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Title: Family friend
Uniform Title: Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.C. Cobb
Place of Publication: Monticello Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 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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I. T MONTIOELLO, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 10, 1859. NO. 30.


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lxientl L "I"So. I will meet her bravely: -like :a man I" TAtE OF ODD-FELLOWSHIP; OR WOO HAD 'EM AT LAST. Tan DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FRENCH AXI A GREENnon ON IHR LOCOMOTIVE.Mr. .-
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tlt.ln1niIu: his love went I out like and left him sitting there, MANS CURIOSITY.A A young mat from the rural districts: wentto AMERICAN BRANDY-The Chester County Snodgrasa jr., has been scouting a-

EVERY SATURDAY. feet. lying a shattered vase at his lodge of I. O. O. F., at Woodstown the post-office the other day, with a hank.l (Pa.) Times U responsible for the following: round at the West, and some of his!! experiences '.

I'UDUSIIED- I found :Miriam before determined to have their lodge room dono l bill I. for a dollar's worth of postage stamps A gentleman of acquaintance wishedto aro rather amusing ; we make an
her hair. her mirror, arranging up clean and nice : it was resolved unanimously lie was told that paper money was not received purchase some brandy, to be used in extract, as follows: -,

Terms. face She turned her gleaming that Mrs.. K- should be employed lie went and got it changed for sickness\ and called on an old German liquor "When we got to the depot, I went around ;

Then payment U l made'In advance. i... .{2 00 towards ith me as 1 entered, nnd it was to do the job. Spanish quarters. dealer in the city of Philadelphia, when to get apeep at the iron boss. Thuuderation "

If payment It delayed three months. .. .. 2 go overflowing love, hope and expectan After the meeting adjourned, the guar "Wo don't receive them now for morethan the following dialogue/ ensued : it wasn't no more like a boss .,

-. ( (kUydhsixmonths.. ." ".... .. .,.i .,. 3 00 cr.U Is it and cheerful dian, who knew the inquisitive characterof twenty cents," said the clerk. ,.ft' "Have: you any imported brandv-genuine than a meetin! house. If I was going to
.. I bright below stairs ?*' Mrs K-, procured a billy goat, and The countryman thought; Uncle Sam stuff?" describe! the nnimule, I'd say it looked like

she asked quickly placed him iu a closet that was ai a rcsivoir mighty/ particular, but again went away, "Very good praudy. Come and trink -wall it looked like-darned if I know

A-dvefrtisiiig-. Quite beaming," I rcpled. for the secret things. Ho then informed and obtained dollar's worth of coppers. some claret punch ; dat. is goot too, ten what it looked! like, unless it was a regularhe

Advertisements Inserted at the rule of ONE "I am so glad. ," she continued] in a joy. the lady ot tho wishes of the "N owl" said he, on returning to the office tIle redder ish hot.'V devil, snorting tiro and brimstone out of

DOLLAR per iqunre, foV the first, nnd FIFTY oils tone. "What long journey he will lodge, and( requested her to come early the nn CENTS for each subsequent t Insertion. have this freezing day I Oh, I nm f o thank- next morning as he would 1 then bo 'nt delivery "I guess I can suit 'ou." for a sick man." all around, and pantin and hcvin, and swel-

fS: 'A Square it Ten lint, or leu.JE) ful that nm Julstrcss of Ashbnrn, that I Icizuro to show her what was and what The man inside looked at the display of "Come and try the punch. One vriend 1m, and chewin up' red hot coals like theywas
Xdvcrtisements Banded in without instruction as can offer him.a resting place." wn not to be done. copper, nnd cooly replied : from Germany peen here. I see !him not good. A feller stood in a little house

'Ho' the length of time they are to rune will le conInueS I stood beside her w here I could see her Morning came, and with Madame\ K-, "\Vo never take mo/c than threo centsin pefore for many years. We peen tricking like, fcc in him all the time, but the more
ordered and tile beauty in the mirror, ns I have seen the with her broom, \brushes tubs Ac. copper at one time ; ills not a.legal'stew do punch. he cot: the more bo wanted, and the more
sntil out, charged above pails, ,
rat sunshine lying afar on the hill. lied scorn- prepared and armed for the job and found der above that sum." ** '- "Como and tell me about the brandy. I he blowcd and snorted. After a spell he

rates ful lips, dark,j>i iJeful eyes,glowing cheeks, the guardian; waiting for her The countryman looked at the composed want a little of the best in the market." kctched him by the tail, nnd great Jericho!

ow oir ". ,. and waves of raven! hair, braided with Now, }latInme," said he, "I will tell official for the spaco of a minute, without The old gentleman was a I the mellow-' he set up a yell and 1 split the ground for

Will be made with Advertisers npon the following! gems. yon what we want done, anti how we came stirring and then belched out : just enough to make him talkative ; and. the more'n a mile and a halt; nnd the next min-

terms: 'MiriamI', said: I, earnestly! "I should to employ you. Tho brothers said it was I "Look here, you-ain't you almighty visit of his friend had so warmed his sympathies uto I felt my legs a waggin and touud myself

1 tqiinre 1 year,. .tuoo column 1 year, $ 40.00 lik&-to_tell you a little story while we are difficult to fret body to do the and kind of particular, for fellows backed up in as to make him very communicative. at tho other end ot the string of vehi
any job
2 1" 25.00 11\ i" MOO all alone that cles. I wasn't skeered, but I had three
30.00 I" 100.00 } something weighs upon my not be meddling with the secrets m that such a jail as this 'ere ? You don't take .
.3 1 .4 mind about-about a friend ol mine.. little closet ; we have lost tho key, and can- only three cents of copper at a time, eh ? "Now, my vriend, you wants goot pr n- chills and a stroke of palsy: in leas than: two
: t] ':Yearly advertisers will here the privilege! ,of, She turned and looked at me with a curious not find it to lock tho door. I assured Well, then s'pose' you give me three 'cents dy, and I sells( you goot prnn y. Dare ish minutes and my face had a curious brown-

%"change Quarterly, only_ If change I h desired more glance ; then she. said cheerfully and them that you could be depended on. worth of stamps, anyhow. -** some prandy I makes myself,' nnd dat ish i ish-yaller-grcen-bluish color in it, which wasperfectly

.[frequent, extra charge will be made quickly: Depended on ?" said she, "I I The official very politely' cut him "off Dare i ish some I bought in New unaccountable. .
QBTBiuineM Cards occupying a space of not 011, I understand ;'you.. ro going to can. My poor dead and pone husband guess single stamp,andjasseditout: for which' York, and dat is slu-sip prandyt. Dare ish: """ell," says I, "comment is! snper/faow .

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,IBS: DOLLAr.ComllLl1ukattenlof.'\. old friend; Of "1 horn you used to 'penk.- 'Anti-Masons, I don't know which, used to lIe was about to pans: away when the latter ish vorvgoot too. or car, as they called it-a consnrned long: t

a t'CTS01lJlcl.araeter. insertedin I bowed my head in silent !1cquils! (, :- tell me nil the secrets of tho concern and cried out : iv "Did you say you made that lot yourself steamboat looking thing, with a string of

this paper, wifl be charged as advertisements.jyTr Then I commence 1 in :A low "ocl1-lllaymg: when he showed mo all the marks: the gridiron "Look here, you !J'1 "that ore is one tune.. ? pews down each side big: enough to hold
.nel
.advance to adorn her loveliness. me how they fixed poor Morgan\ nave," on 'cm. It i.s made of J'f'l'I'a best whiskey. boss hollered twice and! started off like u

--- -- --- The friend of mine is very pi ond.- told a living soul to this day j. nobody;? f> Uncle Sam's clerk); was n6t'so\v] iu discot- "Whiskey I I don't want any of your infernal streak, pitchin me head first at the stomach
Three years ago she plighted her troth to a troubles your closet to find out i your?'coq cling that ho bad caught a Tartar.: lie' concoctions made of whiskey and of a big Irish woman, and she gave: aU'"> '!"

tlrrletl nttrI brave: manly lover. They both joined ('rotsiII I do, they'll lay there tilj\ thpy-rot: turned. back to the window and asked : called! brandy men,i us! grunt and then ketched me by the
hands And into lice nnd "How have ?" head and crammed me under the seat; and .'
stepped together -tIer"ill. "V many coppers you gQt (Old gentleman solemnly,) "It is all made "
tho world lie, with a glorious future "I thoughtso,", Said the guardian "and! l only about ninety-seven of.'cm: ; of whisKey, my vrit-pd, and dot ish the when I got out, and staggered\ to another !,

stretched out before him, u hopeful heart, now I want you to commence in It. I hat: cor- hundred of'em whuii I begun. reason why do VWnch prnndy i.s not so seat, the cars was jiimpin; and tnrin along;

and a soul full stepped together into life ncr, and give th6\wbolo room a decent them in," was the gruff reply.} Boot/ as Boot; American prandy. No prnn-, at nigh onto forty thousand miles an hour

and of noble aspirations," cleaning and I hIm pledged my word and "IV out your staumpa fast, and then Iwill dy ish distilled. from w inn anymore ; it ''jlt mid everybody was a bobbin up end down :

"How like to Mm," murmured, Miriam, honor for your fidelity, to *your promise! ( ; but 1 rerun you "don't ketch me a- not possible. to make it slienp enough forthis like( a saw mill!, and every one of 'em had
pride flashing out again into her eyes. now. don't go into that .closet f1 and then gain." market from wine and do American his mouth wide open and l looked like they

Jle went abroad," I continued ; misfortune left the lady to herself.; -:..- 's were passed out, and the coppers people do not like tho real prandy\ because: were laffin: but I couldn't hear nothing, the

came upon him ; and that I ripe' No sooner had she hoard the sound oti handed over, when the, countryman day are not used to it." ears kept such a racket.

luc olIs future turned to ashes in his grasp. his feet on the last step of the stairs then'\went off, saying : "Did that French brandy is not liimeby they stopped all at once and

I Still he struggled on ;and when ho had conquered oho! exclaimed: : "Dou't go in that closet I H,S'poso becatis! a follow holdrf office under so good you as our pay manufacture? 'Wo import ten such another latl busted out ot them

destiny, and built for himself another Why what on'earth can there! bo in that ,, Undo Ham, he thinks he's 'ter'hnil some brandy from Franco lo wo not ? passengers as I never hears before. Laffinat
and a fairer: instlo lost his. right arum,and closet 1 I'll warrant there is a piggridiron creation ; bM\ I guess they larn't somethingthis me, too, that's what made me mad, andI
became miserable thing.". 0, we import Monty prandy to please was as mad as thunder too. I ris
a crippled' or nomcnon.scncQJii3t j like tho.I.ntlJosOUs.for \ time. -Eotcetl, JVetM. up.I1n.1 ,
Tho hand that braided those shining trcs- all the world I'll bound.. I will just ... .. do rich people' but it Uh not goot. Iu shakiu' my fist at 'em, nays I, Ladies!

i I AI'M trembled < iolcntly. Tho face: in the takd'ono'eep! ( and nobody will be any A COURTEOUS: RETORT. Vrance, le prnndy ish marta of potato and gentleman, look a hear I'mQrce-

mirror assumed a softer ul'l'essioll-tho wiser, ns I eau keep it to myself.",. A local minister i it England, who was whiskey, and dat i bib not HO goot as do corn apical!ranger"and annytime dern train went
tender for disinterested labor and whisky what we make into prandy here!" like if the small wan in town
,
()fs grew darkly: Suiting tho action to tho word alto stepped distinguished pox jerkin
]truken hearted, toil-wonl, nil grown lightly to the foibidden closQt, timed ready wit, devoted several 't'arS01' tIle hint ... .. me down HI the scat again); whack, }like I'd

oil with care, ho riturned to hid own home. the button w bich was no nnoner Bono than part of his life to gratuitous labor in a populous (GRNnT AND LABOB.-Alexander.IIamiltori ,. been thrown from the moon, and cussed

Ho came to me, for he dared not meet that b-a-h went tho billy-goat!, with n spring to town about three miles from his"03td. I once said to an intimate: friend : Men mouths flapped open again. I put an air or

old, withering glance of piidc-that regain his liberty which camp: nigh njisct- once, to which plaoo ho walked every Lord's give me some credit for genius. AH the magnanimous! con temp like and took no

1 1e *cornful triumph of slli: <>u and, beauty, ting her ladyship., Hoth started for the Hay morning, preaching three times, and genius that I have lie*just in this: When notice of 'em, and very naturally went to

ill the face of in[ nt whom he had: 1 110 worhipped door, but it was filled'w ith implements' of then walked home. On ono Lord's Day I have: a subject in hand I study it profouu- bobbin up and down myself.:

RO adored with love exceeding all house denting old all wcru: swrpt: clear: morning' as he walked:! along meditatingon ly. Day and night.it ia before me. I explore :. ....+.- ---
trains! :' In width and heigth ami power.nshorpiide ." down tho of his sermons for the day, ho met the parish : .
; from their position to bottom it in all its bearings: My\ mind becomes A GOOD Tnnfo nt THE STORY LINE-
\\ then, so mighty ?- the stairs. priest. prcvaded with it. Then the effort Some years ago, a Cinciunatti paper re-
her woman's nature HO much less ?" naked The noise and confusion occasioned by. "Welly ," said the l'eYCrence.to1 which I make is what tho people are pleas. ceived and printed the first chapter of what

Miriam: in a voice made: husky witli-lmlig- such unceremonious coming down stairs S:1ppOlO you,:are on your.way to your preaching ed to call the fruit of genius. It Utho fruit appeared to a most: thrilling romance, in .Y
natiifr. and l fear. Could! IIhe-l1nJ'd Hhe ilrow half the town to witness Mrs. K-'a ngaiu ?" of labor and thought.! the expectation of being provided with the

tling him from her, who had lie once brokenhearted dwelt efforts to get from under the pile of paiN, "Y 's, sir," was the modest reply of tho Mr. Webster once replied; to a gentleman concluding portion a. they might be need., ,
in herheart I
/iire-cmmiiieiit tub, brooms: and brushes in tho street humble minister."It who him to ed. The chapter was very ingeniously .., .J
: pressed speak on a subject
') and :alone 'in the wide, pitiless! i is high time government took this .
Who should bo first on the spot but tho up ot importance "The subject interestsme written, and concluded by leaving toe prm- .!
great ;
world l \l'"Shois rascally door keeper who after releasing'tho subject and put a stop to this kind"Dttrav, deeply but I have not time at cripal character suspended by the pantaloons '
a woman ? I replied, "her goat which was n cripplo for life, and cling\ preaching." Pr'Rent. from the limb of a tree over 'a per
heart is true and lining, but her pride has other "They will have rather hard work, sir,"" There sir, pointing to large pile 0
uplifting the rubbish that bound thogoot pendicular precipice. It attracuod the attention
his table
"is
ot unanswered lettersto
been to her weond Felt: She fears ou a pile
ever a minister.
replied tho impcrturable
woman to the earth, anxiously inquired [ of the and inquiries
press, beganto
which I before the close
the Weld with its tmecrs nnd jibs, I Irate: 1 of that tho must reply of
it she had been taking degrees ? am not very sure rejoined bo Lade concerning the continuation1
promised: <1 to go to her-to prepare her for "Taking the tli'groM ?" exclaimed tho priest ; at any rate, I will see whether I cannot the session, which was then thrco days oft:) of the fate of its hero. Day after day the
I have time the
I not to master subject sons
this n.1'Nt. :Iii lain, how shall I counsel inym-lf.' '
atop
lady "it you call tumbling from tho top you to do it justice "Hut, Mr. Webster, a fow victimized: publishers looked fur the remaining
her 1"Miriam
the bottom of tho glairs "I judge' said: the worthy man, "you will .
to with tho devil i WOl'lll1from chapter in vain. They never came
would do much
shook back the hair from you so to awaken
: waving after taking things by degrees, I have: find it more difficult than you suppose Indeed hand. had been sold
to
htr brow and turned her face: I ye I i public attention to it. "If there be such Finding they ,
regal there is but
upon them, and if frighten folks as bad as : one way to top my and the
yo ye in words wishing to put a stop to jokes
: weight as it is
me. It was lighted with noble and womanly but there three my you represent
up have nnd hurt them boot I'll'nl preaching, arc 1 to stop
ways
me, to I because I do not allow to their cotemporaries were cracking :at their
myself speak
lose, a deep, dewy tenderness. I on
make noise yours"
rant much I did.
they'll ns
as concluded tlius
Tell her to go to him nti.l'pour out at I hope you did not open time closet "What, fellow do you mean by that?' any subject till I have imbuded my mind expense: ,CHAPTER they briefly COKCLCSWX. :
his feet all that depth' devotion: which asked his in with it.
madam said the : a towering
door-keeper. reverence passion.
To holdout I ) I II I Demosthenes to After hanging to the treacherous tree
lies so rich in the heart of woman. once urged speakan
the closet
? Kve the
her him and raise him Open ate aI'Ilo'"he a great and sudden "I for four weeks, his pantaloons gave way, and
hands,: to up to I was forbidden If want a woman "Why, air,* replied' the little preacher emergency am
land beside her on that high pinnacle of to do anything tl'lllll'r you not to do it, with tho most provoking coolness, "why, not prepared,' I am ont prepared: ,' said lie, Melville! rolled headlong over the

wealth and estate. Tell her that of the and shrill do it certain. I could lint stand I sir, there is but ono way: to stop) my preaching and obstinately refused. yawning precipece.
lie l fell a distance of five miles and
heart of life love in the dearest throb Tho law of labor equally: came
great the temptation. The secret was tlll.ro-I that i is, to cut my tongue out. But binding on
down with the small of his back
within it. It is beautiful creation and genius and mediocrity. across a
a : there three to for
wanted to know it-I opened the door and are ways stop yours; "
stake and rider which
oh not to be dashed aside.. fence s.9 Jarred >bi tu"
lightly out popped) the tarual critter right into take\ your book away and you can't preach; -... t
my : that liew
I burst. into I the door compelled to travelia. Italy tor
tears, pointed to take from awl A
I and cried ('tee. I thought the dc\'illm.ll11e, and I your gown away you you THE PRESIDENT J). 1000. his }health! w Lore J Jie is& presatresiding.Ito .- .
: daro not 'ani take from
broke for the btair with preach
I the devil ; your pay
.. butting Tno boy is now living who will be President U engaged in ; business
I I "Miriam: there is a despairing nnd fell the tub and won't preach.: ne butchering ,
I heart broken man: sitting by j our fireside mo trot every down jump-I the stairs: as you over fouud us-all, and in you The parson' you vanished of the United States in 1000. lie h Mid ithef;.'nerpf a Urge family: of chil: .
It i ill Leonard. about ten or twelve' vcars of agp. His parents drcu.
ittrrlt tl1.flinu. a heap i I
She started and Ml backward again.it I hut, Madam," said: the doorkeeper A GOOD STOUY.-An anecdote worth are hutabln circumstances. b:. of .......
chair. The gush imperial beauty. flowvl is told of who hill storing! ; } traits of chart and their son
| you: are in possession j of the great secretof laughing over a man: an NUMBER ONE.
away from her face and left it colorless.: the order and must and bo in- "'iuiirtr.'fy t' as well as an appetite for Mt.ll. ( is not QSo 01 those dirty nouy boys, that
go up Oue hour lost in the morning
AMD: [ by lying
[S@Wi lf"JSJJ ila Then, with a firm stcp.and graceful name spend their days and Sabbaths
evenings
:
aced sworn, and rido goat ill the rfrularway. I lie was: anxious to keep np his character in bed, will put back all the business of the;
ty she took my hand: and led me out in 10 ." for honesty, even while his favorite in idleness and rowdyism. Ou the contrary,
We were sitting by the firelliJe-J.eon- the broad hall, down the great staircase enjoying; he is of a serious! (,38t. is very studious, and day.
"Regular !I" meal and whilo bill with his
and and I ; he leaned back in bis wide and across! to the door of tho room wherehe and y exclaimed the lady ; making a and when withal is well behaved. Teacher, weigh I One hour gamed by rising early: Li worth

arm chair and I'ahis; feet. bat. Her brow was pale and! cJri! : r, Let tarnal do! you suppose I am going: near the buck merchant turned as thohtory the honest goes, his! well your responsibility I The future pres oas month in a year.
was
and ride that buyer slipped
IIow can I h-'pe to win her now," he band did nU tremble within mire I without place bridle again saddle ?critter No a cod-fish under his coat tail. Hut the. ident may be in that grammar emu that One hole in the fence will cost tea timesas
a up
,murmured looking down at his rammed Still in the wide seat hero I had left never! I don't want or lady's nothing to do with, garment wax too short to cover up the theifi you think scarcely worthy of a respectable much as it will to fix it at once.

.arm w ith :a bitter defiant glance. u She, him the fire light shining vividly around him, the man that rides it, I'd look nice perched and the merchant perceived it. respectable attention. What boy of all One diseased anima will spoil a flork.
.with her glorious beauty, her regal pride; sat Leonard. He arose when he saw us, I "Now said the anxious our readers w ill lay claim: to this distinc; Ono unruly will teach all othersin
on a billy-goat: wouldn't I ? No customer to .
: BO far above in* !lOb, uiy love has: : so a id took a step(foward into the mi .idle. of I'll nigh it no.ne'er improve all opportunities to call attentionto lion !' Recollect the future President is: company bad tricks ; and the Bible says,
never. again
compared! me about with its strong arms, tho room. I could have fallen down anti hall nuther-if I can go it or your his virtues "Mr. Merchant, I have traded not found amongst the Sabbath breakers, i "One sinner destroyeth much good."
prevent no lady
has sheltered me under its shelving roof, worshpiped him as he stood there with noble shall ever join the Odd-Fellows. Why I'd "ith) you a good deal, and have paid I the everyday idlers, the evening rowdies One drunkard will keep a family poor
that I feel like an outcast-homeless and yet attenuated form, and his adoringsoul be promptly haven't 11'" I the blasphemous, the vulgar, or amon and make them miserable.
sooner a gridiron long fire could ,
as: as: you np
lost forever." standing ou the threshold of his t'YCII-I be kept under it and from "Oh. Yes," said: tho merchaift "I makeno those that love and make a lie. lIe is not Ono wife that is always telling bow fine
I looked up to him as he spoke, and lie looked ill and sorrowful f but a conscious .. cellar, with a halter, pulled and garret of old to complaint." one of those who pride themselves as being her neighbor dresses, and bow little she canget <
a pair
thought of the time when he had pledged dignity of manhood hung about him breeches and clippers,just as dear "Well, says the customer, "I always insisted Young America, and despise the authority will look pleasant if she talks about
my ]poor,
his troth to Miriam by that same shining like a cloak. ,. I hu.bautl115! And ho lived over it too that honesty is the best policy and of a father or break away from the something else. :_
,
fire-Ught: when his mauly beauty fell on Miriam leaned heavily upon me, and I but I never could live over such another, the best rule to live by, and die by," gentle restraints of a good mother One husband that is penurious or lazy,
like when he she trembled like He took i : .. and deprives his family of necessary cons.forte .
bun a rapid sunset ; grasped: now an aspen.j ride a< I took to-day. "That's so," replied the merchant, and II
in his vigorous hands: such noble pictures another step forward anti spoke to her : ......-. the customer turned to depart. "Hold on "Sally;" said: a green youth, in a venerable such as their neighbors enjoy be. is not
of the future. Now without even that Miriam, I have come to release you desirable husband ought to -
,
white and
friend peaking of I have bit of hat pants,through which!
honesty gray
Parson I), was a truly pious man and at ; a U thingIn
future to call his own, poor, maimed and from the ties that bind you to this wretched advice to give hislegs projected halt a foot-"Sally, before One good newspaper one /good
useless, he had come back to the old try- and maimed btiuj -the shadow of my.sell the long graces which usually followed the you. 'Vheneyou come into this every family, and-- '
tide 'ere
to had better we to the En.
again longer museum see
go
broken in health iu : I here to forever." meals, he and the whole family reverently you wear a One who don't take a good'paper;, and'pay
tiling place, hope, in am give you up I coat, or steal a shorter cod-fish." chanted [Hoi se, I want to ask some
fortune and oh I more deplorable than all- His voice died away in an agony of anI I I knelt except trie parson's brother, who, ... ... thin.'" you for it, is an unworthy citizen, and disregards
I being o'er lunch fat usually stood with his the best interests of his family
He his ;
in love. to regain
not rich guish. assayed courageous
even member of the Mississippi Legislature Well, Ichabod, what is it?".
back to the table and overlooked the .
Leonard," I said, rising and leaning and manly bearing ; his love omnipotent, gar .. e '.
at one of the late sessions introduced a bill "Why: you see this'ere business! u guine
I'* my hand on his chair, "J am nogoingto a supreme, loosed all the fountains of his den. One day-it was favored summer time-the to change the name of a certain county in to cost a hull quarter of a dollar apiece, andI As sample! of the coolness of railroad
see Miriam. heart will be wept most bitterly. parson was usually ; not appearing that State afford much for conductors, the Harrisburg Patriut and
can't
to Cass County. One of the to spend so nothing.
He started, and a flushed anguish came I With one bound she readied his side tt) notice the fidegety, movements of his moved, as an amendment that the opposition Now, ef you'll say you'll have me, darned Union tells\ the folio*'iug tough story :
wh6 ,
over his still beautilul brow, lie grasped -with ono wide embrace of her arms she I brother end kept minting thanks about, until letter G be stricken out of the proposedname. ef I don't pay the hull on't myself will!\OO ." One ot them having been dischargedfrom
bis
j finding to he broke
no in
made circle of love about him with be reinstated.
hand convulsively. a one made committal which hu trust,applied to ;
uiy i Tnis motion created some laughterat Sally a non reply
"One moment he whispered ; "one burst of tear the rained a heaven of light I 1 withCut it short,Parson-cut it short, the of the member offering. Icbal>od interpreted to suit himaelC and You were dismissed' said the Superintendent

Moment and I nhill be myself again. I can and hope devotion into his crushed soul.- I the the cows are in the garden playing h-1 with Nothing expense daunted, however ho,arose in re strode up two steps at a time, and paid the austerely, 'fur'lettinlC your trai-

not meet her thus. Through the veil of her jeweled hair I saw cabbages"A ply and said : "Mr. Speaker tbiii is the whole on't. come twice in collision. *The very rear
He bowed his. face and the light brown her fuse lifted ny in divine gratitude, the ... .. first instance that ban come to know -0-- son" said the other interrupting him,wby'

curb fell in a oloud About it,concealed the lips moved as if in prayer-the bro&d man down east has invented a machine ledge in which a member has had my the assurance An Irishman was accused ot stealing a asked to be restored* Ilow. so ?-

outward struggle. 'Then he raided bi* brght brow wore a halo about it like a golden to reuovate old bachelors. Out of a upon the floor of Any legislature, to hankerchief a fellow traveller, but theotter I Why, sir, if I had any doubt before all to

head and spoke calmjy ; band. good sized, fat, greasy old bachelor he can propose to name a county after himself," on finding it, apologized to Pat,and whether two trains can pan: each other oa
1 am ready now; I will release I departed silently, and throughout that make quite a decent: young man, and lave e. .. said i it was mistake. .*Arnh,my jewel" the same track I am now entirely satisfied;
that vow which cannot be otherwise than happy lay repeated truly and earnestly I enough left to make two small puppies, a A negro being asked if hu master was a ; retorted Pat, k it was a two sided mubtake I have tried it twice, sir, and it 0..11-'& 'be

f irksnme to her proud spirit. Su t sluJI nevI i Of ull the great hurt of Lite. Love i is pair leather breetehes, and a kittle cf I Christian replied, II No, fir-bc'i rnnjtf r you took cie lor a. thafe, and I took you fora done,and I am uot likely to try agalnHe -

I it know, the agony:; It rest me to give her tlw dear-: throb: within it." soft soap oh Consre.s"" e intkmm. to jejrained his situation

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The Improvements in our Town.It very neitf\ paragraph: you go to work, tion, to wit, Minnesota: Oregon and Kan- DEATH HEAT most IIYDnortromA.-We are near

f iltc amito lYtcmt, lie Intoib IwjiiiV.V U 1'111)surpl:: ) f\ing what a vast amount and unmercifully, and unjustly, criticise the sac, the vote of New York will still and lo Pea one- every summer doomed to record one or

*?J S-l/ of benefit the Railroad has done Monti-- supposed position of 13alt ell and Holland.' fourth orone-firth of the majority: ,:, more of those most awful deaths in which

.." ---:-- -- cello. Twelve or eighteen: months 'ago, The best advice wo can give you, Mr.\ Editor sylvania one-sixth, showing the impoitanca the Kins ofTtfrrora assumes the appalling
:. Hon Jefferson Davii. in Presidential: elec. hydrophobia., Some four weeks
of these States
everything was quiet and dull-tho in regard to this: matter, is derived every
Louis Laclere
Thin: distinguished Mississippian: ii notUUng ago, ;It Frenchman named a
lost Pennsylvania : -
tion. Had the Democrats :
w to submit to the rule ot a Black! Republican Bound of the mechanic's hammer was seldom from that good old hook-the Bible : defeated laborer, was bitten on the arm :and wrist by

Administratio: ::. h'al'l-aI1l1 dur streets were! comparatively (which we are in hopes you occasionally: : in 1850, they would )have been a dog. About four days ago, the first

In address lo the Democratic State tr* F+ deserted.\ As was remarked by a pcrsure,) First cast out the beam out of and they have no stronger security or better symptoms of the horrible malady, he feared

Convention l.ef>aiJ in conclusion! : friend, eighteen months ago, if a person thine own eye, and then shall thou sea prospects of success in 1860. We extract began to manifest themselves. Iis employers
Our-countrymen have 4w > paths before of the conclusion of tho ffarahft' article : }procured his admission to city
tad middcnly, waked from n long sluml)3r clearly to cast: out the mote out thy
up)
them, either of which -majority ot tha is and divided in hospital, where the best accredited remedial
and did' notknow which of the weekit brother's The Democracy split
State and of the people are free to choose. day eye._ ... New York and other States-it is demora measures were at once studiously adopt
Tho one leads by the way of usurpation and really was, he would have supposed it The-Aurora--u. Borealis lised in all. If it loses the State of New ed in his behalf. Despite these, ho stedily

tortuous construction, through discord and -- Sunday. Hut; now, what a change has come York with its thirty-five ,votes or if it loses grew worse. For the mos' part entirely
which
fivilMrife, to the destruction of this best r. It. TILDES Kdltor.Moiifcicello o'er the place. Amid the noise of the The above phenomenon, our Pennsylvania, and with it New Jersey, conscious of his gradually became
h*,pe of republican government. The other citizens had tho pleasure of witnessinglast William II. Seward the helpless prey of a series of terri
and of Illinoisc or Indiana,
t through peace and prosperity! by the perpetuity : hammer, the jack: plane, rumbling week,: was observable throughout the or will undoubtedly, take po.ssesion of theWlnte ble spasms, which hopelessly increased in

; of the institutions we inherited, ---....-. -- : wagons, it is almost difficulty for us to whole! country The Superintendent of the House on the 4th of March 1861, intensity nod frequency. His agonies were
mounts to an eminence which looks down write an intelligible sentence. Improve. destinies of tho United States ns ii an internal: : fire were censuring him-
SATURDAY MORNING SEPT. 10 1839. Canadian Company's lines, that in an and sway the
nn continent of equal, sovereign confed- be the order of tho ) says In calmer intervals when water
ment appears to day, 'cn'n in telegraph for the next four years, ifnot for eight, and b
Mated State. Wc are near, lielicvc, to experience of fifteen ) working offered him he would search the dipper
i is
i and everybody seems to be attempting to for the rest of his life. There only one:
the point at which that: selection i is to be i l-'on CiitKP JUSTICE: : lines, he never witnessed anythinglike such result; and greedily gulf the draughtttpon; tfUkh
to a ,
excel his A number of new thing likely prevent
made. Our fathers feared the convu'sio-i' r 1 It On.: Tnou.\s: DU.TZEI.I. neighbor. the extraordinary effect of the late that is that Mr. Seward, in his Rochester spasmotic closure of tbe glottis and n sense

which the election of n President ould I I buildings have been completed within the Aurora Borealis. Ho says, well skilled speech, having declared it to be his settle. of mortal: strangulation, as in lock jaw,

produce. The next generation regarded: FOB ASSOCIATE! JUSTICES : last two or three mouthy and many more worked for hours endeavoringto ed policy to divide< the North from tho would attack him !and bring on the fiercest

Uie apprehension as unfounded ; to us, its i' HO*. D. .'. 1I0LLA D. are it: the course of erection., Col. Dilworthis operators South, or to compell the South to" change features of his madness; 'Ho would start
nalizAiion! may he appointed,because to us I pass over the line four hundred words, and the
no N. ..osl I'n IIIcCAIITR. having built a very large dwelling house its institutions by force of arms, if not otherwise violently snappinglyat bystanders,
it has been reserved to witness the organ and finally had to give up without accom the southern States the giving vent with horrible contorted features-
finished be beautiful may accept
which when will
ization of of "' a
a seeking the possession -- -"- -- --- --
party plishing their object. The wires were election of Mr. Seward as tho determination to noises resembling those of furious dog.
the government not for the common good, Mr SACIIE, the Excelsior Ambrotypist, building, and quite an ornament to the The is
surcharged: with the Aurora Borealis, toa of the North to enforce that policy, described a heartrending
not for their own peculiar benefit, but ns has concluded to remain in Monticelloj; until town. A few such houses as Col. D's and recede in a from our and stocking in thecxtrcme, release
degree than that of February, they may body
the means of executing a hostile ,purpose Wednesday: nest fat which time his will bo, would embellish any town.- greater confederacy, and erect :a new southern confederacy him from his tortures on Sunday
towards when it shone the
a portion of the State The ffuc- 1852, throughout night
cess of such a party would, indeed producean place will be supplied until the 28th inst., Some of our citizens are also busy, making both here and in England.: ot'their own ; and there would be night.-St. IA'if Democrat.
his Mr. Potter who is for facilities for the no alternative left the ruined North but a o-
amusement
"irresistablo conflict. To yon would be by washer, now preparations
Broderick
in
of the Mr.
The following account PLAIN TAIK.- speech
appearanceof the end of'which
IJr'sentfclthe will you allow\ the operating in Tallahassee. of the hundreds who will ,'iMit'ollr bloody civil war, no man I
question said Senator Gwin the
constitutional be this extraordinary: phenomenon, we find could foresee. In that event Seward would at Quiney, was paid
: chvtgedinto the i These gentleman! have concluded to per. town, when; the Railroad ii completed.Mr .- in the be President of the northern half of agent of tho Pacific Mail Steamship CompanyT -
of
despotism ot'1\ majority f Will!! become St. Augustine: Examiner Saturday : only
the subjects of a hostile government you mnuently locate at Tallahassee.: See cardin :, Stephen Ellenwood is finishing a verybeat : last : the Union, if, indeed, the sober, second In reply, Senator Gwin said at Shas
.
.or will you, outside the Union, asscit tho. another! column. building for a billiard: Saloon, about to thought of the Northern people, indignant ta:
.. Althougl quite common in the Artie the he created would not drive "I shall speak plainly in regard''to thisstatement
ruin
had
equality,the liberty and sovereinly to which you were boro ? For myself, I say, as I saidon J5: ?-:On Friday evening, the 2nd inst., wo understand has two or there billiard regions, and. higher temperate zone, these him from the White House, and seek a'chief ot Broderick's. I say: it ia false

a former occasion,in the contingency of we had the pleasure to Ii ten to quite an in. tables ,the from New Y ork.- lights arc seldom seen in this latitude, and magistrate of wiser and more conservative and that in uttering It, is a calnmuin-s
: 110'0on and intend fasten
the election of ft President on tho platformof tcre ting address from the Rev. Win. E. way especially at this season of the year, and counsels. Some of the followers and organs tor : 1 to
Mr. Gilmer is having: built a "Ten, Pin Seward explain that'it heo mly by con these charges to his brazen front with
Mr. Soward's: Rochester speech, let the Hamilton, $:\ tho benefit: of the Young we doubt if ever before\ to such an extent, may steel and there hook
Union be dissolved. Let the but Alley," and also another billiard aaloon.itr. .- stitutional means their-leader intends to of ; they allll stay .
not the gnatesl of euU come."great"For as Men's Deldtiig: ; Society, of this: town. ITh Ellunwood! also contemplates building and degree of brightness. The sky was deprive tho South:xof its institutions. [Applause] is language that a

did the great and good Calhoun from w horn remarks were Appropriate, eloquent and : a "Ten Pin Alley," So that in the shapeof clear, and the silent: luminous, and. tremu But that: makes: not the slightest differenceto gentleman will understand. I do not know

is drawn that expression of value, I love instructing.: We were very much pleased! i "billiards" and "Ten Phi'," our citizens lous wave, seemed to eclipse in its splendor tIle South ; :\n.ll\ would, perhaps, prefer whether Broderick will or not [Voice' V *.

and venerate: the union of these States, but with tha'puggc'tion made: to parents- the stars it was covering. It appeared' solution by war rather than by tho actionof 'Good."jTrt.tin.tp] '
as well a's strangers, will hare: an abundance I
in
J love a majority Congress. -)
liberty and Mississippi more. that h'wai incumbent themto clothe tl o >hlti: sand hills of the beach which tyrant
,
a duty upon',
h _..._ 'oC.nm.nscmcnt. The fall elections in New York, Now Jersey :--The mo-t \road\jrfiil r-
HOMUIDV;" 'furnish every possible moani: that would, ""I.,."Town property I hams b.increasing in value I mako the night horizon of our harbor, and Pennsylvania, are, therefore, evidently chievement is reported, by the telegraphic
in tho least tend the advancement of with,II.. dream like, and strange combination of involving this of
It becomes our painful duly to'"chroniclea to for tho past twelve months, and is now great political importance, intelgenco monin: working 1 ('
brutal murder in our vicinity '.The'circumstances the 'ollng-mIl1 proposed that a suU'icient aim o-.p,Tuoori light, and fire light mingled with perhaps, the very fate of the Union telegraphs extending a distance of

were these:: On the evening sum of money be raised to purchase: : Li- at high figures. This advance is owing! :i r imoke..' Certain it is that even by a peaceable! accession working a line of telegraph, extending: a

(,the 24th int., George: :M. Buckley, w1 osu together, to the vast amount of busiueai'that 'eso' ascribed electric of the Southern. States-:if tint were dilltnc of about 300 miles, byatmospher.io
brarr.r.-- \'e hope this suggestion: will:! bj: 'fh. ,phenomena: :are !
residence i is about six miles! East of tnia city will: be attracted here upon the coml possible-New York, New Jersey and cleotricty. alone, which. we understate. : 1 to
become enraged his! wife., and commenced acted upon by onr\t, til.en.. pletionof the Railroad. It is f mdmagnetic operations, and influences! ; Pennsylvania! would be thrown back half a 1P

tirade: of abuseHis\ fither-in-hw, -----....--- that.tno\ counties of Thomas and.I.'te'l- the n'todus; operand, is however, as yet, a- century, and the property, in those State'

George W. Goodwin, remonstrated and Store at-Station 3. moug tho impenetrable arcana: of the Physical wo ild be depreciated fifty per cent. Theii

endeavored: to quiet him, whenhewasirtadjv: 'j!rWe. call attention, to tho ndvcrti.ieniont, and. portions of_otheradja'ent counties of world.\. JIl.the .ArL1ic regions these present commercial connection with th<

the target for the wrathful cbulitions of In'in appropriate p'ne, from Mr. Tbo'ruVondruf' Georgia, and tflll the North of Jefferson, lights materially affect the magnetic needle ; Southern States by railroad, l>y steamboat,
Buckley, which were accompanied with athreat North."rl'sto't'1\1t: i ol1 and North-East and by other descriptions ofslupping, is one
"
\ Station P. &Gl'o. Raih' and "nometimos;; with impaired
at 3 oad. accompanied
;
< are
kill of the of their"
to "the d-d old rascal if he Leon counties in this State will make Mon great sources wealth and
,
wuMt.lep outside of the house." In the I It will be seen that: ho has on hand quite a. ticcllo the through which they will ;snapping sounds. prosperity. By the severance of the Unto: ','

meantime Buckley had got his gun and large: Stock of good, of every description, Depot nil In olJen times, before Steam \power, Electricity the southern commerce, which now enrich

pone into the yard ; the old man then took I' and proposes to sell them at :Newport piices. ship their produce, and receive their Chemistry, Geology, Photographs, cs those States and the North generally, ';

his gun and advanced: toward the door, plies. .,.:,;-'"" and tho Electric Telegraph, were known would go to England: our rival ; and the
'when he was met by his w ifu and daughter ----...-- Munticellolayet destined tribe a placeof ; Northern States cut off from the staples: o r

disarmed, :and dissuaded: from exposing hini- Doll Times.. considerable! importance, and if our citi- before Commerce and the Arts, :and the .the South, woulh bo utterly prostrated: ant
Helf. When the old man stepped toward true and simple practical principles of the become, instead 01 time members of a powerful
There is thin izeus will but the work
no news : ( ot'pro'
the door, Buckley ran to the back part: of importance I 'onthwej1 Christian religion had produced much civilizing confederacy: a feeble! and impoverished
iht. and taking deliberate aim week, and therefore we are compelled to I gress, they can make it the Excelsior town I I ti'Rcliol0'11 to be .
onsp through influence! ; at :a time when\ n j country, regarded a.ol
a crack in the wall, fired-tho whole load fill up) our paper with whatever we fiudt of the State.f Theology and looked IICClllial'I'| no importance/ : utnong m.lions: ufEaov: |
of(.hot taking effect in the old man's -ide. floating upon the stagnant: world.." Th're. -- --.-- Superstition. and of the world. The question to be
The frhpoting occurred about 8 o'clock in being no excitement abroad, it cannot: be expected Cheering Newi- entrails itc., &0., to demonstrate strange (sided;! therefore! ?, illlil'"tlfitth!! full elec ,

the evening ; Goodwin survived till I 5 o'. of to Tho news from various portions of the \phenomenon, ; when Cotton Mather, and ; tienginthose Statcsknut! only of wild
us presentavery..interesting
clock ncx morning.The S atc, in regard to the People's Ticket" others, the "great: tr.n-ht-is of Christian '! anti principle,but <>f the"coimnort-i.i': !, man
above i ill the substance of the factselicited sheet. away down here in Florida, unless we "-Spiritual guides ot tho i iwel'e u fact: H ring and agricultural interests.filer
before the Coroner's Jury. Buckley should turn in" and concoct such a ridiculous for Supreme Judges, ill truly gratifying. ; \ age i.-i, only one chanue to escape from the inipcn
innocent children and
is nOIil1 jail awaiting an* examination, story as the late' ;Ball on asscnsion In some counties, where we expected very killing ugly \ ding calamity, and that i is that the poop!

which will be had, before Justice Robarts, from St. Louis, that traversed the> heavensat : few! votes,we understand<1 RvUzell! McCautsand old women as witches ; and publishing!. delirious of these will merge till their minor dispute

:this morning-Tampa Peniiular, dug 25. Holland will everything before dreams, :and' teaching and enforcing and difference. in a common union againsJWin.
tho rate of miles hour-more carry :
.. .. fifty par
II them. One from Co. them by authority, ns the w-onder.i of an H. Seward, his! policy and his pai'tj
I gentleman, writing
A COLORED x-JuDGE.-The editor of tapidly; than the w ind. : invisible world"when tho teachers of in the ti elections\ ; and should they b,
the Fredericksburg jYeica who ii tmmmer- The latest intelligence wo have: received, I lumbia county, says : "Baltzell, McCantsand successful, the eclat of the tho victory;

iug at the White Sulphur Spl'ingl'ritell however, is, that thc'roit more excitement Holland\ will sweep the day here. In Uhritcndom0'1'1..' telling long stories of will keep them united for tho struggle ii

of a negro whom he has found there, who in the city of Tallahassee in the New River county they will get almost! a Remarkable: : ( experience of Providence, ," 800, and a tide of popular enthusiasm wil
i is ail cjt-judgo of tho Superior Court of Liberia. regard to unanimous vote. last J'torld-t will and of "guide | o.>U, with a finger board l'l'I\I'into port the triumphant ship of th

At present be is superintendent of approaching election for Supreme Judges, marked} in RRI> letters"-" pointing to the constitution and leave the traitor bark Seward
;the bath-house. The negl'o1'1111 born free, than there is in tho entire balance of tho stand up to the peojde'J ticket. In South highland dry, as ever was wreck stan
let louse to manufacture
]had $1,000 anti concluded to to Liberia Florida there will be but few dissenting Ty-iloyi of tllep, : >
go stat >. This is quite surprising\ when we dad on the beach Barnegat..
went and was appointed Judge hy 1'l'elli- consider that here, in Monticello, only a votes ;-such is our information. In West "puppets ot hogs bristles, old rag! :\.. .dbrimstone" -rS ..

-dent; Rolerts. Ho remained, in Liberia few miles scpcrated there i is not Florida, we expect a large vote. :McCants -" to light up odoriferous fires! rtr: The Editor of Tallahassee! Sin
about six months. The JYeif. a particle r)
substance of the exjudgu'stestimony, gidng, the. of excitement, and in fact, the subject is and Holland[ will lead all aspirants in thatquarter. to destroy the people, and satisfy: Satan ;;' thud, (\\ho has, "for a scason"bid his sanctum ,

says."If No calculations be made in When all! this: was, these lights were conlIidt'red with all its farewell and
a negro was to land there (in Liberia) very rarely mentioned.The I i can perplexities, ,
with ISO: inl.ioi pocket it would be nil gone .......- regard to the Middle.( It i is very much as "an ome01' plagues, wars, dis- i is bound on a'Olgo of matrimony, or

.by tho.timc he was well of the fever; and I RadlroadDepot. split up ; but we believe the "Petle'liTiket" easc ,.nna tempests, controlled by Satan," something else!, to the north-west) "w*

then he could get 88 or iO cents a diy if ho We are happy: to be able to inform ourrendl'I's will take the lead. But, in the w ho it was gravely said, can render tho constrained to remain silent," to tho following -
was abe! and willing: woik, but would;. bo ; most solid thing invisible, and! can: do things "
of there is conversation which he
language: somebody- no telling ovor-heard
that quiet again reigns in the town : up-
better off with a good master at home.He I ,
thinks if the beet farm in Virginia: or of Monticello. The vexed question, as to w hat a day may bring forth ; and as friend above or against the' course of nature, and on.the cars between Albany and )1acolI.e .- +

Louisiana: were given to the slates); on it, I, hero the Depot should bo located, has. Moore of tho Jacksonville Jlrpultlisan, all natural causes." But knowledge, intelligence find it in an "editorial correspondence,"

they would: stare in ten )'t'al'8. He has been finally settled, and, we believe, to the very truly remarks, there is no telling how science, history, does not warrant in his paper of the Cth inst : P

known J15t Africans ia Ali ica, slaves in .satisfaction of all\ our citizens. an election will terminate We hope however any such conclusion. "Two burly, red-faced sons of the Emor.1 r"0 a
Afiic-i, slates: in Virginia! and in the X ol'th. I 4; "
The hole which "all will be well." Although the Aurora JJorealis" was old Isle, sat opposite to me in tho train to ,
difficulty, created
States and also in Canuda mid so
era taking
known before, and was quite common from Macon, who were discussing:; with considerable .
Jill together, with few exception: !, ho thinks much discussion, seems to have originatedfrom
::i1"\\ will inform the Editor of the 15Jt: ( to 1621, >'l'tti'oln thistimo to 1707, freedom, matters and things in general .
the happiest condition for negroes is to be. the fact: that there was not a sufficient and Florida in particular. One of them ,
Florida Dirpalch that ho is slightly it never appeared. Eighty six it was
!
long to while maulers ; they cannot get along amount of flock subscribed to lIIi-// years had just returned from the State and was;

without w hate men to direct and govern till Hoad to the point selected by our carry cit. I taken, in his answer to the question he not seen ; and when it did reappear, it was giving his countryman an account of his

them. lIe would rather (belong to]lr. I pounds himself as to who constitutes the I not ot brightness remarkable: enough to be travels: and observations.! He was much

M. of Culpepper, than be free and! go to izens, for the Depot. The Engineer and people's ticket, as supported by us. You generally observed ; the largest proportion, pleased with Motuicello:\ \ -neat thrifty looking .
.Canada. HU is Joe )lcJnto. ll. President it desired The of dead '.
: name I : appears, to !pursuea that-nice body negro has been found ;
.. say, U ii "Baltzell and Holland anyhow," of the habitable: world supposed it a. new town people} there too.Iad. :
-- -- in the of the schr J
Bride
and build Neptune
policy far the
I safe } only so as Village be looked as a rather boh
NEw MrsKET BI'LLET-SolUe and that body else will! do for the. phenomenon in creation the traditional upon '
A interesting I money lasted ; and accordingly bought any ; "rolicking" sort of place, but the Madison at X from North Carolina, among
experiments, were made-lately to ascertain Depot lots from Dr. T.M. Palmcr situated other" This is not so, and ifthu Ji,p>itch memory of its appearance\' : having been entirely lands he considered the finest he had seen tho cargo. Doubtless a rlnawar.0 .

: the accuracy in t firing and distance wH refer to the head of our editorial columns lost. The great HALI.ET never saw anywhere. Intrinsically worth (said he) -

traversed bv a new musket ball, proposed South-east of the town. This did not give ho will be convinced of liii' error, I this phenomenon till the year 1718, whenhe from $10 to $50 per acre but after all ,, WASHINGTON, September 2.-There was
to re-place! the Minnie bullet fired time the satisfaction; and hence the discussion.- Florida would do-"no tberCAh ] a splendid display of the Aurora Borealis
not
by finding not only the names of the two was: 60 old, almost desparing of mony ? ,
years
rilles. It is said that the new ball!!, independently ll,cicappaat to bu no remedy ; furthers I you wero there at the season of last night.
of its superiority both i in; piccb-ion mentioned gentlemen, but that of the Hon. I ever beholding it. During this long suspension wrong This the
was no money to bring the road any further the year (said Lid: companion)), there arc j fOrt'1001 telegrphio
aid: distance, nflers he remarkable! iibvaiitage and the had purchased lots Joseph McCnnts also. I of tlieso lights, pestilence, famine, certainly times: when the people have some I report hating worked the line oprtor
company
by whist of being the fired rifle i barrel from a'can smooth bo dispensedwith barrel. for a Depot. To make up the deficiency Again you say : I persecutions, intolerance, and war, prevailed money ? No I not that: replied Pat-it is delpnia to Pittsburg by the solo agency' of

Both of them (Baltzell and Holland) to as great an extent, and probablymore understood that there is no money at all\ at I| atmospheric electricity. .
which! is difficult to load :and troublesome iu capital, however, Col. Finlayaou took)

the different to keep clean during, half a campaign.\, Of $50() of stock, mid loans: Company $!1- .a But'e meu are they of legal committed learning an and certain experience.i issues? ?s when---and after....-thcJ'rc"al'l'cueJ.- for any it season he could of the net.year.Fine How lands: to and account fine I MAX\ KILLED.-.A'.man,. b the name of
projectiles as :
mOl'eofthil
new than the Minnie bullet many hlruclc 500 cash, and Major\ D. B. Bird became responsible Aye, THERE'S Tint ECU." Tho Approaching Presidential Election. crops-tho people seem to have plenty to eKEDirn was shot and instantly killed at&arkeon

for the required balance-$200.< eat, plenty to wear, and plenty to do-uice the 29th ut.! >yaMr.
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the nt 000 tnlllIt POO The New York Herald FROHOF.W
target yard ; yardsthe Well, Mr. Editor, we are afraid that: you speculated upon folks-kind /
number cent, werethir- Tho main difficulty being overcome, Dr. hospitable very, but money understand Mr.F. :acted in ltlefente, land
respective per the elections in the central States .
do not rea'\the papers. We have several comiug they have none. Fine said he
( to that he is sustained the
nina of th- former mil foa teen of the Palmer then released the country : by community
ty latter. A still more extiMordiiiaiy fuel: is Company from! times distinctly asserted t'tat! these gentlemen particularly: New York, New Jersey, andPennsylvania his friend) for your business it there was j I ) Republic2n, Sr'd

that.the new ball\ will \kill at a distance of, their obligations: for the purchase of his were not committed, by word or act, in reference to their bearing only any money there. Great people. to I 1 ren'rally.-JtlaQ/'il

1500 yards, while the rifle ball ii not cflVctivf lots. (*o far: as we know) to any }person. nor to upon the next Presidential: election, upon buy, provided 1, they can: go on tick,but tLatwon't I .. ..
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at more than 1000 )"ard..Y'oifi.kJJc1V Our citizens' are ccrtaimy much indebted any of the party: issues ol the day. And which they will have a controlling:; influence. American it 0 trill!! interposed a oath e The Triesraph.

Book to both Col.! I'iulayhOii: and Dr.Palm- now, we 1'i1make\ proposition\ to ) There is no doubt. that in 1856, Mr. Batty credit in Florida-the never do to rel011\clever a. We Inderbnd. from a letter, that tbe '
i people
were
-0- wires have been shipped from New Yorkto
cr. The former for the liberal asUstancerendered I which perhaps you will find! to your 'OU'j AXAN owed his suuuess to the State election enough-he knew them well. Quiney
was
AOI"JIE:FIEX.!: -Oa Tuesday morning St. Marks, for the Tallahassee and Ma.
to our toun,-in furnishing the I to with. If will in Pensnylvania, which coming off be- a fine }place: -thepretiest town in the'State
comply
lost about half past 3 o'clock, the alarm! : of you proto us, ianna: 'elegrtphione.: Mr. F, Howe bad
fire: spread:: consternation through: ourstrect.s means to have the Depot, properly located. ; that any one of the gentlemen upon ticket fure'the Presidential contest, decided the ,j Tallahassee the was rather a "fast: place and left New York. This u good p' '.- .

and all\ were shacked at the tight; of the and to the latter fir releasing! tho Company we are supporting Supreme Judges, are question in that State, and axertedau influence :i to inhluitllnts'er\ debts >' aristocratic"-but as Quiney Republic;
mansion of fellow\ citizen of collecting in Florida that was out .. ..
splendid new our \ i'rumdfceir obligation; purchase" committed in particular to the other States.
any support upon of the Xo
question. said
lawyer he will
KI.VDRED BRASw ELL: completely \s I'IiPlocdill | and 1 construction of his l.nul.We { ) A mercer recommending a piece'pf silk
Depot ,
The had been upon tho position of Perry, Yulee or anybody How small was the majority by which file a declaration in -cuke for less than
flame building just au\ it will
completed and the keys delivered to tho look upon it as' :a sacrifice: of several else, we promise to take his, or their names I the Democracy won the victory) in 1856, $20, even though amount involved did to a lady for for a gown sid.fdn, after

owner, when this terrible catastrophe Ilal"] | thousand 1 dollars, \oluntal ly mad, for the from our mast-head, and join with you, I will appear from the fact that .FEEEUONT I not exceed $j. Strange laws these-very I wards.wear ever, anl tnat petticoat

yiened. future prosj, >crity of the town ; for if the and all other good citizens, to accomplish I reached 114 votes, and Mr. rcUAS.4X, ejaculated Pat; he himself preferred --0-

It will be remembered that thisi the Depot had been built upoij hU l.uid, it (their defeat on the first Monday( in nest i 147. Taking away the 27 votes of I'eunsylvania against Georgia.this I felt very much like of protesting State i t.The Aurora Borealis, of Aug. 28th,
t misrepresentation ,
tecond in Lu time Mr. BBASWELI.lt fix bin has residence been thwarted ; would have been sought after, at high pri month. Now, sir, do this,produce argument from his majority: and theme would but as ignorance in some caseS U: my bliss, and was accompanied by'1'rosin different localities .
attempt on from Va. to New
Wheeling, England
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this place bating been burnt out about a ces. and cease: those unnecessary cup- remain only 120 votes, two hhort of a majority I nut feeling aj if Florida wouM lose anything where it was

year ago.iu1erin"[ a los*several thousand i. Major Bird Is responsible to the ('omp: -, positions, as to who is, and who is not com- of the w h"c.u,\ the election would I II by permitting these gentry to remain general... ..

doa!! -Tlioinavilk_ EnterprU, 3rd ill st. ny for the remaining: $200, required to I witted to men and measures. II I IYour I II I at e been thrown into the House of Representatives. I strained where they to remain are-in silent Georgia, I was con What is the best guard against an adversary

.r... r....------ construct the road to the paint selected I inconsistency is the most prominentfeature ,:! FBEESIOXT wanted only 35 .. ?" said a pupil iii the art of self-

A.Western editor on hearing: it remark. Eat of tho town-and we hope our iizcns i-i ot your editorials. After asserting votes, to elect bins, and with Pennsylvaniaand church has been purchased: for defence to his teacher-a noted

td that persons iii drowutrig conditions siidt'euly will cal! upon him, and make up the that your journal i is ueutral iu tho canvas., I Illinois or Indians, he would have been : I. dumb in New York in which Keep a en'i tongne in your pugist.-
roeohlxl1thetraaisactionsoftheir: : ; services are to be conducted, after the 1st the and sigoibcant reply.
amount. lIe is in anxiwt elected.
no manner to you cast censure upon us: for giving cold unnpete.j
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literKhbsdth.ltsome!; : of his: dolinquiu-u I I' of August, in the sign lauguage.e
it alt, but willing we to comfort" to those candidates who gtasd in : Eves the! with! addition of those suppose .V S IL
i.iUeibcrs"3"J.iMk \ : : tske: to hsthing ill deep pay very presume, I : States that 63zio displays of "m-ta ticqueues" Content not to high but that mar

wl-tf'l', boar a portion of the burthen opposition to the people's. ticket,*' -and :hlih: to be almitted before the next ee! I msy h ur.td.< 03 tie g.-"-.hag:1;PC it.




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.Telegraphic. Candidates. Plnntntioii for Sale. Legal -jSTotices: oiflTTnn'sSTOMACH IL

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T. PA-LMER
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Late Intelligence from Europp.: [-F0 A OUSctSG KAUES OP CASPITATK The undersigned offers for sale n -- BITTH.18J.r ,

!, FIVE DOLt-AtlS, IX An"AXCt 1 rultmbli ]'llnl }'101IR. pontiining 1'xitato. of !Mary Edwards, dcc( sed. / a.Bury DWF".'- AuNfmlm. A'IHW t.Twko ,
-. 640 fleece, (most of it In cultivation,) riltintcd near ,'/ of ft Lilian
ARRIVAL f OF TIlErsTorih For: Cominwioners the : of Montleello, Jefferson onus:. Apploaton' for Find Dismission "" ,1.', .r"j'. mtrM ,,,H.. Moutidello>, Fla.,
County : fionrthn'lopo' on the PenMcola A date, I "ball present my' final! C/ ace &.".-" or Jtoirdi. ;.r/ i"0 bVum/x,
ty Georgia mmfhlfpr
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The f.II.n\!Inlt frontlomen nr
: Bi4ton. for re election as County CoinmUMnnert for It for Plantation pnrpe*; a new Gm llou'o and of M irv Ud,nrds,bit e of.I.n.'rnn County ', deceased, In view if the fret that! every inrinU! of, .

FATHER POiNT, Sc t.6.-The Steamship .Tofferson County, nt the ciwiin;? October olwllons Screw ; l Is well \rntcred and, produce! good crops. to.the! honorable Judge of Probate of wild county the human family'r* more or ICSoll'.i-te.II, ..'
|\ MM
North Briton has arnrod with Liverpool CAtVIN DAVH, W. C. TIIOM. If It U not dlcpo'ed of nt private M before the and: apply fern discharge from the "dmlul.trntiolvf ,numerabla'other omSot the above conditions eompl.tint In, life" ;which tug jJct1 tin

J.&M1 S. WALKER. .\. n. Wlf.t'ORIJ.I 2nd Tuesday In November licit, It will then I.e offered said estate.
dates to the afternoon tf t5ie) 24lh of Au i nt ule, in the aforiuld town. Termaneessnuusojuthug. Ur.Xln 1. EDWAP.rw, I'.s'r. by UsSsittahcsof I hittf"4ettotthdie' .i'retorcUa !"

I C3P: We nre authorized to announce Hon. THOMAS Aillv, to July 2:, 189. Am. of colSiMfllfsonnO, (hmc.tuIu3l.Oan 1 with a.
gust.At Liverpool, till cotton market: was UALT7.KLL ns n candidate fur re-election to C. J. GARWOOD, to regulate their habits uf d.ul: nh oaEMtoAiSPaints

dull,'with sales: of 6,000 bales. the office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of lugust 1$, 130. [3t] Monllccllo, Flu.JiTH. Estate of CoirneilVootcn, ( :cr1. the msnenl awisUncft""" .llf 1 n I order good tn tonic neenmpli lcnn' PIT thHdcsiivd ,
Florida. .
Breadstuff nn I Provisions were very object, tbn t tru.' eoui-w 'puntutf it,

dull and unimportant.. .-The f"l ondi of the lion. CHARLES 11. DU Notice. certainly.that which will produce\ n natural
W Oils Stuffs Varnishes
@ vstsl
@ 4rd of
At London PONT month after date t almll iresent. final Mate of thiiiRS at 'h. bait ha Dye
Consols were quoted at 95 1. announce him no a Candidate] for the Oflicc SIX j my and life furlliUenJ Dr. Hoatllir: ,
of Chief Jii'lice of the Conrt of Kloridn.tST nnd Voucher* the Honorable Judgeof strength ;
2 a 95 C 8 Supreme .l' ,
tlIE citlscn* of Monticello flee Informed that Probate for .Tcffer.nn County a< administrator of hn to lhi i eoiintiy a pwiontion | -

The news in generally unimportant.: We ore authorized to announce I). 1' HOL- I they cnn be "'1111'.1'lh. 111 Wood, upon tho estate of Council Wnssten late nf wild county ca'led HO'JTh.TTF.R'S) : : :tOM.tt'hi BRUSHES

Nothing reliable from the Zurich Confer- I..VXD E"'I., ns ft candidate fir Asweinle Justice nmking application t" "\ deceased, and, ask to he (hlIlld5Ci1 fl'I'1 the further IIITlEI which at. this day l nut a new ,
of the of will be promptly with,and good of said tate. bit Oi" that ha.i l 5.-es tried f.r
ence. Supreme Court Florida at the election in I Or.h'l 1'1111'0 odmilll.trntol 11Clcilll.
all hn hnteii
October h4 xl.W wood furnished nt $2oo e load.P. ), WOOTE dm'r.July (li ill nli.fleli.. to II
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The assemblies Modena, nnd Tincany R. BIRD. 9th 18S9 AFAEIE 21-Cm ,ed it. 'h r iii.-riM'po" 'eifnllni'oii, ImmIF m1m Y

have adopted resolutions abolishing dynasties ;. : We are authorised and r'qne.t.'d to announce August t 6th, 18D9.! 2tfIN -- -. --- thin atomach, bowi-U and, li\Ir. re."m-'mi.r g
and annexin!dnkedoms to Piedmont. 11.\YI1) T. HOGUE asa cnidhlate for the 1111 I., I healthy, and vi.jorssus net"-.u. nii'lthin
Estate of John T. Clark by ,; proci-in "f sin'njj iii.." TOILET ARTICLESSOAPS
office Associate Justice nt the eb-ction, In October JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT clec\1 the i.y,tcii to triuii'h| xvo.. ,

POST OFFIQEAFFAIItS. next. Mary N. Smiilctoii, Application for Finl 'Itun.clntle* ..h''n".t' or.Ih it .opMierally
Iitlhlpn.
WASHINGTON Tha t3T C. C TONG, I> ., of West Florida, 1 1licnby h VS.Oinile SIX MONTHS after:., luruof I .1.,1 present bv flaP *.ttir. .. mil ,
Sept?'.- Postmaster .
final! lh.''uiltstite of
T. J. hingleton,} III : on my n cnlntlll,1n'lhcr' *, Adnllli.th.torln ranged j rlncijiaiy by W.tierand
General has decided that members of Con- II the SUte pre.enle,1, for election 11.1.to the frlenda office,of t to X the' cl.ite voter Justice of. Jl\eeulnr of C. T. J. Singleton Cross Bill. the t.tl..f Cllrk.llte Jef..l iln-t wilt bo spood.U: iejiiliit| b> t WINDOW GLASS, INSTRUMENTS,

gross cannot authorise other persons to use of the \ dec'd,and others, county, ( ,'d. to thtillonnrnbta Judgo.< ,.. brief use of this | p-imri'ion.. I>J-'pep.H..
firrt .
Court the In
their franks. t. October next.a.ipremc on Monday FT appearing to the Court by affl lix'it mad In this tat for said county andtpply for 1 illwhwgo from A Ii.ea'\ uliii-hUpri.hably III". "'.,vtl, s. lP&rRLD V &ffl r'll @
L n.-fond.int. Chirlos T. J. the of wild, estate.JOSI1IJA ,. v u hen lalfi'n in nil tt< enri."ie fm-n Uivi 9Durn.l.n.g
Several cart loads of Bl.ick I .that ths ndmlnldtrnt..n !
1111eIt..l. ,
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Republican: oln. TAYLOR, Aahit'f.: any oilier ; hits Cattle of wlncli niuv nl\ abe \ F ul.C1.,
rcci'Jes of Florida nud
documents JSTThe lion JOHEl'II McCAXTS, of MidlieFIttI.Li out of the State lire.. '
were refuse.l transmission I is hereby pre.ented bv his lends, to the State of Georgia, It U now on mlloll. on behalf April I:, 1859. Cm. attributed In .ltoroD\tp"lPntA be cuwd nitbont. Uiu f.'l '" OAMIPHENE] &C.
: the live mil ,
through post office o-dny. voters of the 8i.Of, for election, to the office of I Complainant ordered that tli Ild nt do appear '1 I -- ---- -- orjaiii)HOSTKT: FKIl S S'I'lM IACH111'.
.I .-SP- I Associate Jiutice i" the Supremo Court on the first and deimi.', plead, or answer to the Cross Kill Etfate.of iTosuih Kmgliton tlec'il. using TI'US: n Ji.'i'illsl' on I till bo'ilc I F." H HiCEIVK: > A LARGE. AND HIE9H
THE GOVERNMENT> SAN JITAV"WASHINGTON _n Mon Iny In October net.authorised. of filed in this CAnlr. or the sinnc "'i bo ,< per l-\lctnn "".11 5tiply of c.rJ'.riel of article. kept byDrsuggicte.
this ili < "lllll
Comllnllll., Application for Filial flicinleelon. en .. It 1 nnderstood '. against him.Provided mend Biter! of '''\1,1. thi'H "h. nut .
Sept. } lTWe nr to niinnunee lion. ALEX.'I''I'' flint a copy of thin order bo publishedin MONT1H after date hereof, I shall present me an aitieb, I known lo IK- InfalliMuT\ 1"Iult'ro, I'ieIcIztiie,
SIX
here that our Government will Inako no yl.VUErt McUOXALU, a Can llllte f.r in the Town of Monticel final itccounUaud vouchers, Kwcntrlx.
a Newspaper 1uhl.II,1 my as Every: country" have llmir Riltiii n< a pre and all others h.H'.linj nii\thinti! : bU line of trade'
'compromise in regard to the Island of San Justice ofthe Supreme Court of I'lmidn. lo, once n week eo of four month* from in tlieesUiti, of Jo, lnh Kntgbton late of J'rl'r n'COllnlr ventive. nf di-wuio. nnd, 'rnnltholllllit; tf will find nt thbi hnll'O" 'fssil oupply: c-f everythIng

Juan, believing it unequivocally th&prop- I date. dcrcnacj to tho Honorable\ Jldlot l'o thoaystum tn (.Micnil.. and umoui ti cut all required, and on n, liberal term' a. cnn be purchased
city ofthe "United States. *.- .. Welluth"l'IzI..lto"nnoullceJu.l! e J. \VAYLISBAKER 1'.I,.cd at Chamber", thl. giitli dav of July, 1850. bate fr.oCouIIJ', and apply for a discharge !.r (herd l III not to \bifuiin I n moiv. heal!.byp in any Southern, Inlnul town.IVriiiinl'uliigtit .
as a r.nlllidte, : for re-election to the ofliee .1. WAYLUS Illnl.: .Judge.. the ndmini-tration on said, estate, C > -- of Jud 01 the Middle Circuit of riorld.i nt thc election I HARA1I KNIOIITON' Kt-c'trlT.j, ".,.,. xiienlifie
July :a nh, 1 iss9.: preparation cm .h"I' .1"1111| for them to come to ton n, may nmk their
Arrirol of th! Orerhnd Mail in October nett.tlW nttiiid.d n-lee|
---- -- 'prilI2th,1801.I CmJistato exist| tin'sii a which b < t. 'e.H
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Sr.. Louis, Sept. :. Tho Overland Mail ._ the '1..1 in\ nf t,5! ; ifi-riit l'l1:.s4tOul: in the ORDERS BY MAIL,
l antliori/o.l l to THOMAS J.
,chwl.here to day ; it brings dates to the ivrn, a are(
12th ult from Sol FrancUco. lion, for r.-l'eetlnll to the tflioo of uf Probate per '
Jndgc -
: I of Wllll A. Wood, l bite of Jvflinon County Application ( I Dhuil'snLoii. AGUE. were purchased in perwn. _
Gov. Dough protests nga tnt the Athrstraits of Joffrrum Codnty FIIII'I.bRr. deceased take notice that niiwt ,.. Those needing anything In the Drug line are r**
: wi they present MONTHS after date hereof., I "hnl present TUU trying itinl iimroHn; iti u mcric\i1 ih':1: : :J.\t' ill them to duly nuthenticnteil; n 1th- SIX final nnd Vouchers quested to cull cud cxnmino our stock;oC ,hld the
QCq :: j" o tap\Vt. authorl/cfl to annotinc J. It. A D.( 1II"lglnel. accounts 111n\ri grutp an tie ko.ljuf nmu lmln" < him tea "
Lithe time by low, or this notice will bo In the Estate of H. Collins late< ollo\\'lul are a f" of the leu.hhssg artleis',:
of Tafia ; an J lio hai sat nll'li j YH n Candidate, nt the cinittnj, Ootober election prescribed tom Mlr: ttere shadow In s tlmrt space uf(lime t itil milr1n4
ftid furllio. oHWa m' J'l-V" of Prot.teofJc'crson coutty. ideml In IJM- recovery ; and all persons In. son Comity, the Honorable Judge of him l'hl''I1.II'' menially .tnrlt-tt citn 1 I. tliH! : JmJ Quinins' lorphin4'
vessels to take of t"cr .
joint oceuiaey t tie! patti ,M*, will nk<1 puvmcnt..Tnly Probate for 'and,! for (4m "
3oUed tu 1111o.111e ,1,1 County, apply a discharge ilrivm Uir Inly I r the ui"t UOSTf.Tl; t IfiRCNOWtCD
Island, until the representative of"tha government FloridA. WI.LL1f UI. from the .\JIIldrntnll111,1 .late. BITT F\:. runtirr, M.y nf the asses Glyceritme, Lupulinf',

is heard from. ti'\Ve nre nulhorlred to announce JOEL WAI.ICKK.n .. lath, 1839. 2\-. .!t I CoL.1 Ni Adm'r.Inrdl shunt dirtiiei enn not l Sc ceutr tdv.1 eliot rxpoKd (10 EI'gotiuo, Tannin,

.. .. I'o..dlho. nt the iMHiiinj Oi>tnlier ,vli'eli.in i 2J, 1830. i">' I any mnltaary coiullUotii, uMjth.tnK titan If luit BlUiw I'iperiaw, Stryehnint',

B-a.mOtel ladepsndsnco of Sonori.Si for the Olfiec of Tif: .-ttvttor iso"/ C<.>telor of Jof-- I Z't1oo. -- -- .. ant usel n pcr dlrwlUmj. Ant! asll nciihir oxn'uaaiUM Cinchona Choidine\ .
forso-i County, Fl.irbla. n*offi-mti flue|1'01.110,01 d 1 (nad'.riu ones..is Citrate ot Iron of Zinc
Loc!, $cpt. 4.-Advice iI'om1':1.011: : EtatefMagorSur1etlcceaetLApPlicatIon ; Cyonide ,
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--------- -- & mrj any clianga of diet ir lnt' mi|>Uou lu u.u.il I IsnhtstuI nr rc : '.
Imve been rci-jived here that states that tw- We are authorIze I to nnnouneeTlWXEXn. I"\l.(' I fiA for Flnol ;DlunhNlouo'lIX .1 prcmvI' 5e55511 ,I",. anJ hcnliluy 011.:1,0. Quinine, Eati yetierisScct ,

Souorr.aiid Chihuahua' are about declare : nsiicmdidutofor Tux .Ioe'eot! suit 'pi IK: TallnlmMce Railroad ova Mouths after date hereof I present my sits ..0\1.10".1| U llntl rcnvit'M A< '1.11I1' is ".- Sp'ts Nitre, Frgot,

their itvlejvnJjiH'p. General PKS UIEHAnt Colleetor Jotfersnu County lit the pl"lIlng; October ) : L reetlin Incas and & it ,S final accounts and. 'olcher. as Administratrix Went with the t I..I'I.L> Ifc'ii of t thvr.'i.li at t \I...>*. Opium, Santomnc, .

t thuir head.' Tnsro ha: bet"'i a largo amount .I etly". I Ir.il"We :St. Mark, In addition totlioMKt premsntthore/ of time Estate of MagnrSurlci, late Jefferson County tent cure. Camphor, AIM',

f ot'' iimmmiltioii! : I: ely received, nrenIlLh"rb.ltn, ,--W ,i. Irr. I cr Intent articles to of merchandise from the w athe..1 cotton the Road.or oth-7. ,,de"pIA.I. to (the llonnroble Jud, a of Probate, For Persons in IId ancs.l years BIi.ter Ointment, Iodine,

nnd the army has boon increaw.'d: to three. Lid, Bi a cindldnti-, theolJl.'O of. Sheriff of Jcffcr- The cars will be running to o\er Monticello by.the? for mid County, mini siibl apply/ l'). for. a dleharge ..,the 4Vbo art suCerliijt from MMtnifevl'l't ftmMitiittim' unit. Mercurial Jo.Hll of 1'otassi;'

Ihnll m 1. ann County. Florid, at the entiling October election. middle, of September whell the Ir"n'purtol' by Adminlitfallon- of HEBKCCASL'RI.FA: .Inl': Adm'x. InKrm t Jy, tlmu |luittksi4isuis, ml Ir .. a nMurtUtrsof Y'c'rntr, Chloroform,

--.... -- -- ._ WAiort t t" ThuliUM lllsaiid( r"lIltrr, > will June I '. Oin. Rtrt htlh| nlnl, tlyor mnl i ciit* ..1) toletjH I ,i( ( Lactate of Iron, Nitrate of Silver,
sborlnd the distance from Tlmmavvllloto II. 1869. to be apprecittat.ist. I In. s ui.II", wliite i.imliiir. t
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; WASHIX.JTOV, Angjiit 2s!\).-Speaking: of Advertisemeut.1'tato ho considerably Ether Citrate or Potalsn
.- Hulpb. ,
Montlcellebchilg about I5or 2l tulles, overa these llllten s-e litdiHiiriiMtl. .1"1,11'| rloono tlmnthw's < .
the! Presidency I it I m: f.tut lint I : or \ Castor Oil
CitrnteofMagneaia(1sloinol
nny mny -- road. *. .- Estate of Davitl B. deceased. ntinHilimci.t tnsi1tiuitlu In tlm iliuiviul't : .
food
,
not be important: tint: :1 nnnL'r oltliu! warinciit : ; of John Sever, deceased. (The rat .of Freight and Storage will remain tin, Itrt of ths elliS. eon eriiiclil':y I... ttixTirlh milt ]rl.l'l. Chlorate ot' lotashitlittbirb
tiiendi, of Mr. Vice 2rc'MidcIt ISieckInridgsare Application for 1'I !es.iLnlon. aud here It U where ftit.li llm'elbT'tFU'lnSill to
; same aslant year on all a ;o..II"nle. a : Acetic Acid,
nrtivcly co-opjr.uiii.* wish the APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISMISSION I Mr. James llandolph having been appointed- SIX MO 'lI after Jute( ** tM present our I I.eeolnle Bitters Is ScaleS In Imnnrt teinpitntry ttivitg'haud '

rViiMtiU, nt'.J 1l.1.l. ),11I:1,. -Thi'iv. i j" a rumor I S IK MONTHS after diito hereof, 1 hull' l pre ent general 'superintendent both the 'f.l..h."n,1, vouchers, A Adn.iMslrutorsof til* vlur lo tiC!. ')>k.ui. I.iulm, iliould ly nil IIIKIIII -ALSO-
lilY hunt awiinuti and vouchers na I'lin'uiiv the 1011.w,11: .l Georgia RlroAd.1 any in till tint Hlick
Mr. the
city to-diy, : I t-itir In the P.'tiit of John \8r.I:1lelOf Jefferson I of the be, directedto deccflsu6\4to the Ilonorablt 3 uulg.qf Probate tif uk hytUin, stun U I" I Lo ni-rii, .ili.lul
.1.n.. Roe. > your |
Anierlruii French and
Attorney (General, received on Mi :irritillljrofrom : Coiiiitvd.io.>a.edl to the Honorable Judge of 1'rn- him at fl Tul'.iihtiMce. said county'tmil; apply for our discharge fr.1 the with the Tlrlun uf the I'.llUvi, trill rM""lJn.1 ll.vc EOllltlh _

l'l.nll'h'IIi. i la.-.t week, a pi i\'ateU'ttcrTrdm "bite fur sail county, and apply for u dUchurge. from F. II. F !&fG.3.'J'. Idllnl.trllll"l uf.aald" ... UM III Sll cuss* lor W.HkllfF*. OHm: TIO.oAt. .

Yio' President, Ilrucii.inrMge. the adintiUr.itlciiuf! : Mild ft 'l.JAMKS.'. July SOlh 18SO. 21t HriHlXO n. hART f fU'TIO'Y.-" eantluti the piillicanii: ,lusinp ITn Stock of Puinta Oil, coil I Dye Stuffs; In.rlet'

1Xl'l'C'Kh'llo-Jillill.< allow his name to'bcI ; SEVni. Adni'r.Sppteiuberlutli "TnOr1LU; hEART, ; nny of the. ',"nyl..il"linll I. or connUrfeiu u nd btrgcVindow; Class, of nil el...s; PalutISrui

I 1' ell aa Pres'xK'iiti, :il C'm.li.1.\t': at the nc\t _. 1859.' __ : Still_.__ Excelsior SI t re. Slit 18S'. 11 ltrtur but ask fir H... TTih's Cn.k.u ..vtmSIOUACII in, Ae., &. I
May ,
of }
BIll nrwortment
,TTUI.lln.t siti tbut cash bottle A larn flenitnt Pi-rfiimefy
S.UIU
: 4 1"0'1"1'1:11ii1lnrYI'LiT3
) _
-
flection, nnd stating that he would probrVlv has thu words 1 r. J, lloxUnt Siumneh Kuaey Toilet artlclea In :rent abundance? togntlierwitli .
;
bo a. caudMiite, the U. S. Senator- 'I .\ i AND PHororjRAPIIEIM, 'l'ill? undeMitncd would. return bin thanks to the I the Middle Circuit of Florifla, < in and llittins" blown on tlio oi.le..r tho botlle, und, tins most sUtietMoek of I'lincy, Family and Hotel

in the of Mr. Critteuden.. Connected 1 patrons and, (frlendtof late firm ofWILIAfiUU for the of Jeffersou.Wm. stamped on the imtullic cup e"\' iitg iTn Hoaps ever brought! to this market.
plneo
>hip Cltt'i-ettnn, Couty '
((1'0111 Ttrai.)
.
Site .
'I I), Jr., .1 IW.I"r Iber.1 l Mnrvlu ) cork and obsnrre tl.nt our, ttsnirusph '
'lg'"I'tare
with this repirt.: ii Another that the [-[.\' perinsnently 1 icitoJ: ntTalliihiiwee, aniisiay stowed on MIllrm. 01,1 method of Informing Ce)', 1 H 1 Kyleand IsuaaAubl ii on the hlX h, -ALSO-
letter of '\11'. lireckinridtro wai written in I be f.iiindn't, their riMins 'I. the City Ho.t Id and I the, public (f''i.'rally, that Klders: Dud Trustees of CHOICE BRANDIES,
him <- f. the *'iit, until their SkI.IC U he has bought the Interest of his '..Ssu.I Ian Church flPrepared IDol ..hl lj IIOSTF.TrrC & *
reply to one, Malm,: ,; to thit thej! !: fr> Guilty out 1.'I.r. the Prcsbytfi 4e WIX1S: POUTER. AI.K.;
juTbo ,
jl'nt'a..i: ..H..rl to ".I t:1ill him, as t the fi.iUa.i.1: nu.v III the course of oritrll.t1"! I ll.ldd, Jr., deceased and, hope, by "1.nli".lo business } Ilnnccr) : SuITE, Ptttibmtfi, P.., and saul k; ell .. CONGRrHS
Meb'ttiuoype4: Anibriilynct, nn I 1./tnlrlll'l.| nnd fair' .lciuliumg. to retain all of the eU.ol"l nf heirs nt Law of Alex Druggists, fittttt, and Aealrrt gfatruUfituruojhoat :; WA1FItCIGAItS
% r.VUtikluto 4it Cli'lrk;>t:;i to dut>ut JudgeDoitgl.i rr smIthy' ,'"eul..I.'Illn: lit m.xt uppr.irp'l 61.I.I. thlnlrl. \d-ilr. dee./riios.J White, et IL-e fultea MltM. OoaJu, f uatUiuierlta > ..

: It I tliitbesi, tln'iv" hii: ini.ici'i.' IleLIII'otaln on Patent. Leather convenient.fur 01111'i ] n !>ood It..1 fur the ndimiu'ud nl defendants.TTPOY, and Corwiiiy; ,_ 'SMOKING AXD ('UEWL'O TOBACCO.

rV in )'I.. I ISrevkin.'idsjH; : di'c'iuing' nnd I "!ln l"t..r lubnityrx.1 and Pa,;.'4r"'I- .cnton. conxlstlii. uf 11111,1."fJ.I.| "usually kept ( sitlnfactory evidence add.iced before me. soo viiT&. .'. ME 'A'D CANDY .t<., Ac.
i-fioid! say al*",, a pretty severe r.LllkFG ; !. 1\1'1 copied; s'nIsruI: if ,1..ir.-1 lln-mt Pin III a r..ilturo., U cxhuel.ts| lelve fur New'iurk U that the heirs of Alexander Adair deceased, -TOGlu7tlIEit.
i'kels EntIce; given 01' nomade. next lollh. purchase n Cull Winter Stock l'isesttLro: 1.4.Vlioitkulo ..
,
ll..d. ..I
and J
--4 4. -- White\ rcfthl beyond the
TI..nl
.lcfulI1. -With aiMortmcnt of the principle PATENT
"' vhli'h) will full mid, \ AncnmGTForaaltt an
:: : en. lIf>u4onV reivnt i-L-ction ns chlr I. cUIIIII.-I IliiiiU, of tie Sinte or but \\ltliln the juris- the
of
.
: $ I nth I/$'itS. 8D ly )tin men call, ( flitewliere.J. F0 ltl In MonrttoHo Ly DU. T. M. PALMEU MEDICINES country.. "
"II"\1 ( of the United t
Governor rT..y1 i is nrihitl! to the! position leUul Stt\ .
--- ----- T. .
and DR. nOIlER'ftlOO'I'T and Wukcennh
,
IJIf. said tha i '
I
he oecjjiiod oa tli? Slavo Tnidiiji.;.<- nai IfoatiIX I.ulul nlcs intteell.i. July in, H39 03..71_, 1.11 I of nrd'rCI AIPII.I'r n.I.I''rn",1 A.llir t.ot, Thomas dpfe.lllt"J Whl"do by I'AlMEIt & WILLIAMS. It\II oar Int"lIul alwuys keep our Stock -.
tin.u JI b ( Pl)05CtI 1 it t I'-om pMiicipU'amj: ( (':\. I --- March 29, 1889. ly '
t1: Q:3.ocl.: appear and 11.\r. 1''u'l to, or tteiiiur to the Kill of Fresh and I ui'e .::
1elies% -.-, iil I th: re.u't' Ins IKV-H IIH tiiuni For Complaint filed lu above cause, by the firstMonday :

I'll nt > f f-vlion. ThU rt.w't loj't n.i if tujfnpte > PKIUI! pieiu of t thcfU-knesioJ myiJfai: (lii 8nl III October next or the 10t.1 and thlnus Johnson; Bird & Co and wIll will, conswjucntly be rest.lib their satisfied that our. eu
anxious Il.tI. t .:.! rre\.io.J r1 meeting Ill)' alulsolait.ments ). 000 Lnnd" ."I.tII11. said will be at coiife'wed.l'oIdlid turner pleased purchase
ot the :):lth uvro 1m vury : I more or 1 lr', lyin' r In I" Hi !
for the tile of the l Rail .,
1 tin
.sria this for
t"UI"I I | I. ) If
ii the ro puuiu nf the A 'ican: Save Trc-ls! I :..C Mi'Iison: and JefTer.-on ills not. published space{ -lH ALEHS INV Particular attention the
>r :; Jload T.- n 1\ a' p iblit'fil'! fir lie of hejitembfr ) : ; ;II tln-ee month II 'lu Newspaper published I in thoTnwn given to .
t ; 11 tio! ivi.13 wa11,1 1 l'?, wo bcliov.: It wild nut, hn.... tiu-ri'f.ire. tWI! until ti..- i : nf JelTersiiii e"uIIY.le before COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS '
FINE OV/ELLIN3 ;iiaUSZ t"lleel. :
1 : lip voted t" A'II ;In t-vcry LJjutliorn' States bjn ft'wIn'!! \InOttub-r 10"1"1"0: ; 1 Hi' wld .. In Oct.i1.tr.Il WJ AND irAPLL[
\lt
1 o.it I H.IIV, V.ro ('nbfiu<. $; liiu : AN1>
1.11" i'r"w {
t tremcndo.u lIi.lilrI\. : .-GnH JrcltI'( i I Ial! "" "r1'n 51 f'ai'dl": !| m thlib) I and. i'J'i! .II. I inn nrdereil at (:"'llb..r. tJel.O 13th ilayof
I nil "f tl.t"1 i k'l I. l.i .\.r.l, .hl I Sandy forl I Cult S7thMudiwm 11Q. I; \A\ '1.ICiH.Jn Family sic's.ir"
Jli' ,
.
"o" I'I'I.be iinM ary iipi n n Pluntalionlilpi.u I: Im.- .
: : .III'e
7ti! .';, i'Columhtii !", 21. "I' DRY GOODS
.
__. in/to' expand in .
uui.sui.'y
lOlh SiJ,t t.inllln; --- -- -- ---. : Alfjlediclncs and Preparations f-nind at this

.\ \',\ of Avor.im 8n.nltI--Tht' l. t'i.riuutrovc( 12th Bulb tbiii To, any one n diwir f.-winllesot ems of 1I.c..i01. go.i& I rJ.I.-, I{I Iii the MiiMIe[ Oircnit of Floridl in Store ar* either pr<-pured by the Proprietor or 1m
KtviMiiship: 1/r anlved r.t New York Little River I ltd ixth I ,iI,11 d C'.rl. ported direct fr'lIIllll. moot, reliablA manufacfirle;

c. ; .Wednesday, with ilitei from South- I Lake City.\ Sib 17lhVALTnil only I liru"J.requiring the uuderitlgui-il purl L'atli.-filTers the L.lanc"thisoneu'y to suit thl; and for tho County of )[t1 on. JJID@fJ l E zm they will. therefore, ulwavs be. found OKMT1.NK.March .
\
liampton to the J 6th ultima, \vhioh! have Pen. cwrxx.I CnSipu bmir, with 8 percent. iulvrei-t. harrIet n. M IIY", Johl G. Maya' D lath, 18311. 4tfKSTIRELY ,
? been Tlu: London Ti/nta hasa Agent 0.0. I Jyt 5. W. F.PPIX; Duller MaysInn M. Mays and -ANDPlantation -
anticipated. lUlls., tJ.yj : May 3t59 5m Warren Mivs, by their Rimrdlan '
long account of the seoon 1 day's jiroeodincs and friend TlinninsO.} -
: -- --- -- --- ----- Clu.eo'k, Supplies What is it ? .'
of the Paris it : \\rc5o.bJLVtJi\pr"
: great ftU u s-iys VS. S
'ilia first public! act of thC rnoemnx was IIOU1'ICUi/l'Ulll\l. : DengetlL Mays, in 1.1. ownrlght.suui.PneashittInItrsttorofWil. OP ALL KIXDS, That IVuudcrlul Purifying Agvul, .

one of charily: an.I'ahll... i\II'horly r 1 I sii :on: :- In Equity 4 HE now reccltlni by. late arrl\als Irom Sew Fluid

after six the the I.lan.t afflicted of limn A. Maya, 010"1. lib-hard. J. xYork. a New und Extensive Stock of .D.Darby's Prophylactic
poor, \E ( \ hxirplU'GLlT. Mjys I Knnch: ( (IY., Ittdon O.Jbiys i
the various arrou.Ub encnts of the c-imt.il [Q l J1uitlnn.ant Rillio .:Mays. 1'wmul. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, m ( .Veu Jlinrovtry. It u (hi Jietiitt of J.tarntj

repaired to thi-\r repeetive; m-iirios where Mays.1.lnr., which are stIRred t<> prompt paying customers on lltuarch. It it a Triumph of '
they received doles: ot fo.id r.nd some STATION 3 .\, UOUfH7 .\. his "' Itrevurd and the the most rvasonablo terma and luitul time. "
Il\\ 'JmlIijic Skill f
, tritta of.money. Pub'.ie' begging i is prol.ib- \ E: otTur If the p-iblic tliii *.'iI. u VERY( heirs James Mays, ..llu'J.l'f For Oash
,
.C (IKO. KAILHOAT 1 1 ) T lallGK aud : collectIon the It U a Chemical Uuluit of material, proc> bled by
itcil in < it i is France.During .- ( ,) of Southern appearing oli.r"CUol of the Court, r
throjg'wnt 11a
Paris;a 1 ruined Ensa-hi O. M ivs, Sallle K. MiysThomas S. (Henvy,1.: rxeepted.) a PF.DL'CTIOX; OF Nature hi-nclf for rendc-rlngpure the air ..t.re.tli.
the div there! wcro varin-n fi'n'tsoiiients. -'ITI A GOOD f"t'II-I.1' or_ and the h"iis of James Mays are nun residents of Mays the Ti\: PF.R CENT will.be. made from the lowest It. action U In obedience to bed law. ;

For the faithful the CatJiro Iral of Ij.ijgin Hope anti Twine ; Ifm'] Ai TD ; EN7 State oul'iorida., and that Hydon (,'. Muvs, resides market prices.Moiitlcelht QUICK, SUKK, POWEUFUL s sIt
Flu., March 15, 1839. 4 tf
.
Notre Dame was oncn at oas oV-lock, when nut of the Middle( Judicial Circuit of Florida.
JCew Flour, Well :ta'1Vh'ikv ; TREES purifies dwelling-t sinks and kHcIicci;
It is therefore ----- --
the Emperor and Empress wore present ; HAWS, Ham and Shoulder, Mess* Pork ; I' decreed that eon.llieree. ordered, adjudged and It remorea all offensIve, oilon; t
nfr-UMVwme boar the other churc'it-s; and Roses J "Cl. the Ild ; O. Mays,Faille. I E. Mays, It cures biirnn with Instant certainty l
n'CCus ;
Choose ISdtter and Lird
: Thomas and
< ; ; S.Mays Hydon O. Mays doapM| .rand EVERY BODY LOOK HEE!
It from
all tha theatres.- fluent spoiling ;
for the pleasure-seekers Sugar, Salt, Tea and. Coifce. I answer, or demur to th.bUl t>f complaint prevents SIt
@ W E 11",1 It make bard water soft
.\t the same hoar tilting matches, rowing @o filed In on or before the first Monday iu -- ;
U tIe beet eosini-tlc
matches and arju.it io sports took jilaci!: lItho Oar clock U Urge and the tress i j,4uwn and A'oveniber, next ln" It l b further contlitreul. or.J'r..l ,."IF.SIBSCRIBER! h-J juctfinbdied burning snL It keuttcrs bolU 'hcu;forming
;
Seine, and at night another grand ilumination 1@lL, i-c tidy. theist at price which will compare favorably In and .decreed that the above order be published other KILN OF BRICK. Not such brick as It soothes bulb when formed and heals them rap- i
with some licit paper published within the Middle times carried In hat but real! simon
and displays of fire-works. An atvirtiucnt 01" trade. th'oe of tiny Northern grower. are sonia jour ; Idly ;
the
Judicial .
-0E -- "ver\tiu A descriptive Cat*l>Kua will .mulled f.'ve tu all I for four Circuit of State of H.rjo. once a week "pure-such as your ihlinncj should be built of. It relieves heaitburn;
IIlnllth. I He would fiu'tillrbtnU.tliut these brick HAnD
E The handsomest dining rom floor in the HARDWARE : arflCo\ileJrou of putting out Fruit Tress the I Dane at Chamber this 24th June, 1S.19. I I ami would make good put eniout ID hunt are of the fine It UU ciuvs good letter for raibuneleg and scald-bead ukers; corn* and wire.

United States has recently beenl,1i.J in the ihing ( a Nt..lie ta an Anchor ''1. will find it greatly tu their aJvan.t."e June 23th, ( J.)WAYLEd lUKfU.Ju; ge. stores, wber,on rainy dnys it U very disagreeableon It I..nllIbot teeth 8".1 punte: the breath;
Ladies Ordinary at the Anieripaif 1Iu30, -u: ru,1 by purchasing Southern rained Trees, in f.r.f..r. U-41. account of""J. I' dtetroysull ycgrUtileuodcnimul pulxmi;

Hoston. ''Jt is an inlaid moaic Hour, composed l lJlRtBnElt IfLTISG ANt PACKING. ence tu Xurtberu, a b.iu. bitter adapted to thisclimate 1 he subscriber hojtea that all who are in w ant ofa It Ith.. bent I'r"I""II..n| ever uw
ot wood of four diilVr- t..v.o" I and, the varieties baring m of 5000 pieces ; suiply of C'vprut ,
r0sew0041 bl.ick and| Key .t tviITAUto :\*rul D\ItIL' busted South. Ad.Jr. STATE OF once and haul them off for they are at present very It relieves a fc.' miniitiS the bites uf lu>erla,
LlTtrpool n r
I 'UlW.\ .
-mahogany I
nt growths P. J. BEItCgMANs: Co.August 4I I much In Ids .v.. slings uf bees. etc.
:.TimVl'OKT rices. Jdf.r"1 }
walnut and white oat, artistically :rangedja ( b.lt..t i7ti, 1839. 34 4rn7Lt1I.lEL1jQ I JAME3 KLLEXWOOD.June .
CU .or <-.. > W. Ef>WAUl H. Sheriff and Administrator of The JlonXtali J of New Orleans and Mobil are uO
COlllr _
__
Pro'I Hth. 160. tf.
magniliccnt figures. Il"r C3T Will buy id.. Hui.Tallow, n*..,ai, I II u. I -IJe the Jtt. of llobert N. Mathers late ofjeffirtou 17 log It;
} -- -- -- -
.. ..- Lh --- pl..IJ.'orporatioe.. hlp-maoters. mnnuf*<..tureri -
A.-4 Kff; or Poultry : FJorcnj cuuiity, I I. in ProUte
I fle
4 An Irish paper, describing a late, dutl, OtHce, a 'rilteq sugnebUon. be believes that FISK'S METALIC BURIAL% GASES, plunlrrs physician furuUhcd by the gallon at

J that one oftlJo wiinbattajit wa shot OOTTOKT. m:1: 1 1" r n the EsUUnfKobtrtX Mter.t L. in.nlvnt reduced iaU. ,
Rays LFOB The wfint srtntoms( and irrarltt F
for. notice TyphoId ver
: through the"fleshy part of the thight bone. mor MAKE U .J D- Tt.r J Ilvet al persons 1.ln
H..I fotton.ALSO IAL : < against lid to appear and : F er.IUILlg"I..1'y tbeiueoftbU tluld; It hm been
on lle I
---- \.Sl'L" : wine with the Judge i.f Probate of said county,t. know to vbeiktb* tpr
Notice.l'hyaicians i -: or before the lath day of December next, when and upon |>Uulatiour, .
Special .
.A = AGKKT FOR TiE. I II The undersigned ofen )r sale on there beloa'11 to be snbl a i.ro-roU Eitmutes&m.igsttbq distribution erualiterettierus.of the funds ALL sizes, constantly on haul, and for sale by LeadiuK, Mavannvb l'bY6i.-l..I'1I Jugu.stultluuta re using it in CharLeston. -Macon, Columtiu Co.-
THOMAS
are jenr.lly-loth to pak a "ordb Wnkulla reasonable! Urnu, the'fulbi, ;o..rbl property: of at which time the said IS. W. }:" Flu.. Marchl2.l$59. tIMMOXAMonticello. lunibun' Montgomery, fevlma, Mobile and New Or.

i l.nUe..f .t are cull. "'.t medicinelu -.."- I 1101 'YOIiS.\\ ONE DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT ply fur his final discbargv from the .erd".1 ap : ___ lyMonticello I leans.Fur.
Will always have on .!. druggLiU and nwrvhanU
of slid EtUte. by oountry tin
crtlvle In the code of medical ethics,
It la
*D at the.burt I TJIO-S. J, CIIACE i I P. 0 Mail /
,
,bo unctioni the luch rranjernenI
that j.hjicun tut of < and hones is and
a (Nu ti > upward; Segment Sugar a Urge commodious building, Judge of Probate. Try at ba-t one bottle; price 40 avnt Follow
le eonsl'icre a member of the I. Culler' tie-. te. containing! Man btr a rooms, awl tie I
.e> cinuot & on- Eight I'll. June llth 18';), Sm.IStLVIT dlreotiofli. Mjoutattured only in the Labratory o

41 AKociatioo. Bat there are exception to them THOMAS WOODRUFF. Tba-Lot beautiful contains location.ONKFL abut. thrt acres, and u very ----. --- ----- -1--- af Frsin.llo,and fXurthern after this date, the Mu'iltfl be ciceeti DAUBY *; PRICE,

aD.I ot the of accbiumudatian fur Tea veleri. .Aubllrn Ala,
rules, Juelp'ei X.
stringent many B-GO STATIOX. three miles North of the KSTATIOTI(-I:. Mail every rvrnlng, except Sunday atSoYbitk
1839. sale la )l DtloeU".WT.
,.E.eIl1aI'I bare .c'tuaHy! teen ecmptld! ty the 3:31 town of Muntic Uu, containing 1 10 acres. Clearing I WFor

force of fcurU, to rccnmroend the! one of DR. J Jia4- aud improvement enough upon It. to work fifteen Sun: Oi FLORIDA, ) Western LIIIat 7 o'ctock. P. ). ; )I. PAL3IER..7J7vr .
S25: K] \'T Al D hand. All JtKFERSOS f Eutteru Mull aDd sale la New Port. b v -
TEITEU'S STOMACH MITERS fur UMK dWasUlcL : necawary bulldsngsupou the place. I COl1TY. Tuesdays Fridays at 7, P. M.Uroovrrvllle .
CHARLES: T. uf the Mail, Mondays and fridayuU P-JI.Allljitor JAiLESV.. SKJPPEK.X
front the nf-ribr bit -
<,"' see jurticulurljprevalent durhig tbeS.un-1 1I"ASAW.U' Xegof Estate vf WillUm YLR.dmiDi.ratur de I ; Mall, Wednesdays 7 P. M; {(. Persona wUbiag soBs or**, wl.. ct<, analysed -
mer and Fa)!. Thoy Iiov awrrtained float there Hint" MIIE.about l.oi.fire rtout, taD"durlc A'planUtion DID the Aucillo River, tn Madison I ceased. ba filed in El ProUU Oifiee,County a written C. A. BRADLEY. P, M. ,I can hare It dou rb1". term /lysendinftto
i night kno
era na remedies lathe iJiarawcopia .Mcl taa compare I 11'I..xu Inches negro bl 'h aJ, and formerly fnt the aounty "Patterson Hammock ProperCont.allmsl. .* ,ujgMtnn. that ha believes the Ett of William I I t3: (* Vo letters will Le welled after the abovetlmu. I Vrt.euor Iiarty. ,
property 2,000 acres ThU! also -
? placa unprovedand insolvent The office 2b 8n 10 "
l will la from 7 ArrU
opened on Sundays 4
.ith this voodrrful epuun.1 lit dtngtuicut -I of (; W. Uelz r, Eiq. of Jefferson the _
", County eotln necessary building Therefore, to all having i to 8) oYluck A.M.. aud from 1 to S o' 1oek. P. M.Wn ._ ---- -
Th | .rd be _M f I Dole.l.gion persona
of the .y Um: Tbou.aD.lIoftoolm.r cidiu<; I .If. n" ,i | r to fUrida.il. pprhen- I Address, T. J. LtSTOJTilonticello I claianingulusmtsal1 Eolet and Cle the I shall adhere strictly to the abe Last 'Notice .
loa and tu Madison G appear
bmf the low groand of the WeHera V-I iocth.-rD 4dlv4r W. McLEAKY. Aug 27. 1830. Florida I"" with the Jad Prb.l. of said County oa { Monticello. March 8. 1559, .-tf A U.pehUOIladeloted to W tllbatriberu"e fc.r.- /

rin..are.lklw101 that they L.ne found a I Au.' .t !O. I8A9. 7.4t 123 4tJ I, or Lfr.O.l 2ta day of Msrch out. when there .| 21. bylbebw.i nut-lfied that thairaaeoueutx* placed ia -'

I meJjI'we, ji 4.iturly adopted for ictir eilaienU KeroseiieX11tim1iu.t1zig lag. to Mia roo dutribaiioo (10. funds, bcq. Lime Lim QI JOEL B. COIXI a &Jel a. pcu
Notice. I Xtt.amongst I and they are reauasUd toward coons
ttrt MttJemeDt
.bite la A-tber of the iI4atry. during the
portion ,
whIch tbna Chri.T. Taylor, apply COXSTASTLY OX hiANDan4 and aMtleXh .11I01. *.*' -
'iwaia v ) ,tiie dOCUAnd.fur. the article U e-j'uil- fl (my aUtnce fr.inj the State. the Rev.. I II' ; : article 0:1. I'' for hlafiaal discharge lr tl. Administration ofTUOS RUT sul. by the aud nirnwl. at h\t I Cask w wnh SoM.--11 delay tuoS etLlstll -; &beT ..W&bt& ale..h
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? Professional Cards JUST. .l'UBUSJEI... OFEWSPAPER8 notio to 18159.Ootlcy's ) .>. ,
i llnntiOn 1 SuLsrlbeu \
continue r nd
: c contrary, are as wMiing to > > N :

--,-- --- A. C. McCANTS, M. n., TALLAHASSEE & PENSACOLA & GEO. ITALY, their 2. subscription.subscribers order the discontinuance oflhcir O m TWE C il !

--- -- -- i HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, Rail ItofUls.cn ) 1TU WJ @ I llio publisher may continue to Great and
A Cockney Outdone. b J f send (bl'epIWI arenrnge. lre paid. literary I

Our friend Bob Crandall viaitcil England: : JtMiOOU.Cj: : JUDA. ,\ ca 2 or SCJIIIVLE.: 1859.On 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take tlielrBewfpnpers
.
I from the office to which they nre di TWESTY-JflXTII
1 list summor.Vhi1o eLoping nt the metropoli1 njiOlyII.
.. 'lug a hMory, of the onuses of the War, "IthillioirsphuIeuil hold they hnve TiE
-- rectithey
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*, ho happened to drop it to :a coffhouse a ---- -- rptIE: Depnrlmcnt ordered n dully: mull or r".pon.ihlomt ns AND .:
11lnl sketches nnd FFTY.EIGI1
finely (
W. 1>. T. M. 1'At.MKH, M. I'. .ngrnvc.llorll'll. .elled tho'blll mud dl8eontluel1 VOLt
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where a lot cockneys were speakJnp I .. .T.YLOI.....:1... ... .. .... ... $ 'r'le..I..llepnTnlnhn."p, nnd \nlkl'I.hl of IU Heroes, together with the omc,1 inlinerilw) remove to ,'lhout THIS YEAR WILL CONTAIN
of tliftercntinaivtduals. the tn rln 01 1111 frst January, the Battles Montebello, ". ; etc. and the
about swimming powers ORS. TAYLOR & PALMER Informing the } publisher, uewspnpers tM Beading maUI SI I
One old gentleman, said, his 1S5!>, n follow": etc. and Maps, of Itjily, Austria, and.DlthealljleeatCounlrles sent to the forme they held responsible. I 12 rngeor Plates,containing at j
friend Williams could swim five miles in TOoHllrc'llo, Fin., On the Pen. fe (Jco. Haironl: I 6. The Courts have decided that refusing to take 14 *, 720 Woo
tfSrCVmtinne t0 practice In Co'r rtnor.1ilp.g3Mnrih ) the offices, or removing and leavIng tides the .
minutes. Another allowed that Tib- dallv' nt .. .. M. Julie De neopap"frm by Let
forty Macne hlguerttei evidence of intentional
18lh I Telv.lnlnl.e them uncnllid for, Is priot/a"l ill be In 1859, at for
1939. l.VDr. . .5.80P.M.! thes" given prices
bets could do more than this, ha\: "ing sn-nm: ---- ----. -- ,-- Milt lr. Iltro'uellon' by Dr. 1. : frat our extremely low club ratei.
M
forty miles in seven hours. Jjg hero, Hob Robert Scott, ArriventTnllitlins'ceby..aIOA.Leave Wn1kl. itt..8 A. M I., ENZIE: handsomely)bound one volume 12mo 6. The. States Courts hove also repeatedlydeCIded The Oldest the Best and the
cloth, who to perform ,
that neglects
ifhe "offer remark.. The a postmaster
asked
might ) OFFKIW HMl Connecting WalkirV Mi with Po.l Coaches $1.95. I his duty of (riving reasonable notice, R required est Magazine in
answer was. rio Montlcello! to Albany cery ol the week l'IUCr the Post Office department, of the neglect of .
eIllnl St
l? irl3MAL ', 439 Chestnut by
nJJDft and I twice connectingwllhConehesriiniiiiig An.lpuhl.h"J bv addrcMed t'efnl, Ornamental A
"Yes, ccrtatiily.On excepting Sunday to tike from the office, as -
this Bob opened. To Ih(11115. of Montlcello end to Mud'non, Alligator, Baldwin pel"n to them, renders M""lnp"l to the We have now several new departmeqis.

"Your friend Tibbcts t is some immel', March Fi9C.- -- 1m --- nndJucksnnvillc, "Italy nn.ltlle War -of 1859,"-This Iond-om publisher for the subscription price .1., of which Three Dollars' worth' I e
his would bo On the Tnllrtlirmee: : volume written Madame Julie Do Margucriltes' rear.. Gardening for the Ladles. Our
but G. by .
gentlemen, performance I FIFE, Unilonl and Government of the I'lillcd State nitmcnt.! How to make turlllur ,
considered nothing in America. On the Leave TOllo.ec! ,daily (except Sundaj ) and .uinhh' lu.lrnte.1 with Maps I'ortrai. Biiclmnnn .ustrntions. housewife, or, how to
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, has by (1. O. Evans ( original Preslulent-Juumee ; '.
swim with such nt. . .IO A, M. just house. The'nit of
Mississippi, men rapiditythat ... .. Gift Book Publisher) of Philadelphia, at the low Vice-1'resident. th-eekluurldge; and conduct a .
steamboats." 3IOXTICELLO, FI.OIDA Arrive nt St. Marks by .... ..11.25AM WOI'wltb Ualr-
ahead Lewis
to Cites
they go pilot price! of (11,23 nnd I is as well timed as it is cxecute Secretary of Mate- ; Tllf/'T
"Nonsense." Aplil 12, 18S9. ly Leave St t. Murks,\ daily (except Sunday) Is ti show Italy In her Past nnllre.elt<, Secretary of 1r"o.ur-lo\el CuLL ; mote,presre end JUX1rnt; and
.
nt..2.1&P.; M. ih. d..ifn
"No nonsense at all. To show I'm','olilhat WILLIAM S. lLWOHTI ,\rrl'et Tallahassee nt. . .. 8,80 I'. ?iI. she s bases her reader expectancy may 1".ler.tnll" glorious on \hnt Future gruno., Secretary Secretary of of War-John B. Floyd'lhnmr.on; ; (How triment to preserve l 1s the Strongest and In the C 0111
I'm not joking in this matter, willing Connecting with Post Coach to New Port ar I the '
on this \ the has travelled largelythrough Secretary of Nnvy- ) ; I
to make a bet with any )person )'re5\lt.: Attorney Counsellor at t Law riof, and which return before the departure ol 1,1 Europe nuthrhl, an.lla. for a considerable' Postmaster General-Aaron V. Brow I; SomethingEntii'e1y

"Whr.t is it." and theTmln; and with! the line of Mail Steamers. be. period in Milan, wlh 'i.ls to the other great cities Attorney,)' General-Jeruntah S. Black. During the year will It given a .
"That I can out-sw iniaiiy man in Englandand Florida tween New OI'leln., Key West and Cuba, and Intermediate of Italv. ,describes plnecslh whIch she U acquainted vingsofarticlcsthatladie'scau' make
points on the Gulf nrrising nt St. Marks, The of th United States consists of a
knew. *
and Intimately :
of the Middle Cir. Illt
the Courts "hol Conjrr.
personages
give him an hour's !start. '\TlLtpaietee nnd In the District Court of on their way to Key Wet on the 18th :Jand 1st or The statistics of the various States now engaged In Senate of Representatives, and must assemble f.irs w 1 deerptiona bow the to make
"For what sum, MI- ?" 2nd of each month,and nrri\ng! nt St, Marks on hostilities,nre given, with biographical sketches .>f at least once every yeiir in the first Monday eODtent. (Taste CUl'drcn's Lady's Book
the United States.Mnivli low to
"Anything from 50 to a California: gold 15I8.9.Smith. -ly their way to New Orleans on the lath and 20th of, the Sovereigns generally, and Sttelmen. whom the In December, and also at tllf call of the President to cut and Dres contrive them. Patch work.
,
mine." each month.Whenever. war has Ihl'OWlllto prominency, great deal of b pro'lnmntun. .
maker and themilitier.Drawing
these days come on Sunday }hc Train, introduced. which much The) of t wo members from
"We'll take the bet sir and 100 & Vniiii personal nne"I"tlls very composed In all Its Useful
,
variety to
put
np I will run on that dnv' to" connect adds to the spirit old acceptability of the work.- I each State, which are chosen by the Legislatures of
that you-cannot beat Mullins\ and. give him HOUSTOUN, stud the several States, fur the term of and the prfdenl.
AT LAW EIW.\Rl The causes of the war arc fully fairly develop' six'eR'
that start." A'i K11Y! Prest. A Si Siip't e.l. and th.reIsa1pendeul an of TIe Vlce.Pre'l elt of the United States is the t'18t0.1 establishment of tb

"Very good, I stand the bet. There are MADISON C. :FLA. I.rel 29, l 1S59, -, the war Itself up to the present time, including the 'resident[ of the Senate, In which body he has only I "Drodlo"1 be In every number.
sovereigns to bind the bargain." I. -- -- official reports of th.'IIU..battles,nnd chivalrous, I. a canting votewhich Is given In case nf an equal ,Pol(Drullld. VoucllnnLace of
twenty March 22, 1850 I) I II General Oarribnldi l, the gallant Guerrilla I division of the votes of the Senators. In his at).' t
"When shall the swim off?" I ; __B_ exploltof One hundred of
:- come I.n, ..r. t net 1 President pro temper", I chosen by1 the p.ge reading, "ill b
- "Now-this very instant." VOLNEY HOWARD, We notice tlmtnn Introduction lo the, Wo'ik, Ir.t. 8entt. / thly.CoJe's

"That's prepostcrious. The day is too ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Hail Road Notice. Shdtol Mackenzie, 11"rnrnllt'orcgn Editorf : The House of ReprcsontatUes U composed of splendid Engravings on sleeL
lar spent." "Tho "( ) very ) eulogies members from the several States, elected by the London, PurU, and Philadelphia) .

"Day 1 Why, m lear sir, I Intend to QUINCY, FLORIDA. fl HE attention of Consignees ofon.l..hy the TalJL Its Ire8 and execution, people for two )yenis. 1'h. Representatives are apportioned dy's Four, 1"0.and six figured colored
,
luhasseo A Pensacoln handsome the different (States to Kmbroidery Put tern Model
10 tf &Georgia Jt.llold.ls A eopy of the Book 01,11 present among according
swim :a week. In the United States :a week'sswimming ap21 ;_ respectfully culled to the following rule: will be lent Ini. receipt of $l.2i! population. The present ratio, according to the We still continue the publication of

; is nothing." ,. ful the 'book, \nl,1 post-IIIJ.lpol New apportionment, Is one member for every 93,- tiful destgua
"Possible ?" l3iisiiiess Cards.ItM Rule \, of Talnhiece&, Pt'n. and A new Classified Catalogue of Hunk nnd, Gifts, 080 souls In each Stat ,'mnklng the whole number DrusNiia king-With Dlaghl tout-
------- will five of 233., -' Ih'ess patterns- ('
"Yes, sir. Harry Slocnm, of New Orleans Georgia ( Co. \11 h"lueelehhto wlgeuU. 'lt on m.mbel
nai of each member of the Senate with descriptions how to make them.
.r once swam from Charleston to Cuba. J @ Freights are imyable In cash on delivery of good, ulllelton.A.lr..,. G. 0. EVANS. 1.e oompn.alon'enh.l\es U tfOOO per.session, Croachet and Netting work.

But this is wasting time. Let us proceed and,Itorago will be charged on articles lying over, \(.'he to business." I x-xctj. after the following periods: July' 80th, l 1809. 24-tfASSOCIATION. miles of travel, in the usual road, In going to vld upon these lubjeetsU often be
"Where do wish to start from ?" '1"To --. nnd, returning from the seal of Government. GoJcy'i
you UNDERDOSED! IIAYE C'I.lgnepsln 'l'niliiluisee..3, .. dny. It fluab Jitaipti upon
rpllE JIOWAILD number of .; of President und Vice-
"land's end." ?. .L ..llhe l ( above House, nnd nr ,t wilbln. 0 miles of a depot, 6dn><, PHILADELPHIA. I President The under the Iccor new apportionment will be In the ,'. nnmhrl for 1839, .111;
"' there I dajover newest deigns '
? t'
"
.Vhy ; pared lo the Wlndo1 clrlaln.
neeolmolnlo : of whom 151 Is fur a choice.
"Because I intend to swim roun& the They have recently repaired the I RE.OPFX'j I 2 11 dnp.Tls -4jD.unevcleuut; I"if"tinl c"fbl.J.by tptnat l.'n- all.The Goeminent of ni-eessory the United States is glalsc slippers cups,cloaks, \

i island: and wish plenty ofsea.Eoom." ed,I It with nenl and comfortable rule \1 bestiitlsedhereci to, In,1 pnrli *;mkfed iesnissSfor nA J'.r"lrtt Relt/of/l Epulrmie 8..1 and Ditcavi.'pUBHOWAUD diitrtntj. sented, by Misiitcrs i Plenipotentiary at the (' r"lre. es de,Chambnebrldeui'dreseea Fancy articles l head dresses, hair
the. its will he supplied with Ihebent renuVnteJlo I il( aN Great BritaIn, France, nu. Austria Brazil carriage '
-
island
Spain
The idea: swimming around Every attention\ will be given for the comfort or sending the llloll"re be \ comply theI\ ASSOCIATION, 1m 1"\ of 11. and Mexico and I. nt theCourts ma ntilUs, walking dreU' riding
of Great Britain was something that cock. gu".I. New ptables nl.I..1, to the house. Cllnot I .1'prp.l. !JL awful destruction human life caused by f.x.I I of mo'l ; by Mllloersleoid.nt this drcI.e.
foreign
neydom had never heard of. Mullins said, .. The head-quartersAnd :March 20, 18.10. 1OL'I'OCX tur'E:5' : lal diseases, nnd tha deceptions practiced upon Is much connected( by commercial, Intercourse. Send) In your orJ"II.n, as we t>I,'et
"such a pull would kill an 'orse," but he was the Mtern olll .1\ltor Lines h- m' _'___ ___'. unfortunate >icthui '" dl.e.es by Quacks, several country: There were also In 1838, 197 and 1869 %1U reach 50.000 collIes The !

i,., useil to such things. Mullins persisted, of Stages kept "',-, JUST: :. 1'LTULISIIEI). years ago tireelellhcr Consulting Surgeon, us Commercial Agents from the United (onsu.residing subseribing i-i. to send your money direct
ttate. Tho
-' The Stage for the E.isCIeaee Monday, \VInehiiyin1 "| n ('ILA 11T : Arr of thei' Ilml', to lisher .who send Inrpe. UnOUlt.
in countries, anti 21 Charges,
however in his refusal to undertake any Saturday nights; and for .Albany' every iiight, .. .. ... open n Dispeimnry for the treatment ehiM efdl.en"4.lunlthclrfurm. l'I..I:1 I from foreign send IOnS, but notes will answer I "
thing so absurd. In consequence of which : except Sunday, .. ., and to give MEDICAL Illd o'intrics CIII.lhn\'olmn\'cAI.goll. procured.
:Mullin's friends had to come out with a BLACKBURN:( SIM.Mo.V LECTURES who npplv I by witha 1"t"t
& Al\'ICH al 1'1"1. The of Ministers Is at the followingsalaries'Great l'm.i Ca h In
forfeit in the shape of a basket of lleid :.>t elo. Fin., July 'Ja. 1859. My'plIKSTHSCIHUER description of their eOloitlul. (age, occupation pay Britain, txe. ()( France nl
( \' : ; ;
crjur]: t"YYr r liabiUnf life, .1.. .)and easfl Illrlmu poverty, IG.OIHI One copy one year, {fl. e"plc
sick. .S : LL Z. : toKUHXl-WSIKIMl'lXKS: : OK) I'HAUUl: h.: Russia, tlj.00"t ; SpaIn, U2.000Austria: $12,000) ); Three copies one $.il.
I year
tho remainder of Bob's in 1- @ D '. JHKV. I'R1I' Pruvuitl3,000( ; $1 2,000; Mtxleo! ;
During stay [ ] [-1yt ITI It 1'll.I."to ndllh.t the A..lltion .III.I.b lrnzl. 11,011 1v copies one''elr.. and an extra
England, he was looked upon as the 'Mcr\[ lO : utrG( i STOWKLL IJROW.N' ( h'I.nllll, of tho iv'e, nnd. will fur-. China, tt2.0) ni e"unlrl' tIO.'J.' pemon sending a dil. making six copies.
.
ioau -the who talked swim- hue mot>t treatment Eight: cciii&'s year, and an extra
Prodigy- man I : PlXTTFULLY IXL ()/ Ktrett Cliapel, Lwr"D 01.1 nlllo\eJ mol'l JUDICIAL: DEPARTMENT.
) ", I Iu I tlielr Annual per .eldinl the club, malting! nine : I
Ucoi,
from London to Nova Scotia. (
his
ruing forms MCllsnlllhe t public goneral- Chulefjustlee of the n.'Knr : .
Report tlto tr Atm t> ) "' Diseases, cx.PreM tl.v one Ntm
upon ,1 SnlreleC"urt-P y..arld "
4...... I ly, that lie I'ultilneoln keep open the uLol.eluu.. FIST SERIES. the hl'/hest, with,the success Associate Jnctlees! .- Cutron, son rending the twelve .. ; <
INCLINED TO QUARREL. and U rl"1ored| to accommodate' pcriimncnt 11,1IrJo.lelt : ,- hits nttoudethel"I."I"f"ctinl.",!,. Surgeons tn the,\Ileh Samuel NiNon, .).1.11.I'nllll.l,James M. "nJ'nl The above eu..nmLIIL deviated

lonlo'ro. :, '. With :a Diogrniilucal Introduction by of Spermntorrha, Seiiilniil'caknesn, Oonorrhirn\lle, Peter V. I IIII.I. Itulrrt X"tlil(ltf"r.l. tir how many tune ordered.
We heard that prince of (-lory-tellers, Oleot, 8nIi.,the >lee of Onanl.ni or $elf.'uh'uuss.. And the only; 'inagiuinft that con lie
1- 'rem Calloway,get off the!follow ing a midst X.ai'v-ory Gtn' })R. P.. SIIELTOX- MACKENZIE.Publinhed ;. Kidneysand mlI.'r., ite., und order 'ov4'ramt'iit o( Florida. to any nf the above clubs Is Arthur's !
w\tlith\ IIou. continuance of fur, the EXECUTIVE: 1(F.I'Ain M/EXT. f din1 1.r more of I lint he .
bursts of laughter, the other night. Squaring tC-C-JJJ under .special arrangement with the a tie same plan 1'I.ulll I tt 01 cal
himself and stretching ont his leg, lielegan n IirgeanJcommodi. Tfr ,9 Author, Onn vnllle. lima, cloth, with steel Portrait year On'; "1'"r- la..I"1 S. vctrri.tuuyF. )'. I In the place of the J.o) Book, if f rcf.'
where horses will be wtl PrK'cJl.00 1 The.1rtPtrs on are,1 iew of the, past feel l vurcd $.... I. Vilh'plgue.Comptroller fyKcutl dulling v-ilft otJifr ]
: m that 1'1"1' I in tliU uphereof benevulunt, effortlinve ; -T. W. I.rciard. um,1' p
"There little blim built fellow *' Led'ujlhuukuttuuI Arthui's
was once a
terl of gl .lt benefit to tl.e nlllieted, peelnl- Treul4iurer-hiulllcs H. Austin.
rich Jew and the ) AND BUGGIES OPINION Or THE I to nnd t h. .1 ved both one year f.'r CliJiul.(
as a independent as FXGI I I'fE'O. ly younn they ive ru.u, to devote HegUlcr of Public I.uuiuul.-l, D. S. WalUr. .
devil, riding along a highway the State conveyance of travelers niu "We have renil! Mr. II. S. Itrowu's 'I.elrd'111 lieiu olvLK, with renewed zeal, t to thisery: Important .1 : liud.v's I.a Iv's Book ansi Harper's .
I of tho country, nnd to hire, much sallffiietlon. Mr. Brown tl'I.PkI. and nl.h de.pl'cd enuiu. .1DKI.IEI.nIEXT. nor for 1,60..
Georgia, when ho overtook a man driving by the day C. BLISS, to'the people." He has jul nost Inowl every qlnltelti"1 An admirable Ueport on Spernuitoriho'n, or Sent Thomn ruultxehI-chuir Justice; Gody's; Ijuly's liouk, lIrpcrs' : .
a drove of hogs by the help of a big April 5, 1850.7if. ] Proprietor. for it, if w\mny judge' from his printed 1.101'ele.- tutu I Wenklc.the \tee of:Onnol.l. //"otull.tion. t'.I. J ul'nt. l thur's Home Mn Celine, one year, $0.
raw boned, six-feet-two specimen of human There l is no maudlin sentimentality 11. .t ,, ; orSelf-Abme,and othi r diwaws if tlie Sexual organs H: 1: I 011 8n. Ass"llteJIt : The above is the cult!. \iiy' w .can du

I ;ity. Stopping the last named individual JOSEPH BOARDMAN all Is healthful ns the breeze on the hill, !. There Nno by tie 'onsulting Surgeon wi .I be! sent bv Papy-Attorney a.u"lll) per'sMagn/ine,
accosted hIm : ,'III-trnl; ho Is both to honest and too carnosl mail (In a ... cut elope) Fit : CIlAUCig, MIDDLE Jlrl\(''IT. The money must al'ay.lucllt at nut
fur H neither I Pharlsaie scorn of \I Ice. onreeelpt, of TWO STAMPS for ... mhirlieporU Jt,1.zc-,1.: WrIcs Bftker.Solkllur of the club
"I say are these your hogs ?' Washington look Uuililinj?,-(Corner of nor any elTomliintunpollgizingforU! ,but n \ .look nnd Tracts on the nature IIJ t'O'\I'ltlllt "ofSe -S. I n. Subscription In the BiitUh Irolle"
'No sir, I'm to work by the month.' Second Mulberry Streets,) on those who are sin-degraded ns his brethren. Hespenks uul dUen.e<, .diet Ai'.nre el'lolanll.hell pnbliiilied 8t"lhen. : :-*. 11" IU" 1'/\:0 cents
"What pay might you bo getting, friend ? to the people almost as CiO of thciiKilvcionly for graluitnus ilNti ilmtlon, nud \Hle, scut to COlX'Y On'ICI sei'IU'r, t.i pny' .llrl,-,,", noMuge to
"Ten dollars a month and whiskey thrown IVE J& O O 3>ar ; 0-3130. from a high level i ''1.1, though he uses their the ntllicted. Simeof the n \ .., methods Jud.'e of rruluuik--T., .1. C'bace; A'l'reb' !
in DEALER IX- phrazcs yi-t neqiinlntnnce wIth our homely of trmtinentdi eoxereddurliigthuli8t, ( I ye rare Cleik of Coturt.-Jilin Wct-t; I, A.
was the rei'ly.look common sense pll\rlo. soil employs tnMn! of great vII :J.rir-l W. Klward; 523 Chotnuttrect, h'hulluudelhului, I'n.
"Well here 1'11111 weak little inof-- Law Medical, School and Miscellaneous tell le.Ad.h'forU'1"11 and Collector .lumcji Mortis
: ly. There Is no alfel'\ltl.l.f raor"ml'.v or treatment I It.3. SKILLINI TI" 1 ; -- -
fcnsive man, and people} arc apt> to impose @ @O @ cern fur tlio poor"('I 11.lr 6011.;" but' I there'll I that I 101'HITOX."Iil t ( l $url"ol.llowardiiMOiUtion, County) Trcncturr-A. I II. 3Iel'nul; Tho ..
9 real innulv concern which can ntliird ', ) Pu. r-Samuel Carroll; :
Now lnrou
me, d'you lice I I'll give 011twentyf tl ll.pelM 'hl..I..IIhla.
upon )
\'e dollars a month to ride aloud'with liliiuk: Books, Stationery, DrawingMATERIAL.de. with prof..> .I.n. stud ti cvpreiu' It. *..If i-hlelly lly orli of tt l 11111,1. -W. H. Ellis: ; Li J D1YJ J \
In Da\ls, A. IL Wilford, J. :
but br.ivc
nud .
euliii ren'-lblv rut. t eiideavi<. : HE.UiTVVELL, ('mni.t.'nproal
.
G\rlf ., Ae.t"g".lll 1:71It. I'r".t .I'or 9.YOLUJ .
me and protect me, wa.i Mr.\ : The pNv'rl. "Miith erv and little ",01." you innj EO F.\iha-il i ,Sec'y. ; W"Ier. 11.
Jiers reply. 'But,' he added, as thought or.t'llrulII)' ut"'Ile.1 to. reverie II ease. ll'u true ,Ieolro I., thepeoplnlipnrtly April IS. I miK !ly 1- AND
II.fl.
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struck him, how might you bo on a fight?' _ Khownby th, \leh he .
1,111lh
-- collect nnd prup.uucsthue :( ,', T The C Charleston EDIT\ T. \RTlt.r ASP :ni
the"Never six footer.been licked in my life, trejoiucd BRIOK-LAYING AND PLASTERING. ,lieaeLi..'..I il"r.I.1 tInt.Ilt.tco\eUmnr.hnl"ll poverty facts .Tlie T e Temperance Crusader, I e Mercury, r.: TOW.VSKSU.

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..... innv prench 11.1"I."m,1I l Tloellil"' In announcing the; Volumes of the
"Just the man I want. It's a bargain: ?' Joseph: : O. 'I'tL3rlc,1., of liUenrueslntws I iw ,'lle"J by, .h"I'rfull i -- .\ I'olUiral, Coinuirrriul and I.ilc- zlne for 1859, the r"LI.hpr cannot but

queried Gardner. MOWYflOELLO: IFLA.pCSPECTFl'LLY \ltb which it toll along the highway; ; of common REMOVAL TO THE OF ATLANTA !IConsiderably rarf eW8pallr.I significant fin t 1111. 'hiI nearly
"Six-footer ruminated. Twenty-five dollars sense. Hu hnsno recourse to rel.II! ,., ,, CIT I DAILY AND racy periodical country hut f
-double wages-nothing to do but ride Ilf"I'm. the ehizl'. of JeflcrIV ting eharget., al.ll., I too strong "r exaggeration.Truth .- Enlarged I L lED TJ.WEEKLY. 1858, loler the dcpitsj'.ng: li.lluenc .
and adjoining counties, that he coittiniteet0'nrry
son U emmdi fni'liim ; t Ih'roer" no The Mercury gives daily relwrl of the Markets the Homo Magazine Increawd In
ivand and smash: a fellow's occasionally : I. on the above in iU branches, 'olllhlt
mug Ln.lne. 11 dislinctiim he the worst and Marine Intelligence (lnrlellon. and < fCharleston previous A fact like this
I when he's sassy. Six i accepted.! Alt would bo plnased, to receive 1 portion of the \leis yet 'ollevI'r Whl. f'ellhat the censor himself] muhaea = 10,000 commerce in the '". seaports of the any incut-It speaks year_ for ; and we only

They rode along; till just at night they patronage of the public. Orl leutll01'1 doneIn coarse t.nteor prurleut iuiaglimtion. These world. The Weekly Trice Current U alado1' I'r.a.tlli it, that it 1",1 1.1 encouraged us
reached a Dismounting at the n-4 oo.l.t'lc as can he l"e"lpl.he.II )any ono uuiluy afternoon lectures are lot "seruuu.seuuor Intended 1'mrUlAfm Ulng ,a State Journal rather with much care, and from I the moot a magazine for the Homes
village. In State. Entire snti. .lln I should bpublished IK connection with the "A"oclated I'reM" Insures
door in. Gardner 110 I Ilnrllle to be. In them he grnp| lee wIth itekuuosvteihg..l thln.eOUII' paper Ilqur.tlolty. ple thut shall coui tn luth
they went immediately every ctse. and work done on uA< I"rm. I c\lh; but still, 'ssluhlesupeuinuttlue eves of the at the most central anJmvttiiUiloeuhty; the latest lutelligcnceby Telegraph nl.1tho c..le.tuel. true and welcome ranl.lnJ,
tingled out the biggest man in thu room, t3"lle? will like Uesupei intend the making andburning U"real nature, of \IntlhdrIIif.'lfe: tot and sInce .\tl.lltl offers advantages. In these two by Steamers from Europe. It has an I has occurred since tb flcud., cumber
And picked a fuss with him. .After considerable of Brick. re"II..to 11.1.10\hug ,hut U Iljlt, III. II I pnrtlc.ul.irs mipeiior to any other place we accomplished correspondent.in London (la gentleman Our continue under \
ai'nr i
: } 'romiscuousJawing, Gardner tnrntd May Slst, H59. t-Ij'y ashamed iospcl of (' nor chnrjl'all\I lime determined, through the iutluence yf numbering I connected with the Editorial staff of the London orlol mahzln01 before, and its r.
1 to his fighting friend and intimated that -- -- --- with even seeming; to let them go away wlh tho friends In.II'u.llg citizens of the Sltp. to remove Times.) and re"rlal c'rlllln.l| .nl in New to be largely supplied fl'lltbo editors'
our city hence, ( number York. Washington, and Havana. Themonthly
lint
hupr..lun I d. and not the oteo ; trt er vf the
tho licking of that man had become a sad on h.'Hn. U aonllj to be souzht. lng.llmof II of the new series tor 185?, will be l. from New York Fashion Ietteri.. and wcikly lug wrier.IfiioJic.il, ,'il.1 d"I II!ltd ta.l

necessity. Six-foot peeled went in, and WOtt.o Brown we haven mun who we bhould judge, can.itfr.J lint point early in January nest, saudi titlargtJ letters on life \Vesbhngtou are adJiu''r.il. ptlrae-! that no other work"II.h ha t
came out first best. t> go where any clas..of Ood'screuturesare tojether with other improvements. tin,' la favor. f! iu !la'.3readers.! Its literary notices I supply. Besides the Literary att'lpte 1

The next night at another hotel,the same PAMPHLETS j domesticated, for he I.\ strong and hU strength Uholy. Thu Literary l'nltCII. "I contnn. under f'oni the non oC a gentleman will be, as heretofore, In etch number,
."-Jfouthly Chrlttittn thuS' control of : Mr. perhnf ins highest position the
scene was re-enacted Gardner getting into Hill Heads Blank Noh' tyerttttor.A Ellor ltr.. among literary A MOTHERS'DEPARTMENT.
; copy.of the book with a Rift, L. L. Vcaiey aol Sin ; E Bryan, tl of Men of the South, are discriminating aud -
a row with the biggest man in the place Ln'o1s, B1nD1s, sent by mni. piwt upon III"II"I' of('\11. whom will reside In .Inr Attention i h ]>aid to all matters eoml'hen.ln. A IF.LTI 1lIARDIEY',

and six-footer doing the fighting.At Cards fec. lur ROil t twenty Iul. Rev. Jut',. A. ReyuoliU, ( I R) Ole of the mOt I al concern (especially those in reference to the 'lant- AX\GIL'TRE.StRTHE

last: on the third day, they came to a .\ new Clarified Catalogue of Books. and Gifts. aeeolplsllllplluter, Inlhe :South will continue lug and A rl'ullllllt.r.l'. and to the current TOILED

ferry, kept by s huge double listed man, Executed with Dllle'.lnJ di'laleh at the office with Ind"eenllb to ..Iglnti he sent free ou "I l'IJ""er. news of the dlUrat cre U taken that nothing. AN EDITORIAL
With of location central, shall columns hich shoull be
of the application. advantages I city no appear In'i. w excluded
orle1 I'
who had been licked in his life.Vhilst Fetidly J'lr..ul
never ,
t'l nd.ri.
and of from the circle.
: $. ,. crowing importance a.
\ the river Gardner Payment rri/uirej soon tillrtry of iroi t'. JJ 1. FAX l'ILI.hew Alllla.e nc1.1lo; Colored Fashion
crossing as lI'1U.at : "., ; Impe to publinh a paper[ which shall be adequate The Political creed of Mercury! con.Utsu! hue -
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began to( find fault, and "blow.' The % ,, Floiida July SOlh, 1859. the great demands of the tempcrnuca cause, Bad At principles of the Democratic party as laid down in I Fine Steel
ferryman naturally got ma.l threw things -- ---- --- ----- -- --- ----- the same time supply the waU of* prominent Literary I the Virginia and Kentucky Resolution 179S an.l .Engravings L

Around kind o'loose, and told them hU ojnnioo .A Bargain Offered! Journal, iu the Sonth. 1709-theSoier !.fnty of the Mate; a Strict Con- bcbide a almost endless variety of
of their kind. ... ... ... ... I TAKE THE CHEAPEST Many filcnds of the Cruller prodict that its auh.lrlltiun Construction of the Federal Conttitutiou by the edle-AVorli .
"W 1:1.eE.it:: Is Host.Tha | lt willl>e doubled during the ensueing General Gverua'1ent.' the Agent of he Mates;:Free k
Gardner then turned his friend: "from : GOO AOm 'ho o.I will then skIt\ weekly nearly ten Trade, of: the will continue to be given. V.
tAN \dmhr.l.tlou
the shoulder and gently broke thu intelligence tbou."d -. To realise all this, will la
: hOI' fully require General! Government. Its policy Ih. union ol/ word, the Home Magazine dial) b j
to him, "that he wnsso1"rY, but that Daily [ but a slight effort on the part of our friend. the Southern State la maintaining their rights. name Implies; while in style of f
SALE 2A Evening Dispatch Will that elfin be made promptly earnestly tSubscription
of
FOr
it was absolutely necessary to thrash that TERMS-PayaWe Adance.Duilv belly tjpogrephy, it will not U
price $2. Our addres, after the first i anv Magniine of its kind in the country. "

ferryman.Six-footer nodded hu head but Sltl11oth.. A Large New and Commodious S. A ltlUSIE E\-IDiXl1t BV of AU Ik'celherm communications be Atlantd..Oo.should be addressed Tii-'Veckly,per .. I uO 0. to ibeadmhreroof3liMTownscnd K-orn that she will commence,.Il ;. '
:
ing. ; ATKIIVSOiAt \ .JN(.). II. SEALS, Clubs will be famished number new novel, entitled ,

It was: plainly to be seen, that he did not $ .,00 por AIIIIIIIII. Proprietor. of the Daily. . .a. .folows'I : Wait alid'
Lg Q: l] n ------- -- copies 40 00
rcuah the job, by the way he bhriigge I his lW[ : [ XU EC The Cheapest Taper iu the South THE: XB 1'LS ULTRA OF / Five copies t.f the Tri-Weekly. 20 0 To be eontianed ;
shoulders, but there was no help! for it. The name of no person, out of barl..tonm through six or seven
: So when their reached the hhore, both I iiti: ISJFR.SIGN offer* for sale. 1.1t phuitation It contains the Latest Gtlelnl News ; SevDg AXevola.ln.os. entered on our books, unlcw the payment of the L. the Magazine.. Tbos* who have read

stripped and at'it they went. Up and down 1. Jcf'.11 (County Florida set'en I contailts: Reliable Coniniert-ial News; TiE I'\TE I.E\-Er f-EWl.VU MACHINE. subscription k made In adunee Nor w ill orders store nel not be reminded of the f
mile of MOltl on the Maze It.mil leading t'oiitttmie all the Telegraphic Ne' e M.n.F.C1rEO Y TiE GLOBE from without the city publish tem
the bank, over the sand into the water they I Est cl\ I ; notices. \dnrUement. .
Marrbgc Obituaries
to lJi..n.colh.l.il' )acres "f'lllll'}L.XI I tontuils the Congres.sioumal; News ClU'.XT. I or be to. Da TJSJiMS.
fought, scratched, gouged, bit and rolled ; 3U9 Broadway X.w less the caah -
or an One for
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acres City one f J Two
till at the end of an hour the ferryman cav "beb unpea lund Ild god Iu short, it i is made: up of News from all May be truly regardcvl ) the "ne plus ultr.- of I the order. acceptable Money always refeence.be forwarded accompany copy f8; year ; copies '
f".ill.There. may Yourcopie.foroueyear. $
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Quarters: tl :riveil from the Mails and the Sewing and all w ha are wUhiu to find 'f
ed. Six-footer triumphant it had been .opec the pluee uu eno.'llont l.hne. ; I ut our risk in registered l letters.fajTostmufteri All additional subscribers above four,
Wires and through a large number ofSPECI. 1 capable of doing any kind of ,
tough work. are authorized to act a. our rate, that is, $1,25
..LYJRHWI: hewing for Tailors UOu..lv'., w'iih sutUuotiou iu sulacribetand serihers and prUII1 Wher
aI\ Ino Agents obtaining $1<
his lSH .\ L comn: POXUEXT8. for.rJinjthe getter up
Going (
to he
employer scratched lose
up ber.tuf.r.uuklo"'nbout no duo in money; and by sending us fivs Thuih w ill be entitled to
his head for a moment; and thou broke The lwcll.lun.I U '6 feet by 3& (containing 'flue Telegre1h antI !lai fdhitI&'o of.\Uuslo. give ordering one of .\ !ehlne. blob with f:enclosed-or Ft e trl-wetkly .ubsriber subscribers, Specimens a addtnJ tpy.. 0
i it materkl ads untage diMril'Uiini. for the are to kliuihir position other Sew with loe fured Lo.1
forth. Six comtortuhlo poonv*, anti w jut point occupy I enclosed, will be entitled to an Extra Co- or make up _
Lafet News; nndatt Evening pau.'rfurm-hes) New. lug Machines that a Patent Lever Watch(and or, if cub
every ; they retain
"Look here Mr. Gardner your sahry HuUlieil in good style.The 1 to Geor1 and adjoining trtute*. 1.(0 hour Kxly knolull value) occupies towards a Lepine or of th.rrefered.pre-pa\meat for may their trouble twenty and per in I Clubbing with other
bets mighty well, Jbut-I'm-of-the-o- situated tie, in IJuue. of soy other medium. I nn\ sroud rate "atch e.ut the extra

pinion that you are inclined to be quarrelsome. The Plantation lies inulOat'ly Sulh.WC.a'l'n RIJ. -0 I 'This Machine. makes Stitch, which looksthe Out of South {lpr.., no person whatever Isatithuorizad I Home,$ Magazine and }!d"a

Here I've only been with you three House. : Tlic DisJutch same t on both sides efthe fabric, and ,'bel cannot I! to collect debt already due to the Mer )Home.10 and { ) -
e ripped.
days, aud I've licked the thw bigged men Few places, unite lure advantagcoiujy eCil. cur. : Mage
PRICE FIFTY POLLiKS. fa./O -
in the country! I think tl'Ihad;; Health TfESDAV, th. State, Mr. Samuel Burgess it our Book
this bt-t- and Fertility of soil, ILBU.UED 1 all respects equal to machines In-retufore sold lar to make E reu. lma Magazine,God/y' Lady

ter dissolve, for you see Mr. Gardner: I'm I than this; being WELL WATER aud so local One Dolal: and Fifty cts. i per annum. at hundred dollar and, upwards.Spetimene 1.! iness Agent and ,subscriptuius..eolkCllon.lod procure uew biu- I pcr's Let!l.wa.o'lr.1* for .

afraid you're inclined "to be quam-lime, ed as to eouimaud an outlet for all liuiv, with A CII of I'he, or ?Iore, gl. of sewing done bv the Patent Lever lo Charleston Mr. James P. Budds, connected I t>. sore to r s'.
year
and I reckon I'll draw !I'JlunaAa J"zllte GOOD RAXGE.CATTLE and IIOGat2T It columns of Matter I !I.ehln. will the b forwarded to any part of the cbun- with the office, is our regularly authorized collector lay other rwHo<8>!. .

.- ..... .. ,.1 U"., sad be jour owe judge eOllI TI-1 the Commercial Beading and General; trupon N. B. An receipt of a postage stamp. i who has, full power to receipt for moneys now due I Address T. S.
and reliable
energetic
If you porcbase a good i is olJ red IDo V Agent i I wanted i l the paper, aJ to contract for future biuines .RTH
ww rlec.lt th. cud the Prices
Jay Current
"Six feet in his boots !I''j exclaimed old to you sud at I I ID Augusta. la every town and Tillage of the United States i other 1 debt tout, I 323 Waut .
th. : it contains attractive uber".lo are orient
au of l
Mrs "What will the A l made, in abteoee, variety pleading M. and Ciuiafcu' t sell th. above named M cbin" An ly in dues .
ce.u. imperti- our ly mail
t.lori may b my eellany; together with Original and sleet at the ear
arrangement will b.1, with the uses THS- (UDU80V
iienoe of this world come to, I wonder?- Kugbtl.uIoltb'plaee, who Sketches, J'otr..o la a word. The Weakly I Du- aianl.go" who U wilUvr have prio Bv 6 doing. they .iln ns tw,at -- .
,
the
will give all Arr.lv soon. lercball t > fii an amount C. E. L.
necessary >t rrincinlportioa
tell patch a Southern si-1 \ A11.
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Why th.y.w.-ht just as reasonbly me R HACKL' D "elphatily lJu.n !f excluEv i 'jeacy *f tb profits '
that a man has sir head: in !lib hat. -lun UUi < H ( .hIQC HoU. "rlrOI G!" .t ; N: A Literary sad 10ltll.yl
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