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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00350
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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'Profrsiional (nub: cste Cnr&, I; A. GALLIE, t 1'rnm the W..:.jng1i! :>M Union.Dfcsy iiim a "jm-t man, and! r Iftt! jn !I.-? j..n r". : fj'Uivu'.e ..;tltllg-lin; oa frails and artsriifc 1! Afri'-s; !>"(:!"j- tht'l) <#TctiT ned l male
) cf Abslitbnta'i In Sftr f' tatt''v! I l IlttW corumr11.L. better slive: : t}r.\O (1t. .
In:\Ll.lt l\ ] 8I3fl. ti nu : o'i'i' yet tienw-e lie, br I>tTne incspfratioii j 1 .v RIM .) : 31. : C ijJppaT-co'or.! j
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.(aic. t rto'iAtL'. i "):,h.11.;, '..1ar'll} 1", I"'-.Ii. aad.x Iliviaeomm.in.l. foretni{ the : in thy tint pl.i'-e lazy. b.lonj ali! Lope .4 t 1'Jtf;' *, bv"CTe th. _. are more *Q.- *.pt".l.Ie; .;t'tra

DM GOODS I PROFiaiHiS) { I- nE.\i) : Ih; n ItlW : I 11\ C Tfsul pt1t ,:lavcij of the chiMren! cf Jlan. von givehimwrae '.' :iu.j.ru.einei.t. They will"not .;Jr!. Now *. / 'naau-jn, anti thtlr hnprovemcct v. it.;

Dir.it. Shise ,, \,I if i.c! S.-. J ,t l.hCA.: ). .dic,1! in tlic Jour lU'-eof:' very hard thnists. awl! leave him on tf et I i.;. L:. or.iMv!:.* ; :!! t?h. law f .. .. I T'.; . .." 'at. 'fLi'a---l h : ; '. 1: : .k--j'11JC.t. .
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OFFICE*. li*.. .". !.. :,.\01..1,01' J ;:. 1!...'. -icRE1 p-irtiv-iri a. a very rtercr jft'trt : l hut f see no i I laiJ'ltotian.Vl Noah} in the av "f T<"- r 1H! to 2. Ti.is- nf d. !ur.; R> :>,-!!t'd a "*".- of the w!.if"', tat!, i- ,|fws afeothn .'
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am! SASH r. i CO (G; BDEK\ SIM ; tlie South an]1 alienate one section uf tleetn- J1. you him ,!lon :' Y uj easy toe
j I. i I I ion till IIK'IC fr.mi tUt other. Have we 11- j s.v: IH mistook Caii iU fur 113m. JoIIIO.. ,. '.' -i;'- :: *l,::L., ., .;' tin .a--.' : t!' } J.hm:11: : lionv e. ,:.M tio wltLviit; : the *! vehol,Jiera.-

II !: \ L t. 1: 1\ at tl'o North MnnnhtUd our own ..I 1fht.CII2CQ i! ,ii.l l, the predctiun .n.l the enrc r-'!" ,11j '. r. -t '-: :n,' tiri'! r I fit:' th- ark.h: ,? .n.d, J.) ,.. S,-s ion tI.e.: cr.uihi! ::.'.- aloi.g and adorn!

ItV:,. MISTS.OILS. Gt-o-vr.th of 3..838 _, J in contract ; the !5rjof tlic Sooth.oiiit" j hCi"e-o Mml1. .tion. :Tb'J y.rhi.pthe ; :. ph.t v ;'li 'Invt-! ; iim to ;t. :; tli,; pa t }l.it".fC'lr.; o.;.rtry ; Washiajtu::

c.lH. up to, or Iteyoiid the liei'tliv! oiiit J i t1 l1l2t' in thc i>iv inc 31IUifli41IItIVt.VI l'tl l Hut'ri( i- lift )n'y: n grcnt wiliJcrc'f .h'!;'i*"!i. tip I l.-in'ii.ij-: ; ,.I -:. .ir.l l. PinLa'ir :

...tElIlJX I. ';, j I : Gum DROPS, ; \Vu-K! it uot be well for a<. tbi u time j, f> look- a'e the cltiMren of: ( '-t;I': :vs.: TraJhit, *.: a ;f V,:; i.:41: :r.* I> it C"1 \:.ft.::!:t.i:i! ne; grow- :..'. :.L.;->:., .""' ", (rnwfyr.I. Jutkd.fa..ks.ti
; .% t 1 lil-ory; onlto in the 1 bilicf tl.i Ii -t-i! : |- o'V; \ t vauOtl. \\ _';. Beiitoi -Hot: out tht.
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\jITHC.0 fa".1\.!..ir.., rl4'II'I. n., ,! tl:. j.u'ili-. I OF ALL FLAVORS ; WetLrt-n at the Soutii.' tl<' continent of .\f1 hI. TLein-wi-lhio'i,1 ;' .' r.-,.:''r-\f..> tl! errtii :i..i Ino.1'; .- ; ::... -,. a;:, ; .. .fctk'v.>! of othrrs, f-o-
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art ti .uL. ,> j'I'U] dig Ir 4 bttin< }f /; CO1.Y1: UL.v } toitiau< sen- p.up'.i; ,\ .
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a .1 Uetvivit 111,4 .ruiaih '.'Ioit *:i|.>}ui*>, 'i'Ita!;! r-.xh ,J timout that Las taken pltfp tii'Hng1! th''a' < rigbteoti> man. ami preacher! ti't :,';: ; men fr"u.
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t *r.. 'H tll Lc i"< i-"<;..jii / >'. 'j' I:1 : tl1"J'UW.\-:1't'I.1m r.Ar.XMzn!:f Jr., twenty-five J earn on the vul jed pf -I:urn'.- t {....l1 *- 'Noa'h. "A s,'nn. tof :" ':'\ ::'i'" Lf.; ii I hoI": .,:HII -. iIi'! ir r;, i ,u.al'I.:0: "|"": th-. ita.s T" .. in Cr.sJ.? fully the-I peer-

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Dr. Miles 2t Sash, i A GA.IrE'S: I'' condition of mnikii., I nujx'it; Ll: groatly i itite IIi i ( 0'. 'r.I'I'ith! a IltlW'Il.r.oti.e! ; :;! *'r: c\! t.'l'r.ti"j< lit!. t.iil he builds h's Iw/a-e a. :::d l l'lth mo: :.,I an.I rbl'k.'US dmrwtr' t 1J'

o 'p' .', SUI 1'&iH; .o-I.\I..I\.l..TlI. u.. :(' nzt b 01 r | VARIETY CASH STORE iuprovcj by FU lJm jMlitkil: eiane.r! 'J'jie )', --every chief hiving 'lu- rct'.ui";:, of :-a' '. ., :. ilk; hi> t'arui. hence the Indian 111..t !i.Iit i--, :\ uti l.ut 4:1; :e ryirt:; .itj -iricg; ii.rnr.ro' : -
, TAlLA.S.I a AM>*-i <:>.<>> \l i.\t .it .sfL.OFflCE ./. ,. j while; he tr'lmte: : Ji\'t : ))1'. o ;111ourk. un a..1\ V.I.:, ,. ; ofthc slave ;- Jt> -: ; l.'JlM'tli; :, real i
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i IS in t 'l'pt of a l rg-o ai<1 oxttivc: a-K>rtm it of cry caiiieto my youthful ear, ] : : inlrr -
.t Dr. :L XiuL-iuuxMii.tdt ttt.1gayI1S3. tU I waftfrlbv tho fhwiipii rcith of 'I p"ttv kin.!'!. t''iI. icihir' I .if-iuet4 11',! 'U. \CI.1 U.iI 11.,: iii-----h tll:.' .: ;h' ,uur" ..,.rI'(: -atnIaeti.ti.a ; .-.
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tIt 1 !!r<"" Y.\rlO ClAym'il:, lojif! VASE, I 14' (rom Vir 'fia an i \(>rjor *>r. Alr vt i-'Jti :: treat tr i : -n 'I !f' ': I '.
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: BAKNAIU J) Jr. r. I Y.ZSI4i;. C, LF.JIT.Goa. toJ 'hn'a- an 11 Ill, inil.. 'oe'atl. :111t1 l lpolitial r. Tiioinp-; ) !hav: \ ; ;t-1 : ; "pt'Ct'h
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WILL < 0\'n'" :: rue ci 0 E J'3. I: E 50 : awl i laitir.ot1it 'h:1. I :.. Jays t. ; ; II".m. ut-ri. ., :a il.J lth. r ',:.. !!t 'i I. -, ,., -'. i I':' !t.-\ .n.i? strive t.) "-( !. .
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RUG a MEDICINE' BUS.NESCOF :, the! anr'ent: : : :"i- : :a t !; : pi' '' i"; 1 1'1",1.0\.1.h.i. \ : --5 a..es .- ; to v.-r: ntlIt"
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Iu.Ip: WHJ r\lw J f--*.:L !1-\\' l,v tie' i'acku '". ; till uhr lo 'otion: to the abolitiort! the! >-';- i t. i Tiin sfihj'lin in the i.f'l:' .-.\ h': J f'h.t > :,"!.I hia.zti' t I \\11Ihrd./ : !... .,\ J.:, : 111 1'1.1.\. ra!,( ].::1.It. ih.c C't lr.r| be foand in

, lT .\UI: r.13. U'-s. 1C trade; t'las.tilt: \\oji'>-)u caJ" : ;N'iiie drivers u-rv' ia.k. it'i.,,: W.i-k.! But :' .tH'-I.lltI7"! .!:. tll..t.Jfnl'r; ,. c.l ..h.: "a\ ti,., ..ii'...latu party: fa i::.> IjL-tuiy OflV.f
TIIK MOJJTAR, -- ----- -- .i UI"a. -, mithe ; :.i'-I 1 n'rlltl" f--ar. 1-\ !i-ut !1"1.-1. to : kt' :I.a'I.1 : !i-it, t----t., ,-" "DO
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t tiUttfI. -. I':. l.s- .: oe of th- lir.lv .'.n\-> (.1 iuc: ., .: :ioi.ikthat tl* Canoankool: u ,.r > tnt !I.-: k. ;ptt'f ; :: ; a -i the I'-puMi .*'! r ..>k 1":1t'\ .wcre
_January 19. 186 3 y 10mj DiILLY) 11'1"-., ; paiat'I tlc!; wi.1! chu-ft-iin: yov.C'aaijdvll on hi-; ...i 1' i tluti jump lit twuM to the Chi-; '!.MI th;.t. i ii w.irking- K,:.-hiveol .'ttll'il :t : 1 1- i. .-t' it R'>d nurtured l t.y it : it is t'jei'r meat

:B: H. BERRY \\' (>II'J.! :. -; 'f.:1. :'N -d<-. ri i"!! |1'1. ., KII fuo, so 1&rPYI i- i if f !ilifi were not black the ni'Ht haw I b.ti \ ', t.ntt.i in Lun: tr.,! -; :... nr-i: 'r1'iie r: --t t .!ri'tk' IheJr: nervine( n.1 I rtro-Ivne ; their

8 > 1...-(.. 11 I .. < I r! !i'j( -. d',1I'!" .i. th> i" *H!H., '-1.t sii1'1! uiv i.HMJ, "l1di.'L'intill; tliJl' e;.-!">.t, I ll l> 'I'l-'tLev w .ro la/ri"ijt Iii. n.-- I : of rl'o' ;..:;;ral vlteof v-our brethrx.i at t Zei ii: eonrtiet'nd'hir! con-o-tion! in defeat.'
Auctioneer and Commission Dro\H..llult'J.lI..twllt) < >.. (1.I ,' Ii., ,;ii-t "f .' t.'n": South. Perliipif tnv! cl.-M.ivjd th.. Tli" ,!"-Mio-ntif .
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j May ucxt Hi" imlirin .vii: 11-i: '* .'! 1 I. i-1: 1 u .< :: : '. > >', *.t .-I.I.I.ltr.J'\: ;' : ,-. rlflt il i".rtiit'' -'nr: :'e reitil, its t tli
MERCHANT. j jAiLAHAgsEE ; II tinXoith b.". ,i- : tho : a : ;f io
1 tL full ati-fiictk'n to all who vill fKitonzo him. > 'nc>] to :miiit.' :s v roi I_,'. Tlix ;>!laiini\' i I ; ; tiutli.: 111: i>- :raphy w its highest
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Fla, Sept. 1855.39 I April 24, 1853. 17 Cow per \\xjit out his c'MiipaWon in tlio; touchinline raulitvt VMIO }j-canitti-tl; t( en.-lavc! tln C'ai.aI -e } -il'n? measure of U.itish.insalt
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?, not ht\'c a sa\e! for all : they were luborinpf men, years they had in*
-i. 1 POST & MEL '! 1 but bccautc were'ltfull.e1. thcrcl\ vv -tern bUtcs Mui-icr! t!:'u unarriae-covcza.rit i stilted our ting, embarrassed
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W. BREVARD Jr. the golil l that ever earned ;" and those tones of suftVring, of I j >o degraded that a transtVr Ir. the HebrewCoInlaincaILb i I with as little consideration as the mo.t ruth- tribute our commerce ; when they had seized
jLlrtoxM3.oy rtt La COMMISSION MERCHANTS Ic vclIder.l Sensuality i is not at tltisIour I oar sailors and fired
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I ,I compassion, of pit, were echoed by every true ( vva.s vvorshipped our ships and hung
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 61 PoydrasKEFER Stktct I } producin s s much social degradation I innocent men for being found
harp, and re-echoed by orator and preacher, was a privilege and! a Lle ooIillci' on board an.

jApril!4,1888. __ 17_ ._ ___ _. __ I NEI"9V ORLEAm-S. till the whole atmosphere of New England I This furnishes the parallel point on v\nich nor destroying ri.mv li'cs at the South asat American vessel, then Henry Clay, Felix
: M. QUcNN, I was vocal with the rics of the slave. I have i: American slaveholders rely with great confidence. the North ; but I tins is not the point. "What I Grundy, and John C. Calhoun, and their associates -

TO done mv full share of it ; but greater men t The Africans were taken from the were the blacks socially when taken from performed a lustration ;-then the

Copyist and Accountant, I MewM. Thototl .. Ptrt'm & Cti, TalL-ihai u, Fin bare been mistaken, and have in riper riiost degraded heathenism, aid!( .are here Africa The King Dahomey has four bun I democracy America vindicated the nation!

OPFKS HIS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC "" 1. R. Harria Detiham & Palmer Moot e..lJo. of Bible I palm oil to the coast, and thence new nun flag over the ocean and from that
or riff AT THE t-irrrou Beard A Denham, St. Marks of earlier days. Burke once was enraptured opinion every man, more of them ; day to this
October, 30. 18i8. 44 I 1.!.. /flie Filer Key West with the voice of Liberty, as she cried have been fitted for and gone to heaven from and tobacco back to the palace for their husband all the progress ind expansion at honfc and

'-' ATlOKLEV '" I Mc. rs. *Nan4it HIGH N. MiKhmoa. 1 r the joint of and freedom. the democratic .
o TJiomasynie strength of his mankood be was l in Africa. Dr. Dwgtilltid;' f'rot long production slavery party.

Attorney at Law I j I -Auptui-- It.- 1S5S. --:13-. II-- .-- denounce tht criiiles committed compelledto in her fence and wide observation, that he never Slavery produces the tobacco and molasses J This glory will remain in spite of all that

. HOGUE name. Sir James Mclntosh l tfrote hiS Vindicial knew but one lazy man converted. And and then we Yankees make the rum and eend enmity or mistaken zeal! can do to mar or destroy -
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TII.I.\n\c'iF: ILA. ;I I Gallic;" compelled, by a l lonij- is! God had some chosen people in Africa, it them both in our vessels to the coast of Africato it. You may possibly suceeed (but may
January 17. 1857. :-11' : ATTOUXEYtS & COUNSELLORS I was that snould.be buy oil gathered by women and carried ou heaven prevent ) in the
'. : j er experience and n wider observation, to necessary they taught to yon attempt you are
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John B. Whitehurst I A.T LA.VV" cancel the opinions of early life by tho e of work in order to their conversion. But in their heads in jars from fifty to two hundred making to trample under your feet the covenant

II formed in the of matnrer years. I am cOlr1r led to cancel the South they arc not allowed to read the uilles. They ara-drivon along by a herd of of our fathers, and exalt sectional party
partiierfliip pmcfice
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT lAW, I HAVE. and will a nttcuJ t" aUl1'.lfehi.J:11] ) busi- many things thr.1,1 have: siid on tile subject Bible. Well, in Africa, they neither read it, I lazy men and stepping carefully every minute with sectional aims to places of power and

M.AIM 1.H.! ..\ I, (111" f'ntl U@tftl! t) (lair onre of blav'cry, and substitute for them the opinion II III hear of it, nor from it." Faith cometh by [!i under the express condition that if one pot trust ; but the day of your accc:3 would !I.

7"n.1. ;j":1' !' "' j'l> :' .. 0i i ;
"',11"11,. '.\'.,-, il.1"11_ i 1 llul.< <.,..ti.. M.y1.1S.! $. I q \hnt, or I"'ar11:1! :, \.m licit. ..i;.1-I.; :,rlr' tnth than to live entirely. destitute of it ? i wife must be cut off to atone for it. I i j day of t 11lr.th' summer your sun wauIJ'mIv -

ami |wy "j 1'.i..1 i ull i'' ''i"li; to < < .: ,. --- <- s; -c.-h iii; Cong::' 'xs : tloh 1 : -Junk' I Von ntote: the eighth! commandment n* aprohibition I Now is it any great sin to catch a set of. ,: rise to go dow n. Opposition is your n-

S ivml<.i .!7, : -,".">. -1 '-lj E.: C. Cabell, ; :.!:1' uli! i ;:1\>' 1 Ifr Ol1t'tlu..A r'-rtioii* uh.chi ; j of "Ian.Thi., i iizii-riiiar.; Were j these l.i/y fdlotll, ;"'. live (;tm tl"- earniimus..ttheir :j I iusion-theonlv. Cement of your part,. Your

j .A "t 0.I. .0 y 't II a."C't i loar anro-ton tiii. '. .' Th brought wi\'c., lam tliei to v-r>rt. make tlu-iu I i plrty11: toiistiuct
:P. i serve in> ,tlu-r c-n-l than ; :"i.ipv! to irrit'tt" {i l-S y or | nothing ; they lay down
Benj Young. I'I. T \ I.L\I LSiL': :, J-'l. \. ithout conv'inctn;. nut my com i idion. at 1. :'ienttd to tl'-brini'ngof: slavi. to this counry. i! ",)': tc.i h tin'in to I Icvc one another and to no principles! : r.-lhcre. to no name. Mr. Banks

.'AW6 f ..': .t.H'itJ.: ., :' 1 ',I I.ti.y ". } ;,:', 2 1! tin1 pro,nt tm; :Ift'. not o .ly that thelavc- ', t '. It is a singular fact. that vhiliuebuast '' love their! chiMnn! ] so that their hi;he:t ambition i gor s fur the absorption of the colored races
-.J\ b" of Puritan the laws *>haI!! no longi be to bay au extra num- while Mr. Blair for their
of tin
I our
D h.t.1tr"! have: a roripKtf vI.i; Hnti 'i of their i iI i anoestiy, pro- I goes expulsion.liiih .-
I 1 >nt would hah"! t't' 1 K r of wives that they may have a few "pick- j \\ "'.alllc the Iiev of the
Luntiit IN tI'ITY.Tlf. i USE IKSUBANCB.ir. present portion! : i hat: ih<\)' are cnx'tloi tu t.Iouk.d >: i tl.iy hang n-cn that livid | j j l' party
"'; .!. p-t" ". in the C.'r1* ..f t'ir"ctern Cir I .' ujxjn as enctators to the country and ito j a humln-d years :';tn. as engaged iu the Nl!l.;'e I Ii Itrani aninnies"thildrcn) to sell C A wild! African The democratic pal tJ has carried the coun:

\ 1 C'tl .: Bor t.t. alll ILe I e.ki.J! (..!r'-. 1 : nun: : IVSIRIMTn \ rOJiP.nr. the hUman nty. I I i ,'. directly lirectlj! '; and another law i recently lr ,alit to Bo-ton La lll.'rtLlut1"W"'l..i try up from small J beginning s to its presen ,

(..eIr. ,UI oI'U.u, A". \< H' t t\d T1'.1 I IA Tlie only pr..nn.l or ".ht.*b I can claim thoir II j jpjiKenre would iinpru-on ail men u Ito \lived\ forty vear> i iltl.ce. | | for an old gun which lc; MWh n i i I pro-perons and happy condition ; and, only
FIN\ \'l .
i L\l'I: ( ) I1'I.r
( what he wanted of it ,he
naked '
/://; /: A::vj; .N.C : : a:I,1 l f,rl'caraiice to\Ht1'\1u; m.ME; : : i: The iijl.th eoniiiian-liaont "a. given i replied, "to j ji I I occasionally I being taken out to be aired nail
c.r n -. ; ..::. ;. I i listsa and have I ;
i wile to pell.
pickaninnies purified is
*TT. -T J. J.I'' -, j v. ith tht.ir arlair, awl> for thtlsin th..m ", : ('" the way out of E;\pt. It v\t the t-har- destined! under that name, am*
CW. J. n. Aikr*. f. / if fji, S. C. j Aggrrgatr rI'i; I, l0( OOJOO t i much a> "c iir:'.t. nn l a> .iiiie "WI cPlltilHj'' t,'r, the i-on-tiiutit/u *.ftHc l Jit,.brew r.'ti.n.-- 1 Is it any harm to yoke 1111 j such men :m.l01 k : witi? t'-M-ntially. original and! present prin
J-.E& jt In,iMfi-N. I V! 1.1;LI IS, .Ag..L I I] All their otht r 1-iws wire '% itr..IK"l bv theP.'I.I.I. ) the laziiu"-- :m.t! the brntahty oat of them ?- j' ciplt-s to govern this. nation" remain
to dt% i it tin's; : 'I1t.w.\ \ > u< the fal I. pn-m", : ": we
Da. J '\II.. -. J.rtl:,&? ,r<. 17t1. I T..f,1 I"" r.. r. i. l' .; ;. .f. t 1 Y,' lint say there i i. Utter to do- a rcpubJic. :
IO. 'Yt'I!! hln1 ,': N you way j Equality all the States
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'. on which! v<' i. oiicil torrto'U to tiKc; c In. ; now ; they among
'A7.WILLIA3I --. -- -- j YtEztL :. .;; 'A'HOo I (+lion*. They {\ e away thir: cav by (...tI1I ; haJlavc" bv Irvine pcniii--Iou, UTxkrthis it. Thore may be, but it wants the evidence !j jwfa each State to manage thtir ov.. n atTairs slavei -
j .-harter.. JTow couM' it.t1u.' successful cAperirnent. The )Jurn ius I IOIMV holders' not to be taunted nor insulted for that
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SCOTT: I cc -ion : for i it'slavvrj' bo a .'iu, a wiwnsr. t- I It
I t "'jL no ftr: mill.lm re-i 1"t the couluro.i .' fiffl-i'i-i it Jtiit are the slaves kinilic'd their alters devotion all arontil' I fa*;t- c-jiial right in the ntw Territories and!

A Y"CF v j J.t. -j' lJ :y.*?JI i' Dr. T. Hayward VJi1L.I'N' tliat efforts ought t-> b J 11111'l, s ion "s }.- : -toli'ii! ? Certainly not by AiiuriiaiiThey1 i the .\fri'an coat but the wavi-tof barbarism. I new 'Inntl- anucxe I 'nil u\\ States "t-Ic\ned,

MONTU'TLLO: : ILAI ; i'1-. :.1! in .I. fi,'r.,.n .wtitv. onel if 1 clUe to Jo it awaTitlic ]ihtlos! ->phrt that E.'l'.' IlIl'lI" }>ay for them, trau-Kr tbftn, :and: I have extiuguwhiil! them. Jamaica, in M>in r 't 0. t.j! .si-hi to Ct'I.iO.Ihmiwe .

&lv .ft..I .:. :.s l1 ;.111 1_- > tl-. fir fll 'Ire. ItTiktrn nnSt. Aozn.- I -lavery is wmi.;;;, $i.prnjj nj p in Virginia: anil i pro.ide! for them. In the onH an.! inti beiievr.'c'it of devoted miahiotuiries, JJritL philantLu-py. ', I are the principle", mottoes anil banners
i tiw .1. flf1 'r" l ln. Ir.if.i.ijt1 l srriwc ti fie! i I and Amet.-au; 'patliv i.> la.t rec.>vlitig ofs Rcce{ which
: < .ui- : vaa'Kj'ttti! IInll l (':' '\: r,1 l in nearly ii! {lie : : mmn'f in which it can I.,? d.'in>. .\- 10 syn I > wave around! thetTeinaerotic -
FLOYD & HOLLAND .i.-3iog; (-..!'1\'. liiti'ctai.lzvi:."tl ati-traitii.n tl.at through itlleiitu-t to bu tinrisui. Half a million : party. .
1 Janu"i1i'*. 2 t H\ Stat" : :11I.1 l the snu v\a< thenor. in n'an tan-
Attorneys at 1c.w. -. 'iirr\ion with the correct and rrand princi- not I h... j'r"pv'rtv in la.in it has been 'ontradv'ted Jt i of people! tin-re in twenty years have not liltetlls I A 4lt'Cti:nat
!' & McGl8llan I plo <>f human goifrnmcnt scaticrc'l wide o- j t front the fiMindation (,1' the wMI.l to : 1l1:1nJ spade- cf earth as twenty tln-us-iiul C. LOVEJOY
'TILI. Ir4k4 iH fM fimiit CiWs of "'i.ld1e Yone I
; I Yauket-it iu California in oue-ihir-lotthe time. To Hon. OWEN
LOVEJOV
the tim. ). C.
IIoMinj
t and ttt 1.,1.! and i i:1 tl!.. Su!",'Me Ox'art ; I ver the free Siaton Th<\\' have had their pre"pnt use, a'i-1 tran ,
the S..tlr. AI o in fit,- It.. ed Sftat-., m the K.n h.-m I H
II.J. .FLO U Otfirr ApaUHJo-l-' "'h, .On.yn: IT f l\: 'c'L.A.j> :Miii i .\"" '. w 5th them also. 'i and! yet you 'onI.lt thoro i is no (11'.1| in the, them then that i-lan, hid. wa once a fruit I

n .lItlLI.-'X>, H$** Qaint.'. rh.i'N..I"O. C. (.. YON c E, I'm ,..J. r. Ud LETXA f, 'ara.J.tiary ._ jro.-vii old Hebrew; tongue that ronvvy, the field, would not bo going back to a wilderness.i The last Petersburg Express gets off the

lt1. >. 1s:,". ii The South are imp1't't tl' c. The con, i- j I ,iea; of jwwrn-rty in nran. When master in- '! The best thing that eonlJ!, IKS dono fur .Africa j follow ing good thing, which occurred.in that

'zritu: O.l'U"E- I' --- tntion protects them the JJiM protects them, ;l n-lv! ert'ntlv kilie.| h'sslavo.! no bl'.od "* to if they could! live therewouldIKJ! to send them I.I Ia ci'y on the first day of tlic pie&ent month :

I Ellis, Orlopp & Co., and thc cXi| erkiie of mankind j rotcct tlu-m. i j be .hed, for "*- IN. Jti. mQIl"!'." !X>es not j I hundred tlO"awlIJlI'ri.m! sa\'choIJcr, Tlie nijn of folly nnd fuu was paramount
Our tther> tiunK1 a covenant. w jib their i tlaI| work them of \iliz.\- yesterday and hundreds fell
to to some tlegrtc c victims to
I -, tint up i the.
Dr.) 'Jim : \\ n>: rn: i \ur: = IN I mean property CIt j
J.arroll1; f'. Tbev cane intu the ( mon with their quids a-.d quKlJifies. of the f
I tion. jokers t> fe.i!on,
11ARf11.11E n.\fi riTLERY cannot be !le-ui. th .t ,he ilea "f lav4'- j
-| 1 AV ISJ p<"n.ni't.,l lkr ,.4(1J War M'uirP; 14'.S. African s-iaves on terms of eqnnlity.Ve a cj i It i is that tLc life of the slave at i Among the "good ones" We have
gleaned
[ J I r/',','>: rr 7 ( rv. -.. .. ::- inn all tiiro-iirli;. the Bible : it vn* stamjv charged
J ) ', UifVl In- JIK ,''--.1: I (mii.--s It llio 1 .5 5'* t1. (epted thos. terms ; re mnM g. t no bettor J ; from tLc numbers related! to there
1 the South i sometimes at the of the us, i U o&eI
ed!
.itI if Uw .urr..tn.if'! e ( 'w.:'r-. < tl.co at hi I. 1 xsi.1 1. P.-: d. 01. ::.' Y..V.. to day ; :n:<1! .t we -Iwuld be gla to make upon the entire hi-tory of the J( wi.h nal Jtion. |i mercy I i which it will do to
; oblivion
i. i mutir. In Africa the immediate body str- j never relinquish to ,
r..iJconcoe in l n.1 l
fl'f'nt..f rK the of
'Xt': > < :M 1 i i upon hitoiv even.igonnis
%iou:( ; l lri! LM. .
is ;If it;t were not made to it if }1.r.-
Xove'1l11 1 .". 4 or renew i iJ v.uitof t hkf, at bid uefvtb at or its ghost! would haunt us 'forever, nntl keep
7. .f'11. i MAX A < 01:1.01'1'!!I Ja I nation upon the fwe of the earth) : iixlt-,'d I every are oncelehealeil i'
'- k"11 ani! r>n tbunc kuiiditions; u e fl.)\ h.n *. axilar! in
o'l
J ; <
Tt'OMAS r.1.1 IS. and hurried forward to attend the our ) a perpetual paralysis, tupiiii -
I'
WILLI1 I S. J)1L1VOT1I) vtronarly suspect this; j is the normal 1 -ontition! I It I
I .Imh 22. 1.i1'. 4 The South cLt'iu: the right to go into ntwterritory fir hare of d4 "rI\.1 and I new wants of their oM ini ter. Is it wicked !ucd l by exci'feiivo laughter. Some
portions ,
Allornry an-1. ConnsrIIor at I Lav.MONTKILT and try the new land \%ith their a rwe Indies "
were anxious to fool"
L believe that sustain tt> buy these devoteil victims of heathenism i ii } oong \pril aFmflIk.
can readily
man
W. L. Bond & Co. I a may I
IatiH th' !
: />. FLnr.WA. % territory bc-comcs a ovtrvijra the relation of ,sl.ivebolJt, in ell f'\C'.1 l > i: and put them nnderthe! prole*,tion of CM ilized.[ !i iand ; son-] natured old! woman who lived
I A% KitNr-, (-nJ.i *. K' r-ti.. EWrctair Sthtit'! tlnn bow t:j'hs wilt, ft s l cfore all!! l j C' TI1 often Christian ? Just in j next door and b.Ii ted as a vessel l in which
"t\fILL pr*(tic in tlM-rt>nrt of the Mitlll C '- 1J H! :N. H! ,.. ; .. ; : other 1 M'K'tuto, and 1 with the entire JiintO appiohT- masters proportion -
t-w.if.g TIjI; i is .
Tf fuit. AIII Th' nnj .l/ IVroal.-eLoap. wvre'gv. n jlt aneqirt.t! the of tlu-ho slaves! is | to transmit the ele1 .
nl rust..I "nothing
>' >* Cot.wtv. March 52. If 56. lilf claim fouiiJcd: on a ( ir illttrprdatiou( of j 1! ant silver *
12-ljr --- fll e uL."itm'lI1 tJ.icow in Afri<*:i. ju-t to that degree i is there a motivc I' tureen. "Nothing/ therefore,
) imrAonn: :. ff?
-- --- -- the constitution. Slacnhould} be :
L"0.\G & UALKRAITI ] flow permitte If!!. Ixxik at the iock! of. UIH-LIII! : bc-a-t and !' ; to the heirs to spare their lives. SoI j was carefully put in it, a s, ow white napkin
l to tnnatural} law to regionfor whichit I far \fri.\ i is concerned the lave trade 'j vv at tbrownoverit! and a servant bore the
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i H. 1.i .I. that have come out of its train. In- a : was 'I
ATTORNEYS AT Lvw, TALL\IIASMM:, Tr *. Dr. J. : H. Gardner, is i bet ad-ipte It will go nowhere el<'. i iVoa fiKthat! are Cut up abase ofgii.J f 1 and i is humane in its operatioiii ; its alt,lition I facetious charge into the house of the inten- .

li\f A. LONG .t J. fl. OALBIlAinihiveii-o-i Tf.\\\ >;" ,. .., -t t -T.i' Vil.- .,fT, r. !.!s Vrol coald net force it into. New II.uap.hIre.} 1 charac-ter mill Ilt'1 ecr'luan} ; in ,' was the result of 'ntimert.11.1 not the dctetmination I tIed viciim. The servant delivered the tureen
: ,
tedUiem8 ;lresinlL. prt''tic.>f Law. T'm-j' : fe L i--: >:" u: 'vi ': .T' ; < :iu i .':"ctiu >.I 11"1':L ce tOt lop it there if intioduced. The t-\jK>ri- I j jTcneral to counterbalance thoir pr.ii-e hunianiU : of calm at. ) deliberate .tat!"tnan- 1:[ over, with tho message that "tt're1' .some.
will attend lh Courts in the Middle AI..I' P.iI.--- *' merit lia-s l mali.uityDj !i
Circuit.tho i tried
Supreme ; ecn and failed.; Jlaverv w :is >i Missus her and the
thins sent
j : it called for [ uJaolipeetiotrt
t tot the ; ,
f .11' Oat of ]. JJrTII vvus by con- j
the al ot
Courts and tli- District Courts cf tlu United j Vt 1"1-i "ii in bla-phemv. tra't\ rights
n the northern! ( Stat.enot !: the '
I j up Sy dition of the vvurld! I ol course, opened it-bat
nor by < having no
States at T&11Rhue.O111ceoppoiteLhe!. man have grown the more Aextract! rlijit"f} j j jnomau any .ieepseatolientuuucnt
Court House. j G. Troup Maswtll, H. D.HTICI !i f"'rro of ;aia!, but 1/flrtral1a" t : and once rt'>}jH.-otal,!c wives call i"3t. 1 ioor.il i i3 proved from the fart, that I idea that the nothing found therein was inten

October 28,1854. Ir i : t-v M;- IDLM.: CITY JIUTELTahaluissee I!. it,! i. true the, Iieth.o'1":: fit'. tie last .twinij -. 'i 1'nul a cru..tvid. l l'a-ht-! !,.'. an.t.r.1L:1il a the nation; lortmcM vi iu ;il rogatoii ha. cow -- detl to hoax her, innocently) expressed bee
-- Fla. ;,-';''e years jiave pro-Mcto, creai < O.T 01sentiment I tyrant because Sarah o'' 'J.1 him, and J'a.u : ievivd 1 it on other *!ShOre nil: un.ler another j jHam. admiration at the beauty of the gift, sent back

7 BOOK-BINDING.: _January 89,1859. 5 __ __ I on the subject of slavery 1 in the !make JI1. ltio:] .f the fact. The second edition .*, adding whatever sin there is in the J,j tbe servant, with ". thousand thinks!" to htr

THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW' I Northern States ; but you know how utterly of the rights of woman is divorce, uaftin- : direct open slave trade, the other sin of hvpocriy kind, good mistress," and promised makrf

WITH Nathaniel Hamlen, Utrrcn of any good results it has been to.the ity," and universal concui.iniu.tc. We ban and false pretence. a return on some appropriate occasion -the

TOOLS AIm pjr MATERIALS; COMMISSION MERCHANT, African. In tcords-and because their nrmi- far more of these immoral tendencies in the i inortlicrn : Jamaict nb laborers,. not because there next baby for instance in the shape of an

FOR BOOK&SS1& BINDING No. 38 Pojdrss SL, New Orleans. bet is Email l" and will continue to be rrrall- States than they have at the South. Arc not plenty of them on the island, but because embroidered cap, or a pretty gown The

!. all u we have in thecrtrcme North given them the Is it not time to look at home they will not work ; and the same British tureen was worth fiftj dollar I aDd ke old
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cttiseo* ofTftlUbawcc bniDcbet aod nod olioiu rroaoding th. patronage couotrr.of Ilia the REFERS TOEx.Goy.James I rights of citizenship and equality ; but in The truth Is, we have bt'en'ont to con- 1 philanthropy hid, stands guard over the lady carefully laid it bj in her cupboard as a-

Shop b in the Brk-k office fbrmerlj occupied bv Dr. Eo Dtoouie l TaUab.aSl Fla. teorlf we deny them. The most respectable template the condition of the slaves at the stalwart and immensely lazy son of Ham, treasure beyond price, DeTer dreaming that it
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Csu.oppo: t. the Epiftcor ] Cbureh. He M a practical 1en. R. A. ShaDe r colored men in Boston would not be permitted South from wrong point of view. We coin- bring* i ift the feebler children of Shem and was merely! tdteoded aa a vehicle or an April -

Zfiod.r, aDd feels sure that be ean do wore as A. B. 1101' 1 Ye'trJ'Orl to hire or to own and Jjuietly enjoy pare them with.rates or nations more highlycirilized dooms them to the same bondage under an- fool, .The young ladies have not yet mastered *-
well aDd M cheap as it can be done elsewhere. R. K. SpeDCft', Etq. r in the broad (
a pew ante 6f fashionable other e"uffiL4at< to undeceive the .
name.
any onsophisticatfid
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CHARLES John J. Soelliog. Qoincj. Fla.Gco. and their condition seems a harsh ( pnrage
July 17,1858. S9-ly [ tr FUTDElSEN.Setcpy. Wm. Bailey Jeffmon txnintj 11* church. In the 'Vt'' where jour soil i is and degraded one ; but what were they when Honor to the aagttcion and far eeing ",i thn" of their decidedly impractical -

-, -. J..0 Putnam Era., Madison Fla. more fertile and where more free., colored the Christian nations took them by the hand statesmen Georgia and Soatfr.CjaroIina, almost joke. -

Hanckel 'Lowell ; A uju61ul SUtle, &q. Cedar Keys, Fla. men would be likely to go, you are' fiibre and led them across the ocean f American the only consistent slave States in the

,t Daniel Rwninglon.&q.Bell, E.&, Hamilton. county Fla.lil stringent I and the black laws of Ohio, Illinois slavery fcas produced and cultivated more African Union ; for they breasted the united streams: The following "eanw oflT* recenJyTwogentlemen6aldogiharp -: .

FACTORS, U, S ., l} T1.x-mani1te. Oeo. I I Iowa, and Oregon, and the still more expulsive intellect t. more social affection, mere Of British'and American fanaticism, claimed I boy appear.

-. ) : JM\ J. Mrnljsq.. Duucannlle, Geo.N.T. Topeka constitution of Kansas-for Christian emotion in two hundred years'Lkn and maintained their rights and saved the Boj-Well, sir,'gf t any bites .

(:icncral (Commission McrcliaalsCHARLESTOIT 20, 185S. 47 ,I which, I believe you and all your repablican all Africa (Central and Southern) for two* South from barrenness and desolation, the II Gent-(foueoncernerf) Lots o/ 'em.

associates voted-proclaim, as with trumpet- thousand years. American slavery is a redemption North from a civil war, and the negroes from; j Boj-1.m a-$-und r year bAt. -
S. C. lIRE INSURANCE tongue, the innate and ineradicable prejudice* : a deliverance from African heath- : barbarism. If more laborers are needed for Race between boy land divert Sundry stones

c-. F. HXM KI L. r. w. I'Q1OLL. j i surE FIRE AD SUBK L\SUR15CE CO., against the African, )lurking, as it still does : enism. "The dark places of the earth are : Taxes Central America, parts of Mexico and I -b97 a little ahead. [. ,

'T'JIET will .-V <-\1' .Ic'rriftvn ff J'f'MIf't I or j PJNSYLVANIA. in the bosom of those whose tongues are eloquent full of habitations of cruelty ;" and no Cuba they ought to be brought, without objections

J. JIerdltan.fwiU? rnaljc adTar.eci en all I j I I X&UKE agsicst low by Fire on the usual term, ;;for his rights.f part of the earth is more dark or more filled under such humane reguJ"tionsuare My son, what would you .Io,.if y par. .flcv

Ntt1"fzt'lmr.b.. t I 1 F. H. FLAGO A0' .. am not a little inrprfced at the manner in : with crnelty than Africa. Treading beneath ,I madcjn other case for the comfort ofpassengers. should be mddenly taken 'from >ou,t ''"Svri rand .
1 1 T. ":1h.."- .' IVi.-tnVi, ''S liS* ri ,1.i..L von -ptk ot Noah. The Bible! ,'a11; their feet one of the ifo"i fertile soil they' These laborer should'come from I chew tobacco."
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: "Wrsd the irpcnuit .r.' wa 5ndrt! Jy! ceeviomdly For lice Floridian & BY TELGBE. tcaj

'loribiau | onnial. tie appointment ..f Biigham Ycnn;* bir r>hi.ndiuioitrati.'ii ..- MEFSB& EcjTots: I'irane permit me, through your i' tie Court Is' elide farther order? thert-of, B. 5L 8,000 Ules. with am market. Fleer dull, with
Pearson one cf the A oe-iate Justices of the same, sales cf 7,5 ; The lYtrideH l.ad don ii Autyin valuable paper, to say a few wrn to the tax-pat* LATER FROM EUROPE. ; very dull Cora

mnoing Lira, and. sending an army ccruprl j I ers of Jefferson end Leon (ovutiThe count.cs j je | upon whii two orders an Irregular proceeding in dull, with) sales '1' obabuJiels. Spirit of Terpettln -

him to wlnTsrion'u'fthe tf** of the general gorernmc&L >f Leon, J< Ter>
__ Geaervl fierce, wliora 135 defied ought much stud it id the.I.t vsi.I '., d< tjrgsa RiiHrond or' the Court; < 1 tat, at fl C5 (2 |1 6T. Eicg.qalrt. .

Lad left to half the eust < f grading and laung ero- -tie Now, upon the actual assemblage of the Court, -a.
$.tTVltI'&T, flL 16, R5D. to have disroiittd Mm, but this duty he pay Z.at. a..nd J.nm.rtid 'ro+n j.zi.4.

= :--. -. -- -=: = :- : : to Mr, UucLar and GOT F oyd, who t>t ce I[ of said road through their respective conntie to bej and upon full and mature consideration of the pretn

I,_ Mt. J. VACflC' )t.s bei sppotn.d aittI required tixop to creed tbii fluty. Nowll-at j I determined by the Ecgiheer. and vote'.! to le taxed isee, it is considered, ordered and adjudged,that the flALrPAZ April 8.-Tb* tales of cotton for the ARRIVAL or THE"QUAKER cn'r. -

NeI 4vrtt)4geL* for It* F'urita thee-c trov.Ue were ever, for tie tiire nt lertt, tl.e j to mif iimojit cf thtir snlfccriptior.*, 54 that it I aforesaid orders and all proceedings founded there. week in Liverpool were 71,000 Ule*. of which Ntw OttXAxa. Tie steamship! Qwthr CHf

tio* A Jottnmt, and to tf TproprHtors VUSS tbe MD1 tl>4 eiptcJlture- tl.* rr *
tot-tW IB- -______________ ___ ___._____-_ f.liCO.CrjO. Leneuitcd. Their anl fcription ties to be raid in !I effect, as if they had never been made or done, and | All ejnalitie advanced J 1 during the wk, owing elate to MarohJUt.By .

I T1aiI Notk.-Th. Post Cff.reUcpcn Mr. LeU-bcr here t..ok tip the CTrpei.iiituresof the I bond, i*
$ >' I j oftluir rtnek payable wl.cn .me! rrd ia- !I the Records of this Court sales en Friday wera 10,000 tale. of which} tellige nee from Vera Cm to April I.t.
QD OT'tI3' tyti l.ei.ocrsof l: 1. an4 1 P. iu. o\y Dqortimnt- In 1857-'c!, tl.c csj-rudiitNs; I raring j I- specn Gen. Mlrarnon arrived lefore Vera Oral en th
r tireft ct 9 celt. froiu .lite ui.tll due { And to guard agiin the recurrence cf similar later and tor* 1,000 eaeh. The market *
18th
were iycCall3; 78 ; in 18M-5 the vx jit.iliturwere per or paiJ, as j exporters cf March, with force of thre* hundred nei.

!1 TLLA11I. o'4r f 3'CCCOJ, ; in lR6J-7 the expenditures any { rivate ol ligMiion or no e. Loon county took i j errors in future, it iS made n standing order of this closed firm at the annexed quotation : acting as an advance guard, acd. after reconaoiterine -

TAtLcI'3t. April I5ttl wire a i'.ttle over $IO,0'jO.OOtit; in lb57-8 the exj |15-".(M>0 worth of ete-ck, to be |>aid in that amount j I Court that no entries shall be made upon the min Fair Orleans Sid. ; Fair Mobile 7 iM6d. ; Fair retired. Ill ma'.n army was encamped nine

l' COTTON.-'We n a tio eamnje in our litt meck'i ULVm j j ptnchlures wore nloiit J I ii.000.rcO. The incra of county I.o into I-e- i icued as the i-.ai pro- lite ther of In vacation, and withont the concur- Uplands 7 7-1 6d. ; Middling Orlekcs7d.; Middling rclle The off.women and children Vr '
at
Crux
bve
I. .. Tb A'r' Bw h Tn" cffcct car R15rltteoiit. : I h.livfu in roi.nquence of the troubles in the Gulf j greeted and lo be red.eiued, d. liar for dollar, I rin r authority and consent of a majority of the presiding Mobiles 7Jd. ; Middling Uplands 7 Mod. tronrferred ttt tho ships in th, harbor.'I baan -

k 'ate .IL...Friday. The fU.w.rg are nut&*quOttflDeOrda&r7. rf Mcxc.p;: ncd aVuut Paraguay. fur the plot ret ion wherever found (whether in possession of Railroad Justices thereof, unless the same be for the The stock in Liverpool was 817,000 lale*. cf The Literal party appear very animated. t&J

O4dOrd1nry. SX C Wnwjr.ee cf the C'inn' rights! and hc\e net-isfarily re Cumjiany or speculator) when due, if called on.Jrffmv.ii .- adjournment or continuances of the legal terms of which S08.0CO were American. confident Gen. cf s&ccesa.

f IM Md.fliDg,-... ... ..... --. 1 nr.-d a strong r.atal force and the FretiJcnt had likewise took f126/00 worth of stock, the sair.c. or to effect the organization provided for / / '-ZirrrpooSaturday ajltrnocn -Sales of take Almsdo.Miramon but has the sent force twelve hundred men to

: ,... ... .. .. .... ... .-. 11. Brer. I but dccchis duty in tb "e rspcctn, whith accounts i if psychic in the some way and ot s'nted! time*.- by the 6th section of the act of 1851, organizing I cotton 10,000 bale, and market closed firm. Man aa attack. Mirarnon. finding retired himself without outpenerUed making
nCIE A. COLF.! c.:: *
I! .r tin- additional iij ra.liturri. Now, how does this scheme work? Are all parties the Supreme Court. chester accounts favorable.It I I at all points,broke up his camp on th. SOth March'

.; from f lo this contract in faith U stated that the Sardinian cabinet tare ad- and commenced a retreat on the capitoL
Gov. Fri crrivTd h.Tc ci Moniiy last The IVeiiiK-t-t m Lis recoir.n.
j %. tiideni ia E..*: Florida, in cx !!ti.t 5 '.t! for $52,111,315. whIe CVrgre expended ?C4W>2177. ,- I the hard working tax-payer, while he- ii toiling in I The weather for neaily a week past, until yesterday Jresaed the fire powers, insisting on an admittance rear Arepuda to cutoff, with his a strong retreat force, wa in Mramou's -

IDa ,1.ittI I u thiTcietice of nearly $l2tnXii/0! ) fur which his field tu raise means to pay the already onerenH I I morning Im* Icon. clear and pleasant but rather to the Peace Congress. Gen. Degolada. with four thousand men, was at

i Congrtfj ar.J i.vl. te. a&pititratiou t rasre pon- lax, to l'e' a thought e-f what loud* I.* is bound HlifCaFOi! Mv ((bL \\e haw had nn linusu.nlfpring France has consented to the Congress tnd Austria Tacubaya, and other Liberal force cad surrounded

I Booibern CommercialConvention.Ve for-to e.f the of decidedly! n niiccinncoi.s! character. conditions. It is the capital of Mexico, wticb.it was
is The I ,;ii-. require County Coaimi-cicners n assents <) it only under certain expected.
There lea 1-een
I I. his IAW:. Go*. IVrry, n -on-tnnt succession of rains wind. ]I would soon surrender.Mr. .
4 J \ are r-quoted \ ny. cla In further notit-e -..ftbe expcn4iturstheseatrI statement of tht-ir eloirgs cud; what l-ond* they fire wurtn minI cold, .ca':.0nall> interspernd with a stated thai hair a million of mu.ltf. of an improved McLanc. the recer.ty appointed United State

I to state that lu- has re jj j-otuu-l to the apr le s I tlivwed the taJnous amounts appropriated for inning and for w lint, Ac. The tax-pa} ers cf Ixon clear fin] jiKnsnnt elay. till account of the great patuni, are being made for the French army.A Minister had a rriveij a Ver.iCruzaad wa received*

J Southern Commercial IVi.vt-r.ti.m. thertly t theluilelip:; of<:u<>ton< houers ami pe &t e.lfie 5, ind* county are only l-onnd for amount of Hv5P stock, qr-intity of rain, crops are very late. Experienced wi'L great rejoicing. 4
convened at YUL.li.rs. Mi-. .11 of the gentlemen payable in Urnm.d! ct onrersftf the weather slain with confidence that NEW SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. -_-_ --
the collect ion lie lntn BO -
otreivuc. otli. mere other
Among rs nor no letJj
1 to reent this! Kate in we shall have fro t at full movii in April, which is XEW OELKA, April 8.-The most extensive Frost la the Interior
who ni|
were apjH.ii.tc what do
Ii red one in tl.cStltr ofN*:w Ye>ik v hich required yet you I.car'lleat tlO! Conr.ty Cfiami the 2th day of the niurth.-.V<:ai on j/twenytr. We make the followlrg extract from
Couvcntio.1 hU at M'itg.nwrt ia.H tiocm chain submarine telegraph cable in thai United a private
of
the last
i E1.'t p-r HM.U-JI more than the retriiiie' vLtnini Jtflmoa c6Ki.tr are twm.Ucd iu solemn -
--- TUB Oti \ ANI TAMPA ROAD.-We are gratified laid John! Ktnd. letter dated Washington, Wilkes
---- T -- State*, has juH been successfully by county,, Ga.
The. Independent Frc j for the paym. nt cf the ofti-m employed. In l>u:* fiicla-ve to Cvt.si.lcr a proportion fiv-m the Hail' In J Jarn fiom Mr 1'helan the c.>utract >r on this April Bth :
ll, li-q., General Superintendent of the S. York
We arc pirated to re tluit C\.l. M. Whit Smith.o ailh'vloceoia .J the cutornIte.ue w.s Vn.iO I}r load that they, the County CcBitufeuoctrs, bIlS'llioue road, that he hn* fii.Mied time grading of twenty TTe a heavy frost this
and New Orleans lines and CcL TV. Tanner morning, and ice the
telegraph
well known lo the p.op! of Ilorida si an erpcricntvd ; Tic | o'.k-y aid {iiiiciple ilr. L cc-i.ta1I can j i U>ud. t.. nuke up the uNcoart at wl.i.-h the niiles of this road, und expect to complete the bal thickness of a dome. Our garden look gloomy in
- armor of lila contract of forty miles early in the MLWe Local Superintendent, in connection with tie!
HitK-Un and nUe writer. UsaMume.1 tU j rcnjr, acd that as the current of I-Urine** u c''O j l-oud air.-m.'y iw-uw were soil, an.I!, as an enrn- hope) our friend* will be able to meet deed, and I fear all the fruit H lort. We shall
Tampa line between this and Mobile via the
new city
editorial conductf the Prti* He I* gMikaumof | Madly shifting, sneh eixicum* ettd'.lire] were fluent to imlure them to do so, they arc told that Limo some where aiout the VTithlacooiha with their doubtless have another killing frot in the morning
lake shore. The line is from to the destruction.
new now complete Our
wheat
qualification* nd wlu.tit abililiw, nnd we iopr<>| rr advanced and
generally
Mobile to Fort Pike,and is some forty miles shorter was very prr-nUicg-
_ 4.3 ouLt not liii irt-'rii' to lio oM: p .4tsua will l aty ptfl.je nflcrrnrJ.etJ ife-lj would t"t Lu leg takes the e Lends Usi'td l-y the county and, iu order Pes Acr,-ThcBrith ship Robert Parker- than the old route-fire sections of cable, in all I have not heaid what effect the front ha* had on

biQed wiib gtrmial it'.fcciion.Mr. vr. truth tftLe crtrini l co.t. If it be right loImikl to remTiro an ataount of i.iocty that they need, arrived offour Bnr la-t 'ihursduy After a passage of it, but presume it must de seriously: injured."
foi t tv two lnv from Sumh-rland on the const thirteen mile, some of which are five miles in
eastern
---- -- a post cSice ia UieLraund, ahy r.ot in Wood throw these bo-.ds: on Ihe market. sell!! them to Time Augusta Chroaicle of 3 e teruay say:
LoejOY' Letter.W of England with n thousand tons of lluilway Iron length, hare been laid at different point across the
I *U>rfc.j peculator st a .liM-ouitt .f ten cr e.-nt. A FEIIZE.-After a a..dden change in the
twenty per fvr the Atlantic L Gulf Central Railroad. lied. temperature
-
and the betaria of IuI.ie'!
rivers steamer
all cn ,
attrrtfow -
lettflr. itays
imiu vetlal to an j In re! :K n to the Cleik of thc I! cse ct H .rc* !I .ini l tlan call on the countie* to ice rcore l lrds on Tuesday, the thermometer reached tb*
tSlt; > n )* iD44J- | Kircnov-Tlie fir-t election for County Officers I having been chartered for tin* by Mr. Ken freezing point; yestrrdaj- Weda
Use first w'i i's' "-' '' Wl "gr I I' lo make the !i.>,.. to the RaiircnJ purpose ( ielay) mornIng
J *e11ti&tVai Mr. L. slated that in the I up
IViS liii -
in Ctmtppny cceakiuned
J cit was held in Clay Couity on Monday, 4th in'f., and dall. and ice was formed in this city. As w have
J
of *
*t < yet
Ihe *

hen eJB-sto'n. It aboacd. sii wwtfh joiitit-al iaiixU'ly : j-trhHl u t.a1.tJiLures w-rc tl.7e,74.- I 5:1: on indeed, thr.t a gixer e.f a rote or obligation I Judge nf Pn.batc ; M. } nigiit. Clerk Circuit Court; WASHINGTON, April 3.-Tin* prosecution closed its ttoi. end we ilrcad to i.eir from the enormity, for awe

---- frm4ti4n &i uo mt .citurin vi1c1e:1.vtLl V."h a the < ii| <<{itit>n ot'tuiiH J the c"i:: ollj- the iie>uM account to the boldei for the discount he j IHaiii! Iarieiheritt'' Col. t.-p'ien Bryan Cupt. trstimony to day. The interest in tl.e trial !1. in fear mi.ch dan.age: ho. be.n dun to the wheat
nt.t1: tu : eorui. | Elijah B'.iU-h! B. Suli! ni and Lhjah Carter elected crop, and also to fruit. Grapci. we
V1 hat l I areentirely
Iu.t presume
v i .'ect'on <>f But k'.ia tecuv t th SS'.t7) y mrftriiifr sa'.d flute e r obligjtion te boIi. '
r4rr I on.>'i> Cociity ( (>iiiiiiii.'ii'. 'ihc- gentlemen are all creasing. .lestroyd. and we think it irol atIsth.
of our # Tl.y
nuiion
tIc
F ritsd ta : t j WtreXiei3d*<}, lxuie leaving JiW.iHiy for Alien I I i-u ly a rptoiL'ior. Bui, tax-ry.ns thIs >ro- America i.r.-JafHvn tlie Ilepullifaii.I'lorltla peach crop nas fored little, if er.y better. Corn, we -

r e gj roecfLI in tlieir loai.dJ> ctkiia -" j the prtbcttt elr.:k to j ay. Dttring the scesIi.ts ofj l jHJsi-i.m has Leon made, ar.J afar as Let n ( cnly --- -- -- EXECUTIONS IN BALTIMORE ten r. has a iso suffered much, cal may ia some localities

Lb they are UW and J.tautifal in ll.iir form o, j 57 au 1 1 5S, uncer A.it-u.the efjH-iiuitur mill: is concerned, ha l.-eu acr led to. and you ecu n.wa Central to IathroaV-TJas time Onlf. Ncv Outlet BALTIMORE. April 8.-Time execution of Gambri!!, be entirely destroyed. Very little, if say

.tnrctuaa. Tho author u vr.. of thIrtt! ne n of rrie, and Cyphus took place in the jail cotton is np.
i i.e lii&sxe), ioclndi. tie $l't''<,OiK' Ufore inei.- a L-y your original c.mi Col Houston, PreJii.t e.f the florida Central j -

t the country. I livued, ts'g.ther Kliii the e-p.-t of droving to the i tract y.m did not agree to pay. And where will it aud M. Mark lh.il rio Ii, uiul James T. _'..rcher.q. | yard at I I o'clock, A. M.. to day. Fully thirty Speculations about- Cuba
.. e>f Tall.-iliasM.e- in that State, were in Mae >n J Jhst thou auil Hatter
The Expected \VariaCnrape.i. uluii K'.IU: ; of the Oluiproscuicut! (. tLrvOon.I top ? line cot il-e Railroad as mneh right to nthete 'l:\ [ Fri lor.Ji at a ei coiint anti call tile, but no JUturbance took 'place. Cropps confessed ia its i issue to slav, its itifurmjr.utcm
for
about
The Utekt uews tWin i>roi.' roltle : ; tLe aiifii a new -sie, I l gnthztc f>r iron to .onpK-t the f>r,iifr rond. The j a contcmimnlate.1 -
in of stud corth.u. it .J his guilt previous to IsiS execution. movement against CuU, and that
our in.ifsn.F states
Fir i i cct tf n.\ I grading i is row: bo pearly e 'iiiplet - J
ri
Ut ween Au : i.: u portion of the
< 1 route that it will le iiiii hed the uri! -t i -* expedition ha. sailed for the -
St'Vvral h iieion.e rrsde- i.axe l 1.cen rrccted j lliny osthiuk the taxes row hurls n.nns,1.ut. by joiut of pur.Ioe
grt-at imp ruuce. Tic v r f-i h rinju''iyiut .' timim-' t!: iron can be l and forwarded. ) STILL LATEIi-ARRIVAL OF TUB attempting a cvnql.c't of that Islai-L It
: iu our t .wa wh!:i'i ll.e i-art two ?. Ac > I I ftllow tax it i- i. : procvr further state that tl
jcar t jDo-'ereiJ, Out mtttir* are *t.* i It it I I-aL little over tine year rim-e this young j cxlPt.eli.tion
na initueU'iJtmakias rceJ are ti.vso: u iiie ciiRituooiou w.eicn of Dr. Nash in the i Bre now o.ly taxt-d to p .y ir.fcro on the State .liseie l and r l j>ted hit railroad system,, I CITY OF BALTIMORE. at some renuta poirt entire coast of Cula.and
The
BoTcmraetts' -lTorrs to smooth ttsc! way for a ati* 1 suutiurn | .irt ot :liec ity. We 11tlrr,81.J tl'at.v j laid, and whn you art c.-i'lnl on t'> pry the antI yet it flimsy be confi.Ur.tiy ateerti'i that befi-re on await the the Islai.d.rising .f t.'ie rTolutionisti now mi&air
:
_ I factory ;tdjustuiect if the mi.u.dt r.t. u-Hn! A ct.Jvfthe planters in the tieiuky are bcginnii.gtoI bon.N thritseives! joa will luirdly b a'ej to ter to; foil.-i.:| .l.rr.Jred> oft io luile} ears of more railroad i-.ic in will iictrr.l have three [' Safe of Cotton for Three flaws 2S.OuO Volt*-X ITt ----

]aU li iwlfli inua EngUa-1 states that U will Urtmnged I aj'JUtciate tiieej -ui.trgtf it Tjl.aliawee: as a place j straighten under the. lend, end if you sulTer your tion. About three-fourth of that length of road opera-is i tjitrtedjirm,tnt clotej quiet and tttady. PurajuajNegotiation*.

l.y the icier*ention cf a P ice Congress.n | peimancnl aboJo, and will soon art about proti- Louis to be sold flt n discount and then be held resj ftow graded,and a little short of 150 miles laid wit!, i New YCPK, April 12.-The steamship City of Name YORK, April 0.-The Hirahl of this morning -

MtottIstr likely France and Autii* will j ding thcmsches with those embellishments) and >on>ible for that Ii -count, and new lond i iouej, iron. Baltimore has arrived, with Liverpool dates to of pnbliuhe* advices from Montevideo to the lOtli
# and The recent U. States Surveys of the Atwilajhce March ebruary, announcing the peaceful, adjustment
to Cunvt-uieccc. which centributcto much to make pay interest boHJesthc principle on the iniilti- Wednesday, Zmmtb. ofourd.fHcultieswith
.Jeern it more pi-oft-.ble and fcr mnre rrtt.Itflt I Bay Coast, and the discovery of a new and maguiffic Paraguay. The precise term*
*keep the |11ce than to g" tt war, and eta'--roil the home attractive. Our city l.cs already obtained, plied onds what will become of us. Why, many nt approach to the shorej have imparted a fresh COMMERCIAL cf the adjustment ate nut commauicattd, but ill is

mhvle of Europe in the conte t. I and very justly, the appellation e-f the ** Garueu j of us who now like Flcrida iii like the We t o'r interest to the ra'lway operation in Florida : tie Lirerpoot Cotton .VnrJtrf.-Tiic CircnUrsreceived stated that ample indemnity has been ccnccdrd to

Town," in allusion to the n.anv lenutif-1 flower I or anywhere
Important Settler* uenr the Georgia Line.Tlie pii-dt.u which a lorn the homes of the rcsijci.t, home of ocr fai.ere.! 1trmi. will you be permitted delay of a J'-ni and tedions route through barren throe business days to be 28,000 bale*, of which and to the Company represented. by 31,. Hopkioa.Cncas .

Comn;libloiier of the Gt-mrul Land Cfiic lji MHuecf tliee Are arranged ith a degree of tate, to g) ? In justice to you i\Uor. the !hoMr.of saim-is svutli-west.to IVneacola an outlet on to the the west Guf! or far Tatiipu surpassing on the either speculators took 5,000 and exporters 4KK bale*.- vs. CA M.-The-*Vieksbunr- True SoutAm*

decided tint A j jran who had htr .tof re filed in |I and pretti.t ancf pearanee ut I-eauty aiaJ refinemci.t thi.se lend*, you can't JTO HJ.IPSJ you get others: t') is oiiored at a d''tanee of oi.ly al out txvei.tynii'esfro'n The market cpsied firm but closed quiet, dull, \-utal say : We were con ti>inc, yesterdar, with a
LBI.J t-'Sce if a j-.re-euitdivti ri.tlat as whole -hicti i il v.-oi.U. be ll.., ma'n line of railroad iindtr Orleans ger.!len -n who has been a Pilot the Western
I, fie l cal proof < ; j H difficult; to tind turj take your pfeecs-and who will conic to buy y.mr now steidy price" MiiMiirg was quoted at water far upon

Aa tract cf hind embraceJ in a fractional) svct:enect j juifwrd iz Any town of the same population in the buds with such a eVot on it? It will be an ir.ou- contract. We refer to the Puer Channel, which 7 1-]. and Midd.ing Uj.land at 7 1 -15 ta 7 \3. th'n country twenty-five owed a great) ear debt. of He run.irked that
the reader will fn.i l correctly laid down on Mr. gratitude to Paul
1'V ti* Northern lite rf tl.e State, and who. .t t'i'ton. In sunder a walk around it i is really rei i bus on the coui.ty forever. These Railroad pentle- Butt's rew innji of Gconjir, though he errs in rating Morphy, for, that within the l last year card pl ly'
I
:; the ti..tf Cl'n4i: ; l pr vf." had tr.plw>d with frcwiing. men will tell you that their irhloion is just and the lrpth at thirty f.-et. It is thirty one feet to GENERAL NEVTA lug among steum host traveler in the Wtt Jtfd

the rre ctnption law so far as he was pc-rtniiteil to I We rote the disposition of our citizens to forniehtheniffl equitable; that the counties must be put on tie a safe anchorage with'.n: four r.i'.les cf shore, in a The steamship Juru arrived at Liverpool on the diminished thus fully one half, and ehc s had taken ire

and Receiver, l is rctiiled bay admitting! r.ty-four feet ."icpth np to a very 27th, and the Europa on the 2Sth of March. place, suppyfng an intellectual and improvin?
ter
d<, *o I v the Bexi; on vts delightful and airy homes with nnnlM edstitfjivtion. same footing with pIlate subscriber., aid it their close to a high and dry blufi on James patims in place of ore that results ia evil*and is i)
further of totinvd Iv In.nJ. proximity The Peace Congress, it is expected, will meet at
( sIll sell
presenting i-rnof ocetipareyimpwrcn.f : >< n.ratletnjivation and augurs not at par. nun go at a tlivcount, I nt and ct.ltivation of tl) e land aid
1 ; tie uij r.th. t |-uren.c the *am*. I I thai lon.e to keep people from running away arxxl to pay an amount to the Railroad at a rtrUd time elonrlj, that no harbor on the coast south of I mont will probably be admitted to the Congress Nor urea or*y OCTBAOE ama ALC-The lake and

Thrte land* 1 ac I erit. f ze Le:. rer nle-l as no1 portion tftheer.r.. The inmates of phnfa.itj and interest on that amount until ltae, nnd if the, Norfolk Virginia affords an equal depth of water without vote. river eminent b-jats wa whose eizu e by the NIciragu eov-
safer anchorage. reported t ie other
easier approach or a diy. the
-an were nut
t *&l>j it to cr.try ereo ly j r* n p'j.r. I r.t we ir.fcr j hcii.- sill Lordly be induced to leave tln-m to j Railroad sll the county note (P>r n boi.d i in..tIim.g; Another % i iw nfth.e ease whk-h! has imparted France, Austria and Sardinia continue their armaments. old boats of the Transit Company, but new one s

(torn the above deeis'on t.t' nic'i of thetw t* Lcvc Uury tut-wsflve, for n'or.ths ti-ii.1 the hu.je p'.Ies ofI i more than a note) be-fore maturity at a 1se. thry Mit'.or.nl iutenttto this dim-overy in connection ent out a few months sine by the new lrerioa

+ : set tren 3rcady cl.-ira l or i i me way iipo lcf I hot trick and uortar in the crowded eitks: f the nre the losers nnd mu.tl i sul to LT valid with v.hieh it can be made :icces ible to the and it is understood that the have that the United states sloop-of-war Dteatw,
arc BOW ject cr.uy taj rreeurpIct North, pea the ridic'ilous idea of EnJiiip//c'jjxie has complied with htr part of tie cojitract. She ministry which had in
(; -, :, : by to doing. To Er obliged to do to wouh] Joul.tle i is -ily l-nund ft.r amouut of I lInde. with interest up i t I whole railway eysU-ni of the country. We have staked their continuance in office on the result. fillibustera. Under that impression the Nicaraifuan

Trial of?Ir. Meklefc.ThR ]Iran cx>u idered little less than a piiDi-Immii aj to maturity, whcreirr foun-1. j *i-(-Im th t a bra lie Ii of Iwel.ly miles in length eonuicts The vote would probably be taken on the Slat | authorities placed tie boats under the gun of Fort

H j j-;tire 1niction. as it wonld le in good truth.- If the County C..mnii-sii-ners 5 itsn* I orefd oriurI it with the- Florida Main Trunk. Extending March. San Carlos in order to keep them safe from the
L trial cf thi Cer.;1 ie.kn: fir the k5'iBS of Sir.KfJ. limIt brnncli northward it reaches the Georgia linen suppo-Pil fillil inters. Time real character of
the
There to be KM confidence felt in the
| Let c* ty all Eu-ars multiply and adi>ru onrfaznih-j I I than tiltr people have agreed to ply. 1 lop: the tsxpaysre appeared DtCHtttr known
n )w pn'grcsMtijriii TVjsl-in; oaCitj.isregireJ : ten miles, MIL! then about fifty miles more of becoming the boat were the next
t with it creasin? int *ctt throughout th! eoanIrj. i! rei
in iine the i il Le large or miali, I.e Luilt with ufciercc to at- ny ee\5.ite f n n Ihe-ir part of the original at Ali>anv. Or'. hiking the connection with the commercial and financial circles of Paris, Vienna America -
crowds atte -
Large rrr upoa ptoCrcJin.z
; tractireneM and iccfcrt. Let it have the genial contract, let the people repudiate the whole matter. Floii.ln llailway sxsteni moru genrruily looked to and Turin, as warlike preparations continued in mw-
of the Court. be-4drt nu neiMas reporter and and specially "provided for by law, the same Tie War Feeling in Italy-A.
3 air of home about it. Let there be flutter Yon will be told all U those places. correspondent of
j a garden by some, there i ii
(tarn the chief X rthern cities A ttw.'ftrvr e rrespoojrnt right no '!JUtanee mt f fifty miK- or thereabout will connect the Newark Daily Adterti-er, writing from Nice,
I -a little ct Uast SUO-H! the emmu'e of alarm itt fellow-citizen all Trunk wilh the Florida Count Carour continued at Paris, at the last account decribes the !
:i MV#, rxtl cive ut the natural int.rr t j-aitt-rre dilight eye. ; of you wiil the 'trorgin Main Central popular: ricittmri.t in reference to
l which to fny mutt fel a* to the result of* tnal i TTe are inclined to thir.k thnt we Ju not enffi- reeoIKct when you were told that jou would never Rood Limit of the Ahqmhaw rivrr. so tnt on either *, and had frequent interviews with the Ear war question at of an extraordinary character:
; -i realize the of fe rl theamonr.t of route a di.-Unve of seventy to ninety miles of Road peror. One thing i is said to beeert.iin
& itiroUias it oeh fenrful COKSjietice < ;ktly advantages our itnntion for taxes which you would be called Sardinia i is deter
for cur r. sn o-aiy L* all the intervening tpnce necessary to effect mined
i with tlmse cf Xuithern on lo Look thit.k and upon War if*he can effect it AH her measure
eitie
lionu-sascotr.pnrcd piy. nnderctanel for
aiioth and !Us errditallcccri convenient and turret connection with
$to the i riK>ner. yctrselvc a railway StCOND MarATCII. are directed to that end. until a certain
.?!ty attract vast nmnbers -4 IHTHMS: it i thcr D.' we -rer rtflwt upon the intense col.l which *. as I know you all feel for yourselves. this fine Gulf; Port. From thence, the distance to State ef Trad'.-Manchester advices were reported she undoubtedly had the confidence France point, her,
they es ] th. -
hlch l lto | year Counting
upon
the rieir ev ?lopti ert are xp.tte.1'r unfavorable and the trade quiet were frien.hiysvmps.-
F thmImni.l tollaxann in ICM than two iU #. It is yarns
i ---- } thy England and Russia
wiiiie daring woft of he pviiod we are frjojln and the neutrality of
flew from: the tfviruony. Iliitorie* eif f>rir teE& not amlrprh.immftimut our Hor'uia frionds should frilconfl'i steady but goods in some cases had slightly declined. nearly all the German State the
Supreme Court. Sardinian
the most delightful climate in the world ? Dc thought
i per oiwl ciiaiact-r, ascl u<>mc at well as | < weeecr Thi 'iit, of arresting publiu attention with this to make short work of Austria, and confidently
our genial and golden fail with theincl.irg trilninal cficr sesii. of several wee ntT collocation f fmete-.L IZth.
compare e> aeon7clegrap/m, April
jmUk crime. ill lx elnulged} by the testimony. Liverpool General JarJUFlour was reported cMculatid upon realizing the long dream of tha

t and the morbid appetite of the people mutt le gratified > and blu liina weather during the same Ilahi ssee. a.ljonrne.1 Lift WclneJay. Amonjr The Main Trunk.At easier quotations were unchanged. Wheat was Kingdom of Northern Italr. Such wa the pro.gramme. -
lL period at the North ? Bles-Sngs not r>o *tsi'd are the cauSes decided were two of much interest and But (continue the writer) the
ty f-11 d.-t iU of each and all.I a meeting of the Board of Director of the Atlantic dull but prices steady, and Southern quoted at 10s. unexpected
importance from other dtisions cf the opposition Englnud and Prussia time all but
Stale
| frequently if cot generally, the most ; one
highly
cry Gulf Railroad held in this
& Company city t@ 10i 9d. Corn was also reported dull, and Yellow universal resiktance of
I in
public France
tb
The Administration unjustly* alled. j from Emst Florida. (Columbia. and the either opinion *
valued! while tii'.e we hate are too often passtd ) from yesterday, the fallowing resolutions were adopted : had declined Id. Provisions were dull Sugar natural alarm ofth numerous smaller sovereignties
Sever, ptihaps. in the entire )hiftory of our conntrj. over with little, at le-ist icadequte appn-ciation. Key \eCt f. in both cf which the decision of the Ileolitd, That the engineer be instructed to prepare of tlie German league, and the formidableiiiuely -
Coffee firm Rice of Turpentine
steady.
t-leady. Spirits -
the entire line of Road
: Las an udmini-tratiou been fotiolriitly nj1ej j It i* thus that Circuit Judice was rcvem-d. The ease cf Martin estimates for grnding provisions of Aiistr'm have materialy disturbed
from the Alapaha! to Bainbridge.Krsolied steady at 41*. Q 41s. Gd. Rosin was dull
as the one now io exigence at Washington. Wedo j Distance lends enchantment to the view." 5. the Pa. & Ga. Ii. Ii.. from Loon, was Jeci.] -l in That the Piesident empowered to I the dream, and may entirely defeat its fulfilment.
7d.
mmt4s6'L@4' I
not effect an esj-eciul chrmj-ion of Mr. Buchanan 1 Even our summers ate lee inten-ely hot than the : f.uv.r of the Company a* it had been bv JuJije Bakcr put umlrr e-ontiact thirty miles of the grauing] of The friends of peace an.l i procrc-'s truft so at least,
Money, in London, was generally unchanged.The .- since the people have nothing to hope for from a
and hi* Cabinet nor do we prrtend tu approve dearer l .fhfat frequently csperienced in Northern below. The case of Broome and other, apptllant the road, tCt from Bainbridge, in such manner as war of ambition.
the Canada stated that the
the President's |. .Iiey in e\t-ry |>aMicalar.We .- I litiludes. which, by the contrast, makes the bitter I *. \* Alton, ndasn'r de bonis nom, ie., apj; elice. he may consider best t. provided that the same does report by money
not exceed the subscription Decatnr coucty.KeiolnJfurther. market was slightly more stringent with an active
ere rot of thoie wito lime Lotiti.l themselre to cold of their \\inUr. more keenly felt and m-re in after being revere- l iu certain reelects ar,1 I afilrmcd That the President be empowered demand and this condition of affairs continued 120 Nuts for Poor Men.It .

the F *liral Executiie without n- anl to to health. flu in others, was remanded fvr further procenlini the of the entire up
support j jnrious we July appreciate preraltnee to put under contract grading to the sailing cf the City of Baltimore. costs a deal of money to he rich, timid itM
the ribt of theca eor the interests of the South.Justas ) in the North of rheunmtiMii, e..lds cal con- I Tallahassee K. K. ns. Jlncon, was affirmed; Mr. linr of the road from the Allapaha to Thomasville a question if so inoch is worth so little.-

toon ac '1r. Buchanan tnt, his r-o&itittn pen j sumption into grat au >.teiit as they are thre Macon thereby rece-uintrthc talne of atlave whie'hI in best such for manner the interest and at of the such com time| any as;he and may that deem A. CII Rl-EbTON MARKET. After all. is wealth worth the c<> t-firit, in

cry queMion a/letting/ Southern interests, which felt, and reflect upon our compnmtive exemption I tiird while hired to the Railroad Con.].any. Bradford T. Mclntyre be authorized by the authorized by the CiiAStESTos, I2J o'clock, April 12.-The demand acquiring it, and lat'lr, in bearing up under

t' )he&M- without rclactoi.ee orcqitivoention.sfraigl froQ theta Lt tie do jt
way the timorous an J trr&eherou*among th* Northern grsai.J 1J1ejIe. the road given by the County Ce-nimist-ioners and Lowndes and Thon>as eouiitie three hundred bales at full prices.j d.-al to be rich, but if von have lo enclose hat

I Democracy aljare a5iejiar.ee to the Au: .. : \ Circuit Court through! the land of Dr. BradSird. The Savannih Jforniny .XrtM of the 6th ir.st., I the turns of $10. 85. or 8 j, to Wood, Eddj

It4T tratiou and enter iiito alliance] siitls the Dkck !. .- e*ot< u luctiucmal Iiiiz Arllcn luiproiciueat oftlic Hoard of 1'uud.Trustee* I It was reported last fall that Jiul e Pearron. in from which these resolution? are taken, says: |j NICARAGUA AIT.MHS. si.; Co., Wilmington, Delaware, the proprietors .

1 ; putlic.irif. By the cefrctiou of Fcm y and /:!Ltr. I Asa matter of public inUie, we gue be'low the ecn equer.ce of infirmity f \lelOfl, had determined The friemls cf this great r.i.d importantsvork will !' WASHIJ.OTOX, April 11.-It is understood that the of tlie! gHlisctl !tleries of thai State, or
the Administration isehorn otn lar epn-portion fjt nut to be a candidate for re-election. We be gratified to learn from the above action of the j I the
; are too Cabinet have unanimously agreed en the adoption same small amounts to time same
t recent action of the Board ct' Trustee* of the Internal Bonrd. that the entire line from the termi- responii.
already inaJcqnatc strenj h iu the Northern icfoitaed that this report was well founled aid prerent |! and for the solution Lie fume
Improvement Fund re <-iiiding H ritohitiounhich nun \.ill speedily be plated under contract and our j of prompt strong measures of at August.J, Georgia y >u make a
ittu*. Sow. indeed,judging (mm ilie r.-cml UrmocMtie had been adopted at a previous meeting of j t! fit ho adheres to the purpose nr.imommr.cc.l] months fr*.i.n 3fets in Conoceticut, is the IreiJrzztei.n.l since of re-tiiing from the Bench. It is interest and eoniivlt to the not distant day when -
t- < the seme Board.SHiiHtci true that I nee j gun squadron will be employed to force a rein tatej securing A competency, or making a rapid
./ii>ct< of? proceeding o, tJit Doard t>f Tfu communication with the seaboard. Westward I I Iihe
in truth, doe* growing" chi m threaten tocngolph tee fif the Internal Improvement Fund, April 12, serious i"s to make lint incapable of reading or ear ef commerce takes i's way !" Look out |I if it isnecessarj to protect the UiaiU anti passengers circumstances, that sour wealth, thus ac

the he-jx* of the ; .ttioual iJtwcracy. S wif 39 writing, and thus rrcvetitcd his attendance here at fvr the engii.e when the whistle blows !" j I from sen to sea, as soon as the transit company are quired, was worth the cost." Wood, Eddy

cTt-r, is the tme! to !enoui.e f Uk>n and in>4il ordication. Present-M. S. Terry, Governor. T. W. Brevard the regular term of the Court, has been to a cons'.deraMe I prepared to perform the mail ser\ice. &, Co., are the successors of Gregory eSc

ard to [-tsrge the pfirtjT of ***ry iurhiucr CXuptn/iler, aud C.1 if. Austin, Treajjrcr.Ou extent rer'moi.-l.! yt, in the uncertaittyof An American on the Stomp In Ireland.Piiney Maurr, and S. Swan k C\x, and are now

element uf svcrct if'uiij. Nuw, if ever rhoald ; Uioiion, C. II. Austin: \laI pointed Secretary the future o* lo lmi. ability from this affliction to epceeh in Galwav ilil Esq., Ireland, of Bpst, in f.mror n, recently cf the election made a I .- MEXICAN NEWS ilic legali e
all true Dmtocrnt rali> to the supi-ori of the .J I Iniuii j..G ten.T .kc-l.rre effectively the high duties of the post hoelocs of Ur. John 0. Lever, in Parliament. His main NEW CBIXATC, April 11.-Tli steam hipTenr.esec .Stiles.


.. I the Soith, and the "Opposition" tiie bouih who iomlo.uien : deeply regret that limo Court ii t, loose JntticcPearson" 'im. L's. exertiems in establishing tl line of steamers I Mr. McLane, the U. States Minister, has recognized OBITITAHV.
Rctohtd. Ti.ot the 3J and 9th! factions of the lie has foe Ixtveen Ir-lanil and America. Mr. Lever was subsequently M-s.WlXNEriEIJD lIOLUSOSWORTIIwif( WU.
cktcor for his D
Ani. the r.uintrous charge )bruiight entitled Au Act to pro\id for and encourage a as a Judge, is singularly independent, ii.iparlhtl ad clrvte / Gen. ilirainon at Orizabe. liam Hollinj vorlll.died oecneempUoalnjeferoin( tenet,,
ng ngsi&6t was .
Mr. Miles will be remembered as a Mnenot chny j liii ,t3tb a***+&C nA* etmntjrGtorgliJjiMftrr
the administration i.yiu Southern oppoueuts ii liberal system of Internal Improvements in this unprejudiced, while his consistent and unswerving Lecturer who visited Tallahassee a number of years } Gen. Dcgollado made an unsuccssfnl attack on +lbt ITM Jkl *fowta&yer* uses IB*

1' that df cbtra'sgnco in pullic exper.clitnres. Mr. | Mate," requirf that each of the Trustees shall sign State Rights sentiments make him politically rreei back. He has been a foreign correspondent of the the capital on th* >eb jo't..,nail about fire hundred family rsmcxed t*> iMs Stp vber* Uh j Ur Xspd *vrslnee.

I I Lctcher, the Bvnutcrntie vandid'ite for Governor of the bonds by such act provided, to be by the Board | 'ely what every Southern'State, in the-e times of HU jaen wefe kalfei'on'eacb. irs. 11 attached banetf U tka U.'*. Clarck. WMMevwto '
Boston Post for letters
many years appear ** o am4 alosI one .
--Virginf, who has entre i the field with a degree of Trustees delivered to the Railroad! Companies threatened Federal aggression should set t in filling I jeaes az iw st.arwp'4sstrig.gnd
t over ti's signature of Conununipaw. TllE SICKLES TRIAL.VAsnisoTos timt Go d'I kiacdom oo .srUs.which Ist rlgbt.oeaoese,
ot tncrpy and a fpirit of dctermiimtie-n that will named in the act-and itat! the resolution paj tdiit the office of Its supreme ju-Ileiary. We hope that -
n ou
saAit I r uw, tad lay j jr m tn vMHm* u>
I- achieve'a glorious victory, in a Fpeoch acuity dr a seasion of this Board helion the 16th ilsrrh, the State may yet enjoy the cervices, in some capacity Earthquake along the Ohio. \ Mr., Graham April 11.concluded-The Sickles his trial speech is progrfling. and- the period of her ex.l io Cod' upper sad >*U.r pCittf doa.

livered in Virginia f6fc* 4 C T&* '
on Monday afternoon, *2Sth ultimo, in the vicinity reviewed the intercourse of Mr. Key with Mr. Sickkles raitoos relation*of Itto whluU shswresuhfo,4! with
charge. He **y* the oppofition l lad charged that liAli iigu the Bvnds flu place of the Trustees, being faithful to her honored institutions.Tlie ,
w>f Alton, ill, und Derby. The inhabitant* of the I family, and commented u ruag Unas on the a noble fbrUiian t *r'Jij. A* 'wife,9 motfler.'a'' s"4frieo .
Gov. Floyd tie &*r tary of War, l.ad thrown contrary to the provisoes the l.tw ought to be, latter place were terribly frightened, and women j jaud libertine course ef the former. < .tha wo anlmjxractibl*. :f rteo'ft */ ta I pr*>

; away the public tce ncy. The facts would show ai.l: the Mtse i l.errby reminded. Court aleo raaJe the fullowjcger. er: I children rus.ied from their honset in the utmost j jconsternation. I Two witnesses for* tba defcni Examined vioustoheideatbbe wa* lie .ctlfU.f' ffl Uf*.,bal sb*

that the Secretary haJ done no more than to discharge On the 'joj>t'on of Maid motion the vote was: It appearing (roman .5n petUoi .of the record It was cloudy, with a 'lose atiuvs -yjr? .learned Mbmirnfaa'the iB of Cd,'sed la padeace po*.
phere, at the tlnie, and, the shock' was yy severe shqw\n2\ the tntimrt* friendly relations uf the parties ,ened h. seal iwneUmc fcellnsW rcjoMaf**d pralM
44 his duty to himself] to the administration. Yeas--Uessr*. It.rr3and Brevaru-2.Siy that two, entries bearing the enil>lacce of orders, r *ta*
t I far a distance cf over twenty miles, accompanied cp to the tim of killing.SAVASSAC - would give pce to those ot ilnpondener sad doub%. Bit
and the >. 'To 1S44 the -Mr. Austin-1. have been made time record of this I
to of the Court is
pep expenditures ppon by rumbling round, with a sort of reverberation In the*. seasons ofdartoeH sba wrtkl rwort lo the ble.* 4BHJ
Quartermaster General's Bureau whivh Mas the So the motion wa adopted. vacation and since the last adjournment tbereot : in the air, .w UiF) 'M very singular and unusoal.FiUsbterg .- April 11.-Sl a of cotton to-day 789 *.*w4 ftw 4U jkh truasary draw sbua4al eouoUtloa.OfUn .

r one which made tie largest expenditures the On motion the ro gnauoa of IL D. Papy, Secretary the first of which purports to be ft citation or sum Pru&I bale holders were firm. The market closed wan rtmdlaj and eanUmpUSBf tk* Heaven seat

!h -.1 army were f 2, !S3.<}oa. In 1847 durirg the Mexican was accepted.On more, by authority of tlte Chief Justice only, as of A Ulan Converted Into_ si- Candle. quiet, but unchanged. message sb* w* M rejble Aa'hcr hiOod end her make,,wi. rveia

war. the expendituic were f 17,187.CSS. In motion the meeting adjourned. date of 18th January, '183wbeu no Coon was '!CSncinnatl 'a few days since a man fell beadforettost CDABLLSTOS, April II.-Sales! of cotton 1,100 songs A the sad B'jb' sb* died as onljtke grew Ckdatlam BMrer, aa ber dla.dfc fUikatrcaeAcoed .-

_t-'l 14 1849, fX.lCfl.lO" ; la 1S32, |8.334iViO)( ; in 1856. C. IL AUSTIN, Sttrttary pn wu. Legally appointed lobeheld or actually ia sesslow, through a hatchway in a warehouse, a bales, The market closed firm. V****behInd to moors lkr! IrreparsMe IQM,OM das *-

-I 1-' t7C15.fOO, at a tae when our territories were I certify the-foregoing lobaa true-copy cf the_ requiring the iwo.noclts Justice* f the. Court to disteace ef fifteen frt, striking a barrel of lard and Mosoat, April 11.-Sales of outWit to-day 200 to,. Mr*. 4wardWmUie. ,, sad ceo btocbw, GM. miu i

l filling up, and quired protection from the Indians minutes theproceeelingioft asee.tingoftl.e Board attend attheCuurthouru, ,Tallahateeon the forcing his eraniuia tlirougb the beaU of tims barrel bales, with a quiet but unchanged market. Bailey, all of thIs eovotr.I .

: that were very troutlfsorrIn! 1&57 $6,54I.COO: of Trustee of the Internal Improvement-faud' on S4tli of th. same month, to h*ld,* term: of tire into f. et,the and grease leaving, burning his ]legs him stiekiag.up to the depth in the of air two- New OUEA5S, April IL-Sale* of cotton today bmtme*,ih a.ir th'bereavement re5eedna that Ju>abs w muck is In Heaves.I Is the* at May eonfart wi Isfl.ensoknowtheLc4ushs sad.

In 1S5S, during the trouble* in Utah which fcC"i''lA I the 12th April, 1859. C. R AUSH5, Court for the transaction of bonnes*; the second of Defer he could suffoc t. b. wasdrawa oat, locking ll.OoO bales, at an advance of J cent. Middlirg 414,00 w* rejoin ** is &

***r 5 fff*. tl" ertttCra< were $9.62 V Serrtttry pro Itm. wMch. cf the same date, reqcirint; the 3hcrbl ef lik* rommoth candle with adouHs wick.i 1?| eecia Tr. gbU igl.tly rasitr. se4 tanS wbpye p.iss1a ta ws mea Z. ifBOWZU..



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THAT WONDERFUL PURIFYIXG AGENTDailn's ---07'o It!. I.vw: C-w14cnt, KpIrU, VraM of Appe-
; C-oODS.-IB59. P;.liters and all rthert imtvestrJwciiderA.1 ; Dry CCds ; 1un.i.biDg pood of every dr.'siptioo. tite '. F.rs.by AMkS&UVL:

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Spring Styles.riMI" riUIS Press \\Lu-h Lit recently bern ALSO _.

T< i. o .\,.f it)::1ier.rcr.it It it tAf tcitni Ttntll f LiZl JsarncJHctcarth. t I in r 8ubcriWrs "' now rpentrg tlieii SPRING JL. patented, and capable of prming or corapre805 *- i Hats, Boots, Shoes, &0. A foil supply of Black and Colored ClotLi. I Spring & Summer Goods;
o triumph
of .
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cotlou fodder or other I
STOCK. It is the Iarst tid best ntsurtedj ay any article required Block! and Fancy Spuug C* sm f.
TI' i i. a CL.tr:.cal Uuinn t; *t
JL N luie l.Mw.1' (.* tiedeiitg puie theatric I ILriqt. II eviVn-lt nf lie Flia1) C'';lWe ncme! A frw ale to f.I an ten an.lolLcrfi tranlingiill.rr Individual! Llcjyd. April ?, 1839. 14-tf Drub net" Alpacca. Arabian Gla: .. ER GOODS consisting of

It i iu ,) 1 find las Pt.tc RtIts.I '. l'res is bj Ooed Hirdwar Groceries. :
act: n > UICLCC << cr il(5 MIa
POUKHFILI: % t-i .w ..r sell all! c-r ally pallet' the same to cur okl d.iul/'e rack nnd pini-nis, rpq-.i-in lut'twn revolii-! For Sale I, Duok and Plain Linen Crockery China Boot Sboea, Hats, As,
tOf'fsrnc
fiidjiis tnd tin pil'..(. ti< 115 to pick: or entiptess IIUCS (.f cotton wfighi'r.g Drown. Grey and Black bilk mixed Spring CXftt Witch w* are ellinr at moderate prior

It 'Orifl. owfjunp tiuit'. LilcLr-i. from COO to 1 I'-uvls.- tli" power irivon tci tl.el. ROCK PnUsli, Sap S go, Cheese. Pickl<.. Onto- iu, s fur fui:'. O. A J. MEGINNL3.t
DRY GOODS. ;
It rf asjvet nil uiTrirfire od"s ; i l to.Y two IK.JIO ,t..U.ws. As for f-'eIII\I..1 powt-r, [(k.rei.by BOND & CO. All of which we are r>repard trt man foletnre Marc' IS. 165) ll-8t

It enrrr i.nn,* *ita id-taut M-I taitii ; Heavy awl :J.h;; Otnabtirg by the l>ae, piece or !:'-! nn.;' o!h.r 1'1t'fIIlCJW in tl.e trorM.! The t :,'.\' Apr.l 2. Ib59. 14-tf the best and most fafbiocible manoer.
iu
It i.the bit pr.p ratioti c\ rr u"d for fresh "un.I. I! yard S'ripes, I1..iJs IIIK] Priuts. for servants wear ; 11"\'I.r" e of tliia! press are nt1rn rnlll. It is Bireple' I prompt Iy
Please Goods &c.
It destroy* a2: \../.13q*- len I at.i'iuJ p'"I' ; i 'lo1Jrlillmd Verona lld'Lf, for same, in variety, ; a easily put up. and net liable to get RIO, Java and Laguira;Coffee, for sole by i give us a CALL.i PRATORIUS & CLARK. Ladies Dress ,

I; t .ltv<'J in a t ew rfonL tbe luttt <,f ilJst '. I L-tige n si
be#.. tte. j Pl.intrr' Ln.,.n Cl.tek.. lc. Ac. :. Cottomtdes De- tlllY are. The iron casting requireil' will not cost I Lloyd. Apnl 2. 1559. 14-tf I '. __ JACONET a N a tIt Rei1a.

It 't"at.n: tittU ul loMI fu mrj ; ij'li*. Mui'lxia: !il!>C3, tIheeIitIgs. Shillings, Bed more than f 10 or $:0. Any nmimon carpenter e..n t ----- --- ----- -- .. N 4 ale 1rnper&b'i4f.
AND mOY ale
It .",jiWt 1-iU trhcn liMiUi'J. .W1 linU thflnipiy. Ticks CfclirtHf, Fuini'.un'. Prints and Cberk get vu the timbers anti do all tile wood work, cud I NAILS for by BOND A CO. 'NEW &eBS Printed Organdie RuLe. Chantilly Lace Maati11d.

: GOODS FOR THE LADIES. not e'it the planter more than $160. 1850. 14fOSNABUKG3 Robes Georgiennf' !Velvet Trimmed N

It i i. pwvl f-r car' tsnrles.If krl1'. sn.1 ..r no ; A model of this prt-rs is now on exhirjlion at the I Lloyd Aprils. : -( binge Robes Cl.antillatace PCot tI.
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clvi'i&rtj he tretii mil |>.ifi.-. \\if\ Hi' V'< ; I'll.in rfl': :4Url: Linn 'ru 111.s. Post; Office in Tall-ihaoce, setters the public is invited Sheetings and Shirtings, for rale TRADE FOR 1859 ChIdreo'a JaC'Jnet .obes. Wbite. Psnk sad BIas TarBYadere

Tli. .... .v ".p..tlP <4 T i*.i I MTM| Scatlrl '>V r Oig-'tJtii1 Jon.1 Jycoiiel Rol-es, i I to call: mid see i it. Individual County or Slate BO: D & CO. Busrege. leton MII.liDp

art' 1n11l ....-d l. t!." I... f ise. .'I..i I : it fi. ,.,!. lktfjful1"rdlcl Chintz Jar'nets? iu lloben High will be (liacoced of. .I LL.y.t. Apnl t 2.1859. 14-tf o---- Pouted Organdies La.OII Penis Mtiio:

L.'.srit ..'.\h ?: .. ..41 i-f TJ.: ..!J Fever ta Fata ,, I'jintaJ .aui's a.1 Muslin*. I. HENRY! H & I. C. SU11ADER.MmhC5. t PROMPT PAYING MEN AND CASH rUSe end Jaronets Ladies .t CbiIJreo' ParPrioe,1

i1j'. ... J t:" n 1\41'.11... II &UJ"to"l IIIIJ tlt"r st) Ie GiogLnir.s. 18C9. 13-4w I and I'lI\\'i! r. C.indy and Lemon Syrup TOMERS. Brllli.i.iti asoli. .
; _ill ClifciJ.: Cc- I E..glth: Print. *<'(iie really lien utii1l1. SHOT ,.
Lt*dr'; :''- !. :0 : it iu < n. ; Flu I! Alcohol. Turpentine.Tfiis. CLir'tz Brillianb. Lafirtl.MiluctCbt1drwl"

liruba ""* :.. A.rpt" .'1:.. M**".. (.... I I|I KkHi. "IncVftriutiMr.' (gn-: t if true) I Biown. Lnif and Crushed Sugar, Loo at thiS .-. Double Skirt Prints. Skirts' oftarious 'tl"I.ek

t u.. !!...'c ,11)... &*4fta >..,, awl >vv Orlcai. '>I DO ]).xp.iii*)e tte nlnve advertisement first appeared, tliefollowing Sperm and Adamantine Candle TIIDJArtilI Sonuet and Belt I 1.obool.

: f Kew UtlcMik ua.i 21 44k \! Eii.l.. i i.lar..1 l Collars. Ceiliiicateshate been received For established my business MI a CASH While
Tlw U''I''UiI| < sire I : sale by BOND t CO. HAVING Black Law"s sod Mslins, mack A Ruch,
.
i Lmen Cair.biif ,..d l IMVU Haii'iktrcLiff': Guere.iittws. and abandoned the LONG CREDIT
U.yd.prif 185!. Arti6ciil Flowers! Ac k
UIII!! : i' CALIIOIS CC-U.NTT, ALABIUA.V 2. 14-tf I Buff & White Marseille, ,
:. .. 1u- : .. Parasols. SI.uks: lIutt..tui U.1-kias. and therefore. LONG PRICE SYSTEM. I am DOW
11..1 its. f'of'rt. III.ip f'i. aa1. -- ----- --- F-r nIl by O.: Tuvail. Nveilt'uii> : ., Ac.H V] Mr. Umiy Slra-er! dimmi-nced to put up to offer thiwa who favor me with thir
rrs. pN''m.. 1.hyseIJ.%. 5Iui.Ab% tL. tl'411o& 1.t. ( T EOHORN. PANAMA and STRAW HATS prepared may I March IS. 1883. ll8tEmbroideries.
his Ri'ck and, Pim. l'ie. this and
Ill
e
Tulladg.i: JL/ trade. AN AMPLE EQUIVALENT FOR LONGCREDIt'S
Te.'Uee4 l r.- t... A T S. for ale by BOND A CO. -
.'. Inralv. d"1f' :' at m.IbIntI county lie v.-isiieccivcd it* t"tlie Wright andatrengthrrquiied Lr"d. April 2. 189. 14-tf in goods of the best qualit.es; and mostapproved
.
c"vHtry tcue j I
ir fr &c.
& fin* p ottnn rt. 1 lick! Ca?"im,'re. S-noke Merino I- ; cc.n-t-qu'I.tJ fonio of the casting br.Lo, 1- at 'heLowest
It.. .1t .. ..i'u'I ...c.leJ. ---- styles ,
hM .t
II I Itei.h CtesI. ".1'i. H, .u. CiuL"I 1j..II.h\.a\. > lie tweet li.ivin. i-li.in-ied his p.ittrrn to in !. give; |1j Q ADDLES al..1 Biidks Harness of nil kud;! for .
Trr '..Itl". TIM Sue". .,.U,.. Collars and Emb'd Handkercbiefs.
tt .ott 'I: Cash Frioss.Prrsjus
... 1'Lsut-ss. Ailliq..t'. 1110': ; J.igb'1ri. C4n. : tlie nrce"iirr elreu;th anil ,uld;..; 'teight. n..hrs i O sale by BOND k CO. | I EMBR'D'. ,Cambric, Liueo and S,U*
Jlr." *. tests, 1'i.nl I tIt,. loreiivr. f.iiunia, just niplt-tnl one for me with the Heavier, Hacks I Ll.n-1. April 2,18C9. 14-tf irho have been in the habit ..f ordering [,

tT nmt..1 '-ly in t'e I..rn''y.f uti.l >uir .tlM'r) *. i lard Pinions which 'cot'Ii R with great ei"'anti "!-IIP Itch I __ _ .. ______ :: their supplies! from New YoiL and New Orleans v ill Pi ;ue Collars! A Sleeves i Bands
J" DAttSV. Aulnxtt. AU. Emb'd Linen Sett. [Black Lace Veils
awl fully what it is ncorrniemifd I do well to examine stock bef.r. doing' a". as I
"'iupli-hcii
' F.>rand ..t i.I ,.U:.. .t. en A3ns U>'LLV. CLOTIl'lNG, ctc.kf. ae I Guns Guns Guns my Children'* & MIsws Linen Dotted "
: tl t. Gnt-u unjrr mv. Land tliM 2t>th Mnuh. 18.9L I I nil! constantly .e-pon hand a stuck of Heavy Dry Emu'd
rJf Lrtr. pI-. g iraIy 1..Dt' .t" Sf"t.. R-1anl. : Frxt-k: end C..Jh.! of ItaTiiu CI-.tL; I \. JOHSTm;. un.lempied! las now permanently located I Ouodi, Plantation applies and Implements Groceries Collars [ Swiss Muslin

|{ -\i. ttl t. .. .'.... :it..r ott'. ." rita;. tie tx it .te. l'.it: of AJ;i grades from best I -- I TilE' the Post office, where I.e is prepared I II I and all other Gouds required' in this market, ALSOA -

; .'< l-'.t cj.iliv e 1l.J ifo* .ot..I.l t,-ir .B I.* f'cj-. ( s5stlg'1r and }" :>' I.iiKti Drill down to -tnnu'ii 1 Sure or ALADAU.V. Ot.not Cot-sir ) iu the must workmanlike and piou.pt DI:1IDU. to l which I will sell at a reasonable advance 09 'the original large assortment cf Pique BriJ and Frieze.
I Ptt.f. J. UAUItY.
I.: I.. o..tll"' of'till mnKMutU. t
: I ''I ". 1-= Ii-I) Ihsiis ; U'JOr; .., "II 'rtl. l'.I..tll. :tueks Tics, the Midorn-ined il. hereby eel tiv tlut ,'e I (aT\S. EiirLK, GUN.LOCKS.i'i will agree to pay tLeir account or give me their paper Just received and for I.,', by

---------- GJu.aUtI roek"t l111rl\lO"'lltf. bare tbii examined I and witr.e':sed at the horse at such periods l during the year as I may dt-sire. O. A. J. MEGINSIS3.
[ nay fold nil work to Gun Locksmith. I ,
It i. ronfl4tt -rTJtloii that tbere aretnof. I pertaining a or Orders from the will be filled with ears Much 1:. 18t9. 11-et .
SHOES BOOTS. VTiliuro \Vhite theperati.rs country
& Jt.hl"t..n. near Pluiiw.
t
> Esq
wiff Tv*.f'fttl 4i M i>>'. ..g mwan. UMUI CMI ,I j With the above qualifiettiors he expects l. merit !
b? f:4tllJa-g.n' ..rC.Iaz..of .V.'.. 1hte rcj* ii I* <. I (f tb" rvw Pu!e'.t O Hnii Piece. patenti.4I liberal atton. of the citizens of tLia anJ I' and attention and the goods warded by tLe first I
Jl11" ] ir,e n. .ittiint if tlie Lett mike?, 1)rLst.es. | ,,'e puce
..iJ..'_ "'C I kv I.' I.1tI.' ."" .. .IHt l.>T:\ lot ..f trl by H" 1.fI'!:.r in M.irfl'. ISIS, r.n.1 I nro fully sit- "I I opportunity. j Boots Shoes Hats &c.
, I r.ry turrouiidint .
c
t',, b..1y la lb: "bwtrbmz 1.11....U <4 < tt h'L It all (.cut!Is-attic aW tLe li"iug S't'llf'uuivnIiU.t uiiitry.C2T" CALLA'XDEXAUIXEFOR
I i istU'd that it will J prorn! v hat is claimed for SB OUII'locks ,. YOURSELVES. \
w f'r >le Land.
.u <-j., d i 140' e1diIC.sdabUeflu4 "III wrcu .. I"p! km .* a..d pKf I nltriys on I RECEIVED tlO ortment of Ladies sal
<.renii let r ha gtM to br .1t.n h.k t KLLUUA1 tl CI1'- ALSO- W. E. IXnVLINa V.'M. CAMPDHLL, Muh i BOOTS & SHOES,
26. 1859. 13'HEfGOUDSllEWWdMiT
.. I
TEt ihrWiMo ami ii ri.* WnU n i f tini.u. iit- NEW GOODSFOP. ALSOOttt1fmf'iI'
IIAl-Dtt'AUE, FANCY OOOD3, j. j. 1I.tMIL IoN. ILISHA: KERR -
1I"'Jott' Ihf cxh.ivslt-j t.Hlrr sp.i iL" ttb'1. i4. i.l the .
I'r.r"Io .i'IIt .lfl ..d. gtt h''I', ..s.. t.."., a ..tG- NoiKi.NS.( PCKKUMkUV.CIUICKKUY. I VTw. M. II UP.I IKS, JAS. LEE A. f Soft Fur Hats' Gerst.emen's Trimmed

s the" lltrrti" .fI.1 l |.nlcr it t'unnrtprrt GLASS \VRE.SADl'LEUV. i I C.M. MAUTIN. M. P. JO'INSOVV. $ I I Straw Hat, Boys and Touth Trimmed Stiaw Hate

n rt bo.-W-Pv ft-rcxttm bill thai less .a--a'-W: ."em!''_"."IH...fc JHut!.*..%.. icw IMI.l n m sbudU Its >nflueiicr !! TIN WARE, Ae, d.(. \ B.TUKNIPSEEDE, It. Y. JOHNSON.! .J, I ---o Spring and SUIrnu r. Ladies and Misses Trimmed B*ollm.., Ladies Trirn'd

U|..u a trsiiKli.. h nn-nl. .kiI.lil.,', Ie rq p i H-ful to rirf.nff. n;nin. ...exI the m<.i trrr4j!. ...'. : J.CONKFIELD, 57Eare now r cei\mj: our Stock of SPRING t and de.irnble! Styles a-.d: Ilf Fabic from the finest Hats Coiot! ed Shaker Hood
Ibid 4 %Vh'. ".11 .1 fIe It U .ruoa? A 7V// "ufpT oFcvzil'j (;ro't'r (.f-Sur. i 1 > SUMMER GOODS w'.k-h! we will sel! very 1 1I I and rirlirat to the most sub.t3nal and dur lli, ta O. A J. MEOINNISS.

.\ ;tj.tI,1 C-Isv thc Dreif st. oi* .u.J i-t d>iil man.'thrtwama. I
pr1 J. &9. 1J 1mLite. 8 wi. Cun .... Uamo.Si iiv*. Camlies.! liiiinin; Fluid j ilirth; 25th, e59. j eontintinff in jiurt atfof'otc: Berates,

tail OiS. Tol ner'I. : C g,- anJ Pipe E"encec, Silk Tissue. Orgtndiei.Summer .
Mr. Ht.:>K7 Snsit:s : Dress Goods T. HAYWARD & SON
:jCil': hll1EDlUll .CoNSt3PTION SittStnc*. I'errbv5.: S..UJ. Pick Vs. S."la. S.:lt. anJ : Silk, Mnsiina.

Tn: Ga": i i""cn..t.T .f l>a J.Fetsc.* < nr.cmx. .. M on. !In f-u.'. -Vf\ tiling u ii. lriU tVifltr'i lbS it c..m Dfr Sir-I take pTeseure in a.Mnt: my certificate D.ube! Skiit Silk, .GreciJiue Robe a Laize, Bionic Silks Citmbric! pleasure in inviting: the a'.te: >ti911 cf.th

i I' u IH <>f i ta 4155 f T the |>reren'i"n .i.4 cuiv t.{ *-. tln.1! xrL"i|* !':IKtlnt!, : fl' 1..t. I to \'.>ur li.t. and ree'nbr.tendillg.mr l Rock nn ) Aii:: i.i''u tfii:! 1)1.1..! 1I..I I ri-iii-n; L"ver Prc!s tn al! who miy \'lntC..ttOl.. or I! lMt SiR. I. Las i
ih', 141t1 4* n.al..Io.: boY tl. nor .f :S* Hrr-rr. -. i>l a e tt t n t I: J..1 > II Bayudere BayuJr.e otmftt c
"U.NAr'JiJ: ; :!' n HaT I r.c!II. F.>rp"'3 !fI.r! p over i h *urji-n s any Double! JujxSOi.jaii ''Double Shuts Jaconet Goods.
rulrtl4.( .). aid; Pt.sf&.1&.. I. -U"I: .* -f i-is. .lO ( ( I Heavy Dry I
Nf ii' t'. K tL:1ii; cf 'Lc .::;.I I ever s..\. S irt" R..be Lr.izc AND SCM31CR COOC5;
i :
; .t jo l.. .; '.. f <'fJII! ION is BO I. a.uf .| 't. .1; : 0.1- I j I a Brown PlniJsaiid I
gi Domestics
- I P. A. Mt'RDOOIC.: Orr n-lie R. l .nit3.I f.i 13.\ 'tIre Osnabergs, Stripes
> >
--- c a ,
juu.se: s.slStbsbr .5 'IIII ferm-u rna! tr m. : H JOifi'. : ,the B-ie Piece Yard.Cottnnin'cs. Comprising everythmr u ul\n11t'11d io this narist
Tl.'. .. tr:", J. SON I by or
|,r. ('II'II.j.i j ,'.nk..11 C ma .ui| 'I.41..JIKJ r,c>.r.vJ PIcmk Koad ASTSigkJL AprlP. l."s..9.- 15 j Robe- AlroetlR..bc:utigrei-iic! Doubte Skirt Lair: Bareges. : Linen Dii'l! and Durk. Irish Linen f besides nuny noveltirt embrneng n.l.Cafllibwl
fr I.r. w no.* m t. HIM! wiii !tj ruh'Mi. i i., I I' a
m pn
: Towels, Table Damask, Shirting andbcetirgs. and Clothing! of the latest style
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tl1'L'i1".11..1":1'; --- -
'1 b i f..r :.. Ac ;Y t.! t!. iiiv.i.i.Vi.; I.",.V. t.. I lIE ; r : 'I..1 :'Ij' l:1'ir(' II.- I I Re'.tengnltos, Lns BayadereMantillas '-o-

inr .i jg: ;. ij -tt .. fc-forii :.n<' I. '\ 1'tttt 1111./I : trw .f (I.- ( "!: i l-.oiulu! ri-tn* R 'a.lC'omany I HOSTETTBR'SSTOMACH .
I Hats &
C vul tit the tarie itt cirfni travcli'i! : f>rier. I I. L! m Caps :
IVLX r .
BE '
KILL
cneaiai! : GJlATIS. tn ;Mantillas .
ev.ryenr j & Shawls
5folckfa HaU for
mV Latest Spring Style ,
Lt r.h.-d.on. TLr f 41s
.-r in tinli.itr>i S..i". "I.. n-ay 6I801 l or r i:.1 Tbif rat.c t< I ttr i' BITTERS I ,
dufrj t vta tt y n rent. To |1"'I'i"IIS nt lk-1-Ait EMBROIDERIES LACES RIBBONS &C. : Young Men.
lit n.v Ik'.4' ii'lcr l y L>]*. ; 3at. U.t .i.e. i In all the lat ty!cs. .
il tvciro ii.f.U etII:1c."IJi..r wr 4ii ff to euItIraeI: by the ft f'" u fui'aMe Jril'i- i fbr. (4.curs Dysprpiia, IxJig"tw. "-,ivssa, I Lul.r..klered Colbrs j RilJjon Tiiii-ti-.ed C..lAU.! Beebe' Latest Mol! !km and Cm.imere risks.
rent b. m* <*ut '''ltS..te
t"-o a i'l 1 I b<- n vl"! Bu the rti.MM: (.f. II.: /1\ t'-in f < I ItlMX JTatnleney, Jt / Afpttttt. or Ay iUouComptnlntt Eiiibmiilered Skill. [ Ladies and Mi-ves Setts RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS. Teubrock Hat, S"otrh Trarellinj Cap:
morbid inaction
14.fl.c acun UtEMtl1.1I.. r .' ':ltbr" ....n.:. '! sit ti-is t.i>.n an-1 tie dIll :-oa
> .... .,' ''.i.i u ". tl: .. .ti.ia'aof "r. 1'lau.I.:1IJ. ] :! S.' >4y n.u-t piy f.T :-:: tl-e r,,:. ?ua\;; .. Code, Cholera i'orbui dec. I Marsrille n..r.'l.ilf'! and, e'Jloted. 77,1 73 AXD CAPS. Also variety of Puiuraa. Leghorn) and Straw

.:'< r ri/J ,II.. D1 < 'I"'i-n a:.ti" "II'> ..i l'u..m'rj" ; dedudiasi List;.. t., tlltie ruilitcz ; JlII.1 6 nuctcaaie : In view of the fact that every member of Sit\i I and Jaconet -lt'u'tcing. BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTHIXC i Hate Ladies Riding Hats, Tiimmed. La-
.. l I.; t'o 5.:.* "ft, \Ie.i ai.ud-n:* arc* maile the human family i is moreor Ics bubjvcted, to I dies! and Mieees Bloomer: and Flat*.
; ii jt.-i 'I.: or ilnee i r 85. ".li fjll iir" Etns, .f Thsertie. .
; tl;'.ni*. fimid: '.l. Jt-ci i :i.i Se' nl .. bcof..iM"t .TElF. : lJ.\I\S.:: some of the above complaints besides innumerable I R "r:! Linen t Plantation Goods. I CuniJ. Straw nail ther PIont '
n..n: ::. 'ill.! .' 'il I. :. 1: other JiUou iu life, which Ij tin Negro Hats.
t J. '.,!i.iiDi7it.r. ;: I Co:: i ''a .tIl i Girclt! fur Trm.ininsj Rj.-q'jts, j jny j -
Just received r.nJ fjr sale ly
-- -- ---' assistance .f little knowledge
the or
i. 49 J..i- jI i :. t. X. V. ; ; by ( Diess ''R Ritb-xi Hard! are & Cutlery. :
Tii'n'ninjfs, 'ur..t
&' E W GQO D S exercise of common sense thc: may l he able i T. 11!AY WARD d SON.

-'- '--- ---- Ii so to regulate th _. _. I F., Eke Tnm.i RihUm 4 :'.._ A bi-auliful: lot c? 'i:', Shade* ami
the assistance of A good to:1ic. sccure per. at'Mr !! # '
STATS OF FLORIDA : \7EP. & DAMNHEIHEP. I maneat health. In order to accomplish U"s 1".I''y hud Black Velvet )Ribbons.C'hniiilc j Oil Cloths and Matting. i ..vrlvv; Para 'M*. Black: Lace Veil. llli'Cun; 00 I.Oou J

desired the true t.J i is. t, I>,thi's, KiJ and T-visfed Silk
obj<5ct. course pursue i Veils, ; J. I'Lau ruche
_%-_ -. I MERCHANT TAILORS 4! certainly,thai which will produce a natural i I'uLch iluxrcts :, l"iny" Parasu's t Fan.!,, | !mm( ANn SALT ,and Mitts.;' E'n roi.cr".J
-- :."- state of things at the least hazard of vital HAILS I IM'kf*. C..l"u i: and Sl --- ---
n.z : 411 ,1 tLL'S: IN I IRE strength and life : for this end Dr. Hosteller FANCY & STAPLE j Hoop S.irt.. Euahr'J]

Senatorial Elootion. has introduced to this country a preparation CORNICES AND CURTAINS. Breakfrnt Cjp fir'
DY-LIDI: CLOTHING
jOENTLEMENS1 j called UOSTETTER-S STOMACH : :DEL- OOOJDSiFancy JuJica. Eiub'd Lau

'J"t -91.:1U\ a \ea"iy niith in the 2'*t SemtIf .> A ; ; BITTERS, which at this day is not a new ; iJtiiK. YAXKEC NOTIONS AriD CROCKERY. Cui take
I lOonitbuegs.
ri U J hin t .f ttii S jte, bytl* rrrixnatxincf FURN'ISHING GOODS | medicine but one that has been tried for 1 Jest reCiirsd and fcr suite Lv

J.wf.... B. :."''. X"". tlrcfc,*.. 1ft mipJyenitl I years giving satisfaction to all who have I, 3Iu lius, I.Brown SI.irtiug5.. Groceries and Fruits. T. hAYWARD A SQL

\.*. e't i i. l.**.'.v .r.1 kr. I ti..it ti. f'1..I.1o n TALLAHASSE F L, A I j used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon i i 1'1 i.1t5. ,Bf.ich!

'* lur! : iii ":."t I'ir'isrt II;ie ein'r pr<' *Tiliod by -_ --- the stomach bowels and liver restoring |. "" 44. English t'ritite." & Brown Drills, OIL? PAINTS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Furnishing Goods.'
.t.4'rt'urh ,
Liw. "I' il."i.:.":/. Ctii cb".r Jluy. '.". sinv, ftI'. : : rsuIIs;! .t.f' Imw rrceitir 1 ., I them to a healthy and vigorous action ana I Minister Pla tK

".f' .,ui.-.7': i'i .bte: in w 4! 1 l"l"t I.ic! isLcrtln j vir at. ri-.,:.Xt t K. II. Pen-TV AniVi-n V; thus by the simple process of strengthening I \n.ite .t Col'd Marseille,A pr-nCli-cLs. I j ji COTTON. and : O rot Collars,

.. r...,..:. 5 "'..,1 ..:I't' 3 t.tds.f I.J.I.OSD I IsC the to i i I Ljic Cli.th ,li.iib 'ru l'IuiJ: A! Strides I SILK
C. -.ILtIbj; ;!.ll..m.! r.
; l. i!.* .fi... ..f ti.; S rretan- of S .tl?. .i.1 i !ii GthM.t,1.it', iW disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery cr flux, so S.Ix"rnJ1) Suiii iliis'in: ifaiirv' Cotit_] t, | end that the lowest Cash, without ilevutiun. dcrshirts i, BI chJ Jeans Drawers
.
IaU>!i>ii t>f .'_.i. I IMVI tH-ieto) st my (L'X'LE.'ffXS' I1EJLt, generally contracted by new settlers, and I \'Lt' D ."t.l Sa i:i Mu!. h.U'lin:". i GEO. W. SCOTT. L. B. Shirts; varied i i J Hrui'd Stitched Hd'kl
Ivlu: Twill. CLetli: Brown t Bl I 1
baiul IM cna* esotst.5! : I'II: <.( Fivnc'h and ilnclieh C::'tli., C.1. I Cheek: Pillow C.i-,e, Cotton anJ assortuirut.pLiiu no J fan- ( piain and ruoIey
Mia.1 4 die X n F'ssi4a.'! D-M tie and diet, will be speedily regulated by a ;
[LI ) al" at borders
"ilUt.'Tf'.II..1 \ the litt'ct u.IIIIS. .
1 kind best ;
(ctingfof It) quality I Lade; nnd Misses Open I! Linen, j
II T&2ae.., tlu I4lb djj cf brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia I LADIES DRESS and other Silk
:
I GOODS Mkis-illes
t-i.i.-U; I Super SustJ'ef4d.tlp
I IApr" they are prepared to make up to order in I ; woik H-'se, jLinsn Shirting; j
V.. IIJ>. a disease which is probably more prevalent I i Twisted Silk Cr.. .
SLirt
.
a wor1mu..lil.u and IIIJlhinl.:bl. in.iiuier. 110.1 l Oil It.COSAOLL .\- i\ all its various forms, than Crinoline Muslio. i 1.MIendale Hrown Jb I II Fa-ay
taken in FOR
when SFBINO OF I
I s. rraiaY o.'tl1M' '''... Al-o, a ''HH! ass r, ti. 0, \' any : cause may
viracr- t : of11
T. L. VC.L7FWC&. READY. IADE CLOTHING. attributed to derangements of the digestive j ; [Fancy I I ,3.t received by '
rrrtry of Stale.JJ liWk .nd Keiicy Silk Cinvnts mid Ties bliiiU, Me- I organs, can be cured without fail by- Ladies C.'raet.s with hips White Navy Duck T. HAYWARD A SOJ.

:: Kr rf tLc O r.'e-,1- ti:i Jav uf cl tti..D.Apil tHIS) Silk .,. O>tt..) Under bliirt. Collars, using HOSTETTER'S STOMACH Bli'TElLS supporters attached I Farmers Drills: O. WIT'S.Spring

;50. ':-,. 1 *r (1!'.te I. .1".. "_ .tC. SOCh'l as per directions on the bottle. For C.uind.i CfHimi'icSfPernn Planters Linen ID. :
this disease every physician will recommend Cass'irerf: Broun Ji Beucbed! Linen ; ----- Dress Goods.
--- "jjfli.t.v wou1 l tat tl.i m..thOoI! ] of ttn Bitter of some kind then why not Blot'Drah Deta Duck Goods Goods.
.
j. IV. ;u i.1.LJ JJrp 'luirit. .'il'" t'i their i.l.t cusiif-nji: rs n.d Iito-I.ul.j >ii.<; ; nee an article known to be infallible ? Famiers Satin I Chinese (irass Cloth. I prirg / 1INGIIAM led Organdy Robes,

5 eralj.! f.* tW lnr.il! p-itrctuige l.crtl"f"'t'lot'"tI. Every have their Bitters as a preventive : I rIiiIE undersigned is now re'ei..iD.from. New \JT Rob t> a L J, Carolina Robes,

corLi Ii ( OJUIISHOJ }EI11X'( ..- .-u tl.vrn.ain! !I"'J') l/\' strict HttentK-u, t<. tttir country of disease and strengthening of _L York via ivaunab, a large stock of }:uslir-. Cli-.iiibriiy'* and Ginghams. .

bticiticM t. u.cnt a et'tt'n'iafwe' .( tiie .:lnlt'. t l them all D< Begs, Bayadere De Beg.Btijratler U.balr.
1 C"O P-.c \I'JTC:5 Lv..i.I. i the system in general, ftn< among : rU Boots & Shoes : ,w. LADIES DRESS GOODS,
WCIihK; there is not to be found more healthy ALSOA -
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"iT \ :T L .. 1..1t.,1; fclull\'c., I
C 'il" 'It..p L. DANMIEIMIIR.PROCLAMATION I people' than the Germans, from whom tl.is Indies Creole Highland Gaiters, J.llItUCIJfO varUty of Calico i .
rof .111 1 ','ri. ..
ai.iy .
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Iid -.1; r'h'"IA..,1 ,'-'.I.'h': 'N".. t. I. I .. ki. f411 : AT.r1 !. nl. It I IS'l'A'ltE preparation emanated which lias based Attended upon to scientific advance' Freuih Leonora Robet. I Chintz Organdies Just rtctive I and for sal by .
experiments 44 Colored UixhUnJ S Skirts. Pl'td JC"neti.Cmpe
Organdy T. HAYWARD IO ;
th* e ..!.'-.. 4i.J I It' 'i}b. 1.>m > tatikvt piii i. C"U of this in the
OF } the destiny great preparation Gni ress (Jailer. 2 Jcpe, More'i.Solid .
t;y j/" !tiv ;:u I .J (stIf If sJs' ssi4lI'4ts Ibf.r 'LORID-r-I medical scale of science. ..
,it I.. "I:' r" .j,.. 1..I.t .tlt.,stj.,.. Tbr chiz. .. 'fTII's'eab.t Oijwey Busft.ns. a Leg I C. B reje*. Staple Goods.
.,; lied Robei.Gieuadme Pine Mou-lioi
I SIipjers. Barege Apple ,
594 :c'au&. r. ff4TfLbIy' !, ,ic "t" f .v\F. I AND AQTJE. "
FEVER
I Velvet Slippers. Ilobei, I French Ln\c*. -J fBAIFS Ofmtburg,
0 i l.exi'nine .1:11 ;MI' <- HIV r.-. l.,'k>r< p.c4i., iis st :' t
;
''., 'tbi. Jk-. i- :.r'I""S-tilILk: j This trying and provoking ditriie, which Uses it* 11 White KiJ Sli per. Printed Lnwns and BrilliNnt. dr. &c.-. A.\J Striped I O-naburg. .

j, n .. 1 t". il I.. > :ucli: f' r tIIb."rtfH&J'| $800 REVV ARD. I Kleotle grasp on tbe body of man rcducmg him to I Bi.ooze Congress tuniC, Plain Bordered mid Moir Antique Pniarolr, Carolina Stripes Choctaw J x

U. 'i'V. 18 ; a mere shadow in a short spice of time,and reoilennf Gents \,111'! P. Boots Muntillas French Lace Point*. Vrlvrt Trin'n.fdMantlts Ci.eroke Plaids

Ajtd : him pliyiicaJly and menUJlj useless can le drfeKed I1"tent fox London Boots, ChnnlilU Lnce Mantles, end SI..w!., D oim.. Tick jics.Cottonades. -
-- ---- nr M s. rrnv, VEKKOK OF FIXIKIDA. and driven from the body 1 by the use of IIOSTETTER'3 I 0 C.l1I Bonuet and Belt Ribbons Dress Trimmings. ,ttc. de. Sine Strip do.'

Honaopathy. -i-- ii-.s. tilts tiiittiil h.I' ""'(11 lun irl.t'f t.1': I RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, any cf the above New style Cloth G.liteu. D. C. WILSON. Cho law Twill Stripes
\ \ rx.n.t.v- (to' ib SLrntt f M.i: !I.i. li -
DrpitniM.i < Planters SWa of all I .
kimls Asbloii PubIs -.
.
I A. Cx.-3et XrCvn U D ..G.J. U'uMKnrcs. 51 D.i'ljwWMjt elated diseases can not be contracted when exvoilo11I7
; rjs .- : i !n ...meojittliN-: v-inus. Iwr i* iici>m.tilu.t Jane* I U HI.i" jaii 14ll.f oiur.ler cf B.I itjiiiiiii, Sehwi-nn. byes tsi i i.I i a Blacli! G.itcrs
American and French Plaid
And U neither create
.
1. .. art ued U direction a.
m a..otOt' : tinHV'V 1-1 tl. ci. ( per I
: |ir .: c.I| their .dvnt Bolt Camlet.: Blue Drill..
', Uf..n 1 teases nor offend the palate.llld rendering unnece- CASH {
'ri < i.wv tit tL.-ir OflJfn U t
\ "t I I. M..3 r''In'.G.'ru..r tl ea,1.t l I.. \irtue'of t a Loco I3ots. I t ta examine. before pur".b .sing elicit lure,
'J ,...11.... :.,<.1 1 it |>r t('.. .I.If...|.. ,. (.-IU: >. pair any change of diet or Interruption to uiual puruita tie and well selected Wile an'i' rfrotfii Heck Towelling' '
stock
Inigc of Fsnev nod
I. auilxiity C Sir in me I by Iiw. .1") livirby otTer a CLilJrea' Kuncy AokV Tici I Sta Crash Scotch and Russia
and Diapers.
sound healthy digestion <
A. CAUI'DKLL MeTAN'l ,but sleep
promotes
H. M. V., teward o' l\-i-Liii lre l l.llar f..r the pIe Goods ut D. C. WILSON'S. .
*
: > < "|ipn liflit-.cti ] i II Di.iimni i I.K! >ts, Jest received and fur sall l it v '
O. J. M AUUuSKU 51. V. the complaint Is thus removed as speedily a* con-
HIM] Mf- .k.lin1"* (,f the aid EHisoti: 11 the SlnrifT I a C..I..rt,1 Hoots. hAYWARD
.\ 1$. H%'. ICS siitenl with the production of a thorough and penissect l T. A 80T.
cf MMiii' c-.ii :tvt '. 0 Gnat Lace boLt,
1
t',%TIt 0:. .WlWA. Jr..I..m. I: 1-.r:: i.c ,!...:.t ; )''111' I .;:, core. Bn>uze loiters, SPRING AND SUMMER

C 'is1e 1) uf il4lJllliOU. )t (e-1 t-is .>r riyl ii-cli. l.ijjli, xt>j\\.* aU.ut ir.j r i'I For Persons in advanced years 1 Boys Bo ts. Hot.s Pump-sole Gaiters, I : IfBoots & Shoes.. l. "

411 ,'i. 11 III. I' a hUe! etor.jH I >uli!erfd. I In. dark enfeebled constitution and C"lf Oxford Tit'S.
p ii Wbo are suffering from an
LL },, Men and
ss A |ocr.tfM il..te.1| are Imrrhv 110'*1 tl at I CLOTHINGTIlE Kip Brogan. Boy,
..1u.. m If'I trii' ti'ifu ilir ll"ii. J.VIM It IW 4\1. ..s-.. awl nll"'r .I.uk ".'nlp1"I''I- I.t'k. .: tofinn bud;. th.er n.iun are Invaluable as a reMora- I M Kip Bri'g'u'. 15"ys Cost Brogans.L1 Russ Oxford Tio, Kid Top Congress
\ p .1.,,I?' mod ."".tillM' 'I.I"-f... a f.1uit.ille ,'..il',' live of strength and vigor and need only to be tried LATEST STYLES TOR 1859 I .
i B!
C Bik.. Jul.r OK t>_'t O.tiMf ,WM ck Cloth Top do :
.. oft' rsthrr a .10.;It. 5Iv. I.... Wit J.I rM'llwll f' to be appreciated. And to a mother while tinning; r ri
I IV CKTU-I t..t 1..I.ori.ta. ssss H- Mi'iiii; .1!.i\ -f JL' Mm' English Lace Boots;
had Iwiif lard .-'udi.Jt.u.| | these Bitten l when themother's Hats&Caps : -AT-
are indiipenuMe. especially
A. l I'.. h i'. for all oilier icraiiiinx te'iosx-ll U airing Kmgans, Patent Oxford T!**.
I-i I.tl. -MX U'h! it-. I. Itarcl.iT.! i.i.t.' .t I IbcsI nooruhment is to the demand I II
tI-wiv! tk.sattt.. I ival, na.> I.''.;'II t. cite n. my Inadequate i Gents Fufliiooalle Case lIsts D. C.WILSON'S.SPR1iG ; Jut rrciriveJ and for .* by
t..t. ..t J..ItI:4 Be'I. I III..r .ai.1 ssrrr..rI. .iml nnfni la L<* iJTivwl the Gr lit of the child consequently her strength must yield, .. .. Sk": T. llA YW ARD A 805*
O'lUt [L ..] &l .f lJ. Slate .if t'ori.Ja.' lc.nelt the i'I and here U U where a good tonic, such ai oetttter'. I I
L.i .I Tfc "
,4" tl
: ; W4 S IV i..steiIe,4 ML Vernon Cass
tli" N. tV 4. aiMi ai \v J .'f iluS K i. ..f *<.i.. ; C .| it.J in .I1..I.Mef', ILi. Sltt slay < ( ,, Stomach Bitten Is needed to impart tem|>orary strength I i Pearl Cass Windsor Hats, A> D SUMMER HATS Liquors Groceries &0.

1. t .... :"lC I'. A. is. i.9. and vigor to the lystem. Ladies should by all mean ;
41. : ttatee 11.\ &tsttC At! >4 sail ii. PEjVRV. M French Cass I The .Latest Styles for 1859
],.1. I ht": :IU"i.iu* I.' t" ".tjes' of U"'lIit. D..ttd Ibt 5. Go r.T cf Fla: j try this remedy for all ease of debility and before to N l'namn a DVZ. Cotton Plant Whiskey, "

AI 1'1..: ,. ; Pyi1.dC- -tcn r-AtteM : I doing ask your physician who. If be i I acquainted L' I".rnJSlra" I -AT- 12 S ..Is. OM! Winchester Whiskey. :

r. L. Vitiiriotr, i I with the virtue of the Bitten will recommend their 2"- Boarbno
: Whiskey
UATILDA BELL, \.: :. Boys French Brown Hats WILSON'S.Marrh
Apifl i.;. 1520. ie4aFotice.- I St-cie'ar\ Stite. j Me In an ca.of weakneM.CiTTlOX. Pearl Ci aiinere titt. D. C. O1<1 Madeira and Sherry % '.' ,

Aj.i'5 i JV9. Ij-li.i J W-I.C"fv._ __ I' .-We caution the rubLe against Trimmed Maricabo lists I 19. 1859. 12 OM Gfime Brantlv Jeffrey's beatelr A!!,

jT.nlvTE \!) l 1.1t!Kh 1TNTirni"tn i t iriACF \ nsinz any of the many imitations or counterfeits S Sit x"ny French ITi!! .I..phi Lagtt; B er.8o .

but ask for HoMrrrrta's CILUaATID i 0 I It ; eri..r CUr.tJ.i Q..rt* THE CITY OF NEW YORK PsneeiaN Atlanta Medical
LL pel k1r.fI i.a"ul': ;1i". : .i.I: be E..I.U! cf1. ( \ ':'I'\L, $1'0,000 Securclj InicMcd. I IJ !, STOMACH BITTEXS and see that each bottle t 1.:1'10 :I College. Cclt n Plant Ch iop.ign. a MW n4pojmlar Justly

(.ctr r'.la: Ii. iz'. !'. JriTersrHi .."..". et t t. "b&'tIWf4lItal.rC. I l.R.,tes t r Ui.rIts3t.rsaere t tIe 03:?, Y/hitfcck! Builfiing:, No- 136 Kassau Bitlers" blown on the side of the bottle, and i erq tr d>>, J.imir Rant .

tstr'J elf |""iit tb ir"ft'iainl! .. m due ,.tln. I* i Corner Beekrnan Street stamped on the metallic cap covering the SUNDRIES truE J- dliii course of Lectures in this InMitntion -Jnamd Ri$ c.tfff't'lp J..f OrmbeLQruaJa.t
rtT1! T.- l i'I. in : cstaMi! hi i and observe that : trill ci>nrm, neat, ,
,. our
ttir .t, +3 Ex.e-jt. r..f lx., U t Will a-i.l t-t.- 'iijvii.y ( .n'.nlr"tlnrl cork autograph signature I ,. Puvdrrrd Wliltr .t flcownSuu'sOeldet
_[_ h A..e--i.', i:1 'f'r'll ,,lions; ..1' I is on the label. atxl continue! four !lUutCLs.
rv'Ut..t..J 4cvgr4.Il. IIi-in ttvu .".11 (um t''Leskate. 1Dr.tnut Gentlemen's Clothing j Yankee Notions, v 8rvpe. l.'spStazc&Cs; diet, BurDI 1J.

( ,dlft''IN 111.! > M til lx IruteJ ; lIad &U tliu- the Ciii-n; itentlcnu-n i!.'iriiijr Io net AS Averts for CT: Prtpares and told ly HOSTTITER It Hardware, i Fancy Groceries, t. FA'CITLTT: Vinegar,Crockerp. BntUt. Jr. *%>-.

lukt..lcJ.: .lrqiartce5 I.iti.&kr 1. II. .ti..roC'fli.dt.1$ !. ; tl,;; O'r J>..ipyill !rlease f.pj.ly, by Jeifvr.. 8.1111,' Itti..ai.-., aid'sild by all f sad.Ury | Iron r.4"see'. Tlint Cnrnpniilrs if ) they .tlllll1U' a
JA J. nUST,1- ,_ ( any tad CttlCkt'ry &.Oaiw! re, j Liquors of all 1.kind : and Pharmacy. .} r1.\arr ; .
Apr.Uil.'S 9. 1.-S. A:en'* Ivr art-1 (her .bablr am'Airitof ':" i pnolsU, grocers, jdeaUrsUrgk qtte rsfly H. W. BROWN. M. D. Plnf. of Anntoruv.JOUN Smoking Tot: "p-'rl" 4- .

-- I h1 t.e t'oltJtf't.11f'c1 i .tt the rklUd Sutei, Cau iMUa I W I y.JOXJStMvD., ,"f.of J>racti ol Med T. 'HA'fl7.AltZYht .

:or ta1e. I WM. CHAl'NCBy.VrtrfJifJO'IN */. !i .. .'4 Ger.uy.300.VIL&. .d'lU'1t RIrla&s SA\VELL-1 w rtJiI >&7.iOr v> fo. .ch.U JY .U' ;y"eL.tug&A-"-

eI \Of H01.lnEJm.! ) 1.cPrtr.it.t. t.- ': M i"I.I. ( F JLn.o.guagcs '.WESTMORELAND_ M. IX Prof. oC, Priests ,. .
: '
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rpnivist'iriLL:: ..rtPJ. : 'or .Itl" :.II tl"ld .,f I K. O.'KLEY, Strretiry. !!' ._s_ .. -- .-W OB"--.,' LA.o .., I''- 31uieet4149.J jtl/ : Kv'p'es nrul PVttCti'e Surgery. ., >ti ,t',-> ,." I' .

LAXO ieoisn. m inCt>.'.", :" Mil! To..:. Apnl C. ISftf I.-.;_; 5. Wh.l"ale &...,. t'5I nr. s. PO.CO ..LL. M. D. Pro( or ouutriri ,\ \ '
otfi:: 'lint y'O ft('.. ,"L.n 1. It 1.1 Ifuui.lev!i ----- -- I l-'RE."iClIc P.A: ISIt. ITALIAN AND GERMAN, j J. P. LOGAN ). D. Pent of PbjsWogy and Di- COMMISSIDN'MEUWAt1T,1 r

.> r II to fit .Teral p>.r: ..., Titero ace "-''1..1 l li Grain .(Jradles/ -&c. I j jri Sold IIE. CU?(._.ar.., ,,h\....J*1 u-r" -:- t' r 1| MSx-s u( Women It"J Cluliiren.
CO. .end tIES & LIVliLV T.Tl haas Ce, ; ,1Pr M tR6 TALLAHASSEE FLA.
biwtir.bUeSgfld i eti-rotvn ihe r'w U**, Term PAIN CRADLES: -'. .U. J. O. WLSTMOREtAND, M D. f',..[ or M..teiU .

t. *\'. R. C WIU1.u h..I'.rt .I KluriJa.April "TTT'AS: Ukru up lam residence i iu 1'alUliasaee. with Mtdien sae.i| Methcsil JiMii>prv !enos. .-_ I

_Ann; !. 111:9. IE-ttCotton I1 I S'r.iw'tffi Ci.tters.SNci ,. f tl tlC 9. IS53. 15-ly i( I. .1 view of .giving iortruetiou lOt lbet above ac 1 Practical Anatomyweder the immediate dlreclioa! LtDERAL advances iflade onjViotl'-. Teksare

:_- -- ---------1 \,f'O'.iittj IJ"e.. ; CUpiishuibeOt: : ,I of lira Pnifvs cr of AijiUKny.Tb to ti"dl-mSt la'Nsw York;J .

Seed Anderson : rlie also! teaches the GUITAR and SIs Gis 0.IIILLsiloaoun Dissecting Rimro supplied with od material
i S 1t,1h.: H.- Drier 110.'&'. I Wine E. g SIGHT. dHCON SEW,YOIUV 8ALZ.In .
; .
P.m Cl!.ain.Vel !>lir"b. i'lanter Hotel.-. : will be pcaed by the 16h of April.
b *?i.lel. t f lUya's Pioiifif Cotton Seed just : at Lnw 'end Salitilor ia fluenT tareb 12. 1859. *tt-tt. am sU IA tt4' l444 _
}0 O. \ Cbiin and Oak Well BacktttV Attorney : PEES .
recejvcJ atid lor e.i'e tVfl.E.tID ; : March 12. I8gy Ii 0
\ O\I-l and Stona Chonts.Sttpl .
J: DEXHAM. MABUNSA, FLORIDA. '.r 1 N. C For the CmrM f Lecture. :. ,,...|105 floM
r.2t' Gard.-n Hoe. .
1-:. I"Ii... ; IS! 3-2t with to : tnc Uti<" (oee..cn610
April 3, attend fidelity and proinptne** DwelltngKbforSalerTHZSU8SCRlS1t'offens
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SnaJe .nJ Six.-vr! Ac, .
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---- --- ------- i -ALSOfO : business entrusted to bj* car 'n tbe Circuit I I MILITARy ACADEMY. Diecitg,:.,(" r only nice). 10 00 .

i Courts! Franklin arj Jackson Oradutaoo.-. is.GoJiosed'mnbekaJMUtuUperw.ek CO fcr'mU on'lema
Washington SUPERlNTKNDEKT
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Hay K4's Nat": rpriE was *eleven year
in tb. Court at and tbe United Tvtrurtbw Jl ea y ta C'pon ..Li*.uxi.
1freth.e XaiI,. Supreme Mariannn I JL aa officer of the South Carolina State Military .
-1 'ft r."L of hAY inst treecive UiiIf-, se Plon'h Steel and Iron.rv States .District Court atpalacbiooLa'and Tttla- : Academies. For a enrolar address pstrtkalarf siJdm* "-'f lets !Iut )l-Atr. IpjJytoti* umiid, -
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.i.v to W. K. BeanL JOJ ."a
I. DF.NHAM. cr
BEARD: t bUlee. J. O. WESTM08CT.A3Dri>
sale] by c. A J. N1YI. O. C. TEW. Hit1iSrroagt. !7' C. .ti. 1 h
:" !..rt"I11. t. 1ct, 15-3' t I \I.a! '. 1 tt3 U- 3lsrlt! 'A. 1\' U- .' I Ite 1ltf ft-,: I Ysr4. ?',1S..'. n Msrch.dl. $). 14 c..i, .



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-- -- DENTISTRY. fI I AMES & LIVELY I Insolvent Estate Notice. j jI

Change of Schedule.c I ,
I STATE OF FI.OItlDJ) .
-- WHOLESALE A D 1IETAILR JEFFHStSON! COUNTY f "

{ \ \ i IN1ALLAHAE1- j -AMES W. DI WITT. adnun :!"' of the Estate ',.
; ft cf Charles W. DeWitt, late of JfTcr! '
o M r *v x Y county
I (!eerll {. has fled in the Probate oflice of Jefferson
I P ; U. S. MAIL LINI 1 county It written suirgcstiou that Le believes the Estate

: : _- -- ---- Charles W. DeWitt to be ioolvcnt; Therefore .
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TLe public are respecUnlly informed that tliS'I'EAMSIIII'S notice is glens to nil persons Laving claims .

] I J. CUR LEE I againtt: said Estate, to ppear and fife tIe ra-ne with

; { urn !li-: cmt-fnl acl-nowl...' pmelh AND the Judge of Probate lh f id county 'n or before the

iz, of iuthcn. (.. :011.1 J.I.I-!: I 14th day of Mar next. then there will be a praratad'stnbuf
$ t $ : s "rgi ; ; Iagno1ia'Galveston.TILL ,
j ; ii-n of the f-jn't In-l nsirfr to saiJ Estate.
liberal
t 'l'!'a f r the very lrtrttflac'
.;ni during tin }-a-t live or..xars>. "1 \ leave Sew Otleansand the various FloiiT I amont the creditor thcrenf. nt which' tim the said
i .. '. .. :> of tl.. .1.! Jams W. DeWitt will apply fyr Li, final discharge
I : .11 i' : > tII prof- 1 ida Ports! i.s fullowiiis Schedule! :
pr
: l ; l : I ( .U! of\"'G:''". sod! I'll' nude! mt-h! (.I Leave New Orleans on the lith; .t-20th.( from tbe_dmini>f rationt: s.iid E.Ute.
manufacturers of IK-ntal MuH-i-: Arrive at I'cpene-da tie 16th k gULI FLU T1IQ J. CHASE Judge of Probale.!

IhMl : enfthle! !hnj to f.ut up n..t: s. Us <.f Leave I'-I.-ae..I., on the ?amc ds. November, 13, 1S5S. 466nCONSUMPTION _. .
F I fresh
I t R n- w 1"'eri\"irg a l:1re 111 supply of -- -- -
the popular niod.S, nt (rein ftg'toI \ Arrive at Apaliclnrt.laon! the 17th lIst or 1st. '
: : i .l.to. ry t iriety .ra, i.I"I kept l I.y Pru giatc.I 35AN OLD INDIAN DOC
: !less than Ja astfdly tl.t.njf'l,for I Leave Apalachieola on the same dajs.t .
I ( S.'tith he Lat InMI". and J 2J. I r i:..j N riis. pit riri.i yyI TOIt. t. C.\S BRANT whiles:
; ( mean: v ) Alri\'e at SL Marks on the IStU : 1t or
: 1 anti others will alwnfind! at tJ. la.Ii.I.ml"t! CURED. Nits'i'narv i sinning the Indians o* 'j
I u
] be .. end a
to
as flt'r.U BEivnn.1. Lese St. Marks (.o the same dave.? .
I ; I I full supply c f (''rtlin. needed in upr lin- and tln I.d.v: M'nit:lie", discovered
: nan lie put up Northr (.utb. I j Arrive at Cedar Kry on the ll'tb I > .f Lie wriice, con, by dropping! A j I Leave Cedar Key 'n tins same day*. I as liberal terms SB they eon b<> had in any Southern lOiSUMPflO I. R.\1( PLANT that proves to
I l '! either: M,iit'ccUj or 'Iad lieJ.. Pin, Aniv at Manatee .\ Tampa the 20tbi&CJ<.ritli. \Lr id. Orders by Mail .;>r otherwice j>f cjptly attended be a c-rtni cure for Coti'utupLi1'n.Br"uciiui' .
tt nnd 5led! %ith tlc: lame forrtetcrss ts if .Asthma Liver C>m-
.. sad time to test it before '
; rnv- Leave Maiiatee Taoijia on the same daya. C1RJ.D.
: srcbacd Customer T. Csli cad plaint,Nervrus Affeetiocs,Cough'.
prson.il: by >
: 1 j Airive \\ Ht the 21ft & 4th or '& ; r
:Key < ti
|I
Celds
t references! given it cleared. i I prompt time l.uv.rt we fort l confident ut 1.11n1'. .te.< Hnvirq; now mid l.isft'r''n"
Leave Key Went ou the Utb and ?Ctb. I
: 1t';$. Co: Aniv '.1 Mii.itce ii Turupa on the IBtL a 2tti. ermine then e tire 'at f..ctiD. Oar 3TQ: JIv curs3 ro U1.I'TOS' Lf'(' Bn'' retired from buMnewi.leerid -.,',
prescription cal

| l : ; A. Shine;"Jr. Leave Arrive 2Janate:tt (..,Iar L Tsi.ipa Key on 011 the the hilt same y. c.
; j L 'a-e CVdar Key on the .-.am : tilt anti will semi his .
i ; ; aiiu will nsnt/! tee p ea Land Arrive at ::. Mails on the 10th & 2JKL. Clcfliieatt i Dye ".. :; Caml*_. it. to a:ci t.COS3IJ3IPTIOX
i l I' (t..re.r1. J.rbl *t.**. of 0 ROC 1-- : 3St. Mark MI the same days. I l'.rf.mwry.'arD*Le'.' Glass Ware, cneloeinp two stamps ((6 cent,) to.
f the return letter with a ,1.! *
pay
3 Arrive atpal.1djicdt on the ICtli A COth. Fne Soap. I Window Glees. CURED. HKinf their Tits '
I MlY.i1r. I M 'iL' KT-'pt symptom
) t ,
j I I Lard. |I Hams, Leave AI'll..d.i.'f.h] on the same day. Fine Tooth and Ilairj Mxcnfacrsred Tobacco, OU Doctor Las ruted more thanCtTIIID
.\rrin.t I Wan-In the 17th .t Slit 1st. .
on or niu h**, !! Patent Vediriaes,
( and Sugar Cured.) Leave Pensaeola the 17th or 31st or 2J. I CONSrYmO'. :000 cat' of t.oe.sxwption AI.t'
>n PaIn liimhe I Fine Havana
: I IM-IUM., j hu arof all lintl*.1| Ct. T.-c, I Sjar, and hopes all 1l1ktetl people will
Arrive New (Oilfan the, ISth & lit 2A
} on rr '
Surgical Instruments Mitliclue ( .
j "
I.
I 1- avail m.rt\e4 cf this
ftrtkli-b needed famihn lPI'Ntuni.
Ueuallj by
TLe GALVLSTON MAGNOLIA will each male Cti1UD.
*. I suited to Pkz.!atiun and Foil die use.tii t". as the lJot'l't.r rkl..a tl do all
I j IVUtnr and for nn extra ti p to A palahic m.HitUy : I. the rode) UfUS lie dks.OovsuMn'ION .
Oni'Tirf -\ -
P1asstiu.I .
; -----
loans I.
I Leave New Oi t n the 6th d 22 I
: \ | 'I !. iiiai.titr "i Dry- GowLs, whkb till Arrive at Apalacl.icoU on the 7th & 23J. PtTIE TVJXES
1 J>av.- .ApalarLict ou the lIlt t 2'tth. 1>. H. .un:., :,. LI\KLY.: D.'. n:1.DEJ
_ 1 :? .-9. I !1 TRED. l' s ;;.1 I'. 0.. New Y.-rk.
j Oct. 1C, IbiS.
tnivc at New Orleans
> l l ( ,!!! .RS'' HOTEL; i DANIEL, LADI, A;eai.Ntwport, Ma.IX : WOODEDDYCO'S: JaJlClrY 1. lt.i'Who is IIyNotice.ls olJ aer.L


: ( j I ---- "pmUr--- 18. !. M i i SL\LE,(! MIjilBEPi; LOTTERIES) .

i : : !: 1a h assee, F1 .ilitJL f .A.GEJSrCY.Eank U I HAKTrKKD: I'.T Till: T!VTE O>' <.KOUCI: A.) t LL person having i-I.ii-ns r.;.ijnst the Estate of .
_4' 1. Amos Lee. tltCraM-l. a* creditoi. legatee ofUmritnitee
I ( : HR v.-uld rl'frt'tfull.illf..nu of Columbus, Ga. ;, Prize *. are bcretiv :1f.t.til.,1 n-id quired to rreII. -
I CnlJi1iI 8 nJGj( !
ti-! IuI) hc"II.ally., that the! D.UnS.. cs-i., .tI.II. '-Ol'j'rc'tr.. .ut ttirIercaR<;!. .\.111lIil\\ l>fiiticated. to the un-
1UTKL! : wi-lle piieil ('! tie tkrn4! l.Exretttor of the last Will and testament of
; : I } : .: >t n'd. He invites. ll.e II.th'uI i' Cash Capital $JOO.(OO 00.0 ,, TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS said (it N'Ii vd. within two years from tin's: date,otheri .
ih
| : lo .-i i'e th.y Tti'.l: 1>. barre; 'nd all those indebted! are
: for their la.cc:Inmotlation.I I Thin Ill..".- ,\froncx' w ill at .. times be 'III| plied xoTiri 1.'o Tin: iTinjcr! I ritjKtotr'd to tn.Ve pavmviit iutmeduUly.

I : ( imlllc.lilt'i..>iiiity of the most ilc lilt Exchange: 'JfIv Y.-k. at current ,tatt ; ;1 \ S tl.e member1 of- cr firm J-.v\\ r.ay ..f prut.V :: JAMES LEEEx'tr. .
: :; 1{( ; ) .::.1->n "f Ihc grants cbartrri-il Man-h 5. IS5!. 10 3mNotice. ,
ted at (;Sold Coin for f-ale.
cr.rn.ht rate
i the Stat f Delaware! 1IIrl1i -- -
by -ft : : *-o'iri. and
) l in ixn i
l : l CKMITS (:.', (up ctair#) ovir tho Store of T. L. Ecttn.Fq .
art ffw.\ in (; ia. i.n.i. the"niarui .
.fM
t.'r r t.t .
t-nii
l i I :
i f K't Nlit -? ">t pleasure, anti i i. u-i'ur M. P. ELLIS, Agust.'I'allalrii.'e 'i I
: I. 'w. Or -gt ury JL M-.r: ...fVi II.ill'I1. Delaware.we. O IX iiirntlis after date the undersigned,adminisO
| : |ii|>oiiitin(n(; for tLe oiijojim-iit. (.t Pc". .1 1'S. .t I -
1 ---- -- -- | have ilcvnifd it xlttJl'lIt; to I } i l I .IFHT) .l 1I1C LI Xl'UY Of Cotton EstfmateI.on : our firm. on unit afti-r January 1st. l.s..9 to that cf, Leon county, (It'CcnMI.'I"ilI pretenf his account and

l On I.l r.Lry. I WOOD. EDDY .t CO. \'I"h.| < *-ll hereafter hue the vouchers to the, Hon. Judge of Probate for Mid county. -

4 : { arc JIODUU TE. THE YKAlfS lx' )-r.9. maii.i: "in.iiit r f the ?r:1rtaea leniy lottery,and and ask fur a discharge from said administration
.ffj: tie ethic r*, as :.l\"c named.In i
D. C. Admt'r.D..ecmber .
WILSON
t j II| C. HOWARD FISIIEK. : IT is proposed that pe..n'ha"ill e..r li i tune in all trauactitn-i \ie have It-avored t>> conduct : !5, 1858. 52-6tn
\-eir own judgment as to the extent of the incoming -
: 31-tf I our business with integrity and promptness and we ---- --
r t -- -
---- crop of cotton for the year ending HIt August c.n assure tlw public that the heretofore :
I -- --- ; patronage
next i. 1859 antI nil others who deposed to Notice.SIX
e. are I bestowed .
on us is well deserting of being transferred I
I risk five dollars will enclose five dollais with their mouths after date the uodersigaed will
House to our succe sors. Very respectfully I pre-
estimate of the to Wm. R. Pcttis, \\ho !
; ; crop Esq S. SWAN A CO. I his final account and voucher to the Ju-Lje
I GEORGIA. I will retain the same unopened till the first of May Augusta,Oa. Dee. 15. 1858. of Probate of Leon county and apply for a final discharge -
I aI'I' next, when he will open them and place the amount4o from the administration on lie Rilatu ">f Martha

4 I his own credit until tbe receipt of the New York WOOD, EDDY $ CO., Managers, I Triplett.. deceased late of Leon 'o.untl. Fla.
: in Albany, the present term- Price'Current and Shipping List published after the ((Signed) THOMAS II. TRIPLKTT.
I Georgia and Florida Railroad is rcceipt-of all -cotton op to the 3Ut August is received *> Successors to S. SWAN Sc CO. February 12. 18:16111

I reception of the b0re,4ie will then p.Y'Yf'r the amount to the I -
PUBLIC. person making the nearest estimate, lees the cost of THE following Scheme srtH l lbe drawn by Woo, Notice.SIX
this advertisement. & Co.. Managers, -of the Sparta Academy .
Furniture are new. The Proprie March It, 1899. 12 Lotteiy in each of tbeir Single Number Lotteries Months after date shall present my final
to
CLASS H0TEL Feather Brushes & Dusters. ,under the superintendence oOsmnsioneis.Class Jefferson county, aa administrator of the Estate
of ANN BAILEY'.Iate: ef said
deceased
attention to the wants of his H Draws county
Saturday, April 2. 1859.Clau
aad a'k for a th'ch rre from Mid tidrninistration.
A FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
*' of the Public. 15 Dram 0
1859.
Saturday, April i.
L H. DURHAM. Proprietor. .1:3: just received and for sale byMYERS Clau 16 Draws Saturday, Aprillt 1859. I JAMES F. CARTER Admt'r.
Oct. 30, 1858. 4GmI
I 22, 18&8. Sl-ly & GORMAN Class 17 Draw Saturday .41'riI23. 1859. ; -

February 26, 1859. 9 'IUl18 Drav* Saturday, AprilZQ,. 1859. I! Notice.SIX .
i I A Card !
( i M"-ntin! after date, I shall final
| Tallahassee & Pen. & Gteo, OX THE PLAN OF SINGLE XUMREKS. present my
i ) 0 and vouchers to the Jlonorable Judgeof

I j' I I T, BLAKE RAIL-ROADS. 50,000 Tickets !! I Probate of Jefferson county.. its :administratrix .f
the Estate of Jesse ;
H i United Slate Land (raMtllan late of raid county,
Office 5,485 PRIZES ,deceased and ak for a dichnrte from said admin
I \ TLA., jJ0 istration. REBECCA GKANTIIAM .
NEAELY ONE PEIZE TO EVEEY NINE TICKEUTS Admfx.OettJO
I. II to act ns AGE for persons 185S. 41CmNotice.
I,: : ,'- hind in the State Land Office,,t MAGX1F1CEXT SCHEME ----- -" -- -

I .H || : : any business, in any of the State I Change of Schedule. TO *E DEAUX EACH SAnKnAT IN APRIL! .

t '1 1if ) Chanrr-t reasonable, and iu 1 Prize uf. OOO, I rlizcllof. .ICIO; OIX Months after the first of
i publication Uiis
] ; time aDd labor 4owcd. ----- 0 .. notice
; ordered mail 1.' .20,000i I ro : ) k th- 1l1)f1..rs1I.lm I l.i-ttltor of the Estate
.f I \ : \\i-a rtt WAN*re RIVEU TIlE Department having a daily ser- "
1" .
ICO .
between Tallahassee and WaUer's Mill 10,000 100 of Leonora 1' Crcn>Law. deceased,Lite of Leon connly.xifil -
,
f
'. J two to live dollars each, in advance. .
1" :1.,101) 100 .
: : I: 5t5 .1 the Train will run on and after the first of January I pre .!.II.il final a"c..unl0.1 voucher to the
I I ':
; I" oJ.C/O : I(O" IW lion.Judijv tiC Probate nf aid and Mk
lt>i:9, as follows: county to be
I JI i I 1" :,000 : 1M O 100 I tiiscai* fd. J. CKOSHAW, Admt'r.
PEELER'S On IlIC Pen. Geo. Railroad
4' :
.
l' : .
I [ 4'T'i'D i Leave Tallahassee daily at..4 P. M. Approximation Pnzen January 8. If 50_ -GIl}

v : OFFICE, Ariive nt Wa.ker' Mill by .. .5.SO P. 3!. 4 Prizes efJ4) appro'g.lo 50,000 prize ere$ .: i ---- Notice.OIX
} : ..\ .\"*.. rT.or.ir. Leave Walkcf Mill; daily at..S A. M. 4 Z(O" 10.00D h,2u0 .

I ( in the Circuit C's'rtnfGalJ.'n, Arrive at Tallahassee by .. .. .9.SO A.M. 4 O" 10,000 1, 00 nw'i.lb after date I tlmll present my final ncO -
.Jeflt-reon and Man. and ,, Croineding it Walker's Mill with Pit Coaches. via 4 M ?25 1.000" 2(0'' count and vouchers to the Ilo- Judge of Probate -
t'I' ; t : 1 }) !<. the collu-tion of notes and sc- Mtiiticrllii to Albany every evening of the week excepting I 4 OO" 4.003" 800 JeflWr-on c"iiTitr, < 'niir.itrator! rf the Es-
; (\>l1uti'jI. Sunday nnd twice a week conneetiiKJ with I .1.t 150 3.COO C.0 I tate ef William! BHa"iv, !late of said county. deewed
: > :! !! !l ; :ie Opiul.ppoJte the door of tie I I C :,'IK*? rum.iJ; to Madison. Alligator, 1'aldunn! and 4 100" l, iOO 4tt&d j and !;k fir a di.'hnr:e from sail adininietra

II't .ib.-<.-. .cloe.u\'iIr 5,00 prizes cf 20 ; ", )>o I ti "" JITll S1MKLNS, Aditfr.Dtcember .

9-1.f : On iJic TitHah'tsfcr: Railroad : -- .. 25. 1 -.:S.GIU:
--- -- --- --- .. -
.. .
J k i Tallahassee 5,455 PiizesarftountinjtoW $1:0.000 ;
: ; ; : ; Court of Leon Co and State Leave daily (except Sunday)
I i I : ; ; .10 .\. \t -otB TICKET ?10; Huns ?5 ; Q\"ItTE1t8 t? I Iyr.A Notice.

.,11 : .. l I i I IT his next 1 i| Masks daily (except Sunday) l>e mont fa any cut Itnirvu*ty'rtctilinj it.-/Jfl I .. & and vouchers t<> th! IIi 11.Judge of Probate
i J 1 :' .,),.r, j ; nt.. . :. 2.15 I' 31. -:,C >:- Jefflnon eimiity. ii* l\t iuivtratiix: of tIe Estate
It \ In Chancery. .Arrive TalLLasaee at. :.?I P. 31. CcrtilJ.atei of Packages 'ill be sold at tLe follow of Jrcae Grantt.ti1.Iltl' <>f ,'-." county deceased,ami

HI Executor, f '' Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrival rates, which i h the ride: ask tar a Ii&cbirce from siid adniiui : 'JW C. I I (.r. anJ wliK-h n-trnis before the departure of the Certificates ci Paclsge of 10 Whole Tkicta. .!80 I' fJKANTHAM.: AJiatx.
I }\ f 1'crD'O"J j Train; and with the, line of Mail Meamers between 10 Half .. .40 December 23. 153. i -GOl
_.
I I I 1 > )ry evidence that James C. Tur N.cI teRn Key West mid Cul.". and intermediate ". 10 Quarter .. 20 --- -- -- .

; t DrfcndanU in the aV>ve stated !I joints on the Gulf arii i.inijat St. Marks,int their way I. 10 llightb 10 I IIn Notice.SIX .

id the limit of the State of Florida to Key West en the IStli ainl lit rr !noJ tOr each ori! rin; Tickets or Ctrtificates. enclose! the | fl\l rtbs after date I slush present my final ac
: : : i : -* I.f the State of GoTijia; it is Month and arriving St. Marks rn their way to money to our address for the Tickets ordered <.n re- j I antI vouchers to the Hon. Jude of Probate
ic and decreed that said Jame C. } New Oilcans rn the 15lh and 20th of each month. Cfij't of which they will be forwarded by Crstiuail I JtBerion county, as .idinim.-tra.ttlr of the Estate tit
t \\ r ( of said c"Liit\. deceased and ask for a
: : cause by the first Monday in June j I \\iil run on tint t'ay to cnniiett.IDVA1W may designate.Ihc discharge from said adnr.imVtmtion.
:. | !; I ] will betaken ','tt cm.ff U l ; be published in sonic new'plp.r i iI Pus 4Szp't.. sent to purchasers immediately after the diMrinjj.jg November 13, J85S. 4G- m

4t 1 i ( I Tallalias for the faiv of Lice January 1, lc.9. 1 ;: Purchasers will please write! their signature --. ---.
said first iu June. nnd their Post Office. and State.
I Monday i i -- -- plain give County Notice.SIX
: : tt CLambots thi T.Ut Jannarv I I SCHEDULE Oi1 TRAINS :2T" Remember-that every Prize n drawn and I .

.T. WATLHS BAKEl .J c.l lie.: :. ON THE payable in full without deduction. months fiom the first publication tins no
: I ( : C. A. BRYAN, Cl'lt. :5?" All prizes of ?1,000 and under paid i met t /, the undersigned! i executrix (.r the last Will
I '. C-I.m:; FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. diately filler the drawing-other prizes at the oJ j I and testament of the late Henry Saxon deceased

: J l : I' time of thirty das.NOTIel'! will present her final account and vouchers to the

I I i jI : Academy 'i A4.d. TO r'oir.r.roADEXTs Judge of Probate of Le .n county, antI uk to be dimiwl. *-
-- _" Tlinse who prefer not sending money by mml fun ELI7.ARETH SAXON Exfr.

I I 1 ;, : : cof'.VTI FLOIII JA. LE.UTES FERXAXDJXA DAILY, u"e litA'Zaiiix Krj.. ('(lI/paTII. whereby iiM>ney November 13, 1b 8.IliGm
: f. Tirkets. in of ?I and be -- -- --- -
.- Of WAUKCENAH AOADE-j 'r sums U, upwards can sent
I I' the sf-r\ires (,f'Mr. SAMIEL 'I (SrXDA YS KXCLPTKl,) us at our risk and expense from any city rr town Notice.SIX .

( of llar.srd C'lcte! and :, ON arrival Steamers from Charleston and Sa where they have an {t1i 'c. The money and order month after the
t t :! : : as piiix-ipal 1 fgr tIe prev ,. connecting nt Callahan with Stage for must be enclosed in "Government Post Ofllee date undersigned surviving
of the Estate of James S.
:4,1 ..A j J.I i i to call the attention of Parent : Trader's Hill and Contrcvillp (;:. ; at Baldwin with stamped (.onl'p"! ,".or the Express Company canuvtrec late of Leon deceased will bb Lion ae-
present
I I the I-:"gh educational advantages I Staire for Tallahassee ; at Tiad Bridge with :*ae eoimt and vouchers to the Hon. of Probate for
Judge
r I : ] : ,. by this Institution fur the iii- i for Middltburg ; and at Starke with Stages fcr New- All communications strictly( confidential.
said toad ask for a discharge from Mid ad
tl. f | j (.f both lien!. j nausvillc, Giui.svilla.: Micnnopy Flcmit tee, and Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to I ministration.county D.C. WILSON
11 ) t will be divided into three : Ocala.
In !{. year WOOD. EDDY & CO. Augusta Georgia.cr Dec. 25, 1858. 62- m Surviving Adt
j LEAVE Starke (tbily (Sundays excepted,) on arrival -
III II January 17 to April 15. ci Stages, and! connecting at Fcrnandina ithStcatiKH WOOD EDDY A CO., Atlanta Georgia.or .

i 1 trom April 25 to July ?'.'. for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday WOOD EDDY: A CO. Wilmington, Del. Notice..

F St'pt. 25 t to December ::. I Tuesday Wednesday and F,iday. tF A h' of the number that are drawn from SIX months after date I chaR present my final
!t of all the classes will be I A. II. COLS Sup't. the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate
I .j d every t fII1.I _May_I, 18 S. 18Dwelling ore entitled to. will be rmbhthed after every draw- ,Jefferson count u administrator of the Ei-
] in?, in the following: papers: Augusta' (Ceo) Con- tat. of Hartwell WatLioj. late of said eonaty. deceased
; OF IX:TIlf4 1IOX :
: I for Sale I 8titutionllii"t. New Orleans Delta Mobile Register and ask for a discharge from taid adroinutra-
14 : . . .* C I.y
: Crtpcrterm. II E well known residence of the Charloston Standard! Nathville Gazette Atlanta IDtelligencer. tion. WM. Vf. HEIR, Admt'r.January .
( ) i (, (fin-t year). 10 00 per teitn. T subscriber situated on the 200 foot .:.'. I New York Weekly Day Book Savannah 8, 1859. S-tm
: l (after first). 13 00 per term street is new offered for sale-hernia below. :: : Morning News, Richmond Dispatch New York Dis-
,
., .. 16 00 term.
per Paulding Miss Clarion and Little Rock
i The house coutama 5 rooms with i patch ( ) Notice.ALL .
to those in Acadmic Course
i l' I I a large basement dining-room and U cue ot the most (Ark,) True Democrat. persons i indebted to the administrator of the
Nov. H. 1857.
comfortable the 48-lj
1 dwellings 10 city.A
Cade Godbold Call
to
Fnel 25 to 50 cents per term. are hereby requested
.' families from 18 00 to $10 00 per panter: retnorir g to the city for the tdutation MILES NASH & CO. immediaUly aad settle at the office of
,; children, will fiad it a desirable residence. 'A.?. AMAKER.

: customary English breathe. Io R.H.BERRY Agent Dealers in Drug, M .Icinei, A.C. October 29,1858. 43

f in Book the bibber TERMS-Price $8500 ooe.haifcash, the balance received from New Yerk per bark R.H.Gam-
keeping and 3 8 cent with JUST
1,2 credit interest mortgage
Latin Greek French and Span. years a geoerml assortment of articles in our line Notice.SIX .
I i for admission should be made to on property. such aa Oils of almott rery kind Earning Fluid
JOHN A. EDWARDS -February It. 1889. 7 White Lead Zinc and other paints Window Clan of month after date, th. undersigned will pre

I 11: Secr Board of Trustee. FISK'S PATENT MfiTAUGBUEIAL beat quality, Pntty Bmahea Potash Soda. Sparkling their final account and vouchers to the Hon.Jvdge .
I 5-3m GelaUoo London Mustard French Brandy(very beat,) of Probate of Leon county and ask to be di.
, \:I t CASES medicinal porpotea, Spieea Pepper. Lemoo Syrup, mined from the further administration .>f the Estate e
I l & FORK Inks Quinine Pernviaa .Fluid Extract Bocba, of Lvwet Green deceased late of said county. '

t / ; A&,A&,and a general aMortment of Popular Patent JOB DUGGAR. AdmtV.ELCY t
Medicine We keep none bat the very best and GREEN Admfz.

.1 < hope to merit yonrp.troaage.MILES January 1659.6m

: it NASH & CO.
, f i March U, 1M. 18 a Notice.SIX
i et SALT. .
I : Rottmod Fm W-Latest Patent,)} will
SYRUP and PORK BARRELS months after date, the undersigned pre-
t .M i Auo CM All-near Aim nrnxanraucnxtx. BLAGK-SMlTliJLK his final account* and vouchers to the Judge
West
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r I' i: LADD3 Newport P1 A SUPPLY of all sixes kept constantly on band r i>ini undersigned baa resumed work of Probate Leon county *s administrator on the
Jt; I 47 Lt by T.J. BAWLS, Undertaker JL intownandbaopeoedaSlxpinthe estate of Stephen Minton; deceased late of said

k -( yovetnber to,lU8. 4'1. same building with fro Kuhn's Carriage _ county and ask to be did a'tred therefrom.
I- t Shop, opposite the Exchange, where all kinds JOS.JOHN WILLIAMS, Adm'r.
I3J cJ-r 1868..A.
' :.j1 i;. i of Black-smithing will be done with neatness and March 12. 1859. 116mNotice.
I OF TUX MOST DXStRABLS ASeOKTME OF despatch. He can refer with confidence to those -- -
'r I who have patronized him heretofore for the characterof .
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I Exchange Bank FRESH GARDEN SEEDS his work. FRANCIS PAYNE. LL persons 'Laving demands against the estate
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( : CHARLESTON. Warranted Growth of 1858! January _. A1 of Benjamin Manning deceased, late of Leon
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11 'JUi; "SUPERIORBURNING county, are required to preterit them properly antbcnticated -
: ESE SEED are procured from a cold climate
., I ON NEW YORK, NEW T to the administrator within the time prescribed
UC and will! flirarish the better in
j ] CHARLESTON, I I I I warner one like consequently ours. a FLUID : by law, or they will be barred; and all those

I SALE. :'I. :::5f Call early or send your orders, that you may \TrAKREXTED FRESH. For sale at the Drug I indebted are requested to make M.MANNING.pay rntut immediately.A. Adm'r. .

I t 1 A. DESHA. .Acnt. i I' bet 1 tile varieties desired AMES A LIVELY.JanuarrP. W gu>r of BARNARD. I, March 1g. to8w.4 '

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