The Floridian & journal
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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 30, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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professional nno gnsmfss (OrBs.! : A. GALLII!, THE OLD iussi.iNSOLDff". !I cypher, but! with: a'r ring ho wore on his fi.-ger. I K0'Then ''' ( y,* luI Sll-p-r-Jt\ -...,. -------------- i.-- -' --- -. -

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ICUICAL ()"'Icr;. IX BY ALEXANDER DCJtA: / I!! Remember that I have chosen thee V hrr? were we coin f I knew not.- upon him at his: house, and! haJ-a long
-- DRY GOODS PRO\VISIO U). I II '! thousand: to execute my orders," lie amonga said, ., .\\ hat vei' ': w? prying to do ? I was equally interview' with Li'n, which recn/.ed: .'; 'coreflefelj : : -

Dr. Win. F. Shine, J, I I was j'd: cigltcenyearg of age, and tad I II I! because} I t'ioigl' they! r.'otild: be wtllvxc- rilrrnt. I had only to scf, the action itself J disarming; his hostile fteiing., At the
I ecu rerung for txVo 'I (; did not b.' i-uriJ'T lie told m, Trankly ho was the
concern me.
rP'1t" ns P.OFE:"MO\M, si-Evicts 10 THE rrBUcOFFICE A > 1> years as. eisign, in the cuted by thee. {
ndjonwj that *f Prtl. iambic .l: Dettun GROCERIES GENERAL.Xuvtmbcr I PauloTtky regiment. The reg"/ent: : was ttationcd \! '. I shall ever have }before my, eyrs (the olJe. ( Wo started. Through my position! : the oM i friend of"President Lope at the conclusion

5 ?, 1W8. 1 -ly I nt .the great bni'ding' sti. standing! 1 1's I : nro I h\\e my emperor," I replied. ( man's knees wet between mine, I felt them ho avowed I himself our fiiend, and with mv

S .--- --- --IS. 1F68 4C j (the other sMo! of the Champ
MILES HASH & co 'I' site the Summer Gtrden.: Tlio KmjHjror II dust! and I am even.thing.' i I was buttoned tip in a IIH"r.froek:: and :1 friend' Lope; of our lofty and elevated sentiments .

FRESh GARDENcrcwt11 SEEDS. Paul li.ul reigned for three 3ein, and litcd I await yo ir majesty's order..' J| yet the cold reached us. The prisoirei(; was and desire for reace.

lItL1IL K IN i I, in (the Utd Palace, which had just been com 'Tako this Inter ; earn it to the :' almost!' naked, ""t the rovernor had ofiercd: When I reached :.ranJ, the cafiMl of the

DRUGS, 3&4& PALMS: : : of: 1868. pleted.! I of .the fortref : accompany him 'where governor*erhc : him! no COVciiigs. I'r a moment 1 thought I I .rgeirtne!: '."'.ntratim! I met (/cncralljr.,

I One tiighltlien! I had been refustd leave, may he pleased to take thee, ho present at of taking off my coat and oil ('I in'; it to 1 Liar II qniza, the President" :: aul had a long interview

MEDICINES, J{?1| OILS I owing to some [Lojish prank, anJ! r\is alone what he does! and come and tell trio 1 have ': the govenior guet ed my intention.! I I with bln", tte Jcnor of which is preserved by
i GUM DROPS, |, in the guard room asleep I was arojsed by seen.; It U not worth while,' he said. S my Secretary.:; Mr. Ward, and sent to the
inform tlir !lI' nnJ tl
now >* puMie. .
I T. t.hhI\t Ol hdn.11I. !ro
rtieUs as"are :jeneralh\ Ue.t| in tlwir line oiiJ businf'f" I! .uid I whimpered I in my Car: D mitri .llexan "I have en'-thou underslandest ? 'I i sledge' took tire direction of Cronsladf. Tin- every inch n si.der.! ? :In.1VIlo in (that inter-

< will be reccmu; rejulailv. fresh tlul, liu. Tliehterms FOR rof 6V/.S A.\O COLDS I droiitch( arise, and follow me." have seen." \vinl c.-'mct-.Ttlio! Kaltic, and blew furiously ; liew, bv_ 'his chitaliou fimkiirsJ, hall won *

(.ball be reasonable.T.tlUhaaEer. '. Ju-t it-coved. at (lie Dan; STOLE tf I] I opened nJY eyes ; a man was ttU1dil1""l Yes, tire.' j i I the,! sleet cut our faces ; through: ourryrs rapidly upo.i my confijoiice( tendered 1 iro his

-; \I'I iil '(IJ 1 1S53- -14.. : EDWARD UAKXARD, Jn. before m!', who repeated the invitation 'Go !' S S j I bad! grown accustomed lo (the darkness, we mediation, which of course I was forced to

Dr. Miles H. Nash I __Ta11ahaeee.). < Dewmb) r 18/1S5S: ._ ._ __51Wm. I as I was awake. And he opened hio-.s('lf tha door by which I could not see ten yards hefoie us. decline' < as I informed him, for tiro reasons-
n 'S I't4u'tv !" f | At last in the midst of first, because instructions bid not Sntici-
you repeated, and where I bad l entere I ; my conductor wa'' awaiting we stopped; a fuiio;;s ; my
o'rtLi" NI" r&orEsEUVKTIJTO TlE<'ITIZlJiolior: I E. Anderson, I 1101" The closed tile door after I storm. We must have been" about a league I| pated such an event ; and second, because
emperor me
A.LUUAJI".E .t.p lll.k.1U"J'G "( IIoTn;: t [ cannot telljou. Still |I and 1 a half from St. Petersburg. The i two out of the threa points of difference were
\ttcrr.rl} at Law and Solicitor in Clisutcry, I you may tnou repeating : Dust t, dust, dust I goter-J
/ \'FFIcr: with Dr. M. Nas1iiinineiatdy l lilaj es1of the. off the and j points of honor, and imtirn. rio than
( a
'SSI &v.t o:1lll. S that I come from the emf>cror. I stood all amazement on the threshliold.. I nor, got wedge, went up to tire | more
19 1855. 20 JIARIAXXA. FLORIDA. I I shuddered.' From the emperorVhat! i Come,' conductor said to :other The soldiers! bad already got off, each i ii > an individual, could arbitrate its honor. But
.. : "ytriLL i'.Icud 1 with fiJdilJoaucJ |romptnf toT my me. I I tssa-t'd! him that! v.inl.-t: I
could ho want of me i holding the tool ho had boon ordered to ; was compelled to
-- -- --- - T any tusinets (ntri:stcd to }.is care III the Cir.enit a poor ensign! of good I We left tie} palace: by a different route. A bring
E. BAHNAnH) Jr. but 'Cut a bole in tie! ice the said 'I decline his mediat'on! as the bearer of the olive .
Courts! of FinuLlin Wasli.ngtcn; and JncVson {family, too remote from the throne fr sledge' was awaiting us in the court-yard. governor j
in tie Sapreme Coutt at Ial .\UI1ft. and tho n nitp.iI l lI I'' mv n:1me'rr to have reached the emperor's I 'Fliea"re. bate of the palace looking on the FOII- to them. I I i branch, and knowing the liews of (the ad-
I Static. District: Courts it Apalachico.a and TallaLawre. I reimmbercd the gloomy Rus! eii) | tanka bridge was opened( and the Eledgo I could not restrain a cry of terror. I began j I i ministration, and its anxiety for an amicablebut

RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS ; proverb( which originated in the time of InnI I to comprehend. I honorable adjustment of unhappy difficulties
j March S r., 1819.; 1:-6m J' started at a hand gaHop.! We crossed the
J3J: &T TUB: OLD hTNP, b1G! ---- -- ----- I the Terrible : near the Czar: near death." place, and reached the banks of the e\'n.- 'Ah. !the old man muttered, with an accent I I should f-el grateful to him fur any

i Hom opathy. Still I dared not hesitate, I leaped from the( j' Our horses rushed upon the ice, and guidedby I resembling the laugh of a skeleton, 'then I kind offices ho might employ in carrying out
bd and dres I at. of Peter and Paul
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belfry traversed
OF iun ct MORTARS I A. ( '''?IIJLL: M.'CA.T', M..C.J. WAG O,LB,M. D. I wo !
: entirely at the man who bad come to wake i she had forgotton me. the General, with a kind of electric
I.. :3 t t rIlhIE undersigr.ed HomfPopathic I'hpicinnsllu- i the river. Tho night was gloomy, tho wind I
rnrof Ciin'on and Monroe 51.1 etI,Tallahufe sIS leg .ifMK-i.ited tbeo.,elves in the practice of m<'. Although wrapped in his pelisse, I fan- ]howled in a mournful and terrib6! manner.I .- Of what empress was he talking? There spontaneity! Sprang from his seat, and striking

January 19. !*'.":. a j i }JloJieme may lie found at their Offices, City. Hotel cied I could recognize old Turkish tlave, [had scarcely noticed we had reached dry had passed away in succession, Anne, Elizabeth his breast fiercely with his hand, said : I ama

'- -- 5 :: Tallaha sfe, and at Dr JIcC's. old stand llonticello. first the barber, then the favorite of the Era- arrived at the of the fortress and Catharine. It was evident bo be soldier, but a man of peace ; and, as a friendof
:R. H. BERRY A. CAMPBELL McCANTS, M.D., : ground( ( eie ve gates lie vtd he still peace, And a friend of
G J. WAGGONER, M. D. peror. This examination, however, was not ; a soldier asked tho password, and let was lining under one of them, ? your government:,}

Auctioneer and Commission I April 16, 1859. 16. I long, ; by prolonging it, it might have become ns in. The sledge stopped at the governor'sdoor. and did not know even the nams of Iho man: accept Asuncion.I your. invitation, and will meet yen at

MERCHANT. -- dangerous. The word given once again we entered who ordered his death
: I said after I WbatVlS the obscurity of tho night compared reached here on the 24th January, and-
"I am ready, minutes! 3.SI his house as wo had done the fortress. i
< -I
} la.. Sept 2 >, 1855. S9 : Isabella .- House with that of his tomb General Urquiza had anticipated me several
_-_ ._ -------- I 1 lit' fastened on my sword. By the emperor's order This commandsoon
The four soldiers! had set to work. days. Within an hour after our arrival, and
i discomfiture was doubled when I who They
AL13ANY.LGEORGIA. My sawmy ( aroused! (the goiernoV" came to us,
T. W. BREVARD, Jr., I conductor, instead of going toward the trying 'lo liido !his alarm beneath a snvle.- broke the ice with their hammers, cut !il with before I left the vessel, Senor Amaralrtho

..A."t"t01'n.OY: Tcw, I : above HOTEL- in Albany, the present term- barrack gate, descend a small staircase lead. WitlTa man ]like! Paul there was no more security their axes, and raided the blocks with Jbo leer. |Brazilian: minister called upon me and offered

TILLllllSSEi.:, FLi.Apr Till of the Georgia and Florida Railroad, is i, ing; into iho cellarage. lie lighted our road for the go\1ers than for the capli\es( : \ All a! once they started back : the ice: bis! mediation on behalf of his Emperor. I
now for tbe reception of the i| of darn lantern. After was broken ; the Water was rising. declined it for the reasons above, and invited
Ll4'}* '* 17 oprn with a pfcies several for, the hangmen than for the victims. My
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TRAVELING PUBLIC. I found t' door 'Come down !' the goveruor said to the oldm:1.l1. his friendly offices in like manner, assuring
turnings mjsvlf oj-pisito a made th that he had
i ; ; guide governor a sign
HU.Il .\. tOULKV; : him of our desire for and
The order was useless, for he had alrcr.dv peace friendship, if
The Uuue anJ Furniture ate new. Tie Fropiie- ; quite] !strange to me. Duiii'g! the entire walk I to do with me ; then he regarded me with
; Attorney at Law, tor i ill determined! to make it a I we< 1 1:1lliut( met a soul ; the building seemed I j more< attention ; sf.'l' he hc&.tated before ad.dressing : done so. Kneeling on th3 Ice, bo was we could have them with honor. He warmly

i deseited. I fancied I sawtxvoor three! hadi. praying fervently. accepted my invitation for his friendly offices.
TILL.i VSM.F TLA.Janearj FIRST CLASS HOTEL, i me-my. youth doubtless surprised f
I ort flit but they sappeand:! d in the !' him at Iris, I him Tbo governor gave an order in a low toneto Our consul Called directly after,and I came
1':. Ib57 R-ly and hopes by t-trict attention to the wauU of hIs past ; him.\, To put ease, gate ashore r/ith hm.
___ i GiriLL l8, t<* merit patronage of the Public. obsrUl it)'. The door was cla&ed:; tny gt.ide! I without a word the emperor's order. lie the !soldiers; ; (then he came back to my Everything looked cold
L. H. Jll lUJ.\I, Proprietor.Albany it Hew\ tide, for I had not left tho sledge. In a minute and distant. Tho people seemed not to know
John :B. Whitehurst I rapped upon it in a peculiar wy ; took it to a light, examined the sent), aril on
GIIV. 2!, 1658 21-ly I the prisoner rose. how to behave, towards me, and gazed at me
_: open' viidcntlv by theass.'s.tanceof :sonjc one recognizing as the signal of a secret oifler,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW I I.I --- -- --- --- I' 'I 1 am ready,' be said. as they would upon some evil thing cast
on !he oflier. side. In truth, when we had ho bowed:made an almo&t imperceptible sign
:.I \I 1.\ \ :\,\. r 1.\. : & ;1 pif-o-1: I distinctly siw a man close the door I of the cross!'. and opened it. He read tr!>o order Tho four soldiers rushed upon him. I amongst them. The very first thing I did onshore

\"\ r>nuti i:i tie Circiut Court of .':le.I1"'" COMMISSION MERCHANTS : and follow} us. Afler proceeding (five hundred then turning t \ ami Hvlmesnrxl CfJU"tje. I address a note to Senor Yasquez
T Caliiouii.l WaLinn j see, I heard. Secretaryof
reached an grating, which ?
we I You to
61 l lra s Mrocf, paces open arc see
I pry fneoal altt-utioo lo c n\l.\ ebng. : oy .' i I unlocked and closed after *. I I heard t the noS9 of a body hurled into the State, fcc., informing him. of my presence
C>B..LE.A.N'S j my guido u I I am to see.
S'tl\.mbcr ::7. 1S.; 4S-Ly ITW
of Asuncion, and desiring him to fix a time
In I turned round.
abtss. spite myself
--" ..._ I| now remembered the tradition, (that a subterranean Whit are to sco *
S you
:Benj F.. Young gallery connected the fled Palace i I You know.' The old man: had disappeared. I forgot that to see me, that we might arrange an interview
ur.rti T oMwsrs. with tho President. lie
I hid no light tt give orders but shouted: to promptly replied
with' .the (iren.1ierui' barracks. I saw we> I da knowP'No.
ill"L.J.1o il3;{ ,.,) .,t. ,.\ ,, LiVW t ', .. llamas J. PYrlUw d; Co, Tallaha:>iee, Fla." '; weie' following this gallery, and 1 must be I But.' .>VII the driver, 'Away, away !' and we met next morning. We had a pleas.
-' : I. R Harris A Co., Quinov. {go
; and fixed
I ant interview, the time for tho President's
ANI) I j I' 1>ellhan: & I'almer, :Montierllo, i I j lug! to the pilace. We :lrriedt a door like :.I He remained! for moment in fh ugJ.t.. I 'Stop cried the governor. The sledge,
S !'.cl.lt'ITOI)I: IN: EQUITT.7 1 which had already moved, stopped again. reception for the next day after.
lU-ard A Dcnhanj, St. Marl, the one we had gone through' first. My guide j j You came in a tle-Jgc! t' he asked me.i .
\\ ILL pni> s lOr t;be!! ':'5t..m Cir | Mr. Jam05 Filor, Key West, I knocked, it opened and we found ourselves i 'Yes.' All is not finished,' the governor said to Soon after my arrival, I learned from Gen.
\ > aUt ..1 Fl ni i.Ia, finJ the IWeral Court If'5 fII, McXaiiffhtA: Ornwnd, Atlanta. Ceo. me in French. Urquiza that I would be cordially a/id kindly
.. staircase which we ascended. It I 110man will it bold! ?I'
opposite a ,
J X. McKinnon A C..t" Tbomasville, | received the President. This information
(oiricc *r UAIX<"Iu.E. Au.CJn,4l'JfTT. ) i ir. Angus 14. 1858. 33-ly led into the office of some largo building I j 4 Three.' What have we yet to do ?t. I asked. by
1. JL'R E.V C Eli: I Wait !' he replied.We induced me to abandon the address had pre:
--- --- -- ------ which was carefully)} heated. j I Docs this gentieman go with us ?i' he asked
('ATT. J. J. T rrA*. ) : HOGUE & AMAKER Then all doubts ceased 1 conductor. waited half an hour. pared, briefly reviewing all the pain's! of difference -
; ras: being j to
my pointing my '
Ce& J. 1>. AIKKT.' )V rh.lnlo,., S, (, I I 'The ice has set, excellency,' one of and maintaining our position ; and
taken to the the who i your
( to
i not kno..ing'Ilat to
\ emperor emperor I besitlul\( say.
Faun A. TIIO IP OX, J I ATTORNEYS{ k COUNSELLORS said.! I hastily prepared another of mere courtesy
t fetch subaltern.! II i ( the soldiers
DK. JAMM S. Jon7"11.tf: *. fia.I sent to me, an insignificant No, the latter replied, will wait'
and kindness
the tho
j I renumbered the of the i Get; second Art thou sure ?t' leaving contest on points
Jau 'i.:3 \ ensign
LA.."V'U' rady
t1. .A.T story good. sledg
Very '
________ ________ ____ I young '' lie struck the spot where the whole had so for the future. At the reception I was accompanied -
whom he met in the street and ra5.ed less four soldiers let take Icier
T in chooee one a ,
\ TAVE formed in the of
.1 vpartnerfbip practice Ccmodore Shubrick his.suite and
: by
WILLIAM SCOTT 1 1c.rr' X-L I than of hour to the rank oft and the last lately yawned : the water had become solid ,
I I ir.rnd will attend to any professional Lusi- a quarter nn I. another\ a two j all the officers of tho Fulton in full uniform
oyMoNTICELLO I Air LAW ucs eatruited J to tbtir <'aro, genera'. But I could! not hope he summonedme I ct.' ,
FLA' I D. P. HOfU:E.. .\. PERRY AMAKER. I for the same purro e. Whatever it might ;i Tlie wan to whom the governor spoke igain.We can go,' said the governor. making a fine appearance. The Presidentwas
l88.: !! 18 horses started at and in less magnificently dressed, with his suite of
Mu1y5 The a gallop,
Jalv 20.1853.: :30; tijan I _- I. be, we soon reached a last door, before which I went out directly. Then turning to me, boI officers in uniform and received
than ten minutes, we had reached the fortress.! me kindly
and dawn. :\Iy' and shall
--- a walking addedCome
E. C. Cabell s'lIltyVa up ( you sre.
and with his
FLOYD & HOLLAND I "nide rut his! hand on my shoulder, We left the room with a turnkey }behind There I rejoined my conductor. courteously, chapeaubrass, glittering
A11o't..n.cy; ; : n't: Ln: aJing-1 I 'To the Red Palace !' he said! to the driver. with gems and I lace, nnder his arm.-
Take of You will ; walked till found el\'s
Attorneys at Law.1'rELT.praetie : care: yourself. us, and on we our op.
Indeed, the reception was all that could be
the door
Five minutes after emperor's
TVLLVIIASSEE FLA.Januuuy in the of the The opened
presence emperor. 1: the"prison. governor pointed to
: m the Circuit Court of Middle j He and ful.I l. desired. I did not let him ezceed! me in courtesies. -
\ > an.! \r eft ""'.'1 i.la. and in the Supreme Court I 8, 1S:;'*. 2 fie whispered to the sentry, who moved I '! non door. The gaoler opened it, went in, and again to let me pass. was up I mention thesa because there
the State. Also" in the )Ui*tnet Court nf the Uni one side. lien( lie opened the donr by | lighted. a lantern. We followed. We went I ly dressed just as I had seen him the first things

ed. States, ID the Northern Oitnct of Florida I' FIRE INSUR N E: I some secret prlnf:1 Jt seemed to me. Alittle > I' down ten steps, passed a row of dungeons, time. He' stopped before me.'W.1l has and been receptions.constant: "trouble! here about forms;
n..J.I PLoYD. Oflloe Fla he asked.'I .
I dressed in the Prns'iui f.i.hion hut did
I man ; then down ten more, not stop. At
D P. HOLLAND. Office 1
Dec 22,1855. SI I HIRTFORD FIRE miRlME C01IPANT: \\"i Hi hoots coming half( way up his thigh; a llst0 descended fimort', and at length have: seen, replied. through Gen. Urquiza that and
I coat to his and I doors Thou Ila*t seen, seen, seen; ?t' my speech
Tilling numbered
S --- -- S -- I pars, tveating a gigan.tir stopped. The were ; the
Henry L. Rutgers VIHKSIX MSl'RAXCR COMPANY, cocked hat, tanied round at the noisc.1 .- governor stopped at the one marked Nc. 11. Look at me, sire,' I said to him, 'and you manner had had a wonderful effect in soften-
down the President and that lIe
TFOnD, CONS..tggrt'gatc : will! doubt'I ning was so
OF 11.\ not
[ the. it difficult it
nrt silent seemed
recognised emperor ; was |lie a signal ; in this
gave charmed with the whole
COMMISSION MERCHANT ( Capita: !, $100,000,000 00.M. to do so, for ho re\'iew'd us every day. I re- I' abode of the dead as if he had lost the powerof wai standing before a mirror. I looked would bo for precedingthat to fee everything and

T.\LL.\JI.\S II. TLA. P. ELLIS, Agent.TalLt1tu'ee. memlieied that, on the previous day, his eye I speech. There was at this time a frost of myself, but I was so pale, my features frank intercourse. me open a
this it
.-.. Dee. '1, 1 !i 9. 49 had reeled upon me ; he had called! my cap at least twenty degrees oulside.t the depth were so altered, that I scarce recognizedjmy-; Upon hypothesis,
that I shou'd! alone in
T IDEUAL advance! male: on-Cotton er Tol.ao. I .- - tain from the rinks, and asked sortie qu!'stior.s I' wl.ere vro; found ourselves, it was mingled self. The emperor looked at me, and went was arranged pruceed
JLtwoaigneJ fri -ud iu New York. take second from the bureau where my negotiations, but that I would let no hitch
to las InJ:IJI.O'j'ICC.: ; thou tlvm officer of his suite: some i I with a damp which penetrated to the bone ; to a paper conclude them without ghing him (the General

sicirrciJix'Kso: XLW YI>RK rull $\Lr., --0-- sharp and decided order. All this only served my marrow was frozen, and yet wiped the the first had lain.

/,L <,iannt* lo ",'i! p.rd.ers. Dr. T. Hayward Willis. to increase my apprehensions. I perspiration from my brow. The door opened, 'I give thee,' he said, 'an estate of five hun ) an opportunity to reconcile such differ

Marcli 12. 11\1".'. 11 "' Sire "' mf"ond'tor said with bow 1 and dred peasant, between Troitza and Pcresloff. ences.
__ ._ a we went down !six; steep slippery steps, I"
interviews then with the President
'located in JeTer( nn eounllOne half : this: and back to St. My
Start never come
HAVIXd tills \ia the with whom de. in night
House for Sale. of Mr Tradeii! SL oul'g ensign you I and found ourselves a dungeon of six square
UK- commenced
Dwelling rear on Augtw-; : If thou thou knowest daily,and sometimes twic* a day.
tiue nad, olfir Ins Professional services to the ur- sired .lo spoak.! i f feet I fancied, by the light of the lantern, Petersburg. and were always cordial, frank, free and
rpHE SUIWCUIHEIl "'tTcr f..r falc on Ji l I The and he I Iv'rv that I human form in it. The how I punish Go.
rounding country. el1rt'fIrcw neir me, as was j saw a : moving
I terra to purchaser, LitIioui> and IjfTM: ; returned St. Petersburg harmonizing.: We became better friends at
<'asy a I went. Il1e\er to '
January 1S5'J.: 2 shirt' In- stood ( t., look at mv.Doubtless remained on the last and saidto I
on tiptoe governor step,
to the un.I'r-irnP41. -*** I but could all
UK in Rdir.1'1" ) : I - --- and this is the first time I have told! the every meeting not agree upon ,
or to W. K. Hoard. JOHN PhAKP. lie recognized J me ns the person he the prisoner Ari&e, and dress joursclf. I
points. Finally, it was proposed that our
March_5, 1S59 10tS ( __ !I Yonge & McClellan, wsr.ttv1: !for ho nodded his head, and turningon 1 had a curiosity to know to whom this order I story to a living soul. next meeting should be held in presence of

.A.11orn.cys; ; n't'Ln his heels: sai>, "Go." was addressed. Gen. Gen. Guido his minister and
WILLIUI S. DIUrORTII Constitution. Urquizti: ,
'I TBACTICK IV: ALL THE COfRT Of WEST FLORIDA.oci :Mv\ guido bowed, went out, and I left mealort" Turn on the light,' I said to the goaler. [From the Washington ] Sr. Amaral. I promptly accepted.: Whenwe

Attorney and\ Counsellor at Law, OFFIcE Pj.mt )hlUA.x.t' with the emperor. I assure you I would I then saw a thin and pallid old man riseup. Hlgblj Interesting LetterPAKAGCVY met, no one but Gen. Urqfliza sal hit
lIO jICELLO. FLORIDA.TTflLL I AT : AM) \ sooner have remained alone with a lion in its lie had evidently been immured in this COMMIS ) We .
... private secretary, were present commenced
practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir C. TOXGE 8. I89.Ellis Ten. J F S h.cr.ELI.rari.IID& di'ii. TI.e emperor at first appeared to pay: dungeon in the same clothes be had on wben3.rrested Asuncion, February II, 185! $ the disiassion of the points of difference

> \ uit. an-J Tho'u..11( anJ Lowndc CountyGa -January: -- -- ---- -- _._ do :.tteution to inc: ; he walked J up and down but they had fallen off him piecemeal To His Excellency, James Buchanan, one by one, and as we settltd them

Marcb- -:!--J.lS50.--- -- -- -- -12-ly------ -- .-- -- Orlopp & Co. with long strides, stopping before an open i and he was only dressed in a ragged President of the Untied Slates : they were reduced to writing. -We then

LO.\G &. UALBISAITII; window to take a breath of fresh air ; then ]pelisse.! Through the rags his naked, bony, SIR-I have the honor to inform you that drew up an agreement, which was signed byA
WHOLESALE DP..1LLRS IX rctnrt.ine to the table, ho took pinch of could he seen. Perhaps his
ATTOKXEYS AT 1.'r.LL.II.U.SE1, :, Ttv.MA.LOVO a shivering person this commission has! been eminently successful the President and myself. This wu the
A J. ALRKAini Lave a. HARDWARE, FINE CUTLERY, nua: J Iliad ample time to examine all the body l hal l been covered by splendid garments; not merely in settling all our differenceshere crowning glory of the whole afli'r ; and in

,;elre*in the practice! of Law. Tbey CilS, PISTOLS, 4'(., 4'('., furniture and arrangements of the room, whichwas perhaps tho ribbons of the most noble orders; in a peaceful and friendly manner, but the general joy over it. General Urquiia em. _

will attend tLe Courts the Middle Circuit tbe Supreme No. 217 Pecrl.Street, New York. the ono in which Paul was afterwards/ had once crossed bis panting chest At present In enlarging the sphere of our commercial braced President Lopez. \

Court. :and the District Courts of the United KODEKT ELLIS. killeJ. :Near one of the windows was a bureau he was only a living skeleton, that bat privileges in these waters, and extending the By the settlement we make a new treaty.,

tatet at Tallabas e THOMAS MAX A. OULOPP.P. ELLIS.JK, ; on it lay an open paper. lost rank, dignity, even name, and which was tuna of the treaty and in such a way as to with changes liberalising ita; convention to
Court House. I
October Officeoppositf'tbe 2S, 1S54. If January. 2!...!185._ _..4____ __ ___ her At length the errJperor appeared to remrnv called No. 11. "Ho arose, wrapped himselfin enlist ctfrdlal! sympathies, and strengthen the settle the company's claim; ten thousand dollars '
and to His the fjfigments of !lila pelisse without utter.
--- -- -.- my presence up me. bonds of friendship for the future. to the family of the sailor killed on the
:BOOKBfNDINGLrn MEDICAL NOTICE. face scorned to me furious as he stepped i in' ing a complaint ; bs? body was bowed downconquered All this you would find in my despatches, Water Witch ; receive a satisfactory letter of

0---. front of me. by prison damp, time, it might be
protocols,and the treaties tbt'mselvereturned regrets and apology for this affair and treat.
J. n PREPAREDV1TH E UNDERSIONF.1) is x o w Dr. J. H. M Gardner, Dust t," he addressed me, ',, dust thou hunger. His eye was haughty, almost men by me to the State Department ; but, as that ment of the government agents, with foil permission .

know ''it thou nrt only dust, and that I am acn. would laborious research, I have to the rivers.
MATERIALS impose a explore
TOOLS AND &ifj]!) HAVIXO.located. Stivicw at to LLOYD the Citizens/ offers of the his place PRO even thing F'I I It is good,' said the governor, come.' thought proper to give you the importint This negotiation: is looked upon here as,

:'9n JJOOK" BIN ]) ING nnd the surrounding country. know not how I found strength to reply! j He was the first to go out. points through the brief medium of a private an Immense! triumph in diplomacy, as only a

in nil it* branches and solicits the patronage: of tbe( Oct 9, ISIS 41 Yo: are the chosen of the Lord, the deciderof The prisoner threw a parting glance on his, letter. few months ago.Lopez refuted to renew the.

mzens Tallahassee end mrroundinj country. His |1--- ---- -- -- --- the destiny! of men.:' cell, !his stone bench, !his water-jug, and rotting When I arrived on theso waters S things treay with Er.glandHe has not only renewed -

Shop is in the Bride: office rmerly>> occupied by Dr. NathanielHamlefl II cm !" lie growled. And turning his. straw. He utered a sigh, yet it was impossible looked gloomy enough. ours, and enlarged Its sphere,bat what:
Call opposite( the Ejuscopal Church llf is a practical : back on m.? hc began walking and down! that he could regret anything of this.
Binder, and feels cure that be can do work a* up When wo reached Montevideo all seemed is worth more than all for our interest is;
well and as cheap as it can be d<>ne el etrhtre.CIIAULES COMMISSION MERCHANT, again.. taking snuff furiously! till ho resumed : He followed the governor, and passed before distant and reserved-indeed, unkind. I determined that he has done it in a very fifendlyspirit! <
No. 38 St. New Orleans. Thou knowest that when I command I I shall the glance he turnedon .
FINDEISE5. Pojdras tire never forget to dissolve that ir'r and When we closed our meeting, agreeing ujxltt

July 17, 158. 29-ly [ HT Scnt **?*. I -0- I' must be obeyed without resistance, observation j me in pacing; and the reproach that was give them a better impression oral, as I knewevery the points, he made me a little speech, wfiieh

HEnt" or comment !" concentrated in it. carried in would record.
; TOL.GOY. sentiment here was rapidly my modesty not penult me td
FIRE INSURANCE .James E. Broom.., l TaUahai, Fla. "As one would obdy G od. Yes, sirc.'l I So young,' it seemed to say, *an'd alreadyobeying land throughout the co ntrl. The Commodore : He touched sympathies whet,L'e spoke of

STATE FIRE AND MABIXE IASIRANCE CO., Oen. R. A. Shine. J I knowil"I I tvranny !' and myself, after three days of delay, Paragual.tanding alone, and hb traduced by

PENNSYLVANIA. A. xIiM'E?q. I}Newport. Fla. I He looked at mfixedly.. There was an 1 turned away ; that glance had pierced succeeded in procuring interview with the foreign ministers, who created tie difficulties,
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against low by Fire on the usual: terms John R. J.Spencer Snelling, Eso, Qnincy, \ Fla.f expression in his eyes of so strange a char- j my heart like a dagger. He passed the door President of Uraguay., Il was stately and by withholding from him the re petf due this
F. JL FLAOO, Agent. Oen. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, Fla.J. I',I acter that I could not endure his I look. I ;, of the dungeon. How long was it since he formal'until I convinced bias that our put- position ; and be cheerfully and 'warmly

Tallahassee December 1$, 185$. MTGTTroup O Putnam, Ew, Madison Fla. I turned away. He seemed satisfied with the 1| entered it f Perhaps! he did not know himself! pose was neither war, dwolatioa nor conqoe sLat gave:: me credit'for treating him in all oar for

: Maxwell M.: -D Augustus, Steele, Esq: Cedar Keys, Fla. i influence fie exercised over ate ; h* attributed[ : He must have ceased for a long time meallo.ring lie then threw off his .merr, and shakingmy i ter OQU8 with the most delicate respect, and.

Ed.Daniel Bell.; EH].. Hamilton county, Fla. I mv conduct to respect whileif f was disgust.'I'henlhe days anti nights. On reaching the gov hand warmly) ejtpr sjedgreat deligM! : e't teem. and said'he would pay some portiou'olthe
OFFICE & RESIDENCE CITVHOTELTatlahasser ; I' Rem gton, tsqn nie. Ceo. went to the Lnreautook-the J! ernor'a door ,we found two sledges waiting
'LU." Seixui: ", Era., t) I | paper hearing such sentiments from me. observediu : debt gratitude he felt,to me (o rlt'bi
17a. i Jack J.Marsh, Eso, DnucanvHle. Geo. read it once more, folded It, pLaced it in an The prisoner was ordered into the one hat j iu the crowd of otficials around cs that the 1 informing you of it in an autograph letter.

Januaiy C9.1SS9. 5 j NOT. 2P, H 51. 47 ,I envelope, and sealed it, not with the imperial i had brought ns, and we followed him, the S



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4 From the people here have met with r.othtog j J log opinions this that or the other question upon -I_ lor ttFlerldl *a4 .Journal the opinion of Cb J. Rnffin from irWch the above I I J The Supreme FLORIDA Curt of this ITB2I8.State commenced' iU

batUaJn*, partieularly .ferIt was knownth !| 1riian | which they may U called to pus if placed on j Can. Majority ExereUe the Powers conferred extract I i. taken nil in tLc course of his own opin. ; session here on. Wednesday la.t-Jfari**** Patriot
(1' ray first !IlItniew with tie Frend'e&t' wu t agre JntnaI I| the Bench, the people owe it to themselves and to on "Uw Tm.tee3" by the Internal Ion hold this ln!ufce- : "The decisions of the I April JS.
ti. They were alarmed at our expedition-! } I Improvement Act
and ab.e tlilt new* muc lift ft burden from Ihc-ir ;,. -- |I the eternal principle: (.f truth and justice to frown I American eonrU are To this effect: 'It may be safely Upon a petition of citizens and physician of the
At a meeting of the Trustee of the Internal ImproTement -, I
said: Gibson Chief Justice of the Supreme iBtroduetion Small POT in our
Irr < heart AM si in pi*. Inoffensive p..ope.goern.d.I TALLArIASSEEt : upon their prcttiwiors. Orir.la' h advance are says county fearing the
Fund al the Capitol on the 18th day of that of midst Hon. J. J. has adjourned the Circuit
Court of duty an Fiirfey
*hooM juJpe. wits 1 d *p"tsc rule-un-, | demanded erf tboe who seekpolitieel elet stion, but Pennsylvania any aggre
: -4 April. 1859. all the member being Mr. Conrt over to the 2d )fond y In July. The attendance -
which present
de they aetn. to flourish. They are ft I gate of the government may be performed by
1"e organ
become tie
himself unfit to be needed
that not
PHIL 30 1850 m proclaims of witnesses 1.1 Jfli'on wiH
ly irt people.. *.ndrero iVab.r; neat and c1tQ! "Ttniu.v. W..n offered the following resolution: a majority of it* inembm. where the conrtltntingi .
for [ mixed race Tie market plact ia ----- =- .- .--- -. .--- -- di'penscr of justice who would win ft i( it among till then.-
j, \ the India i* a beautiful spectacle, t arphllarlnt of the Internal Improvement Fund under the Act I[ 3 Law And again : There i i. ft train ef rrfle- a"bated .
woctl.IllrO..d: In pmr white clean to r* *lv. Subwrlption, Adeotsetnrnts. &. tbf Flr- of the people his opinion on any question that Rep. I, disease Las not much in Columbia -
l.oei here ., ears January 6, 1855, lawfully lave power, by their ; M bodies AVe learn that Mr. Solomon of the moat valuable -
,1'Hlel. and alt brd'oLt.t To wiaI Jt n JMNl.and to give reertj ID t. name of lh iProprleKv i I oning and authority to show that in rx on.
1 c hereafter come before him fur adjudication.i concurrent votes and action to'do act and i few
nay I every esteemed citizens of that died a
k 1 high mark tl You enn ee. e ery for the tame. i plaice,
tora\ a majority
tnat pvbtic nature may
L &y ncar'r' handvime nnr; ,.. (exc.-pt[ the tawny I ___ _ i such let every voter in the State beware. 1,. perform every duty without exception, which j crating a of ( days ago. from the disease & LOur
with Iri ht ricj uit,of black htir.with&wimnlindr"e I the Tru te' are empowered or required to do and : act.. 1 McCord, 62. '
: hess \ ooJTiJI
) W'
to. ,
Postmaster telegraphed
color. 5
tY"L' rr'Mall Nolcc-T JUt Office open j I Apalachtcola. I perform bv said Act. including the to give with t!
I Thi wen settled principle applies
power genual
; I *'e,rfounced from the waist I | Ala. Colu bus. Ga.. and "otherwise to have the
I 3 down, walking in tare feet through the ..treetTe : on tundA\.1'e1een tisehoursof 12 M. and 1 P. N.onsnmeraufAicobolCampIoneandTurptnt 1 j I We recently paid a visit to this thriving city and the Certificate specified In the 3d section and referred [. peculiar force to the case under consideration. Here, .i mail from the North sent by Bainbridge, Ga, and

.1 'H oil i. vely sanely-cnd they pretend they can \ were more than ever impressed with the fact that I to in the 9th section. IIn.1 1 I for illustration and in fact, is a nail Road Company It t those which hare accumulated near Columbia Ala..
I That convenient
a legal most rracticalway
4'' V walk well in klioe t something ought to be done towards facilitating for the Trustees to give the eerti.ficatospeci- I!j that has expended hundreds of thousand of dollars I} to be .ent here by other routes. so that we may cx-
t I The Ideas f wealth which )JiaveWen maele I
t i fotm.
prcut mails from that direction* -
f to flourish eonsnioioiifly! in the accounts we !hni e; i ,ill ( .well to note the advertisement- Mr. Tho. 'J greater [intercourse between it and Middle Florida. Ue.1 Iu the 3d section js for them to do so through I I tt in bulldinjr its road-that-has finished and has the | poet yon>

::1 had cf them.5 trji.h into a'.r M the touch of : \ Bett*. which appear in our pi1etof today. Tlie | It may not be known to most of our reader that as their Secretary or-other officer whose certifae-ate. i j car running over one hundred and one mile*-that BY
tuth 1:9nr'LATER
._.. .. .. I made by lInt All their officer in their name, on j :
u.- 55 "''6 1. \
I *ee here nothing% but unmistakabl I articles maimfacjurcdby Mr. B.haveJifljtf{ VVa5fyniarkct \ ) -t- I their part and behalf] and under the recorded or- has graded and cross-tied the whole of tile remain- ,

A poor bt happy.. |.f.\ frl.1{(TJn,5J, 1xh7'coy. for several years, we have no hesitation in I I Parlance Orleans: and en the Mobile Gulf in being the surpassed oT only by New dn and concurrent 'cotta or at least A majority of I t log 53 milea-that JIM contracted for and caused j FROM EUROPE.

i -ernment i i. of the cheapest cluirnetfr imaginable, j' recommending them both to dealers and extent their exports. all %r them, thereby becomes the certificate, not of the amount of iron necessary to finish nearly all of |
1 consumers. Over
4 ftoJ one hundred thousand bales of cotton hare Trustee but of the whole of Trustees
rcvruue tosuportitlsmin1* derived frommonopolies I any one body j the balance of the road to be delivered within the ARRIVAL OF TllI
r on .rice. .f j'roduce. H>n> what jvcu, St p. la n.." I II already been received and probably the receipt S and equally as binding on them as though each cue ,
of the State and lacks but |
jurisdiction nothing
of them had hit individual
liar to the country. Tlnir) revmt'e from eu.tom I I A correspondent, over this ; in, I will reach b high a* 110'HA ) bales before the close given signature j
must be fcmall. ai "they) arc rVither a, .gr4tar..rttt I! i I I' 3. R tsZvei! therefore. That in future the Certificate [j the Certificates provided fur in the Sd section to I. WASHIGTON.
(certainly pro good temper in of of the Beaten. 1 he re is one feature in the:
the I
( arguments snjfort groutd commerce on the art of" the Trustees of the Internal Im I CITYCotton
Hncing per verjconrumiri 1".I. This j jj ? enable them to complete their enterprise and be In |
ia chiefly pent on an army!and far fortifications.As Tn"llt.-[ I Ildd) by .even1 of the Internal I-nprovemenl Board j i of the port which we look for in vain elsewhere in L |I provement J'nd. under the act January 6, IS5, i i "condition! to relieve the Trustees from the paymentof j Declined 1.16 a 1-Sd.

the PrtsiJent i the fauntain and source ofall| J that a majority &.f the Trustees legally give the i Florida. We refer to direct shipments to Europe- be signal by the Trustees through their Sec
may | IIItall willing Xcw YORK via New Orleans,) April 25 -The
their interes Four of the five Trustees are (
of t
he also : for then all and not each them
power, 1 recipient al.1 the di.Iur.r certificate provided for by the Sd and 9th factions | a something which our Commercial Contention" by wparately t of Washington with Liverpool
.. ofallrc enje, which in the "Jf.,1 simple j i i and ti! | form of wid Certificate shall be us ;, to give the Certificate*, bet one of them refui i steam-hip City
I people t of the nl of 1S65. It is a for the lawyers and financiers hare ur ed as thc meansforrelievingI follows date to Wednesday, April 13th, has arrived.
eonfoanding the indiridual with the &>ttte, makcn I qUfton I ; to witI. : : foes 16 do '0. Can it be possible tliat the non-con-
tip the account of that (,1110ul wealth about vhieSto to decide, and it is tome satisfaction to know that I the South of her dependence on the Sot-tI. Over I -, Secretary of tile Board of Trustees oftIle I COMMERCIAL.
j of one Trustee under these circumstances,
much .been 'iJ I it 1 11 been, referred by the Board in a spirit of !, u foifrth of the cotton received Apalachicola hai C Internal Improvement Fund, acting under an I j' t Literal Cvllon .dfarLef.-The sale of cotton,

This is a small Sttt.caiminJm.: sis hundred I amity to a ( jurist of another State j i gone direct to Liverpool and at the I order of oil id Board pas'cJ on the- day of -, I in a matter of such vast public concern, and for the past three buslpes* days, were 21/XX) bales
distinguished present writing
fbozsand ? farcely)' four1iundri9thou I 18-, do hereby certify, on the part of said Trustees I where the power wasconferred exclusively for | of whioh speculators took l.OnOaml exporter 3.000
j far there
.nd. and they nl.1I:1; Indians of : removed fr >m the 1n:1tntr supposed to wsrj> |j are no le-k. than ieven fUipsin; the port, a\e- tint the foregoing Bond is iusu--d agreeably the public good," can cottrol the. will of the other !j bale-. Ttie market had declined 1-16 @ | U and

"lh< Gnarance race, civilised: un.f) thf iJ rule o f ; the judgment of rrj,6oy within our own bordersj j. raging C37 tnns abs londing for foreign markets I to the fro\iions (,I an Act of the General Assembly I four ? Surely not, if we are to respect the uniform! rl."ed dull Middling] Orleans 7Jd., and Middling

the Jeuiu. They are not an jn.ItrOu5: race i in i j; Whatever the opin'on: of Judge LAW b*-f.ir 1 six e-f tli-iii for Liverpool| and one for Havre. That of the State of Florida. approved January our of that word they may 1653, creating the Internal Iiuprove-mentTund and current authorities (rum the timc- f Lord Cole confined the
sense lower
; are mly comparatively lie i is known to be the gentleman to i' more intinnte relations Lllln hare existed heretofore i to grade
iudu,trionsin iiir.iil with -irneighbor, xhore "hol thequev | that s id Internal luif-roorient Fund i ill plcdge-d to to ties present. GENERAL NEW&V .
j '
j>erfectlv indole-nt and unanLilioullw nJ the tion has Ixcn .tubr.ittcd-it is to be hoped that t between that city and Middle Florida, may be s i pay tie interest en said Bond as it may become--.-. S If when the power io do an act It confrrred -
i Uies o'f < it will lc .uk brought i&lsUt i it ileiuoitrMl.! FurtlCM,." \ r rumor of very alarming character have
t -tt* life from 1"JIY. ch a \'y settle the matter. We were assured I -, "
1 pcpuIktionii
: the Trl1liteu" it all of them in
-I I requires to concur c prevailed for several days, but the latest iotclli-
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not i.:! to rich that
>rly m.kt very at a point on the I-ivs'r. known
I n 8ttf.'Ia.irouYaJ as Bloody TlII.iIl be porceired that the first cf these from thee is of
i" doubt in iirti. I I M. ?Iarka rcsoj < vrj pl..utir :arl"t Jfoepllal. J liluft: fourteen JUliet abuts the city, a suitable j Inf bns the Austria las >b-d. ansi it is said that other
peculiar and \III.!. Char.dr. such I i When the eoitor of the Ar ucta presents .gal proposition a major- 1.:1'e'r been legally done by them. The sOnic proK]
.E.'rsi..g Ii'palr7 i j place fur A nxiroa? dput is found. From this Bluff power have consented to it, for a iniultanr >us disrriiins -
4 I "Ycrbv. ( l31 Uf j' tt: iin .many siediciualplentsand [ i paid a visit to St Marks, he d.d not seem to he v i TttKiuuig 1] j ity of all thieTrt'st'ca mayby their concurrent vote language which makes it the duty v!" the Trus t.f all the belligoreiit before the
*. pcculUr w<,')'U e'te\ forest but to tfe ll" .Ii i lor.cc i. tiidy Jifty-ttr miles,, > S powers, u usns.eting
r ; I j action. perform duty, without exception, tees" to the bond" is in iefe-rence j
yond thnt I know of nothing t11. produce ftperiorooar ry favorat'ly in rr cd with Le necessity: for, or J but by branching off llistof the Oeklockonee 'I every sign tuploycd tl.e Peace Coui.rress. ;
the |
: lves quality An., notli'tMg; to compare to i the wisdom erecting a Marine Hospital at that t : Bluff be reached in > which "theTrustees" are required or empowered to every power conferred ou the-m by the act. The The warlike tone of the Vienna press has been 3 3rIgietly

us iu quantity with tin equal pulation. Tliey point. In one of the: Ktt from his which I oily fifty wilt'". Such a road I to perform by the Internal Improvement Act, in- 2d section confers j\Q\Hr on thee Trustee to re- j ] rn.sdersted.
eau produce a4itr, ch. np the last f-, I pen apjKarej would (place Apilachieola: in connection with the i j of h the Ihe"Auitnan troop continue to approach the
1 I art plant r i in the T>it pa Irk, he took oeen inn while clnsingthie duty gi ing certificate specifiedIs etiveand invest the Monies of the fund. Thee Sd .
admitting r
mnS Inh frontier
nt Parliament will
i > bersolTd
and l probably
c.iutiful great int"rnallml'rcn'nent
of of
th1''Te a the
Mate and
yrar ; HoI1e ( ;. system I the 3d and reftrred to in the 9th sections. This section makes it the of" the TrustevVto lake ,
&t Marks to be the 'I duty in rrbout week.RCNOMINATION .
1 for Mit a
hut !
thfri.-'! tH.lh(! l-ryond a mpply of : 6J11iu port thus rescue her frefai that sedation: of which theirJ
their rTececHlio*. I;j die }ltz Id., and its cmmeree requiring the I I nso'ution does not n>eak of any particular way e>rl.rni I>oa.w.ie>n of any defaulting: Rail: Road and ft'U it.

The real l'er.1 of Pura; u.iy'*apptrent prosperity I of a number ,-f vessels, to remark that as the rrctenes noun [!I i |ecpleJDMly the complain, Init which 5 i" owing more I'I'I I', in which said certificate shall be given, but 'Le 9th -ec-tiim makes it the duty of tie! Trustees"i, : of HON. J. A. STALLTVORTII.MOBILE. .

t in contract witli her iioighU-M (flo it \\or.U not do j I her private home i is exceedingly small, the lbs I| to pevuli.ir location of the eity, we upprehenJ,, I I oily present the naked question whether a majority -o sign the lx nd*." The HtFi swtion male it i: April 25.-The Hon. J. A. Stall worth '
ii to contraetber \% ith a progre-s.ive people: )) lies io i ir j than to a disposition on the part of the people of r i va re-iioniinated to Congress to-day.
the fact of her exemption from rlnlutjfnl For I I pita] Surgeon will have nothing but alligators to i the rest of the Stile to overlook and ] the I of all theTriibUes may, by their concurrent vote the duty of the Trustee t8 fix the prices of the .! ,',
this it indebted the rule on. The editor that nail action give the Certificate in any way nhatcixre'llxrby public lands and make at-rnngcnifnt fur drainage, ; : :-
exemption pit to Woody of I I .rttiet forgot the very (.c t. claims and advantages e-f that It is in the I I ARRIVAL OF THE CAIIAWBA.

Doctor Francia, }left few arnbitteus aspirants I which led him to infer that the berth of the Purl I i of port i : igning their own name or through I l.re."In'tiol1. JLc.-and so in every instance, without Yaw Onitixs, April 22.-Tse! 'learner Caleats
we beliey*. .
behind him to contend for empire. 11J.icinUS a fteecure-the! alwence of private J j power Apalathieoll to secure the i | their secretary or otherwise. The 2d and 3d resoi exception where a power i is conferred at all, it i i. 1| less arrivid, and he brings Havana dates to the
The contains clout eighty thousand coii truction of the road indicated. They have the
j |
I lotion i
Republic 18th .
speak of the or iianner and/onu in instant.j
the wuy conferred the Trustee
esI.ro"ed necessity of the on In practice; the idea
little than Hospital \
equate a larger one e>f our larger LliM. | lucan. or ft all events J
miet can for There
procure; diem doing j which w ere no signs of a revolution the
the mover of thee resolutions thinks the j on Island
States. rarrotindcd ing. There times pow I has ben ncti d 1t11e Trustee !
are that
like I
aot Lt water, an at as many as one hundred]I M>. The five thou ard upon a major j ,
dollars .
island] and the rivers deep ar. nivigable. In soil L I sailors congregated on vessels at the J'.rt Each i i I to the Main twenty( Trunk" would> nbscribedi ] I f r may be exercised, but as the form or viannet of j ity may i-gilly d f ftlifct" the' Trustees" are required ,j wp to the leaving( (-thee ('aheawba.3lxii:1T .

and e'imate it is one of the mOlt channirg in more than hate paid I exercising the i ill One thing and the existence i '
"pt one of them a )[Medical tax, and when power j to J.). Accordingly a majority: ftoin the beginning ; $.
the of the Plata J3'1 yet lick- (.1 ite
a in expends every re-qni
getU"y L valley j preliminary survey,, i of the itself is another I
he-re :
t site te alley the MiM.s"ippL It lies I ness occurs, sailor roust 1'1 either confined to> i nut expended in this way, would have contributed : power propfse to i of the system, Las invested the mon y of the runs Ntn VI-UK. April 22-The sales of cotton to day

In this nltY. geographically aMissouri does I the hot nnwholecmo air of the vessel, or be carries]I i much towards courider only the abstract right a" presented iu the i j in stocks to a very large I1I11 Unt-a-majority ha I j! Were iiniiiiport.int. Flour slightly declined, inles
awakening inti-re-t
In the ,valley of the Missi, ippi. only a warmer to a build:ng provided by the Government,it being j j fortunesvf city. By putting an their own .in the i I let resolution, leaving the more immaterial matter j j fixed the prhes of*!ie land-a Majority has made I j j 6,000 Larrvhu.Vheeat dee-lined, Miks 2,000 bushels.!
dim.tt general iu thrs The time J of the ( for Corn d e-Iirc-l with sale-s of 2SUX) ) bu hK Mixed
I country. i I | lers to the w he-el, : particular unit subsequent disctiei-ion.i :
imposi-iblc to him to a will not only contracts for draining the land'- a mujority has '
must coiae when these >ast plains of the La Plata convey private dwelling, theirlt'l.plc hOUI'1 ssjepropriated at 83, and Yellow at 86 emts. Sj lnt fi Turpen

mu@t cease to l>e mere grazing grounds for innumerable for the reason that cone 5 il to be lint for such pur. I j ktrale selves,a but\ ihlisigness will find such evidences to help Fir, then, I lay it down as au indisputable legal I the money of the Fjmd to %'ari(,n* pr.r- I tine (teadr." Jtosin h bmant.. Rice firm, at 3{ @

)herds of wild cattle, and. i: turn become the j pose. The Marine Hospital 5 in for the nccommol"tion self-reliance] exciting sympathetic Of :(' from proposition that whenever l tire law requires poses. In short a inajvnty at almost very inciting j jof i 4j} cent*. -

neat of a mighty empire. II of the sailors not for the of etery county hi the Mate.P responses mirubvr of persons to do a public duty majority ,I- the Trustees," i is in the habit of di.ehargingfoine, j j NEW ORLEaNS, April 23-a1ct ff cotton to-day

Tee river certainly have en rivals on the globe inlla"itul 8t of that number rmy legally .K> it. Tlis 1 3.00i> bales. The market is unsettled, and in some
Marks and it is the first business of the to -- I principle of the duties' or exercising some of the |>t,wer im- |
A fre'h running stream with a surgeon t! case has declined j @ J cent. Middling 12
of the la has { -
: distinct current, where it is fflih.s wide ..ndIleither look aftvr the comfort and welfare of its inmates. .>SACOLA, Ama ISth, 1S53.Mnssns. w been settled since the tbr or Lord I i-oet1 or conferred on "the Tni'tces," and a doubt 1 rrri-rbt* on cotton to Liverpool -Jd.SAVANN .

bank in view and I After that, should he have EIUTOKS wrote after Coke. Chancellor Kent, delivering the opinion cf ,! of the of their
; 'brnch. one thousand any spare time, he can you immediately I legality proceedings buns never been 1 U, April 25.-Sales of cotton to-day 20 J

two hundred luilesYrom the sea, except on the divert himself practicing on and I I my arrival here, now a month since to send me, the Court in the case of Livingston vs. Lynch ((4 I Ii trjnret-ted. But vet when the duty required of l.aW The market i* very dull. x

bar, i Ii_from twenty to sixty feet.deep. and it is but I occasionally dissecting) A1gatrl editor. :sour caner to this .nl-tpp \nn of them_n____ ,hare._ v,.f. i I John. Ch. R.. :'.) uses the follow her Ian< runtri. viz : :i I thee Trustees" to sign said bond agreeably to 1 ClUBLKnToX. Aplll 2i.- 'ale* of cotton to-Jiy:

"! i one I have Cllne extented tnrte thi* letter too long and muvt Candidate 11lgUll. ftnived. I wrote at the same time to New York J I! tion"Lord between Coke (Co. Litt.and, 181 b.,) took tlo :dUinci I i the provisions of the act" is to be discharged, it i it 1,3M MOBIL( little.*.April The 25.market-Mtleof i* unsettled cotton sud to irregular.day 300

I close by congratnltaing you upon this plorious The for Supreme Court. for a similar purpose nnd my New York paper arrive I admitted that in pMtc mutters of private public eoncci associations n the foiee and I Iof 1 contended by some that tacIt one of the Trustee |I I h-sl.-. The narket was grnt-rally unsettled and

ft troublesome of press of East and South Florida seem to favor regularly in seven from date. i .Ini). Middling I ie.! since
Lc'ure your days Now I do 11:. maprity should govern because it was for I mutt concur or else the certificate or bond cannot Nothing the reception -
Administration. a no'party Convention for the selection of not blame von at all in this matter, for I I the (j of the steamer's news.
candidate / public good and the be l issued
happenedI power was ta be more legally so as to mike it the '
I hare the honor t l>e. with high consideration I for the Supreme Court but we believe the other efay to step inte the Printing here I favorably expounded than when it was created for j binding (.n NEW Yonv, April 25.-Cotton qniet, sales l.OOO
I \ ; fund. I unable draw
t am to
when the distinction ,
the !
Jour Excellency's obedient editor's mail I litre liale-s. Thee steamer's
very was in
brought containing In I newt twine too late to have
that in this section private purposes. Viner (tit !
there I
I is a Authority ) we i
J.l n BOWLIN. i "Iie gtncrllgee- three successive numbers of your and the have several co'es aaarking the fame distinction !j contended for, and must think that if a majority any effect 01 the market. Flour closed dull Wheat

from ment that jxir/y should have nothing
tie Jaekionnllt Republican. choice members to the Court, a division g've Uncle Sam a bloving up for sending confidence
compose us or personal trust of benefit the Trustees" are required to do
majority ,
Trial Alfred such a slow coach. Is it to [ a majosity niay a!'o STILL
Sear be wondered LATKR THE"
sentiment exists to the of at that cannot conclude the minority but where -ARIUVAL OF
L I propriety holdingany the people of West Florida should thuepow-er sign the bonds according to the provisions of the
1 PATITKA, April 2!. 1858. Convention at all The entertain favora is of a public or general nature. the voice of the majority I I I
Editor r.suime trial of Alfred S ?ar* for Quiney Republic f.nor bly the project of annexation to Alabama when will control oil grounds of public conveisi Act" r\CJFIctS.1D CIRCASSIAN.
-the murder of Ma .J. L in adherence to the old way leaving the field thy receive daily inniU (iota Mobile! and -- -. ;
) Gregg .your city on the open other ence. Att -. G"n.r.. D.I\), 2 Atk. 212 ; Rex Ti.I ---- !
k "2 9th March lst has been in progress. in this place to A many gentlemen as see proper to allow their )l1es'.Alabama, and are to completely !"<>]:ted Ut(,t'D.S T. R. 592 ; WithneU'vs. Grantlmni, 6 T. '!i Supreme Court Decisions bites Declined l>uri ff g/elrrrk l-l6Jto\
daring the pst day*-.the nnut of the case names to be used In connection with the from the country ca--t and south of them.thal they I It. 888 : Grindley t*. Barker 1 llffloo and Pull, 229 I'j We have been furnished with on abstract of the ;

1 k bn1n'L,( changed to tI.t.l'utnaniCount.-) and In this view the } p.iion. know alinoct as little out. ns they do of ToT I Green vs. Miller, C Johns. It, 39, and 5 Co. CS, A,; I points decided in ca.cs submitted to the Supreme ST. Jonx, N. F.. April 26.-Thee tam yacht beloDgiiig -
I His ltontrJsdge rUH1 presiding. Mr. Solicitor 10riJia1 heartily CUI U" Yours truly, T. B. f i to the New York Assoeinted Tfess boardetl
It is Court
that its late
Ii Paw kins,.Junes M. Baker and J. L KirkUod. Esq's., We agree moreover ,'itl the Republic in the sound I presumed no lawyer, cfter examining | session in this city. Two other off Cane Race to day the etoam hFp Circa >)an,

I Appered.Counsel for to prosecution, '.nd le.1 views expressed in the follow: ing paragraphs: ':lie paper 5s reg tslarly: mailed, and why it fails these cases, will doubt their authority. The only I cases wire decided tie! points in which we will en vihich left Gahvuy. on Monday, the 18lh of April.

;i4. t I BurrUo.nd Gel Call. E ej'* for the defence There is one question io particular to reach our correspondent is inexplicable to us. question then remaining is, whether this principle I dtavor to furnith in our next. i iJor.c COMMERCIAL.!

: in attendance wife and during brother the cf trial the of prisoner the have and been sincerely hope.i not be allowed to \'Mcl this we A very material change can be made in expediting is applicable to the tale strider consideration. Lei *, (1 til. v*. Dexter, Adminittralor, J.'c.tt il. | Liverpool Cotton Market.-The sales of eottori .

I case, occu I contest, Railroad bond mail matter between us see. The decided in this during the \teck
near the prisoner question, in Quincy and the Apalachicola I points case are : were 43,0M luile The lower

pie Ajury lat"'I ne>t CnlplDf1k after the rfguar I the other Florida words,Railroad the dispute between GoPerr< and I ri\cr. By the present schedule,the mail leaves The Sd section of the Internal Improvement Act I 1st. That the Statute of Distributions, pawed in and qualities the declined {
] panel had been tt Twenty-five tales too much agitation Company. 11fe matter.ba btn It I Quincy for the rhtr on Mondays, Wednesdays and says that all Rail Road bonds shall contain It Certificate I 1828, directing that per onl1llJroperty shall be distributed market clvsiil qliirt.

men were were empanelled.summoned The case ,110. twelve jurors I certainly l.as a1reaJyaout the selection of I Fridays, in the ,norlli,!. The stage, with all the I on thfpart oftht Iriixtcct of the Internal Improvement I I according to the provisions of the law reg. ADDITIONAL BY THE CIRCASSIAN.ST. .
I. Solicitor, rhe after directing the'8 pMS opened net to by uld"p.8od Judges.with For would anyone have the Judges elected I mail matter for the West East of Qui!cy, leaves Fund that said bonds are issued agreeably ulnting descents, was intended to refer to any law JOHNS, N. F. Ajiril 56.-The sale of cotton
'i the l I a sustaining either of the parties, in Tallahassee the to the provisions of this Act and of tJ'lCnts"I.icb be during the week l in l
qt reading indicLment made ft few ol]>en- their unfortunate We I on same days IU'arise in the mON that the Internal might in force at the time Liverpool were 43.01X) bales

log remarks. Te Iueal ,'itD(81 for the prosecution would not only be disagreement unjust but immoral hop4 in not.the It I' i>/7, and reaches Quiney about o'clock in the af- Improvement Fund, for which they are Trustees Hint the right of distribution i might become veted.2d. of nliieli speculator*took S.of'O and xporters6.6i.iO
1 ex bale- Thee
;:liJ The fact were of the mOd r was and gave clcaly in their eetablihed.11 testimony.- trem for either party to as>k a pledge from or even I tcrnooti. Of course there is no connection because is pledged to pay the interest as it may become Theist the two provisions contained in the actor I Fair Mobile rnarkrt 7| ; Fair eHsod Upland qr rt. ?J Fat; ?Middling Orleans ?Orleans f-;

The defence seemed to rely upon certain threats to,support. all a the candidate upon any such. gund& i j the Western mail instead of tfailintf for the arrival due on said bonds," and the 9th section of the Act I descents of 1829 by which it is directed that I I 7 5 ISd' ; Middling Molik 7 3-lU! ; Middling

which had been made by the .1eea6 upon the shall not
Ii person of prisoner Inch threl' were brought to !! think with Gov. Perry or, the because they Railroad may nulls, has already left Qoincy. The change we I the Internal Improvement Fund after hating re i! title to any real estate deiived from the father or 4'i7/M' of whe'et-he 341,000 bales were American.
li 'riJa I Rosin
11 the of Seari the was heavy at 4s.Cd.anJ
I the forced
knowledge prisoner. I Company in to the suggest is to require the Western ceived a Certificate from the State i mother in the case be each real rate
r 'ts were by W. D. WI The regard controversy, but because mail not to depart Engineer that i tony c tate shall were 4i 3d. Spirits of Turpentine
defence a15 f"f prod proved byreveral witnesses r.Gregg I of their soundness in morals and law, their capacity I from Quincy until the Eastern mail is due there twenty or ten miles, as the case may be, have been j i descend and pass to the kindred of the parent from I (4l5e6tL steady at 41s.
to the
Lad repeatedly made threiiti about the prisoner.h. .- serve of other, willingness to do so, rejrard- thus making a through connection from East to I graded in all respects agreeably to the specifications |I whom it derives the estate disregarding the father S
1.i question what is
h. At the con(1ui"l of the testimony Mr. Baker made 1 what i.eveiy j usUee., save law, and West As the matter now stands, the mail is little ,[ of t1.iuet. to sign said Bonds agreeably to the provisions j! v lucre it is derived from the mother, and disrcgardI I I GENERAL NEW a,

t I II; A able.and and feeling was followed address by on: CoL the I.ar Call of in the an prosecution. exeeedingly We wj'l add, what has been uttered by us here better than a force. We call the attention of our !j I of this Act' and deliver them to said RailRoad 'I I ing the mother where it is derived from the father Aii'tri.i of nil fpsitirvlr the belligerent Jeicands the simulfaneoiis Paris disarming ]

and Congressional delegation to the and Company. Here is not only a I I do not arp1Jto the distribution of personal estate potter letter
ingenious eloquentt-pee'ch on the tofore, that should be serious grooud of subject, hope power given writers regard peice as lirrMj'es*. The moveinenUof

t part of the prlnpr.lu which lie reviewed the testimony to any candidate who presents himrelf objection" that they w ill at once apply the proper corrective but a duty imposed on the Trustees" to sign said ;J of an infant dying under the age of twenty- the French troops have assumed most threaten

the at lengh, therefrom the conclusionthat a openmouthed We are glad to see that the vigilant Post Master bonds agreeably to the provisions of paid lIet." It I one years. The effect of this decision is to place ing L.rt'IOttion$ and preparations otherwise con
was apprehensive of fcodlly; harm upon particular question or tinue.
4 prisoner j questions at Apalachicola B. F. Simmons surely needs no argument to that this is the personal estate of an infant on the -
from is prove "a snine footing
t Mai. Gregg and others at the lime lie committed which may come lefore him for legal adjudication Esq., direclisg Thee Paris Patiie, nevertheless, asserts heat France
S the del At the conclusion of Mr. Call's re and who it held as the attention of the Pof Master General to the matter of public concern." and not "a matter of mere with that of an cdnTt derived ia the! same way, and has not been armed. Attriu' pr<>po.itioii* for
up possessing a
t the mark ti Cur took ft recef until 7} o'cock i its Cirue he thus commits himself in recul.1 advance.merit be. mails between that poiut and Tallahassee. In a private coufidenceor personal truttor benefit," and to make the Ctthcr and mother and brother andsisters Pence Congress are not acceptable to France, but

evening. The letter from him published in the Apalachicola Adicrtiser therefore, vn grounds of public convenience" and the heirs cuts minor as well as of an adult I the latter not Wing pr>-pared tu take the field im-
r4 Upon the re of the Court, Mr.Burritt people want 110 Judges who are Railroad men I mediately, it is believed that
resembling e>r lr. Simmonj : because the power and duty were imposed for the child with respect to personal property.The I Napoleon seeks rao-
en behalf of tlie says [
t plner. aJJreled the Court and I Anti-Railroad men w, with prejudices I tires for us delay. The miniateri.il statement 15 the
l Jury in a speech ( oer en bour, which was characterized so exacting per ar to their or partialitic I hI wo ld also refer the Department to the very public good, the voice of the majority should gov case of Bradford ts. Cole arose on a petitionfor .; English Parliament on the affair of Europe, was

by his u"ull ability. A crowded Court pen'er minds and tardy mail communication that exists between this ern. a road, signed by Ir. A. S. Cole, to the County postponed tenth tin 18t)> in-t. Parliament had
i i room listened toMs remark with much them unfit to hold, the scale of justice."_ I Office and Tallahassee-our mails being from six to In the ease of the Atty. Gen. ys. Davy 2 Alk. Commi&kmer, uta'ing that there had been on the I. unaiiiinoiuly voted thinks to the civil and military
CoL Dawkiu, Solicitor: We go further. A candidate who j tight Jays in trnn nip..i.n between those
made the aUentiou'j seeks elevation points, erorcosed road otf.een and army of India for their
j 212. three by ihnrter route a for tIe List tteen% orlw suppression of
I nlvjcars
persons were
speech !in wlehhe_fully 8u6tine bit to the Bench with opinions formed and while meN n.isA.'nre ""-(.'fIIPi:!;*!b tlio
I rrpui-auon a, a \igillranJ zcaiouaproti-ster us sue cnn question which after wards Ot'Old un- j fort-eightliuurs. Would especially ask that; the: I choose a chaplain to e.ffieiate in the Church ot Sand- --tliat it asthe nearest re ud of the plitit.ne"rI I tal affairs na deeiiledty warlike.IW.E.tIItL .
lives and of the I may pass in reviewbefore snail agent Jorihis State be i.etesctc.I ford." Lord to Tallahassee and that
property pe-ople ofthe fetate. ; to Vance a Hardwick held that (ito eft hem might I to portion of the n<- gbi;or-
remark. '( foreiMe and lie-due i and lil him, is, by the tlirt of the duqualified. coi.ntc'ion of M.-iiNnt Quine-y crud Cluttal.oochee. I do it hood in j STEA5ICOAT .
'rt were CODtiution. against the consent cf the third. which his practice laid-that! it would inconvenience EXPLOSION.i .
tened to with attention and interest. After lucid \ No Judge or Justice, by our Con-titu- 1 i would take' thiopiiortuuity to tarnc. ly re- I
1 and learned from quest that the Deivirtment in In the cane of the King vs. James Bee ton, ((3 persons sending for him in hi"business McMrnu Tcin., April 2G--Tlie etenmer St. Nich-
Putnam tiou is :
charge Judge at to the j allowed to preside iu a case with winch Lo awarding contracts. I olas has exptoded. Thi
43 law in cases cf this character the ease was submitted baa been I in the lettings of April, twenty-fifth. enteitain such Durn. and East. 592,) thee church wardens nd I as a physician and compel them to go some five lost about boat aitd cargo are totally

t the Jury at lOt o'clock and at the time of previously conncted either as counsel orotherwise. propcsaU (o.iy) as provide tor this place. with theurieproved overseers, (being six in all.) were empowered to I miles further, and he placed the Commissioners to j the ;boat forty lost two j>t-rson., mostly belonging to
ll the I Wlithis exclusion unless fuciluies j are or uus-MCg.
present writing they hue the fiamers Mcmtngly granted in the .
nol agreed upon a projso.sale make contracts for the benefit of the poor. Five of give it eonsiJ'rnlion and report whether or not the
1' .trdict Your te.We of the Constitution intended that when a invited and not return to the present in- 1
< very
[ them ma-ie a contract and the other I bail Bradford TIlE
cflici t.i. mail faciliti, which one refused would be damaged more by the road SICXLI.3ACQLCrrrAL
learn thattbtriaI rerelte-l in finding Mr. j takes his feat upon the Bench he must there 1 the :
$ go j i ruere-ial interests of this titj-" cornc i the question was whether all should concur in rcaj being opened or the community by its b t
Sears j
of j w ith mind
guilty a unbiased
man laughter. the
by prejudice and free
l i: his Jury assessed I the influence from j Unfortunately. the otiicc of Mail agent for this I t ti IStale" king; the contract 01 w hether the majority of them I To which was attached a writing by twenty-two day, produced great excitement throughout the
punishment at $1000 ar. of opinions formed and whole A
for already
iwpn&onmcnt hirge
tnt ex. i has been i did not bind the rest." Lord Kenyon Ch. J. deliverinjr others in which the lsroc-siun was formed, andthe
I Ic t weln months I preyed ? And what is the difference between I rndPd-tenlp\lralily, however, I 6iguUII JOIn with A.S. Coleinhis counsel for Sickle. ansi hi* friends were
I SerenaI -
t : _. t| thus excluded and a candidate who one we hope. Had (5en. Smith been retained we are the opinion of the court said : A eon- petition." I* dvtL The result has been received here with in

Cashmere- .- C, goes about the ,I certain that the irregularities no common in the I: tract has been entered into in which the pnrih at I The Court decided that tick application was not terne ati->facllon.
Goat for ; streets
letting know
I everybody what his
j opinion is I West would have been, to a large extent remedied. large U concerned, and which the act of Parliament in accordance with the statute, and that the order
The Picayune **ys Jlr. Aaron RofT. of i stud who makes a merit of the fact that he thus !! TROUBLES IN UTAILLUVEXWOCTII
Georgia has
With tire
regard to the communication between i parish officers with the II of the Commissioners
concur. County
wasinNew Orleans on the 19th ult his I Apa. j granting the road be
on take- in advance
way of his elevation i
2C. Late
I to Cherokee county in Eastern Trxa to deliver to the I'I lachieola and Tallahassee, the fruit is in the failure j I renee of the parish! to enter into ; and the quest ion reversed and set aside. That the petition should Utali April Intelligence-from
t Bench ? Is he not. in spirit, as much rj>revnt attain in a critical penntion. The
S t CoL Yokum, 8 well known citizen of that citizen 'I excluded disqualified as j to connect Quiney, adverted to abore. If the j j is. whether one obstinate man, in opposition to all i'i be by the people of the neighborhood getting forth Judge had dismissed the juries because they refused
that section of though by the direct letter of the law '
mere shawl species country, goat of the Cash- But it T- I Western mailj detained at Quincy until the Tallahassee the rest of the parish in an act in which they are I'I I IInore 'I A neighborhood necessity, and praying for a neighborhood to find true bills against murderer Johnson and
purchased by Cot Yokura of I was not our intention, in the outset to !
I Gov.
Mr. Riehare 1'tLN.of Atlanta. One of the goats who should should remark stage arrives the communication will be : interested than he i i", shaH! be able to defeat .!' not a private road. I II Cumming hate disagreed and the legislative
or not be branch
it blod. upon placed on more direct and not otherwise. i'i their And he I In the are opposing the Executive. The danger
pure ; the other two are ewes the Bench. We purpose again say Beside, in I case of [NOfl r*. the Talhhainee Raiboad of an outbreak
designed was considered
more to imminent.
--of three-fourUis t f-eveu eighths pure Llod particularly give -- ', common undertlafuliny, that which is required to be !I Co., the Court held that the
'. the of those Where Company was bound
who have I
The namet been
Cashmere goat was .. this suggested as ca n- are they t I* there an KeUo done
country in 1849. by D. J. B. Thivia.ofSouiis Caro- /I didates for the Court of which there are not a few What has become of the laws of the last General by the church vardetit atdortrtcerf, ittaii'Jied j I to pay the value of a slave who died while in the ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP TENNESSEE.

'u"Lo obtained much Assembly] ? Is the question by being done by a majority! and indeed if we were I Ii I employment of the it NEW OKLEAJS April 27.-The steamship Trpneee -*
and thus frequently heard lure. [ Company being alleged that
tb.m.at expense I leaving to the reot-lea a wide vance from which I i from Vera Cruz, with date from the
We would like to determine otherwise the of
to know City
iaconrcnience I II
IVWVA the (onrtwlrc \Va the would the slave did
dlllPllIlvrU see not receive
IVJ OUIiMII 111 ncccasrfrv and Mexico
i5zJz; a to make a selection. For the Chief care attention to the 19th Inst.. has arrived.uen .
Turkey, Ibeynre not the 'lhllha.1 i Justiceship two law published in the Floridian, but it is very inconvenIent : i be so great as to mate it necessary for the IegUIature in liia sickness. -
tt ,goat or the.Angora and gentlemen only, w e believe are prominently to save all the files of that to I < juramon reaeiiej Vie eapuol on the 11th
bt laLurl.t paper get I I[ to interfere and pasyanolhcr law." :t In the case of Martin the im>t. aiths a diminished The liberal
1 country hue j meulioued-the present incumbent. Judge Baited them. If one was to do so, cithers would be borrowing n Pensatola d' Georgia ajmjr. army
E From agree different number ': In tlettss. .e ofWithnf'U n. Grantham,((6 T. B. 388,) I Railroad bad been defeated and driven from Tacn'jaya and
goat white to the
te pure color, and silky fne I i and .Mr. Justice DuPont For Associates several see differed law ansi Conipavy Court decided that Martin Chapulter with loss bftwo
ue* and great length of their fleece-its nlul. Western they would not be returned. Besides it will take 'I a man'founded a school and gave the ro".rofap- wise subscribed to the capital stock was bound Mirnmon is a the huftdfedmen. Gca.
gentlemen been murdering
a mou.the animal jie-ldinj: four to pounds I suggested. Among Sonic time before the Floridian. can publish them poJnting the ath.oolniaeterto the Vicar and ChurchWardens I t the the foreign inhaLitaat of
adaptability ,fv i them we mention the present Judge of the Western in full, and people arc in immediate want of them i t pay assessments notwithstanding the acceptance city iodiscriminately, and has laUtd a formal
tin? deteror. | In ft few weeks the election ,of w horn there were eleven. Lord Kenyon, by the Company of the benefits of the Internal protest against our recognition cf the federal -
qIO/ 1ith the goat ,j Circuit lIon. J. J. Finley, CoL C. C. Yonge, and of Justices of the Peace I gorernment
4 and will be Ch. J.,ifler much argument said, On the He has banished Consul Black PCS'
retaIning theirpeculiitrsnd J nluJLle characterfitiea :I A. U. Bush Esq. We think that the West should held and we learn that those concerned in whole I Improvement after the subscription was quiets has taken Mazatlan. The
-their needing little care; their vigorous : I Tallaha-SKce have not even sent the Poll-Books over ;I am clearly of the opinion that the nomination of thee I made by Martin. English tquadroa
- frame and be represented in the Supreme Court, and all that here. We are forcing payment in the Pacific port ; and the
frugal II1..C the delicacy end nutri. I is needed suppose the pleasant task of making I plaintiff (the, school master,) by the Vicar and a i In the case of ffBritn vt. Brute, it was held that British Aliuiater insist on full r yment of all
tivusnesa sit their flesh their to insure the election of either I, them out without
I ; capability cf defence I of these compensation, will be left to the !
Against oilier Judge of Probate I 'Majority ale CSurcht"Warden*, was a valid nomination since the passage of th married woman' law in clairoL He has of dertrd the Custom House officer
animals.-Llueytuustpruvetlte gentlemen, in our is for Negligence somewhere .
dot o opinion the friend of all perhaps I at Vera Cruz
: most of the they think and Lawrence,J., in the same said N/ : this the husband to lay a million and ft half on custom
case State of
\ variety goat that can inlroJueed to I webelong to Alabama alrejdy.-Jcriamta I nyeneral a married woman could j house
t Into the b agree upon some one as candidate and pre I Patriot \ it would be the I } revenue, and in case of refusal La given
country April 23. wtdtrtlandiny not maintain .
of a plain action in his
him awn name on a note orders to bombard the
cent to the of the I city.MARKETS..
people State. In I tpayable
Pctari. )
: proprietor of the Devon farm near addition The .have been forwarded !' man thai ichere a body it do
by the Secretary of per tent to an act, a to the order of the married
woman net
I h been Hon. D. S. Walker, of Leon t endorsed :
succeniful Alexander
eminently in Judge
Atnt .
blood .Cha thmcre crossing MeI I of State to all parts of the Commonwealth and | majority of thai body eould bind the r'*!." by Ler. j .
te pure < Lck with the common Donald of Madison and Judge Forward I
: goat, and the fleece of fourth crosses ia I of East should leave been received at Marianna ere this.- '! In 4 Iredell' Reports, 447 CLief Justice Rums of I: MOBILE, April 3&..-S le* of cotton to-day 800

it I wonderfully, scut light, long tle and Mhite. We Florida are also suggested. From this array of We would also inform the Patriot that there is no I North Carolina discusses this subject with masterly I THE XuoiitA FALLS .Y I bales. Middling It Q 12} el*. Sales for thrte
well vod names, there would seem to be nCH4tnThe Chi day 1,400 bale. for three
no difficulty in Receipt days 1,900'bales.
CAl nan that tle famous Cashmere election of Justice of the Peace in lay, ft* heretofore j ability, and lays the general principle dawn thus : cago Press and Tribune saya that law ..taI I
made of precisely I wool should: be of chooJcg a Court that will command the confidence Freight on cotton to Liverpool Jd.
.u I."J texture aiid dur.Llf qualities. I the people-one that will administer the law having been changed. These important I Now, the rule with respect to power of ft public I\ dent of that city, while detained at Cairo, wrote to I Sew Yonc. April 23. The cotton market wa*
I Several) animal of thi* valuable breed the justice "with% functionaries are henceforth to be chosen at ; .duref even though not judicial, conferred on seri i i pa per the maruuuecountof the crossing of heavy to-day, with sale. at 10-J iles. Middling

t : Jir. are already in Texas and with the says adici. out fear favor or affection," and none other should the election for county officer in the month of October. I i eraL is, that the decision of a majority b valid,'' !' Press Niagara and River Tribune on stilu, by the Gaspa ilorelli. The i upland 12Jc Flour firm sale ,15/KM barrieWb *.-*-
, of I be elected. But if in pibluJied story appending A -at buoyant sales 23.000 bushel red
the at
that State for raising sheep investigating qualification Had it been '' ; tl 35,.
apbOti finer otherwise, w e are sure thai the citing Coke and the case above referred to. notecautioning the read.r not to b* too credulous. I whit tl 7&r Cora buoyant sales
of 12.000 barbel
.1;- |ut. kind to it* ckfreonrce t qualities, i I., every worthy addition cf notice.of I be found* gentlemen, any or all of them slwmld rigiUut Secretary of State would not ban beG r- j Chief Justice BalUell of Florid*,io an opinion re I I Icently The letter was taken up by New York journal as I white at|1 <0 and 65 cenU. *n4 yeflow, at 83f end*,

1 pandering to p>pulaTpr*3u4icesby u"..- mine in forwarding tit needful Poll-Books." pronounced by blot cites with approbation ;i' original correspondence and from ithanbeea widely ; 85 cent B .
c rieti. Spirit of Turpentiot, fail], Rosin heavy.




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Under tM I. caption the itagea.Bainbridge' A. GALLIETS I EiB.ADE =. _- r '

to task and the Democratic 'papers of this Argv Stale takes who! I in receip of a Iurr rnd T-ll selected stock ( I OVEI SewingMachines.i I "S SPRING ( I Spring & S Summer -

have are still cppo c'd to making pohLual j nominsUors. We are opposed Jo a pclltioul Sewing Machines 'ew Style. Price: f-o-n GOODS f 1859
nomination (or Judges, bix'.ni.e we "CoJord.r! the) I i piiwj and S&nonaRredw. Made cothinr;, $50 to tUO citra crarg s of?5 t>r heraraeu. ThoJ For Compressing Cotton and Hay.r.TENTED !

above all j nhtics; Ixrutis-e lrJndgc'in ptr-Joitioc Itaft and Cap ll&.it and hoes, Family }Jachnc'J :: are strong 6ifllftt.! eauykeptinordtr. Sew o. I UST RECEIVING OUR bTOCK OF GOODS -- -
r running his ofiicml du'i'' 'as rr right 1o f";ard or Onxriu, H* jft., Jlrcnjitf; < -, de. J a Strong ee.'IU1. better and cheaper sewing 185S.o J COL.oOTJSJ 0.' 1L sea o-rw ft"c..hirrg a IM.Il4-IU"J {IIH.a< tment
carry ont the I'rint"ipl";] *>f atlyiirty ; ttt thspcroon I thia a Eenn'Ffr.,. can eren:jf tie woiks fir one I' tot "/"1:1.do Sl'MXZR CLOTHING.Uutleii1

who is exslte] to tl:'* b'jrh sini tioble position --April SO. 168 9.-- --IS- ___- -_. _- I I c.ct an hour and are cnquestimubl/ best M J- ----- i :Ary Goods ; !I ( I .-a' ft-ruirb-i-c goods of cVery .
nhoald be cliiof in (he waiket for t. Jescriplioo.
;s vul, With refircnoe ".jljjs 1f'Sfll I Iiwhlies Notice.LL I milJ fvwMisr.xw account tfI 7 o T'lentcrs and all others inlcrssted. GROCERIES 'I Viu'li Ciothiog.
: their AND HARDWARE j
I timphrcy. Jrabihty.. ease at Ulftll'cemect.llId ;
We are r.-. s' \"I' nnx-.oJs: for 'convrr-lioi i \ 'ni.' adaj,tatiJt to fall val ietie. cf fimily ce,'ipc-executing wondciful I -\LO- .
a te | persons ; clmns or demands: against: I THIS Prw-s which has recently been Hats Boots Shoes I
ironi-rittc Jud?<\ for we lli.ve the p 'j'le <'f tH,Li X\ the! eetat (if Ji-hn D. Thtn-ipson deceased! late ; either heavy or finer, with equal facihtj nted. and capable of pressing or > &c, A fill! supply' c.f Black and Colored CIot s.

NUte are capaLie of n-i.ilitx (!eml!"aiMiof ffticiei-t j cf r.-. evuiily, are rtqurtled! to rreernt them duly nod withrrit fpecul adjustment sing bay fodtler. or any other aiticle C01uprellcutfoa. required BOND & 'CO. Clack and Fancy Spring Cassiicvrrs,

ability without tao! ; tnanipuia'ion of either! a party 'j j authenticated. tojlhe uudereigmd rr to Judge Uvrjnn rir Send for a Cnculnr.AdJres to be put up in small! compass, is now offered for Llojd. April 2,1819. 14-tf I Sill! and Marseilles! V cSl llb'

orawyothcrkindofaeotiver.tion. Tr-e ,iiersonswho !' Judge! if Pillule Tallahassee: L. IL FOLSOM, CentcrTille. Fiit.April I sal. to planters! and others wr.nl ing either Individual '-- Black Drab Deta ATpacca. Arabian Glare,
one illlo the f.eM to win tl.e itioa cf a I i j i I3. 1S59. 17-6ra -County or State Ri brll. White Brown and
a :JHJ: Si-pr ne O. W. JONES. I This Press is propelled by For Sale Fancy Drilling*,
Court Jud e. flat liareahtste ropu.ition 4.. a i\I A jail! 3\. 18.9 18SwA ---- d.onbJer.\eb and piuioon, requiring but two revolu- ITiitk arid! Plain Linen' '
!iwycr. tint Ilk the T1t's..e! .'"t'-'t. i if tl.trc -- -- PLi to pMkr | Potash I Crew:i. Grey ant, Clack SUkrcixed Goal
ill I' l | 'T1liS'{ lITEL( ) I'I I'tioos compress bales of cotton weighing I, lOCK Sap Sago. Cheese. Pickle! ;. Crad- Spring.
'e a 'OJJ\"ction. we L"jv it uill cot 1- a 1'I I i: .SPLEADID OPPORTUNITY 100 lo 1000 pounds__I he power given to the !;: Mackerel by BOND 1 CO. t iiigs fur suits.
ili.1I1; .11". I lever
'ra.11a.haS3CO. ly Iwo negro feUows. As for and '. Lloyd April 2. ItO. 14-tf I All of which we are. prrparrd'h roflrioCjotar
.. ... speed
Y. fa. ; .6 &'LJ- it.nroTibt2icK.Tct.tin ; .s. J ,017 E 2 IP Mf U power ,
: in tile Ktlottion' aurpaaiieeanv other! vr'* now in tie ,.rJ.! The I I promptly 10 the best ant! most f sLoqallf. maooer..
of Jui1je; withant nov \\'iropulling ; C. H. FISHER Propri tor. adv ntjge. of Ir4is are numerous. It ra PUll t Java end Lacuira Coffee fi P'ease give us a .
..yy1? (fl\r-FTh press }' J7LIO >rjmle bj CaLL
from \ ffi? __
( ?
of )
any c/iucnn .r any .et 1II'n'J.o i in re'tlsttu"tyit. I
place! ther-iselv's'tip adtirerstif A .l .iiA I April n. 18&9. 16-ly t easily put up. end not liable to get I Lloyd April 2 HW. B-t( Maven :). enas.lII4IoItlUS JL\RK.
"* m the wbvle 'Om.tnoll".tllhh. irfi&KuflL. i I out of reIei-, ns many of the other presses of the I I : __ -
'We h

vou<.bed. f.T l/y the 7ant voice incnarLor(e ol ability I
tl' vW
not 'e receive all'of their character frcn T. Xsoiir get out the timbers and do all the wood work and I
-* Spring Styles. Lloyd, April 18S9. 14-'f! "TlT'Eare Stock of SPRING
the f *t -:t It-*. 'iitLcr I now reeeiving our
lire D TT ROM the
a well known
'ir.:>cral or .n Gallery: of Tucker A Per- jdt cost the p'anter more than $]GO. V"
------- SUlISEIf GOODS of
Arr.criran. I I' kins. Augusts. Gs- takes great "pleasure in in. ri"MIi"8uVeril: >cr*. arencwopfiucg theTa SPR3XG '.I A model of this pres i ii now ou exhiriliun at the I ("\ HX AllU r.Gs. Shootings and Rlirtinf.ir sale ilrdware consistlpij Grocerie .
We have l3' i<,invtiurtJioj'B! in fie! r.bt d \a- I firming the eitizens of Tallahassee and vicinity, that J- fVTOCiv. It is the largest and 1 bests il t t1 Post Office in Tallahassee, where the public is invitedto I Vby BOND A CO. Dry Goods, .
>'PJ* rentletnta! 11aYe oC-.red sale Cr ck ry, Cfcmn : &ln>e. Hats &.
for thi be hns 01 e tbiy er for in
Mgh | vsition: *td f e stcj petchacci the weil-Vnotrn Gallery formerly Sf ririg. c.i'J; and see it. Individual, County or State Llov! t, Apnl 2. 1659. 14-lf
." fl'**'3 It con"i-ts of the vit.il ,.lItieh'. Wp I Which we are selling at inodeiat priors. t
why we may hut j resent some peulleiix-n ooccjn'el Mr. 3arce* ll..iley.J. n: lit is now pro- uaruea few Rights will be dispo!ed of. I I
ut ur section ta oeerpy a teat in the S |>rit ij paled f.>r taki-i:; tho.e fcltk'Its in oath department, and v>\\l I La ha,*>pv t<. HENRY II. A I. C. SHRADER.ilanhJC and Powder. Candy and Lemon Syrup a.J 11KGINNIS5
x'ourt.Ve thud .rr. )ftiit forward tW nnnic cf 1 -r1-'r---> l' f bo\v (-r sell all i'r any pat t of >e tame to mr od! 1859. 13-4w SHOT Fluid. AlcohoL Turpentine.Teas March IS, 1839. 11 -3t .
Hon. JtA-i; J. FIM.IT, sa a uIIJ"I..n i .1|,.... R'JTE'; >j friends aiij the public. I Brown Loaf and Crumbed Sugars, ----------

jt&ir.rntiti: : are v.ll Lnotin in MiJale iir.d W. >.: whi.'h Lave emlied J the JaIl -ry he j ii front telebra- DRY GOODS. Since the above advertisement first appeared, the Sperm and Adnnntine Candle. Ladies Dress Goods; &c.
i I..ii.'.uiaril.! .ifcltn-Ju.1t'. of lh<- tOil far "r.-l "j.*.. };r. 1. vill alto intioduceiua following Cntifi'atf's have been received For sale ly BOND A CO. I
tt tt*" n t'tA'u't :.1 lr'-: nt. s- una h. in every rt. ft-w moutli. tic Heavy and J light; Osriaburgs, bv the bale piece or : I Lloyd. April 2, 1859. 14-tf II TACONF.T and. Lawn Robes a Laiie.fj .
: yard Stripes, Pluid" Dod : CALHOCX COCXTT, ALABAMA. hi Reine
{xxt wouJ: lI.q ;..n..r :11.) ludre to t!' r'uj>rcn.e PECO OG-B..A.P Priuh for servants wear a ,
llcj.ch.JlfK./r.r/.triJa _.f.-lcrtil!r. April :o. :' Madras and Verrua 11<:( ., for same in verily' ; a When Mr. Henry Sbrader commenced to put up T L'JHOKN, PANAMA and STRAW HATS to C a la laiperatriee.Printed .

Hoik Plain and Colored. large aMortm'ut of Lineu Good. Drills, DuckI'lant..re' *. his Rock and Pinion Presnes in this sod Talladega I _L/ for sale ly BOND & CO. Orgamiie R,bts, ,aitilly Lace MantilLia

The Ilvn. Ld'iard Cicrelt and I.olterien. ': The"e picture st I prt-sent lave IK Supplier. He lias j J jncn Cheeks, Ac Ac. .. Cottonades Denims county he was deceived as to the weight and strength Lloyd. April 2. J839. 14-tf Tlobes Gemgienne, I[Velvet Trimmed .

In Lis ,'I' llelit .!!i- rurw on the cnre r an.! cl.ar Ked'scvd the Piices of the .rnbote, and earnestly Marlboro Stripes Sheeting. Shirtings, Bed required ; consequently some of the castings broke I --- Ihre e Robes, iChantilla' Lace Points

ucirrofllioma Iu" "<*<, the 1I.". E4aarI l Ivvcrctttntulioi8 : : Miiiritsaenijtintinncc: of the patronage eo liberally I Tick*"., Calicoes Furniture, Prints aud Checks. he since b.iviui changed his patterns so as to give SADDLES anti Il idles Harness of nU kind-, frr I Children's Jecunet Robes, White Pink and Blue Tar

the inte'.'.tt.i4 fit that tIlt! Saljftt tit ln. ( be onrd tlp'| ," !lr. Bailey l.cictofore.CCT1 GOODS FOR THE LADIES. the necessary strength and adding weight He 'has BOND .t CO. ;' Bivailere! ll lrc '. I letcn Mnlin!

culocy lrc w'a j-tize in a I.'n Plain
.4 and Linen
.nal..ll't.ll.inr l to iay the founJaticu of hisVortCn.-<>. April '3. '"'". 17 $ figured Mushes and Pinions which works with great ease and despatch -- --:- ------ I end Jftoniwts.Prmte I iLatHes A Children's Par-.
.'r T.'hih J t lit : Orgindie and Jaconet Robes, Slid nccompli-hes fully what it is recommended I : I Brilliants. I als.
'b I
promote in *n extraor-Vuinry .I K' r(e_ to ---f----s-- i ic
In the oin-JHuciil upon 1 lotterim. it i ill 'dl to .,.,te Notice ---I I Bunutifi-l French Chintz Jaconets i ia Robes di Given ttodtT my hand thi 26th March, 1859. I N rle, 9 e. Chintz Brilliant .. Ln*, IiPles.t C ldrf'n'.

this tact ; oti'l irlnuliiilv j to rCIIiIlJ: our r.' Jerl 'j I I rinted Lawns and Munliiis WM. JOHNSTON. i 44 D ube! Skirt Punts. Stir's of various stvle! ,,
dat. nJ5n : l ])ERSOXS liavmjr' land Iwiiie-s Hsrlston and other style Oinglams I nl".k TnnjATtine. liomiel and lOit ICibbon.
.j !* ? III.> -56. >r<:;. to.TMHl, r !Jj A vlth me win I
CV>.. Wi iincpl! ,.ii, ntlawsr**, or Angy
llitv will) rwei\e in return \lcket in their legal-i j Ta2UlAsi *"
f5'Vii. or proportion. ((122J J 1 tST" cntiue1 l and WziknLTimes;! copy, and pub. rmbioidired Collar*, lif.w this day examined and witncfsed at the house 1'ROUPT PA Y1XO MEX ) CASH! ('b'STOJE1S March. 12:1S59. II I-8tEmbroideries
Linen Cambric
art I-nwn Handkerchief:
of ----- ----- -
---- ---. : I h I t'ElM. William Johnston Eq, near White Plains,the I \ --- -- -- --
The flclulltltl.o! r.run.ick & HoriJa 1111- Apii13,18tl. ]'-.aw UlbNnis Parasols Shades, Buttoui }>tkios, opfralioiu of the r/ew Patent Cotton Press, patented I LbokatthisI
: &c.
road Coirpany lcv ro,ojve.l continue Taf es, llreatl. Needles, PIR. &c., to their
road < 820- Beward.KUJ I HATS. 1 hailed that it will do and perform what is clahnuJ fir i TTAVING established business on a CASH i 1'.i'MBU'D Colors ar.tli!EmL'd llatidkerelii'fe. ,
iicj-onJ the wilh my
; junction the Main Trunk to Al- it fir ease, aud
despatch durability. JLJL fck-etes. and SwiilLinen
j A fine ncforfmeiit. Black Cassimere, Smoke Merico, I BASIS and abandoned the LONG CItEI)11'and j ;iC.lDlI'rlc.lll leu
linry, .ro-t1oJ i a pn'per t'1.fdtnr lilicrhli'.y i i. xervivJ I : >A WAY from Ole subscriber. lirintr in ,*. j I Prench Cable, Paris Drab Citizens Broadway W. E. BOWLING WM. CAMPBELL, I therefore., LONG PRICE SYSTEM. I am now I'm'e, Cuilars .t hi"": i Ilar.Js

: by jvarti. t-
:iiierT* loft Unsji.1!;'i,.: Turr.lay art f f the I i MieiaV! SO yc lIr'of rpe.of medium I.t'ihth1 Pearl Hair, Florence, fjioama, I Wm. M. HUGHES, JAS. LEEA I trade AN AMPLE EQUIVALENT FOR LONG :; purpote j nn-l bro'ti ermpltvxk Tli" nb've reward will be : anel I many ",tliCI.CLOJ'IIIXG i t C. M. MARTIN, il. P. JOH NS'ON, CREDITS in goods of the best qualities tad mutt <' Collars EmL'd Swim Muslic.
<\1n-f'Jil the line.Sprrial I I '
- -- .. i lodse! l.or inj.iil. J. W A YI..F.g BAKL1L ct-c. |I W. C. MYHATT, JAS. CAMPBELL.J. I
-- A p.il 51. 1859. 1 j-tf :i! Raglans. Sack*, 'rochenJ Coats, of Italian Cloth, j CONKFIELD, I Lo rest Cash iPrioos. large assortment_ <>f Pique Bi iJs and Fri (..
llotirrs.MV -- i Hrap de Eta. &e & Pilots of \11\ from be. \ : Cotton Card and Tss;(18. dc. de.j .
I c. +\ gra cs, l I Prrsons who have been in the habit of ordering I Ithcfr '
Just .
received mid
--- -- -- -- i Cas!un rre sod Fancy Jmen llrills, oown to common I Ij WHITE PtAirrs. AutAiU. ) I oupphrs from New York soil Nw Orleans will i ido : fur byil.rcli
I WHIRLWIND. j Overalls. V<.'ts, ,.f all suits, Shirts Undershirts and March 25th, 1859. J r } T7eli to examine my stock before doing so, as I G. JL J. EOINNIS3..

'nnELY : E Tml:rY M\VJ! Drapers ; Hosiery of all torts Collars Stocks Ties, j Mr. IfotT will 'c uta'r.lIy'kf''pon hand stock of i 12. JSU 11-St
( SHRADFR: a Heavy Dry I __ __ __. _____ __ __ __ __
I"KM ,OS w i hing to rai-e h.>rer- frotn Ulows! and I'oiket Handkerchief} Good. Plantation Supplies and implement Groceries
WHAT 1) }rar Sir-I take ] in i
IS IT ? pleasure adding certificate T. HAYWARD
.I lior.iiiTi bred I my other & SON
a I 'ire nf iiiKjuefrtion i SHOES & BOOTS. to vane lift. and reccmmen'iing Rock and and all Goods required m this mailet .
THAT vroNDr.r.ivL I'1IIFYING able p'-.lii'i"<'<' and H i'torinaiic.; '. |.I.II1I0W your which I will sell at A '''?'inable advance on the
.\mXTDalb.s : i | _ I I A large assortment of the best makes, for I Pinion Lever Press to all who m.iy want a Cotton or orig r'AKE pleasure in inviting the attention ol the
!' an 4'1'1".rII11.il\| t<> d I.. htfiu'ir.; .r the CIlh,'nr tr-prompt raying men who I -1. Tride generally: to their n tensive and complct'iassortment
Pinplnlactic) Fluid : Yt'IlH'LXMM': j .
tiaiidinr; will to their
;' nt \lban\ ur three ini'c 1 l kinds and 'thing of the kind I ever saw. agree pay accounts u: give me their paper ofSPKIXG
: I''(!""'. at n ly pUi.tJitioit on tinN< ,'1. a rife1. "tIc8, pai..el.ALSO at such periods during the as I d slrc.
I 1 j year may
TXit i. (? :t--w /Ii'-mv- / // tf ttf r. .,//o,( 7".,.,.<,/ ll.i fine young IIr. r-ivli-en linr.-! nnJ one j HARDWA FANCY- ,'I. The ab .Tc ii true D.J. A.IL JOHNSON.MURDOCK. I Orders from the country will be filled with care AND SIMMER GOODS,
Jtentwrh It I.ilfk GOODS
i* of'fittfH'iff! iSlilf' and. Ijaif iii<,1,. high ..f adcip b.icolor! and and r.tteution and the gooda forwarded by the first !
\Iril 16
: ,1S59:
IT i is a CLeralcal Colon of niateriaU.! |jmriJrd 'by hvautittil prvjMirtioif, mil l-e admitted) to Mario! NOTIONS. PERFUMERY. ,! __ .__ _____ _____ _ opportunity. Ripriiug everILIOauaIl, sold intliU market
j besides
l l I CROCKERY GLASS WARE, r many novelties, embracing Hats, Caps, Shoes
L.rvth t.
ture ; rl11J"il'rill.. tUrairacaiLc. ('a lie f.JI"wing t rnj : Trice fifty dollars tinca'i'ii I
'.: lit acti'iu us in obedience to rind laua.QnrK which mutt b" j.hen nt the! time of set *ice. j\ SADDLERY-, \ LSO TIN-\WARE ic, Ac I'. NEW GOODS I NEVI GOODS !II!! I CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVKS.NEW nnd Clothing! of the-O Utest styles.L -. .

by pool t.otr, or forty J.tllir in rash. If
SIRK, roircKriM: a tuare ]j jtfculd .1 Fuil Groceries : --- -0 I I Hats &.
not |h--ro\e .with foal in ti! cotir-e <.f th<- Kvjj-lu of Family -Say, j ji GOODS 3 Caps :

It puriSps (!w..Hin.iu1! l.t:1o4; >'j-rir.c: mason, \I.idl uiil; terminate on the 15th <.f i T..*. 5t1:lIrl..tYfices. Wint, !. Br.indie: *. Uic: *. Flour "\T7E are now receiving our Stock of SPRING & '! & Late*! S:"ibcr Style 1 Moleskin Hatj fur ii

It reMiiveK nil <>.Trii ire tx I.tI'C : ; Jfcii, the will 1)4 a:11.! .-uVvl tho ';'....:! cf the Fail j Stnrl'j *III'iJe*. HaciSi iCeS Candies. Burning Fluid > > SUMMER: GOODS which we will sell very FOR Yonnsj Men,

It -nit'ina... tl ii.tai. ...,.tailtt" ; season, without f'jrther dlar;.. No tct'lrac! for j I and Uil;, T-J! "rrt, Sf iir, C gets suit Pipe. Eb cnces, \ low' fo" CASH and to prompt paving Customers Spring and Summer I ll((t''* Latest Moleskin and C.nVmrre: Hats,

1 1 H the l>ei>t prrparatKia cvcru4-Jirfr(1rocnda. I' !'nnran.* will l e inciTe or'ial' .ility for IItt'j"Ih.- I Sariea.: l'r.fer'is.-auce> !, .'...:.* Soda. S.lt, and caiviliity in part asfvHuic*: I 1000 Robes sod Dress Patterns i ( the various late Tenbrovclc Ilal', S v>tch Traveling; Caps.
It ilrfetroy* al! v, ,'ta1!.le aol i ni.ifiwl t Mars M-nt t WlinLWL\l: : .. *. .. tl > j Paul Morph" <* ".
piMU ; > ;iU i U boar.el! at I F ;in. In : : e\t-r thing 1.si. .ilw >t. in a font and desirable Styles and of Fabrics from the finest lJ'[
It r rli--"i.. in a lew *,- uu], the lute of tlh.'ta 4.. cents |rt'r day-th"*e with (...ltll. fifly cent, fly, aol prrh.iri/ lOttie thai are i:.t. Dress Goods : nud richest to the most substantial and durable! va I j Also! a varietv of Panama.: Leghorn nn.1 Slrst'

'te.a. :te. .I which mart, in oilux's I I.,' paid l-<-lnre the I'jr.: < A'i: oi iiu<-b i. i Mil'b-t.i) ''a.! ,to-ill 4.1 the l.*u.II Dooble Skirt Silm. 'GrcnvJinc Kobe a LiJze, I rJing ill Price from 75 cents to 70 dollars.isnadine. I list;. Incite* Riding Hats. Trimmed Ladies

-nU..rsl"oil? $ vIie r.oml ; ar.-1 ifj'-n a..a,'. Tls-: tvasoas fttmtaioet the .tli! t.i. .. \ \\.I.t.Ll..U: : i.XD&: CO Kobe a L-tize Silk, j !, |' and Mitres Bloomers and flat,

It k<><>ilii* Luii vht-ti titratfil. rod Lcals troa April atl! In ('. :cr. Owe lohr! p.-ii.l lo tlitgr I -i: : .t. ." !':,:. '.: I 1 I.I I./; t- ;Lot n.,)ad<*re Silk Double Las Bayade.e bkirts. I Silk Tissue Orgau'hes Berates. j Canada Straw and other hianta-
'n'.j.h' : lion llati.
x'ts fc-r etch iN". Negro
'or* ,
I Double Organdie*, !Double Skirts | Summer Silk; *, Muslins.I .
It M g'iii f.r COati im'!V*. "aiew1. fT' and< ixcc ; i Tlic ml? liter pcrrlinvd this Iiois (",-,.r,, ). ,:I HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH 44 Jnpc Skirt Robe a Liiizs Juconets" I Piunie Silk*. Cumbiics i I I Jest received and for .ile by
It clinib the teetli at<>l j>crifietlx> hath TU ma* 11I..ill.o: and John Frfiu-in.. tf Ho'- T. HAYWARD t SOS.
; ) Organdie )ll .Ie l II Laize, i Li Bayadere I Brilliants, Pique Cloths, Marseilles Printed Liacot.
The wiirft .tR>pt' itf Magiceimic, Double :
nJJtl"ted t.) Je "ie ." lilil l-1r.ioi ; i i. W b.eu : ca-li nni- Le u generally es:<'ci:! -'l l ly nil g..1] !;I Ahuc.t.is, II j R-bts Laize kit Bareges" Heavy Dry Goods. 4""utiful lot of i UT Shades and j. ,,

*o>eliflc1' tWcpreadof] 7}} oe of the be.t liorfcs in ( !:."1 .o.l u|.ii iilan'AfhWS.L ? JEREMIAH WALTLKS: aVo tout tp Appelitt, or any JLl* liiyailere1Ianti11as I O,'uflbc-rg*. Brown Domestics Plaid and! Slripa* t I Kit and Twisted Silk UliI /J .V.

>'a lu>4Jnvjciii.| .. are u iu; it in (.fiailr*}*. CcAlLtuta : AUwliy: r.... .\pi: 14, ISS't. c'Ja Complatntt StomaeA, timing or f.o'ttli from,producing a morbid Orampt Inaction, ::: by the B-.le. Piece or Yard.CottonvVi I i loves aud Mitts,Embrvidlld'kfr.

Lm..ia. i.,'.Illlr'd. AII ". 11eon. CiluniTIK : 1 iientay. Colic Chore ilort/m, tfcc. I : Linen Drill and Duck Irish Linen i I I Collars K d Se.<',,

lk1:;. t.-n.lgM..t. St:1ulA. );..tiie: II'IJoj ew OrlC"1& t.IHH; ;nij: or ''fJH: .,n n. In view of the fact that every member of EMBROlDEmES LACES I Tuweis! Table Djraask Shirting and 1 Hoop &irt.. EmbrllI
II )> of rCemOlldUM MJ '. He sired I RIBBONS, &C. : I t I><- .i>t C.9fr|
j..r- 1iLil.e Ur c 37 was bv Tonij'>.t. be by Piiin1kii- the human family i is more or less subjected to I Sheeting
'-"i: i lul.r..il..rt.d Collar Ribbon, Tri-nin Collars ; m 1 liuH", };,.tAl Lace
u / t..1 ,'. 1ieLtt.wkIo4.Ierf.rSii.ckli.l.1irs( ( ., some of the above complaints, besides innumerable I,I
I 110'1| .i. e. rp>ra.i"r, fi'' 1'.l.TII. ....uf.AD- ;( Me AiiiiMvuti: Tnn" r.\'i..I'r.1) !'Ors pkinlin's| iii-p...:III. other conditions in life which Iutbraidurcd! :kirts, : Ijidu-s i and! Mi':es Sett. Mantillas & Shawls ,' Cnrt illi.I .

rcr> JiileiiIf -, i foL'ban50; dOfll$4,4 110& c. :. .1 ftt j I l.tora Try lora* rired by t-ir I'D: 'lmi' .' ..nl Mjrciile. Ci.Il.ir i In all hc lale :::yk:. T. HAYWARD .t SOX.
'i' rate i Iii i or KIC Ltallv. _\ >.1'I1f" &aJ CI/II I'\. ,.l4'n'2atrtll o.ne t.sinl.-r| who v ve*; firni ly illl|I'c.rt.'I I 1 '<. to regulate their habits of diet and with J-wijis: are! Juc"net I' li>uieir.! /. i RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS. I -- -- --- --

fcvi.ii! *u> ,.mr< -1't'Ii| :,!!v 'I'JieI-.l: : I! sill '3. W-:..3,'ilaui-r.i. ..:' tl l.<. l.in of l"-.ot.t.; the assistance of a good tonic secure permanent -5 0 Eilg-ngs .. Ic!frtinjj*. Furnishing Goods.
Try at k--.I tee Ii4te! 1'rtis %i+ cV.:, F4u% : \lid c. V- (Lull Ly od .. ;. !l.. her, :. T p. d-i.i l 1.\ health. In order to accomplish this Eeal Linen
,Iii","h..1I. ;. Wi..JUir; l lr ,. g. f. %. cam *'Y M.irk Anlin roy. 1 1.ft- desired object the true course to pursue is, Taw U A Girdles f'r Trlmn.hiIlju: )ue*, 4 Q iLl;. COTTO 1111,1 Chrot CoI1tr..

t22- Lw wpJ o.,! In V I. '. .,' .,f 1.. e. (. -*. f. iIs.i l I.y i import l ...rnaullt.! Sir certainly that which will produce a natural I r U1"1 Press Ttiuiruirgs, Boinitt Jtit.l)>ns. I SHOES. : AiD CLOThING I I J Gauze FInnn I'dLirivn Drawer*.

j" iAKir.AuiLi: AU. lilrlmnl .j< s-irej: l I.\ I'uo-lct nnd oct of M.nli.n. state of thing at the leant hazard of vital R-taa na1lia" :Fancy & Plain BJt Kib'n, Jervl.it! t* ; IU cbd Jeans: Drawer,
For il. in T aIM.! -a..e l>\. All Ei < Li VETS 10-ti. ; she by Top O'.SJai.t, bey Gallmin. 'he by strength and life : for this end Dr. Uostttter I Feather Bilge Trimming Riblions I Plantation Goods. I IHardvvare L B hrts.. \ r-riad (I' II..'., Stitched! IH kf*

: ui! \jDlU i.!. pe4M-r Uv li:i!f..r (;.",fs plain anilfaiioYey
X. J I. -I1i..i" ,".i|! s..li<. <.!'*. tr-l.. Af mi. I (Iiar. hiijv-jt Femjaoff'it, Ac. :Richard: wa* called HOSTETTER'S: STOMACH & Cutlei'y' I Buain.s. tiorders ;
Vzid: einl', j il J.fjicj ,, full !t. BITTERS which at this day is not a new Cliantilly Veils, j Fancy art : -aa.anl.Tr tint t o Jw a 'I..L..r h M"I > Tcii'-ti. and Campaign an ] IllinHGIDEIUES & IIOHERV. I > <\iles! and lther! I j Super Silk Sujpeuier,
; '0 '.: J. ".itit. !i iSiaitli also! ti Si. M I.nt-y, .'"U rn the LiiVdi tacc 1I.in<;t | medicine but one that has been tried for Frtu<.L Flowers j I". Parasols
|;, l sr l1-v ; AihiTlear iri'liirfw. f* s.lrt W:8 hy iiupn-.trd ,C\lt\ years used it.giving The Bitters satisfaction to powerfully all who have FANCY-;- --&-. S'1'Al'14lDI.Yr -- -- Oil Cloths and Matting I And a (great vaiirty of Black and Fancy Cravats, .
------ I :t. operate upon .
-- f
--- -- rt ; lyl'moMoi England." lie ly Hiiti.-! "nd I Ii f this Spi ng' Style.
bowels! aDd liver
the restoring
It it a roimiK'.ri observation lift th-re DUuk l-v'tl. <' ] ). i'jc | stomach : Just received '
are i M>u JplIn{ Arul in.. <> et'a iim G-OODSI: and for sale by
r. 'iC e'ttr.i. r... .te'Ii6. .\:.. them to a healthy and vigorous action and NAii iRON AND SALTi
.m..g lass ess "'n' by Tjl-o ::.il.. I.e :5-y LilidsriyV Alabu i. l t.c! j / ; T. HAYWARD 1 SON.Dress .
: :::.8MIrn.e1lSnt t'.t: -r 'inlmrd na> I'. The resuo is I. thus by the simple process of strengthening Fancy IlihUismite, 1'J"naIJII '
: of t'u- ] !
KMIVe lake r rntr. 1.0 I tin | n Uo..h.1jin| Arubuii. nlva" oato" 0 --- --
.. the |H>J) 'In the .lt.in, JIIIT>U.It ftM'gt'l iuj> nv In S&1114.7I IJ i| Siher-twi' i-lic VM !l.:) 1'aunegrr's! Wl.ite N.oTe'sipcit'e -. nature enable the system to triumph over Mui-lins, j Crown bl'irtliig. CORNICES l\XD\ CURTAINS. ;
ith disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flax so Peiire. t Uincli! Goods.
ra- orrlinarr iri1inti Can liule C1"-.f.'h 1 ia '
.> -'IUI,.'., l iisJut ,..-. II ""*" and intip rni h._ to'h. orl.l. in I.. l1-"Ct.1"F.J" IUTi QiKt-n < f &'ott she I I-r imported Leiialh.'n.: I'. r | caused principally by the change of water 44 Fierirh Ministers Pl.ida XOTOXD CROCKCUYGroceries 'f ING II AM and Orpandy Robes,
i .. ." "Hi. "'rhl and n.-r".Mn ilcnen lIe, rtmliLg- < d ml.\. rac..tt.lurl. arul/'llil"Il.J. \\ ltlh.W1Ii' <.- and diet will be i {I Lobes a L -a, CArt.lirla-loIIf'II.
speedily regulated by a I While it Curd
) ire. (li. .'\liai. ",.1| tvilif Mareeilles.1Apr'n Checks i
; Die !
upon .b"I'A"r.[ uni liteI' i .ll1m! old Am.a Rutrow, \vas I by Cock 'ifthi.ltnck. brief of this and Fruits.. j Julli... niwl '
*, use preparation. Dyspepsia, : Ch.nibraj's GinMharn-. .
) -TalO'l Hu.trM of! : mkh.' h1II1 1p. li.,< f..... a 'f"on- i 1 sjue Cloth (Malboru Plaids .t Stripe',
11 "if.il rrffvnpniliv in il fJtiTrcu*," \nJmtft il to mure h be l.y DunMk. aid) he lcli Motne-l. a disease which is probably more prevalent S.ixcraR.i ?.r% Muslin.; ,Fancy Ci-ttor.i.d.s I OIL? PAINTS I De B<,,je, Bajaueie Deltrji .llaJ'aJtrr M"Lair
n' u ntjuu. but lo,n effioaffMi! ri>.-.l..lui-v Ilit It cfmulJ I' (see Turf Rcgii-tt-r.) 'tick ot.the.Roik wan out it.1'II.e j when taken in all its various forms than : Whl Dotted Sw'As JTUs Rhre'Deninis I AND AGRICULTURAL I IMPLEMENTS :- 'I ALSOA ( .
i 4 lee furc*>(trn thM Ihr up IIi wlki< U l..s ms ionl In Its in- R< ,, -
.m;) own H>trr to MilWs Liniel l, the .111n1of other the cause of which
alwaysbe !
tnciu.ou. S fr.n. 'l! h il merle 4cblltotid.: in eqnrPr An..m 1cli-C. Annllirrou'iitlHiii any ; mar i I-i.ha Tf'ill Long Cloth Brown *. .
p '.rflll In HMKiiif. naior t""sl..1| tl>o m'.llerrllle *.>nn. : ; w'II! Zhrr' i attributed to derangements of the digestive !, Tape Check, Pillow Case, Cotton anjLiul'cs I Kept constantly: on nnd and ..M I\l hut I Just rfC.ie I ,:d T.r tale by I
uf.ii.w.iuwtrh. Kill not five nil tr.*|? I she by A'irffininn, he I.void Sir Ar'I,,. Virginian j organs can be cured without fail by one price, j -
tf dd-by Jrultan". ;% ...! -u".",.I ill auutlirr 10!.ir.iii. work lice, Linen Slii.ting, i G EO. W'. SCOTT.
< eis-a "n. I I.y nnp 'ned fc-1.ark. b.-r ,. dam Ko.iU as per directions on the bottle. For
g !
April ?, : i: .
> luiOTTO
Clir.olillfO M lu lir, AII.lae! Brows ttcacb I
; : I Mardi Ml, I 1659. U f fi
I j
was her this disease will
\ iUj."rt.delltir. I. g. g. e. Dini.aj every physician recommend Staple Goods.
__ __ _. ._ -_ "lb npMiri: >rw Style (>f, 1-4 Shirting. -
-- ---_-_-_
u j CaidUM! her C. y. p. r. I .rlirir II.T article known to ta infallible t llm'p kiit*. 'iFan.y A Striped Drillings, i! LADIES GOODS 1 BAI.ES OMubur; ,
LANGE ] byM fr p. R. c p. the import i iI I an have their Bitters I.1.S!! Couet with 'hipW'tittNavy} Duck !i DRESS ) I j_0 Striped O-'na'jiin*. .
I nuire J-Jr r ; 7..d'r' gilt! >i \\'Il* t1Ia.1.in- Eveiy country as a preventive .
j Gray Archy he bold Areliy.! For extended Toil j of disease and strengthening of I nufportfrs[ attached, tFarmers Dull!*, FOR SPRING OF Carolina Stripe. Choctaw JoCherokee .
WATCH in and them all e.lilhh: : Cn.-inietea. Planters I.ii' -n, i Plaids
JIKERAl'ld ire-. er Atucriv-n Turf 1'.e.rintcr.I'IZ'O1ltCE&. I the system general among
-- -- I there is not to be.Tound a more healthy I IVrvi-xn Cass'n'crec: Brorn Bitched IJIIOH | 1859 iVnims. Tick n?%
Jewe1er : people than the Germans, from whom this lack! tub Dcta, I Dock i iI I G>ttnnad>., Si.l" Strip d...
preparation emanated based upon scientific : IVi"er i S.tin. Chinese (5 raw ClullL i I -\T- Clmtaw Twill Stripe. .
"- rm-e 'us Atlanta i .
which has attended to advance ------ 1 Ashton Plaits to-
"T 4 "OULD rf5pr'fulU Stiffen, the oit'ztn!; of JInl Alien a flirt- jean* 01.1'a" hentin by Brown i experiments D. c,. TOT-IItjJ > N" S. ,
V V de: rid) !ji!i Fl..i i-la that I I'p ,!<>.i! -un niaVi : nick in three h.t Whirlwind v inning tfie second : the destiny of this great preparation in the :i ?| Boots & Shoes : t i Farmers .!rilii! Planters Due.
scale science.
medical of : American and French
cfcrifior.nl viniit tl-r? ":ji! the! -e c rtetion of e wintry fir bAt, the f.i-tctt in the race. Hi* second; race wall ; |I Spring Hood spring; Goods.( | R..II CAIn let. Blue Drill J'I..i.v.
t'e purpose of {' It Uh r '" eu'ruftrd t.Ins (re. I course at C1iaM! ,t t"'flt C. He was again beaten : FEVER AND AGUE. t FrtwhColored riAHB: undersigned is now rereiviiiir from "New j \-Ii i e au-I. Brown Hack. Towelling: ,
Cr h ,,
S 'tch and I
T1lif r 1t't. &i t't if r g16r.eJ.Ap1113J. I y Brown Dick in the rmnarkiilliihurt time of3A ; This bring and provoking dfoeaje which fixes its 0 IIiQhLinJ 1 JL York via bivsonab: a large stock rf Russia Diapers.- -- -

ISA 9. 18-1 II'tH.k him us a race hor-- for all distance, .uIH'-| r leatle. gmp on the body of man reducing him to CVintrres* Gsiter*. LAHIC9 nncss i.uoii, ;' .1'r, I1AYWART_ ) A 50h.
riot ii*" *>l3-: Whiilwind' but to any olhtr horelu a_ ,"._ I. 5 .h5 _J._.. -.c-u.c t. .. Giey| H'lokins, i I Ii
orrIEXtjisw: t1iismu: AI."CI.Whirlwind's. btm physically and mentally useless can be defeated ** llf.1\ Slippers; FXB-LAIXO" IBoDtQ & Shoes! lit.

13 BURLIiXG thirfl rice the same SprSrs. *'nsor and drives from Ux body by the me of nOSTETTZB'3 Velvet Slipper, :i Leonora Rubes. Chintz OiganJits, j I .
::'ii i I' Central Conr pt Maeon. CM. Hetlureiana RISOWNID BITTIR3. Further, toy of tht boT I if Whits sid i Khrpen. |I Organdy S Skirl*. i| Pl'ld Jaconet : t"sI.r:1.. KII) n irousna, }sten IIttII JI..

IOn. 't.nn.ItfI'f.. NCU" YORK.CAMPHEXE ,-"( 'r stake, two Ihi1 he.il, which he won in two 1t&te4.u-.es can not bi contracted when exposed to I' ". B.onzc Congress I.K.C, 2 Jnfe, I Crape M"relz. ,La 1 V Calf Oxford lie*. Kd Top Congress.
--- 110'11: bfatine ('lImrl..iWIII'r, Iill.r.'rri'NI'I. any ordinvy conditions producing them if flit Bitters ; Gents Calf P. P. IVxt:. a Lcz i j Solid! C. Bareges.Barege Black CL.rt T"|1' cW'

THOMAS BETTStI1I M'MMiih oo'il.; and )Ia; Easlry't colt-tii-ic! 3.57- ar* used at per. And M it neither createsBfttuea Patent fox London Ho"ts Rub,-s. r 1'Ji.e; Apple Mou lin.. Men! English Lace ; .

3.58-paiv *il! IK)-truck ported hi-avj. On Sat- nor offeodi the Plot ale.aDd renderiig nnnecessuy -. a Call I Grenadine Robes, j Frei'cli Lawns, 1 ;.-tin; Ir! >p 'S, Patent Oxford Tjcs.Jus .

fI LLF.: 0.: ; Urtlaof l ti! Mine week 'lit" run for the JIN.ky Club any change of diet or Interruption to canal pursuit New style Cloth Gaiters, Prmttd La\ris art C.nri11illr.l., .1". de.Plain received aud fur maT, bv

l'urCli:4: In-at*-bett tlir.H. in five. Col/dolds- *,bat pnmotei found sleep tad health/ digestion Planters Shoes of all kin.!. Bordered) ao'I Joir Antique Para. J., T. 1In"\\-.A: ID & SDK.

ALCOHOLS TrnI'EXTl E, ; l.\.\ (>.1t, i;.., rh-and Ready bi'f! brother to Brown the complaint b thus removed aj ipecdity u U eondfteot lies fancy Gaiters, i ia'nhllj, French l.ae Plants, Velvet Trin_Difl -

AW. '!an fal"lurt'r and Pt-nler in the f..IlfVtn nr- lJi ick. u>u MJJ. Kasly's! ch. Colt |)y Chief.sii. wirenured I with the production of a thorough lad erm&i i j Black Gaiters ;, A>.iniiis. Ciijbtilia: Lace Mantle i.nd! Sha,'Is, > Liquors Groceries &c.
t A. at! ,f the t I IWmtt a.vhelt Ribbons"Dress tc. :-.
the lowest ,
pure quality an at j siiiii1t him ; the race: 1\'.* ".0 by Whirltfind I trant due. Heel Slipper-, Trimming, ,
u..ik t price : t -thv f.ffl. lust by Kongh-btid Rendrth ii'xt For Persons in advanced years Lace Doots. D. C. WILSON. 1 Q DOZ. litton Plant WIi.l.e.! -

B fLYI..rG FLUID, \ 'lbro I j V. I.irh-b.-li"c! t.l3I.t --".'.-the suffering from enfeeUed 1 C'hildrcu's Fancy it ..?. Tic; _' 2 btK.. OM.! l Wmcif! ter Whisker; ,
Vfoud htt.t L4 jut; f.it 'r I than he firsf.it i it iieclhtas) Who an an constitition ani Diaiujtid Doots To Cash Purchasers. 2 B.. rbon WLUkey,
:piri'tt Tur 'nliw. Tar. Pitch.! K.i..' Soft. Int. he! Infirm body these Bitters arc Inraluable at a rettoraUT -
: : Old .
to fl'I threw IffthC tirvt. H.-ing in bad ord,'r. he Colored Boots 2Ia-! ir. nu J Sherry Wine.
Ii"rl orJ Venire Tu/pfiitino, (..al 'lor. >hoc ai.d ,saa taken fn-n the nrf ail tnrned out till AugiK.wbenli of strength and rigor and need only tabs tried -, Goat Liee T ,t" (1.\811 l'"rrI',1S! would find it to their lv.in- i OM C.'jp.-.c Brandv! Jetirejs Sevlch Ale
I;uoli Mahr"\ Pitch feiiip "rviiJi.! Oi! T rt slid "s3 !.ut inniini. .wf; 'rth"SI..IJVille"'t'I.H" to b* ". And to a mother while uniting '. Bronze flnitere*> tae t<. examine. Ivf-re PUft h !.in 'L-r"l1..r., I 11j1a !a 1.1li. Itr hoer
SA the** Bitten an IndupenaMe, especially when Utoother's > the large and wtll selected' sti-rk (>f Faner rand Staple
YAL STORES OF EVERY I-KSCJlirTfO.V ::-Je I.a. trtt pc.rance (>n tli.it c< ur.-c in I I5.iv Cats, Boys Pump-s .le! Gaiurs \lJoeli..r[ CUreti.i Qu.itts it Pint,
at WILsO
r.ErrS' PATENT CAML'HEXE awed ftakc r. t'j of two mil'' Iiehis "g int In\ii:ci- nourishment II Inadequate to the demands Calf OxrurJ Tit.i. D. C. ;. t'otli n !I'hnt C1u.JI', '. a new and justly

lIe aid Henry Prrritt the bitter a half Irotlur of of the chnd consequently her strength unit yield, ** p.pular! Braixl.gotttn rej for yvothrr
Kip Brt-gan. Jk-ys Goat Br.-jai.s.: up exj 4j. -
The very Lost minufaotuieil.C Drown Dirk and Vii".! :tiire Ir a two inile heat and ben It Is where a good tonic such ai HoiMter's I SPRiNG trade. Jamaica Row t

P.C' :1. Trench Spirits ani Domestic nettund ItJ-'Iran.I-.I in th<" enS-ic cf racing, : Stomach Bitten ii Deeded to Impart temporary strength 11 Hats AND SUMMERCOPI'II1'G' :' Java and Rio Coffee, I"&f, C-..!*cil. Crane%.*

Lq.nJ't'f it the Lowest Cash Prices ., lining ron a mi'i! in the second tit in 1.4-I and vigor to tb. system. Ladie should by all Beana : & Caps : j J ted PowdervU1 t Ii.t..t Brull'Sll -ir'. f'ukln -

WILLIAM OAKDNTn.ArH I I I' I P.<-'. were freely made tl ftt Whirlr.ir.dAonhile: try this remedy for all cues of debility, and before so ; Svnipa, Soap.Starch. .',' -. Burul'-g FJuid,.
Gents Ftteimmable Cass
:r..i. 185ST. 18-Sm uiMar.eo i 1. b'Jt-MI far from it,' !lie von tl'Ctacein I doing ask your physician who, if he b a.cqualDled .. Hats. i \jf.? r ":;TtBou '-'- ; >
j I two 'tni.-l.t heat. dit llIlIl'm? Hriry PcfHtt in the with DM virtues of the Bitten trill recommend their i ?,Ik" THH L VTE.-J1 "STVMW .'01I 03V
Aromatic : fir-t-tme' 3.47:3.57-trrvk 11 :1'fllot wimewetk '. BM In all cam of .-_ ;: ). VertMT fii*. A larg e ;rrrkot. FTne Sfj-irl Fine Chawmg.and. .
Tonic !
; ; Pearl Cas WinJ.-or Itatu kill' Tubatrv. -
5n. CimOY'We caution the I i i lI
I. ran flT" t 11tIr1ur.. i i" a nee ( ( two public against Co
IVligl-tlul nod InvigotaiJv;, mnl !IfS ; of the imitatioi.s ** French Cl.S" i)1 C.WiISON'S. T. HAYWARD A 80
rms1 i iril- li"-it*. winning in fro 'rtiht Irltl. aid using any many or couaterfelta D.
J,. .u '*! .$ artile fir those afflicUtl tv tIt I' nikitijr tl>e'e t time t-rr tiinlc ii|1"11 slot coun bat ask for HOSTRTU'S CxuBaAixo l P.IUAUI ** v t Match I!. 1S59. 11 '.

Dv'pep: lnij i;"limi SPRL\G AND SUMMER ,
are sidTeiing frvtn U"loi.ilJ' inculi-iit to reooverj- !': : 3.45-3.5<). The week following: he run : has the words Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach JBiUt"n" Hoys. Fnix-li Brow, HM\. i ----Cii: iCradles &c.
f.v, rickoe,. tf la..i.u.le .ttm-l.u,t inV ru Cii: ; ar. lox race nt two mile heat, which was OT the I blown on the side of the bottle and }'arl C's imere HA!*. ,
mi'w. will: bn-I in the Aromatic T"ni- Jliltf'T'l1I "al- '.":1:111.1: tcunie. sg. ia I eating lau Inell'. !' ; l'ex, >'. stamped on the metallic cap covering the Trim.lied 1 MarieiLo, Hi.!., Latest Styles for 1859 (1 PAIN CRADLES. .-": '

i le i m dy, Lracidg and tcnovutiiir; ILo fI'y"ta m : Bflrrutril eut.red wit! in thane "... nl'rre'! cork and observe that our autograph ngna- .- Sax'iny irene-li: -\T- ,1 Com 5U >ler! !. fi .

If-'l1 p.-oatraid.: O,.!e 'brut race a "in.t i Pi n ill .id: r<.Jic". The tarsisonthelabel. 1'.113 Straw Cutters .:? J.'j: ,.
Drecti- f T use 00000ilEinI tie Jt..t::,. I ii-er! beiig ic.-'rucl,1 to run a trailing Lt-aT. be f tT Prepare IBS' said 'y HOSTETTER fcEKITB S 1:1..11 J). C. WILSOY'S.3lsrrhi Steel W.-edxg Ilots. 4" ; A .,.'

i ,--enaiVd .111 '<,, brKDWARD I 1'K.i.i h it : in the see )lId heat lie tot'k the Iwd andniaiiii.iii.cd : nttsttrfk P* ud Mid .r aODrmg I. l'L o atsl Fancy Straw lIatJ ItS. US9. 12Compound HiKing! IJw5*. rtrl"f. rf-ott. '

DAR.VAUn.April it; in the third! heate! I led for tl.( f.ivlmi I bt aid ------ ------ - Pi-mp Cl-sIn -C I"

DI'U1slluI1; Apothroair. ;".tin.! a 1.01'( I'-rJ in I hl J. U.:t .'nig. In Ilita *, fmtrs dealers ceaeraDJ SUNDRIE: Gentian Well Ctiia trt O.k"u a.vir. 1 ; 'i

TO, 1559. IS 1 ,' ..lili: <'n of the Iniek. can ei bv a heavy rsiin. tknii.it the Tilted States CauaaS .athud \I'ri! mid 3 tone CLor--: .,'' ,

_____.J_ ____ _. -_ "i,..Jt w .it tli.-t tinif lallin. be .1rr"i at d f..IIa 3Berka Ceraaij. : Cetleiisei.5 Ck-tldi'g. 1.u1't'.Xulj. ]!. :PIlPEIt.: Strcl :.\*. G.ir-kn Hce. : .. .

cH,1! t.. 1t ..f the f''...r 'lit n-e, la* ri-li-r Itin: SCOVIL A MEAD. J1.nwam.! I CancySol'tere < 7il''' 1 Spades: aid SV>v.l..4e, .e.ALSO ..' f' .- .
For Rent '
Ire . '
hurt Irth! full was lit}. n fri to the fi< Id. "I.i KTETT. .*, LA., : ; .sn.Coekt& i 1MlEtE BITTJS: are at !Da 'ibf; ?* rrrjeflt. f.*! -, : "" 1: .
the balance .. f'.r t.'an Ii Ois'v.'re. Iq' 1'5 .f"1111'1. JL Vill-n .nd Trnfrt derailed Sf) K'i-' ...1:5.
FOR o'they(I r. r t f ""a.ir1'"I'in: rt vr-t. n 'n.tr in one i-f I.j, "..1..1. i al d-3rdcr trinr s
1f'al.. tl. lesiilenoc reei.t'UCCII- :.; logn, 1111" sCroi been .enl' J Ic H. saw at traiuir- Ageala.at -t-f I ,.'!bn. t.. !iestfe' orgarsPvIpr..i., D -*
Died by Mrs. Aau F. DaVal. '. l'"rrUn'L: lt ".'t'h) ; t: .J.l&r' I I'" _&, by amt K..t1E.M HATtNAUr dt LI' ,. Jr L EJ.. a1lt's't"'UI."P.,- ; .n itr. Liver C'Hi)|'lj'j t. Lrw tipViK'Hfirt '? A'b !. J-r '1:1. f-t"t! alt.! tro %(:; '_
y. "
ForporticiTarsa1ip1yto LI S. Dv;'".U. ,1 C ... ..'.! ., I t2.l'ia. C RREi.. e'; =\XWF.LI.. tie.ttc. )'rI ,.J. toT. ..uaq: l 1.I\'I:1.: r. ".. "Y' 1. r.r iil

April) 30. 18 '. itf I A iP,18ZP I"- ;:' !I -' ;';:.1 .- tP' 'i*. 'r. : f\r":: 1?. 1 J.t'J I Skill, 17, J 1. 1 !' i i.I" .tt.ti I. } .U-.4t. .

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t:1( The Floridian & Journal 4 -WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, I; DENTISTRY. Change of Schedule. AMES & LILY, ,;. STATE Insolvent 07 FLORIDA.Estate JJEFFERSON Notice.


j I I luox WARE WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL C 0 lf PAN Y I ,| : W. DeWitt. late of Jefferson( eounty! -
At Two DOLl&ft.pertntutrl. in advance. I deceased,Las fe! in the Pro bale tfliee of Jefferson
DEALER ix ?L\m, FANCY ASD JAVAXKDj I IV U. S. MAIL f GSO county ccjrgestioD that be believes tbe Es.

I TERMS Of ADVEhTBINO. ..UlJ LIlT. rate of Charles '. DeWitt to be icaolvent; Tfe

One square of 12 line.or leu. first himtion. $1 00 j I Stove Hcad-Qnarlcrs. DR. T. J. CUR LEE Tbl' are STEAMSHIPS respectfully i I ("re notice raid is given; to all p "ons having .llrt -
.. against and file the
< I Brof siooalaol Business Cards inserted at J10 .L%. parlor4\l lj "V\70ULD return Prbate county I o bfrr
per and Wood Stoves,trimmed with \
V Htb Jar of
T to the citizens of Southern Georgia and Mid Magnoliaa1veston1TILL Mar next, when there will la proritadiatrtluiic'u

a unum.Advert'sements nnt nard with th. number ofioverbont j' and durability,at reduced prices. dIe and East Florida, for the very liberal patronage i s: of use funds belonging to iai 4 Eftte
Out Door "'01'.'. the five six i amcn et tbe CTViJ.tors thereof at which time
received from them or
will be continued until forbid, and charged dufmg past yearLHe leave New Orleans and the various FloiiV i ED\C\ ;
I 1 aceorJinsrly. Roofing.Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering.Cop- will continue the practice: of tbe above profes. V ida Ports, pv following Schedule: '" I III James W. D.Witt wispply for his final discharge
a I
I I Sheet LeadSheet sion in those sections of and las Trade such 1 from the : I SCertificates of pul/Vtoation or legal or estate pr" and Tin Conducting Pipes country Leave New Orleans 0 the 15th A 29th. : .
1 i notMM J will. out be given until the advertising fee U i Zinc. Lead Pipes Patent Cistern !ompl. Shop work arrangements; with manufacturers of Dental Materials Arrive at Pcnsacola on the 16th d 30th. I- L i TIIOS. J. CHASE.. Judge of Prolate.November .
of every variety done at short notice. North, as to enable him to put up rciL setts of Lev Pen atolA on tbe same dajs. II fresh ': 13, 1853. 4C-6ra .
teeth, in any of the popular modes, at from fifty to ARE now receiving a lare-an supply ---- ----
Arrive at A Apalachicola on the 1 17lh and Country merchants variety of kept by Dru.gists. : AN OLD INDIA
paid."BLACKiSJffilTHING City for
one JmnJred dollars less than is usually chaiged I Leave Apikl_btcola b. oama it.y.( artiles
( Are respectfully i invited to give me a call berol e pnr tIe same in the South (be means! what be says.)tnlb".u.teslb..m j Arrive at :t Marks on the 16th I .... to be as D\BABLE BCAi-nrui. and St. }! the and other, will find at this establishment a- Missionary amorg
._. _._.. t: ....,,..)"given tnat JKIKES i | vij :XITarticIes manufcctued from the very gEBvicEABLE cau he pat up North or South. Lave at ark on Key O same tbs days.19tb 2d or_3d. full supply of eery aIw.)8 needed in our line sail onas Rocky IocDtins. discovered '
kthe BLACIUi1lJTBIfO best material and warranted durable. No other i I : d liberal be had in Southern a lURE that toe
I DU&I- J art Those in need of l eiecriee, can, by dropping a Leave Cedar Key on the same tt'ns as they can any CONSUMPTION PLT provf
will be continued III hereto@r le will be offered for sale. note to him at either ?Mont'ccllo or Madison, Ila, : Arrive at Manatee & day.the 20th & 3d or 4th. Market Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly attended : a or Con-CBipuon.
I fore at the OLD STAND of D. C. WILCOX.! iu thename 1 October 20. 185 42 have tbe work done, and time to teat it before pi>'. I Leave Manatee & Tampa the to and filled with the same correctness as if : CUR ED. Eronlilis Asthma. Liver C c-
Tampa on same days.
t aud firrr. of Customers. To Cash and plaint,Nervous AOWioo-,
style for it. by
-- tog persorally purchased Coo!
I Arrive at West the 21st t 4th 6th.
; Key on or
BICHABDSOFS pff The best references given if desired. prompt time buyers, we feel confident in saying *1 Cold. .!;c. Having hour !.
Leave West the 12th and 26th.
: H. B. Fitts & -CO. Key on them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK comprises and retired from business
December 25, 1S5S. 62 I Arrive can give CXStPTIfortD
: at Manatee & Tampa on the l"th i 27th. !send the and
Xn.XSa prescription
OraU-fcl for the patronage heretofore extended them : S I Leave Manatee t Tampa on the same' days. directions for the tnedi-

tbty are now better prepared and determined;! to DAMASKS, DIAPERS; & .. I I R. A. Shine, Jr., Arrive at Cedar Key on the 14th & 28th. Drugs, I raint I Putty, CURED fJ. oftlaryt preparing t*. nil who de

___ SPARE \0 PAINS: I ( *ONSL'il: ERS of RicHxar row's Linen, and tbo e IS DOW receiving and will constantly keep on Land Lepre Arrive Cedar at St.Key Marks on the same the 15th days.& 29th. Medicines, :I Dye,Stuffs, I Burning Campbine Fluid, J JCben.ieaI tnt. it, and will send t his Igtnt

oo their part to acrcminodkt! all nbo may favor ; \ desirous of obtaining the gtn itte goods, should I'I'I and sell cheap for cash, a large stock of GROCERIES Lea re St. Marks on the on same days. Perfumery YArDi.le' i Glass Ware I CONSUMPTION enclosing! two ttamps ((6 rnt)
I that the articles such : pay the return letter, with a dCURED.
them with their fee they purchase are sealed with 8 .
I patronage Bacon I Mess Pork I Mess Beef Arrive at Apalcbic..l on tbe 16th d 20th. Fine Soap', Window Gla!'. or their
i be full name of the firm, symptom Th
ii SUCH AS I Flour, |I Lard, |r Hams, Lave Apalacbicola same days. Fine Toth nnd Hair! IanufaetnrroToocc Old Doctor La.rured more
: EICIIAEDSOX: 60X5: A OWDEK: Arrv at Ptnsacola o the 17th& 81st or 1st. "
(Plain and Sugar ,) Uru.b Meicines. 3000 Df alone.and .
Horse -Shoeing Ironing and Repairing I as a guarantee of the soundue and durability of the I Syrup. I Yankee Beans, | Sugar Cued of all kinds, | Cote, I Penslcoll on the 17th or Slat or 2d. I Fine : I C'X;'MPI: hopes t\1 all afflicted Consumption pope! vrill,
Arrive at New Orleans the 18th & 2J.
and A on lat or Surgical Instruments, Medicine Cbesls,
Carriages Good i ,
r) Bug And all ther articles usually needed by ( trail themselves of Lie opportunity -
gics. Plantation work of U ;, This caution ill rendered essentially necessary as I and on plantations.A an extra J MAGNOLIA will each mAl suited t. Plantation and Family use. CURED. a the actor wishes to do all e

description, : large quantities of inferior and defective Linens ore lot of Irish Potatoes and Onions for planting. hip palacbicola monthly: -ALSO- : tLe good herein before be dies.-
every New Orleans the 6th 22d.
Mill Irons and repairing same, Ironing II'Z.i I f'repan-d. season after season and sealed -with the I All on Land a quantity cf Dry Goods, which wil Lave Apalacbicola on on tbe d 7th i! 23d. Pt'EK WINES .f BRANDIES ntPicifiL puOt.. CONSUMPTION Adcre aU letters toDANIEL
name of Richordcn. by Irish Housel 'who vegard- be sold low.January ADEE
i I). H. AMES M.
Leave the 9th & 24th. LIVELY.
Apalachieola on
I 1.. goes and Carts, !less of the injury thus, inflicted alike on the American I 22, 1859. 4 CURED. Rat. 3331 P. O. New York,
I inive at Kew Orleans on tbe 10th d fc 25th. 16, 1853. 42
and iu fact enrJt1"r iliscriptimi! of work mad Oct
.L of mneuraerand the manufacturers of the genuine Goods I Who i is liia sold
) Iron and Stel! all of which *e WAKEAXT aod pledj/; I will\! not readily abandon a business so profitable, I Insolvent Estate Notice.State DANIEL LADD. Agent. "WOOSTEDDY & CO.'SSINGLE Janu.tr/ 1SS9. llyNotice. 1tnt

ourselves to execute at tbe shortest notice. while purchasers can be imposed on"itb Goods of a of Florida. > Newport, Fla. .- --.---..----------- .. --

_ H. U. FlTia i: CO. worthless character. I I County of Leon f December 18, 185. 61 NUMBER LOTTERIES.!
March I:, 1S>9. 11-1 yBroome J. BULLOCKE A J. B. --- .
LOCKE Agent.,
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| TTALE T administrator de tunic _
So Church St., JJ Cy Yoik. i _LJ_ of BLCKEn late of AG JOY icnARTEnrt> IJY 'ur STATE OF GEOrGI.) ALL persons Laving claims agaInst the Estate of
I ". & Thompson, ; Sept._ h 18, 1858. S8lyP. I j I Leon county lon deceased/baving: filed in Ch'IU the Probateoffice Bank of Columbus, Ga. CapitafTrize"$50,000 distributers.. ). Lee are: hereby deceased notified, as creditor anti required, legatees to I 4
of said county a written suggestion that ho believes pre
I'sj 'ord.tiaz= 'Ln. B. BrlOKA \V'S. the estate of the said Joseph Ulmer to insolvent I'I'D.. AILtMSCasb., IVM. II. YOCISC, Prefcl. ; sent their Demands, duly authenticate!, to the undersigned
---(- t i Executor of the last Will and '
t therefore notice is hereby to Canilal 00. TICKETS ONLY 10 testament of
given persons DOLLARS !
'1 nE unikrsgnedhavi'f.'nncd! A copartnrbip: LIVERY AHa SILITALLAHASSEE STABLES having clfaims against said estate to ii and -0--- stOO.OO ._ h ____ said deceased!, within! two_ Tears from this date,otln.
JL under the name of BROOM: d fc THOMPSON: wise they barred "ntl all those indebr
lor the transaction ft a. FLORIDA. file the same with the Judge of Probate of said I T HE above Agency will at ALL times be supplied NOTICE TO Till: PUBLIC requested \\11 to mAke b payment; immediatelr. e ate
on before the 20th day of I
county or Septemberncxt, with on New Yoik, at cuncut rates
GENERAL COMMISS/OX I Exchange ; A S tbe members of cur firm have, by of J LEE Eitr.March .
flj'SJVJSSI Proprietor would in when there apro rata distribution of the fund* Alto Columbus and discounted way pur- A1E ,
.1 i in the city of Frrnaodma.: They w gr.: e prompt J I TIIE his friends and the of said wib amongst the creditors .f said at eu current rates. Gold Apalacbicola.Coin for Bll. 4:1: chase, become the owner of the grants charteredby 5, 1839. 10 %f ,

attenlion to the sale or ship-neii! ? of cotton and other I j public, that be bas rebuilt his. ._ D. W. GWYNN. Judge of I.'slte. Office, (up stairs) over the Store of T. Betton, States c Delaware, Kentucky Missouri, and --- -' ------
produce, and will make liberal ad\auccs on consign : arge Drick Stables, at tbe old stand and! is now March 19, 1&59. 12-6m Esq. P. ,L Agent. part of those Gt'Orgia under the management (>f Noticed

meuts for 'It here.or shipment t" their fiieuJi Inat'allJlIl't I prepared to accommodate his friends and custoadsrs: --- Tallahassee 4 1858. 1 ELLS resrs Gregory .1 t Manry: of Wilmington, Dt'lawart. f T SIX months alter ,btt. the unJerusmed, adminis
Cliarle&ton, A" York: or Liverpool. He also has attached to his Stables,a good Blacksmith ACard I we have deemed it expedient to vhamris the name of of the'Estate of James II. Lunn late ot

t They ""-ill negotiate iu tba! iucipul markets of the Shop where he will have have done all kinds of Feather Brushes & Dusters. our firm, on and after January let 1&59. to that ofWOOD : l.*in county. deceased, will present lis Ieut aoJ
United State, tbe sal. of Bonds i issued by the Stale Plantation work, Horse eboeingaud Carriage work in -0 EDDY A CO., who will hereafter have the vouchers to tbe HOD. Judge of for said coun

-by the several Railroad mplOit'I-Ly the coun ,i the very beat manner and with promptness and di,. E. L. T. BLAKE A FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS management of the Sparta. Academy Lottery, and ty. and ask fur discharge from Probt.: .

ties, or iucoitointed| towns, and other gurd securities patch.November. Register of the United Slates Land OfficeTALLAII..SSEE just received and fur sale byMYER the others! a above named.In D. C. WI150AJmtr..
and will rec !i\e and exwute orders kr invest- 5, 1853. 44 GORMAN. all transactions we have endeavored to conductour December 25. 1S58.
------- I tl.A., l. business with integrity and promptness aOI fk'e ;2-60
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4 went in the same. They will attend to the purchase ---- 26, 1850. ----
sal. of I his, services to act a ACIM for L3Y can assure the publia that the patronage IleretA.for
cr Carriages, Buggies, and Harness OFFERS persons Notice.
to cuter land in the State Land Office, bcfctowed on us is WI'I deserving of being transferredto
I REAL ESTATE I IN THIS CUT, For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. and will attend to any business, iu any of the State I Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. our successors Very respectfully, L.1X months after date. the underpinned will pre-

1 Offices at the Capitol. Charges reasonable, and S. SWAN d CO. O sent his final account and vouchers the Juke
p! or in any Dittricti town or county.. Florida.in tbs Persons.Middle Laxtern or i iKou'htrn 57 'T'HE Subscriber just received proportion to the time be stowed.iiaps il HAILROADS.Change Augusta, Ga., Doc. 13, 1&38. of l'robate cf Leon county, and apply. f.r a final discharge -
such InclaLr
having _. .
i -JXT X large of -- -- - --- from the administration the Estate of MJItlia !
,I very supply Carriages I. Townships RIVES, o -
for sale, xiill do well to furuuli them \ 01 SLTAXJEI
property,,itli accurate dicriptlocs: of quality:. location plats im, 'i'- ili Buggies, and Harness, which he offers J I furnished o at from two to five dollar each, in advance..Januaty -, WOOD ED)Y f('0., Managers, 1'.Triplet dccc. *( late of Leon. et.untr. Fla
; .
';' provements, price, terms, dc: :., with the name of some t, for November sale on the 18 most, 1854.; reasonable terms.46 I } _22. 1639._ __ 4 _ Successors to S. SWAN \CO. February( )1*, 1859. THOMAS! H TRPL T. .>

J j' person who will show the properly on application. -- j -- -- t -- 7-lr : -
:ft II We sit attend to the settlement ef claims against Livery and Sale Stable.: A J. PEELER'S, of Schedule. rpHE following Scheme will be drawn by WOOD, -- ---- --- -

j the Fedetal or State Governments for sen ices or LAW &. COLLECTION OFFICE JEDDV & Co Managers, of the Sparta Academy 'Notice. <. ;.
substitute> during the recent Indian War. ;' Til E undersigned gives notice j Lotteiy, in each of their Single Number Lott. SIX Mont! after the first publication rf thi* so *&
In addition to their C.mmit'.ioll Department the i *, that be bas purchased TALLA1IASSE, FLOII.\. THE Department having ordered daily mail ser- rice for April, 18 i9, at Augusta. Georgia, in pub ticI, tbe undersigned admif.Htrator of the Estate *

undersigned; have purchased tbe entire j i the Livery Stable of.William ._ I STILL rractice in tbe Circuit Courts of Cadsdfn, e between Tallahassee and Walter's Mill, lie, under Ihe superintendence cf Commissioners. of Leonora P. Crcnshaw. of coun- .,
I the Train will and the first ,1'ct'ut.llte Lon
I STOCX cf Goons of Messrs. ELLIS: d THOMPSON i ito : 11. Xettsom.ra Tallahassee,together: with tile j T" I Leon, Wlkula. Jefferson and Madison, and 18t 9 follows run on after of January CVflJtf 14 Th'air {Saturday, April 2, 18'9. ty.will present Li.final ncciunt to the y
: good willof the establishment, and that Le is now attend collection of notes aud ) as : Hon. Judge of Probate .
accounts and ask .
promptly Saturday, April 0, IS county t > b -
ubich they will make hrje: addition at On the Pen. Railroad (101,1Jral' :
an early prepared to carry on the business in all its branches I in any said Counties. tSG.'o. : Saturday, 1S59. J tli.-nncsed.i J. C. CRENSII&W, Admfr.
f' lay. They will keep oou:.ltutly ou baud an extcn- and promises the public with accommodations Leave Tallahassee dailv at..4 P. M. .lpriI16. .
good t1': Office in the C.I pit.1 opposite the. door of the Class 17 Draw Saturday April 23, 1859. January 8. 1S59. 2-Gm
I .i" and well asaotled block ol j in his liue na reasonable term. I Attorney's Gtnua Arrive at Walker's Mill by .. 5.20. P. I Class 18 Draws Saturday, April ZO, 1853.0V -- -- -

: Dry Goods Hats, Boots & Shoe, Clothing | IJCHARD SAUNDERS. Feb. 27, IS:8. 9-tf Leave Walker's Mill daily at..8 A. } --- --- Notice. -t

Saddlery and Harness Groceries, (I Liquors i. i _Sep.__ 6. 1856 367E ____.. ._ Arrive Tallahassee by. A.M. THE PLAN OFSLVGLE XUJIIIERS. t i\ month after date I shill final ae-
In the Circuit Court of Leon Co., and Slate at Mill with Post Coaches via --- SIX prtsetit my
cxcepted,) Provisions, Platila- i TN A Connecting Walkers 50,000 and vouchers to tbe Hon. Judge of Pro
Florida MiJdlt Circuit. to of the week Tickets I
of Albany every excepting bate Jeffrr-on
ion Utensils, Doors, \\ itidows county, as adminNttatcr of tbe Estate
-t1 and other Building :Materials !i j INSURANCE CONPANY Jos-epli D. Turner, by his next Sunday, and twice a week connecting withCoaches 5,483 PRIZES i of William Bellamy, late of said county tl.
friend Joshua running to Madisn. Alligator, Baldwin ni" 1 ceased, and ask for from
Taylor, e aid administration.
; .
I Furniture Iron I Jacksonville. PrIZE
: j I vs.. In Chancery.Tlim.is -- -. : SllTI SnIKIS. Admfr.
Hardware and Cutlery, Castings and a great ;! II K. Leonard,*Exf enter,} On the Tallahassee Railroad : JfAO.VIFIt'ENTSt.'HEJfEtro ; December, ]! :2-6m

variety of other article Incorporated in Ibl9.-Charter: ( Perpetual j i f ,lc, and James C. Turner, Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) IB DUAWN. EACH IN APRIL -- .. -- -- -- -

S All cf which ill sell Wholesale Retail !I DefeiuLiuts.j at. .. A.M utRDA. t Notice.SIX
they \; at cr
-0-- I 1 Prize of. $50,000 1 (. .I30O .
Arrive at Marks Prizeo
11.25 A. }
_z,' fur CASH, Country Produce, or good commercial! !ac- j I CASH CAI'ITAI*,-81,000,000. j j T J POX satisfactory eviJvnct that Jam.. C. Tur i t.St daily (except: Sunday) f 1" . 20,0 50" . 500 i months after date. I fhall present my Gnaluc-
: epiance, at priced tbat'ilI compare farvorably; : | Lv ncr, one of thin Defendants n the above stated LaTe .: 2.15 P.M. 1" ..10,000 100 .. awl "uu.ht'f to the HUlL Judge of Pro!".l.
; with those (of any city in the South. We unite, morehauu |I, suit, resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, 1" I' -t0 I Jefferson '
Arrive 5,000 100 county a* n'luiuitrntrix of the Estate
I ISSr.lEGA.1SST J.osS11: PAMAfiE: lIT FIKJi:, at Tallahassee at. 3 50 P. M.CoDncctinar :0 I "
auj! all (other purcba!'t-rs to exj-niueour: stock j but within the of the State of it i is of Jesie
f OXTUKMS! AIAPTKHTO THE 1IAZAKU, I limit Georgia; 1" .. 4.000 ito Granthnui, late of s.iH dl'asod.anti
J JAMIS: i: miooMC, AND! CONSISTENT: WITH THE LAA\ i adjudged ( and decref hat said James C. I with Post Coach to New Port on arrivalof 1" .. ,000 I: .. 100 ask for a discharge ( raid atmini!cocoty.tratiou. J'
U. W. TIIOMl'S IX. OF (,'OllrE. tI.\TIOS.: J. Turner plead, answer d.mur to tbe Bill of Con- j and which returns before. tbe departure of the I lIO REBECCA: f)1 GRANTHAM r. A.Imt'x.%

t I biuary 19,119.; 8-1y B. C. LEWIS, Agent, I plaint filed in this cause by the first Monday in June I Train: and with the line of Mail Steamer <"n AlpromatoPI"Zfl I! December 25, 1858. 5 -6In :

---'-- ---- .._----- -- I For Tallahasse and vicinity. I next, elI this Bi 1ri be taken pro cutifetto. Pro' New Oilcan. Key West and Cuba and intermediate 4 Prizes of$ appro'g. fO.O prize are?IC00 t ------ -- .-- -.- .:;
t' For Sale! II j jrriiir. I August 15. 1857. 33 I.j "id ", published in. some newspaper j jI points 0 the Gulf, arriving at St Marls! ,on tbei wayto 4 300" 1,200: | "
I iu the City of Tallahassee for the space of tLree Key West on the' 18th let or : each 4 250" 10,000 l.liOO Notce.

: SUBSCRIBER oht-r formic i liis i 'tract cf MUIMCAL l\O'I'ICE. months next, before said first Monday iu June. month, and arriving at St. Marks on their way to 4 225" 5,000" 900 I SIX months after present my final ac

JL I..VXU known: an the) Cm'.rtnlle Mill Traet i -0----- D.1 Done and ordered at Chambers this 31st January, .1 New Orleans ontbe 15th and 29th of each'month. 4 200" 4,009" 800 arid Vouchers to ti's lion. Judge of Probate
containing 8SO acres of tauIt\ can l be divided 3II.. 1'YLOR.3. S. nO 1659. J. W AYLE BAKER Judga. Whenever these days come on Sunday tbe Train 4 160" 3,000" 600 Jefferson county, a admni! .. j A true -Attest Cl'k. will run on that c'ny to connect. 4 U 100" R Loeb, lat of said deeeasetl and ask for
so as to suit several pnrvim'i r There are Vtral | Drs. Taylor & Bond I copy : 1,600" 400 county ; a
.t 1 welling UOUM-S ansi stores m the prernisee. Terms j i itasr. February 6, 185' 6-Sm EDWARD 10USTOtN, 5,000 prizes ,, i: 1:. (.'. WILLIAMS. I[ TTAVEsociated in the practice of Medicine. OfI I '/. -- E. E. BLACKBURN, Admfr.

''r April 9, 1S.dl I.:-tf 1 Jl. rice at the OLD STANO of Dr. Taylor. SYRUP & POEK" 1. 185!. 1 5,485 Prizes amounting to. .. .. .. .$3OQOO November 13, 1858. 4660'
Janur .
: Tallahassee I -------
February 1. 1869.; 6 -- -
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J. M. CALLAWAY, ; I'JEW G O 6 DS7 I I III BAE-RELS OX of-r jy: A. CfKftCLAK thmcingfheplanoftkt totterittcifl Notice.
I TJE lit tent to any one dtnrvu o/rtoficinff it_ji-l OIX months from the first of thi. 1
I publication nn
:1t -AND- -:00'CertkPe -
tice, the executrix
I undersigned of the last Will 'i -
be sold the
WEBER & DANNHEIMER at fonowntel
.J Two D.onlBon: AMES .!t l.1"ELr.t ; :oy 'es1 SALT. i Pllckgeswin and testament of the late Henry Saxon deceased, i,. '
MERCHANT TAILORS will her final account and vouchers to the
(1ONSTANTLY nn Land and iecti I'i ing frct'i'. supplies PLESTWIJ Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. $80
Auio--coarse fine I Judge of Probate of Leon county and ask to be dii- -
IV 5 ___) of provisioui land Family (ir-cenes. No I AND DEALEESREADY3LiDE: IX Key 10 Half .. 40 missed.

,; 'Ij',t pains spared in selecting good to fill orders from CLOT1UXG SALT Nov. at 20 1858. LADD'S 47, Newport, Fla. LEAVES FEBXANDINA DAILY, 10 Quarter 20 November 13, ISIS.ELIZABETH 46-Gm SAXON Extr.

.f l, the c-mntry aud at the lowe t uurket prices. Country M 10 Eighth 10 .
EXCEPTED -- ---------
t and all other A DGENTlEMENS' ( ,) -
]Iroduce goods cousined to me fur .
I .' arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa. In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the Notice.
sale will receive attention. The citizen of FURNISHING GOODS
prompt ON
ffi 1OF < money to_our address for the Tickets ordered, on receipt -
at Callahan with
Tallahassee and 1 vnnab connecting Stage for
QIX months
vicinity! aro respectfully solicited to FLA. after date, the undersigned, surviving
TALLAHASSEE of which they will be forwarded by first mail
and Ccntreviile Ga. Baldwin
call examine and before TIE ; with L5 administrator
price my goods purchasngeleewhere. : a Purchasers have in of the Estate of James -S. Lion,
: Every article warranted to be as repre- i ii I THE: SUBSCRIBERS:: now receiving, Fanners' & Exchange Bank Stage for Talasf; at Tail Bridge with Stagefor can ticket en Jing any figure they late of Leon county deceased, will present bis account

i I'"4 ,e V seated to the purchaser. I I Store next to R. H. torry'. at11) ; at Starke with Stages fer New- m.\y dpli/ate. Numbers and Prizes and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate forsaid

Apnl 16, ':'\\1. 16 I It Room. a well selected Stock of SPRING OF CHARLESTON. naonie. Gaitisvilla, Micaoopy, Flemington, and to Lst i immediately after the wi.b county and ask for a discharge 'from said ad-
J' __ SUMMER GOODS, suitable forCEXTLEMEyST lIen purchasers ; rniuistration. D. C.
t '[ ": I1ILLSBOROUGH N. C., WEAR, SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK, NEW LEAVE Stark"?aily,(Sundays excepted.) on arrival f "" Purchasers will please write their signature Dec. 25, 1858. C2-6m SorvivicgAdt WILSON
I !r AND CHARLESTON, ot connecting at Fernandina with plain. and give /their Post; Office, County and State. .
: i'' "; MILITARY consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cateimeres Steamers for Savannah fi: ? Remember that every Prize is -drawn and
i ACADEMY.I: and Vesting of the latest style and best qual- FOR SALE.A. Tuesday, an ClIareston. on Monday payable in full without deduction. Notice. -

I I rpHE SUI'J. RIXT. :\ : years I If' itr, which they are prepared to make up to order in DENHAM, Agent Wednesday A. H. COLE, Sgp't. [27- All prizes of 11,000 and under paid i me months after date, I shall present my final

', JL an officer of the South Carolina State Military a workman-like and fashionable manner, and on REASONABLE Tallahassee! Dec. 1858. 49 May 1. 1858. 18Dwingfor diately after.tbe drawing-other prizes at the tial SIX and vouchers tie Hon.Judge of Pro
f' : AcaiUmies. For a circular! addrefs! Tit.!. Also, a good assortment of -- time of thirty days.SOTICE I bate, Jefferson county as t administrator of the Estate

; C. C. TEW. UiHsborongh N. C. READY-MADE CLOTHING, State of Florida Sale TO CORRESPONDENTS Hartwell Walkils, late of acid county deceased

March. 12, 18S9. 11-1 Y Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties, Shirts, Me- Ban residence of the Tosewbo prefer not sending money by mail can and ask for a discharge from aid administra
-- -- -- ------- > rino.Silk. and Cotton Under Shirts Collars, Socks, TiE situated on the 200 foot nse ., Express ComIwbereby money tion. WM. W. HEI Admfr.

11 f i STATE OF FLORIDA. Gloves,
1 V& They would take ibis method of tenderingtheir ] T OFFICE IX nTGER' BCILDIIG. jf The house contains 5 rooms, with____ us at our and expense, from any city rr town
I! thanks their old basement where they have an office. The money and order -
to customers and the public a large dining-room, and is one ot the most .
-. | generally for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed SIGHT EXCILNGEONNEW YORK AND comfortable dwellings in the city. must be enclosed in a "Government Post Officestamped persons indebted to the administrator of
t=St:1uo.t.orio.l i on them,and hope bv strict attention to their ORLEANS FOR SALE A planter removing to th city Co the educationof eDelop or the Express Company cannot : Cade Godbold. are hereby rtqaested to th
1 : ileC'tl0n. J tSisIiiea., 5a ieris a :. .4 41.. WM. BAILEY, PnsHent. children will find it a desirable residence. receive All communications( immediately aid settle at the office of cal
\T7"HEREAS.. a vacancy exists in tbe 21st Senate.T J. WEDKR, W. R. PETTES. CasLier. R.H.BERRY. Agent strictly A. P. AMAKER.
t riot District cf thiaState', by the rc-ignation L. D.\ HEDIER. I February 19. 1859, 8IfEWllAERiAGE TERMS-Price 13500, one-half cash, the balance Address Orders for or Cercate to October 23,1858. 43

I t t of Joseph B. Browne. Now. therefore, to supply : April ?. 1859. 14 i 1,2 and 3 years credit, 8 cent interest, with mortgage WOOD, EDDY d CO, Augusta,Georgia.or - ------ -
I aid vacancy it in hereby ordered tint an election --- ------ I SHOP. OQ property.February WOOD, EDDY &CO..Atlanta, Georgia.or Notice.SIX

v Lj I Le held in said District in the manner: prescribed bv. Notice.SIX 12..1859. 1 WOOD, EDDY & CO Wilmington Del.c .
Ii, I Law on Monday, tbe 9th) day of May. proximo.The months after date I, ns administrator of the q"IIE unJersiarnea begs leave t inform the citizens '. PATENT MEflLlC"BUBIAL -- A list of tbe numbers that. drawn months after date the undersigned will pre
t Jud.{e of Probate in mid District it hereby I I'll of Richard B.Cole and Caroline G. Cole. _I_ Tallahassee and vincinity that h. bas are from their final account and vouchers the Hon.

commanded to male returus of lIr.itl! election in due { late Jeffrroa county, Florida, deceased, I shall opened a carriage shop in this place joiningBrokaw's CASES is entitled, with to the will amount of the Prize that each Judge of Probate, of Leon county ant t t be dismissed .
one after draw
I form to the office. of tbe Secretary of State. present u.y finil accounts with the said Estates to Livery Stables, in the b every from the further admioisl of Estateof
Id testimony whereof. I bar hereto set mv ', tile lIon. Court of Probate of said county, and ask ing, following papers: Augusta (Ce.) Con- Lovet Green,deceased late of said county.JOE5 .
'1- Land and caused to l lie affixed tbe GreatL. the said court for a discharge from administratorship in the building formerly! occupied by J. L. Groner stitutiooaliist. New Orleans Dela Mobile Register DUGGAR Admfr.
my where he is prepared to kinds of work in his Charleston Standard, Atlanta
1 [L. i.] Seal of the Slate of Florida. Done at the (thereof. according to law. ASA MAY. do..1 = Guete 10 ELCY GREEN
line, at tbe shortest the mosLI New York Weekly Day Book Savannah Admtx
1 :( Capitol in Tallahassee, this 14th day of :. November 20. 1858. 47-Cm notic on : tl.'lgeot'r. Richmond January 29 1859. 56r :;
lLt April A. D. 1859. Morning Ne.s, Dispatch, New York Dis- -
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,, M. S. PERRY, Governor. Insolvent Estate Notice. I REASONABLE TERMS, Rosevtod Finished Patent,) patch, Panlding (Miss) Clarion, and Little Rock Notice.OIX --- S

15y the Governor-Attest : I State of Florida such a carriage painting and trimming; makisg new ) (Ar.) True Demorat .
F. It ViLttnccE, I of Leon, J busies and wagons, and all kinds of repairing.The ArX-GU ASD I DUTI'CIBL 1.1857. 46-ly months after date, tie undersigned wi pre
County f undersigned is prepared t do this kind of SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on hand 10 sent his final accounts and vouchers to Judgeof
Secretary of State. T ITTLETON M. WHITE A MILES NASH &
administrator of the work well and in the latest as.it be T. J. BAWLS Undertaker. CO. Probate of Leon administrator
style cau by cuty. on the
t:<;;? Kev of the Gu'f c./py till day of election _I J estate of John Vf. Townsend late of Leon .
.-\prilI6] '39. 16. county done at the North. Nonmbr 20, 1858. 47 Dealers In Drugs, Medicines, &c. estate of Stephen Minton deces. late of
deceased. Laving filed in the Probate office of All those who have this kind of work to do, and county!, and ask to :a.
---------- -- received from New York bark b rJm
i_ Guns Guns Guns----!-! j estate said county pf the a said written John suggestion W.Townsend that to he be\believes insolvent lie, satisfaction wish it done, world in a manner do well that to wi on not fail to give Insolvent Estate Notice.State JUST a general assortment of per atice R.l.our Gam-line March 1859.. .JOHN WILLJAM3 m' AdmV.. -

therefore notice is hereby given to all persons having WM. KUIIN3.JolylO. of ) Inch &Oils of almost every Burning -- --1. ---- l-
1. f M1IE uvlersigncd Las now permanently ]located claims against: said estate to appear and file the same 1858. 28 County (Fotid f White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of STATE OF FLORIDA. ) ---. --- --

I JL opposite the Post office, where be is prepared with the Judge of Probate of raid county on or before ---- __ p W. B. HODGSOtf ltec for of the last Wi best quality. Putty,Brushes, Potash So Sparkling: County of j .
'- 'at'e v1 : gnrt-"rfi3n'llif] _!and prompt manner, to the Otb of JLV. MnstardDrench ( Hilt
; ; day September next,when there will be a On and Testament.of Charles fall Gelatne.Lo nr bet) interested
J"rllM '.....of said Consignment Leon AUi. inl Spices ALL persons are hereby notified that
r- > estate amongst the cred Syrup
t GUNS: RirjL 9, CUA.JLOCKS. itors of said estate. county of said deceased'tavinjj ted PoteClffice me, pre Bark Pprr. Bnchu, uDderi will ptitio the Hon.. J.
BBLS. county suggestion Qunine.
Plants Extra" and
41 RSBOVj \
i.. L1ct all work pertaining i to a Gun or Locksmith. I D. IV. GWYNN, Judge of Probate, I "Super-UBBK 1 th. Estate of the said Charles AUii ood'le &c ad a geera assortment of Popular PatentMedicines. Way 1. of the Court of the
With the above qualifications Le expects to merit a March 19, 1859. 16mRAILROAD:! :ln.-lLOUI( insolvent ee. : Therefore notice is hereby'givbo t to b keep none but the very best and Middle Circuit of F 0 th wells."r.1 )1T>

k1 liberal patronage! of the cilixcus of this place and Ib. Side. claims against! said to merit your A. D1852foran. : en the
oo Shoulders persons having Et. t appear bop patronage.MILES described real
NOTICE( following estate to the
$ beloogmg estate -
aurrotrndiogcouiitry. best and file same with the Judge of said NASH & CO.
N. I). d; Shays Sugar Core of Jae S.Bell late of said county, deceased,
5f Gun locks for March
always sale on hand.J.AUUUSTCS mitJJJQiJt ':: Ham3. county on or before tie 20th day of September 29.1856 18
::: net to-wit: The W \ of tb4NWjaadtbeSEotthe
BROWN. 10 bbls. when there will be a rata distribntioo of --- --- --- -- -
i-: MrhCIS9. 1: ri'HE attention of Consignees of goods by the .Trim Olivers"CASH.Whiskey. funds of sid Estate amongst pro the creditors of said N'TV J. and the S W J of tbe NJ, of section
JL Tallahassee & PensaeoU d t Georgia Railroads Estate. :LCK-h'j'.G 12. Township 2, Rang 11, N All o laid

!, Plank Road All Right!! i is respectfully called to the following rule: I, 26,1859. R.9LCKSMITG H. BERRY, Com D. W. GWYNN of Probate. THE lao lying and being in the county/Hamilton!! and
Feb Jodg town and has in
__ __ opened a Shop of ,
Rult Tattakautee Stae
y. / fr Pen. rpHE undersigned baring purchased the entire inJL I j the same baildfng with Mr.Kun'.Car- MATILDA BELL, Adm'x i
,! tcres of the Georgia i Florida Plank P.nad and jre payable in cash on delivery of goods, I : : rises Shop, opposite the Echoge. -where all kinds April 18.1855. 15W .
will be .
t Company; ,will put the tame in good travelling order. I after storage the following periods charge: on article* lying over, :86S. of Black-smitiuDg will b Oe nte.and Notice. :
Tim may be relied <'0. The rates rf tolls I hut retivcvd To I JL tVe that he his A MOST to'P dettb He can _
25 To Consignees in Tallahassee' 3 days. I SHOP him heretofore for the characterof having Claims: against the Eatate of
some pet cent pcitons at ('I.Ah .. again in patrni persocs
wteuiug: to contract by the trasoa a suluble 3c
: abused in. this region and on this road I can't stand. -This will be t 1M required to present t deni due f. t
sa SccoeliodjF mut for rue strictly adhered to. and parties -\LO- SEED afe'procdredfroniacoldelimate SUPERIORBURNING the undersigned :
pay using! the road. Suitable i THEE Jt; k.t.
4- :" *w.Vj the season, wbea' arrangements! are made I or toe goods cannot be delivered.EL I O and will use every endeavor to have work war one like ous.I FLUID date, otherwise they !barred'; aad all tisocendebtedarerequestedt.pak.

nf : J'fLan'l. JERK mrJl..AR .Sentinel and I10CSTOUX, Snp't done with dispatch, and t suit customer Call early or send your orders, that you may TTTARRENTED FRESH. For sale at the Drug ( e.payneotimmedlt.Iy.i

r ;tv];2 rd. Hill .\1\1 il 9. ':at. 15 .' 2 t Quifwy paper copy. t P. B. BROKAW. I get varieties desired. AMES & LIV ELT. 'V Store or LBARNARD.January ', XJAUfe&3UST,.! 'r.
February < 1059. *
9 January!1. If;?. I January 8, 15' : 1, 183g. 1 Aptil 16.'n. }-SW '


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