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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Newnansville, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Burnett
Place of Publication: Newnansville Alachua County Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Newnansville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Newnansville
Coordinates: 29.808611 x -82.476667 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Jesse T. Bernard, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 48 (May 11, 1860).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Riyer an i.'-'-,Tcve.hbaw, -the people labor un- i i ,, i i ,* I-l /i.' ii.r s iat rc:t l
Brief ana Thrilling Romance. der the impression tIht-Andrew Jackson is still .......:::::::::::... ... **-.**...*...: 1 ,r ,, JI,,J..A. .i'rt ...ty la% .
ri fand "Trii Romance. der the imp,.s-ion.,hn.t A.d:ewJackson.,is-still...................................................................l.'.:,ui r!-.i- ....... .l..i. .lt a%,uilll L MT],J lJ *.il.,,, hat ,,y hal, II. .ted wit
*-. *. j ri President, and live in-. a free and easy style not lii il.[ -i oof F",EIR .. l,.. .w 1 ] .. .. ii i .'1 *I I I .] i l ] 1 i"'r.1 t ltv' ,r'".'t n1ab I, r :Il., 1ril,,. I ',.ot zq, Ih ii i. I-
In beautiful e. o lntains of exactly in consonance with the social code o-f everyplace in which it moves; to brl-ai,, ruil Namui,e .'- .i I a e hia ;..., mJn| ['.>.,-'l..rt I. i'lIn, -.,,
oh V i, q ni rtat AR h r' an odormore exquisite than thieperfi ...-. .l .... 1'-,h l.r n.,, ]: ,il:,,, t ., th.,n t.i in- V... l n ar. .L-a; n I .r a, ,n .i I -,'i :--.* d i, .1
old Virginia, our ha g. di ,ln .ire's ultra civilization. One o the blessings vouch- to shed over it atint more magical iiV-, 1 ;, l .. t ". i i 'l1- ,,.i, iir. : .iv:..ii nt: -l i- 1 r". ., Ih ,. *
loveliness %%as m ."e'f _,.,ftrevs hung sated to these Arcadians, s the utter absence of ormng." jii ,\ .1 ,\ ,,l t r. I .I tm,?, an t n uit i.in-I-on the eveln -^
outtheir green leaves in perfc anion, and t ahet,,e ofitelergyman e NAPOLEONS SA. April 1 I.e ...iri.l' i'- l, h I, I., t... I*k i ,V nqii,, li. Vt ,
P "" a itlinafin the shape, o6 clergyman from their r ,..!t,:nau .. ho.,.I,. pu1t ;.:: .,
t. h r '. NAPOLEOX S STAR. l'n irls .,- 1" 'darn..l "..intvi, riI ;l ].ronio n.lt Yc f-,' \'. it, "- 1l till I l -> i-, n', '."t ,,nil ,% i j' .. Ari
high rocks caught the gra mists ot the mot nj- .,Ii,,u,,,iy; hne, er a pair of lovers de- He sees a bright and burning star .l..I i llllr ii '1i. L i'. L h' i,, i n. 1 T'I .'. pri t .'I. i, i '
g gra -. ,. ' .. ....... eer. ,,bli a ear ih ,J 1i1,J i[' ,i ',, iIt ,*- ,I, ,: '.. .~ ','- .,t L ,: ;,- ', l,' ![,- '*" I \ ai atc "be u i....
Ing, a d.,rci-ed them in their rough bosoms cr.h unite th, .:hs of their existence, they That gives unto his spirit wing, 'I .. i r* ,J a.- -t I
mel'ed '.- 'A. -r. ..:in t. N And o'er his pathway, from afar, 1T la ;o.' T :.]an ,.t ..- I .... ,L, *.,. ... tI.' P$i ,t- Ie ,. ,,e,. 'Ma .. .. V ,, -Ir g
unrtl t e. in e r agii eir -i- m kt ea, I otb,"- e r.r.--. i.e .l iii.ilrii.i e ](.i' u- Itks-lendor ad its i,.r h< l ..*- - .. 1ha', l .dli-,]ta ,inl. rnht t. rnrrtn i.n5
I& 'lv maiden wtsing il a t ul 1 i p- p... ,' re, a At-
her hair with a, fine to.tlh -.mb-a manly forrir and immedJizaly Cul.tiii lice living together az T') t'- -, i,"I JiVI l h ..', i -o "" ", i V i--'---r. ii -. .lie eJL. ', l- 'V .'T Ti l..il,-tt -"
a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ C .11 ,,, .."...: _' ," "-L ,I ,of tn, a Ifa r. 11 0o i ctor, Iin _ ... .... c. It'll,
enters the door, and steathily ,....ps up behind m an and v fe. A d i.. r.., in all their bright ar- ," L L il i Jt r h,.oh, .:1, -,l-'..- a.. t:at"l
her-and-and Our readers may imagine that such irrejiLr ,... i.. he shall win, unfold,.. Marrying a Fortune irtl ,' .rmi h r tn u ..hr.r.bu i ru, ht .
"m rrmo'e" ....must iduce alow eb of moal an . -X- v, It', in,_ lan of thirtLy, w. 11 ,1: ,1 S ,Jt pre- ,r tl., h. 'tr 1 tkbLin i. T3,.4,re lw
CH-APTER marriages must induce a low ebb of morals, and On future scenes its tempting light n o w ""y "manof hirty, v l -. P n has a three-year-old mare 4e calls az. l I. Th. JIew .
S A. .,, Jo ", ..... th lvy ,eir divorces equally irregular; but such is not the Breaks like the wild enchanter- vie: possesneady a faliterary and se all. The watchman mistook huIr a gul.r
An, John," exclaimed the lovely heiress of Human.nature.is.af Still glancing o'er the empyrean Li-.itit e ,rFuiil"r ever had a brighter promise Jane," cul oalTom Tefewrsont c ack IiaWK oerok hi.. i g-
tat beautiful cabin and the extensive potato case. Human nature s a budget of perversi- Scaled only by the dauntless few.- '- dan sired by George Parish's Iiported St. Law- escaped convict. If cau would .. uirl.:.
patch behind it, "you oughtn't to do thatway." tes, and it is very oftethe mere fact of there H sn e-m In mv old college frienc'l Dan --. With ver little ant. The watchmansawital too. Hr a.
"Lay it all on my love, gal being certain social and civil laws that leads hae ses star ou may not heed,- unow; lar wra poor, and he had found out that rnce. With very little trainit she will mae a chance to distinguish hisel and t. l. .
"La it all on my love, al" That star is his protector now; her mile in less than 3:3 or rather a poor mae s o ting i. me, a a
"L there's no such things among folks mankind to break them. And while is nerves him to the deed, tac N h i i make something by it. The Jace bi nl._ ev.,s.
LThe turtle dovegsamongfolks Toreturn to our story: Among the Area- It stamps with restless thought his brow. worked hard in his profession for three years, t ta ting. Fortunately for the Judge i ,,...
Only knows love. dians on the Tombigbee and Lake Teneshaw are In deadly charge with neighing steed, and lived economically, yet he had not succeed- science a a orseca acqirby carefil trail- on a back street. The race ,:,iru. Th,
As the poet sinms." Daniel Johnson and Elizabeth Linder, who have Wheredeath and slaughter force the sigh, ed in getting that one thousand ahead, which in, (like playing old slede razy Jane will watchman was reinforced by another wat,.r i,
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~With glittering beams it veils the deed Astor found it so difficult to acquire, and which yet, if nothing befalls ],:.Whl-,,.'Oc among many adbt use h ug ta'ui-u ,,
"Then you didn't love me ?" loved each other for sometime. Danielispor, Thatostu d Astor found it difficultto acquire, and which e t, thi fal t e ai n and both pursued the Judge at a fui.u .
"No." and Elizabeth is rich, and the family of the lat- lie called "the nest-egg of fortune." Dan grew lto eoni t ers nte The Judge finallyieldedand made at.,m .
"0No Jane, call back that word." ter wic sufficiently civilized to object to the In fearful strife, on crimson field, ""gloomy over his prospects, and solitary in his lec, or reasoning powers, (.' if not superior after considerable understand who and'
sfiinl Where patriot blood flows swiftly down, t, 1 t t o f m any oftheir brute owners, aid that it can be cea ut a h : '
"No! oh, no! Come back here. Twon't match. Now, it happened that the lovers met It throws around his form a shield, habits, and altogether got in that condition of t f d th c what he was about. He was then ure
come John-'tis gone!" at a festive party at the house ,f a wealthy Ten- And lights the conqueror to his crown, which Satan so well knows how to- avaij him- developed an clvae t s u certain- proceed on his way. Ie to his i,,
gone s;ddty and profit as the hinds of childrenn" s .
"Then I'm gone too !" eshawan named Samuel Mimrs, some time since, Terrific legions vainly strive!- self; and le tempted Dan with the suggestion, ty an ro t a the m id f Doctores said she would never say anythig alten ht ID aroo
And the impassioned youth rushed from the and Cupid piled so much additional fuel on the The heart feels its impress true, "What a fool to waste your life in drudgery ss d that is how it got out.
S cabi like a maniac, altars of their hear, tt te ae wa s to Unmoved, must still the wreck survive, j-r you, so young anrd dashing and altogether so experiments vit a great deal b interest; how An*
lovelycabin like a maniac. altars of their ear, that the flame was too To reap the fame and glory due. uch kindness will do to dielope speed in A Astronomer's View of thenere.
scorching to be borne, and Daniel'and the wid- proper a fellow, anu likely withal to marry a for- hlope st. in
CHAPTER W areed to we.each other before the morrow's True to thebrave, while empire heaves, tune. Marry a fortune, Dan, and cut physic. horses is vet to be ascertained.-vening Post., In waftlig oursel ves in earsat, sti
Sadly did the young man run along the road, bee be Though doo'd to set in during red, The suggestion touk, and Dan waited impatient- A Model Eetio. own satellite, the Moon-the a .
ohad made the old Toibigbee blush beneath The halo bright and circling wreaths A l lestial bodies-we have passed over a di-'ar, c
while the girl, firm and submissive in the dis- his warm glances. But in order to defy the la- It throws around the chieftain's head. ly for the season to open at Saratoga, and thi- A few years since the Chiet-othis Digger In- e t t t o T .',. ;
chrg of he duy prcee to fr some '* v",- i i* eqaul to thirty tie-lth68e3 dianiecr0 .L lo*-
charge of her duty, proceeded to fry some onions t Knickerbocker Magzine.] other he went when it did open, when his world- dian tribe, in California, died, inder combined wa n to th, tCt vel dover ilan.
onion dy's ficiou frien s, the deeme it prdent t [FromthecKgictortheersMgazine]tInvavancenrto thisun",e-,ra
for dinner. Meanwhile the youth rushed mad- wed i a more stringent manner than is customa- The Woodpecker. ly wealth iu his pocket-book, determined on effects ofagood many years anct a great deal of t t tha the mo. .-
ly on ; the barning fever of his heart maddened equal to thirty times that of t
Stry in those parts, and in the midst of the festivi- BT T. HULBERT UNDERWOOD. matrimony. I need not say how he really got lightning whisky. His son succeeded him,and, fore we reach Uranus the remotest of hl-
i.n hi- ibrain, and he thought of self-destruction, ties they slipped out of the house with some of Thou scarlet crested searcher of old trees! in love with one fair young girl without a for- until a few weeks since, played.chief, but did it ets have traversed a space equal t.) thry
I his pocket-comb from his vest pocket, t ghhou bird of e t omus --winged hyena-say,
J ihs pocket-comb from his vest pocket, their young friends, got into a canoe on thelake, What seekt thou? thine appetite to please ? tune, nor how he managed, toward the badly enough, being only one remove from an times the carths distance fro the n. T
vainly didhe attempt to cut his throat. Nature paddled into the Alabama, and landed at Fort Or dost thou boast thy quick sagacity ? cool days of September, to secure an ugly old idiot and a close neighbor to a'drunkard. His ste no,, ir
however, whoad bleThou ick eared antiquary, break a tomb; goirl with a fortune. It is true, in marrying her tribe got disgusted with him, impeached him, cleof t800 mitihonaofmiles in radius., pr.
]werwhhdbesdhm itatoug Stoddard just before the suu bad done the is- Then cry "Eu reka," and a worm exhume. cl f180i llos fmlsi
skin, proved too strong for him, lie rushed to a pudent thing we have mentioned. The corn- he married her three sisters, each older and ug- and drove him from among them, Then they caions a distance w..uld app,-a I.e ehl'stu-l "
H.,,--, rut-there was water at least two inches imandant of the post, a worthy and fleshy so- Thy warning tap with fcrful cadence false lier than the other, and the widowed mother needed a new head, and held n election for ad we seem to be as on themartiI i of.i .by:s. -
SUpon the siltrit tenants of each tree; S --
deep, and lie flunr himself into or rather upon dir, named Captain Shauiburg, was just taking Trembling they lie within their wooden walls, also, older and.'uglier than all, but then they that purpose, under the superintendence of a .
asodraduietanalbuthnte tha Ti t..l bwer, and the mural cir,!.
it. There lie lay for full five seconds, when iis early bitters, when the bridal party called SoAd helpless wait their certain destiny, owned a thousand niggers between them, some- couple ot fast white boys, who were station I in ,nab, 'st'-- a i a the n s t
So we, poor mortals, in our house of clay, i l is)u gentrl I' t
.llt..' l.-t, the r o tga, passed by. ,pn him, and .laniel and Lilzabeth desired Death knocks -we hear, ed helix tsly pobey, where down in Alabama, and had plantations the neighborhood. A iiodl clecLtion it %%- i ,r,. a ., ,itn.-and .,ll it
.i" C-_err l ui.-.i l-.. i.,,'rr hem! .. to match. The wedding was grand-I ..hi'i.'.'"'. T u,.uld lae. b., i, frn,' in .Baltimora, crow- '
S T .I. u .. ut"ifad'.l J; nI Tle.r tvitl l" exclaimed the Captain "I i. -,..V;r, yes let me drink- say gay-and Dan was triumphant, but I ..au't or, a ltltuori eJeet n oi." to. USt tie thing" e .,i :.' -- of is oad.l t '.t"th m.
A*~-_iet -h A~ -I -1ii Lu.I
..... -..*^" w -e i ,o ,.,'i'i' hm r,.-.. (,n,,..' y years ago. Last year I met him in Par ... he p-st. .- .all the big rL ., ,-,., .. i
house ad 1 1 i,,,,it-. ,,t.r.-nan.,J a,,e Pani..I %r-% sensibly responded, th1 t though Tlo.., .t,, ri r, years ago. L ashing Da n, bu m t am n P e p" .!,' .os t i .l l t ig r.. lii h, t., t,, .- .... .: i..-.h..b;. .. ,.:r
14 1-1, 1 A w as riot o g rcahn ab t a ol-] nII in. ar el-ctns a-'loI '. Li.41- --n i'! u- 41., -, .h IJil- rd
swp c on. e-nvergot over hewasnetl pison no judge, he had becn- And fron' nDe all the green earth sends n] t,.- _i. cm
csaw his unhappy condition. -1cuever got over quite nervous and fidgety. I was glad to see- 13, for the PLIpuPV ofi,,~lfig a big captain f. sr if`u in a
it, though. About twenty years after, lie fell pl the y the ge government to p neve, cc n t the tribe, ad as the office was a lasting l t te b
from a wagon, and his nck was broken, for a tect the people, and regulate their afiahirs ; and Iv dr.k of rll r drowning I-psa .,
;"~Ive ....n of' all. th drownin cthat tae eelis's Butor heh excs, himseld ons s11~nnnui'
frmawgn adhsnc"-sboeFont the cii wineI--ress- gushiniig, at tdiu'.Bth 'cisdhmefo oe ere were some candidates. One young, liii ITA._ hu il-:Il-vrs1ti ''hien
-t.-liffih l,1 tll,-,gtlessly slipped a rope over his tlt tre case before hin dBtande hi fanctton p op- frivolous pretext, which I wouldn't accept. Fi- noble-looking fellow was nomniiated at the 1 1 -i .-t, I t a t
But voices froi ieparied hope.r
head. and judgeinent. The captain scratched is heatid, Mingle wih theirii erk rushing, naly th e truth came out-lie couldn't. The ger State Convention, on account of killing'a phili hialto assign iihs i -,-ti., as o
ULU. *imand passed around the pitlieot several times; So let ioe drink ot thit alone
THE ENt. ted its to stanch before hu, im, Wahose latest dreamrns are hurried, wifi, the three old maids, and the mother, were big she grizzly with a pistol. His name was giveit an infinite range. In 1i. rli tl;-it i-
Bmmi.es Qak er then told the caulpits to stand before him, a Whosc taste shall only linger on- all iu Paris ; none of them spoke a word of Pitsauk (lizzard.) HIe spoke English pretty to spac we have traversed i, t one lm-
A A Business Quaker., thundered forth the following sentence: Wiu.|r. early t'riends liv buried. to space, we have travesed it.
S" The QiiRrl, in the main, as everyone Ctin Shaumbur of te S -French, and he was obliged to be with them well, and was a good marksman-an exetlls-ut i-n, in,'] ih line which .c Iire h>e.mx-d, ts bu1m "-i
S aa thrifty, kind-hearted, ant r undoubted- Cent S ,of theUe Sond e- Marder Se-et -f F ee Yers, no onfsd constantly. They couldn't get their diner hunter, and was useful to the emigrants and tra- a uniL u he ..,tie ,dil,:h .stil dus- L an,.' e. .
,,.,a thrift 'y, lind-arted, and undoubted- aiment of the ULnited itat. Army, and cou- Death-Hed. without his aid. And hehad been with them dersyasa pioneer and messenger, and atril. Creation in tie w I .: *,.r,ni i- s1 1b..
ly honest people ; but in some of them, evem-as wander of Fort Stoddard, do hereby pronounce The romance'of crime has few chapters more three years on the continent; they had dragged honest C re-at in us wi-: parin, .sT l abovr-r
amrun.ii tlc "world's honest people," love of l- you inan and wife. Go home, behave your- singular than that of the murder in 1845 of him three years on the continent t ; they h ad dragged oAt sunrise on theea us ans artnd uB. The ovr-aching
ihy lur 'till predominate. In one of teir- yo1iu ad hi thre years onehws^^ ott udrm185f^ ^ thie~~entineut; they had At sunrise on the 4th Ben and I raise-] the h,,^,ii stil et,,,^ss n. rind itutt.rak .,,
ini communities lived friend Benjain ir selves, and multiply and replenish Teneshaw Jonas Parker, tax-collector of Mancheste, dragged him to Eurpe and Jerusale, and stars and stripes on the top ofagigantic fir. r kle in isa.,. If frm thtsburne, front.
Suand cnty" N. H., if it can ever be fully written. T 'ough -ew a profound sie. I played Yankee Doodle and the Star Son. th tra
S his son. It was their custom to buy up cattle He then ipt.l up the pitcher, kissed the the murder was committed inder irustancs Bu Dan," I exlaimed, "after all, you are a Banner Yn anee o ld fife, mad the a speech on t, ,,, r s t'eler lne return
to fatten fur sale, One day, Benjamin, Jr., had circimimistatinces "But Dan"I excited, "after al-I, you are a a gn an old fifemade aspeechon the e i uposn .-ur irV\ our-ary s
seleto n tor tion of stock f rom h bride, and all the rest of the girls, pointed im- of great boldness and publicity, the perpetratdi- lucky dog ; it isp't every one who ua I,..- a for- glorious privilege of universal suffrage, an' lth tern ,eai-s'- t.) be ri.,.d. It sun ie ,hin-it-,.-
S ct'e h.an e portion of stock from a passing pressively to the door, and immediately went to was never detected, and ie was left to rvel hs tene" eletionommenced. Captain BessywasJulg, .1' t a i .t i e n.l,.,
tde, aLn to y wh Bejam an and Elizabeth went home to own guilt on his death-bed a few days ago. Ie -"Marry a fortune D" i intr pted, bitterly. and ourself General Inspector. As we Iaw all thLat itr.. eVi tt:.n ,,utrretia ba
Sr., cattle al.:,ng, Ihi reaivs and noMar an forted !" liset ineruped bitry an usl eea npco.Aswid51taht~~n
Sr., I al b th their relatives, and no one dared to dispute the proves to be a person never suspected, though "Do you know what it is to unarrv a fortune.-- the tickets written out with Pitsauk's nanti ,.?, ti ,:.inn-it-" tnrntt-its mountains-its m(.ir-
"*Father, Ihavott u hs ate;..i,~, < hi ariopi 1,*inbom Ofoniseou don'wwt i Bt I'l tel mayo haitlnrn a votn. e ryc~t large majority.Ti ee' tirau s ann [n.ites,t ,,, yirs .-itiKiiv rhtsil unir I'ii--.t oni,- .
"-Father, I at about to buy these cattle; validity of their marriage. bearing a doubtful character, and having become Ofcourse^ou don't But I'll tell you what it he ran a very large majority. The ellt,,n [.i?, ,jyr.,-,..-;ts throt,,:.. Where .ouf
what dses thee think of them ?" br a d t cact, and
aAsuddenly rich. Hus name. is Harvey SWeed, of amounts to: head butler in doors, anud real es- closed at noon, and Jim Lee, an old resident o.f ith..r-land-it, Ic;,,s'O-ii Chi i-ta;t ,tduins-":-
"~Whtt ,lc he askh"v So much? ? I guess Au "Able Editor.".- Sandwich, N. II., and his confession, uttered as tate~agent out. Marry a fortune !Marry the B't Valley, arrived with two very large s'lu'Ire it' lsla-s.,s'riinesan.] ,ts u,,h,.-lv nar- isqI rt,:'uisour'-
t he'll tet them for less;, offer him $800, and Every judicious and observant man will con- he wansewas beating hise ls, ea t ated t a noth e. a d og h e, ar ed wi h na rg su. h ,-,t ,.e., nlv en -h, i --
hlie was breathing his last, stated that anotherchei- dam chnas P'tttl
-sait till msmning if he don't trade." 'cur in the following views presented by the d-." bottles, -imked Screicdm Shnapps. P nl-t |pea.:e-t,:.t -itiis'nl'-it --!-'
S Filial Ben assented-made an offer in vain- editor of one of the best conducted journals in man held Paker, hie he butchered him. "And Dan buttoned up his c.,.,t' arnl strode indulged slightually ;the Mohalas, squaws, to,.k nmd its fear-', Wh-re i.4 man, liii isiLt Itta,
went hote with the old gentleman, slept-an~d the Old Dominion, the Alexandria Gazette: object was money, were as follows: 0m l the women, andO fortune. oe; the old Injines wetted their lips and t.ant- ,,irn -te ls aloint r sfir-anie lthisthat c,3
neUt morning after caring for the stock, mount- Many people estimate the ability of a news- of The Horse an Inta11Ietuol Bged gtole, but we were afraid of injuring thrir piec eilm srpLus ans inlurprsl the enignm ,
ed his horse to try again to buy the cattle.- paper and the industry and talents of its editor, nigdtconstitutions, and retainedM one bottle for u.d>. s l5, aeperso'-ann vet the onl. park of a-ir;.
Btt on the way he met Benjamin, Sr., return- by the quantity of editorial matter which it con- case to Mr. Pasrker's hous e, called whim out, and Dr. G. H. Sutherlafd of DeKalbp New York m c tittols andinebd t.hei fr l. a di" ".-a"
ing home with the whole herd in question.- tans. It is comparatively an easy task for a some conversation passed which was not dis- sent us a ette'afew days since, i, wh..Ii among inal purposes. gairst we dit-kf tt i., tII', th ieh ii-ims th hrrit,' Tnli .'
Benamn, r. ws ulhys el a smrt- fotywith witr t puroutdalycolutnns tinetly heard by any one, excepting that the other things, he alluded to the ssisrhu.rt.-o,:: of Pitsauk was inaiugtnrated. ris ed ckd h Li, ,e w~il ,mi the unt,,'r c-il. -~i .Ii'y
Benjamin. Sr., was er-altliy as well as smart- frothyrwrithy writer to pour out daily acln arson wanted him to o u to a Ms. Bean's treating horses as "intellectual "rn.-.," and of him in the river; then greased him well with ,Icer li-,i | all ,iivap,.,ired in the lar-off p,s.r-spccttro--'-
he, ._ a-owad k ene pdue ar lyostartha hde lnoug t .th of lotnoflbvords-wordseupontanyandallsubects.
who lvedi "Jnsil,", ilg iteds trying the effect of "eonstantkind~ss in trail-tlo;tsn u tv iehto i LiImtt og'iL f-rtwts-ae r taif~.
"Tihee will let me have my portion, will Ihisideas may flow in "one weak, washy, ever- Wh slie pa v l a ai ing them, the result of whtch le bdieved would pair of flannel drawers; put an old musket In h;< te hug:.s- t, lisc.ipe wouldd 11 tm d.,cry. NN,
thee noti asked filial Ben. lasting flood," and his command of language tance out. Parker took aante'n be ed heft with ngt hem, the "ranl o;thenwmarreedhimtoaupkelyuoohala;apun lrringvbir,rgshprea,,n....odhemeuekaennosnt
"No,_sonnv.of course not; I've bought the may enable him to string them together like the man. Following up one of the streets, ife be -the attapinmen in the u atle ofthqhorse, to"an lianosthe flag nnor.n his bark marquee, and left him atkn; einathd \ith |,f, pt-rel,,s enr no a n
2._--- : .... .. ~ ~~~~~~~~~road led into apiece of thick pine woods. A elevated position in the scale of intelligence,no inhs_ T,,i),,'a,,9feh_:
~-----'"wnote want 'em al.'" 2 bunches of onions, aud yet his paper may but ...... :.; tl.^.. + .... t w only distinguishing themselves1mong their kindi, nhsgoy., .Th ln oraiiio._atb;ir.-@ .








"W hat. Is, t thata L'rd, trisia to---sphy--eoss 't, iue'ri r and l ,- ye paper .ay. bu young man _ho. .. ..as....in through..the woo....in.his.......h.......... ... . ... f r .
tWhyown nIat ii k truted Lir i th t^-p ^ b" But c ahi d~ii m 1 of suchamai that-evening heard the cry of "murder," anlr but actually outstripping many of their owners, epl o uibe io eI'y thxns ll"at m, ne alS,-- 'i, -
th- ohn son andai pruaterd ,ithea !rpoig w ho t isyhea lerarde d oil ofmsuch a man s s a l m i a rapidly,_ ^a then as far as the nobler attributes are concerned." That was a novel but nbt so bad an argument -.nd dir;,s-aan enrg l in thl srn-at
y, "Ahe Bcnnyu sabhr pater famihas, reprouing- who displays hise pleaded matters never so o out He ran away, and gave no report of it. With this high appreciation of the capacity of which the mountain member urged in the Ken- of the uniterse. The straininjt"' "
ly, "thee nst be .sharp and wide awake ; trust largely to that imposed on the judicious, well- , ramn Pr as fon sr tched hmse, the Doctor five years ago came m" pos- fak eiltr.uil h ""*"*beC.r e,^i nn
rib~y enai eah.. ..ss;wtc nomdedtrwoexrie i voato wit The next morning Parker was found stretched -tehreteDco fivyar ag cam ipo- tucky Legislature. unite the~imtmeasurable c-xtrm.ines. mlihe tnfini-
thnbdy father,Benjamin; at.h UrVb,,, ; watch informed hourlyedonsciousness xof weights vocatresponsi upon the ground, his face gashed, his throat cat session of a fine three-year-old colt, and he con- A few years.ago a bill proposing a premm;,,m in spae---the eternal in durtnr-the cmrip
Quite lkelyr, you Benjan tuin thlaer! ado ni- bihie a ond votesmsel to the c cty o from ear to ear, covered with blood, ant his delued to try the power of kindness in the en- on fox scalpjs, was under discussion. It hail tent in p.:,wer-the peect in wisdtfm, alone ff
Quite likely tnr yung Benjandin the admon billies, anddevotes himself to the conduct of pockets rifled. A razor covered with blood deavor to develop his mind. The result is giv- been somewhat roughly handled in debate bh nh- ..,id?..dlI soul. an-d r,:,r:ray iit their

[- rtion was needle i thenceforwardn hiFdpaper,nwith the same care and assiduity oraws near, and there was evidence of a struggle. en in the St. Lawrence Republican, in which pa- members from the more populous region, herte s 'l,,u, inntirn--the Creator of the Uuf [Eron, the South,:rn Field and Fircide.] .that a nensible h yici bestows n p a supt, or a Although several thousand dollars were taken per a correspondent writes : foxes were scarce, and Mr. L--, from one i:f 'r.'h Br -I A.ii -
". Cure tor Sweeney. humane physician upon a patient without re- o his pockets, one. wallet was found in his During my wanderings a short time since, I the mountain counties rose to reply. I ,srh v.. Waled ap the Wrong P~aere
r-'1: SWEET AV.T-Ea, Tenn., Jan. 9, 1860. gard to show or di-lary? Indeed the mere breast-pocket containing $1,800. There we~e chanced to stop at Hermon. Hearing of Dr. give his peroration: An amtsi,-g .alrair occurred not man" ye.s
MR. EmITOR:-Sir : I see in your No. 33 of citing part of'editing a paper is but a small t n the snow running out through Sutherland's learned colt t" had the curiosity to "And are we, Mr. Speak"r-we of the Ir--,n -,-nc., at a 4th ol July ,'clebratio.i'ir .am inueri
... he 7thl Jan., that the gentleman of Missouri, portion t the work.. 1e industry. o an. edi- wt wood, and at one place the murderer wash- go and see him, and found him quite a prodigy lain reuions-not only to witness the aiitu.dl t,,wn in l-nni-vltt niti ReiolutioDarnrv veteraa-?-'


if Mr. S. W. Wilson, dishes toknow of remedy tor is n,.t :%-,i shown there. The tact is tlre ed ',he blood from his hands in the snow. From in learning, besides being quite a curiosity.- destruction of our crops but actually 6, de L, ec.:,eming %r) hard t.) find, and vet a pi
tf-r thi, s% ciney. The following is a ne-ver rail- lite enipl-,ed 111 el...-tinr, isfar more import- "o
~~~~~~~~~~~~some indications it was thought that be was The Doctor calls him the "White Pilgrim."_- prived by these varmints of the consolatwe, ,.,' .,;) ,t ,: ,lh ni a o,
ing remedy ; I have tried it and know that it ant, and the tact of a gdul editorr is better driven away in a wagon which was in waiting His color is l eight nankeen, white main and tail, religion b willingly submitted to. Ar honestolt Gera t
%- will cure, evtr %i hen the sh ,oulsler is sunk to the shown by his selections than anything else, and f "-n.f-.
bone : that we knw ishalf the battle. But as we for the purpose. It was some years before any- and white eyes. He is a splendid little horse. This woke the house tp, and set it agape f.:r ..f I'...atioirv Icput-, wa dscred a.
*,one: tlhaves neithtthae as we body was seriously suspected for the; then three The Doctor tells me that he has owned him only an explanation. He continued: lat hour. Au oen carria
Take a thick pieL,-f e-c,.-tton cloth, that will have said an editor ought to have his labors a n- brothers named Wentworth were tried for it, six morths-rode or drove him almost every day, "You know, Mr. Speaker, that we liv,- in a him in thm prra.'ume {- -ab h...
make a b'. lar_, n..ugh o over the sunken lerstod and appreciated y the general con and acquitted after hard legal contest, in which (as his riding is considerable,) but still during rough country; that your fancy churches-,., diit at pressed ate
pall; after thei bag is made, fill it hajlf full ..f di'it ',fhis paper-its tone-its temper-its Daniel Cark, now Senator, was engaged that brief time he broke h to the saddle and Presbytan and Episcopaians-never e Vi iini-s of Wai.io
4a c.ln.,n ,a, .tilclit it through an.I tir..ugh to unitf.rri, consistent course-its principles-its fo th n dw U. S. S enator, was engaged that brief t h im the different feats I saw him Presbyterians and Epis e opalians-': ill were un t be rat her.
n. for the, prosecution, and President Pierce, the harness, taught him the different feats I saw him pr ah sa o g n W ;l:,n to b he n;
i^ knl it lat; fti-4en it t.., the i'na.t, -.) that it, aims-its manHiess-its dignity-its proprie- senator Atherton and Benj'amin F. Butler perform, such standing upon his hind feet, pe pon the a ning s about rktd
pr;e%' tes F4 beyshul b 're lteSenator Atherton and BnaiF.uteprfmsuch As standing paln h idfePtupon the circuit- the Metlijsli-t But otinethittg timing saidI Abu
l illl Iansgn the,*part. K.:,s-p this salt 'set anI y,. '"., s.r-';cr these a< risey should be pre- im,,] J,.l.. Abbott of Lowell, were all employed jumping the whip, kneeling down, lying down, cir everybody knows that ti.- rtmirk-..
gie the irse r. t,'andl Li ill a. ra for u-.s- irved is -ni.,,h to occupy fully the time and cina
for the defense,. Wee;l, who now confesses the sitting up, and walking onfthree legs. ;
in one ni-nih Ais ilsi'td' ul.I'ist-hsaddteu ntrelg.1 --canmtQt be indnmced to travel where there arc. t-i "Yoa~ I Vris;h at Yorktown.!
,, 1,1 ( ,II t t ke off a s w .U n i,r ',Vt;-,i,,At.)It -l~ ns|d e 7
-in one m,,nth .ut,.-i ..l,, an. Ft., hl,;. added the murder, his gone to take his punishment in unbucklea common hil.l. ant take off hhmckensmj chickens cannombe raised w.ti-snre nr "V-,hiigl- gallant s .e, .
It ill Lake the hair .if; and if th,: hrr i V -,.r,,..I ivri4m,:,n ie nl- rp- ier establish- another world, has bad trouble with his family, his own saddle; he wifl-tep uip to Iris owi mas- foxes ." W,,i ak...l the Preoient
of a dark eiulor, it i4 bent to koep the ,l-.me t,.,1 u,:.nti, ohwl, misrt .-,litorr liat, to. encounter, and went away to-California soon after the mur- tr, make a very low bow, sake hands, take The argument was uansserabl,:, a.iI th- bill TA,. I vt-h oosn'-r Wahjington tea I sir-
greased,.Ia'[ter 0h1- I.Q, ik likei, .-ff, that the lI ,r Lhe ..r,.kris h..w ,:a, tl,:- fi tim e or room r .,r ,,n. ii.. ,;tt,. .turr,(; .iit .i. r, \ Li. 1;" ,"',t, e.\[.and mitte ,s ..ff andlaythe away, became e a law. rcrier.,.."
ba' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ocnmt.J i ke -Ttla h iLre-'Trcisht Iylhtieo-I.ii rit I.ii''. lurrinr.L .l iit fl. Al- -ut eut. and mitten- -i.f and lay the~way, became aluw.
grt'a~~~csl, 1-3e d:ii ftan yo sinalt my vcii ui; a-T-ilrT
may conic back t ir tis ci:.lr.. Any anatural_ t.. 'ihr al.. -bm af b gain- N.! von mis'ale my '.-enerahl friend, x-
... .. ... ..: r..... an.a ____g HI, d =.- ..b-b^ L i.v tate ton,2 i pr,.b'-F.i.' and a i .ri, t... d, bring l gi g -a
--.igreaae 'ill d.> ,nd the shz.!t-.J-.r ,ill ,-,Ui t, the H i Th I.,Sli,,in vert .,,-,n i ..pn .'d i .J l ,: otb ne .rr S re ga to ta: ,,w \V.ii, rd li he will tell his the days i te .. A gentleman prsiprai g the troi of cla_.ned the Presi4 n Wa shington nve r -
a' -iii rd ... age,
tittaaeg i n. In .[a:,xy, r the E'rftd,_.p 7;,,es: "\ar, te,, a mar, andl A n,-' no*, la c-nq thereimtis int', rjilin, w. C 0ek n/,,;,r,,,hs the yea-, &A, W,,h thP '1- 1 ......Te .pn h.k mone
pi--c"ity tie its '7gi~ ,1, A-6- 'Ill Pell WA,. of o oreh- rd
''cn,:,rtr-. pretty.i ,,.,kte. far;. n a datry with a ri- and tn its ori phabet will speapll an' tif Ar'rd putttr him., like i.l. -. ',..n of cors he }uid-as -
-he ,,, hai ,s" ,re o ',,ed I wag- 2-'.
"--d po tot. "' lig'-u tnrn tofraiJnd wlthi uteBnmtat b a ." eYC. Whytt rrjlll,, GL'it numw.ber of,-r pls.-a"." ar
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FIWDA N8VILLEf ELOMAY1 t,

' FRIDAY MOIININO, MAY h1 A.a-.


JESSE T. BERNARD, Editor.


NOTICE.
S All Commiu ,ai .:r,_i fi;-r ih m ni-rtp riur E tk- 5a .
"dra -.l [0Jait E J T. BLRN.tr E.-it:,r, llan, ] i.J mlh '.
'n tIeriia I il -"
"i.j3lr;N ETT, Proplrictor.
Age-uE lol-ti it~isD-pa les.
The I'(l. in;. F. I .r .i r..r ar ..,r l-A v a ,i r-niz.:i
Agenihr. mlo t-li'.'i. t e rut, mL.irrrir. r n_" -l .\,t'r'--rnreilt :
W ALKER. h ,.-, t 'l.,,;l..,, S. '
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"L E ,F-PRT,, :
To_ -'i 'l^ ^4 ^ d ^fw
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I" 1 qq .iu cuenpTin,; l,.. -r..,.' ',l 1' B r.- ;.
S hien. e.hi'h .,ll .,-eire ii, ,........... ... ..
For every subsequent insertion.............. 50O
I1 Square, S months......................... 5 00
1 do 6 do ................. ......... 8 00
I do 1 year .......................... .12 00
2 do. 1 do ..... ................... 20 00
S *do 1 d ......................... 25 00
4 do' 1 do ........................... .80 00
ld col. I1 do. ....................... 40 00
do 1 do ....... ................. 60 00
1 ltdo -1 'do.........................,.oo100 00
TIIM OF HOLDING COURT Il THE DIFFERENT
Counties of Suwannee Circuit, as enacted by the Leg-
,-:. hIWiure anai approved by the Governor, January 15th,

SPRING TERM.


Alachua................. 2nd Monday'in'April
L ......................3rd .i,d.ii. in April
Lic.. te................ 4th Monday in April
Suwun.rne, I-ii M,,ndavafter fourth Monday in April.
Columbiat. ...rii Mhon.lvy after fourth Monday in April
New River. .3rd Monda.i a'tii r:untih Monday in April
Nassau.... .4th Monday after fourth Monday in April

FALL TERM.
..lachua...:....2...2n;. M,.,] in October.
Levy.............. 3rd Monday in October.
Latlvetei.. ........I..4th Mdday vin October.
Suw ine n.... 1 I- Monday after 4th Monday in Oct.
('Cduntia.ili ... 2nd M..n.iy after 4th Monday in Oct.
New R;'ier..2 1Monr.Jy alfitr 4th Monday in Oct.
Nassau..... 4i M,jn.Ijn ift, .r 4th Monday in Oct.


COINT (ONiTjl0.ION;
if Altebua will asoemblc- m; "n
S. M a .


IiR on iheTlird Mon-m.ly of ti h.
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tona win -Jn nc\,,hesm a -owhic
;\ the raemocracyy





RPi'.'im>d As -it ma.yrr'ri- becom necessry ton
stru;.4itt of the" wo ma I tten,.rt,) in C -
vPlnt1 on 'e oul h 1,u ;.,f lh.. t ourl ,r ,.tre ,,
ing d;l,:hpae ., i h-- i ,lld-- riut,,.ma's Fibri, ana oldx.' ni at-
WIt'i. AdJrer-s racav hi. .xl' n,.

State Convention.
Our State Convi,:ati--n TO.:.iti. the,,n,]
MAfondayv in June next, the same day on which
.the C,;nstituti,-nal Democracy is to meet in
Rielmond. A-.it Aniny become necessary to
inqtruicat oar delegatea- who may attend this Con-
vention, we would sug-.,est to our brethren- of
the Press Viat the tinm for holding our State
Caonvernti-in be the FiRsT instead of the second
Monday in June. Come, gentlemen, what say
you l

Debating Society.
This dihttI body mee-ts this enering (Friday)
at the old M. E. Church. The piiblii. especially
S 'the LADIES, are respe.'tfully inviited to10 tend

Sulwannee Circuit.
Iaing been busily enragi.-d during the Ttrm
of Court in the different eomintis, \%e were una-
Sble to nAdcc the holinug of C,.urt iii our coui-
ty at the proper lime.
S. His Honor Janmes MI. Banker, prc-sides with
grace andl carmL an-d Je.-patmacllls eiateiti-,us the
lausine .' anfrers anrliicid, rulin-4, are inning Z-olAlvn
Opinions. The apl-caranee Doket in the dif
x fervent counties this Spring, is unusuiallv hoa.\.
k'a-,be a tcounitedl for from the I':het, that
... last. yearthe crops were nnusiall shbot.rl Many
4!",- Yl
f- of'l*i.tyial cases are iuJispseId of,.fin a.ecouut..,f
^inbgr'Wieeii FiiTmrly ofI c u'nsel. Fns'i
ta. ". boped that-the proper te.ps will be taken
y partie& tested, s.- that Judge B;)ker may
-xchange sonie other Judge in order that
< cases may be di.-poseed ,of in which the forlnmert
is disqualified froimn settlling.
*O 'te Aclion of Ihe ioulheru Demo-
cra Ii.
The fi'I,-win,-. is thi:- final noaction of those dlel-
.. egates who nithdr';n from the Squatter Sia-r-
''eignty affilir: '
.. Rn'twlel, That the Deniocra.tic p.arrv od" ihe Uiiarc-i
atei, who are a, i-vor fn th'e prin.. l ar.i it,.',nirnendred
..by the majorii rnpri in the Chamileil'.-.rn ')nieni;,iri, he
.." i ite t,, ent d--elejai' to a ('r, neniial O 10to t ,- !APin
mnornd on the ,?t.,ri-d Morndav ini .li-:., and tliat ih-
or rppr.>ef ntaii:,r., zh'I t,,. t,.- i .ime rz- that Up.:.D
the Slales Laive green r,.epreecnionJ in bhe 'liharle.
n vetiiira."
%KI.W^i' Niro A L.tVP pip It ilWiiUM -Thi' aiffcl-e 1"f
I rp'iarr',u'au.!l lur uv pl,1_u.-r I a1,i ,i a v-
's bhite t, t B.i., :.a..- +ipen ibe ,ale am.id n,-,il ,',ili
"- v[L e '[-,' .-.r .
't beLlieve it. N, c-.,litors's e..innanet ren
d so iniiah in-'nev a ithai t.
1, J "'Vezy Smart.
,Iew York [>.l v ,oo.,k sa),.: "The North-
rn dein6ctrats iar it tla.-.Soli to- ad-.pt a plat-
"..'form that has ra1roij al defeat in e-\enr Northern
tate, instead A flthe one tllii t lia sei,.'ur'.l i-,t'l.:>-
ry in ever ,:,rFiat r Stite nh:-r, it ha- .m-,-ai pre-
Sti'nt ,l.

At, er. t e d,.-atl I I-lore. n enni-
at Er'li'n h ell."
lil tjir,, 4, ti,' '.,[ d '.


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ani eariiie wi hhim inti every State into
lie nuivr ,i, the 'l.:g:l intEti .i:,n' of the
ili i-b L ii as. born, cannot t be supported.
i little rec-oh.'tion will show the fallacy of
Ia. Our lniwv declrire i:,rrait.:ts depeind;ing
ganmei o.-f-chance or Akill, I.:-t,-ri.:-, mla,-
Pili'ii-s f iriqran:e, bIar:t;is ;n, r in--i.
e-\en per -.'-ilt. par annum u '.-.r int:r-'-t, and
o.lth-rs, %..id. Il olir Stat.s uIl ion-
or s-.,me of them, mav bK. liu, fl. Iuti
ui* tn uld ,',rntEnd that, if t -nia. % "ithinr this
by ot-o;.'jze.y. l ~! thl r St.-te, thev ".:,nuIJ
',i- i ., lit Sima.-he -ml
'--n-0-a in '-C'i. certaini n of the-la. if
ii atb-r State 'in onfrmt.N .nu L.h-h
li.-re. aoal. ble ie:-uti..d hby our tribunaii l-
the prin-,iiles. ,-If -'-iniit, an the cas'e
Ibe the- n-,1111e4 if the.-y hi r,,--te in Eu-
,r i.i a:,th,-r h Cn ,.,:-ili ,,.ouratri. The clause
1thlig to ir >d, itli ithe a. letinie of interna-
.':i"iiiy. ThD t i iJ..N:t-irn., ns has been re-
.i, d- pends up..n th.. uia'of civilized
s arnd thF peiume>,J ,ae..ent ..f! the fegisla5-
ilh,:ity of thie f-irtrLulnar State in Wa ib6,'
lit is claimell, and iia expic,.s 'Jenia d ,4
;ht bFr auih-.'.ta it-. le-' le.:'i. t against 0 th4)


111- -*:


e Chl4eston Convention.
iur re:dem 4: d ttnti ir. ly ai ',- ar *:.
ate a. tIiorn c t Ie ('haih.-n-t.-n C'.,iiI\tiiiii.
tt.I S, .,i5'i rity w;,- triunipharit; b-ut a
. Ir :.f Ith rSoutIi.-rr. Si iae-, ,cteriri (.ri d i.,o
nr t1' sibr.filt'.-) inniv.aitinr. son tIe la- p 'if
Nhrth, %%ithidew from tlie -'rnveiiti.nri. The
i a nsh for su mg :, time _ul.,uiitt.-l to tln.ir
4'a,:.llnent., o, lh r J.a t LL'h l l, thlbit \,- had
"t Ilespai'vdof seh-in hc- r iI anflm r.._-;: t
be.:om-,.s-.hA duty. X'We lid hl.i-l in tlhrl
nto l.d take a linu titran.- tli:it h- wvul.| ii.:.t
ea j.t frmon the 0,ii :i i licir --in.:r r. -luire-]
a take ; -nid thi- Die lr.ih ta Fo iiiI tli.it .1
ner of ouhr paty. h-as,:'ll froben our ocin
b i.e not Ia re." ..ih i p .: tinc i h -.t ,.e n
i it iumn. aOn id,. other i. ii ,II, tlh u pi.;tiiin
a- F-it.-,ateir a- s h,, i Idl e thi.y vt.rI. r, gainrt
latlll..r lj a,,..,ptr;.J 1:, the C,.,'i~ve:nr['..n, .-iii
;al,:,ted t';:r i dates wh.,. I'e ,. t,:,. l ta ]. ,,n
. A L.,lit i im is ,..i,.-" nhat anii aiiiiounyla.
motto of oul party has ever been prini-
and not inc." The principle has ever
aI primary oin,-sidcratai-it: ilth us, il- lhii-
i-t l,-:n Xf I. >:,0 l. irv ini ort .irtr,' -. \ hv
.hi:ul S.:,iull>:rn i J,:l,..it,-. rv< naiii in thn
-. troi,'-iilr hen |ruri':im.l.etie a'nta':oiii ,ilq ia,:.
IFyr ad te bit.:paCvt er their igrhi, I.

Ithows i d nd aS.rslerl,,=ein

itwtlathsei ,are' i tot o ie..'in, i
*'[l_"' h,,Vn~i'L."'.IOIn, a_- t,, ,?iirj v ,01,1 tlh- [, lu-
_-,.,f h..I ii h ..li.h r.
,.. [ i,.l, t .:.r] n,-ui il, ,' [I-he N <:-it ,-rli' ..
acy in the lai] .Convention is rather signifi.
It shows determined and unreserved
lity to this fmit, of the Union', With
eir loud prqessions for love of country,
he maintenance and perpetuity of this
n, we find tlem n sisting on a principle
ht with evil So t!'Soutli, and dangerous
r Union. oughgh they were aware that
adoption of their platform would sever the
aoratic party, and probably result in the
on of a Blalk Republican, yet they would
concede anything. Our rights were denied
nd in the language of a delegate from
sylvania, a'the position of the North could
e (limitc,.d '5
e fL.-t that tliee'- It an increasing aijimosi-
twe-i L the N(4I| andthe Southi cannot be
d. .Ai.c, a ,i,:li so called Union meet-
ha.ve ,e-ii lll.J ae. 'see no abatement in
hostility ikis, but rather an increase. In-
as umpleasamt as the fact may appear, it is
ttelh:- true, that. the Northern wing of the
ocracy has at last become abolitionized
he old line Whigs before them. Their ac-
n the htho .onai tii..n has forever sealed
'te of the INational Demnocracy, unless at
adjourned Convention in Baltimore they
SI'roni thear- h-..gr:,,':f'ul p.:,-ition. If they
t. tlh: .i aprral irm c-.inias ha\ill eniaibit the
Iel pctilioe 1f h:n ii.g n-ione- but sectional
datettlt-,ie iold; and as the Noart,h I-,,
aepejnftavsa i till-I- ]Cqae w bme, the elahno-
WIN deiLek~g.%& on ap't"Wi -- -1.- i,4i.
St|tal il ,t-'-e i- etei,,,-n
i Aiii-Slu:fitte-r DF.l,, e r,.ry ara to meet. in
,nn ,,n thie c n..:rnl M.,n.lav in June n xt.
i ll .t i;ll this b..h the Sa..mti ,:rn De-
:, n I,:r the Calir..'I.riiir an.rI Oir on dele-
in tie C,)uqtJli'I.- on I'latm!,rm., %ere op-
I-.) that a,]iipter, Ib, tlh. late Aionivention;
-a is-:. aro ,lth r,..- i,: t- :.. .legai;,n from
York an,] Illin.i.. It ii.y b>.tihi.at the hos-
ill recede from their position, and harmo-
restored by the just rights of the South
unequivocally acknowledged. Of this,
wer, we hase but little hope, and whatever
be the result, of the deliberation of the
mond Convention, we believe the patriotism
t South will 'sustain them. Though a
nation should-be made, and defeat ensue,
t will be an hboorable defeat, and far bet-
an that we shlmuld submit to the odious
pies soughtr'0 t be thrust upon us by the
convention .
sell's Popuihr Natral M story.
rts 2nd and 3d of this new and interesting
is rec.e-ive.d. The ability bof the author is
l'i,-nt guarantee, that it is what it purports
Pu bl;-he.d on the 1st and 15th of each
i. P-ri.:L 15.,t1. a number. Address Cas-
,:tt,:r &" :;,lpi,,U, 37 Park Row, N. Y.
The Lemon Slave Oase.
S,..pinion ,:f Judgeg DENIO, of the Supreme
,:,f Na.w York, in the LEMON case, lias
.iL.lishliidJ. Tlih leading point of the de-
it ihat a Virginian coming to New York
ait tiring ihe laws of Virginia with him,
:is r,., rights hera:, which do not Belong to
'n of New York', To the clause in the
itutinii whiih declaI'res that the ,'itizens a.l
ht;ate a'hnmal l~tfmfitlt~l ani ir&d,
nities of <';-tieffet8 lhii -.eveial Star;, s
[DEMiOl gives t6 Ib1lo~inc iqterpr.t.ati)n :
itizen of Virginia, haviini his home anitliln
State arnt- neher hah.img been nithini the
,:f New York, has ihe same rights under
Ss i hic-h a native born citizen, domiciled
iere.-, niould hahe, and no other. Either
* the proprietor of property here, but nei-
',ulld :Ilainm any rights which under our
n:-long only to residents of the State" But
the inn-s ;.f the se.sa.r.il States differ, a cit-
, .he State assertiu'C rights in another,
a:Iimi thenm a-'eerdir,,i to the laws of the
mentioned Stati, r,iot according' to those
:btain in his o\n. Ihe position that a


r3 ut:-.nil ; but, instead-of quieting her, it only lieairts in all the relations of life-in peace and
added the more to her aggravation, and dlling in 'war, amongbt the exalted and the lowly, the
upon a second female who occupied an adjoining ,ich arid thepoor, the refined and the rude-
apartment, the twain sat upon Biki-rr andl ii,- made him the centre of attraction in the
came nigh using him up, when he maniiael t.:, ibmi and the camp, in the palace and the hov-
gain the mastery by felling them boih i.:. the w, aind in all the social relations of life.-
floor with his knife, and but for the timely arri- 'fontgomery Confederationi. .
val of the police, he would have killed ilihri t '
outright. As it-was, each of the women, A tQuestion for Lawyers.
well as-Buckner himself, were badly hurt, lie A nice question in law isabout to grow out of
from the effects of the skillet and thlv fi' .r ih thle fin li'.I of thirty thousand dollars of the
knife. They were all locked uip in the bstaiioi- m,,ri,-.v -i--:I:-n from the Marine Bank Ae-neYy, at
hou'e to await an examination. I'.liiiii., It seems that a negro in crossing a
'- smi-ill ditcli, over which.planks weree laid, saw
THE OUTZaDouGLASS PRESSCURE.-If the the end of. a newspaper projecting from under
outside pr-.Arm re for Donglass at Charleston is at tibem. His Qnriosity was .. .ii,., and pulling
all comparable .to the unanimity of i.vnt-n.riit li paper- out, hp discovered more money than
expressed in his favor by the large crowd of his mind ever conceived the world contained.
Deinmi ats asseipbla Upon Central li. f' r, Fi- I l n.- ...E S ,mi... br..,lri il-, nrnit,.r r. li.,:, *i rlI
day fdfiv ..n b wn i the deparhirc ,;o(. their now lh -l;r ah,
-delegates, it will ovaecomP all ,oprp.-i .n. It owner, iiil li
was y ~d~^ e .&hiJ th -.It I.it. ,,ii. C t, M ea aMli i .,.:
. i al.o t i'W e ,f ,
DJ ~ ~ -A.7!h1


! The election. ,:,..,-
iB,l., ilk :,, ;.u.I r-turn. tr.om ,dtifr,-.ri'"'TE SOUTHERN DELEGATES III CON-
I _,r .,.; i,.t s a, I' ,r I e '1 hiN T Ih ,:,'-.1 t, -rn V E N ] i'.'N .
,1l ite ., nriin her ..' l,:,t,:rr...uit,, T h r e .t i e itli,u . ; : ,i l '. ; ..u ur ti p r -
.. 1 1 11 d h*I' J lh ,,ui ,~~' .ilt *ir .;r t .,i, M ,,Ii l ',,il i .]. .-...i
"..n ",,l .. ... a>, a,,u,,.,lll a it ttt, ,,e ,,,,I,:,l ll| {,, 11, : ; l [ ,,.
L>;n ri d,' : .:. *e likk ,,- t '.,il. and ..:, r. l,,ii. ii Si.it.-- L, l. r I-;, ,1" l r r, ii...i ". ia l-
i .. .A .1 t.. .G, .l-
,:,I ,,il'..*n ;i;,'/^n s,:,i~i ~ir'<;.-Sl.... iIll "'b -,hl Iru ,,, i >: ,]l'l~i i h ,.,-rn Ih l I-'C.~ t:. ~iii.:it.. ji,,J H-,I; i, r -|.l:r.
1 ie,. e ,;l [[r p t :lii.:, i.:.i. r- ln Ii, i,,: I.. In '-",,i|. .l i,:' b Iti i .-l.. >. lh, li r,
N E \ V \N \ N V [I L L E r b- : _-!, *. ,r .I vt t l r h-; i.,tlhi o. r t h..I- E l:'.-.
Y,, ltl.' l, lry% v l]l 'l tlri l-l.-l -L ilt-:, 'ill 1
f ^ : EN .R Lr ,_,.,|,||,.||l 1.1,.|., I,.,-_ : I ",,l < util~lh
I R r 'l r- .... .. . ....... ..... nt r i,,n" \e ,. ,, ,. \ [ ,- .
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ruu ^ ,. ..R er l -^ i- tL,. .-.l. .ll.. I ; ,,r h,' I,,,I, I, -,,; ..I ....( ,., ,, ., \,,,1..11.: tb .
FI T .: 'r,, DE..: ..,, l~ l,>. ,...n t '] l. ,r \\ ..,, I d _, ',l 1...,.I; .
A ,. "- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. y L ,.r,., I.,.f,,re tl, h.:.,,i I!,.- lt ,ll >.i,,l .dI! ,1.,.
.Hru el ...... ... ....... .... .. ..... 1, Ad ,sc i D l, n, e pa a
,.. ^' l, ; l t ;l- i =.-lll M .';, *.'. II., tl ,i l '* l ,- 1 .| r ; u- |t 1]..li ,.*I


I Ol V.ZOR l A t 8 ;'.c lo. in S t. And re s ha ll, *e erlh
F [i! u ,L r .[ *'1 I:. r ,- n l i' th [ I l lr .l ],\ i .. I ir i ,,i hi ,.t. l | l,? ,

I F. .Blair ............... .......... ...... p i beha of order and regularly pro-




WV D. Clarkewe a,.................... -y........ 5 E] : i' wer """ "yW L. Yancey and otI-i
-- :, ,:r-. 't.li r. .i..ii ,, 'elegations and were heard
F i L 'r,,',I '. i'.i 1 L i'i ] please., i
D. W.ric. ................... ........ T.i; i r .ti s ..aled to order by HeeryD.
1`0'.o:---.-or. il~ t 8 oa. c ,i S .: nd e I al. sevelit






J. A. B.larri............... ... ,iili ; ',. ii. n laro e from Alabama. wpro
........ -- ...... .. 'Ii. ... L .r ... a w r e r i .
-. .- I nr-TT ft.Lj^';. j- -- "llr Sffljf'll tL :r i'ill .i4i7r -'' T4 'n ~ rr. "flI niu e

F-.J. n L I Q I` % I L r- t, l : titl--I i.. C o I .:. An:. 1.
.- .. .. .. .. .. .. . ..l ) Rr. 111 lr :.nI.I 11.. .. .. h1
-- iA .YWj, y r>.>, rii .riimoved the ap)pointment r't'(
F.r; F:.2..:. .E.r.rfN,,-.i. 'e^ Jerfi- .. l;'iyard, a l.)clegate fi...n P1L-I
John W. Burnett r.. ........ .....C. .... C T ainan, but Mr. BayItrd
D. C. Fik. t ,"tn l L t .is ."i on account of imperfectlana




-- h.Bin "ant Movacenaintance with the Del-
< RAINES\-ILLE '. e., prent. s
"*"* "'iii,.*.r** ti Mr. Yanci. 11,.. i moved that the Chair be
S R Pyles..............................."... 4.6 j. pei i. il ..lu o. Preston, a gel-gate from






Rogers....... ...... ... .23 '-- T',* l.C' irir.liri, who was conducted to the chair
Commander....... .......................... 1, weith great applause. L.,ey, ll,
-- tMr. F. Lubboeiki, of Teas, was appointed





FOR BRIGADIER GENERAL, Secretai'y.
WDngt................................ .... ,49 r Y ancey then offered a few remarks, B eyx-r
DeBruJi.... .i........................1 ,plai.inig t t.h... and purposes of the meeting,





--- ,d urging deliberate and wfell considered mea-
FOR COLONEL, ur._ closed with a motion for the cc-
,John B. Dell..... .....,..... 4i~--Mr.-|nr rt of the Delegates and Alternates Chirned
Temple........................................... i ed in ,e ca.ll nd the appointment of a colfm





FOR MJOR dittee to report a permanent organization. Hie
FOR MJORadvocated moderation and conedliation. The
Blair.......................................1 8 .li of the States iwas then comnenced and pro-
Cla.ik........................................... teded with. On reaching New York Dr. Skin-
O CO NL of the "Iioad Shell" Delegation, respponded
FOJR BRAIERT GELNERL. Secretary. '* i*





SJe) -.few eloquent words, pledging his co-opera-
Stewart..................................... 4. r .1 te bes wipers and efforts of his col-
Perry. ......... ... ........... .. .. .. ... O i pr.... e t
w -ACASAShA '" nar. u aard replied eloquently in behalf of
e...... O..... .E ... s s P Read On the call for South he Carolina Col.
SPylesl .................... ............. 1 of the three Delegateswho dhid
.e.l................................. .11 ..t ac with the, majority of that Delegation
Co madr ..... ................ ittee torea ot applu erm nn.r'niain l
fOR .IOR.advocated 1-nodelatofcand concslappion.thed








larke.............................. ........... 18 Mi.Y Democrnatic Convwention) made an elpo-
Electio etr.......... etrS.......................... e expression of h is feelings and reasons, and





TO-ak C .T it uis. gie R.T gave his signature and cordial co-operation.
We len ta MiT. Read was repeatedly interrupted by loud
FI a large majority LONEL. I a nd continued cheering. ti o ea-





Ellisville has gone for Rogers by 39 monity. Mr. JEFFERSON M. TSAMAR, of Georgia, re-
J h B.D l.. .... ......... .'"........ ," iio th bet w s san efo s ofh s ol
T em ple ................... ; .. .;:.............. ....... I. L Of t h e D e eg te..d A l er at s nu













Also has givenWrAght a majority of 48; Ba.y a< prd promptly and eloquently to the call for
V. ,. (jeorgia. Gein.- JOHN MIL'TON answered tlitt
s The General Superintendent ofthePo- ".... 'loelda is ready, nthear was followed by Rev.
lice of New York, has made "a descent" on an JAES r OWENS, in the storage strain. Mr. N.i






ob-nioF newspaper and a depot ofaobsnce lit- Bn.Ec BnRROWS, relld fo. Ar a. Mion. T.h1e
lurL ..r....................................f such attackson te press wee -11Gote i-S... tE" ori il etion
Clar'ke.............. ..,.....................)..... 6|1 e d wih,.Democ r ea chic ongNent n ormaD r.Sanep-










nned, f- L .. Xl.iON-. YleLt..o ii-, ex IpaS I e i e ele nreisin- onds, aed
ga his fefnattunaw oenndsocr pledg'in i co-operai
The art it.ih. ...t Lake.i.t-ilii. .gieu SRn l Rea ias r1 T itr e yi s cl






PDernory t.- ..i i.:iE ii .li.i.l.:... i r. to was t e ... l,..i 11. i; r..lro .1 ith rr, t.I...irmi
meet a irli I\i.-qr ii jul 'irilrriuni .: ;ijppoit. address.,
Everybody hails it as the dawn of a new era- 't The Chairman then stated again thec objects
as the overthrow of the mercenary cliques of Jf the call and the eetiing, and expressed an
spoilsmen in the North who have used tmro ..rit..t.rr. desire that the business of thei meeatir
Democratic party merely as a, machine for pl |...| not be ionterrupted by any call ferspeeelir
Dean Richmond, and Mr. Peter Cagger, and the them. e o iLnan re
New York Central SpRailroad, and August Bel On the cn.s [r.n d l c., of l- trto.
mont, and Dick Connolly and John Clancy and it was found threat dy .mi WOOnd, of e by lv.rl








all the political jobbeis with their semi-Black 1 -appear-ed, MrEF R lRN.i' ;. ,lo were made Tor
Republican followers tr. to elect as Democrat- ],c York" ardl o\.,,.r;" I'e r-plied briefly
ic (?) President, Mr Stephen Arnold Douglas, nth his usual clearness, and earnestrainess, stair. N.
who, it is said has also been offered the regular the views of his Delegatior Ar, ansas. Mrped. S.'B.
Black Republican nomination. We hope they epotoearty concurrence in .all movements looking to-
will have a good time of it. ds the assertion and practical maintenance









Let uls take a look at the genuine, unterrifled cif-the rights of all sections of the United States,
Democracy, as the columns now stands: of the common rights of all citizens in the
ALABAMA, states and Territoi'es.
ARKANSASR, L of Alabama, moved the appoint










TEXAS, mpent of a Committee of one from each Delega-
U ISo ll Ann to rp"a list of officers aid rtIs for the










TheT Mi SAI i permanent and perfeR-t organization of the CoFL-
DemO"R"G" : mention "..'In accordance with this resolution
meet. ,ith ici,:ai-tv alIi ,:d i i'i, :ppol't.-- address..










Everybody hailsit as the dawn of a eer- Thic h w as unanimously adopted, gainthe Chairmanjeets
as the ovrthrow of the mercenary cliques oiff the call id thelin m tad expressed an
spoilsmen in the North who have used r .desiORTES, Alabama.ttebUSess ofthe eeti
Democratic party. merely as a. m achine for 1-i IT oal.dnot be interrupted by aniy call fur-speeeh-










lie p d Or. Let DouglsON, and Forney, r ie B. MATrictlyEWS, Mississippi. on bef
Dean RicmonVIRGINIAd. Peter Cagger, and the them. Louisiana.
N ew Y ork C central R railroad and A u g ust B el O il the e,,n .l,1, ti.:.n ',.4 tl.,: ," ,,di of th, ..- .to-,t .
month, and Dick Connolly and John G lancyand it was found that M ,yr WOOD, Of xN, ,. r % ,









all the delegaticaljobben s of th their seuky MaryiBlackrd, -appeared, TLY, Delaware. a fr
North Carn followina and T ennesseect a re, it is said, W. W FISHER,-le Virginiabriefly
divided. But .should Douglas tephen ArnolminDouglas, R. B BOYwith his usual learSTON, South Carolnestness, stating.
there, iis saino dobt they woiildal, with Caregifor- h, J.viewsM. LAMARofis Georgia.nd pledging a
Bl nia, join the Constit nati Democracy, and then J.tartB. on rene all movementslook torida.
willevery sure a gDemocraodtime of State would present an G.M.BRY the assertion and practical maintenance Texas.
Letunbroken front to the geanti-slaveryne, disunterrifiedon, the rights BURROWS, Arkansas. of the nited States,
and squatter sovereignty party of the North. T.L. SNEE, commonfights of all cnritizens i.the
S ALABAMA[-e orDay ook. J. A. GREEN, New York.s.
ARKANSAS, On m otion, the Convention of the appoint-
TEXAS, ment of a Committee of one from each Delega-
LOUISIANrA, ion, to report a list of officers and rules for the








AegroFatSer Desires to Sell his ChIldren. Delegations, and of the friends ganizationof ..itie Cion.
A D GSP ERATE RENCONTRE TI E COSEQCE. e Union, wasccordance with this resoutiones-
SOUTA diulty occurred hion SatWasay evening y 1st. Mat.e Chairman
last, in that part of Cincinnati known s Buck.pointedthe-fllingCommittee:
wn wich DELAWARE, ih flying .iciu- M. PORTES, Joe Lneabama.
a-- OREGON, B. MATHi-i aA.EWS, M iss n a -issa.ippi..
V(IRGINIA. JOHiN TARLETON, Louisiana.















a"'jlled at tin. h. .u-~e ofr liari Eui,-i i.n, a n>"-j~r>-., '*iiu .lripi tan.! pr'.'airi>-lit :.idii and deman1.J.] iii.. *'ul..>-'lv r In' lirn. --lmil'lr>'n, i7f-ntiai li.:'n'r-,r-. .iv tlr;t ~i~ie. Laneis.' b..Lll i b
llgirThe delegthat -is'- K the .1a kh of hi mi r nature am.d. WHilY.l D rilaiiii. Warhe. a
North Carolina and priennesseeu ire, it is said, n tW.e vFISIIER-.i <.f l-in ia pala-nia








and he was determined to sell them into sla'-r Pk P -n:the grVi. ; in-. liiri'l.lr cbin- of lie fron-
and realize a haft~some thing out of them.- tiers mer:. Everywhere we Irn'c t'',niui'lhim at
This very unnatural and hard-heated desire on ho'ne-every wjie .irpl:.yn',g th.; characteris-
the part of the father wor d e fechnw i' ior-. *f well red maia. .e.is such .naturally
the woman Emerson that she ion0 zed a eollIn t ih .n"inctiv.ly, and E his practices udifon"y
and commenced a vigorous onslaught irpr n Ota.)-'r.L wiBli ;iin.!e 'if... in *to nature and in-
Buckner, that he fled incoatinently from ilr. d-iii.: l. hBR R-' long and so assiduously ul-
premises. About half an hour subsequeNtlo rt ri'.iied wl.ai (I.r' i-ii[.lri.'., that politeness,
ventured to return, this time, however, provided |Fin~kn.'--~.3,- na'ntr.--]is .rirh'ravitv with him is
with a huge howic-knifo, the bra.dishing of both an original and a second nature.
which he supposed would intimidate the Ama- Those noble and gentlenmily qualities in
zonian Mary from any furth. r use of the cllina- 'rn nri. Lane, which have cultivated thousands of


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[F .rru itt it r.n ': rI. ,' M ijrr.] -.
The New Corromise-Gra4 "Ultimatum
Sf the Smuth'." I
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.ir.,i,..ip : tIm- .r,.p.A ,:, a in :t. ,:.,iliip.u .n'r, ,.,:
thl.- i -'lit- ,t t'li. ti ..: ;nri liI T .i ]]t.,ri :- r -, a-
r'-.,.r.i.,y .:i-..,:T[ .'h.:tir -if t ie 4. rl'.M11 .i l o1 iiv
l-'..,iit. S .it l, I ii,. il lh .- C'. -r Ni, :,r. Tl%, .- S ,ill-
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hr ti... '1-. ,-l .l ...iir ,ip ,.ri, ihai.t, :.ur:.,T
m .ir w i.. o.r i- ,l th.l the i ,i:' l.1 : -:l.: .

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tl,,'- I_' ,,,i,. ,ir ,,rF ; r. .- l -il r. i -t 3.,-1l. jrl \M r. I ,,,-* .
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H e.'i. .p i s. i,. ,:,l ri[ l u. i, w ,r- e. i, rI t ,:E
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./, T' rir e ,.;r-' h,:C .,I i h, ll.ir;I 'I, Prr i.- t ,-
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,',1 ,. !h a',,,i t n i,,t I-i, n. l ,h 1i .
COgnriT, [I. ., 1.. i ..i,,i)lli.,q ,.[, 1, I.rl.r ,r of"
the U Tit i ... r,.:;Ti,.: 1r. i. i [' persons nor prp-.
erty can i "'in. ,1'. .'r i '''i...,...,p. or TerritorialLeg-
islation. 'r -
Hlie proposed to offerthe resolution, whenever,
t1,,. i,,,,i er ,:,l,[,:,rtlili t.\ ,o:...*;irrid *.t, d,,'- iiih ,.ai'.
,,1.,,,, ., ,r' I tt I,, ,:'*,
E ti- ,l t 1' 1,.1 ,tl | u ch | "lh .'t ,ll. i.. ti ,o t.pil I 1 r. :

.:.rt eii n I n hula.: si eve" V. -i tl end r
iricinb'-.r, ih~~~~tt n .-'fi t ri tr' ?'t li l-'^ ii.

be d ,sb-rd i Cu ,,ie.-'



that a sbrritod L,) (On-l ,atbu, re !cu ld llilstroy s I
i-l;ti,..]i.' TIr. A h' .liir.nu'1-tn rt mIl. N...i-,cb ciie-m-
:..i.1 iI, it thci're ,i.''A L-, i.. |.r..p.,-i. v iii _-I i; i,aBI
Ih'ai, thi,-relrorpd'Y 'r-h i- i .'-: t,:,', l-(r':.'.. The
resolution does nof use the -word --imr, e *.r -li'. ,
ry. It does notrecognizetbhe rltit ,..f property,
in slaves. qT'hs, tr'erefore; theamost rabid Abo-
litionist might vote for the resolution. But,
agtiu, it does not touch the question -..i' '1 ii..i-
Sovereignty. Mr. Douglas never contended
that a TcrritorialULegislatrer could "destroy slaw.
pr-operty." -He admits that there is pioPerty in
slaves; but he asserts that a' Territorial Legisla-
ture, by "urifnrendly legislation" (by taxation for
instance) cau prevent slaves from entering a Ter-
ritory, whilst by failing to legislate for the pro-
tection of slave property, .it might be exposed
to such hazards as will effectually .exclude it
from a Territotry. Slave property, like property
in obscene prints or opiumior ardent spih-its,
may be subjected to a heavy license law of dis-
criminating taxation, by which it cun be prevent
ed from entering Territory. 'This is the posi-
tion of Squatter Sovereignty. When, therefore,
the resolution'offecred by Mr. Howard affirms
that "neither the right of persons nor-property
can be destroyed by Congressiotal or Territorial
legislation"-every Squatter Sovercignty adhe-
rent intthe Cnvention can votefor it. It does.
not touch their heresy, nor is it iitended to touch
it. The resolution istheold device of deceiving
those who are willing to be d4Keived.' The ref
erence to the Dred Scott case is equally evasive-
"That under the-decision of the Supreme Court
of the United States, iwl,' ",l ir. .,,,, ;<:... the cor-
rect exposition of the au t,,,,i,,r'ir i ,/,, Unaited
Stath's." But what is the exposition of tile Con-
stitution of the United States this decision has
inade ? The Squatter Sovereignty Democrats
contend that it has made no exposition condemn-
ing their heresy. If this is so, the recognilition
of its exposition coniits thel'in to no denial of
Squatter Sovereignty; and they manifest what
they snpp, se the decision r. ,, .i'lili,.', Ir.i,
they itK iin tie wunI t .1...t i i ,r1i i li: i a .Lit ,
that -'.u litr'tlhe j .i ,,.i-., ,,. !

I~~I~iU~f57 li tiF ii i-
e", igf>(i^." AtW ',\ ,r..- ,W il ^ d

'whok' Black pui..h.'.,i, p i .,'., _41
thiq.re lutlim .i. m Th, .:.ntI...'.J tI'
can, by its legislation, prev..:ht .I.,-V .4:,1l 6e-.TI
tering a 'Terr'itorv; but theyl do irt/ claim the
thle power in Congress to destroyy" it. The
Southern I)elegates in the Cobiiveicntion present,
as their patriotic and triuminphaniit iUltintm,
what every Black lRepublicani aml Spiatcer Sov-
ereignty D)emoCrat in the whole Uiion may sup-
port. This is, certainly, a most reinarkable way
of vindicating the rights of tihe So4lhi'!i Ani]
when do they propose to prcscn'i this august
"altimotulm?" Whiy, after the 'nomination of
President and Vice-President of the United
States is completed. By a resolution, Which
they voted for, thIe C(onvention determined
that no nomination for President or Vice-Pres-
identshould be made until the Convention had
first settled the platform of princia Is-'pbon
Which the nomination should -tsC The Cmn-
-vention, after six days' agitatioli and debate, has
adoped the platform upon which it proposes to
put its nominees. That platform is Squatter
Sovereignty. The resolutions, l.-rmliimr,t the
rights of the South., have been r..'rieeted;l nml now;
after both platform and nomination shall ba com-
pleted-and not before-these heroic vindi-
cators of the rights of the Southrpropose to in-
troduce into the Convention the miserable cheat
invented by New York "as the ultimatum of the
South." Suppose that this ultimatum was re-
jected (of wliich, however, tliere is not the slight-
est probability), what would they do o,0 out
of the .Convention ? The Convetion will go
out itself; for, having ae.:ionj'li-.hel byv .their aid
all it came to do (mnade a itfof.iii aun'l nomina-
ted candidates on it for il e Pr. -.ial.n-\-), of
course it will adjourn| The onlh danger is, that
the Convention, having finished its business,
may adjouru without considering the grand
"ultimatum of (he South," aniL thus, get out be-
fore the delegates from Virginia, Teimnes.see and
K. nlu..-ky. There may y-t b. a pretty race.
It is clear that1liese ?ollthern leaveses have
lUnt as amaeh respect h.'r the?'peope, o.theSoulti
, the J,-l._g;ime, a, l.fih;biliti.ilinai.aL
a-ti all bands there *gl- -Iio byie Di'otou.iidsct
biii- i,-, ar-i n, kno)lalam i;*B.'~ Ti^ reople of
the C,,ttur Siates niust takm'a ,arc ofthemselaes.
KiNA.P'PINo" AT ThC DEPOT--SrR.ALiNO A
I.'liLn rfltO HER GUARDIAN--A JUSTICE OF'ITH
PEACE HEADING ThE MO)B.-Ltai* Thrm,.-,rv, as
the New York4 P. M. train was ab-'ut lai.na.
amob of negroea anft eigrea car, by force, and maie off: th a girl aged
about eai,'|, "ii,) eamne in thme dluip S~ia;a.
Capt. Snasev, fromn the Sdudwaich Islanls." and
had be-n -t..[.ping ivith the C:iptain at the ['rk
er House. 1 Ilie: ni.oiJer of tlhe girl, a hen d.1 in,.
at the Sandli>.-h Islan.l-, ganic her tc the "Mis


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The iniveup.ti -P-14nIp
II "lormi a'Ftf -IVi -!je S ,"at .4 ha.aglt '

M'in'1-.'-i r,11 i-lltill-r-a -lA rl.n4lY-a rhi a'-. r
n i-, T'.?.,;i-, F l.iiili' .l,, i i.. l.,',-,i ari m' 'ip "-
h<;nr.:;-,..-ii r.d in th=ir :,l.l~uiyk tk,:. re':,,ziij h.. $)t-Vli
.:,it -.-ri r, .ilit.- in Etb.:- 'T .;' it,' ii .- .,iiil ti-f e p- -
t E,:mt,:,n ,:, -.la ,.. i,:,,-r t, Li; the ,: rii,.ral ', ii, ,-rn-
nhi.i, 'in:n' l:i.,I hr,-iau tlri.: i i"i ,'u l, I-t :,r <,',,ii- nti..,n.
_r h,:. t_',r,,,ilr.,n tler, ~r,.'ii,,riie, I, th,:. d>:I...-fl.i-orils
f ir..,- i X ,r-li,:ii a -i .,ri. ,a amiii skiia, time atd ,rt-
l:.''i,,b ta f--n ,,.,'iiuiiliall.,nii Th'll v in,;,\enem ni ,t,_
*::,il- ,, lii.| :t]t' ini liiil i ia I d,-- iii n a radical
,lill ru..,ir : .:.,n ."a r,-? t [,rim .ifle. ri..,,ibtles. ihe
..,il,-,r S,-itfl,..i n S ntlait % ill ,it-., r<.'ltiie fr.:-m iah
i'.',ni it tii-- Puir lrj ,fri : irt l.i.. -ti' rn -n b the
A l Oi'.ili.i la l-,-'ailr,, r hi,: ,:I.I;lr.'- imiinib,'-rs of
'ih. ,_',.,rh, i ii-:, n f it a,-ti ai. ii',.. l ;i St. A n-
,hi:-i '- IIill, rim I tlaei ,,- aii ei-,J Ii- :.lliiig tT,..I.
J.:OuN' P E, r,:,N. < -" S:'tli th .ii:.liirn. to I-- iu Ch.iir.
aii ii-i.:,ll'rr,' tlkinr nam ,:.. The S.-.uilh..rn deIle
-'.i,'. tli ,:,r:-. uiiii:.,l, B il ;1: -.i. t El-la f tiibhcr i,;.-
X i .f il,_ C'..ritt atiUi.
-r. ,,. :..f il'l .l. r i1l1 pir,:,,:,lIy o-- the
ii.-.t ii[r.it.. irit a lw hi.:i l a ,- t lak.- n pla.-e .iri.r:t
tEli l.-,:.hiition of 17' : l Tfi. la-t part ,, piPr -
tending t. I.:. i a NNatlhnasl par?, i: l.r, :ke;i up;
and the anta.:,iri-m of th;i n w:.:. ),e.'ltios ,:if lHe
Union lI.- j ia .thing t.. airrc.st it-i l..rne *,,lli.icnn-.
Thus, u .ir.-n:t i : i is...i].,i-:in !i.- already ) taken
place. ir i ..li,'i,:u. '.:, ict'--.s, 'hunr:h>-..mnm partFeq.
\\hia5 l-hIll 1 :ic.h .i- ...i.4l lirirmerins eexcite-
iri.'it ai;-tg.l8 j a. i'.ry, but tli- puo- t p rl'ei.et '
, ,', l4 r .,. e g o o S6 : ,
lal tj~l nm'&it t1A8 ^S jW, o a..ifr. Bananynd ijs lua~.4
rtt ' _fniliTlii r'e Mr. B.4ATnrt'a 4pecePch
- I '(dr *1irtat nvefi-.n, a'sirin his, ren.,ns fr t.r
wii4is/'trw-v-ii tillnyI S,..ntlhian' S[tate. from the -|[
Cote .eni..i-,- in a-.-.hii -'.-telizcd I.\ a high spiriL -<
of I itli.-iinm ; .il i..ri t. iit -i. Ie enrolled his
ihLini- ,rr.,ng-t ih,:. Southern leaders at their
meeting-that-nighit. South Carolina-tad'-two
delegates who remained in tih Cr.,retion. Cr1.
BENJ. F. Pltr.RV -and Mr. SAMEEL B((ZEFE.-'
They will doubtless be kr,. ..ui in all future.
time. :
AWe have neither time nor -ma,.-, t,-d.v to do
more than chronicle the ,?\'ebs transpiring.-
C/iarlest(m Mercury '

Important Discovery. ..
Mr. F. C. Richer, of Gilmer, Upshur C,.,tnVith,
Texas, has made a discovery which ii a otasw
important improvement in tihe at-, ,,f gnnnery,
and calculated to introduce a C-,niirete change
in the practice of artilleryL. T,, men will per-'
forim the duties of the eight men- required by
the old systemni, and- tlie theory of Ii,..,ling .ai ,-
firing, which now requires such ard.t ous st'ud.ks, -
will hereafter be mastered in a few lessons.-
We do not feel at liberty to describe Mr. Ri-
cher's invention, as he has applied for. but has
yet received a pate-it,blit we can state lha hie
rests claimed, and proved thn- far l'- the
experiments made with a small ini:..ltel, ae not
only the immense reduction in the number of
men necessary to ,man i., pi,.-ees, but the extra-
ordinary rapidity af l>-..i,;ii. ai.] hing. Witlih
RIlicher's gun, from tirentIy hr. ta'i>-ti't -h-its
per minute carl be;fred with a- mnuli saf.it0y a6
in (,Ih" pmi > riit s. Mr. -'i.lirr i- a native of France, but for nma
ny years a irlieisht in this country, and i. r,.ii a "
citizen'of Texas. He is a skillfuifl, civil an.J ni;l-
itary engineer, and hiis discovery is the Irnit f,'
long and arduous studies., He came to N..w
Orleans with a small model of his gun i\ihii
which lie has made experiinciitslin presence aid -*
a iia,., eIati I-------ifi ,,f aA A .i,,,htiu-c .,f ,inii-
,Oile in.
aluied E .nLt e ma et-,,n-


I P M .,-i, .'t.r lh mi t 0a [i lptu e 'iiA.nQ cat
MA-- ",ii-itn is LIa mu-it I5 arL)%t!1eauiajt CaD.
be adapted to guns mOf the old system, And it is
his purpose to pr )cite apiece ofantille'm-,, iave
it altem-ed, andi make a pil.lir e,-.,ri-iiment here,
Ti-Uly, we live in a w,,nidi fil l'age, andt ltlmi
is no telling where the ,..--iiu. -f man wll stup. "
-Nj. 0. Pcca/cane. :

A*Iy-teriouzs Affair. _:-
SA mysteri..,in :.an. su.s-, i,,u..i ahlh4 has, been
the exciting i,,r;c ,-f .,-',,ca-auli.n in Ed-cfileld
District, for a .ee- o.r two pa,-i. A ahort time
since, the body if a min. in imn advhanci sta.ge
of decompositin,,. iras i ',,nid in a dlenae-.epinc
thicket near the E lgefield rod ao is--l ..n- "
miles from JIum-jbi'. Tfhti-e s limitle, p
fact, eopt. the .-sklclon, remaining-only' a
dried coatirigif skin being apparent. Portions;
of the body-the bones, an-.,-were scattered
all about the place. There was nothingffdic-
cred about tlhe remains to gise the lea" %to.
their identity. One pecnuliarity walvToticl e
-that all thte teeth in the luoer jaw weredfl.
ble, except "tirree fr..int o"e. Whether The man
perished omw rpostns, intemperance, accident;
or,, miopepeoiLle still, foul and bloody murder,
are inrosmtable mysteries ,hich may tiever peaW
haps be reroaled io this world.
A jury waW summoned, and the case investi-
gated willthi ihat lights th-e appearance ofthe re-
mains and the spot furnished-and these wer6
meagre indeeid. The verd(at was, of course,
that-the dleeei-ason came to his death from sqm :
cause to the jury unknown. : "
The gtentleman wh,, furnished is these partic-
ulars, 'tatins hat last Christmas night, pensolis.
in the vioinitvY heard cries of murderoand t.ro
pistol shots in succession. fEbrts w er- maIb
at the time to ascertain hedce or frown whom
they proceedei, bt u;it lLou&t avnij".
It was only by lire m-erst accident ihat these
rent4ins havau been fQuiunt. but. 1h j -er
caknce, perhaps, to this slight cirumu--
eie tha&Lan-mrder hadjeen co9mittd'eiq-"
-=. -taUX '.-= ..-oa .. '-"-'n"i*,
t "c i' ,

The following interesting trail, of agaty its
the eaihine race has been givri mis (says the lon-
dlon Dipetch) fronin aft authentic so'iiec: A.
brother cif Mr. Eslcr, of Johnson Reef, AltLra-,
lia, a short- time siqe, left..the disict, and weilit
overland to Adelaid4, taking with. him a dog
belonigiug to his brother. On arriving there,
thIe dog appeared ill at ease; he. determined to
see whether he would return, and accordingly
wrote a letter to his brother, and enclosing it in
a ihaldhcerehief, tie-d] it to the neck of the dog....
when lie then staltel. A Icttcr' was then posted
to the lirotl-er, \\ith lie somewhat I conic con-
tents of--" De.-ar Brother-Arrived here stihr.
For further particulas -ee doo," This was, of
sourm-:., perfo:tly uninthelligible to Mr. Esler till
the day after reeeiaing te letter per post. the 1i
four footed niessenger ariied with his "furthefl
partnfeiular's" round his nmick. Afier his lonely
jurn.:.' ,.f 600 miles, lie did not appear much
"fl'iuie]ed, but se-emed overjoyed at regaining his
owi t,)oun again.

*~ a
SW\\ hat animal but man did yon ever seeB
niilirat a female of his species? The claims, *
t-:, rity an-j uincommorn consideraltion every weo-
man Liilds amp lining a fea' yrar- i--f marriage!
How tiu.' nir ;, um less IhLt herusiband corrnpts
tier, or JnIt'l- aher to dr-ap-iirn! lrHw often she
is i.),i.d ii,-pitec of hI :r a. .ilnpla! How rarely
-li !a i a etil dippr.,ed blit by his example! Got:
iamde ler it:',ker, that naan might have theo,
J t i s~wrior joti of protect-.
iL.i andt supjtritinr ricc. To 1prtiqr. It 'ler wihli
the strengthii so inri.eid himin fvr le'"'good, 'i,-
to reha- l aI-aiiinl, liCeain-'.. d .ogn- it i-'.tk e -.'
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.onaries, to be. provided foray aiI theIy nighLt ihink
best. The Missionaries gave lier t, Capt. Swa-
sey, to be educated Jy tihe Capain', wiai', resii-
ding in Newport, R. I The tapt.iin h-ias in li;.
possession papers protinm- tlai'stt.iiinie. lie
had bought her ticket, secured'4 her seat in: the
-car, and intrusted her to thIle 'care ,f his .-iti.r.
to be taken to Newport. whec.iphe %.it ; i,:lonill
stolen from her lifiijl gudiAii b-,y a band il'
lawless negressi.-', .b',hiair>i:tr.: liy i lot l of n-1-
groes lookingg ,:i, :nrd w:,s I.Jslnppei f-rain lihe
depot. The chief uhite. a-:too T'thi- <]i--l.jraeo-
ful-outr.i.' wis Eidwair,. MiArno, E1,., :m Jiiniiee
of the Peace, ,manI rriner -,If an E-'.-li'.. to New
York. lie seized Capt. -\w -e) ite :t-.it col-
lar, and commanded him, ,uili no.> iah..lice
whatsoever, noron making any:distui-bance, to keep
the peace of t'Ic (4'.it,,1mniii'i -;Illi. I?[, F pm'ir-
fomined this e.tr.)rhiJ.iil r.i 1':,rtiihi -ike- ol iin-
creasing his h.t\pia-' Fui-uia-, h. -aill fitn out
,.,...rii itli i ,hai sne.-:e:., lIy a I.,fg. *liriri lh...,
of piaskta s. -It' lie -.,an tn.,pnli thi' in',.b-il.'
b iiir it .. ...'iip a ,, z.- n. l,. ii" ill.i vl'.'i.,it' 1 '7, .. -7 -
pr.-:.i lmui gia cri lik m n .el'..,ia ili W'.:,, t. XVe i e-
cm' -, c-unr L..,,iiii '_:wiKa -fom- ThI p ei..it.--3r'a' ,i
. '! rI, .lri,.a. Tictes, ljnrl 21.

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4: ~)~ ~ -,i~* .i. ~Chase o[ a Slaver-Terrible Resull.
iAi-ii a ii .- C ON i B i I) I) A( JN AI~SCREDUL
hiu=d w, L.; I t, FLO, -A h 14,' U. r S.. M AIL LI
'----2--- = .... =:-'---of Africa, by a British v... p1 and a Pootugtuesc BCO fLOUR C U M
lecon Bau~d QuIrl< Mh ,," i t. Jlm, Ii.- steamer. The rnaster ,4 it,.: slaver, seeing no B 1 o r i a and r .aa
trir, Florida Conference. chance for escape, headed, hler for the rocks. A Florida., Dnd8-,,...... A
Lake City....... .... ........... do 12 and 13 lt er sas 10000 Lbs. Bacon sides an soul- W r'
sa s"" .] O," Lbs Bac n ed s aiasxu
Marys, miss..... .............. do 19 and 20 Just before ..... ,.' ,- Portuguese gave e, L bs FaT -some vr c e SUT. MAvrRY$ choic.
Ginilh,.J A,.luamiss.... .....do 26 and 27 hir the conten-.. .,:,-i ity-two pounders 80 Bbls SpTrfin adExtra Flour. che U,
&. Ad .gu. ri, .................... ....June 2 and -3 which brought i, l.,I,..t|. i | T down, and, as 2B Kegs prime Buater. *L ^ r e'' i '.l" '"
_,'P lak .....1ushT' o n nd s 2 egs prmeBtts ";hI ... i r.1 hit am- r' St Mni r y-QpL.
.. aiatka............................ do 9 and 10 it was blowing al,...,- +', ..t wind, his jib- 800 Bushels Oats. -- .
,lt...l ........................... ..do 16 and 17 boom followed directlyvi after. However, the 500 Bales Hay. 1 O 0 1 \ h,,T1v'r-,-.[er J,.--r N.
1 rr................. d1g Lrt 0 .,a l i '"I.Ji t a ......
rae .................... ............. do 23 and 24 fellow stopped for n...rlin.., d just as night set 'W A 1T ... A,.. I.,I,.9 II,-+,,.Iv.,at l...F fr4rad.,
S,,,,m,..., ...... ....... do 30 July 1 in, drove .er high o s Wn ., J ss 6e L......
A p..iL.tual attendance of all the official members is pez, the Portugues.: t, ."i., by that time be- STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY f. ll- I rri-e mi FrniD.ia eyty 4
-' earni.lv .',p..-..' JOHN C. LEY, P. E. ing in lose range, but the Gloucester was far -y r-- G---o-ds;.-... ________ !u 1,.;i,,.ir"' iirfs'+ ''.hue'l t
behind. Those on board the other steamer, .J f".'r,,,''.. ,h,.v will leGo... Fernndiu ev.rs.|
THE Cesus.-Circulars of instruction have however, describethe ...... as truly heart ren- en" T u ,.,l.r makes the IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT, thtr c in ow ro l.,,, >,,-rr,,,.., artl te, .. .a ,,,''a, tl heee
b.- bn ;,-':.J to the Marshals for thetaking of the ding. As the brig struck, and was overhelm- y- ,, a| )e- a ,,. .d'I aue4 l
':eighth census. They are ,full and explicit and ed by the breakers, the poor miserable creatures ,a i .mplete and carefully sale' rl ... nir iha .' .r. .'0o "'t, A
on board, probabh, to the ,,,, -.r,. five hun- -l'rri er :m lt a d c rf lI sl ,t:, q.,k ,,"ad \W ..ir: ,,I y. i,d r IN.-w iv1.,i k bud .the- Ni
are accompanied by specimen schedules .for theo bord, probably to the ,rl,,l cor u- l five hun- i UT J O J i ',,Er ,..r.l.n hr Ct,.,rl.i, ,, nd HRaf.
mtdim.g up the returns sxith .- .n The dred, set up a howl of des1i' l. r it could be n W i'r N. Y' a I s ti N
d mfkt,,up the returns wdth diff,,er ,,,.. v.lhe heard even above thee ,".,,.- of the hungry e'v. l 'r av te an of t.
matter and form do not differ materially from sea. But it was too dark,. by that time, to see t ,/ : ar. ,:,,,,,.l..I iO .-.,tela l e.ip.ercr
,:.those used in the seventh consus. The Super- much, and beyond human skill or power to aid jn-.._ la. ir a 'r g i.rnt,, ..
iatendent expects (..tl..|.......-. prcvioos to the drowning wretches, so that they soon must HAT. i ... F A :no: '. --F:t;N 'tNNl ,i
c. Th c- ni.. ci ne have met their doom ; for on the next morn- "T ] Va0 U D S TY'' eva pt lN-t
. October. .The"6en-o.- tk,.i- ;:... cautioned in thebeachinside oftherocks was strewn CROC1ER1 t! LASS'WARE MT TA
. against comimunicl,,...- i,-,+it. .. individuals with corpses and the framients of the wreck. '.'WfI\ A I I III \L' l EB
for private purposes, or to the press for publi- Nothing was found, however, to eveal the name HARD WARE AND CUTLERY, .. |VI11 -1u .vnnl n
.cl .. "i tof the slaver, or any other, information coneer- CLOTHING, JSADDLERY, T V -.-",,,_ r...ui,, ;- .
.. -----y+----ning him, save that to the practised seaman she A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
HELPaR D-L, ,i,.-,-.T.,l,. T. Floyd, of Phil- proved of Baltimore build. YTlie monsters who And a great variety of other articles. All of which ,i- O F TI E TR AD E. '[ L aRtLt Pf FERNANDIhA.
lb-l'ha i S1iOis offering manned the vess I -.:1 to have es- offered very low in exchange for cash, Cotton, Na- RO T
.-l. o vess 't-" "[''" es- val Stores, Hides, or good commercial acceptance, by .
tin'q .. 1:71. -111. ,..11,4 1 t1, r EVERY ii + INr, ITS Ltru. k, andW i-l
-. .... ,, i. ..-Ii. ......-. ... in ... t,-r tBROOME & THOMPSON,, A EIN;U E WELL SPPLIED WITH EVER Al'l 1 IT LINE.
S -,- D i,,] w," .y .S; ,, ..' M .... ,i, .w t' ;, F ern an dina. '
.,.th e, oars n ear by.A good prize was thus r lost flf ', .,,lD5O5' .. ...
Or, 00( 1+o a, ,,,,, ) vt,+ +
Original Let'l e froA La Faette. and, what is more, probably five hundred hu- D1 W P" Pt I C.IE.-- 3
S .I-he Camden ,7oral says: man being were launched into eternitv., A S WhfN hpp- -A.
We have before us an otigenal letter written 4I4 lJ ^t) I' WHN shopping, are in% ited to examine our extensive variety of
W.e have before us an'oriia ueter, srte rid id
&I n. La Fayette to Col. Thomas Sumter, son ., ... ....'{ A
i(,:i,. ThIomas Sumter of the Revolution! NEW U VD E TIC EMEN4 t ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Newnans-' DRESS GOODS, BONNETTS.
and- the father of our frmer R inville, and vicinity, that he has just received his C21OLINA AND C
SPRING STOCK STRAW GOODS FLOWERS; L1.;HNWAF
anid the father of our former Representati'e in GOODS ST AWFLOWERS MI.OE ,LTENt ANDxR UOLBD-ONDA
Congress, Col. Thomlas D. Sumuter. N o ic L I'-~- .- I Ir',rndnaF ria
g "-he letter was given by the latter gentleman de, Il, as administrator of the CONSISTING OF RIBONS, TRIMINGS, ENBROIDREIES. e.'.... ,- r.. nt .h...r Ra..al te
eIX mentls after date, I will, as administrator of the r ws J oLOTHS, gr.. ca.r. I ri.
.-.in Juine 1847, to Major John Rosser, of this estate of William Lavender, present my accounts ;CCIpa..-..I"I.. ly F.rsjh.Jr. 'o-r r It .; I..1. I Ja..rnrilr-,
pla.., to whom we are indebted for the follow- and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Alachua court- O.A.SSIMERS, IN short, every department of the concern we endeavor to make particularly intresting to this .j ,, .
.pla., wom. Weae ind orte ty, for final settlement, and will at the same time, ask to Dt K class of our customers. K- ,. n.:...,,, ,l ,.,, ri,.thr poifn in ci"
"AuBRAAY, 24TH MELLIDOR, 13th July, 1803. JOHN L. CAMERON, S A T I NS, r c .,oj, i rL, .l,.hla,
./1q Dear Sir:-Iam much obliged to you May 11- 6m Administrator. P 1 IN. ST F rILK r .....' .1 -" i rn
f eearcr; and I have been happy in a personal J fce' -r e" .1l-a articles useful. M .., ,.- ,-,,,i ,,,, pa, :,,p .,. F I,, ,i,-
acqunt.d. ,tl, that excellent brother offerr r,nJ1 -R.\T 'ged. 4)Q 'Tle Boys and the Misses have not been overlooked in this selection of styles forpring and roa.l
and ,ii4 .:,in, ....m he has placed according to i t P T Summer. The public generally, and especially those who have heretofore done a s all portion j.,; l.-r ,, .,., ,, ri ."t n he .
Ts' +l.. The more one knows of revolutions + 2 W U T LINEN DRILLS, Irish Linens, Marseilles and oth- of their trade in Newnansville are invited to give us a call. T ,.'ar.I,,a .,j, .r. i.' i-i t:r,,on -
am.i trr iun, the greater respect and affection he i I S 1 -A N D S A KE ervestings t- h er-wanr e m,',,J..,i' i .r.......1 ,. ... ... ull ,,r-n pilot.., with
|,l I ., the conduct of the virtuous troops 20 Boxes English Diry Cheese. f ffine w-l! .,,,, ,,n th, ..r ,, r ild v h,.. r,j- -,
i 100 Bushels oats. s L M -411 wI 1.,.i r IF.i3II'. rh
nli,'h i-i.e fought for American Independence. 8 Casks prime Rice. eli,",.i.
T.:, I ..n.. of those veterans is for me an eex- For Sale at Depot Prices. Coats, pants, and vests, ready made shirts and collars, 'I)wnansvlle, March 30-IOL PL]AS.r. .eAND RAlTE.. OF FREI1HT REDUCED. *1
haustible source of pride and pleasing recollec- G. M. GALPIN. under shirts, (a fine article) drawers, socks, gloves and } ,e;Iil ,,n n,, M..ac 3i-r',. i, F, ,rna.i3 t arl.n F *
tons, my health, after which you havo been plea- May11handkerchiefs, various styles, suspenders, neck ties, in- li- b; i I, Fn' r',l n ., me.lundie
ed to inquireisnmowI,,,f..,Ii restored, except- 0 P A F TUfl Thankful for past favors, he hopes by a strict attention ^ g,, n. m-L.., parrirmri[pl, .. .p,
ingsome iri.m',. -,r'a wound in the foot, and thlie iMF11 A GOuO FORTUN to business t merit a still larger patronage. H. L CfLS",LM, Ag.int,
byecessi over, degrees, the useoi my N. B He is also in receipt of the Spring and Snm 'h.L C esn 1
legg. I expect to be ili a fortnight at La Gr'anere. G mer Fashion Plates for 1860. TA'LOR, BE'KEIAM & .A..
Mr. Muniiroe will probably cary this letter-ien 'A ,KI April 20-3mG,,R N .Fe ial.
case he. has gone, you will in a few days receive oFOt MAY, 18o. u s e 0 r .- ''"r '
it by Mr. Livingston, who intends making an eJ .S eCelVeU. '-''B Semi-Weekly Mail
excursion to England. I every day enoy the L e or i Ctte ry. i,, L i y
OFcu toE EAL_ RN
th,.ni.,t! of the blessed arrangement~for Lonuisi- State Lottery. IN ADVANCE -, T t
ana which has so happily taken place, instead of IcKENNEl & Co., Mlamaagers. fitT' .1 L- a-k
_] a ,olonizm plan. thle inconiveiicneces of whichi Bv Secial Actof the Legislature. IAtoti(Leqslar Kr an I la ri,. Piii. 'n' li'ir,: rho ,---.
EV.p)C
0l.im i, .'.i-i. I-- 'H. 25.e r e to 0 Choice Duffield Hams, 5 H ds, new Bacon Sides,, -parin IF.,, I l- ^. an iI.- 1,, -."g
wau l, r. Y -et am n 1 : ..i. ."' I. -/ ,' ," i i'. Prizee to Everyn2 cL Rct Hhds3 Shoulders, 5 Bbls, MessPork,leaflard, a v. tii I--f .- -Ye0t, beet tongterm mua- o t-ai ges, 4 caslk ri,. .. LI',. l:.tr ,r, j i,. rid ,, A. M,
war. Ict~ainongt,, 1 ^lETr soda, sugar, butter, crackers, 40 Bbls and half :..C,"va. -A.: -I I i hv i. I
i .100 bushels corn, 2..boxes Engish dairy 0 s-s" cnTTiFT I ) 20 ,i..,bs ,ar SUM MidEI', OFi 1.i A .
%% h. I 1,, 11 1.- -,+hv.l .... crn'ushd and brown sugar, various brands, /o .1-.L-II.I li" Onm e I l-ai" -ly P M.
-' l'a i- i l. Ir '.l* In i.....n. L'. SaWI, A P[L" f I ZE ', ...... rsigarse&c c &c, which willbesoldatde -' -' S--..8IW N ,n ..- 'lis r '
r- .mkm''nn, iQi, ISO~ 00
-'f' ll.*'>;.,'h-U -.~-j~~"l-yt^ &L. rf d -S LLV' p >. n ..,sby 'a. y. 'q u.PlN_ H irjst rfeccii~ed direct ?rom Sew Yo1'i^..r i:w)pkt~e and emaelniH.1 i}e~^MM,aje '^ y a^H M^ .^
+_. -" j'."+,p,, ,...,., ,^*iiT nT r ..Ti:.,..,, ...,-""F'. ]si-B'T -. ,- ,= T ..... ."-- ....eI,--- *,-I-=T ... "TVrO o> ;=Hri _,L.,I, .- +"^' +j -f. ,^^ l'l!yE8L.^'y gSf1'*'.
-' .-.,, .'ii -in -. ,,,,, .....,, .ri,,, Tn P.'' fl t1V -t l-_J,. +.. 1-.,. -l_. .=---- -- -k-1- ..... -, -.+ ... -m-lv. _
'sri rY', n-:L I0 N F.7-M
j'I vo" ,,,NLY in I ,,- SIGN OF THE '- At I ', d 4 t "i! 1 .I,
.. ..""'- "'1 _,.,rii I L I,...-,:.... ,,., .. i-, PpOPOR NtION. .< ...AND ... i M M ER S ^ ^ ^S?^ ".- /-,
'Eig.,.nt B t.iin "-. ,', Drasni EA ch +Saturdaty, a 1860. 'The. Ladies are invited to examine the Stocks in this market and price mt St.ic>l bi.n t.rc thm' and Ri R. zod
T.. IN THF i ,, r .. T .... i'n ,i^,T'.r the".iipp---. *. 9 p e, an th Fri da Bilrr o- E o.hs
.S.. i ..... 'I OF S..VANNAN, GEORGIA. ." -- :"' w ___iill hereafter arrive and depart as p
Ti.1,,,.l,...i l'...t,,,.,t... ...... .,l ..,, .-'7 to D rawn M ay 5, 1860. -. ..... .. -', l J. i1.,J- the following schedule... .. .
I ,1 description: .-- 71 to be Dirawn May 12, 1860. "Costar'" Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator. Leave GainesvilleTusdrv;, T.rr.vndaturao
Th iI-arrival of the cars from Fem'~in'nnira. r8 .U
.. The building will be one hundred feet front C .72 to be Drawn May 19, 1860. "Costar's" t D ress a n d ool Arrive at Newnanville by12 P. M .s meday.
on Main street. ,,1I ; li,.in.,. I fet front onil Clas to be Drawn May 26, 1860. "Costar's" ABed-b'rivge at NewnaE nntsvilo by 12 P M loe.
lm NI,[~l, .tr..t,-. L, .1..,,,, onrear cor- A cENT SCHEME. "Costar's" Silks, Hlosery, Laces, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cambrics, Needles, vDolns, ]vr,,.t.. Gloses, dlock. an d onS" I.
_MA FICEN Dolls,, "Costar's" o'clock, P. M., and on Sundays 2 lk
.,,,.r .,itni I,, tt., t'.I, ,|,i., [ i.... I, .,'s dw'eliing; 1 Prize ofois ................. ...0,000 "Costar'" Electric Powder, for Insects, &c. Mntillas, Prints, Shirtings, Thread, otions, ibons, Organdies, Trmnings, Fan, a elt, &c Due at Gainesvi0le Wednesdays, Fida and Monda
tl..l.- i,. e .-ti.,,;s h,<'h above Main street; with 0is ..................... 0,0'00 DISTR*OS INSTANTLY &6 &C &c. ~ at 4 A.M. .
~ 1 do 20,000 is ...... ...............200..mv es~sn o& c at 4 A. XM.
......-n ao i s1 i do 10,0001s .... .. ..10,Ouo GENTLEMEN A ND O C T I Distance 2Omile? Fare, I -:at....-.
-ll.sr n.,'ri ...mI.,.. '1..1; i..1Ig. I do 5OOis. ......-...... ......... ,000 o Bats-Roache.s--Mice--Moles--GroundMice-Bed-Bugs *b IwhI hl i I2, ina..........
Th|....fifteen feet I',ig 1, do 4;000 is......................-.... -Ants-Motbs-1Mosqritoes-iFles.-Insects on Plants, BOfi ..en.ee.... t,0d -n o -su -F -I t onPlan "I Connecting by cCL OaT hNh h' rain for Jaekscnville at
....... I. ..... ",oo -A .. Bald-n, aod ith tharlestotasandnsecs hone Plants,
i____ itb.',;lcm ir, ..I i'.,,, ..- into.sx ro... ms on 1 do 3,000 i............ ......... ,000o Fdowls, Animal, &c, &c-in short, every form and sape- Baldwin, aR
Ml 1 do 2000 is ... ....... 2,000 cies of ats, Caps, Shirts, Cravats, Coats, Vests Socks, Pants Drawers, Suspenders, Fenandina. L M. S RBOROU(Il
So i .. .................... 20 July I-" i i iinInin c i" ""
r.:-t. .,r lr..,'.ir--t'. ......' r,--lor.s tw'e i do i' ..' .......... ............. 1,. ..100 e m. n .
ty-two by one ,,,,l,..l, two twenty-two by 5 do ,. ... ....... I..... .,00 V e r l 1 SCHOOL BOOKS AND TATIONA SALE OF- ,
esg,,u,.J ti,:. r...tl.,,,rti twenty by forty-four 10 do i.. .................. ,000 10 Years established in the New York City-used by the- ternalImprovement :.and.
t.2do .300 are...................... 600 City Post Office-the City Prisons and Stations Houses- HARDWARE WOOD I'o iT '\T' TIN WARE, of *J, ii i ,:,.arnl ssfTrsiesofile ieiernaljm.
teh.. ..... i,.I t., .. ae a concert room 2 do 200 are..................... 400 the City Steamers, Ships, &c.,-the City Hotels, "Astor," dHARD WARE r POT ANT TIN ARE, i ,ent F.L, notice breby gien tha
or. hir,.l.,,iiI.I J.-lt,,.ri- l. seventy feet, in- 50 do 150are... ......... .......... ,00 St-icholas," &c.- .{ GROCERIES BOTS ,NISi+ lands ,nnirw,,ed ,o ,he State o heriiea under the a1 i'
< hu,,,ir...'- e .'r".n''Ini,. &c.," ad witea gal- 0100" re'....................... ,000 and by thore than 20,000 private families. DRUGS % STONE WAIE AND C17CKERY Spl.mbcr 4. 141 iS,,,Lnonly ds--igrnm4l4 "Internaln *,.
ary'. ,i's g.,. ,i .are to be o r ....................... ....900 Druggists and Retailers everywhere sell them. LQUORS TR.I eAv AND SEG ARS. lrvsment Lanr 'r,",i whh have not ret er
lho rnI '.. r(Iii :,n, Treasurer, sixteen by 100" 85 se..................... 530 Wholesale Agentsrin allthe IargeCitiesandTowns. LIrdORSale. % AilN be srubj ei to privetofre b
GrDDciXI5IT,,1 in. r. I hI ,~ raurr iPIE.!! B EWARE hI of spurious imitations. -. it suplid osrfstdiusin' i'iser Eie, drst dav 01' June next, withte ae
eihtcn f.:r I a I. ; ..,. reception or refi'esh- APPROXIMATION PRIZES $1,0 Sample Boxes sent by Mail. have frequently supplied the wants of the most fastidious in thi, oumuniwth unsurps. ,re ir a n ,ih I d ..
... .. 1,0o fapl goods ton thei entl. -aifcin rthe i ow:', ni ng r ncpr_."
,n.nn-t r.....rm. t',1 ii='r vi-.- tl.irt n tr... feet.. This 25,448 Prizes ....... o.itm;,,. to.........$212,140 Address orders-or for "Circular toDealers" to _d "ri- l.- goods to their entire satisfaction. PI.ron, osning hmprovemen oa0 any of said
story i- .i L. ; d. in the clear, HENRY R. COSTAR, PaINCIPAL DEPOT, .And now the' public generally are invited to give us a call. nill Ih.ve the pret'ar'-nr" ;n entering the same, pro+
an.] a t, t iPr ,ll -th, .' I d ne e Amounting to. ............ $366,040 512 Broadway/(Opposit St. Nicholas Hotel,) N.Y. I- W W AS SCrOTT ,hc p,-,s.l',n,-.-,:,, i,,r.r,:.meni be 1Ied on o' befo--
an p. it i. h iir of tthis story and the one WILL BE DRAWN THIS MONTH.. SOLD BY G. M. GALPIN, Agent at Newnansville. W W A l H .' Iir-i f June. Wher Iao or mtre own improve
bel...w i, ,, kt ..Il intib three stories, the Certificates of Packages.-will be sold at the following April 27.3m. 0 --on-- t? tina t e rahe err-onwiaeull rtihie. n
I'-i'r I-on.el,-.r.m lit..l.: n ,,.lh,: two upper ones rates, which is the risk-: :+ w i cTeu sll Oeeid b h Irk h imh pref.r.e-oth ais b e pre
f .ir the Sp,,rl.nr's f',ilm, t ,be .1;.,.1 into Certificate of Packages eflla Whole Tickets.'$$60 cea s Volcanic Oil Liniment P lit maki g such i-n-i -- proremeng -ilh be ppeuftp
o do Is Half do.... 30 Will relieve pain almost instantaneously, and it will U. C-,nflirmn thtponteiting phrie mup
*"iTh.i th'ir..I.,,ririt.l bertwents feetahiiy h in do do ? Quarter do.... 15 cleanse purify and heal the foulest sores in an incredibly -. i, L IIH ] I 'I1 IN tl liT f t i.Jenee uptniwaeIh h.ire laiyi beaedbefpreon
'T. lin betet ee ihi do do 10. Eighth "do ..... 7.50 short time:."i~iUlUI~Ii ... I "i'-' ttefiret olai.J.ne Fromamy decision man apeald uo
Lhe ,^ir, anI t,. I"' .'i,,?I',.; in.;, a n)r,,n,, 1..,I.. d FOR HORSES AND OTHER ANIMALS." T ; ,h B of T Frym an after l:efimt,:of,
runi ,i\t- by lmiri,.'ti it, intl t.,.i i ... .'..tin ,:-....i at T hi *s MeLane's Celebrated Liniment is tlhe only safe andre W S. & C. II. ,T HO MS NS hB.ard of Tsrees. From an after thet fimtof
routse, Sui...r.Jjiit,.i' L..,i'''.-l't I, .'t- .i. I.. 't- la.'.tt 1 lI s liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind .. .. -b p"lnerr ce ntp.ro m nt Laudu "wisl be r omltefrmer
nilll t".. "iliti i.*r rii [iigalls, Splints Unnatural Lumps, Nodes or Swellings. It C.Iw n "' onlv, 'enaperle l t,ein ,duoedfromtheformer1
eilh,, tn Inn' ,ini is-in", in inn .'. in- I n .'.-SI will never fail to cure Big Head, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old s" I'als,.,herehy notil5" all perioaa who are indelte
lhirti" I; on,.'i ,',..l.-. am.!l ls..,,tm, i..,l, -nlLh e A "1-LENIhID DRlAVWlING ON Running Sores; e or-BSweuny, if properly applied. For i f heTrnte upon" tutpnien( notea, giin ftr f eMB
duiilb w.n,. i,'.,nimininin. ,tin ,.. .:,.il..l.n. The Three Numtu.ber Plan! Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, CrackedHeels, Chafes Saddle poae of internal ImprovemenL or Swamp and Ov
TIme eti]tll l..:>r i. rin I..? .i Ii |, i,;. inn w.-'ca enr.-sa PLACE ONs EsE~R or Collar Galls, Cuts, Sores, orWounds, it is an infallible C. < 0 S S A. ]VE R cld Landi, that rinil nooes bhae lbeen, under ordia
The )'.*lart ti.Jt..:,r is r,, d.M .i.-.J in t:.- d i,'.4, i|, wv T xo remedy. Apply itas directed, and a cnue is certain in r WOVoN Board, rursed mer tot he Treasurer, Mr. C.'H. *H
le ~ni. a'l i'if--. nh:m nn''2 W dedy an aud every instance. .. Patent Expansion White Double Trail aho is autho'ize'd to receive themoney. for the am
t^.er r..,,,,,,hyrl..yiTi.tn,-rt.,,;.:,,,....im.,.1. ,Wednesa and saturday erf.,ol.srirwhhemanyworrbleamLinmi, ent. "TEEL iPRIN'4 SKIRTS. HVG* A. COR1iEy,
*~Gnrind E),,-.mipiiset r....n I'.rtk ,.\-n,-in,i. n'.,;. INllh ..i... -offe's s'ml.o 'i.iyore ()b, 'r.1s,+r lf Dr. UcLaue's~elebira=~ v~.Sl Was'..N's~ning """+'i+4i~ "'W ah++. .. ... 0 ..... m o rise o ar of Trnmate








ainaimies' r.:t.l,. iHn nty bt Ib,,ny f--i ,-i~. I I'.r i.1. .;. 4..' ?........ 4''.." *rl&' ;GE M. GALP'IN. a't'ua the ('ilebrated Paragon and Corrugatesd S|>nrng5 Fosr n1n by ^ 4.--- i~rh8ft -^-. ^^
F.,r ctfbttfplRt'fs t '.;hTiru.-tn:.r ,.:,1' tl,ii I i'..'...! Jr......t............ 4,000 At Newnansviile. April 13, 1860 A- j W "toj 2 "n B
h.ji.nx- ti, i.n,,imiln,:. ,l:.r i,rtilmium, 1 Prize ,.....................ze1,""0 I) l ewnmmnnn T1Te, Ar t W ash W' BE k.tOL i th Ai mowotr a do g n
li ;t,, a n il $ .7, +. '"a F,:-.. .. . '.'. ;.. ; t.';'" 7 ,,.." "^, 'l. .f .w n an. .ille A p ri l 1 3 ff W IL L B E !O L D on dh e fow...of.W a. .o n .
*1 ii---- n'c'i :..', ..I. I,.'ia i ,.......... "7,000 MARSH-AL S'A.LE. t, -- ,',.--- T o, April P,,M. the following delae"ibain
M,,RE LMr F.R ,,ine [';.if.LV L. 12-5 ..ni,? B" P1''7'" "f. ...... 125are......... 6,210 BQY VIRTUE of a Fiere Facias issued from the Dis- *T ',o ir Lom one mind two, in block 18, lot 10 in
'. i'- ili- m- li .1 .. F,11 .. in......... 80'are......... 20,720 J trict Court of the United States; for the North orn [o, 79 86.,. aer., eaf half the Sonth taiaqt
eigl'tn,:.r, tl,- m. ,,- ,i :. I ,- in 5. 1 I;'...*. ....... S(are......... 3,200 bfstrictof Florida, and to me directed, I will sell in the r ,- olfrsedon 2,,, in to,rnch;p 6, of Range 22 East.
a ~ p I -'I l r, I 1 i I ,,'i ..i' l- ._ ..liP,,..- ..,i ...... 80are......... 1,920 TownofNewniansville, insaid Northern District of Flori- Mv Ageht at W aldoMr. E. R. Po,:,stn is .etrl,,ri,,:-,J o I s,'|l ge's]J alone for ,:mm!h or ils equi- pr-ny belonging to tleataU ofJ. J.Smallwood..
,l,. hlmil i;ur- ti,: I[.:.lv Lirin,. \V,' in"l',.. ]l,., :,.,,,... n .P. ..... !,>re.-....... 58,320 da, othfrtndynJenxwiin theusnlirstt.Al pesosdavigy in Junehr nenxte wii <.mcn' nd ohisn theuselusi "ord- -c9-t WM.. TEMPLE,
v r ^ ^ :..I!:,; -^-::: ^ ::: 1 J ^~ f n~ ^ ^avi ant. All persons having aeouuts therc: r,n take .,I: ,:,t,;c and go.ecm themselves accord. ae -ts"AL .
t., hie-rilh.) i.un nl r, ,n-. mmmii 'in +.. i'n'.... f,,1 ,~.,: :.','.'. '~.i',-,...i, ........:.ar .....141,120 hours ofsale, the followingproper-ty, n&c., of David W. ing _"- ac 9-d ArP
.and tml, Ms~i' \-\',. r[,. P.;|, c '&.,'..tf thi.- ---- Price--- Price andA. J. Moore, partners doing business under '". o, i a e aol i --
l', hle r. .,itli n s ,,,,.. ii ,.i .in ',.r f',.r .,,, 11.,1I in' i'-' ''-' ,,nuntint to ...... .$281.481 2 h as,481 20 the name, style and firm of Price & Moore, levied on by PooSEB isan experienced an Iia.:.:miliL.. lng saliman, an] ,- always oa hand to ser-e -ALSO -- "
fin-"t'to ba .inj|n.".J "i ".i .n'li .t. \i"j. 0L U --Tin? r'TC ,-"'r. virtue ofesaid writ in favor of Holcomb, Johnson & Co., his friends. Will be sold in the Town of Waldoa on the ,it "f
mmemm.mo-t t ,- hisI.r..:.ii,. i,' S.i..T.t ; .-.-. in. t+.:..UL to wit: '" 'W. SCOTT. April ne-at, the following described property, to wit:n2.
A storo B,:-.,'.,t, S,,;,. Th. r,..-,, A stockof goods, consitingin part of Dry Goods, Nl.wrns-uI.t. FI... April :,1.0 l-;f. S. lnia.e .torehoure, onemlefronWaldo. sin.uated:.o
.i'leg ti i il." I t ..f i.;,i;... i .l, ;,,.I ._1 H.I E'-.S' IX I-'RPOfRTI'OC Clothing, Groceries, Liquors, &e. Alsoatllthe right, title the. Florida Railroad, 5 acre land, and two building on j


will ha%.- ii r,..l'l% I.'r +hipii l. n ], tlir ... t .. t 1\- ,,ii[.li CNi; fi,'ET A _' I'E rlfFh'ATE-. tinerest and claim of Dlavoi W prce, i and t o lots No I he OUN-i eat quarnter, of 1he nqare o c-.
to 4~o 8., comprising Block No. 4, in the Town of New- l j~Ql1~ c~rlp1 cyi~nion 22, in wweritlshp, 8 Asouth of range21alnerW.
a f-nw r,- -. IT-.,it;,:. [I,, t .... ,-'... i '.in'. E,,.l... _,.i rb..inin ., ,i r a ,a.i-'-. Ic r ,1 ,, Ia-. ,. nanville. Also, all the right, title, interest and claim '( V R '1A. PrPpet' b tielonilig Ln the es as J. J. all
f,.-w ,re.,.lf^n.!,,^i..,,.T,. w 1*^ :- S^ ^ S 1;, 1S 61 Sa v annah<* A dvertl sel meIntIi. .1.iopertv belcnln on the e stal-
Re m ,,,I ,:, li.,r I i.t~ i l lz, 1m ; T I, h l d, ,.I- v 1-. I t lh. a %.h t ,, I, b o 5,r v ,d flv irn ofthe sa id David W Price, in an d to the South East "wood. W ." R P !
ar.. i. .r tl'h I,,. .-t p,,.n-t .-. iirV I-,n, il. ,, ,: ..irI' l,.n inae in, 1,-in-ri .n .ini L ..I.t: Quarter of the North East Quarter of Section Thirty-six Mareh9T-lds Adminstra-or.
ir.- .n,-i, .l 'n- %k r.'-,,,. it Ai- t,. I. J-t.... n..] +, 1.'-'. in Township eight, south and Range seventeen east, con- U -/W N .
'- v lv.,r l,ili r.I ... .. T ,,,. i1- Ti' n '. ii '. ri p,-..., will ... -. *-I t i- training forty acres of Land more or less. Also, all the alltheH A r ..-.
n..v,. t in | rh,. i,,.. r tl,-,l tl..Ii,,. i.. I \,, It .- ...... ... .,.,.'l.l.-A 1 t,, te. I h .,* riar right, title, interest and claim of the said David W 0 1 ''ill be sld in it -ALSo F rfina- o ...
n~s~ lA ill I' 1-1I'Ijr 11. r.1 11- 1 -I ki .. ...... ''''i r;. 1. '~ i W il bnindanlit of FerntaJild"innao
Sa a, ... j i A ..... .. i,.. r ,,.r .,,a.il.- In.. Price, in and to, the dwelling house and lot now occupi- rthefollwig desc nibed p ia taa
13. L | and L. t .- ..:.: ,:I.. ,7;i, it -1 -- t' i 6'..,. lCir -I- t M I or ed by him asa residence in the town of N ewnansville ,- neritheuliwi g d i ned prih a t hile, .
tr lie I. |. ,t ....h 2 ../ ,. .. oJ. Niort e tIowklip A '".o Florida. Also, all the right, title, interestand claim of PECT LLYifom theinh ia ofN i l. n l ihFrr,,nn in r th avecl d ot North eastqant-si n3' r n p of ,
d i n, i.r,,b. i .a. i i' the said David W Price, in and to a certain lot andstore 1- their business at Jacksonville, and haP, .:..ie,, .J ii -i.. j ,: F ic,,ie. P iic pl] Elta, bti, h hm enm a( range Ja1 Fs 8n4il-, acres. Also lota 27 and 28, rn"
I- .aqea..e ill. 5 PetOla ('en .itmr ie--itr t. 100 liet deep. Alao
> I[ .. -|,. Lk ri-n M ]_. l it'.,,.i. W r-l;Nd rr A.,.:u .,t.-V le.iIl.. house tlereon, in the tow n of Waldo, Florida, now occu- L 'a 2a in iths. ai6 r blck, boi ndied north by d etest. -
<- ll,,Ir-,J..\ ,-Ilt Tl-.lv. \\V.I. -.. 7,, M, '- !- pied by Samuel J. Canard, said lot laying north and fill 2 e -tp. to 4in b"a
", by .. W.E Scott,,,]
,L,,.. ...l..l ', 1 I,;.4 r.. .,,i... T] I.., -.o.n- B b,..,f. iCn, a. iS.cdbyW.W .Scott. Also, all the right, fleet/ frr A cm,tfi .t AI which No4 blockund s .' Biing
c,' i ', i h l inn,-i .'.i laim ofA.J. Moore, in and to the 11 ) l eer n Nor. th i r .t, which boudston the w n-
C t n ,,,. t ,|.,r i ,i,..l jii' 1 J.1J l J store now occupied by David W. Price, and known as I t feet n No9-rt ih i, ta hith bounds it on the weL--
p ,,.i1 H ,, .._.][ ...- ..: ., ,t,, I ,l r .. l.. ...r.h.... o .;..t .i- Ir i rn.1 nApen nis .iR iat in the ciy o1. Fernar-]di'a.
I'-,,t iii wi,.lr :i,.J t'..uer A.. ,., \V v I. A D .1 -o,.).. B||tll, ri.i...; hT ra, v '-tiu -,c rl Mareej--td. ittrt
l-. -iii,, ,..,]. r. ti, t tlkl iid' ".-II, ... |i ,:.lf,:eand bhe bmlit m a. og oa enels' di"d na t biDERE (t- Ar w lr t i)g P-.,dvtit.i;a I'l|;[ru ,.u r ,,, wi.h ,h, n.iwaj -.i..ofanc nd Stalnpleo M Se P easJ n
rTrh" I ,,.*..-.1 ., 1 -,,,Tu,.[..' ..-. i I-' 'r T f I ,.,,. t h in the No nnend Ei edt .l. ca'' o o.. m Tlt's "Id (oc i -'b >- tin r 'L ,f..e. n i iir.,,i1i l lo; n r- ci-r.''L ds"
until I.,.1.1 ,1-,; : .' ta 11-r. M arble M antels.is'n; ...t euce, allb t in J .r ,L,.n,,.,'' P a. it S
:er :N I STREET, BU0 UESoF o SEED F
O S I n', tn i'.ln,.in.r" -.-,i tJ -. ,', *. ,,l i; -. i."........ n.. .. atIsn r 1..... ..r,,..H rt 'hru hari esrk o- 'r1e : sr e h, caa b ...p -. 5 F W E S
'; Inn-n, in in. 1th, ''., I l. I i. th. i .I i .inI .-Lrl a_. 4i-tl rs Ap,' i 2 7lOuT
Iilk.- hina 'h. i. n 'Ie, ,,, imf, t .', i-'. h-, il.'i i mi, na' .,1] Ii'. inns., s",,,n-I ,ii'. Inb. pci'..',l ,tl ~ L +ib~ em [" ..pt .-'--- .-T .I ,- .
-t ... .. ... i, S P inl '' 'sin ., inn ...njin
,.,,, ,.,, +v, ,. + ha 4,, .,,;.+. ,,.,T~.o.,,, o..,:,, ..es m'.,, ., .q wJ"i~. i 111i~l;. 4a. l-:- -.:-+.m~am ..,:,,h-1-,--,.o..E
+ a+i~jT, ,Fa t. t t-ak' t -- ,' ... .' _. m o.-= e+_'w- + ..-~ Rn"+ h If *
Api U.-.,7 :)
tk. -:-_'.; .-.,:;.' u .o, ..i" ,tg~f.," Rl.av;/r
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717FESSOIi CARD.S
S" Dr. ThosP. I.McHenry.
S EwN \N,'TLL[i., FLA.
OfiiE[:;EI'i.. ; Pr.lff_.n-i,' -*.rri.:e '*., tl, ,-;';,..-- ,.I
t'- T h Is N-'in, it ,J .nt-. ,.io t I .- ,, iiL-m
1" ?i. 'F.)'r- ,".i j U(, t h ii unl-s, i-.,..it;,:v ri',Ll ti...l,: .
tbk- "f .l ..l, I
1"6 --id .uSaL'..rh-., I' tiowL-i


Dr. Jas. A. Williams.
HjI" 'ING f,-rmln,+,,,i, ,.... i[t-.t it, tr, ]'...n ,, .'.f'..,
yna 'vtl[ ., r,. i, .r[ulLy T ,ll,. hi_ I'r,:,lehi,.,t[ ,1 -, ir;. ...
I. 7 enl't. /tTn; ,[ h h.,. n tnd -,i nl.:.U .1r.,h ln --
"1 t-' c.., that ti' ,,rr rl., i'.,.. ,.'. h [11 B. i.ll,.,r,,
wh l.-lre h[t 1v .,( u d ll u l a r,:. '...i.-., ]1-
engaged. [_ir..h i--v.


JESSE T. BERINArD'.
ATrOPNEY AT LAW\ & -,LIt.IT'R IN 'II.\NCERY.
NEI rNANSIILLE. FLOIRIDA.
HENRY BRADFORD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW & -''.LICIT'Ii IV 'HA.\'NCERY.
-Nelvniiiu~ville, Fla.
EC P ER '; r E S\V S:, N.
ATTORNEY AT LAW & SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
FIRN .%NDIN.. FLORIDA.

SAMU.L B. McLIN,
ATYi TrONy AT L.01 A SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY
Newnansville, Florida.

A. A. MAULDEN
ATTORNEY AT L.\kA .& .'tLICITOIl IN CBANC ERY.
G.AINESVILLE, FLA.
e .. ., l!y.
^- i+ -J-J. ,Mc-r'ANIEL,
-C,6FN1 L1.' -'AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Iicanopy, Fla.
W ILL attend punctually to business in any of the
Courts in East Florida.
October 12 ly
T A. McDONNELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
'Gainesville, Fla.
Nov 16 ly
A. C. CLARK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
April 27-ly .A.IfSVILtLE, PLA,


J. C. GARDNER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
* April 27,-ly. GAINESVILLE PFLA.


Notice.
S j LL I.-r.r.-' having claims against the Estate of
1-X ,, *.'.i l -, :ne, late of Alachua county deceased,
are .,i .y i. .1-.-.l to file the same with the Judge of
SProbate on or before the 24th day of September A. D.
ti'. ,., 5 .i ,,..l,,.r. .l; .r l.,,it...-,,. T ,.'-. \. l.i., ...i. Err iT ,-h' ^. ia .',."
f b-, r..1 r i, .-_ ;_..n ,-\ [I. ,r,! ..d" ..l,..\ .,i'i u.J .l -.
All1 I ,il,,; l,,t i:,.. ;- nl. ,| ,n x,., -;,. :tr" I',,,,. Ihl. ,ial, "-;1|
I:, I.,1. ,..I. E. II J'.'PL'AN l,,.I... i ,,,
A I.,.. hIJ t -:ur ,
Ml ,,..;,! ;.


SUWAk\EE HOUSE,
GAINESVILLE, FLA.
JillR. IiLLl.I3 I). CLARKE,
p E ,"rl:i'" ,Y .i.",,.A ..:, that he has opened (I..-
h i,,.;,r- : i', ,,'. i' ri, .'..t ,, prepared ,to accomu...
.1 jr.. I i, li ;. r1.1i., | ..I F. p, -enerally, from whom t.'
h '\.I. ,, *i hitr~d :l-,.. ,,f .,iir.,i'i,.ge.
I f.* ly


JOB PRINTIN OFFICE.
W e ,r.- r. p.t. 1 t,. nil ll .11 .. .: I'L. r JO B
WA'n) V 1 1- 1..' -; ,: d. F .I j :.-.,auLd di-.pal.ei; such

UAND R CID'S. VTjMGC CARDSS'

S BILL 1EW., WTJo I4 .TtEi'S,
Bins trading,'
Lab~e &,c.
"E. : '.t r,, excellence unsurpassed in the State.
_'." ll it,.,: i _, betA paid for on delivery.
i. 1. BURNETT. Propreitor.

MASONIC.
S LACHUA LODGE NO. 26, F. A. M.
A.IL OFFICERS :
JESSE T. BERNARD, W. M.
I]L'.PIV BRADFORD, S. W.
-R. P. LEWIS, J. W
A. M. C T'", -, I.: L.r,.'
?,(,:,. ,i. r', t a,1 i-. ir] '.tu,'l i. t every month, at
early candle light.

A LACHUA CHAPTER NO. 13,. A. .
OFFICERS: ,
's .c-ITEN FAGEN, Ho F.
JES.-E T. BERNARD, K.
> .JESSE M. VALENTINE, S.
L. 1. SCARBiiil<,:;H, S-,,:rtjry. I.
Me.-r. Fi'trsvanl TLirI IThii ,d.y i t. "ry month, at
eair1\ ,: .lie li:_'h .
A ALACi'_r.A COUNCIL ROYAL AND SELECT MAS-
Ad T FR, orFICEBS: I
JEU7E T. BERNARD, T. I. G. M.
L M IC.\BORAViH, I H. of T
HENRY BAL'I.F.R[',, Prn,. C.iu. ,.I a.rk.
J ,-IIN R. B E V IL L, }:....i ,i r
IS',ta Firit M "L, J~i, in A,. .ii-,:r -[ -:1'17 <:;ntll>-
Rjst"r .iuii>-. i.:.--ly

.-Government of the United States.
pre>? .,+1 -[- .J -,nu..L Ci.i.: .;ilimn
S. ic,. F'r.:-tiJe rii.- C M Lr..'!.;rr.hl2 :
SE.. r.r a' y li t y -- L.-': i-. :
,rt .sx ..i r.i-urt- a,. I C...i.h-
,it:r.. mt ', ofl lItii..ii.-.r--. .I-; rh,-,rjpc,.'n:
9rijr.r:, .,fi WrV,,-J.:.hr, B Fl.,vd
ecr..r ey .,1 th, N -, .,-I I'.iJ, eyr :
l.. .P,.,t t..' ,:ri.[. ;er Irarl- J,.-,|!.h H.:,h
At,,,rr-.. I;. -i,.l-, ir.--,= uu.at S Biick-
"- JIDICLAL IIEPARUIENr.
SR. B. Tane-.-CL4i'r, Jt.. ,f rhI.- -,p i',ru Court.
?. -Y i.U, .'llt: .Ju-lji.e e
;' John M,-',:,u, Jtrii. M. anyr
Ja5,h1 CatrLin, Prter Y. [ran;.l,
Johni A Cu,.rbh.-, N ,,ha. 'l -nG.t-.

SGovernment of Florida
S" -.,.Dljr.r. Ih.-plrrmrntl.
7" "f Gm.irur..,r--M ,..*L ',r, ."' err,
p;- .'e-.ri. ,i L'y-F L V;i.:pgue
,",:,0]ptr..,!|q-i T W Ir.-i fd,
I 'l0 .,.. -lr.l'-- l T H A ,.J';V,
:;i..";',-r,.l F, ,. [jn~ l -- [, ? Walker,

V i it P-rl.:n
Thi',n',- [;jlr. ll--,.'h,-1 .J u.-;>::;
iI [,uP,.,r,, I A .,: r, du 1 '
13 M PI ir:,n -
U D r'Ty-A- l:,r_.r-y G, r-i.d.
E.utrD .Jvl.ld.li ,7it, ,'lt.
J.gle--B A Pati.a., .,:th..r-. B FiakLn4
1" I l.' Ah. hu, .,,,n,.
.I.I '.I ,. Pr... --E H ,ii,1.,n,
i.2-r; .,l C.'r,..,,l ,.;.:.,,,,t-.It,... p R.. il|,
'zh""iitj'-- ^ Bur,,.t, T.'x _-.r,-.:,.r--A ,',.,:,k,
',.--i '- B ,. ', ,: ,r-, ,,.. r J H Pr._...t(.

HOUSE AND SIGN
Painting,
~, I', \[I INI AN', ,_LZI\NG BY
GARETT & RICHWOOD,
"<* "W H-'tI." ,.:,,v^ *'"',[[" ,.. I,:, ih.,, r""". I,, N,"'.wna
",, l,.' TI1,,.-, ni .i.,r -.r l ...... ... 0hri ll hi-n '.e
[,!. t:,. ]]!,.u tt-,:.r,, Mr. ij~u-rt,.li'.- N,''; it..t>.!.h
M ,,,.i '.--.t "

Notice.
I LL r-..r, r. r-h'; ,' r,,: r,.,t tl'uruiI. h ri *it'-


''N otice. N ,..'," ",*.:,] i.; ...-.I ,!iv .... ,:,lirF, .'
,. B.,ll .,. I w. ,, .1 l .. .',. .t : 7 |h, r, P -. I.. t % ,'
'1%I h,,i,[ ii- ii- l. ,.-F-1,I [,1"i. l|..311l.l '7:'. [a 'J 1. ,-a
I.l~u,,,-, :.--,', M,-E~! 0.'_' ;V

SNotice.
." Ll -: 0 "T N'A'-\ A Y.It'. ,r,l r,,. .. ",, l ,', ...:\ ,,' l ..-ll .r ,r, 1

t".. .....*J .*-' A c ~ *Ti' t;'* '- >- 1'.* < '* t-a'"


-~ ~


- ~a ~


FERNANDA CARDS.

1AT ,I-', I_;Ii I A-M d-,.'(.t.,
Conitnission Merchants,
AND
INECE.IVWING nd Foserndius Agenl,
SU.!IN\1IV1. LO111H.
P. J r.T iR', T. i .u .i i L n ..R.dI.
4 .EN 'r r ,h,... .', ,,I ,..n i,;l' !;r .i. i ,,. ,,r-
A i.\iR ,.LINA ANL, i ,R[,,,\,
AW J 1-.r O ar, ., ,I, i, :,.1 r l, .. r h .,- ,i1 .1 U ;
:'T. iA-:Y'- ANI, -1. J,.'itLaN..
f'1"'11'1'1 .ii l r -i,, n I... 1[ I- h ,, r,r, ,,r -,,, .,-,I
-T atl ii iiv
I ,. r iI, 1 i "


"B, A. COACHfAAN#
FORWARDING
AND i','MMIS'I, 'N MEr;<'IIANT.
Feniandina, Fla.
PE'ci t .%TTEr'[i,," ,i% i N: T,
Forwarding.and Sale of Cotton and other Produce
References :
Ri'.h ,t~l L ,I,. -.-,
I,.i.l.. , [,,..., \ N. York.
D L M ,. [ ,o n S C
John Fraser '& Co., Charleston, S. C.
George W. Call, Florida.
John F.'Lesesne, Ferandina, Florida
'December 14.
C. 0. BERNARD. K. C. BURR.
BERNARD & 'BURR,'.
\ DEALERS IN
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES,
,: 4 Tgrii'iina. Fla
.June 22 *w ilbn 1.. "i S t ,
June 22 II


LEWIS F. Roux, GEO. S. ROUX.
ROUX & CO.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ERNANDINA, FLA.


October 12.


ly.


JAS. G. SWANN,. SAM'L. A. SWANN
SWANN & BROTHER,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING


FRONT STREET, FERNAN'DINA, FLORIDA.
REFER TO Erwin & Hardee, Savannah, Boston & Vil-
lalonga, Savannah, E. H. Rodgers & Co., Charleston, Wm
M. Lawton & Cha Charleston,
July 20 2m.


WHITFIE 11 HO~~hJJJ~USl~iJf
FERNANDINA, FLA.,
Sy)J. H. M'Rory.
Location Pleasant, Healthy, and Convenient to
the Railroad and Steamboats,


Oct. 12_. .,


ly.


THEO. HARTRIDGE,
C.,,,,,,i'.-'.Pi ,,i".,y Forwarding Merchant, and
SWHRi ..- \LE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
G ROCRIFPS ,,-i provisions, Domestic and staple dry
"_good, .ts anl shoes, hardware, crockery, saddle
rt, s};p chal dkr.. &-c., &c.
Aient tjr Fli.ti-ia, Savannah and Charleston st
pai.'k:,t.i cpd.aFl.
Jacksonville, Fla.
[, i. t-,.,-r 'Ja-Jty ..


No. 21


No. 21.


MAIN STREET
Fmily Grocery
AM) PROVISION STOKEI
-_J..l'K i^'<3rT,o JUCL. t.i-alpm2.
WTHERE.wi.l h I,=u,,i. ri all imun ootte BaLoit.,
Side, t'addeis. Iu+ri.,4d A Lewi itams, IKie,
,i i, i-, ..1a, and Ke I iL ,,,ly Flour, in baI ilr., : ,..j
aln.l half sacks, and at retail.
--ALSO--
Loaf, crushed and pulverized sugars, New Orleans,
Portorico and St N '...-.- brown sugars, green and black

teas, Rio and LUz-.., r-a, and Java coffee, chocolate, salt,
salt petre, &c.'
Rayster's and Words Tobacco, tin foil, Solace and
golden leaf Cavendish do., smoking tobacco in papers,
Ginger, all-spie, pepper, cloves, mace and raisins, and
Almonds, confectionary of all descriptions, varieties of
pipes, cigars, Sianish and Sanco Panzas, Pickles, Tama-
rinds, arrow-roqt, &c., &c.
[ -ALSO--
A general assortment of Liquors, consisting in part of
choice cognac brandy, Holland Gin, old doubled distilled
Rye Whisky, Meaongahala, Rectified and old Bourbon,
Rum and Ameican Gin.
S--ALSO--
Choice wies1j Madeira, Port, Pale, Sherry, Champaign
&c. Ginger C.-ni.l, Blackberry brandy, Lemon syrup,
-and Ale. Varieties of cordial, Anasecd, Noyon, Pepper-
mint, perfect lve, and Lemon. Also Dr. McLean's
Blood Piid.iiroin3;l, also his celebrated Pills and
Linemeni, f ,& r dire.r !i.i j. Head Quarters. All of which
will be sold ai ,i].p. ,i prices, audingthe expenses of trans-
portation on his asua liberal terms, one half down and
the other when jou take the goods.
I hereby tender my thanks to the citizens of Newnans-
ville and surrounding country, for their very liberal pat-
ronize -and solicit a continuance of the same.
N. B. The hight market prices paid for Ginned Cotton,
hides, deer skins otter skins, bees wax, tallow and all
other kinds of piduce either in cash or trade at No. 21
Sign of the Ratt* Snake. Sept. 28-ly.


4ust Received.
5f DOZ. of that World-renowned McLlan's VOL-
0 C.NI-' OiL LINIMENT, in 25c, 50c, 70c, and
$1.00 bottlek'. oi-e of int best remedies for Cuts, Bruises,
Sprains, or RLL.:,lai, pains, in the WORLD.

ALSO
-2 0 DOZ. McLean's BlLOOD PURIFYING COR-
-20 DIAL,-.-a sure cure for Colds, Coughs, Fever &
Ague, &c.
-ALSO -- "
2 DOZ,-McLean's LIVER PILLS, No. 21 Main st.,
5 at the Sign of the Rattlesnake.
Jan.rvn II .--" G. M. GALPIN.



T IE eser_.TSol'Ll.i.i In-riiti.fi.i, were re- j--l
I sumed January 2nd, 1860.
The Female Department in connection
wi;ih ib.: Mal-, ai ,..,mtmrr..id r;n th.- N, A..a-dinr, un-
,i-r tihe -.iii:L tiin .l.:n r >t'.' .'I 1n a,..,.in plit ,it ,nd ,.rti-f ,.,I
Ta-r.h t ir, ilr., coll nfartA in.rrJ:.. ,i i' hi v, FT'.-r_.l. ,
Or m .-uial BHi che-, &,: .,t ti'h. i.iau-i., ry rta'. 1, ,lTui
ton.
I it JT r.1- cl-n and- Igltiir o.p;r-it:i-In t,:V mak' hlii,
A.i. i.l v r:tn irtr inh, pja r,'t:. ,u Lht. ert'rriti.' i..m mnr,|[t .
Tutii. 'n i' lr in h" F,,C.I|-l.'|:.I.
N-:' ir- i ...n, unlt-.' in ..- ul pf r.'.tii,:rd ]& i cS.
B,-i, I I .--,- r i'2 per n...1.111.
ParDn[,-I-.:;ri.s '.f h.ii,."' th(;er -.,,s art ,ia,,zili.,'4
p[r:p.:i.i I,Il ti -Liter Culi,: r, i. lrlina lh..n m it.- r.'i i ri
,li..,r-..ii h Au -aI.:ni,:ll F.du .,i-n. n, i,- .h Lin.-u,-ii i.r
M i jth ru.i,,;. i., are re-_q-.,:,'li llv .li, lir i I, rt u a iril.
r ..., 1i'h._ h ,,4 u.r llh ii ,: i.[ l, d In ,,ll,..r Stit,. i
it, lte.rl ...t',:,,*r ,f o w f, r [L. -? l ,I..e.. ,[' .,'1u, t .n [. t
i- r-.or .Ipr, I'a.-ir, and. pati L'r. ... -- .,t lht -iatur,- iD:i.
l,,ii..rc.
^ n ez v ll, i,;.n ? .'.f t he io,, I hji. t I rn ;1; e in.
tIr.r i.il he !tae. It ; `...-.i4 Fi1, jr.n W1 :-i ty
Fl--ri, R.t.lr-.,d : N-irmh tn.l ,.uti r. ii .- ..:- ly i ag,.
F ,.,r I'u r ih.r r Lr l ''i rn .i j ,i''j r j. r r ,i
J H. R'i-PEIr, A. M... Pri,. ;pil,
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August 4-10 (Printer's fee $10.) Adult.

Notice.
PPLICATION will be made at the next session of the
State Legislation, for amendments to the carter
of the city ofAtseena Otee.
Atseena Otee, Fla.-August 13, 3mo.


Insolvent Estate Notice.
LL persons having claims against-the estate oW
I Al M. Fraser, late of Alachua county, deceased, are
n.-r. lv," r,.t;F,,:,-l m .,r.p..,r .nr : 1i .. ,.1 ;rh .t,,.
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Notice.
THIRTY days after the date o1 this notice, application
will be made by me to the Ifon. Judge of Probate of
Alachua county at Gainesville, for authority to seN the
Real Estate ofJ. J. Smallwood, late of said county, deceas-
ed, for the purpose of paying his debts.
WM. C. TEMPLE, Admr.
March 16.


SOLDIERS, TEAMSTERS, SAILORS,) or their WID-
OWS, or ORPHAN CHILDREN,) who served in
any wars or battles, eitherin California or elsewhere prior
to March 3d, 1855, or their children who were under 21
years at that date, or sailors who served on the coast of
California in the Mexican war, will do well to addres.-us.
Claims that have been rejected in the hands of otter
Agents, have been successfully obtained by us. Agents
acting for us liberally paid. Land warrants bought and
sold to order, and all business requiring an agent at Wash-
ington, attended to.
R. B. LLOYD & Co.,
Attorneys for Claims, Pensions, Bounty Land, &e,
TW" Referenfice to any of the heads of Departmegts.
Washington, D. C., December 21. lOw.


PROSPECTUS
of the
NATIONAL RECORDER.
,by


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L. D. JOHNSON. /

The National Recorder of Religious and Literary Intel-
ligence will be published monthly, in Washington, D. C.
Each number will contain sixteen quarto pages, for tLae
dollar a year.
Whilst giving due attention to the micelaneous reading
usually found in periodicals of this kind, its object will be
to give information of all that may be done in the Legisla-
ture and executive Departments of the General Govern-
ment relating to the interests ot'f Religion.
Government Chaplains.
First, In the Legislative Department it wRj embrace
the spirit of all that may be done in Congress oA this sub-
ject, including the services of Chaplains in the House and
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stow special attention upon the series ofLectures annually
delivered, and the scientific developments made known
at the Smnith'ionion Itstitution; also, the researches at the
Coast Survey office, the National Observatory, and of the
Scientific Arts at the Patent Office. We shall furnish
notices of Literary Conventions and Teachers' Associa-
tions, and also of such books and periodicals as are intel-
ded to promote popular education.
Address-
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For sale.


HE CANNON HOUSE, formerly knownas
the Axer House, including a one acre lot, i9tt
neatly enclosed with substantial pailings, ti
and having 16 comfortable apartments-gentlemetisUd
ladies parlors and bed rooms; all plainly furnished ion
immediate use, together with adjacent buildings, suited
for culinary purposes of hotel keeping. Also an acre lot
on which is erected a good stable containing twenty com-
modihus stalls. This lot is enclosed and prepared for
cultivation, and is a very rich lot, adapted to the growth
of vegetables. The above lots are about the centre of
Gainesville, convenient to the Florida Railroad Dpot
and courthouse. Those wishing pleasant healthy hocie,
in a thrifty and promising railroadtown, will do wel to
call and examine our premises before locating elsewhere.
JOHN CANNON.
Gainesville, January 18-tf.


The "New Yorker." --
A FIRST 'CLASS NEW YORK WEEKLt FAMILY
PAPER, eight large pages, illustrated, beautifully
printed on the best paper, with contributions and articles,
stories, poems, anecdotes, &c., &c., by
Washington Irving, Longfellow,
Bulwer, Tenn ys n, Dickens, W
Gilmore Simms, Alice Cary,
Mrs. igonney, Peter
Parley, Hawthorne,
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hIf Country papers publishing the above, with this
notice, and sending us a.marked paper, .will have mailed
to them, free, a copy of the popular story of 'tCli.antni..-r
by Cornelitus Mathews, a handsome illuminated bound
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GENERAL

Land Agency
F.,R PTHE
State of Florida.
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Hon. Geo. W. Call, x-Gov. J. E. Broome.
A. H. Cole, Esq., Joseph Finegan, Esq.,
M. A. Williams, Esq.
Fernandina, Dec. 21. 6m


RENNEKER& GIOVER


IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN


Brandies, Wines, Gins, Whiiskey, Segars &c,


151- EAST BAY, Charleston,
January 18


ly.


-.a. uN R OUSE'. .
GAINESVILLE, E. FLA.
SITUATED in a healthy and pleasant part ot
the Town, convenient to the Florida Rail 61t
road-Depot, is now open for the acconmmoda-
tion of the travelling public.
January 11-ly JOHN CANNON, Proprietor.


By last Steamer.
JUST RECEIVED FANCY Hand Bellows
Wood Ware, Wood Saws, Game Bags, Bird Guns,
Copper Rivits, and Burrs, Rubber Belting,
Sugar Skimmers, Pans, Patent Knife
Cleaners, Nut Cracks, Boot Jacks
April 20 For sale by W. WASH SCOTT.


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25 Gold Hunting Cased Watches.........150 "
25 Sewing Machines....................125 "
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