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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 23, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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GALLIE, The Under Dog Intbe Fleltt.BT What "Didn't Think" Did.---- - Toilet -- .
Poison V.\Lt"E OF IhAIf OLDES
I PATID .'..: O TIMES.-In
t DEALER IN Inow llmt the uorld that the great Lig, w"}. Opening the Joor of a fien,! >i's !bo9*e one If ladies who are accustomed to use the advertised !- i the days of Jack Cade few could read, except

: : I }'roin I he ]I\n 4int up tu the Ling, day, I made n y way through the entry to a cosmetics of the day were aware ol I those Who Were actually in orders, or dtft a-

PROVISIONS I Has And a:!different tale from tIe{' talc' I tf'n. small back piazza, where Ned, the only eon, the ingredients of which many of these "aidsto I ted for that purpose ; so that i if a person was _
-AXfI- different song to iIn;; was crying bittetly.'a ( beauty are corn; osed they would think : arraigned before a temporal jucge for' any

: : I.Y E.VERAL. I But for '"e-and I care not a urgle fig Ab, Ned', what's the matter boy?" Moth. I twice before they applied them. Tbe basis i crime (the punishment[ wnercof was death) h.

) 1868. 46 If tlacj say t ay wng or am r1ft.'. er won't let me g. fishing. Harry and Dick of nearly all the powder warranted fo impart I might pray bis clergy ; tb&t88, to bar; rt
I thai! always go for the fcrtjbr dug, and Tom are goiig down the harbor and I I brilliancy! to the complexion, is a preparationof Latin Bible in a black Gothic character de.

For the under dog in the fight want lo go. Father ain't willing but I want lead-in other words a deadly poison. livered to him ; and if be could read a passage

i GARDEN 8EED I In'w that the world, that the great, big world to go" Here Nel kicked his toes angrily Pearl) White, and Lily White are very pretty f'I where the judge appointed r. which :generally

Will ncreV a moment flop against the post, t to (the great danger of his names, bnt the stuff itself is eminently delete was in t"ie Psalms,tbe ordinary or his deputy,

I ::. of 1858. To But see will which tliout dog for may the be dr in fault new boots. rious. The same may be said of seveneighthsof who stood near said legit ut'clericus, that fs;

I II I >g on top. Ah, whose little dog is this '" I asked as the liquid beautifier" All of them, in.. he could read like a clerk or sthblar, and the

J j DROPS But, ft r ,",, I never thall) pause to ak A little brown spaniel came bounding up the eluding even the most 1 harmless are snppres. criminal waj Hoo/jittetl as being a man of
) Which, dog may be in the right garden walk.II It'g mine" cried Ned in an sive in their operation. When applied to an learning, whd bight therefore be useful to tho
Fur tuy heart trill brat, while it beats at all
: FLAVORS For the sutler dog in the fight) altered tone. Didn't you know I had one I" irritated surface, they inevitably drive in the public ; if, howeverhe couU hot read, ho
: No indeed. What a fine little f'Uow-! : .inflamatory virus, which nature is endeavoring : suffered death. ThU? pntiegeUS! granted

AM COLDS Perchance what I've Mid I had better not said, Where did you get him Ned !I" Father to throw off in a legitimate way The result all offences, except high treason and sa ri. _
tIle Daic STO&E cf Or 'twere Letter I had said it Incog; bought him for me. He's so knowing and I i U that internal and? dangerous inflammation is lege, until after the year 1530; and it was to
nut with heart and with glass filled chock to the
f EDWARD BARNARD, J.. brim, teach him lots of things. See him find my not nnfreqaently substituted for a harmless such an extent, that if a criminal was con-

) '. 18_ ,_1858.: ____61_ lie.', a health to the bottom dog. jackknife ;"and Ned, wiping away his tears, rash. Few of the popular hair washes /mil H6m4nd'&rgwt7 d1n1l-difi-m1f t
i threw hU knife into the clover. "There Way | 1 hair dyes innocuous. A II1. Potion
GALLIE'S, PAIRED, NOT MATCHED."-Hood's hu- said he, "now go and find my knife." W"a'g ot tine lormer are are impregnated with either at that time, or even tinder the galow'stree !

CASH STORE morons lyric with this title is curious and plunged iuto the grass and after & great deal des, all the latter contains sugar of lead, or and it be could then read he was pardon

large and extensive n-sol linen ef seldom cjuotcd j smelling and wagging, he came triumph I nitrate of silver, or both. The astringent ed, of which there was an instance in the

) IUD W..ur. Of wedded bliss nliuidirirgamifS forth, Knife iu mouth, and brought it to I: lotions which, under a variety of attractivenames I II reign 9f Queen" Klizabeth.! -Skaitpeare! a

I : : Houow WARE, I his: young master. Give it to him," said I find their way to the dressingrooms I Lawyer. _

Qn INS WACE. I cannut make A song sit it; Ned, poht.ng to me ; ard Wag laid it at my : of itdies of fashion, are cheats and deceptions.Their NoisEs iv THE SICK ROOM.-It is extraordinary S

) I I Ci.Tt LHV, .My For wife I am U email tall I feet. This i is a knife worth having," said) I ; ultimate ffiect, if used for any considerable how many persons, unused to the sickroom

c, E : I E 3 And tlmt' the tLort and :cf it \: "Jour l.hJ s. 'Tis a real one," said Ned ; length of time, is to pucker and "hilE'nt I f mistake! certain noises for quiet. When

I I .' | AtrIV| .RI. 'IJlII. I fattier gave it to mo on r.iy birthday ; and the skin, spo.l. its tetture, and! produce an such peo It have to ttdlk a5ro, the rO'U1 J
I I : &COT(11VIIISXEY.. "When we .1.Late ho gave mo a splindid box of tools too.- appearance of premature old! ngl'11! dry they do so with? a 'balancing sort of movement

I .! \ .\ d\- .(:' .i!!U OATS, is railages To It i la my tie tit**, Ned looked brightly up, und, quite: forgot Mscniu and seifli-solid cosmetics clog up the poresanti that makes every plank creak uneasily. Their
&l\\'al" ba\e .111
1 !'II-1 I -xv tie 1'aclvajje. 11 rung ; tho
from
I lilt natural
check
evaporation
I Fur I : dress rattles in a that would make
I :: i iw !.j- am : very way
i And i-he i in tall, Let me think," said I. Was it this knife cut Itce, if they do i nothing worse. Avoid the fortune of a rattle'-snake. If anything has

{ I And tltat' t!::. tl.nrt and long of itMi I that you hurt your foot so with !" U, no," I them all. The best bcantilicrs of tho com- '- to ho said.il i is ?pyke in a loud! whirring

1 : ; HOTEL.. (tfff:: FJ-t "ime tea ':I cried Net?, .* that wa done with an axe ; but pl.vxioii are air, exercise, pure w..tcr nrl 'm- 'I.I ttlii-per, that conceals (lie words, but nnkiyt

; ; 1 "I- ;: t I The* ...ke.--f t-a., I II'\( "dt well now:* "Whit curC'11011 to I imdicsic-J *aap. If these! Ml', the skill and the meat irritatiiig of nois>e*. Now, the *:-

'- L. .DEKILLY, I .\11.1 tuke' the 11 b -.tlcL..r.. ofit |il 'c-on"! I wasafraM you would l be Ilhili{' all [ rsportince ol a got.d |-.htMciin: may [n-rbaps; I i I lence ofas-ick loom must not be laboitd-it
lkc.'tfuI.\.! i.ifmi U.-: }'uie! tltat Le t Fi.r I Oft Tal. I the 'I'riutr d'', it:1< mother nun- do Eotmlhing for "clouded\ luulinfss.:' !I nnut bo natural. Shoes that do not creak
1 U CITY JUTEL! ( Mwn the .
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i ) will Uiuclat, mi the tir t i-f And *h' is ttill. I I I in;, the doctor say*. \luthcr und t father !...kj -!.** I i mutt be worn, and) in walking, the foot nnitbo
>; j I i "!; .-xtiti.tu will l.1? nd I t.give Aud UMU. the khvrt and lung of it. i j i all the care of [.\*. I t"a* u.il !low I.MUD i\ltaujtion: of Talk. .; put down carefully of coarse, bat with a

1 : ail wio tilt)| itrouue Lilli.I Arain'f t my Kf-- I(I staying: in the house so ; but mother usoil to. How long the lamp of comcrsali I.. Ids ;1 firm step, that comes gently, yet stt'adilroll

: __ 17 :lie'U takee knife, I i j I leave her work and I read to m<. and t'.t; liter: j out lo burn ijt.ttvi.vu two petetuii only! is cuI j I the florr. This will not make the creaking
Or lurk, and Jart the r>r,>ng vfit ; II j i fetnyetl \\.5ti! ne nights! ; so I got aloi: g nice I riou-ly set dov. in tho fllIlowilJg l'assa-4 j! sound) canned by the too-pointed ginger)

fiffil? House, .For L.id.lie I atll i.'riau la1.. I I I.),." By sour own i-tnry, I iauM think 1!i iI from Count (.;nf.iUioi'.ier's[ account of his impitioununt j t, mode of movement so much adopted by those

1: ,JJ.Jl I: G Eon G !A. Ant that's the sVrt! and k nff of it : I I you l-atl very kind parents, Nod. The l.oy i' : "lii'ti ..uc.irs I cxi-led in a iduiiyton I whose experience of sick rooms is smalL-
: ------m-------- :, looked down on the floor anti a slight pout : ten feet wiiiare' During tl\ years II |I The dress must be? made of sonio noisele'S

} ;' :-. in -.\llut\ ., tbo ,refill t. rm- Fr DI the) liuliiiioud (\"..) Index.npy : j jI puckered his .Ii p. I suppose there are nutiewho hula roKipaition ; during nine I was alone j I i material, wool or cotton ; Hk must be avoided
,
\\ hare jour interest and bappincsa &) I corlil! iisjhtly! tiugui.-h i the fsc of for it squeaks with moxemenf. In
: !.r'i.i j.n-l t J loril j Kailr-tut: i* j v from jl.e 1/aitimoro; Patriot die i never I every
; r.'rt |!ti Pt'HLTC. I' ; | 'Ii Hut I want to go li>hiiif : mnttt'rrtl Nod.mi ?. .. txriliiibt; of our cdJ. 'Piefirst year Wt' talked I I slightly ra'sni! and tho word*, instead of being

: \ Funuture e :,.". TLe I refine-- Cock% as the author! of the "ColIslil tion1 .\ can't you trust them Ned, anti cor- j :tcl'isanll.totl'lher! ; \tiulated; our last 1 hi-H'd.:5? in whi'pering should be clipped[

!! l to make it a i History of Iho United t&te"-a work with; 'II ii.ilv! : !'. aciniesce in thtir wishes ? \ouin.iy I!' lives, our joys fur ever gone, over and over I'I short! arid cut ditictly. By this means, tho

CL_I.V.V HOTEL I hich the reader: 1 iJ already! familiar.! Tho ': not< indeed ico or feel the force ot thtir objve- [i again. 'I lu* n.:.t vent w-e comniunicated to' I II I person spoken to will hear what is said while.

n'Ni.On' ; to tl.iaits, if Iis '! author ('fihe eotnniendatorv! notice: ,'31r. Par-! : lions to going, hut fr..ni nil:: .tour experience 'J each other our thought! and ideas on all snbjocts. 'I the I least possible sound accompai-es the
: ,tr<'m:-> ..'tl <' FulnV.; i in their kindness anti wisdom! arc von not Tin third tear w e had no ideas to i I' word.-liasirclls Cure o//V S'tVl.
?: I.. II. DVKUAM; Tr-pmtor. t hill: is well kuotvil in Ilichmond anJ its \icin I I :
that \vouM not kites to lCJH' the
sure they cro!> v.'ur' wi communicate ; wn'n' bejiinning i
:-. .".'. 1.-;'*. 21-ly I its as .1 conllernan of fine talents and attainI : LntK.Mvo AM \ .-The learned
i I
without good reasons for tloinz so i ,\iulsurroundtd power of itllfctijn. 1 L'J fourth, at t the interval I j
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: :I" ( l.o bating rxsidt-d this for I month, .* would! man is only useful to the Ieaind; tluwi"e' a
& MEL I ; m-ar city as rOil are by so many proofs cf of a or s wi opm ourlips ,
? ; p their low will sit here and I'' k other if it that i man is equally; usrfnl) to tho wise and the!
each I ItlewoiM
aul
.j se\cial year?. He-is now engaged in the jou murmur to a' were possible
I! C 1 !ION r MERCHANTS/ j practice! of his profession, (the Law,) in Hal. ;i ii cry, l1l.1 l fill jour heart with angry and stub I : went 01133 gay ami bitatlitig a ',I sinpli The merely learned man has notelevated
hs? m.'nd! above that of others Iiirfi
.'..)'111':. In'c't, j hot n thoughts against them because of this: whene formed' a portion of mankind.: The j j I ;
: J LTLT. i timoro. 'llio sketch! ol' Fiiikney., upon wLicli; j i one| HUb! dc'i'al! of Jour w..pt f I Is not thisii I fifth we'r silent. The sixth he was taken i I i ij judgments! arc not more J penetrating, his re.

If -4.arrr.it 'I 11. Pi.Vliiir,< rcinaiLs ate r1uC'. Las Luonj poor and nj rnrful! ix-tui, :i for all tl.ttr! j A":ny-1 ii"fr Knew V..hvre. to ex'-cut'on or mark not morn iMirnte. nor Isis. actions mort-

TO t j pi;USshcd only) in the ladn ; the secord01" I kindiH ? It is little enough that a child libeity. hut I w.-o gt.HLhen I.e was gone ; i beautiful than those of o'Jicrs. It Is wholly

.r can do for a parent, but tl.nt little he 1, solitude was better than tin. pale: t.ic.tt.t t different with the wife man ; bo moves far
'I Pt-rViri Co, T.!:la! at ce, Fl.u u.c C :Ur. Ccckc's C'nnititutional IlisJory, ought even ,
: C... Q Iah.'y. for \\!Lich iho said; t.1... :dl U prepared not t i I not tn do most cheerfully ? I suppose the j face. One day (it must have Lieu a Jl:1r ortvo above} the common l kIte?, be obt-vftts cverythi.ijr -
< I TalfJi-r !.nlirno, let ** club? th&! : fl\ltIl different point of i tiew ; in I bis
IT retr a can mnko to parents, i U a 1! after my companion tIle,) dungeon
I : n-i.Uni, fit. il-.i:i, having. Jet been Usuid trehi the prc s. The I cCnJial acquiescence in their wishes. How door was opened, whence proceeding I knew I employmenttheie ;is always an aim, in his

) )d..r.!.i 1 Ortri-ill, K..cpt Atlanta, Got" first volume has been out (for some time and I small that seems. And will you'jrudge giving not, the following words were uttered :_" By skwsilu:\s Ii fieeiloru and all with Lint i is

I : t Co, TLomasvi'Je, has beEn.11 received ; and the second and I that, Ned I" order of his Imperial Majesty, I intimate to above the common It'\.cl.-Jt'llJll'aulll cMrr.

} 5 :'JS-ly): last will, as we understand, appear shortly : Ned looked sober. Tears started in his\ yon that your wife died a year ago." Then DRY who .
f -- ----- O, sir said he I didn'tthink tho door shut and I heard Ewnm.I'oorlJillt: xt was
|I eyes.. humbly. i was no more ; they
J BILTIMORF, Marth i, 18ju'Jlr not much of the
I & AnIAKER a pulpit{ orator came into
of all this-I didn't think of It. had but flung this great agony upon me, and 1
; EttiIrThe sketch of chapel one day, drl'nct.etlith rain, and said
the
subjoined 'i "
Didn't think
is at the bottom of a left me alone with it"Ghost
great
& COUNSELLORS II on. William 1'inkney, of Marel.tnd, is taken deal of oar ingratitude murmuring against to brother" who _stood! !by, as be fchook arid 1

r"A. LA."VV", from a work recently published hy W m. A. both our earthly parents and heavenly: Father. Stories. I brushed and wiped his clothes, I shall certainly -

) l .1 co-partnership in tLe practice of Cocke, Esq., of Virginia entitled the "Con -Child's Paper. take cold if I go into the pulpit so wet."
stitutional the United States." There is a foolish and pernicious practice Oh no, won't" the "
attend to any profcssiuual busi- llislory of jou was reply, you aro
e their : : 1 . .PEltRy AMAKER. with which the entire work is written. While children to excite alarm and terror. If it was

__ __ 18_ the sentences: are short they are pregnant When quite a small boy like most other only foolish and unreasoi.able, it might not UKAFINC COAL*.-.\ story is told of a doctor

Cabell with matter, and graphic! In narrative ; reminding youths, I had a great inclination to attend all justly call forth strong expressions of censure. in the goodly town of B., not a hundred

C. the redder, forcibly, of the Old English the shows, circusset, negro-dances, concerts Yet even in such case the practice had better miles from Vermont. The doctor constantly
I 61 Lq.vv-" EE! .writers Addison's times. It be etc., that came along. On one occasion I be discontinued and condemned as quite im missed wood from big pile, and set watch.-

.\ FLA. called, pre-eminently beat style history.may was very much amused at the wit of the proper. Stories to arouse curiosity and excite As was expected it proved to be th& workof

2 It carries, with its very simplicity, the evi. clown, who was convulsing the Crowd with inquiry, if the subjects tend to utility are a near neighbor, who soon appeared, and _
) dence of truth and is thb real impersonationof his grotesque appearance an'd witty sayings. certainly proper and commendable. But the carefully culling but all dry wood, started offwith
After while he said the tales of Blue Beard and of an armful. The docf
INSURANCE. unpretending dignity. It has tie ring of a something crowd common giahts, tr hastily gathered
did not consider '* and whichno and } injuriousin I an armful of green wood and followed
genuine metal, and the mellow "wine of very funny, at spectres ghosts, are extremely up ,
--- The late eminent historian, Wm. H. age.Prescott one laughed, when a drunken man. no their influence and effects. Unfobnded tugging as fast as he could, and just as the

FIRE I KSUmCE COJP1XY. excellent in this style, and much of the longer able to hold his tongue, cried You and absurd notions arc received that servo only man threw down his armful, tho doctor did _ _

COMPANY, Attractiveness of his historical Work? is owing are a fool." True," responded the clown, to terrify and which, even by correct tho same; exclaiming There you must burn

IIAKTFOUD, CONN. to (he dress ol thfc pure vernacular. It is "and so are you ; the only difference between knowledge. afterward received! cannot be entirely green wood part 01 the time-I have to," and

$100,000,000 00. the very reverse of the involved and pompons us is, I am a fool) for money, and you are a subdued br eradicated. It is in vain to departed leaving the thief to his reflections.A .

M. P. ELLIS, Agent sentences of Lord Macanlay, which unroll fool for nothing. reason against them, or to oppose to them
1 )) ( 4,1828. 49 their rhetorical length, like glittering folds Though quite young the repf, of the clown the knowledge derived from natural philosophy BEAUTIFUL ISCIDEUT. naval officer
: of We made a deep impression upon my mind, and and {lil sciences. I have known men of being at sea in a storm his wife who was set- .
remindedof
:,. 1'IOTICE. a serpent. and ceremonies are constantly utid I determined to profit by it In after-life, I great learning who were riifftole to ret rid of ling in the cabin near him aod filled tt ith aIa"rm .
big wigs : royalty
-- have generally found that it required more early but unreasonable fears, produced in for the safety of the vessel was so sar-
starts, with becoming state through be courtly
fools than to the illiterate prized &i his serenity and composure that she
Willis. I diction. In contrast, Mr. Cocke's style one tarry bn successfully what childhood by stories of nurses or
cried
we readily condemn as foolish. parents, and who are always occasionally under out,
in JttTcrtnn county, one half may be called republican in its parity and Now whenever I see large placards stuck their unhappy influence, though their so "My dear are you not afraid? How is it pos
: 1 of Mr. ItradenXonSl) Augu unpretending dignity and, as such is especial "
sible be calm in such
I Professional services to tbe all up, announcing the arrival of strange animals judgment told them" they were fictitious. you can so a storm !
: ur- ly appropriate to subjects appertaining to
He rose from his chair dashed it to the duck
The unrivalled circus, wonderful attraction Let children be taught that the great Creator ,
1! 2 American history. author too happily, ," etc.! I invariably think of the say has impressed law off all things, which operate drew his sword and pointing it to the breast _ _
through choice, cr because it is natural l to him, .
---- --- ing of the clown, "I am a fool for money, nniformJy, and that they are in safety of his wife exclaimed :
adopted this admirable vehicle for his.matter. _ _
) i I & McClellan, The structure of the work makes manifest and you are a fool for nothing," and stay tvhen! they behave well. They should be Are you afraidj" _

a't Ln."O'O", that the "Iitcidas pr<7o"\\as ever in away. There is generally but ono clown, taught that ghosts and Apparition. are wholly She immediately answered No.
( present but of the ethers. I fanciful that all the they need guard Wby t said the ufllccii i
a spectres
t: L TUI.: c i 111 CJ WEST FLOCir the writer's mind', J n.1 the matter is great many
conscpucntly Because the tub I know this sword
; )1 I When I see advertised in (the papers.Itspren.! against are guilty fears ; and if they arc virtuous rejoined
: !.U OT.\ AM \: \\\ disposed If'Airnll-'ellts succeeding .
is in the band of husband and he loves _ _
did schemes thousand dollar these wi'l' never haunt them nor ever my
ixty ,
lottery
: .... .
J T MtlLLlXAX, Msnann each other with hi tniic.il in '
well .
accuracy to3 to hurt
; me me.
inducements almost exist. Emerson.No .
to
prizes, "great buy, -
i sta'empr.t! and limp. To have '
i accompli-hcd I Then said he I know in whom I believe
L ceitiin of a prize,"etc., I think of the clown's _ _
I I & Co. this so successfully, there is manifest great re. two fooN, and how many buy while but one DotJl'r.-Therc is an Eastern story ofa atid that be who holds the winds in his fist _ _
Orlopp E(trch! over a wide! field and ((0 the i iI
np yerv | sills and) excuse myself from buying a ticket. I person who taught his parrot to repeat only and the waters in the hollow of his band i ilf

: : W \' iut IX I fcurces of authority:: nfercnres to which are I One ,' is a fool for money," and the other is {I these words : What doubt is there of that I" my father. _ _
: i I made! at (tho lower margin of the lodI
FL\E CLTLERY page fool for notlii-ig." He carded it to market for sale fixing the I
l the rf the! a Time, the most of all possessions
elronr.lojv: event mniked on the precious ,
PISTOLS tSr.. I asked!
4c. at 100 .\ Mogul the
I : price parrot
Mi de- rupees.
When a fpleniliJ saloon
: ( w
I tide1 in. I this featuic of paa is commonly tho I least prized. It ii, liko
Pi. frrt Xv York.I'.OHKKT mar regard as great Are worth 100 ?f' The _______
rl t cad.i s of sparking: wines and brandies set : you rupees ______
I II health when tat improved
: ELLIS. talui? ii: facilitating furlhor inte.tigation 113 answered "whai doult is there of regretted gonE',- rarely _ _
I around in t th! 1I.I"t wihmiHng parrot :
:
.. inviting: manner, when We know it is irrecoverable
tho student
Doth j -
MAX A. ORLOP1. JJl, or ctat sman. of those classes I and present.
*. [ clerk-i ready to I land you a gtasc' ," that Tbo Mogul was delighted, bought throw it
THOMAS 1 ELLIS. ,
of our governing men should not be with yet wantonly away. _ _
the bird. He found cut that this
I j' I am sure tj tii-ik! "tliere is a fool for money, soon was We know it fleet fail the
is to tatch ,
:_ ____ out a cop of thi* \daable work in their li I all it could Ashamed of bis bar ; yet cur
and the doludfd wretches crowd around say. now
as rent tnomeut. It is tbe : : of life and
\ .NOTICE. brary. space ; _ _
he said himself" I fool to buy
the these fools for gain to was a
: The counter are nothing. while we never properly its limits we
: i! i author of the "C nstitu cl1:11 IIi tory" this bird." The exclaimed usual occupy
WhenI bear of divine" parrot as :
I I some women going nevertheless murmur at their narrowness.
i H. M. Gardner : is personally known to the writer to be a "
What doubt u of thatrTECSK
about Italian and) there
I gcntkni.li intense patriotism cultivated intellect singing songs, men paying It is the field exertion, and while we continually
.1 at "LLOYD." offers his PP.O- I hundred dollars '
from two to ten a night
l
leave it fallov.'we sorrow over
i and! labor.' As yet
I patient conclusive cv- PlTuy.-D- the
n,Lit to the Citizens of theplaco A>D Abernetby
f hear and when cannot
>r seats to they understar.d tinted harvest.
ill DCO of the justness ot this (encomium his I displeased our
country. celebrated physician was never more -
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; O word of it, I think of the two ? -:
. 41 rresetttork bears'witness-tLo product!' n I foot.;"' DJ keep l)mon y'in my pocket. than by bearing a patient detail a Love facilitates duty ; it is like .wings to
1 ----- ---. of several years .of unremitting inclustiy and I long,account.troubles.! A woman, know.
In sHoifj; sir, whenever any unusual at : the bird, like saikto the $hfr( >VJt carries, tho .
i careful thought. Such bc-olcsliai'e value love, tim
Hamlen a of laconic having
| Abcrnetliy's W
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tra t oil: "rare chances for speculation soul oa swiftly and cheerfully oar way to
;' } beyond the passing time.'nndtill be classedby f .any burned her hand said A born." A poultice '
,
MERCHANT, the! student with his offers 1 suspect at once, that if I take hold glory. Love is vigorous as .tt1 ll as active;
answered the
possrssions. learned doctor.-
) : : : permanent I of it there will be another fool at the other quietly despisatb dangerit tramples on difficulties ;
Xe\v Oilcan. I _
iVras Jt. "
J J0 If space permitted, I should ba glad (u go into The next day she returned and said," Better.
I l I I J end, and so:I Iet.it alone-Chris. Adrocate. like a mighty torrent, it carriesall before it.Watson. _
., extended of but .
:m critique this work ; can Continue the poultice, replied Dr. Abernctliy. -_ _
E. "'. I only leave the reader with the following extract I C 7- You would be very pretty indeed lu a week she made her last call, .
}T:n. He. I1A. : ; giving the hint "fx jtfde llcreulem." I and her speech was lengthened to three words -
: : : ) said a gentleman patronizingly to a young OCT There is a man oat West 10 forgetful
: i..1 F q, l j. XcTTrort -!. Joii:'; H PARKHILL. lady, "if your eyes were only a little larger." WelL Your fee I" "Nothing" said the of faces that his wife is compelled to keep n

: i 1.s.I') ) Fix '. t'"My ejeartnay be very small, sir, but such physician ; you are the most sensible womanI wafer stack: on the end of ben- nose, that be 4
.1 Juiiioy Pt 'JThellev. Dr. C. of Boston don't fill them." ever saw." her ( ladies but
1 (; j il.'y, JetTcrw-n e nlr. Ha. :& )[ people as joa may distinguish rom other ;
E-.t.t M..U#'.! Ha. said! oncu in answer to ratherA, pert young this does not prevent him from making occasional t
I *, r: J. CoJar K,\*. Fix : gentleman who asked him **pra y Doctor j jv.hat 03r Miss',Caroline McCain 18 years of MR. Bccii\ 4? 'S Vwrr TO CHAPEL HILL. mistakes. ,
|". Ilitiul.luti: cuuiily }'A. i U tho ditTerencu U-hreen the puscyism I age' committed suicide _in Jefferson Michigan The Warreuton Newt informed, by a gentleman I.Coleridge- -

: : : 1'li: < .. I .n.'o; I"\./I\. Gc u. they talk s t moch about and, puppyism !'I i on the XLth .olt, !>/ swallowing strychnine. from-Washington, that Mr. Buchananwill observes that some men are liko

J : .''|1"UwtUuucfcntille.:, J Gea .. Pujj 'yUin, sir, i., fojudcd. on tfojir.ati, J JUid The act teas attributed to religious certainly present *J. tbe commence_' musical gluus-to produce their.finest tone'
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I1l__ _I;. ....._". : -..-..: .. ._ ." .- -'t.tg't ,.: -- ': ." .' :- -.."" -". -- -- _._ Tex a*. -- Military prepniiitionsebnticuC nt Paris.- rnsParis

for:/* }-loridii o.: ,Teasraua!. -
-rii, Ietidi XtlU irVU U. L 1 ir-.C4 The Stone Mountain (Ga.) JitdrjtHdcnt Las a correspondent Bour cluttd firm st 65.50.
f-i t llrnaL t rI' ; i.; ,: N.t A1.r-ie' Jkl'n.: h, ,',' Mess-a' : In issue of week, 1
your 1t
I f..rl EI"I.
jJf illt\: lUfiro ;uw> those : wM who thus speaks of Texas :
I : n' of ii.e. iuXttilous I Li-its' "'J the *.. in Ltu.gir.g notice a COlulicati'l over the signature of '''Jef ClTX M.tTIEIiLyaw II
I w ill be aunoanced at an early dAte For the pres cy .: : A t-rmer in Texas would Lave to be limited

_' _._ .. ...r'_ .'." ; the is conducted'ur.der the management I on a commercial crIsis\" save' : ferson," addressed to the tx-I.nyer e>f Leon cud greatly bodily strength if he could cot withfl Ye>\priI13.-Th '\ew York Herald

A. L 1. J. 11 J. f t. 1 : d 4&t Mr. pal'e: A. Papy." When one third (-f the iii,
1 hang ofte-thii'l! I i-f thtir f\rttcpl: the L'.ee man ing tax payers" in Leon county, I f a deep in tw ctv-fi\e acre of land each of which would qsmber of Cuban exile, tuiK: hence three weeks
--- AV* r"gret to see that with the changeof propri- ties of (lithrwhss, merely t. glitter by gaslight c bring'him forty bushtls! per aero, jielding him at j
crest in this and while I to amid w!lh the tvowed ? to create revolution.
:ATVtY, Ala: la, I : I I .lorsLip no change occurs in the tone of the paper at a grand oiree, it i i. not at .. surprising: subject, with pay 75; cts. per bushel, the hcndsome income of floe ego lu pot'-C a :4

,. S. "=--:- -.' ,. : .---_' -- low': the Esrcntive of the State. The number that the 11."tt of I mercantile crisis i should be seen would Corn to repudiate any honest debt of the hundred and sixty two dollar This does Rot ha\c I TREATY WIT!! PARAGUAY. \ 'j
stalking guests after they leu\ e iu the contracted of vote of hercitizens to be feel to"horse, cattle and hop, for they
'>- uf.J.J.'rAlIwll.tM'K kaileou U-d >1nLe county pursuance I away
iT: 'M a1f (rem which the announcement above taken of well i I New YOBK I:. Letters have
i I The a April been received
hour :
dead
and fat the winter without
live
night expense during
_
6uU rlpUOi Ad"'llwtt. !., the FlitJton'roxo'U t t the wUh to know cs it is the right of everyt.ixia3er can keep I.
: j abound in strictures upon the course of the Cove-r- dressed wife or daughter in the simple Article of of corn. There i i. probably not JLet.t..r here ti.nouncing that the with
.. i In tb. .t t>f tL .: know the u not called I eating a grain treaty Paraguay
I f'. :.It4Iot1iebaVt., 1 nor, and reiterates the charge previously] made j.wdr\ a tingle uH.ing.i i. oftentimes as much t tat county lug CJntrin the c-rld. 1 Lave seen large was signed en the 9th February Imt.

.X against him, "with being influenced in his 'a as \o'\originally 1\0 the entire island upon to pay more than aLe agreed to do. Well, 1 droves ofVat hogs at eighteen months ulJ, "t'i'ijrLing j p -

I of tan, times of Peter Stuy vesant have been investigating this matter, and findingthe over two hundred pounds that never knew the i TRUE BILLS IN THE FEDERAL: COURT. -
!i. Florida Railroad low and sordid .
;:: Mail N Fut opc upon| tl.e mo in
; olcc.-1le Oce by j When little bill for these trifles arc s.nt taste of "
.j, I c .i- .. I twn i 1' e Lour. of 12 M. and I V. M. j live." For proof of this grave allegation the A'eua and paid th, tdy. j them be I take in The editor of tLe Dalton (Ga.) Times copies the
to
I 1 I Ij pleasure cor J United States Court to-day found true bill
-. ---- assert "that, w.th: a full knowledge of all the the rear, as Banquo's ghost MrJIS against
TALLAHASSEE :TUUKI;- *hort-ce>mings of the Florida Railroad Company j, A\'t write a true epitath w hen *'e av that many recting en. into which Le Las fallen. believing aWn and then indulges in the following comments, : C. A. L. l.lnla:, K. F. Aiken John F. Tucker, and

22d. I I I a man's failure Las resulted, not !from losses ia his it will be alike pleasing him as it i il to myself to which we beg to call the attention cf such of our
Tuuuyn .pri \ I with which he tubstquently e1argcdthsxn." Iu: was t i b other, for Ilv1JiJlg(111 Slav,. The court isaaljotriiel
I "' Loc.-we rnk. no rhi.ee ID our lut week'* qo''U- business, but f.1 1osv-s to wLicft he is blind, because and other to know that we have not readers as may be afflicted with the" Texas <
CK) TJi Eurfja' Ben". ti.i-.(r no effect on ou mar tLC I I not only "willing to overlook tlirtn" i e. "theBbottcomingV they are hidden in parlor captt enameled Ux-payere liJay next. \ I
fercr
.z been called on U> mote than agreed to do. :
: the would build furniture and gilded cornices, or pearl necklace, pay ,
.. UL XD C.r" JttU at UV lolS sent* I provided Company I Ii I
1 brooches and diamond i.'ngs. But, to the the j point The law the We don't know ia what] part of Tcxa* t.1.( Indepcudcnt'Bcorretpondcnt COL I.OCKRIDGET3 EXPEDITION.
; r our quotation: the road to his but .concealed what topaz eu'hurirlt '
l \o.\ae I
Ordinary 4 placttoo. The Independent might wtlJ have fld-Jed that many counties to take stock in the road (sec Internal ranprovemuicnt i resid. sbut we do know NLW UELLOS, April 17.-CvL Loekridge, in consequence
he alleged to be a fraud uron the State"until the bove i ill colored. ,
that The
slightly
I paragraph
_ : laIHiree
; Good Or!-.luirj. gj : e 10 of .crisis" all Act doe the road of Ce-n.; TwicrgV proclamation. Las !U .
a laboring man i is in the UJ"t ] not require to receive !
Le foujd the I editor! of this all of Lttt
1 ; .. lOX lOX j tht Company would not construct se-nior paper having i-pei.t
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Lw li.UI' I This time bends of their block wns'in lC'uJedl'erltil'n! until Le: J 'lIrn4 the Intention of
his life from fcimilar carves was when county iupnjiuti.t ns travelling over bait t.'lte-and he tIle !
t the referred AYitlmut year
r ; : .. .. .. .. .. 1 ; rod to. being regarded -
'tiJ.Ini IIKIB: a COLES, Oo* Btvttr..lit I as the denier of Gov. Perry, or his apologist Calico was considered good enough! for every day "Jefferson" snpposes, but it authorizes tLeni to richest and most fertile j ortions of it. A firmer j jI the government. He has sent an agent on to Washington

-- --- I wear, but a woman dressid in calico now-a-day is issue their hotels and disr>oe of them to meet their I' Will, u I orse or mule, coupltrd w ith 6uOidrnhlJ.w [ to obtain tLe eleslred infomlation.'fIlE .
we can Uaie what we Lave been aa-urcd arc the 1 i i greases mi.nht make the quantity of grain mentionedby
second quarterly; meeting for Circuit au.Ot a. rare a sight as would be I white black : obligations to the company. Any other course II I hit in Te-xns. True
Lon I fact w ith i eipect to Iii know ledge of the abort this forresiKinJent, Lot the j SICKL TRIAL.V.'AiutNCTo.x .

r.:2: cemnwnce on' !',21> 'lnt, Pi-yah. during cominga" ">f the Florida Railroad. Company, and \rJ The fact h, the rajo for dress And ..110at I I would be very unjust to the private ttockhoMcr; j soil is tlicre, but the teuiontare not, which to the j April 1C.-TL* Sickles trial

*h.. pro ref-.of winch: and on SabUth, May h(. I which it is charged he was willing overlook and home ocd! in l.ullic. i is ml confined to hUbS who |: for the l'nelrould Late to pay in cash" bile the !I r.lrlH'r i i.< n great dotideratum. Ls.t year "Jl'e ;[ ;res.-wd to-d.iy without levele>pinjj any Importanth'ittt pro :

I1.:; new" Church cJSSfc, recenily rectcd nt that I conceal through cuiitiJciutious pcroonal- to Limic-lt can afford it Those in t ir and limited circumstances other J'u'ul in lends, ,'1.idl were at a discount of !' were told by theoldt.t Texas La*ctUuse* 1. en bVsscd>f! the country with i in,(tielimtit j or fi-ct. The counsel both ides were principally -
cii-p year tim.
willLe dedicated.a and even the are tfBicted with the same luoru per cent This would evidently be un- I j engaged in ijiiintr points involving the
_ 14C t loP.rJ': vUited IVmandina; in November, 1S57 r.r. ai.d Lou mucL, reader think you lucy averaged to inli.o.i of evidence
0 r. RICHARDSON, r. 1 I ut which time the locd.from ILttthctt' Creek to fever, and in .i i iew why should the wonder be just yet we find that the Railroad Company did J iii- acre in corn throughout the ea-tein |'ortion cf I Itl. j D i 'D to prove the infidelity e>tJrs.biekle

II that men ofiodut-trious habits seem never to get receive from half to three-fourths of the countystock the Stiit.-, which i is the Lest farming cocntry in :!
.. I Micauopy "4 agic-cd upon.[ then bad"no WA..IIICTOAr1ilI8.TIle Court has quaUfil.JI"
-I II ahead woild ? in bonds nt This hid do I Testes ? Whonly tifttcn bushels: yet many of i the
of
the pecAiuiarilj par. they a right to | infidelity c.f Mrs. Sickles as -
; AVe In .ecei vcd iaotieeufthe death I knowledge of "short the of a justiI'.oatioi
vt- an obituary I any -coming* on part ) their papers, and men wLo own land iu the State, |
r respccially
---- if the private stockholders eVrd not and I: as well us provocation, for the killing of
-*-VtituWi, jrLo died fit the house the AVLile ret Lowever to Mic.vrU.l object, |, for (the e>f inducing eciisratiou thither, !
$ vt-ir f.Uier, 10. Ci., e.c ...- Company. ut niny Religious DtvUastOfl. if the bonds could to used i l'I1rl'ose[ Mr. Key by Mr. Sickles. A number or witnesses
so at par (as I publi-h to the we-ild that the i i'
I 1 -- "<- iiiformaliou was tibtuiued in Ou Mocday last religious disousfrion was to aveiamereflimig were e'xatiiined to establish the f.et of several
cot say w.enttey: deceased nor iu.whutpart of the to Ihe"e* reject I they were) in grading the road. But, when the I from fifty to one hundred Luhis-is. This i ill wrot .
with Mrs.
Sickles and
i< or 1iQrtcotxiiur'sahikh in- Lave taken pl. c* at Calhoun, Gordon County, Ga., nie-etcrs; Mr. Key, nt a house
I! SU'e. The parties are all btmng rs to us. The I I fOI'lation:1 subsequently. incieasea aim cmuouicu oeiween the Rev. Russell Rcnean, of the Methodist tunduceasud to available to the company at pAr, I mind not wbLing to see Georgians duped l into g"injj. rci.teel. by the latter for Mch pnrpoe.WAIUPCCTOX .
there ( these marvelous
stories is
children dung were A"irgii.ia B., D., and in the form eubmittcd it was to rom hearing why April p.-Mr. Sickles' coachmen
- Philip by him to the Board of Tins- Church, and Elder J. M.Thompson, of the Punitive compelled justice private stockholders, we write ns we do. Texas is not the country it is I two -
S.rah MCvLson, rcf-pectively in the order tees and to tile counties were placed on the stand to-dnr, and testifiedto
afterward
uged t the Lrgiolature The time Baptist Church. The Pla'/orm at Callronn require to pay the balance of their represented to be-this \vc know. the clandestine ride and

1tr stated 19!. 18 and I: '(8ri TLey all died I elapsing: lthHU his visit to I\man
I within tbe frceof nineteen days. The affliction U I 11th of Fvbruar 'tS-the day on which Le laid 1. Do the Scriptures teach that God before they could be disposed of; and l Leon county (and I the best in tie tcorfj" for fusing them ; but I \i is its and circumstances at Mr. Sickles house during

a vac, every rAr nt'l heart 'will sympathize I the the believe Jefferson also did submit one would'nt think so to "-* a Texas hog. Duringour Lis iil'iencc. and all of Mr .
Ire Ii nuttier before the Trutce-u consumed in foundation cf the world elected unconditionally, a ) to a discount of }-ecr'b sojourn in the! Slate we saw H 1c, end confirmatory *

with the LereaveJ family. The obituary 'iiodwere i j collecting and arranging the testimony in proper certain number of the human family to eei laAting 10 per cent on a small portion of their bond; but they were eeltamly the gauntest looking tp-uliters II SUkl s confession.

r r it not f\r l\\e\_omissions renttuneJ.a I IT j bhape. This, we Late reliable authority for faJiog life and? that they anti they only, 'i or cansaved ,be the work Writ of Tallahassee Las been let out for we ever looked Turl.t'ill ntl1InllIf Ilivma great denliHXjrer ACQUITTAL OF THE ECHO: PRISONERS.

Thonl1.lnfrm bond than Job's sail to lucre t..en.- ,
is thefctateof the and notes of
case. AVe ase.rcd county private stoekholders
are ,
Major Iirlcc, I I j &lreO\'Cr. Why thIs 1EO we are'una'le to saybut presume : 'l'1I.'UI.ITOor ArrilIc.-TIle trial of the crew of
-T that "betll.r the road "by lila Do and n* the county onds lire equally as good as the I the Uver Echo closed to.d3 The
2. was
Paymaster of tha U. S. readied this l pLintalion' Lad tle Scriptures teach the unconditional final it was owing to the failure e>f the crop of mist the -\ verdict cftLe
place
Army I teen constructed or not, it vas the tJovei-nor'e inteition perseverance an.l1nal Slntol of all who are notes of private fctockl'oldel: .*, the (CouKt- Commissionrrs two priotn yearn, which is of frequent occurrence I Jury wo h nut guiltI }."
l the last
New Orlfftss
> Stear.ict, "armed cud
y < t tequippF' so soon as the evidence could W turn of the Spirit Thorujimn, Afiii ni.-i, Lave taken the precaution to a resolution wr were told. The nunil.er of Logs raised in the
to u(2et tie demands of our gallant \-olunteers prepared, ReD Dii.ie-.. pass I DEATH OF coiIc-rori POSTELL.
'nu, State cannot be large w hen Buc\-" w m s flang
I very
to place: before the Trustees. requiring the bonds for tl at of the road I
(or eert ices against the &liu.les In another it 3. Do (btriptures (each that lufants: aie preiper I part in Austin City AS curly ns .April for fivm 25 to S8 j I SVVANXAII. April 16.-Je-Ln Postell. the United

: column Trill! be found a notice fnun him on I AVe liht stop with this brief .t.tenwt which subjects of CLiUtiauBaptize? I not to be paid to the Company unless they shall be cent per |H uud. '' S'a:-s Deputy Collector for this port, die. las;night

t we make altogether Kinean Affirms received at Thus we fee that And the cuttle tLi. live 1 at nine- o'eloek.
the kulject. The "volunteer will give him a a our own ir.eUnce, but we par. our farsightedComiuUMoueu I a} c"rr poro'er"t. cin
tcannv wish to make on aprnal to all the to the Theimpson, Delica Lad pro\idid, against this I "without grain of corn. Shoiild'nt wonder, for :I f --
apprehended
elcome, a* well fur the man as fur the mie. ion fl rrtic 4. Do the Scripture teach that Ju'mr' ion and uill.erc nter a bit of corn do they et- Railroad it Lad
1 'riJ. : We can do this recurred to the! mind e-f .
which he comes among us. difficulty. with iui&craion alone I Christian Bapliiia ? know tIle tatte of the article-and why ? Because

tpn -.r I the more propriety fn'Otll fad that the floriJian I Thompson, Affirms, your sagacious corresponding and with such aBoard hardly enough is made to feed the two fe-mnlrattle' E J3 I .

The Postmaster General decides that a pen or I lane heretofore. endeavored to hold the Scales evenhanded I, Iteneau, Denies. of County t'oiiumiuise'itiucra i as Patrick Smith. I ll.w'uf.riJ 20.-The British and North Amer.

_ reel mlk made for the sole rut]"i>eof attracting i between the Company and the Governor. C. 1 I the MelLodict Church gOYlrlmcnt a proper Joseph CLain's, denies AVilli and John Cromaitic, This M an age of hombujrpry, and we wonM icon Royal Mail Steamship Arabia, CapL J. Stone
fv>ra ? to toe! of recdc-rs lao have the Texas
the eye to a peculiar .ridl or portion of printed t AVe have been the champion of neither, but have government L'lbtan Jtlcu.frm*, I think we have but little to ftar. I say fever be not induced ojir! from whimit you bee in the hat 9tii.arrived with Liverpool dates, Saturday April

mdt1r. does not eut jecl such mutter ti letter pottage I fhi-nettly labored, pihatefyand publicly, to softenacritis Tlvmpsl. }"i.s, Your correspondent will eloubtlcss le pleased to newspapers, to break tip amid move to that C'oulltr '. COMMERCIALLtwrpuol

A intUtc-d on by some postmasters. I and bring' about I uitiofjctory solution, AVe agree with the Augusta L. *patth) in capita Cud that lie I Las been misinformed relative to another I tion.for our word fur it, you will not be-tter your condi Cotton J/arl.t-11le cotton market du-

-' I and can therefore venture to urge a cessation of the sing the 'piniun-witb all deference t<> the gentle- fact mentioned in his communication. lIe I ring the week has declined 1-lCd. on the inferior
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I Idc.ate. to the Commercial Couvciitlou. unprofitable contest. On the put of the Railroad, tueu engaged in the discussion-(hut they might says: AVe are now only taxed to pay interest on Annexation ennl.-*. but closed firm.
of West
Florida.
Among tle gentlemen appvicicd Ly the Gotrxor I there is nothing, that w-e can see, to result Lave done lore to advance their .Master's Liui- the bond, and when you ure cnlle-d on to pay the I TIle Milton Phoenix Las an excellent article [The above is all that we have received of the
favvl'at on
the Arabia's the honi-
as Del"gate to Southern Commercial Contention new, up to of going to ] :
we are !ad to announce that the follow to its interests l-y continuing controversy in thenraplr. ness" ia some other field of labor. The matters of bond themselves, you will )hardly be able to I this question which we transfer to our columns: press.

: n \ and especially in the spirit exhibited difference among Chritioli are all proper( enoughin straighten nnd
J certainly attend, and hope thut otlitri will I'I'v I by the Vcss and its cortpnJtnt4 That that their places, and.he who is unwilling to tolerate which not only your correspondent, but many AVe have been somewhal amused at the different Tory, ApRitJiX-Late intelligence leen,
lie: I cocvtnieut do
to
it 6 likewise, \i: Gen. R I preMLus Uc-i grossly intemperate i admitted bv those who do not agree with him as Lad as the others, Line fallen ; but if (lucywill take the reasons then by different; persons for the annexation received from Cuba. The Island is quiet.
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Col Gco. T. Ward KicLardJlay of West Florida .
Alabama. The last and
r.lmt Ij. I the best friends of tiC Florida Railroad, even lhnliS These public die-unions usually lead to trouble, as I liars done, to examine: the books of .
ward and Cot 1' AiuaLcr, all of Leon, and "hil seemingly the culett" bone given Lia Mobhterfzr MARKETS.MODUE. .
\ I making Jue allowance for tl.e resentment natural wrangling and often prove serious stumbling the county Treasurer, they will find that Leon which is this in substance: that West Florida

Gn Geo. AVbitfield of Jdf r5n" The CocrcUiuaticct ;j under the eircumjtances. The tendency of its arti- bloeks in the way of the uucoiuertcJ who witness ccunty Las not only paid tp: Ler interest, but has being: i isolated front the rest ef the Mute i is not I April 15.-Sales of cotton today 4.00OUK

; at Vkkaburg on the Oth May.y II j lies Las been to u feehiin and them. also than fully) represented in the State and National Councils : ; Middling 121 @ 121} rents. Sales of the
IULtr t > nnioredetcjruiued paid more thirty thousand dollars of tile
r'ro\u1. 11,;:10, and time
I that her receipts same 8,2l agninst
dlntiiffuishcJ men are precluded! frvia
Ieou." I l'I'I'"iion. and: tliii result must [For the Floridian d principal oilier debt; and when till present .tlr'a I I I a fair pnrtie-ipntion ,in the ru1,1icflccs; anti emolument I I"t".k') laVa.! lue-re-u in receipts 181,310 laletl-

'3 The communication of .Ixon". \ill attract attention I contInue utleBS our lutcDIrarJ| in imiution of Journal.] taxes are collected and piiid out, upwards of forty under the government: I Nt Mobile[ 04,3"0 bales. Freights to Liver-

I E- from the salufactvry tipocilion Le giirs of mod of the "tl.ezpr" e-f llie- :t tate, will consent ) :.Judicial EmTOI5 Election-lion.' C. C. Yon-e. thousand dollars (which is more than one-fourth of I Now here is a baited heel" r.ol 3-U(..l Sterling S'| @. \II.| *

j the ftate of our Railroad) dlLt. TI. cxjiotitiontuaybe i I to modify; LU tone That sncli a couree will result h.J :- the entire stock of Leon county) will Lave been TLis gentle insinuation, r. scat in Congress-----may yew ORLEANS, April '16. -The sale of cotton fvrthepat
As the
choice of fUCCEf to the pieseutSu influer.ee some, but we feel to entertain a two slays were ,0410 0 bale MicMlirglSfe..
J1 received ills the utmost cnfJc.rcc. a it more ndiantag-vu] than. a inrsi.-loiioc in person preme Court Bench ii to attract attention paid, while we Lave scarcely f.It. the weight of better opinion cf our citiztb disposed*. oktinguithcdand undirtingunhed with tnor! firnme on the higtietcraefe*. The

I from the pen of a gentleman pf fcctly familiar I ality. i at J Iea t clear to a. And on the uther Land, I take the liberty beginning through the columns of the taxation. Jefferson and Madison counties Lave aLo I' nnd feel Mtifi..d that they! will Le sales of the week wereBiJ.Ot'Ol'ale's' and the receipt

Mitli the whole subject. .Jctft-raou" i ia entitled to I while respecting tLe Go\einor's views of official paid a part of the principal of their indebtedness governed higher motives than the rewards ofoffice. l 9,100.( against 33,500 bale last year. The inl"rCl\ll'.t
Floiidian
tLunLs for it ( : The Ji .n.1 ,, J Journal to bring (unaJ the name of On this annexation wi.-h n-e-eipts at this |>ort are ljl5, tl. and it all
calling or: tmly couut to ,J Jwiich duty. ..trty Lv 6-.a r.uu ,.. though I am not informed of tLe amount so quts-tion we to be ports
tUcllv Chandler C. Yor.gc for the office of Associate paid.AVith understood. 701ixio! bales. The tock on hand end
diStinctly ou thip-
1- the has been to submit trut submit
county coaijtlleJ f.'ol iijury we whether the
I public Justice. lorc..ing the claims of Florida this statement of facts before us, T feel 1. Our personal predilections are in favor of it.We beard is 322VO( tales.
I vc' on J 19.C'and thiidi ouot amounted to only Interest would not be t pnunoteJ( by reconsidering Web New YOBK. April 16.-hue
L. assured that attaclie-el tul"Laull. cotton numi-kut
are tie
to be represented on ti-c Beneh and to we will Lave no necessity for "1':1\in by that can tievtrbclroken. was
abut $XKAVe are assured by one of the Comtcijfcioners his drtcnuii.ation iii-t to nfiix Lit signature to designate the homes of ; I Youth and c rlJ'lIIallllOoJ-\\'ith all quiet lo-d.iy, with sales of 2.0TK bale Spirit of
her tl.oulJ our forefather to relieve of
nut venture us this
;, that it wae unavoidable at the time the onds of tLe Fieri Ja Railroad That rt'frcCctt\ on (lila. their endearingreminiscencesw, ere spent beneath Turpe-ntine dull, at 43c. per gallon. Rosin Mead,
ct-eorrcd. i I CUllpUJ. etep nssmanees tlat this gcr.tUm.in i U the taxation ; but if we will exercise a little patiencefor its genial iky. There are the graves of our: beloved at $170 @ $175 per S10 it's.
\\liole road is
of bundi iroiud
: The amount issued and now for }
one
'"nJ/'d one Jilt choice of that BO, it seems to me that a few years more, we will find ourselves in possession .. I'I'pllrellt. MOULE, April 18 -Sales of cotton to day 2/1(0
I to bo iisui-J trill cot exceed f Of tl.ij sum, leaving only fifty-thrte to be laid eetun. I bnVs. The bteniuer's' rau-ed nfmuvs.
1-uo. ,iltl yet to complete the of our Western frie,ds of a good road running through our 2. But private i wishes should always] jicld to pub- news great .
j 42,0)0 \iill bare be('n paid by the close cf the I II I the track. (rum the Atlu.ti.to the Gulf: To [preference worththould: falling upon ties from East to West, with the interest and coun. lie lluty..1 a eitize-n of Florida, duty demands Middling closed at 12J
I year leuiiiig then oiJy flt'S.CKX) of the ubetriptionoutstanding. I I stop the road where it i is voulJ be public calamity one every way L little I.s than principal that we should act with reference to the interestsof NEW URIEAN. Aj.ril IS.-Sales i>f cotton to-day
I law to the other portions of the State. Mr. Yonge, of our bonds fully j aid. Florida-not let Florida, but the whole State. 4,000) bales. Prk-es are stiffer, but quotations are
In the nuau time, the will inn county I a integrity) very fund of though yet in the meridian: of life Las been ] Since writing the above notice an article inthe :. AVe discard the idea that this question bhouM unchanged Middlings 12c.
Lave conerh.I.trrelf by railroad with Gao'n 'Lich the! Governor is one of the Trustees 15 involved long Jt be drtinwm-d I.Vvst Flidida ; it. is a 'OEW'otlK.. April 18.-.Sile* of cotton to-dny
the lair, mind all the while in full questionfor
r Sentinel of the
19th
on the 'Vvkt and J df. and Mud in its lilt, on the same subject I .5its') bale There was
: rn :">n on 1.t ljit b depletion. Neither that road nor the whole Stateto decide. no quotable change in the

Sure'j thIs i h a consideration VBftJy outweighing any other i* required to pay the interest its mind, naturally both vigorous and acute Las been believe the information ashes in this article i ij cub 4. It eann.t be done even by the whole State, market Spirits of Turpentine firm, at 53 a Cl cts.

the Lurdcn bonded debt o strengthened and sharpened by assiduous study of stantially furnished in the above. Leon county without the conse-Lt of CongroIIUe3tillilin -#. Ikivin dull ut 1 CO per sit pound
I imposed by our rale until The
temporary interest
present fuhlleJ. must be many ycnra-all in the line of lila proftStion. As made the first of fire C. .\ will be ptodiictive of no p.x>d to NEW OBLEATS, Ar -il 19.-The sales c f c thousand 1
of bX.lon. v hieli! at meet, can last bnta few years enpplied from the income of the Internal Improvement payment dollars in the Suit! of Florida. Ilir territory it lay 5,00's Lale?. at ttnch.inged price Sales for
already
t Fund. With District Attorney of the United States he has shown cash. She has i issued and will have to i issue one thn-e clays 13,(>00 bales, and
HI hDb'r .; no obstacles thrown in their I smaller than that of Alabama ; Low will a farther roc-eipts same time
; ---- -- way, the Company can carry the him t}equal to the position-though] brought. constautlv hundred and forty.fite thousand dollars of bonds, reduction' add to the interests of the -late. Her 11.5'K' ', ag-iitut 14,5.K( > bales Mine time last year.-

lore Iron. three mil remaining fifty- in conflict with the ablest! lawyers of the to make up the 150,000 subscribed by her, besides I population is so small even now, as to allow l.ut I Increu at all {*orts 721/H>(> bale
to the Gulf
through October
by hen
: : I ou last iruf says the JaeksBk, April 19.-Tbe cotton market was
the road to do something towardsrcliev not iiicrcast her lu-avy to-day with sale of lf, fO Inles.
wil''JW popnlution. Sutliingwill legainod Spirits
April 14th.e itated that behidc the 1000 of to perceive and the independence to nineteen thousand
tons discharge dollars of bonds
on
'
which lime
the the Turjx-n teady at CS 53 Rosin .
ing e> the great pressure In by annexation, in strengthening the Southern Q } cent* firm.llotirrs.
upon
Iron for the Central Railroad now iacliarging! ntFernandiua ,ifW of this fact, do not considerations affecting it I his duty in the high station to which it i is proposed was compelled to sell at a discount of ten cents, vote in Congress. The expense of the State I

I there were other supplies on the tay.ti :' hiyhet! interest of the Htotc equirc the forth the I to elevate Mm all the rest of her bonds now issued Laving been 1 o"l'rnmentill not be diminished, and will, of

I' We arc now pleased to announce that. the Schooner I IJerjr 0%the part of the Trustees, oferery lawful putting and legilimste I is but proper to say tat tLUi published with: disposed of at par. Of the bonds issued, about i, course, fall heavier of the State.upon the people of the remaining j I ptiUt .
: portion
I // BitnL-t arrived at the lUilroad out kno"'le.lge of Mr. between I have been
Ycnge, whom $!9OOO redeemed ,which added to the I \\
"hlrrn means to accelerate rather than retard the c.-t Florida including the Port of Pen'acohi, is
I t14 ,: this city, on Friday liirt, with 210 tons of Americ&n / c this enterprise ? And would not the and the wiitrr nothing has ever pasted on the I Ilut cash payment of five thousand will make thirty : said to be woitLIcss to Florida. Tilt same ar- u- I ENTIRELY NEW ENTIRELY NEW! -

Iron; and on Sund.iy afternoon last the Schooner Urletf .cl r i i nioi"eorer wi itten from I sense of I four thousand dollars of the'principal of her nu-t.t will pro\ it worthless to Alabama. TIle M'>-

,i. Gipxey arrived at the acme point with another Governor his Je doing a !taft pMic good by waiving justice to our We-stern friends who have now no I which )Las been paid, and the taxes of tLe JeLt.1 bil IJeg'"tcr says that Florida Las more Pea coast t WHAT IS IT ?
objections to tie manner in wLich a portion than the Leeds. Just as well that.CuLa.Lasmore
of 40 These of Iron will be re'prepreientative on the Supreme Bench, and have will say THAT WOXDEUFUL PURIFYING
ii S cargo tons supplies of the work Las been done than by persisting in a year pay 85,000 more, making in all than sue need Florida is a !
?i -ufEcient t lay the track about 15 miles beyond determination which, however praUewortLy under had one but for a short time during Us existing organization. forty-two thousand dollars. These bonds are fillIng I take her sea-coast away and you destroy the State. Daily's Prophylactic) Fluid !

Baldwin; and Irantent have been made for different circumstances Should they in their magnanimitychoose due nnnunlly, in amounts to be met by the I Annexation will doubtless be of advantage to

fur "r supplies of Iron to be at Landi hen needed. may and in nil probabilitywill to forego their claims and rdC us their candidate taxes of each at the rate of I railroad companies and capitalists of Alabama. Tfiii it a Sew JJitforcry. It it lit remtlt of Learnt JReiearth.
taxation.Of .
result, in the present of affair" in year present With have fl it
aspect a pos that we nothing to do. Asa citizen t f a triumph nf Scientific SI-ill!
Thus from another
goes raveJy on the work. some gtr.tlctnan portion of the the
bond issued the
itive ? That the. larger portion were received Florida, we feel bound to it inasmuch
i injury sujpension of the Fund oppose as we TT is a Chemical Union of materials, provided bjr
State, I have nothing to say, though I doubt whetherItwonMlc and paid ont by the Railroad have not been presented with the first substantial
yet
would be "' a positive iiijuty/ evident, the effect Company __I__ Nature herself, for rendering par the air WV
I Settlement of the Paracnan JOIOlruItlcn. of such an would be to render the 8 bonds easy to find one possessing fureriorqunIfctous par ; but the Company, fndingltselflti possession 1 reason in hi favor, so far as.it relates to the interest I breathe. Its action is in obedience to fixed law s.
r ( of Florida.
tnt
It is now definitely known the with to las whom, I Lave mentioned. of number of bonds which could
dispute a
be
tat utterly worthless to all tle roaJl. The Central] and not disposedof -_- QUICK, SURE, POWERFUL !

E Paraguay has been positively eeltled. I appears the I'eD5eoll&Georgia Railroad Companies cannot a JUROR. at par resolved to receive no more from the I It purifies dwellings, sinks, kitchco.It *.
; tbtthiuJjustm\nt has been broaghtabout through counties, at such rates at which could BY TELEGRAPH.
complete their undertaking without the bonds, but Death of ttlllr Bowleca. except they removes all offrusire odors ;

I the friendly offices of President Urquiza chief of it manifest that for securities to be of the ""AIXCTOX. AprlI-Tbe clId.rateSeminole be used and sold quite a number of the bonds then t It ruier turns with instant certainty ;

the Argentine Confederation, and the Brazilian least i tC chief Billy IH\'I'5, die! a rc.eration on hand at a discount of ten per cent. This, of LATER PROM EUROPE. II is the bret prrpnration ever used for fresh vouml.
value in the purchase of iron the credit cf the the llth U destroys 2 all vegetable and animal
ilini.ter. The on I poisons
precise terms of Fcttlvnieot have ;
not the R. It. had.
I Fund muM kept good. With the enormous drain course Company to home, having t5jrf It relieve iu a t few Bvconds the Idtes of insects
ARRIVAL ,
.
L AA'e : OF THE
too much" x ;
been made f whiskey had
yet public, but it i.known that iudvin- iU income to meet the interest on the bonds u-pctllat something already received the bonds at par. The county of i iETEl.C bees, etc.

\: nity i is conceded to the family of the person killed urn Florida Railioa how .0 Bill- death. Tie. following is Leon wa, shortly after tbe order of the Company : It scatters boils when forming ;

; ;r : on the J4t n tc. and also to the Company represented it. .Jit long can tlC Fund furui-hod by the last Fort Smith (Ark) Times, on above referred to, called on to make a further J.. It sootbea boils 'o hen formed, and heals them
rrscr\ en T Will note suspension be incr the payment rapidly.

' t by ilc. Hftrkins. The tt lenient of thi. nablujtt no distant lJ', unK-K-auiueone or more of ..ul.j.c AV. learn: from of $25OOO, and she succeeded in disposing of Some Circular Report 1-1 Gd. l-8d. Ad- It Igood f'r carbuncle, ulcers, conn and sort-s ,
; dispute by Mr. JL Air
t diplomacy much better than the George who arrived Tancc.YOEK. .
c I cf i arrangement the roads i i ppee-dlty;] tlc l.f its hands ? And in I ve-sten'ay from the Semiiiolo that Billy six thousand dollars of her \bond at par, and was It clvsi. rs the teeth and purifies the breath;
t.e difficulty through the intervention 'I CObltr compelled to submit to a discount of ten I New The wrat *vruut osof TrpWd and Scarlet Fever
view of such a eatatr 'phJ, which must seriously ltiil .r'4 iKftl audilpnlT- nt. ill* hou,4 Jnmrl per cent Anril 18.-The ntcamshin Ilurot a

g t Ii.i of cannon bafla.U __ i jeopardize if cot destroy) all the railroad enterprise on Friday the 11 lh ;.t There was great lamen on the other 19,000, as above stated. And now I has arrived with Liverpool dutts to :5atur.lIlAy. ;! are Ln<>wn mitigated to check by the the spread use of of this Typhoid FIuul Fet-er; it has Fsm been

{ The Ship Canal. r.. Northern Florida. does not a regard for the real int. rests of the Seminole tations alJ The I l.uJ late waitings eruigrarts among, had Ids not people arrived, the in by the precautionary steps taken by the Board of April !J. I dies and upon p'autations. ia

r A correspondent of the Xatiunal State call fern waning of objections, especially the country at the time of Bowing death. Mr. County Commissioners, there can be no further loss COMMERCIAL Lending physicians are win? it in Charleston Cc-

4 warmly advocate, and the editors of( JntelicHct aLlt jour when there is every reason to believe that the Aird met Col. RutLerford with them about sustained on the sale of the county bonds, and all Lirerpool Cotton J/arket.-11.e Broker' Circular | lurnbta. Savannah, Augusta Atlanta Macon, Colum

t: ; nal fu\orally regard the project of a Ship Cnn lie good will be most subserved and promoted put therefore miles this, side be deprived of the Sminll country.priiilege of They furtr that clue! has or can nbove lose in the way of discount is :' reports the sale of(3,200 bales] of which specula- j bus The IJiMifgoinerr hospitals,of Selmix New, Mobile Orleans and and New Mobile Orleans.art
about stated.
--across Northern Floi ida. I is urged that in sailing thereby ? We submit these considerations to the their old leader and Tins: has passed $2,000 as tore took 9.0001e1lu.J exporters H''K)0') ) bales.- using i i'.
away
from New York or Philadelphia t Texas or New I judgment of Gov. Perry, believing the course sug- one who Las been a (thief to the settler of Florida, Arwi. 22, 1850. LEON.SS There had been a good demand at* fully previous [ Hospitals, corporations.( sLip roasters, manufacturers -

Orleans more than eight hundred miles would be gcstl to be best for the State, and that if pursued, and one of the greatest chief and Indian warriors ----- ._ rate, and holders were offering freely but exhibited planters, physiciant, furuithcd by thu ga'.Ioo at
reduced
"
the ratea.
saved, to fay little of the avoidance of the :long and it will receive a it"'oul. deserve, the cordial up of present-------S--day THE LATE Fr.osrs.-Account* in reference to the no disposition to press sales. Some circular report For bale by druggist and country merchants gene

I. perilous voyage among the Bahamas and round the probation of the people. TIILKE YEAES' ArroL.nn.T-Thf S Y. Christian effect of the late frost are very contradictory. Ona a partial advance in some cases of 1-16 to |J. The rally, from w born orders are re*pert fully solicited.

i Cape ; while such a canal would, for its superior 5- -r .Adr'4. has.a long and able article in favor recent trip up the country we found that in some sales on Friday were 8,000 bales, of which speculators Try at least one bottJe. Price CO cents. Follow

eaf.ty, bo UNd \>y rosscl bound} to Tehuanteprc orCreytown The condition of the Treasury is easy. A considerable of making the appointments of Methodist ministers localities the frost had been very fatal to the peach I and exporters each took 1,000 bales the market direction_
I': portion of the clock the loan es while in others they were only slightly illjur t5J Manufactured ooly in the Labaratory of
en route for California. Whatever Inautos representing For three instead of "In I closing steady at the following quotation : J.
years Itsays DARBY.Anborn.Ala.
years. : Wheat have sustained
last taken, yet remains unissued in the h-o teems to but little damage
8Ie and ('r"\nt the loss of valuable time, The heavy receipts of duties at New York Treasury show a oDcuion. then, I.t M ask for the Wesleyan term though it sometimes happens that wheat does not Fair Orleans (,. ; Fair Mobiles 7| ; Fair Uplands For sale in Tallahassee by AMES & LIVELY,

I is very desirable in commerce, and the American re\iva of foreign trade, wLich is regarded as a I II of three. 1. The annual conference should, at chow the effect of frost until after some time has 7J ; Middling Orleans 7fd. ; Middling Mobiles and by Druggists generally throughout tbe State.

I tonnage fr the eastern dun* and ports. to the symptom returning property to the country.L .- their ensuing session, Tote on the subject. The elapsed. Corn was cut down but we saw only a '. ; Middling Uplands '1d. N. B.-Person* wishing toils, ores, water, 4c, analyzed
I bare
dune
nder the influence these 2 few cases in which it was entirely killed. It.has can it on reasonable terms by scad-
stock The stock ia
Culf of .
Mexico is enormous and fact government churches should send Liverpool was 327,000 bales, of
to the
t ever bcreaing.- gone up to an almost unexampled premium. .petitions general CJ. recovered from the effect of tbe frost and generally log to ProC. J. DARBY
Besides, as a measure of national defence it would I I 'erence for it. Shall we do sot Let brethren who' look welL There was no cotton tip at the time of which 292,000 were American. March 12. 1339. 11-ly

; .1 t a desirable facility for the general I Thus writes the Washington correspondent tlve reply in the affirmative, take the matter in hand, the frost and very little even now. Cotton plan Stale of Trade.Manchester advices were tin- I

,. The length of such a line of inland gvcmment navigation Courier. Let us all rejoice that notwithstanding jring up their resolutions at conference, and ting has been nnns&ally late on account of the difficulty favorable ; business closing quiet but steady for the It I* a common observation last there aN
the refu'tal of t a a new tariff bill and get preparing! the owning to the excessive rains. best and more inlferen from debility, among AmerIcans tbaa Cal
Iocs not exceed hundred CnC pass yarns, declining the inferior grades. br found
a miles, while tbe cost the signatures of the people Few. have finished amour tor oUiereiUimi! nation. The reuo *15
would be to adopt the numerous suggestions for keeping ,_ appointments. planters planting some have not obTloa We Lake too liuto exercise, and forget lh. wm'Jof
probably less than ten millions of dolan th yet commenced. The grape crop promises to be GENERAL NEWS. th. body la tie txorblaff pnnalu of biw-aeM. la *U
Should] tIe Federal authorities refuse to entertain government in motion, the country is not ruinedfinancially. Cnbau abundant, vineyards being but little injured.-A* I IIl'"td such ease, ordinary medicine eaa do little good. What Isrequired.
the educe .f the Opposition and There ajre false about % 13. The House of Commons Lad decided on tire Reform lajusi inch a tonic and laTlroralor( a* Pr. J. !'.*
the i is thought that charter might I .I certainly a many rumors etpatth, April ,. tense ha rlren to Uw world,la bi* CELEBRATED "BlT-
Le prplitOD. the I indeed of half the Democratic papers had been listened Cuba aawut any other place of its size on earth, bilk The rote stood 291 for the second reading TEW." The weak and nervous deolwa of tk eo nUnChonae. (-
obtiw Legislature cf Florida. The should I. and we cannot but think that the insurrection of the bill, and 330 for Russell's motion. The .the exhausted; loiter spas U>. afcop-board, and tit,*
,I'' great amount of traffic that t at Washington, we Lave Lad an there now, M a complete "rpre 121 Never Dispute About Trlflem prostrated ttudeot of the mldnltrU lamp bare foond a woaderful --
i 'oL continually pass increase of The foreign trade is here : Jdee majority in the ho'tte agafnst' the government is 39. regenerator la the"Brroaft"and prefer htoroor*
ibrougb such a canal annually must render the duties "Lic we must hope so, for,with the scanty means possession sever! though The pretentloos, but less efflcaekw medleliw( But U should
even certain of Engii&G cabinet
represented in such of the Cubans could you are being in theright. were considering what court not be 15somstesi lia ia*
as
5 truly a flourishing (condition they make no furnitua that tbe iginilwhkh rn
f speculation profitable at A very moderate tolLtgc.PDgpEnrE would hare been disturbed and the tel Lead againU the preparations eacce with The truth will come to light sooner or Inter, to adopt, and it was probable they would anconnee fl&enee noaa Irtuno which U merely debilitated, la rqoail*
--v country aftar and then your opponent will not only respect I powerful in aMbtlat aaror* locxprl the most terrible form*
FlOUT WrmJuA\UT 2fECEOES.-Two would not have been more prosperous than under at.il which Spain gad. he Inplm.cy in the blind, "iidom. but admire your forbearance. Therefore your, their determination on the 4th April. A resignation disease. wh.atiaogtv.itatrtal?
ue md, result in rublieceuton Sold by Droftftt* and dealers everjwhert.ff .
fugitive slaves were captured in Indiana some ftyiniU the let alone policy. But we did not expect 1 ear. attempt or confiscations 'andrn I whenever yon bear allY one disputing upon the of the ministry is anticipated. 8ee adr rtl ->mMt la sauCier eornmn.
: put .Ja point legalised lotteries and he denies there is Anstrii the Peace April ,1SM. l -lm
to
from ] last of the wisdom objects Congress meeting atBaden.
LuieWe. Ky., week and taken to ly an acknowledgment that policy.So chance of 1
o any drawing a prize, let him have his ownwaybut J
thajailof that city. They escaped from a South Bays the Joie'naloComtseerce.. the power of tie Uni States, i fully! pat von have the good sense to send $10, $5 L-
forth would be J i
Carolina planter some months since. They made a we Late, no doabt Volunteers would Cuba flock ease, or$2}. to" -oed.EddJ'dCo., Wilmington, DcI France left the choice of the place of meetingto 1 > Notice. i iT
the
defpcrite resistance before they were secured, Q?* To weal of Gen Cass i the result.of the standard, vessels would be on hand and arms t or to the same KEsrox&utr AVD USAUSED state.are'l Austria >ERSONS Lavmg land business with we'11
b gusta Georgia, and you will insure Jour eh Piedmont U to be admitted JL please call .on Mr. Rirtjren( when Ism not '
shooting one of the and wounded Mm rise of real estate in Detroit. A portion of his original ready.Jbut half-imbecile colonist Cuba conditionally to (lieCongress.
rUuer 1 o for a capital prize, omIta proportion. Should yon Tallahassee. Mjf e'ce i Is in the Rnteers boiMiror.
badly] lie will hardly reco er. One of the farm i now in the ,'cr heart of the city. never break the Spanish role by own exer- secure it, your disputant will acknowledge I JOHN BEAUD.t .
your
"'a ihot\ in thy shoulder, and otherwise injure nege by Twenty )years ago he offered to sell it for $7,5CC; tin they!,will and most, jfa certainly Americans go to go their o\
L'ovt "it valued at 3,000.000. Journal. & Co,are the snecettor of Gregory & Maunand with tb.Ireads of the presumed beligtrent lc-sh4tiznes. : .

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FRM> 'i1.irg to raL Lone.from Q. mice f-oni o I __, F.S: TOTTF-IiS are so inf.l'ibW! remedy fir
) ily Sewmg Mal.in.'* > w S.I,1e. For Compresthgcotton and Hay. i iPTKNTED I0 1 :
J_ a thorough bred Sire or Imqn'ttioo.al'It c.f (5 ft hfniMoa The RtCFIVlNG OUR C.TOCK 01 GCODS j jCDXSWT1.NO iTirv lar 1 fall ssrlroe Lilkps ass!all dusts des-i,ariatne fioro a deranged
f.6O to f 1It. eitra d n r-j< s __ I JUST are now r l 1 I pedigree! acd performance, hate now ____ llmlitrrs! lire 't..II!. 1i-Er.le; ucy krjitin, <.r.Ur. Sew : OP WE of SPRING & SUMUEJi LOTlinG, cjrd'tion; if \lEe !!ig 8Iie or lLIas. Dl'lepAIa. Dtbtlitv. -

an eporthni1y M to do. l>y tending t Kir marcs toti : a Hi'IT? joini TLcy ,til An I letter and cl.. apcr *cwin 1S58. G.-oods I GeothtncDS furuirliing good cf dr,rriplion. ; Liver tVu'r.la.nt, LJW bpmt. Wot of Appe-

,- ,1 m.wlx". Minding ut All,any or three) miTe. vi.,.> fir nee I:, -oi ; Jry ; Youths! Clothirg.every tit*. Ac Kr s '* ly AMES i LIVELY.

1 4'} ''. at p'.nn'ation: op tl.e Nt." ton ri>; ..! llie bent Macl GROCERIES AND HARDWARE J.anb 1 9. U33 12
"
my cent hour I unqueiiUoniMy n '
au iwi Ire I To I'hn'ers and all otfeta inlcfcsteJ. I ----ALSO---- __ _______. ___ _
111is fiuot )...ng 1lirc. Lt"'o: t.allJc II': i oi ( uu: in lie iiMirk i f.r family f aa ii.ir. on ,crouutof i I '

$ 14&.1. laU' l IK lies Iiigb, of ink" n Uiji' tnKr.andca tl. ir simplicitv. durability: t-It-e of maua mujt. and ,, -- --. '----- Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c. A full supply of Black and Colored Clot. I Spring & Summer Goods.

.C3UI1J' .t-'IIO) tiIns. \ iH t.; z.1nittc'i I" !:11" s H-l.iptition to "all rictifs d family te'i.>! *xeculieiry I rlflhfS ondrful Press, which has recently lice II Black and Fancy Spimg Casaimerrs SPRING
BOND & CO. Stoek of A
the ( lIu' 1'r. dollars th J_ patented afd capable of prl'ung: or Compres : are now receiving our
iiiw Uniio: t.e. fifty < ti j:! f'it1'l'r fir fne 'Hilt with t'f'.Jutil Cr.'I'it_ Silt and Marseilles_Vesting WE of
e-*son, which ta'-tt U. s if' xt the tra e ..f nti\ itt. : ails) "itbllct lpecitl :1C1ju.'mt'lo R-ns! c<.ttun, bay, foddir or nny other article! required floyd, April !, 1859 14-tf I Black Drab Deta. Alpiecx Arali: Gla-e, nIER OOODS consisting

l>y a cooj iH-te vr fm 0<.llii, ill sa"Ji. li lujrethoulJ I t-* bftnj for a TircularAduro. to be put up 'm small coupas, H nt>w offered f>r White, Brown and Fancy Drillings Dry Gord II irdware, Groceries

; not ]'ru\ \uili foul in t.1.ottc of tit. I : Ii. M FOI.
Spring 6'alO:1. vln.h viil tirvunMe ua the Its) of 23. 1829 J -6iu1LIT'E1S' > County or State Rights. This Pre s is propelled bd.uble } Brown. Grey anti Dlaek Silk mixed Spnoy Cuat T are selhnj

Jute, the uill be tillottoj the 1 U-iwfilvf l'ic' )all I --'- -- ---- -- ricks and pmi"ulI. req'linnf* but two revulu- | ) OCK PolJ1i, Sap Sao. Cheese. Pickle. CractIV I I I bugs for !UltS. O & J MEQINMS3.
f. tmn to cr cornpref hales tf cotton weighing er,, Mickerel. liT BOND A CO. nnnufactureprounptJy March 1-, 1338. 11-61
r 'cstn0 villioUl tullli' I'tuTX No iii tru.t r ;paiV All! of whit'b"e are prepared h ,
!nsiirat.ce m (.. ma.j<.. i.r iul
Mires KB: \\liIUL\VIM) will K. .., r kit! lever by two rgro fallows As nr speed and powi r, Please give us a CALL. I i Ladies Dress Goods &c.
T.o.11nhnaeco. other now M the won ,! The 'J 10, Java and Laguira Coffee, fir sale Ly CLARK. ,
44 certs j-rr rir-tl o' -* with !'. fifty; cent*. I it scrjuiei) s any press ] rRATORlUS.t.
vLU-li nfut,1o all ca. !<; j cii i 1 I I. fi-it ili Man% .* : C. Jt. HsllLU:; 1'r.7'ritr..1ril navu.tge <.f this r..rru are rntnerous It i is simple! _\ BOND I CO. I March! 2G. L8S9. 13 TACONET and Lawns !.cbe: a LAJI.

ni, tskcii a*aThe MIIHIUS <'. 'iitarri"<' ArU *iJ in ( AND by
-- -- "NT-AILS ,
Robes Cba'Aii
Tin lion eating required will not cost Nw: b I Organdie Lace MaptilUa.
b ,triei. il.1.ale.
1.
j ppom_ cu i GOODS.1859Spring ___\ BOND t CO. V 'q U 17 L IVelvet "
1859.-NEW Robes r'topaed
Oeoigienae,
The Aerib j-wrcht.od Ihi* l..r<* from Dr I more thin ?JO (.r t 50 Any common carpenter can
: f 1.UK the tinkers aul! do all tbe wood work BL 1 Lloyd. April 2, 1S9. 14fr : --& I Birege r.obu.Chntilla : PubIs.
Thorns* ILtMlUiii ai.J .M!" 1: rr m:.11. < get cu _._
i Oju. &tth' pneeof 'f.... ..Ilri Ilurtd-v.,1 I".Hllr ; Styles. ,, not. curt tbc j.lanter more thin J1CO \SNkBt'IOSSlseetin's-----and--Shirtm-, for sale- TRADE FOR 1859. I Child'en's Jrcocet PwobcBayadere ,\Whit..Pink tiA Blue! Tar

cadi, an-l 1 I. I* peiitrall,. win'in* d IA nil I' ul : fl'Mli": Si\*<.u'iKi' ore LOW {'peiung tlm SPRING( I A mode! of Ibis puss is now ou eshitition at thePCS' V/ Ly F.tThliLCO. Barege, letin MLSUO, -

.J P. .. 031 "(the t"ri I.'H" u! Otx.n.uvnr. J_ ;TOCJ It is th! larLrst and bct assorted I Ofb-c ill 1 all ilnM: >.e, where tbe public w invite Llojrf. Anl} 2. 1859 14-tf -- l'-- -- ; Punted Organdies! Lawi Pan Muslin. .

,' d J tEMI.\f \ ::';. ii I .. they hate <.t.. r <,fr rrl f<'r sil. in Spring to cull mid) lice i it. I-dividual, County or State PIWJIPT AY1XU JJLX A.XI) CASH n:3. I and Jaonrts, Ladles & Children's Psols. .

... f-t-al '. '\Wnntiieafrw : xull le inrs Nj (if. and Lemon TOXEJM Priu'e I BriUiiL's .
.1v.:':'. Ca.: Ajr l U. h: It ( ."i4s of Iii.i varutt R gbts und Towder Cjnly Syrup
- ariulf* in iat.li! l!' j ailment I ..ml I I will I e bjf py to IIEXllY 11. & I. C. SHRADhPwManliC SHOT" Huid. A'cobol'! Turpentne. this i Chintz Brilliants, LadirnbIsssn&Cbiidren's
l.lnH.Hal: : or "'JUI.\1 :D. t ".0\\ .ir M-U all t r MIX j.rt i>l tie I-'me toturildfnob : *. 1859 13-4w Teaji'iowtLoafnj Crusted Scgir, Look. at | 4.4 Double Skirt Paints, Skirts o( v ri"cs styles.Bonnet .
mini Belt Ribbons
--
J3f 1I. ..* IIir."l hTnnp.ts.. I,c 1.V Iu : ,.Liioi.1..". ... lorsdely I I BOND 4 CO. HAVING my Black Lawns and Meulins.
.
VliolltrfrNto: .
fee 1\ 't. ( CREDIT
i'r'P1 DRY GOODS. abandoned the LONG I
Since the) above advertisement first cppeared the Ll. 14-tf and Duff .V White MarstilUs:: |ArtiCiial llnwer. Ac, etc.
'nm,
yd. April 2.1833.
Awrfwaa l
Torf f'iff'l'utlll.kiat"O1 ,
> oud lyb. O:.u\ura( bj the t-itt', piece or fulu\rig! CcttificatesLavc been received: and therefore. LONG PRICE SYSTEM. I am now For il. by G. A J. MCQ1NNISS.
nr .1 l sir KuliKn! : Heavy
Tyk 'nr a* < l.y T ian I favermewith their i
who
I janl. suil..l.l"iJ. slid Putt, fur ('r.auls'ar CALHOI CtfMT, ALABIVA T KQHORff, Pi-iAMA and STRAW prepared to offer thn'' may I f March 12 1859 118i \
fffi.tn.Iente. t.) Put. paixlel !ma Faw\ l.fjucra l.\ I LQLIVALENT FOR LONG ,
AMPLE
oJ 1, i ( Ma'lras mid \ (, .i.a lid kk., fir t-Kill. mriily ; nluge commenced to JL< fJr sale ly BOIiD A HA1S'1 trad. AN I.i
\rU\.u WClRt1.'f. itU To d : tm1.i.i.1meL When Mr Henry Skrader put op in of the best quaht.es: and most
asrtLiint ol I. .:. (.Js, Dnlb, Ducks, Lloyd l April 2, 1859 14-tf CREDITS g.-oJ Embroideries&c.JMBfl'D .
W.nJWs Jam ,. 1i1. tle dlliU uf 1'11.,1. tins and I
Presses
.i.c. J". C.t1ollatJe. Dr.is..s Lis Rick and Pinion in Talladegiciimtr ._. __ approved styles at theiiowest I
IKTC. g. 4am Lj oM ('eW, 'II. ?. C. f ditul.\ I l.ii.ttis' Ijntn Ciiiks, Ac. hirtni.s Bid lie wasdccnvedas to the eight and strength) I ansi,1 Bridles Haiue of all km
I \fl14a.ir, IKT p p g s darn I Lv Mirk Antlmm"', h'i 55:irll ''10 :tii.t-s.: lieetIIgs..aid Cb'tki. requires! ; consequently come of the casting-s broke, SADDLES I.OXD: i CO.I' Gash I ,. [Cambric, laoen and SwissPi

t e. g. j S P'v' irai ".'d IV*.rnau'hl.ir Tick (.ikvff. F\rWtcr., 1'u.iU I 1 he siuce Lavm? changed lie patterns so as to "ne I 1.1.. d. April 2, SCO. 14-tf 'I Persons who have teen iu the habit cf' ordering :,ne Collars & Sleeve. | Bunds,

KWiarJ wa. Mr,'tl I l\. i'i .'..t niul hIlt >.{ 5I:..".itu : GOODS FOR THE LADIES. the nie8ary strength: and ad.hn.j Tveifiit. lie Ins _,- ___ ._ u____ their supp'ies' from New York and New Orleans, sill Emb'd Linen Setts, i Black Lace Veils.Children's .

T-.ullf.'le' I.,. T.1. <;".Ham, I... l>\' GulLnii I I., I.}. ,: III Ml.lr., c"ia luid one for we with lie ifesnjtHacks: ---I do well to examine my stock before Join; so, is I I A Misses Linen] lVttd
Pi i. .'s-I 1 figt:" '< li just. |' Guns Guns :
;ft11wfl1eJ Ikdfc..1.. 11'1' .Am 1..y (;ray' >J..H.1 .j', Ore>! til" unJ J-
( -War. i rr'ortoJ ...:'rhI.Io1.t. .t. .. $lr 1:14"I..lt ws. Ijcautiful" 'n'in h CLi'j'z J.'!-iiet ,iu Robe*. and! aees.flulitIslsee. full xvhat it IH rec ,mmcn.lod to rrUIE uuJersinei1 I Irs now r-rmnltut1.toratrc1) I IJ Good. Plautat'oii! Suril'' ana rid implement in th s market, ALSOA ;

full! bro* i"r to M I.>,';. 1'011-". ,nJ ( aniqur.: i.o.1 j Pnuteil |ji"n.j and MuOn t ( Oivcu uwler my Land this 2i>th March, 1839.VM (ptpnnte| He Pout oCi<'e, where Ic u prcpiredin anti all oilier uoocs reou': ndvince 03 the on.' I large assortment cf Pique Draid.nd Fringes,
1 rensonaljle
!' .lo t.Sir 11 11". "I I:., MB tli? fanwnK, m... i-; inrtAnrriean )ar1.t&l1 -ilxr style Oiu,lj'tn*. I JOllX l'OX.I the moat wcikrrvauhke and prompt manner, to 'I whu'i, I will Bill at a who I I'i11l1grl'e Co'ton Cards arid Tassels, Ac, -!.
paying
to men.
E< lifiM-. If".1. I 'HI 1 1"} Int1ivrLt..i till- K:: hi-li, Punt*, ",,..' re.lly! euutifi.l make and repur mil! Cf-t f>r tbe Ca-h or prompt their Just receired and fir sa'e IvO
he 1VM ..f }:'njUril. 110: 1., |IUk. ;ioJISlixl I : Ai AfAM. ('*tn'stc COINTI ) i \ to pay flair accounts or give me papf "
( *. ly Mi-i*. 'Zsn'.t'tniiil.c.! (?-"'..' if tree) I StATE or (:US. Un'LI. GJ .LOCU.S. the I dc irc. .t J. MLOIXNISS.
I.v'tiie (;.'.,!jtn| ;I .%ialnr. t'iwoi.4i.ini!: i arsil| C..roiution, Much ?Cth Ibi'J f fI fWe r at snch'ptri ds during; year a* may 1271S59 l1- t -
| Do rpwh: Gun 'kSlllil1l. be filled with March
to I will cnn
I in fict all work jx-rtinung a or frti the country
:. %a, tl iv1\"|.ft f-all.. 1 ii, \I.\' KiAmliim ... lliWat < Collars do Knby, ceitify that'e Orders
i I Diil.nnlire.1) lie uuuicrs'ignel With tIle above ilifijitVim )ho t vpectg to nu'tit a foiwarJeJ ly the first
ana .-f thr O ft'al SON
j I. Caiibitr aud Lava 11::n !Li i cl :i fs have tl.M dav eximintd $ th' w ily I Ihlll' !.T'a \Y1ejti Now.- Ritti.ti*. l'"r.to! t'baLcts! Rutt.stn. nuL1.inl. William Johnston, !:<] tear White' PlainsthtxrtK.rs I patronage '. \ oppt>rtunttCA

Tenwpet. lam "'a" tl.; f., itiour (.?*eel. e rOt!. *:>(:' It lIII..1| Ix-xiatlum. lu'rLt t bt SI rad.r ill Manh. 1S5S an I are ful! > sit AUGUSTUS BUOWN.is'flOODSlWGOODSll. I J.. Trade generally l t 1 their uten"Tund complete

< :i liir I'etitl: II.T '. (i WI I t.\. bI..l i L .V.:II1KLIMl :] HATS. 'fied Ifeisry that it wiU d.; awl perform what n clanatd l>tit : NEW GOODSSpring assort me.:t cf

I \\ > tirni oil A-II.U I';rrtiw, .:. I \ <<.V .ff : A fin :>-"Ihro tit black CssMnur rm_ GOODS

I Ite-IUicL* I l>\ 1 turuc'k. auJ lie \y .!
(lee "ud K g iUtr.) tock" <-i!... I:-.'k v. :,- titid | I'lazttra A. qul'. Ijiij'irLt/'li..ru, Caat J. J. \MILTON.. LLI: IIV XF.IIR, and Summer.lOuo I Comprising everytLmr usually s'ld in this market
tit to MilKr'jni! -.1. tl'U! : ) 1 .., I'atutnia Shuns
Uoen.I'| "'Ir ; m, I Fear ilair !'< \Vri M 11tTOHh'AS: LECA. I I besides many: novelties, enibraeiug Hats Caps
.r Awc.ioau IIiii il..e.] An. IIunv"V .l INI vi"Z.Itc.t'l | and ninny' <.tl( rsCLOTHING. CM. r'\HTrS. M r. JOHXSOX.W. ---0- Rubes and) I>ruf Patterns tf the various :te and CI'Jthing of the latest !tJI s.

tlM l.r \". .., In 1 Iv.ll Ki Aixl J.y. VinrniauVciasa cOr. TURMPSKLDF: : R.I'. J011KSOX J JA "\T7E are new receiving our Stock of RPHIVG 4V and ,!irab'e'! Sttlta! it end tf Fabrics from the finest --o- -

-Iusr..trixf'II" I ,. )4.gi.r.I I... t"IJ.J lid :;ar. ; MVKATT. JAS. CAMPBKLU: \ SUilMF.R: GOODS which we will sell tiry ansi I tidiest to the m
wa I'}. iml'.rl4..JII,tk. 1 her g_ tluui l!<...cttdiMJU i. Rottlstt. Kack!. rYorkg and C..ab. of Italiau Chills v.. CO.NKFIELD C. low fw TAiu auJ t ti I rotnpt paying Custoiucrs, ring i il Pric from 15 cents to 70 doll:irs. l rn Style MolesLia hats for O a
J Late r'n.j
lay is>}w rt' !*vtitin -l. li j
I'laU'iiu. Lt r t'. LUC. .ali! ,. !'.'. .1-1 .. I. Ca;
: 11151. riju I I.n t a J ;. ;. bin the i iI"II1.-.I| Or<.nl1.. \ .*t". ,.fidl!lf< it>.Mnils, Un.lt'r-lurts II'JIII I i Marebaatli. 189. J JI rf Dress Goods : Summer Silks, Muflins.Pinnit Tenbroeek Hat, Scotch Travelling Caps,

mare NI\'ft' ; Z.1i.it, .1..111 "a by (,1. lla.V.in* Or.... ; ILi-nry of .II ..rts, O 1rf 1 ttuekt. Tim Di'ub!" knt Silk; 'CretiiJiae Hole a Lain*, Silk'. Cambrics.Briltiauts Paul Caps

c!raAr .liy, lie l>\. ..'.1! Ar.aIV rijrer ut..ll.I pu1- f Okrtti stud! Pot.kt.t lh-.ii.iL.'n-!>.tl s, Marseilles Printed. I.inens.i Also variety of Panama.Morphj I>ghornr and Straw
A
MI .AIUTK..I! Turf fl.ter.fl2fULWINtr. BOOTS. })nrr If a-I take pleasure! in Umg my _tBitaJerebilk. f j I La B.IJad..t.D.uhlt Tiimca d. Ladies
& Hats -
:. J SHOES !' l: ick stud Ix i Goods. Hats, Indies Riding
niniem'mj
i to our li>t. and rcf-' jour Skims Jaconet Heavy Dry
( Jupe Org indica, I) >tiblc and Misses Bloomers and Fist,
i I.rf' Mntnu.Dt <.f tic! bert mli.f", f-r nil who waist a Cotton orI
.: It (fO n n.7''I J A *tr : Pi-nan Ixjter Pre.'s to lilly I. "
S!-irt. ;lRi.bo a iize Brown Domestics, PIniJgand Stripesby Canadi Straw and other I'linUti -
fiNt rae ..tct .'HI'I.to. (;n.. L3.bn. (;(IIIn.,11: raid tic tiiiIi i ; gvt.cratinsalllylen. I HaT[ )'r"FIII. > rp..-e.1 stud p- wer it "urpa.iFes any ,I Orafl.JI J"tc! Lai/c, .L:> ltstya'1.reItuite O-uabergs the 15-le Pieoe or Va'd .n Negro 11at. ..

.laM a tLr..e v-ar; til. *'-= I c\fn lv 1ru.whick : kin !t. en J I'ricct. I .liiIi';co Vt. the kind I c"r sst. ,\. MIRDOCK.'Flu' Magtev-i-sic! -: Double! !t.rt! P.rcgcs ttona'ea! Limn Dull stud i Duck. IrM. Linen Just received and fur f ile bv
D. I
i i. d..". L<"it>. 'Lit.1,1] viumt." if f :'<<.' -i,Jfor j -A 1,80- JOHNSON. .' Aliiitdis, I R.>bc n I-iize Towels labK lann-isk. Sliiitmg and T. hAYWARD & SOV
II ,
J :
Mt. III fstt4 iI II.. sue.'. Ii; 4'euI r.s' 'II, II.flDWAflI':, I'AXCY GOODS I nlxive H true. | ?tetteng"tt'i*, |I ins B.iyadt'i e Sectinsgs.Mantillas) .
tlttf' Ilm..ln.>n t-.il. (it. r the \1'a.Lisgi. 2'OTIOS. IERFIJMLRV. Apr! ?, lL'9. 1.;. A berutifnl) lot r t Sun Hiaies and j. ..?

u'inr'e at <'liarltton, s. C. II* wa-. npiiu att-u I CUtlCKLliY. CLASS AVAUC.bAUbLLUY. \ Mantillas & Shawls I : Parasol mack Lace Veils Llwsion PfmBtrtUs.Kil I ,

,.y Iru'w. Ik in tit: ** r'MirL.il).1.! ....I I iiatt..("..42. I: TIN AVAIli, Ac, &c. i HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH 1 ---- I ) and Twisted: Silk \ [J

i tltiik bim as a r.... h.-r,<> thrall
tier IKtI valy' U) lurlninti, I'ut tu -vt. ilur !hlrIIe BITTERS t Embroidered C.llari, Ribbjn: TI imm..el Collars. ; 1 Collars anJ Si ef'fl'.
in Awt-wa. j .1 I Full "l; l'l.ff I'cMiJy drr -rrics-Zar, i iiibroiJcred Skirt, : idica nnd Mu' es Sells, I RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS. Hoop Skirt. Em'''

XTbUivf >)'. tlitr ri-rtSwfai:ieS|p-in. va'otor : T... Su;ar*.('t'iTee. Xin.*. Ilrinlu.*. Ilic. lT-" r.l fbr tKt curt Ztytffptla, Jndigettion or any, yautea Htliovt : Indies until Misses Fiulxi llaisslkrrctivfs! JUTS! AND CAPS. P.reakf-i-t Cf f.Idies. .'

the C'enlral OHI-M- V:>n. (;a. Jit ll.u' i..n a Sc'3)t. Cu"Ul'fI.llam.-.K-cII.l : Csnsdivn. I I.urbiii.; Flu-1 I flatulency Complaint,Lott anting of Appetite from a morbid inaction i Jlir eillei. Collars.VIiite Iud c..!urd. I I Em to.. Lacs

mp .t*., tvo lu::1.-! li.,;. whirl lio wu.s ill twi.ik i and Oil. TO'J.CC.I. Snuff. C t.11 Itll.1 I PpSariii. **- EfU'Le. cf tht Stomach or ouelt, produnny OrampiItyientfry I. Stilus and Jaconet }'l..uticing. I COOTS, SHOES: AM) (LOTHING. Curtains

<*t", licBtinj t'olllo.I..U'lM'j'| 11 Jh'. M.uTiron sMoiurtli ,I .'. Pr.s.rviSac'**, Pw-kl., S-nJa! Silt ati. I Colic. C/ioltra jfvrout, if c. I .. .. ;:is a. Jnlertirin il Jut received and for sale by

c"J!t. aid IJj! ;. I.I'l'- *..1-lilll.! '..-- I MI on In fir*, <'tetv t1.iaJ ""Itltn vnntid illa (.Ltn In view of the fact that every member of I Real I.ill..n. a-'ij. J. Plantation Goods. T. HAYWARD A SO: .

3.*8-' f ilw-trorL r.. .T*... !Is. ist. (in .NitMnUr i, il 5. .-.cI .'|li '|1'* f.u.n lii:it ni<' 1..1. the human family is more or less subjected to I I "a'!cls il (iirJas f oF TnJimm B i.qtis, I. I

<4 tio ..-w.1...tL, L.- ran fr tli j-..kJa'" !. All \.( til Lii Ii u < will 'or. ;'1.11.1 I s< Ti 'ii the usual some of the above complaints besides innumerable Ribbons.K H &> Outlerycs I Furnishing Goods.
_' ti\ 'U L ...1.1V I life. which '! Fmiy Dress Tiiinining, u mtiet I rdva.r.e
imrtc-wiU luutt --t tlin-o i in ( ?:< V.M GUI. (lUiMON/J! CO. other conditions in
t .
"in
|.). 'ii4t. U"Ujrfi IUI.11t.I.f lir,.,*li.'r to K:'' ulhckaiulMnj. ; !w. ".it- Ajnilt'1.11'1: I by the assistance of a little knowledge or i iban D..lIia" I Fancy i Plan: Belt* '! I P5R01 ) \ cs tV hOSIERY l C ILK. COTTON 1111.1') Oarot Cellar! .

Ea
rwkred $:'tind .ii.i ; 'I,.' rare ".;< v.n I I..'v Wltirl-! J STATE OF FLORIDA. I eo to regulate their habits of diet,_and with Fancy mil Black Velvet rJLb'M. I Oil Cloths and Matting. (k-rolsil! ts ; HI'e*>d Jeans Dran rrs.I .

-4iiaiL.--- .- fir" h.lt I.v 1t"IIJ-uld! 1.:.l. ,.a.. ...JiI the assistance of a good ucic secure jti- : Cbinlilly Y(ils. : Fancy Plain Uncles. B .!.iltl'\ Tjntl llrm'd Stitched; n.l1.:1
t2nveu iv \'\\'hl..ill.I-i I.iu-I.i-y!;.I-tl... manent health In order to accomplish this rencli tliiwii*. ) Paranoia .t Fan., HilLS 1ROJUN0SAUT I *ntmtnt plaiu anl r..inf.'r U'ntl.t'atn and f-.ii<*r

te ..!*hrn1 IK II,? fc.-.r ll!ill llwfiirt.i in i,. i 7' ,..VN: ,' desired object, the true course to pursue is, ; as < (>h..rel..u;
B"H
I.ty 1 l':n-!: and ctlier i I Super Silk i Snpei>dr ,
.' .L.RD. state of things fit the least 1 T ..j u.n
iaX J
w.* u f-o.i turf ai turmvloi 5:5 iul \u.ti-4. ffi200 1\ Dr. llostetter : I, Shuts, I I i w-wicn .n. cravats.
WLo li was ).s't i-i nrn4i.lz! rj ft r tli*N a"lit m!.* ra..- 1 1Ift. PROCLAMATION \ strength introduced and lifts to; for this this country end a prepara i : Y GOODS : l.\ ACC .GTIOXSXU ROCKERY.. I FII1 AnsI a great van.'y (.f Clack and Funcy Cravats,

iMadr lii. titvt .jtotranctf! N' thtt (.'IIl'<' in a I I 111:10.\. has HOSTETTER'S STOMACH I Fancy Brillnnts: i O nabur!., I II of tbs Sjiuifa IJ I le.
.' two !%> 11\.t< m, Imh.ti t.M. .11..1.1..11' hi or.r tion called JIu,hus Rr ivn Sliji.ting. \
ii1i'aLc rct nn ;; not I'I'I and Fruits.OIL received and fur tale ly
the which at this day is a new I Groceries Just
b Uen fi tl rd)
ilf..rnai"fj BITTERS
\ IllII.: : : i' 'n .
1kasA n..l.f\ "V.ri'1.: :!h. Ltl i: .. .. 1. '! \ \ F\ . Rr'wss Lick. .oJ u1 1 tit." ii a t unl' >ai to all who hare 4 4 1 Ji li-'i; r.-'i.U: ? PAINTS AND AGRICULTURAL
t'i if f i-i-Iii Min.astt'. that Jiiiic L I Ll'i-o.i! on f.nrd in aij years giving satisfaction :1.is\'u Hails ,
Pae tot.1ud. iijiti.i,1! li: nun <' ;, upon i 4--1 l-t--ttO- Goods.
\ .ul f-r tlw Iuuhler! ol$ I Ihnij: .,siiii S-tVf inn. lascapcil Cli .
kfttibg r..n a mil- i..I lu.it in I.I I.J1ltc5 .I and liver restoring \\hite Col'd Marseille. Aj I't..n (
*.. r- Jit.ly: ltit.t" d,... W'.jrt iTI t v .ul.. Usli 1 and i-afiiifime (\JIII j1" ti<'"'. ri'n-x. tl.irJ!Tr' the stomach, bowels and vigorous action, and I I ique Clotl, |,Malbnro I'laids ,t Stripe, conslint'y on han.1 and .,IJ at but one price, 1 1NOHAM and OrgAndy ltibcn.
.. I. )1. 801'.'.,. ('."-.' .if Mid tJtl'.I'T'l irtu: .ftUe them to a healthy i Cottoned Kept T Robe A 1. z. Ca'olina'jfeb..
in
)h. tl derutioiiGEO
.1 hit far fr.u Mus'in
< <4an<-< 1. t-o i it. \ :t t sate I of strengthening i S:1xf'ra11Swis'l j Fancy the lowest Cash bout
anl) tli.lt
the simple arid Gir Lams:
; thus process suit .
by Ch
,, sb U oTer ray'
law. a Muslins!
t.. Hrai3: tted Sw 13 \Iu*,'Blue Dtnims, I W. SCOTT. I Iolillir
d.:'Ui tT t'li" 'ion nature, ( Dt Begs. 1h.sadre D..llc-g .L3qaders
.IIIII.h'J- III jirtlm ,
Crnsh
rewmd j Bleach
iratk 1t4tsTI. !'Brown d ,
-UHW : -- 67 MUIIO Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux so | luJu Twill Lntij Cloth Mirth 1!. 185!. 12
v..k h. ran agaiutt latlv Ai-tliur. in"a r.. of two I anil ruf sh-hv.r! .\' ..r the aid) Ol oii la use Slut sit contracted by new settlers and i Tape Check, ;Pillow Case Cotton nll,1 I Ij I II A LS O-

talk $ .isi. 'ilu.iuJP ilt t.. .tr..iI.1. l.q.I?. .1liIii.ia I ttt Ma 'i i ic 'II Cit lvMEManls' .. I caused generally principally by the change of water j Ladles a'nl iliiic* Opc '. Linen, LADIES DRESS-GOODS--( I A viriety if Calioo.
Ibe IM> t ti.O ,'v-r ntl.t .lls.a tI.i': u41rttissea -' K. fill n i* atx>t.t T3 rars f ace. and diet will be speedily regulated by a i tvoiL H o", ;Lin'n fcbntin:. I Ju.t iic lye I and for sale by -
I ; .fix !' i..|.... high,, uiuli' ,l.. .t 1S;> t'r4OKHin1 B'ownJL Blench OF A S0>
it s. II .IIN: !. n s..r e tiuinf"i': 3ar II," 5 f ft 11 .r <)/ I brief use of this preparation Dyspepsia Ciino'iin1. MUm! 'AHcn.lile nil M'K'M. T I1A YW AHD

-1IIM", "..43-I..I'. The "...k r.11....",. I. 1.:1 I | *. i* a little l .t ... hair aId cvs- \ul ra:her il.uko: r.Uiur.! -t peals a forms than J .i! 3. S I II
sttIstt r ra'f <>f t t .j.llf..I; I Ift 'I.id. >\trtl.o J I r I when taken in all its various S lliiopskirt, Fancy striped Du'liugs, SA Staple Goods.
'U'.lulttC'cMD'_. fl"ia IWltill: IuItijKji.1..; I.. .a< I Ik. ,l.inlard I 'nis4bss-n IIFJI*-las a ft'nil'ill c ti4e. other ; the cause of which may always ; LaJitS C,>rsets with hip' \\hiteNivy Duck -

't'a': r1i! <.utti..| vr.t1; !.In tli* taII. ". i:1st.re! i Illlik an.I ntlier it d-iwii. sty! I 1..1.. When LP "caf"1l.e .. be any attributed to derangements of the digestive supyjoittr attained larmers Dnl'! VVILSC I II -1 /-\ BAlES Ofnalurg.
card tiid wl.t.ktisIn without fail busing I 30. O. _1J 1 PtnptdO-na'tir ".
cured
li.-ut rae air:.it-t iVrrittli aiM1 I.uiIti.1he bad knt organ. can be f.inid C".imcrei3 Planters Linen, I
kr bring luftrtKttu! nit: si tmiliujr lcat I.. te tm my _lwriH.f. 11)J are h 'r''inu, wt my |I IIOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Prim Ca Vrp ri*, I I Brown
14 it ; ia tbe .....! luat li<- look tl!1..e !1..1! au.1 h ad mi l (uu>.ii tu i>.. i.(Tix.i tK Cr. ut ::I as per directions on the bottle. For I. Black Drab DeU Dud:, Spring ( Joed?; Spring: ; Goods. j Cherokee l'laids.'

Main*:iitn-1 it. in the third heat lie k.! f.r th. fir< [a. *.] !f'al..f lIMo State il II..I.jJ.tlae.t! the j\t this disease every physician will recommend 1'ariun t Satin. I(Chinese lirnn from New I Denim Tick n s,
lull i.nd a lutif liarl >a ban. 1,1:1.t omta t.. the (SjMti.l! in TalUUfHiT, this s lit tlay (,f Bitters of some kind then why not I I II unilersigned i* uow nniTing stock of Cutteundes Side Stripe At.Ch. .
A. D 1t. known to be infallible t ; 1 via SjHvannah, H large taw Sti1es
I4.f.Jti4555qth. IracL. caund 1 lvii I b..i\\ ruta.wiiu'i M.cli I use an article ) Twill .
.at at th .5 t :11.: fal'ltij! he "iil'.I.| | .1] 1.11 '! M. 5 J.EIIIt. GontJ1It If nl\ I Every country have their Bitters as a prcTentive of- Boots & Shoes : l.lllIES'DRESS GOODS, A.tuu Fluids, .
I the Ut'vevror-Att. -t : of disease and strengthening l'lIrmrJri1Ilt., Planfes Thick, -
.sdd l..otIo( tini;!ll"r In..rtn. \Iii\- rM.T bring Ry EMBRACING '
I F. VlLLUIOtE, in general. and among them all Cieole IligUinl Gaiter, American and French Plaw-: -
ItSHt ItrUM fall wa. i.k 11 trot tli- fi..l<. ansi the system I Lashes I '
\V1url. l Lan i., ruituriti a K-a | whom this I j PI td Jac<'net ,
i the Germans from T Skirts Brcmi llnck. Tow
than Organdy and sillinl.
i AV
ba ai' Kt-n w.ssl.Iuto l wad at tr isutgIVtritt .-. I !tpil 2, l8t. people scientific C..lore.lIliSblftnl hi:tt
died ill..at r.-t1i. t.,.Lu .t.Mt ". ffFr X preparation emanated,based upon I Congress Gaiter, 0 2 Jupe j Crape More'z Crash Scotch and Russia Dupcrs.
.. .\. HAMUTuX. I STATE experiments which has attended to advance Oipey Bu kius, I a Ler, | Solid C Barfgrt.Parcge Just received and for file bv
in the t M.nslin'
Pine ,
the destiny of this great preparation heel Slippers, i Ri.bcS. I Apple T. HAYWARD & sort
AjMll i 1.3. IS39 17.1orroKTi;; ._ I medical scale of science. i Grenadine RoWs I| French JLawin .

,\ S I' 'I C 1 i In U .M'TYI: A_."tp / I I I Vtlvet White Kid Sippe-3 Slfpen, Pntrtrd Lawi and Brilli us.e.., Ac. lBoots & Shoe t>.
'ir Parasols I
I '- : FEVER AND AGUE. BioireCongrc:s Bouts Plain, Bordered rod M Antique
:BL J7I:1.ITs! I I ItiNlcnttea Mantillas, French Lace Punts, Velvet Trimmed Kip Bropans Men aJd Boys,
ties
which .
and provoking diw KS Ceuts Call P. P Boot*. RUSSETS
t1 =.\ r. r r'I '; r : ] ; Senatorial Election. ''I This trying the body of man reducing him to Patent fox London Boots Mantles, Chnntilln Lace Mantles mid Mawk, (. Tie, Kid Top C agrees,

Q jg I exists in tbe 21st i-etnt pup en ,and rendering ; Bonnet and Belt Ribbons Dies Trmimin;;*. Ac. AcD Black Cloth Top dol1en'a
l! ; 'A'A i \.\ HKKi:.VS. i varrncy i a mere shadow In a abort space of tune CAlt C. WILSON Lace Boots
11 lul Di>trict s-f- (1:1' State by. the ri'ignitiont i him physically sad mentally tuelea can be defeated I hew style Cloth Intern, English ;
I
-'- t J"1,1.| IJ linwnp N(". tb rfi"rc, t., stip1.I| lt and driven from the body by the use of nOSTETTER'3 PI:inters Shots of all kiWIS! Lasthig Brogan, Patent Oxford Ties

A. T. LYO J, caul ..CII.it H l Is reH e.itlercd) tint an elutitiiii I RENOWNED BITTERS Further any of the abov I Misses Fancy Gaiters, To Cash Purchasers. Just received and for sale by .
HAYWARD t SON
17ltuM tl.s. w.-:1 k:HJWU U.II"I..r! .I'K..U..i. .'. '..- i Ltltln\ tid DiMrirt il;the mniiner ]'n' cnled' I byla I Uted diieues can not be contracted when exposed to I Mack) Gaiter, purchasers would find it to th -ir advan- T.

,LLitu... .Vujri .'.i. lit, II....-- pt-al |P'-: .-':r.. ill infnmitag HI.M. Ur nuzrn of '1'4thehnEi.ee!! i.uil ncillny. tWIt 1t
lie ba |>ui.iia...1 tW ">11 ki *wn julU-n, I.H.j.cilyeatpttr I. (<> nuke, r<'tun -' of kid. c Iiition ill due] \ SAOM nor offends the palate and rendering nnnecetuy : Cluldreue Fancy AuVe TV, O HKla at D. C. WILSONS DOZ. Cotton PJent Whiskey

.I Ly XI r. Jaw I:ji.v wliitv IM. i* iu* tre- (nun tu the i ire ..f tl f icrctay i f Mule. i any change of diet or interruption to usual pnr- 0. Diamond Boots, ----- 12 2 libbj. Old Winchester Whiskey,
vhiiK 1 I luu biuto ttt n>yfa healthy digestion Colored Boot,
IutMltim"nv and
pu4r tali::; tu ml anal cuured I.) be tfhxvd the Great aa li conditent Goat Lace BooN,
'i', =: EJ: \: : R '? fLvl the the complaint ls thus removed M speedily SPRING AND SUMMER Old Madeira and Sherry Wines
ttt.- L : [L iiJ] Seal I IIr the Slate c.f FioriiU Da e at with the production of a thorough and permanent Bronze Gaiters Old Brandy Jeffrey's Scotch Ale,
Lp'\'e r".U rnl lUUallmr lIe H from eeIcra- Oaprto! in Ts1"hMHE'' tl Li i* 14LiIjyi2iil. ( H Bot s Pump stile I Gaiter, Cognac Beer

t ii fir ansi ...... )r. L. will UM ititr "lure la a I \ A. D, issy.M cornzs. .._ i.a .tvlu..pd yearS Calf Oxford Ties ;.I0THING Philadelphia Lager 4 PII
Onirt JI
% .
: \ 5r< >"Jvfi'r I'WP < -
few mouth die I' :. PERRY Gweiusr.'is suffering from an enfeeUed constitution and Kip IJn'gun: ,_Do jS o.i.an'- TilE LATEST STYLES VOlt isso Cott.. n Plant ttsBmp'stgfl. C. new arid justly
Who are
the (;or(nicr-.tti : I. Brand,gotten expresn'y for Southern
3P OEC O: Z? O ODL i A..P iI, 1J. VILu.rl.tE. Infirm body theM Bitten are invaluable u a restorative popular tip

fl011L I'!at.. (wd L.\'!"nreJ.rls I Secretary of Mute. of strength and vigor and needs only to be tried Hats & Caps : WlTsON'S.srnnG I' Java trade and Rio Jamaica Coffee Rum.Loaf, Crushed, Granulated .

M' l t..tu." ut pit tnt lu\'.. 11" >:1icr'r. De Lisa I t5h....\. ,f It.c Gul!(copy till day cf tl<-cth'n. I to be appreciated. And to a mother while where nursing the i Geats Fashionable CB-S Hate, D. C. Powdered White
ltedoecd tIle Pi:.mof the ntv..tai, ai, ) eirssri.tivassIiciia I j:.". 16 i these Bitten are Indispensable especially Silk" 'I Soap.Starch, Candles, Burning Fluid
I Syrups.
I \I..il.l-- ___ ___ nourishment Is inadequate to the demands I HITS
liberally
.uiUI" < f tl.t |'uti H mother's Mt. Vernon Cass AM SUMMER A lorgar. Cracker, Butter, ct-e. Ae.ALSO .

bnto..f> up 'u .!r. ll.io"> In'..t.'tie: M. CALLA WAY of the child consequently her strength must yield :I Pearl Ca s Win l or Hats 1859 -
J.
for
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O-; C.!.'/ f//../ <'JL, :jf./r' his; .'"-.I. _CQ \ and here It Is where a good tonic such ai itoitett&eStomach ii French Cass The Latest Styles A large stock of Fine Segnrs lane Chewing and
AICRCIIiNT: needed to Impart temporary strength .
__ApnlS- 'J _K __ : __ I GROCER V COMMISSION ,I and vigor Bitten to the system. Ladies should by all means N Panama I \TJ Smoking Tobacco.'F HAYV7ARD A SOX
IL Straw .
a Lf'shorn :
i iTO Two lkx.ltii10:1 AVE NC: rxc E. try this remedy for French Brown Hat, ). G. blanch IL 1S59. 11
Bon
and fresh I'l1p i iV physician who if he is acquaintedwith I
( 1ONVTANTLY oil hand loccitiw doing ask your to Pearl Cashmere Hats. 12 i
: plies "r |'revisions and mushy OrcI'li'Il. 1'0'r.aiui the virtues of the Bitters, will recommend their TtimmeJ Jlancabo Hats, March 19, 1852. jiumiEAu mi; lAMKAHis iunm.OF

}RS. .port..J| ill luting 'ovd* to fill 01.!Vis (sent r pat In all cases of weaknesS.AIT1ON.Wecaution; I S French I THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
ArOLUXTKl Saxony
tL..e.ntr\.IIn.lalI1.elowe tmaiket pnc s, ClunI j ( the public againstvising : a J'all\1)\ If Plank Road All Right CAPITAL, 91&0OOO Securely Invented.

PAY IF.PAKr\lCNT. U. S. ARMY. ) trY produce and) nil other g.ods cuu.il'"NI! to nit fur jude j any of the many imitations or counterfeita a I..sh"lo unders' ned having purchased the entire io- Office Whitlock Building, Ho-136 Xauan.
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'ALLAHAS-tL. Ajtll 20. lt-39 J i mid urtite prouipt a'Untion. The citizu* ofTalialuiwee but ask for Hoeiimut's CEUBRATTD **. ri4: and Fancy Straw HatsGentlemen's TIlE of the Georgia A Florida Plank R"ad Corner Beekman Street-
j aiid)\'iduity: 8'e r, n.clfiilly t-oiutcd! to :j BITTKU, and nee that each bottle in good travelling order establish-.
ri'HR unJ..ilt..J IM op ned isis i lLoe at tLe City STOMACH Company will i>ot the tame Company have in contemplation
'x\lolillt ansi price my pood Infers puichsngelicw words Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach rf tolls I have reduced THIS sections of
due tie c\H has the be relied on. The rates in several important
JL !
Hotel 1. tli oftsaitsarrs..sn. This
r ;fiurpo be and SUNDRIES : may Agencies
warranted to i.s side of the bottle
article rrpre the Bel Aii
iwrfubvis (.r Cij.t. T W. lrevir{ (\>irpanv c.f Voltuntetrs. )- IK-i e. i At ry jApnl Bitters" blown on the I some 25 pen cent. To persons at the Union gentlemen desiring t> act aa Agent for

.late 11 aile cert ice uf tie 1'I.it..1 Mjtf*, and stilted to tbe. .urcstr. j' stamped on the metallic cap covering : Clothing. Yankee Notion, wishing to contract by tbe season a suitable deduction tins Company will please ([apply, -by letter stating

*Lti*rj; !' .---- is on the labeLlPrepared I Iron A Nails and this road I can't stand amoftntof bo sines* that
.. tout A few dot em t- in .utu tUsduty, at Saddlery abased in this region on Agents for. and the pr'obatle .
.
I Pa. ud io4! fcy all made t, thoee running and 6 CHAUKCKV. PrtriJenLWM
.. D. nttslirgli > WM
11 n>'t tu iircteut tbio '>.1.CasTs, '1--------C. J. %*cootmt I --tll- made
.i.Li.
it. JJDr are rtUet
It. W LllICE uIIJer"iuc'.111"u1r\rathic l'hysidI\D8.llav- I Driggtsts gmtn, and dealers generally teams by tie s season when arrangements RIC1IARD3.Krebatd llOLDREI OE, Fir

l'aYlu:1"It.r. S. "rn1r. j.. ri"MIU asso-eiiteL tKtn'elve in the practice ofM tkroigtttt tbc tatted States tau, S itkiaertta CAURELLMercb.19.1859. & \XWELL. beforehand.JERE JOHN K. OAKLET. Stcrttary
L ill :
IS
ilijor I'.fice f.1I tl1tr L-gj to.announce, f.r tine int.TiH'1'Krti : ..Jidll";i\ mix' )In. found at heir: ; Ofncf .Uity Hotel I II aid GemuT.8COVIU 12 Mill April. 'M. April 9, 1859. l-StI

the t"bo.It'oOJ<,f"Vw'unturM of l-i tJi""n.tin) auPT(l'41'1.[ 1C X\tlltrd'*. liTijjin I i TaKubaM-oe, u.vlt A. CAMPBELL Dr McC'*. old!tC-.(anJ.''Moutic. M. D no'l MEAD i it i Wm. E. Anderson I Grain Cradles, &c.GPIN .

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COWPIIIIY.! ) that be v-..l l. f>ic tiit III Mvli oii, to (.. J. AVAOGOXLIl. ; M D. : NEW OHLEAIfS, LA.Wboleealo ... t For Sale. : at Law &ndSolicitor in (1&aihtTTI1lAR1ANA. CRADLES -
..rve them abu.1 the 2":!h i vi :?t1a Jirft. and fi ira I, 16 1 .. otTers for Me his tract of Attorney 1 Shell n .
.
Anti) 1r'- 1S. SUBSCRIBER %
tbtreifurAptii I SI. NA UI |* rnilE I I FLORIDA. :
dave 3r.t Jttll Trod .
few BtirSAUD
,
Sold l>r E. t known as the Centrtnllt Straw Cutfert -.
1
25! ,1S.tn.' 17-1-. SlATE OP LOinT>A, 1Ciutny | I II CO., and AMM A U\'ElVT, TaUbssefl, containing_ LAND 880 acres of Land. It cn be divided :, "Vf 7ILL attend with fidelity and protnptnt toT Sttel Weeding Hoes. ;:

i if Hamilton jst Florida. There are several entrusted his care in the Cir k' Hoen. finer Hooks a
bosiners Hilling
several pnrchaser 1 I'
no'ified bat ; as to suit any '.
id. : so
. 820-Rcw I LL |'I'r Buckets
from flue .ul>sonl r. lumir j in at I .r.tilt DtlerM'ned will petition J'I R. C. WILLIAMS m the Supreme Count at Marbauna sod the United Well CSjirf and Oak Veil
cf !
RUNAVVAV! SM-KTO \..,lml, K\Clir.L. Ir ; "a'III.r., JuUc of the Circuit Couit Notice. I April 9, 1859. 15ifI1ILLSIIOROUGU States District Courts at Apalacbieola! and Talla: Woodeft'tnd Stone CbiirM.
j & tbe ninth 'aj! of May.A. Estate of Hoe*. -
the
uilof Flt on Garden
Muill Rates
". of tn.>diuiu height:. fe. i < dn personsUvm2 e aims against hUHe. Steel
i i. about SO jenrscf tlf1
tbe t.CelI tie
J) S33. for an older r rant: ITV I leave ALL Jefferson county deeeased. N. C., 13-6m and Sloveln.Ax,Ae.
. nud brown complexion. The above regard wi'II* t.. the n- cbus Ileazley. I March J8,181.9 Spades
estate Wonp>iig ALSO-
1 real d.stnbute are
dt-.critie'I .
I mi J to uo '" ,who will JC'IT<-r l..r t. in-or i. ItJldwiii) ..f raid connttWf.ed, whether as creditors, legatee, or doe : ACADEMY. -
/ J. IW A YI.F. \KL1L tate of J iuvs S. He'd: Utr mnxlto rresetit their demands, in ; formS to MILITARY Cotton Seed CO Kcg Sails
judge tier lajul The \V t uf the AV i..sw1 tbeSEIufIii r Executor of U be last Will and leAs-. for eleven I IIurM bbo Nails e
10 years
it '
; _.Asv-iI i :3. 18. 17-tf __ N :AV 4. and the S AV i of the N K; I. of cttion tU mUmgned deeae.d within two years from, this T11 SUPERINTENDENT South Carolina was Slate Military r'A A BoAeU of Brtjds Prolific Cotton Seed.jt Plough Steel and Iron '
said
i
2. Dative 11. N ond H All of paid JU lIt of and .U thoep officer of the \ t)UJ recent J and for sale by For..l. t. 0. i,J. YrotKSrS3.
I i
Totuslup ) bar V !
t 1:. niilt. and date, otherwise For a circular address) BZARDEXlIAL
Hay fciwl L.il'' ill tl.a tvuity of II n. t&u Ti.utneet DtirDR1ediatel- Acatlcmie N. C. I .
laude l It hut jndebt,ed are ttq make C. C. TEW.-HillsW, 15-3t ,I Aril9.1S5.:9: \ r.-
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*1 .A BALES hAY just ceircd uJfcr albr rl j State t ti" 1'k4iJ.a. BEll AJuA.ApdlS. JAMtS B. RUST Ed'r. i'Mirth 12, 1863. 11'I -], St. Marcs, April 9.1639. J4T 1"'. .

JLOU vJJEAUU A DEM1AM. 1 .. MAT1UA 'iptl6.l.: I-8 'I '..**&* .-, '

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The Floridian & Journal WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, DENTISTRY. I Change of hedlle.- AMES & LIVELY, t'' Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .

OF FLORIDA. ) .
Is published every SATURDAY, by TALLAHAS SEE, FLORIDA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEFFERSON COUNTY. )

IAMCS s. JONES: & CHAS. r. DYKE, MAMTACTCCER OF CorrEnTix AND SHEET I % \ -DKALIKS 15TALLAIASSEE- I JAMES W. DtWITT. administrator of the Estate
I COMPANY. W. DeWitt. late Jtffcrtoi county
At Two DOLLA&S .r annum in A J"auee. laos WAKE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I deceased,has filed in the Probate office of Jefferson
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DEALER IN PtuWABK. ,.FAtCY AND JA.rAfSED U S. MAIL LINE. eounty. a written suggestion that he believes tile E.

TERMS 01' ADVERTISING. I tate Charles W. DeWitt ta be insolvent: Therefore
One of 12 lines or loss,first insertion f I 00 The public are respeetfcltv.informed that the I I notice is given to all persovlavingelaims
_____________ square Stove IIcnd-Qnarlcr
DR. T. J. CUR LEE said Estate
each sul!equ nt 50 STEAMSHIPSAND against to appear and file the tauie with
tt nfcsftittnal an J lUitines!Cards inserted at10 pu A SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor \WOULD return his grateful acknowledgementsV I the Judge of Probate of saul county en or before the

annum. j I| fi. and Wood Stoves,trimmed with neatoce' I' to the citizens of Georgia, and Middle MgnoUaGa1vesthn, f t 14th day of May next when there will be a pro-rata

::::: : AdvertWments not m.iik,d! with tle Dumber of I I'I and durability at reduced prices. and East Florida, for SuLer very liberal patronage I distribution of the funds belonging to said Ltstr.

insertions will be continued until forbid and charged i Out Door Work. received from them during the past five or six years. I "TT7ILL Jean New Orleans and the various TloriT I I amongst the creditors thereof at which time the aid

'. a (r.tiocty. i i RoofinJ Ornamental, Pront 'Heads.Guttering.Copper I He will continue the practice e of the above profession Y ida Ports, pu following Schedule: ; Jamts W. DeWitt will apply for his final dischargefrom
- ((1 :Certificates or publication of I Iv'al or estate ., and Tin Contacting 1ipcs. Sheet L.adSheet in those sections of country, and has made such Leave New. Orleans A the lath <& I the administration of said Kstate.
notices will not be giwn uutil the advertising fee w1.aiJ. |I Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work arrangements with manufacturers of Dental Materials Arn. Pensaeola O o the 16th .29t. ILA TIIOS.J. CHASE. Judge of Probate.

,. of every variety done at bort notice. I Norh as to enable him to put up rcti setts of on the same days. now receiving large and fresh supply of I _November_ ___ IS_ n, 1853.__, ___ .46m. __. __ ___ _
: of the popular at from Jftf toOt Arrive at the 17th tb Slat lit ARE
teth Apalachicola or "
city anti Country Merchants lin.dred dollars moes.. charged for 0 variety articles kept by Druggists. CONSUMPTION G: ? AN OLD INDIAN DOC

1 ; BLACKSMITHING! Are respectfully invited togive me a call betole pur the same in the South le; (be means usually what be ssys.)and Lan Ap1hela O on the the same caYLAT or PLANTERS PH SlCI.4.XS. TOR. UtfCTAS BRANT, while

-0- chasing elsewhere. I guarantees them'to 'be BMWrrvt ndHRKTICEABLE Marks on the same d lt 2d and others will always find at this establishment a CURED. Missionaryamong tile Indians of
.'UC .
NOTICE is hereby given that ,i fif V. B. All articles manufactned from the very as can be put up Nor or Su: I Arrive at Cedar Key the dys d 2d or 3d. full supply' of everything needed in our line and on the Rock* Mountain., discovered -
Iksl- 'Those in of his by a C vt as liberal terms as they-can be had in any Southern a RARE PLANT that prove to
I: bet.material and warranted durable. No dth r artilewill service, dropping I Cedar Key on the same days. COAat MrTION
__ [NESS will be continued 1 ,'hereto : 1 offered for safe. I note to him nee either Montccllo or Madison, Fla, Lan at Manatee .1 t Tampa the 20th fore %t the 0'D STAX1) cf D. C. WILSOX, in the ': October 20.1811on have the work done, and time t test it before paying Leave Manatee t Tampa on the same days. to and filled with the same correctness as if i RED. Bronchitis Asthma Liver CoraCL -

-I name ttjle and firm of fur it.&T Arrive at Key West on tbe-2Kt- 4fh or 5th. personally purchased by Customers. To Cash and plaintNervous Aff tioos.Cocgh.
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I The best references given if dered.December25 lyave-Key West on'thelSth and. 26tb. prompt time buyers, we feel confident in saying we I t Colds, .1(. Hating now mad hirCOVSUMPTIOV
H. B. Pitts & Co. RICHABDSON'S13R. I
eom.I 'fortu1' anti retired fron business
1858. 68 Arrive at Manatee Tamp be wlllseuJ the
Grateful for Ibe patronage heretofore extended then, I II :IS :DEDAMASKS: LJN NS --- --- Leave Manatee & same days. prUcsDrops.-*- directions for prescription end
the medi-
better and determined to R. A. Shine Jr. Arrive at Cedar the 14th & 28th. Paints, CURED. preparing
tkejr are now prepared ;; DIAPERS; &c.iONSUMERS Key on j I Putty cine Irt' rfiarge to all who desire
SPARE XO PUSS ham! LaT Cedar Key on tbewime days. Medicines I Oils j Burning Fluid it, anti will send to his
and
!! now keep agent
/ cf Ricnjiatroii's Lintnt, and those IS receiving wi constantly o Ariv at the lath 29th. Chemicals :'Dye Stuffs, I Camphine,
on tLeir pad to nceomnxxhte all who may favor I \J desirous of obtaining the genuine goodi, should sell ohenp for a large .t-f OROCER1FSufbas -,. Leave St. St1ark 0 same days.Arrive .. Perfumery, I Varnishes, I| Glass Ware I CONSUMPTION enclosing the return two stamps letter ((8 with c nU.)d to. -

them with their patronage I see that the articles they purclis are sealed] with at Apalachicrla on the 16th 30th. Fine Window Glass. pay a
__ I I Mew Pork, | Mess Beef, d Soaps CURED. scrptioa of their symptoms. The
SUCH AS the full name of the firm.IUCHAEDSON cn, I I LeaveApalachicola on the same days. Fine Tooth and Hair I Manufactured Tobacco I Old Doctor has cured more than
lr laml. Pensaeola the 17th it Slst 1st.
tONS A OWPEX, Arrna C or Brushes Patent Medicines ,
3000
Horse Shoeing Ironing and Re- (( Sugar Cured) t cases of Contumption alone.
2d. SU\IrTIO.
the T7th CO
Slst
au on or or Fine Havana
PenScla Paint Brushes, Segars, I -
and A of the soundness aaJ"durabiJ.tJ of the I Yankee & | Sugar of all | Coffee and bores aU afflicted people will
pairing Carriages Buggies II as a guarantee Syrup. .ns kin Arrive at New Orleans on the & Instruments Medicine Chests,
_ O ( Goods. And all other articles families 1@,1 ht'o.2.t Surgical I avail themselves of this -rtuni-
opp
Plantation work JJ usually .b GALVESTON A MAGNOLIA1!!! Ct&ED
of
v This caution is rendered essentially necessary as and 0 plantations. Te an extra trip to Apalachicola monthly: mak suited to Plantation anti Family use. p! ty. as the Doctor wishes to do all
every description, large quantities of inferior and defective Linen are A lot of Irish Potatoes and Onio for planting. -ALSO- the good be cm before b. dies.-
,.. Leave New Orleans on the 6th it 22d.
u" -D : i
-4 and- T.M.Carts Trnnine Wagons I prepared. season after season and sealed with the I Also on hand a quantity of Dry Goods, which will Arrive at Apalachicola on the 7th ct 23d. rt'EK WINES & lsaMllIES-rur MZDICISAL l'uljtOts.I I CONSUMPTION Address all letters to

I tli .ofc 7 j._ by Irish Houses, who, regard b sold low. Leave the 9thtt 24th. D. H. AIF.S.1. LIVELY.Oct. D.XIEI.DlE.
and iu fact every other dieeription of work made of less of the injury thus inflated alike on the American Apalachicola on 25th. 16 1858. 42 CURED. Box 5331; P. O, New York,
the 10th tt ,
Iron and Steel all of which! we WAUBANT. and pledge consumer and the manufacturers ot the genuine joodn 6ni1'e : ": on Who illJiis sold agent.
f ourielvcs ta execute ct the shortest n, <.tk&. I will not readily abandin a business so profitable, I LAN'ERS'' HofELj DANIEL LADD, Agent. "WOOD7EDDY& CO.'S January 1,1859. I-lj

ll. 15. FITTS CO. while purchasers can be imposed ou with Uuods of a Newport, Fin.DecrmlxT :_ ___ _
_Msrch l2.18t9.; 11lyN"EW woilhlcss character. 18 1858. 51 SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERIES.UIAKTKKED Notice.ALL
i J. BULLOCKE .t J. R. LOCKT. Agents, j M. Tallahassee Fla. ; .

___C" JGO ODS. I, 26 Church St., Ncw\o\1. ,J JrpIlE ---.GECY. ( : KT THE -TATE OF r.l.nUA.; ) persons lining claims apainst tie Estate of

S<-pf. IS, Ui8. ::; -Ir I SUflSCIHI3ER would respectfully inform -- I ..>* Lte.
WEBER & DAXNHEIMEB, I _L his fri. ii ile and the public! that the Bank of Columbus, Ga. Capital Prize 8.30,000( I tributes! !. are hereby rolified anil) renuire.11 to present -

P. B. lht 0 KA \V' S. alum- "idi; i11 HOTEL: will' generaly.,, on the H. AUAWS, rash., 11 M. II. "'Ol':C5, Prt.t. their .,U-mand.! iluly anihpnt.'vatetl'! to the nntler -
MERCHANT TAILORS i ned Exrentor of tho
: wcon !1,1.f >;:-tru-t' n<'xt. He iuriics the: atteatkiii Cash fapllal! $100,000 00.) TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS ; Ijst Will arnl testament < UYERY AHC) SALE ft-reai t ANn 1.EAI.Iai' ; STABLES/ of(l..- public tu its year n> date.otlier-
I n- I wise they will b* barred' .1 l all Iino'tb'rd!
_______ READ Y-.VA IU ('LlTJILJ \ G TALLAHASSEE. FLO11DA.trU7cv i Facilities for their Accommodation. r'Iin aliove '\'!,'nt: ..iti.i.!. limej !I..> siipplfd :NUTICI: TO Tiii.: ri[ UMCIS '! rrfj-icitrJ to make r4nknt; n imr. .li4t-lr.'. are

\ n r "11U: Proprietor would in- 1: It I Iwif.*; in the imn.edi.itekinity <.f the mOt theciratle I A-.1.! with, Ixdn' onw. Yt>,k. a current rules; I the rnenil-r" .f. rr firm Jrve. by way <.! pnr JAMES 1.1:E,F.x.tr.
', fiflunib'is I \ Kills diecouri-
- J GENTlEMENS'' FURNISHING GOODS, t ; : I f.rm 11111 friends anal) the / ;i ] business portion the city, prtseiitssi ti-d'at"I current late.au'InJd; pal.ichiccla.Coin for s-alc- suite. become tIle o"nerof the. !r cbnrten-d | MnrdiS, 1S&9. In Sr.x -. -
: \ t 11.\tie States cf IHlawarv, Mistnin[i and : -
Ken'nrky :
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I TALLAHASSEE :bic. hat lie l: r l-uilt hi'are ; rr.jtwR ixnrcnMKXTii -
FLA. ; Office, (up stairs) over the Store (if T. L. P otton,
Ir tl..u' i'1 tcrja. Ilnl..r Iho'? .r Notice.n
Ikk t..t.I" tI., old I m3'att-rn-at
', at taiHl, and iJ '
-
DOW 't.
E.-q, .
M. i P.
: scn-ClJIIt-I Tr. ,. > the traveler: c.r II.ir'N or pleasure! ant i is nn-ir KLLIS ''tgent.TaIlnlincr'ec I Th--r.; : ,t cf Wimin! Delaware. ,
1 rpjn uw ; l>rturtt| | -iniiiodate ti. l-i i.-i.!, and cutomrrs I I Fe'. 4 H'I. 4) Gregory Manry t< n. :I. L I IX mentis after ,il.it the uniierineti.admirdsI -
I, .L tlwir) : Store n.-.t t- !I.il.Icir.eEXTLJJfEY.: "i.i.a1Ji lit alvr L.-\- : it'u-h.-l to l.N Stnlile a $:I".I! Libckx.iiith I"d ila1!! it< :.rjK>ititmir.ts f.r the tnjovment of I -- ------ -- I n-.. I .11'.. dci.n.f d it expedient to eLiotthe' nanie of 4 tratorof lilt Estate of James H. Lr.m, late ot

: Room a wnl vK-ledh.ocl.it! i 'I'jI ? ; Ij"p.| ",-: lie wiilluve date .!h tie ail kin.I""r! 1\:1: .AM f'O MKOKT .(THE LLOCUUY; O/. nir rinn. Or nut aftr Janmry Int. 11;;:. t<. that ft Leon county, ..:.'l, will prfnt Lit cccflcnt arvl
3 SUMMER GXDS) uita.le! fur .I'laiitutio'i uiA.. K:.rre KKUI?.an.i C..rril..ork in '! GOOD LIVIXG.CCr ., t Feather Brushes & Susters. I WOOl Illim: A CO. oho uilj hereafter have the nclrrs tll the II,,. Jmfie! : of IVubatc for klroun-

( .. WI::.; 1:. the vciy !I.>! in.luinr fciul with r-rojij.ta ai J dis I \ FINE: hUPPLY 01' ALL DESCRIPTIONSilA I Dunn'iner.t of (i.e Sparta Aca,lemy Lottery,and ; tv, anti!ask for a discharge: ions rni.1 I tufniiiiigtratioa.D. .
.Dtoiftn; !j iu Tart..f rr'nl.f& and Tn: :!ii-h; Cl'itli'! O:uiiifrei patch. : HIS TERMS arc JHODCRATC.) jyC. > : ju.t received anti for !:ilv "byJIYERS the ohio n, as above cawc-1.! 'II I I S. C. WILSON I AdnitV.e5. .
l and \'t-ttilgs of the latt Mt. b.aj.j l>t qiutlhy. N -.iibor. ."., IS::. 41 HOWARD( ) riSIILUr A GORMAN; I In all!) transactions we hive leavoreJ to cnmlaet December 1S5S. 5;-f.rji

I 1iicb In-) urf |I'HTu'c,1 1 t Make tii4t| vnVr: .:i 3 I July :1, f-.S. :; I Ftltuary 2f., I IS5V. 9 1,I-"isr lm.ine?' with witetn ity and promptness, and w* -. --- --.
woikiiAa-Lke !11.1 ; .t I.!V ;-t I ._ ..: tire the public hat the patmna Ler:.fi>reti.wedon
a MIM >ii n 1.u..I.'r.: .itii i m I.r.UX".I \- I Carriagcs, Buggies, and Harness, ,1-- -- __ Notice.tIX
l I. cs H well deserving! cf fninjtransfcrridtuvur .
t: IVfciiS. Ala'1! :> -ortiiK nt uf Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo.
For Sale I IIJ P. K. Krckair.ul : Insolvent Estate Notice.Stat. j 'U.iOI Very. ros'Mctfi.lK.: '! month after .!.It.. the i.r.'kr.-i:ne>l will present -

READY-XADE CLOTHING .nf fl.'rida. I KA1L UO.\DS.\ ) S. SWtNkCO. 7 his &K: account and voiK-hers t.> the JaJ Black and Fawy SSL ('r..n.t. ui-l T-. S1.st. V,". ,'tl- rw1r, < ">--( ,. jn=t rrceivedary !' C..nniy <'f L< ,".. \ ; .'';; 'tj, {;I- D(. 13, 1t.'.3. i iOX !htbal uf Lettn enun'y. .iml apply{ f>r a Coal
tiaa, Silk i.u-lCott-41 Under SliirU, ('.,ILiI". Soci., .f 1. \:ry l.inre supply '.f l'airiar; I I ALKY: "1'. ) ; ailniinsftr.--uu: l 1."li. I I ;" .c- .r ,Jiar?" ,.: the administration i>ntlu> r..ll3.te..ifartl -
I Gw'etole.. te., .'. \ ___1.IJ-gio, aid I J.aml', "hidif.r In.tr.rs 11 i I tMrtif tll nUWIII., '':i- ,-"i'" {'h"'rl.de of -.1 0"6.- .J;"" J ..u: ."r't".1; \\oiw, 1:1)1)14.: ( <>., !Thn.'rrs :* P.TripIrtt, Kccasnl. late if Loin cntr. Fla.
I woul-I $al.- lL-; -tJml..f I -w,lo oil the n.< ft roasuuiiic! toilis.N. l.con (S;;.tJN) THOMAS II. TKIPLKTT.
tir 1111Y f'inl.ii: ermnty deceased, having file in the Probate !I Successors to S. SWAN iV CO.rPIIE .
J their tIc.ltlt.. I iWr ul-l ru'U>iiini arj tin- |nil.iptncrally. ""niibcrl4! 1 !. 1S54.: 46 I < trice. '.(*ai.l oRitity a wiitteu suri't! 1 that. lie !br- I II I -- -?- -.-- .I; Frbrnnry 1 12. Ibi'J. 'Cm .

i fur the liVral; p&tr in- Change of Schedule. wirgScUrae will I*? drawn by XToon, -
Stable.
tfd tint J,MI, 1.1"| ', r LueilH-s, *U i.itte- Months after d.itc, I shall present my final
,
\viii.n: ; :' '.'. Jlji7' _i lice that he 'ifC..II'1ffi:21' file the came with I liefudce. of ln.1alt of Faid THE Pvpnrttnmt hiving ordered a ,!'afiy mail rica l.'r April, ISi?, tt Anguia. Georgia, in pets and v"ml','t. t. the Una Judge *f '.-
1 I.. n \ \ \II EI: 'I E:It :::: ;:y: eiae.i: the Livery conntv mi or lief>re the totli ,lay of [) .- no't.1II'1 I bctwetu TulLiI.av-cc andVult.cra Mill, lie under I he auperiotruclenee "fC"mn.RrlNOlMt'S..fll J atc of Jrfffr>'in ..IIr.."-. as niir.Mratfr! ; .f the E,

I Ati-iI :. 1..V.1. 1 \v ilium: I II. Xotr-.m. iu".I.IlaN'h'! .together with the l n there ,,itlM a pro nile distribution(>( the fund I the Train \\ill run on and after (tLc first of January 14 Untie >.< w..I..I.IJ""il 2. 185'. latpf ANN B.II.Khte: *f mid count r.ckccsgol, .

grunj T t iI! 01'Iho 1."talli.Jdlll'ut.) nud that he i* now !i of 62Kl estate amrmjjvt -ereditois of said l estate lthtfasfoUows : ('"..f 1reWA .:".*,.".' ,, April *), lMS9. t sail a k for a ttncl r a _'i- from .l.1 a.ImihiitrutioD.JAMFS .
:i3roonie & Thompson prepared l to CJTV tm the business in all its brant he*, i! I). W. (;SWYX.V. Jud aii-1 pr.n.i"1 tin pui.fic; i.'ffi! god a-.fomiii-xl.tt.ion* ,I March 19, 1659. 12-Cni Leave Tallahassee d.iilv ii'1 1' M. (1.wl lJ",1I"1I :n. IMS. 4t-Cm
17 F-tltuk'dtlI, .
.PC1.UZ\n.di.n.: ) '1CI ill bis iiiif >>u 2- OaunaLl'1 trrnt- -- ,-. .-. -, -- --- -- -- Arrive at W.'Ilkrr'llil tv .. .:.:0 P. M. '/. IS Draw ? pril23, 1859.I -- .. -
/ HUunliiy, Apfil'M; 1S33. !
-- UfllRD SAfNDERS.s I A Card Leave Walker's Mill daily at-------8 A. M. i jwouce.

I ,f"HI: r.t hreihiI.1I Ila,'.' f."11..1! a c.. p.utiKrdiin (-p. G, iv*rt s 1; Arrive Tallahassee by.$0 A.M. I THE PLAX UFH1XVLK. \ '.!:.. SIX MentU after date, I shall I'rt iit my final
i. undct rU n.IIInf: |1i1i4kM1 i 1.1. II 1 Hull OX, --. I -0-- Connecting at Walker's Mill with Post Coaches via : .I'! ( and vouchers: to the Honorable Judgeof
Ii i.f Ibe tmniartJ i.l a NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. K.: r. T.. JILAKE Moptictllo to Albany every evenng; of the week excepting 50,000 Tickets Probate of Jefferson cr.ni.ly, r.s administratrix! of

1! (;/;.\/;/:. /. ((JJJll.) SJO.1l1".fV/:.: i Rritr o/' the rrl/cc Slates Land Ojpcc Sunday, nnd) twice a week connecting with I the Estate if Je?!e Crant'uni.; late vt mill ci.unty,
1 thC <-itrciitaisiiiii.t.. lln-y vii! giie prompt rIMII': IInIJ.rlIZU'O I,c, l la c to mftuin the titi.ZC1144 I TALLAHASSEE, FI.A., Coaches running Madison Alligator Baldwin sod 5,185 PHIZES [I deceased, and a JL
of T"Ihl.a."c) sal! ''ilnih'; that lie has NEAKLY: ONE TEIZE istration. RCDCCCA
Kttcntioii 4' tbf) Kil or Hitipijitiit vf eottuu and oth \ ) Jack onTill'3.On. TO EVEEY SINE TKKEETS GRANTHAM, AJmtx.
opened a carrii,'(. l1."p! i in this! ji'ace' j;.inirUrokaw's i his services to act as A.E>T for persons Oct. SO, 185S.
1k. I |.TtodiKr! and 111 i:1: ola1.. i, .al l ah.K", .- on coti.ii : OFFERS the Ttillulutxscc Railroad : GXIFICEXT _. 44-Cm
!* to enter l.iml hi in the Stuto Land Office. SCHEME! .
ieut' I. r FSC' l I.'r .t'r f..r .lliJlln..t t.ll.t-ir) fin i.I, in Livrry Stables, and! to business, in of the State Leave TalLiLoeacc daily (....pt Sunday) -- ---

I 'irnzaI ( 'lw.Jr.m, .'b. ) "r/ fir I.ira/I. in the l-uildin:; formerly occupied by J. L. (ronm 8ATIKPAT. IX APRIL! I 1 Notice.
Cpit"i Arrive at St. Marks .. .. . 1 Prize of. 50.000 1 Prizes of. ,.$1500 i iI"
by 11.25 A. }I.
1 11.ey ill! n.'t..tiate: the I principal mill Let nt the whore b!i ia prcpaied to do all Kinds) of work in his prorn-stion to and bf stowed.Jlajw SIX Months after the first publication cf this no
1'iutal the pale I'.oiiJ lice the shortest notice and labr Leave St. Marks daily (except Sunday) 20,000 5O'. 500 ;, the
1 Ktatr i4 i-ued by the Slate at on the most of' Tovrn"hips .: or SUWANKEE RIVER: e, undersigned administrator of Jh* Estateof
--by the ecvrntl JUiinmd C.trpaijcs-I.i J the couiiti furnished at from two five dollars each,in advance.Januaty at. .. . . .. . .. 2.1S P.M. 1" 10.000 100 400 | Leonora P. Crcn haw, deceased,lute of Leon
.oriucorH| >rale _. '
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4,000 100 .
1 will rrtvive nod utc ciders fcr such ai carriage and with Post Conch to arrival 1" ; 150 I Hon. of
tie. an ex investrocut painting trimming; making new Connecting New Port on I Judge Probate of eaid county and ask to be
,1, .' in (the same. Tii y will atteud to the purchase t! bugivs and wagons, and all kinds of repairing. A. J. PEELER'S o and which returns before the departure of the 1" 3,000 100 100 I d miued. J. C. CRENSHAW, Admfr.
I crealecf i The undersigned ii prepared to do this kind of Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers between Approximation Prize j January 8, 1859. 2-6m
work as well and in the latest style, as it can be LAW &. COLLECTION OFFICE New Orleans. Key West and Cuba, and intermediate of to ----- -- -
4 Prizes $400 fSO.OOO $1.600
appro'g. prize are
IlKAL
i CSTATK: I IN TillS CITY
I done at the North. the at St. their Notice.SIX
TAtLAIUSSE, FLORIDA. points on Gulf arriving Marks on way 4 U 300" 20,000 1,200 .
t'r in any t')vrn or county in the Mi-Ult. Ennlirn or&oulfnrn All those who have tLis kind of work to do. and Practice iu the Circuit of to Key West on the 18th and 1st or 2nd of each 4" 250" 10,000 1,000 'I months. after date shall final
I Itii4rtft/<>ri
It pnipirly for sale, will tin well to furn!.!h them plats, satisfaction, wet M do well to call on attend to the collection of note and accounts New Orleans on the 15th and 29th of each month. 4 "200 4.009" 800 I' bate Jefferson county as administrator ft the Estate -

I I'' with accurate dlscriptVus; of quality, location improvements WM. KUHNS. I a promptly any said Counties. Whenever these days come ou Sunday the Train 4" 150" 3,000" 600 of William Bellamy late of said deceased

I "f I. price, terms, Acv ith the name of some July 10. _1858... 28BLACKSMITHING C5f Office in the Capitol, opposite the door of th will run on that day' to connectEDWARD i 4 100" 1. 00" 400 and ask for a discharge from said aJmioiitrSx-county -

:'H" gierson vilio will? KK>W the proK-rty| on application. ---- I Attorney's Gena office. HOUSTOUN, I 5,000 'prizes of 20 are. .. . .. .. .100,000 tion. SMITH SIMKIX3, Admt'r.
We will attend tu the settlement fOf claims
lgainlltlit' Feb. 27, 'I( frest. 4Sup't.. -- December 25, 1858. 52-6m

$I the Fcdeialr Plate Government for services or January 1, l85. 1 6,485 Prizes amounting to. .. .. .. .320,000 -- .---- -- ----,--
1 i euhiilitutc during the recent Indian War. milE SUBSCRIBER gives DOJL In Circuit Court Leon Co. and Stats
of
I n I In addition to their Comm l\.ion Department, the tice that be has opened hJs th SCHEDULE OF-TRAINS-- WBOI TICKETS |10 ; Huns 15 ; QUARTEKS $2)) Notice.OIX -

lit' vndernlgiicd; have purchased the entire _______[BLACKSMITH SHOP again in of Florida, Middle Circuit. ON THEFLOHTDAEAILROAD fST A CIRCULAR ifuHotnff OH plane/Of Lotterttn wilt months after date, I shall present my final as-
STOCK of DOOM of Messrs. ELLIS 4 THOMPSON connection with bis LivcaT STABLES, where be will Joseph D.Turner, by his neatfriend tit ttut to any out dwirom/r..riflilt/, f joo k. count and vouchers to the HDD.Judge of Probst-
hare done all kinds of Plantation and Joshua :-
Carriage work. Taylor, Jefferson administratrix
to 'Wbi.b they will make large addition at an early r,. Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow county as of the Estate
-ALSOfHORSE I Chancery. of Jesse Grantham, bite of said couaty, deceived ami
i iI:1' day. They will keep constantly ou hand an extensive Tbmas L Leonard, Executor,} rates which is the risk: ask for a discharge from said a-lnikiiMratioii.

t. I and well assorted Stock of SHOEING in the very best manner;
I II' "I Dry Goods, Hats, Boots & Shoes, Clothing, weevery endeavor to have work U 10 Half .40 December 25. 1858. 52-Cm- :
with and to suit customers. LEAVES
rh : f .Saddlery and Harness, Groceries, (Liquors dispatch, P. B. BROKAW. UPON satisfactory evidence that James C. Ttrr FERNANDJNA DAILY, M 10 Quarter 20 ---
I one of the Defendants in the stated (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED 'I 10 Eighth 10 Notice.SIX
.; excepted,) Provisions, Plantation January 1. l85. 1 abT ) .
Utensils Doors Windows suit, resides beyond the limits of the Stt Fonda N arrival Steamers from Charleston *nd Savannah In ordering Tickets Certificates, enclose the months after I shall ., ...
O date .
a
present "
but within the limits of the State to address for the Tickets ordered, r.IJ
; connecting at Crilrfm with Stage for money our pn receipt -
:. .1.!? ,'tlf> and other Building Materials jETNAINSURANCE adjudged, ordere a dere that said James O. Trader's Hill and Centreville, Ga;at Baldwin with of which they will be forwarded by first mail Jefferson and vouchers administrator to the Hoo. Ju.fce
., I ,Furniture Iron, CONPANY Turner to the Bill of Con- Stage for Tallahassee; at Trail Bridge whit Stagefor Pnrchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they B. Loch latj county of said as of the Estate <
I ; Hardware and Cutlery! Castings and a great plant filed in this cause by the first Monday in June Mid bu,; and at Starke with Stages fer New- may designate. discharge, from saKha/lmiiustrati tuuntv.. deceased%. a-! :, 1 r-

I variety of other articles. OF HARTFORD. net else this Bi wi be taken po tfu Prwidd naosrille, (CfoHtsrill, Micanopy Flemington and The List Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be E. E. BLACKBURN.. f,
the .
to after
This published Ooala. sent purchasers immediately dtwing.t.
All of which they will sell at Wholesale or Retail II paper November IS, 1853. 46-6m
fur CASH Country Produce, or good commercial in Ctartcr City of Tallahassee for the trace of three LEAVE StarVe daily,(Sundays excepted) on arrival .5 Purchasers will please write their signature --- -- ---
Incorporated Perpetual.0
.
,, ceptances, at prices that will oemjwre farvorab'.y! months next, before said first Monday in June. I: ot Stages and connecting at Fernandina with; plant and give their Post Office, County and State. Notice.SIX I
I with those of any city in UM 8it Woe write merchants Done and ordered at Chambers this Slst Janual.I Steamers for Savannah and Charleston ou Monday, J37 Remember that every Prize is drawn and .

I and all other purchasers to examine our stock. CASH CAPITAL,-81,000OOO. 1859. J. WATLES BAKER Tuesday Wednesday wd Friday.A. payable, in full without deduction. month from the firt publication} of this no
JAMES E. BROOME A true copy-Attest: 0. Cr. JL COLE Sup't. aAll prizes of 1,000 and under paid i me the underpinned executrix of the last Will

B. W. THOMPSON. IXflCRE AO AH STI99 AND DAMAGE BY FIKJE, February 61859. S3mWaueenah May 1, 1858. 18 diately after the drawing-other. prizes at the ml and testament of the late Henry Saxon deceased,

t t February 19, IS5!. -4y VNTW.M3 AND CONSISTENT OF ADAPTED COMPENSATION.WITH TO TJIK THE HAZARD LAWd \ Academy -Dwelling for Sale r-! time of thirty NOTICE days.TO CORRESPONDENTS I Jude will present of Probate her final of Leon nccmmt county and] and vouchers ask, to to be the iimi.ved. *-

NOTICE. B. C. LEWIS E well known residence of the Those who prefer not sending money by mail, can ELIZA BETH SAXON Exfr.
RAIL-ROAD Agent, FLORI DA. T
subscriber, situated on the 200! foot .... use the Atlamt! Etprei Cv>nj>any, whereby money November 1$, 185S. 4G-Gni
: m retm -. For Tallahassc and vicinity.AugutI5. pHE TRUSTEf of WAUKEEXAII ACADE-- street i ilJ new offered for sale-terms be ;; : "' for Tickets, in sums of $10, and upwards, caobe !rntas I __ _
t 1857. 33DISSOLUTION _L the services of Mr. SAMCEIPA at our risk and from city town .
hae low. The house contains 6 room. with_ expense any rr Notice.SIX
r 1"MlE attention of Consigners of goods by theT.llaliaasee.iL OF "CO. A/ H-.a Graduate of Harvard CoIfge. and a large basement dining-room, and is one ot the most where they have an office. The money and order : .
U I Pcneacoh .t Georgia i Railroads an experienced Teacher, A principal pres. comfortable dwellings in the city.A must be enclosed in a "Government Post Office months after d.tc.! the un>ierst ne is respccUuIIy called U> toe iuilunuip; t.api CO PABTIiERSHIP. tit \far. ptid I <
1 Ride !, Of TalMm'wr: ,f j'r ?. ,f f" ,>. /.'. .7:. Cn. : FIRM licirtof.-re un-Jtr! i : Co the Iii;li wlucatienal advantages cnnareo, *n: nun u u amruvic nr-;>!rngc.U.H.BERKY. receive them. late of Leon county, deceased will present his ae-
xistinr the
I freights ar* pavaM: in cash ..n .i.lin'r." of goods Iats'l Mylf CARDV n.of CO mune: 1'la..J whl; he nt.rd.e by this Institution for the invtrucUon Agent. All communications.strictly confidential. court and rourher to the' lIn, John f t>t Prubate forsaul
1i I nnj utorajo vill \\r <-liarc <-n viiicl IiPgo\, day iliiilv by aiutu.il con,-.nt. la th" of yonhi! <> both coxc". TERMS-Price f SJOO, one.Ulf cj-h, the C".ee Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to county and ask iW a iWharz from said adinii'ic.tratitii. -
1 after the follow i The Academic yeaiill I IK tliridcd into three 1 2 and 3 credit 8 I H. U. WILSON
i-ijj peii.vl-i: JOSEPH: CARDY I, years: cent. interest, with: mortgage WOOD. EDDY A CO., Ansntti.Gfrglii.;
To Conei in Tlkdiaa.e' term.u follows: i! Dtc. 5, 1S53. 52-6tn Surviving Adt
necs 3 J.'t on
1 propeity.
)I. WILLIAM EDDY & ._ _
KAYA. cr. WOOD CO.. AtLnti. Georgu.or _
L 1"il
term from
within G cniks.1adepotG Jam3ry1 to April 13. February I:. 1859. 7FISK'S
H w M M I2U U j U JOHN CARDY. I Second term ( ;to Jclv 29. -- -- WOOD, EDDY & CO. Wirmir! ;t.,i., Dil.J2f Notice.
Jcnu.irj S?. 189. G PATEAT JNETALIC
I. ," over 12 HTliis Third term from Sept.St* to December 23. A list of the numbers that ire drawn from I rnobth after
date I shall
rule will;: be etrictly sdiereJ! \iinj pall I NoTICE. A thorough examination of all the classes will be BURIAL CASES; the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that e4et.COIC SIX' and vom.hers to the Hon.present Judge my of final Pro-
for made at the close of term. entitled to, will be after ,ira
sending gonds arc r'quul"l to comply therewith every published every \- tote, JefTiiion .
unt
j ( as aJ'ii&i trntt>r of the K.-
the caunct be .delivered.E. rpIIEIcsinrs of the hte firm CARDY, IIAYA intr, iJ the following '' ,
CJf goods 1aTES OF INSTSrCTIOX : papers: Augusta ( l''') Ct'1nituti..n.'llii..t. I tate of llartwell W atki *. late of aid d

I t'STOUN. Sept .1. k CO., will be contisut-d by Course. .. . .f 50 term.Acadoiliic ... New Oil.'nns Delta. Mobile Register i c'a Primary '
.
*.Sentinel and Quiocv pap..rcopy.February JOSI I'JI & JOHX CARDV, ; Course, first t per [ :;; i Ch..rlf'ston Standard' Nashville Gazette, Altarlll' In- I ( WY. W. HEIR Admt'r.
1t j C r.. 1 59.; l I ( year) 0 l per term. teihigeneer. New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah I I
xrhu w ill sttUo all notes and arcow.tn t>( the late fitn. I :"lm1ie Cvuree (after first). I 00 per term. January 8, 185?. 2fmNotice.
: Morning News Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch ___ _______
JOSEPH CARDY, Cla'sicsil Cvvitf .. .. 16 00 <
11 per term
Notice.SIX Pauldinj (Miss[ ) Clarion nod Little Rock
Eath Mouorii Roscirood FinUJicd- Latest l'alcnt.-) ,
in
JOUN CARDY.Tallihassce Language to those Acadmic
CoureG (Ark,) True Democrat.Nov. .
mouths aflr date, I. as adininistrator rf the Jan. 20, JSi 9. C-3m ? 00 per ttrm A1H-T1OHT A>D tSDESTRUCTIBLE.A I
1 : t.ates cf Richard R l.Via and Caroline G. Cvl -- -- ---- Ii Academy, Tax and! Fuel 25 to 50 cents per term.Board'in SU PPLY of all s'zea kept constantly on handTJu 14.. E._____ ___4 -.1- __ ALL"persons Cude Godbtikl.indebted to the ailinuiwtrator of tk

j1;i l late of Jefffr on county. Floiida! deeoa ed, I shall I 7IEDICAL! OTICI0 private families from ts 00' to $10 00 per by T. J. RAWLS, Undertaker. MILES NASH &TCO. I immediately! asd settle at are the hereby office of requested to call
,- present nvy fiml accounts with the said Estates to -- -- men'h. November 20, Ib58. 41
,' the lion. Court of Prolate' of said county and uk J. B. TAYLOR.. .. .J. S. BOND. In addition; to the customary English branches, ;lat 0 Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. I October 23, 1S58. <3 A.P. AMAKER.

the said couit for a discharge from niv "administratorship ruction t will be given in Cook keeping the higher I Ins lvenEsta e Notice. TUST received from N'wY&rkpC"rlmrk R.II.! GamJ ___ ._ _t_ ______ __ .
jj'l hereof cording to law. ASA 11.\Y. Drs. Taylor & Bond, Mathematics, coil in Latin, Greek.lWnrli and ?panih. < We, a general assortment of articles in our line,
November 20.1853. 47-Cm associated in the of i Applications for admission should be made to State of Florida )l such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning Flaiu, I Notice.
Medicine.
HAVE practice Of. the or JOHN A. County ef Leon. f White Lead Zinc and other paints. Window Glass of
Principal EDWARDS.
at the OLD STAND of Dr. I months after date, th ; will
< uadersigned
t Insolvent Estate Notice Tallahassee, February :65!) Tailor.6 S(C'V Board of Trustees. 1) W. B. HODGSON, Executor of the last Will best quality, Putty Broshes Pofa!h.Solo Sparkling I SIX their final account ned vouchers to the U pre>n.JudfTf .
January 29. 1859. JLand Testament of Charles Aliijood, late of 3elatni,London Mustard French Brandy( be.t,)
-1 -- very c-f Probate
it State of Florid { ----- ----- ------ 5Zm ,of Leon eottty, aixl I auk to be dismi.
Leon ,deceased having filed in the Probate For medicinal ,Spioes, Lemon
county purposes Pepper. Syrup, .
Leon. On -!eil from the further admix.ritration of the Estate
u Couutyof M.)tLIITLETOX Consignment. I SYRUP & PORK r office of said county a written surgestion that he be. Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Bucho I of Lovet Green,dert-asrd.late of said .
WHITE n.lmiai.Irator! / of the 'CDBLS." riant Extra and : I eves the Estate of the said CLarle Alli ood) to be to. .le. and a general ortment of Popular Patent county.JOL'N
W. Tuwneuid, late of Lcou county 0 fine" FLOUR, 'Superv- BAI & : T lertlu(it rtt ixtlce is hereby givhn to all Medicines. We keep none but the very best an'dbope DUGGAR.dmt"r..
ELCY
:
deovased. Admt.LJaDuary
having Clod in the Probate office of GREEN
baring claims against said Estate to to merit
MOO Ibs. Sides appear lour
I said county a written suggestion that 1 he believes the llELSI. patronage.MILES 29 1659. 5Cm
file U Vith
2000 ShouIJt.'ra.f 4eame, the Judge of Probate of said NASH i CO.
I estate of the said John W.Tow* 'nllo be iu olv 1 t, then-fore notice is hereby given to all pctvons having Hams. Stag :.Shays beet Sugar Cured cy "cs' when there will be a pro rat a distribution of the ----- Notice.SIX .
agairst said vsl&to to arr ar and l file the same "PLENTY good SYRUP and PORK BARRELS funds of said Estate
10 bbla.Olivers"l amongst the creditors of said months after date the nnder'ijncd will pre
:j with the Judge of Probate of>ail county.on btforc Whiskey.TEBJH JL for sl here. ALSO--coarse or fine Key West Estate. his final accounts and voucher to the Judge

I the 20lli day of September next.\hen there rill be a R.: H.C.UIl.- SALT LADD'S, Ne.prt F D. W. GWYNN Judge of Probate. TilE undersigned has resumed work* of Probate .f Leon county as .dmini.ti*tor on the
;: pro rata distiibution of said e tate arn'r;st the credjtors Feb 26, 1859. 9 BERRY, Com Mer. I Nov. 20..JS58. 47 March n, 1859. 12m town and has opened a Shop in estate of Stephen Mm ton. deceased. late of askl
of said estate.
the same building with Mr.Kuhn's Car-_ county, ud ask to be discharged therefrom.
Ig D.: \v. CWYNN, Judge cf Probate. 1858. riasre Shop, opposite the Exchange where all kindsof JO&JOHN WILLIAMS AdD .
t March 19, 1859. i 12-Cm State Bank of Florida, :lc- Black-imithing will be done with neatness and March 12, 1639. It-Gus
! -AT- OF THK A HOST DESISABtE ASSOSTME3T OF despatch. He can refer with confidence to those
I.82O'Rew j.ii who have patronized him heretofore for the character *

'. 10 from tb* nbscribrr.on the 8th TALLAIIA8SEE.CJr Farmers' & Exchange Bank FRESH GARDEN SEEDS of his work. FRANCIS PAYNE NoticeA .

BJu"iAW'AY boj aunicd FRANK. He! I : OFFICE IX HCTGERS' BCILDIXC. .t: OF CHARLESTON. Warranted Growth of 1858! JanDl1'18.1858.tI i persons kavinj' demands against tie estate
4 is about five feet ten iucbe )Lrjh; and rather of Benjamin Manning.Jeeeased, late of Leon'eoantl.
S copper colored.I ,I ;XCHANGEONNEW YORK AND SIGHT EXCHANGE ON 'NW"ORI NEW rpEESE SEED are procured from a cold climate SUPERIOR.BURNING ,are rrq aired to present them properly sutL -

will pay the above reward for his delivery to me I SmUT .ORLDANS FOR SALE. AND JL aDd will consequently flourish the better in a FLUID ntie ted, to the admioJlltno1nr within the lime pre

at ny house or safe lodgment the Monticello JaiL FOR S. warmer coo like ours. scribed by lav. or they 'will !.barred; end aU.t these
P. a BIRD. I W. R. PETTES. WM. BAILEY President L tg Call early or send your orders that you may TTTAREENTEO FRESH. For sale at tie Drug iodeU are requested male payment nntnediatfly.

: March, I!, j I 3;;.. 15 February 19 I S Cube. A. DEAK AreL get the varieties desired. AMES LIVELY. VY Store of BARNARD. A.1L MANNING, Adm'r.
8
Tallahassee Dee 1858. 185V. 2
January 8. January 1,1659. 1cjIE i Maccl. 3, 1839. 10w

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