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Title: Family friend
Uniform Title: Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.C. Cobb
Place of Publication: Monticello Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1859
Publication Date: 1859-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
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"FI.; 1: jutjtjn, ruJ.1: OO<>1un>.." S. C. COBB, Proprietor..


VOL. I. .1

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1859. NO. 22.

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;Jte nulil ien.(1.( and chanting.render it a scene! raviHuing/ and ('n.1 harvest moon rode upon her silver car highup It was not long before the light skiff of Kiss or Fight A Thrilling Romance. J

in the heavens", nnd the right eyed Ilcrnandes have !been
Many might seen! gliding An exchange tells a story of a country CHAPTER i. ... '
many years ago there \vcro numerous I stars were keeping their liveliest watch along to tho destined place ; ho landed.Xachoochec .- party! thus : She stood beside the alter, with a wreath l

rUBLISIIED' -, EVERY" SATURDAV.wu .. tribes of Indians who roamed at aLove. \ rushed to his embrace ; but A stalwart young rustic,who was known of orange buds upon her head-upon ,her l

them large over the wilds of Florida.: Among While absorbed; in her minings, h eyes when ho bchelil her sorrowful features, for as n formidable operator in a "free fight," back the richest kind of duds-her lover ,_

Ths1 was that of,the Seminole J they were fixed on the booom of the moonlit waters, the smile! was hushed, Ilcrnandes knew had just married a blooming and beautiful stood beside her with white kids and dick' 'J'
payment h maj ,to .dv*nw..., a grtat and powerful nation ; their warriors picturing them on her heart that oftentimes that oM
If ? '41 no sorao great grief must bo rending her country girl, only sixteen years of nge, :and ey clean-tho last was twenty-one year
payment Is delays, three month. ,. I I DVabercd many thousands ; they were kindled with enthusiasm nt the Ijcan- heart. ,
and fust
.' J( 2 8- l! the twain were at n party where a numberof was seventeen. j
dcl"red.Ix'lltonthfl.I
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J.... ." ...... ,. 3 00 1:, valiant and brave. On tho prairio, by tho tics of nature, u anoi-b; nitrated her atten "Why u is N nchoochl'e sad and sorrowful ?' young folks of both sexes were enjoying The parson's job was over; every one Ii

.- clear lakes, on the shores of the St. Johns! Uon_ ; hc! started ; a bright smile wreathed asked Heniandcs. "Will not tho EveningStar themselves in the good ((7)) old fashioned had kissed the bride and wished the young

,, '\:Ad't"'elrtlAc'" )C1Slna. the Withlacoockec, they roamed frcc ar her fact:), she! saw on the lake her lover approaching share niy.plensures. and joys in :a few pawn-paying: style. Every girl in the folks happiness, and danced and laughed
;'\'t.. "nI5 inserat the raYe of ONE unrestrained ; no feud or :?rdrnosity existed in a light canoe; swiftly it glided more moons." room was called out and kissed except Mrs. and cried. The last had been given and
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;.do ftl\1t1re. for the "''rat' .and FIFTY among them. The hunting grounds were over the surfiico of the lake. In a few Xachoorhcc then 1 q pbke of her doubts 13-, tho beautiful: bride aforesaid, and i and the last word had been said, and tho

CEN'I':3: tor each !ubeeqncnt Iniierton. tho common property of all. They were momenta it lay high nnd dry on the shore. and distrusts-whether they were not although there was not a youngster present happy pair had simmered down and sought
\&IA Squirt it Ten linen IIr ItM;.. :J a bolder, more stalwart of than At bound Ilcrnandes forward watched then. said "Cho tho bridal be.l. '
body
Ailvcrtbcmenti Handed In without Initructlon m men one sprang "Perhaps, !: !she, who was not dying to taste those lips, they
to the length of time they ore to run, will be eon- tho degenerate remains of their race can and Xnchoochco was in his amis.: .1 ncsta is near ly nud even if we 'escape were restrained by the. presence of her CHAPTEH It.She .
Inned until orJcr 1 out, end charged: .fur nt thcY- ever hope to attain to. From the earliest Beautiful Xachoochce, thou star that 't tnlny miles will have: lobe traversed before herculean husband, who stood regarding stood beside time wash-tub, with her

tore ratci.Tnil period they have engaged: in hostilities with lights my path by night I More lovely we shall bo safe! from his pursuit and the party with sullen dissatisfaction. They red hands in the suds, and at her ship-shod

'COMirIFlAO"f': tho white man. Time after time have por- than the silver lake: I More beautiful than vengeance. mistook the cause of his: anger, however, feet there laid a pile of dirty duds ; her

be lDa'J11Ia! Advertisers upon the following tions of this tribe been removed to the for the wild flowers! 1 Why scemcst thou so Ilcrnandes however, felt secure of safety !. for, suddenly rolling up his: sleeves!!, ho husband stood beside her- the crossestman

'termlII1UlI'e: off West; and before many years will have sad ?" asked Ilcrnande' -most of the braves had gone on a distant i stopped into the middle of the room, nnd, alive-tho last was twenty-nine year

,.S ," ,t 1',.em'N. :.,.."..$25.00 111.00 Ii I column" 1 1"year (*t 40.00 CB.OO passed tho last trace of the Seminole will "I have long waited your coming," said expedition ; Choncsta himself. had in a tone of voicethat at once secured old, the fust was twenty-five.

it :t." .30.00 1" JOO.OO be obliterated from this section of the common Xachoochcc, niter an imprssivo silence, gone. Suddenly noise startled them, the marked attention, saidt\ Tho heavy wash was over, nnd the clothes! .

CSpfreicrly: adrertlsers will have the prlvllogo of country by the .hurrying inarch of "you stay too long, nnd I nm lonely nnd bushes opened and a stalwart warrior, ."Gentlemen, I have been noticing how hung out to dry-and Tom had stuck hiltfingcrluth.dirtybaby'a :
Vh ng.' unrterly, only. If clinnpe \I. deA red more ci\ilization. I sad Chonesta is tho with his eagle amid face .
: I ; even now poisoning plume painted things has been working hero ,for some eye. Tom had been
mill be made.j .
frequent tm j 7Biiiincs: extra! charge Cards, occupying a space of not This tribe included in thehdomains the arrow that is to take your life, he jealous emerged to view. It was Chonesta. A time-and I niu't half satisfied. I don't spanked and supper rnade.upon a crust of t

'u1ore than lif lines,.will be inserted one year fur Silver Lake, and there is a Legncd in their of you, nnd he stops not at dark and bloody dark cloud seemed to pass over his spirit want to raise a fuss, but-" bread, and then time brido and bridegroom (
TEN HOLLARS.Communtcnttona. mythology connected with this charming deeds. lie hates the pale face. lie has and veiled it with a gloomy shadow, his "What's the matter, John ?" inquired went grumbling to bed. v

of a personal character Inserted! spot sworn vengeance against you." eyes flashed fire as lightning from the dark half a do/en voices. "What do you mean ? .e-. .. 1

in IliU, paper Trill be charged na advertisement .Nachooclvpo" replica' Jlcininacs_ "my storm! cloud. Every bloody and fiendish Have we done anything to hurt your feelings TIIK: SKY-ROCKET URA1> .-A man trav J

tSTTrnnclont: advertisement to bo paid for in It was on a bright moonlight. evening, in arm is long enough for Choncsta. I know passion was aroused. ?" cling, entered a tavern, and seeing no one "I

.,ilvnnre tho month ot May, some time in the fifteenth ho is vengeful and bloody. I am aware he For a moment he poised his tomahawk, "Yen, you have ; all of you have hurt present but the landlord and and ft negro .1

It C\ century, that a young Indian girl seeks the blood of tho pale tace. I shall it flashed in the moonbeams and in the next my feelings-and I'vegot just this to say seated himself, and entered into convcrsa- :.

$, 1 i rt i.,C.b ,)nehu.: might have been seen sitting by the Lake's watch him closely." it was buried in the brain of tho palo face. about it : here's every gal in the room with the negro. Shortly, he asked Sambo if

side motionless as a statue: drinking in the Hero Ilcrnandes quietly led the maiden lIe staggered back, balanced for an instant have been kissed! mighty nigh a dozen ho was dry V Sambo said he was. Stranger '

bewildering beauty and enchantment of to a scat on a fallen tree, told her again of his upon the edge of the lake, nnd falling, linn apiece, and there's my wj ife( w ho I told him to go to tho bar nnd take ) I

THE MAIDEN'S WISE the surrounding scenery. She gazed musingly devotion and persuaded her to bo his wife sank to vise no more. consider as likely as any If 'em, has: not something at III: cxpcns'.1. Negro did so '

BY :MRS. M. A. M'CKIMMOX. at tho dancing wavelets as they glided and go with him to his own' home, far, faraway At the time that Ohonesta made !his. appearance had a single ono to-night ; amid I just tell and shortly loft. Landlord: says to thrstranger << '.

along, reflecting the moonlight of among the palo faces, Vbero peace Xnchoochco stepped into tIme you now, if she don't get as many kisses :
Oh 1 mother dear, long to lio icavcn. It was Nachoochee, "the Evening and quietude prevailed ; he told her..of.his light canoe, she moved out into the waters the balance of the time a.s any gal iu the ".A e you acquainted with that: mugger?" "

That On fin von* Its YoliiptuousiloulJ tiirrcnts to the,sky Star," as che was called, awaiting the com mother, and sisters, and kindred in a distant till the middle of the lake was gained, 1'0011lhe man that Blights her has gut mo "Xo, never saw him before; hut why da

Soft. ItS the tintt-J clirou.l. lug of her lover.A land, who were each day expecting when she raised her proud form higher till to fight-that's all. Now go Iheall.ith you ask ?" ,

Ufsuiitvt.>IC Alpine linger mountiiliis un their..lien mow..t the) .glow Chief, who stood high with the tribe! his return, of the princely mansions, of the she stood on tho prow Xothing could enhance you plays! "I supposed so from your conversing

whoso courage and cllu'ingll.'eJII had given splendid cities, of rising spires nnd sweet. tho beauty ot the scene, as she stood If Mrs. U- was Blighted during the with him, and asking him to drink."
In th > tles grAn.1lI..w
Jmt mother. "<
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utret 'I t miM be to rf.t- him the character of a great brave, loved toned bells,oftbo charms and delights, nnd gazing upward into the clear oky. Shu balance of the ovining, we did not know "Oh," said the stranger, "I was experimenting. ..

Tar, fur ntinve the toiling hunJ icr, and had! offered her his! heart and a pleasures of civilized life. In ,bright nnd raised her beautiful form still higher, lifted tha) John had no fault to find with us individually The! fact i i.s, I was dry too, nuJ ,

stud Jrt'nm Imiivlng!awny city'the 1'0110"(111 ITC.ITo hours lortiun of his \\igwaml: His name was beautiful colors, ho pictured his happy. homo her arms: above her head and, when she for any neglect on our part. thought that if ycur liquor didn't kill tho

\\"llhlllth.o floei-y unow-ilrllt bow ci" celebrated, and many mi Indian: maiden and the joys awaited them. saw1 the fate of her: lovor:Tihe'gave n slight -a. .. negro in fifteen minute, I would venture

With no redo notes to pain me there, would l have been proud to hate been calc! "You tell me," replied the Indian maiden shriek and plunged into tho voiceless waves.: SELLING A Doo.-Tho following is ns old) to take n drink, myself."

Nor volee of liinmin woe, the wife of Chonchta, "the Black Dog," looking him full in the face, "of time Death rested on her soul, tho feverish as the hills, but our young readers may not Landlord's curiosity fully satialicd.: I
15ut toi'"" iix>iillie i 111'1'1i1l t| arI .. ...
I III liriMhlillit,: HWI'Ut Tl'pOM*, but Xachoochco, loved him not ; her nfl'.,c. pale faces' greatness, of the big houses, of dream of life was over, and all wns still. have seen it : ,
Tlio rllr..tr murmurs\ of the doveVuuM iuns were placed elsewhere. She loved the joys, of the pleasures to be seen in your Then the moon was shrouded, tho starsgrcwdinm Dick La/}bones was: the owner of a large i PADDY Dilemma ASIUIUCA.-"Whcro

\ brt.ithoufgeatleIivM oml lore one, who from circumstances had: beenlircnvn own country-why is it then that the pale' and bright-winged angels, descending dog wh'uh it cost ns much to keep as two I did 'baccy como from,*Corney?" inqimircilMary. :

.1 t nd: then upon! my vnji'ry" 1..1.I ,. in their midst ; a pale face. It was come over the big waters to such n land, gathered tho spirit, of tho rown. pigs would have done ; and tho dog, besides, t \
I IVi-eCrnm llilrli'i hItter drift'
I'd loan my wt.urs." ilriHiptiig' h":1: ihortly niter the landing: Ponce do Leon, leaving everything behind ?" "Why is it cd maiden and soared aloft to tho "kle8.- was useless; nay, he was worse than useless, "Why, from Mcriky ;i'where else ?" ho '

.1, iil there brtuthu out my H(.',, and his march through time country in that ho wanders so far from home in such a On tho next evening a bright, lustrous star for, ill addition to time expense. of keeping, replied, "that sent us time tie first'" pitaty. '
Ainl meet the angi'luus, they iiinieTo lifo it ; .
Long to for both L'
lu-ur my ruptured rplril hum". search of the fountain of youth, that one land as: this\? Here Are no such! things.1. made its appeal Alice in tho firmament, and ho took up house room, and greatly annoy- say ; '

-- --- --,-- day a feeble, emaciated and hungry looking "lIe is," replied, I Ionian Jes, "iu search :. all her kindred,cherished' tho belief that she, cd Dick's wife. "What" sort of a place is tllaI wonder :
?
vhitc youth, with just strength sufficient to of gold, the palofaco ill not like time Indian, whom they had thought as lovely as a star, "Plage take the dog I" said she ; "Mr. ?
itctntg 'crawl: dragged himself slowly along over lie is restless nnd unquiet, and fond of glo hud now become thd most' brilliant of the Lazybones I do wish you would sell him, "Mcriky, is it ? they tell mo its mighty jr. > .

hu sandy soil, and asked at the door of the ry. lIe is ever in pursuit of the novel and whole array which looked down\: upon the or kill him, or do something or other with sizeable, Molldarling; 1'1Il tould that rOIL
wigwam of Nachoochec's lather: -theChief's new. Wherever there is a prospect of accumulation woi.Id. him. He's more plague than his neck is might rowl England: through and is* '

-KACHOOCHEE, THE EVENING STAR lllgo-for food, the Indians gathered and gain ho wends his way.Xo .- Then the waters of the I lakd became clear worth, always lying in the chimney corner, would hardly make a dint in the ground" .

: I A Legend 0' hlh'cr I-nk, ria.V around him in surprise, and they gave: portion of tho earth u too distant for er. Its vegetation and sands beneath ascumed and eating more than it would take to There's fresh water oceans insido of it that .

:.. he wanderer dried berries, roasted venison liim. No troubles subdue him. No dangers all the gorgeous, rich and magnifi- maintain three children, ; I wonder you willkl.t.p you might drown Ireland in, and save Father (

.(. 8(1VIDD and nursed, him until ho grew stout and too difficult to deter him-but all this dent colors of the rainbow, while its wavelets such a useless animal." Matthew a wonderful sight of trouble. .

'z-. "I aero.. tho silver--Ucvt,- nd, win ilrong. is nothing, it should not hinder you from are ever murmuring Xachoochee, Xachoochee ""'ell, well, my dear," said Dick, "sayno And as for Scotland, you might stick it ina '
gaze
I anne iimrn In tIC" Upon\ IU wave. toear, In the Course of time Hernandez: for that going with me to my friends. and when once in memory of' time departed. more about It.' I'll get rid of him one of corner 01'ouo of their forests, and never ,

The That ret IotIi.tvlIllI l man'of thu tlm unm-t viMerncM. gleam., 8r i is the name we shall call him by, became with them wo will bo perfectly safe. A The arm of Choncsta that killed the In. these days." find it but for the sand of whisky.! If Iv I

In lii. light:; t 11111I411110, boim I.ru..I."II.1 bur, reconciled to his fate,joined in their hunt- life with Choncsta would bo a I Hung death, dian maiden's: lover became palsied, and This was intended as a mere get-oft on had only a trifle of'money, I'd go and seek .

Wild.tnd pulnted us fllrruun.llll\t fame!and nll'uran.11 tiguro;lithe ami I li'uriinglng tall, lug excursions, nnd in ft fow moons learned and death from him would cOllie in the whenever ho came down to Lathe himselfin the p.irt of Dick ; but as his wif'u( kept din my furtiu there. sp.p < .

: oil the ulr liU w hc tiiig her fcmaTii '
.Minullni: fiercely with tlwlik. ,-U-l'. {." mil s"ill: IlL.'ictims.." slug noise was heard from the length compelled to take some action on ] ,
manners: :and customs. Whether) the bloodof ing ns seething
Jijuln. and other ( regailing her lean limo
I gnu1 ornu "pMarr | servant was upon : :
,. >( milder mien and fnr'nior* "1'1,11" grace, a nublc Cantilian; coursed through lUll With a childlike biniplicity Xnchoochec of a caldron. Nature grew convulsed, for the subject. cold mutton of tho larder, called Betty, j ,:1
tod softer tout are falling on my mr; him she would bo his she knewa the Great "Well wife said he he
told Sinks
And yet tm.tI.lIlL.ILh..lred, ) with tli, I,Lice tcins or not, whether be was some coni- though Spirit was angry or caverns one day, as and inquired whether she did not hear
Another,and (it limy W) nobler reII non soldier, we have no means of)know in!!. detection ot would seal her death war in tho earth occurred. Numbers of came in, "I'vo sold Jowler" some one si*>aking with her, down stairs: ? :
.ive made this Ulf their o..n.. and they. draw near True it is, that section of country never rant. their bravest warriors died. Their "Have you, indeed !1" said she, brighten u
camp
"Oh ma'am the "it ;
With kindling"plril-s- yet with rauttous jmce; no replied girl, was J fl
Yuuth age and ...btlom. ,.ith 1.1. brow of care, echoed to the footfall of a pale face: before, To-morrow night.'thcu, when pale Luna fires went out ; they were often defeated in ing up at the good news. "1'111'Cry gladof only mo Hinging .a 1'lInlnll"! "You may .

.JoyulIIlriauty that line never uoptatear.* aiid from this time, the Scmiuoles; date their lights the forest and uniiles! upon the lake, battle. The grass and flowers were blight it. How much did you sell him for, my amuse )'ourselflletly," replied the nu I hen i1

Switzerland! can boast of her many: chr>'1- misfortunes; and the comhg of the }pnlu come Xachootbce, I w ill meet you here," ed ; then they knew the curso of the great dear?" "with jisliiim, but let's have! no hints. Bet- J

a tal: lakes and rugged cliffs, of her far-fam (ace as an omen of ill luck. :Still Hernan- said Ilcrnandcs, "and we will fly to tho spirit rested upon them, and :an air of faded "Fifty dollars." ty. I have a great objection to lthn&t,

,ed sn \,'.wre3thed Blanc ; Italy of her des grew in iavor with the tin 1 chief and his ships of the palu face that liu by time seashore power and grandeur followed the waning "Fifty dollars what fifty dollars for Betty ctirtcised, withdrew, and took tho- \'
Alpe and sunny sUes ; Egypt of her X ile! daughter Xachoothcc.Nachoochcc and I will carry you to a happy glory of the red man of the Seminole tribe. that dog'I How glad I :am That will hint. |

and grassy meads; but no country can was the only daughter of her home where we can live and love in peace, -.e. *.5- buy us a good cow. Uut where' the money .. L5- C I

boast of more beautiful sccntJJ than ours. father; be had been a famous warrior He far from the jealousy and the watchings of A Coop up your Hem I 11 r my love ?" Ouco on a time, a Frenchman and a : .

Contrast it, :and the wonder latiu* wa7: had seen many moons, but was now old 1 this Indian dog." Yorker correspondent" who bad of the 'Ilural Xcw "Money\ !1" said Dick, shifting his cigar Dutchman were travelling in Pennsylvania: J; .

!Ien we come to explore our tower i" f and decrepit Ho loved Xachoochco as llernaudcs then gathered a few of the long experience with lazily to the other corner of his mouth, "I when thi-ir horse lost a shoe. They drove '
.. and had .
D11W1t."s' and roaring: cataracts IInJ woo rearing: their lofty Leads I attended to all his wants and mintered ing them into a wreath: encircled them very poor obtaining: eggs from a. at twciity-five'dollan apiece." *
htl iii Kl'ui in the IMUSO to in
W2 !. large flock of about hens tliry priicccded' to !)? re. )
fifty allowed to .. ...
till Io.-.t '" the morning mist or (t. all his wi-Jies. Xachoochce was above the forehead of the maiden and The Fri'iii-hiiuit and called omit Is
Icavenward rapped, ;
at "killed off
run large- all the old
block America.A .
tloads that bonrbelleath form indicating a mould placed the cuds in her hair, on each side, Young "
nun"led Ulithebluo of full, rouna j cr- bought twelve Brarnahs built de ammaitty wittiu ?" "SJitan back, saysI ,
a hen house certain while Court
: Judge attending
the! sunlit dome of heaven.: Our feet aid citrcmtJy; graceful. She }passed BO that the beautiful ornament remained. Ian ; -let ute speak. Ish tier locksmith's. .'
twelve feet with
in He pressed her to his bosom, turned, by twenty an out-door iu a shire town, was passing along the
!!nificcnt streams, that roll :along majesty by :as nimbly as :a lin: lIut.h"n:! the freedom stepped shop en tier house ?" ( 5
nu In he
cold weather
let
yard. them road where
skiff and out a boy was just letting down ..
his
Uhmitable iu fragile was soon
for thousand of mite J our of her limp Iltr hair was asdark: lightly ---- -
that stretch out as far as the human the raven's wing, and fi-liujon her hhoul- skimming over the surface of the'lake for when not two severe. In warm weather, the bars to <1r \'e Rome cattle in. His father Dining a recent fire, an old woman, was
prairies, probably; he could allow them free stood in door of his home the
accessto the :
on
the si.le.Nachoochee anxious' tlifough which
.Jflu1"e ; our lakes and vast: ders :and heating bosom in rich profusion. oppo.titc' very : to'go a street, i iwas
eye C the )yard, if it was fenced to a suitable side of the rood and seeing what "*
01t1OU of this of dazzling LbL'knCtiBlarge! tarried still beside the lake, rpcu opposite : considered at. the tJne "dangerous,"
N "garden? 'let were a
JDhadMSU.world" w more attractive in its wit- and beaming eyes besjieaking' the gieat heart looking down into its limpid depths, and height, so that they could not get out his hopeful boy was doing, shouted out. but ull }her efforts were' unavailing? At'

I0f the of water 'deep, clear an lanarkalls re- and lofty spirit ofAn Indian inaideU. mused upon the future. A land of flowers, on to the gardens. He fed them some "John, don't'ymi' drive- Them cattle iu length, she pushed 00l.'.* of e policemen

irorei sheets fat tie finny, tribe that disport Xachoochce was: indeed beautiful. :S'cwas; : of dreamy l t.11tS! of sunshine, of balmy com, some oats'or buckwheat and short there ;.I told! you \o put; them; iu the pasture: aside, when that worthy preserver' of the

: in their transparent waters! than distinguiihed: among the tribe for her bt'au- breezes of whit-pcring shades, of singing or bran, wet with warm lour milk; if it. behind the house. : public peace said: "Now, marm/yjw; ean'tpIss ,
.thelJlje ei I and attachment for the birdsanal birds! rose up IK.fort) her ; but alas she did was to be had: ; if not, with wann water, The' boy took, no notice .whatever (mf the if you do, >.011'11 be.kjltcd; aud then.
jloJi b. a : .
.the hindt.f < .bliects of wa. ty flowers strange of that land. not sec tho dark tll11n.lt'r.bolt fatality thatw'.v making it quite wet and putting in a largo remonstrance, and his' lather rotated the you'll blame: w aflol'\\'ardJ"**. -". .
jaaubeautiful pleasant
Among the Rjxjonful of black pepper. He gave them order iu a louder= tune, w ithout the Jcast eftectanl ... .5- -
S : $fiufiiendcd[ above her, that was to shiver
icr in that bind, M Uot of Silver Spiiiig, all the green grasscabbage leaves'and: other a'third time-gave jioitive orders The,pcrsc who has net been .. a grandmother -
her frail life bark
Marioa ounty.. It* border* are fringed There she sat upon l the lake side, await. 'Wltc'J.Since know nothing JJieJuixictiea. of
ia *. greens they not to drive the cattle Jn" there. -The SOil
with arkt/ f luLLery, trees and ing a meeting with the pale, face, who had he has ,this tub, Jt is l.>:ad.cnoughwVhava :a drunken
this 'look
every he and
adopted course didn't deign to disobeyed
says even up !
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The day passed by night came on .
dressedin into her tribe jib a iaaliitatatiug ,
t4 siwliaa been received hnsband, but u boo to compare
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; with SI-o loved Ilcrnandes. She and the full moon rode in queenly majesty "plenty ot nice, fresh. eggs from the |parental injunction w'kh"\a'coolness; :
deeped. green, aprezdZag *n*&* heart. amid the starrdlrong) fchedding thousand twenty hens!;" Even in the coldest weather which i situfly shocked the Judge, .who, : tha ajncUou: with generations ofoupj.hof
with him for the lessons: he had taughther t. ellevat&'a
-clobsy leaves, toweiiig palaiettee* loved of "the lake -he has: from ten to fifteen doily.Evpr'y looking at the culprit, said, in & tone of ping-coupdii'and mc; sJe-r.11? -
C white ew and not for his arlile deeds,.\tut> for Us tbcams. The' waters il ankre toth> of a
branches: ofJ 'prai dignity;
fall ho kills off the hens
taperiug official
t long, h and soft lines of saxes: dignity : ..
'One tilIell beneath sparkled glistened, light .
hoi ebou4jhsJwr.- geutle and kiiidly nature. broken ley, and TssJoot'iaVh** w ill rrlt}
iae > : the earliest chickens and his lather
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.pread a every spring ,
had the sleeping flowers, while the dewdrops J .._ .. .
t5hed43 ak the sweet scented\ orange, he } heu-hou m s .
or | The shouldbe wliilewashttVonce
of nature' ,,'onJcii.In Q e ''P W;' re1ct1.bo "' -.J" "
one uhkhseeuwtfltc J'H. .wtis breathed into her ear ardent love and deration. that hung upon] every leaf and a year, to keep it free from lice ." youth, ca.tiug.; _..etcii editor'complaining! that hoCo'uld'lK.t ,
sung 1401 rocks Hue- It was not by the white light of blade of. grass, glistened like so many diamond ,.Ij* regard. to feeding )hens, he'rfifljfks : a gLmco at the J udge and then at hisjtr: sle vBigkJ.. JMOm* silver; fcheUs in e( ldai cases; and IKM*'!*? that Ilcrnandes enjoyed these pri- *. that "many labor under a mistake-they rent,' "but I don't rated what be says.; causes ; **A crying Mf$ .' IxUen month*
and Jtlluw, WItk lovely 4o"r. feed too much. To keep brims through tile I II Mother don't! neither and 'tween she an4\ ct W
green Ik tik a, I* Choncbla was jealous: and Xax-hoocbce, true to her promise. stool old, a. dog howling nndeflhe gate a
glitte gsaud4auiid wLKb seems to I winter, give, bay six cars of corn and two I, we've about got the dog 10 be don't." a& a shanty
'atchfuljr lam. !Jut hU ned tone were on the fame spot| where she had met Her.tainJes the alley a colored sen:ant
mbcd'ded biri-s rubies ind ,uoelby, ", I quarts oats or buckwheat |vr day about -.--- --s ...... -
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wpp 1oJ after the trim .'u tirdncss: the (\'t'lIin3 before but a prcit'r.ti- twice '" the ::n.y\.tlJ3J.be. ai;fI tr11 g
C tlfeuds and wIdjaere-1 a"etk1 besides a little thorti! ('r bran, There are t"TJ'-. i.-L.mddiwb -.oX- over ,. ,
while in its pellucid bosuia the h' "' I.;c" ,' awjv hen the I metal of evil taddvoril (...> 'Iiritl prt-parcJ: a' above .. .........,.. C e., di." ".) terns' / C:....:: ('f'.1... 4w5 l rwLtULa -
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mhe; ti i\u. CONTROVERSY. WM ma lo." Judge DuPont said, '.,ho tlf\ when tiut Court was to have been held At that n member ot a Court COrtld arrest Its. tended to, and threatened (ntir 1 .
- uniln \ THE JUDICIAL"! t tected thin endorsement And insisted ;.on its 'TalhalianseeVhy, not adhere to his l position action by his, contumacy, ithii! | wotsdmake glect, was fully dispose of. Thus, wiU '\
A Rertew of the Replies '6f'Associate Jo.'- enusure.: That "to satisfy the ,Chief Jus- of Ballin j? A Circuit Jndge? Why persist him auptlr' and 'the 'otritr iJudgca the act stand in the magnitude of iu .*n
and Pearion to the Opinion lice, Pearson and hiinsclf Rgrcixl in imposing his] blindness Upon suitors inferiors ; give )pcrverscntss and proportions, in all time, as ft precedent to
,tioei.DiFo&t of Chief BaltMU. Lhat fn A&ocste might be made at''the i bottom ', unit tho 'public THo says, "his night was misconduct: :the l'll and dominion over be 1110\ell-ns ft terror to delinquent, to
.ukto of the prcSous page,' showing tbtb so'far improved !, as to'enable him to take duty nnd right conduct, and would tend prevent of duty, nnd secure its
The'replicn of Judges DuPont and Pear, Chief Justice, temporarily retired from the his set on bench at the term 5n Jack to anarchy. /Die case of Cohens was quo proper discharge. Malice, prejudice and
son to the opinion delivered by Chief Jus bel tico Bait zell, vindicating the arrest of HOI. of this (ll.>rlc'lnt.o, render the orderfioy 10 flrther 1 This capacity nil United States, to prevent such a : vert-but it will remain in its native digci .
B. Pearson! arc before the public, and / Huyatriry? /{ beat passed out nelost.e; was able- to 'get'on without'prcccdent, nssumed power againsjt ty, n nn evidence of the majesty und power "
1 the read and State asserting their jurisdiction -' of thc law---of tho fore'ot' equality,
: with 1 reception according to tho of term. Wncther'by this i"meant 'ile' 11 to exam 1 sovereign ,
various views of those who ha\e read thorn. ciidorscmpnt being passed out otel'm. ino tha Jaw, contrast and compare authority n necessary for the preservation ot right\ truth and justice-
Many have a\oide'd reading them, on account dered the order' passed in" term nugatory, to master cases by nn examination the Government, and{ to prevent its course These opinions I of the Chief Justico were
of their great length. By a portion does not no clearly\ appear. I so, it would of the iccords, or to write anti read opinion from being arrested by ono ot its members. in becoming style and temperl\unobjecte)
-_ of the press at home, well ns abroad, the be 1 strange conclusion.: altogether, from the bench-tho indispensibla "Otherwise, the Court said each member to by any one, for waTt pro
l\ F. n. FnDI_ EJitor.J proceedings has: been:characterized M di''- did the wit of lan ever contrive 'so 'shrvl-: requisite of I Supreme Court judge, he had ,,ill possess I veto on the will of the whole." ety. It was to have been expected that replies
--" '== graceful. Independently, 'of this"", and more low find silly 1 charge ? A mere differciMp not at the terms held previous to the order It i to be regretted that the Judge could would have been'made in like m"rnersudl
I' t Moiiticollo especially if this 5 is so, it becomes nn net of between absence and retiring 1 of nrrestj nor n the terms ho attended (af. not perceive trc'of the argument a became members of the same
_. .._ : duty, and worthy consideration by every This i is f11 ion in tho orinion of a Jndge. terwards. X or can they deny, (neither The Judge insists that the power to send high'trbunnl, "and especially those"so fall :
,4 citizen, to ascertain the true state of tho And this charge prcf.iccd with on ostentatious Jndge.DuPont nor himself! ,) with any color" for absent members belongs) to the Legislaturo .' dignity and importance. But : 4
SATURDAY MOXNIKO-- --JULY 18, 1859. matter, so ns to fix upon the person or persons declaration of hU equality in author ot' truth, that the order of arrest, callingpublic by cpl'es grant of the Constitution; how opposite in every respect, bow J
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who have: brought tins discredit ity, dignify and responsibility with the C. nteltiol to so gross an net of delinquency 1 fact distinctly stated in the opinion, yet the reality from this reasonable nd ,-
Fon CIUKF JUSTICE: on the Country, and hold) them to / up Justice, and his 'dtty: : to guard with vigilance very shame drove him nt the he passes by withou notice time ,case. of most just .expectation ? The one Judge 'i v'
,::I IIOX.' TIIO7IAS IJAI.TZr.IX mponsibility. tlicrecords-to see that they presented last to tho performance. of his duties, nnd Anderson vs. Dunn, in which the Supreme sounds his own praises-"he is ever promptat ,;'
-' secured the transaction of lime public Court of the United States decreed that his petiormiiig his full sharq of tho
It proposed in this article, to treat the history ; with further :.jiarade 'thereby post
FOB ASSOCIATE JUSTICES Subject; succinctly yet clearly, that its f\l \wjirtitnts}n\ l'n' is yet fIth"r 1 followed ( blsmeM. the want. of such grant is not nn objection labors court;'teal,promptness and industry -
IIOX. 1>. p nOIXAKU nniierstiiiding may be arrived at. quotation an ) Blackstone, There arc some charges made in common to the exercise of tho power by otlicr .-- The Supreme Court of the State was, by iw "to the unwarrantable practices of some by both Jndgt-s. Judge; Pearson nnt they implied it iu tavor of of his official.d ties;vigilant, too, preser "
C5fWe hail' prepared; quite a number law, directed to be held on the first lion- Judges, who had made entries on'the rolls boldly assorts that the C.JuacJcc U:"insane, the House Representatives, who had arrested vingthorecordiiof.the courtnorisherparlag ; -
of important articles for to-day's issue, but day iu January last. Two of tho Jntges. to cover their own misbehayio'r l and 1 had, both intellectually and morally ;" in chart a citizen fora contempt without a pre- ofWs disparagement of a brother judge "
ho him in the benefit dcnt.orprovision of law. They said such to whom ho now occupies the delicate relation
"Jcffer- and were present. Judge taken upon theni by amendments and era- ty allows Rome degree power
wo arc compelled to give way to lnlzel was Dulont. The Court was continued sure, falsify their own record,the whole of both. Judge DuPont imputes: "hallu exigtcti.by imj[licajionj from ncces tyaud of a opposing candidate for the highest
BOU."I' I ,Hisievicwot t thereplicsofDuPout aeveraldaya thereafter, in the hope of which amounts to this,-that a record cination." "It is," says he, "the creation, on the principle oi self-preservation. office in the Stato; ho charges him with
t'' and Pcaison to tho published opiuign off of his ftniving; until the 18th ; Mhen the turrtptitiously! male up to stifle or preventthe however, of the same strange hallucination Such is the legal argument of Judge trying to degradoldmn-to hold him up to
f Baltzell, will be found a fair :and impartial Chief Justice, conceiving that ho was absent truth should not be a sanction for error, which seems to haveta'uited his mind DuPont, and it is seen, how far the position the country as a delinquent judge-with
of the whole dispute between without cause directed him to be sent and that t record originally made up according throughout this whole nff.tir, that the C. of the C. Justice i!nnswered in its various falsifying a record of the court. He sur>-
Buma.itry for. Tho Sheriff proceeded to Jacksonville to the truth, shoul not ael'warI" Justice constituted the Court." aspects ; that a Court] IUl full power ports charge ot Associate,' of insanity :
these gentleman. v here ho found him, in big usual by fcny private Imldmen : They.attribute the failure ol'Jthe} Cour in and authority to enforce the attendance- by the use of the term lmUndlatou-
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health ;L but, on the succeeding dajytho altered to any sinister purpose.! &<4{ ; January to the Chief Justice,- : of its members-that tho Judges are officers charges him with a failure to cm1
I Judge Forward. time fixed for his departure, ho was sick in Was there ever anything so vile and un- Pont-"That same Associate (alluding to ot the Court, and not nbovo law, nor -with running the State to unnecessary
: A correspondent of tho 1'loridian over bed. Tho ict rnjo"tho: : oflicur'h to this effect foulided-so poorly contrived with' mich himself,) {continued, 'persistently to urge exempt from,but subject to.its colnpulsory) expense, &c., fcc.; to -i hich must be fdJ- '
: tho signature of .1' One who was present,*' i is :. "That ho (I'carson) could net como evident malcl from such sluiuler materials, the aid ot 1 Circuit J udgo-which the Chief process-tlmt the power to ed the separate vilification of B.-M.' Pearson
U informed that. the ncquisations against to Court, being unable, to caro his rei- to attain ; and yet, this Judge Justice refused, and thus, was more rccpon- ofikord, and is lot confined inferiors all8ubordinntes \ S!to' hypocrisy, depravity, tc. .
such "exhibi
dence in consequence of his hCllth.or nick- coin plains] of an effort to degrade him I- Bible for the mimic of the term than his : as Circuit Judge, attorneys Now: who wieay after an
_ :: Judge Forward, in our issue of June 28th, new,"-K. Sanders,.Sherill' The Court, With all this authority, dignity and re Associate." l'earson-"And the C. Justice 'jurors, witnesses; Justices of tho Peace, ton of dignity .and
_ f were ba's: cd upon{ good authority.e have had on the 18th-been adjourned to the sonsibihityfirmness and vigilance: his may lay the flattering unction to his soul, Clerks, Sheriffs, to.:'That tho power as on the par of one candidate ; such
i instituted menus to ascertain the truth or 21th, rul an order was then also entered i piece exhibits a direc application to the C. that he was the sole cause of the failure of against the J Judges,is inherent iu the Court, want of, all of absolute, deficiency,
.; falsity of the in, however, and in due time that IJoth Judge; (Pearson and DnPont,) Justice "to erase name from tlil entry," the regular term at Tallahassee, and not affirmed by. tatutc nud its own' IlcciioIS. of,positive disqualification DuPont, on tho., part of
should
be notified to Ittend on that day. On the notifying him to attend on the 24th, with myself." and indispensible to its very existence and the ot er,,that C. II. not
the result of before .
shall
I lay our, iys.aarch 21th a:proposition was made by Judge Du- an assertion that "the matter of difference The expense to the State is complained, {.reservation.We be preferred and selected a* the Chief Justice
L ,the public., Wo would not knowingly, Pont, that I Circuit Judge bo appointed in between him and the C. Justice could by, of by both-thus: Dul'ont-"Tho j- Chief had almost o\'erlooke. the seiious accusation and the present infcutnbcat put cut, to
do any of tho candidates.'for. Supreme place of Judge Pearson; which the chief that mean.i bo easily accommodated no far Justice carried the measure into efFect by, of Judge that the Chief make a 1 place tor him.
': Judges, injustice. :Justice opposed, on the ground that he n!he was personally affected." :. running the State So Use ezpcnee if sending Justice had associated his name with that The beneficial effect of the proposed
i i. was not disqualified, but IUly able to attend The proposed erasure "ns to make an officer f row Tflialuso to Jacksonvilleand of n persim charged with rlgllc of offi change will at once be obvious. A member -
Still to be Duilt.'g and secondly, that was no provision pear that the order had been for the i.p back I distance 'of nearly 400 miles." cal duties, so a to bring 10 1 upon himself.le of the court may then stay at home M
The last lloridian that it was in ir- : by law, for such appointment. cation of Pearson: alone, to attend, anti lintfor l'carson-"hIe certified tho expenses of objects to nu association of his name long a ho pleases, drink lqlornoke se-
stys The thief Justice then proposed that two IVar.son and DuPont, as originally, tho Sheriff on this wild goose chase and 1'Jird :1 Pearson I Iiien did hedic'Cofltiimue gars, and indulge in ( (! amuaeineiits -
ror, in stating, (the previous week) that ot tho Judgtio being a majorit "o' the Court made. The record might be thus nlicicd caused them to be paid. ouof) tho State intimacy or cease the association without let or hindrance from ,
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the r.ppropriution fc.r the construction of should proceed to the transaction of the to stifle and prevent the truth for his accommodation Treasury." Now, the expanse of four Cir ? Has it c-nded'to the present day ?- the new Chief Justice; Tin disappointinent !
-1t the "U. S., Post office and Court house," business ; \vhichJiidgo Dul'ont opposed. hut not amended to state cuit Ju'lgcs, for travel from, JMarianna to I las it not been more intimate than with amid loss of suitors, neglect t>f jubl.
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: nt Tall: h ;sCl', had reverted to the Treasflry. In FiAiruary afterwards tho court was the truth in a matter interest to another. Talahu-qcl from Tallahassee to Jackson any other man in the State-continuing to duty, the breaking up of the court !l
organized: at Jacksonville, by .Tl\l l Pear Upon the refusal of the C. Justice to make Augnstine'to Tampa from the very l:t-ccl'tainl\ not approaching nothing to him, iu comparison: with tho ,
son taking his seat with tho'{other J.ldgcs; this evident: falsification, ho nays "his firstsnriplcionH 1IYV Mariamia, and expenses that of Pythias-not quitewe dignity ot nn officer wilfully refusing tube
This being tho case, won't tho Editor of the there those would fhrhave don't that. How has this wonderful at his Better suffer all than disturb
a id tel'QA were held in : as to his motive revived as to during Court nt places, by moan post.
tho Fordian, reconsider his dctcrmina Ta 1 ih:is.sec, all Alariann, Tnt1pa. his design to injure him in the estimation exceeded this expense of the Shorif; concurrence, Irgument almost identity him.The
tion not to accept the berth of Superin. At the term in Tallahassee, an order was of his fellow citizens-ho then f"unt himself so that jo 'nil probability (tome $GOO in conclusion, (: taken new Chief Justice wi discriminate
s tcndent, "even.though tendered by a thousand Mad by tho two Justices (UuPout and upon the public records open the were-navo'l to the State, by the Chief Justice place, except by plan, combination,precon- too, with wonderful MUUe: "between ab
Congressman find: Cabinet officers J"' Pearson) doelarhg the order of arrent of inspection of tho country, und to be hand.' in this rwpcct. CJrt htimaey of 'sxiitou: ? Whence this sence'1 anti "retiring from court;" nor wi
the latter to bi1 without authority find illegal cd don n to I.il children, and gl'andcbnlJenas : ] The law of the which' Judge Dn solemn protest-tha expunging order ot t he permit:falsiacnticu of the records (
The leoplC''iII, apt re-ciate thecanse: of the ,-and it Wli orduru 1 that it'll consitfercil a dfcluiqucnt judge." Pont BO kindly assumed 0'81' to himself, leaving the two"their combined, assault upon the cept to r.ccommodato Home personal interest -

,. announcement that ho had declined the us expunged from the records: 1.1 the Pearson, to whom the facts arc the facts, to his Associate: Pearson, ia very Chief JU'ticl. except through this intimate of a member of the court. '
berth-he thought that the "appropriation Court: TUs order was publitihi-d il the assigned by hii associate, complains that briefly disposed of, and will reque but ,a, }partnership-.Us near cliation-thil close Certainly! with such cainll, FO directl/
had reverted to tho Treasury.: Wa insist eftb&' city, by thei' direction.: the C. Justico i.bcleved' his assertion as slight attention. alliance!: ? asserted by bimsl'lf 8ClOr.
that he t he berth provided ho hai Iarr chief Justice replied to :, order, to his infirmity" .J uhtic( says h' His first point is, na to "tho power nnd Such h the argument made by this judge, endoi'hcment \' as .
accept ; in an opinion, vindicating: tho order of argus' from pretended reports one ot the Juj'Jcos of thc Su and the replies of these two Judges to the M. Pearson, the i'iht of this wort hyand:
sufficiently advanced in the study of Arch'tectitre arrest, and asserting its legality. Tho repHpii -. wa about the streets at homo, j ursuing my R'thoritr to attach the body of ono of Judicial opinion: of the C. Justice, embracing !mper-i'mincut candidate will n ,; to qualify him for the position. of the two Associates aro to tho I alt usual avocations, and fully capable of reaching ACctes" to compel him to sit.". sulrjcct.s of importance to tho people lix>ked by the people.
... .. opinion, and these it ia proposed to consider Tallahassee, ns if the truth of that allegation .\binJoling the very outset, he ad of the State, and presented by him in temperate I Who, after all this, will venture to say: .,
"Who shall be the next Senator as presented by them. : had been denied by' me; and be contlhtl what lIe terms tbe'Milrop !language, without an objectionable that: they", And hot the Chief Justice, bait '
Judge DtiI'ontcomplriinathat the Chief again asserts, my gunvral good health when lion; of superiority on the part word, and witlumtituperatioi.of any one. brought upon the country the discredit oftl.i'
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ApalachicolAduertiter of a late Justice "charged him with a neglect of official the Sblrif arrived, uhich, to be sure, wastrun Justice:-"Tho AsHociate ho asserts, "a.e It is not difficult to define their true }purpose extraordinary proeeJure.JUFFERSOX..
_ date, resurrects editorial of ours, writ duty"-"that ho was actuated by the he would lave: the public co-equals: in power, in authority, in dignity aud object. In, newspapers of a date .
___ ten two months r.go, (more or less));Bunder motive and design to.hold him up as ((Itlinipient believe I bad denied. Ho confounds ;fit- and responsibility. The C. Justice proceeding both theso replies,one of these, .. ..
the above caption' and takes our remarks 'judgd'-MA degrade him in the finally fifsiyht with general indisposition." (fistinctly dlscaimel the 1Infh. at the Judge DuPont, i is:ano\lcct as:candidflefcr Wrtlra for tli* FumHr! lY.ttd.
very seriously to heart. We stated that estimation of his fellow citizens,"-and further The J udge is sadly mistaken, as ho would time of al superior the ollice of ; time otheras Celebration c the 4th, at Uaioa Acaltmj.Jin. .
; ; that ho has fulsifird, the records of ha\ e discovered,it lie could have read Judge ity on the part ot!any of the Judges, as to dlterminet to retire from the Bench.-
wo, supposed; Mr. Yuleo would be "laid Court. IJ.iltzi'll's opinion. It i is true, reference is this duty. Tho puWished opinion, re-asgerls Time reply candidate may be rlgar : EDITOK:-It was my good fortue' :
k upon the hel(" at tlo: expiration ot bis Judge Pearson complains,' of injustice made to his good health, which .was the it : "I have: been asked, if the Chief Jukticn cd with great propriety a tut ceci'urr. to w itneps on ytMtcrday, the ci-lrfbratiun! ot
Senatorial terui-and in.view of such fact, and persecution, in sending the SherifF for ground :assumed by some to excuse his abscnoc were absent, would the power exist to vend; ing document} designed to present tha 4th, by the Union and Midway Academies
1 it was well enough to look about and see him. Them aro other imputations not ,but the farther: and conclusive groundwas for him. I answer, unhesitatingly in the superior claims for the oftice ;-hU fl'luness II ; and the neighborhood. The details
who v ere aspiring as Lis cucccssor.; And deemed worthy of notice: further than to taken, that,the "infirmity of Fight, setup affirmative. I is ve -tel in the Judge present his vigilante, his prompt : ol the programme n ere simple,yet iu good
'1 further intimated that show the ill temper and \rant of taste oft bv him, under the C 'I'UIstancl'I, could and performing his duty, agnin&t nil delinquents. duties; the injury and wrong done him find taste and I, clustering around the main subject .
the culection
.- we of e anthersuch; as"usurpation," ''hyp'oiraiy not 60 nllowol1 lie had, at the past: ession I should fell humiliated to claimit hU children and grand children, BO a to :t. the education of youth kept constantly .
a U. S. Senator in,1830V: would te' mad ,","depravity,""atrocious impudence," of bel'l )permitted to pro- against inferiors und subordinates only." tract the public sympathy in his behalf and in ,' ;\ Looking on na a disinterested ,
from the nnt.c1rnas! forcoa. "arrogant and, lawless assumption of rowor side a Judg ,-llJr an entire term-to join To the i same effect i is one of the head: notes also, to present prominently' the objectionsto observer, I may be pardoned fur volunteer!

For so expressing our opinion, our ceteraporary : in the decision of cases, whilst incapable of Where tbcnthe pretext for1 the agqI'tiol his opponent,-aud in such imposing ing this rem.rk: : that Mr. Brass, of the
think that Judge DuPont finds no support In,,the reading :word sentence or paragraph- that this "assumption of superiority i'u an act shape !lOne Judge sustaining and supporting Union Academy, Dod Mr. Smith, of tho
) eoems to wo are "bor. opinion for h"first charge, but (directly the the inarmhy existing in its worst "!t.pcu. of power without nny found, 'ui jn either iu the other-both hbuxing the opposing Midway Academy,nre well woi'thy the confidence
: t rowing trouble und anxiety," Ac. Ho fur. reverse of "It will ttiiH be seen (says cept that he wns able to walk !/ Ho law or reason, ai-1 never bo 'ore asserted or candidate. DuPont certifying for himself and 8lPloi'of the-ir) patrons. Teaching
ther says, "Besides, Mr. \rUE indy conclude tho opinion,) that no term was held for the presided afterwards at the terms oi the pretended by any one of the prekcsssors :and Ins. own superior fitness for the office- I requires i 'encher. not only knowle.le -
S to be his own successor, in which transaction of business, owing to tho failure court just c'uJed-thu infirmity fdl!!! prevail of tho: present. iaran'.cut-a mere ilinhion.' declaring the uuMtnuss and uuwoi thiiiu.-is of I ; but pains taking. He must, study-
caao": even the flemHy friend rain (fonei Associate to attend, and of theobject ing in every C3senlial respect. Now if His second point is, that the presence ot his otponcntvntloresd\ and certified to : ana htudyiug, hi mast understand the moral
_ may of the olleI to l>jn-ucccding with the CClpccntl flaliec.u( : thus declared the C. Justice nloio docs not constitutethe by Bird M. Pearson. 111\90n. in like manner I and menial character of each pupi inorder
; find it convenient to leave tho track when ,
4t business the absence that '
of Atsociate endorsed and successful
Judge Bait- Com t. Unless this officer is interior cl'I'uul'l by DuPont. to n development tilt
tho tefiintl-i blown. R-iilroads arc a great Again-"iionooftho actors il that scene, zeD, with any [)rjIiet't', assert his incom- and has ions power than: his associates: by Par nob.lef rat rum. I') cuhie, Tliiseg-eutlemen seem fully aware
institution but the Internal Improvement (alluding to Gen. Jackson Mossrs. Webster potency on that Harne account Woujd not their own admission, his presence t'.ooscoiiHlitute. These gentlemen have made out their of this, amid have acted nccur Jinxly.I .
: Fysteui of Florida is greater, especially iu Calhoun and Clay,) ever fiiiled or re such tssltiol at onco be ailmitling tlmat&.l the Court. There expunging order case a argument, their bill of accusations, i, do not undertake to give a full!.account
s the Legislature when United States Senators fused to discharge a public duty, nor wcie the past action oi the Court, when ha was i is:to this effect : "Xo entries shall: be against theC.Jtisticc ; his conduct nut only i I of the proceedings oftbe day ; but shall notice .
; they at any time, apologistof a known dcliuqiteut. laboring under this infirmity, wa illc-ogal, made upon' the minutes of the Court in vacation in this affair of the arrest, but in other res- ; some incidents, which struck ray atten
made. this
infer
iz are By we that ." Now, here delinquency is directly and the cases decided, liable! to ba set aside and, without the concurring authority poet*-his entire judicial career has been I I tint). The speeches delivered by the young
King David has only to give his orders and l'harget to P\on. to ])u. on this grolhl1 Thl'l'l might hae: been of:majority of tho presiding Justices the subject of their impeachment, abuse, gentlemen, were really \\V11 delverd; the
L fommands: aud the Legislature will do Lis rout. le represented in the first paragraph : error at lirt in )permitting him to pre thereof /ll.1 the same be for the adjournment denunciation nnt vilification, and what has the accent, the emphasis, the
4V-- biddingd may co.ioludc"! to serve another pre.eut suid objecting) ; whilst in side, but after deciding that the infirmity or continuaiK'o ot f the legal terms been the Have they successfully ot the voice, were very surprisingly correct
gj term as Senator, and if he does, all the as apologist dt'lnquent was nut a Jis'laltcnion: how could the I of the same or to effect the (rganizat01 replied to 1 single position tak\n by him= amid impressive. But I H more
;- other He infers :design to charge Court turn lelt that i it was? provided for by the 5th auction a single authority cited, any doctrine, rule particularly, the compositions ofthe young
aspirants} may as well "leave the delinquency, from the fact, that Court was Such is the contradiction iu which both of 1851, oigaai/mg tho Supreme Court." or principle, nd\' nccd1 Have they established 1 1,1:19.: a these were original and upon sub-
I .
D track," when the mighty King commands held ,open by the Chief Justice, on senralda's Judge DuPont and himself have: involved Judge DuPont asaents still more distinctly i a singly flt disparagement ? j_jeet of importance. Miss. Kunnagay'sjiete
} -J g it. The Legislature of 1860, we will inform -because a order wai passed'O this thtU eIHs by insisting on their motion ;o to the lame right and power, as 1010w8. Xo,not one I injurious, vile charges, I! on "female 1 education," enbracud: !
the Advertiser man, will not be couponedof latter day, notifying him attend, and, because call a J\dge.Ho "\ tCer others might think, my their disgraceful insinuations :and aspersions I I number of excellent remrk. She gave
, -, I inca who are Bulwemant to tho Jewish the \presence of the Chief Justice would make it appear that he was \\f\\H\ of the law, and, my responsibility under rC'tur to themselves, to plague their inveu many good reasons, a full
alone noticed on those days. It id barev "sutiin.1rC1 a ito>of the Aimizh- it. I bhould. even if both the C. JuViireand I and 'comprehensive education fur her sex.
..:. I Kin!. Yes, we grant that the "int rna1 !_ necessary, ktate the! propositions to show t-:1/1tHctOI ,.r( upon him by Jlcutvw. I the; other Associate had been absent' tors.And what has been the- course of the C. And I think siLo Was succe r.fjl in mru'ntaiuiug -
'71 El improvement system of Florid! i," h w proven ''their utter groundlessness. How could Judge covertly io.mul'/ fiom inability to Ill'nt have: attempted to Justice under this:unprecedented assault ? I her position. Notwithstanding the
a yretater institution'than Railroads to.f his presence on those days: be stated when the Kimo: idea: "If the C. uu- organize: the calling two Provoked, we may well imagine, Ieyomutmeasure i danger of collisions of opiaions between
.f this: modern king. It (the internal! Improvement I ho wus absent ? 'Why doc ho complain: ibitunately happened t(ho afflicted cither cuit Judges." Now,what is this, but thepower by the revolting spectacle thus the sexes, mid the further danger of rivalry -
Act) c-lecte-d him Senator in 1331ho ( of:an order ot'notib'cation to attend, when I ill hi,person family, so auto be -
I I his published! letter requested a notilica.I ymliiedAc.. Now, his own crcesBea -the very power clainied and averted by fr1; imitating their bat example ; the mo t tender relations,! say with thin
' has managed to "feather LU cwn pest" I tion l "1 have concluded not to go down have produced the infirmity under the Chief Jut-tice. This i is the very authority lie had no occasion to parade wor young!ladytnat the education of the female
) $ tinder it. workings wtll'as: l.is frI nJ.i. i to-day, but to await a notification from you which Judge Pearson labors, is too wcl cxiiting at common law, that "each its in contrast with those of his opponent.fo I miidshouid be comprehensive| rhe piece ofMba
-and its wording is of such doubtful! conJ when"ray presence may bo needed." Such known to admit of dispute. It judge of a court, consisting ot more than DuPont's piece ho made : temperate Hamilton, oil .Woman's Influence,"
ktruction, that fraud and corruption Gad in ii his letter of f the )lth, addre se4 to the 10 be assigning it to the cause nlledgod by Ole, has the full judicial authority, sinless but necessary response. Pearaou'., he waa good ; and that iniiuence so clearly
$v % it equally as fria aa .ivocatell justice Chisf Justice, on which the order was pre thece two A&iociatea. ho bo expressly! required to exercise it in treated with becoming silent contempt. po !ted out by this young lady, is a power
end dicated. Nor did the C. Justice, "wer of "ten toltncommite
S ; equity. Can it b that all this effort to frame : in the dark;j" for whatever. objection there make :difference that there is un objection this furious : has been already in some to woman by tho hand
We are well aware of tha ciuse of the charge of deliquency. b. but tho single may be t the order of arrresr, it is t freo to tho law, on the score of its constitution- measure attac, requiring some farther the use and abuse of which she wi most
- A&irtittr maa's asxiety ia the JllatM'- object of own laudation to from and has the llecn1ar.merit, that lit y. It is sufficient that the power of orgJlhticn elucidation. Charged with the fail. assuredly have t account. ,
A lIe Las a slvonte wit Via bis this efiVct; "Conscious that I had ever the blow was in full open day, and a exutil9lt comlnOI law, i b ure to hold the Court in January, through Miss Munroe's address to "the Students,'*
bounds owe county been prompt at my post, and performed in a manly spirit. The great excellence of : here plainly : recognized, as- the refusal to call iu a Circuit Judge, hedelivered laid before them, tho relative departments'
wha has had Lis wye caat in the my full share of the! labors of tie Court." the rule! l advanced by him,indeed is that =erted, a! di"tluct) the departments opinion, demonstrating to almost of teaching and study. Teaching would
direction, of Wu>Ucgtos, for some time.h .- Certain i it is, that there is and was no colorin there nothing: ran in --operating: upon of government, legislative executive and every D intelligent mind in the State, its I always be in, vain '\ithondigeDt study on
, -. TUs/auoi-to rt likewise a Yu'&ite, and so th. slightest for any such charge. cqws! u well as ri"r8-alike upon judicial. Nor will i it do to say that this unconstitutionality, Still farther, to show the part ot the } ,
: does cot n.Ush. our rec.s.rk that the next Hk next charge: is lauoducud by a like : liigh audthelow-exempting none ; I power estl in part only as to tome of the his desire to bold the Court, bo uiged that j ThedJrci to parents," by Miss- L
, \1-5-; Senator would coxe froa tie antt'Yulet reference- Lis own merits : "1 considered 1 forming juet response to 'the imputation judges-to Compel Circuit Judges, who, two Judges being present, a majority that I Horn, wai pointed sad. vxcellent. I "':
I forces. Cocscle: it my' duty as a consistent member of the kpxeumeii made, that law, injits admuiistra-. being notified, refuse to attend. Tho pow they constituted I court competent fur the thoroughly iI1'lclcd.h hearing that
yotritlf; 1:0\1 over: fried Court,coequal in authority diyaity, znztr.spoii.iUliy tin' u but a nut to catch bimll tihb, whilst cr, if it exists u all, exists in ;its entirely transaction of butbtss. Oil this point he child utter words nudom, which, if cairieJimo : -
L t AdoertUer, your favorite ia hardly how to guard ifitA wjiknft tie the larger one break through unhrre. to accomplish all tha ends cf its creation. 'delivered I farther opinion. Of this it will full effect, would produce the
tr outside of Fraaklin Couaty,-ac'd conwquietly records, aud to see that they were madeto Writhing under'tl.o e'tfcct of thil What Judges DuPont and Pearwn distinctly suffice to say, that i : discussion afterward most abundant harvest of good to society ;
does not Maud the "gtoat of t protect ,true hittory oftheprweedingtcf and writ,he effects not to have bveu, disturbed ry, thAY bad the power to do, andkhcu'd *, involving\ the question, alto and the lttl\satyrUt had found out somehow .
I ,buc\" for Senatorial honors. that! body Wlica lull bench I had by them .--"he treated: it with oonterart," do as against .Circuit Judge, under published in the p June reasoning and parents were: rather fond of indulging .
-4.. ihejimuwt? w lend my aid to a measure "he disregarded the rJculousordr.'theidea obligation to attend as a Juge' of the authority of thi C:1 era quoted with ap those very tempers and dispositions, ,
; GEOBGU PESITEXTU.J.Y. deugced to correct tho record, aid to pIe of hu being taker ? under Supreme Court, and ref g attend, probation": and not competed ou either side, u bu-h thee strictly punished in their chil
-Tho Milagevilhs 8en'I it for th future, from rimilar inter. it, I rover: occurred to him Judge Baluell has done against one of the whilst! tho decision quote by Judge Da- dren, She ah'Ollo government,
Reorder
: 4. at t tUlttti s:y' : "There ce. I done kw, I hcul4 have (the 6Pfol) it never did to me ;i"* unei Supreme Court judges. Their action Pont, in support,of was not t but not to parent tcoldbg and
two are at hundred pre u&t and, we tirtui lear,,i ia this institution. : Lee unworthy of the high confidencepssedlnmebyciyfeHow .e- 'I her Judge PUP t cor ray.elf have been would acd old be agaicst the taliswea. to much a quoted or referred to. switching.. "How then ?" y10\'e." and
, cl convict*-forty I citizens." ThoI in the tJighient degree iuf u'ecced by ir. (to a to the regular! paa- To their expungicg order, published! by she was right Parental c
them Lee u
I
1 ; Y- having corunjtte-d it vhtia nott
to I pioc dug rwerrvd to wu of thl>character', of ape: iheirMirection ia the of Talla filial
.z-,_ tha Ttl & Urgtr number : rogant utaptioa power. I 8 en- eIf! ) there i U : acd proprietl ne.wcpapm to Bgea-ier lon Bet_ :
than bi pratyca.tceii la it Tbo Cfunice' hid been C i a tirtly unmoved why b fierce vjndici. the cue case, then b ia the* ij see, bo caada a rt>plrOf < cotive prectal love and the cocwactecvployrncnj
ever it
(ay oac time cts' live rvply? bitterly the C. Justice la Ilse notIce the order of anvtt, it U suSiciect to of
wre.. The iacccwa of crime, would k Al Oa.h hl V/ty complain BO judge supposes Maiding and th rod, t tem-e
k 1L WUpt4J\call !iouit ot thai wuiib he regwded 1 con- ti s of the ease of Cobem vs. thbSuteof My th.U its best vindication 1 Is ta ba lour.d ii but cue Ikk ofcor.iection.
ta* i&spzi4 ferertl Courts- .
'aem, t. with
; 7 t :t to caures \ ''lftuowr' Bn *bo>'ft fcll,why not per. "iiaajrtrtM i himself the Federal in the ,of its accomplishing) every object ; the parents. Without these Te a\ot,
to the of 'rgini o
from
.duteW&tio ft/ cerubty the Bcucnl !
pnvuhmect In entering ito otspporstaiMH 1 from Court ? Ho and b lubordi- ei
: ratbec Lin cUni oro 1 ywg aw9' was, i a ocut9 $ purpose II I.crpli i pm&u eta plain rational miIi.:1 would iniI .
ccy, to bring of the Ci', J ts both. Lti and Juage and l! Fcarcoa ta his
ahut. und tlte ,cU 1g. (he Dloft oery.b tate etat'l.N diaulurge duty t I agin that uh a discipline could result
'' ,tic dirft! d the( I dy Jaclooo illa icr sIte 4 for tbs ho'.4 the sid thus the
lrar" T -,, .I'.o' r'i.. Dt e 4. i kUO fuly a .m- utb ritv quf n-'I coirt rub Irom such a motive I eight BIT tauh mere
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; -c ut must toot anticipate a full account to be. :i icipected 'Mk Ql 1:lfi6.- '. 'id tc I IUirog i. c. Legal'' N' 1itiU4.fUAli1UA ,HOSTJJTTBR'S

.j Jrom 8om% other'quarter. ._ TJLMMR: -j jMlonticqllp
i', The dinner was gexd iind abundant the _, I' 4 :.h j ", STOMACH. BITTERS
concourselarge fifteon1iunJred .Ln(! Eutcllgencc. (roiQ Eurup". A ocn.i"iAMF.'I'( CANO SALK. ,
L ", perhaps ibr (1 /wft ... A'f uw I.
tvrtV /7>""' '
DATJ- : DOT. 118; J ATI\'AX .T>Y virtue Droll oyjflnml dcore* t f the lion.
It..ft
; J"nd the .m'1"t.' tjordtat. harrethyrei1edtbroughout Ft.n FLglrs.-, tan v)' *;"f>rlfa' ar-v *1,5.Lis..p$41a14 > Fla.]
/1' 13 Jinit!( if( I'loUto, foe the C"Ulltof,, J fT"1"Mr. ," 'i? /.. a tijt-W MiKfti ,
I dLoitld.not omit tojnotice: t. e'two' AnIvAT, OF TEEThe WII n'rf itiithoi.-t1, tn Annnnntt lion. TIIO I. the undersigned| cimnliHn of Surah era Miirtltft Oxt.nitnu .' Mf * : tr .
ten''lI. I bZ&i .0\0..4 Not se.dol.
of Messrs. Smith .
and. Brass .
peochc3
As nAI.TI: u & esnJidte fur re'el""ticl, lo inilcliiUrtn Krnncln 'Onut,' dcrcnordwill
'Although it wasP evident, that these gentlo- Ei'D'Z irGA.XAN. tile oflico of Chief Jiwtlee of the Supreme Court J>f expose for wile to the l.! (liwU I.IJJiT U the, Court In iew of the fn't that etery nvnitur (f
men Ins ltoit"C, in ilicTotrn. nf Mmitiocllo on MoniUy, the the humn fum'ly:' it louts f r lees Mhjuctcd to '
intended to exhibit the result of their stennnhip hungarian: ftrrivcd Florldn.tlTlliC. : broide In. 1iihe15toanMtoAtS'f
1 I-I.( of A Lot No. S3 In the Tern cfMontKvllivnitlnliiing Home of the aboia .
tiPNt t'lIInr.llint. mg
day Hjfiin
.
with June :
own scholastic labors find the studiout diligences Liverpool dates to 20.&o : ntoincnibh other life, which. ,
4 4. fi-kiidofQteiten. CltAK .Hti H. Ill'PO. one hundred feet Rqditie. Sold
of their in 1II0\'rlllcnts ot the contcndiiicr nnnles aiiitlnnca of liltltf knvvktlge or
their the
pupils, yet speeches, .> 1' annuunce him. MaOitnd'dite" for th<\ OlTu'd fcnJiitiibut'on.Tvrmi by
I discovered a depth ')I tndvltt'nt of road- are reported !ha\'e taken place since the.battle of Chief Justice of !the Supremo C'oiirtof Horlda.tjf nmdq J notrn an dny nf A'>!IIt.J txcrcUt to of common. their habits sense.of they diet ins, I'.nd be with al leto .
rrqulale
o the"24th June. J;jEUKCCxV: 4U.\SlliK.
ing-and .thought crediublc.
grasp highly -
,
the ,atanlnneo of a good tcinijj eei.ro pet
Mr. Smith showed (c'eavly, the in per:1L1o. I The details of.tl':.- lust t li.ittlo: have not : .<- \Va are ,uiithcriwotio announce D, p, JIC)!. GutrdlnD. manenl health. 1 it tier l to aco.mipiuh this .

connectionbetwreiionr! own grt-at tidtiimiliutcreRt I been rccclvad 1, nor :ony estimates of loss L\M>. }'I., a1 ft cndtitfr, A>.wciiita Iastio ,Jane 28tb, ld,'>9. 19-4 desired object, Ito, Inn cour. to pursue it,
of the Supremo Court of 1'loiUn, nt tho election, In oi-rtsitlvtlsatwhkh ..iIIl..lu nnltrnlitM
: .
%! and the caufe t(1nc.iticr. And es.Jflie Octofcpr next X Till the Middle Circuit Florida in Mr. Brats, f-fler/contrnbticg/ : the past mi j Anstri:ins hud SarJim.ms: ftdmit.that strength aid tiftll t fur lUnenil Dr. Ilotletfetion ,

1 \ the present of our Country,-\vnilo unfolding their losies have l'cell"cl'r great. We are anthnrlocd find Teqncstcd tit i an- and for tho County! of Madison.( ir'l.I1.\,1\ t t. tJ.\ ell"r"'I" ''-

r, r to view the.splendid future, we had Napoleon says in a ,rlmphtch) to Par! hollies DAVID 1'. 1IOOUK. 011 a Sandldnte for the llnrrli-t O.Jlnyn, John 0. .Maya,' ion HOST1'1'1'lm'M, 1\1'O Al'iIlJIT1'F.Ri.
: olTica of Aointe Jinlicc at the el*lion. In Oct1'vrnoxt. Butlcf M .Inn M. which at' Hit div: i h tie a trw
:iff, and ,
took :
just reisoua tb 6utioipxto: did not fail to that he six thousand} prisoners, three Xy Mnj modtciw, but line that hm IMVMI ln.d fur ,
Wnrren Mllv" l" thair .
guanihin
:.4 ; convince; ttll/that education, thorough, flags, and) t thirty cnnnous. end Mend I'liouiimO.y GlfliVHK-k T'ar, Riving anliidaotinrt to all h. ImveusM '

' 'J .. _.: profound .nnd.1nite r.l in iu diffusion The Anstriani had rectosaed the Min- C2f 0. c. YOSOE, :q-, of We eyKlorida In vs.r it. Th* Kilter oporAti1 po\crful'y npt.ft jp EIt1TI HMIrnmr r

.: t.r ftM the great medns of attainment.X hereby prescnti by, his friends to th \foters t>f )ennet n. Nays, in Mo own Old Hloniach bownh n>J IneK reMortnj
.. cio.Gen. the Stuf'r election the office of UiooraM Ju and nc'ion, and
to them to I health vigorous
... < SPECTATOR. Ho'a hnsboen t Appointed commander rllthtand unlluilnlo'I''I'.rWII.' In Equity. TOII.1ST ARTICLES
tlce of tha Supreme Court, on the first ilomUylaOi'tiber thin 1 y'IIr.* xliiii'ili |>rw'sf n'ronjctlumngtatun : ,
1mm A.Mav, deed, Klrhnril .1. .
.' July Ctl 185O. in chief. '
{ next :\ *. Minhtit Ilia .t.'ft 0 !"iumrdi ourdi4CM
\. ...p.-.. Mays Knorh O. Muyi Kri'nn(' O. 1vnur thi ,
b.- The latest news from the army states / Umrrhai.' > > or so'nemiIly SOPS .
The Saprotne Jndgeshlp. t rii lion.JO'F.PIT McCANTO. of Jllddl* ilaj, hauls U 'ILl)" Ihomnt 8. contracted !1'1 n w rtloM, aidiricii's11 ,
that the D
had
French crossed the ill'i". Afn Theodore W. lirrvaitl and
the'otel"l ihch.rr' of wtiT
Flxridii, la hereby presented bv lilt filcnd to 1 % by
I". 1 To-day we lllne\the names of. Thomas A dispatch of the 25th from Napoleon to of. tllIl iist', for election;, to the office of his! ifvCnrollneUrevtrJ and tho j..n".u,1 anl, duvwill !ios1eedlt): rrgnliili-J. by a WIHOOW GLASS;, INSTRUMENTS,
#.. Bitltzell! and D. P..{Holland r.t bur mast : the Empress Eugenie, says : "Tho enemy Awoelntc Jnntlec. of till Supreme Court, outha first heirs or Jufne*May, Jcc'd y hI i-f n-w. flf thIs 1'1'1r.'u1I.. II .,.PII'In .
bendthe former for pbiet.J / .and tho : withdrew:1st night. slept iff the rbo'iiwhkh ; Monday In October nett. 'TT Appeltrito t tbe Mitt< .. A iiiuvli: O. Ms aal3ie K ThomnA R. Wtcn* in nU ito vorloua iotia, thins
latter for Associate. r"\Ve long since, declared Maya, Maya .
was occupied in the morning 1y tho tffVt't lire nnthnrited to nnnoiinoe, lion. ALKXytSDERMeDONALD unit. the hclto of Jiimi>i>"Msyi.af ,non-fcKlJcnt, of tnettati nov iit1r'!> thii nm tit, which t'at .,nln-tir Durn.1n.g' ] ,
ouraclf for Italtzell, and now nssoci-" I' Kmpcror of Au lr:. General. Neil"1ms a Oindidnte, for Avoclalo ( rFlnriiIit.. and that Rtdon Q. May, rmldc v MlrrAitfd Id .!lirniiirruw" of th. difeitirn i ,. (0 J\ :M[ t O
ate vrith him that gallant champion of De. Wn Florida.t 'I.e. mwd withal fad bjn iIIA
eppaintcrt Marshal (,f l'rnncc.' The Justice of the Supreme Court of out nf the MUillo Judicial (Circuit of Florl.It.It "I'rftl1.n
inocracy and profound nnd trofioniproml-iiig) ) Austrian: crossed tho Jlincio for the purjiow --------- i W t llunfiro connidvrtMi rfdorAl, adiudifwl, and inij i0TKTTrn'9-S1MACII; : : \HIT.. RF.CEIVEO A LVnGK'AND FRRill

jurist, D. P Holland. Time and upflec will of attacji inp us with their hole force, t nnlhorlf"d to announce.I"d te.f. AYI.Kt decreed, Hint the MM Hnurli (I. Mnya,Pallia E. Mnyi 'J'F.R. si ref...rll'i'rlhlM 1ivsklth.. 0'1hp. tone. J.ue supply of flYer! variety of srticloii.kept by
DAKER ana eandidiite. re-election to theotUd4' Thomas S. } nat pccmit a lengthy eulogy now; : We ;rill |
bat to' \ kiiut tIn hv not
obliged abandon their
I were positions of JudRO or the Middle Circuit of Florida, nt the : lertion l-' I plotm, or demur, lo tlio \dill nf romplnint' mJ1I1"I'A. if.mmip Planters, Phplclallll,
.
probably, fill our ticket era 1on. |' and withdrew to the left bank of the III October next '.!1W' filed In thin M"IIO..n..I' before the first ,Monday In ( Hue e n crick known i<> l I.e inWhllc.} and\ oil other ; I.lli line'of trade
There be issue \ Luko their; liiliir; tn n |>iivnnlun needing fllI'llllnln;
the Every
can no mistaking cnnntiy
further
pre" river attar of Gor. : A'Avcmbri1 next. 'An.1It i U rnnnidorcj ur-
blowing
tip thebridges : tliManp, u.t l rcntf\lici.inff! \ < fthottjiUm will find at thl house n full iitipply'of everything
1 < <
rented' in tho coming election ; it isPerryIi. 'ta. WP took tliitty pieces of cannon andsc'cn C19.We are authorised to nnnonnco THOMAS J.rilACK di'rtd and Jeovccd, that lie clove order lie, pnlili'hed '. 4t Ki-nrinl.. nail Mrioiij ltra pill!! required and rn M liberal terms a. can be purchnned -

". Yul e. The question is, eltall wo have thousand pri lllllp.rs.*' (Candidate the enFtiliiff October election in annie news paper pulilMiiMl ttliin the :\.\ to b>! f.'iiuJ' a flare! lit-iulliy In rny Southern Inland town.
f.n honest sod uncommitted judiciary, or1 Private that tho Aus- for I'.ol','III1n to the Office of Judge of Pro- Judicial Circuit uf tlie. State ofFlul'lda. once week people frj"* the lI'I'1t"II-. fiMia -hnm thuprepatatihi Persons living at n distance, and not convenient
hall we allow the dispatches: say bite of Jeflcrvm CmmtFlorhl.. for four mantis llI'I..J, h'uii l tipin ivirntifia for them lo coma to townmay mnk their,
Yulee-trickery usurp tri.ins hnd thousand Done Chamber this SUh June
five at i9f.(
thirty men placed ,
i xpcnmrnUi "h:s) ha' Ml .li d t.I S'lvAacoOil
Snprqmo Bench by filling its seats with hors (( roitibat f that they JosL siteenhlags trWe: are authorised to announce J. U. :4. DAYH J. WAYLE3 BAKER, J.dl, J _Mrk nf |1.> 'at .'.pirauen' in '..hiu ORDERS BY MAIL .
Judges selected by the head and front of and five connon. : a Candidate nt the ennulnn (Ootobcr election, June 28th ((10.tm.) Jio l sst 1 I. uf "'i n.-. othfrwlwi, sisal they will be I proiuptly attrndeVl
political corruption. seventy for tha olHc "f Judge of rrolm\e Jotferson county -... to, and filled with th. aqmo correctneM, on If they
The Jiouest of the whole No circumstantial: account of the bat-, Fliirldn. In the Middle Circuit of Florida, in and AND AQUErThu .were pufchi\i In person. .
Democracy tie had reached 11ar1A\ but private dispatch -. I for the County of Jefferson.Wm fEyER Those needing nnytklni; In the Drug line, are requested
State i ia fast awakening to tho issue and taking os intimated that: the French army had suffered jT'Wa nuthortted! to announce JOEL WA- P Marvin' Jainc flu trying ncil ptrrklbf dlmiv..hli5 Ex luK'wUMi to call and exnraine cur Mock,of which thC

potation 'against the hydra-headed so senercly as to be "unable to.re.. Kblt arandidute, at the NI.oinOel"hc, ) Icetloll.fnr 10". Win 3 II Kyle and Inane .ni on tie Iwly ut oi\n, ilMflng. him la (following are a Tew.0f. leading Mtlcln :
till Olhea of Tar Aittttor ami Collector of Jefferson a"ore ihiuln tn a ihi rt ipac nf U" .tir4 rwuU-Hni\
1flon8trOsitywliieh would pollute the KUIICtttary : Anld, Elder mid TitHleesof
same till olfclI\\'c. Vague1 rumors place/ Ilorldn. Mm phyricaU and tuvnlnDy' u-wlt-M. es n be di ftnt,.S Quinine, Morplin! ,
County
the !, ..
Church
'of justice to advance individual the I'lcncVloss at twelve thousand! iu kill Preilytenit! : } fu c.IIMlcry.Tlie and Oilmen t.-JI.' twrt} 'Ijthotwuf lIC.'TETn Glycerine, Lupulinc,

sehemc. ed and wounded. tr We ore authoilied to announce I3AACTtVf3KXD. heirs Kt Law: nt Alec MNOm>,.! 1t'I&I1 >f.rUrr, .-, of the a> rlUM ICrgotine, Tnunin,
!lr. Yulce and his friends have hitherto .OR eandidiite. fur Tax AWHWT and illMiun can cot U cnntnct *hn exposed Wan .
Adalr di-p. Tlion ,
The battle was fought nt S'\lI J'ilJo. Whlto.ct Strychnine
laughed at all efforts to their Collector of JelTcr ou Cuiiuty at tli* ensuing October nl dcfrndinM.UTOIf onllniU7 doJitloiii, irodurlnft thin,if ate lII.. Pjlicrinc,
-
opposo The Austrir.ns were making j reparationsfor : election troiunl >i XT dlmrtloan. AnJ at It pclilwt ef. tuitaufm Cinchona, Chinoidine,
\n'l. Now, the movement is too generalto another battlf, under Gon. HI' !. MtSfnclory f\Ueniii adduced before me, coroIKn-ts UK palittfi awd npJrrlot; unnsee1a17 Citrate of Iron, Cyonidc of Zinc,

provoke laughter, and, if too voico of Tho Anltri\I1s: acknowledge i that they t:1i'jW: ( \'f oullu.r\1.r.1 to announce WM. II. EI<- the 1..lrs! Alexander 1 Adntr, 11..1',."<..H, any elisnge if Jla* or IntMTfiptfon' to umal per Quinine, Eau Ventris,
tho is tl' in this contest MS M A caiididiitAfnrtheoflii>a of Mixrlfttof JiifTcron hail! Tlioinni AVhiti*, drftiidrfnlii rpoidv. lirfuiid tha ,
people not nmphant oJU.kul |renttri HULI!ship l and heal.hy 011)!:'" n Nitre
were obliged! to retreat after suffering sucuextraorninnry limits of the State of rinridn but within bite Street Sp't3 Forgot,
County, FlorlJi, at the cimuing October election.SAVE juilidktion
this nmoxj l U n -
's-e greatly: uiiaako the si-/us of the times. lt>< "niilalut |" a< ipml'lgr < nttltrnt
bantoniae
ana losses of the Uiiilcd S&ate.It Opium
heavy !\tH .A ,
the p-vllkMlnn of a CltlxilfU.k'. (pewa.
is
The most gratifying tokcu cf success I The Emperor Napoleon! u reported to -- i -- U ordered roil decreed that sell defendants, the Denl.. Camphor} Aloes,

the patriotic stand taken bv llo press. cf Lire Len ooaitaatly in the holtcit j part of El.agL.1 J3.nga: heIrs ..f Alexander Adiilr and TliomanJ, \ do For Porisa la. advanced Blister Ointment, Iodine,
'loridt-all: thj papers: in tIC State hr.unjjattested "vYOUK flAGS Jr appear and unnwer. |'leftd to, or demur to the nil!! of ymsVho Mercurial Iodide Potsssa
tile battle. Cuinpliiint filed in the ul-ovn enu n, by the fir t art i aT-n! | frvs an 4nfiri4rO' -onit:lutU'a mul ,
their honeKt attiohmcnt tofri.ici- Tho Kmperior ftf Aasliia, it M olatcd!, *IIE undi"r.lgn'jdlia' >Iflff made arraiiKetuemcnt.i MUII.I:" In Mobcr next, or tie matters bail thlninn "11:0\ tfdr* thi 1M\*.j* a.kta't: .l.i. ni a ro'ftllv Verntri.i Chloroform! %

pe by Huppo.'tini (Governor' Pry h his will coon return to Vienna important .1. ta farn'sh: .II Pupir :N'tliNort!, U desirous of nUtedlii: uid Kill will lie taken nt fioiifi>wd.. of iVfi.f. th and rkoi. nt 4 set, uilo: U lt.J 1 L'tetato cf Iron, Nitrate of Silver,

opp fiticn t to the ;-.!;c.f..w'.i, aiul \>VJ1" business.( j'"irclin in('{ an!! :ll Ic Wfiitc Cotton (r Linen,, lUpn tu Pru\'I.lellhlo notioe Ic. puldinhcd for the amen hf n Ix ptirodit l. And to miller! vb!' n
I posing, the olloit to corrupt t'le f'IJj'rll11o) rc-infoi' the fountiyj; : for wlilfU!, a liberal iris, will be rmiil., three inonllm, in Homo Jsowcpiiptr ;pulilirilicd In the three Ititttn** lid ireidttiln* ounrfiilfy: xt'cn* I I". Caster: Oil. Citrate Mngnesia,
Coirt I Luge ccmcnta arc coiutmtly Town of Montioi'llo, JeilVrsoii county, next before melissa tiQiiiii'uBvnt! II lindk,n iic !. ttm .1..'ntof
iuduvd tl.osa UuHorratia .
sue, : p.iMTa \- J. D.rM.Ll\ C.xloraol Chlorate of Potash
leaving! France, and an attack on Vti.icowMospcctod t 2>n WU flmt Hominy In OUolier.Pone a Uie, dilldiilr I hrr tuvnrtb mine ;WJ.CtoiuKcn ,
which. live on the bouray of King on the 28th of.J nile. Sli.ntiocllo! July 8. JS.EVERY. pnd! urJcreil{ nt Clinnilurii thU the' lath day sid hI .Is w-v a o".1 5i5!c. i'ali 1 ..." ... Rhubarb, Acetic Acid,

David, an the {\ N'othii.gpro.M: uhkli I Ono bundled and 'IIC\\IIL\ : 1 five thousand of "1111. 1839. J. w.\YLE-I 11AKKR: BllUni If B/V to toni| vt lucjwriirjr.'Otth ALSOA '
ins been xub. ONJTIL001 Miiitkcllo.Jene> 21. Judge and Tli'itr lo ihi> 'J'II.m. LiitiN ilmuM ly sit saws -
isui and \\'akcrizi.b ; Austrian, reserve u'dtps are on their way Ii11,11 rvirnly fur ttl!l i-seas pf 1I.lI'r. und' (,frt so large and well: iolected crtmenl of

Lst the fl(lId cf Deno''ta y" <.f hon- to Jt'ily, and\ they arc aHLtho!!; flower of 1iat: atoof.DaviT11. Hint., tlccC?"ed.Appllcntlou ilultiCt. a.iX Jour pk\4jUAn .1".. It !I.. Ij at-qttalrl American, V'rench and EngLish
AnMrian army, liwajfvi'torin troops. <. .llh the f HUM or,. ,' fl.isswui. t..5,1..r.ot 1..1'. 5-
c.tand 1: sta' d to their Diniisnlon. o crt .
liJr-.U'Klii'g, : post ( HERE.{ for final .
Immine : J
1'ixo Fren/u (;en.'I'a! were uouadod at l f to In all M M of II. -
Cs: r.ni 1 .1 gUiiia-i.t! >'ictoryrl\ be :11'1\\1..1': the battloiit S.tI.''I I'o. : SIX :1IO.NTHH 1II.'t date we shah present ourccuunU C.1r:!(t.-\\'e"cRUts" tJ-\il4e, :iEtiilst L His Stock of Paint nllt, and Dye Stuff.I U varied

p. Jlox pjudi, r<& IiTa"ifci 1en4. and vllllc\"re'a. AdniinUtrntoraof the any : Ul6 pasty iiuiUlluni of ivi:I- and large; WlndowOlow.of all uze j ralntBruth
t '.. *!..'<:. The latest intt r iiul: passed tho Mini! io IlnmQlc! Il'11. Jceea>etl. to the Honarabla Jude, cf rrolmt.5 of STCUACU Uirrcn, III'! oct that tech bi.til A large its'l elegnnt awortment of Perfumery; .

; Hon. D'pT Wltni.We ---;-. It vas: reported I thai the Auitliun t I Empiror 11'. LYNE mid county apd apply! for our dIscharge '(.i-otis. the 1ia. the wi>rJa,7lf.J.l.i') : >(Hhr' S'umiuUBittira" I' Fancy Toilet articles In (treat abundance; together
woulit ? IMVC interview adminIstration! uf said PS!.tie. bluwp 9B.Uit ai.la. oi1'I'1'" bottle, and a-ith the, moat iclect stock of Pitney,Fondly and IIo
bhcilly nn I'
It Jtico the arrival: oft ." 'jentlctuar.! : HTIRINO! R. HART.TIIEOPHIUTa itatnpcd on Ui,. rr't'llIijc; cup tll""rl" < tb. tclbcip ever. brought to this Wnl'kct.
with the Prii'ce ofj'ruiui.i.The .
4 in our oitjViv are iade'! .'?J to -thy IIi)- regfit: AM8tOTY iS1\: !! HAUT. cork and obnrva tblt n" ssipgrsk'gni. -ALSO,-7-
i )preschmg tern' of the U. f S !)!:sMi-t t.'ourtJbr Atisntic Telorah: : i Company' haieit's Ahniiilatrutorsny tmw in on Ihela'A"1 : ..: __ i BIeA: r>IE3 '
CHOICE
hU Tbit. he b";t fg :twro'&tfd: with ..oi..eof i led prup'wi's! for Imh. cLil.tiollll| to their 01' T.\I.J.\lI.U.nr.. )! Slit, 1959. Om S ar rrrpwed' 1Jid.j5d s'i-ucTr1r1F.zt C WINES,',POBTER."AtK- 0, SI

the get tbmjn: ,)totr B\r i.i suits: of iw- I nuw }olon. I ; in i town, and will rbniiin only ", lEIkC1:.' 'MiITO; i'httIhuiFhPst Aa4siIl'y:. ph I! I I' coiunL. \WATER i '

poit.'in: iu thfit: CV'iii't. .i li., lloil.u'd's! I ---d--- 'A LL-persons !limel.ted ta .Vililiira Build.. Jr. lat,, Vrgiitsfgreri.r ; ,h .lIl.leflt : "! S CIGARS,. : T .V Si
name ha* been t norably: mc-itio: ud,\ l>\' 1V.. rOit;;: DA'i3 LATt2. TWO WEEKS Cull soou, all y* x\. of Jelferxiii, county, decemaJ are' curnc.t'y'reiuo Jhrvallot\ I'nlteil) SOtt. linidaj: 44311imcrltn SMOKIS.O *AN1):ClfEWWO- TODAC Q. "
.
Hal fif our convota( ; ...!I'''s ot'tl'o! press, 1'.1. to mike |ynirnt to I'IV') father \VilMnntliiiU !! :nl CtrniDTt '. '- 'C.A. '.t.'ott.
thor J'.ist: in i nnnctti j! with il.at of our AP.KIVAL Or THE STLAMSHIPi'nw who love your friend, and -ToattrrEn-
\1' Cliiei Jnitiuc, the Hon. TiionmKliiltzoll I It I E1'Z'N.l' them with >id elate, and those lmvi| g fillY domandii or cinipuari'iihirI : r.W tH<.:.;\.: I. \ .. '
prcHer.t n picture.A.rit81 the Mime. will, rlciw. aiDjaUuii without With an Mnrtmenfnf th&; principle PATENT
: ax.b.tit.ibk': to he )j'i liced, before the I, ? Y O\'K. J lily 13 '!1( Htaamship.l I }U1,}. to jiiy mil agents July! .uthloltlonlAo".oeord.! '' S 4kvltul4 4fni ; MEDICINES of Iho.eQ ulrJ'. 1' .nIt .-

t t }icoplu of the t Uti. for the lioijor.ibli, : POM- : Ktm: uhieh l I.1!a Liverpool the ?\.} July, _|___: ._, _113__?_. ___15-tf_ I If IIII" to lAW, within! tW""YMn from date, or this a-For Mle in I1oalic' I1o.y DR.rs. PALMKlUndDlL .. .
'\'e'' has anii ed but her has bci' '. l'* a ill bo plead l in Ilarof their rocnvery. :! fbCOTTi mid luJ\Vkfciul, tolt'
(\ new
t inn of Jiid'e o! t'u1 tLlI'I'l'I.1U I\rt. mostly n It our Intention Jway.lo'krf'p onr;

infer. Ilolland Irom thory i i-i spoken cxa'tcd:of'! by\ tenns those in who w liicltJlr. areapa'ulocf I ontTfipittt'd It wall believed by the in Cllna anne.quartern of Paris f EVER V E R ? BOO D 0 0 l LOOK 0 0 KITI-R EI! l .-loi.tkcUo----, May-M.1HUJU&T.K.-, 31st----,--18fil"---? BUIlD-, -,111-I'11'/ rVtrix.- f- .- -' I by PALMEK, 211. I WJtLIAMS"ill, ; SMsrth "tJ.j jyJohflsonLMcCanfliCothbert Freli arid'.1frd .'J

.tl'it the French 10lit : i.it0: and will consequently, lit mitfanvl tint our ,err
r <: e tiimtirghw iibilitiw, that a Silierino WAR veryboavy r l of John T. Clark-.decM. tome will b'Ilt'Ii"oi1! witbUiclr purclimw., '
JlEUlb'RtilEIt hot ju.t |
nlll.h..II\rr.luJ'
tuitter s"k-etioii! fur unf cif tho .As-iuei.tn : ; and ab'i'it I1R follow : leu. Neill'N olhrr Eli.X o Y mu( K. Nut .,.h 11,,,(i.'k ani (in- Application for Find Diemies&ou.QIX : 1.| ; .t.

Justices, thin: IlilllJc1f, .")nt.l. nut easily 1 bo corps loci Il/'l weC'1 U and 7,000 ; Gen. MeMalion's lire some time carried In your h..I. hut riii l shnon, WONTIHa) '' riNtB hereof, I chili prcicntmy Pnrtlou'.nr: rttenti t <)Ulven-(; to.iIu. j

made from amon thpniniH'rouiKentlumen, about U.50J, and, Lieu.: CU'1rohl1rt'li 1urt----nch, ii' your chiinn, )'.ilinuld 1 i.e built nf L) flnllle'cnun'sllll.1! Toiirhera, ns AdinuiistrHtorin !, DEALERS IN-: COMPOUNDING: OF PRE8GR1PTIN6 .

:: now caodiditt" for that offip'j. t r.nr.hlo! nhout I l.ooob.i.It'flII'ny c.'isualiti to lie would furtUir itut. that then l.rlek ore II!A itt the }:.tala or John 'r, (Clirk Into of Jtlfi-rium "
1- Jurist and especially as a Criminal Lawyer : the Irtilltallli! "t.er) c-oijm. ond\ .ouM tick gid. pnriin>nt I in,, front nf tin- hnostoivi county deceavd to Ito, Ilonontblo Judge nl Pro- tP G' r AND j bLSIE r AXO _

ha has few equals( r.rd! no s'i'peiioiiiwithin Tho Fr'.i\h ,e0Tcre[ evidently dissatisfied >u account, where f\1 nrnj.Tin on rainy! duya it li cry diw l rceablat mite the admiiiMnitiou("1',1,1 enmity of, anIaply mid) e.tste.JO.411L'A for. a dlicharga' from Family netlcll1e

;., the Lord ruf' our :State. I \\hli tha meagre details they have reviicd milwril'i'r I"pc j .t that ill V.lip are in want of TAYLO! AJm'r.ApiilU DRY GOODS4ND C3"All JItlnci and-1'ropnratioaa found at tbll

t Tho know oa-i'lor: of his chir.icter: and, < of tho battle: Silfttino. u good trtt<./. of Brick will Head their vaftrtiHsoionci ,: 18&9. Cm. Store are cither prepared by the !'ru\'I'ILt.o or. iin

; 1 1.5s frec4i! fro.u; bi.v* and partiality; pecn- The Paris Putrie says that Louis Napoleon nnd huul them off, for they lIe at pn-tent say ---'--'- ported direct fl'lIlIIlhe moot rehiibie; niHnufirtnrk; {'

1 liarly him f->r the &t.ui;
nom'in" : ; ind we h\ e n-> doubt, but that during\ the Lat tlI.SOUL. : June Nth. 1359. 17 tf. Application for Fiscal l>mltniou. ( m. @ ,, 1m m rr.lm March I Sth, J 1809, 4 tf ,II

his ek'i-Mon! would secure to uitho suriors ." of the French regiments were<>w- __ ______,.__ I SIX MONTHS after.!nt. hereof, I ehnll prenent 0 XTJKELY ,'.;'// JiX'URElY }}'W; 1/ ,

i6, of ai bo! and upright judge.Yu shall ly cut to pieces A Rnr;ain Offered my finula.voiiniBiind voucher ai Kxecntrlx:
What Is it ?
take occasion; bhoitly! to cxpuai I f ur views The Piedrnor.tus suffered so much as to .. . In the estate of Jokluli KIII hton. lute of Jefferson ItJantnUon Supplies

j.'i; at to the claims of other jj" itli>moii to I the I unable them to form; u hue of battle. late Count foraind, doceii d. to th" IIoimraMe for, Judi*< of Pro OF ALL. KI.XP3 That Wonderful arUyliif) Agent

high po.si'ion to whic'i they! a-ipire.-Pentacola A U-kgrap'i! from Vienna: on the 28th GOO ACnnS tANnFon \ the aduilnUtrjtloa. ClIl'nl-lInlepply on mild rttale.8A1UI1 a discharge flora ARE now receivIng! ( by lute arrival from X ew Fluidi! .

Gazette, 2d. of Jim'' hays ":OIne duys most elapsebe I KKJfHITOX. .e'h'lx. a Naw nod Extensive SUielc of narDY' Prophylactic .

--- fore compit-te! i cturas of the! Au' !>tii i iu lossis S.At.aEf April 12t L. 185\. 'm SPRIt AND SUMMER GOODS,
ft _. nil it a ti'iw Eucortry It it tht RcivH uf I artI /
---- - -
DE-ItaI"] GAKJ A'. I'g rifiirr AT VMisE.The .- cftn be p.oc.iri-I." -'- Estate oflury 13. Collins decect.id..ttpIicaI1os the wilds] rre.off're.1.l l l t.<>- )priiupt and paying. oustonicm. ou cit PClltJT A. It u it TnuwjA y' i..l
The Italian: .'.t5 ha4 bfconao mo-t r. *> > t.rma u rnl tine.Iz'5
gun very
of tho Maicheatcr
correspondent I diffiaiit to nianagi', :uid, were deserting "by A large Sew and Commodious! fr I"hlal UIAmf'l"lon. Cit ii Srimfic SAul' r ,
Guardian writes : After! a first discharge Ulna Ch "IUull'"I.! tf uiutorm! lI. provided by
t scores mid fifties.At MO.YTIIS lifter data litraof. I hnll pis*.it (Hctrr Owwrtrti urtl'te.T.) a JEW.'imOS (1'1x
of their muskets, the Italian volunteers st.eaultcd SIX N'atui Iicrih.f! (.I' -uJirlngpure tho air w. Ireath. S
1in.I"l ieouiiliand tomlivr '
the enemy with the b-iyoiitt: mid I Trieste in favor a whole of Victor b.'tttallion Ijnanuel.had pronounced [' J L ]j' l1J ( '0J1J c In U." Imitate of)hry U. J'lUn' ,; aa laUi Adminmtratur of J.tfiron I'KH[.rices CilNT.: "vlllbti wnd.i ham tic \nvenimiirLH lie attimi n In ..L,li nee to tx"d law i, i

with so much imj't'tnositthat the Aivrtri- I Count)', drammed to lie IIonuraM Jddg of I MoutWlln, |la., 3lInh 1C, 18i l. i-tf QUICK, sum: POWERFUL! i
to' back its A vessel tinder. the Ampriciti flig had I'rubate for uM and for ducl.ar
an centre nai obliged: f"ll on County apply a .
cLls "nd kit hllt
battalion ,: been .Jtcct .l in taVmsdpaeiter* oa board.A \' U.N'DLH.SG.V: oiler fur Mil-, hu jhntutIu.nit.uts.i from tin .AJiiiii"l linu on win Eatr. plullie& d'dn'g ;
I left wing nlrcaly engaged by a JL -t AKSfrtas' r It i uiov>a all ULfOUMVOl uI..I'* ;
In JdT.r..1I 1ori'it .
:
I .. County, kY'nIIIU" JUKI a COLLINS, Adn. ,. t tO
of T>ur right wing. Now the fight became Kant of Montlcell.>, on the bUKomi leading March 29. 1859 6m It cures Liu'n* vi 1th iui-Uut certainty j

general.a tremendous Land-to-haud I telegraphic di'pitch from Washingtonstates to.MadUou.conUiuiu! !; l fiiM)&ers ofti IOICE l LAN"I I200ncres It "re"rllU meat from fpoilin j jU

.- fight, III which every inch of the ground I that i>t President P rmfr will shortly (.,,hKh Uopioluhd. and under good Estate;o f( Alagor Buries de Iler.i ACCtlTor' ) THK >EATH .OK THE it U makes the Lest bard coamvt.c watvr: .oft.
.
.' by both arnjies. 7hfc ri'trru! horn, Jlri. PitRft'a, health being feiwing.tIere. i Koulup I'artiier of the Lute llrnfof ;
wad bravely disputed r bulb -
Application for I'laal imiiaion It Kattt'ri when tot wing;
: excellent
enemy's artillery was of r.ii more ww be- more l'cura.rillg t than heretofore. u Upoa' '1Lei', an Munvha after diet. hereof I shall prvteut*my I WILLIAM.BUDD, JR, & BRO., It soothes boil .hen fi>rmed, and 'Wli thm rtrVly S-

causc'GrariLtlJi.1uuing: none, had ordered - H__ GIN IlOUHfl AND MJREW SIX. tceounli and vouulivn, A. Adininlatrutrixcf i the umlertit'nfd, otTorthe following Idl SIt
his men to fight hand to hand with swords .Adver t Tile Dwelling Hoiuo II M feet by S3, containing .1 the Estate nfilugorKurK-a, late Jefferson County It rclii'vti hnrttum; .
J leu doe..aard to the Iloaxrohla cures tatter and teal J hem]; S
Judge of I'rotate I II'
the of the ,
and 11't'onetll.t report mu- - -- Six comfortable and j is @@
-- room, jut I' (jr*>i'l County, and apply for a diichtirga from the Itl L's gooil for caibuoclea, ulcers. corn and aorii
t Ittry :and artillery, the country jope! }hastened It cUaum'. tu.teeth and the breath
M. D. CnUlied in good AJiniul,lrulw.u of MM I :Ut*. puriii ;
; McCANTS
A. ( style.
i to the scene of action with pitchfoiks I KEBECCA SURLES Adm'x. At REDUCED Prices : It d.flroyj nil vegehibtuitul anunal jx.U.m; )

half-pikes and cleavers. 4 lt was a HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ThtllouM uiiiaated Immftdhtrly upon the Road Jun H, 1559. 6m, It U this b_. j rc};.nilUu Her used ftp .ff
I IL. )llantatioo Iin South onl Soutli-U'tit cf wounds S
t dreadful scene of sJau; hK-r," said an eye- tv f. "'d t}1.11.rn 1. tilO A. ( the LADIES
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U uw. JXI'jOL\'IT. E4'rt ''NOTICE: It relieves In a -v mirutei the Lite witn s to me, ",'h th: lasted three Iiours. July 16. 18511. I'9-ll Few pliee unite mire aJtunJleilth ":" ttinytof Uu tlo.TU 5'
_;L Nothnen: give an idv of the iuipttuosi. I -,--------. STATE OF YIJ RID.l') : Ilonj-iiub Sw &Lia-d Jlibjle aft a..
ami of soil
Fertility Jdier""n Connty. I @V !li.1
.. mrtSp '
ty at these Itillan: who could at lat ie- Notice. VkDtYARJf3, Flhetit.lId AdinInWr' tf tlt urlt ; .
thus t1i. being WELL W la TEItEH. aol l..et.l. B h1jltsI.I corporsuolll. luanufactnf-'
Vongo so many wrongs, JO many crneltiet.It 4 LL ppnnnt bavlug JvTiuud ugalntt* U>. ci>tat. eia ronimund; .. to the Estate of Hohcrt Z(. M.thersIAtii of Je(. I / furcnUed chip.w.aser. < r
I an biitlu l .r..UllIIiI, "itl> A eraplautemi.. phydcUu, by CliI gultch ar :
"Y Alnioa't maduvM. Two blotters: 2\- of WtllU .\. WOJ4. l5ts ot JrLr..iQ. Cuuuty GOOIi 1.ASUK;, CAlTLKanJ 11004! f", >n eouuly decease, I ai filed la the PrubaUUlhc 8 TIt4.W .GOODS,
traiuWo, one captain Jlnd another lii>te-- Aftustil. will tAt notica 'i-Jt llif} biut j.re.vt t1fC..II and examine, bud leyorr cvt Jud;. .. a vritUn 'ujr.*ttint. that lie l.tlievei tbab OESTS 130 YB'SumnieL' I'M uSrtt ymtoai.of.Tfpiwidand; trlet Per : -
AND
ant, were seen to leap into a hedge of bayoneu tliem to tha uadiM'ined, Mu hen. to b, lowjveiit.Tlurefore. emitlg.U'J by.tuoOMior ibis Huid; It baa beta "
io the *time ?ritJby lsv. .r UiU outkM .U1 be noti4' l i.:hen to nil persons I"\In: '
prv chuck the of
and tilt do Croats lit if they had to 'ltll in thii, and at BARGAIN '' Clothing 1uI".u to spread TypholJ r r Uiu.illet
II 1'1. In bar of their r N\7.: tad nil r..roO" >.. Rf AWjala r'.she.niele.. In &.t.e uc.. cluiin. agninrt s.d: Estate to'appear cud tile -the and upon (>lacitttaiui,:, .. "I
.' been pupets. A Couut Jlootanan, from det.teJ tt eaiol elI&t4, will m'.iCe iWUlfdl..w paYllit..t. with Mr. AIk iidor Knighton spun, the my pl ac.. who mroc, with tb* Judge of Probate of seW coucly, on'or BENTS' SUMMER S033, : Leading rtiyuiknaar unn,. h in t1uzrZe.toi. <. 'I
Verona whose brother bad been banned WIW.U J. \'IlJOIJ. I (.f..re the I Sun day of December net. "hen ,
.iU give all r.av'ftary Jr.fDrnmtio-j; Apply aoou. V riou other Articler thatS Iuubia. tioiinnh A\i\ .VMtItlatto; MicA. C'vuiatuj -
I tlitr >ill ba a. of the fund And< *
16tb 1359. 2.St proratdittrlbuiioa ,
,
in J853 by Kadctsky's order, was ructiirgup July R. a ;1IiCkLLYOIID. ,ntgointry, feejjua; Jloblla and hew Oreana. -
an& down the bloody field sinking I Jjnt Hth, it3. n'l tf. I bcluugin jf to sold Estate amongst'the cre.Utora Iiir.if. Changs with the Season.: ,
ID1iee; ( .Kt v hicb time the paW U. W 3wktd, yut'p-- i S t
and with his 1 svord.Special I .'(. by tfrigl.b and ecnntry rneth.ute! gumr
left .
right powerful i ply for bia Seal dle-hnrge from t-! .J.\I1JIfat S trFesse.n. doelgo's.tf n-ireUatlag any cf the s- ly.! from whom pr4r. aollritcd
d. I iia1t! fir..1 ;l ef"Ill EMote, ten llllOIItid G. 'a-lU tad It Lilt art pctfuny ,
months sflr t>. present my Ill to JnUmil Try at l& t OB* botchgiJe.. 60 1:1I111. "folio
JSTotice.CocsioBMc I SIX tad Voucher;, to tilt Uajbr; t U Jadie J-A' I II '' L.IILC1. I 0 pn Ulta a aU bifcr purel!*"inj ":.11 here, IrtcUoa*. :nuf_ptar a only In th* Lubraiory o
.
oi ProbnU tat Jegennn CoiVy .ir..nUtntt3r; bf Ju 1;. q( .l'rQb&. J. T. BUDD.SarrMcg
tb. NtsU of Cooncll7->atac I.t# (4 ui4 ..eatydeu..aJ. \ Hail Road N otico. Jun Hth. lti'. 17 Sn,. DARBY; PHICE
I Pirtttr 41 the Lit* firm of vtuiuro,Jlj
nJitl.t.W4ts4fthtpecjle. whtertr AD 1 i4 ti fc s dlmfMili! .from the further ,
tt*fclitaaaei f4 ml tCKojpe phllttf b r*mywy miii-.trtos of .&id .mtt4. I j I 'T'm: .uolou" C"natIlUl c.l gooh bJ .1'.1I :YsuLYLT ESTATE .-YOTZC1. ::1 "f. BCPD. JE. i BKO.ManUselle FM .!a JOIItlcen'U

to the C011 *\"y. Show Ike.5 sl j thf;;,!.til I Ii L.YJ.Tr.100n- -. 43nr.3yath.1s53 !I J. .oeic i PenwcoI.Kt Cccra r.iUroibk i STAT or Ftociri. ) iT r 16. 18S3. l-.m ?' tLMII.trur ..
Ud1lJHcroren ;epofgJ, t&11eo10 iic fc.l1c,1Vits rule: It!,I La. aw ffiai..l. .
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p sit bkJuu! u gl VIl it tl.tir: s-. w.i pAarca.k.Ta Kale 6, of Tallahassee l &; P. acd #t4e to' WillUrn Ellis, late JoCcnoa Conlltr.d.r'I 9. .A.orts of nd, .'tt Psrsosiaita1 ;;seereweieJ' c..,

=aMs !bYC t-iJy! rti.d tie Mtv5t of a I Georgia Rail Road Co. oeued j. hii ud! inh.* Probate O et, a wrUw.I4gsiJ.a. i .,000 III..oW I.a l.u.f ttt?-'l4JIl \. siyA.ad, .e.ia h eUjwUSoaTTIW'l it.\lu.. lilt :.rst.bLe tervpb7
pyeti.:. .ralsti. nrtu cf 1.ltetE; T' "u,.1 .a't1.ag 0.1.1. Jco..a lie tIhCYI the 1.1.1. cf Wiflsm.:1ia Nii4iw d41tJ.ratll; "it s 'I lsisty. L .it
IS .ay 14 1oC. t :1.i !jats4t3 Iil Q.I L ecLB'OB trticUJci4r: ur 4 sad for k4a Frtlghu tfj pa y%>!. la cub II.Mj l rtfry.f gosdt t t. I LiaIvt. .j, ts' : -
ten. A fcy 4I led norxf win t* thaafeu < i. all ti f 14e? WELLING UUSsiLuIoath.sagoC.it3i. : a< S S
chw: tar.'iUr a.w!.1a.cry bi ; uti rrtc. f' 1)1g flnr, ThIS'"f. tQtlc gtve ta persons haUe S
: JoIn.-O'. : cc .t C'C'rUII&T. 1 tb, ?G1OWtCT1Ods l aaif t\t\ Liist"l\! eAu .
t.o &r.L 1i :ui "l-1: a. p.,, 'ap. \ : clahgisgsi.sssiild iat :w (ppcur it :Ue, Gin Hitau ajacr j
c.f rtso; :. rt1l. ld yt, ievt .t Qk.- I I -oCteU.1. JaYJ9. Ufo' tIi Tciaagis! 1a-.....1.- 11.a dyaii H& Tiii> Ui*J uJ j*ol ProbsU o/fold Ccuaty.oa .w ; all of the IM* kWla\ a V'Ol'4 whmnerm p4r"'nabiLI.t to th.tI t.r.:1"
,. or Ufor ti.-lltU day Of M-rctl'CQt, -whentber. lx .o JtiiiiUobwftliuut ",. _, t.tcd lI th.acjeinsti sri
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tTefij! :YO tl'a3. '"'" se .. fiy** -'Y'1,i 't w 3LnU.4fe pc.f < dayi.' I y 4Cf4q up Sr ll .
sad fa ta vtr jiu fj tr lUi tr_tc E12L; t'Tl" .J l -M JJ d.,. w'J: t. r--lali Gk..t.l.i4or c.l thai fupdwb lIla1tgb ion to sxptod uu4ivy ty ftuu i h-uui er..t ttase ";U ??. V- .:.- 1lJ -. t H ,. t 14..w EItMd lOOC4$ the eredit.Ql'! th.ef. o I To say OB* dtJrou o| purwLuug 4 oo4 PUtU- .4UsOt. I n4 I!.'" P L"I" '10"
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c--a it O .1 II r.on .. .4 wr.fr.inMi I!1' t Jq' .f'r Yl tlm tlw w4! CiwrJw 1>T!\'. wq actjytti Urn,w lti'.n frvrmUtatliPuiifci, 4 Cecr. warS WIsbO.th.7C :tth- Ifv. '
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Professional Cards LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. FISK'S METALIO BURIAL CASES, 1859.odey's !.'
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mi ctIlaneou I 1 1. Sub8rlbr who do not give Mcpre notice toIht 'O_ __
considered at wishing to continue =- ILL G LniU' Book )

r. A.. .(C to.. )L'CANtM.V. to. .. .. .. 0.3.. .W. .CSOXER. .. .:. .. .,.M.. .n.. TALLAHASSEE & PENSACOLA & 6EO heir 2. .ullrlptoo. order i the Jneontmuanca of -_ '.- -. o OM TJ M ODM1T. '
--- Knil llonds. .ubrlbr
; DR". McCATS: & AOOOtER: their publisher continue to '..
; newspapers
may
1 A Predicament. tend them until all arrearages are sizes constantly on hAnl''. and r..I' sale 1y Great literary and Pictorial Year ) .'
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. CHANGE: OF SCHEDULE. 3. If subscriber refuse or '101. take their 1 THOMAS S1MM't. ,

,, A handsome looking woman white pa'v: OFFICES-At th. Re.'1denec of DrMcCant, In Mon- newspapers from the office to which they are directed Monlicello, Flo., March 22, 1889.' 'y TWENTY-NINTH YCAU.VOLfMia .
tleelloand. At the City Hotel, Tnlliihn\ ) ", Flu. ri : ordered held until have TiE
ing down West Water street with a basket lH: Department having daily mill they Ire responsible tbey Fli-TT-EtOHT AND FtFrfafKE toil
April;' 9th, 1859.) I '/ 1 Service between Tallahassee and Wnlkers% Mi, settled the bills and ordered them discontinued. TAKE THE CHEAPEST *
Ii ofeggein her hand, and when a few i the twin will run on and after the first of Jannary, 4. If subscribers remove to other places \lboutInrormlng "hon..1.'t: Is tile IGost. THIS YEAR WILt CWSTAI*.

yarda from the Menomenee barn, was knock. n. w. TATi.on:, M. i). T,1.lj.VL..l.Vh.Sf' ?.. 18 30, as follows! the publ.he and the newspapers 120 pages of ne g matter 24- pages of Musk,
... . ;
to to to the held least
containing at 80 figure
cd down the sidewalk. Her cries On the Pen. & Geo. llailroad : Int theyare r"po.lbl" Plate.
on brought DBS. T'AYLOR & PALMER 8. The Courts have decided that Tha [ Engravings, '7JO Wo Engravings 72U'' Ar
a gallant widower to the rescue, who s.: w, Tloiitlrcllo Fla. Leave Tallahawo, .ilnlly, at..4 P. Ii!. newspapers from the office, or removing and leaving Daily Evening Dispatch, lUlter' the best outhors Amerc. And all

t to his horror that Arrive Walkers' Mi by .. .. 5.80 1'.M. them uncalled for, jirimafacu evidence of intentional these will be given In 1861. At prices for which set
a billy-goat cuJently KTContinne to Practice in c&Fartncrlip; ; ., 3 ;
BY
Leave Wnlk'r..li dally at..8 A. M. ) fraud. ; rCDLISHCD E\EUY EVENING, our extremely)' low cub yut
had n horn too much, doing his best to put March 18th, 1859. 'T .\ri\ TIIIIn.ee, by. .. .. .t.80A.1I. 6. The United Stales Court have also repeatedly The Oldest the Best and the Cheapest
ATKINSON
decided, that a neglects to S. A. ,
on end to the poor woman's misery. The Cimnwtim? at Walkers' Mi with Pod Coaches postmaster perform ,
'L- Dr. Robert Scott via Mnntlcrllo to Albany every evening of the week his duty of giving reasonable notice, D requiredby Magazine in Ameiita.Uncful .
.
widower tried to scare the goat away, !mt cxrrpling Sunday, and twice a week connecting the.( Pot Office) department of the neglect of At ,00 per Annlm.
'
be wouldn't bo scared. He tried to )help OFFERS HIS with C''ehe) running to Madison, Alligator, Bald- persons to tnk from the or.C.newspapers us addressed The Cheapest Paper in the South I Ornamental & ImlrncUvct .' "
fPJ1 W D M :L. IIfl\7arn:} [ : w in and Jnck.onvllit'., to them, renders postmasters liable to the We have now Krcrn1 new departments.*. Our Music .
the when butt! the head of It contains the Latest General News
lady came ;
,I up, and publisher for the subscription price. of which Three plnr, given every
Monticcllo t
t tho goat against )himself and two butts together To the J. I'W'citizens 8m tiliilty.March On the Tallahassee Railroad : It contains Reliable Commer.il News; year. Gardening for 'lc:Our Health D.-
; Leave Ta'.lahaswc (except Sunday) Gorernmcnt of lie United S la lei. It contains nil the News, ; pal tment. How to make cheap fur&.turea! ith II- ,.;

came, for the goat gave: him anoth. C. G. FIFE at..i..i..i..1 ... .. .10 I A. M 1. I'reIjent-Jamct' Buchanan j It contain the Congressional News ; lu'trations. The Housewife, or, how to economize '':

er, and down he fell crosswise the lady: to Arm'c at St. )lnrk by. .. .. ..11,25 A MLeave \le.I'ealdellC.BrecklnrIJge; In short, it; i is of News from all nnllonlluc I (a house, The art of ornamental Hair- ,
uji
), )how
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR: AT LAW St. SlateLewil Cassj; mate The Hair- to promote -
the serious of dozen fresh : daily (except Sunday) 8eer"Inr engm\lng
damage a
cgg MOXTICELLO FLOKIDA. at.. .. ... .. ... .. .. .K.1S P. M. of Trea.ur-luwll Cobb ; Quarters dcr the Mails and the ,pr sre ; and tie tcclh101 ?
il; 'IIepI" cried the lady. ; "get off of me Arriveat, Tallahassee at. i. .. .3.30 I'. 31." Secretary of omp.on; Wires, and through 1 large number of to preserve and beautify. Our Literary. Department .

: j .. you villain," said tho injured female. April' 14,1889. ly Connecting with Post Conch toTfew Port on arrival Secretary of of the War-John B. Floyd; SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. Is the Strongest In the Country

"But, my good \\'ol11an-l\oJ butt went WILLIAM S. DILWORTII, of and which returns before the departure ot. Secretary I'o.tmn.tr General Navy-Aaron- V. Brow.11;; The Telegraph and Mail faeihitieofAtugneta, give Something Entirely New.
thin Troln
) and with tho line of Mail Steamers between
It the''
the rough horn of the goat and spoiled an A and Counsellor at Law New Orleans, Key WeIlnd Cuba and Inter. Attorney Ucncral-Jeremiah S Black. j,nfst material News advantage; andan EveuingpaperurnlsiieleWa ala distributing point,for During the year will be given 1 number! of engi-

t : eight dollar pair of pants. Attorney ediatepointa on the arriving at St. 1larks, The Congress ot t trI'!-J Suites! consists of A to G\'rglland the alj"lnlnj btnte, Twelve Ilou1 Tin p of articles that ladles can make up for fancy' .
on their 'ayto Key West on the 18th{and or j rAlr.with descriptions how |g>fnak* tV.-
t, "Help!I" cried tho woman ; "my cgg ." Monticello, Florida, 2nu of caoh, m.nth.lnd arriving at St. Marks un I[I Senate and House of Rcpr0entatle and mu.t assemble 1n cd'anco tf; *"\Ithcr Jedlum The. usual contents of the July's! Book arcf

Ii "Oh, my pants !I" cried the man. WILL practice In the Courts of the Middle Cir'c ielrwR1toeW Orleans on the 1Mb and 20th of at least once every year, the first Mon- I =0 '-.4 Drca irH'j\' Tasle Children's Clothes--hotoVnUndeontrlT.tl.cm. *
of Florida, and In the District month d ay in December, and also at the call of the Prctl- I 'Veek' ?fltcl! I \ :':!H--.liPrk. The Dressn'lce&hal1iLTh11iTi .
r "But never mind tho -pants ; get tip !" tl.i> United States.March Whenever ttieta day. come on Sunday the Train dent by procamAtun Tie : ,

$. cried the nnd he 15, 1869. -ly will run on that day to The eompMd of two members from m I t. "innc I
t lady ; just ns was tryingto connect. e ach State, which are chosen, by the Legislatures oli rVBLISHED EVERY TtTESDAT, Drawing in etli Its nrteI'ia'.L$ .U tu tue .C,,

get up, butt came the goat, and down Smith & Vniiiu EDWARD HOUSTOUX* 'I t he i several States, for the term of six years One Dollar and Fifty cts. per annum. and the proficient.Fauhiltun of the eilelratcoT
Prst I The Vice-President of the United States U the from the ertabli-hmcnt
came tho man again. March 29, 1S59, 6-tf ';, To Club*,of rive, or More, $1. be la number.
resident .
of the In
ATTOHNY3 : Senate, which he has only "Dre".1 every
AT !LAW!
Tho cries of the victims brought quite a IIOWAKD ASSOCIATION.: a casting vote, which Is given In L.ly.. of an equal I t contains Thirty-Six columns of Reading Matter,' !lund Venetian Luce of every vane7boe -

crowd to the where there the :MADISON C. II. FLA. d ivUlon of the voteS of the Senators. In his ali) : a nd in addition to the Commercial and General t
spot, lay woman PHILADELPHIA.A
.
P nce. President pro chosen by the Xe1 a of the day, and the Prices Current IB Angus- hundred pages of reading, will le gleP lon
and there lay the man-"twin miseries March) 22, 1869. ly Benevolent Inntitution t'tabliitheJ ly, imtrial En S(enate.I temp.r" I t II. It contains an atletlv variety pledging( Mil Wy.

i, pregnant with danger"-and there advancing dowment,for I/it Kclirf nf I/it Sick alf d'atrtsieJ, The House of Representatives is composed olmembers ..lnn'; together Original and Select Tales, Godey's splendid! Engravings on at..1 1
: VOLNEY HOWARD, afflicted vith Virulent, and Epidemic U'weate. from the Bverl States, elected by the S Poetry, *e. In a word The Weekly HIs London, Piiri, nail. Philadelphia
and retreating, butting first one and ATTORNEY AND COUHSELLOR AT LAW TIE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the P people for two years. The Representatives arc apwrtloned p latch I Is emphatically. I Southern Planters' and Me-I ly's.Fmir, Five,and six figured fl.bon-o.
then the other, oscillated the confounded ,, destruction of human life caused by. Sexual p among the different States according to ehalll..lolo Newspaper. Embroidery Model 1.
QUINCY FLORroA.ap2i disease, and, the deceptions The : Addrl ATKINSON' ', Angtista, Ceo. 1'.trrn. Cotdtt.
3 practiced upon the I Ioplliation. present ratio according to the We still
The last butt he made of his
goat. one 10 tf ullrurtuuate'Ietm.. of such diseases by Quacks, sev Is one member for every t)380 ) ,- ti Iful designs.DruNiniaklng. { hI.t
L horns caught in the basket, and he left the 'ear ago their Consulting Surgeon, a,I 6 souls in each State, making the whole numberf TiE GREATEST LUXURY OF TiE AOE1 -With Diagrams to eat I>y.
.
% l I CHARITABLE ACT worthy, of their name, to o 233. TIE GREATEST LUXURY tOE! -Infants' and
: scene of action with the basket hanging member 0' TiE nrl patterns Children's dresses,
I
Business Cards. a for the HAVE YOU
open Dinpen ary treatment of this class of compcn'nlion of each member of the Senate- a It 1 de8rptonll.ow to) make them. All kind of
.' 'Over ono eye, and the yolk of three or four : diseases, 1011 th.lr forms, and to give MEDICAL a nd House of Representatives Is f 3000 per session, HAVE YOU TRIED IT C"nch) Netting
t B ADVICE to oil -ho, ly letter with) o r ) for each and (8 for twen NO! WHAT IS The nurse work .
(6iino
:( eggs drizzling down his! magnificent beard. [PL! ,@ U])& [}{I@1inO'TICELLO llpply Con/r. every IT nnsery. Very' excellent articles -
:: a description of tlielr couJlton. (age, occupation, t y miles of usual road. In going to WHAT I IS upon these subjects will often to given
b t The man backed out till beyond the : FLA. nal/iM of lifc, d'o.)and eue.r extreme poverty) a nd returning from the seat of Oov WHY THE AMERICAN SMOKER! '. Inralttablt
to FURNISH MEDICINES: FREE OF The number of of rnlcot. THE AMERICAN: SMOKEIU ( Jlcrriftli terry tulijtel.In .
Vice
reach of the CIIAIIO ;. /
L lady's eyes, when he turned P'lIE STICRIflER KESPECTFLT.LY t' Ek'tor Iii! various numbers for I !
ill
INL It I is 1.'e.lel to add that the Association commands rre.hh'll. under the new apportionment, Will hit TiE AMERICAN ; ) be found the
I
j S V And ran like a quartet'horse, swearing at all L forms his lends and the public generally jj t he hhh..t, skill of the age, and will furnish a t DO,, of whom 151 U necessary for a choice. : AMERICAN IKEJ1 IKlml! newest (design for Wludow eurt..hl. Bro.lerle An .
goats in general and this one in particular I thnt lie contlnuus, to la'.popen the abut House, the, most approved modern Ireltr nl. .Tlie Government of the United States I Is represented WHERE: CAN IT 1IE: g;hil'*. .lrpen.| bonnets, cap,chats, 1\llilll dreM.e" .
" and Is prepared to accommodate permanent and The frecior of tha association, In their by Misisters Plenipotentiary At tho Courts f Wlir.KE: CAN IT UK hAt)? } .'head driwe, hair III. rohcn
"$J while the lady sat down !and with a picco t t Ir.inJcient boarders. Kcport upon treatment of rVxunl ) .Anola, Great Britain, .'rolee. Russia, Austria, Spain, Brail WHAT SEdAR STORE KEEPS: ITTWHO d.Chnmbr brides'. drosse', can luge drcsm, w renthsnaiitlllus

"' shingle and a few pins., cleaned nnd repaired nre s the highest satisfaction with the success hieh nnd Mexico; and by 111.Ier' Resident at the I SELLS ITT WHO SELLS: ITT walking driW, riding habits, morning
. r;. Xji'iToZ'y tLtP31o. lias attended the labors,their Surgeons In the cure Courts of most foreign coultrl, with which this See nihcrtlscinentof "American Trade Company d .,, .
the badly) damaged dress. In connection with the 1I0Iloec.'s:9: 1 of SH| >rmatnrrluea, Serlllni.kne& owrrhml., ountry Is much connected by commercial lutcriiurse. I In another column. &'u,111 your orders soon, as we expect our lit for
' c-7 filect, SyphilK the There also In 1' S. So Dealer In Si'jars Tobacco in clvortowne 1839 will reach \O.IJ copied The lest I>Uu of
or ,
,'4 ., 0 .e;. there is n large and commixl! Onll.r or Self-Abuse] were 1858 197 Consuls and I any ,
L : __out StaMo where horses will be well;; Discuses of the Kldneysand Bladder, Ac.: and order Commercial Agents from the United States residing l nbecon.ldi-red ns keeping pace with iiibscriblng 1 I.to J our mmie-y direct to the uiuhu.
1 Youngtawren. cared or. 1 continuance same plan fur the ensuing i In foreign countries, and SI Ministers and Charges: I, lie t progress of tile age who dl'not order nt once 'l.her.h ,Thiwe whiiHcnd large ntiiKiints had, letter .
and 481 I the Smoker furthe benefit R', but notes will anuwcr clnilNcumu't birociired. '
Iox.r
year. ConstilandCommercialAgentsfrora foreign snTiij.li' Alltlenn I. I
A young lawyer being asked if he practiced : ALSO, HORSE) AND BUGGIES The direct or*,on I review of the pnt t, feel assured countries In the United States. I of his"U""I'N iu: .

>i>; speech-making much, replied : always on hand for the conveyance of travelers\ and that their labors In this sphere of benevolent effort The, pay of Ministers Is fixed at the following I tSTA Sample box-postage jwild-w ill rOI t only Ti-niH! Cath In :11\1
others, to any tHirllon of the country, and to hire have heel of great beneht to the afflicted especial I. salaries: Great Britain, $17,500; France, tI6.IJO( ; a few *. ((
'!4 "I am at it every morning. Immediately by the day. C. BLISS ly to the young, and they have resolved t devote Russia tt2.o; Spain, l2fXlO; Austria, $12,000; (One copy one year $: Tvocoplr. (,Ol year ,t-a

" on leaping out of bed I April B, 18.19. [7-tf) Proprietor. theinneltes) with renewed seal, to this very Impor Prussia t\.o; Brazil, $12.0 Mexico, $12,000!; WHO SELLS THE: AMERICAN SMOKER? Thrtecopies'milyear, % $6.ntccopicnoiiu .
, my convert my taut and 11.h despised cause. China, tt2O; all other .. 10000. WHY UVEUY DUUGOKl'ANDSEOAU DUALKit. .year and. itn extra lopy tu thocr
;'" chamber into tho court. I stick that old I Call and See : admirable, Report on Spermatorrhra;or Sen : Ii <(>n se-ndlng a .!tlL..klnl.h copies. (io.

;4 portrait of father's before tho Inal Weakness, the VIce of Unanforo Masturbation, JUDICIAL DEI' RTIEXT.Chler I they don't now they "ill lurcaflcr. Dont Klght: eoiiie'S. one UI extra enpy to the
glass, and I TilE UNDERSIGNED HAVE HE'OPEN- or Slr.AbIA.and oilier( diseases of the Sexual organs Justice of the Supreme Court R. B.Tane to engage one. fi l I"r'oll[ iH'iiding the club, 'JIlnl ninvcnptt., i\i.\

On my right I establish a row of bottles.: "MONTICELLO HOUSE ,iatlIu sealed envelope)) FREE OF CHARGE, Nelson, John A.( James 11.Wayne( THE C.\1 I :OF 1':1'l'IE :! Theiil sending the club, umkingtw cite cople-t,; .$2 n.
on receipt of TWO STAMPS 'lm.be ">tetcrmcannot be-detliitcd from
noliuit-
* for postage. Other, Peter V. Daniel, Robert Nathan ) } OF PEACE: :! ,
those arc tho gentlemen ofthejury ; on my and are now prepared to accommodate the traveling Reports and Tracts on the natureand treatment or Cll1'ur.1 THE CALUMET OF PEACE! ter how many are ordi'red.

.;. left is tho cupboard, or witness box while public. They have repaired the house and furnished Sexual dl.cue.diet Ac..are constantly being Government of riorldn. "1.\1' : 1 W m WHERE 1 IT? AI.llle( only i; h".that can be introduced In,.
it with puL : ,,
and
neat comfortable furniture. Their t iil
ta lished I itcclubnU
r.r (gratuitous distribution and will be IT Li THE AMERICAN: 8)l KJlt.te ; any .rlil.* Arthur's I tome maga/iiir.
ou the chairs before me are seated a lot ot LIe will be supplied with the best the market affords, the filleted. Sotne of the new remedies and sllt met It. EXECUTIVE. DEPARTMENT, nd vertisement.tJi'IKT Diicorinorc I'ftlmt I a.rk sun bi Incliidrd in club

any learned friends. Every attention will be given for the comfort ofgUt'tll ode of treatment dll'verc during the last ) ,an Oovernor-Muouiaon S. Pet rJ. I II the place the Ijidy's Book, If l'r."rr .I.
.. New Stables attached to the house. of great value year Secretary}'. U Yllleplgiie.Comptroller : NERVES, QUIET NEKVIX!
Well, I conceive the case opened. It'u tSTOflice of the Alligator\ State( Line kept at this Address.for Report or treatment, DR.J.SKILLIN -T. W. Brtvard. NO EXCl'SE( : .'Ot NERVOUS: IH'MUXDS, ''lelt CllLMlf trfftt J/ltZll.
an action fur House. BLACKBURN .t SIMMONS. Acting Treasurer-Chuarles Anxtln.IkgliUr 00 : A ) : G' .) Arthur's. Ilulne Magazine
IIn.thiog-S3 for breach 10UOU'rN. association II ITm .
a of Monticcllo,Fla.,Feb. 22 1859. ly No Inthi Surjeon.loward. l'a. of Publio _D. S. Walkir. THIS IS ; mR.XIUIt: ). I.. both one year for ?:tfi".
promise-and then begin. If I'm for the Ry order of the Directors. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.: frol, every wife who U11lt I "olllg hits I alhl- Cody's |Iedy'a 11.1 and ll.il-pi'rV niagiuine, t..th ou. .

plaintiff, of I Robert Scott EZRA I). and no good husband, I in year for|1.11.G.
t' course
pile the pathetic Thomas Justice ,11\nlt4 ha\e peace
up ;
I .
; EOFAIRCIIILD.Seo'y.April .IE.\UTWEL Pe'L I-h.r ; the will full to the order.fjySec linly's IAulya l!'I.k. Hurpert' M.iiriuinr, uud ,\r.Ih'ur'.Unle
obey
if for C. n. family)
yi the defendant, I reduce tho tiling to Dul'ont. t Awociutejuaticea I advcrtlatment. Maif.iiiv l one j"i'iir. tl;.

V a mere bagatelle. For the plaintiff, I 4c- WHOLESALE L E S AND RETAIL R I 1. 1831. ly )1 n)1. I'el J'apy r.on.-Attorney r : Th Magazine above It the only way, tic ruin club, ltlu llurprr's -

scribe in tones and strains which bring -DEALEU: IX- The T Temperance Crusader MIDDLE )(G'n..rl C1RCUT. TinAmerican Trade Company l The money nuut always be iH-nt ul one tim fur any
wuieirguunlreul XU\mllr8. 18S7 of of the ,
tears into "lh" capital vliiba.)
.luulge.-J.
the Ttaker.SolUitor .
Wajles
-13.3 of
eyes the row of boots I one, thousand '
-S. Steplicns., Inlhlr'd d.ln. Comuiny| was hub* ,it", L\ mean the fouucd with a t lew of % of Il 1.IIh ,1.1 ;
intelligent gentlemen of the jury REMOVAL up Ilve"lor. Moearticles for chits, mu't remit ",i rxtra un subset
TO
THE ( retry
-how fondly how CITY OF ATLANTA I I 'OUXTOFCER:- nf general utility, wlm are unable .make 'iber, to pay tIl Atuucrligu, haulage to ,
E passionately she loved Jlldle of rrllteT. J. Chaw; Ild"llod"lt arrangements( for Introducing their I in .\.1,|r.. Illllut.
the recent black-hearted Considcrtibly of CnrtIohuu, W".t an eniiitabhj with them .
!
t.! ', defendant. If to1J Enlarged ; arrangement L. ,\. .
'liim, I transfer her affections Mierilf B. W. lwar.ls; 'for their rights by purehami, lOut and out. or by a 22 a Che.tnut-i-trcit, I'... GOIE1'
to his pocket, Oirotil/xtlon: : 1O.OOO Tax Assessor mid Collector-Janios D. Morri; tariff on the Irtlcl '.lIIllIurlellrelall suld. The, ---- lhL1.1.111111.
-41 t; and undertake to show that sho never loved County 'l'reuur..rA I 1. MeCa tin ; 11"ellth'agenlu. of country bll.l..ng called for

I. him at all. And I'm as* like to be right than THECniTSADER bring I State Journal rathe Sllr Curl"r-'IUc> .:Irrel; ; an I.s institution active that of thulIsnd thtt kind., of The things American arc Invented mind Is YJ Tho QjJFor Lnd1.os'
; should
:gl.!g,; in the one case as the other; for how can I published country at Jpr. central ?'unquestionably. locality. I.l. ('ntinuln4nnere-Cuulu: in D.I'I.\ Wllford J. many of which would be very uietul the community J1 : rrJC

.r' tell! whether she.loved him or not? MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, and since At..nte" advantages<, ia thc to other not means to carry them VOLUMES XIII AND XIV.
just received and ill
I IU a CIlSO vi mis kind keep constantly on prlcll..r. any place ac -
e nowcvcr, give me baud. r'KEtill the influence of out
a orDrugs,1wod.1.c1.n..os through number'
supply
the plaintiff. I see a ter.r startling in eve : led friends ami K-ading citizens of the SI.II. to re The C Charleston Mercurf.A the Capital of this ..,.mfn'i be il.'votcj tu U'lEU BY T. S. A 1J AI 5H : of
move our office to that city hence the .ICHI"I..u"t nwNsEI).
4 I hear ; first num u".rullll\nlol"\ l' :
ry eye ; the ladies The .
wghing and sob rFUbJ! V her of the 'series tor be IMIIIM) (ruin Company\ have a l'u"lileu, 1'llenl Iu, In announcing the ,
Political
11:1.1 Commercial linac \olul..r Miiifntine' -
bing all-around me; while the intelligent that plnt early la nlxt, much and Lit t w duty It is to pass upon al ol'le..llol', 00.1 for l8I9ttue-ttdli'Iurri riiniiot lume
TAINTS, OILS tJurgt. rury Xcwupapcr frl their large have ttf tnsl ,
other
t. pt.rlIh improvement !xprlellcMIII niHeant .
gentlemen of the ahat. whili
jury arc blowing their tors have, .ecurlt ; fl nearly et t-ry other linerury
DYE Literary L>i-i>artiucnl will under PUBLISHED DAILY ther In'eltuD' unl: l
STUFFS AND .IlliIU. AND TRI-WEEKLY. be "I perh> > in the e leKt ground during
noses with unexample violence lest the control I of our ">pular) Editor and II.ju.lle.1; sal flue hl character 'U"Ir
it should | Editress )Ir. l p"r. 18ji*. uuier the
: Tin de-p ess t.f th thus,.
be Fancy U L. Ve'oioy and Mary both Mercury gives daily relN.rl| of the Markets tl"1 | that Committee 1 I. a suflleiient guar.allly the Ikiiue Mii .
thought Articles Mr. Bryan, lOr azlnv ,
they could shed E ,
and I.er..lln brjond.
a tear. I be- whom will reside Atlanta. Marina lutelligencu Charleston and of that plaus l.ul'l\cllell..nll"y t.lr.ulali.
hold the Judge IIe .. lllal".okci his A. the rink
working facial: muscles n'yn..I.I.(M.! E.) one of tIn mos ermere Kaprt. I"tclll any .iadtautnge > b for itsoll and ,
WIN ; w only <
ES Ac: r'l'h" u"- on
Weekly Price taken
ROBERT tfCOTT. ( ( being uf and > 'I ,
tip his! mouth into all sorts of I fchapcs, as if Marl 1, 1559.STORE. Cm aeeolll.he.1,priutcrs,' the Suuth, will contiiiu with much care, anti from, the most reliable source i up when desired to do so, tho Company th. "rumotun..p.) will take cut t.f]I.. Ir that it has, elle un'd us ia lh. !!

from the depth of his emotion ho would With the advantages of a city location central. Its connection with the "Associated press 11.lIr".. |>atents for oihcrf, Mvurin for the inventor all I hii pkr ref'in.! magazine fur the Ilume "' the |".
1 the latent Invention that I U come to both and children ana I
say, "I'll tell! you what: it i It, I can't stand HOUSE and hope of to such p"LI.h growing a pajicr Ilp.tllllce as bo Atlanta adequate, wo to news by Steamers Intelligence frm by":,,et.grnlh I and has the an earl V s J l t This! Conimny, | |J"IeI..II"respecfully.). lathe inventors to true ooourre'd ami, welcome since! friend, pr"11. anything tht
this) th .
much submit them Initial went (
longer. the of the tcui|>vranee cauw, aI.t! ae"ompl.he correspondent in l.n.lon. (a g'ntle : nnd It will he furtheringtheiil Uur nuaarlneahll nniubcr
V the same time supply lh want of a Iln ..ullllcd with the Editorial staff of the Ijandon >jectsiirthvConivuny] if its officers and continue under the mm edh-
Lit .
prominent ,
.. ; ork4wup-tin-i.tktr b
.
t Fop Sale. era Journal in the South limes.) and regular Correspondents in N*w agents can be of Br,Ice them. tu "fi"> -, and its ywjvn continue

ADVICE.: -Never bo cast down Many lends of the Cruiade-r predict that its sulscriptloa "York Washington Key Went aoll.valll The Any one of the folio lug modes N acceptable to bLl'gPlf' autppllinlfrs.ni. the rditxn' ivs.' 0th.r .
by triflcK. 'PIIE UNDERSIGNED: this, ( .sh.Itv will aid in the
OFFERS New York wie.
FOR SALE Ui4 will be doubled monthly Fashion I Company t.k .
during the weekly .(
If .Uel
a Fpidor breaks: his! web ten times a day, -L the IDrlolS. StOX HuullC year: If s' then visit en.uelllg letters on life In Washington attrac I.lion. .irt: To manufactureany for. their In I pviUMlWl wtiiih |la designed to meet 1", '
be adjoining j. M. .t W. I'. l..niu. It..1 weekly nearly te u In favor of its adlll""at 1. Irle. heh that aut4lqeuscLhu (, .
thousand lady machinery adapted I attempted
patiently To the
mends it s
)
r"lde.
each fully this It ) eOlltr1 receiving broadly
: tilll\?. Make CSfFur rlalzd.1 u ill re Iter.r 1'0 In'eotol ,. I uJxti! .
term
tIdes the
up apply to from the of articles and IJe rliu
but a gentleman for I .up/I ) | < ,
quire lTort pen w ]paying the same on dohecond / literary .
your mind to do a good thing, and if you J. T. Ilt'DD )Vill that (slight," "" made promptly 1 .-II oW frbunU. pc7h2pJ: the lilgUviit position among the Ocu\I.-- iiverv. b**, a. he.to' -. iinntl.ui. .. .>'.. .r.
Sun earnestly
fail twice, try a third time. Fear not trou h Ing Partner the late firm of Kubscrlption price 12. Our adJrcs., after the t first I men of the South are discriminating'; and compre-' J : Tliey buy any patent which 1* approv. J A MOThERs' y-P.titrjz-r, at
LIes WM. BUDD, JR.. A BKO. of Atlanta. Oa.1 is raid to all matters of "f bv tlivir ('ollllite. HEALTH DEPARTMENT:
hfOlve.t"lton
keep up your spirits, the darkness will Monticello May 16. 1839. 13-3m nelllber11 b should I be .. .._ eeuer-t'I.f. I Third: They "!! )manufacture sell firtl- ,BOYS' AND GIULS*
.ommunl"lloDI .IAl.Ir".lf..r. --- anj
addressed) to --n any TREASURV:
pass away. Irtho t>iin going down, look JNO. If. ISEALS, Ing and g : l 1 i iuterei-U: studIo the current vii whien : ,:;' clotweto giving to the Inventor I MB TOILET AND WORK TABLE. ,

at the stars; it they are obscured hy clouds! 1 Proprietor. fleas of thus day. Great care I U taken that nothing such "rrJni,:1.lort.profit a* may I'* lSD n HorSEKEEPEIW.
JOSEPH
in'iU
M BOJIBDMJIN which agreed
Ihal should Le ,
still look app'l eoluRII. exclud- upon. .X EWTOKUL:
to heaven THE NE T.
up PLUS 1EP.\1TE
rely upon{ the promises ULTRA OF .family e-irele. The txten.iv builIiu Nos. 2i and S4 Frank,

; of God, and Le cheerful. Never yield W:1.l1ingtoll Block liuileling,-(Corner of ewii: .. Xcb.i1.oE.: : The Pulitleal,. creed of the Mcreury contbitsin the fort ci.. New-York, being about 60' feet -front by Reliable Coloreil Fashion Plates and;
of
: to mUfortunc. I ; THE PATENT: prio"/I./ the DW.rullerty.. as laid down in over liWfeetdeen. and stories high
Mint Second and LEVER Fine
what Streets SEWING Steel
i you run after ; Mulberry ,) MANl'FACa'KKD: MAChINE rjllli and Knwlutiunscf. I79 and iJe,olk. owned l.y the President! (.f the .10tl.'., Engraving,
avoid bubbles that will burst M .A.OoN' ByTIlE 0 W1S'UCCRISO I799 Sovorcisuly of the States; Strict Con- and I U occupied in purl by ) ,
and Liulci I
firc-works! a.EO. \ an ,
) Illb.1I.ln"r.re- alulOt e1dl.. of
Construction
of .
that end in I c'nu'X339lrOd'ayNe. the Federal Con titution by the room and ofiici-s of the variety)
smoke ; get that which -DEAI.ER IX ) General Coinjuiny "hero (
il
i ii worth May be Government, the Agent of tr.Stat.; Free bu.iae.and sale are ;codlc- Vork rullcru,
4 keeping; and can be kept. law, Medical, School and Miscellaneous sewing Mjehioes, aud'.all who B Ihl "uue plus ulr" of 'l'rll.III.1 an Economical A.IIIIIII.tnoli..n the Ir"o"eh'J I ill continue to be given.In .

? TJie road that ambition [ a Machine hieh Is of are ,I.hlng tl tll.1 General Government. Its policy U the union cl The American Trades Couii>aii .. a word, the Home
travels: i is too ID@@a J @ capabl doing any kind the Southern States In maiutuluiiig their right ) Magazine shall I* all that its .
narrow 9 Setting for Tailor and What they name implies w'bile in
for friendship HOu..h. w'ith a satis manufacture ; 11.l of embclli-haient and)
% too too crooked lor love, Blank Books, Stationery, Drawing faction heretful UOkIOWnIOU\no time In TERMS-Payable in Advance. TiE AMERICAN SMOKER. baultn| rugged for .
honesty, too dark for sci- MATERIAL,
taco, and too hilly for happiucss.u Cijr.ni Mayalet.1819.\ : orders promiitly attendee! to. are lug Machines occupy(a 1111..r 1 po.lf Lever ion towarda Watch(other and Sew. Trl.\eekly.. ., .. ...... .... .... 101 tiful pattern of C;1..t'r Tulsa variety; also of unique set .and varieties beau to ITw learn admirerof that khe ),t.To..o"u eomuieuco,"i the bo |.lu'sd) :

j -4'Sa-- ly body know Its value) occupk.towarda a Lchineor every Clubs will b furnished as follows: of 1-ij"TUH-! The JuU..rt about these artulc* number a new novel). entitlejMVnit January ,.

you want to any other e.1 rate watch. Five copies of the Daily. .... .... I I. that each one U I,* to r".in a damn I; .
rejoice tho BRICKLAYING Machine f 0 which and See.
the
internal soul AND PLASTERING.WN1iLL Th. makes the Lock Sllteh. look Five .r the 0 'p.ogt.through .lk. of the burning
( .
of a uew-trjiaper reporter, tell him that six .... ... .... ..... .. .. Dot sml\\n HKIMH un both! sides uf the fabric, and,w 1..b can-*I "copies name of no Trl-WWkly out of.Cb..rlltoD..... .will SO' 0. I'igarorT..laei-ohii.Tluis damp to pass on iu way to the Tu l be eontinue through sic or seven numbers of .
pln. not
JosoPh entered mouth sponge only cools the the
women and o. oa our nulcu smoke whu
seven TaY or the of the Magaaine. TbO hate read her Look
1 clhildrcn have payment from it the al
just been I.Ic ;. FIFTY POLLAIIS be made bt 'Iino oil, poisonous Out need not be '
torn asunder limb from limb, in a house : ( ), WJ.A.J at In all r..p.t equal to machine heretofore( cold f..1 subscription the city to a around the T ESPBCTFrLLY a dollar and Marriage < erilweDI. 10"1".will find Iq the use cf
lufornui not thee
J the
next corner ; that blood is citin-n vt JofferJ.V Specimen of ur..ar. less lee.3 obituaric h to. un Tub luxury before attained TER Vs. r
the
: gush. ioU and a.ljoiulngcuuaative, that he ,-llg Patent Lever c..b. or cxe tt by us
ing from all the indo,,-, and door ; that to carry on the above bn.iue... In all U* ljrim continue.he.. Machine, will be forwarded to any part of the coun company tbe ord.-r. acceptable Money may City. reference, forwiurdeul ae- lag Turkish water-jar. Their will site One copy for one j'enr.ti; Two eopies for on* year.
.
a steamboat and would "bo try upon the recoipt of a always b greatly promote the of the $3; Fourevpisar.tneyear, S.
has just 'busts" plea.1 to receive a portion of the ptagM .tll"| at our risk ia registered'letters.l and bealh hlltu.1 uuoker All! f 5
killing all 'N.1 An energetic and the of the above
preserve addii..oal four atthesamrate
on iwtronageuf tlie "lIt is ,'eetoe. .ub'rILu
board I.ul.lie. Ornamental rdibl" wanted are
; that the He work done tow tJ'otmlt, aothoriu to act as our THE brIh 'I. t.
II anti
iu a
Dr. Exegesis a. goud style us tan h e ev.rv thel'niud AmmC.\X lhts. ::per altuo'b" t.el.sub
hasjust accomplidhej
by and Conadas State tlta I. HOK
one to forwarding little '
sell
tU (U
any
cut his iu the above I are of lbs
named .
own throat State. and putting Bot. up club.
; and that Enli wtUCietiou U Ia I'bin. An money; by sending us five Iteily subscriber, wtthouttsks carrots ill g.-Ut .
' an awful and and jnrllte advantageousarrangi-mcut will be with Thil" a new b entitled tu 5IIitionaIeOI7 of the
every rase, d.me ma the $W enclosed-or } article, which a Mag
'uk
impenetrable on
"
l,lh /
tn-weekly
) mystery surround tSTlU ill lee t'rl! right klud of merchant who U villin- to ith $25 enclosed \ .0Nri. never hfor. been the market. But line. Spee-imrnsfuniUlicdP'fll aho WIsh sabscribe
the it -
I
: thing. cicrv burning e.f, lke. luperiutenj the niaUng and exclusive agency hnl py, ; wil they entitled retain to an Eu Co lessee merit of upo\ a person ti> put down I" or wiLe up clul*. t J
or.II'r.rerre. may t
May Ut, IsItt.408WORKS. Gluts: Manufuoturing Cooip ny. cent pro-payment, for their trouble" nty pr or take up a carpet of the largest size in general uce 0 other I'
.V ... t.I1 1-tf and iu I m fifteen Clubbing wi;>
k H 331 Broadway, New York.MAOL lieu of thu extra paper. winutt.without any iujury to the floor Mnguziul. 't'
or
A Patlauder Out of South Carolina, e4r I I very iu flue Home sal GoO '.
Ions
being asked whether no |wnoo whatever i U ehe.phell\r MjgaziX Ledy's Bock. ,
11 did! not he )UA \Un: Mir : authorized. to collect debts already due to the Mer even a seryanUaa tltkaoJ with which yearfab0. le
frequently converse with hufrk-nd cur). take up and put down Mas5 nc )
; Frm and ", the Mails .bout tbe lowe Alul cue
: w ill close la possibility ofa "lptt .r.r. l.oe )vat
Jimmy, in Irish? replied. o a follows; b the Stte. )f.Samuel E. Burg.I.'Our r<-guar asIde to the housekeeper. wl.tke.r.aJ era UI"I 133. .'' '

"No, indade. Jimmy often epaics to I A jJM1.[ ODOULjUl, 5o'cloek Northern; :.i every evening, except. Sunday at UeM Agent and subwriptlona.collections. and procure new bu> 'I. a THE nest AEIUCA"PEN HOLDER A WIPER. rer. .'gaziuc.Iaazine.;one GlJ'. Batik' cud liar-

me in Irish, but I a BlaukCards Wtetern Mail In Charlertgn. Ml!. James bu3djuc a wet Into >xl all ,ho d"orc. Uag.auw\ .
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him iu En- Iole at T o'clock. P. M. i with the D Bo.I. Cueded .hlh fbi pen U thrust '- ln fnge t.. r.th. pr eut
glish." Lnbe1s, X1anks, (Kartera;rooverville Mail Tueadsja and Fridays a 7. P. M ,ho ha oact.1 power our to regularly receipt for& collector due tho ready for use. A very always convenient;. ePa f t ecyntherperioditat.y.Ir lor. t. see I eOf'y- b.fra .ubnIJg for. ,

"Why so r" &c., Alligator Mil Mi.luw'ua] IOe YrdyuU;. 1.M the bubiKriber paper, and and to contract olhen la for Ctue 10eY'low bwaew. Counting Hou.. De.k sad Library T.Ue .Address 1. \lIt& CO, '; ,

'\ "Och! honey, don't you see, bckase I Exeeuua with ont sal dispatch at the office raTNo IctUrs will C. BRADL\.P M 11 rao to wnJ I Iq our due by mail ns, are at the urgent car THE uuhty AMERICAN and benefit tOIOJcFu w *a a,* o' feat : S. hibllell.hi .

don't want Jimmy to know that I under. of the I Friend. tuue | will 1. abve .io By so diag. they will uve us tweaty to Salk..n &ktd
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V j\ stand lriBh" u.jl'CKt reynircd .soat Jclietry oj-J %3 to We'I)thall& ". A .. and (rum 1 to3 o'clxk, l C0117- portion|" cf the au ptohu" couivolest t. the l'Uirl J rUiat vJS**>* fa icirge!. ,:_:n"i. ;1ra.ea. t'. K.QmMOV L. .IIIU.& i 1O.
nattel' fl 'r14a! strictly to the abot I I sea I tiusutu.aLna 'Ur heli: the sndlhuj .
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