37-tf
27 55 BOND A CO. March 26. 1S53
20,1S5P;\ 34 Aug 27, 18')9! "55 I Aug. 0, 1859. 3 Aug. ,

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