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 Material Information
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: August 13, 1859
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002046227
oclc - 10573839
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System ID: UF00079911:00025

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ght'mii j ti taph, a drunkard get, sir 1"Fifteen The disgrace was over'helming. I ing me, senseless, disgusting as I was, from to the : ,
Irjt (tPlT minutes after, I was hunting'up1 tried to kill myself when I heard that An. the clutches of tho police or watchmen 1 1saving jured '
the personage who had interested me somoon. nette's rriends had oast me off forever. A me the shame of opening my eyes in on, l
: LlS nuy SATURDAY., I found him in the garden, hoeing note was put in my !hands one dayjust as I a station-house, and having my name bruited } :
potatoes.We had determined on the means to rid.. myselfof about in the public prints."I by tile
Ter'-"g talked together on agriculture. .His existence. It read thin: v went to the dwelling of Annette. I the !
1t'hea : fine language astonished me. I felt that he' "Dear Ilichard-lam sorry for you'll; was ushered! into a side parlor where she At ,
5,5 ., ..,...u 1"Jtoag ; ...to Hunc..2 00.yedthre.saontbs had an Intimate acquaintance with booker. do not believe all t.heYI8Y. and surely ft lay upon a lounge, her cheeks as colorless lIe led ; : ,
U, ::& .:.", ...a,a 10 with mt'11. with'nature. man is not to be cast oft'for one false step. u the dead, her large eyes shining fitfully I 'I Il ,
.: .."'OIIthA. \ ..\.1 GO We walked along, b. showing me the Come to Aunt Martha's this afternoon. and looking as if they had never been closed I '' I ;
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,- ,, product of the toil." Presently we came to They have forbidden me to receive you at inv leep I etch

.:!A.dve1.tis1nakdvernmmcap an arbor overhung with grapes. and_ .we cat the,house,,bnt I will see yon there. "As I bent over' her, she said softly:- ed like ;
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down together. : r Yours, u ever,' Anne te." "Please don't come so near me, Mr.; Is three
laurt4, *t \ DOLLAR per,quire, fui>..lk. tint, and, FUTTCE2TT3 of asking you what brought yon here at I my throat with joy and grief She did not "I started at that"as if I had 'been shot, You
for eaok subsequent insertion.' no youthful age?'' .His.eye a' droppedhe know that this was far from my first. 'false I "Mr. Islington." **".t, gether
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raised them again as he alllwllredI step." "I repeated my own name,looking at her I say, ;
rtltennnU banded in without Instruction "* I "Hum!" Dear angel she had faith in me, and with wondering glance. for me
to UM l<*gth of time they are to nu;igUl I be con- That brief word I IIn my mind it is associated wanted to comfort|lmo., Besides, she was '"Oh, if I could believe it was not'you, went ; .
Inw04 Will ordered out, and charged for atthe.e_:f; : with all the horrors of hell young; impulsive( ,loving. At three in the but Bomo other,' aha said,sighing in a weary c.
""f-J.el. Presently he continued afternoon I went. to the place she had designated. way', and shutting her eye tightly, though I
CONTRACTSWH t"I have disgraced an honorable name, U:. was a poor, plain bouse, for not so M to prevent the tears that' would and
lie aaade with AdvcrtlMit upon the following sii1,1: am bringing my family to shame, hoi' Aunt Martha was far from rich, and IiI ooze through. "
ttrtw t and yet-:;:-1 hare not the nerve to be a bot- sat in the little parlor, Annette camo in "What can yon mean?" I asked ; .
'*1 Mnare t year,..*111.00 I column 1 year $ 40.00 tennanf""VI and made it all alight. and my look of extreme incredulity must ant .
t M 1 .. MOO Ii 1 ," 6500 I was indignant at this confession. lie "Her low 'dear Uichard 1 I' was the sweetest liave astonished her" ;
i II 1" .. 80,00 | 1" 100.00 'saw it and continued muaio I ever heard. Then as I caugLt "O, Richard;Richard you don't know do!i' .
[ Yearly adverttncn will have the privilege of "Do not blame me,'sir; you have not her to my bosom, she pressed back my what you said last night," she cried convulsively 'Sir
change quarterly only.! If change U desired more had my trial. I have' fallen 'from a high hair with her loving fingers, and said with passionately. 0, Richard the very hurl it .
.fragment' extra charge will\ be mad. place. Eighteen months ago,'.I'was a lieutenant smile that seemed angelic, 'They can't I recollection crazes me. : Don't, don't come about,
t9Balo Carda, occupying .' tpac of not in the navy air" x" '_' .' -.._ make me believe you wicked dear Hiuhard near mo ; indeed I can't bear it. There my ;
mow than tit Kite,vlll be lnaerted one year fur "II it possible! !" I was startled. shockcd. while looked on that faoo!I' collodion-oh I terrible, terrible I" and
f TEN DOLLAR% fCximimiulcaUont 'fUervoice inspired me; her perfect I "For God's sake Annette what did I am a :
of a pertonal character inserted "Yes sir possible ; a reality air" His faith for the time elevated my manhood:'I bay ? What did I do? Tell me, that I JI ; '
ia this paprr, will. \ be charged! a> advertisements. lip quivered a little as he added-"I have: silently vowed that such a thing should I may ask your pardon ou my knees, and will ,:
tyrreniicnt advertiwmenU. to I be paid for In a brother in the pulpit, sir ; a fine preacher, never happen again-that I would not.die, then I will leave you forever." The
'C,I vs see a man loved and respected. How do you I but make myself worthy of her. i ...., "0, Richard Richard" ,she moaned.
-- 5 -.-. -- suppose; ho feels! ? have a rich brother in ,"You do not believe all they say. Lol ine,i i Then she caught my hand 'with ImpulsiQtendemeN his
New York. They have both tried their then pot I asked ", ,- '' drew me towards her, laid her J
( lriginnl i btttl!! best, to save ma. "Nor Dick 'the beautiful eyes were head on my arm, as she said, in a tone that .
."I was ruined in my youth. There is a raL lovingv! to mine, ""No, Dick andI haunts mo vet- and :
.... .----- -- large oil store ou the corner of M.\ and L. would'nt Believe, though they had mado 'I will tell you a little and then you' At 'J
\VrlH for the Family Friend streets. Yon have doubtless seen it. Bo- yon appear guiltier than you are. You' must go. It will be best for both 'of us, tered.
A Prayer for the Inebriate fore his I death'my father carried on that know Dick" she added,,as if to apologizefor Richard-for; both.It may break my 'My ,
From above,!grout l>'r.lllnd Sn'lor, business. I'went there regulnrly: '' after i it to soften the apparent ,reproof; "it is i heart; but it would be broken some time
Look njMin tit" Im-hrliilt' ; was closed for the arrival of the distinguished very, very wicked, to do it at ulL" you know-Richard, I'cannot say in words sick
favor him In ref.Tmnllrm vo)sgers, was the day stealing 15ut I did not injure' tho Vadents! I,I what you said to'me., Now, it would kill ,
Sow tefbre< it U too lute, thorn my home often fi'om bud, for the purpose said White JI distinctly lial Burt, me to hear them. Oh! I never thought this '
Snatch him from the cup of ruin- to carouse with three joung' follows and Joe.' strike at them. It is all would happen after all I h.iVc: said-all I as 11'
Sure him from dr'int.iH! grare; of my own age. We told.storics, we drank done through jealousy" have felt for yon. Richard; you revealed lie
EVr:: tbe ,aide prom his ruin, wino together till midnight, then'witb a I know it 11 told them. so as home" said so'm.-horrible things to ine. Ohl! were the
bhow thy poaernud love to **rc. false key I had: made, I would} Meal\ into my Auuette, triumphantly. "Said I Dick is Hid uo wicked in that foreign cou try ?- '
Save his wife from draohtlmtTurn ) house and sloop oft.my carotisn: : I" began ,, smart and the foremost of his. Jclna, 'and you love'and deceive that poor Spanish !
a hi.hurt to..r.l. lintnpon. lII\Jr.; that sir, when I was but tenyeais of age.= they hate him for it. 'They will injure his girl ?-O, ::help> you, poor Richard 1- .
Fill Ai hU it will ulioulj with lure loreanj been ltfur virtu, Do you wonder Iwasn drunkard f Of gout name if they.con, but never in my estimation. God help you If yon did. '
these boys alone am living. Ono of these ." 'I sat stupefied-pale with horror. She : '
Sure from want lilt hapless| chUJrcn boys shot himself, another nan drowned "Cod bless you, 'my love," ,was .a11I* looked once in my lace,'lWd' .ahudJercd as_ L and ? ;
Let tbeui tJiaatnl be', drunk and the third was hung for murder could say.: There were tears in my 'eyes, she said ,brokenlyI -. cart,
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_it Modified to tlicc. only two month ago. The fourth you sec I\Dl1promilell! in my heart I Ot llihe was so / could forgive all but that.. t 'I I -i
M not much better off," he added, with a beautiful so good that afternoon I I can I felt like a coaaemncdcrimInal.. 'For awhile supply I
Mar the Temperance hiniKV wnh.It, sickly smile. goo tho dear eyes that I have made chod: I set! there straggling for a ToiC8;/'l1l1d- else M
Prom Now Inebriation(o forth with saving Lute uuj Truth; "My habits, began to be known at last to many bitter tears! looking up at me now' then I told her that however wioked I had \

LicdlngfurUi the rUiug jouth.Iluar my parents. It came near killing t.hem.- with that same: Soft, loving pleading, yet been, I had never deceived women i
Before I was eighteen I had born brought, trusting glance.: I cnn Bee the dear red I : 011, I am so glad I' sho, said, sinking Ciusnr ,
Answer a*, Lord thi.,of our truth humble aDJ nifrcv: ,- home drunk nearly a score of times Sir: lips with my name upon them. from my arm to tIle pillow.of the lounge. )
baret ub 1 ...vellu pity (juiJu'\prayer them; I fought with my habit, but it masteredme. We parted. I to go to my disgraced 'But, Richard, how can I forget last night? when( } ::
Uf aoJ Iledven, uh. may they.linr The fiend had me by the throat. homu to meetcold.avertodlooks; she to Le Don't get down to me in that way. I know tion. ; .
"Strange to nay once w hen I was in liquor shekel aud petted and loved by all who now-" t know then you were not yourself;'' sticks (
I performed during fent. I caught a knew her. My f father with incredible exertion and for that reason,, because you I will not bullet f, :
itftnrg rn4ilig. runaway horse, and by sheer strength succeeded ocured me a situation in tho ner- conquer that fatal habit, we must part.- tire, ) "
I in arresting his mad course. Would 1 \\cii.\ It was the worst thing that could Oou't say another word;' my dear; ,weak weD ; ;
-- that some power could l have held me so. I have been done for me, though iw there and yielding as I seem,''I can be firm. Remember in our "
was much applauded for my heroism. Hut was soon to be fighting promotion-if I that your own band has thrown'the of _
THE PAUPER IIEUTENAHT.I I I better than all the praUo' I heard the* from .I havetrlod
were Ih'ed-was possible, nay almost ccitahi. cup your lips. be- first ;. j
did not like to see )him there. lie !sweet smiles!! upon the white face of the di I II I But temptation was on that vessel! ou deck ievo'-her voice grew broken and sobbing as an 'nTfJi"t! I
too 'ounJl\nd handsome a man. His was. had saved! from a horrible death. Sho and in her:! cabin I took !care: of Annette -'I havo tried co hard to believe t.ba'--Qu :
developoments were phrenological wan driving alone in tho city as had been and went to sea. Onco on the ocean, I forgot w-ero everything good and worthy.; You pressed j
c good. Iluhadii freak {,olJll.JuionLlul| decidedly! her wont for months. I claimed tho privilege prudence, love, Annitte, all things don't know how I have idolized you, look. in '( ,
,.>"*. light curley hair ; but lack of deem-i of driving her home, as blip was most pure and good, iu my devotion to the clip lug on you as the savior of my life. Thatis Let ) j I
ion dlftrnetizl..1 nU I'Ollntcnan"I-wnnt of ;( thoroughly frightened. You smile, sir ; but There was: wine fit the table. A dashing w hat I have said so often when they reasoned I tons! .
III mnesn' wai: apji'ifi'ia: in hi.- manlier lIe I the exertion, her graceful thanks, my own young officer who "took" to me had uupli- with mo-'ather. he saved the life i stead < I,
wn+ reading a \: impulses! gratiludi, had sobered me. I ed himself with thampaiguo mid 1 rariollli.! of your child. How can help loving him ? i '
"Tliat in not ucwapnper.r ouo ot'"lIur ':" said i i .rang into the ,'elllcIc.and iu u .short time I was at ways, to a certain extent, o yes, they all know it, everybody knew gee [
p.niiors
Ito the gentleman in'charge. | I w e stopped at her father's door. She io\'it- drunk. Our destination wan Mexico/ how I loved j'ou. I never took ;nuns to mouth ; ,
k "I am :wrrj-to say: that ho u, :sir," ho rUe ed me in. I thought I would at least describe There for the exhibition drunken valor conceal it ; but now-now-I must. the \
; tho accident, and mike some apoli I was appointed second lil'utullllnt.-IJttore 'I walked: that floor in anguish of bodyar.d and .
t''cd.So >oun,:; so promuing In at>i>earanc-e gy for my unexpected' oripcaranoe. I I hud btu third. Ah, sir, I J lived a gay lift spirit. Then went to her and said- The 1
1'T .11y cannot undcistaud: ii,"'wan my "I told the story of the narrow cscajie I dare not tell, nor even think of my excesses ''Annette you love that canting George Liu :
to an old II'hose brow and hair were. -they were horrible. Once again} I derrick better than you do me. Don't 8- come. .
+c *..'."snail ono acquainted with I whitened with' the frost of eighty intel'li.It was promoted, and came homo with honors Hcmble-I know it all-know what he thinks Ira
u. 0\ any tlio "Lut: hat was the need grandf: :ithcr. Childish i in ot'a first lieutenancy thick upcn; me. of the hypocrite!I' this is
r rit3: wait 1'1'1,11 ; us raI I bill joy hi tottered! towards and. 'iOU lashed
walk Hy.aaJ-l.y cone this me, Then I was lionized Annette's frien.lsforgot InYSc.'lfilJto{ a fury that was ig -
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: aumonet "'rintoitinierwtfioii with you; : throwing his trembling anna about my my eakncds. The glitter of epaulets not to be calmed by her gentle repetitionof sure \t .
the wilLe Vvk: about it. I don't knowrha' I neck he kissed me on my chuck. tilled their tiaion. They could not seethe my; name-her pleading looks. ,
v t,he is cot "t the : really." I. "Many times have I kit that J..ilill. air I I drunkard, in a uniform. I went to An '1: Ca, it must be so. .It you loved me, : '
to make'Id he m&II.?" was unworthy of no pure an ovation from nette's Lome as I listed. you would overlook what happened when I ,! '\ 1
"But bow i e J ears; he looks even voun- such a holy man I tilt myself unworthy I One night I called upon her I had was not myself. Little timings like that claims ; j
: "Twenty-wft W X'H ''O8t all ambition, ot'that dear ungvl's; gratitude, as the sweet been drinking freely, and was Insensible of would not cause you to dismiss me.' : t
awd I (oar ')1'ill end his lire:ill; the ,,"ol'l.house. Annette came iu a few mom'ntlaftcr. tilt I my situation, or I would have shot myself! 'Littlo things!' she repeated with a re- I 1 .
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U pUT trembling, still pale, and with raiKy blue before I bad, ventured in her presence. :She proachful look. 'Richard, if you knew what The
;,", lips thanked u>,o and i looked said last how insulted Fl
from and eyes gentle ag'un never more beautiful What I saidor you night, you me, fore
lie wanderoo along one thou again.. In that house that Cay, I Wall ( did, that night I never knew d distinctly. you would never look me In the face a ain.' ; I i
other. The establishment ';';11II j perfect ; 4 I' cd like a I>rinre. Thru Were cousins eWot'l I remember her wild look aft'right-her 'Farewell, then, forever: ,' I almost howl Blacks ; 1 ,-.
most of the panpej:: were 0U and infirm ; .I aunts there visiting for tho summer, I hands, pushing me frantically from )lier- eel and seized my bat to go. I knew not Block ; ; tl
many of Uiem'Iookf J shamefaced on bciug among them I was lion. springing away and my chafing; her-her where! tender I
noticed. Poor old men! I suppose they "I Has good looking follow then fir, cries of affright-finally her locking herself 'Ri had no children to care for them. and just on the eve of entering college. in her room, which I made fruitless attemptto 'If death Cad been the penalty, I could gland
In one of the offices was the model of'a "Y oung.*I was,if ever man fell in love enter then my leading the house with not have resisted that plaintive appeal early. f
ship. It was a splendid thing From el did there and then. Poor child! she loved all the doors open and then comes a Mank. 'She held forth her arms,pulled me down II. (a ;
.,to masthead: there was no fault in her.- me-and I clouded her life. The next morning dawned upon me in again beside her, and sobbed npon my nock
The guns were beautifully carved. Officers "Well, sir, you wait for my story, I see. the chamber of a friend. As I looked up as if her heart would burst. Again and again the !
<<< stood on her quarter-deck, sailors in After this, my calls. upon Annette were with aching brain, a noble face bent over she essayed to speak, and again fresh: azure,
o her rigging.. Every coil of rope, every frequent. I lost my relish for vulgar diaai- me-=-tbe face of one who had been fellow leant and choking sobs followed. I was almost race, it
shroud was exquisite in finish and proportion pation, and preferred her society to that collegian, and who was studying then for dying'ith shame, and the hot tears i so that ; :
The boats were secured t.helaill all of my lormtr congenial mates. If.! drank the ministry."I pressed to my burning eyeballs, but I bit. I It is
act. Truly, she was a regal object. Behind -and I did-it was secretly, and I always asked feebly where I was." my lips and kept them back. My\ whole ted : :;
this vessel was a painting representing slept it oft My friends and those of Annette "Horace and I found you prostrate in frame was shaken, but not alone ,with an- blue
the distant port. prophesied a match-you we my lather the street, a few rod from here. You were gush There was a scene held up before world ; '
:My natural question was,"Who did that""The was I had good expectation, utterly helpless.: We lifted you against my soul- black disgraceful scene.
poor fellow! U dead," was the reply intended to study for the law and was your most imprecating struggles; you cursed Only to say, dear Dick,' she grasped Bacon
"lIe was a genius and a scholar. The noblest deemed a desirable catch. ui with every breath, but we finally forth at last, 'that if I live, I shall never, poleon ;
looking man, air, that you ever laid "I believe I worshipped Annette. She brought you here, and here you have slept never marry anybody Ue;and U any time ding &
eyes on. \ou have seen that fine stone was 8C&I'oeIr.more than a child but such a till now. It want a quarter to eleven. I I know that you have thoroughly reformed,' the
mansion on Sedgwick street? Well'> air, glorious, gifted creature. She was fit[ closed the blinds that you might sleep it oft" I obi 1 then, if you will take me, and love me greatly
he built that house ten years ago, and paid teen I twenty; five years between us. W e "I did not ask what he meant by it. I still, I will b.;yours ; your through all time moat"
thirty thousand dollars for it, and yet, five were engaged iu twelve months from that was.ashamed ; too much ashamed.to look through all eternity,' .. Pat
years after he was in the poor-house." time, while going through; college. at l m." 'I kissed her many times, and desperate, .
"What did it, sir ?" "For a year, I had successfully resistedmy "I hinted at the effects of a southern fever maddened, hating myself; and cursing man A*
"Runt.! old disease; I do now Remember I but from nder my nearly closed lids kind, I left her, for what' lilt manner little
That waa i.he brief reply. Expressive, did not let the cursed draught alone, as I I saw something like a sneer on his face. atarUedme hb voice was hoarse and fierce. white,
.TI; as it not should. I only kept the appetite in un. "lie sat down by my bedside, and he 'To come to la a beggar: and a J pauper, era : ;
"Y; car, rl1m. The last time he went wholaome subjection. I applied the knife, plead with me for an hour.,For God's sake rumble age! of twenty'nine. ., through love of np, r
nut\ (hiS eyes ;a vet? t\uch h'tm a)the but not to the right place and there came he besought me to break from this ruinous the !
deft or of the use' 'ion handed d J.. disgrace and downfall.: habit. lie held up the very flame of hell Another inomeut,and I was alone. A "..hre k
br,u vin", '" 'bllllItifltt&.. ''';nk any moreyom One night the students bad a ( (llic. I till shuddered. Then he spoke of'An fearful page in the book of min.'s: J LUtory head f :
hill case_ 10 o. you. a.. was the foremost reveller. They temptedme nette, and I knew by the tremor of his lipa had been unfolded to roe. I 'juddered: as ed him tT
B..b. looked your eyes" "ad to with devlwh pertinacity to drink to eJ:-, the huskiness of his voice, that ,he, loved I left the arbor. He who talked with me Jeter T 1

; the doer or with at the. doLi.r. then: tlb- cess., I did so,__ grew quarrelsome, and my darling I had suspected it before, but was no where to lie seen. ed +
i u he air. 1 a m---- expressive gran: "d a row. In the melee two of lie now I was certain, and it roused the wildest ; !
"Uoni1 ':11'When farewell the elea :" were injured, and I made to much feelings of Jealousy Madly I boasted of Three yean after that. I wu traveling in .
time waytn't: in Lu month' 1& mere discovered in our revels her.Wttonq uerable attachment, fool that t 1wan a stags coach whq an accident happenedof amidst ;
In the they .sere digging his gr.u'e. .It wu; |I students. .+riven were proved up. "With a coarse, unskilful hand I bar., a txtm.wba, terkxu nature.. The oo/ch- I aw'
tdo''etl! corn6.rcit1e th'\J ehurch-yarJ. Nf.bodl I I, noibe tbtt we w Tnembered that ed his own heart to. his view, till he fcbrunk nun was dragged from his seat *>1'tract, .
pine co1f'w hIe body, It WI in a The Wows that wet.. ''', ul'cIJe1 from me in agony. Then I arose, forget. J pled> upon by the horses*., *%15
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of it-'Popr old 11 I 0111y aicl, as we, beard j I ou me IaLely; I ever .. ting all :gratitude for his great favor in bear. in shockiBg! eonditirJe was
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tw ;i he ta atflhIjt tielld, ihc; Jwuiljr tiend.r. S 1Uj8attr induces tis lo make this apology, for ,our !I source,to run Baltzell aud holland from& the j MK. EDITOR: :-WilI3'oU permit me, thro1

wall tt'prcma tea. In-on* investigation Me *p rary"o our renders wHo have seen track. And we !unhesitatingly pronouncthis i your valuable: paper, to clear up u report
of the claims &c. of the 'I late movement Yulee-trick'y) which which has been walled to tho "four winds'for --
t Horrible Aocideit !!, ,i gen the article\ alluded% to In the Dispatch.He a

5l i About three o'clock on yesterday afternoon ,,1omenHo\ are aspirants for *eats upon will dd better, ni doubt after! he becomes it is hoped to draw off nil candidates} but the purpose! injuring me in my 'election

,the engine F. If. Klmort exploded its the, Snprcivw Bench of our State, %e (liav< better "acquainted with the ropes." those proposed and supported by, the f But "truth is mighty nud will lirerftil. -

q boiler on the South Carolina Uailrond, at the had but one object in view; and that object We hope so, at least. Clique. Now, that the matter has been ." It is all follow : :'

.tS 76 mil pO(4( ( 14 miles this ride of B ranch v'illo, i is embraced in the above quotationthe The Editor starts'out by Stating that vv"* once drawn from the bonds of the w ire- -
instantly killing fire {persons who were on of the is tho first To the Voters of Jefferson:
r the good people great have "not retracted the libelous charge," pullers, we insist on the people maintainingtheir

i fngiuo.The nattes! of the killed+ law. It has been far from our,wish.to, cir made by ts, against Judge Forward. It is perogative of voting for whom they WHEREAS,a difficulty between Rufus S.
persons e King, .
tbe engiaer, and two C germans, 'firemen, culate deception rumors among,the..masses all a mistake, Mr. Bernard, we have never please, unbiased by the preference of.a, Herring the and t J 1M.
one of those names was" DOD gan, the or in the least weaken the merits ot made n charge ot any* descriptor against Yulce-caucus. the yea said Herring, oii had circulated'reportwhich _

'I name ef the other we conlJ not learn ; and any ot the gentlemen who are acpirants. If said gentleman-much less a "li elliom one. Let a Convention be hoMen, at this\ late j to the repntation ofthe; said,Davi.prejudicial ,
I > Mr, J.. M. and Mr.Mitchell The
two 'last named Chilly a to the i' R. FIL1>is; Kdltof.Moiiticello the judicial ermine "RI placed upon unworthy You certainty must liMe been dreaming, day, and we,venture the prediction that and iu which he had Charged that (Davis _
belonged regular '
ehouUers-r-it gentlcunen were: elected there would not be ten delegates (outside had been seen by him: '(HerriAgJ to take
nrtlclo
( freight train,and the iJwwrfl"was running sirj; when j 35tX TV\ rote! that < ] or, perhaps -
: to that high and honorable positionagainstwhom immediate vicinity of the Convention) money from his draw\: while assisting }him _
on their schedule te take *pa dirt; train atAikcn. : your services have been engaged, as!
\\ They went back to converse with ; -*. ... even the shadow of suspicion was attorney, in some suit forlibd, pending in in attendance, other than Federal! Office and about that his said store DavTsfeeu'ug,in the'year[ aggrieved 1851 as clerk-thereby ; -

the'with men an, the IZmore and. were riding SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 13, 1859./) attached, ns to th4ir private, public, or political the Circuit Court for Alachua county, and bolders,- ependant 'in, ,a great measure' was.about to l Inrtitpte .Suit against the _
them distance bchiad
1/ freight tram a, when short the boiler of 'the the 2,7tnore --.-- career, it would bring;the State into through'mistake, mixed us up in the scrape. \upon); Mr. Yulee for their hold ,on Uncle'Sam's '" Slid(t lItrrng.! .We thd undersigned, were _

; exploded! lolling them all. FOR CHIli,' JUSTICE: bad repute, and attach a sigma upon We object to having anything to do with money bag. Who will say: that,' In the pan1oint as mutual -

Sir 4 Their bodies were horribly mutilated, IIOH.' THOMAS BALTZCLL. the freemen who had the power to avertit. the matter. It is true we published a re- such an !assemblage, the voice ,of the' Pea-, friends, to hear" ;the difficulty" between _

; and Chitty was blown 100 yards. One was .. Il is true the people may err through port that was circulating in this region of pie ,would be heard, f There! you:would, have them explained. ) "I, i
1 foto that that
Now this certify on occasion -
dashed: agarast a tree, and fragment* of FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES : ignorance but where then will rest tliex sufficient the ______
; that would tend to degree of.venality eclipse .
country, we thought \ Mr. DaYisfsl gedhis"! : innocence,
( their and '
limbs '
bodies
found adhering '
were HO* D. P. HOLLAND.:
i to trees" and lying about in every. di- fault? Most assuredly,with the Press. ,It the injury Judge] Forward: : ,ifnot explained infamous maneuvering at the last Demo and stated that he,'(Davis) JUlirfeltaken

rection. Their remains were gathered up) nOf.! JOSEPH McCAXTS.83F is free and untrammelled, and consequently -and asked information hi regfcrd to cratic State Convention There you would any money from llring'l drlwer,:

S 1 and sent on to Charleston, where all or Mr. Davis notice that ho will it is its duty to make knownboth! : good it. In reference to_ this, we refer1 you to find Brof Dyke,'In;nil the1 paraphernalia of fo the purpose ,,change.In 'set.. _
'1b I nearly all of them hare: 1 mifle."I gives and evil, so that the masses,'may be enlightened article IiI another of td y's. Corresponding} Secretary" (with'!.''bill''letter, tling with Herrnig'a.% customers, ; and that S
"have a talk" with citizens the CourtHouse an portion paper be '
at said to
our Herring perfectly
We learn that Mr. King had been in the the professed -
; and act wisely in rendering judgment. which. if will carefully, we I to Mr, Beard! lor a coyj;) "to"< :notify the all
| did
employ of the road for many years. As on the 25th inst. ; he also publishes yon peruse satisfied,nnd in ou presence retract,
b Acting (rom these motives alone, were we think will be found satisfactory. nominees of their choice ; provided that I had said said Davis;. -
altogether he
I no one -ulel\ to t<'llthe sad story of this a certificate ftom sundry gentlemen deny. ,
,
A truly horrible affair, our account' of it to lug a rumor that is iu circulation againsthim. influenced, a few weeks ago, in making public Again, the Editor charges that we (F.R. choice !should! be made against his views of JJ gR :WILLIAM P.Kb.t S

day is derived from the report of it brought a rwno'r that Vas circulating in this portion Fildcs,) are not the lonaflde editor of the "wisdom." .. .. I / Jons S.HAET,,
S by the train last night., ,If other particulars of tho State referance to Judge For. S S : J. BRADLEY.Miccosnkie ; SS
.S-. .. friend, and further, that he understands [L Wri ten for the Family Fren& Sth59.
are Augusta obtained Ifiipatiti, we will, St/i give them to-morrow. j5? Mr. James A. Liuton, is desirous ot ward. Wo were! informed by a gentleman, that the editorial matter is furnished by a Review of Mr. Ynlee'i Letter to the Deer, -' [A true, Fin.copy, AI of the original.]

0 .=- obtaining the services of a man who is not whose veracity is beyond question, that "Lawyer." Well, truly, that is certainly Hammock Barbaoua Committee.,
_
: TIlE IwYXSAS'DISTURBANCE. too proud to work. See advertisement._ gentlemen who were present< at the trial complimentary;; do not know bow to ; There arc other reports,p\ circulation,

TheKansas correspondent of the Boston of the negro referred to, bad distinctly stated express to you our thanks, Mr. Dispatch.You .- NI.. / but I can 8a1tl a clear conscience, that
S '
Traveller writing from Wyandolt, Ju Mr. C. :J.GartvcoJ, offers a "valuable tract that Judge ''Forward 'did make the intimate that our editorial career has ,To enable the people TT to. construct, a the they are ta the above. <*- 0 ,

't 1110, says that some time past a Commission !- of land for sale, situated near the town of charge to the'jury, ns attributed. to him.. been so iriliant, that it was not possible for ory of Mr. Yulee'a. past and present, position If these reports had been true, il bonld,

: whom,authorised by the Legislature, one of Monliccllo.[ Person wishing to buy woulddo Therefore, we considered it a duty incumbent one who is not lawyer to write so well, antI his future political; plans, independent instead being a candidate;: have been iu
the
was appointed House
t4I by of Representatives well to examine this tract. Soc advertisement of other have his celebrated unknown. J. 11. .DAVIS.
upon us!, as a public journalist, to "under matters, they parts ,
one by the Council and and therefore, conclude'( S
.
one you letter to the ot'the "Territory ... _.
'
Ir "by the Governor, consisting of Hon. ".Henry ,.! .' interrogate the party implicated, and ascertain stand: ,") that although,we, ("Fildcs,") arc ," in which he promised people so much for THE ZOUAVE' NOT GONE. TQj'TiiE"1'WAns.It S

; I J. Adams, Samuel C. A. Kingmnn, endEd S" upon what foundation so serious a tho reputed editor, "a limb,of .the law"t the schoo1'fund, (|400 per annum, per child, will be seen from the: tol o ;
wad
S"L r Hoagiand, have been investigating { ;"DouotfailtorcadNo.l II of"Al- charge was based. That portion of the 'ini'iaken
,
We admit that head 1li8 foretfulnesa of the whole ,
alt lawyers
k It- the claims for damages incurred the does ihowritinff. per ),- from the N J Y. Post, that :
daring achua's" "Review ot Yulee's Deer Hammock Editorial of the East which I his
S- corps espousesthe I but with due subject w soon AS object was accomplished '
-disturbances of 1855-6. ,The following is are very smart men, ( Zouave," instead of resoit'ng to the tent d
a suramaiy of the result which i is"to bo Letter," in to-day's i suo.I cause of Judge Forward, aided by sundry deference 1 for the Lawyer Editor of the Dli- ,-hi.s speeches daring, his canvass for
has
4! reported I ......!. -5- Congress,against B. A. Putnam,now Judge feld1; reported, taken safer and _
J i' to theConstitutional, Convention : The Weather, correspondents" who appeared to havean patch,) there arc very few,who make good of the Eastern Ch'cuit-tho developments more omfortabb'quarters with! .'ft"New
C "The total amount of the claims filed before itch for to -
scribbling, replied! our
1 the Boards Has been very disagreeable indeed, duringthe e.1ii.; r5. ,/ presented by tho Governor's ,Message,- York landlord :
_ I amount to'the sum' of $1-J week. We have queries-giving, in substance, tho ,whole, will his explanation before the.General Assem
250,000,60. The amount, awarded is past had rain every ,$L).Vo hope cotemporary) pardon us I 'Tne ZOPAVE-Captain De Rver it is
:
.tSS I about $300,000.:; The remainder of the lay, and on Thursday and Friday it was very matter n positive denial. One ot tho cpv:, for relating a short anecdote. S bly-the morals and uses- of? false;,certificates lad! ,not having been called home

1 claims were Cither fraudulent, or presented heavy. We understand that cotton is respondents!alluded I, in making the' denial/ '5 Several\ years ago, wo 'tad occasion: to ,-and more recently his letter to the under i General( ass's construction, of the
citizens however couched his article in'such language Committee invitation.to the Deer Hammock naturalization laws has wise it
L by the of Missouri.\ The total adopted Snot
injured consideibly by the 'rains, in this htop for a few days i in the,city,Wasliing-. barbncue. 5
.
5' 5 nninbcr c:1Sesis between 400 and( COO that it tended to the belief that ci- prudent courses, takes board at
; ant
S of these the free state men have 335 county., ton. Congress was in session at the time, The celebrated school fund letter,as well present at a mansion Houston street.-
I slavery 00. The value of crops destroyed; pro-, .. i> ther the charge was true ; or else, he. siin- and Henry Clay' wmsone, 'of the leading"pirits as the recent Deer Hammock one, plainly He is said to sport the lily on his seal."

139,052,00. Ho rses stolen, 340, Cattle County Commissioners. ply desired to express his indignation upona in tho United States Senate. In the shows that Mr. Yulee well understands tho The Yew Voik correspondent of the

S 400 heaL Fifty-three houses and saw mills It has been scggcstcd that it would be a 'matter, which he believed was correct, discussion of some question-, to which was I game drowning in inkstands; and seems Philadelphia Ledger writing on Sunday,
_ were burned. The idea and vexed because the editor ofthe to appreciate the belief of some, that bar- :
largest amount awarded good for the people at the ensuing "stupid" attached had says
is to Col. Eldridgo, proprietor of the October election, to re-elect our Friend, had no better sense ,than .tomal.o oonsiderablimportmuic, Clay) bacues have nothing but a secondary office I'i I Capt. DcRcv'icrc, "the gallant Zoinve: ,"
S Free Slate hotel, who receives 140,000. present article : occasion to make ono of 'those vehementand to perform in making up, and directing pub- made his appearance on Stiitea'Inland this
I J The smallest was to a person who claimed Board of County Commissioners. We it public. Ills was composedof powerful speeches,' which invariablyheld Ho opinion. Ho ,therefore, addresses theI morning, in a magnificent barouche, and

S over 12,000, an J was awarded (.0.A'CuunclI'SJizl.D most heartily endorse tho suggestion. They naught but billinsgatc slang nnd barroom his listeners spcll-bonnd, and created I I people in words' ;while the initiated I'i I'| cutting quite a swell. Hwrnlladiel were
make good guardians of the people's interests I blackguardism !'Y plainly pointing within their breasts and utht ablest men of the opposition party," I I in company, but, not :\\Is Blolnt.
respect, friendship,, know what to them. .
: WITH A BILIOUS At- and have out that the author was nnn&jnaiutcditb: meaning put upon .
I we believe given 1 e
,
complete for tho endowed with such extraordinary Hud constituent of Mr. Yulee taken
( "J'4CK.-Last Sabbath roan a : a TiE CATHOLIC PRU.S AND THEATVOP '
was: quarterly meeting the civilities tnat exist between TiE
satisfaction. The position -of a Commissioner 8flOUh gen. in 1842, and just before had invited PEACE. It i.s interesting to the ctfect
of the :Me. E. Church, aim,as usual on such S talent, even though they were opposed nap I see -
S occasions, the Sacrament was administered :, is one that is not to be sought after t'crncn.! I to his" political sentiments. Upon the him to butler, and bad only waked up now, of the treaty of peace: between France
After the meeting adjourned, the mem- -from the fact'that there is no profit attached The incessant: fire that has been kept up 'I I elusion of his cont and received such an answer as this Deer amid Austria has upon the tono of the Cutl.-
I I l>ers went their several ,ways-some to to,and so farM" the tumor is Concern from the Eastern battery; ever' since we' speech, a long, lank green. I, Hammock letter, what would have been nile press in I.'rance in England nnd Ire S

4: J S dine with friends inic": town, some to their od, wq'IQ, not think 'is desirous made mention of tho charge ,circulated j horn,who looked very much as if ho had i I | his amazement. Ho would see an exam- land. The leading {journal* ofthe
I ;//homes in the country. In about an. hour hold the : anyone:' to against FORWARD we consider mode Ins appearance then, for the first time,, ,' pie of the ludicerons contradictions in which : three countries tate different vie'iV.i on the
position as entirelysupertlnous
the doctors( "were;iu requisition in every direction : on ,'that account. We I among civilized! people, turned to a gentle: men may be involved, who find in pcrson- subje. Thus the Universcregnrds it as a
c, j the whole membership was ictzcd announce,their, names, in the proper place.: and unnecessary.:, A simple man standing near him, with the remark:' al interests! the justification "of public con- I| grand triumph of time Church, and most en-
: with a simultaneous, fbiioua"tMta.ok.: !! i and -, ----- i statement that it was not true-that it bad; duct. But does not.fiction claim to be more th'usiastio: in its rejoicings) ,'while the LonI -
Ambrotypists.Hav 'havo'been Say, Mister, that ere would have beena 1 I i. satiric than i fact when Mr. Yulee j Tablet and \\ tel' time
tho tlemaiH} f91zaediid agents was goner-: no foundation in fact-wonld speaks! I don eckly Hew sees il
} 't Ij.1, TUeirrt smell of the snaiptuous"dinners yon paid a visit to Messrs. SACHE abundantly sufficient. It would then have tiptop speech,if old Clay was not Whig I II I Ij with such exaltation, and with such confi- treaty nothing but cause for the most sei,ions i-

r 4 prepared} provoked sudden ,and involuntary a; POTTER'S" Atnbrotypo gallery? If you devolved upon the parties making ;It, to j Wonder who wrote it for him t ReckonI i dcnce, for tho future of an opposition party apprehensions of mi invasion from _
S : S eructation, on the part of all the orthodox have,notf,we would advise you tb do so I some Lawyer done it-eh ?" against tho true democracy founded on Franco. Toe two :JIast mentiont }paiu'r*
S members of the respective families. it produce the testimony to sustain them ; This is somewhat similar to the Aw theory of"progress," AN itb lila usual: are the leading Catholic journals England(
immediately desire obtain opinion
S 4, The venerable Peter Gartwright, Presiding you to a good and if they failed to bring forth and publish which the assurance: and confidence that the people The dublin Catholic Telegraph speaks ofacoalition
S Elder; for whom extra preparations had, likeness of yourself friends. These gentlemen that testimony, then,tho charge would Dispatch entertains of the are easily humbugged, he holds up a formidable : against England, composed nt
S 't 4 ()f course, been made,' retired from the are thoJjcst artists that have ever bo considered null and void. And right ; Editor ofthe Friend. It thinks our editorials I I array of our dirficiences, as a scarecrow FI'nncen8tria and Russia, ns full of time

,S prospect dinner came on, a little ,bent visited onr town, and consequently all who here is where Eastern would do tiptop," if they did not have a ; an elucationalll'steln, once the first, worst fure-bodinjjs.
?: tour cotemporarics is however,the last in his of -- --- ----- S
'to over, with both hands placed.below his patronize them, cannot be otherwise than tendency to operate against his favoritesconsequently I now catalogue- ---
have fallen
IS buttons into a great error. Upon their 1 VITRIOL AND:! POSTS.-Of the many -
vest declaring that he "didn't feel he "midrstamls" I progress. S 'rXCF
with
like eating.*! One brother said to have satisfied the pictures taken. Tho head denying the charge, they have demanded they are i Charles the second, taking the solemn S methods of preserving fence costs from. libciuativej
"
4 S made for his house? half bent, and ,with a of every family should have ambrotypestaken S that""wo (as Editor of the Friend,) should written by n "lawyer. I I league and covenant, 8aid. hat persecutions decay, none U perhaps/ more simple and
II'' groan tumbled on to the bed, and in reply of every member thereof. How frequently likewise do so. This is unreasonable. Tie To put the Editor at'case, however we covcnnntershave undergone: ; and what cheap than the one soaking them in blue

,bcs: ..! :to his w1e'. 'What's the matter?" exclaimed is it tho case, that death invades I made no charge, whereby it is incumbent regard to the matter, we will inforip him, i triumph to "vital piety! may ve not now, vitrol. At a recent meeting nf the t farmer'
1 in a desparinc tone, "Oh I I've got the family circle, and calls from earth I I that our name appears! at the head of the I! look to accomplish. Can anybody observeMr. :, Club, in Hudson: X. I., nun> or time members -
the colcrn." The epidemic allS away upon us to comply with such a request. II \ .Yulee 1101"co-operating with "the ablest exhibited la |x>st which, previous tl
spread ;
idolized : as 'litor-nnl! that
some child? How much of sore 'Vo /simply asked for information paper we are really I of the S in the hub l been soakI .
th rough the country exciting considerable upon a opposition, against democrats, nnd i being placed: ground, :
::1 '4 .1 alarm: and occasioning a general casting row-how much of regret is then expressed matter, that was communicated to ns as a i acting in that capacity. We do all the not see him w ith tho same object as Charles ,I" ed ila solution of blue \'Ilrol-no j iMUiihl

S I up of accounts. But the panic subsided for not obtaining a memento, in the "fiift." Now, upon a denial of that "fact" i writing OlU'lIlIltI'U: responsible for the!same! saw his late opponant: The "ablest of of v itrol l biting tiicd to :J20 qti.trUj: : of water SS

when it was ascertained that antimonial form of ambrotype resemblance, of tho by the/View/, of Judge Forward'had and never publUh article written by liittyert tho opposition! ," may now claim his whole The post was pine' and vvla-n taken up, was
$5 wine had been, by mistake, administeredto departed,whilst tho opportunity was afford I I we I or gentlemen of any other profession, course ; in ink ho sympathises with them, i ns bnnc as when tiret'mmt downeight years S
any right, to forthwith become a proselyte, :amid in substruioe how 'bin his solution torah of
\thowbole body of communicants! We ed. Then let advise except as communications.! : I says, sorry I am, that (( good kino:
' / S understand; that "Uncle Peter" said "it us you "to secure the and denounce our informer fur communicating 1 ill the past, it las: been neither necessary or timber (exposed to the weather-?pout*, -
S4 S ,, was the first time he ever knew an attempt shadow ere the substance fails." The expense iiifonnatiou; as "fact, that could not |I' In conclusion, allow us to advise you to proper, for me to have the benefits of your :i nhiukles, stakes, hel(1Ics&('.

to vomit the devil out of the church.S ."- will be triflihpr, and when taken into j bo sustained, before be had been allowed < cast all fears aside, in regard to the Friend ', Council. Is it not remarkable: progress <. ---- ii.l
-' S Although it was serious/ matter, the sinners consideration with the gratification that so sufficient time to forth whatever ': doing venerable Chief Justice, Baltzell, indeed. i A fiooo REPLT. "There goes :turncoat -
bring
iS ,'owing to the hardness of their hearts, valuable a memento will afford, a few dollars tes- the least "injury." We are of opinion, What with his immense Railroad, and >, ," cried n politician not lung ago, from
i r. lid laugh. Winchester (fffinoit) Chronitie. sink into comparative insignificance. timony he was in possession of; to sustain that if "injury" is 'done it will fall official I pntronnge' his influence iu Wall i insidd store to a farmer who was passing at .
any ,
;. j ; it? Such would be a very remarkable and ,' upon street, aud a co-operation with the "ablest I the time in a loaded wagon; ""'hat would
' .. Persons desirous of having the shoulders ot another. .
.
ambrotypestaken "
of the i have tho tiinucr "would
4 ridiculous course. The charge was a so i .. opj' >osition l'al'tr-the"pattent' : progress you replied you
j$ AHEBST: OP A PHYSICIAN:! ox:! A CHARGE need not hold back on account of rious it ,"and the chances'of luring and leaJiu I I nave a mal wear his coat the wrong side
one
was circulating the The Tampa Peninsular.The S
SfS'F_ ATTEJirnxo TO KIIL ins WIFE.-Dr. cloudy wet weather, from the fact, the I among the people into by-questions, the senatorial lout all! day: because III.rl.t'rc.l.! to put 5
t Frank Royal, formerly of Lynchburg, Vn., artist informs us that he can take them people ; if \\'nsftJ18e, it t-houlo.1so be pronounced Editor ofthe above paper wmites! like S dictator of the moment is almost sure, on so in the morning."

and at one time a surgeon in the United equally as well as when it is clear. I ; if true, then the proof to sustain a sensible man. It is only necessary: to something will turn up to extricate lila theory .
States army, has been arrested in Chicago I it, should placed on record. In read issue of his ut "from I ELECTION KEXTI
T .4Dreadful- our statement one paper, to bo convinced "progress!, that ugly certificate, TiE ix .KY.-The re, .
N charged with cutting the throat of his wife. Explosion.We i of the matter, teetiuliiot pronounce that he cannot be "bought off" by the and other consequences ofthe developments j suit of the Election in Kentucky, and''the
The wound was inflicted, the
sideS ,
oil right Democratic
ofthe ]
Governor's
: in relation majority
S it cither true or false. It was an promise of official station be message: to I I. ,
of the neck about an inch in depth, and learn from the Jacksonville RfJ>ltb- I open no'r prevail certain morals practice' to S will probably terminate in the choice of
S extending upwards and forwards nearly lican, that the steamer Harnett, explodedher I question, to be decided between Judge Forward ed upon to surrender a cardinal principle, A deliberate discussion of all progress.the subjects Vice President Breckenridge to the United

two inches. The artery w a* not severed, boiler, on Wednesday tho 3rd instant., i and those who made the charge. by the glitter of Yulee's money bag. lIe presented in carrying out our internal improvements States Sent?; to fill the vacancy causedby

t S, eiciaos and the wound, upon examination by phi- whilst she was engaged in towing a raft on "One who was preseut," has pronounced' I is a "man after our own heart." and in the formation of an cd. :: the expiration o'tL' term of Mr. Crittendcn. .

; were that the pronounced doctor and not his fatal.'ifo It isnllegod the St. Johns River, "instantly killing a it false, through the Floridian ; a majoriry, "Senex" in a late issue of the Floridian, ucational system, by the thoughtful men of .S,, Hon. Linn Boyd is said to b a,
w wereout the State and '
''ii! walking when tho aftur oecured. He I negro, and severely wounding the Captain, of the Eastern press copied this correspon-, proposed that all the candidates: for tho Supreme ; and adhering to Democratic candidate for the place, but the of
principles, men, Is not unwise. Deliberate Breckinridge have the reins of the
organi-
; 4. positively asserts his innocence, however, Mate, First! and Second Engineers, Capt. dent's article, and endorsed hid denial. : Bench, should "come down," and j discussion will the of the I I I zation.

and I hi* wife, who at first declared ho did James Gorman, three deck hands and the'i I Consequently, the charge must bo viewed that a Democratic Convention be held, and people, to the real designs open and eyes objects of -0-

'a4'L'4 S it an subsequently unknown! : exonerated behind him, and says Cook." The explosion took place about as having no foundation upon which it can nominate a ticket. In reply to this the those seeking proress; not founded on A YOtG CoxonEssMAX.-Tho Louis

? 1 flicted the wouud.man roW The up defendant her and was in four milcslroiii Jacksonville. Three of the i'| be based, until the denial made is confroverted. t, Peninsular, gives its reasons for opposinga some principle, that IS above the shitting ville Journal btates thut John Young;

I committed to wounded including the < nomination in the offset and sands: of politics, and induce them to sup- Brown, Esq., member of Congress elect
jail on a charge of assault Captain, Thou. E. I : contends
ft* 1 S with a deadly weapon with intent to commit Shaw, have since died of the injuries received I It is not our business: to hunt up material that they still hold good. It says: "Well j"' port primary men rock and of measures morals,-that conscience rest upon, and the not from be the qualified Fi th District by of to Kentucky take his wi

Zfrj murder, in 13,000 bail. Mrs. Royal is by the explosion. The upper deck of I to sustain the charge-for it was not of our knowing that the Yulce dynasty had all equitable Government. the first session of' ng present Congress
rapidly recovering. She was formerly an the making ;-but it is the dirty of those who the federal : If the The
ctii actress. steamer was completeiytorn to pieces, pap" with which to pay delegates an opposition to true Democratic Constitution prescribes that no person
.JJ- .1"' and her machinery considerably injured. brought it about, to "face the music" and I and that they were skilled in coliti- i element is to be formed. devoted in all its can be I member of the House of Renre--

t- S SALE OF A WHITE WOMAX TO NEGROES -__.. .. sustain it, if they can. 1! cal j jugglery, we could feNce in the event I I policy to the peculiar notions of Mr.Yulee'ljI i who i U:under twenty five y r
IN MASSACHUSETTS.: tho following "FIAT Jrerrru BUIT Conrsr,"-Such .. ... of a Democratic Convention I morals practice of progress,, it cannot but of age. )Ir. H.o\r was elected: over
clip S the
be
; Li the excellent motto of our esteemed co- I complete transitory democratic competitor, Mr Jewett.
U item from the New:Bedford< Times; temporary of the family Friend, Monti- "The Florida Dispatch. overthrow of the desires entertained by ALACIIUA.I .
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S.S i'4, We have reliable authority far, stating cello, }11\., and we feel assured that we The above is the name of a paper that j, the great mass of pur party. Indeed, by i I S AXOTITEB AFRICAX.J.If_, While the late Mr/ Choate practised at

J that a white woman was sola I1Ilia city have only to call his attention to an on !l8. has recently been established at Newnans- j going into such a Convention, all those I' counts from HEMiBLlcur.-Ao- the bar of Essex county, Mass., a monopoly -
Africa
S the other day to a negro for the'sum of ion on his in w issue of the 16th iust. I ogadore, state that of all the
part and
yule East Florida It who refused none
be bow
$50. She remained iu hi ; appears to extremely -S to at the beck of King the inhabitants: bad risen in rebellion against crina defenc
*service for a day to give the CnuaJer credit for a beauti-- ofthe
an<] a night,*and then returned by underground ful poetical article, written by Mrs..M. A. anxious to ingratiate itself in the David, would have been silenced or the constituted authorities and established t whom manyrogues he defended were Sotbatbis eYr services in,

-( ( railroad to her master. lie sold,.] McCriramon entitled 'The Maiden's favor of the people; and no doubt, concluding -j compelled to "bolt In either case they a Republic. Mogadore is a fortified city the case of rascality and crime about over.
S : Her shortly afterwards to another negro for WWi," to have it speedily corrected.| that the best course to be pursued to would hare Cured badly.. If they silentlyacquiesced and principal seaport of the Empire of Mo- balanced any good he ever effected
the sum of |30 cash: down. ;I roceo, on the Atlantic. The populatioa U i h
This
gelling Temperance CrutaJer, attain so great an advantage would be their day and
k it of white women to negroes is not occasional to I effort at regenerationS,]I estimated at 17,000, including 4,000 Jews. geneltion
r but is almost an every day transaction, It is with great pleasure we make room "pitch into" the Friemt the Editor, in his I would have been crushed, and It stands on a rocky promontory,surrounded WIt i is remarked,
.I as we have ascertained alter home little in. for the above correction. It was entirelyan issue ot the 3rd instant,pours into us a perfect [, to swallow a "sugar coated" Know Nothing by a barren and sandy region. It .was vet unsettled state of It1.a a erdfnceoftIu

quiry. As that veteran but deftmct town oversight on our part in not giving the broadtnde. The guns, however, must i along with two of Yulee's DemocraticS' founded in 1760, OB the site of an old Por. ,]I i Spanish war of ((1701)) Austria

t S. erier-"Tom Williams" used to say-go proper credit at the time. have been badly managed, from the t fact j," s&teKtes as Supreme Judges. If they bolted hides tnguese! Fort, and exports gaIn, wool, wax, I I has lost and regained Lombard y no fewer
may with fiathfulnees; be said now-"Git i I skins, almonds, feathers, gold dost, than twelve times. On the nth of July
In this connection will inform that the shot missed the mark altogether then would the ,
we our readers Dynasty have had the ,
1_,t along in-ryou \&fast as good as us." There ,' wrought iron, hardware and cotton goods. ls 9, she lust it for the thirteenth time.
S S 'ia no.such slave degradation in th e whole that the Georgia Temperance Crusader and done no damage* The gunner having prestige aZtonomifie nomination about I I Jt is defended from the sea by several I

South, as will compare with doings on is one of the best papers published at had but very little experience in the management which: to harang e"th people and dupe I strong batteries. Te U. S. government i sending 10,-

.' t tome of our own street, the South. It is edited with great ability, of artillery, we. suppose is the then) pto. a support the mougrel Yulee o musltmoll "igd armory to Cal .
--0- and in mechanical execution' can have no cause of the bungling blunder made. lie ticket.These.. : -It is computed that from seven to r .

i'' : The travel to the Virginia Springs u said superior. See advertisement of lame upon bas been working in the editorial harness J I &ct.'C&u eq us to oppose a Democratic : ten thousand and Americana there visit Europe annually i The man who was always splitting with "
:. to be this than I.tst. : expend as much as ten II laughter his beta recommended to an
fourth
greatly"larger year our ibr"1buthorttime.. The old "a 1 '
flgt' Baying- Convention! : { and they will cause ns I million of dollars. axev

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Telegrajpliic. Vtj, MrRKAY AND HIE (''"*"'.-' I l "'1t'm"h\i' : 'NoticesbV HOSTBTTER'S -"' .

,I'illlt. ."lion. ,.'AimILO i3.t.mv," ftflu. ,11bJ.lU iJ Legr. .-- STOMACH BITTERS I fi

j.RtCiHeJtleuccironi EI4rop13.ARRIJf.'or 1 .:. ,honor to the Queen of England; ;\vas' I r life firm et3olmnsothiWanfl&CitMeTt"have ,- !, J/ft-/
pHE Estate of
deprived of her situation because. in her JL awocinte
: book on this country she spoke favorably BIRD ESIJ.,and in futon- SoS "81M" "1H b von.ducteii for : T" ""t. .. >. V J'DEA'lo

711EQW of slavery' is thus explained by the.Albion Bncler the.nam', of ( | S mon.h after .lal.,l :>hairrrci>iit my final 4 0"1 X OAOe' ...Jrl 0fl5ljC. rt IN'' .
ncconrtiand as Executor W the Estate Q r..t
BIRD & Co. Ull\'PN "
: of
JOHNSON" deceased t i fact that mmb
Jeffcron ,
( @uO'fll. "Now TVC arc able to state, upon the Monlleel1o, Atlg. s,1' 1 IIl:; 258tWDi to of Mary the &lwar.lal. of Ihnte Counly\1\.1 county, the hnman family i is mor t Of\ Innumerable to

-' most unexceptionable authority, that Miss nnd apply fa .dischargJ, f"m udmlnlstrallon. some of the ottor above eomIL.lnl, lie.whi.h.bwidcj tlig t jC} te t'
COTTON "ADTAXCED 1-Sd Murray did not lose her blacc the f'ditlln"
in
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royal lid .e to' the as istane tfno lwlg I hreiereifd ,
by .
Ex'r.
EDWARDS
HENRY .
household on account oflicr sentiments in m@@ItD. '! no of Ihr-y TWiN InaW l<
romfo"Me.
FATHER Pom- (off Quebec) Aatr.. '.- favor slavery; but'she occupied ns an extra July 2S, 1 839. 1. 1 totegniute \rirhlit\IUIII..M with aiMtbLPainis t
'The Steamship*'IJOT& Scotian, with "Liverpool maid of honor; before' the publication .THE rlttien 'of Montlcello arev iaformed that '- I MaiIAn Wr '-
with Fire Wood, Wooten health Invrdcrtoiccnmplish thi"
be
CIIIn supplied upon Estate-of Council .
date to 27th has touched of her Work and before. fits cecMt mlD"n'. -
Jflljf" u, ofl'atthis any one. knew t> making application to the nmlefrbrnedtl.. 'desired bireK, tlie1 true e'ws o rtfU 1 I",
point ;_ t 7. table of contents-whether it treated of Order will be promptly eomplted wvlh.und good. Notice. certainly,Mial which will produce f .

Commeroia1liew.. slavery at all-much less'whether her opine wood furnished- ftl too per bat':tan load x rhonth- V after I shod! present my final mate of thb"t 'he l lessthasisrd Dr. llontctter of vital Oihi Dye Sfuffs1Varnishes.BRTJSIIES j' y ,
P. B. BIRD. S .nto
Liverpool July 2 T .-ne sales of cotton ions rcspecting it were favorable ot the re- V V and to the Honorable Judge strength fruthi"bn.
.eunt introilnce.l
for the past thtee business days, reached Verse. She resigned in 'deference to a August 6th, 1851n.t. V V of rlbate ", Jefferson County a*administrator of haS called HO3TETTER-S U I rl.At.tln ;

44,000 rmle<; Jnt nri ndvanoe in' dome well known rule of all departments of .tho & Potter the estate of Council Wooten late of said county which ,at this tiny t In not a new ,

rases off. .ftd/ahd lh 'market ''dosed stea British public service, which forbids any Sadie dcceated soil ask to b dismissed from ..the furthmmrdminietratiom medicine, but one Usa 1,11"en.d, for
.
dy. .. subordinate totrent, in print, controverted a.OTYP JSTAND of r.lalo WOOTEN, Adnfr.jmily9th Tear, giving 'IthtA' t" rn have
1D
\t." . V LA1'AYEE \, it. Tfli, Bt",npi powtrf ully upon Mmn rrr
1toliti 1: ,Be. questions religion, politics" or govern IS 81-Oni .c stomach, and J\'l.t. restoring

It is rumored that the ment. f.ii"O ;.utAr 1Fl them to it healthy and an.l
Emperor U J.I
Napol- .. .. ; .( TOILET ARTICLES
will Estate of John T. Clark dccM. thus by the simple, process ( tt.lIglh.I'i"jtnatur ,
con 8hortly''illitt1-ondon. Mortal things fade ; immortal things From Galveston, Texas, ensblu the system to triumph over

Tho London News !intimate*the pro-'I'am- spring more freshly with every step to the LY announce to the citizens this AppUcatof for final Dismuuon. disease.' Ditrh n. dysentery o flax. '0 SOAPS

me for an Italian Confederation, but says tomb. RE\PIcTFL its vicinity that they are prepared riato hereof, I hall present p-ncrslly contracted by new settlen. andcaused ,
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that the plan TnlLnot-bo1 passed at present to execute MEXEA1NOTYPE3, AMlMOTYPEV my final accounts and v"'hera. a.Administrator V principally by the change of wateranti '
: In the Estate John T. Clark late of Jefferson will be speedily tegnlated by abriof WINDOW GLASS, INSTRUMENTS,.
: **&r ------- -- -- PhOTOGRAPhS promptly, and In the \stand diet
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deceased, to the Honorable Judge of Pro of this prepirMion. \)ahipiomiss.|
The. French Naval and"l land forces have: Special Notice. Pictures most approved token on style.Piitent iK-ntber. ,convenient fur bate county for, sold county and apply for a discharge from a disease which In ia H probablv lM vnrimw) : mo'c forms j>n.vnlent, tjianany W& @w. fll a@ iEJu.rn.I.ng
l
to leave L t V.kcfl :
gun Italy. cud the administration of said mtat .hen
Daguerreotypes -
; Persons afflicted _
Count Persigny' had mvc'd'at' Paris Ague alrcd. Breast Pins JOSHUA TAYLOR .
; copied and enlarged d be attributed to dernniremi-nM of tin- I., .
Dringinff. *assurancethAt England would not spare either time trouble or expense, to procure and Lockets filled. Entire ontl.r.ction'given., or no U, 1859.. 6m. live ori ns. can h* rnrod without full..by AO.,

rive.inner. 'adherence o":a, Congress on Dr Hosteller' Celebrated Bitters whose bone- I chnrgo ninde. Au early call is desired ns their staytSTKooms using UOSTETTBR'8: STOMACH BIT- RECEIVED A LARflE AXD FRE.CIIt

the condlttofota general and immediate fielent effects upon tho human system ha* been will 1.0 ahort. Estate of Josiah Knighton; dec'd. TEnS a* per direction on Ihn bottle. For. HAS of every'variety. of articles kept'byItrugglsU. .
the Montleello Ilotet" Will w\il -
disarmament..w I those who have been stricken at open this dilo every physician recommend .
to
clearly provod final
> Application for nininlMlon. kind Ihe".hv
Monday, 8th lost, for two weeks only. of annie not .
It is stated that Count "Walewski had down In a short,ace of lime by tht dreadful cur e, August 6th, 1859. 3-2t MONTHS after date shall present nse Dte. ,known to be infallible t Planter, Physician,
submitted a plan for the confederation of whose chrek*are van and nmuare,and 'hose nights SIX my final secounteand hccr1 \Exemttrlx: Every In countrY hlle-h..i Hitter as a pro- and nil other needing anything his floe nf trade,
in the estate of Josiah'; Knighton. late of Jefferson vnntive of d1.el.e. InI mrenptlivninpc of will find at this hone full supply of everything
which consists of the and rpotlpm and whose dim
Italy are sleepless are
seven COURT.
eye CIRCUIT
States IN JEFFERSON County, deceased, to the Honorable Juilo! of Probate the syctemn In and among th"l all required,and on as liberal terms aa can be purchaseedinany -
Presidency of which is given nominally'tt ,and sunken'ith d'alh staring them in the fnoc,this Mary N. Singleton, for said County and apply for \discharge from there I 11 not /rn..ml.rOl.1, a moiv imemlith)' Southern Inland town. .

e.Pope, but really to the Kings\ of Sardinia ; compound must prove a blessing; nntchlng them as V8. the administration on said estate.8ARA1I people than the O..rln., (1'01 wl"l, this Pm.r.mmnsilvingsit ft distance and not convenient* .
and Naples alternately. The stron"l1acee it',were from tlte very month of the grnvc. None Charlc T. J. Singleton} In Chnnrcry, on KNIGHTON, Exec'trlx preparation emanated, Iwscd, upon ..i'nliloul'rmpnl for them to come to town may make their
Executor C. T. J.Sin. CFOM Bill. which has. to .,
to be n garrisoned by the federal can know lutrne value until they have t'lleIIt.- glcton. dee'd and others,J JTT April 12lh, 1839.. 6m ._ : of this great nlrl"I.1 in the ORDERS BY MAIL, a-

troope are Goitn Mantua and Placenza.- When all others hay.fiilled, those Bit tern have restored the aAid.it made In IlilsJL medical scale of Science.PEVER 1"'r"I'li"l or otherwise, and they will be promptly attended
appearing to Court by Estate of B. Collins deceased. to, and filled with the name correctness as if they
The votes in the Federal Diet will bo distributed the sufferers to pristine honlth. Their popularity cause,that the Defendant, Charles T. J. Singleton Mary in _

as follows: Parma one ; Modena In all the Western and Southern, parts should resides out of th State of Florida and In the Application for Final IMmnKilon.' AND AGUE. were Those purchased needing: anything person. in tile Drug line, are'requested -

one ; the Pope two } Tuscany two; Sardinia Introduce them to nil fiiniUirN State of Georgia It Is now on motion, on behalf of MONTHS after date hereof I shall present I TW liylng sml |>n 'okln| iHDrue, hkli fl>.RlntaoUoiS to call and examine our stock,nf which the '
Complainant ordered that the said Defendant do appear SIX fiu.misecuuntsandvotchmra., Admlnlstra- : ITMII Uu of msn, nxlucluii him tea .
three
; Naples three. Sold by druggtrU and ilealcrt generally I b following sire 1l few of the lending tQu'ui'mnc
every. and demur, plead or answer, to the Cross Bill tor in the Estate of Mary li. Collin. late of Jefler- ".ilisdow la a .hn| "of lmp.anil miilerlngMm
Further hy the Nova Scotian where. of Complnlnt filed In this cause, or tho same will betaken soil County, t..ed. to thn Honorable .lulge.r \.1,suit mentally n.lt
-NKWnYoBK, Aug. 8.-The English and nrsee crlttcment In another' column. for confessed against him. Probate for .1.1 County, nnd apply for I discharge a.1r"n '1 the hnly t ly time UM of U"PTZTTEa'l Ulyocrinc, Lupulino',

(French' press arc.endeavoring to restore -, -- --- Provided, That copy'of thin order be published from time Administration on sntd Estate. RXNOWKKb BITTERH. Furthrr any of Hit short Krgoline, Tannin, V
In Newspaper pnhllithed In the Town of Monticel JOEL 1) COLLINS, Adm'r. dated dlmua can not to cnntntctat when -
the cordial between the -
entente
two
countries. Candidates.AXNOUNCINU lo, once a week for the space of,four months froiu March SO 1859. 6m an/ ordinary coiwlltiinii prmtttititic them I lh liStless J rjperine, Strychnine,
.
t dllle., *rOK England has offered to send a represent- C- FO1t NAMES OP CANDIDATES Parted at Chambers this 25th day of July, 1839. deceased.Application nornfftiuli Die pllll nut raiuMnf uunrcMV7 Citrate of Iron, V Cyonide:Zinc,
'Alive to the Zu1''conference. if France % WAYLE3$ UAKEU, Judge. Estate of' Mngor Surles, any change of ,ld ..IntccrnpUnn to muni fvt- It Qninine, Eau Vcneris,
FIVK DOLLAU.4 I.V 'ADVASCn.For
3itli,1859. Kl 1StNotice. : ss.miabot sleep *ni| Imllhdlnntlon,
would disarm. July for riiial DIml.lol. p"o Iln Sweet Sp't Nitre Ergot, '
France )has to disarmament ; Monthafter 1nte,, hereof 1 shall present KM <*rai.lslnt| U thus rcmovnt .spwitll/ Is cvnslitant '
: agreed a general County Commissioners : my Opium, Smitonine
SIX .llh I'|1.lu.'lulI of a lh ulih|| sail |wnii-
land and "V accounts and vouchers, a* A.IIIIIIII.tmlrl
on sea. The r"lIowllljf gentlemen are announced a* candidate t LL persons having demands against the cstat, of the Estate MugorSiirlc, late of. ,. COIII semi cure. Camphor V V Aloes .
I'hrliament was directing nttentiou. to for re election a County Commissioners for J\. o( Willi A. Woods, late of Jefferson Coonty, deceased, to the Itonoroble 'Jude of I'rohlie. For Per nl in advanced yearsWbo Blister Ointment, Iodine,
that statejif the national: (defence It was Jefferson County at the ensuing October election: d'cenacslwihl take notice that they mu t present t.snbl County, nnd apply' for a discharge from the are sitlTvrtDg StOIC nit ." ., wMlttitlnn nnd Mercurial Iodide of Potass.1,

RIMO state that France was arming 1fieet) CALVIN PA VIS, W. C. THOMAS, them to the undcrsglned, duly aullientiented, with A.hhlnlHlrtol of said Estate.REBECCA. "body, tIme' .Hitters ura InvaluaMe us a rvsti nv Veratria Chloroform,
with rifle cannon.A JAMFH a WALKER A. H. WH.FORD.tf" in the time prescribed by l hew, or Limit notice will be SURLE9, Adm'x. .of stnngth and \ ". snd nmils only to I ia trioS Lactate of Iron, Nitrate of Silver,

firo in Liverpool had destroyed the plead in bar of their recovery i and all pcreon Indebted Juno II, 1830. 6m. \b appreciated. Awl In a aioilwr while i.nnlnx., Ether Citrate of Potassa'
Sulph.
,
We are authorized to announce Hon. THOM- to ald cUtewlll make Ininiedliite puvmcnt. these Bitters are es|Dclally when Urn ,
North Shore Flour and Rico Mills. The AM ItALTZKLL a* a candidnte for re-election to WILLIAM J. WOOD. mother nourishment hul'I'.n.II"Is umdeitinte time Castor Oil, Citrate MagncHis,
loss the oHioe of Chief Justice of the Court of V Estate of David B. Hart, deceased. \ d".d of Potash
was 00,000 pounds% sterling. Supreme July 16th 1850. \ ,,211. .8t the In.eo..II'I..itrKnidh mn't Jflrld; Calomel, Chlorate .,
Austria retiiesto meet the Sardinian: : representative Florida. ,_ Application for Final IMsmliilon. .ami h
in conference. nr-rhe (rl..lld.lI( the Hon.! CHAULB4 H. DU- .N'O't1.ooo: SIX MONTHS after dule we (hall present our Bitten Is necilml to Iml..r tenipmnry!' tranfrth ALSOA
Napoleon was announced to make his POM' announce him Cundithite for the OlHce and vouchers. as .llnlnl.lnI,.of the and vigor \tli* system. !.aiIIoi should 1 Ii y sit meant -

grand entry into Paris on the 4th of Au of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida.Iff __R Estate a David li. Hart, lute of Jeff.'r..n County, toy this remedy fir all rna of dllll. snd Icfora 1 large and well selected assortment of
I' decel. to the Honorable) Judge of Probate of doing sub Jriiur phj-nlckn, .lmn. If lie, Is acq'molmmlml| l American, French and EnglishOHOOBOAIL8
IIE TallahaMee Railroad are now e-
gust. V Company add apply for our discharge from theadministration with th*virtue* of HUlms, will nroninlmd Ih.lrIall.urk
We authorised! to I) P. HOLLAND -
are announce _1_ Inrz and eommodloiK '%IIr..hou.el..tSt. I
It was reported that the French army reeling of said esimitmi. UM 1 ._
} candidate for Associate Justice .
a ,
had been reduced to 'hlll Marks in additIon to those at present there sufficient V V rvmitxa n. HART III Stock of Tatnt. Oils and HtufTs ii varied!
200,000 men, bye. of the Supreme Court of Florida at the election In from the weather aU cotton or oth- CAu'rlos.-We caution (the [-ntlic o uiustusing Oye
newal of furlough October next.f er article to protect of iiinrchandUn going over the Ron J. V, TIIEOI'IHUTSIIAUT. any of the many, imitations nr conn- and large; Window Chase, of all sixes; Point Brushes .

Tho aecounti from the FrenehiiIeyIn14 t We are authorised anil, requested V to aniioimctf -' ,Time car will be. running to Jtontloollo by time May 81st, 1859;> Admllll.lrlto.1m lr.IL.'but Birrnw.ask for U..nn..1' sea 111&Uoi.actr'iu rncli bottle .A, Aa largo, &0.and elegant assortment of Perfumery ;

was unfavorable. The grajies: had been injured 11.\\11) P. 1KHJUK. osnean.li.t.itef.ir' the inldill of September when the transportlou by _V ha. the word. J. HoxtelU'. Slmmummmilmititsrt Fancy Toilet artIcles lu great abund.inve, tugetli'eritli

bv the hcnt. i ,.IIi,'" of A -
TheJonitetir do Flolti' say* tliat: Doni i lie considerably Montiuello shorted the about distance 18 80 from mile Thoinuvllloio *- for the County of J.eteno Umped the metallio rnp coveiin the Soapn, ever brought to this market.
being or over
mark had ceded the Island: 'llj'1.. Thomas: &I'xI.tT pood rnad. Win. P 1Ia"ln. Jamc Hum- cork, and observe that our nulngrapli' V signature ---.4LSo-
C ('. YONOE liq, of \Vt Florida Is a V the Wm ) .. and imemmoElder. I. on the I.be. '
America. win
to The ruUof Freight and St remain
Is.r-t.y" preiunted, by hi* Inendii. to thu voter of rng .\ul.l. and Trustccsof '. IT Prepared ana sold IT IIOSTGTTEtt fc' CHOICE BRANDIES .
ertl-lo.m.
Tim !)1.> irso closed 11.11:11 87 a 00. the for ihvtlon the ifllefl of Muriate JIIRtlee same as last year: nn nil Clmrch, cite. WINES. I'ORTEn. ALE.
Mjite, to n
Ihel're."ytAol'
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ftarhaldi rnd,I a confidential interview of lion the tint la Mr. Jnmos S. lliuidnlih| having been xppolnted } Iii Chat 1 r,. faITn.. fIU.hrgl, r.,.*iid. imsid >} Vaillruggh.ts1 V V '
Supreme Court on Monday COXOUCSd WATJR.ClOAr."I.
Yt.
,'. of both the TulliilniM mm imd : 4 'dMlert .
; siipi-i-liiteinlent grwers, an geo'srahijthreughect
with Jeim. Delia Mjnnora the fith of October Time at Alex .
n."t.WThe
on
; time; Pviiiwcolu >t fleorjflii Uailroud, any ooininunlcntion 1.11 J.w thfttltel C ., ,<,. ,
July. The former stated that he h.ul nn I'' *on burlnusK of the Roud thould be directed Adair, drni., Tlios. Wlilte" ,et CerN.ar.Itllef'"Idl, oltb V SMOKING' ANDCiIEWlNO TOBACCO o.
America and
V army of 12,000 men and tint it was increasing Hon. JOSEPH MeCANTS. of Mtddln ,o hums at lnliuMe.!' .I.tr..nd.'nts V i :. CANDY&c.&e.TOttflZR ; .
; also, that he was going to the Appe-) Flnri'lii' is hereby presented by his, filemis to thn F. II. FLACO Scc'y. UPON .tl.wctor evidence'oddneed' before me, SCOVIl .MEAD '- V
voter nf the State, for election to Sims office of July bum,, 18C!:>. 2181 Aloxuinler Adair d"cl'lIs.d. ". II..
nines to gather an army of 50,000, for the A-VMH'inte, Jiisticiof the Supr.iiiu Court, on the fir r -------' and Thomas J Whit"1, defciidanU, reiUile beyond the Wla.IaMti.A1.tit.OI..M. With'ari uortmrnt< 'of the 'principle PATENT'
of fighting tvr'l'clltral Italy under in limit of the State of Florida but within (he. MEDICINES of the '-. -
purpoHO Monday October next. Excelsior S tore.I of the United State,, "jurisdiction ty For sale tn'Montlcello. Ky; ,DJt.T! :.. PALMElTaiKl ... country. ..
the anipiecs of the State Modena.; ---- -- _
C3Ve are authorized to announce lion. AI.KX-: -:/):- It I I. nrdnrral and decreed that said theheir DR. UOIiiRT SCOTC "Kd )ii vair.enmmh .-
The Pope complains tint: Victor Emailncl Jeron.Ionl. r r J H It I I.our Intention always to-keep our Stock"'
yl.M'KltMelMJ.NAlJ: *, a ('in.ll'litto, for Auoclute P. IIH underslj'ie.l would return his thnnUs, Mthp.L of Alnxnd. Adalr and do ly PALMED WILLAM&| U h
""tn t V
has asked foreign assistance to \'indicate Justice of the Court of I')loridii.fy March 29, 1888., lyJoluisoBBlrd iua.eJ
Supreme patrons and frienrsiftliclnt firm of WI 1.LIAM appear and answer, plead to, or demur to Dl of .Leh. an.l.:, ,
his (the POl'''') lights. Bill)!), Jr., it BUO., lor time liberal pntromipibestowed Complaint f"c'll the above'cans. by tlO trtMunllny an J'will, consequently t.IIIIoJl..cI{ Uifttiour cit f
The latest: Motiitetir contains an article U'e authorised tomstmitmncr.Iu.hteJ.V.YLI4 on said firm and tike this melh' d nfin'unnlnu In Oct."e.nrat or the mattcr '& Co., tdmer will ba pleased with their t un-luse. A.: ; .
taking exception to the 1 national: 1 expendi.tures 1- ( lIAKKlt: aiia ramlidut fur, re-eleetlou 10 time olli... his friends and the publln generally, that n* stated In .1.1 nl will lie taken ..'cO_d. : :. I V
of which caused decline of( Judtre ot the MuldU Circuit of Florida at the election lie 1ms iMiimht lint the Intercut nf hi* linither.Vm, Provided this, be 'published for the space of
a Particular atteiftfu'li'gicen to the
England, i October, next. llndd, Jr.. deceasei) ant hnpes, l hv nttenthm to IIUK- three) month In some Newspaper published in the i : '
one fourth in the tilll<:4.' I ----- -- ----,- incas and fair dealing to retain all of the custom of Town of 1onll."lo. Jefferson eMPty,le beforetime w .COMPOUNDING 'PRE8CRIPTI NS

I T\\'e are aiitlmrued to announce THOMAS: J. the old 1 firm. stud lNt Monday In Octoln-r. .., ) 'ANDFauvilj
Still La'tor I ( llACGaC n for re-ebn-tion to the Orlice of Juilgo of Probate C,*in, consisting of all kinilsofgnocN,V usuully kept, of June, 18S9. J. WAYL BAKEH7 -. ,medicine, ,
'Alml\\LOl"TUE 1 of Jetfenon County. Florida In 1'01,11.1..1'' \le expect to lenve fur New York Monticcllo, June 21. Judge. D"'R'Y GQflSAND -. '

next in.mill to purchase, a Full and Winter Stock .: JG '_ t1r All Medicine and Preparation found at thU
A.BABIA.Cation tit-W. are aiithorlzed to announce J. It. S. DA- whleh will be full and complete. In the Middle Circuit Florida in ( Store are either prepared by the Proprietor or lui ,
YH: a Candidate at the ennuiiiK Ootober election, jive me a call before purchasing elwwhere. ( ported direct from the mot reliable manuractnric.

.\d nul(4. (.rth" otllcc of Ju'l;.' of Probnteof Jctfersou county J. T. lll'DD. and for the County of Madison. ( 1 E( S'l BJ l! (th'r will, therefore always be bund OE5U1NE.
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1'lorldii Montict-llo. July] 23, 1859 i3! 7t. -0 March IBth iea i.' !4-tf
Harriet G.Mays John G. Mays, V
SAn"'ILLr.uz, 10.-TIll Steamship r'wc are authorized to announce JOEL WAI.- KeroseneX11u.mi1.cLti13.g Butler MIIV.Xnn M. May and JfXTtRKLY NEWt ENTIRELY t'swrr"That'is

Arabia rcachud IlulitUx ll'loterJay after, K}!. a candidate, sttiium.n.uiog October election Warren M'ays., by their Ilndiln. riaiitutioii SuppliesOF '
of Jefferson Oil. and friend tliomntO. ill
fur the Utlice of Tax Auvaor and 'ulltclor : Gllk.W.
oon ant tho news was immediately". ALL KI5IX,
County Florida. article Jurt received and, for smile That AVoiiderful k>iirlflne Agent,
patched by horse express to Sak: \'ille. It ASL'PEKIOU Jlennet IL May, in hi* ownrllht.a..III.dllol.ln.h'ofWU. ARE now receiving by, late arrival from New .

reached the latter j>oint late in the night. tT W. are authorized to anuounee IsAA JOhNSON, BIRD i CO. Equity. a New and Extensive: Stock of Fluid.

COMMEHCIAL NEWS. TOWSSEXI'1 asaeandlihite for Tax .4w**>r and Monticello >Uy 10 829. U-tf 1111. deo.t. leh.el I SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Darby's/ Prophylactic .
Collector of Jetfersuu County at the ensuing October )*, Enoch ( *, ) i. V
LScvrjtovt July SQtft.-The sales of cotton I election. ---- -- ---- -- Mays, Sail!. E. May 1 homa*S. which are offered to prompt paying customer on Tliii it a .A',. Dueoetry. It it tht Ktndt of LturntJ '

for tho week reached 62,000 For Sale. MH)'s,Theodore. Urevurd and the moat reasonable term and usual time. lleieitrth. Hit a 7Vi.w/jA of
C37Ve authorised to announce W M. H. KirMl : .
ball'-I lire hi* wife,Caroline Brevard and thu
of For cIt Still I
Holders demand au adk anrc of as a candidate the ntliee of hherilf nf Jefferson ) 000 A.oiros Land Scituttjle
heir of .
ders offer their stocks freely but no County, Florida at the ensuing october election. _) innro or le., Ijing lu tho Countie 01MudiMiu Jum.May de'J.I'f (Heavy firoeerlw exceptcd) a DEDUCTION OFTEN It lIB Chemical Uuloo of materiaLs, provided by I
to sale I and Jefferson; 1I1Lh a appearing satisfaction of the Court, IlldE".b I'KIl CENT. will be made from the lowest Nature henclf for rendering pure time air we breath. -
disposition press (J. May Hallie E. May,Thonms a May market priwea.Monticsllo itt action In obedience to luud law,
UreadsttifTsand Provisions close drill Advertisements.ISToiice. & FINE DWELLING HOUSE, BUut and the 10..11 of Janie*May arc nmm-rceidenta of the l'1., Mure! 15/1819. 4-tf

with a declining tendency. lIouwJ, Negro Cabin, Sul.le, Gin House aud State of n.rlJ.and that Rydon G. May, reside QUICK, SURE, POWERFUL !

At London, Consols \ quoted) at 65, Screw ; all of the be t kind. In a word, what.,er out of tb Judicial Circuit of Florida. It purifle dwelling, sinks and kitcien| j
and the market was reported slightly more missy be neefwary bpvn riuuUtluu, without hay. It 1 I. therefore CQIItere.l. ord're.adjudged and A Bargain Offered : It r"IDovea1 oSTensive o D URINC my aUeue from the State, tie .\. lug to txpoud money in fixing up. decreed, tbt the 11.1 EnBh ) ,Bailie E.May. '. .. It cure burn with instant uerl.n')',
rtringent. William Purler at WaLcenah, and the 1kv Thoma and (I do and
Tommy une dcnirou of imrchanlnga good PUnta- Muyi Rydon May appear It preveur meat from spoiling ;
The Emperor Napoleon )had (decided'I j C. 0. Fife of M'mtlcH'ilo, are my autliorixed Aifvnls.ASDEIISO.V lion. within a few milefc the IVnsacolit & Georgia answer plca or demur to the bill of complaint\ 600ACnIS: tAW) It make bard water ot tIt
that the t'rench'army and navy thould! bo I PEELTK. Kuilroad, the undenigneil otters this on easy Umm; tiled In this cause on or before the first Monday laA'ovembcr U the but eoMUftii! .

restored to a peace footing without the August 13th, 1829. 21)) tf only rc<|uiriuK part L'u.h,-the baUnce to null the next. .nil it Ic further considered, ordered It tatter boils when forming; V

/"t r..4It:: possible delay., It was generally res.rLed N'O't1.oC. --- buyer, with 8)reellt.llllerett.JSO.) and decreed that the above order be published FOB. SALE IA It soothe boiU 'hen furniedt lOud Lcali them rarIJIy
r W. EPPEi. In some new pui(>er published within the Middle
: ik? a sincere and pacific policy on T it. !. D.\\"I CandUlaU for Judge of Probate, May loth, 1853 6m Judicial Circuit of the State Florida, once a week It relieve lieartbnrn;

we tnrl ,ttho !.mpcrr. t viiI Address tile t'i z."..o( Montiwllo, on for four months, A New and Commodious It cure letter and .aid hfl;
had been tHUIt-"D.A V. the 22th vt Done at Chamber this 24th June Large
, The ZIUoo wiferspo Dot yet Auguet.Augug 1S59. It U good'If tarlHiucw nleer. corn and ourci
V field. 13th. 189. SO 2t Monticello P P. O 0. Mail il J. W A YLKER., Judj*. It cl aBr* th"tenth and puririe the breath;
June 28th. (I2-4mu.) It destroy all vegtital.lt all.I./llmsl poUan .
had announced that ngement. QWiE La @ J QM @ ;
The English njiniitry AVantcd Immediately, c It U the bent Frt-lllmtotluiiever| u..eJ fur.fieshwoimd
would invitation ti tho From and after till date, the Mail
they not accept an t MAX with a small family, to superintend my follow: INSOLVENT ;J8TATI:: NOTICE. *.
i European Congress until the result of the : X*, Plantation business la my absence and do a Northern Mall, every evening except Sunday at 8TATEOFrrUIA, U )ERSJO: N offers for ale. lilt plunUtion It rvlievc la a ft
Zurich conference is made known. anything tuTt comes to baud whenever needed. Ina So'eUxk; I., f TIlE In Jefferson County Florida, seven stings of he.. e., 4'
word none ne J apply unless'h* bi a working Western Mail,at 7 o'clock. P. i BW.-EDWAltDS. Siierit aed AJoilnUraU-r. of miles Emit of Mouticvllti, on time Stag Itoad leadiny Th Ui i>itaU of New Orleans aud Mobil are kl

i FORGED DISCOVERED. msn. and is willing to execute anytlilng without Eastern )1:11. Tuesday and 'rd..t 7, P. M. a.b N. Mather late 'o(Jef to Madison,containing(KM)acre ofCHOlCK LAND t inglt;
t "or pvMon. The generality of Overseen Ot tli G roovervllle Yal.Monday*and Friday at 7 P-M. ferson county), I filed in tb. Probate -11111)< sere of which w open land and under good I''pU..le.corM>ration .hlp-matters/ manufuctaren
.T. Loins Ang, 8.-Eighty thousand present day. imagine to be a disgrace W work vrL Alligator )ll Wednesday at 7 P. 3! Offic, a written suggestion that he believes, that fencing .hll..r. {iliytlvuin, rum .h..d by the gallon at

.floUws of forged government checks were caught with a useful tool In hand. To such 1 a A. BIIADLEY. P. M. the F..tataQfltobertN.Mathes-a. to b 11"1"001 'I'her.I upon the pUee, an exeelleutGIX1IOVSK reduced' ratr.
Scarlet
recently discovered at. Camp Floydd and would say. you ned not apply fur you .D1 not (3f No I", will be inuilvd after the above I Th..rr.uutle.hgve to all persona having wfint I ymtoauul the of TypbnlJiuiii this Fluid it lui Fever been
have been arrested charged find employment ; but,to* workiufr moan. who will iniA The be opeuedonruiuduyifroiu71to t appear and file the .AND SCREW are iiiittgMtcd >y use ; *
two known check the of Fever
pe't1Ql11 exeeut my orders I will P'ya good price. 8, o'tlk.A.M.. aadTruia I to S o'clock, i'. M.W .- same with th. Judje of J'obt of said ""nly.oa to uprwul 1'11.bolJ' I befamilies
with the otr Rce.eo. .. pply early as I am ithout. to me. at uy Plan.latloll e .baU.terarctly to t. above,. V '>r !bro( ,th,.l 6th day Uembr next, when The Dwelling House Is 48 feet by 98, containing and upon plantation it la
tbr miles below Whidden' Furry, ou Aoeilla .- w ill ba a of th. fund Six comfortable Leading PliytieUiuar a.1og Charl..ton1 Co
I.ro.t and
KAVSASDESVEU NEWS. i Hirer. Hotcllo. Mr"h Ill belonging to said amongst the creilltur rooms, w just luuiblo, tMvaauah jugutta JU nU, .Mueon. Clumbua.

CITY (Kansas) July 20th.- JAMES A. L1XTOX. of,at which time Etata Ild a \ Edward*, tJre apply finished in good style. le"II" ,Uontguiuery V bvluu Mobil V and V hew i Or-

There was great excitement created here Madison County. Florida, I EVERYBODY, LOOK HEREI[ of maid for Estate Ms final. discharge. (room the 'AdiulntstratiooTIIOU The !I._ U situated lmm dlately opus the .. fur sole by draggit. and country merchant Ben

by the diacovery ot rich geld diggings near August 13tb 1859 f 26-2t J. The PUoUtloo lie*.South and Suutli-Wast V of the rally f'KIt wbot order art '.utflilly. aoHelt il
CHACE.
the head waters of the Colorado. Hods Tryst l least one bottle; price W ceota., Fol'ow

At: Leaven worth City a viilance committee Plantation for Sale, TIE SUBSCRIBER e KILN OF RICK iurt UnUlied No( braol au. bus Jiii, 1859, 1 Judge 010. of' 1't Few plaae unite more advantageously diroctioiu V )1Ululioe\urad wily In Js the Labratory uDAUliV V

has been organized to break up tbeang' an aotu* tunes earned bat; but real amn Health and Fertility of soil, PRICE
and horse theives the The undersigned offers for sale a [Mire-.aucli a*your ehiimwy should tx built 'V Auburn ..dUi.rarTor .
of robbers tm INSOLVENT
1OTJCE. than thief{ being WELL WATERED, and kwatrd .1.11I Montlcelld,by
II*would fus-tberstate,tbat the** brick arc HARD E8T.ITC au
; U Middle
Florida
Territory. ,Two victims were bong and vsloabU rlaAta containing &Z4TE FLOKUU a. to command an outlet fur.1I ia<. with A T.-M. PALMER,
and would good pavenuat hot of the fia. ) .
..lthat OJ V
of It In DII. otaaUd
B4) (mast ) Beartha k i '
I < acres '
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sufficient information estorted from othersto flourishing village of MontieaUo Jefferson coia tor**, where, niay day, I I is very dicagr.saU. ,_ *-yEiikOj( otTrrr. L j GOOD*RAiUK. fur CATTLE and IIOGti.(3T &rrr a*in K.W port kv
disclosa! all the ramification of the law- ud lauaedUUly on the P.ua oU A Georgia on acevtut of mud. CIIWS3 T.. TA 4 of the Call still examine and, be your own JudgeIf J JAMES W. SKIPPER.

If i* gang and cause them to disband.Xeatuky : ty Kailroad. wid plantation baa all improvemeata ua The lubwriber hop that all who arc U want offotJ EUt of William YWI. of ult ,U. you wish $4 pure!. a good pbiev. it Is offer*J If, .:.J.r.oB*wUJajj |pU. ore, waUr. ete, an-
.ef trtl4a. and
V < . it far PUatstioa purpose} a ewUi, liouM and a trlult el .u their wiggouiatWIM ceased, .file In tjlfl. YrLt a writtea to you > at a BABIUUN t alyxtd can IIAV. it done uu -. *tern lye

a Electiou.Lot"lSTuu bcrew; U well watered aad produce* good crop& much aall th off.far ty .a prcstet vary. 'a jce.t.1ou. b L" P ltt O.. (,V Wihiujauieluheiaedtam with T'Abmr Mr.4l..em4ei l Ia :JII&ll J\.f e J.'D."4*. III1ti'Uw piece* ,flc who.. IeaJitIRtot Prvfim.io Party, tf -C.1
upon
way. : l'rU'dtlt.'lS'L : 10
Aug. 7.-In Kentucky the If it is not disposed of at privia' sal before the V will give (U pee- "-'a tioa./ A Mily-. ,
2a4 Tdsy U KoTembsr .., it will tb. offered UME3 EWOI Therefore, u'jicc U givea to isil. having .}" MACKi'
opposition have elected Congressmen in the JUM Htb U5" elalmssgalnit ad E.tavito M.a t 1l. LwiiNotIc'.
at public .. Im th* *iar raU town. Terms !' .I file tb June 14th 1k 37.(.
third, sixth seventh and ninth districts in acfllJlllJDOdatiog. Apply U'C asm* wkk th.Judgoff'rAmmt* ( _1 County.or V |Xver* nlnJefct '.'the
the fourth district the'result is doubtful; V J. GAR WOOD FISK'8 METALIC B.URl CA8E.8-- hefmrp the Ittb day of lUixh le'l boo lher V A.- umb.cSbl1t7eathi.4l.th.tholrseeOODtare.

the remaining five districts return, demo. I A.u.t 3. 1659. [In) JlontUMllo Fla. -, -V- < will b pvn4U dUtributiost of .! uo blal-I J-AiiJer: !I" Xrime:! the bmi4Jee(.JCJu.-1k q.t1.UJilo$ .l.-
i la* ar < itar* th PeqUt5J $4elMutr
raconoresamea.. : aicP ; of SuItiuOMSuI4 Ppar*
For Sivlo.VHAKDSOlfB IsrkUai .-Taylor. wHl'.pplr Tj EPT CONSTAHTLY ON UAfD. he5 ward Withumsclsy .1t4 .uJ'JI Ik -". co J t
The. Jesilature.! on joint ballot, has a\j IUCKRYTU'GT.'tMcbbu -- II l kia na.l 4. th Admlolstratloa of'' IV fu, Ml* Wy ta* .n4rVB d.' *t I; c.. iJ If. .. lattW 4Ite1. V

democratic majority of about thirty, but eih! mrii'bs.Applj'w .ft Yard about tWwibll** Scmtcf Voaticella. amidaMrthsi.&ugtJti.S. a,!
i ** ,tmtlutfrr ba t: f. rt' Qt""l' 0I'I.7 C"K1 :
The democratic majority for State .. C McC4N7.: A.TLt ea 4. sad .ki fcf \11 CC JtM4. frC

c ers, ring* from seven to ten thomsan&L -ofti.1 I !Nostie.Ui'.4u- t, ISiJ t1t I t) ..' t t ',Ldl Jf ThOMAS lb' ?fYO Iy d Tth, IS *. '(.a 1 ),.4,f frt.u. I q" 1!.3 J't""qUn lOftX LtT311.S If. cllJotn--'prlllt.tUKAB.1W> A. LO-J:,( r


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1 I JUST PUBLISHED.ITALY LAW OF- NEWSPAPERS. 1859. \
Professional CardsA.
.rJ tlUl tlln ---- .. ....., 1 8ub cribev who do not giv express notice to

contrary, are conrfdured as wishing to continue. Godey's Lndy Book

It _ _ C. McCANTS 111. D., TALLAHASSEE & PENSACOLA & GEO. their i 3. If subscribers order the di ,. ortheir ON TCH1I1 ASOEWDAMT-.
;
to Snaik Buki.t Rail Roads
by

t I reptile I long and, skaly knwl I IMICNI HOMEOPATHIC! TOOLLO! ,PHYSICIAN!F'o..Of 9D[ ,) CHANGE OF_ 8CHEDVI.E.. [ i 'W/r @: send them new.papel.until nil the arrearages publisher are may paid.' continue to Great Literary and' Pictorial Year I

their
dadrattedest biggest thing 1 July 16, 1869. p9.1)' 1859.Giving 8. I subscribers refuse or inflect to take
from the office to *hich are di TEAR.VOLUWKS .
they THE
.! ty itself into a double boo B. V. TAYLOR M. D. T. M. TAUtKB, M. D. THE Department having ordered a daily mail a history. of the paasr of the War Portrait with newo".p are held responsible until they have TE"Y.NINl
and ASD nmr-ifiKS FOK
.. : 'ice between Tallahassee and Blograplilcal finely engraved settled bills and them discontinued. rimr-MQiiT
: ." ... .. '. \ VaI1rer'aMi1l of the ordered .
all Btrato again in a the will of it* Heroes, together with the official accounts without THIS WILL COSTAJH
"ORS.'TAYLOR train run on and after the first of January, 4. I subscribers remove to other place TEAl
," itbout winkin or sccrnm PALMER, 1859, is follows: the Btle of Montebno. lleAtro. all Mageuta| etc. Informing the publscr, and tire D..pp.are 1200 aeges of Reading natter. S4 p.g.. ( Musk,
etc. thu"Jacent .
; lYIontlf'ello, Fla., Itly. tent U the are Colored % at
any particular pane On the Pen. & GCO. Railroad : Countries, byMadame roncr plafe they 1 X 8teell'lte"eontalnljg guree
t3TContlnue to Practice ID Co-r.rtner Wp.Jf\ ; 6. Tire Court that refusing t takenewspapers 14 Steel \ :apuln."<> Ar'!
Julie De } from the removing leaving Englng G
LeaveTallalutiaeedsllyst..4 P. M. ofce or ; by nd all
iuscckl J marvelous anuinulel I March loth, 1869. ly Arrive at Walkers'Mill by ... '1", .L8OP.M. With Introduction Inrgerittc them InCle for /_ evidence ofintcntlflnal tlee will be given In 1859. pilcH for which ...
leave Walker' Mill ,. .. .." an by Dr. R pitl a
doubt seven thousand daily at A. M. fud our extremely )low elub
a konsiderable of yeres Dr. Robert Scott, Arrive stTallihaseee, by .. .... ...9.80A.M. ENZE handsomely' bound in one volume 12mo. 6. Th Unit Btatet Courts have also repeatedly rat
\ a The Oldest the Best and the
t t round OFFERS msfrJlntIFrn Connecting Walkers' Mill with Poet Coaches eo deldP who neglect to perform Cheap
thru the tall
)) : D:NIAI67DO; : via Monticello\ to Albany every evening ol the week PRICE 'I.! of giving reasonable noUce .1 rqlire est Magazine in Ain ;
L a cetin up little greeny excepting Sunday and twice! a week connecting And published. by 0. G. Evans 489 Chestnut St. by the POt Office department, of tire legrt'Ct
a wishen they war bigger, To the citiieni of Monticello and vicinity. with Coaches running( to Madison, ,Alligator Baldwin l'hUAelphl persons to tk from the offices, newlpp a addressed Useful, Ornamental *, Itutmcllre.W .
maim miserable devvle March 1. 1'1.\1' 6m and'Jacksonville. to them renders : to the have now several new dellrebb Our llu-

redicklus noshuns and'tIle, War of ISM,"-This )handsome. publisher for the subscription price : sic, of which Three Dollar every
t put C. G. FIFE, On the Tallahassee: Railroad : volume written by Madame, Julie De Marguerite, year. Gardening ro the L < Our Health pe-

of Eve or his unklc, I ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT Leave Tallahassee! daily (except Sunday) and suitably Illustrated with Maps and Portraits Government of the United State p.rtcnt Howtomakechwp.furniture, with Il.

LAW. at. ... .. .. .. .. .. .10 A. M. has tint been pulilWied bv O. O. Evans(the original Preldent-James BuchananVicel'reaidentJ. ; Th Housewife, or,bow to economize'
I wonder how when MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. Arrive at 81. Marks I by. ... .. ...Ll.25AM Gift Book Publish! ) of Hlladulphia, at the low C. Brecklnridge; and conduct a housA The'art of ornamental Hair*
big you was yu April 12, 1869. ly Leave St, Marks daily (except Sunday) price of$1,28 and Is as well timed a It Is executed. Si'crttary of State-Leu Is CaM; Work, with engratlngn. 'Tli.. Hair-how to promote .

Was a inphant about 2 fete long? I at. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .2.15 P. M. The design II to show Italy In her Past and lYcwnt. Secretary of Treasury-Howell Cobb j prer\and keep Luxuriant; and the teeth-
':J 1 Expeo yu was a puny good size, and WILLIAM S. DILWOKTII, Arrive atTalluhawcc at. ......8.80( P. M. 8 that the render may understand on v.lint grounds, Secretary of Intel lor-Jacob Thompson; How t p.nA baratlfy Our Literary Pt-

c L .\ Lived on throgs, and lizzerds, and poly. Connecting "llh Port Coach to New Port on arrival she ban's hi., expectancy of a glorious FI'"re. with. Secretary of War-John D Floyd) Strng In the Country-

I. Wogs and sutch things. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, the of, and which return before the departure ot this through view Europe the author, and hs who resided has for travelled a considerable largely, Secretary Postmaster of Uenvrul the Navy-Aaron- V. Brown}; Something Entirely: New.
Trnln and with the line of Mall Steamer between
Yu hav'm
r.lco ;
are a time now, ennyhow-
In Milan, with the other cities
t 1a Don't hay nothin to do but lay oph) Monticello, Florida, New Orleans Key West and Cubnrnnd; Intermediate : of period Italy,describe place with to which she is great Attorney Genell-ereml"I.Black. I During the year.will)*:given a numle of engra-

y K And etc kata and rabbits, and stio \\7"ILL practice In the Court*of the Middle ClrY point* on the Gulf arriving St. Marks, ed. and personages whom she intimately acquait.. .- The Congress of the United States of a I I. Tings articles that ladies can make up tvr '"cl
> emit of Florida,and in the District Court of on their way to Key West on the!118th :and let or eonolAt fairs, with description bow to Make
L % Out and twist talc. The statlitlc of the various States now engaged in Senate and House of Representative, tLel
yure lung 2nd of each moithand Marks .
at muo.
yure the United ht4t5.Mere arriving St. on The usual
: content of the
hostiitic! ,Are with biographical sketches or r semble at least once the first Mon Lady' m-'
given every on -
$ I wonder if swollowcd their to New Orleans the 15th and 29th year
yu ever a man !, 15, 3859. way On or How to Drew with Taste
-Iy Children'
whom the in Clothe t
each the Sovereigns generally, ild ttcsmen. day December, and also at the call of the **
Ii, ,i Without taken oph his butes. If thar wur month. .f war has thrown Into : great deal or r by Pres.dent to cut and contrive them Patch ."
Brass buttons on his kote I Smith & Vnnn Whenever theedayi come on Sunday the Train prominency mo.cn The proclamaton maker and th. wok sire r"
noose will run on that day to personal anecdote, Is Introduced ,hlch very ? II cODpo ed of two member fron miner
Yu had ter swollcr a lot of buttin- EDWARD connect.]} adds t the spirit and acceptability of the TTom.- each State, which are cho.cn by the Legislature o I Dwl.11 a!1. variety,useful th.
hTTY! AT LAMADISON OUSTOUN. t
Wholes, and a shu-hammer to nock Prcst. A" The causes of the war are fully and fairly devdop"ed. the .pveral Slates, for the term of six W .oe prfcient "gnner.

I( The soalu oph the boots and dryve in 0. H. FLA. March! 29, 1359 6-tf Snp'l. and there. Is appended. an authentic account orthe The Vke-Pi'cslvnt of,the United .State 1 II the I eata\l.ml.nt ot-. th".-,- .----.nw..J..I
,
Ita lf
wa Ul*A tl .n1.nt tmn.lnpln.ln.! flia President of the IK wmcn uogy ne nas "Brodie"will be In :
: The tax, so that they wouldn't! kut yure March 22. 1859.VOLNEY. ly official reprt of tlio various\ I battle i :and chivalrousexploits ;; I casting vote Snte.. given in case of an oul3 I Point,Brussels and Venetian Lace cf every'tan..

1 Stummick. I wumlcr if vittles taste __D_ Garrlbaldi, the gallant Gue/'ril/ division of the votes of the Senator In his ty.
,
I Good:; all the way down. I expec so- hOWARD, lender senor, a President pro temporr, 1 I. chosen)by ab: One hundred pages of reading, will It given mon i
4 l At least, for 0 or 7 fete. We notice that an introduction to the work Dr. Senate. I' tlily.
:
ATTORNEY AND COUNSE1LOR LAW Rail Road Notice. Shalton and Editor The House of
I lackfnxle. Literary Foreign ReprntUve U composed 01 r OoJey's splendid 1eel.!
4 Yu are so almitcy long, -shud thynk QUINCY, FLORIDA. fTMJE attention: or Consignees nf goods by the Tal "The r. (Phlldelphi) very warmly eulogize member from lvfral State- 1eted by thepeople London, I'ari', Enlulng Fsrlone--.Gul. fJ

I If yule tale was kold, yure hed ap20 10 tf : JL Jahaxsce A" Pensacola A" Georgia Railroads I a it* ," exellt10n. for two )'fr The Rerlentatvel.re. dy's Four Five,and nix figured colored fashion. I
A of tho Book and handsome .
r Woodent it till the copy a present portioned among the Pattern .
Embroidery Model
no next
day. respectfully called to the following rule diferent JtAle. Cotagn. ,
:
-- -- --- -- -- will be sent by mall,post-paid upon receipt of f 1 28 population. The to the We still continue the
But it is hard tu tell snaix present rtIo of tbwe
is snaiks. accord
1. :- <. .; >. Business Cards. Rule 9, of Tallahassee! & Pea. and fur A the book Classified, and 21 cents for pge new apportionment, is one every 03,. !lr deljW _luLI"at1. b..t.
'new Catalogue and
fffc tt Oar natural Boundaries Naval Officer's (Georgia Rail Road Co. with Inducements to .igcnts, be sent Or", of 680 lulll each 283 Stte making the whole number serooking-With Diagrams tt cut If.
J \1 Dn'8 patterirs-Jnfsute' and Children ilresMs
Ir Definition., ,
I 1 m@ J'E lm1t D".1 @ }'reIKht.llre payable. in cash on delivery of good application, The compensation of each member of the Senate I with de.erlpt1oshow to nlk th nv All kind of
The following story, in the New lIamp'l. and storage/ will be charged on articles 1 ij Ing Addre., 0. G. EVANS, and House of Representative Is |30<)0 per session, Croueli IIIJd Netting ,,' t c.,

shire Patriot, is from"the Pen of ex-Presi- :HOTJS33.:: after the follow lug periods: oVer. SOtli 439 Chestnut Street, Phiadelphla.Ia or 101)00)) for each lollgel and f D for every twcn Te nurse and the nu. )'.-Very exet-IUnt, art!.,
July '
1889.
I'
( -dent Pierce: -- 2".t ty miles of usual road, In going t I upon these subjects' w ill unel be given 't
UXDERSIONUD HAVE RE OPEN To Consignees in
TilE Tall"hacsce..3 days. and returning from the seat of Government. '
; Capt.-, of the United States Navy the above House and are now prepared -. ". within miles cia depot tt days, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. The number of Electors of President and InvaltittbU Kteeiptl 'po.tftry ..irjwe.In .

il t was equally distinguished for his proficiency to accommodate the traveling public. 4 ..r. .< u .. 9 dnys, rILDELl'JI. President, under the new \Ice. the various nuwbl'j fur 1859 will b found tie i
Ii in seamanship. On one occasion, during They have, recently repaired the house and furnish- over 12 14 days .Benevolent by I.'n- SIX, of whom 1611. apportlolllent wi newest designs 'cvrtuln < !
Inelltio. ulabiJJ nxrial ereo
cd it with neatani comfortable furniture. Their laMo glulse, bonnets, ,cloaks, .
1 : cruise in the Mediterancan Tire Government nf the United Is Ilpp" caps \ drl"-
a : : he so Tills rule will ttiatitt/ar /, States '
acquitted will be supplied with the best the market affords. beatl'lctly adhered to, and |..rties : a,1 Ji.tr..d. ) represented vs, } *hraddreMe hair drvMlng, roles
Ministers
J1 pjflielej with Virulent and by >
Ic himself Plenipotentiary at the Courts or r .
induce sending for Vuttatet.fTUIE
.1 I as to some English and I Every attention will be !given for the comfort ofguest goods are requested to comply therewith 1'idric Great Britain de Chaiubre brides'dresses, drvMcs, rII.a
C I French or the goods C..Dllot.e\ ,* HOWARD ASSOCIATION In view France, Russia, Altrla Spain Bra- "arrl./e ,
of
officers who delivered the nmnllllas
were engaged upon New SUbles attached to the house. nil, and Mexico and walking dresses,
E. HOb'STOUN:,! JLnwfuldcfitrnctloii of human life caused Sexual ; by Resident at the La\ll.nioriiiug
l. similar service, (cruising) to tender him a The head quarters: and office of March 29. 181i11.!) etC Sup't. diacacea nnd, the deceptions practiced by Court of most foreign countries with which this I drp.
the the Send
dinner Eaxtcrnand yllligator Line upon is in your ordt>rt as we expect our list for
-complimentary evidence of mu..b connected ln.
as an unfortunate victims, of such country by commercial Inter-
rc their of his nf Stage kept at this hOIl.e.-_-- diic by Quacks sev There were also in 1888 1B7 and 1RS9 will reach 150,1 iou cfaub'.eribir.g
directed
skill. veers their cuur.
appreciation professional
JUST ell ago
The PUBLISHED.LECTURES Consulting Surgeon, Conlul is
r4 Wage for the East leaves Mundiiy, Wednesdayand CHARITABLE as Commercial Agents from the United to Inl)your money dirwt the pub
At the time designated, many were present. Saturday uighU; and for Albany every bight, ..... ... .. a Am' worthy of their name, to in foreign countries and 21 *8tt Oiarecsand ,; lisher. Those who send largo umountH had better
Customary courtesies exchan open a Diopenwry treatment of this ohm of end drafts, but notes will
were being except Sunday dlOls in all their forms, and to give MEDICAL .4A1 Consul and Commercial Agents from foreign au."or I drafts cacnut bu
-cd and BLACKBURN &
international toasts and sentiment SIMMONS ADVICE GRATIS to all who coimlrii-s in the United procured.
were being liberally indulged in Monticello Fin.. July 23. 18611. My.TIOXTICEtl.0 a description of their apply by letter, with The ,my' of Minister Itlte.. at the following Cash Iu advance.One
-
accompanied ; Term .
( fed
by corresponding! potations, when one [f'@rfl iTtg[} ][ [}Dl @[PlS@9; h.Mt of lifn, &A.)and eoudlton. extreme age occupation,,, salaries\ : 'Great Britain, $17.110; }'allc. $i6ooo;;
poverty '
* of the officers IU her Majestl'uervico hav: (PlS@FlaQ[ [ ) [J:{]@ rglS[ BY TIlE I I MEDICINES FREE OF CHARGE. Russia |12KKj( ) ); Spain, $12.11; Au.trl. (12.000;;; Three copies copy coo one)'lr.,i'T f il. ,o copies one year .(6
It!is needless to add that the Association l'rloll" $18.000; Urali. $12,000; $12,000;; year
ing become somewhat oblivious, remarked I FLA. REV. HUGH STOWELL BROWN the highest Medical skill of the command' China, ; 1lxieo. Five copies UI'C'' ,.tlr. nnd MI extra ,vJ'y to thperson ,
aol ober
k age will furnish f1.0 110,00. clot
: with characteristic sending ,nrnklni 'is!
fl'u.
,
brusqnceness: ri HE 8TBSCR1BER RESPECTFULLY: IN&ftl 01 The Myrtle Sired the most approved modern treatment. I cupics
" "Captain, I have but one great objection .L foruis his friends and the public generalJJJX Chapel, Liverpool The Directors of the association. In their Annual JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. Eight copies one year, and an extra copy to thu
.i the
i- to your countryman.: ly that he continues to keep open the above House, FIRST Report upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, ex Chief. Justice nf the Srrpreni.Court-R. B.Tlnf. person Eleven sending copies one drib, making and nine eOlles$1 IS.
t and I IA prepared to accommodate and SERIES the highest satlpfaction with ,, Associate Juticci-Johrii ) John year elra the person
l permanent press IP
It "Ah I" naively said the Captain: "what t success 'hlch lc"all. Cntron sending the club, I
making twelve
tr.iiisclcut buartlue.XjiVOX'y. lies : conic-, $Su.
attended
ir! the labors of their Surgeons John A. r
is tbat 1''' the cure falu.1 Xc.lI. (1111'11.Jlmel M.Wayne The above terms jumiot be deUted
from
With a Biographical'Introduction' of Spermatorrhoea. Seminal \Veiikness Robert Nathan CiliTurd.Governuicnt no Dinttcr -
1
Uouorrhtra how
? "An insatiable desire for thc ,, by >ullic. many are ordered _
nctui.ition Glee
: JStetlolG.; the vice of ,.
I Syphli. Onantfm or Self Abuse,, And the
.of territory." Then becoming excited by connection with the House DR. R. SHELTON MACKENZIE. DII..e. Kidneys and BI"rJer. .. and order of riorldn. .any of the only above magazine clubs Is that Arthui ran ..Inlroou.ed into

'his subject, he continued-I satisfied tea Published under a special with the : continuance same plan the EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Oi magazine.
am mf-In b.rgeandeouunud. arrangement te ensuing e or more of that work can b.. Includfd in iluu
Captain: there will be no end to it." Stable: where horse wUl be well Author One volume, 12mo, Uotb with a steel Po.. year.The Governor-Vaulmn 8. Perry.' in the place of the L' '. Book If prefi rrrd.SjxcM .
trait. Price directurs
.. t "011! you,"quaintly and coolly replied el.ooOPJSION that their luliuri. ,on in a this m lew Hjiliore. of the of (past, feel assured effort] Secretary-F. L. Vileplfue.Comptroller ( Clubbing itit/i other ."[ugazill.

the Captain. ALSO, HORSE) AND BUGGIES OF THE ENGLISH PKES3.: have been of great benefit to t'i: cli-! Treasurer-Charles-T. W. Rread. Ood)"' Ijidj's Book and Aitliur's Hutiic .

'For God's sake, when ?" emphatically( always on hand for the conveyance of travelers and "We have read Mr. II. a ly to the young and they 1'0' resolved to devote Uejji.ter of- H.uiltn.S. Walker.JUDICLVL both one year for$::1,5n.! )1."lIz.t.
Browp's
<<, 'enl'l red the officer. others, to any portion of the country. and to hire much satisfaction Mr.Brown: knows Lecture wit)Ii themselves with rcneweil: zeal, to this very linjxir-. I'ubll LII.IO. Cody's Lad's.Buuk and Harper's mugi.zlue both one
"When the by the day. C. BLISS, to'the how to spea tint and much ilesplsi ri.rsr.. 1llnIEXT.'l'hnmaillltzdlhicr year for $4.Cit.Oody's ( .
responded people. He has tl
'I Captain preserv. April 8, 1889. [7-tfJ] 1-roprlctor. nost every qualification ii An admirable Report on Justice; Lady's Book, Uurpor*' and.11'
/for It if or
II ing hill we from his llline.
judge It'rmllturrh"a. Ell
"we
reach may
equanimity priut.etladlresee.- ,
natural
our There Is maudlin : 11111 Weakness, the t Ice of 11'lIt, th I r'M I1uuu 1 iigeirrc.; onuynir. ;.
.\ 'boundaries." [Robert Scott all I. healthful no the sentimentality breeie about him ; .bi t 1 or Ser.Alm", and other) diseases of the Iaturbtull.. organs B. 1 I Orsn. f .taao.1ntoJui't1ees; Thellovlblheoll)' \e ell.luh i.ith Har
on the hill. There I ill
"Will M. .
1 p' you please inform me where those no clap. he 1 I. both by Conairltlng Surgeon will be sent 1 I'apy-\Itorncy Gellerl per's M'lpnzlne.!
trap too honest
'may be f"' interrogated the English officer, WHOLESALE l E S AND R RETAIL for that. There; 1 I. neither a Pharisaic and scorn too of enrne vice,p i mal receipt(in sealed of TWO enveloiw bTAMPS), FREE for OF) CHARGE\, MIDDLE CIRCUIT. of The the diL'tul..rlplllnin muuoy must av'v,IT sent at one time fur any
Other
: Ju.lge-J. \
effeminate
pootajjc.
sarcastically i nor any apollgUlnir for It,but a wise look and { Ya3lea nlkr.
.
thoM who fcpru Trlel.on the nature of r Solicitor the Brhlth I'ro\Inc"., a ho
"Where r" the on sin-degraded Ire..lmelt tend
said Captain assuming an -DEALER IN- I* his brethren. II C disease, .. -1 It"pbel"COtXTY ,
i .111. are pub clu. r.Ii:1 cents extra on .
'. inimitable speak to thu "pevplo almost* one 'F conll4lty.h..IDg OFFICER-5. every \
r. mannor, "from'b-.I 1 to the Aurora ( themselves. lished for gratuitous dl.trlmt"n, ad .Ceutti I cr, to pay tlfI..rlcall j.ut..gto the linen.
from ,
E .4 i:; Bercalis: ouly high level; and though he use the r the afflicted Some new reniodiceand uieth- Judge of T'rirttc-T., J. Chace; Addreu
,. I"1 dally phraies, yet acquaintance with our honielooumiou ly 01)4) of treatment Clerk of Crrrrrt-.Tohir,
"
,'" ..- I discovered during the.luat year,ar S Wet; I. GODLY.;
sense proverbs, and
tt : Ten of Abolltionim. employ them telling| of great value. Sherlf-/. Edwards; S23 Cliittnul-ilieit. Philadi-lr'hia.
is ; ly. There Is no affectation of extruordin iry "con I. AIdressforReportortreutnient, DR.J.SKILLIX' A.r and CollectorJaiiiM I). Morris; -- ___A ___ _J'I. __
!I" All I
fur
tho "
not gold that shines, and the loud. cern poor.or their"souls; but there Is Urn HOUGUTON association County Trea.rrer-A. H. McCsnn ;

Mint mouthed philanthropists and reformers real oiunly couceru which can alWd to dispense No. S South ACIIII 8url..n.loward, Pu. Coroner-Samuel Crrcl!; Tho Z.aci'For :

Homotimcs! cave In when put to a severe calm with profession brave and to expres itself chiefly 1 In Ry order of the Directors. Surveyor-W. II. ; r1J''f.\jlt U'jl 0 1 / '/ l 1

practical test like the following: The proverb) "Much and len.\lv little earnest eudea\"un EZRA D. lE.ltTWEL. PresX CommIssioners-Calvin burrs, A. H. Wilford, J I. I ". (! ." :'
wo"I. S.
cry ) you marexerileln C JXJFAincJIILD.See'y.April Walker W. C.
PL1 Jw
'I had all. Tomas
a brother-in-law said hlscnst".
Mose Per. Ilin desire to benefit tit 0 12. VOLUMES
m kins, 'who was cue of the raveuiata, mad- people partly shown.by.the iialus with which heoiioeu II J -- .-- Iv XII AND X1..
,
t rcddi8t-hottcst abolitionists you ever saw. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, ana preparo*me :.talhtlc. or vice, poverty, The The C Charleston EDITED BY 1'. \RUl'R a">D MI is. \n' IMJkI"

JI k! I liked the peaky critter well enough, and HAS last received and will keep constantly on may disease preach, Ac., to in the order that his ell-marshalled Cacti: Temperance Crusader, Mercury, TO\t ,).
uudcraUnding.
: a FRESH 131't1gB The genuine
t t .. should hare been glad to see him curn to supply of his e.rll.lneB I. by the A Political, Commercial In announcio; the Volnmn vf I lie Hump M'g.-
l elncA and I tic
see mo and my Wife, if he hadn't 'lowed 3VIoca.loli3.osi: : with whleh it toils highway d."errulul of comma REMOVAL TO l\nt\ for I ISM), .the pu.ashcr cuciiot but reter iv .1.) "
THE CITY OF ui nifiiant
, ATLANTA rary Aewspapcr. fact ,
his tongue to ruu on so 'bout niggers midslavery PERRJM1RV.; sense He has no recourse to reckle.unJi"'rlmll' ;, nearly t cry)' other littt-
tiu .11.11. I'UBLHHCD D.LYXD r. periodical tlecmutry lo.t junii
too Till-WEEKLY. !
strong ,
I and the cburie. exaggeratiun. ;
duty over-thl'owingthe PAINTS! ', CoiuidernblyOLrcvilcvtioxa ?uiidi-r the dep Irell,1.
:: OILS, : foi' hlin ; would that there EllarJ'd f The Mercury CM'IIJ influence tines.
Constitution were 110 gives o
of the United States, nnd n I daily reports of tie lulLcl iC Magazine
distinctionMnlehefaithfully luc""d
il
touches beyond
lot of other things some of which made me DYE STUFF, AND Ices yet you never reo that the censor the won mm ; and Marine eonioenIii lutdn""e., > tho> In Charl5tol. IIJ o any Ir.\loul vcar' A fact like a drul"lwu! no cum

; m.id, and the best part, of'cm light .tick. I Fancy Articles have..course theta prurleut Imagination.; hi".lr Thex.- : Clurlestun. The Weekly leading Current siaports is of t1world. !.,- niciit 10..1. foe I'MsH; and only remark on

I'" puzzled my brains a good deal to think how He will\ aUo Sunday, u/h.ru..alecture./ are not "trmon.-. inteiiddto TIE CIU'S.LR Uing a State Jouruul rather with much care, anti ( Irle.tb.modi reliable nlJ.sour--u 11 irucnL'Lj, ; I it: !1.:. : keepo PURE AUT1CLE of BRAN be. In them he .i l j rq!f. a magazine li
-I, could make! him shut up his noisy head 'bout DY. W1XES. Ac.: KOBEUT SC01T. e.I.1 but grapples with .uekunw I- tlll paper, ohool.1 uiitiuiuil.lv.] : bi Its connection with the "Awociut-'d Preos" in=...i, |" t.at lij) to both>r and.of ti. ptuiU ,
nil; 'Ii. \Iiilet'ienlngthe of tho p"l.n.he.at the most oils\iu1itv, I the hitost Lv ole parents' chlldrtnu .
:
-abolitionism. .March I 1,1859. e\'e a. a" luttflligekieby Telegraph and the true .iiul welcome
Cm real friend.
of tll.e.l'Ie"
whattheirduifv utters thananythingtl.il
1..11. lite too oileelluUI4 a.1venez-s. bv
th tn
**<: row Et.r-opo. It lies anablttand
'Wall, one time when brother-in-law nnd showing what it tII..Ucr. I l.js oeire.J eince tire initial number ,
1
. ml :ht be, ho'ii never fur 'superior t. .m\ .other pla.e, r. ..ci.mplished rcrr<>*poiultU In London v cut forth
'- come over to stay, an idea struck me. I't' JOSEPH? M mmm ashamed of,the G.pc of l'hrl.1 nor i-harireaU I ral.tleuilt., th-ou, b lit l > ii.Su.., e"| tin' v.". ,I mm rnnnettrd. "' tire LJiUrial> btait'of(f a the gtiitle Lon I orial Our magazine will continiu under the Jm.
with) 'I
1 hired Dig..er to hell' me at hn'illJ? timo. ,, !iiupressiuii even eemlllj let 11.1 go away with tl. an.II..JI.) (.''U./enr f Ire Sr:." ', In 1 .,. Tiiiirs,) and replur CuriupondcnU iu New to I't' suptr>LJon .Il..r.r< and 11'1|acrft continue
.
He the ,> tlso. and not the kingdom I I move our olee thlt city; hence the lust "j, York, and lIrgcy sutplied from the tlou' pcu Othir ,
Re3Veat
was biggest W..hll.IOI.
strongest, nir Block of l is The .
: greasiest Wahlungton Building,-(Corner of heO\'el. the tlmt thing t be soiifht. In Mr. her of the I" scries lor 18.9. "' be ivued monthly New York Fashion lrvala. abi'tt' ,:.11 aid in L" produe
. ; ger you ever 8ecd. Black I he was Llac! :Second and Mulberry :StreetsDEiLa : ,) Brown weliavea man who, we khould judge ean that [mint' early in January 1, utue\ letters on life in Washington 1It. weekly Ing a periodical v.l 111 I. clgel, to led a wan
& h er than a stack of cats, and jut as shiny as afford to go ,hero any clank-sof (!oj'screaturcar t"I'Ihfr with other improvements. In favor of readers. .d.lloOI attractions thai no other w' ;.< 8 broadly to .

't a new beaver: hut.: I spoke to him. 1WAOON': : 0-330. do"e.l.le. fur I.e U strong and bill strength I I., The Literary' Department will .. .llarg'J// tides, froni the h.I.lv pen who literary no supply. Beside the Liter. )- .
.
tho ( cltlewl occupiesperhaps as hmtofor. iu each
5 L 'Joke' says I, 'whcu hear the break IS- hol--JuNIA.CAi"i",Spictator. control of our popular Editor and the highest the aULcJ. .
you
5'k' ? i fart Law Medical bok. w 1th a splended gift, will he. L.I L. Voazey and Mrs. Mary Bryan. -of men of the South among literary A MOTUE.DEPARTMEST,
boll School
riiiif, don't and Miscellaneous E are discriminating and .
a word but sent ; -
you bay by ml. |>ost p.iJ upon the receipt of one do w hum) will reside In Atl"nta I Attoution is comprehenive. DEPARTMENT, .
paid to all
come right into the parlor and bit larand twenty Rev. Jno. matters of gener A .
right lli3@@n& fcnt ( K.) one of al, BOYS' AND GIRL
A RtynoJsOI the most especially those in refcrenca )
A eon.rn. to the Plant TRE.\rR\
.
-down new
1 the folks and Catalogue of Books THE :
among cat your break Blank Book with (1.i6ed e.t Gn. a'"mpl.h..1 pantln South will continue ing and Agrioullur.lluleretl, and to the TOILE .
current
c to TAE
*
Stationery .
fast. The be our
Drawing
nigger's eyes> stuck out of his .Aftnt ,1 Itrell A l'IILl.. news of the day. Great care i II taken that nothing
1! beadabontatctf'You'rojokio MATERIAL. dc..te. 'ppleltol .ddr.U. and With "aDt41I of a city locution. 8 central, shall column which should be exilua- .AS 1TORL\L DEPARTMENT. _
(3f A\\ orders promptly attended to. E\.XS. I'uLlMier. of such craving importance as AthviU, we ed 'app..r family circle.
mas1a, says he. .Sl.h.nut SL, I'laiadelphtu hope to publish a p.ix| which shall The Reliable Colorrl ansi -
1859. Political
81st.
ilay adequate
to creed of the
: ly )1 Mercury rOuhc Plate
e 'Jokin cnm .ttn Hi -
sez J,_'I'm sober as: a deacon.' July 30th. 1859. the great demand of th. temperance cause and at principles or the nunoeniiio > .-

'& J 'j>ui,' 8ez lie, 'M bU&UI.' have nine 10 WILL BRICK-LAYIN6 AND toe was tIme supply toe want via proajraeal Lit the Virginia and Kentucky |Iarly.lald down in Fine Steel Eugla\ng. ,

; myself and change my shirt.' .. .. .. ... ...PLASTERING.. ... TAKE THE CHEAPEST7VlaoialtlEitlao33oj3t. erary Many Journal friends' In of the the South 1799-the Sovereignty of the State: a 10tnd L.Je an almo endlvu tl"t
% 'So much ruI.lpr predict that it sub Construction of Cn. (
the better I. \ the Federal Constitution
: ; :
says Joseph ; by
U
O. Tay1or ;. scription be doubled th.
Wall, breakfast came, aud so did Jake if ,\1 d"rnl the ensuring General Government the Agent of the SI.te; Free leedle1Vnrk Patt.rii
: so thenuit
year .
- M j i'I1rOJo l !! rn.G\ I weekly nearly Trade, and an Economical: e 7'f'
Administration
I
? and he tel f
set down side thousand homes. To i> the
'long
my brother iu- 1 ) ESl'ECTKULLY iufurins th, fully relu.1 this will require General It. 1s In word
s4 citlteni of JelTerJL Tte but GOHrlllent policy the union ol a the Ibme
? Daily
law. lIe Evening a slight elfurt
staid but be didn't Dispatch on the Iigezia.
a word. \ and part our b.
say son adjoining counties, that he continues Will that effort be made IrlenJ. S.telu maintaining their right nameiutiIree; ..1 aU that its .
There wasn't no mistake about it. $'hut w carry ontheabov" bll inca in all iu branches, promptly-earnestly beauty oC tn"\hi..TI, 01 emb.Utme"t and

your eyes and yu'd know it-for he was' aud would be pleased to receive a ]portion of the Pl'BLSUE EVERY I ia-I\, BY i>f Subscription December will price be Atlanta.$1 Our Go.addrcs, after the first TEBMS-Payable i Advance. any Moine ot Ba Und In eJc.de by _n

loud, I tell'on. There was a fust rate putruuage of the publie. Ornamental work done S. A. All communication should be Pailr,per annum. .. ... .. .. .. .|10 'h I uirhol Miss the eoontry _

chance to talk] abolitionism, but brother-in iu in as the good style as can be accomplished by any one ATKINSON 1.ldre. ta TU-Weekly. ..... ..... ..... .. I 0 0 to learn tbu le will T01A.i b pld
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State Entire satisfaction 'is .SO. JI eUIICl.
t-i law guaranteed in .",00 per Anuiiiu. Clubs will d lumber a new I JUI.r
never opened his head. .i as fellows a\vc.
eii'rv ii*m!, and work done on renanuabla tori,,.. Proprietor. be1 : "
.,. 'Jake,' sez I,'you be on hand at dinner t'iTH.. will likevUe superintend the nuking and The Cheapest Paper in the South THE NE PLUS ULTRA CF3UCaol3.ln.eja. I 1 }Five topics of the .........440' 0 \"aitundSee." I
I the :
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; time ;i' and he was. lIe had been working burning/ Brick.' I contains the Latest General News ew1xig: ,, 'hel'pl.The name.r of no Tr..kly.. .. .. .. 20 Q To t.continued
in the May 31st, I85il. t ; : Charleston w ill thru six or
meadow all the lj"y the seven
forenoon-it was as contains Reliable THE entered no our books. 01
I. I Comniercid; News PATENT LEVER SEWIXCi MACHINE. unless the payment of the Ylgaznf. I.ve read aumbn
hot as hickory and bilin' pitch-:and but w contains all ; MAMJKACTCKED BY subscription' be mad Out" l not bererrdadd J
the Telegraphic News THE GLOBE .ad\lnll > l will! orders o cf r the LkJ
I leave the yet to your imagination. STORK It contains the ; ..MAXLTACTUBLN'O PANY. from without the city to publiJi .kr Cur tem r1elle that I
HOUSE Congressaonal (
News
'%VtiI, in the afternoon brother-in-law In short. it is made ; .839 Broad*,'ay. .. York, Marriage notice, or Jhituane, h Ad\rilment,
of News less the cash TRR..1LS.
from ,
T up all May be or an 1
1 bull come in up hornet to me, madder than a short-tailed For Sale. Quarters derived from the Nails and the Seing truly regarde, who as the are"ne Y Uunij plus' ultra"to find of company the order.acceptable Money mv City always reference be. sc One copy 13 tor one year.U i; Two for ouycar1
for.
time' Four
Wires and Carded at our risk in ; .for cope .
Machine h'ch cvpL
a i Is registered
3Iose THE riTDEHSIGNED UFFK1M: FOR SALE through a large number of capat of doing kind of letter AU additional U.
said he, 'I want to speak to you.' "" Uriels. Sewing for Tailor and Uouse-wive any vita a C3rrostma.t *r* anthorUed to wt t. rate that Is. subscriber.above four, .t the
'Sing it out,' *ez I. adjoining J.I.. ..kV.. P. Martin.Store House SlECLL CORRESPONDENTS. faction heretofore unknown--.houlj lot no It., \ ettainieg- euUcnbfn and ourj.lt1 the And''1.28 per annuw Whe twef 1m.sub 1

'1 have but a few words to he '-rurterlD"apnly Telegraph and Mai facilities of AUjuB.give ordlllli one of the Patent Lever which by lending a* five DriiI orwrJA rbe"entitled .nen\the reUe up te club ,
say, sex ) It 1hb. .I
material .uberLer
' t".f. advantage distributing ainilkr with *A0 enclosed-or' Fn '
but it that 'ere confounded T. DUDD the occupy* position .Sew IrlwecUV Specimens I addtu'6P1 ot TMsga
nigger comes Surviving Partner the late firm Lt *News; and no Evening rfurIJI.he.Nn. log Machine that a Patent Lever Witch and whir 'U soIoseJ. will .ntitlad to lubribr Jlt wish to "l.
the of ( b an a
. I to table again while I'm IIt;rvt II' here WM. BUDD t Georgia and the adjoining Stt.Twelve hour body ko..lu value) Ouplo every pys: or. if pr.forrea. may retain C I or me up cM.
twenty
JR.. 4 BRO t..n Leplne or
I'll dear out. advance of other mdi any d of the per
VontiMllo.MaTU.18sa. 11.110I any _ot. ratl.kb ."nt pyt for their tr_ ubl. ..nA_ ._ Clubbing with other
n
"J ate ate hia supper uai oi nt ia the 1l MI.Dk. te Lk looks Ul or U. .u Magazines

I,% t l heard kitcbio my, but brotberia-Iaw from that day open to tnU bit I never bead I JOB) WOBK The Weekly Dispatch, not th*I be ripped b ed., t. "br.Stu.whch Id W cury.In authorized. of South t clt Colilla.4lbL already BO person. due wb.teve(the Mer U year Homo 10ma 36 llagaine Magazine sad and Go"l Ldyl Book. G" .I

PTBUSHrp TEET Magazine
I TTESDAT
about aboCtiooiam. n OI\R larI ou
When the Fugitive cu the 6tai, Mv. Samuel 136 year
resp
Slave Bill wu passed! I thought he'J let out lprnT a OBrto: n. One Doa and Fifty cts. per annum. at I hud a dollars t upwarJ hprtf." sold Ur Agent to make eoUetu.D E Bor procure** 1 is our new reg. n".lIagzh '.Goe '" Lady's Bouk. ;,

, ,eorae, but be didnt j'oAs knoufd of Five sewing IDOi rind lul .- pr.Ig. Hl ;
that Bill Heads BlankCards lYoeee,. or More, '1. 0 I'atot Lever In %arieioa nelear.,6! <
Jaitj teat ttlU working ON tAt farm. Labels; eODllu Thirty-Six 1.u.wtQ ) forwarded t any part coun Mr. Jame D. BuJd. connected be ( JC,Magazin.tor Ui.present
I Reading Matter 0 te With th. offic year
i sure
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... .. lAnl.E.s: in addition to eumu o and | t.. tki r c ipi of I rotten who ha* *our regularly authorUad collector snyotheype-lo4eal t.ae copy before lubrWr, f
1p to -
Veto. News of th* and th GIe AaciurcetioaailreluU. I power receipt for moneys now due
day Prioe
Brpxs: Tr rr.--The French Medi- &c. Current ed ia I .It the Address
' ; U U eontaiaa 11 every town and village the UIiaI PSt K'1** 'for T- S. ARTHUR&
I ('31 Gazette hUtee that Charcoal has been Ex* uted with BMtow and aa attractiv Yr.ty of pleasing iliscellany and Canada,to sell the above o Stf S"bb.and U .fto bWnc" I 323 Walnut CO.,
t. dispatch u the offic ; together wIt ; ad Tales. nae &De ly ote t u.ae urgent St.. Fhiladelphia..
cctfently discovered to be for sled advantageous amigm reaed ow due -
a cure burns. 4 t *
of the Family Frka4.ar ." Sketcho Poetry. Ia a word Tb. ) th* ln at ear
Uy laying a piece of charcoal on the burn, Paymmt rtytonj nOli dehtm-* patch U emphatically. Sontisrs n Pi.Lc.- p ri h! lQ oln who u willing sobave th* 'y U.pr 1 doing they b111* 1 tl.- THE Q n o -
f amount
the pain ubei4es at "nee. :Monticello, Florida icorI.3 hlc'Horn ilewipaper.Address ft' : c&Uv agener. MaBofactariog rmo p.t th&rro l. elllvllollt to tire rrlipl C. E. L.UU..fla L0. .
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$ .ut t HI Br.d., :c'ftrk thI .,,. ( R. B. Ill, JR 4ri Weekly COllltT, la ,the Flortd.a Poltil 1..lppr.' publba. !-

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