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: May 14, 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 )
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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.
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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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rofciiiiita1 nub !nstes ([!arbs. \ A. GALLIE, I iroiu the National lau'ri:! vnor. !ht'Mtfl'iou: '; in,;;;'.ilz:m :It a preference: ov-r I-; I| ," hew I.uig will this land List t," but, bow I I of irnpo\"i"G lards irrjur d I>y scourging cnltiaton .

i TOMYUO1S.IOTS i' filiivr foins of I liber, i 1? Ix-irg n.ost ngrpeabi! lou:,! h.is it been Improved !'* 'Hie difference ,' ':: _K ? '!-' _
YLEIJICAL OJ1CE., i jour J 1'nes are nil. before j<>u.I5v I humane, constant, economical and! profitable.j In these!! natural queMions in the two sectionsof I.I.I. I A farmer ham $1209 which tie desires Coinvett

:. PRY imoiisE.P; : mrI ION8 !I Wlirllu-r tliry thoit or ill be thy'1..lIg- j, But it may be iui*>u!:cdVe may give it a country, i.ffers n key to the difference in I -he is doubtful whether to bay a negro

Dr. Wm. F. Shine Nicer give good nor or take cotnv a "OCt tong;jou; false position, and thereby lose much of its the value .1 land. i man or more land. Suppose be does oeUbcir,
benefits.'e consider the relation of labor ', We cannot forbear giving another instance I but expends this amount' in the purchase
.-",,,;. "" rc >+I"'AL: *IKVICLK TO 11... TIHLICOr -Afl- stick tctl.tr. i fir _
.."!(';: a,!j"ii'"n: Lat of IV<. (JiinUt.Jt; lotion.K GROCERIES L\ GENERAL.'orinibr to land at the South as an instance of this fal- originally published in the Valley Farmer of I some one of the concentrated manures' applies
) !.llC. 1b;. '. 11I-1! I Should kind fortune' uiiilf* attend you.'te'er !; sit) of posithn. I the farm of n Mr. Gentry of Missouri. Tin it to his wheat land in the full and sews
> 1t: H:;II. 46 i forget! the, kindred lie, j We have heard young men on the sea coast instances! prcvicrtsV given i me on n smalls 'I clover M ith it in the manner suggested In nother -
And should fate Ix-renvcniVnts i ceo] fJ''n t'-.*. I
MILES NASH & CO. "{.'.! 'together till )'OlllH,, ; ;(| *c/f Georgia and South Carolina, giving it as a >calt,. 'J'iiis i is on a large seal, and on this I er colume of this Journal. If his wheat'Is _
lUESII? Gl\\ DEN sEIPI y Ob! stick; toyether.If 1:1 ison: for their entering profession that account may In- more instructive to o*r large successful, lie will get bick.Mr. DUN Diek-
fllALEI: { !s i > i \\hile they. unit a large body of land, they philters. Tiis! 'lann consists of 3500 acres son tells us, one hundred percent on his outlay

MUG: $ I.\I\TS. crc.wt12. of 1868. miccors be in rlli life nnd should! !some,.ary.tne be. >oor, I i owned only twei.ty or thirty negroes, and that under fence, anrf mostly in divisions forty I I for mtl'urf's-ir! clover is succejsfu*,

Let nut rivhe tnake you airy j, it would be impossible to make support acre ; 1400 in blue grass 700 in clover and heill lie abl to raise stock enough, hogs
MEDirLNES., ( ; MOl 1 1 L S Nevtr scorn the poor otto.' door) ; with so small a force-observe, it was not Timothy meadow, 3(50> in corn, 1GO in oa's, I especially, to prevent the necessity of a lu-
GUM DROPS, I But ../ici- t"lether. the number} of acres but the number of hands 20 acres in millet and the rest in wood pas I fure outlay for manure. The land which! W.
1 TOt 1.1\ .-,'...ro11.'n' iMMnU I ami tbe >uUif.T I :
| which constituted the deficiency. We haveasked ture. There *.i2 JW miles of fence mostly fore this commenced worth
T tliry b.iv .MI "li.itol A I;i.oI| a" "ii.'i:&lU' l.rf.l ill their hue "f!toi.ie.gI "knJ And the rich one roon l I.H' jnjor : how do tho rest of the world manage, rails. The far-i f(.rco eimss cf .t twelve will! tiP r'ci..niiiv::ul.1ilfr..'''b .iijij.Iiri'. Tlltil J-'OR COl'Gllti .AM VO/JiSJ While the poor ones take the (>lncei: I I, who have no "f'. roes? the reply was, that grown hands and six boys Gioss receipts l> Ytry p.orry to sell fur fifty dollarssnfctr*, _
l.rni .lull he re'uiJ.i.Tai1iiaitr -. Ju-t rec i\cd at the DUG STORF. t.r That the rich! one hell) ) brfore.Then their system) is different from ours-that oursreqaiitI from the farm 827,000. This return givesan fcf'er' cgco3 cTh'ersoiI hns been formed cpo'nit.
April'( tli 1 11153' II. F.m\ AKD UAKNAItD. Ja. I ttiik lcjctL'r.I j a great: deal of labor." Precisely, annual gross income of eight dollars fiom I will more than pay him the interest'ofthat

Tallnliamc. Dccm.br 18, 185S. 51 1 Should and therein it is defective, and until that to- every acre, including woods-it gi\cs 81500to sum BOlluafl" and when
lure brother)
Dr. Miles\ H. Nash I temptation] A laor.
From the jmtli he should .lur'"r. feet bo cured, however high labor} may be, each LaucI: tan: and 1 boy, and allows about the sod is for coton. corn or
.orrTK*uw nu.: .<'cs..io>ALkruYict*i,, rut: (OTITIC: <*or Wm. E. Anderson, j V tth him Irdt, but rathvV s>'mo\hVi l land will con'tlu'ue: to bun comparative drug 200 acres It- each hand. I \\hat, the results will amaze lila,. A ftlight

l'"'....11..11:&,.)II.I'J ptIiI.t.ltVXTti.: Attorney at Law and Solicitor in fhai&ry}, I Anger "with affection true, in the market. The operation of the cause Suppose; a person hesitating: between the dressing of manure on land deeply ptmbe

OFFICEitli Dr. 3!. inniMtiately; &I..fllt j And tti.L bytthtr I we are considering is varied and disastrousI purchase of Mr. Gentry' farm and one in i| (:i dressing on the surface,) wi
LILXX.FlAJJm: \ i; Blood than I to effect upon the value of the -land. AI Georgia. We might suppose him to say. "IfI vet and the to take c.,
13 I* ). 2') xinter sure U: thicker'When grasses
aUj \rILL atlcml itli. fidility nnu pronItites to j jT 1 its fountain ii: the same. I l.idy, !left a widow atm v.\tlj a 'large landedestate buy the !Missouri farm it is true I must buy I where their growth was otherwise impratica-
T t/i-fiiwfs led his
: iln:"' to core in the
J J3.: BAhNAR1: H) Jr. cut C>'Uii my' of Franklin AVn.. iiuirton/ ai>d Jackson Cirj, j' llien kindred riirelr hould not bicker l! rida the responsibilities of her position stock to put upon it. Hut if I buy the Georgia ,' ble.
.' 'r in tint! Siiprti.Mf Cow at !Mniijunn md the United And only ViiuJrvd Lc iu mine, too onerous, and a change i is made into stock farm it will require a large gang of ne In one word the remedy for the low priceof
\ WILL t ONT1M'E:: :rut; StJtik Di lricl C. oils U AiohuhicoU) and TnlLiHomceopathy. !I But stick toytlJttr. which will pay a moderate interestithout, groes to \\oik 3500 acres according lo the Mir betide I estate U to adopt a system

RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS Larte..Tairl.) 26. Ifa;?. l'J-5m 1 The time my suns, is fad proaching] trouble to her. A guardian, administrator, or common plan-this will cost a great sum of wJiich: will nnnanlly improve the lan?., .,. ..J.
: AT 1111.: WLP fTAM', "It' -- '- -- : When Iirbluniber with the deid; Trustee, having an estate thrown into his money-on .the whole, I will buy in Georgia, Our ohjl'c in.this article is to iirtrodaca' the
:i Then let me feel when death's encroaching" hnnds for management, and fearing the complicated but the cost of this amount of labor must cdne right kind 6fthcfeghtinto! our Agriculture.Wo .-
I All J all the hbpcs of life are fled, of in addition out of thu lands. And I %', do
re cnsbility plantation besides not that farmers
I a must con mean lo say our '
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if & C's1IrtELLkCUTIC>, .t> J. WACCUN, )( D. j trick toytlhtr. I
p to his own private affairs, invests alsoin sider how bug tLis! rolling land in Georgia : not think-they do think, and some of

1 .1.r"ii< itti.hr&igue.I Mxiiitol; tlwln Hcuiocopathic.-..t\d in Thywcian tbe practice har-of3lcdkint. j* For.H t'lis' weary ro-ld of ours I stocks, as. being equally sale arid giving will last in the cultivation! of cotton and corn, : intensely-but. the subject of these though*! '
Cornr..r (illt"n alll! I''lroe ittptsTa4hasi..1stiiuarr '. ., bay t'c fuund at tli.ir OffiorCitj Hotel, The VictVs :aV l11t'UIit. -nd true, : less trouble. Tlie effect of every such preference I and as, it ii..peflsIJabfu. property, I must is too often scey, i I low shall we make men
I I 'i. :t Tallahassee, ami r.t Dr )JrC',. old ft.ind' ilonticello. i' If they'll unite their kindred (towers I upon the market price of land must bevery late: my price accordingly.: It is thus r'gu'l cotton t" We wofld append to this inquiry

: H. H. BERRY, A. CAMI'BEI.L MK'AXTS, M. D., i iJ. And each to each their dimly do, great. We contend, and hope to be able I our landed property ii depreciated in an addition, How shall we make.more cotton

Auctioneer and Commission A1eal 1C, IS(J.:.)J.. W Ai(16 OXElt, SI. D. t;! - And. .alick- -.-toqctl..r.- I to show, that it is impossible to give land a The Cause* which have been mentioned, i iI j while we improve our lands P We b..
From fie alb Count )man. value independent of n costly or complicated we believe, arc those which most injuriously i lieve both these ends are attainable
1\1 E R C II A N T. t I The Low Price of Land at theSoath-Ils animal labor: to be bestowed upon it. I affect the value of Southern lands. We have I' We propose no violent innovations. We

.'i.tAa% tr.: Kla., S"I't. ::\I. I Ifc55.; S3: Isabella ;;-H House, Oarise and I 4th. Our system! of agriculture includes a j only, presented heads of thoughts, for each would not diminish the amouut of cotton and
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Al.BANY 'I GEORGIA" I succession of crops, of a most cihansting: or ppint would require extended) remarks: fully corn produced, but would increase it. Wo .
T. W. BREVARD, Jr., .. j I III tile March number of the South Coun- j otherwise injurious character. In one res. I to illustrate. Our defective system of agriculture J wish to see this increased productym (or A

A"t'torX1OY a1: ; Xj itW above-HOTEL- in Albany--, the- present' term- '; tryman, this subject was treated negatively i pect, cotton is among the least exhausting, has bet n stated generally the cause Smaller area of land and by high nmanuit

I 1'1.1.11SSEI;, FLA.April THE of the Georgia und Florida Railroad i i..* ,:' It was then shown that the low value of Ian- |I considering the ambunt of vegotabTa matter II of the result we arc condensing, and as particulars I and skillful cultivation ; we wish to see 'our

:'4. 1v:><', 17IIt'GII now op n for th<- rccrptii of the tied estates at the South, was not owing to i it returns to the soil. But wherever land is under this general head, wo have : now useless forests, paying the owner a the
I !: TKAVKLIV4 VVBLIC.TS time: cheap fifs>h lands at the West, to slavery, hilly, the clean culture necessary for this plant I enumerated the facts, that our farmers buy I park does the Englishman,feeding his flocks

.\. fOKLEY, .* llimpe and i l Fnruitiiie a.e arw.'! The Frcjine- to defecti\c climate, to sparseness of population : must necessaiily induce the washing of the : land as property to be worn out, not irn- and giving fertility to his arable lands, when
Attorney at Law tor is t.lettlfl.intJ to make! it a or a t'.vtJcieney'! in the value of our product soil. The same objection) with other injuri. 'j proved-that a large proportion of our landed made rich and generously repaying its liberal

TlLI.UItb.NKK.1 Fl.. FIRST CLASS HOTEL, *. j j' ous results, is attendant upon the cultivation I property yields no annual income-that our I owners in the process, afterward allowed that
: \ Aiiirmatitely, we conci'ivc the comparative of com. Oar farmers talk of resting their i ii i system allows fio value to land independent repose from its toils, which God Las ordaizV .
and duct attention to the wants of his
Jtnvaiy 17. IS'iT ::-1)' .- -- Gu(-rt*,' li nicut Itlr..na of the, Public. deprccifl1ii "f rb'r *_andcd ;estates; \ to be ow. i lands by sowing them down with small grain. j jI of cosily labor bestowed open it-that our that all organised nature must b alowe k
I... II. DURHAM. Proprietor. i, ing to our Defective System of \gricuIturc.lit. I The English farmer would nsk, Ir you call 1 succession of crops is of a most exhausting I order that it may properly -
:B. Whitehurst
John .AlUinr (Ja.. :llj> 2:!. 1858. 21-ly This system i is such, thaf} the planter that rest, pray, what do you call work t" The ,j nature, and lastly, that in their cultivation I j tiotis.! .

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT tAW, or f.irajer scarcely. considers his !land as a part I severest crop to which he submits his land, *.s I they_require an amount of labor, not known, j .The views presented are novelties. 'Ttyar9

MAKIVNNA.: : TI.\ POST & MEL, of his permanent investment. Ho buys a a crop of small grain, always manured and 1 elsewhere. intelligent mtr.i: .ulture.t i! the resalts'of observation upon the prac-

\ \ ILL t....--11.... i-i tl*. Ciniut ('''Ulh of J-ulwi.: COMMISSION MERCHANTS I wagon, :n d I 11)0") :-. i it I/.fil it i i- t.. urn out, and i never followed by anolfcCer' smart grain crop 1 We should deeply regret It, if any person lice of othersvhere landed estate gives for.
Tl (..all'.'.ull.t. a,lai"-'t"-, *i..l ll..liiKr.... ,tKJ ... | then throw! < !t :"\:1\,'. I lit I 'rtIti: a plough! or j until an ameliorating crop has intervened.- suppose that these defects in Southern Agriculture I' tune, and I contrast \ith our O\Y practice
.. f... .,*..;* .u..,.".....l I.. f'M'ftU'';:. 61 I'o>' lris; Street, !i h.'t'. nii.l l ii/(-.-tt. l.i'lJi! in tin- .ame: \..MHe ': The lands ot' England were once exhausted ': are pointed out in a presumptuous or where landed estate is sometimes an encurn-

-:rt.uiU-r; ?.. !I'I.I.*' :Imw. OR-LEANS. IlInhllll, us-ca it until it is worn nut, and t ti and comparatively valueless. It i is by a 83-8 1 J Jj captious spirit. The subject! we are discussing I bronco rather than a source of wealth*. _. ;

Benj F. -4-.p. I then t'thIi l| i', as- he sell \\t\t\ scrnp it on, for i j tem which annually improves tftefti' that they j : more* gravely affects the pecuniary interest I Will the farmer allow something oft fol.
; Young, it t l'Ir. r uliaMfr! it will bring. IIv rrganU! !Ij" land have attained their present enormous value. of Southern land holders than any other lowing train thoughts to pass his

;- 4_'.13. ff.9._: -"JJ..tl _;\.If'r.... .. ,;\ .V/j M4sfl.- llamas J IVrlins &; Co., T.lla1:aee, Fla." rather as! a part of !l.U impetuses, than part of i iI The adoption of uni-mprovirg system gives which can be >re; ,iPcd for their considera- : mind r "J own 200 acres of Jand-I can

vrOJK'T "' '> L IVtiharn K. Hairi.tCo.& P.ilmcr. Slunlierllo Quit.cy. I hU investment. It i U wiih him. a* it were, I I to landed FI'opcrt.rtn advantage, which few 'tion. If there be a process by which: their; I hardly support my family upon it. I mightsell

'- "t: 'I Kyf'TV.a .. Il.ardct: Dniliatn St. Marl, M 1 iK-ris-liu'-1'l .' prrjK-rtv It !s 311r.t.'thuI&! t
'"rn.i. !\: ..Me. nt' *:.. C3=rtittflli4 Krtsfn, Cir JXIQCS Filnr. Key West, woin out. not !''I"Qv'4.* The j fit 1 ii i. d of it3 i a bank or railroad, costing lfJO. rrtay occa. Northern value, the lands which thousands I I could sell it for 850,000 or rent it for 85
.;? *lor-J! ;). tiiJ, Lbe V.deraI c.....:,... Ion"c p M I Lti.is. MtXausht A OrtnMvl Atlanta, Geo. endurance i ii then-fore intimated; in the original I sionally: run up a few dollars above par, whllti, I now own, and which are of little worth, I :year. \'r!}at is the reason of this '
J. N" M Kiuntm Jt C,,. TLomasvillc! and the is it continues to the fair dividend. i would their children affluence.: We Can I it!" A
( AT AII.VILUC.Crr. ALMUl': & Uo'I: |I'Cnh:1H', price rrgsiUted AC1 pay owner a bring to remedy thoughtful mind turn
r. /; /.}..I: fY t.:E 14: -Augu-i 14- ,-It'- -;>-fI.- 33-1:: 1 coi''i"glv.! '! I If it beory lich, li-vi-1 land, that A piece of. grounl!, originally costing 8100, i jipay believe that there is no valid reason why this i ed to these enquiries will ascertain facts tb

J. J. LCCA. 1COL. : HOGUE & AMAKER will i :la** a n'; .b'jr ofer.rs; .he iwch.iser! will I by iraprc7ed manrgeneathere( ith.I I result may not follow, anti in a comparatively the benefit of the thinker and the public. The
4. P. Aittv V C&tflctUn S. i 7FKAVLE. ,I. 1':1.:1: good pi ice for it. Hut if i it Lc rolling I proved management: is general and has given I II I short period.It I improved practice of no one man,' can indeed
&. TnonrM. % ) i ATTOKNEYS & COUNSELLORS land us h the great bu k of the interturcoun- to landed estate its (rue value,) pay annuaHy, involves no censure upon the men who materially affect the price of landed estate 1d
I 1)i:. JAMC' S. JONES: : Tallaliaw. /-?.. I .. __ "" I Ii i try of the .Southern: Staiee, he coiuidt-is how I a good interest, increase in saleable value, established the present order of agricultural a grea extent of country. But it can add to
June 57. 23WILLIAMSCOTT i i&rtTAE LA. 'tV :
u __ _____ __ : t tRUih of the tract is washed away or worn and perhaps, in a few years sell for enough affairs to point out its present defects. They income. It will affect favorably the in.
I JL formed 4 partnership in the practice, of J I. out, how long the fresh:: land will: List, how to buy ten of the bank or railroad shares, one were pioneers, for the most part men of limited tereit of his children, and as others follow the
cud will ntlrnd bosi-
AYTOH32V ATT LAW, | ness rhtrrte.1:., !1 t.. thtir care.. any professional j i iiinrh i i.> too Inokcii for cultivation! ; and in I of which was originally its equal in value. means, encountering the loresf'prevt'nledIty example the influence extend, and gret.i

i D. I' HOG E. .&. PERRY A AER. I view of these: points determines! thw value of 5th. Our crops are not only very exhausting necessity from using improved farming increased products, and greatly
MOXTICELLO, FLA| I May 1.1 858. 18 th,' propc-jty.&' Of course he places a low es but they require an amount of labor not tools, raising stock without difficulty in the ue of land is the result of that triSuence.
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J4ly30.l833." : :30 -tljan- -. i tiin.itc upon it. And this Imv estimate, will known elsewhere. Our farmers and planters range, and only for their own consumption as When an agricultural practice which has giv .
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HOLLAND- : E. Cab ll, coi.tiniif lI.tillhe: holders of landed property generally, hold largo tracts of land. Much of they were unsaleable, where all were producers en a large price to land elsewhere becomes
i .A:1"tor.n..ey; a"t La I leant to rounder, it .is a part: of their etlate, this, as we have seen, is annually idle and un and compelled to raise those crops I general at the South, there is no reason why

Attorneys at Law. TALLAHASSEE:: FLVj I whi-'i: is capable' of an annual improvement productive. In the cultivation of that portionin which were easy of transportation for long land at the South may not b a valuable .
"\\ 711.1. praetiev: in the Circuit Courts of Jid1f' \ 1 and West nori
(the State.State.in the Al o Not iu tlivrn the District District Court of Ftai.of ida.tIlt Uoid 1 1R. INSURANCE a alto 11 t time since, two largo land owners, I population, whatever. The average of labor, all this has been changed That which was THE RUBY.-The ruby is a ge which,

.J. .FLOYD Office Apalacljieola.: Fla. i I FIRE ; : sen>;l'.e rnpn in the main, conclII ring in opin. (steady labor) on a European farm in high their misfortune, may be our fault. Our when of the kind called tiitaiis of great

D.I'. HOLLAND Office Quiucy Fla -- ---0-- ion, that !:1 was impossible torase and sup. culture, will perhaps not exceed two hands t6 railroads and rivers enable ts: now to carryto beauty,and value. The true'cr'oriental ruby

Dec.!!. 1655 51 !! HARTFORD FIRE mtRAXCE CO.HP1SL port .1 large family in pt!etfrga: from a (farm, I I the hundred acres.; Tbs! will include pasture, market, and to sell every thing which men when perfect the most valuable of the gem's

i I'IKEMX L\SUIUNCE COMPANY; vitIitti tweaiati1. j.it cut!t:1I: the process. Theso meadow and ploughed land, but it is all annually eat and .wear. And we shall be greatly reprehenMule I next to the diamond ; the color is a fine,deep

Henry L. Rutgers, j I OF nAKTFOKD, COXX. gentlemen lad| l killed: tlielr orthodox quota of producth'e-thnt which is not ploughed if we do net improve this advantage cochinea red, having a richness of hue unrm*

COMMISSION MERCHANT acros in middle Georgia; and hail commenced I yielding a return, including interest and expenses to the improvement of our husbandry.: ; occasionally it is rose red, or has a
I Ajgrrgatc Capital, $100,000,000 00. I tinge of voeL! The monarchs of Peru Siam
the Fame murderous process In Cherokee quite equal to that which is ploughed. This thought leads to the proper remedy for I ,
TALLAHASSEE._ ._ -:: FI.4. ..\. I Dec. 4. 1858.:M. P. 49itIJCDICAL ELLIS, AgentTallahassee. We quite agreed with, them: '.,.ith the: condition : There is no dead capital in the case. the low price of our land. That remedy is and Ava, possess rubies of the greatest bal
I that continued their In the Northern States of this country, theaverlge I the incorporation into one of agriculture I ty, ss the sovereigns of India had the largest
IBEHAL a.vancesrnaJe] on Cotton or Tobacco : ___ __ ___ : tluy present: system system diamonds. It
I of labor to the number of of a feature by which for the improvement is said that none equal to these
J consigned! to Ins frictnla iu ewsir.ur York. NOTICE. offarminir. No land upon the. fare of the productive crops, !
I I earth could! frtand it. It must b<' :good landto I acre: ,' is perhaps still less. It may be of interest of the soil directly or indirectly, are in the possession European princes.
last 1'Mig enough: to raise a family:! upon it.2d to offer a few instances taken from the shall be as regularly cultivated as crops for I Rubles of ten carats are extremely &.-;
I In:!. 1859.amount* to nit 11 jiitrchatn.Marcb Dr. T. Hayward Willis. I Our rystem Agriculture i is such that transactions of the N. Y. .Agricultural Society, sale. Whether these crops shall be returned A perfect stone of tix grains is rare, ant(lath

I rTAVIXO: located in Jefferson county. one halt a very large proportion of our landed estate the details of which were' given under oath. I after having passed through the bowels of little short of the value of'diamond; indn

Dwelling House for Sale. ,. JUL: mile to the tear of Mrs. Bradens.on St. Aujju- yield us no annual return. .considerable These instances will show that at the South farm stocks, is a separate question. We wishto if some small rubies are very fine, they
tine road, offers his Professional J services to the surrounding idea of the of it much greater value than diamonds of the same
'"I"IJE SUBSCRIBER oflcri f.r *ae on : amount is in woodland: yielding nothing ex. we have no practical amount see regarded as a part of the far.
.1. tems eaiy to a purchaser. )hill house anti lit January country.8, 1859. 2 cept a sojijily; of rails and fuel. If the far income which may be derived from a given mer's innocent boast, that ho has! improved weight. The natural crystal is in the form ofa _

lob in Bel-Air. Apply to tLe un.ll'p.i$1eol. I .:..._ __ _____ __ __ __ m would! consider! the amount of money he number of acres of land with a small amountof so. _.many acres of land as that he has Sold so six. sized prism ; it cleaves mote rdi1
to- to W. K. Heard. JOlIDEARU.. of cottcn. than the sapphire, and is not
labor.J. bags
Yonge & McClellan ha Inched: ut in woodland! and then make acnie.iisti.ni many 1
-March-- 5 I. 1859. 10-tf I (counting the interest on this dead V. Grove's farm, 234 acres, of which 37 To do this we must raise horses, mules, cat. thereJs another stone, also sometimes cane

WILLIAM S. DILWORTII, I .A.11orz1oys; ; : a1; I.alLW: I capital' ; ) \\lialhis! rails cost him, it would are woods. Gross sales 0,752.89::; cents; tie, hogs atd: sheep, for our own consumption, ruby, which belongs to a different ;

and Councilor at Law I FEACTICE is Alt im cxxrrs or watt FLOKIDA. ab raa J.i.n; and ho tt oul.l very soon b.-gin; to amount paid for labor, besides the farmer'sown and for the supply of the market. Wool is and is inferior in value and hardness. Thisis

Attorney ) I 1 OFFICE AT Pr.>sAtoLA AM !MARIAXXA. I male! enquiilos! about Osage Orange, t'hcrokro labor. $526.15 cents-at the usual rate 1 as ready of sale as cotton. It is cheaper in the spindle or Balias ruby, which when

O TICELLO. FLOltII>A. j C t YOXGK' Pn .. J F MCLELLAN. rsriftlba Unso, Thoin, or better than nil, Locust I of wages. this would! about pay three hands, i our climate, and with proper snmuner. and red or violet, has been called orient ruby.It .

,JILL practice,andTho-iij in the* and Court lowndei of th* County Middle Cir Oa .hnuary8,1S19.. :2 seed for hedge: yet there aro cash sales of nearly 87000. winter pastures'to raise a pound of merino may be distinguished from
gravity.Ib some shade of
March, :!:2. 1866. iS-ly o.--I A large number of acres on almost every I Weslfall's farm 202 acres. Gross sales, wool worth fifty cents in New York, than it cojor) 'lul ,
_. I Ellis Orlopp & ; Paid for labor $663. This includes red, as rcse, violet, cherryor
12 ccbte
--- -- -- -- farr.i !:i (lao wider pirts of Georgia, are worn 81,973.44. is to raise a pound of cotton, worth centsin
LOXG & CALBUAITH, .d j the labor of the farmer at 820 the market. The this .. 5,: ..
WhOLESALE HEALERS IX otit r. : At rest ;; cftx irse paying no interest. per same cause of obvi. re ,
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ATTOttxnvs AT LAW, TAI.LAIIAI.SKI: FL.'. I HARDWARE, FINE CUTLER, I The only paying part of the farm i.i that whichis month, and all the labor expended in improve. ous. The increase of a flock of sheep, well NORTH CARoLINA, Roox.-"
LONG &:; J. B. ALBRAITII bave associ GUZS. PISTOLS under the plough. The interest on the ments, manuring, &c. managed, covers its expenses and the wool is BAL .
MA. 4-c., SfC., I have the of with the
d tbemselre in the practice of Law. They I land which the farmer does not cultivate, must 'v. Holmes' farm, 185 acres. Gross receipts clear. There j is no process by which we can can pleasure
""ilIat.tend the Court in the Middle)) Circuit,the Su. No. 517 Pearl Slrt ROBERT t, New York. be -h.nged to that which he does cultivate. $6,720. Paid for labor, 8650, including get cotton clear. Two negro men, with prop. next cotillon !I" "
and the District Courts of the United ELLIS Well I don't know-
preme Courts MAX A. ORLOPP. Ja.. I TliM bii iaci; down the value of the whole property i labor of the farmer-equal to between er enclosure and pastures, will take care of ,
States Tallahassee. .
Office opposite Court Honse. THOMAS P. ELLIS.JanurrySS. I tr a very low fillre.; This point is capaf.Jo I three and four hands. 1,000 Merico cheep.! It is estimated by com- "Engaged, perhaps 7" '

October 28. 1854. ly ... 1855._ __-!_______ t of great imjuificntion, and indeed de- i .J... D. Clift's farm, 160 acres. Gross sales, petent judges, that the droppings of 1,000 "Wel efyou mast know!" I ain't quite

-. MEDICAL l\01'1 ce. I serves it. Hut the necessity of condensing I 86,344. Two regular hands, including extra sheep on an acre ground, for one night are my,roxum d _

BOOKBINDING.rr much into n f mall space, prevents us from :. help, paid for labor 8495. equal to 200 pounds of guano. We know For a !long'p riod the Jews of .
UNDERSIGNED IS NOW I m--GardneI'j: I i furiln-r remark, save to ask the landholder J{. Swan's farm, 325 acres.. Gross sale, what guano costs, and by counting 365 nights, have almost exclusively Amlr
JL lllErAU WITH Dr. J. H. j to tiko his pencrl: and paper and workout the I. 810,771. Paid for labor S900. we may estimates the value of 1,000 sheep, ness of mODopl te when

TOOLS AND 1'ffiIg"MATERIALS HAVING located LLOYD." offers his Po- Ii gurcs' wiiicb\ ; these brief: thoughts Mil naturally ;I We might: rflultiply these instances from the in the improvement of 365 acres of 'land for they were persecuted- in all the tme nations

:" '1R BOOK frnai .y n i NJ) IXG : Seances to the Citizens of the place I suggest! to him. invaluable volumes before us. They are indeed I one year. The cheapest ?way by which we of the liberal laws and flourishing-
and the surrounding Earop
country. Jet\ (Tiir svttcm agriculture is such thatit exceptional cases, being prize-farms, but can raise sufficient_ It to keep our capitalin encouraged to '
citizens in all :.U bTTalUhaRoec Lrancbeo, and and solicits the: patronage of His the Oct._ 9, 1858 41Nathaniel- ------- ; allow to landed property no value independent they illustrate the point at which we are aiming land always increasing, is by the cultivation tlo there in great numbers ; and te .tl ..
inrrotmdiog Coiatry. --- ------ ---- dmms
Shop i it in the Brick oSTice fornVerly occcpied by Dr. of lie labor bestowed, upon if. The the proportion of tabOt In the management of fbe artificial grasses. In their cultivation there erected under the special
Call, opposite the Epiocopal Clri'rch.. He il a practical Hamlen, r negro is the: investment, r her than the land. of productive land. It is to be borne in it is only the first Cost which t&Cs! -afterwards tion which UieStates of Holland, afforded

Binder and feel Cure that be can do work as COMMISSION MERCHANT, We nmt buy a mule for the negro to plough mind, that in offering these farms for premiums they work for us without labor on. capital and is calculated-
it be done elte vhtre. e'nteri -I .
well aDd as cheap as CHARLES can FIJiDEISEX. =No. 38 Poydras St., New Orleans. with! : wo must bt'y land for the negro to put it wa necessary In the specification of our part. not fewer of the 59,000 hl
for details to mention the amount of manure, a? We would begin with the wopdla'nd and
July 17.-1S58. 2'J-ly L C2T Sent.copy. 1, -0- the plougli>> into ; we must buy a wagon who live in Aaasferdamdepend directly 0 i.
The farm would receive a premium which was woods An English park i is nothingbut
--- -- the negro: to haul home his crop with. no i pastures. directly on the diamond trade.
FIRE INSURANCE UKFEHS TOExGor. ) male the plough and the hind hare the. incidents 1 not under a system of mangement which a wood of pasture and it pays an a'nrAial .
James E. Broome,
TaUWigee. would it annually. Th/etarns men interest heavy fOfes8! ot. We have in
value on a
the is the essential Th6 improve
Gen. R. A. Shine J JA f negro When Dean" wfft was united dinner bj
R Key e*. F..rq.. T!\'.ewportFha.John 1-1a'l; of negroes is instantly affected by a change I tioned by these contestants indicated an ave I Georgia, upwards'o'f thirty millions of acres hit friend BoHngbroke, aa 'inducement
PENNSYLVANIA.T It M. Spencer, Esq. ) in the .juice of cotton, while the value of the rane of from thirty to forty t\to horse wagonlords I ot unimproved I lands to six millions enclosedand Lr a the.. (timerbillbrepfiedVf
:NSURE against loss by Fire on tbe usual terms J. Soiling Quincy, Fla. land vl I ich the cottcn; fa comparatively of manure to each acre of plooghed improved Much of this land is perhaps tf accept"was;.A o'Are.-
1 F. U. FLAGO Agent. I Gen. Wrt. Bailey, Jefferson county, Fla. I grows the older the irreclaimable ; g1o"yol b
unaflVrti'd. It i is extraordinary anom- I land. Under such treatment, bop<<>ieSsly or at least for many
TallaLakscc.: December: 1 8, 188.: 61 J. G Putnam, Eq.. Madison Fla. I II .n show me yov bill of !' r
I Augustus SUele, Esq: Cedar Key, Fla. I ly, that perishable labor should take. precedence I land is, the better it becomes-thus not only years. But a vast amount of it can be used -_- -_eopfl._ _. *t f., :. f .
G. Troup Maxwell; M. D7 Daniel Bell Eq., Hamilton county, Fla.j imperishable land. No one who has the revenue of the farmer but his capital in for the purpose' suggested. When this is (
!:d. Remington.: EM!.. Ix aasTnie. Geo. I read our article in the March No.-of this jour. land annually increase In entering a country done, what an addition to the value of ,the CO The amount of tares annuaDf cxftttt'ed

. OFFICE & KEtilDENCE:: CITY HOTEL j h1I.Scixci. Esa. f nal', will think us inclined to depreeat( > slave represented by such farming, a purchaser lands( the wealth of the State and the comfort in Cuba is $30,0O0,0OQ.whIclik* .e

TnJlaliasser, FIti.JB SlI\Jack 20 J., 1858.)Ianb. Esq, DuDcanrille 47 Geo. labor. After varied observation have no will not iiirjuire as he would at the South- of the people What an exhaustless meant to about 916 to every tenahfcanCt .
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; I r- I retained longer and of the play of chemical [ TELEGRAPH7
'" Heaven ,J Judge TLavr' Opinion. I Philosophy of"Plowh) course BY
liMrit "Tlie
for the !
& 0itrnnlT asking 'oil' !i 1line adverted to the pinion recently re- Mix*. EOITOES.: Having to diy litiralif rotimitigto 1 j ji I, affinities contained for a longer p -r t.tl &, also ,
4a111 | help the man-hie'.asrnpaeiou.asa nltlrf. Every 1 I can wr account for the fact that the summer dews
Democratic Legislature that has met but ole has ICe |I eel red by the Trustees from this gen'Jwnan in anoth. :i do, and no one to talk to, I have, to get rid of ( arc of so much nie-re benefit to a fi-tshly plowed) LITER FROM EUROPE .

'I er part to-day's. Floridian., ADd ouly regret our i an iuloleralle ennui, tented myself to write an article erop. TIle capillary attraction iu the soil has been
him to n-iletioa, and still, like the'onleech.ll I
LAHARBEE: ; : 1 .; \I inabiiity'to lay it before onr'readers at once. We for your paper not about politic but about increased and thus greater amount of dew is ab ARRIVAL fe OF TILE
cry i*. lore I more! Will nothing satisfy sorbed. ,
i: br able do in short time. plowing. Plows are common implements! and plowIng -
trust to to so however a
him T Does he want the mon-Jpoly" he says w j I believe Messr Editor, I live 1'umtnteJ hit
SATCnaMY !I! Through the-courtesy thc Secretary e NAY 7, 1850. enjoy If so, in the name of AI1hat's decrnt give advantage* pulverization .
havebera examine it and if any timLot; it is a fact and no mistake that soil like el.e ia tbj
=0" = ----: = .'= IttuhiLl! i i I we permitted to pre Unfortunately everythtng -

nr 'Mt.J.'J.VCflAACX JIM bfoft appointed *tot ;; viouslv, we had rutertaincd donbtS'on the subject rre".s: More ill it than i* drrampt of in the phi. I ,world the good is jire-ompanied w 5th evil. Diirinf;> .
ft -- Declined 1-1610 18el.HeiiTAJ
aTle the if f the matltr a -re.it
e vrtablt
I hnlutfo.AdrvrUnrinmtt,Ae. tor the Flon- HoriJft AVirtcf the!: 5th iust eor.tains. the ',i 'of which it treats, they now no longer exiit. The i' hisophy" most people. t'ecomiH-sition cubstance-s are formed. fertile in their rstuir. I
Jl ? < fire In the pme of th* Antl.or dwell with dtiigimt JO<1 CXj muiiy May 5The t-tcamship Niagara ha arrived -
r1rt amid trtor
? t i .,uml.'rf cite J tl. elaboration of the diij
Proprietor sam.. proceedings of a roses meeting of the citizens e f !j jAlachna great cases !I.IIt. which are volutized by the sun and are wit'i' Liverpool dates 5'.mmtord.iy.Apri123aI.COM3iEICLAL! .
ro re county, held at "Xewrarsvillc on the 23d argamument-time vafiou* points of view from w 1.ic-h j il'ati"t-- with eloquence upon the aj-ney of the j, pMed iii thou atmosphere. So, likewise, a irtte

1 --- the .question i i. exotuine-d, and commt'D,1111.1" of which solutions edrensur- t
W 1101 Notice.-The rWt Office is open April at were adopt 'eivilizitio-j, in sti-.taininj eomuieri-e and :in Lring.f :I Ii bellict.Iul; ; le. arc lenclied t-ut by time rains and cflrI'ed Lirrrpact Cottoit JfcziktTiissui' lif cotton
$ on Sunday's ween the hour* of I 2 M. and I P. M. i ir.g the Governor on account of bis course towardsthe caution in asserting nothing as law but whatii : e tf to pond and tranches. I have nil besita- for five tl.iys vvere 2'J,(*>ft l-rtlf, at n.dwline. 116

l or.l1 Railroad Coirpady and approbatory of ill/'tll ,settled lead Irresistibly to the conclusion that i j |iug about that higlicr: and more elevate! -late of 'j lion in asserting that our lands arc more iinpovcr- I (i JiL principally on the Middling and lower grade

I bmw is stated. We that :i 'hu-uaii society, where m.iu's intellect rnipUy iHelf ishe-d. by these means durin the eultivatioa of our I
Pie at Lake Bradford. those whi<-h have sustained' .the whole intra at presume, therefore '| i SECOND ttlSfAlfll.

There b to be NIt a Pie Nie to-d..y nt Lake presses improvement system without giving henceforward it will be taken as settled that a mal's l in a manner-worthy of irs elivirr and cxa'.ud na- i crop than by the crops tlumselvc Tli* latost phae of Continental affairs Is not'encouragicg -
v BrAJorJ. place : but in of all eittgiagneie.*. i I 'Ihe facts titUiled above all point to one ronc'uI -
opinion _
tuie ,
for the be'nefit of tic Mount Vernon Fund. Cot G. to iecti\na jealousy.)." As the Floridian it referred joiityof the Trustees may give the certificate required | my I I ), viz: th.it deep plowing in the preparation of to piacr. t
i ii thee g-.an-l result j Austria hind l srnt an nltimtium lo Sardinia, d<-
to '
: T. Wad .n.t E A. )Hart Eq.. are to deliver ad- to by name in one .f the resolro*, we beg leave to by the :.1.1 and !tit sections of the Internal cone more potent prouiiC1*? : bind l other thing being equal. promies the best mantling disarmament of her fortifications! herm
I than that humble of lm'sItt.iry. the
,. 1 drew. append a word I two by way e>f('(.mlcrt. andthe Imprwora-at art It seems that the vubraicit current 'I implement j ''-husmit for realizing a good erop. By tI"1'1'1.-j j m jiruiv miet her ravy. Tliree d-ivs only were givrhf
j 1,10TIi a. ertiou tr'rke lie most of your I ing I mean deep -pulverization. The- plow ust-d
-' -.-- moM particulaily as the language of resolution I nuthoritie, both in England and .America! may >r ar.inia; to reply. If die"refuv Austria ant -
with reference the t'f
,; r Cotton JPre. reader 1"JuJieroJt. i-ri! but it ii ItH.rtl-s 1"uJ.lIe selectcil to quility
Ihracer. f fI i.ouuovs tbat she will declare war against >ardinin.
might lead to the inference that this paper/eat notsustained i* to this effect. We in.xkc no pr-Unsions to a I the foil and sutsoil. .A thick finely sub'>il slionl-1
The Messrs. Shradcr have put 'Ip'one ( r her I i true th.it the fii..ioll ethievcnunt of mali ex Eighty thotim'I more .%tlitriamstremoIsm'svdteen
the w,1,011 internal hopro.mcntJ'Ftll. i knowledge of law, but when the tlrong common j j not be mixed with the soil by a Inigr turn 1iow. rdcrrt'tn! the Tieino.
Presses in the Cotton )'ar of Heir I Col *.. and toUy !I hibite-J in ttate->mall!,lijl', iu the "d lIl.'d ai.d me !!' for time fertility of the whole will br lliu refliierd e> -
view of the is bucked sinedby
without giving to sectional jealon The teute suljoct upandsu* Au-tria hn* rejected England's! final prop-vition.
place <
it will be ready for work.W'e advise Planters y. and between'he In such: land ,
I | ehauical arts, in poetry painting! hi-.tory .i'lp i to a ine-au two. n JIlt The Fre"-K! toward Piei
resolution reads follows! ai uninterrupted mrici of decision by the ablest troops were niovirg
and examine Wittr-ut} de* bt i the al : should be used whi JinouM V'tt": deep wI'm'motmtclitui'bing
to go it i i. very 1 tore all re>ult fioni and dept-tS oj on tl.e fact luSt mont.
A' o/rrid.: Thatw coruc'y!! the ecmursehcutsued Judges of the worlti, from the time of Lord Cedes tie rel:i'ive >-ition of the soil and *tibil. |
Press needed by etr'faIcrl nrpro\.e it i in the of -miull imf thishtmcmau I There was a panic in'the- French Botir.
-- --t"-.- -,- I,)' those journal of vtheihavea to tIle present as manhalK-d iu ia.poing; array by f-ow-r j I"rti.n .. A violation ef thi rule will be found to I"c ,
'tainrd whole I Internal race to provide food for all, and hence to allow 1' thissaimsc e.f all in the ;
our Improvement to
jre-tioiis deep plowing :
E le s sys'em. 1 Judge Law, it wouM be alfrctation iu u* to pretend I FURTHER : lIiG.IA.: -
reference ews"1stit1atrenrnn.: : without 'giving ].lace: to sectional jenloiisy. and j leisure to ii'iny to t-ixi;e their faculties in the.senno'Lhir.g -i, preparation "f la ml for crop Deep ploriny- ,
By to" h5p among them we recognize the Florida New." not to know what the I Imois, and fake modesty to iiiitrhl 1 l-e the tliiniuution 1 create prxportivnabfy the lx"ejiti ariinf frotti a t HALIFAX. M4V 5.-Thr gale s f o Ye-carttor! for tlii:

r the 10'1 of cool drink will see that, a cargo of ewl .Tailaha .. Sentinel," and deeply rt-jjret to withhold the declaration of our conviction. Tlie i ( pcrsuitVbat JHll'friflti (if the ascii and also rxienth Lie area id five day* in Lmvm'r1s.ui.) were hisS Laic*. and to

ICE has been rf'C.1.y the Ice Company at St I find that the Floridian 00

.al" We have bad t1e pl a'nre. through tIle ta our expectation in tile matter as fiankly and I i the Trustees l.to fully! dye time I .f tie |.!"-w from agricultural vjierations I j ji ; of ennii-qiienee increase the quantity at their tun- :< lrtersteH>k l.tHK)

Itlndnefsof our friend Nonr*, to te-st tie, merit of I'J Oj'.:*. .' as wr l-nd : riql.t to expect n11'ough wr ': may i t 1 leav your 1t. 1,-rs ro conjretcr* fvr theni'elvtIf mammA I j' bale The market closed ut the following quota

; iiiuvt {,tltth,(.lior. ,>f that r'lcrallr"the j certificate, but that each one cf that majority mtuf I d .:Im- idea! (;,farther I will rots lavr to I j ji In (Cocclu-ion Me-iTS. Editors, I will n'rr.tr1..tI13ti I tion*-. -
the vi p..ce
the 'arrival. pronounce articlegt "t. majority r* |1oIt mJI by the : {I sign his i.nmc thereto, either: ly him>..lf or Us attorney pur i time mo't inveterate sneerer at h x>k firming will ,[ Fair Orl<-ar<; Sl-l. : Fair M.'Vilr 7fd. ; Fair 1p-
-- ---- I t I. the -xnmine iuto the i do tl-.it wl-ich was my h.t Illi,! when J c. oa1 1 Linda 7JiL ; MiittllinOreai! 1No report of31dJing
jipjKiir.t'd y -ji-liiture. to : tltonii 1 he rt"t.'on-mtll.t'ath< member that' I admit that, in respect to this stibj"it at lea--t the j I
"Acrlcultuiul.We elms rgm. i.ims- l>v tin* (.01 : h' 4 publish,h hro.ridc tUIY.to w hleh the attrn- the norid1'r.I"' trnt.rl I majority to sign for hm-rf.! This r.o doubt in fu- I': my |io-a,'- ion in regard to 'Iou! in* I and the teaching of hhmuToshlclY.! experience I' The stock on band in Liverpool l wu 4S2.UOO'

tion of mu'rj espe-rial'y: i i" direeted-onr on tkr I I i lure will be tonl'. Th<> bond will be issne-d and I I U.c mI .. | tales, i-f which 3.V7t( >0 were. American
It ''. Jo cot know wla.t "( : eclertaincd Thet.lje.-t e.f-lowing land i f twofold: lt, to
first page from the S j.a j.
in tu the -' ,' are to II| --.ill! g'3Si and wood ci:d, 2.1. to |>\ll..ril"! ti e oil. j l was very eh-ll, bu steady.
regard ; Lit
titled .The Low Price of Land at thr South its ;' majority of the Trustees thall consider it their | I I 1'\'u' York Correspondence. I Ij
understand the resolctK/n as that we ere In this i almost tropical climate e>f curs, tohf.v all j Time Lt>udt> momy market unchanged. TIme
t and Remedy"-thr other under the head, | meaning duty to do! so. And now, this legal | I Ntw 185l.
.iuse to sufCiiu the .whol ii.tcrnal improveiiifiit i V great principle !j kinds ,.f vegetation grow *o rapidly; } and Inxariantly YORK. April 2?, \ j| llxci a-ne' WaS shut. Bullion in the bank ti LugisisI -
"The Philosophy of Plo wins." fl'l the pen of an expected having been "rilled upon indi-pntable authority n I [ MEBS. EillTOiLS-Ofle who bin never vHted New immici us-cress-oh tiI1MC
I ( without giving to se-etonal! killing grass it an important and often lime m j
InUlligeut.) thinking Planter in Leon. Both these fysteia. place : new and additional ousibiity( ] addresses itself | u! York can have but a faint Cf>!'ffp ion of"what manner I Littttt fftM Lies-ieee-SatifrdtrthApril 23.
;. julou-) ..and thai lath "cxpextation has been \:i1'IIppt.iottJ. | difficult operation bo .tali i-i this the case. that j I Cotton titdinin* !hlrs-aiattimI-c! s.viuim-i'g, and Prv-
articles will weB repay careful p.rtiotl. I : to the sense of duty and patriotism of any non con- I of city this i!. Larger citieS there ate, tttn j
cf h'sc sicht of visions Holy day w ok.i .
-._ then w'e I are to say that the very respectable very many our jrLfater everything j buoyant
; curringTrustcce>r Trustees. Take the ease oflhe i 1 noising thisuntreeeimcd, heathen" the Celestial
City Cemetery. I ge-utlenien who elrafted time resolution and ese in the cultivation: of the-ir crops to their ini i I i i
Florida Railroad for il1u'-tration. The Trustee, I Empire More splendid cities there arc, even ainWst i KNLIAL: ; NCWS.j .
The Street Contractor Mr. Towwenj, 1.1 been the meeting that adopted it, have altogether misnpprthrnded I jury. There i-i nothirg to be observed uojler this i J
with! the exception of his Excellency the Governor { the blood thirsty Sepoys uutauied Iu>lia. In Lim. j, The thr*r d-iv given l-y Attstri.i t<> Sanllnu.'fiihi
busilv engfig-d for some days in cleaning out the the course and position of the 17oriJ ,,. headlut tl at the planUr.: in plowing t* free his J
r ultimatum for ui-irn.iment and
are satisfied that the bonds should bo issued to thatCompamy I don find old eloisfere-d : dispersal
you'll grander
I j pilt"; more
Ftlks-iitlic Cemetery and we are requested I by I This paper has not, by word or tIe,, given the trop .>f tr.:-'. shouM keep in view the facts anisemluieimthy j i of her'Votuictrers, would txpireonlherMthe-f April.
and it therefore will I j circuitous tortuosities! of enfiless streets
:him t say that if the owners of ciuloMires within I lightest occasion for the ill ltlloltiqH. nuieh less the isregardsui by j to le tleveloptd in tl.is artilo. I! ; longer ,j The English gove-rnnient 'iff J te-lri-raphed tu Vi-

ii the yard will have the gr* ", weed*, Ac., therein. .!Iaffle. tlint' it .:* not supported and taiued the them as their duty to tign and deliver them, and j! The ehiif olj' "(.t and cud e>f plowing is to procure ){ thoroujtifares that arc nvre densely packed with j i enna ttron:* prottft aguin-t Austria's inenacr. It
in all probability they wPildoso. Thc refu al f I of than the bnIt-l.vcieeil 'I was rtH>itcd that Austria in rejivingrs-fuM-l to
e> ; moving maes humanity | re-
and the tide of the public walk*, j the of the soil in which is
js Jog up placed by ttJiute ylem. Mid that too, without any regard to pulverization a CI'I.'I' j ji r.-ide-r and had manifesto
: already prepared u to
I one Trustee to sign ('ann&,?. this j at its Kt crowded In lyjitlon
any prevent being Breiadway nie> height
f hr w ill remove it. lie[ ei-ects| to complete hi* U- seetion. Cordially nnd warmly, publicly and privately i lobe brt\\ u. J.iud is well .prepared for ajmit enpI aecfinpany her declaration! elf war.
I iltme., and the bonds ill thus find 'I
w forth into the 3'ou'll of outstre-trhed ttrrito
bon there in the cour- of the ensuing 'IH'uk."e f loire we advocated the mJirme inaugurated go tnar- j I in projwtifn nsthftt obj c-t-5! effertctl anJ that I a vasterxpaiie | Active mmmot-nms-iits) of Frtnih troops are puiiuti

;: that those .I ho Jew re his wrvkes in the manner in I b5B as our lumns: \\n.how. and if the re>oj hot without lmi::* signature.; They still be as binding j'low ti best whle'h'fs best adapted tu 1 h;,' '.-','L j I j jI rya; heavier ('III"'I'Jof e-nshroudinsf muncie ; a I i I forward, and thev are concentratii>t-e'ii the frontier
on the Fund as if they had il, but their' market val I I deeper moan of |I'on..rolli1Iaehillcr.r) ; a uorclabylinthinemazcof !i t'f Piedint-i ant at To-iln.
rag eted Jwuild act without delay.We j Iction intended t-' a'cit anythhig to the contrary will liitfiya'il ascliarlyas J'c!-iHt eTjl.drthr The Enitl.sh have full eTa
hmoiv..mmyi prevented a
: ue will be tlilllill.ht't Purchasers will make it winuin lane, ard nameless alleys
a ; ;
--- I'
-- -- it alleges what can rot established.. But if it be-!! I beneficial etFtxta to be .10 rif.J from the pnlvtriz.ition i I ve-lopment of the e licet sf thin new
: have ftCnZWh.taJ ltClncflLOf the reSult pretext to bidloss[ for them thar their real value, a more gl o,tly array of rieke-'y' and rottin ,
j meant that we have dii-appointe-d "expectation" in I 1 e If the foiL (Cliemistry, botany, and in- i |I At Pali, the rreiielt three per cent JfxlincJ
tfifthe mail letting*, on rout. in and !leading to and a sacrifice lr the public money and of theolher j tenement, ai.l slimy back court, and tumbledown I II i I timresI -.
not joining with the Airr in aptrwHal warfare I( J"I.'J.n the natural sciences, have: contiibuted to j
"}1oriL*. The bids wr.* (Iene.1In the 21th .\pl'i'\ Ii resources of this Company mu't Le tin consequence. I 1 1 i-hanlies.! III London toe, j on mav find B.r.1\ in, I England' final proposition wire f.r a final disarmament
I' the Governor tlien we must plead uil' .- j jW throw Ii ,
I 1t nai-1 lt.w...i .t..l w. .r|>'.. tl.e rrpvr is cpon Since, then the withholding of his signature cannot I with its magnificent ros-KU-nces of the ne>t>ility. and by mmmearms-'of commissioner*, inefadinjjardinia.
i 'e 1.31.not engaged. nor will we engage in a controvcrsy j I kiigdom both an nl-exle and a lueilium I "- and the adu.iion cf the lulian States tui
bid ,1 for mail in four"liorsc !
that a was a do but with its .
aeeeptid possibly good result in PieaJifly ancient d whim
: .1iatlc. sitive j .el..IJtitgill odor
of that chajacter, and we have the satis- any may |H> through to obtain nou\slllUellt. Some are [ i I the Peace Cons-res a*at Lav hack. All the powers,
:,. ; coache, nx times a week, betwe-'n Tallahas-) I ("iI. we again appeal to the Governor behalf of I the c-'crnsting ornamentation of modern aristoviaI I'I except Au-tlia. bad absented to lliis.
faction of that
knowing our course in the premiershas bvttT adapted 'for this purpo than others, the saperiority I'j
f h ,! .ee and Baldwin-the junction of the Florida and the .pul li. rite-rests, anal in Wlmlf e>f the unity (II tiieir cy, and Regent St., and West End! with their amai American steM-ks were reported dftLI !
the caused
met 01 difference
t hearty approbation gentlemen of all I Using by a constiluer.t -
,: Cvotral Railroad The coutrnctor is Mr. Mattair i -- ----
i I thDemocratic party, which our unfortunate divisions zing display of fashionable ttrc sin ami IpltDdi,1t'llIil'ugc.
parties in Middle and West Florida and has likewise i',.irt.. mcehanical division t-!. Tliey are ; I [Special I>e-p.ite-r- the Charleston CoxIrW.J'
of Lake cTty. is t-a'.d. also, that daily mail in this thnaten 1 and liveried
i I I I (mfl sulject to interrupt to reconsider snobler3lii Paris you >
i received the endorsement of not a few or the composed of ennl" and crij.-raio niafter ia various. LATH: FROM CALIFORNIA.
l tttkmere, between Fernandiua and Charleston, has this matter. We ( wake the realization
m are pure that the j to of Or
f best friends of the Florida Railroad in Eat Florida. people statts chemical .lfcation, antI it is to the fad j may up t'utalfph'n. XEVV OniE*>s, May 7.-Ihr steam ship Coatzaeo-

i .I -likewise been-.-contracted--- ---- for.J3f We have regretted and Jo regret the refusal of will highly appreciate his |iatriotism in cooperating I tint by plaehig these subnances nnder i.rw condi. j I .!or, evoked only at touch (If genii, or sand of m.ij I| tluy from Mrnatitlao,

O I The Tampa Peirulnr advocates thcrtj: the Governor to sigh tlrr bemdscf that Road and with the ther Truices in a ca'c where the t'on: chemical reactions can It. icdcccd aol nt.'wnffinitits j giciau or "p eli nf Fakir. There the eye faints down j w hh California d itc* of Aprilt'. bbe report that

I public good demands it., even though bis private I the vi-taed glories of the inagiiifiveiit Rue Rivoli, I lit re ii ne-tnillion sevrn Hiri rwl th,.uniul dollar
\, election of the nOD Tho Baltztll .Chief Ju.- arc clearly of the oiiirmioim list he will best promote ('1: trllh', we owe our OW-C to promote
\ and inclinations I | in d1'ielm the way f.-r New York r&i Panama and
judgment it It revel iu the of tlwRireCa-
oppose might to or dazzling splendors |
i' '1 tce.I the public interest by reconsidering his determination I the growth of crops by cnltiv tion. i A-pinwalL Tho re-eeipts eif iroM from the ininr

.'I' A correspondent of the same paper prope> e. the in that respect This much we have expressed him be a ensriflesbut it would be a sacrifice of (organic subeticew contained in time soil, the ti.lioiic, (.1' exults amid tiro pmioranic l-eanties of are lar e. and the market* are iinprovinir, with

I lion A E. Maxwell and W. A. Forward for Associate before ; but to go further-to assail him with venomous private opinionon the.altar of public interest most imjorU.t are pe.tas'i: lime, se>tlfl, magnesia j I theBe'iil-varxUdcsItaliena. But in New Yorf City, prit-e goiMl for nil artii-It-, nut no actual inere.n
I I Those are our honest convictions uttereel in full I while you lose the vastness of mazy Ix>ndon, and in figure ouii'ir tu thr larire stocks on hand. The
Justices. atmue, has been done cwhere iron silica and .
personal as sulphur, phosphorous, (vhloiiuo.
i from the
I view of all the circumstances or the the l'imrisou new Fraser River ejolddii'ijiug ifavnra-
have characteristics
; ; I A correfpondcnt of the Madi-wn 3fe.<*t/tter prearnU we cannot and will not. We tl:ink l.e did right in case, and with Organic malt, r or mold contain (these sn1"tancesin I glories Imperial I le. W.
j I the sincere hclitfthat the best lee
mti-ikinm. hero the
JuJge Baltzcll for C. J. ; :u"'el. Buhe>rYonge referring to the { (-'(' \ Assembly what he believed ofconemjuns-s- apprceuUe) ejitactil'ubut it is ce>iiiH'c 3 mainly no pceuliar.

'4 from the Weft, and Putnam or Get.is of the to be short-comings" in the construction of the I follow their adoption. ___ I of eaibon, oxygen, 'hdie KC-i scud kitrc;rn.- i f ,'i..h activity-of the Ai.gleSaxem blood reaches [Special Dt- pateli to timt, Charleston Courier.]
v the of mad delirious exeitcrient.ilen .
1 1'I East for Ai"tn" Florida Road but we think the policy ian mistaken The IndrjxntltHl Pre** srys in regard to t"e r Now, for a soil to te fertile it must not only contain ;! highest' degree LATLR FROM MEXICO.

1 1\\ A. writer in the Pcnsacola Obserrcr urges the cOme which now prompts to the intcrpe>silioii of (>bstacles j I, crcncc to Judge Law of Savanuuh for iiiseIrmicn the mot if not fill, rf tlf': #(- elctnrr.f-, bat tliry I think and act like lightning fur !imehityintensify .- NEW Ociro May 7.-IJv the Coatweoafco we*
life the have later hiTrlli from Mrxico. Gen. Drcotmlo
I Tiy : to highest point. lvom tiny enre -
IHllon Joidan e.f West Flori.ia, and 1). P. Hol to the further of the '' In in for tlie food
loD proijies coterprvc, whim respcet to this legality of time action confemilatyj uiiift an n'ritilmmblsshape t>f plant*. : i rui'-'uimr liii rpt-roilot. imIa.a.S eW city
to and < thee iinmcn tides of hu-
L land. to. Quiucy, for Associates. and that these obstacles t-hould be withdrawn: in i I by Mr.[ Wi4ker' fe e,liitHtlSI They wit-M <\ f-alile in water. F'r' a I letttrnni way ys-ur o year, tel Ms ide,>. lime Mitsitu'ts have takrit Jalapn,
ilf'illi tioie
.We publirh a communication -day. Gen view of the greater guod to result therefrom the ; i tnan low me in Broadway, with no and the UbtraN wa-re eoiieentratinjf a forr. r>rparate *
; to I IMs rctt'reneo i ill a vingular, i if not all extraordl- < <.Tr ninlinr of this immi-jeet it is hirer To If'U. it is -
I nrvaiion, but ith a ru-h a clatter and eternal > d> an to it Mr. Mc-
Jr' Milton Jackson County for '\"lutt.! public interests. Nor do we Jet despair e,f being i j m nary f roceedinli\ go out ofthe State to cot fully c-tabli-hed l I.y illcmids that in tilt .1rt'Or.po. ry attenipt -eaptiire
n..i iw Lane, thr Am* rican Miii-t: r, sits al out innViiiif
.il inion are ti'ij'iiinid down and across like fariou sims
-- able to announce that the mailers in dispute] |! n I'!: t'|" upon questions ill wiii5hi. the whole sitioii of oriicic tnlff.rc ch<.u.lrul; tbiii--r are I ollicial visit to Irhiiantiper. Jctarzha* i .netl a

i: The las meeting of the citlzi-n of Jefffiounty ,n I have been Fettled-amicably we hope, but at all : Mate FWrdi.-capable isi.mrg.y intercMvd expounding Are the our re Statute no lawyersIn ? from complex to more srnjile cT'Uil-'na'iori-f .!<. ; \ pismires in an upturned ant-hilL reSiltl cp-eufar re-tm-rirg! ; the exa-qtialVrft of the

4 < to talc into consideration the qncttion of eveuU Killed en far at least as the guarantee 01 the arc ell our lawyer so corm-uptthmst they cannot be or tiients, generally ending in ear .u'c aeed aid the Thi* city i* e'ur great national cominere-i.il heart American CVrnil wilhtlrawo, at hat rsiee-1, by
4 for the of the and exerts in time ramifications of its bus'mess rvli- MIKVMOS. Time IJ>Hml* have ciiptur.-4; th* Pjwificports
County bonds is concerned. We trusted with theinvr
4 maiing provision redemption I Ttan-l that Judge tiirnton queftins involthig elements w atcr hydrogen and oXj o'n. At errry

: ? Jionds b ,fure the day at which they fail due was : Law has given the opinion that a majority the the interet of the Florida Railroad Coni]>any tOne stage of the proeees th-j constitumt parts of the t1umore [!otcnt influence to LedJ us together fl| of Coiima and San Bla*. W.

l last to or (the either, mu't i.e true,in the estimation a people than all t.;e bes-i.Us. Let buta pulse' beat
} in Monticcllo ,
on Saturday according Trustees the certificate and therefore sulistauec betour and fitted
9 Iel may grant more more to betaken
of the friends v f the Compiny, who proposed this and it U almost felt from end of the From thr A**oeiatcl Prer"LATrlR .
t i '; announcement and fIUle in the adoption eta I there ie every reason to expert that no further r..r"rt'ncf'.lInd it matters, not w hieh born of the up as tot ] by the remote of plant instantly one : FROM ErfvOPlI! -ARRIVAL OF THE
luLtito the other. Let the I .iuks -
recolutSou, by a mall nuijoritj". submitting the mat trouble vjill be expcrienceel em that point. We be. dilemma they tike. 'ovv the first acid most bvion Lent-fit to b* derived I i>te p payment

1 ter to the vot.r u county at the fall. lection. Here the application was made originally to that Our friend e>f the Press is mistaken in ascribingto by time pulverization of the .toil i i., that it and n panit, as like: ,the figure of gaunt fam i! ANGILOSAXON.QtEmhc. .

The M-topay the debt in three annual all the the friends of the Florida Railroad I inc. seizes tIelIOI- coantry. Let a man be mime {
: proposition gentleman by Trustees, with the exception Company time aTods( score to thr roots of plant Without an

1i4 is.lmenu. beginning with the year 1S60. The or the Attorney General the motion to deco coming oricin of thr reference. We do rr t think that regard abundance of roots a ,but cannt-t IT vi Jtiylo $arvn,

. T meeting was moderate i in numbers considering the from the State Treasurer and be-ingenstainci by the fur the speciil interests of that Company or healthy. As they take l.p the ( yon' cotfee, fanned j I Iby Cnptain I-.L! NTI.\E, has arrived with dntrs from

L importance of the question but quite interesting Governor the Comptroller and the State Register. I opposition thereto had anything to do with the the growth of the plant it is clear that the 1 the perfumed breves of }cur flowery land.- j I Liver-ioolto to uVedas-olity. April ST. -
[ Livrti-ooT Corrox Masker Arui. 2&-Tlme sales
It i is Nor i ii ,
a jreatTity. that I
& I I in the discussion the proposition elicited. I I(0S Whatever opinions, therefore may hATe been previously I matter either in originating the motion to refer or I tity taken rp depends not alone Ipc.n thr ipaatity I] which greatness I->r the two days imi up VOoobuh, which sprcu-
There han
tipuien-e iuteUoc-
1i tons, in view of the opposition to the measure un entertained by the individual membrrs, cf in influencing the votes of the Trustee The movement in the Foil but also upon the number rf aborbinc, ,imparts j J liters aol] exporters have taken 2iMie.bes! the marI -

1 i questionably existing among a large portion of the the Board against the right of the majority to give came from the Treasurer (Mr. Austin,) and i fit l'tiTle roots of the pantA! we cultivate tomfo..l i:' bill and artistic vimr which you find nowhere elsr j 1 I tot ( sing cads-i-, but unchanged ; Middling Orleans

I, 'people of the county that it \0.1. be bet to the certificate of guarantee may now be consistently was seconded by the Governor the RtgiMcrand I! and rnimcnt cannot penetrate compact, nn- ', in tiiis country. Great enterprises are conceived 7J ; MtiMlV-ij: Upl.ui 6J. Dther circblar quote
] and earrie.l out. Witness the Atlantic Cable which a tleelinr of ae-eigth of a penny, and say that the
j 1 abandon it, and .we should tdtise were we a ly cheerfully yielded and it is for this reason the 'oOll'troll..r-lr. Papy, Attorney General
; i citizen-of J fe chiefly that we indulge the hope of being able at posing it We should hav preferred the reference, vigorous prow'ih. ; though a temporary failure, is yet in a not IT amij ,Suit OK Tr.soF-Thme accounts from Manchester

p --. I The next and crest sfriking n.h..r.e rc- .1illz i better sense a <-otn*.!Icte triumph. Witness the recent arttmnfmtmrai he', with little fir amil
no distant day to announce the matter as settled.Stockholder' along with the Pret\o, a lawyer in OUT own enquiry goods
t Ok. *' D'Want Itn AM." from the pulverizatio-i the, mil U in the propernJuiiVion Astronomical t Observatory nW\'eDl'nt. whichpttcpflst.s prices weak.
-- -- State, but wt' the Trustees thought that the
suppese into it t.f air *
Whether .neeocraoyofnoiwa"nayornmayI i water anil heat. The j.rr- '; to t'/lie two Hundred thoti-and dollar to X>\DO- Money MABKLT.-Consols wrre quoted
not .want the aid of the enli"tl in the coming "ectln!. opinion eta gentleman in r.o way connectvd with senecofaJr. inoiMiire and heat i is ints1'cmusahh-: on Wednesday afternoon at 919 The money

contest" is a matter, we about which The Stockholders f the Penencola & Georgia our unfortunate Railroad difficulties w-onLl e-arry that play of chemical aflimtii-s whii-h attend the I 1 put iuto opeiatiou. in the ne Central l Park, a ma- market wassli-rhtly more strim-vnt but active. It

the FloriJian .not .r.ehlnd.(nfl As its o,n Railroad met in thin city on Monday last The I with it more weight a* being lees liable to the imputation elt'ctJlIIl'"sition] of eirganic matter and which 13 ab- I j sifiem-mit]i irnnunirnt to the liberality of thij City, in was e-xptctcl thatthe Batik of blng'and! would advance

a orthodoxy does not stand above eutpicion had the chief business for which the Int'etingeon'nl'd was : of bias and and solutely nec<>s -ary for the ajecitand perfect eon j, thchhipeof: an Observatory for astronomical and the rates of interest
in this viewwe
1 reeeued is partiality; vision of them into the food e>f himom'. i LATEST Livtsroot Afernev-n.-Thi(
asked at -
to Wednesday
ftntintl ever Cur. it to act upon the anicndmect to the charter of the I | commercial p-trpo', second to none, h<\ nrt event
think the Pre**, after memient's reflection will In unbroken and uncukivatt-d soil
certain the it not dl.Dnel a a large share Cotton Market is irregular, and nil qualities hitvefliirhtly
very through thlt w
When the &nti tl pro.-H' it* aid, it will be time The amendment gives the right to build a fortunate one, as no gentleman stands higher, for e-ombinath-n with iron and aluniin.i. So, likewise, i given to .\1 t. too, i liberaL Surh: puintersnoo- I viiirttis are steady. Breadstuff of all qualities have

enough to reject it, and had the Hord.a in assura- branch road from Quincy or Tallahassee, or from and is a large pnrthm of iu ]>e>taU, time and soils in I Cimar4m amid Gi.iioux easily get 4.-11 prices for their I mIigimtly advancenl.
ripe experience than Mr. Law
I legal learning
little tjore courteous combination null silicic n..i.J in the t-liai-e of insoluble ; | GESERAL lM LunE>cE.-Tliere has be-en actual
for teens woik no -
Inc to speak thr State. ItS would be looked as j
some pont on the St. Marks[ Railroad to the Gulf upon good anywhere
and his opii.ion is unquestionably the result<>f can- "ilicat.So'hil< thus eo.i.laned their substances declaration of the crisis still
and leas bare been "pured war although con
I arrogant, we might on the f.tVer icicle f the
I > Atlantic. The demand
Mexico[ in the of the for
the pain ofUlling it, that the dog lu the uianjprtolicy county Franklin or adja"ept did.investigation, and therefore beyond the roach unavailable and u,li-<* .14 the fiMHl for i I (Untie A rumored alliance l><-t-vern Russia and

r J pursued by that paper docs not in the opinion .: bays harbors or rivers in or north of said of the slightest Eupicion of a desire to loan one plants. because they are not solubh* in water. lit J; better and hij-her toned be>ek? is on the increase.As .- Franco had created great excitement, and violent

of high in their ( up to county the terminus of said road to be hereafterleeatd however, this Soil Le1"1'11)1"1.1 ami fnilvcrireil. I this lakes place the yellow-covered literature fliutu. tiiiint (lie Liinet. n Exchange and the French
many confdept. "ll way or the other. This would not have been said- and I In! a magical change. UmKr! the influence of [ BOUMC. A French loan of five hundred
millions if
the standard of the central I Jown.
organ goes
of Florida. JfUorOtcI by Mid! Company. TIle amendment like. i l in all probability, had the reference been made to air heat and moUtiirc, timersis a p rfi-ct stainjie :
r. party 1"1'" want it" No! magnanimous! "Si'sgives the iig't! to build a road from the one of our own lawyers. amongst atom Chemical force which were before | fict.as-veftlili increases in the -ily.mfllllre It was rumored that Aimtria had given Sardinia -

;'i UV the .boy with a L IU1r Jiete' f.! -had no main line to the Georgia line in Hamilton county, ----- ._- qirie r
", /rimd and didn't want auv." The Floridian has east of the Alaj.ha river and a road from Quincy, Supreme Court an interchange and a new combination of elements the fine arts, which i i. manifesting itself in various I II t.ther account states that Sarelinia bits replied to

a party and nil the jwitronage of th Gadiden the JACKIOV Coi.vrr May 7, 183:;9.nr.rror.9 in the soil forming new compound, soluble in r.a\! Austria's ultimatum ; what that reply was is un
monoplil ia county, or its vicinity, to Georgialine water and in a high degree valuable as feitilizorp. I known. The Austrian
fiicndi to in a j are te
coiue troop expected >ero*
guvcrnment CI
I share of the fpoiln. the Floridia in said county of Gadsden," provided the ss- rDnfl. -The name' of Gen. JonS- Mit Tox, a storehouse food has been unlocked ; tInt, which, !!' As my only dee;gn i i.-to give you sonic of the) 5mpirMom the licino at any raomut On the otter bass]. It

'I I "They tl resist it.Tat'l conU-nt with what the Bent If time several Railroad Companies having a oftimis County, has lately been proposed bv some was e.ut of reach has been made aC<-illt'. Thu ': vvl.'uh our Metri'polis makes upon the is reported that Austria has agreed to another pro-

'l custom usage party entitle it. the JiluiiaJ right to ol ject by the provisions of the Internal of his numerous friends in this "section a* a suitable for unite example with ,the the oxygen of the air seeks out and I ) miixl of a novice like myself, I have not attempted pot el mediation. Great warlike activity prevails

OlinI Jlf. .a'V for more." Its I thing t I improvement be first obtained. After discussion person to fill the oflicc of Associate Justice of the sulphur! and carton in the .i1. : to write you tiu--li e.f a news letter. True, there throughout France. The Corps Legislalif met at
forming respectivesulphuric amid e-ir-mnic: aciiaThese .
I; have a nt Court Hut law i i" l:. and sn Tuesday, April 26, to receive the Govetfnieut -
Ii justioelejnstketn some countri-*. if ntin Honda. the amendatory act was unanimously accepted by Supreme Court f'r"frt Florida, at the enduing in their! turn d-lodge time -ilk-ic atM and I j are thousands of interesting topics cngro.sing pub- statement. In it Count WALCWKJ throw all

' ,3:i : Enough said between !ntl
't' : 10O. I A communication was received from Judge ofthe law for more than twenty-five years.- and therefore, which valueles bt-fore existed n* intilublr silicates ,j i for d..zeu. of Mteis. but the papers give them. I pent for one year is to bo raised to one hundred
I thus
are trltn1\r.'mlt. in'o |
J This i cur nr cle last boon after his admission to the bar in Georgia, his : Thecemirg me'nth and forty thousand men. England, Russia, and
'. !! our ix'iglibor'sTejdindcrto G wynn, on the part of the County Commissionersof tho e soluble and fertilizing omits this tulphntcs and j j promises an unusual treat to Prussia have all protested against the course -

I I week on "The Ro ival of the \\ big 1'lrJ. I the Leon County, stating that he was author I nativeState, lie removed to New Orleans, where he carbonates ollhn bases. .Again during, time dceavof I tV strr.nger. It is th great anuiver-ary month I by Austria. An offensive and defensive pursued alliance

, ,. p reader can conveniently .turn to tilt artice. let izcd to pay over the Bonds of the County for the acquired a large and lucrative practice. lIe wns vegetable matter in the .U, which i* il.ui: | ro > .1I1r t.l L'u-li multitudes of all sorts of societies I between Grance and Rus ni is reported aa

Pt him do *o, terl. L)' way of seeing what a matterly subscription to the Road West of Tallahassee pro also at the same time member of the bar. He I the moted union by its pulverization, nitric\ nd.t I i is l\rl'o,11.\' hull their jeariy celebrations. There will be the I hiving bet-n concluded on the 26th of April and
I ofo-g" and lw
((1)) reply snakes to M tided the will which was then considered as one of the best jury ]lawyers Ilitrl'lon. ThUaeld usual hid caused great excitement The British Cliaanel -
Is .Ot1tiNt' Company receive them at par I Jias a strong afljuity for the AlfcaHnt- base and form( sim/tat of fvaiming! and letting off of tasi !, fleet hnd sailed with BCfllc-1 orders reported
I It would seem that it i*utterly) toposriblc for our 1 communication was referred to the Board of Dircc- j in the Sooth ; he Mill sustains this reputation &sI valuable fertilizers Iar.d maybe some I'rdt'I"lrW di.-putesinto whicli boom fvr the Adriatic. It is rumored that the

'tlmprr to lose sight of .tl
appears think ta, all political tontc
carried ..' end iu a strife for .the plunders! re ult. a prrfectinir and preparation of food f r the trrwl-atthe UI'J' *hiun say abo it doing so. But with dictatorial power. The German Diet has do-
are on lIe ha for the defence in
I almost
t time expressing the opinion that the Company appeared every growth of plant Thus, hy the agency of the, plow the general jubilee is anticipated however likeillsmIeon's ciibd to lesip the principal federal contingent

Such a thing .a struggle for rintifl la D place ought not to lose the discount on which the Bonds important criminal trial which has occurred in this chemical affinities are developrd and made active sprirg ehower by some "prelusive I ready to march in aid of the federal forts.

i Iiis idea of party organization. It is all .oiTice" nay be sold and appealing to the sense of justice and the adjoining counties during the last fifteen which before were dormant rendering: available a* ;i drops." While. I write there is a most important i I I The steam ships Alp, Kangaroo and Sara fto--

A .anJ 'Jn.'rns" end "cce." Tlicie seem cf the County toe make up the loot by an abatementin years. Whenever the poor or oppressed are to be food for plants elements which we-rr in an itisohuhmleshape I I 1'onvention now in session hert It derive* its im- Lien have all arrived nt UprrpooT.sECO .
I and therefore perfectly valueBut! notonly portance from i iti! national character and Its truly [ >D DRPATCTtJ
rto eo.tt alpL*nJ omega-the beginning. the stock held by the County equal to the.tnount defended or their rights asserted he is at all times is the food already existing in the oil mailsmoore l commendable" J.-sign.5 I refer to the, (Quarantine and I II I The French Lenntvnn have been ordered to
and cd-with him. AuJ ) (descending to of loss that be ready and willing to coma to their assistance, and I available quilt
h. 'et may (Uatain d. This resolution is I by pulverization thr amount i is Sanitary Convention. This ii the third annual I i I Vienna at an early elay. The Austrian has
Jillne since 1 trill talk! about such things) with important in this-It settles the question about dis- TIle Very writer often I without this article any has hope often of heard compcDl'him; tion-while actually increased. The air confined between the { meeting of this auociation. Its last session was in I| crossed the river Tie-iuo. A dh-patch from Turin

:ha Ce. cap th editor sniffle" aut! Democratic count. The bond of Leon are to be received tt par adiire-siumgj\tries, give utterance thoughts,which {with articles of soil is decomposed, its nitrogen uniting | Baltimore where its objects I elicIted such an appre- j' Kiys that the King will proceed to Alesxandria
the hydrogen of the water forms ammonia, dative interest tluit its originators widened the I'
, claims j I immediately after the 7th with his staff and take
lla the &*iii>ul any upon for the balance due on the County's subscription.- would have beta no discredit to a .Phillips or a while its as forms : ,
stated its fiu
Jtrong oxygen. already respective c sphere > primary purpose Its design roew is command of the in Rum has mobilized -
I army person.
j, Dlorti JJ Has it ever Labored t That much i* fixed beyond cavil-tli* matter about I G rattan.Hi intellectual accomplishments and fine acids with sulphur, pho phoron", carbon i to procure information and discuss plans for the I four ctrps d'annce, two of which will ad-

C promote the ae( lit plciplu-ayt haa it abating the quantity of Stock held II another thing. I rest the firm foundation of judgment I -tc. Again rain water is a condenser and solventof more complete protection of our maritime cities I towards Austria and towards Prussia. The London

.vsr J>lt.one throb o a 1 On : The Commiss:.ners may or may cot assent to it.- I good sense. upon His mind is not so deep as expansive vigorous carbonic. arid When gas land which I well always exists in the atmosphere. from time leeirnatii3 ravages of tropical epidemics, Time says that the Russian and French alliance b
pulverized such as the Yellow Fever and .taiaticCholers. In
S the ostrary, has it D toiled, early and late,.te I The Board has very wisely and we think prwdeatly his grasp of subject is not so strong as broad. He is immediately carried to the root of our crops add gns this present meeting a vast deal of scientific and most whole startling state of,affairs.and has The changed Paris id Patrie a moment that the

tm .argiu 0 the o Whig party and kter as the e itral <- left the determination of the question altogetherwith is emphatically>tile, orator of common sense and Contribute to" their growth But when the landis 'i professional intelligence Is concentrated. Here are I Emperor and Prince Ifxi-dLro-f would My leave

It of that most of all the popular loriucl, elose and compact the rain water will remainnear men of Jrnrk from all parts"of oar Union.
prutcriptire and while
mouth-piece or County ; we are perfectly sat IlLs long experience as a lawyer-his sound judgment at its surface and 1, common on Wednesday, April it, to join the army.
$ ganicatioos, the Know Nothing party, t breakdown jAfied that the Commissioners will not fevl at liber learning and ability besides ether- sterling pated.or the gums soon be dist-i- I observe with pride the presence of some creditsblsvepfttcntatlres j m The London Post complain that te policy of Engt -

and utterly destroy the Democracy ,Nay t v assent to the suggestion it is to be hoped that the qualities fit him in an eminent degree; for the of Another great advantage h glowing crop" oV i, number I: noticed ll'l'Or.from John the Darby South.of Ala.Among, who is land drove France into an alliance whh Jhuaeis.A .-
..more-Is it not-even. BOW..finding thai it* last bant, Company will not suffer much inconvenience in timeway face of Judge He has been long and favorably tamed from pulverization is, tutu U increase* the in attendance at solicitation of Dr. Van Bibberif I Genoa dispatch have Vienna tldlaled says that neutral French troops at
known throughout the State, and i if M will already territory by
ling the party xif-oaUi. sad grips, clinks in the of loss in consequence consent capillary attraction or sponge like property e>f Baltimore. Chiiman C the Committee on Di'in- entering the confine of Sardinia. The Imperial
that his name should be used in connexion with the '
I' jkustrili of the people, clamorous toe A.revival of Th t action of the Board in regard to the Bonds office of Associate Justice, he will no doubt rt'Ct'i'l"eI I soils form whereby greater in quantity moisture and is of longer Juratlon.ow. more uni-. fe tants.attention ProC Darby you know, is attracting j Guard of France have taco plaeedon a war fooling.

Ah.. Whig Party! "The flariduut ha*a party and of Leon may be considered as settling any question the cordial support of many voters. As a good citizen i water is not only necessary as such lo the- I tint great covfrifj.to winch 9tne exceedingly he claims to valuable have mailson freier. have It is reported that the Fre-nth Mlcl-trt <-f Marine

monopolize the patronage the I can h. refuse his friends the use of hi* name 1 of 1.laDtbut it is essential forbidden the departure of many more boats
H hereafter growth
that eta similar to thc-v this
G 0 "Crpmt nosy siIse, character pro-iucr subject His labors in that direction have for the
pro | deep si-a CiJierie This order U given
learn that it is the wish of of the
I some friends
.Md want* to-come- in for a of tb. with > to the Bonds of Jefferson I chemical which make available as nuiriruent i dutcd the OmIst. disinfecting
n .h. ro and Mad-
lieo pect I of Gen. Milton that he should not be brought forward for f"'ft'ct agent ever j preparatory the enrolling of'heir crew is tine
vegetable the constituent elementsofthe
S .b. That's tU Koridianf Rather say that's ison. as A candidate for a seat on the Sl.ipruveI I soil. growth i| known, excelling: even time famous discove-: i Frene.h navy. The question of a French regency

cft.henodsstyandgratittide of the Seni Binch but that desire I i ry of Lubamque. The learned .Trtftisor'a views I has been agitated, and Prince Jerome and (be Empeed -
to his
No action taken they
; 4 'pemeu was by-the meeting on the subject present name to Here, I may remark we have an uJ. lnati''n (.f niadrt profound impression the members

,giw2 i with ita.mouth full of a big piece o pie." of locating the road at White Bluff Alligator the Legislature of I860 as a candidate to the officeof I a fact well known to all planters, that' a 'reI'grown th" Convention. I am glad upon the South can lay of ofiee.Eurrrtiift'lire MoKittvr are spokvn mckee of itt th ccpcex- ffh-fcrl U. Si Senator. la
either station he would
t oaoixaoasly VeUoweJ it by a Democratic reflect I on land wbich has been deeply plowed suffers a claim to the honor of the .
i .. zoAf JMMI Harbor or any other point on the Gulf as authorized credit upon the State, and give entire satisfaction I l. discovery.But :-Marshal MASSA.- will command the army
greatdeal injury continued drouth than
L&ce, who the fleri&on cculi have "monopo- by the amended charter. to time eoplf.. WEsT FLORIDA. otherwise I have already wearied yon and I must beg of Paris ; Mainhal Pius-sixa, the army of Obaervation -
one planted lathe former, moisture i to believe
you me, Truly, Ac., X. ; Marsha! CASTttiArr, the amy of Ljis.l


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Alps; ?Iip haiMcMAiiov. the
tlif tlnrJ 'IsriJml NIIL: tlu fojnli ; IVurcAI w. I.. ? SPRING GOODS I ,,
will roinrrmixl OllUfpte, Kir HMNKL'V A BriNtH critic ; f Supply of I Rock Pinjton & Lever Press Spring Styles.
"'Ito tl I O'ij J < f 11oie! .<..I1..NlI .kJiM.oN ill! Iof'\ tic }L.j.... (fiural of For Cmprsib.totto-ti --I f8nb*'r xr! aYe DOW cpci ITS IheiJ SPRING
Jolin G rettu, of the former ;Uitv and Hay. Tn
i IarineHokpital.
Il the lirgKt awl bt assorted
tin) nimThotiite ill tho Clul1nl.,1" for the ill t ST nrcrn'JJ.G OUR STOCK OF CCOD&J&Of is
renting'of the Kinrf SnrJinia vitli the I)icttorrliip VsrrrJ! ; In New Tort FlorId by U they hive ever offered for ile in Spv.pgIt .

R4 110 u lj. ..Inu!lmn .nofl'"If.JcUI| J.oi1itiui Andmuin; Mr. AMLXL A. t-rFMLI. end Ml. i :TQiIGE IS HEEiV.Y GIVEN, tL-t .aVl! Pro PVIENTED 1838. cO5htaTLG or I consists of the usual ri"1' We name S few
. ) rru-i i .ortII! BKIDE. doglitrr of the late n.". Darid Me .i' 'Goods I article oath dparowi.ir will ly happy to
tn\<" ti l va( pre ioi\f\ Ii f,'rincO c.f .\I1C- I I-l t, ac.;I'm pa med by nt-oHr| guaranty. ---- JCry ; HI
It a'II d,'n'ac<'. tIj]<'n '..Iin'a. IIn.1 Mill tlerrfuie) BrtJe firmrrlfff Cadi."l ln muuiyIlfttl5.. I ic('(.Tiirm to foiiits to Le furniJie vn : ,l,aw. c.r till all or any J-B t.: the same to t.ur old

!'e fj.thfuL: The I until <.f .\u'tl ia anl l'iu->.iii is I ._ _. ___ this Hue, i*ill bo r. 1'laitrrv. ond oil rthcrs ir'f's't',1. ( :' ES .I.\.D JI.A.RDWAR1; fmnda and the public ;a t

1..1(yr. I m tiJiltn first 3v_U\ in :1" -- DRY GOODS.I
on tIle JUS
SIJbl ie- '1. r Hats Boots Shoes &c.
., U IS indirful Plf s. hull I 11A" H'Cfllth" b I
n __ f r-i M.h' .f the ', ;(n ,
< IVKnLIW'bPll\L lit the I nof I. nnd ; heavy ."cllil": Osnabtirga. ly the bale. piece o*
TILL IATI:P.rn AT. OF Til I' -- --_----. ---- I :t. )1111'1" fin:, with U, ::rtitlct 1'rovisni ]itiiiVtl. cipubletif prssiIIr c'r CoflhI40s-| t BOND & ('0. .I yard Stripes. Fiaid an.1 Pr.Lts. f,'r servatiM wesr ;

POnT OF ,T. iA HJ\S. Meltlnr: .te.., cin ADELA IDE- ft.t up ". id IHJW fltretl fir I'
_. et'm..pt j
JL :titicv rtattd aie ostiiLkUd 1\ jIlt rtft'ro> tttic pde! -- -- -- large nmrtrornt ol L i.u: Goods.! Drills, Duck s.
to l.bIHf'I'' an !I.tliers nintimjnlher! lodiskica!.
usual mmb'r of 1'atietU m the llu !I.ut : 1 Ch t'1t. 4c Ac. Ac Cottonad Demms
Tl.uiter Linen ,
PR1U). prtal. (..unty or State Ili;l.I*. lln 1'r< ** is {i"ol..lI!lbyi For Sale *. -
Collon Drcllind' 1-1 l t""n to take Bed
uclit ir r< Marlboro Stripe, Sheetings. Shirtings.
: ,"\!lr racks .) bit tworetoluli .
Arnl :11. IIU.HII,
II V requiring
'I'VF S.I6t'ir 1vniiagtvn, 4lLau>&. NvwY(411 or 1".1 l said artlcbs. nccor,in>el\ n* they mAI I < |. 1'.laI 11. Sap Sago. Chevse:FL4.tsa..C'rllck- | Ticks Cahcorn, I urwture.. Prints IIUJ Check
M CIIEJ-TKE AUVirO .1% ry!\VC. "rltli! In Ice C"ClI'.aU 114 to p.uk .r iuprts Ljlistf cotton weighing KOCK
attiillx r"- ]uire.l. If the irtic'eildirerid! at theIdtpitnl Mackerel by BOND & CO.
29.-I". >. null Uruiu r <,aln.s.C'n. (tttfIJ Icy f r..vu "O to HOi) |B'und -the! tuner given lo llKM" GOODS FOR THE LADIES.
are not. In tile 'dtn'tJ oft I. Phroieiin Llord, April 2. lf>9. U-tf
c.-ssnu vJ4tg7D: TO SI:) .v i>0. \Vvft. left taiiw Lij tir X. Uilmo! ). uf th) Iput ) ji! ; I lr ("'tll.c'gr" fillrs .\S tor sjn-cdnn I poner, 1'n; : and figjreJ Limn Mtnlioc.Or .
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, (ItIoit.an.1 aili1tt.l to the ]linepial. \lie -- -- --- -- I
-- May &. Muil h-aI..t | it a>"U any' oilier hoW in the v ,. Tho ..ndie and Jao ntt Robes -
lJ.ft1 bifuantM-e. fiijui tow Or.lay "ill Lie ntlibiit\ r. the Mine to iirJa' iri' pitrs f_) lO, Jaxa and Laguiru Ct.f<.<', fir t--i.r by '
"f L'urrJ. I: :, 1I"'ft ll lean.:lilt lUlc fur K<'\ U c.ti ,i "lt< nrtiIc ln thi.ir "It 11.1. tu"II.. t.'ItAr l .'|'the C"I.en -I :advnt! ix O' <,f this i [i-is* are unu-rous It u ..:'j>:'u ;I J \j BOND t CO I e"utfl1l; Fren-ti Clmft' -orr's.fn ,Jijf 9 .

-'- (' .f;. wh ,. ill c.n truclKii ca.ly put Ip.: lutl rot liable to KI.Iuit I UodAjIttl.lp5. 14-tf I Prirtcfi Lawn, and Mudm, -
War Commenced. AIFI: >, tractor any cxr In -t flt"'r t'. if'ntr;'ctpi ] '
Virtually uf r\'lloIir. n. cf the ,th. I fc;ul. arid otL .:
; any r jrta-ei.f oii !r style G.ng u1U.
Mill .
'I.I.ri1 n. r !'. () ,..". .w \ewOrlraitn. if<* -
.. The n.m eastings f\cluirc,1 1 will u,,t Oval : X" AILS AM "'ON. f,.r *al J" br I F.;glitli Prints. s!>lne rrattv fctifJ. : *.
) T. (lrd. N. fl >'.:> 9 -TIlb );. i4.ftiit1,. .tj).. nvith 107 I Ll)<-. rpta.| turjxtiftw 21S! ll.l.! i The"Iitt'.ltlI.1$ ri"=rrre thv r:,)ht trt r e<-'I.L) than $40 *O. \ bOND A I .'Ic.I.tluetille.N' :.
iit'Ct : or ; .ktiy mt.ji.ii (UI't'lItt'II.l11Cd CO.LI. :5kJ.r.t. (great if true)
lIiJ" J *> ;al"rii} Lii.e l IoU niiiv<.I. ..1! LjrdItigraj4 ; rlllbU. r>M4a wd tit 1.11I, tic prop"iatle f'r i the whole <,r IT'3 j'orti..ntftlic tl. t.n; iM-r 111111 1 d a:1:1 the ., I i mill
wood Do
4att. ioii Max' 2.-Bn-r: (..n iIIIIV., X".w, '..,.. al'liIlI-, .rt'df..t 1 rti e : > n .k. and Arrill, lf5J )-!f Eapinsion Coronation

Lht'rpsul tu \t.-u ;'I/til. nb"7!il I 1..1] < ..i..ti. 11 C'IC.'.' tila.'e... l I at.l. !.. .I .\. T;. \"OY'L'. f.JWto-. IH>I nt the 1.ktuter lifirc :hit *100 I I Einhmderrd Colku.

... I luil. tn.l ;:14 : ii eslui,iliou at the 1 / \ 'X.\ c r.-os. bhtetmgand.S'urtm! ?, t'f.fate? !I I Linen Cauibiic nod Lawn HnmJkirch: '. HI.I I.\.fK
c1)I1zEI:4:I 1A7ZA1r171u.11 lij.k! : P,.t l Ti iIl1."n.1.Icr.! the put let: in*ited V / I." LOM&C(). I I..hc.us. 'lIrl\ ...JSbide! *. ). tt"u*. PntLuif,

r., jttnrlrt.. .-, 1"li. tftlrs of.Vttli .!\- Is P<'i -Ul'ior J:. 1tiiit.iuii: \ViIiati. ukJca 1 1n EXCURSION TRIP it> rail 1 _n l *'e it. lothivialua! County or State I Llo\\ Apnl 2. IPr?. 11-tf. I Tj*, Thr.-id. Vt.edle. Pino? tc..Af
r..: tIMJ. ." Ii.4! lit W2JIS (ot'Ctll. ._' ltgLt. 1I.m be ,iiiied of. -- -- --- -- 1

tfll'lt t4M4( 0. an.1 v4.tirtr-. .Cj, I.II.. .9 '1""li. TO CEDAR KEYS AND BACK. 11L.NUV: II A I. C. MIUDLIL mid Powder ('nn.y! and Lemon Syrup j HATS. -
tic lu.l Jet1hi 10' f n&iI ..-' ,1I1t lml jrr.' 11$ ir vl.t A.r eo.II..n to t.'r\. f1 j,'H1.. I TUG: M:nli2C.ifC?. J -h\ ShOT. ; IIuid Alcohol. Turptntioc. I V ti e aal'urhllt'nt. Click! (.Is im -r., Srotke MCIIIH1nrmIiCiM '.

sibsr .t' mis to lUr .li.j .K-ti.1.. in c"'Itin..nt.I.n'it". = Teas, Hiow. Loaf a:1 1 CubcJ Sujar. *. Paris Drib CitiI.roa,Iwxr. ,

f..ir < .rl..N-i ". f loMrlferV M "innrli HIttIll. I rr't.'fEI)" 7'J)} .\ I Shire the jjlwvp hfrtwetnert! tr-J : :- .1 'i.e Sn nil and Ad.i'u'iniiuc C.lel\ i J'Planter Anti'' e, -:mpirc. Leghorn. Cm
f* I t latnlrn-e. irr-c ,
fair t.iti1.: ; "n.1 1iHlh.: t !1.hbj4 tf.L 1'11" I Miter'I'I! ;!! i M:001 lliatumr
.to..k I. : 111.1 ill l.i".1..1 ..u 41.AIt.. .If whidl lor..4. Tubettlr It tOte r.'nfl.! -tul"., Hit, fl! Jdl!. r," -\ \ T'LL make nn .x.ii-i i In tup I.. Cur K\t rn !.\d. '\pil ?, 183'J. I 11-tf i anl tudbv ttbtrfCLOTHIXU.

;:c(1.4,, .. \w'rilII.. ale a ....in r ir.. fir dtujM-|'._ia an.1 1.!.<...I..' ..M- is I.> thel1ecI \ \ 1-n.lav! Cl!lIth iiit. I..a..illt; this ph oit daylihit'ttl I e.L'O c\CJt'H'I.II.1U.. -- -- Ar. -
a twlur.'C".f im"'I. oil 1 1'I 1 n II remoTe, tillt.o.rb.J I \\brn Mr. II.. fcUraJW JfHlUH.U.A uid bTPAtt i ,
c.itneticed HMS
S'.. .( r"-)1alKll4"t a.h-kc-tI "f1"c' 'rtfaatul St. Mitts Ixfore nry i j it tip :
loathe (rom iln .t"lIIn..b.I.II'.h. (lie 1 M.I.! sntrt-e. tntkinc the tun J bjck. Firckt-iniCoit cf lulnn! CJolb.i )
all ef ooJi hail .. .. | in |>art : I I.in..vl! a id! I'ID ton Presses ii, t'lic! mil : J f"f ask ly POND A (;0. I r..gTar.s. *, .
.onbk. $ e4 ljt.idii
44WUflK i.i.ii-a.Iy I r n vitalIty I" the ii.r ''i-> I :h'm. 1if that the :, 1II11:1: 'li-"ljt. f ret I K I'vs anj b::tK <10 All \I\'i-h. .Jc Ktu f-- .'.....Pnnrs.Pall .lea fran be*
.1 lOg 40 r
IiwIgwrnvs n" "1..1.1 .I 1 tnrnt'.f taiQrrc "n.J i F.ir'ny Leci Drill! ili'wri 1 > eooimjn
7tv (4' Mdt.-4Irea. Trni r < j I"'nrB. lit n- ul'*. la".' "..,:r".1 I ll.. |Ir..lrht-I.r.| II'hin I nijjl. l tforo. t > <'n<*i! Is.I'c nu,11,- .n I ;ind l. .. tLADDLCS auth L iJ't! ,. H"rucplt "f all liiN. f"r Overall \"..!r.. .l all 5'.lt". bur'i i trmlpr hirt*'.u.lPrjwtr
IiM traiK. .n<1 l>- I 'I fi*i:tr*. 'uotatKuwan'nom- I ..nn" "ul !.ro\" II sr" \:1 t .'1'I.. UK iflludin! iu'i.irt .\CiflTtttxi.tiiiii: Ii t tin I Keys. th.iu>:b I imted, wi'lIK Inilie i 1M'IIK? h m:ed liii )Vittert4 so nn to gn'e )H"- hail tMiar!
iI111 8D.J ttenr't i4w with a d.wu.ari| "'nand 1 \111.101\. tl. Hi.r., ..h MSI. inff pr(>Ti,I.-,! f"I':1 Ti:r" im'-'e! nmnWll I the Ufee .nry trtnlli,, utah Idwj xxei ut. He h;isjmt J sale by UO.N1 d: CO. ; : ry < i.rl6. fetmlK.Tievluu
..rail" -r:,i,'iu' hi In'allntihere.luahiI. UUJ. April !. 1- .:'. 14 tf (> atil loiket Ha ilk. NSIIOUS .
tIt1.( '. n..k.e.o the ..1 mere fJ.ucJIJ 1".1. ". the 'l\'lntlc'r! n til.f,l v''r.il!.!V tie trip will l II duf I noftllI'ft'J tilt. C>r ire \xitli lute Hcaxi.r Kack* .

tlif tiV un liatul IS&.'n LnJ..sL.INJ.I. -- I t .: r.'d rOm inv* to day! ,i:1:I the l-trol l II. y. and PiiHt** .lulnxi.ck'Mvi Mjfrtatri)eiMid) ,I li rp.tthan & BOOTS. .

JI_" !J.I-.slle.: ft' i' a "1. AMES & LIVELY New Port .1.1'I! *", >. ta .l acemup'i,he* fully v hit it M rtruniiiiendvd) t. i EW .eeeDsL A vtry Iinfe naMilinmehit tf tho 4eat nijke'.foi' .

TIle -ink of Kn?a..1 Lu akaiee4 ih l'a1..5 I/e dj- .1.. div; :u utdtr an. l.unl tin Joth Mirth. lsr>JVM .. fitiitViuen and the gt'ieuatkeaat1

tetnt to St J JlI 1"1' ''rIltE\ ( ) .\\I.E ,\ 'I' 1E'1'\11.\ I.I frJ Spring Millinery ,I JOJIX TOX. -- I.I I.L."r.I ,.knits iiiJ j>riv'". ri-inj

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ciE Et\I.: :..:\:. -1)1'11': i 1 -0- j Sun: o*' VIABW\ Curt", CC'I'\Tt. ) TRADE FOR 1859. HIKDUAUK, FANCY GOODS

..M'in.! .< !uf a! n.inl <.m;,t.i<.m...
Cit(i. \.. I Ian. 4.!...'..I the I rircr "in... II i' C'.h'iu; nt tIC] NLW 1.1 ILI>IV>. (.pppifi the \\i. tile tuJ'r.iu.1, I di IJ 'IL'y c"ltitLat: wi 1'Io.l/1' J'iJ\t; In'.1J I } i'.< WT sLSTJJL C1COCKFUV. GLASS WARE. .
rcpnrt..t dual tbe ,'r..in.' *>f tl,< 1 kin i. not I t'i I Ei:j eonfinn No; itttul Imro ". ..\\illiim Jiititttati.ti L'I.j nar'utr: PLuu,. tVj r ALSO1 -
di&l1y .J1.1uc.u1. \ 't S/'RLWl .1 xr. ,"" .!!J:1.1 ..ru.n.nf.J''h.lr --
althxm ilu r'niuh >eratK.114 t.f thi new.!'.tcnl0 tton Pics, jiteitt .1 1bv Look atthis: :
hI".I (* sr 1.r1h intorfataMttt. t Fill 1'.i17II' (Vcrrr; Aow
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. *. T. Hux-ian Frnx-U alliatw 5, .l.'ui..l. but the and ,ticunty i i. ti-t! it win d.i IIn,1 1 pC'rfi.rrn What tlaiint-d fur I IA\IMi tablMed HIT lii'irifts .n a CASh n .i
CIII..iJ..lIru".S'IC'. Duruin Flm I
Lon.!<. Time* t"ILIi.J..., llj t' ,_t....(If the' Tt..1 ii May 7. l>Z9.; Iti u f.:, {"$I'. (Ithputth awl! dtiril.ihtx" JJ. B\MS and nbm>.' th. OM. CKhDIF ,Sip inJ! Oils Icbai-co, t-nuff,1'1' nnihe arid I*. h -, .
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\r. n. tOWf.1XU.01. CAM Pr.ELL .I.tJl..r..f..rf'! OVb P1ICIY: M Ul I. I .
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ty *Li li tIUII a ,jr >*t p"HC* 'WI Ilie l IAet4. Ix: J Notice. .1f1'l'nt' l'I'C"I'I\'t .1 Sodue. i.tt.a
JLLk J. J. HAMILTON.I ) LIP: 1I\1 KFRU. -d I'Tir llnr .- ... stEtC5 I<
eluJlJ. Ona.,! at .i' lit tII' Jiaed t j S... in: .t..ucl .irt '.i1m.... nuu'. "4$(k "iof'raf. r,. I \ LLr| ons laxu-g tliinj* .r .I.'niantJifV. ltgai.FtI I \. M. I1l'II Jr'I.:. LEIA. : .. AN AMPLi: F,}!lMl NT FOU LONG a.< .n. JII filet. eTwiy tYIr.Hy wa-tet J 'uifunilv

TALLAHASSEE .F L& I the E"Iate.! \jy| M! 1-tlkel .kceiiM'J. Ute : C. M MARTIN. M P J
ATWTloN\r. la' 1J U::JJlI' \1':1.\:111-: : of Litoti county, Ar J heryir ntli/tx-d/ l',j'refill them i \\ ULTLRMlSCrDE, U. V. JOHNSON IIpl'r"'cII| I cRies 1 at theILovT'est ,\iI..t nL cIa tee wi'l: b* niid to sell na the usual

o' .. 1I'P4TII.T. 4 I: 1 I'II".. i'.,.. i .1 a I I. ..' :I t' 'I 1 I fn ,''l "ul'/i.y] | .f properly nullitnUtateil. .o the tnidarsigtied adiuiniHtrat W. C. M.VRA1T. JAS. C\MIJ.IILt: :. Cash IPrices. tina,. McS\GHil', OH3IO>D A CO. -
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tt .n, witluu tin tune i it 1.1 iI.-J! L\ .. 111! J. COMvl lrLI\ X"1-"I. A1ti1l1.|
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I \"I ) .tt.i'V t.f, ,.::1 1: 1 I."j'': I 10\' Dm 'My |j.i r thac.y.au .. .
J<.is.; \. l: Main.-la :.!.', .,. Vtb.. I It' barred : anl! nil those! luL.,.tcd urj iepaested! to -- IV:'iui sxh. hive; Neil in the h:il.it .,f '.rdinnir - -

>itt tflrt'rtiJ. .! '.tt myki w.' p Mt \f it i!L. f..1 i ..1.\ r/::.v. '-/f'I.LY"1 make 1 laviiKut ill..tucJ.l4t.r. .' I WJUre rUI"". .\uD.u'-.l tht-ir supplies front r\ew \",k ulI.j Vrw (Vicars "ill Spring & Summer '

...ill'I! | ; tli fn,a IViri'at! ..l on 'itnr afkltUi. ill ala at''.t ftiI: !' at. tin* r.tab! Liretit afu'1 : D.\M kL S'n ZCK, ..,''. larch! 2Ztb, 185J }r ill) %vill: lo "'aniiie any block ber.>re (f.ing so. as I -
4II. "Tin' .\ ." Mip:"lx of e\orv tl in: IK oilt-d III .ur Iii>a and MIa ill 1 hinlas'I Kko' 1 t
W114.4.I.flI.| i\' : natt tiovpn Hay 7. 1RJO 1"-$wj Sir lrEVnv vnf cuItiaa..tly ketpoti !< heavy Dry ( ( ) ( :; !
Jihertil ifrnt an theY em U. baJ u S ntlurnVarltt __ 1,.\eroc**-! the lit inn. i:..I I c iinni'iK'<- Crdtm I'T Mail f+f .Nr-I tike plenfui ill nJ.li'l rev e-rtiI- j I IwLi.
Thu It (tJ!<<'uilrn.lrvliaU' J.t fxrHitm, on :aHirJ Notice.SIX : ne" tui all .,tl'i r (..w's\ r.qii ril m this mat ktt.
r, <'. ii$oli wnv I|1.t't :it f t'. !' v.'a :-fen/.I.t

Au-tiia "bd h..1 I a u: Ifli!i'1. ;bili ".t- tantIIOUI4t prrconalit laWh.1 Inr C'UIot"IJ1'r. la Ca4i an.1 M.n'l.. after tie fist pit:iratioa cr tlf n. : PIIIHHI i Lover Pn.t lo all xx'i' ) lilly "alit a Cut ton .r mil ti..t f,r tlc ('.,-b. or toj tr"lIIpt| JMIVIII.J IIHO a !I.n ,,. .of ."'/:).\(; ,klMMLK: 1.01'111.n;.

to c1..Ltr..i..II.f g.a.1 it flaIl! |.. I proript tane bryf'r" tre feel 'nfi.lmt in eatirj we tle v\l 1clim -11 wit |1"i-to rt tit the I I... i May Prrf 'IHT .1..1 l IIII.lllt l \xtr it aurptsses any -.. 'tic, I I
M-r; u JuJ'e f Piobitcof I. Lie fiu.il xx ill 'rl'c to pa) their" '' Kits cr git C nn ( ? 1"1'I (1 !tb"J' furti"hm I Kl< cf rerj cl 'clil'tio..
jreTJ auuIy J .-rt.I ltl,.it -h..I.J 1I.Un.-.1! Iro2I. | can cue lLiuirnre uti fjctKii. Our "5!OCK com- t on ciMirty arcwknt. I tiaiijt ul tLtk:nd I -xcr ""W. p. r at 'uth |Hri>Hlt during the year as 1 may ditircOrltrt ,I Yuthia Clothing. .
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a" r-n cf J. LnI _
onJ cn u0 u.to -rliiu, aid that tie main U.h pri-e_- ; D .\. )UDOOkT1 fn.Ji the t-ountrv-nill be iillc.J vith tare .
I Dr:.*. SoIT I v. Ton nccni, deceased, late of'aid: count, ccl J : .i lot" .. J. IL JOhNSON..1'I.I ." O-
woulJ Jo .. r n !hrS!lli < f \ $ri1. TIC 'Kur of UJe .. I'i T1 ) I truth, arid tteutjii, and the .... forwarded Ix tLc first
SirJima buj gt.cc t.jutn bio ann) at AIlcnHndru! :' )IIdjItOl"L.... t. be c'l.I.ITTLETO '\ : '. It: :;'. IS J or.p..rtuuitjr. A full upply) of UbcV and Colored Cloth.
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Tile Tv""n roiy I -lll..I..n the l.raud Iukctt. C1TC'mi..l Ihittr. WHITE, \drnr --- Black 111111 I l.iucr Spiiu Ci.saime-r'-s,
in Iltuuicnt mil !\ lare l" {tilIt T. )'ui-niri,! Iluid.PainU May '. 18:9. )91. ;" .All .lMff\AV/\rHHOl/ aud Mnrseillt \ .
Joan I.'taue < \>r ncain t 1 i 1.------- -- ._-, 1w 1 GOUDSI I IA NEW GOODS! Sill. cttin:,
\U\aia. Tb. dratil DuVedt linod.aix] jjIIL\ T tr Cuntpbin OTTO LANGE 1 --Cl---- Pink Drab Dcta. .\lpacia. Arabian Olatc.

rant lit dtclarr-1 ill Uror *.f a n.ilital'' di<'t:itrr :, Oil, GU s '..Vare.lit -J. NEW GOODS White, Brown and Fancy Dnlliii *,; .

.1Iii'| Tl*, hlvft i.t4t1.t4.! *i"<'n ViaM-o, r..1'thllt Iaie s.. I lnlll ,. 4u1.s.. \TF ire now rrcristir! our Slo .l. offcl Si'IlNG ok Durk and Plain Linen %

tli* gICDt.1t u .t ,Min iiihtarx' I.IM! u\jl '1 Tooth :ttI Ilair' Mjuutaeinrcil 1\ilncco. WTATCIIiAKER > > DIII:U OOOLS. which wc mil sill Flg Cv\\'u. Grev and BlacL Silk mixed opriug Coatings -

]'rrn.li. n-o. i in";" 1!',u'lubout tli; JJI1'|.irI ,.. I
_i'bttluii,. nd rtioli Ic tn''j-* ..'n' ('tec..1 IK Pana Ri'iea, i i Fine Haxana :<;lIr,. And Je-welor, ill lOts K.bes anf which uc ar- prepared t> ronnufjctur
I e in Italy r the -lIch of A)'nL It u.,. i<1..rt..111I.t t.'iea1 "lruntr1b. .' Medicine l'1tfU iI\TICLLU>. FLU I j P1I .isfolloas: I promptly iu the best and mtst (lIfl.iona'maGot'r.' .
I I and durable Stx'I l.. and <'f Fabrics from the Lue>t
'tJJn..rk aid. I. .race bud 10iCI&1J1J! a'i
)ive tad d..r""toi .It. The I'Jltj, B.- '6.4i.efl "v: MINLs 4 I:I: \M n:!-t> xrntnytt.COO .. 1 \ \ die and Last FI"rida that he d..ij.,11. u..in! ? ;I n,. ill Pric from 75 i.uls to 70 dollarcdrt d CLARK.
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1''IItl' (Jt<'I it. J. :ut I. .- o tIa. tJ..1 ,I.t.... -..tO- : orc-v-.Diinl: ". it. tI.rntih thc -..U.ns .f Co9a.tnf..r Piiutlc Skirt bil:. Grtuidine. K I 1 fll.J .
1.1IhAII1: $ <>i.ti; :7th lilt. tl.. ...'...h} h1l.4t.\.. i tIe tif do; oik tic above 'line I Ilolw a .kiz" StU, : ')uble bkrts I I -
I jurjX'Je n/ ant in ')
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OUNCES SULPH I iI1' rgaodel.
.lil.d _. < .dr' QUININE. L/>t i>j\i J.'rt* f:ilk. | j.at liaxaJe.c! %
| |i. I") nt. lIt) i, it uwy be ciU l1..tl..1 1 to 1 I.13 ear.'_ (Mimnifr Silks, Muslins HAYWAED & SON
the SStb rl-win* at (.* ,". V .ililr .1.| ..)i.'i,> I). H .tMl. \L U\"ELY.MJ -ALSh-- Ducble JupcOr jdici, :Double bkirt Jacoi els, I J'irmiu Silks. Cambric* .
are ill |I'r.'{::' *> ::.*-..:!111.T ':,..Iu..1 I aid ?rat .. Y 14, Ibj?. J tJCongress) .\ f n.' L*.( <.f J..wrl. x', wl.j.::.. I wi'l: VU t! thr low I n Stitt |RobcaL.izc. ; BnlliauU I' Cloths, M.->tillcs Pnuttd .ineu. I 3i.kKE rjcatare in mviimg the "Itc"tion' IhI
t"'h i \' |.rmu.!. ai \. <>- lV.i;. b--tl.. .lot d:. ':.1.:t. .l pj sib'e |I" il"cf. I Cmpatuhie( R.lo a Laizc, Li lix! 'III..c to I 'jue I I Trade gHif. rallj 1.1 their rTtensiieur t Ti|. ..-

1 9 o. .:..:. fxttal' 'di-lt! .I...unrI I I"i\'. Water. 71.' l.'Lj .tf, .,." ", ;: ?. i. 1 I P.l.c MB'CIIUIO, :n..uble l :knt UII' /1'1 Heavy Dry
bee bltl1.", v1 ..i4%<:\ ti.a |"< and tut.n:tw>u-> ofrtutiir \ iI :T.'. l'i' 1':1.1 i 'I Alinnln jle\L.i1.e"' ;| I tnh1'D
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., t-r.IMI u< n.f |I'\. I.AIIU,ii. b '. uu,tticnttltt i-\\ 6' A'JI-S: A LI\FLY OintU UllLLMUK! DI-tTILLLUl. Mantillas by le B :le i.:me or \ard : C.' 'priing ererythmr mushy soul inllii I rraikt.

I I..k t. b tli'Ut.ii h'd.. \\:ir |"n.mit.ri" wi.10 t1 II" rnli .t.y'J.I, 1!5!. !O i 13 BURLING SLIP I I f C..ttona
.!... ... I. ..:ia: .;irtl '. "1.- l.alli..t L.n LUID, i \\ATniirfnrrr.: NFtt \ OIIK.THOMATTETTS I EMBROIDERIES, LACES, RIBBONS, SO,'. : bl heet l.gt. __ --).---

.:..a L.. 'e U gTt&. t&4U.L( IyI\. iutn tetl I t CA1v1PrIENEIi -ral- oidered Ct>llar i Ud. .l>'n Tiimm Collirs I ILcbroidered Hats & Cap : *

.""Op"rl: }. Ibc .Li.. I...." tw.e Uw.1'f't..1 lurc' Skirts, I Indies and Mnses Sett, I I Mantillas & Shawls
K K O S IIV: K A, 14.iC> OIL S. I Latest fci'111,5 Stjl-M..ItAmlIaUfur iWiQ .
\ .. "a- ar.. ".. c. \4kt.J. .. id.Mh .' itt. .
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and MI-HCS Fnil
I Ladies
I hlaridkcrctii-fi! Y MenBeebes
Fur *il* by AMES .t LI\'t Ll Y.AY .' ): : //i all the late :Styles >on? .
fmr 1.wi.IrrJ I
\.1.. gwevt. I l ardITVM 1) i 14. Ibj 1. .0 : IH! 'rll.l.l 01C irsrille! Coiharc'hite 1 and colored, Latest M..ItlkiunJ Cmaimrre Hat.

*f life H uiiL v.n. _. --- ---- ------ I .VMl'IILMI! : : \ !/:
Montvale \Io 1:1II'ITllt'llIr. r ail !)-'<'r in the f..II"1II1- article Etigogs l J JII c'rtin"'s.- I Paul Murphy Cap',
JAmcT.4tlALtLi..i Springs Tenn. Real Linen &. HATS AM CAI'S.BOOTS of
!. nil of the pure t q':.dit/ rtd at the lowed i i iI Also a variety Pninuii Leghorn and Straw
)1 1I".- N |.'. */ 'tilth. t. .I.a\' a \ niMket price : Tassels ti L Girdles f.'r Trimming Hiqut, SHOES \XD\ ( LOTIinG. Hats Ladies Riding Lfuta Trimmed La.

1Gw.. 1..10. at a .I..tltae of J t.' t that MiI1IUIttL Fancy Dress Trim:niny, B<'nnet Uibboi.4Kuban I j dies and Mi:ses Blonmera and Flxtf
.' 111" 113 ..1"- : I1fTRTI.\'ii FL Ill), I D il.ia); h.incy .t lam Hell Ribn, I Plantation Goods. Canada Straw and other Plaota!

JlrtEIU, M.\' 1ft,_Sil",< of eo.(.41 teIII(" SOU Owners end Pn.piiei.-*. Sj.ml* Tnrprn?. 'ir. Pitch. Kom Soft, luk \bite Fl'ltlttir..1 : (ion Negro Hats.
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Lalo' ; 1.U1iztt* noniitalK$ I2.} hal" tbr.; ,1\\t -ALSO- I Hard and \ enirn Turp .ntinc. Coal Tar. vhoc aod ;e Trimming liI.I"'II.:1, I ; Just received and fur ala I.y

I.'"'. anJ rtv..ipJ-KSn' lime :i.2t I l.l.. .. Broeh Miter,'. Pitch t-hip V'nnii h. Oil Tiir and 1 Jancy and Black Velvet! Jijtl.IVtlS.Cliantilly Hard- are && Cutlery. T. HAYWARD SOV
Xra' i' Vt Id. Sn'e! ./ "" oiauih'. n>l PIOJ'n t mt" cotton tct .!.\ i I \.1 IlL .xr /:.'( (Jt StffH //vr//T/0, I E1IBROIDERICHOSIERY.. :
gd'il.!.... TiienniL. I to un4-tf.d! L) |L* ktttitur : lIoKl I..otc.ml'rAI.' I 'rcn"h Flowers j 1'aru ols A Fact, ; A bra ut i ful lot ot *uu bbadea aDd '

** **'& i!<- ft. il.roe da '* ?,:... and N'l'ei 4* (S. LAMJL fco>,', f rtn.:?!lr.$.f Lai'icr Hoj'., Macon : 1JL1TS1 PA1KXT CAMPJIKXE, I II __ __ u._ Oil Cloths and I I Parasols Black Lace Veils) IIlu.ioo .
{ Matting.1lALSJfiONANDLT1
IB O I Thc beat rainufxeti-reil I FANCY & bl'\1'LE : Berth Kid and Twisted Silk .V
MUM fjm C,m"! a-' i.-a. 1:.."''IU lal.. The In- < i.t.) very ; t. ,

cTeItM-.at .H |4.,..ti.i.- Tl'S$ Oii 1 1ah.! I n.\\.CLhPS MI. t.iUnr.id from D31tIn. Ga. Pure and French Spirits and Domestic I|j 3DH.TT: G4-OOJDS : j I Olote md Mitts.Embroidered a

%*. \i. k. MJ\' 1< .-1U' ....:...tk TI3rk. ti\orx' I 1_ to K.,:\iIL.\ Trtm na'h tSrreatcrs. the I IjTWnt liquors, at the Lowest Cash Price JIdkN. Collars and Sielf'u.

.1'ill, a.d '|i <>t.it i.>n> .!o unwl I. ili" uc Air tl'f;. tinn. hr taking the Maje Lries of I'). ]Di;nnt AM!.I.MM \UDNLIl Fancy Brilliants, :O
d ir. lat, Itftt nl'out 1.<**> UKorditir .,. O, ei'her it I Ihtlaili! I .I IjLia; I J>"ud,T, ..r kuoxtillffn : A pill i "0 ] Kr9 l : Mushns) i I Drown bliirtnijx, CORNICES AND) CURTAINS | Breakfast Caps (or

--- n 'ltd tfxhich pint*, taies ftirt: n>r at Six :_ __ -.IIt_ ___. j jI j Prints (n.aeb"; I lidie. EmL'ol Lace

.. not ,<> ('al.rlduu.IIf'r .\111 i I '"clock dm. run in rrnnection with! the Iraiusto Aromatic Tonic Bitters. i 4 EII libh Print'.:| 4 Brown Drills, lAMiEE ACTIONS AXD ROtKERl.. | 'Cut tains. _

1'ift 11 IJVM nll.riC"oll'( ; llian is inut; %L N,.rl\' ,; MEEvac.! about twenty fir miles) di'tint retching I i iI 44trtiirh ,Ministers Pla ds I I! Jaitit r.iT.d and for tale by

oil mm :".. tt.iv the M tr. a.-.r., nl It i. I 1_ are rn im'tI'L'1t. nricl: f.r tUwc ufHictcd) with: I I i'IU" Clotb ''MalW" Phi.Is i btiipes, ; -- -- .
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op.rtuisiti; li<> nn!lerci,'rd, 6.intcrnitc1 1 to make "!ont- 1 '
Clan svize jOlt.' ... ()'..t tl.ftn. and I.\ Lca mjrtit ar,.1 yak ot I.II f the t.e-t attracti\c Watering Pli: <'' in Unpr1'. ;. lihijigestioti lr 10. ef Ap1wtitc. ani tlioe- Sixtra'li\i.1 Mus'in, !'Fancy CottolitilvS OILS PAINTS AND AGRICULTURAL IfvlPLEMENTS Goods.

ready .. citlatr tli .: I .!io art auiffering fr c 1
ei.criae' < ra <>n < r rixjurroti for thr. utiirv, 1 lowe, "mce last :iin 'wr. fl'IHc"1 se/eral | II I
.b m lJ.dI liatt tUttmi>bii..an,I fcnt in.. !MT ear :|I new Oothw Cottiers acd other bi:ildm .. top.therrith from cicknefsr Intitule attrtKlai in Warm Cli India Twill Ltn.jCloth, 1 jB-own A Ulfich Crash, | SILK COTTOV and lariat Collar..
? miti'S, will fit),1 in the Aromatic Tunic Bitters vil constantly! on hand an 1 soIl i at but one Flamitl: cLineu: Drawer.
1:m 1. I 'n.> f iV! # 'n."u..ili..c.o fortune i if |< >. I \ other Tab:able! inipnoienicrl The jrntnd-t a I Tape Chocks, "Pil'ow! Case, Cotton an JLatlits Kept price '
I\.... I i I ntHe rernety. braoipj a"vl r'lwiting the and Misses | I. and that the lowest Cash without deviietjin.lEO. dersluita Bl chd Jean. Drawers/
.1 .. .. i. I.d.: .')(: t.. ih* a-Mr' <-.' ofKU J are in 1'aulir"1 rflieltk.nthe) rlta.ls l tier the sysleninl Open ncn. i iwnk .
\ I ICU..u. 'I Springs 'en prostrate,1.1 1Dircctms I 11. Linen I ( W SCOTT L. B blurt, a rarr d ,| H..m'd Stilcbed IhfTtf
dod. t'J.I .I C. 1VjIjjt. i blurting j I
) ", .' .Au.ttura the l ord, 1
arr. or I'l.t iu >oet 'r-a goI .f.I. his born I 1
\ fur me accompany the Lottiej CIIIK 1m* }Muslin ''Allerulale !Hruwn.t mead Mardi 13. J 6J.. 12 assirtm.nt.plauci aad fau !j'or Ctuts,plain and fancy
i' $ ? Tli 1 I II
'If' 2. aoMttii:!* I I saved *!// tt<'1y".tttr".I, rf>n.;*r/ tttnl,iJf, i.rr t _. ._
and (1,5 l I bv I --- -- --' Bo9 borders
"iI b.Turo \.m r.'i.etit-ly! a o'lnJr, lutlf or miar !>,' leaf l\\ alt, tin /'{..ci. .ill 1'. ,". In-re. I j I lripiicd' Thump n s New Style e( 1-4 Slur'inIloop ;. -- --- cy tns ,

ter 'icLrt in tl,,'tr I. ?ili..l b.tj.ruT1..<.*. Int1r. I 1 :: All tit lie cure of tli Ics l, tLt MONTLF.1'INERAL'W JDKD \RNARD. I kirts, !'arK'Y A striped Dnlliugs, LADIES DRESS GOODS Marseille aud other I I Super Silk Suj ucJ r*.,'

10- arc guitAti..1 l I.:v rlatjj.ruttf J 1.th... r. -. \'\ ATLRfi. s<>e lirseM< ntalePaiii Dni:i el and .,I"'tbezar Ladies Corsets with hip Whit Navy Duck, j Fancj Shirts, | Twisted Silk Crm'a1s.;
*. ; i I April M. 1S5. 18I attached Fanners Dull*. And a great rariety cf Black and Fancy Crarai*. _
fet1i-Sta in wlnrh ti! .\ nr*. tuUr..J.11! |>h1t -ifptculh a. to D);'jxjit;'" Chrm,ic Diaribtpa -- .-- -' supporters FUR bPKtNG O> .
nij I arid
1 1 uuiition, Tu< atiii,'fJ...- f'Io..I I. I Kerxous Hcadiche Dcian eiiitut orKuvousby* IVr-ian Cas rt't..fI. Brown A Bleached Linen 1859D. Just received fur sale by
:1JAC". j ; I I,T"OU the balance oi t..year,or for a term Black Drab DtU Duck T. HAYWARD A SON.
lire a fiarai> in th.in h tliat all) ttin Chill and Fnt-n. Ac, A.L.I ;
COtIUjUiJieMti.t, f..rwoIr..J, it. th ir tI..lr.1ooS 1 u ill i ine I I S. Lauitr .t Son have been ciyigcd itt hotel! | .P of yeai*, the sideline uceutU ? ,...-filll:: ; tarnicrs Satin Chinese Crass Cloth I .
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| pied by Mrs. Ann F ln\ -.L --- -- I I1tt "sC N's.1 Dress Goods.
(t w nil: j l.r'lu.t j ulIJ) I 11-al.-- I 1:1.: a'ti rtu..- keeping for TWENTY FAR?, nil'1 wit, continue O. Vv :
They .r. 11v'th,' .-1.'l.ti.I..1, I atu4! l.tteroj the Fur particulars apply) tu. L. S. DtVAL.I HAM and Robes
grtt \ to niako cvciy clfjit lo p'cate r.r\.lic. (-1 1X0 Organdy ,
'ratur* of thin C""UIIX! }: Jnxi'th. [l.ML. \\ATT LAMCPvi CO. I __ April :SO. lf j'of: IS .__ Boots & Shoes : fj j i Spring (G iUOS(! ring (Good \y Robrs ft Lea Cart.linn Robes, 6

I I Illofirrs. ,i :". Lanit-r. S. C. Tinier ) A. GALL IEi Ladies Creole Highland) Gaiters I Muslins. Chiiubray'. and Qincbams, s
$ I \.1'. ;\ alt. W. B Lautr j I .. I 9'thiE undenigpcd) i* now rwiiYinjf from New De B. .. Bajadcre D. Bej ellaJad.r. MobairALS'J
ptci1lN11'IREL' May II. IR59 S0-7vr I i "T'S in receipt cr a Is rue Rod well rtletted ttcck cf reudi ,L Yort \ia Surannah a large tock of _
Colored) Hvu'and _
.- I _I. STAPLE and FANCY HOODS, I .. It
"*- -' Congress Oa:ters, LIOICS DRESS GOODS, A Carroty o* CAlic !. .
For Sale. I FjtrtMij ami F itninfr 1;ta.ftVW* tlotJnny, .
Gipsey Busk!, Just rtcilve and for isle by
\EW: 'rmEl.YE: :\ : .
: !IfB.1CI1f'J
lint anil fop Rvot unit :hot -
VERY PirA"A>T kESItEYCE; j I. faintly heel lipjwrs, T. HAYWARD A SON.I .
WHAT IS 1.\ j drwcnr U jwf.. /;randtct, ile., IT ? I .
('II the c<'nur c.f t'tti'inline ..nefl.allJOull..tr..t. Slippers, I ..
tQ, 1W. 18 3 Skirl, I PI'J
Organdy JacutL
White Kid tih
iinino,hitt Ix' in rrur t f Jud.'e I' "pere, ,. I ', Staple Goods.
iiiAT MONULKH i mnm.v; I Moret t9 I .
\ 'a Jupe, Cripc ,
Baker r<*it'.".. ; in a healths, ].lca .ant 1111 1 rrtireI, .I Iat Ij Notice.I onre Congress Boots rBAILS Ot.i.burgi
: a "ft Lit I Solid O Bareff. 1
PI Ollh faelie Fluid j I.<- on. with '1 IH'-r lulu* \h1! of good water is I Gents Call P P. Boots, I J_U 06naLurgli.Carolina
) t pf rson' havint cl unis or demands aqfiinstI Patent fox London Boot I Barege Robce, I Pine Apple Mouslmf Striped
oil ,
c I \ tbe ctUto of John I). deceased late Grenadine Kobe. trench Lawns Strip s. Choctaw do.
Thompson I ,
Call "
Tin it n J\;'j: ffttartfj; I. .< th r'fll *f ff 1,11iumi : Tile LcilcJ! ':n}.* n e i.w \1.1 I foinmo>liou' ; the resi 1 I Cherokee Plaids
: of Le"n county, are requested! to present them duly New Cloth Gaiter Priftrd 1.'IW1l8lid Brillwnf, Aa., ..tePlim .
!urrr,. It jl It lrl;r",.jj ':r" ." "''',.', lL J. ... atitlitntioited' to'the: undersi0ncd! 1 or to Judge Gwyun Pliuiters Shots of all kinds Bordered and Muir Antique !Patafols _.'
stairs with front Dn'I hick all tastefullyand
is ,
11 a Cbuuical if natriu! px.rtb Cottunadrfi. Side Stripe da
poviJedln i Judrrccf Probate Talljbaa ee. Mantillas, }fenrh Lace Points, Velvet Trimmed
Mi-II' *
.j_ Xature i,<.rll.. f.,r imderng |,ute the air \C neatly arm.gvd ; and is altoptt'icr a very dm rkb G. \V. JONES Black Fancy Oirers Oaitere.,: :Mantles. Cbintilla Lace Mantles sod Shawls, Cho<'Uw Twill Stripes, ftAfchton
breathe Iu act:"n is iu ubedicu.to fix.l UrsQCKK :e ion.!etK-c for a planter wit-lung to inoxe to town Plaids
April :0. 185)). 1 Rw Bonnet and Belt Ribbons, Dress Trimmings. Ac, ::. -a
i Utcl
_ Slippers,
to -loy the n !Ival.topoc. than vlure nit other |"I..eill i drills Plaqfers Duct
., D. C. \V1LSON ,
SlUE, IWUltlli tlct t>tate i.ff.4 nioio, end f:riiiij.'s *o btpj.ilr I I A Si.J4Ei00 r PO It l' ( \ IT r I Lace Bo'ts.ChilJrens American and French Plaid, .

It purifies f'*.wdiinov tiuki&, kikllrtii1. cn b'iied!, a' i'i 1'AI'lht"H'C.for the tJucatii (.f both ID:3A'ITl1rl'J1 ) Faaey Antle Ties, Roll Oanltt, Blue Dulf
: ,
Diamond To
Boot Cash
'tls-satil! Ten'f\v\\ Purchar.1ASH '
It rtuioxe all oftetieix o lois ; Vfh;te and B"'on: Huct. To ellmg.
Itcuret licrns villi in*' ut fil ntr t Any one tle!iriuj to ptrclmfe the aliove ie i.Knee 1 I M Colored Bi ots, Cast Scotch And Russia
.ir ,
: / purchasers would find it to ( Diapers.
It '"the bet prefaration ever used (w frcs" wo-jnc. will ,;I"a't'.n. on the tindcrsijnid at the store "f ,I II :1 ii i !\ U lH'l 44 Goat Bronze Lice G niters.BQTS Boots. Vy tage to examine before pnrchawng: 4"'D'1 Just received and for ale by-

It. destro all and ,iroal! JAVM KiEk Ei }! vegetalNe i poisons ; I 1 I I Eo ts. Boa Gaiters the large and A-ll setectsd clock of Fancy T HAYWARD A SOZ!.
Pomp-sole _
It reh res in kw secou.ls the bitts rf imccln GEO W. KNIGII1. ." Goods -
pIe at I). C WILS05'S.
Le.. "I e. I. rITa yl4.18oJ. !-. i t .a- "JL". :I.YON" Calf Oxford Ties' : I ,* Boots & Shoes. lli.
It SCnttiTS boils tihen fnrnung ; .- : .. .._--- T"ROM the well known Gallery of Tucker A Per j kip Brugaus Boyt Goat Brogan*. I

It soothes LiLt \hen Ivnued tod I heals th"m I Cross-Ties. I .L1 km. Augusta, Ga. takes treat pleasnre in lu- US8ETS, Kip Brogans Men aDd Boat

rapidly ,| formi? the citizens of TJUhflMee and T lIJt1. that .I 11 Hat&'Cs Q SPRINGANDSUMMER I JTL Calf Oxford Tie. Kid Top Coegrse.
rxoiNE'ii Otricv, Pet & Can R. R ) :
Black Clotb
It ill be has plJlcluld the well known Gallery, formerly Top doMen'
f uncles .
good T carl ulcers CIVM and tri. I Tallahassee loth.! 18S9 f I I 4
It clmnrt'S tbe teeth and purifies the heath; occnjNcd by Mr. James Bailey where be is now prt ;onb Fashionable Caw Hats English Lace Ttool lr

The wora unptonsofT\ph and Scailct Fever i I SEA LF.D PROPOSALS will l e received at this { pared for taking those Silk" CLOTHINGTilE Lasting ". Patent Oxford Tto. ..

are mitigated by he .( this Fluul! hat boen until 10 o"cIock..M. 2 3J May for the tieI I Mt Vernon Caw LATEST Just receiTed tad for sale by '
use < it STYLES FOR 1859
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known to chock Ibo rpre.d of T\ pboid le\cr: la }IDI' :!: livery .f Cross.Ties and the construction of the Trcs EPi'U: 'f', ; E: f::R01"E' 7 Pearl Ca'l Windsor Hats, T HAYWARD A 8OT. .
ilic* and up<>n pl.ii/auin*. tic work and Uric Culvert <'n that pbrtiou of the which have rendered the Gallery) he i* from eelebra French CaN -AT-

Lcadmjr pi.j.icwn ale mm? it m Clixilrston Ctlatnbia !i road between \\alktr' Mill and (Goodman'* Stltictn. ted fa1' and wide ilr L. will also introduce in a Panama Liquors''; Groceries &c.:

53ivint.ah. .\" u"la. Ati! ta, Macon ((17 tnilen) Specifications mjy be sen at Walk. J few months, tho Leghorn & Straw D. C.WILSON'S.SPRING ,

LB. lI.Hi'yinx-ri.St.luji, JioUlc\ and New,OrUins.Culumi j I i, Mill Mnutievllo, rnd Sandy Creek Post Offcc The xIx 0 T cJ B.A.pa Boy French Brown Hate, 12 DOZ. Cotton Plant Whiskey
compauv retains the nghtto reject any or all the bids 1 : AND SUMMER HATS t Ibis. Old Winchester Whjtkty. _
Tb New Oiliaus
HocpiuUvf awl M.U1; ate : Both Plain and Colored Pearl C simere H ts, -
; iL JAS. L. JIANDOLPH Cbxf Engineer I .* 2" Bwwboo Whiskey -.
i Trimmed Maricabo Hats
usicjj y Sentinel Mouliccllo and Madiso! paterap1..e I' These picture at present bare no Superior H* baa The Latest for 1859AT Old! Madeira mod SberrWines. '. '
Hospitals, >ratitn', tmitera. raaiiutactun.rf Sarony French Styles
ci'rpi .IiI. Reduced the Prices ..f the Ambrotye and earnestlyeo2kte Old Cognac Brandy, Je1Yly'sbootc! Alt, '
: pnnes! jiln uians, furuultrd L) thu gallon r.t .e'II15.' a cout'ouauce of the II Panama ..
liberally 1-
iedue.dsatc. Ma% HIS5 t'. 20) I patrooa so I Pbiladt lpbi Lnger Bee.1
bestowed upon Mr. Bailey Iwretoforc.t5 Lecbom CUrciia Qnarti &iou <
--- -- M and Straw Ils.t.sSUNDRIES I D. WIZSOS. Superior ,
Fur c.
a041 l mcrclwuti
na e Ly dinggwU country jet:e Plain Fancy Colt
Call and 'his ,'n Plant Cbampai and
Noce ( examine Spl'Cimros.CO a MW justly
tally ( rrdori .ulkU.L
.m )I'.iifl art re.peclully| : March n
17 i89. 12 popoU/Brand gotten up ezpresajsly' for Sum
Try at Ica't cue bottle Puce oO tents lollom Jjl\ ontl; from the first piibhcihon this no | -AprilL8. ____ : .er'xtratfretmnte.Ittcn .*- .

dt.t.It.tII.; JO IM*, the uiidermtrned.' Jubtralor Ie bonis n.>n. :

. t2r" iUlwfutaieJ culr in tIe LabaratfMJ with the \\ ill annexed of all and urgulnrthe :. ., I Reward I (..- t1f'ftieu'. CLu iug, ]1 Yankee Iin ion., NotieePEr.smiS JaTtlioCaffLdafCrU5btd.Oraenl.pSvrupse.t(xl.nJ/rd Vi hiie A B.StrpI..Ooldec.

j'DAKLV.Aubunv: Ala. oiattrl! riKbts and c-vdits vbidi were (f Jol nV it.r4. P> UN'AWAY from the subscriber,)j.unr. 10 hardware 1 L Fancy Groceries Lariofr land .bc awi' with m. vHl boap.Starrh. C odlsr BCniing Fluid a
F.. a,!. m TaUba_ AMES A. LIVELY. ,' ( ill hu Saddlery -I Iron A. Nail' .
decruf-fd Leon JTL
> lute of '
'Y co: !. prevent T. L.k **ct-. negro women KACUEL. oo Mr. Ratters when I am not iu Vinegar, Craefcer. Butter 4e, Ac
ted,Ly JJmjrjjuta t1JC"'AII tUioL'hout the State. J linti &ov .cut and %ou..LerS to' tl:' JudC'. < f .Prohlte.j| she u about Sx7 yesruif age.<.f .u Wghtli I I C6ekcry d lassware, | Liquors of all kmd*. TallahtazMy. ..fEec'11 inlbe Rutgers buildrar. I J -ALSOx S

fl.-1'e.I4.i) \i.Liug wi. (4 f'1 ).ttr.Ac-, euim .f Loon .-.uit and j,k to DC thscbaiged fictu Lu j aud titian cvuijrlexurti. Tbo. above reward will be I "C.1IU_ JOHN BEARD : large.1I000k..r fiDe 8ears, Fia Chewing and

ah z\d CoIl1 blJ\'c; tt .._ tOU -tablct by *eolDAIxPY -, uiJ 1.6lliU, nud to uny person who "ill deliver her to IDe or 1 I m- Sentinel aod Wilallrt Times copy, and Fill I Su.vklJ'C 1obutD. '. ti .

iito 1.ot.J. atiota.SOLOMON SILLS. ; nl'r..I. %[o" l I.riiij4il. 3' VTAYLES BAKER. ] ARIt'ELL. & MAXVELL t li.h 4 time*. .. T. .YU'\ID tI I SO'

)!.lt :S. h :l-Jy Mar 14 l".p Co-t.m Ap-"H _!. IJ 'a : '.-if I. Merch 19, 18.9. t! Af"a 13, If::. n-lrr Match 12, JS 7. H .


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I 'r1f' Floritllan & Journal WILLIAM P. SLU33ES, BEHTlSTSr. wHOSTETTER'S I WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S P. B. DrfOICAW'S.

:. l''I'i i-'" i.' I.' "AT Vtt.: ) \\ '...i.h'.s. T." J, L .* HAS C G, F L OH ID A .* STOMACH BITTERS :, ':.1.ritLi.U.BER; I ,: l ( LOTTE.I] I LIVERY ABB SPILE STABLES
t.u! [: ;. joxi.s: & CIIAS..;. IA K *" <&; !' TM.LAUA' SIIF. n.OlilbA .
; MANILA. it utu ..r' f .ri'itTjv, f! tt\.>

I At 1'.i. DviiAb i*r AIM.i.|'.. .in '.>atKI i JKO\ \t"aJ.: \ViiorittK A.M) {H{ UTAH. flotHlmcy, lott of AppttU*,merbnf or any i.aotioef aiou -- .'{ I.HI: I'r.," '":''' ." T.' 1'1 1,7
f : Canptatntt. oritina .tr4I a I : Prize )( (GU : f- rh.. fn f.-MVlih: l.-J.f't.
i, bkALnlt'ni>, lAit .''lJ JJ'.l.XUI': ( StomatA fontlt*,producing &dmps.pll.at4ry rnplal &- .. .
'nu\"I: \ OJ. .o\InHT1.IXt ? Cello CAoUra Jtortnu <*o- L 5 f. !, ti.-i t.- u., rr' i lit ?I.P

C.e ,' .:nl'.ol1' '." '.''' t-.. Jlr. i ..'1."). U io I \Lu:t.. In',in- of the fact that every member of CKi.T3 ONLY 10 DOLLARS a'-- Hir! St..I|,... 3f lU) ..1.1! .!..:... i.'"'& U ".".-o

$ ": .: "'q.c"1 .. tvU..f..IW' 'n.ad-Qnu.I. ...... DR. T. J. C M( 1C I-i I : K."iX'Cl'l the human family Ls more or let subjected to I'r..I..1 sfe'4oas.sLt. I hi.- l i..I. isis'. .'siat.-Tr.e,: ,III.

U I ......- ,,. it.! ".. ..I :01 J.HaWunl. ; .VrtTX I"Jl> b*.rtn'\1 '.< rw*ii.r. PsrW I I -'t.i. .S.. ..'IJT I. some of the above complainta,"beside in- NoTinin 1 Tin: rt&ULIC "... 1.:1. atr.sl-I! t.l.i- >'tetI. .. .. !...I Id4- I,
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; ..I 't's.*. I H-H.II.-.I .ll. ...":.,.. r.-tc".i : numerable other condition in life which, .,...illo1"1'. 1t Is-is-i. illUC: I 10'" ...-wnlS: lm; .J- .
.\<)lvrrt""/,' .., on ..1.1 .11. (.. DUI&.l.-r..f sitrl Mt.r.ttn'ti at .. I. ti: tlir nil*"i..,' **'pi,L,'rt< M.II'II"i ViJ by the assistance of a 'little knowledge or \ s :!nit... i -r' f Hi (f rm l.nt- l Irs "..1.f ;j.i.iclifH 1'1.tIi. ...,1.. Hi'r-t- .....!,... a.,.! t'IiE..s.d.: JtJ.
; J..i".i |.i. I !.and l-'it Mml;U l I..r .tIe, "fi\' :..1":1 l J be able ) *. I. (.'w lw"wi r''f il.,- !.'1.\\ .. I I.i
inrll''' wjj; I .uh. .. : <,,.:il 1d.4.I.! MI.1 ,'I."r.1 I..r.1't" exercise of commop sense,they may ijrjiit- vs-ri jsUJOSirV s. iiI. 1".1..p' :11..1.11_'
I Ius a. or.t''I.1 lug {>.'u.' U'ait4. %r.i Cr.."i'tt-in! -l-uii'',' tin i p...t I I.; .r l ao to regulate their habit of diet, and yjth b\ '! .. >'.*.. I !>>v.\:.ri-. K'ti 'wkv, M!..Miri. .ii.tl par.h. _

WG rtif.t. .., 1."I.i".1.". ,.f II'oI'l1 ..r t\f' P.na.fist. Orhl".t:1 Fr.".' lt.iyl.. (;u' .i,:C.c will "Oltil.t.ll. (J.r"'j..a lIe *....r I..h.| the assistance of a good tonic secure permanent ;jii ..r I 11.) in <;,..r.-i.. tiinlrr ihr- i j i..r.:.\_'..!>...,.1 fl. :. N.'yrr.at.vn :". II. "of .

'..l..ili ."l .r .! .II "' 1.1 d. "i"1". i:" .11 f rr ami 1m O..iMii<'tini' I'l|"ri. Jihi-t va.i SKrriXllir I (iim I tl... .ttI.CIn >'f "> I"y. :.,1 IMS ""..t rin.li). health. In order to accomplish thi I \l.l ..r-. tr--t-.% .\ M".ir.. ..f Wi:iMin.t.H,. I>.Lie...-. -- i.
.0:0 i.1. I.r,.! llpr. r.it. iil <',.t. rn I'miii js.. Shop .oikf : /rn'. >' n's: with I a.u'a.: tur r. ..{ l',i.ul 1i.IS: n desired bbj et. the true course to pursue ii. I. C.- !I\'rill!1\:11..11I: njT.iii.h! t<> rb!".,-.'., (ll,trim'.s.4' : Carriages Buggies and Harnes

a ----.c---. -- "verj TJIIctv, .1. no. kl fix-It Hot ir<'. I ale.\ .ils. as t. .1:1.! bun .put up selL Mtt ..1 I certainly,mat which will produce a natural 'I..1 him iMinii* .Vr .--.tt..n Ul. J i.19. l. I.Ht ,.fUi ,
.: teeth iu asse .r ..|I" pular n.. I.., itt fr"11 fftn I.eve atate of thing at the least hazard of vital 01') EIJII1'0.) *l... 'Mill It-ifn0rr( !Lit.tin- For Sale b} P. H. Brok.-nv.:
i BLACKSMITHING City :eud ( nnnu') _51rit'Im.t:* : 1.CJ.r.l I- Il-u i i. UnlU tlr i-l) (.
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and life for this end Dr. Hosteller .'f flu- J.
I ; strength ; HI il.il'! IIH-lit 'i JMIJ AtMilrlllT 'ltprT.lltn' 'I 'Jlf'1 I : S'I 'Jil"'II.I') )
.. -.-- Ar.- r..p.tfiiliiiiilc, ii ..1. .6ICr'n'y I.,,, Just IIr rmtw....*

: t : id'.lro.t.I-. tluit rl.a.ii'ir rUr"l.err.Z2T ; KUrBiiIr i> ll. ln l.. I be. xt I'ltttiuc. .. sam I..L ainl. called HOSTETTER'S ST MACH I 1..11! tl....-....li l"."u..1...... rit-ftMltwlTv? ..,,rud a H.Ii. anil! Ifarne""1'1.1,. ] t'arria' .
; N'olICI" A S.K. .\ iiiin-ir.irtii frnm tLe : .. IKtl| : i.i Nil lb .. >,.. BITTERS which at this is not a new .. Ixt-iiM-r "ill. ..1) .. s..k.a. I." .f,. p
E *.'K'U11I1"0 : :"rtiI.. > very 1\.01 r .1.. .11.I day .r tti'r-.nli. a r."i.j'ti. :1:11: 1 u r f..r sale ... tI.. nia.t r.toP1ILI. t..rm.
: lk** Wl'l! !I. .Nltlttlr.l ... I..t.9 ., l.-t ,iKntrii.il ni,.l nrrnnlrMir. llr |ta.l-! tI.,., tI.. |1.\'"iIttt/.t. ]iftt'"fji. "vIIer IS. 1':.. 4.
l k ill 1 h Ulinn is' t-iiht-r M.i.t n I1-. ..r I..h* .... :<... satisfaction to all who hare .
f-re at tl.. 01.1' .4.T.\/J ..f 1). f \ViL y!, ui tL. -iTrTr-l! f-r 1 I 1". i 101t yean, giring '''t..sii M "i i: ""-I 11) !fi\j u.ijol' l Is.:i.ictrnii'firrtJin .
I 1 "'alt f't, j-l< :.ji firm ..i I! ( ..tytvr :". i.sii. 42 1.\.'" !)..,< )J'lio. ai., .1 l lime tu ti.t U lr- jwv' used it. The Bitters opcrtte powerfully upon I our .,. ,..*.... Viry nKt-tfiilIv.| Notice. -

-- "-, i.gf..rit., the stomach, bowelS and liver, reatonc s. b\v.\:; A co.

; I H. P. Fitts & Co. BICHABBSON'S Jffi* Tliv l lo,t r.'t'rfr,* ii.n if dinr'.tlDiCCIIilf them to a healthy and Tigorous action, and Aivtj.. (Jj.. IX15.I tc.V*. 4 I.I. pera-n. t..r.,--,-1'1illl 4 5g5'ta( l.. 1.It. ..(

: I 2i.: 1S.W b* thus by the simple process of strengtheningnature I / V :Am,* I.... .1. tI,..:. tr.il"! ,.. )I. _" ,
llratful roor Ibe I..t't .. b.rt..trciie.JtL.i'. : _.-._- -- -- enable the system to triumph over i 11001) llJJ.S' (()., Maaagtrt, Ji.tril.iitit jrr lie. .. i.>titit>l aiwi I.qlh.f; } t.". t.r'-f.r
tl.ry ai. u'I' ,Utlir t'.I..1. 111..1 l ntcrmiu t 4 IRIS : LINENS disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux so .
1 II. | tIn iv
.Vin.niiiN! !
R. A. Shine Jr. .t
> au lifntitutftl.) ,
: EAMASZTS, DIAPERS; Ac. I generally contracted by new settlers, and a Sucri-s'or. t.f S. SAN A (O.C tu t I.e mi
SPAKIo::: r\i.\s .I..I, I Jlil.. II 1:
I .r | Lt Will ..n'J l tiu-un.t ufiiil
)NM lEIs: : 11 R1.IIAS.nr.ee .i l th s ui.w irc -i\n. mid wi il!) c.u.stausly, keep| .* l-au-I) caused principally by the change of water .
Ilirir 1.,1. n .v ] ; i [ III I: MlowiujTS,In sir. will l-c.lr AV s .1. rr.v.c.1.! 'thiu Ia .\r-nr frtifd tlii'.Litr.t tLer-
ti i inil tua .m"I' .hl all l lo tnnj fnv" ( 1-r-- .*1 and diet, will be speedily regulated by a whhj r.i.h
) for
ilt-k.n.u; st( i.Maii.iii; tl.\ ./;/ sac W. .lu-iiM 11.1..1..1. a .1"rliLO. 1 -I .. "i i'. n Toy siD 1 hi- barre !1,11! !ho .
Jlina mailtWlr; p..tn tia"r, i IU: ). brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia, KHHT .t c >Inua'rt>. tor tlir p.srtaovosk! ; !: Liurb rJ Mriijnrttnl .
'r II..t tLt "ttjlrg tI..y -* kie' XlUiiln-r I
.mcr a disease which is probably more prevalent t: Sigle > (- pnM .
the I lull i.f the tie,,,. KIO.II, I Mo. I''il. I MrM I
seens name : Hour! | ) I I IL.ii r.r. when taken in all its various forms than n-.. l:> \ptil I b:..'. at Aiigiifta. Georgia, in [>ulIM 1.1[, F'tr.
I.nl. other the of which *. uudtr il.. ,'riiiUtiJ, ..f Coniini M.tri-u[ : :. ISCv}. Ii> ; ..
Tlorvc t'horiiiz, Iwrinf anti Jk1 Ilcn.UIIH': foxs A. on'rx I (I'l.i,n and Sugar Cuu-il any ; CAUse may alwaysbe I *np sire iier> _.
1 3(\j pairing Carriit&t mnl Put* f i a. I guarantee: vf the tuumluru :,.,.turLillf! (. of the) ;: S) rup I YnU. iV.iii I SiiL'tirff nl! Liiftn.! | C..CV. attributed to derangements without of the fail diges. loss 10 UiiiinXii/i'tt/.iy."y 7. ISO. l.'US:3l"m'rIuSS- '-
be cured .
tive by till)
G J.KTliii .. orffans can I'Auw ii.1 [).. iMitHiJ,!. It. 18S'. IXMA.V) HOC
\ J ics. I'la-ilalion iftrl iJ < i AIM all tlrr ailc'.c: t-biully nevJel I by uM.i i.. ** May :
caution i i. ''rt-tHlrie-i CICS-tjaiIV. t>pee.i>:ary an an.) on pli.iiUi.iM 5.S using 'wdl1.l ,'" ". KaiHnlin, May !l I. lf,51 I. : : UKANT. while.-
1 rrrry! r/c. rri/..*u//f lurjr JU-ilitlr ..r iuf"I o.r nli'l tlrfn-IHr ljirh are A if Irish mnl UnH4t f.r pTaisiss.- as per directions on the bottle. For (?J.4 22 ).-.TIl.f Satellite May i8, li 9.uX I CUKLD. Mi-.i-.nr.ry ama, K lite: Insha,,. .f

,p .'ZlIlrrM' c.J rr .airimr ttmr, Ifoiingt.\ r""p3'.J.-...>II after fravit an.I >.ralr l .c.'tLz 'liri Also lIt hmul a qturtity I.h. vf Dry C;>...!., 'hub wi" this disease every physician kind then will reco.m- j the' Rely'I'LAxViUt .ihrr..J
Bitters of not !
mend some why littlE
1 KMIS: anti .:ars, i 1I:11\. '"'. .H.'1>\ Inch 1.0....., Vint, -tnlIe I L suld 1.,1. use an article known to be infallible t 777/; y/.i.v 01.1'l'Jnl'I:. i rniviT'nv. a I t rrrtaiii JIVVC5 I"

1 tnJl ii, f.- -t every -tlirr .11fel iij't>ti .-f w..,It tna-le .f !. "# ,.f the injury,' tl.u.! inflirtrd, .t>ii the AIIK ri--iu Jlnnl'T 2- 159. 4 : Ereiy country have their Bitters as a pre. Jr.icfiifi:* a eure KT ( ""-umpti..ii.f.t .
-- -- Tickets 4ethsa. Uvrr
Jrwii .n.1 I StrL11 tf ml.ich We WAW&.I. awl 'ile.Ij.c c.4e4.flrr iuaI! tl I..inanurntliiififi'f the riiU'ueO.VMl. I tenure of disease -and strengthening of 50,000 .r.n. CVmCuW -

a d.rr1ceI la fipcu at the UtrH tiotwr.u. will imt rratlilv_' abuiuL l.tinifs ;. ,ititiljlilr.Lil Insolvent Estate Notice. the-system in general and among them all 3-ij, ]'iizis: l.ai1st.N.v.s! .\If...Iio... {'''tll.. -
B. rirrs .; co. .. .- be inij, ...<1 LU with GouoVo'f a I be found *. ic. lfang nv made 1.1.
I ,1:1 there is not to a more healthy
Mars1.1. Ui9. I1-2' ..i>tlh'n. ..)har""-",,. Slat-of Fl-riiLi. ) than the Germans, from whom this M\ILY: I xr. rinxr TO KYI.IIV: : SINE TICKEKTS COXiUMITIOX '"lllij! an.J' retired frt>ni busies..

__ __ __ .._ J. BULLOCKCi J. II LOCKF.. AKeii. C (iiilr ..f U-.U. \\ I people emanated based scientific t.e mill (.!>.I! ,:.: I'r..r'.u' imlrnirf.ttvf I
I A LEY EI:. !.. l.i- preparation upon .t.f-\IJItE.v-J' bviiXMK: .. f.r
T'T "clmini.I.f.r i Cl"1EI.Jrc"h.} a IL"
: St., New Ycrl. 1. I LOCK which has attended to advancethe I'r"l'arnr licu'S-
Broome & Thornpsoa, : S..pt. I 8.1 .1 S-I.r; C"ucl I ..i.i IIKII i'f rttate if J".. )ph titrr.I.c ..1! experiments of this preparation in the T.' III I ..iACI1 "nI'.tr I% )1.\1"1! "nrtu III I." ,!.-

.For a.n.c1.in..a FIa. 11:8. : I..-.." eflunty. ili-e.-a#..d, I a' 111-4 fiiil! in ti.. Pn'I.jtri medical destiny scale of science.great 1 (Prize .f. .alY.&tiJ 1 l'riz..r. I'OO nr. It. IUlII l oil! sen.) t. bu agi-i.t.

and Sale Tier f.niil.cuiil. 1 wiill.ii, aSlg'ir.ftioii tl.nl ]hr tr- I .. :11.11(1" Lit) :00 <'OX l' l''rJO """:".'" tw..tarn1.i (t; C'"b.) I.

.- ... ; Liver Stable. lies\ ..Ihr n'Uo.' tl" raid J"i"J'li l Ullli. r .lw )in 1" . :fJIJ0 .0. '. .&lIt paVthcrt-ti.ru Itlltr. Vith a .1 U
un.I..i.1 i lw f-nn.'l I" AWB AGUE.
TIIH a p.rti.-r '. ; .h.'.,. nuliek.. i i. brnl l "II]I FEVER : a ... CLfKEl ;:I'ioll..r 1Sir
.. ... "I. CftUOlI: .:. i : "I..r..i.J ; | II'I. C y Jif..1 p I 1" .UIJ r'JiJ :00i | : si uijit..n.s. The
lli" :" TiiuM1'OS. r l'J" .iii'. ,!i.1! iilul) | TW and provoking disease which( fixes UsNlenUea I. OI.ll.Ic.r) (
IIr 1
*. .T tht tr*iu M ti4iii a V* / eh.t.rtl tl.. l.h..rJ l j I m.. tl" ,:ine .'Itl tie JuiUe .,f 1..1.:1. if rai.l) grasp on the bod/ of man reducing him to I 1" 3l'OO lot lOG CONSfMlTION :' {''O """ "I (*" "'l.IJto >!"''..
GKXKKAL CO.JIJl1.'i/O.Y III"I YDS.' i''I'1 ci-i.iil\, the COlh) f shadow In a short of time,and rendering aril all
V I \\ I., 11. Xtwsilil. HiT.!... *. I i .r I. re stat "I.I'I.I'r iirxtvh a men space I Imprs "fihrti-d fH upl 11',f.
in the city uf t'r..IIIII. llv will i.'ivr ]I..rupt |I : ..| will! Ir II. frtablirhiuinC. Clvi l ,'ullie a il. bcMprtirntadiMiibiitii-iiif, ; .lit- r.I.I", ) him physically and mentally luelos can be defeated .1'o1'9.r1-lali.ni J'fir. avail tl.ru.reltcof tliisoniMH-tuni-

.u..ti.ii IK lie ..ilr ,'r .!:111"| ......, <.f .'H'", aujothrrpnoluci : :jxi-pjri-d .t lIe .r.11".r; 1..I..rlll. and driven from the body by the rue of HOSTZTTEB'S I .J )I''rzcs 'f <100 :j>[>ro'g. t.) *50.WH prize are?l.COO Ctr.CI1. I ie' /1'1 l'l't" trilce. t. .1.. ,11

.. mi-1 will ".01.* liirano.-. ... C.KKI I aii.t I |Ir..1s11e the public! y. 11.1 I i .9. IV. W Y .. uJ0'tt.f Prvfcatr. ]I I KXKOWNXD BITTERS further any of the above .J :3l'0' 20COU l IOO the .'..1 ]i.t' e-in Lrft/rc !i. .ihrs-- ,

incuts f..r MC l.<-rt. -r !.< .l>iiiiint| i. lUtr fiuiiOt mJianinnnh liue OU tawl.LIe will al'wloali"f ', Mar.h! I9.I1.i1.CIIaIIgeofScIcdEJIe.' .t -Jn. j I| stated dlieues can not be contncted when exposed to I 2')I) JO.OUO t.iOO I.,I C-oXSClIl'TIOX A.Wret.f1:! !ettn,. lDANIEL. r
lUL \1"1.
('iiarlc$hm. .\. )
will III-'.. it.t tenif1' |I"!illt'ip..Iu.rJ. 'III the r.; is:." 1.IClAlmXDIJS. i used sa per directions. And u It neither creates) 4 nf) 4ww II too CURED. 11.x C521 )'. O, Ntw Y.r'. !

; Unitvil; Slah.. $1.. rale i>f Il."..':urd .\,\ the ate ---- --. 3t ---- : nausea nor offends the palate and rendering Dnnecottij j" 150 l."UO: 600 Who u lois .-.::01 ssjiiit.Notice. .

-\., tIe ....r.t l 1 It.ir..J! C.u>|Mtiii -ly tie 's.usiI JJ41i11INSURANCE l "rP"\T ---1--- toy change of diet or Interruption to unit paralts I I. 100" 1.00" 4H'' Jamurv 1 :9. I-Jy

tie*. .r tiMinriuratfd, | ...,... Jill'. ,'I.rr.t I "Ct UI i. ww4 WvCO3IP. ,bat promotes sound sleep and healthy digestion, ; ;;,Ic o j.iizisol Jy .ire . . . . .1 W.lJrl' u _
tit.. anSi will Write .e..I rk.ets, mdns f r iu;i,.tinrnt CONPANY the complaint is thus removed as speedily u i Ie eoniUtent 1-- -- :

fI in Slag ..UfO. Tltrt* wjl! ItcuJ l-> the punjjjtivt Of .\ NY.Tr with the production of a thorough and permanent I 5,185 Pi-lies amounting to. . ... . :*320,000VnoiK .
1ll1''ORIJ. ; r'iLi. iis.ior.rsafter date lie uII\!.ui"loJ. Jmii.u
s Jc .f I I S. 11I. core.Ftfr !. \ TiiRrrsSlO' ; llivi.>, f5 ; QfARTLns $;!j.It j. SIX: ..r the 'tat. .r James 1)). Luiin late oi .

KCAI. L3TATK: I t. TIIIH C1TV. ,\ InrarporalrJ in I IM3.l -llarlrr: !i iCAII ---- tersoni in advance yearsWho ;ir- .' f'J1"I'iI.. &aFsu.rie7 If./.I,.. .dll. l.rll.ri,, waif l"fni .uul!. .!...:... ": pr.rnt. his nocoiu.t and
Terptlnal.! The ie si. r" mf.nr..1 that tI. from enfeebled confutation and seat tu **y VHttifvut ofnitiriky it. .* L t. 'I.. II. .
Ilb I.'lulh are suffering an \'i' 'r t Judge i if IVuIuite for ai.1 h'ltn.tI.
.* iu any *wii ..r 'o..II.till the Mid' !t, /.4.4i.tfcY'lt I
Infirm body, these'Bitters anrlnnlU&blo.) a ree&ora.&In I andask fur a diacl.urgr! fnmi .iMl
STE\ : nol"'lIti..lruic") : ,.
f t'l-nida. 1..I..i.:..uch'Irly Ct'rti/1./ ate tlf rjclasts "ill be sold at the fullowr.ili
'..u"rr.u.SIoooooo.t of and and needs to be tried I). C. !
( : strength vigor only I WU.sOS.\tllu ,.
: D- for talc will slu! i-ll 4 funn.!. thct j.la1* I '*, which is the riil :
Galveston lo b* appreciated. And to a mother while nursing I")<-''ib<'r 2:. 1::8. S-r.1I1
tl. .aurale tj.cij151,. fIr 'I"il"\ I..h. iUt. 1 Magnolia these Bitten art Indupennble especially where UMmother's I Crrtifio.itr (-i Package of 10 Wt. de TI.Lit*. .$80M - -
[ii I i..IU n.t.'O; tsr.n. 4C. \ .:, hiss 1I".r"'Ie IXMCK .%('. %Ml in-Jx AND JlAMAfSK BY FIlitLUNTUJMi :. .. Half 40 '
,, Jfiix-n v1... wiih/hrm) ibe) |.jv-r1r uii .|'pv.itl!! .,. : ADAPT!'li TU TiE IAZ.\HU.\ '\ ILL t.I..O New. Oihans and the varltm* IloiiT nourishment is inadequate to the fieminfe J lo Quarter, to.. 2o Notice.KIX .

\\V will Au..1 l t<> t I..> . III Fudc'itl "Tttr" (iuternitiriit* r.r vrrvicek vi Leave Sew Orleans nn 1 ltl 2Vh! and here It I is where a good tonic such u Boitetter'sStomach hi, finr.l account ami .voucher totheJuslg.
u. r. LEI: Agcn. tl. Bitten I needed to impart temporary rtrength. Iu onrinjr! Tickets .r CVrtiticate; eiH-.si th*-'
t I ,1.titul. during! th- miit, In-hail U"#r.In Arrive It. IVns.icol.i 1 tl e ICtl J SUth. ..f IVobate of Len cmmty sue) apply fr A'hal (lit
rue TalluluiKcc and and vigor to the system. Ladies should by all mean I inoiK-v ti> our uiMrees f..r tIe Tn-kt-t, i>nUr.-i|. i n rn- < -
J f n-UitMii t i thnr (%t4t" ut 5f
\ Und>Tiiiied; .. pi.icli.'ikrJ ihe nitiivST 15. lt>:.T7. 33 Arrive \pal'lcI"oll...the iitLo Slit nr UL try this remedy for all cues of debility and Won sa I et-ipt tlf which they will IN forwarJud by lust in..iI\ this I'.TripMt. decerteil Ijtt t>t Leon ""1m'\. Kla jr1 -
ask who if be is acquaintedwith Purchasers can ba\c ticLiU vssling in figure they
your any
( K of Oooi.* ..r It'ltI" FLLIS THOMPSON Leuft.\lalld"II( cm .mie dllYs. 'I (Signed) TIIO'AS! H. TKIj'Lfn'T.,
the Its). 1st : the virtues of the Bitten, will recommend their I may .1setituate.'Ihie
or 1 .
: GentianImE ou February : 1R5: 7-1\1
Iii to which the will male Une 'KlitiiRi at an e.irlytiny. Compound Leave St. Slarls I"III.n fame sT..sc.J J use In all cases of wetlneu.CimOJf. >; Lust of Driwu XimibiM .nll! Prizes will I.e -
They will l..,. c.mi-t.iutly uu haul I au v tcuMIC 1'Jth We caution the ent lo purchasers immeji.ilrly, after thf ili...in S. Arrive nt C .Lr. Key on the .t 2d or &l public against : Notice.SIX
i L ftlld W.)ll OMWlbrJ tilk us : Leave Cedar Key on the same din using any of the many imitations or coun- | J3f": Purchasers will please writ,* their figuarurr .

on"". (;fJ.I I 11..1, BlJol \ SI"(.,. C.iIuiuig, r : nmedy la Artier hi Manatee & Tamp:. the,20th 3Jer llL. : terfeits, but ask forHosTEma's CXUBBARD i I pljin.! ami) give 'Jieir Pust Office Cuuin\' am! ht.itr. Months after the first publication of this no

...Kldlery and I liirni-s i iroct-ius i (Li. .1. bilious; ansi all ili,..
e'dili'/I.f the I juor. t-xcfpti-d,) I I'rovi.iKiis, PJantation Ijvt-f. Comp'U'iit' Low pirt.. \ant of A ppe. Leave Key West ou the, 12th and 1'Ctli.Anive I,tL Bitters blown on the side of the bottle and : All prizes of Sl.UOO nml uiiilrr. paid: i ,..e- !! ."ill present hi* final) acomiiit and vouchers ti. the

'f L lencila. Door;, \\ ud'J\\'s laC':: .. <-. Fs.rasI.1.v AMES .A Ll'ELY ': nt Tampa the 13th 27tL. : stamped on the metallic cap covering the | tlmtrlv after thf Jrl'illJtbt'' prizes at tlw1..1 [1 If",.. Jud;e vf 1'robate of mid) county and ask to bliNmimd. .

and other IJiiiIJinj MaUriala -> MAM-II 19. liT30. 'L 'IJ lne Mooalf Mllnlte.J e ;.Titurpa mithe! 01 same dars..J cork, and observe that our autograph signature 1: time of thiity dayt. ; J C. CIUX: : '.1 W. AdiutV.

l Funiituro. Iron, -- ---- ---- ----- I I1rDIC. Anive at -darlvey on the Htl.?8th.Leure is on the labeL NOTIfi: TO CORRKll'OMIKXTs: January S S. 1/;:. :-tni

Jlardxvaic and Cutlciy. Casting uiJ a great .\ .NOTICE. Cedar Kev on the ame day. 1 CPreparecl and sold *j HOSTETTER fc 1 These tiho prefer nut wt-iKlini; money by 111.li. run -- .- --

4 of oilier .--irticli- -0-- I Anive at :Mail on (lie itt), A 2 'lh. I SIlT, nttstargh, Pa., and sold *y all !I us* IJ,; Attain ')::.r/"I'tA. C/"J.,1hfhereby nuney. Notice.SIX .
: \kiicly I J. 1 U. T.\YLOH..J. S.? J5OND. Leave St. Masks o the same Druggists generally *
A11 'f which will tell at WlH.Usale Retail pre my ae-

r for CASH( Country tUy Produce or good commercial or Drs. Taylor & Bond, j Leave Arrive at" "Apl.cbiera, .on annie the,da ICth>'ii.d:01. i: Uirtigliott the tilted Slates Caaada, Sotttlaetie .I where at our they rUL have an.I)an expt-nse otivc., from The money any city nu,*l r .town.,.'. ; bate_ of JrfiVr ansi'oil voinlu-r county,to..the rilniini'trMtor lion. Jude f of the J'n F>.

wpiaiKx at pricr* that will compare f.irroraby! TA VE ns-wrialed'iu the practice f>f Mediiiue. Of- Ariivc at IVneacol.i, oll.e 17th i 31t or lit. ud Cermuy. I. must be tnrluseil in a -Government I".-t Cilicetuui.ed tate if William: IMI.unv, late i-f said n>uut dt
with those of All.i, ii the South. We invite, inerliauU -i.' }li. Leave Penencolj 17th :STft 2d.AnrTe 8COVIL & MEAD envehoptor: the Express Company ji.notrcctiTe >>
lice at the OLD STAND of Dr. Tavliir. !I on or 4 t.- -1 itud .ll oilier purcluiM.r tu exanunv: our flock TJlabaMee, February 1. :85: '6 \ at New Orleans on the 18th it 1st or :d. I NEW OKLEAXS, LA., tl.cra. I tion. SMITH SUIKI S, Adu.fr.
JAMK.S E nUOOME, The GALVESTOl. JIARNOLIA. will each maLe All cominnuioutkons flru-tly confijential.AdJrcH .
i' I i Wholesale Agent Vet'cml..r la, : ,,
15.V.. TllOMl'.S N. extra to Orders; for Tide or Certificates to
"NEW"GOODS. an sip Apalauhicolatnoathly :
Sold by K. RlRN.tK I>, Jr., 71. NUSJI & 1858.Notice.
February I Si9.' 8-ly I Leave New Orleans on the 6th t 23d. CO., ml AMES A. L, \'I' LY, Tallahi..., WOOD. EDDY & CO, Aug Georgia.
-----. -- ---- Arrive at Apalachicola on the 7th A 2Gd. I. l'I"'ld.. .
-++- WOOD. EDDY A CO. G .
? Machines. Leave Apolnrhieola ou the 9th J 24tli. April, IS::. 15-ly c'r. Atlanta rorpu.or SIX mnnlhs after date, I lull prraea't m' finals) *.

: Sewing WEBER &DANNHEIMER, 'niat New Orleans on the 10th. A Sotli. ---- ----- -- WOOD, EDDY A CO, Wilmington Drl.tS and vouchers to the HI>IL Judge s.f Pr..LutoI

tL BAKERS CELEDKATED! FA I. I DANIEL LADD Agent- I Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. A lit of the uumbrrH that are drawn from i of Jefferson county as adminittratrix vf the E.tate
j 1 ily Sewing Mahincs. Ness Style. Price f. nnf 1 'I I the wheel with the amount of the Prize that earls t Jesc Granthnm, late of said county defecated,audi
Fla. '
"V SO to f 150 extra erarfcs) ..( ?5 f* li -nitncrs. The I. AND DEALERS IX Newport, RAIL .. .ROADS.j ) oce in entitled to, will be published after every ilravriiij ,i i ask fur a disvhanrt from said adiiiiurtratioti. it
Machines are strong lIim'f'le. easy kept in order. Sew READ 1-JM/J7 CLOThING I December 18. 1853. 51_ _____ { ID the following paper: Augusta (Cev.) Con- KEHECCA (I RANTPI.M, Admfz.
a' A strong ,
than a *r n-i-tiebs can. crest if she work f.r one A :D .A..G-ENOY.. I Cbarl.*tou Standard, Naehville Gazette Atlanta Intelli I ----- -- -- -- -- ;

Hit an hour and arc uiMjuet-tionably the best Machiutii i GENTlEWrf-NS1- FURNISHING GOODS, -- -- ;enccr, New York Weekly Day Book Savannah !1

iu use niaiLrt for faiuily ,'iug. on accouuTof Bank of Columbus Ga. I MonnnjT Kewi. Hichmond Di pntch Sew York Dis- .
; FLA. OIX month after date the '
their simplicity. durability.ear <>f management and TALLAHASSEE D. ADAinft, {."b., ','":. n.YOUNG, Pre.t. : Change of Schedule patch Pauldiug (ilisa ) Clarion, nod Little Rock, I 1. tJ admiuii-trator of the Estate undersigned of James, surviving S. Linn
adaptation t' all varieties if family few ing-erecu- I (Ark.) True Democrat.
$ f tin; either heavy or fine work with equal facility. i THE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving Cash Capital, $400,000 00.THE I y..T. 14. ii>.c;. ,46-ly : late of Leon county deeenncd, ill present his account f
I and without specul aOjuttincnt ; Store next to R. II. Btirry's o I Department having ordered a daily mail ser __ and vouchers to the HOII. Judge of Probate fur !

k l Scud for a Circular.Addr i ltm.ni. a "tla1fted StoA.-of iSPRIXO. Itj I above Agency will at ALL times be supplied THE between Tallahassee nod Walker' Mill. MILES NASH & CO. t said county, and ask for a ducharge front aid administration.

,i1I M I* M. FOLSOM. C..utrnillt', Fla } GODS. Tua Exchange on New York at current rates ; I the Tram will run on and after the first of January Dealers in Drugs Medicines &c. D. C. WILSON

t fl April 23. 1SJ7. 176mFoFSaleT I OEXTLEMEXSconsisting WE.t'li. Also ou Columbus and palarhicola.: Bills discounted as follows: Dec. 25. 188.610 Surviving .Adt
- -- in of French and English Cloths Ca,. I at current rates. Gold Coin fur sale. 11st/9. On the Pen.
ft : sinieres and 1'csting part of the latest style and best quality Office (up stairs) over the. Store of T. L. Bettou j Leave Tallahassee daily at..4 P. M. Lie, a general assortment of articled in our line Notice.

l ri"ME! STPSCKUii'ioffer* fur idle IIi, tract ofL I which are prepared to make up to order in Esg M. P. ELLIS. Agent Arrive at Walker's Mill by.&O P. M. such as Oils. of almost every kin.!, Burning Fluio i months after date 1 ball present my final
t.eI Tallahassee Dec. 1828. 49 White Zinc and) other SIX
Leave Walkers Mill nt..8 A. }. Lead paints Window QIa! of
JL LtD known astlw -"".t'rl1c'Iil a workman aud fashiouable manner, and o REAROXABLE I daily I unt and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of I',
--- ---- -- Arrive Tallahassee .. . 9.30 A. M. best quality Putty, Brushes, Potash.Soda SptfrLIin
containing 8O acres of Lml Jtcaii b" Trad'i TiiMS. Ab>o, a good assortment of by j I bate, of Jeffersoit county as administrator the Ks- ,
:141 it HI a. to suit several purchase. There are A Card Connecting at Walkers Mill with Foist Coaches via Gelatine London Mustard, French Brandy (very best) tate of Hartwcll WatLms late of said county deceased
for medicinal
I : dwelliisj-Isou. and rtorcion the pr mi- Terms I IespY. READY-MADE CLOTHING -- Mooticello to Albany every evening of the week excepting purposes SpiCes, Pepper. Lemon Syrup, and ask fur a discharge from said administra I
} Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties Inks Quinine Peruvian Bark, Fluid Extract Buchu I I tion.
K r AV1LLIAMS. SLirte Sunday aDd twice a week connecting with WM. W. HEIIl Adinfr.
: rino Silk and Cotton Under Sbirts E. L. T. BLAKE Ac, Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent i I
8 1859.
April 9. 1859. 15-tf Culars. Sa. Coaches running to Madison. Alligator Baldwin and January :- m
: j, ___ _______ I Olove.te.Ac.dc.fy Register of the Unil'd Slates Land Office ln\"ille. Medicines. We keep none but the very best and I I

; : J. M. CALLAWAY i They would take this method of tendering Oil the Tallahassee Railroad : hope to merit your patronage.MILES NASII A CO. I Notice. -
}LA. i
their thanks to their old customers acd the
ij public
Leave Talhhassec dcilyfwrcept) Sunday) March 29 166G ISSLACKSMITHING A LL indebted to the administrator of the
i :' GROCER & COMMISSION MERCHANT, | generally. f..r the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed I /"VFFERS lila services to act as A'CTOfT for persons at. A.M i XI. lat Cade GodUtld. are hereby rrqaested to call

:1', Two DOORS ABOTC Aura & LIVELY. : ou them and hope, by strict attention to their : \J denriog to enter land in the State Land Office, Arrive at St. Marks .11.25 A. M. immediately ad settle at the office of

: /"CONSTANTLY on Land and receiving real sup i iVy ij business tj.merit -otmae of the same. and will attend to any business, in any of tbe State Leave St. Mark daily (except Sunday) A. P. A .KER. '}

{ j:1" plies of prorisions and family Or. rics. No J. WEBER, Offices at the Capitol, Charges reasonable, and in at. ... 2.15 P.M. THE undersigned has resumed trortc, I Ii October 23, 188. of3 ,

paD spared in selecting poods to fill orders from DANNHEIMER. proportion to tbe time and labor stowed. Arrive at Tallahassee rtt3.30 P. M. i town and has open' a SWin ------ -- -- ---
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I ,j J the country and at the Iowe4. rket prices. Couo- I 2. 1859. U Maps of Townships WEST or StrwAxycx RIVEK, Connecting with Tost Conch to New Port on arrivalof the same building with Mr. Kuhn's Car-j_ I Notice.SIX
try produce and all other good. consisted to me for [ April fifrnnhed at from two to five dollars each,in advance.Januaiy and which returns before the departure of the riage Shop opposite the Exchange where all kindsof .

1- rxle will receive prompt attention. The cit rrons of i NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. 22. 169._4__ Train; and with tbe line of Mail Steamers between Black.smithing will be done with neatness and months after date, the undersigned will pre
l Tallahassee and vicinity are pectfully solicited to j New Orleans Key West and Cubs and intermediate despatch. He can refer with confidence to (those their final account and vouchers tc1 tbe Hon.

I call examine and price my good. before purchasing I THE uodersi
,'f cWwbere. E -ery article warranted to be as rrprcasnUd Tallahassee aed vicinity that h. LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE to Key West on the 18th.and 1st or 2nd of each of his work. FRANCIS PAYNE. from the further administration of the Estate

.' to the purchaser.A opened*carriage shop in this place joining I IBrokaw's month. and arriving at St. Mark on their way to January 8. 11168.tf of Loret Green deceased. late of said county.

ill 6 1C I TALLAIIASSE FLOEIDA. 15th and 2dtb of each month. -- -- -- --- --- JOL'N DUGOAR.dmt'r..
'f pi 4 II. ; I New Orleans on the ---
: _' Llrery Stables
I Practice in the Circuit Conrtaof Oadsdco. Whenever these days come ou Sunday the Train SUPERIORBURNING ELCY GREEK, Adrnt'x.JsnusTT .
IlILLSHOROl7 I where b*<. prepared do all Kinds of work in his I --- - -
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ACADEMY.I t attend promptly to the colktotkio of notes aDd accounts i HOUSTOUN, ---
I 1j MILITARY ] hue a the & *te notice and on the most in any of said Oountes.t Prest. if Sup't. T rARfcENTED FRESH. For tale at the Drug I IVT Notice.SIX .

t rpflE SUPERINTENDENT WM f..reln." vents %? Office io the Capitol) oppoeite the door of the Store of BARNARD. !
: _I_ an officer of the South Csroliru State Military REASONABLE. TERMS, Attorney's General office. January 1, 1859. 1 January 1859. i I months after dale the undersigned will pre
.. i j I Academic For a circular address 1{ each as carriage paiDtu and tnmnw'og; making new Feb. 27. 1833. 9-1 f -- --SCHEDULE-- ---OF--TRAINS- --- ---- -FISK'S-P A --MfcTALlCBUEIAL I hi. final account and vouchers to:he Judge

-J C. C. TEW. Hillsboronsh, N. C. I I buegies and wagons, all kinds ohq>iriDg. : vf Probate of Leon county, a* admini trat>r on the

March 1!, I89. 11-ly !I Ij The undented i tA prepared to do this kind of I OX THE estate of Stephen Mioton, deceased labs of said
j ___ ___ ___ ___ I work as well sod in the latest style, as i cad be SYRUP & POEZiHBARRELSjj I RAH ROAD CASES I county, and ask to be discharged therefrom.

1; Guns Guns GunS! done at the North. FLORID JOS. JOHN WILLIAMS Adin'r.
All those who hare this kind of work to do, and March 1:. 1859. ll-6m

TilE undersigned Las now permanently located : wish it done in a manner that "i not fail to give 5e "Q .
I tbe Post office, where he. is prepared [ atitfaction, wcrld do well to ct -A N D- -. i iRo.stIcoM Notice.ALL
in the most workman.like and prompt manner to i imake i onWM.. KUHNS. .
and repair j jGimS. July 10, 1858. 28 DBLoyw ost S.A..LT. LEAVES FERNANDJNA DAILY, persona baring claim: against the Estate of

RIFLUS GUN.LOCKS. I j ------ -- TDLENTY good SYRUP and PORK BARRELS : (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) -( Finished Latest Patent,)} Benl.y,of Jefferson tOUo',. deceased -
_L for sale here. ALSO fine whether a* creditors, legatee or.d.tril Ir.
-coarse or Key West j AiR-Ticnr Gteet.
arrival from Charleston and Savannah AXD RCDrericcmuc.
of Steamer
in fact all work to Gun Locksmith. -
pertaining a or .
ON required to their demands dut form to
RAROA NOC.M. SALT at LADD-S Newport, Fla. present m ,
I at Callahan with for SUPPLY of all sixes band
With tbe above qualifications be expects to merit a Nov. 20, 1858. 4'lIPLANTERS' coDnvctfag Stage A kept constantly on tbe undersigned Executor of the lat Will d testament -
liberal patronage of the citizens of this place and Trader' Hill and CentreYiH,Ga. ; at Baldwin with by T.J. BAWLS, Undertaker. of said deceased,within two from this
& Stage for Tallahassee Tail Bridge with Stagefor November 20 1858. 47 years
surrounding i.t ,
country. date otherwise they will be barred and all tbosa
fgT N. U. Goo lock alwafor sale on band. TIE attention of Consignee of goods by the [ } HOTEL Middlebnrg; and at Starke with Stages fer New- indebted are requested U make m oi;
.1 t Peosacoh & Georgia Railroadsis nansville Gaiusvill ( end pay imu.diat.ell'
AUGUSTUS BROWN. i called the rule I Micanopy Flenungtoa Insolvent Estate Notice.State JAMES a RUST E '..
March *6. 18:U.) 13 i respectfully t following : Ta11ahassee. Ooala. of Florida April 16, 89. 18-8
: Rule 9. of Tdllahat dPen.. Geo. li. Co LEAVE Starke daily.! (SunJays excepted) on arrival l
Proprietor. County f
-Pla k RoadARfghtf'! i Frti.bt or* payable in cash on delivery of goods, 9 1859. ot Stages and connecting at Femandina with T> W. B. HODGSON Executor of the last Will Notice.SIX .
I April 15-ly Steamer for Savannah and Charleston on Monday
storage will be cbargeJ on article lying over, JL\. and Testament of Charles Alligood, late of
14 ri"HE undersigned having purchased the entire in- I after the following : Tuesday Wednesday and Friday. Leon deceased- baring filed io the Probate mouths after late. I, a* administrator *f the
_L terest (.f the Georgia A Florida Plank Road I To Consignee in per *3 days. c JE < A. H. COLE, Snp'UMay office covoty of said,cobnty a,written suggestion that he be- .. of Richard B.Cote and CaroIintO. Cole:

Company will put tie same in good travelling order. : I I within 6 mie of a 6 OF THS I, IAn. 18Dwelling I eves the Estate of the said Charles Alligood to be late of Jefff moo county. Florida deeeaed. I shall
This may be relied on. The rates r{ tolls I have re- : tl I 12 9 I : insolvent: Therefore notice U hereby givbn t8 all present nvy mal accounts with the said I state to

dared torn U pet cent. Ta persons at Bel-Ait i I I oven It 14 Farmers' & Exchange BankOF for Sale baring claims against fd Estate, to the Hon. Court of frobate oi said enmity and ask
wishing to contract by tb. season a suitable deduction and appear the said eottrt for a discharge Irom tibaimstra-
rule will be adhered to. W
i Thi strictly p.re r t\ H E well known residence of the and file the same with tbe Jtidgt t f Prolate said my
will be made. Itut th. ruinous credit CHARLESTON.
system torship I hereof according to law. ASA MAY.November20. .
tending for good are requested comply, JL on or before tbe 20th day of
t subscriber eiUated on the 200 foot r.... Septtttjbnnttt.
n abuaed in this cud this road I stand.
must region for on the road.ea Suitable i or the good cannot b 4eliTeel SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK NflVT Itreet is new offered for sale-terms be. jiij;: when there will be a pro rata disttiratidh of the 1858. 47- m

. Homebody pay using I E Sup'LSot AND CHARLESTON low. The boon contains 5 corns, with_________ fund of laid Estate amongst the creditors of said
deduction made U* tbos running 6 and l 6 mule -
tbe when arrangement are made and Quiocy. ppr copy. FOR SALE. a large baemet dining-room and i it one oi the most Estate Insolvent Estate Notice.
teams by ICMOU
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W. of Probate.
comfortable the Judge
Le .reb ud. JEUE RICHARDS. Febrll A. DENHAM dwelling n city.A State of Florida )
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planter removing to the city for the education March 111. 18*9. 12-m of Leon.
Richard Mill. April 9, 69. 15 Tallahassee Dee. 1858. 49 County )f ,
; children, will find it a desirable residence.R.H.BERRY T ITTLETON M. WHITE adniaktrafor' the
-- -- -h'.G Agent 1858. Li I estate of John W.Tewnseod lateof Leon county -

t On Consignment. gives n State Bank of Florida, TERMS-Price $3500 ooe.balfeaah, the balance deceased baring filed in the ProUto ofiSee of
BBLS.-Plsats thee that be baa opDed his -A'I'-- 1, 2 and S years credit 8 cent interest with mod.gage OF aid eoutity a written snjrgestion that he believes the

50 Estl'1&.aad"Supt'r. .I Ifi -BLACKSMITH in TALLAHASSEE.Or on property. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS 1 estate of the said John W. Townseod to be msolrent,
finFLOUR connection with hi LrviaT STABLES, where be will
12 1859. 7
February therefore notice is hereby given to all penon having
1.. 2000$000 IU." Shoulder Side. 1 hare done all kind of Plantation and Carriage work. : OmCK I* Bt'TGEU' BUILDING. Warranted Growth of 1858 claim igainst laid estate to appear and filu the same

COO Stag ct Shays beet Sugar Cured -ALSOO Feather Brushes & Dusters. SEED arc procured from a Cold climate with the Judge of Probate of said comity,on or before
. ;. llama HORSE SHOEING in the very best manner; SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND THESE. will consequently flourish the better in a the SOtb day of September next wbea tier will be a.

10 bbls. Oliver*' Whhkey.Tcax I and will use every endeavor t hare work ORLEANS FOE SALE. A FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS wa.rmetone like oun.or pro rata distribution of said estate amongst the creditor -

C.AQI.- done with and to suit customer. W1L BAILEY FrolJent. /V jOlt received and for sale byHYERS Call early or send jonr order, that you may of said estate.

K. H. BERRY. Com. Mer.rl. di.ptch P. B. BROKAW. W. R. rETTES Cashier. l GORMAN. get the varieties d *ired AMES A LIVELY. D. W. OW7KN. Judge of '!..

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