The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00354
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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lion.f/.,1 B.::'( r M.'?!tin'lAEoN vrJir, f.ISdlliC the arn&l Jusij'zw ttf/ the. j < xtraordinnnpower: chtiojis' of tl.e J1Joio:1., llcs' uicesthon 1 when: ; thaFti very_ case under consideration' and Io; the ob-I ration r-? Dors their office gi'\'e ihem power:- and! performing; 'I hs: eluU'' rjjaiiut ali efolinqunl !j ti.il objects of- !-ociE't-- LrL.J-7:3 Mory's Ccm. ; .
r !or- j'tiol! to power exerted here, could: aad capacity ihe right to brenk the law '
f (a rrftrjr Id ti.t ctpvnpin rrxolvtt; ItadoplfJ -I I t.4 n quo-lions c! r rent moment? fln- 110Ihat t Frucd) bo r"'IJ tic! subject of the by the mvjvrity 1\ 1 But the! proceed:1:: M harsh ni.tl Im?111:1'I. .tTnlcMe are grmt'y n'takrn iu .thej
ttfthf. ]
4il'jctiotiibo; (ti-v! of .
Cmr. I : r" not ordinary: j nf the jUt is'licti A great SJtate, no precedent t i iittancec for injuries of a civil character or ;
Coart La fall uJ : It : I, It i is not usually to considered when (- {;- j I'll.' : !Iit to I I'? gives; to the ..TV and r.t-ikorilies
fiifor apjJii
ws to
to that if
for the
I r.t : authority ) 'asy fro one I rxciriie of the! power it j bas-u .nr.'l I f.. cffriic.'s a ciimi'i.-.l point of \'icw t'I I If I i i-i,
eei I by (the Judges! r.ijainst other iiflicers. 1L I It 'itt.d. the exercVd: tl.i
tM jtitl!i* c<:uld, I by bis iiliAfnre from Court <( peWIT cit occasion i is
itoIw.d4. the
atuuLI' o I.hal.rl. ; i-upport gr< jit principle of F.f! pieseivaj" K'I, IA i r !L. Known. They bo suitors '
The h4gn r. ell',f the ('r.awl ix4 !M>V.- ), J its pogivsf, arrest its action and tii, ,. lion anJ the daty of repelling through lilt inheient i- j awl Mietl in all the Couit, from may is t, Justice of L 1 I j ji i. every, di\s piactice to procce-d against i iI fully sustained: rs well by express provision

1 law nor tn.l .,the I. -* vcrt its JHIWW the- peat object of its ii litti. functions of the department (.f al! "". i t j til Peace to the .Supreme Cvil t. and the !': sheriffs, rlein?. jurors, attsrnev* and witi i i of the common law cf Ergland! the statofcgi
the ep j lion; would be drftatt-d. Ilteu when .anils le it. I i : nes Theso should
t. prt'f'lItLe j ina< iij'on 1-c cllrei J of execution from this !
j prtcess '
i .uld fleet tie may go very j J bit:;o, !to r'-nd for nl'seiiJe-es: ill case of a {Coiiit .let If and (!lie ikvis'on! of olhrr Courts
ii !; i. aflcJl. I. ife c I. t-'i-io: by contutmli in it.ill s
the CMirt
'i af f.fia- purpose i i fully kept \ considering l.-g.-.lity! to its oificprs to execute its mnaidat.sa I :
rM r. .1.dU t" ** t"ire it Attornttt ; ,<-><<, behavior, ref.ifeii.g to sit in eonJcienceto ; ': of lln piescnt cction, which we now I aciinst either of them. I If (the exemption : quorum nol f l'l lug r'--e'rtnt. I In case of thisttiate s Iofth< highest res; "rI31'lli':1d. clearly gi\ei:
Ja ''
ap- : r tlc Ui.itiil
( States or owni !xte ','I I has
our > f -V, inj/lic3ti.' a not the
Jar.r. tT tr-v.Ju?t..u t IVsc?, vole: iu the lii.l:! nf cases and by otherexpedients : lo roiuidcr] in t.U! restarted point of \ivw ab i, |1lits,l! in hue on' instance: *, why not in all t. Srnaiv : opposing
) l.ijh
lit'.H.M! ; sitting ;IS n room t for the trial! of t'< claration or orilim1 of r. sing-! (text-book
l Vrk j aha be armed with!]I to the authority to the I low the ,
:I.riJt J compel attendance j creation of an to atlmiriKlv1-! :
I 1r.n
inipracliiiH nt, no elonbt! could i-xi-t of their ile I le cf
I- is iu the (;..ttt. .% I'J nflut.:',1.1i I tll.r.| to be wiMod nt hu own will, ofatUHking j of tho absent oll'cer. the law to the officer i : or pi iJiodi] or a iinglc-judge ovI
can to
give immunity
1 tbe I | li'lit to send for aIrs n* :h.unber, if needed I I j jlor ,!f. s- -
0" di n". fl.1: i! i..1 I"I t. its cl'ni.1c.a Court obstructing: its proc fding } I It is not den-d that compulsory process i elis-etjanl it, is difficult to conceive. Judge! : | of other .
oig."niz'iti) or I I
: 11t ..J...fl4.ties1in *, of threatening ii* action, tI..f\ii.g; its antiioiity may be i issued .igain&t other officers ol"tne sj rM: from hl lug exempt( under the Kngli-h purposes I. I Live the s-.lLfact'oii; !' to I.no11ult no jut.
I".r\a.n .iction. The fri t fit the
p" IIJ f 1 I' :
and asaiiiii it at <-vciMt$ ,.! thistiepaiiuuiit ) the Cleik I tery frequent use i itl.M <(fiuil.11:1'1 I.e-en rrmmiUl.el-no injury inflteted"
Conit -
to the C J -tiw. tut t ) Ju.1je: .rJt. j p, ; and Sheriff Juror?, &'.. laws have, from the cailic&t ]period of) IIig- for this 'icr !elibcra-!
by ('(
tit. twav. fixed l 1.43141.1 : would. lliUi b? exhil itetl ttripMdof I The ii full and JMi I power purjiosp j -no wrong .''1'. The officer sent
s: "I'rl"tt| at >y Uw f"r | poxvtr ample cr.mplcto < Ili..Coffolt the weight of the criminal : the li i'i- without '
> satiifsietozilyesiabhislsvs
run plaiitt,
&a$ the (i.iil.1Leiiing : i:: K-f iiini.tlt. t ov cr and) dofenci'e.befoie! I ; as lo item-n' t so as to the j:1'g"oI '' ;, !I:, 't' it) its seeiit3Thin, in cliO '.t'lr 1 JznjI ) t % ihe! of iN and upon the misM.jn performed his duty: with aft
i is
ewe of its U'lIlt1t'lIih.f'LUcll re.ulu woi.U J 1 I who! said I be nlmo.tI propiiity use n due respect and discretion, having hu:
an.1 : to from inflicte-d upon
lr aro li1l.tiol
r".luti. c>r< cxe-mr.t D;I heavy punishments were upon full
e.1 | : t all compLhits! i-f'
6rIP" answer >> LanUhin and I
he in iuTt! convict( \\iththecstubli-hfd! ,r this kind. I If this be arrival at Jackonu-i1he found the Judge
..ml 1 ivtols QJ. ,1.y unknown ia jixUcul|>ro maxim ( to, ccitainly ( all the kings justices, oven (the most :..IIt"ir .- i oppression. app.v
i that every department, of the (iovcrnnuutiowf t j au'hf1r.\ will le found] in the! boo!. :' (C. J. of the j j r< ntly well. I He informed him of the man.
cet.diup ftftJ not tntitKO: iw tLc ::1 of Courts It' to; lylii] Ilingham, Kings The rule it i is rii>f, *hnnld i.ct apply to d-ite: but forbore its
(J .ti"l'. i I | -v* when nt power adequately its own: fcu tain s-ich (protection and fully coiiiincuiurntc to the! ob- able find it ia $! Ih.'upfl'mc Couit they miming fi-e-tl! for his departure, th. Judge-:
I t'i my reseaiche T'le: i I'arksir tratton, Uaroii of the Exchequer I
: the each
Opinion bj i\LTZCLL C. J.: are equals: I.f other! ai.d neither! can | he returned
of its( creation. being indispoj-eel, without 'him.
law co'iferring ihe is to this 'tTl'Ct- i 3 UtJcl..l1 Hume's
i I power j 31,000. ; Eng. <
tie latter of la I rrc !! force tho other to Ihe pi-ifnrniniiru of official i j This terms of the Court hive
part been
I ; year -m This jirtiirijJe, was the Imis of the decision:: j AU itficcrs me punishable for and j 373. j sinrfl
Jud:e lt'artt :1 < CicijI. note 4>(f tu"i< at (. tH' e.f .Co!WII5 vs. the State ofwbtcher i' oppressive pro -e"ilinge, according corrupt to the in- '! The expressions. which, openly insult or .| duty. That a Judge refusing: to attnid Couit t '':: \lull! aid: not adjourned, and die public bus!-
is the
in the
equal ot COOl
JAck", ifle, J..I.ml be.r, informing uu? | Vis, illb, ia: "llit'11 tla.. ml.il the power one holding IH-M transacted and parties litigant no longer
of .
( 9U(41011 lJ'Oo lure afr"'IIH'.Itht'r by irid'ctment t | i itachnienf resist the of the Courts or the I
jiowers j in of law
persons I be
j not maintained I
condition bisym < !te.I pursuance may i I Iany for
"thf was .i fe.ix'erii kept wailing, although the of the
t1t S'ICi a i:11 81lte was to th action lie infirmity
ni'ijert I Ijuridiriian at ( suit of (lie party hi-: FnMier
|> kin (rout doing j jus'ice to < <>t thVril nt! tb' IVdt-ral (Court Tliat pro. .jure'j ', los cf their! ( !('', t.C. Il :Mod., !';._ Blackstone: have reference to rules and in- refuses more or who i eyes has continued almost to the same extent;
ttation and I to biniM-lf. ai.d req i<*'Cil; tli] it ;i l( J'jiinJ ai.d tIi.in, *;ui"lu"i juiVt C. Marshall! i I ]hut besides the punishment by inietiici.t! 'rules established ai.d 1 the v' I' too info battle U the equal in any. re- i t tie! Jml" ;e not having been able tn read, yet
'' : re-cogni/ed l1y common sped of 011110 i is found tt his ii-!i
Circuit I-C takh potl there h.s b such
Judge :appointed siaro., dtliveied t' (' opinion: of the court. It en an improvement as to
j I presents J power his Jt-; i.cs! :
To this I made and iiniiKiliav charging eluty. eompuNirtn: win enable law wril Thus
to has this
prompt anm i inrer ) MIUI\ \kws c< incident with! (thofc wehavo' < ,
a-i'l !
that there livers
l twicers, arc to see no abuses are < Judges e>f a Court of record,
hut iu i ii e'JuM I., no tlgree dependent ii[>oi! station, nor is it t which the assumed
I nderr.rv
.t Jv.si-J that lJ1jotit.hat"e 'to
cp4111a m.iLe .
'x w
DJ ; c cojiiuus extracts in :are committed 1)3 them which disj ; 'the act of one of them i is effectual ;
may bring ;- any es- t the! of difference in .
JOB with UiiaI} ITo i consequence) a iioJ.I : I b
{ inttrun.erit.il
eitlj: <> uropiielt. on'er! to ShOW the analogy J'o en ( in preventing the cft'b.or:
el.UfII : the .
themselves.1th if their
j Jacobs pecially commis'ionsdo lint '
d bi. be rI..d Ly letter, dated the 4lh of 1 1Jaii'iarv The qll(.ti'I'1I! prescuUtl to the Court by i Law Diet. tit. Oil"110.. In general, all tnVi' j i| more. Thus it (that expresslyrequire at CUll j Very far flora i*. 1,' elifTcrent! ollirer ofgovernrn.nt j j jl JMstice and in maintaining (the efficiency of
i l ; are all eq-i.-.l in the of the
ackiiowlcdging tLe 1\'ti,1 cf mine, 'I tlie two (i ir :t points nir.do at tli. bar etc this; derailment of tho Government, and
are ol' fid brnirhev of the ehit3' of law each has the\
.| an ojiec are fur- j i inon Judge full judicial aui i 1 have different ,
t .:t.ive of "rogrt-t that hi absence |Il:1w. They may parts tu p r- [! whiUt associate !has been
Lit >;, > j mapiittdand Ix my not molested
great mny truly said til.tlly i! I feitures of it, and pup.i-.linl.le by lino, Sc., for i 'thorily, unless he be el J'r(.*.oly required to rt- form, vet, w ith: ditty! : discharged, melt! i i.i tin- .
fcbould T"ik to the of i.tmL"! the moral
pi'tjisdiee nor force of ihe
any tight par- 1 toties'litigaut aftcct;; the I'i'ion. Tins; oxeud! ; move-
(the en j i since every ollicc is instituted not for the sake 'rrci iC it in conjunctiva icilfi oilers, as in the eqnal of the tih"t-nQw inferior I
unless lie
; Lyvirtue of your (muWi.ion, 1 qiirv: whether tie! 'olH..itutinaIItll'l i ment Ins been equally: iiifltunti.il and effective,
of of the ollice but for the clause
( good of some tidier: <'mom urn of the coaimi-Mor.crs: in Kng: mal.es himself inch l !
would 1"1I't.ulJ| : )ii2C''rt a* wtywru'itcttl tn| I'nited Stalls have btH' \i l.itij IIJ> elii'queney or roeliiet '>- Let the ether: side; of the picture be "
n ( thejlI4lIICnt be I land. I Hawkins I pre
by I i nothing! can more juet than that be who j 1'lt-as of the C'ro\: n, ('hnp.J oi.ik.iii (
ua'il Site nl term when I | i lonipul&ioi necessarily nr>pl! wntetl! and) action in the .
mfttr nubsrytx *, lioje' i which the l.iiutiHV i in Mppnse; m premi 01
| error sick to < ilhcr neffWt or refuses to answer the end 1 i 'Ciiin. JuiU. This was iclicd upon by that cable! to him.: The citi/en in hs: :natural
ca- I had
I ith tln-n, : taken but the
t o irThe ,'c,' and n.nii.taiu ; th.U! admitlin fnehi- i fur which his office was ordained should (emi'ient jurist t. (_'. J. Kuilin{ of the Supreme j "".city: -tiie !triO? seven.ign and source cf "U I prc.sidhig"officer of
[ ItO
Court ftj
,4)3.1I for of renuiicvl .
'ciy prp Ib adjournment olatinu| it is not in the |potter of the (:.n'm.. j I < it"e:1 to others! who am both willing and 'Court of N'oiti! C:1roliaJlo, ptove lit position j above taw before into : in passive acqulesrnce
:!i I the uiiw: ."'::1':1'11; l l4. me to UIUtttr : silent to apply. a corrective. Thev maintain j al.b' to..file. ear of it. and that lie should IK that the common law deems it of such fcwer-wis t. hnd the highest entering:111.1 tic It rills held and nothing done, nnd it .
government "d t
r pition ly 1 lrd 1"'l'J
liifc 'ait to allow! to I j : taken for granted that the Court
on Ib'1 that Iltt' ;
| pi- 1Illilll1 I
II'PIH 4tit Iwl (.4)'SCS5 I I"partmt'llt t pnni-hed for his neglect or oppressive: exccuJ J I bight consequence that tliojudirial poster sblI { he subjects) HII."c-f to tw. coiifidirg lit hili
i could be rendered
without transaction ol the .34IlC t impotent whenever
avrav l one of
lI.:1U" elf r'stI:&iIIiIlg lIt :.(:.1.1. l1tl 1.au.- i tion. .W. IbiJ. 111. i never Lc sll'\/t'lltlcl. I.ut that thc IrihwJls ofI officers and j
j to of them the
I Lusiue-hS. It (luis "((:IW mailer of Slq144u5roliN4kratiofl dwrity tt1 f lit :tiy! att'III.1: 1 ul.i, ii-iiiiv be ;11101" I To the same effect is the law l.iSJ down in |I j justce f hould1 every Irlll JIC always! open j' enforcement powers <>( iuty! even requiring against lamse-Ii" ;' j iu i its men.bers should determine not to join in
I ; councils
hould! ;In1 done under or its
hat the his
w |I.y a I Iat a C":lill t the I"gitimah'I'(1\\'t'1 S Of 1111' t 1)1) "! (one's Commentaries : To this head) [ 'to suitors. tl-.: :t t1lr! 'l th.r J'rillrlJIlr Owti J To be above rml Iw-voml and : (from obey summons, or at
Circus'tauce. If had been inaWily uhok| thai the (; II exempt j j pfcasnra stay :\. ), could public esteem lit
*. is
toxcrnn.i'nt reduced to the of each tcccrul I
t'ro' be Judges Court
summaryproceeding? may properly i i one. of of a may j f YawlS; ihe i.upote-it cltini of the worst of the institution have been command:
frooi fickness or .tt'r fuSficivnt, tUS. IsaItL alUTiiVuc! of submit,, to cnch referred the method i hold it. 4 Ire. L. It. any longer
i 117.
g attempts or : i ii i'liuicniorklly! : used by the j I the I kings of Ilnglawl: and has no ilace in :
[ a cd would it have
have the l..s-t to of l l.is i it. or not deservedly all
aoCfl conij4ain! of( rot-ting them I Ii) force. i! t>ujeiior Courts of justice of (punishing con- i It is not maintained that one Judge of the government v.heie oh I II! are equal) before the f : iMitfiil i claim to confidencc.llnd
:ItH4IK Uut a I c41.eeircd t1ai, ec :1- "The jut istli"ti..n of the Cosut then bun", (tempts by attachment arid, the subsequenttrotceImgs 'Supieme Court <*f tlie State is competent to I l.iw. 1 public respect -
Iiged did not amoaiit lo a fullici'iit excus' exUMrtled by the hitter of the con tilution (10 ': j jail thereon. Hie contempts tI.ltlre i' 1 hear timid determine causes ; far from it. The But again, it is urged that impeachment is : j as a co-ordinate departrncut.oftlie GeY; '
; ?
the intirttiiiy one that! ( at ll o || rises ari-i under it. cnl..r the Il\'. of I ernment having been the first to assert
tliul :i-t. ij or 's thus puabh"d! ?ro e-ither direct \ Idehiopl4ly j| Constitution declaring that a majority of the true rcimely.Vhysof \Vhy fine and this the
last lenns uf Cour-not at all aff rev.itL' I*. S., it Ail! Avg that those who would 1 t twilLdiaw instilL! or resist the powers of the ; 'the Judges shJIlInllllh" sessions of the Sn- imprison in t'1I"el Why not resort to I t power as representative of tho Court

ted- iu the sli:hte t dt-pn-c inrn-a.:ed- ; any Ca.-e of t'nis; ileS'Tiplinn. from ,!' ('ourts or the persons of the Judges who prel i ]prcmo Court" IUlIl the law of I 1815 that that remedy in any all cases? The elUtinction U also over be.Associate for neglect of duty, I shall '

It ewiir.ncv'l: a* JaclkSouvilU-; continue! that jiui-iclioi! mast sa-tain the exemption : t side there, or else arc consequential which, J, 'three of the JustCfs (at that! time a majority most obu ions. Impeachment rcmo\es the I equally ready, under the like circumstances -

to prevail trnuh lh mrcwnling; k'un. or( tin-! ; rnin! in the *pii it and true meaning !' without: such gross insolence or el'rttt! oppo. i j (of the Court) shall be a quorrm to tlo bui- officer attachment compels the pcifonnance ,j
the p *.!t (3rat T.mpa. Maiianua and fa1Iz1ea,44'wiIh c.f th! ,' coti'tit'itjonLkhi spirit: ami truehttataiX3g j' i tition! I.I..illl.H'mt to create a universal tsregard i 'ness," eqmll3? foibiil it ; yet there is nothing: of dnl 3'. A sheriff, cleik or other ollieer may i over myself proper and should to exercise feel humiliatedto the s.ma -

entire inability on hi* pnrt 1.i : must !II *<> apparent as to (\l'rrultll' > i : of their aut 1orit). The pii.icipal in- I which forbids his sitting tocflVctanorg.ini- be fined, whilst the remedy by iiipe.ichweit: j power assert it claimed
I as inferiors and
read a tilgl uonl :brief 01 authu or trii: ? a Mii lc opinion, .: the labor i-f tlie en- It was rwnteneU-U tl.-., :e.t c 'r'o eut.'rt.jn. |punishable by aJt.icM iIIe1t aro ciu--y, ,..iI ,iV; ;j .ct 10 m -anize tne supreme Court protKKs J( It is said uu c ef, toot in me instances ut l i| luV; (4.4.4 actuw .4 of tic; "Court nd a ;nbef: i itIi
lire trim, U iti! tie'! oxceptiou of bis tiuitijr on and t\\..>n-f'if lid mable! nor fculiju-t 1'1 iii i i i ijuriaiiiction ioiiowiirj Kin'vls:: : those! committed t by inl--rior that if any one or two of the Justices are j exertion of power by other bodies there is an I after ihe award of the attachment. On the

the l etieh itu4 l joining:in IJIMi"li.It\'il: : of tho IVdoral 'Clullile' I j j.ugi'ami! magiatra'.es (for cases Mated.) bysirft disqualified disabled from: hearing or deter- ( express grant, amid!, where this U the case, Ii day fixed for the atlendarcc (the 24lh) Justice -

thus I'el devolie-d upon his associates. Ti.is, \\'i h'ng arjninK'iits( ," aid thif ('vut: draw i ifion :, baililF?', goalers and oilier! ofliccrt, 1I by 'initiating cau,;e or causes it shall be the none can be imjlied. There will 1.( found to I U1 OIt entered a protest as well against

labor was williot; 10 have nunicd : ;ail. ,, : the nature of guvcniment mId from the j :a'toniies and solicitors, 1)3' jurymen, by witi'duty of (the Justices of the Court to notify j be a mistake in this 1':!I''r.t. In the c.ie exparte I' the orter! of arrest as that of notification, committing -

.1"r was an additional reason tor not .allow- ;Denial "li iiit of an instrument and urged for I i nesses, 1 13" parties to any suit or proceedingbefore I j I any one or two of the Judges of the Circ't lenIer.on the very point was con. himself beforehand to the condemns

in; l.iJ tUtement a. a 6aisfuctory excuse. Il tlitisal4ed pm-p0" of 1ItTOin: the construction i| 1 the C.urt. fconie of these contempts j I j (Court to attend and try and hear the said sidered and elhposed 1)3' quoting die opinion tion of ihe measure. T ehvoswciJlte?, at

or di?
flpp iitmcnt of a Circuit Judge Ifgal l and requite: it i is propvr $to jJace.in oppositesclll', I ;and contuiiK'lions b haxior 1 obstinacy, p-'rerseiicss I Now obiousy: if (ten of the Circuit J \'g'sI Court of (the United; tat's.u It did not suit an order, upon full and mature consideration -

proper, his acting at all, tthilat under the! thoM? pii-iciplodrawn! t'lom the same source I \' or prevarication, &c., others in the I, lie elNqualified or disabled the power of op..osntii'ent till purpose of the people! in framing this "that(! this order bo considered as
disability! wv i0jrfp.] as. the. dcciwons? in which po to Mistain the woids ii: their full!1 1 j ,nlJH nrc of the part, as by eli: ob! ::"ng UHf |. devolves upon the remaining Jus- great charter: of our ;liberates i : (the Constitutionof I cipungcd from the records of the Court."-

\ihicii ho CUIClt fur liLt. reason bo ftporaiKin and iinjiort. One of those whichLas i! trltingwith tUresHrt! { the king's writ cr< tec who constitutes the Court for that pur- I (the U. S.) to provide for a minute With due respect, such action is wholly'un-:

justly questiutiable or even ccml- invalid. !| ; bet'n JUVSM-*! willi great force !by the i Ihe rJes :or process of the Court q'(., and I lose, and his duty is to give the notification cation of its powers or to declare the spedfi-I known to intelligent Courts and without warrant : -

Moreover ha bad a>.n ls judges \ counwl( 1 far the plaintiffs in eiror i is that the ju. by any thing in short that demonstrates a required. Such has been the practice of the btvwhich these powers should be or authority. Protest in legal languageis

that in the exent ,' c iulirmity) continued or I dicial .power ol every well constituted govmniont I gross want of that regard and respect which i, Court. The rescinding order passed by my execution. A Constitution which should a legislative act or the document of a Cap.
was not rt-liexed by the next"teim.. that be ) must bi : .JI.t'nsirc vilh the Lris. I vi JI11 once Courts of Justice are deprived of, i Associates is as follows : 10 guard agaiit t.-.in an accurate detafl: of aM' tho minute tain asserting damage or injury to his vessel.

would resign.i I bad a (u! eonueJion, to', I/,,,liN', and! mn>t be capable deciding every i (thrir authority (so lI
that the :appointment ot a judge for the Je-ru j ju.ti'i'-tl .|(H'-ti-'ii which glows cut t cf the con ilor of the J.ilJlom, ,) is entirely lost among tile made standing:; order of this Court that no ; iat and of all the means 1 by which hey lativc |11O.is! very rarely, as in the House cf

was uot only not provided for by lit. law. sjImt tit'i>i<.i) atid l.rw. 1 por.pe.! -1 Ul.icks.tone, 2S5.U The proCI'SSi ; j entries shaIl1c inado upon the minutes there- j 1 1i be carried into executionc.., would partake Commons ii: England in the case of Wilkes,
prcbibiicd by thConstitution.. >,u'j;* '. If :mv propositinn: huibe con'itItrt'ilat i j i attachment for these and the like CuuItenitts i- i o.: in \:':ltioll and without the concurring j of the prolixity of a legal code and could I with doe deference improperly h introduced intD

(or'r deiz lib 01( t.ti.il;1t,1 13941t( !" I a j.<'i'cal!; :i\iom, this ue think fII 'I.'c Pl :t tO4U.MUs ; mutt necessarily bo as ancient as (the juUhoiity and consent of a majorityof the scarcely( embraced b3" (the human mind. I the t';,ate of the United Slates on the occt*

of fiizens; din-ct (rom J&d..m'it.! t.f tho 'rod. In rea-otnn iij>oii itt.\I1t I,ihw J : ; tb'msl'lJ'or laws without a com- rrsrUng Ji'S'i-rs thereof, unless the same bf Its nature, therefore, requires that OMIV its tioii of the protest of President Jackson,

highlit' ret| eeaLijty: : and ttiniling. a; 1., Iii.cf.to. tlract( quc>tion, there would pioliably ci-t\ petent :luttlOl its' to seem c their administr.iti m for the adjournment or coxtinuanee of the legal great outlines should be marked, its illlPor'l whose f.inie was not in the slightest ad
Am:1 informed! that be ". j in no eOtltrlI..t.r of opinion respecting it. Mei i from (!lisobeti!
btUtr Lhl titan u!ard: an en ;.
crdiisary) IJI 'ia.lTh. .- of tbt-M-"|iuilee proves also the propiiely of giving L j I .Siiiiremc Courts of justice to suppress such o:f 1531, organising the Suprema Court." See from the nature of the objects them- tIle order as an act of c'nsir. His error

wa* a U-Vicf. uft my mind (.f a .ll''i.i..1 l 1 tleliarejj.iid extent to it. Tlie mischitrtous con=eqiences s I I contempts 1'V. an iaitnudiateattachnicat: cf thei I i1ule3. H In' ."-2 Florida, 293, quoting McCuIIoughvs. will probably lx corrected by the rcmarts

ami! ott Lit"pail to |ttrl.rl conten'l the duly. of (fUA rflici.tl fetation. In ti.is con- ; :U',' al.so entitled to great confederation.! : It I judicial establishments and must lie au inseperatile j I jority to adjourn and continue the legal terms In .\Anderson. Dunn, (the snuj'ct was still that memorable period. Thus tho former

I 'tiou' is iuipoil.int iiotice the action: would pr< ttrafc, it lias been saul the (;, > attendant upon every superior tribunal. : or to effect{ the organization above alluded to, more particularly considered, in a case as to : "I'hiatvlkhi made this resolution whichwe
of tho Court at ihi* ,,'ri.... Tie! llrid of crHm III and its lairs at thcjccl of very Mate' j Accordingly I we .find it actually exercised as I and thins ;fs surrendered the entire question in the power of the House of Kepicsentativcs have now amendcJ p.irticulaily offensive

January l injr; th-' (ir*1 Mondiy, was the d.tv in the "MUlti. Tlio laws must bo ex..ul'llIt early as the annals of our laws extend ; and our conception. For if the Circuit Judges of the United States to punish for a contempt.It I was this-it proposed to expunge our journal. S

fixed )by lw for bo].Jiiig tbe Supreme Conrt \ iidi\idial: acting within the se-vnal, ,j! though; a vry {earned author seems incliuai I disobey the order of the Justice notifying was expressly admitted {hat there! was no ]It called on us to violate, to obliterate, to

at Tallahassee. deiive this process Yiom the statute of them to attend they are clearly Fable: to attachment power gfvcn by tha Constitution( to either 1 erase our own record It was calculated
('. Jn.tice ; on the' 4ih. the ('. J. an'! \" o- and if the; Courts of the Union; ; cannotcorrect i\Vetmin.. 'J, 13th Hd.: 1, (which ordains that I for disobedience to the order. Tlie House to punish fQr contempt except when fx a particular stigma a peculiar mode of reproach :: -

cut Julil. nul'emt '1 IK- lur was tI'1: die judgenienJs: by wLich they may j j ji in case the process of tha King's Court be re- t quotations already made from Blackstone es- committed by their own members ; nor did or disgrace on the resolution of March

adjourned, until the llth, \hpn t11' ('. J. was i :I Ipresent. enforced the eourM-c/f (;Joxemnu-nt may I it'llll. the jiower of any great man, the I tiMMi this. Amongst the contempt the criminal or judicial power given to the last. It was designed to distinguish it anti
On the J l\th and 13ih: he was presa' anv ti.ne bf47rrrct/ by the trill if! WIl I Ii slicrifTsii.'ill chastise the resisters byimpnson- rated arc the disobeying or cnume-I United .States in any part expressly extend to reprobate it in some especial manner. Tho.

tnt nlone. On the latter day the 1 Olt:5 i ii. merntrs. l'ach member Kill JXKSCSS ci i j ment. and if the sheriff himself be resisted lIe disrespect the King's writ or the rules or process I the infliction of punishment for a contemptof attempt to induce the Senate to expunge its

adjourned to the 17th. On the iSth, present: rein on the trill>"t/r uholc. j i iWe ihall certify to the court the names of the I of the Court." .1 ma k. 2R t. To the either House or any ono co-ordinate journal has failed, signally and effectually

the Chief Justice, when an ordtr was made: t. readily concur with tim counsel for Ii j principal offenders their aiders, consenkrs same effect is the decision of this Court in branch of tho government yet the Court failed. The record remains, neither blurred,

to notify the two Associates to b. present 011 i defendants in the dec'aration' that tho case j co-nmanders and favorers and by a spec'al' I the case of Mitchell vs. Maxwell! in which held that there i is not in the whclo of that I blotted nor disgraced." This was on its rejec

the iiltfi, MI il:(ui titer order the altar Itment which has been put, of direct Legislative ewiit|| judicial they shall be attached by their II the means of executing the law not be'ng admirable instrument a grAnt of powers which I tion. Afterward, on the occasion of its

of on. It. :)i. Pearson. On the ftilth :iifc for the purposc (fappro\ing the acUnowledgid :' bohe-3 to appear before the conrt and if they provided by it, tho Court said : The law is does not draw after it others, not expressed, I passage, Mr. Calhoun saiJ-" No one, not

. ;present the C. J. and Associate Dul'ont, I jniwcrs of CJovcrnmTit are ex- i j becoinicted thereof they shah bo punched, well .'tt.l'll thai whenever a power is given but vital to their exercise not substantive and blinded by party zeal, can possibly be insensible

when the C. J. proposed to proceed with | (trcinv cases sd in the hope that thv w ill i t.c.: ,) he afterwards more justly concludeslhat ;, bv statute, every thing necessary to make it independent but auxiliary! and subordinate. that the measure proposed violation of
business, but Associate. Justice Dul'ont nol |never occur, but we cannot help Ldic\'illg it is a part of the law of the land and as | effecttal is given by implication for the max- But if tlu're is one maxim which necessa the Constitution.: The Constitution requires'

concurring;, tIll Court was adjourned the I J that a general con\icti of thc lotal incapacity I I such is confirmed by the statute of MacnaCharta. I im is, quando lex aliquid conecdlt: eoncedere rily overrides all others in the practical application tl.o Senate to keep a journal, this resolutiongoes
Court in coarse. | of the (j'ovenimeut to protect itself ridclut 'et id per quod dcrenetur ad illud." 2 of government it is that the public to expunge the journal. The Constitution .

It will thus be (CI that no term was held 1 and its law in such ca"es would contribute .' If the contempt be committed in the faceof Florida 597, citing 1 Kent's Com. 4t;: &e.t funatioiiAries must be left a liberty to exercise says the journal shall be kept,this resolution

for the transaction cf business oxunj to the l i in no inconsiderable digree to their occur- I the court, the offender may be instantlyapprehended t They Ilierefore ordered the arrest of the citizen the powers which (lie people have: entrustedto says it shall be destroyed. They tell ud

failure ol one Associate to attend and ol (the i rrlI1c1ir.! to subjects that might be and imprisoned at the discretion I in Hse of his refusal to answer as required.A them. The .Y.icrest and dignity of those that the resolution on your records is not to be

objection ol the other to proceeding uith ihe expected to proluce coHisionf : "Tnosa Iioftlie judges, ithout any further proof or single Judge having power to pass the order who created them require (the exertion of the expunged but is only to be endorsed expunged..

busint'ss in the absence of that Associate, i sions riay take place in times of no ( : >examination.. But in matters that arise at a I lint pow"er to enforce it. There is the powers indispensable to their creation. Noris Really, sir, I do not know iort 16 argue
thus a b'gh' co-ordinate department t f i i i dinary commolion. nut\ Constitution is distance and of which the court cannot have authority: of the Legislature w ith the additional a casual conflict with the rights of particular : against such contemptible sophistry. You

Qnt e government, vested wMi the most important formed (for ages to come and U designed to so perfect a knowledge, unless by the confession I sanction of the Court itself. A like result individuals any reason to be urged againstthe are going lo vioLate the Constitution, a.nd you

ro\Et for the preservation of the publicpeace. approach immortality, as nearly as human in. of the party or the testimony of others i j would follow from the conceded power to exercise of such pcrf ers. That the safetyof get rid of the infamy by a ''falsehood. Yoa'

ol. social order, of the administrationof stitutions! can apjitoacli it. Its course cannot I they either make a rnle to sLew cause whyI I one Julie to adjourn and continue the terms the people is the sftpreme law not only yourselves that tin resolution is,xpunged' -

was. about to be icndcrcel! totillyincicient always be tranquil. It is exposed to stornis011th I an attachment should not issue against him, i which ;is a power likewise for purposes of or- comports with but is indispensable to the exercue I i hy vour order-Jet you say it t3 nit i'unged

!J this susptnsion of its vital func j j (ernpest.*, and! itsframorsmust be ullwiseslltcsm,11 I I or in very_ flagrant instances of contempt the |I ganization and carries with it the power of of those powers without which that You put your act in express words you record *
ton! ;. ) i i !they hare not llror lcd il as far t attachment issues in the first instance." 4 i! fine and imprisonment to prevent contempts( safety cannot be guarded." They decided it and then turn round and deny it." &1

0 me above other, occupying: the re.pontji'1e '. i) as its nature will ]>crinil with the means of I iiaek.2SO.; ; of the Court in the execution of the duty. that the power existed by implication from 1 Benton's :30 years 550-728. Such is tho

position:1 of presiding eilliccr, tl.e ;, fclfpntrriflion{ [ron the. .jrrils it may be (i Thus by distinct, declaration, without ex- I With a power admitted for purposes of or. necessity and on the principle of self-preser act which my associates have thought worthy
I of ankind all to compel the atten- vation."-See 0 Wheaton,204. of imitation in a Court of Justice-the Su-
question addressed itstli. ith in'fi-il.le pn miu'ence 1 destined la cneozfcr.j iorernmcnt oughtlo repLica officers arc puni.lla.I j I U1ization-with power
and force whether there W not po\\'- Lc so tlejcctirf in its orpaniza'ton as not to I I br attachment and all courts are bound : ehnte of a Judge or Judge, although of the By the Constitution of our State the judi- prcme Court of the State. In other respects
cr in the Court cllf, for: redress in:sutbenurgeney ,t contain triihin itself the means of securingit to puiiish, their officers for neglect of duty or Circuit to effect this purpose, it would! be I cia.1 power of the State, both as to matters of the reference is an unfortunate one for them'

or w tts the tribunal: whoMy! impotent nrcu'.iun of ;:s 0:1'.' laws against other I other unbecoming conduct either openly in etitDcult to resist the exUtence of the powerto !I IIi law and equity, vested in the None of the actors in that scene ever failedor

and ("owerK1**. I deemed it 1 due to (hose who, dangers than 'those trhkh occur cccry day.e Court or out of it. The ,cnlj. escape from ; the fun' extent of organization.: A power What i is a power but the ability or court3.-1 refused to discharge a public duly, nor -

in :generous confidence, had n-jwsed in I Courts justice are the means mest uuah1yemployed I such conclusion i js, that the judges are not Ii for a particular purpose is to effect that purpose doing a thing What is the were they at any time the apologists of a :

so high and pacrcnl a trust-to my own deep and it i is reasonable to expect that officers or that each member constitutes the and the means are given adequate to thing"but the power of employing the means known delinquent. The names of Jackson .
fensa of responsibility! the integiity of the ': Government should repose on its own Courtsmather I Court so that he can prevent such action of the end. A power for tho partial and not necessary to its execution ? The use of of Calhoun, Clay and Webster, even cf Ben-

Court, the character uf the State, the main- ,' than on others. the Co-irt upon himself. cntj-e. acccmplishmint of a purpose-to be means to execute a power granted results by ton himself, are free from Bach reproach.. '

lenaiicc of the Government itself) that a reinody i- I i It is very true that whenever hostility to Each of these positions is alike untenable. I exerted against some and not all tho members necessary and unavordabla implication from 0 j :. ,. .r. At

if any existed adequate to the occasion, the exiling"stem shill bcconro universal; I Judges are in law treatises styled' officers; I of a Ctfnrt-would be unheard cF. Nor is it the very act establishing a government and To Cram ScRATcnEs.---Wnen, the .aC< I.

.houltll. applied. In a matter of Mich seiious ', it will be also irresistible ; the l people! made i chief officers of the Courts and the Court i i an answer to say that the order is addressed vesting it with certain powers; for, whereverthe .S comas in at: nigb' his leV should"b. pasted
unmkeit. !I consists of of the if so to tie Circuit Judges and the compulsory end is required, the means are authorized. '
moment all merely! personal eon-idera-! Constitution and the people can a majority Judges, be ,then
i clean and rubbed as dry as may
If there be which is apply
lions, cither in reference to others or to m\, It is the creation of their will and li\re.many are present, and if not such as are prcs- :. power is confined to them alone. By no any general principle
self did not as they were not permitted to only: 1 by their V ill. Hut this: supreme and ir- I cut at the time and place fixed by law f..Ir means. The notification makes them Judge/ I inherent in the very definition governmentand I good vinegar, rubbing it 'W.n.to toe kjn. *
', of Court fiac rice-and it is essential to every step of the progress to Two applications a day are luSjciec!. I haTe
Lave the tlightest 'h" ,it. Tlie question was resistible power to make or unmake rUIJt3only holding its terms. This much tfc ascertainfront tile Supremo pro '
no"indevtl aiFicling the te-rv existence of the | in the vhole body of the people, no! in j the authorities cited that there is no lisfar. their refusal to attend and perform the be made by it, it is that every power vested ataavs found it a sure prerentive and a certain -
i' committed which the law enjoins as Judges ,of the in a government lila its nature sovereign and cure. If the legs bjrvo become cracked
them. Tie tin tioll offences by duty
Court 'I1lt'rt.IS no time for invefcligstion:: I! an'if $,obilit' inns of attempts oj as to any any
be held in includes by force of the ternf a right to emPloy and sore apply the vinegar freely and add a
embr:1ced311I Court that they are to as
ation ofiioer!! all Supreme
it is
nor >csrch for precedents, but the event made i any of the pirls to exercise vsurj> -no exemption are .'
the Chief all the means ,requisite and fairly applicable piece of the size of a common hickory
those to dole the make such to defeat I have been asked if copperas
it incumbent on those having control of the j andon"ht 10 be repelled by sllbj ct. Why exception contempt.
and the law why, ;, Justice absent would the exist to to the attainment of the end of such nut to a quart of vinegar. This i is worth
matter to use Iho means within their reach j propcltcrc delegated i/ic power oj repellingc ;I the very object} purpose of were power
', the '! him I I answer unhesitatingly in the power unless hey,are excepted i the Consti- to any farmer more than the Ronil costs a -
without re-yard to nice and arbitrary ; it. Cohens rs. Virginia \ 261. if Judges commit oflences prohibited by Stllfor
their pes.Tirm'itive.. It i is vested in the Judge present tntion or are inimical'o'r contrary to the esseo- J'Nr.-II. PsycF, Loctport, N. F., 19.
the be
the from
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;; I j i have neeii, .acti! ncab'y! la tie pceL1ca'ioi5S j
Jlorfoian & Jfaurnal.TALLAHASSEE( nt '-; tO *A :.i.y itl..i- cnuolte' tcr the St.- : Flr' The la-t Stltrtl costains an

1 I.rtluc B.t !. cr.u. tte.XeL.F.IO w-ctiiMi b(31flJ the ai t, pi.l! kija sa.d Bn article Sir. ,
: 'uWa1ts.tr. kill ijuvrtioa U nt tlj-t aL.t.t.l' I;. :;. ... .fb' ; :: :- : of tU aa auJ Je.ivtr tL.i.i to the llallroad:: ly

4.M7.I h41t "lIt Jl4ICr.ftirC i tl.e Cuttit.. '' C lit i. j rt.t I oat tt.o .itis 4.s. I :
: tl icM re tl ituf a in.ituri'f: courw, that Ja'v'! : i j reqairfJ t P e.n tie ccrtifiwte au.thorirt.1 to le
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lucsi., .. !t, VtO I L.i .% t j Ail that the Trustees 1 ave to Jo r-re'Iim'nary to
-r.jrd will l< vUctetl C<>r.diu7 tLU.il i iU ; attached to the lonV.j etf tLe severe! Kailn a.l Con-
uTlu.ju 1.y t'e '.-.l41 tlu i itt .-. !. tutbcriy ami on : te; certificate required -
h co Jgil give
yutifyii.g; lu fu QS do livt L'now t'u. i,< law.
iruiv :'i.ti21 js9.JT" I to be.e uiid that z. a LLoii& and Siari.e1U (dllo Jdielt1a4t L,) that pu; | ty the thi.o1 acttlon nLieh Is the *iprur.ge>f pities, ti-ned cadtr ti Internal Tn'1ruvritt

--4-- S I \ .r. itt n.iiV.i iion2 th, l'. -iott in tke ljul vt.* sI ;in r i'ie Trueto. twil Dor-ils til in i tL.' i iMi settle-n. is to sic toi It rtitI-l be enous1 to rf--r tv Jt'dge LaVsojtlriol'

j Mr. J. J. V x e II \M K I4s licea. >| |- .utrdfgrta a a t'.l4t.l: Jult-r !1.0 11' tl.r of the liVwl 1..j.Jar ; i i spce tit: -'-Hire of whitli his Lc -n trivvn t'S

r* -it ?
I fw* t: Jt*< .e', 11.1 ii. _t iri j that it that Treu'ayttlLite
and I willpuMisli
rr414i..r.r..riIIpa'nc. tlu&r.ctt r atJ LaUI,)(ttt of fla.itur t* Mute Ijnlt, aud : ofthe State Engiutcr. Lattaese conditions {i hope y.'u
$ S ( S an e- *>rim.i'y to read lt. I iiay state, svit'iut -
gins us gnat j Jouurc Iu UiUom itee etnaplijiitLUn Get io !L..1! the aiue iu tni..t t lei n coinjiliid with, iLc TruUcs themselves i ;
Th ofiier } ;, inter..liii : lo ftJ"y erf. ttat the
IVotfrc. lot i .Iipurlg.-ur-etit
I rfJIail JSOJKHc ntimrk* ( / .er ct-nteKjx-iary, ill all | 11" in U e taid Act th" reina 1 .L-tt-rtuine and cannot nubeuit! l h.y delcgition to
: >u ;unilij's Ittwetn the buursof I 12 M. ai.d 1 1*. M. j ; reputation and andinr of Judge Ijiw f* au sbl
their Ifnvth bxul breadth | V ri..cs Julie are ieyj'iitd jijJgmeiitand! iletermin:it'.ou of cre-tLtr

The v. / al-n armiiiicati U wUeb I CUM it i.ec b I I al Las f jurist, not topeak i-f his dUiutt-rc-.trJnrss 'n this )
< *> paMiis a c nuaiiuly may Wlit tin-r Trustees can set ly att m'y at j
The Miradrr l'rts- I I suljet.. give rint weiglit to his opiniem. cTtuj
recoiuimtndii Allen 11. Dutfc. L- j., of BOUrt r rft reIHe.i .,' a qucsii.in of i.oliit'w doubt ai.d controversy J JI
\Ve Lave l>ni l IIMHU to M.that thia) pn-s rill i w !Inn cot Katitled I citations of mijLoritir*. Fits
L y
J.tCkuaC4uLty, likeuiM- for A*K>u te Justin In dUiriuiuuig ihe node I am inclined, however, to believe in the language j'
!>< rntiou t er* in tu H it woikCorrection. I I a* in jutTrincnt llr. Dav'u arg>Tra.-t.t is 5L-f'-
: i [Ite Uriai.ua TVfi ;.* } lLat Jj-l;e FinVy. j llMy tan UK M eolacloel.lly. of the Court of Errors of New Voik, that the befer my
I | { live. I e to call attention te at IcaH some cfIn
but VtltzJlll.g Idiuttlf clivible nt.ltr the C"n- j Lesfeily p.rlomi the dall.sof is.tliat they may at l-y atroiney so f.ir as prjH

I, 1 Ia ourlat-t i i>e ve tattd that Mr. IVpy thAlVrney tlUiU'ion dl noil hc a caneiidate for thC Supreme t, .t Litre couic to the ,: ; i rejarJa mere e x xu'.ory: or tistt-ria1: :c'.s ; that is, i ts fLtat;.
: admits that ill In*
i t'.e! Crst plae. ITr flivis
(leu-ial, had >.p] ofcd the rtferctice maslel.y Court. IheVr c4r. auirkVarn : | all .l-aid Trti-tfts lawfully | may execute i JreJ for the sale or lease ot prc p- *
i j rp'.sion, "Tubrin* and Paclficc* are cr.rr.-ct iu
the Tni'ifrt to J tid r La w. \V.hac.izcc keeainjurtited t .u? ore the rtvt.imu. i. .nioij (-.1. CLuf and S cu<-nrr< t.t votisauJ fiction, i il j < ty attorney bal they CannOt dcNgitc! the au-
Aatticuite J. ,tieo* ,if thi t'ourt. As IM. au S .--'onu ] that paitof their rea e-ning wherein they negro
jet duly u-e'1uirt.1 !
tlwil ttii< Ma1tn; >t-t.t vac tn crr r. Mrlipj. lo i-eil! and c"ine-y. e-r to contract a M>luttIy
....,iw< fu kt ln I n ii'H.lf! UIH] nswrbiiTr h *r-l : ; fjvinuatLciiU ard preeedtul that all the act to
wL.l-t willing ta --'a'.n! nil Ui.libt( t.. 1 t izc.1 by siid iitl. including tht: .. the.r; 'rP'1 and rat.iieatwu. The ill.tine- j
itie'-uliifwlilsof a |Mtitii LaI.lItLtf1tebfln cl.iuititt! Whelk .ttnibt hqitt t < that l.i.i nut eci lit.rateptxia'ed iii tl.e i ij vvLit involves discretion cud juJg- y
: | .M.T1. u tiu'j.i-t |1rEa1.| a m jvri i i* between and of II.Ltnd .
: ia tL cmidnet 'mnnagnutnt
el. thc Ti iiit xs co .Jd apply any c-f tL fvi.-l- ilitmytnrtjt .V'. I' 'i- a vrnt.r in thh.i /". i-Atn ho* h.t.' lh-'t i lini.u l <]aii3 then ii. Can a t-Lt.ai-.J a to iLs 3 c( .iaire iqxc'iie' act. In unit *
.. .. tin- I.-I ... I power the fua.1 ti.t-A% ld (r..s-s th! ,'ir wl \ tL* deal-
t ar-a-v. : *.li iw l I of i.L I: > -!;; tc apjxrtuletl by thin act
f fvtlu CVUKfcd! dvit .n. Uit qiws- : the Tin-tee nu-t ait in in
] firmer pcron
ami fl itii\ :) \4 tlv>u-jli a tI'ifll1iV.' liny Lst.l reel the rieeuUvu of tin truat c-isc i ii ", will* CailrvT.I Ciirpaaics artie! >rireJ to Wild
Con aul Lea iuJii-j iLk f>< an >itiMiitltowt ;' 'e .. 75bI John eU.i .
| !
uO.4JCrllI4r il.1i.t1v' ll. lit k<.t we rf rt is, : i latur tie may Jtl.gve. > I ..fthe lin.- ..f ri idj protklcJ for itx tliset.
f' yiT-'fni it lie is at lib) rf' |SHr4 r- IbHU. UUzel.( for ( hkf Juilice. abd ('..I. C. C. > a--iK.a iht uiiiMiriU, sod i j I>p. CSS-y.' S Cute. AS:. :5 l''ge; 4J 7. lusliue any p-irt
I the whole. view t t if""e by f ".ajoritj of tht T1evftei teat a
vf ?
V.- tn.i.i Ijtt- Wot ) U.e L .t
cuanl fni totii ; ety flit taay the sate or lease if Liuls tin-re is coons for the *x-
-S i n i it ..' f_r .A wmt.Ju ln s TLi is a ijUAtiou iif I Lst i h'r tcriclhtr.."
crttion ai.d mtit in making
t-f much jud j
rollwfi' .MJ& *f (hr U.1d. 5- -- ILniud in U-c authoriti**, aud I !I Mr. PaLs fa-tin r far Tlir rca rn gi vra (*'>"

V Itaif ji4l tss tlivwai rwj y !' -Jtim'* til* IleJil : ,.il I'l.-r iJr." t_. ifaith the amwer uhicii ti l-argUin, nnd thia cauu.'t Its iMrgatttl.! v\kiMtli* tst tatht-rilit.- tilr.l) H that r-ttllk' 0-tsVflhihrC tfi (

IS44ffl4. a rw .'..r.iin fin- !> ,".. t l-i>4i : | i:4'ht: : til' ,.f ?. |.ip i1.'L t it.-'iw-l i.i Atiui; 'I It is andoubtcdiy Ira-, as i I rnaj be e.ii.ttu l by K-rucy.: lurrgarJ j i quirts II jt a ?ruj.-iity bhotd! pof the lotweri.

j 4-u tl ) -i i tl t y..all'! It I it. t f. liLa these certificate the-re in hut httc! Jitrritiou. it Mn
.t ,
li"-t. I,. lit, 4 'a. i. !: t <> 1
I. l ? i i atttu-l
4 4 aw t It ( -t1ktc l &t...t.5ia B.ivii-j: equal |i..w. r, Sue the inabiiily rrftifal tf any cue to tI
1 a&ri..iu.4 i's 'L.r.avttr. l'-iii! f to that the rtlCcate is em the
: in j vli.lar
4 t aIt.-* el1 *(il. It lr Huw rtliItllt44 it. d rbffn ; I'j t.'i.ol Ct.t tirae. bat : I py I vst-ttitt. er l is di-a !refLii'iit witfi! the rest, a.uljte.at
,, .5 .k..t 11 ...iI i au .. i >1 r>-.!.c. tiv.l> by U' W t ; ty the Coup-roller. ti.l! tLe TnarErer ai* i
'wi v. tp.tqtt iIrth j4s tiStkP4 ; anl 'iuilkt injnn
l.hjacJLi Ss "f th tru4. (-.t 4O, S the vbject iti tVe t W public -
i4ht "T I1 ltl "' ..flI 1 \4i.l. :... jLl. i*. L.r, s;. fl. ..n wt. .fc Ituri.iz : >.::2aed it, ai d that the rtrt.fca'e of the Slr.le j *"
I .1 .Ii.w.t'e alitI Ut J *>M t' j.. nt in v .i>h 4>i. w t4.4vr'lt4t- t. ti hfftoliug tl.e ruThe lUv'u-tiU c n lt-is.lH the ftrtiCcate jaust be SigilC't I
: tani". It i j-u'.il-ln-d' l-y Jam. K <;.u<:iiir. "I IL-y re to t :hu these pn.v.sktusef 5
"I $ I' ii Ilk. tl' I fcUt.n .
sic truri implies j ttuil I In i.e. Ii ff the! Trustee*, l eau-e h* says the sign-
L ; i..I | C,.. 1.l +. liovuin iht.nl'.i a IK.! ; Iiuit.r 14 '.In- net have U en corspiKxl: stht, anJ that tint Cai-I
!l7.Z. 1.t' I Itt the tiuvtet?, rsgurta that I ini i- i.o-i :i 4-* ..er.itit'1 ut a pf-ifc att. Ikt, U*
I ..n i|fiilj ni.ite r* crrtificste moths the ijuirimnt of il.i. art : -
I (.S..rt 1 is i a It. .l : I
thai utilidenceb find
I cut ti n : j.ty thee prlucipUs he aJajiti to this matter
i M ttI *:1 i Mi'a.It b.1hlqdt t.. I *!1 lJ.*- lv jaJ .4<'* t' .- *.,!-l.. -'if.,j it j*| ..r, iinl Ji y the aj
I .i.! vr ti<>!i erd N-rrity .full. I -4' t.rtlHrttw fvaswt v Itith !.* .aya is the fuiin-
.. .. !i I IJ.UV I*. Mttiy i.' j i"'ti-yi-g, i f.' rll I !:ir.ud ;.- uiutt the perforwaute 'i aLicIa tlry can I
: i i. '.tlt.lllIl. 113 ,
I 'ic i*:iM i. j > i j a5t tloroPtdy Sttlit'l In tt-tti.>uvr ie mletf the tiiaji-t-ity. is not
.. ,. ,:..'I. t > MiTrCMtlt-u fr :j it> tvwj.rA alone cm:suit U> the giairg tw! tcnifitvl.I'.ot eijnrilly
I i | i ( Ittl-i | :< u (to. ) r< ; rvU.it :n r.-ftre p 5 t.p the! ssssj..rity
i.l4t} C. .!' 'i' wit1t' ttit.t k'i'l I-.r*<-ly d vt>tl I.. i uLeiv a 8'irj''e! ait of fw .-t-a b rv 'iin-J ii> lite cvi-
I r ry tii.ja1.ii t t1.4r. tq It j i-r- j 1 G.id U u -*!>. .'. ., .. j 4.'. ; ,ti.i.r..I 1'i.r-Miiiiitti.i I l! un4went! t'f U' j I of a UWCT. that nUlf CtliM.iitjttn..t U- |'
.4.tk / .' $ V' II. Nk
't .t. | p4y> ;tti| ) I .', .
( S cJ.-t" a ujority cannot fegally an- ie.t\ t ly, ..i>* Mr 1 hit Kami the reaj -
'. rl.t.ul -: utn; i t'a* itt.purtart and -ft j- j .- lo .TkKlu r. Siijil. w.i lwcr 3 l'at,
; > ::1 \st.. i- -t-i j. .t !!> $ !tt.t !. j To this rat rule j he .
gtn< an rsc j 'on '.ice-i .hit .tlMrwi"the inability pr refiwil -
I ( i.-i'lin IK'- !..,! tt. | }< oi lb.--wiii! U, $lit. rary liar- J j If | 1LL).
t t : nit ; i Hi. o' tain ia relation I
lo.uol1e tn iff ii a'trnd Iie' dsarvtincitt -
>ri a
t inrtting. or
... .< r .1! l I.e Mmtx .1! I i.1.! nl from < tiat jTin* any
I t ; ftt' .$ : .- II t y very |-j-.r. Uier L.wk \ | rite is actL ritv kr-njii'S >ti isasy
w.ia the
as with. the n t. would defeat the object of
*. i. ;.n I it t Mttr'.irtil-.rs wltl I r |1.h! n. ..- .i lii.': tJ j :ci by atiorui if te.tr.t-ted tw the cnsttl.i.uea |1r-. -
\ i CU1.. 14 K U il tbe ; ; ), the liw said! inU-t( pnMic injury." Now, if all tIn,
-a- e. J t: J i. I-th .,i.J l writ i4 pi-toltirtitMA TlnI ir-' the
? m the so that ie iiis > r. f- j
I poAtr,
whiri tl. fx plion scxnjsto j 'Ire-ice' the woull
lit 'irjB rliliale.!
I -'MI.I' : l'i l ".' ...i.E< HIV..d- "' ,-. b :It art r--.1iir-.l
: I ti..i.sty n* *xt lM. : thecint-.ti.iy! stl-jtet-, f.r. tie' tfcf rcfsaihr ,iK--i"rrrr. of 4lth the
'. .'. 'Ft 'S l'i 5' t t iin-i-tJiV. '. ,.'tt all : one
I i ii < -4 II. 0 .ii-p p > > ] I if the ae&latru.ela U-jst-P a j
i-4act. ry. li..y: ic-tt.! f* r the- sapp-"n peat ... t .Wt-al the .J.-et of the In and
J : i.urfI2y ini. -
: I I.ik. I. n i : ,. i t. 2. .. .. .. v. < ua- ." .. u < t. -t tii-t !. L.r ,i .u:> i ; term of vo rs at a .ult.l rent. .* U sell at J '
1 u'li: li v>u JT< ate.i f..r ou: i t : tfi.l : v" And if ft-r (Isis the
jHitRe I.J.I-J ,
.' :
I H. '.i in 'l'I' .. -. I it.I. I MlUI j.i.ou f." :y v.l! i. vtai.l Ura Lib-1 1 i l j-rue. Ii u true iu th1! tone btkf a* iLsrIs
fltvttkH: a*>d ] tf:1aI.,1: to 1 i ruo .-tit-h--h-1! ibit .1 uisj >s4tt- .LvuM
ttI n I thitw td in! t.i.i.e thiy '. 'I > \ .( tU -i '. >Ill -.-l'j-t: :l J-li.-i 1-J l hi I.'IM ; to be Jt'CC5 Let as t sits llut l.lll- amr.t ios.'sc jjovernj

# ti, i ..5"5.. ,: I. i i,. .j.. u ..... ??.. .. t.. r:,' .tt. j 'lt.nt.i the-'j t-.titai it t.e! fS |t .' I fh..i .. j .-: clu..vt I.' r. ;.-.- ito JtlilK-rative.
-: I9<'itt.oa aiil :i it > t i-ti' ctfi, It .vi-c
I :t : I! ii l,t. l,, ...! 4iutnJiLi-.j n ti.! ir "iil' -ri I. t.u t, n| in li.. n i' ]tittic j \ .'.,_11 u -t it--' i to,' r--see.a ultaiit iii riferefccc to
: | : dtiic.an.iu tn .M ia i n..r. I II
f r the h.ulul action of .. *
tS ,, ui d a i ."iiv : xnl'1. rv_ Hl'< ns'ivsact which the
I t n :
t.1 % 'Mrt.r.
!! !
: 0
: I I If I am lo axilt-rat i.id :hutMjliib<>;. as c -iiuiii'ij{
e wliieh t.i!
I si tijj'.a x< .l.i: u i ..l-.4 el i A thi h-- ttl.e
'I. e -- i.ij *> ri- on |>|> *
th. t.Lll !
:i-i: i .rtin :
i ;
I -I I him t'j.. j I .- .- ':.' n T'11 ii.u; .t.. f"j: f. r- ..'11.- ur r tit iit-iitirj! s -ittr i, th : I : I ,>i n the nz.rnt'y the IM..C iieetlwv *tol ijt.ii.' S .a hr.i.il A tt':J. .i.y ts. the Tru ttr, Mr.
i >
II M \ j i
i' I. < -..11 .' I ..i) ._ it. .1. i !' I [ I.'i .. i >.id.! ; 'Sa,..}.* 1', .-.. isf\\: J. ; -STUB S Albniey 4. t:era!, v.. i tott, in j c leititicat'-s, the J riritt-c j.i-r .-ualiy i-'i-tvuailiiii the [ i'tit'is aJtuil. t.'nt k: -nmi.: th.it.tie! conipntif*

.n.i ..i..f .'... rdr -.. Jtn.i. r.-jiortt &! o in Audit S3. : i : i each j Prrticut! case lift!iuC iLc j r-mfci i irf Into rah. J tht -
.. I Ip > > r< m tf tliit ] 1 u r.n.i L.-i.1 femri.i-Ise.i the cross-tirti.j .
I .
t Iii- i'i 4 iii : i.- MI> *tu'ii .ttr < v t tI.ill be (.tu..2, that I by the Je rtf : : which acti.iMT'ic tin- ttr'tkAUhave Int-D cvmIeJ !
.r \\ c t .Vin..i In.a If k twl'ir' fra'Tii3tv. Mr. -rtsi.d ihi- irvi ar.l! L
p .,,. v" | < >rv.-rthiiig neCtfJtrvj
I .g UIvlut'tt
Hv i I. ns'I I II
wLu; f..iicd tiit -iiilitio;. ( i | !: with, (end I am >tn-.i llrned in tLi ci>n trat- j
I 1 l.t I te Iti. tlt.lfl .1 : I- T I ;. .i i.'tis v. .1 t r. ..n 1 *.t tI;] iinLe t'n.tii J'em< t j ., entitle liwtu ti> the itititatr and re.stdvtIh.'t!

t 'It 4kttSlJ Jit.g. S.ii t4 t4Uittbp.iI.kt. .. !. K.ditj! :.I I e sSJ i tu-3i4-l> a.! j.irt. Wcr. aulii>.'iz.ti to ai:t. .. by (lie ihr.l Ci s-j1ut-s1, whU-h tiuit.a the sri.- : the eonipaniti are cii .-iilitlrd and that thr c Ttiate -

: : ; ,., l >.., t* it ti/ti Ca'e t l''i-nc-d! j to the mere act ufsiiig,) ri' .n I are uf wjHaitwi
'. eil 1i : t 4IItI tt.t it 4: f $ : .- It ciai.tttt, t>ut wlu-n } i.n rt Me to carry out
} j-aiti.i.-.r: ift.t.0. atiugit such mere inisieri.il act legally be ptr-
-- .s- q ( in.iy
& L. .7 1 ti.. the re olutioit \vl.i.li they h.i-1 aright to d.-1.t.
ltI l 1 $ %t I. st I |
it:' ,f the rirbt; of a iu.ij.irity u act liy att.'iiny, and the scatted ;tilati bt
I $ rw <4 ,4tainiitins a.hte] ti anHi I1 | I you are nut by the a.it"u; that they cannot Jjo >
; a. tia t2 'u iti. in th -
t.K i .h.y .c i Jx) eu cf the Kiaj ti. .
J .I I t J0tt 4 l'J. Illl >|U !.>. b* the tttr.ate.bI ; uult-s the Trustee who rifuete f hall cense to rrtittf. -
t piol Hut, bl. stidhe! Lord K The form of the pUnt r>f the attorney f hvthei! hy
I,i i ty u 4 11.3 l l- itorivt UK j.steaf4c siiIsur ji.vt '.f PI4eIii S .n.t3 L1r 6 I IIra' I a/jrvKtcif/Mci all ittc'tit.'tuitn'l 3i.> >riutc iiutriii.ni: sjrnd l I. all the Tru-r-
1: ii the i | y
V bit i ml 11.14UI4WtSt 14W. I ALZ'Wl% (1eir. n.in inmtvd a f-fnut, |4.i I that tInttisj..i'ity lave a right; to detrrmine to da
I'u'aorri'tie es.i4.il I EAVMVTUMrrn\. J t/ary doctrine, he puu tit! etC or a ni.ijor'uy, or t>y rcm-lution, wtiith is the jrt

I i .4itZ.is 1*, (lie ispss'Iaa itiaissLv. Kin]. < 1 hiiC'n Av, irUuj.Lu i 1:. SMIS li-ei-n 'ail.'dr1wia j the disUk. t frnnind that tht 'I all or the liiajori'y, I do not think imjn.rt.uit ,that. whit-li they caMiol tSeetit What is the Uef
.aet1s.ate f.is4 43s b- the rihit unle-M tIny can it out?
rq4y $' aiasLime .rI.itca ,4tho tru.4. : carry
.y 2.igt 1 directs tlti.t tho teu.re! icta to : that it is in riling and the act of a majority.The .
t.. lL flJ.4l-I.t if. lln- tat* ' ., f l.4.l4vj; ., ,WJ1OI.Idt1Cf r.pO4SJ in LUSt. Wt I Mr. l>.ivu agrees that in all matters Mibuiittedly
hi- i.. '...-" ; Wardiii*, ste., -hall lodxi.e next enquiry ar.scs out of the tl'i'.l resolution,
I i: i. r.- e .>, 1nil ill'. .! as a 4 itz. : ol this tiy fi-r t. r thiitv$ j the law lobe con \ .. -.1- 5 .L. w'.i- .iI !ii:. .."-nravc tliatali'c j led its fuiii to all butacou4-nl the form prescribed for the certifiraliand! the
I \ tlTr l I"- -In:,. I. Vir. .-'\ i-an ,. .. .. .'. j -Trii.-it-es of the Inti-nikl Improvcrueut Fund, which
Jwp.- ., ... -, -. .- i % fj- ( .y .in': :', r i :Iiis it .r'slui 1'it Uif I a-nl routrolV llsc tt9tructien of kigniug. I am of opinion that this reso
t < *., ti'"m i> ,.. .. ... t i-i.tttrrs require deliberation and judgment tin
j. t
btqlIH4 vi 'it. t.t.tI i ? ;. ;.. -I. ) i i ' ?,, due b ia"i!: A uiait r cannot he kubtaincil. and t' tie form ol the _
,.. .. aitue. | cpmioMX of a iMOJoiity mutt It tlerisirt and liii'jwIJ.
Intl.- .. ;
< -i-< ill in UH.-M daof
tlwnlio-tl. J 1 Ur. l anr's lite 'a- ut4r l enTVr i $]v< uLiti.-nand ...rt.iMMte is defective. It is truss the third section,
f<'sI dealimr; and if lh. party "will luru out au>l lint in the case of Grindley me .t of Hit MHJ-rtty rill f# tnjRitt authority to
titlvrntin it. i.Lot. Silil ( tUVit .i d43t1lt't.. "and sha-I contain a c< rtilicale on the pan i-J
\i4tttrwit) be Landaur!
great IdIgil. vf tiltst i-JtK-uaionts ULcn together ( */ X 9, 1.Vft tlcd wlure a lainter of aya. the Trustees,'' tVe., but I do not think this phra J lo carry inrh jmlijint ut tntit rfrct."

Ices iiUl roHii foe oilier miiur. are jjrdlifwl la Karn that Mr. Walhngtou person will sustain the resolution. \\ ho is lo give The Internal
1-owers not of CIVIC private j Improvement law, afl.-r directingthat
1 Las L.ecn elected. Ha succe--dj the lion. J. D.SIIMI certificate The act i-peeilies foliO other th.ii the Uailrond
: ofa I'l.mpanirs shall their
: < asiik1zls lor MJ|>rviite < wtu (. respects general imttire, > depot-it
I5ru ne, rrdeJ. Trustees ihoinselves. They use lo pre il. On bon.Ia with the .
We *re autiuiidc) (o prf-'nl, ia on'.flM-r colUBJO. clude the minority, and th.ir T't Coniptrolhr, to be by him recorded
8 -5- | the whole. The opinion. part of, in this section, means ly the Trustees. and the n-cord certified on eneh l oiid. and that the
the name t f tin hot i'lurk21.?. I>ul'.>nt. .r \> E liE A\V KtMTmt MONTH ?-Th dryinx -
is rendered morn obvious hy the ninth section, Tr.-n hall in
urer cuter lmok
GaI'.ltn, as A oiKliJdU It'T <3.uf J 4kc <4 lu) Si- of tinuiath>rid (l.ct.ui.jeotufgcnCral remar I has been riiitd on and I 11 the amount (.1

f>r aii* Ci'urL llic ant.'tncctitcc.t cf Isis DAIIIV for '1 l.a I rhiUd .l.hia| Hulhtin wiyv: and iu this country. In 182?, j says iheTrunec-s thrill sign taidloniliagree cnih l-.nd, with the rule e>f intrrrftt. the time it

till liigb i oi>ili.-n has I 1ttn cullcJ for fruiu \arkiujTlimii We hiine heard it a" irtfd, but upon Mlml en- tts.. Ulburd 9 iXirn. t Crtuw. ( to the prfTitior.iffttitt act. Wh.itprovitions lcoi.u- due, A.*., .iys: It'tTl.il I al Uiorityre Lnow not, titatu., rain has fallen dnrin-j, found ifi the thirdseventh end cf the
nith seCtionS. TruUees of the Int.rnal
3 l r ff tlic ttAtc, nnJ it will jive ilitfactldnloliin tlir month of May, rithor of(lie 50V, fur fno c< utulirii. law, JM3.) flayley l J., followed Imj rovcuitnt Fund,

t l. fiirri'ls to know that lie lus nsntol to Th. t i ic, there wi. a [xrfeitly dry time in says, "I take it to be a The Trustees thru arc lo give the certificates, and after having receive In e.rtificnlr from the State

|.1.its )liimsclfin the IiauJ* i'I the' jKS.j>lo oJ lo May 1359. May H5'. Mny 1550. May ia.,0. May where a jixlltt trust is to be must sign them individually and pera'-ntallver Kngineer that twenty mit-! or ten mile, as the

Illll ITii'J. end the |>reMiuiition| is that ihtre will be We have seen that eif sig- came tv have bcin
attit3e their vcrJiit. Of Ju.1e DnlVnt, it but rainh-ss euv.gll.llIy number of persons, it must be attorney. a majority may grnd sl in all rep fj Phhin May Ib59.'c hare exumiiKil swill be good and binding the whole and to the "
iiig where on fjH-e-ificntions of this net to
to in a majority ,
t1et.Mttf y fxxk] Icrnuxf Nuilatinn. For *ix MtAllistcr'a rrptUr, but it Ws ii'.t extend ore Hgn

ll -tri1e has IM-TO UM>II the Kciiih a* Associate Julic *- even eo far hark as 175C, and,. we know riot TV hern1.i from a trust of a private it would become the duty of all (tin Trus ie. Now, by this l'f the law, Jelilera-

<, nn-1 Ms < sm.lui tlirrc r
A;:cs ro as to tiet the accuracy of the asbirtionvhith and iu siiii the of tacli Trustro They mnst judge whether the
llII irun. U. in that |-o.-itUiii, lie has fulled to eccure i ic going the rounds" he refer to the case in Boa perscvcre-d muat name certificate of the

the p1.rubttiust a i'l conliiloncc- tlint]<., tiwtiting Scth FJ. SH'IIJOIH as Uiow will amu e the good In a still later case in ISSSJ.of | to the certificate, thus : A. D, Governor, State Lngincor: is a proper one under the law, and

r that we wd't non sty wouM aflfotttluir miiilit ]>v ]>l of this F x-tion of country, uh..rcr >oatcdanj Ti..Shearman, 2 Biatan, 106, his attorney, C. D. whether the bonds are i istued agreeably to the provisions

Jiirdnl conclusion A corresjKiijiUnt oflLUf | Rolls wipportcd a lease made The form of the ceili citc ubmltd! ot once Lc- e>f the act, l.ecaur-e the certificate (o be attached
copious thowi rs of rain hate fallen during the
't. IM{ >.i-
tl tern bar, Lean this roluatary testimony : "I liiuw refusal of the minority trustees ( we the undersigned Trustees, if a rmjority only i siud ngreeably to the provisions of the at L"-

E c.1 U.) mao Lu the Slate who ismn-e thtiuoutlj fitted Trnm lie ,'aikannvillr &tan
for ihu vflico. No man |j.t)5eL4s moral qualitir? of Wc notice the relurn.lo 1.1. home ofJudn therefore, that in England, the that the foregoing bond, sc. and ri-qttirm-nsi'nte of the act ngreeably to whii.li tlioIHHI.U
I'Eia4Ot of this
lii ,,lur orJ -r. He has lnJ much j>cricuce an ajraclitioocr wtt mouth, in the City disthar who has e of Icon the away duties foratioutt of Asao- of the Trustee of a public rust 1 remark in conclusion thai whilst, as I think, the are lulled hare been complied with on.the

tIi : aud a Ju.l.j< and will Jo his duty at eialc ou hue Supreme ISeuch. is now as well settled, as that may be legally affixed lo tho certilicalts part of the several rompnnicti. Now, if this be

i'V nil liazard and andr any nnumsUnccs., On the We had sc< n it utated iu the floriJian, Fome execution of a private InuL : an attorney authorised by resolution fur that pur true, and I cannot tee how it can be doubted with

bi'iich, he u patunl. laborious nitti dit.critniwttiitg. time utg... that the Judge would lOHtirrly ret iff elementary writers recognize I and I have rented that part of this opinion upon out making the Tm te<-s mere automaton, then,
from the Court at the
;. And patience in a Judje ought to be considered ss not consent that, his name expiration fihonld of cp his b term fore, and the treat the law as settled.In we have seen is well settled in law. that TruMitg according to Mr. I>ati, hinmlf the opinions of

: cue of the cliit-f l-rmnt of the United States then arc I delegate power to perform a mere executory pe- the majority mn l be dtcisive. and tht jJyme of

I is jiiftico." This luuiti may Usai J u ithout dia lila \ hi. il. \\ hile w e are glad to know from the the direct question in regard act yet, when it is considered that throe bonds (lie majn ity rill It titfit'itht; authority to uiain an

cnimt to oth and without Jnd4 that his sight !i.t improving, and hope lie cf intended he and act Jlrcclfd to Le June in
pAra a
I t1.jU'liitents t.fIi |
la all the u<.ial nUtiwu, Judge Dul'ont is without (o re -iiUr pritate lif\ the OUlIuclion between there i I Trustees ts alga said bond*, it becomes ratio r whether the Mate Engineer has properly

rj>ri. icli. Tlio laii.;mgecnijiliy cd by tIe& In rttirinj from the Court, Judge Pi-arson car constantly recognized, and the dehieate1ueitkiii, and not whullyjfrce from duubt, certified, and whether the Fpccitlcations and requiremfrls -

1 tii.l Judge Forward is equally apjijicable to ries Lim vith t.ircbiin.) liim the. go inthe.d Mill dKcbar if IIIOH i* ,
kfl Jiim: "Aja man and a tlirUtian IM vuo LianJe Isle ira-I' rrjio-d jut hit., .u acij'iitto.-l J.ii.i'tif rcpon, na universally cone- leh. In the I !' Tenhble evidence of debt houd! Lave the elelil.er.ithe act, because n jndgiuent mast be

1 ligr &.r14tcciti vfcliaractcr &u4 ILuko..n.eeI (arw-d ind u'H-i.irupt Judo, a* to criumaud audi.ctjve Ti. I.yitcli. 1 Johns. Cl,. Hop. 5.$ I .) ) signatures of the Trustees, or a majority of formed-if dflibe-r.itive, then Mhe opinions sit the

Jnrk-'fKt of hi* pttipl.-. Lord Coke took thu : to the certificates.If majority must be eleu ive," anti a certificate signed

.1 : Jiiiie Uoltxt-tl JU k.t.ikaa Lr cau.h.iit It i-. tt..t i vrln-n .1 public r\aiit lia wiil and nnd Private av-ocbtion and the by the Secretary. sir 1. >
: u.r $ failliTuIly'ii.'i.ir' ; .l the trUKt c.iii.niilt.d it, hin, a act should receive nuch .1 construction, the owsoe vtr signed, under diree

1 re.t1t'cIe'n t.) tilt: b4M .r s1tih Jjgki I,.,. that he cKmldrrctit tho coiiu.-iulation of mte U.rs ed public coLceni the intent mioLt le considered mandatory to lion of the mnji-ritv is sustained by the "judgment

4 1 rsi iunrnutw. i'utikafly L'eihthci i4iio1be4 : ful m.-uil.raiH i''r ur>- plca'id: U> ate his HoQor Miould go eru, because it was f. ] 1 I Trascf, and be held to nup reele tso! applica of the majority." as it is "an act directed to be

, : ttt114incsa zsrt P.14slcret ftitd while "|*$li looking to wen aiur i i* uie i.iu.rs. and. the I.trwas to Ic more of the rule I have stated as to thr power lo don in ee.it-.t.iiity to and to carry out-h jii.lgvaent

g : ties thotild ntl besiewcd l! it'vtiaintothv,1etion, Tun \ rvniKB.-We have hid all kind i.f weftther tieu man wuea u was creates this into effit."
pinitulir aet. An.? Uwevcr the
for the 1-tet Ii -
day.a t N.
11 win 1
ady fur
ills jrrt nslutitl hat -ven lor ofic in 10 Ii Vintr (tit IJ. lint Mr. Ifcvvi, with all due iM-rene
,I t an no way !iC yf, ilitii i Wot again $. Witt, and ell round authority, ,) we l & Mip'jri Men might be salvoS t.y! a ja.t.cial tntu- i I. mistaken
in the limit hr
CttiiiMsctal with certu4dcratiou ia the! l narking the 55050 di tn.ction j.rrs. nhcs tu the power'of the
NY groi owl imupAfl t.c'4l.it vf have *ij< jtd rain.* TLecr the p'licj of the Trustees' sining these cTti.1- The ,
t majority. aiithorititn. iri
I jd-tmeot.
.f fviln r Hthihiil -sicuU i "re all well eclthd that my j do not
< { <>nii i Vie.uJd In tit, to a | looking numt here; and Corn S in matters of nrc
( dnot Mif-Uiu him and lie
raunally !iia-
will !IK. h' > hy procuration, k too t.bvkus : sited none that JQ'i'ly lo
I grcoltrnr; Kr the nlLilul'ty of the-*" the (|fIte-mti..n. 1'rmii whtt I hivt Men in the [a-

i.j 1 il .Ufdag fhon!1 oceAMVoilly!! biiftt furth, one : hi.ve been soin slurp weather wano.up Y..rtk-flil.must conclude tl.e minority ; but I -, nwy (Le ceiiouVy afiViteJ by llie contrary S pre in rif.rfrre to Jii.l r Lawa cjiinion, I may

:j Iieothrr. !kt a uUic or il safily iy that that great Lvwyr tloi>t>t
nature '
cas.r us net fonrct that it ic a f.irnJH r VusLTiru-A.. I gen. r agree
$ -CucuriiJxT! littnatoo since the tvid. of
nestNta14C. site ihcpontr L.a sign l Ity with him. and the niuharitiis vIto l the
,4j; ...gct.t for on t'tlie.not political bttvtet. two of our *. cum and girdtn 'a ,'" arc in cttrket will ce>ntrol), e>a grounds of in the "by writer
attorney cannot acen.upjny thim. ji tir pnpi-r over cignature <>f Patificus" di.
: own ) .ui1.J-an) oTioc 'I','. and this doctrine !
to Licit DO one n.an IJ-B sauce is laid ; I In ordinary cases instruments rxrrntej nut ft: t.iln hm. In the case itt Arorn.fGenemt

a greater right than cn..tU.r, Uvau'e it ii inh<* ""it -- --- -5 Grceh vs. Miller, C John C!0. Ly pin- Shrarnian, 2 In-avaii, hilt< (, "a leant made fcjri
A God ?1ai ;ouc Home the original |X MTI r is aitiehelto and
f tb irrciciit 0 >( lrtv, sal cj en to I), onteicd In the State oT G<f the Trustees of a charity *tat*, m>tilh -
T.I our town on S atur.hay nig'-f' and )|>aints the instrumi That rannolbe dime in Uuilinjl the refusal of She luicmity Trustc
tie t tl'eb-t ; u.it V.tI tit i tLongl.t in tkWaii.I l-tid its chillinggrvp of dlicctly before Ibv t-uprcnie
one bert
tqwtiu Kir eitizous : case ; and alihuu h.tia! evidence might be elici to join in it" wi i if [korted.
aJeJ wjx: >u iu tli. canxasn', t'.fri. sill Sow f ou -WILU M l lkt.i.. Jr, Ii all the walks ef lift.-by it was decided that ia the ease I In (lie eu e of 12 IM. r', CU. cited by 3Ir. Par
from the
records ,
Ms upright Waring, benevolence and Trustees y.--t it may bo
the rrntit, vli.umr ilut may l-e od slroatn of billr < hrutknprotticrs rnajoilty may lawfully act. IV whIch i ia prx'-r.tatiwo of the rtF -r rr*, th.
!ie was ir..gtiicih as cue of nature's of consideration how far th it would Lo satis
S n j : IVxtiinrttrn; directed
feeling Ut run into U c pul'tkal iC&4fl if mil bit-met. In him tiiiLon I Ce rg'.a Kcp. 3C9, scd to in st-its by-'poritire eoni
<--tiiidit8lri<>usie lond. maud of a law of ('or.rvas lo give rtrtain credit
It Iain UKj cC (tee the fr'en I .ind .ldl. 417.
year. j f.wtr JTO.cf 2tte a aJvistr. and the di iousolrittf wiiovv t the
oti books f the elv ,
An-1 nv thai it U asccitame-l, hi tliin << |>nrtniut ti bUtlton A.StokeC .
t* di-HX-iintj-j eiM.li tlat t4 a Ttlf, and n.dLiLgI I an J .rh.tn'' : L"i left Destitute iu e-i.r ruid-t. u U reuiah.s to future i as as rj.in- Th* 1'o tnini-trr b.r'at t.a. AH cL-tii of kve I bereft can assure it, ilut a majority Clfl titc valid ci r-
I w&I1irsug.caterj.k.taurttian! fot-ie-ty cvn trust and in the matter he
t<> iv-'ijunitv to- whether there is : was to rxtrci no jti-Igmnent.-
, of a fricc.l, and die uiivtr-.il cl vn hanging I -*, I strongly advise tact tii** 'I run'em sgti for> He
wir3e 141sging It about A a1 f the trui-t I nasa MinpN Siretit to do that wIdth was rrquire.1 -
1a.dI c the duti
j ]> rasict otter our village, porlrav nrc pUio titan words, ac M* te j ;! j-trvjujily tint n.-t bf attirr..y.fte1octfuIy .f h'.i the law without

: tt3t fl tttgi1J lit. the Jcwre of every oc
I ne In&it tsnl lttU ,.:uxei iu.Ie l Far ward Ir'rlcut, Xtyr.tyForND render tLe rue ef law I !.are ; \ L''V.evavsamr otherwise b<- done, lKean there wilt: uo one then 1

t frsfl&ti31a asa oaiiji. atc fur AeextateJu.tjce Pru>.-A n cro It.y, iLe pri'prtv of to it. May 4thtlS5D., 5 to du il iinlfst he hal si-h-neil one of the clerks

. StTu Siivsrs, EMJ uas f ur.U at bbont )S o'clock, It under hint to do it, w-hitli would bave'been
o1thiuj.rw. Citut Tit. Ps-cu tctt.tiks- S I..**i .izltt, l injon the ''ode < fthe road, north of may cwt be Jo ailed tint i i. COTIOCuop..-Mr. Cn-chii. : 1 has ftut u", if he had done il hirnvlf. and which if done asgoexlas

VilUi tiu-!* 'atur w e anncaree in tli!* issue, I Ithettawe our town, Tj>N.Iiee. a I.raiie1-. nil, would have "ten done by one of hs, clerks by at
of it.c iuZ3. ill'.au! several form', from a cotton val Ktid
A. FerwarJ JL>r As-- | fUingtotown.lYoruMr. SIWIKINS'il.inlatijn! iaa The act of IS53 sea* p: t*< Jia hi* direction. He was not one of several Trustee
. .opiateJoplJcc.t nrd e feel uicnrcd that it wnl I ante'! wagon, ni.d the ii-.tle Le was tiriviri J l-v cf this year's grow th. Our reader at u di- as in this ,
I ; taking I to carry into e-fTect the r. : nd rot under-tand this ease Suppose, in that cine, the Postmaster -
ufa 14rc
3Ii.lt.a1 n.tj.rity 1f the frig't.; n.n swaj iLixiwiijLini ont with | as en indioati of Gt-neral! had
?rt-at been one of a number of
twin of the
Mate for tie forward.-r pr-
tt4.-tie nnd flouiUhingerops in Ilorid.firtas
< aLnxist ,
scitng n llenp.Tared eercining a public trn-r, and the body of
: The *HtitVt 4l.4e' this .rarrb frwsi the J |. to be ftlocl tvelve t i tl.!51 en veai- e f age.RiitU cnl ijt-tcia cf Ir.tui.il Imj j it-ral will thing be received, they are l le-s premising' than u>uaf; | which he was one were commanded" to give the
otxl cvii'i-nce of tlieiuild--
/ and ernment ; l-y Joveop5rg! the credit required the law
MJ f : i| j s of our climate.-Otal-i! llomt Ctrnjmenion by cnn anyone say. ia
) 'lle Otflk.UlCtt.t ilI &t rc 1 "il t S try, ascertaining pre>|H-r objeeU /. JAry1ST" foce of the nuthoritiec, that if the majority had
Johns. agreed to do if, the refusal of the I'ot jnastcr General
ret ii.'Ltctioit Iv the iurn.r-r' ti .n'e.f.T '.... "VTe appropriating funds and
ii 1'orwnril i Mi.5.Ie"! flciittt. 1)) <> t.rrii.' afitietjt.n are glad! to Kirn tlut thij Intitnlion is now the ( theBy fl I'rofwtlus publi-hed in tle hut ncm- to join in the net would have amounted to any
inp -rntioi. Yi"c sI.l.Iieaton. llie haittis l and (
took ice.ifion ftnia time last I ] vf floritLi.Mwa ( where
Judijo IVnrv.', the uti.il K .f U at Kernandma.) we learn \Vhycite eases a single individual

(* caluroit apj alli : ttft.llt; ;, y to the! ) ..4.t Fall tt fpe.ikcf it* eTgauiratiija Its direction is bvlor.goti to the r-Uif. the Dr. W. II. lliccocx. formerly of Gainvvillc, js required to do a thing as applicable to the taso

(ccry Lh.1 1&tnat.) 'e'5r.-'e rtip.'it, t fronr ?tiott nudor our bcl ritfrei*, and it. efHctrs are niot .I Ifll.iC.'lehy jutJ era s.fa pulu'.e rh.r.ictt-r, ; : f rrehfl'ed the materials and good will of that of a body of person-, who may. as thowo by Use
PJ j oint L As a liovs-* 1rtlnt.ti.tr. | and the 15th of Ihi mti.tli 5 anthoritifs act ?
lki! Jiobi fli..1 ., Iit > nn.1the vro tithe puUlc: iiatuie uf the trusts t-n vrill aasine by a majority The arjume&l'lo-MM
li 'f'e title IJai.k iiill .irivc a profitable I I.uinea.' ] : [ e-htorisI niAnagetntuI of the tight of the fact that here
.uUte, T rcj cc t! at |l.> i. :J .4' ii.tijg4 j Tper, under the Important{ Unot one who
.we :.*i' 4i rsccIVtiiTor uaijleju .,a JeIge by4d 411.1 wlule tLftt tar cliiivi-s uillji4il '*y us o'trit'n-| t..La to curry tluu Out.Is I ." of'77Ie .,a1sttt HoriJian IV. lUwoe; ice i* directed to do ft thing, but a bodvof peron

Vtrsrti. ? # rto.u Juet :," irivinj-5lacratitrir ;v li uns :u A Ai .- Iliore any Lung jKCuliarin ( -' generous liearte l nssn. aul a which body in law are sa one. and which body It
Su W [EUitt -rttt, tUJ tLe i uUuIar I IS I her. We wUU- him vuccca in W-suitw voottivin bound by the act of the nutjority. furthermore.

I the aaihoriiies
cited by ilr. Davis ttftr ttf CAM*

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i uii; <; tlw ai*t4kflt. t .( t '! 4ei $ LANIER & CO., Fcr Compressing Cotton and Hay.
.Vu ('cremirriIrz i f It'r.rl. -Dr.tLr.p i'TALLAItJ&SSUT:- I VST RECEIVING qUR ilOCK 01' GCGDS
S: .ISSftl $fS 2i. t S1 1 .s O-a-cers and Proprietor*, oTJ "*
tTlitTmtG 0.-
J4: hi 3 ?.U$4 jatdgi at. ;;. trri4Ie. p C
.14 .(IL4' 4 tk ; '% jta I ..4.1.li4JtS. -T. .L.iia. y. 2' Shy i7.-TL flc.t-l.j Vh.. ALSO- 1' fl'NTE!) It-5. d

Knot, tUi t'.e .<.1QcS 4visI I wills IJeqia4 liiti s s.. % ay ili, 'Wa' Owners m nlv. ind -Pioprietors IjtrJinn -0-- 1 TDV ;

gt.tgs'i.; .! t.t- tITrIF... (.aM> Ilaee < o Kumi.j! i i ..lii, Ij die i.tw yihit. I loir!, Montgomery. Al- Planter cn AXD II A RI)\\\'A RE,

It ? :.. .zl.&rtii.igi.1 ;e J >l 1 the Ncr usk .u-.wiati'4 lr't. (S. LAMFE tl rn.vs fornerlf) 11 Lanier Ironic. Ma- -

1F..L1i *uiLt IbItI.I1 si Is.kr.-t lie la.rn TtM.rn.ii; | LIt: : .-* nuMtily ira nl __ I cor. Georgia.) rpiIls wondeiful-- Press wL'ah hai recently been i Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c.

\\r--.u i.u i" t 1..t' >> it ii.. y I cmiiit'tw on the ,| uiLiM'; MHtn fttr tin.I i.t *ii: t ta.citmLt 11 t tin \ TMRAYCLKRS on tbs Itaifireid fron Dalton. Cia, I J. pjtented, and capable of prisms or Cora pres- BOND A (;O.

I i*! ..v. v, il U.i-re v..- I.it. i T' i atw a.U |I ft..iur4 i t-w< w- ivc< i i.d. X ttttti 'i in iL. J, to Kutixul'c' Truu, rich tb re \\Vntei the sting cotton, Liy. fodder or any other aiticle required ltfForSale

1 .' .. .. > | r' I1 ". < '.. II.. l'"' i1-, --t '.f I.i.
..: .1 j i i iiii .u. ; < I i. i < -< ii >nritil :i-i- < :\ d. llietfiJ} nil-ili.-t-1,<-< nr.t.\td M.I- I Co, either at Phi'adilp.ii' Loudor, or KwxxvilUfiori nI sale lo planters and others want ing either Individual,

U" .' ..4| II o. I -i' < I 1 L\ "ill I..\ < llllrrla .i...( thf >mir-> 1'etitral Ascni.l/ly !hz..l aj-r roved the j ji I tac'i tf vlich Isilit', Stages stailin1! : at NX'cl County or State Right This Press is propelled bytlouble .

i4. Ikt, t (1' i tic c Traikt,4iouJ i dtx'Jaratiirn of M LtntMy aud of tin r>. r. ur = "f >Ickttce { FLA
*--. tW* aavUitly d-til't that kti> rvfn il utxiUiautgwit tal.aby the l'vJITal C'tscl. thu. Idisrkrlii..2 | Moritvalc, about twenty fur miles distant, reaching t st pack or eoinpris bales >f cotton weighing ROCK, Mac-lerel. by BOND it CO.
len Con.n.n.1ii libI of the)
U. IIU. III2 Uat tSv majority ctHii1jr i a.l'.titi.J] ] in ( mew recrivit !? n'!, re, Hid I fili su[ 'plj if I tljtlattt r at one o'clock, p. in. from t'JJ) Jo 1000 pnuiH!<-the power given to the Lloyd. April e. 16S9. 14-tf .
Tin-lt.i.k cf 1'n.-m bi.d iful Us of
Mt* iottrwei tvilWit thr KM*hi of ll.* IK.II-C.MIttittui anry. i rate _j eiy variety of aititltn kej; t by Dra.gists. The ler'-ijjni'd, lung determine I" make llont I lever by tio negro ftllun As for pced and power,

,; Tr =tT TIiti *..rV1114' al "C i!.. szajniitv I.ii.J4 the IudtThi.4..iLe Ixtn rretuil. 'l.miM i T..j i> i.i..l l- iLirtiln- j added eenerai l i
will! find at this sf.blu-hDei.t a the country, I Late, sirce last Si'mm. r, aduntage- tLia f.rct are ni'iiierons. It is simple BOND CO.T .
1 lutid. Lad I 11 ou-htiitiiit uit1 L hUujiitir others always 1U.yd
n i
flrie I-i' *Iem ( Frttd great full II thing needed in OIT line and ontn new Gothic Cotlnjes amid other builJmi*. t"gctber I in criistructii( fa-ilr p it up, aid not liable to get 11-tf -
t.3 *lr. l .i i ntKlllie e.i uf tl.e'ini.U t? ni tj>tIn .- liberal Mipply ( ncry had with other valt'al iu.jr<.%ciKctits. llcprsnds 1 ont of rpjnir", gui :niiy t.f th"5 cither of the
STU.:. iT1 n-u.u\, i.r im: w.\\: I IS I t<-i in" as th 'y fan bf in amy Southern jircs-nes
vrtial l t'uitl.In 'AILS AND IRON
npr..n-n tB't. Mjikct. Orltt l by Ma.l tr c4lmrwiee pn-inptly at- are in beautiful condition-tl'e rn.ds! near the Springs cUy are. The non tailing rojuired ti-ill m.t cue: \ fursaiotiy-
liLf itnuer, be .ir'niitj1: tif I'.r. IhivU I a -1 1jt the best ordir cellar of Ice has been IN BOND A CO.
| ten-led to aud filUd With tl.e frame .rreetrtcie a* if I put iu -a gooil n.i>re tJ'VJ $ 0 rr $CO. Any coMinon carpentEr can
'Ie Sli.e Lad L1. th. I atiJ.ii and Lxa.Jtrf ii1dI1..1gar4 K- Al .tIE Fi L ) rt.oii.illy piirih.mrd by Ci. i mor. To C.vh and eavI. .1 l! tI.e aeee'sorie. I )em.tfoat tvnl;,teaeiire of get out tic 'uabcrs and do all the tiood woik, and Lloyd, Aprils. 1S59. 14-tf
r'i1i.r.I ig i.1II a! ViJt1kCJti4. thtlfol ll'ulcn-iff lacs.ii; I tat. I Ijv than ilOO.
eit the HUTU
j time lii\cr fi'i'1 confident ii uot planter
iC *nytitgvo and hLirtinz fur sal
prompt Wheeling .
.. T Trca ury i4c. a M! by
fl.: 1, fr *L inq.k rratht Al .2' LM. VALE MINERAL \YATEPJi. see Liege MontsaiPauphlttc.1s.cialy |' Putt t *f.<-e in Tall!.ih.v
tw zlc it't ilk-'. lit Jl.e t.fI.i4it Truss.KnTemm. as to l>v.pfpsii, Chroi.ic Di- I eal! ami sea it. Individual, County or State Lloy.l.pr.I 2.

l.igI.iI i t ti'itt-reif tili.tv ill Cullcn Ifttlittcilta Tim-- Day .'. \ ax anlci. Dropsy Chronic Liver Ci..nejl.tint.tierirahria, I U -LUttill be clwptfed (if. and Powder. Candy and Lemon Svrp.

l <- 1nrtMin uiiud'tl ut Itc !I. tK>* li. .U title.U .- 4. c.afr. rutty. Xcirt'U- Ileidaehe, Dei ingenit.Dt t f Nfi v uus Sj s HIMY: : H. .t i. c. SKIUDER.Mank l SHOT Flu c!. AlcohoL Turpentine. .

The k1 lte; 1M the I'uittd M. r.Itad !.<' Iu* t* .. May hi.-Tl.o Mi-aujtUp Ar r.u hit 1ertamery, Iiuruin }'l-.iiJ, ten, Chills and Fevers, ttc, a3 ukth.1 a tlu. 1'd4u Ut .*tt..s v.y t" si'hr Lanier tt Sons have tten cngi-reil iu Ilottlkeoinfor *
I LJtirj dates to M-iy 4th, lui. Ix-ru loardeJ till ItlAte Camphine Sperm sri1 Advmntine C n p.;'< r t > | atilt1.tit* k.Ut tif tin; uittii Mate*, TWENTY YKAP. wid ii! contmi.eta first tbe
Since the above aJvertistment
Otjw K.-re. lytl-- i. a'u J..LI t4k'Ir-bs; tu tcJCcw Olla, nia-* Ware, appeared Fur sale 1 y I'.ON'D A CO.
uLiicq41: In tiiweaM! *. hottrtL ka$
sMe( liakc effort in please the pjbbe.WATT. ) Cfititii-atcshave bun receirvo -
York A* iueii'iij Ji.tv'. every I fikmtiing ? 185X 14tfEOHOKN.
Window OIa Lloyd Apnl -
tHIe t" t' e 'inJ and t'. tu<* \ 5 k :H i in fir &at. Hoe Koapa. >', LAM Ell .v COb ,
Ibilt< niJii; Nf a Stimuli iro-i Littrpotdvn Fine T L and ILarInstnrtnttit manofneturel! 'fm.bccmi CAIIIOIN di) ->ir, Aiac.itit.
Itul Iwf IH.-CH *i.M< 4! 'II tl.. I'tltr.Tlie Pre-ivn. < ,
j ju the Itli! int La# ::rrittd at 4jnvl li..i.-r, S. C Ijini T, ) I- PANAMA and STRAW ll.VIS,
i1! .' ra: uutiti". cd, K a Xfli; i! aut-ut! ttboit; j jHi ce. Inr4emi.; itmttt 1tiIiei'ri-s, A. >. Vatt.V.. B. Lauicr jX \ licn Mr. IKnry SLraJir comracuctd to pi.t up 1.i BOND A CO.
4L fle .x. rv a 4U.44 'I uitI etiIMEIel.LI.I.I1N'V I'g.iitt Iim-neh.e. KIIM: lMetlicue Stris, I Ms liink auil )I'lir-ni Presets in th.< and Tulla-Itsieiublj I Lrsilely
14 ltf.r.tf
aisy tIUt 4 .r *iI.. t41v '. I, I! M u> 4.-T.e! ftks uf e..tk.a! ior Ihc 'tiaieI Ct.ctle.uite ay le wasdoc -Kidas t' the ti ti
aid:, nl\ I tL ? Iw. (L<' 't.'V 'y r*, f" f : ; a.-.t IIrr day* v it 1 s-,>j-> LK-! i ui:.! the u til.vt l to Ilaiii titin and I'JLDI'T use. NOTICE ; cri.tvum-itiy: roraf if the eastingj bnke.l.e 1.&DDI.ES autl Biidli'*, Harne* ,.f all kind*. f..f

'11w Tu t' siiii.'. -j tlutr n in-! Z1 I'r.- I i ;i-tJ at a d.x-lu.c i i.1..1.L.i.t 1 I'i K WILt a BK\M>U -ftr
l. v t iit % i lie : wac .ul f ? t Hili <| .'$stt tltt j Munj .!df-(1i.4a cLioiI at For Proposals for Supply of the iHxesarr trtnjth ami jdJuy ireigtt. He tot Ajrll 2, lSr.9. 14-1

|n;. .vs t. _,. i iiMl., un LJIIUA Til,c 1 hwanlh I 1 to tbj. OUNCES SULrif QUININ I I ji.fcttfinpli.-itd fiio for i.ie with tl.e JIea i. r llaoU

<4.itf ttie rr "4.1tit toi n jui. uUi* IIIK jH-htr | GEXOJAL KffVVS. Marine and rii.iu.s wl.Vh5.t.rl.ii T-ith) great case ai.d dt*patch

.f nf..i > t<. .11 1 it r tIc U1tt..4 i >tni.s. tlu. Irt
uil 1 1 ..t. UK i.. !am .,f( !!.IMJ-! s.! tiilo < : n.c f.itl.re- ( ltliy 14 lit. _' > tk. Given nndtr an.v hud tbw 2C'h? Midi lsi.VWM. -

Tiu-'< -. Jii-i-'. .t! !*-.. ..l.l.ti. l.Ut tkM.hIa'i |I (i'ii[ Lt. A H lll.KI.I.Y:: m. .' \ EV, 'L-t "Maled Pro JOH.N'STOX.Srirr .
Uii& 4o the "M iwt-t.
n aj.j.ard Ill Tli liank < tFi.
.l! i q' 'Kji la.. ::' :- Ut tt. II. r<- 5" ml : .k'. tl : d t d jte Uir.t.iof i: Ji *. 'rt 1.. *\ I Ir' i Congress Water. I\ i. "i)<. ....11.ii in I. .I! I II.- in rii-r spi-sraiiit i 1859. -

%llv .'. ., '<-J of lit' : :a ..iT'.ii roiuik !: .t a { Tit. 'I1I. h a.r&im.s.i .i .1 .. I II > t.Liii sv i'i'i Y, j :" r.--i .1 I i.nl fr etL acv-orJinsr to I l.-nn* 'u be fniii.-.llel: in npplicat".i.>ii F AIJI.I ( .tmnoia CUTTT, .

iy "T i tii:. lwt < i ,1 i- 1.1 z. s i. 4 art |i l v I ILV Oiji-Uri i".* <. ercdii v( f.\<- LiiuJr :i .-und I ItwPii2L. 4:Vbv A MI'-s i LIVELY at ll:i- oi>u. \\.i( I ii.iHidtlieri.it until li o'el Hiub sr.th, lf ?.

I. t1.. Lt a.e t.nt2t*1 Lyilic | '! ttrtiT.4. 'lite Fi. LetS Mi-ii tir at Vi i.t.ia. i. n r..j. 'o .L rui'it'Saii ...i :!V l ti-t Tut MIV i.i JUtE rir\t We the ti&m.icregnitd do bcriby certify tint wece /-f.->' vif 1'i i ux<; i.v A* u CASH f1'U.-
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(* P.jnr.4 irg'c 1tnc..n and the Austrian MiiuH-r at I'.iris latvo r.tir.11Ni > fatS irtplv itt the MMMN1't: HM'f I AL i.t tl.e J'trt Lave tilt day esj'rinc-l l aid>; wit: o-e.-.t I at the liovl

l.o I -i..l! ..i !ly t. -" -I.- *1 s--sieejt. SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID cfSt. Maikf, i Uv ',' tL. niU-.U'S ci i'ru\hiw.f, 'ViKijiin Johr.st-.n, Flail near \VKite Plain*, the

A # iitri I. tte /> .<:'f'.oi itlto bi.rati"I.4U < I HM Lit.j.. rr Naptilifo( vi s ocit.! to leave ( Mtdieint1, tVo.. i-nitmiurml.-l( in said inriiis Tit; t pr-.tx-r tf lL; ucv Putfit Cott-11 !'nerum, pitertedby atnAVlN'H
mtti'i. n''icli' ; CIP1EiE itcd tinuitc.d with referent to fehra.kr i-i M..HI! Ibo' and) are fully ..itM" -
*. tjU.4-% ri'it I .IT for lul v cniiM* J"t al ii y In 1.1. niaitiA.-to lie I II j qnruttie' are e lUt-ry ctaimIi-hieti l btwinrts CASH-
tL r 4t t4 bd fl IJ1I I.. act to rz 4u!. I t M.4fi I. uhtwsiv! - 011Ft then a-il niTiulnr tf Putit :>te in the llo-p'rul ; hut iaeJ ti.it it will JV anti jKrfirri S hat utLinn- (.r nir rn i
t : : I jI..iatj.! r ...L e :. .. the I'nitctl Stati-t rc- rUK i-hLt, 10 take iu.'reur it g f' r lii-.p.iUh fid durahilily.W. ?, arch abandon
'i\ r.LII 'P-: 1 lui cv t thin:; U It ft ft* 1 its u> ."o l>n< to r BAL.; AMLS A LI V El YMry and LONG PUICII SYSTEM I
,:: .t1! ttat Iu ii. t1.! ti l'a y t.at *ie ( t.i hN ut. .L In J4nHi Itaij; bi ti.! <- li, I1-;!* voWht I J ieaefnbl article, acet.riinly! a* they way l I.e H tuwLlM. WM. CAMPRRLL, ( urrre.otter tin-si ho favi.r ,ti-it1 am thrirrou now

thi.rni. -. h, < itt* M.4iih : >1 W I I -V chiji'. Jl i .ea s.E .'t.s:4pt-L At L* Is abi it I'ptarei -! 'u.!'lj itqirred. If the articles lirt-rtd at tl.e) J_ J. HAM1I/IUX. ELihl.t KLKl pr.1-aruh to M may metr ]

e4YF L4 *W4: jtL. .til d I. T''.< 'i ." I IIILIP-..-! it 1!le !2. '-I uf hi ari!. !le.- l-ar< Kiu- I IIoi>it-il are not, ia tue jl u>'nt t.f the Iliyt-UUn Win. M. HltMlES, JAS LKIIA. .i.\ \N AMI: i K jri\r.\LiNT LONGclEDxr.

4I *..*. 1v :!. fji..a- s..- Lc-t tiu.ihtj and a 1", .1 1 to tiii, lu jriiil. lee C. M. 1! \HI IX W I'. JOHX O.Y, iu aV.TI; vf the bebi qualities and mud

., ". 'y-I' : :.1 .. 1L; I- tx-is: K \ M-l No I -' .row in pure Ln11 irisl la r.t l.VrtT t nj.:.t sh.rfni..\ Iu |ittrt.lurtotltir w. it. TI uMi-srrun, it v. JOIIN>OX.v. aj lI jr.-\ttIt.tyK.t
act 'i'.riil1 i.i -.IK* i.: -ii.i>n j ., ..: .1 1-1 __I_ -j *.:il, jo..t reCvircd amid l F* ae by I, artle in thttr ". .i-I.nj.1, to -e the c*>u- \ t". r 4Yh.tTI'. JAS. CA.VPL-ILU: Lowest PricE-s.

*-*rMI.. h ju.k-'ii.'r -i > tf.i 1? i.-L tj t 1 1tt -iTK-\AL i.V TTTi;: AR..';O A1ES LIVELY tractor uh'j ay; ejit*." in t-e4 OT--r t1." cuclrnet 3_ OJ.\KKIr.Ll, IVpwin who hate INHII in the habit i>f orikriihTthrir

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.. ... : 'i 1-i N.iv: t .It': .y iTI.: ..' 1 t.i i tUit.eeLT. In.1-li.. iu.itc.i th rii.iat ( tot tVflC Pi ,. Ain. nupplics fioin New Yvik ami New Orleans, Bill
: : iu ti -i d t.h.' -t; ii.ij :ito .itc; T.m a ti ice.
j : do -n-eli to tocL! Itf.-re ifi'injj *>, as Iwill
!-. i!.. r.-t. ui .1 : I.. 1. t e.j. jt i y i u.. i '!Tb I..CI'4' -: t L12C I-f- 1 1MO5S, C.iT4t1 ..-id Ctar. ..t Jtha! Liunee. 1 I ticn t-; '|--1 1 A.r tbe! teLie \>r any j .-rtion t f the Mare!, tli, lb.tt. fwnime my .
,- .i.." .. I.J !.. | i Tm .i' :! f V y. A :Jp !. }It fr-ii Vid j I J. t Uea i.J1 ri.rU: vl nr.t.intlT kti.p..ri liin-l a uti.K-k .f llcavj Dry
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lj- i ...i lav -. i .' i i n Li } .J i jtntir *rmmv I C-.. IVi eurJ I.en.t TI?. lmF4el'.LC ApjiUt at J >. D. NOV F.-*, CVl.-U.r.! I
.... \ -.t t -.ri .. I St--I fcikfilewure ia ndUmrnjr et-ilki (ifs> and all t tiii r (Soixlt n d in ibis ninilef,
i' k.. ii'' .V..I i .' ',it !. I *' ... : 'i v 11 cu.j t vu cn.l : *, | <5" 9r, 3tn Gag MuncaX Lt imo t-ynip. K'iib.rr > St !aiki, M.1. ISi1.. 1 >-!-v -f/ "fll rifpi! the
-I eat to v.inr li.t. ai -I 1 .ee.ftizat1aii.! K ; your
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1' : 1 t ; ; I liih'n i.mTer Pit-- t" nil who ml Ci..l.. ii.i <..-5 f.rthift -' t-r -.i iri'"ipt men who
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r I-i cit n&.t. ii <
.' C j' ['tt'. I-*.* era-.I I a'mJ I I ii! < :: < 5.ill T"r\ di JJV ;i .r .niiit-t er fire nits tb.- r
I'll lilly
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t: P : -. : '. 1.L 1. 112 L-k. jij'ii't i .> "i-Li A -. iii : i ?: ,* I j LT/jwi f l liai injj clam s i.e ilemni i'* aair.it kidl'tt.r nlfh iirrsn'' lie I ilH ..
at .hmring .u IIWT i "
mTbl I ". -f t.i! >? of tbt \vr yenr
: t- :. I i -. t _i_t'i:.,, ; t .. t...i.... : :.'-tJ At I.-. v. v .t 'r L II oU: Aii, 1 P.r' rM0 I' X 1 U-e t.-4ate ci i Mary JL I't'U!. d va-cJ. late saW.p.. AT.e MtiI1WtCK. Crilt-r-i lioi.i lit country ti ill! 1. litUtl! wilt,ore

.... t i : .. L t. I :. ; 1 TI. l. .. t..TTftI.tiL-eIip-J- 3oo ivd3.1: Siar- of Leon |w\i\ foi n.irik-J I hy tl-f f.ratVII'rtrtLzt.ity
.. .'. I : i-; LV ELY. tIe .
ij u. f'I "V.g -rlr atiit'eatemi, to tciil -r jind :.Jn-iia-
tl,. iL I ., thin ) 9, IS9. li
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I i i 's. y iTty l i. .ti.! .1 li.r time
: fl 21, 1..V. :i I tratW itluii time SImS law will
1. > L : j jilCflt.J| ly or tiny ''
m ..l .. .T.c. ( W. Ii LLLam a1.. & :::2.c.rIet CALL AX) EX A I'M roll YOUKSK It.
L.a Itirred ; an-1 all tiofe! inJoU d are req'w-.Lel tonake

..4 ;% : :L t i .tii The Original Extract Quality ii.aTEU.tit iuilatriv.; HEW Gop.D0NiW! !! GOODS! !
IL'I. !i. a' AMEL SWITZER, & !flt T. GOODS
il.-i.ii r, Slay li.sj, rf aQth readn1i Corn Starch
.. \. t' .: i s141j r. if t je to-diij May '7 Di:. 19SwNotice.
'. twa !. Sa&L.a a.t a sme t.fi4 me.. eeraoaiin with T"CnPARri) txproaiy ftT Pu-loin j, Ice Crcara, "\irn ar' n-v rfciivti ot.r Stock of SPIHNf & Fort I

i 's I. tn* twe.1i.at da .( L lEI $ ft4 dial i 11 I i JJl 1 4 4.us (,< Midtllii s. the ukof! i Oke, R.nr Marge,Custard, 1'ies. Port ig...ic.Rft.i > 1 SL'MJIKP. GO01>3, whub we till! sell very said. Summer.IOiH
,.., ..i" .i j. : If, < ) lit* eiTeL read: e.2;" ) i'fj, n'td the n-eti4< 4Jtfl low far and tu Cu.tomcM Spring .
t i4 j>r-4-im4vUMM3t- ed (ml by AMEJ A LIVELY ea.nt prompt paying ,
t t ?4H<*t IMI!. the k Is c' IX L'tJtll. after tie first pjlnioati..n of tLi nrJ > ) Ki.bes jti-1! Press Patteinsnf the Tari..i.,. Lie
tgiut C&'NjieTILTbt: v t. i
r : -i !i T-v nj. I ; .. % J. 1 Wr i- t: $ j Mray 21. I. .. t (n *i.\tiH't in >nit aifl'o.raDress '
ti.e will the lion.
.!. J- 1 _. :. :' c .* -' 1 -t .t.. .1 ,J! j I .r lie iu .*vae in tie rcr.jjat thta | oi ij tiito. mndcrmignetl prmnt to ] anf F.i'irici' front tl.t. lirm.stanI
kNltse *ti &Tba ha'.l I J'e! -f Pr-I I :.lc i>f I.con ci uutj. his final Count I rh beet to the iiKt mimlmstarmhim1 and durab'v
.. t"i I Goods varjinji'i -
kj.4 .,. :
r"i < i .4. i I : Cod Liver Oil.
.'. .. Ji- j 1 5. -_' .- :: i't.it..i.t irt-po.1| |-jg5 i6 M-r- I aiul) oucler as aa..netrat-r! i-n th I-slalt of Ji>l. 1---1. I'., I 1 : I..: I 1
.-l.dIi i ': i ':\ :1; i i.. .v. -i : f :' H :, 1::1: :4\ll.! .tl I 1 1.ivl., III.'. TSICSII f AM I'l l liE -4 tit e.I. l.t. Hiuiuir I -ml I. l, U-.e of rot-I! evuutv- anj tL.t n.rtil.1Skirt Silk (;r-li-um'iic! Rite a LiJzc, C u-nadine., I'meragii-! ,

T1 !*,.. 1 w't 'j V. < t ":.y i.>.--:- : -.f- 'ttn to .iry I[ litM1, C-at> i* .1 co. tt ::>!-h. ir. Us i4. .-'-i 1. Uc.be a Laze Silk, Hubble! iSkiite, Silk Ti-sne, Or andiM,
i: ; i -i 1 l..1 i.r i -\ i '
'." that J t nil lii \ i ? i a.<- \ imI. .i: .1 :11. .1] .lI$ l-t. )>i.\.i- .* sale |Iy A31L.S: A LIKI.Y. LI 1 1 UTOV M. \ JuTE, A.ln.. Lot tiaya.ierm. Silk, Let 1-tyjJi, .Suiimur Silks, Muslir.n.I'iiinic .
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UU>..'. t.. utt 1'i(1.? at. i t liuiik tsc .,JI. r li i mite F.I niIt.j.. a. t 11.- .;. ari j n j n. .. May SI, le-M. 21 Slav 7. lc.- I .'- MOTTO I D.ml.e.. Ji4..oztijdiu. tauil Skirts Jaconet, Silfcs Canibru.

autlwiitM iMiu.liMth -Iw! tl. 1 I ally diblr..me.l tt iwitit ivr A.rtLir K --m mttiivnet ;'- Sliit tIde a Lnmiie Drilththti', hique lotlm, Marseilles Printed IJneus.
a: i ia;j< LANGE ;
ntj juej f'ST Hr.CiiLP; rrt.lvt.IMm.ALLEX<.'! Organdie ll !ic a La.ze l La Ba\adfre "
i1I rtiS *. IM( 3nl .s t>f the wctk w rc 5iOO loilcs, ] ,
rant .t- .
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({ am iMCI .4 t..a ie Lu. (Ii. twai tM tl at the $tij hi- rtyipt j.SOOLal a aii.ftSO.CXKfLiitjfcr ci Hair Restorer and Suobalsaiaum liobe Jlnjjittiniur, Double Skirt Bareges Heavy Dry Goods.
lime rxtvrts of I heuetk were. Cl/VO e..l the total Fur eale by AMI2s: A LIVELY WATCH MAKER M Alrnt'da", Robe a Laze: "
Trurtci.ar. a / -i'r.'rafle.. lIwara t.u4y erywru BOW naeh I. .7Gb'O Vialc. The increase Mir 21.1MJ. 21 Relten*' tt.i Las Bayader.Mantillas Oinabergs, Brown Domestics, PLmids and Slri[.t
kIM.S N 4 use.1 ru4te ,(thc ( Isu.ruustet by the Be.! l"icee or Yard.
in ix-eeijJs atthi' i i' 12S.OOO: ( anl at all .A.nd. Jeweler
I'tmJ. rr trtr-l ly bw MM! e qo4 of tjtaiu jr port iw.ruI Cftt<>ti.i''es, JJnrti Drill and Duck IrL-h linen,
I ; ;, Lat.e 'the 1mi I It1.ki. The (rvht. English Linseed Oil
,a.Isaa4 iiM-J. but ak. l.vu' !i1! th Towels, Table Damisk, Shirtuig and
.1ct siaki.! fl Os.. w, .w.r iI- : t iheqi&ol I are 7 Sid bterlms Ksohanse 9 1 2(3 bri ARTICLE boiled aid raw. For sole "T"J"OULD rcepcctfully inform the citizens of Mid- *.

RI., ith | rH.'naltKwe.] .-reutiuin, Oi Jv.. \ i.rL 1 j & API tinfak mr ijallon. \ V Ue ftii-l Et .t Fl-Jii.la that he desijnn mating EMBROIDERIES LACES, RIBBONS, &.C. : bbtcting

y e4.frtInh1i.fl. (lull iWy iK-cc-Mily ct a I dL"amt: uuil -. ht jnr eeimt prtiniuii.TM .. AMES tt LUT.LY.Msy occasional Tifitj throui ti tliesc) sections <>f country for I Embroidf Collar, j Itibbou Trimmed Collars, Mantillas & Shawls

t4Jy miJ iK twrat< ly. la all t-ULlt vs. .. cl, 18iv el the purM| >s of doing any work ra tin above hue, Embroidered bkuts, | Ladies and Misses Setts, ,

the nrt s4 lit* m j nty UoU tb Uxiy. al th forNTT-r-A *lit visit UtLe p-eonnry of that may be tutrubtcd to his care. Litbcs and Mi.-scs Enilxl HandVercliiefn, In all use late Styles.

r.Tiiliatf tm.l b)* tbiir 'ervtarv. <*r -y otrIHTHHI ) tin* SUtr. enaMf* us to ttate that the late frosts Pure Zinc White ilLSO Marseilles! Oollart, White and colored,

l'm tlu-v may
a ct OIK and the j corn Unit was up wat. fic'illv) nippid, but coutinj (Gi-ouht in Piepaftd Linked! Oil.) est poatibue pm-ice.. .* Edgings A( Insei tiiir-i, HATS AXD CAPS.

act >f IM-| iuj..i4ty I.in
maitiivAa tie act <4 tie l 14'JV $nd col of the j Illusion prcrailtil ao scarcely aflfixtcd at all, and \ \ new anl I J. lutiful White, uinct fiom the A pi il Si i. 1 Ml. 1 8-1 vOFFUi Taaaetj i. Girdlfis for Trimming Kaquc, BOOTS, SHOES AM CLOTHING.

MJ>runii-tu.>. So w'th' the v1iet email griiic inauufrtit..i', -'nd mitEr it ti Uie jtutn.! w.'h nio-t trI : i\l: LLSIOIl IISTILLE1tY.) Fancy Dreams Tiunuiiiigs, i Count TiibV>n ,
l Li' the U of ctItr that the Ttifi- I Cotton wam iNit mj. at the time, I lut now i prout M Plantation Goods.
> 5c we i : fret timfit rtm a. jv>r <- e.n5 ALL tl.o nit 1 ALIllwlu Kuban Dj'.Iia Fancy il Plain helL liib'n,
ate vi-tH-d lHi... .- Ixha'f the Tisa I ITI ra1.i.1y. ami z.ooj1a11im! ate eq'ctol. Tlit.iei 13 BURLING SLIP
< 1aiv on -h rcr. r a Faint Mtlsl ril'.OUALl.R: MX' Its Feather E l le Trimmiug Riblxir.B
I H*. tm inniix: t > i'n :r | r< \ i"Ujiul iu< nt, re- an ab'iTitlam-e t>f pcai las left on the trcec, and I INCOMPAIIAIJLK ItJULLIAXCY OX COLOR Hardware Sz> Outlery.
tW Unnnin' will Ita Con. WATER -rREET. NEW YOIIK.THOMAS Fancy and flack Velvet Ribbons,
?utU>B cii .KJ'riniii.Ji.iii .aid "lot.nrv ,.svh jud.rilitu improve Shtir maturity FKI.CDOM: : from all POlSOXul QUALlTlLtXKViiii
The full) vir t, l l..w< ver, f fro t tl/.s fruit >- Clmntilly Veils, Fancy it Iliin ICnehes EMBROIDERIES & HOSIERt.
Leeat Out, I- the lft nit J< f ; u. t on n ay INJUHIXG rn; ; HE VTII of the w.,ri.. j ,
LeN. not bf Lnm"a ii until near tb-' njK.-riinp period wtu BETTS French Flowera, | PorasoU Ji lane,
men. cr nnatt of niak.i'! td a fntineiile isDLKALIMTY
CXeet.tiVC dn.ppinand* Oil Cloths and
may envut Matting.
in the tx'on'E1): SIT L'ATIONS -
('h'teiEt'tt,7 ..\eii*, IItk.
and i's OHEAT SUPERIORITY to White

.SY TELEGRAPH.LATiil Led in all the various uses to tihich the btttr has CAMPHEXE, ALCOHOL & TURPENTINE, ii.--: CS-OO3DS : lUlLS, JftOKAHB SALT

.tov\cr.iiN'r or e.tNnIn.tTES. heretofore bet n ai-pl' etl- For sale byAME3 AlaO Manufacturer and Dealer in the following articles Fancy rillianl Oonai.urnp',

I 11 051 EMlOI'ii. A LIVELY. all of the pure t quality anti at tLc lowest Muiliu, ]>ro\rn Shirting, CORNICES AiND CURTAINS.YAAKCE .

r: r MKSSKS. LIlTolzs-PIeasc an- May SI, 1so.( jiCompound market price : Print, Bleach

AUEIVAL ( el' TIII natme C I... D1LMII.LV ai o. canJi !ut<> for re dcc-! BUKXIXG FLUID, 0 .1 4 Engli'-h Prints, tl: Brown Drills, ISOTIOXS AND CROCKERY.

then Jo the t'fiee cf Tux .Wcsaur and Culicctor of Gentian Spirits Turpentine, Tar Pitch, Rosin. Soft, Ink trhile 4-1 Frtnch Minsters PI ids, Groceries and Fmits.

LC(B County at lli<_ <*!ect.cti in <>ct< UT r.ext. fE i[ rw ':tr : j'JIFSE Hard and Venire Tiirrx-ntinc, Coil Tar, Shoe and U bite tt Col'd Mamillcs, AprtuChetkst,
WEijNB BORUSSIA.anwr Itrueli Makers', 1'itdi, bliij) Vaniifli, Oil Tar, and Pique Cloth, Malboro Plaith A Stripe OILS PAINTS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS -
MANY VOTERS. U11TEK3 are an infallible remedy fur S.i\cralla Swiss Mus'in! Fancy Cottoiuvdis,
JL Billou and all disorders, arising from a deranged Whit A Dotted Swis Mus.i Blue DitiiiiH,
) ) '! .' ($) :-r. TLe friends of II..n. CIIA.II. cond'tion of the d'gcstne orpans. Dyepeieizt. Debil- DETTS' PATENT CAMPIIEXE, India Twill Long Cloth, Brown A Clinch Crftih, ,

Cttoj. Iliicd 1.SX to 1-d. Li-PONT arnouncc I mi as a eciuli\ tut t.f Ap.e.tite The cry bo,l rcanufaclurctl. Tape Checks, Pillow Cose, CoU.m and and Kept that eonsdntij the lowt-st on Cash Land without and sold tleriatk at but one pi ks.

.lc. For tale by AMES A Ll\ ELY. Ladies arid Misses Open Linen, ,
f.nd French anti s
Pure Domestic
<4Uoe tf CliKf Ju--t5oc of the *>'>{-nme Court offluml..a. Spirits (1EO. W. SCOTT.LADIES .
War AcLuay! Commcncctl.tTLIAa May 21, IT?. SI at the Lowest Cash Prices- woik Hi'sc, Linen hhirling,
Liquors, Mardi 19, 1SZ.9.! 12
Crinoline MuMin, I Allui.la! Brown AThompimoim'

Aab .terrt. Notice.LL WILLIAM GARDNER. New Stile of 1-4 Stiirtin ,

April 30, 18S9. 18-Sia__ llotjpskirls, Fuivy tt StiijHsl Drlings, DRESSGOODS
rK>CB Laving dnimn or demand vruinsttlic
$- ta 1.-he Jiceusen t'.amur Wer A T Ladies Corsets with! White Duck
tgI. ) llotirrs.KNTtin hip Navy ,
IVtalC of Archibald i Bale, deceased, late of Spring Millinery !
..,_ azisE the tnthaptt.i Rom <4a LsriLitrrpool > Ixt.n coin l e, auhertby notified tj |i'rcmit them to supporters attached, Farmers Drills, FOK 8rBI\G OF
.-- ----- Canals Casrimeres Planters Linen
arrh.eJ. The. lat&t biiaa *Ut to the a.--- : = : :-: tie trnltrrgt-il. rX't'Ici'J adtiiiii.ftratur. |>riiM.iIyninbttiiticatid. ] 1

3rt! oMav. :! MW: ENTIRKLY NEW -w ill.iu the! tim. ._ cnlxvl by Ltiv 1 <>rpr. MISS II. A. AIEKSERE1U Permnu Cass'iptr, Crown A Blenched linen O S9AT
P.lack Drab
COMMERCIAL.tW they aill!!! \v i.u-red l mid all (ieee indebted cr- rfjuttteJ receiving at the SEW BI ILDI>O, opposite (lie Dtta, Chinese Duck, '-
Satin Grass
Fanners Clolli.
to jiaymnent iimiu'duey.UICIIAKD Kpifcopid chcroh a fashionable a'iortnirut of
(:StIaN id.-llie ea! a oft ot1i'i f r bAUMnUS. i: O.Spring. wxcr'
tW | t I0 I uiaea day crt ,4OO Uilr*. of THAT WOMUU1TL: irUIFYlXG ACKNTDaib5 Sheriff and ex oillcio Adoj bl'RiyC AXD SUMMEK MlLLlXLTiY

vkir jeeutu axid .ipvitrre tusk 2Oo lhe, Fluid May il i, 1S50. l-8\r vhirh fh. offers cheap to the Lndii.9 if Talliduvsccat Boots & Shoes : (Goods Goods.r1l1E
A& maiiti. f evttuu Lai .xlii.tJ. dark* A S r } Proplijliiftic) 1\icinity.. ( Spring .

!. their that the xlir.c fully 1 May /. 1S5J. lIttIFoi' La cireulaiy < M undersigned is now receiving from lew
rceF9 Lfan
Thee ir a Xff Jf"fa-fv. it m !)>i of td For Sale. French "
aM .dsereixeulars r1M.sL th de.a easl) Ibi, /.' v< 'e--h. ft n tri' ,nf' t f Si.ft Hill I"T Kent .. Colored 1. York via Savannah, a large stock of
ami tfce tai Let lrr'ular.. A VERY PLEA.-.AXT RnSIDCXCK Highland
/x>W''; Jta'ea, VM '.CoBMiln hal $ w.t.a' .1 1 1anJ T is a Clxtural U -inn of ni* i'ah! pr it? d by .1 V on UK corner of St. Augustine and "THpOR time balance of the year or fir a term Jbs.JD \ Congree (Jait.r LiPIrlS DRESS GOODS,

vr*. % r.uuely r. |..-rltJ fcl from b9 } t< '.'1 I. $ I Nature lter.l lf, for r>r> 'enn i 41rs the air tie Call ua_ -,r.'ct' iiimnzitnti.luly! in rear of Judge Ji jfr ais tin residence rcccLtlj occu filifflpie11.y ; Oi|>sfy Lttiekinr, tam caaciao
Iu atlioc in rbcdieix fise laws.QHiK Heel
(;EMR'L XEW lixatbc. is i.e B.kt cc n ..il.! we ..i h.-rllliy, p-rrsaot' must l r Uied Mrs A.m 1DuVul.. J'I'H.Tor hhpprr, LwiHira Robes, Chintz Organdies,

SIRC;{ : rOHT.KtTL cat'rii' iih a ncr r fUi.nrcll! of 2d water i ic rartnulars apply to L. S. DiA AL.Apnl Vt-lret Slippers, Organdy Z Skirl l'IW Jaconets
White Kid ,
li J taken tie Itsiffal-ira flii.-, oflcri-d f-T *ile, lo-.v fur cai-b. ; SO b, I85':'. IS Siiiuiems: 0 "
ullu: aol IthiV1 cut,4.brlge ee.J'141 It ;.uril a tlit tt s.k: : ctr'. 1'rolze Congress Duot., 2Jupe, Crape Morels,
Tl.e InjiWna a.e new and cornnoihou t!>e ni i 0 -
Liz Solid
It til oTeii\e '.'ra Ucr.UCnllP. IM a C. Bareges.
retuark'tlle! ( imeUnv ii-uKHf A. GALLIE jots.
or it* nMrrifirtti S denine! Lam. el 1 t rixinw. a wide ai.uvinanl
; po. .iie Pftrige Robts.Jrvuidine Pine A Mouslioa
It ei.rtf ltnrt with instant ceraintvI '- Puftnt f's Lonikin lIsts pple ,
aol the ritt T.oiro 14uTalorn ,
cr >- < at Atwm Ji rftlit-'t-n i/r. ton ever ti fWfiv-h trends.It be't w tair Triili tror.t anJ back p.>rch.nil! tateiitiyitl u nctipt i-t a lirre and) well selected stock cf&TAPLK I, Call ( Rolxf French Lawns,
of ICerllttra In It 4il I jurat IS
Italy, Lmiaslruly. a ixa'iv aTsrj-d ervl ia altogether tlesr-
; a very and FAJ.CY GOODS Printed Lawns ) Brilliant
La. Ac.
4etttrta v.ital..e am.ia.ml .ioua am. ,
New Jailer
an Cloth (
Ii (
M r MHtfJ that! tLc I J n \lariara, in I'k imort.IMM ; able re-iJt-coe ft>t a 'anter wishing to more to towa rtylo ,
l en 1h It .'U.I I in-Ixv-jj ill \\\.v Hccudi! tie !rate* tf ttaiccU, } fftiny; end Siininmr RcatJ'i Mmle Cl'ithtug, llimt't5 Shot' .faii kind1, Plain. Bordtrcd and Moir Antique l'ara.ol.,
VUt.j : m v to I Mautillaii Frtnrb Lace Points Velvet TriromelM
lkt l C /Jtw.rt / .hei. ,
an > rn Ftsmi'y Mf Gaiters
iilim be.i etC.It < j. ws Fancy ,
'it3. Ionhttt .
ejar ? in tJ.e State a urds uorc, ant f.meitilis o baj i ilyeotcbiue.1
.atte$ toils wht'tm ;.i1tng (!n-t i'r U7>i ', HranJuf, tte, tt'e.Notice. I'laik Gaiters, .Llt8, Clmntilla Lace Mantles and Shawls,
ex y!, .1cn.TL : ns la Tjl.'aLa.-s-c'! ,for tie cihicatk-D of bjtliIJiJ Eouuil tend Belt Ribbon ice
It *uoUcs Lode vlica fo-jE .J, and Jicila Ibcinraf. end Fen-files 'i' to, k9. iS 1 lice) Slipper?, Dress Trimming*. Ae. .
eauiip We.er left Liet-icul .ii tL.> 2n a Lmecer.otCiiI.Jreu's D. C. WILSOS.
:-lly. Any .nin dt *>rh<% to rnrvli the ave re,i.kne.!
of May. Ibe Wu *}* Wft .S utthaeej4isa a tl.4 It u coed f.* rir1 u-trf.n. iileors, UUM the
o: ru vjJersiijncd at the store cf
of M..y al l a.t-ric4 4 ilu* aftvrtMuM at *? o ofc-a: M* the teeth end 41Tl&a the real3 J.tn-|. IVILkMl & NEVllfcV.-. ALL prr <>!.s Living; cLint <>r iltciacda ar-ilcEt DlJt.lCHhl ISutjtlt, To Cash Purchasers.C1AS1I .

Th. 1.1.iii! er<4 Iie. Lest on the rIflflhs a, .rc-i. The wtirrt Hvnij tic*of fyriboiJ and Scarkt F. ret e'Ute <'f J .hn I IX Tiiouipaun, dvvcise.1, laf* '* Colort-d Route,

1 1 ei i j- :"1 oflfiiui( ; a K.nnty I0 A* & 1Li Tb ka.iwnt. eLk tho ej.reJ c.f V>j-LciJ Fe\ir ia Fuu- > u, las?. o-it j'Ltn'Kutotl. to'tLu uiiiIerniiTifd or lo Judje Gwjnn, Bronze (Gaiter, to examine. I*fore purehining elsewhere,

"i sL.- ii. :. > Oi'rveruit'ui |.i, % it :- < n ; iit: ail u1tmt 'uil.it ..iite4vliCf JnJro of Prob-lc, lt! >%< C
f..i' tI. ticit a&tkity e4iiuc; a' aim :-i 2T it m CliArlentun, Cc ( rossTies.Eswza.u 0. "W. JONES.A *- (lmttfOafuid Ties. tile Good at D. C. W1LSONK

I T L- 1)ick *a.4 lrn I TT. ( -j' tt- 1'iinliu Sarancih ti. AtUuU. Maenn &'.. jri- A- : 3t l9. IS-Sw -, Goat
Augo a Cinrr, Ptx. A. fito. II. 1 } Kip Bros*!)*, Boys Bregares.
ly |IIb'TIbfl( fr wuIn all rvrt"1 si''v' liui.' I Lem Mustmnet'v, $ -IBM, MUo and New Orienta.I Tn'h'iame.ilay! Mb. U5*. f
SPLENDID 0 P I' 0 R Tl M T Ht !
W.F- a u.ir j--' ..a atth< llilie vl I.tUa"it :iili. I ti.o 1t-s1etas! 4 New Oileaas and iiutAlt! are SPRING
.- -Mli b \- 1 I. It k ',j'.iJ ilmtlli-- Aurtiu ,.' SEALED riU f\ SAlJMil! be receiml at thi Hats & ANIISIJMMERCIomHI1sT&
It'll Caps :
1 ) ctU-k A .M, 2il Miy, f ir tl.edc-
i 'L t it :I L _> fl raa .
r-j| I eebper4tktT elai-
ml Ctnea-Tia and tLecoi.etn.eKa of M. Tns r f A .* "1 r
Lrery e Cents Fa.iI.iotial CMS l\te
tI l'i. MH 1 i. 1.4 hal I.'itak..a atxl tiiattlio .r I 1antum.! Jiynktams furuifced ty tHe geluu at t :
( tlc w.rk and Crick Culterts on that poitk>aef lie C' Silk -
h. \ \ 'riol .
< ari r iit<- Ate4saoe. j .1- 4
rt tie*.. rate ron-i hi-twec" 'ma'tere Mill anti Gtoi'niRi'a! THC LATEST STYLES
Ii.- > V-i-.T4.r: itatini. Mt Vernon Casa _M FOR Ig69
K.--X 'm 1 t
1. <-'-i*|> < iac( tt. lv .hugb3t3 al euu1trt nerhaits 'me-
.ir t'v (17 i.tee.) > ml. :.ii.i'- UnI i\ le -..-cii at Wai' t.r'* Pearl Cass Windsor Hala
S'/.inM, t .1 ,! ,,. !I.y the A trun 1! c skra rmeti1u1y icmi .1. pve ,
A'ii lally frt u ate 1 Mill, Vttujeelb.! ard Sui-dy <'fe -k 1 ost Oi"ce. T.ie French Cass -AT- :'
: p i. < > <- : trj'in* ta ?vLmtt1-' at tlllaly. l'e l"tt:<' h1CC r.tt Ffl'wI 1k. 1. c-,
tI. ,, l ...i l1-i- hi ) &-i* at 1.-aet tn 1 eoirtiiuy rt taina tu.ru.t! to r.ct any r.r ail the biu.*. Paiaca '
1 nsih
..li G.iio. 'Tit I I JAS L. K'.MX>LPII CWf! Ers.bcer.CJT TR01I the well known Gallery of Tucker tt PerP lyglnvnttSlraw D. WILSON'S.

f ..:._t s;, ., Tbl !&'ul.&t a2bJ KlI.J arSFr '1 I Stonotl. JI.>tjtn llo and iladiaon paper kn.s. Auu.ta. Ga. takes great pleasure iu iu- r.ys French Brown Hats.
forniti the citizens of Tallahassee aodicinily, that SPUING AND SUMMER hATS .
!Iie lii. of !c *e copy C Pearl Cnssiun-re Hats,
tin rjf:
<] a. 1LAastrinutlud LIVELY
hTAY be his the well known
ale io TaT.ataseee purchased Gallery formerly *
14 l1.
day 20Aromatic Trimmed Maricabo lists
lake Vif iw ironene di> of** tli her* arulaic ei3re to* guiti W Priiq ials generally tlntvji? .%u.* t.be,"r*'**:c*' decoded; by Mr James Bailey where be is now prewhid a Saxony French The Latest Styles for 1859'AT

,. K. r-rbeo tiieimip! >cj sol!*, c:r. >, wa. Tonic Bitters. pam-cit for t.ikiti.i thoac Paninia *
F. ;*t. Zr a 'aiI btbbjb 1.401114 & :ila4r -
het ii. j..iis ."y ITt !! a'racd can ave it dote w. icavirabJf ferrrs b_ 1E kJT7i.E TNE: ::' AE&TYES leghorn M AT
$0 Pi f J. DAitDi.! i DJiiLtful and Invigf.rating BITTERS' "
1 tl. S.! t.t Pu' Ini i v"i rpIIESsE llaia and Faoej Strsw Hits
1 Vy ii .r : iin C. 1VfL8O'S.Marchl9l&l9.
Mann 15. 1ST?. ll-ly I Jp.re an irmsalciU.le artioV! far those atJicted sit)' i| ncre rendered tbe Gallery be u from tclebra- .
111.1 lb. l '.
I' t (MIt L'TIUIflV r> 3r i ..i
I 1) .' vps.a. Utii.O'stKKi or l.ws of Appctitefcalth >* I i ted tir and wide. Mr. L. will aLto introduce in a 12
4 .Ttfet tauurxf are r 1 1 ; *- > ,
umy j v K ( 't.nnsPtL. ftw
the :
) *
'au" uifttio iro.n: Dobi.ity irkideot to ,
K\.lui.> ,:i 'x>ri itiji. tI\ 'i.L tV tiflStTln: : 'i I 1's.tI..a.! ItuIrrc, II.-.iI4cf" Pn'C wb > < rceoveryiroM
tiur Mi I I..U Anx-iK i r a1. si.0! ** tr lw-itn.J attemlai.tin WurJi Cli I E' ii cD X.
.jr .ikeOSI. nxmiti Notice.baring
'I lcL A i Gentlemen's CIotbiBg Yankee Notkns .
1..:at!. '1.1 t>c il.l U) U'o cti a.'f! > I'T that tiio- l.u.T uiates wIM tiuvl 5 ha lie AtoruaUc Totiie Bitters a ralorbla -
.*-1** ** Virwo. It (hut tl.e Doth Plain and Colored. Hardware
w AJHXtol! .111- an a orrtaiu curel> lM.iu.wet auJ nun *t t.I. I'uri 15onre tin 5S'4M'tOC' a minrc* nf !nmiII.c.1 |jloo& .re. It remote* alt rcnvetlf, j 'fLeet pictures itt present 1 bait no Su|>enor. He has Sa.ldlrry, Iron it Nail. 1)SONs land busioesa with roe trill

wasik ai4 e aaxasu4eJ. Notu'Vknm r.ore (ailrn 1a1saiuseJ.s t iA.vkiJ; mutter frn tti,- ,itm.niAil.iiriS. lie.liln*,', imftar'smi' viben prt !mfed.iictioL tcjiiced the Prices of the Ambrotj e. and earnestly CtockcrV JL Glassware, Liquors vf all kinds.CAKUELL -itJ'e call-MI Mr, Rutccrk, n'beo I am no, in
rdT.latil lo UK IIITTOU *ltui, C'* l! thai litenifcl Dottle.
) far iiae tot the Tallahassee. ffice i is in the Hofrera bialdiiir.JOllXBEAUU
Laseibb mpany My
of the
lohclta continuance so liberally
ettrr] M>fmirvii; ; .a'ie! for the r.trmttimln of hciJh: a patronage ,
saLL date.1 Palcnlnj, .'qo-Il The Kmtt-rvu *cl>110 KV?I>TH.B>TKDWARI Vcsowed! UVu| Mr. lUiley burtteltre.U .
.4 14..fl.41 LdUieJ t1tetortiu v- tel beswfle-nI r.t>iis| hare tnnsl HM j-ri>|>ri<'U r, ll.ntl ) BARNARD. %? fentiatl aaJ WalulIaTlaKs py.kirl publish -
I K epmn.4 .,,% 5.CQiC ft L1rUt CUC Lu Ilti emetUJ, ntt mmrertI Drojcg-bl sad Apothcc-rr. ; : Cull cia l examine his 6tr'wc/w. ..4 Q.1t & MAXWELL t "*
1 L3.aImSt aJkb&a'u 4 t-flie".
,1144v .UM> tin. I
-tiTta t.TTICtfl. .t-rR 23. ?. I" livte'a19.lliit'. I
'- t ir 4 -r Ste otwenacamtat t.i1 CO. 1U9. April 25, 185?. 17-1W
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: S. JONES & CII.\. E. DYKE, )hnTM.T'nrR:: o Coprcn.Tif AMnri* :T fkr l\e cure of Dyiprpili fvlijvttt, .'.'
I Inos.tni' \VHOLJSLEM> RITAJT. '!' 1I. Lea of .fe''te' 0' u9 ;/'c'" -- .. e Pruprict.'rvouhl .
At Two DOLLARS iD advance! ': 'j'IIE
per anaum i lonplatnt. irrtilut fro,, a morliJ inaction c'rij-:1-: I ,*
:: >rt.: III:rllf'lIHr IY.kr' :
Ik.HIlt l?> l'i,41., F.l:C\ A>P J.u'r1' I of a t Stam it'A ar Loaf's, i" I TZHMH OF All', EftTISIXG. : \A2E. Colit, Cholera Jforfu,.". j L. \.1'1 ;c. tl jt he !had rebuilt :
-- ----- -- Iin ik tt.i I :I.- the old Hicf till i,
Cn.e to'C IIeel-qnnrtcrs. 1)1.r1 J. CI ; II LEE TICEET5ONLY tl' ace"n M.<,!ate his fr.fvls! .ud 1 ec>t.'mers)
;aeu tulM que:it rO the human: family w more or less subjected .
p Jlro<. wnal.uJ UjBiucs* Car 1, iMerted at$10 per \ SPLFNDID assortment Cooling Parlcr 4 return Inctatrf';1 some of the above complaints l besides in- !. NoTiciT 'nT-TilE- --ITBLIC ; He also baa'.tl.1... : 11.. hiS' .1 1"t\ n jn-'nl 1 Fllaet-
.JLM with "T0111 nlnmd"geltI.b in life which, smith SLop., 'ieu.1:havt have .t.re' :.III!:rul-of
annum. : \VCOJ St"'I"cftrirll"l uutuUIan. t citiz' of .iutInrn ( !. mHr. rable oIlier conditions .
Gl..rgi, :
1. Advert$A.nii'nt< net marled! with the rtniber <)tin .durabili y. at reduced j 1./i\ 'Si? ie> and K.."t r':"i ;us i. f<'r;the ;,1 by the assistance of a little knowledge or A S (lilt members of ur firm have by tray of psir- ::I I'Untuti' noil. ]Ii'm .I.oeiunt.d! Caniag.w'r.. in :
ti. \ery lil.IIJlronng1 exercise of sense, they I* ableso i .Achae-". become the ownerlIf the grants chnrttrsdbj the very l -nuiniKr and wills prcu ftr.I'.' and dispatch -
4 <&rrtions "il> coiAiiiucJ until Ifuibiti. and urged : Out l>t>oi' "'OI'Jt. iccritcii fn tu tl en. i'u' :;a g the pst common may .
i A\evrlmd'l'. tfr.lt to regulate! their Labils of diet, and with the States I cf Delaware Kentucky, Jlw .
: Roofing Ornamental t'r'n1 !II ade. GttU'ng; .CP till! <.i. nine tin (ln.l.ti'e uf the above. i".f si.t.11 tome, secure I of tIusc in Georgia imler the mrnt of I November 5, 185X *4
I =C rtineatf. of pnLliv-iUcn or Itil or e tate and Tin CtindurtiuPIJMB. bLeit Leud. ., il tioae eeti'>ns of eouur- rind I has maTe such the a ow1iec.ill per minent health In order to accomplish this liters Gregory & llaiiry. If Wi'iuinqtou.: Deliwar
Dot tc until the fee U .
I gueo Jtcitiamg .eots wuii 'icU<-tLrt' f iKutal il! 'tii-
Zine Jya.l Patent r.rrai'n ma
: ,,id. Pipes Cie.II.IIJ.I. buopoilcferserv : desired object, the true coni e to pursue iii, I II we hive t'nn:etl it l'xpt'.J'nt: to ch.u:>rd the name of I Carriages, Buggies, and'Harness: ,
L sis tu I. to 111 LL fetis of .
i' dcnetit bliortLu.tte.1 : as iu :
: '.rh. fuit.l. tp F naturalstate
"al"ty certainly,that which will j produce a 01 r firm on and after January 1st, 1859, to that of
---- .
-r---1 teeth in ( f tbe pulir iiAIdp, ut fn m fifty to I For Sale by P. B. Bnrtaw.rI"MIF .
any | of"tiling the least hazard of vital the
at A\COD ElDA C'). who culhereafer have "
Ulcit limit .
( City and TL'otmli ) : ; .
1 .BtKSmaIT"lfING I ; ont hundredAr\\ lits than w. usually cl.ircfl for i strength and life ; for this end Dr Hosteller nnii.ir.'n.ent of the Sparta Academy Lottery and .i 'R'p .Subocriberha'. jrft reewveJaL

o Are respectfully i..ited to give me a eAil'1eiol c pur I the tame in tIle South; (be :la".I.t be .a)I.)cud I, has introduced to thi country a p'eparation tbi uI..u: a* abu o:lit <.JIn t very lame .uP'ly..f'Curi"if'F,

i: OTICE I Cuuiul cl.cwbere.t5ir. puaraiittes them to be as fl'BABu CCAITHLL abdFRvicEABtE called HOSlElTLIJb STOMAChI3ITTEflS all trau-ae'i ms w e I lace enJnvoreil t. conduct II .J nGi,*."anJ llarne. tvLLL. Le vflVrs ,
: "Vf, is hereby given that N. 11 All articles tmnufactuod from the : ss can be rut up North (b.utb which at this dan not a new I
and and ..
1 tbe I very I our bu n ess with integrity pr"rnptrs. we rsile! on tile moat reasonable terrr :
1Lff 1 BLACkSMiTiiiKo BedIxrss :- I bent mat"lialllll l warranted durable Nootberartile llio e in need of Ifis service! can, bv .1Cppinl a I medicine, but one that has been tried for I cm a J56U. the public t'lt tie patroir liTetoforottstowfd Novctt.bcrl3, 1S51 46 _
t 1Af will be cootinued m )heretofore I *.ill'ht offered for sale note to Inn a g ving well !'H rv < (if jigtraus'irred --- -
In u! is
at the OLD ST f D of D. C. TILCOK w tlrunoe : ( ig .
jLlv > I OctoUerO,1S55. I LIe the well di'ne, to tctt it broe paynjrf'riL used it. rhe Bitters operate powerfully upon I !
4 to our succt'sor Very rt'rl.ctr.ly. Notice.LL
and firm r
iF style I __ the stomach, bar'el* and liver, restoring* .
II ---- -- u --- t>. SWAN CO.

H. B. Fitts & Co. I I RICHARDSON'SI c-: Hie best reteDce given if Jtred Hum to a health r.nJ vigorous action, and Aigt-sta, Ga. Dec. 15, 1S3S r V pt'm II> Itaving claims ag- .nt ih. E tlc o,
1. I December 1658. 52 thus the : of strengthening
: ; by simile, proce ._ .1 Ani.1S Lee deceased! liS (creditors Jr-\tf'u. "I
r Grateful for the palrooage Lerctofore extended their, I L NENS --- nature,cnnMc the system to tnrraph oerd.aeasc. I \ -LDDY-- - tlrtill! >utec!. ire 1.eret,v Lot fieJ and uquireil! to pre
:nS : : I flux WOOD 4CO. JIawgcrs,
Diarrhoea, dysentery or so :
they ale uww better prepared alld tletermiQvJ tuSPAKE Jr. sertlbtir rieiijnJ"; July aa hent.c-ittil Co tle. noi
DIF RSi; &c. i.i.Shine, gcncruly contracted Ly new settlers, and t bucciiscrs to S. SWAN & CO. I ,
the Wi
: AO PiUS !> ."::ned Executor t f List ill aid testament of
; II 'MERS of RICUAIUC Itntnn, and tbo.e "J S : keep on bed causcl principally by the change cf water sihl ,l,'':*'!1. within two years from tills ejtectberwne ? -

-tt. (n their prit to itcrommodite all >Lo inny fafurthibl ClONbl! &' of obtaining the :;rt>.ii..e yotxt, thould .L and .. f; it'itb( their brief use of this jrtparaiun Dyspepsia, I JL Luvs A Co. .f tLc Aca !
J patrouage, I ire ll the articles they rurclitu ale staled! with Manager i JSp-uto eiii to n.-l1 ivnKnt inmieJiaMrJAMES .
i I I I the full:name of the firm, Ha-\ 'I. I frs Pork, | Mess e.r a disease which is probably more prevalentwhen ; ) kltel). in etch of Ue:r biugle Number ..tte- IEE E-xtr
'. SUCH AS Hour I Lard | Hums, taken in all its various forms. thai I rice fur A pill, ISiV, tit Ai:justn. Cfonfia in lout Marc!! 5, IS:**. 10 :'.,
t Ilortc &kornc. Ironing and Repairing I riCHAPDSOV. EONS A. OWTEV, (Plain and Sugar Cuied.) any other ; the cause of which my always. lie, under the *u permit bdtu<.e efComndaatvrit-r. ;

1 A in a guarantee of the soundness! and duiabiliiy of tie Sjrnp I Yankee IJcaiis, | t3tiarcf all Imd. | Cff. be attributed to derangements 6f the digestive t'asl'J Jliatc tiifwJi-t. J 7 135 ,
Carnage* and Hug "And needed fanilitscnl organ. can be c.r,'.I without fail by 'ay ? COXSU..YIYfIo: ty \y OLD LNDIx DOC:
I J gtcs, Plantation vvrK of HJf I Oooe. &1 other! articles. usually by I ucing HOSTEITERS STOMACH BITTERS ('/rt., 20 J>ran ..attttdai. May U. 18S5V TOl I INCAS LIUXT, .LiTe! a .
Tin rendeied prliallv
li !
caution e>n plrntitiormA
i n.ect.ary t < Itratrt
h 21 1.ater.01. 21 183I '
directions the l 'tle. For a.s 2ay ViMiiiry th. Iniiinns uftb
description, of inf and l,.fo .live l.inenu lot .f Iu li Pitatoes and OOUG for 1dauthlg.-! as per on o among
eiery large tiltili. nor ( < are I ( I j ('eaa 11 J'ntu N-'n / L'S li .
I < this disease will rccom- I < <:', 'fry Ivi>clv Mornti\liseiivf reiiCUKED.
,: o' 'lilllronl and rt"J airing same, Ironing Wagons ', prefaied ason after season and scale with! the i All"n land a qu r.ljI1l'C Dry CooJ, \\LieLviiIl every jhjsician
mend Bitter of sv-c kind, then why not I --- --- a RARE rL.\XT .11.It pious 1
Fi, : tall Cart, I I 1111 nf liuhardiriM. bv Iri-h Houses, vho, rcgirdi le .1tlo\V. '! aitielo known to be infallible ? o v TIlE J AX (JI.'LvLExuJ.rrLs crJ.aU1r'1IoN I.f' a certain cure Coa-umption,
use an I
1 1 1 ami iu fad e'l"f'r11..11n enptk' i ">f work m*.I. e-f I lc*.of t'ie injury thu. iiiflicted altlern! the Auitrftn: J.nI3.'I" 1C-. 4. Every country I:ive their Bitters as a pro : oncLitu: A.t.m? ", .hirer C rn- ,

t Irou and Ste.l, all of whieb ,'e "UUST. and pledge dmUjruerami the manufncturtrstf (,'IIIe Go Insolvent Estate Notice \estivc of di,"ase, and strengthening of I 50,000 Tickets c.EE.U. j"aint Y.4. fC'UIIf "tlOJlJ,Cough
I will nut !
f 'ow'nln.1) execute at tLc slcrUrt notice. leaJtly Ilan..n a tmll"t 5. profitable the system in general: Sill among them ill i 5,1:5: l'HIZE Cobb'. J<:. II:.nin now made hisCO'5UMPT1O'
j vtliile O lous of
purelnurs iinposcd eu
i L t H B FITTS A COMarc'al' "itl : Slat of Florida \ there is not to be found a more healthy I ISIRLY .' tcn'* IoUJ ut:re-1 (corn e.ill"u.
woitL'ef! character
Hit 11 -ly I '. than the G,'rraan!, from whom this lie ilfciJ the cud
47,. _. .. J. BULLOCKE A J. B LOCKE. Agent ( imty of Loon f' j people scientificI I pi i script ion
,, -- -- --------- --- "T 1-ALFY T. LLOCKCU. admmiafrMor delxms ] prepan'nm emanated, linscd upon .; for .rill the uici'ilno -
: :6 Chueh bt, New loil. I } 1 It K L.\ j" *11ZUE! crr.IDirt'etlors prep ,;
I Broome & Thompson 3- 1vI I .J. 1_ non rf the c tale (f Jr:ph Ulnicr J late of I experiment which has attended to advance MAY < ftc ({tharie ,<> all Who d--
ill the TO EE ECAtTX EArn .ntr.IIAT 15 I
| S"1t18HS._ __ ________ Leon county, having filed in tile I'rcbate | the destiny of this great rrerara iou ire it, and will SCUll to his ag.ut
u drcasJ .
JPoni.rtn.dl23.ct: ZT'lrt.f'f medical scale ef seience. 1 Prize of. 50,000 1 f'iizesof..lSOt)
I flic! if said ittu fUh'f.tinl that lie believes I COXSITilPTIOX enclosing! two tamrs ((6 tents,) t<>

-0- I'I Liver and Sale Stable.rFIIE !: I IK- (gtflte of the .id Jo*'),h Ulincr to 1 I.e in- 1. 20000 50" .. 50) pay tl i.e return KtUr, with a
"Iin nntlern.rned i have f rmd a en'rnttn.r..I.ip i Irrfigned folvtnt, thcrefuie rotiea i:herely given to all per FEVER AND AGUE. 1" . 10000 1(10' "" 4W I' fft'ption of their ": inplcins 1'h. 4

JL under the na-iie of BUOOME AlllOilPbON.. I I c.4..44'-: l. tbdt lie "<'111.1\ cLminpiinft t-aid ettjte to appear ai.d I Tins trying anJ provoking wseaH'hleh flies IU 1 to 5.000 : 100 ro I Old Doctor I hu4 ruieJ ninre tlian

'n< the tran!,ction of a I IGKXERA.L e---:1: the with the sudctiuntv I"1,1)00 11'0" iso i :<'', (i' ..
r chased the Livery tilt same Jijdge .f lrol 'te."f I relentless grasp on the body tf man reducing him tea : CONSUMPTION ft*** ''J'I"l"n.
CO.VV/SS/O.V IIUSIMISS \\ ,1IatII 11. Jier.'fom. inTalhf.a;ginlllol Il or 1-rfire' the, SOlh) stay of Septciulernext, mere shaJow in a short space of tune and rendering 1 to S.OOO 100 IK -pe8aniiCli] .feJ |I'"p!* trill

lu the city of Ftrnandma They will! give piompt I g'",wi of the establii-lmxnt, I \\hl"u tl CI e "ill I c a pro rata disti: iiutiouI.f the funds Lim pafucallj and mentally useless can toe defeated Jjifroximaiton J nu.I i: CUr.En. ma:I then nelves IIrni.! (pix>rtun:.

4 Attention to the sile or Miipiuei <-f cotton and other pr. pared to ou the bii-uuis 1 ; of said estate nm'lgat the .,ff cFtatc and driven from the tody 1'y the use of IIOSTETTEU'3 I rnzesof JIOO to *50.OuO prize are$1.600 tt'. a" tIle tvctr wkLe; J. .1 .11

V piotluce an.1 1 w ill make liberal adtinces on couMgnriicuts an. prulniees'arr, public Vith; gooj nccoinmod itif tuu : 1) W. Ctt Y JX.N. Judge of Probate. liE OW 'ED BITTErS. Farther, any of the above : 4 :00"approg. 201CO JUO': tl.e good be em t.rll be diWl.-! .

for salt, here.or f.irtlitpuient t.>their frunc'i la his Iiu0 ou reasonable term*. I March 1'J.. 1a59. I:-61 "J dated d:eases can not be contracted ,hen exposed to i 4 "O" 10.00O I.llt'/ EO SUmOSJJru" nlll..Uf'Is.fu -

; Savannah, Charleston, \. rl rA. or Ljicr/x!. 1.1C1IARD SAUNDERS. i -- -- -- any ordinary conditions producing; them if the Biftrs I Ian 4 M 225 ;.COO to tJQ IANII.L A DEE,

They will iitgotiate' ia th piuic:|>;il mIll k. ts(,tIle I Sl.G.1s.! 3t I C1iangeofSc1icdu1e.WV. use1 u per directions. And as it neither creates I 4 *OO .c.VtJG( It 800 I ClTP.W. Box 3S31 I'. O, New York,

United States tbe mle! of B unJ. iued by the State ---- --- i( tauscl nor cen-1i the palate and rendering unnecessary t. 150" S. \ to Gaol I Who is Ins svlc! ae ut.
-iE 'f N J
-by the several H
tie! ,"r inC rlQrlld towns nnJ ctler pnd .%cutitit. i INSURANCE CONPANYInforporalcd suits but rronotcllOund sleep and healthy g"9o'&t, I Sos piizesuf 20 . .100,000 -

.., and will refene and execute order f\t luvntiijeut the eomplaict is thus removed as speedily u I It con- -- -- Notice. .
0 P
c A x Y .
) in the iuuie. They will nt! .uj tu the purcbaitREVL OF J1.IR'J'.lOJW. :1 lijtent wi:h Uw 'rodart an of a thorough and permir 5.1S5 Tiues amounting .$320,000 : taontln after date, the un l'rnineJ; ac'mmis!

ariLiv( -- U. S. ALULJ.TNE.TLc i cent cure. I \\HOLK 'l'icnErs8lO; HALVL. f5 (>IARTECS $:!. SIX r of the I..tita rf Janus 11 l.rnn I l-.te of

ESTATE I IN THIS CITY, I in Mi.} -ILartrr Frrpetual.! For Persons in advanced years fSf. A lirll AK tJnttntty Ht flan ft'(,'<. fatten**win 1.von county ,1"caEf'II.Till pr. ent Lu nccr,irl *Bvonl. -'
: I rublic i ar I a.that the I Who are suTcrirs from an feeblcJ constitution and It ttt tu cull.il'flll4l'J rtcttnuj iL..a.5 ."! to tile 1I.n. Jud;t' (.f Probate fur .ai.1!Co'jr-

f or in any town or count in the Middle, E
twutlirr I Htt net i of J."llIriJ.c. Persons Lai'i.;tucb .\ I CiriTAL ,-8IOOOOOO. -t- ANTS ire cf .ren; and Ti;or, and needs only to be tried I Ct'rtifi.ales of Tjeligcs ul be sold at tie! r.O\V:: i' 'D. C. WILSON I Adcstr..
for falt.Till do veil to furnish them >Uts, \ :
Jiri'pirly ] 'bub the n-k Peeenlstr 2. lSiS. 52CmNotice.
MagnohaGa1veston.'TlLT. to be appreciate Aud to a mother while nursing rates, v u :
with; accurate Jucript-ona: of quality' locatiuu. inprovements .
the Ar.AINSTLnSS .IAPIVVGFTJY rius, tie Bitters are ii.d 'pensa'le, pecially shore th. Certificates ot Taclage of 10 Whole 1 Ti kb. .90 -- -- --
Ac with IXfHrI
cf -
tewn. ,
uamo *oiuejiersnu .
price .
: AHAI1MI1U lilt: tUL.\, 1 leave New Olh'nnsanJ the var.ous lloii- mother's nourbhmert is inadequate to the demands 10 Half! 491 : .
'Ill."ow the .
who property i>n appfleatiun.We A \kl>5rF;NT WITH .
lull atteud to the sett'einent! claims n'tllic i 1")' ( J L' Tlo Til. \: T T i,/la Ports. a pr fillowiuj :rhedule.LCJV : cf lfcs ci.I1J, eonsein-si-tly her strength must yield 10 Quarter .. 20 '! SIX months. after ,late, the itnieregiieJ! will pr.-

1-edi-inl or Plate GotcinniriiU Jur kciviues or I ('. LEU.: IS, Agent New Oilcans<'n the 1S"l> M :>thAriire and here it is stare a good tonic. such as Hosteller's 10 LijLtU It. 10 i( his final account and vouchers tv the\ Julge l

.ulMitute during the recent In.li.di \\arJu l For Talla1aaee! aud : at l'ensaeula tilt.the IHl J:0th Stomach Eitlcrs is netted to uopirt temporary otrcngti III ordering Tickets or Certificates enclose I tLe I t.1 Probate vf I.eon e'mi t v. nnl :1.1'1'11] fIr a final dis-

ad.lition to t n.l.ir? Ciniinkai'n Department, tLe 18-57. Z:; >iciuitypftl'i Lea\e IcIFn'ol.on tin f:itne d:as. I and TIJT to the!'stem. Ltliej should by all means money to our a.l'!'res for tl.e Tick ts ordered. on receipt I charge firm 11 e a,!m ni-t ration oth r.arevfMar-

.o4crsigiied have purrhwel 'I'e!' entire -AI-- -- -- - -- i A I rn'e at Apnhcb:cuUin lhj j lib & Sister let. try thU remedy fur all cowl of debility, and before 19 I of which they will be forwarded by that mail thai'.Ir;|,Irtt, clci .a!ed. late if lj-i n .nitv. (la

i k STOCK cf GOOM <.f M.-srs. ELLIS THOMPSON I I.elue.plladucll..<,I the sure tl:ts.Ainx. j doing ask your flysnian s ho, it he u acquainted, Purchasers eau have li..l<.t ending In any figure they !' (Signed) TU01I.\S II. TK1PLETT.
Compound Gentian .- at M. }tIMikS. cu the 1Mb J let or J I a,:a the virtues o( tillS Ei::cr", .Jl recomciejd their may Il"nate.; Felrtury 12. 1S50 .-na ,
to uLitb they Wil make lar .e aldilium it au early Irl4 on the ihv all of weakne.a.fttTlON.We .
Lave t same use m ca!LJ The List cf PriTin VnmVrs and Tr;zcs uill le --- -

tlay. They 'i1lleev .ou!tautly ou Laod an cxteuiv IIfIlIEaE.E.: : \ jt Cidjr. Key tn the lytb A :J or :J I caution the public against sent to purl.l'I1H'n' immediately niter the. .ha.'i iijJ2T" ITotice.s r

and will afcsoitt-d l.xk1 Leave Cedar Key the fame Jas of the mutations Purchasers trill l write their
or counterfeits
( using many .kase signature
Dry Goods IIat$, Boots & Shoe?, Clotlnng! : r_ "iiisir.TrrTs I ilhusitnd: all !d.rIJr.! uc ai illfdJILI! I : :uinn.'li the undersigned n.l.Iii-tratvr of the L'stat
Leave Ialatte 15111113 (.n the same broil BiTTi.its. aol 1 that each bottle
tlajs. \rn see Kiinombtr that Prize ti and
and llar.us Li .t j: is raw n
':ndJJerj <, Grocciirs ( el-JitillU "f tlw lij 'bivc 1.1.18. DYEl.Pa1a. D.il. Arrive at Key West l;. *'qttors> exccptcd,) Provisions, Plants- : Liver Ccnij.laiut, l.u' jitt&, Wll of At pctite I \ ra) j presort Lie filial account and voncI,-.. to th.Hon. :
!>>ave Key \ et ou the 12tb :,11 1 2CtbArnve Bitters" b'own! on the nlc of the bottle, and r: All pnze. .f ."'((0 and unc\r, pail i we- j .
; troD Utcn&ils, Door-, \\mdous Ac (..rsilely AME3AL1VLLM \ at )!loate.Lirrja oa the ISlh A 2ttL. stamped en the metal'!! cap covering the diit..ly after the drain j-ttbir prizes at the 'iJ ) Jcd:e of Prulute .,faul count; nrvl jsk to liv

,, ':nd otlur Building! Materials 1 rcb 19, 1E5. 12JJJL'DICAL. ---I Leave lat e .t Tampa on the same days. '' cork, and observe that 1 our AutL'grIlIh siguaturc time of thirty oa)5.corIcE I i'misJt'd. J. C. CKLN-sII(\\'{, Adiutv.
is the labelCTPrfpartd I January 8, 1S53 -Cl1!
Anite : Vdar Key tie Hth on
Furniture Iron I ( en '
: O.ICI .! J sib TO ( coRnFsro"SDn ------ _. -
llfil } ; LcaTe Cedar Key on tLe same day". I and sold by IIOSTETTER k Those who not mail
jli Jvrarc and Cullcir Castings, anJ a great : --- \ -- i prefer sending money by can ii
\"tidJ other articles. J I k? TV\LOH, :: .J. S. BON D. Anne at Si. Mails on the. l&th d 20.li. SMITh, 1'itbbnr'h, Pa., and sold bj all u'e the Adams Ar ,ni Cww/awi/. -ii hereby moneyfor otice.SIX .
I : I.el\e bt. Mm La he day,. nonllm after date I eh.II
o .Amp 1 in |10 and cunbcsent
ta sad dealers Tickets SUITS ol upwards, present my.fin-j' ac
All wi'rc'j tiiJ till at Wioli ale R.Uillor Drass grocery gtntrallftbroDghoot
I Ius
o tliy or Arrive at Ay\il liali the 1Mb A COtk
:i on
from i and vouchers to the lion of
ij'\1 Drs. & Bond ri-l and Jude Probate
Taylor 1 at our expense, any city rr town I
$ CASH C<> Produce, or guod cummercial tbe cited States, Canada, Soctii
initry Leave A|'al!'icl) nula on the sime tl.ijpAnne where they have an (.tlic The money and order I J"tT'ra..u County ai adnnuistfator the! E.-
i, rtptance, at ]'>,' ]- [\\ E w.iated in the practice( of Medicine. Ofi i at I'tIIlacvlll! on the I.Ih.f :list or 1st. I America and Germany. must be enclosed in a Government Post Office j jsLimpcd I tate of Ailhani Celhiry, late of sail i count, d(.

I with those (.f any city ia the South We ib\ite inottluuU tie at tin "IDS AM P of Dr lalorlulluliTsee t' Leave Pencaeola .n tie 17th or llt or 2.1. SCOVIL & MEAD cnvelopt," or the Express Company cannot: I ceased, and ask fur a diielnrge from said ndmmietration -

1-1r I nuj ill olL 1 JAMES i:. P.KOOMi: - --- lie OALM s 1 0A JIA.NOTJA each male I 9
'\'liolesalo .\gcutl.Solil All comiunmcitions strictly confid.ntiaL December 25, 1S58 52-Cin

.1 B. W. TI1OMP&) NEW GOODS. an extia flip to A.aluliieola| monthly by i:. \IO\ICn Jr., :tl.: NASh & Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates toWOOD ------ --- -
!) 1 S50. Leave New Orleans on the Clb & CJJ.Artue I 4'O. and TILS JL '. -
February 1 9.---- -- 8-ly-- _- -- -- -- at Apnlachicolicn: the 7tb A 23d. Florida.Aprils, LI\'EL.t lallaliaiMee EDDY A CO, Augusta,Georgia.o" Notice.SIX

Machines. WEBER & DANNHEIMER I Leave Apalnrhicola on the 9th A 24th. 1859. IS-lv WOOD, LDDY A CO, Atlanta, Georgia. months after date, I shall present my final u.

Sewing j Arnve at New Oilcan the lOtb A 25th. \VOOD .. and vouchers to the lion.Judge of Probate
on -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- or, EDDY A CO, Wilmington, DeL

GROVER A- BAKERS CELEBRATED FAM MERCHANT TAILORS i DANIEL LADD, Agent.Newport Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. JJJ A lbt of the numbers that arc drawn from Jefferson couuty as administratrix of the Estateof
J ( Ma the n'heeli itb the amount of the Prize that each
: t50 to f 150, extra charges of$5 fur lemrners. The .AND DEALLB8 M I IRE.lDrJI.JJ RAILROADS.Change ) ask for a discharge from said adminiKtration.KLBLCCA .
is entitled toi ill be after Jraw-
I I 1?, 1S08 51 oce published every
i f ilacbiocs are etrong simple, *a y kept in or.l .r. Sew I I'r CLOT111GGENTIEMENS1 I GRA TIJA r, AJmfx.December .
- -- -- lop, in the following pipers: Augusta! (Cto) Con-
a strong ce&m. They will do better aud cheaper sewing I II I 25, IS5S.6m
I AND .A..G-EN"OY. Etitutiunaliibt, New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register I
if the works fur
than n.treg. even one -- ---- -- -
I a fe can : --0--- Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta
and 1 the best Macbiats I GOODS
cent hour unqucstionibly
an are Notice.SIX
telligencer New York Weekly Day Book, In-I .
Bank of Columbus Ga.
f iu the marlet for family U1\jug, on account of 1 TALLAHASSEE FLA. ---0.-
of and Morning News Richmond Dispatch, Sew York months after date the under* gneJ. enrvivin;
!1 f their simplicity to "all, durability varietien,of ease uiiily management fe\\'ifg-eJ, !, ------- D. .\DX.TIS, fusil., "H'M. II. 101-NC, I-rellit. of Schedule. patch, Paulding (Miss) Clarion, nod Little Rock I of the Estate of auea f'. Linn
4I. either fine vik with fucilib 'mE sUBsCIlBERs are now receiving Cash Capital, $100,000 M. -0--- (\il.) True Democrat. late of Leon.county deceasedwill present bis ae-
Uujf Lu\'yor equal 1
t L their Store net to It. II IVrrv A -_ Nov 14. 1857. 4 -1y _ I. court and voucl ers to the lion Judge! of Probate t'rEaui
and without special adjuttnicntt having ordered a daily mail ser-
Room a veil selected Stuck of G .\ above will TIlE Department ----- ---- -- and ask fur du chnr)
times mid
SlIU at be > ad-
aj Agency ALL supplied county a ;e
Seud for Circular and fi1l 1
a SUMMER suitable THE e between Tallahassee takers MILES NASH & CO.
GOODS j Exchange on New ) k. at current rates I miui-tratilln. J C. WILSON,
I 1 .Addrcs L. M FOLSOM CenUrvHle, Ho. : 1 ; I the Train will run en and after the first of January,
April S3, 185'J 17-6m VL\ TILULLS'TAIi, i iconsist'ng I Al o, ou Columbus and Apalirhicola Bills di 1 ,_ ___ __ at current rate,. Gold Coin f as : ------
in of French and English Clotb Caseimere I
part the Pen. ( Railroad received from New York Imrk R.II
On Gam.
I 4'$ co. :
For Sale. *and \'citings of the latest s!>leanJ best qcality I CXUve (up stairs) tint the Store of T. L. Betton, JUST per Notice.
of articles in line
il. Leave Tallahassee daily \t..4 P. M a general assortment our ,
fluE SUBSCRIBER offer, for sal* l.i4 tract ofLAXD "I.ic they' are prepared to make up to order in Eq Dec 4 188. ELLIS 49 AgentTallahassee Arrive at Walker' Mill by .. .5.SO 1. M. such ns Oils of almost every kind, Burning Jluu', SIX months after date, I ball present my final

S ..L known as the Crntreittlt Mill Tract a workmA.likc and fashionable manner and on \\t\- ----- ---- --- Leave Vt aller's Mill daily at. . .8 A. N. White Lead Zinc and other paints Window Ulas of and vouchers to the HOD Judge of Probate

coutainit> 8iO acres of Land It can b.
as to euit several purthastr There are seitral READY-MADE CLOTHING Connecting at Walkcr'lIIilI with Post Coaches via Gelatins,London Mustard French Brandy(very best,) I tale of \ Watkins, late of sai.I l county, da-

J welling-houses aud fll'reson the premise. Terms | Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties Merino -- MuDticcllo to Albany every evening of the week excepting medicinal purposes Spices Pepper Lemon lrup, i I ceased, and ask for a diwhar:e from sail 1 adininistration. .

- eU1. R C. UILLHMb.i Silk and Cotton Under Shirts, 8Lih., E. L. T. BLAKE Sunday, aud) twice a week connecting withCvaeliea I ills.Quinine, Peruvian Bark, Fluid Extract Buchu, AVM. W. HEIR, A'dmtr.

April 9, 189. 15-tfT Glove, Ac Ac, AcC5f running to Madison i Alligator, Baldw in and Ac, Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent Januarys, 1859 2fraNotice.
-- -- Register ofie United Slates Land Ojnce JacksouvfKe. Medicines We keep none but the very best and -
odd tale this method of i
They tenderingtheir
M. CALLAWAY, thanks to their old customers ard the public T.\LL.\Jt.\SSE1, FI.A., I On the Tallahassee Railroad i hope to merit your patronage.M1LENASU, d CO. .

r GROCER & COMMISSION WERCUAM generally, for< the liberal patronage heretofore be bis services to :act as A TEXT f.'r Leave Tallibasscc daily (ezcept Sunday) March 29, 185G 18 persons indebted to the administrator of the

I Ilowcd ou them and hope, by strict attention to their OFFERS to enter land in the State Land persons Office, at. . .. . . .. 10 A. M --- ALL Cade GodU>ld. are hereby requested to call
I, Two Dooas ABOVE AMES & LIVELY.0ONSTANTLY Arrive at St. Marls .. .. .. ..11.25 A. N.
business, t J merit a coctincalc. of the same I and will attend to any binme, m any of tbe State by BLACK-SMITHING immediately nkd settle at the office of

:, on Land and receiving fresh sup J. \\jniu: Offices at the CapitoL Charges reasonable, aid i ID Leave '-L Marl daily (except Sunday) I A.P. AMAK R.

and Family Gr.cene!. No : L. D\NMIEIMER. I to the time an,1 labor U stowed At. . . . .. .. . .. 215 P.M rpUE undersized has tc!umed work October 23, 18SS. 4Z

pains spared in selecting pxnl* to fill orders from proportion Arrive at Tallahassee at. ., .. . 3.SO P M X in town, and Las opened a Shop in ---- -
I Ipri Map of 1own hip WEar rr SIWANNEE RIVEI
the country, and at the lowe mal ket puces Country I __\ _2,_1850 n U furnished from two to live dollars each, in advance Connectingwith IVt Coach to New Port on arrivalof the Rime building with Mr Kuhu's Car ,- 11otice.SIX

, r j produce and all other goods cx>usi iied tn me for i I CARRIAGEWOPT Jamiaiy 22. 1859 4 and whirl, returns before the departure of the riase Shop, opposite the Exchange, wbeie all kindsof .

.a1e..m receive prompt attention. The citizens of NEW _ __ Tram; aud with the line of Mail Steamer between ma
Tallahassee and vicinity are respectfully solicited to I I undersicnea begs leave to inform the citi- A. J. PEELER'S New Oilcan,. Key West and Cuba and intermediate despatch lie can refer with confidence to those their final account and vouchers to the lion.

4 ''k call, examine and price'ray good before purchasing J T'HE Tallahassee and TiDciDlT. that be bas points on the Gulf arriving at St. )Marls on their way who have patronized him berctifore for the chancier Judge of Probate, of Leon county, and ask to be dis-

elsewhere Every arlideTananted to be A repre. opened a carriage shop in this place joining LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, to Key West on the 18th and 1st or 2nd of each of his work. FRANC 1\U ft E. mii-sed from the further administration of the Estate

aeltCd.tn the purchaser : month, and arriving at St. Marks on their WilY to January 8. 18SS. 2-tf of Lovet Green. deceased late of said county

Apnl1';9. 16 i Brokaw's Livery Stables, TALLAIIASeE, FLORIDA New Orleans on the 15th and 1:1: i of each month.- -- JOHN DUOOAR. Admt'r.
--- -- I "VT7ILL Practice in the Circuit Courts of Gad JrD, \henevcr these lie Tra.n SUI'ERIORBURNING ELCY GREEN Admt'x.
in tbe building forruerlr lpie.1 l>y J. L. Groncr days come on Sunday ,
JIILLSIIOROUGIJ where he is prepared t.do all Kinds of work iu bis T" T Leon \\ kulla,Jefferson and >I,div>n, and will run on that clay to connectEDWARD January 1859 5-Cm
i attend to the collection of notes aDd FLUID !
promptly accounts -
MILITARY line, at tbe shortest notice and on the most HOISTOUN,
AEM. in any of said Counties \T7ARRENTED FRESH For sale at the Drug Notice.SIV
-: rptlC SUPERINTENDENT : REASONABLE TERMS, [2f- Office in the Capitol, opposite the door of the Prcst. Sf Sup't.January >I V Store of E. BARNARD. .

_L a ofhcer of tbe Suuth : such carriage.painting and trimming; making new Attorney's General efficeItb __ 1,1859. __ 1_ January, 1859. 1 months after date, the undersigned will pre
-- n
Academics. For a circular adJr a 27. iSIS. 9-tf his finnlaccounu and vouchers to the
C C. TEN N C. of Probate Leon
HilLborougb, The undersigned M prepared to do this kind of of county, as administrator on the
,. Marcu 12, 1S9. 1117Gun6Gtms I i THE estate of Mintor, deceased late cf iaN
nod SYRUP btepben
well m
work a the latest style, as it coo be & PORKBAIlIlELS
-- the North. I county, and as. to be discharged therefrom.
Guns !f--- :; All those who hive tli kin] of work to 'o' and i JOS. JOHN WILLIAMS. AdnrV

las located wish it done in a manner that fail to give March 12. 1859 11-Pm ,
undcrstgneij now Ir |
'" '
TIE prfie the Post fficc, where ,lei! i" prepared : eati!facUon, wci:Id do well to on AND fi : l ; J' = .
WM. KTJI1N5 ? Notice.SIX
m the woilman Lie and prompt: manner, to i| I Scy -\7\Toj3t S.A..LT.I .
male and repair July I mouths after date I, as administrator of the

GU.tfr, IBIFJLi, CU.-\-LOCKS. )LE. TY Rood SYRUP and PORK BARRELS (SUNDAYS EXChPTED.) Roseicood Finished- Latest Patciil,)- of Riebard R Cole and Carolina O Cole
for sale here. ALS in fact all vork jx-rUming to a Gun or Loclsinitb. i I NOTICE. SALT, at LADD Fla. arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Sa. AiB-Ticrrr AMa DESTCUCTIBIC. late of Jeffirroon county Florida, deceased I ball
Wib: the above qonlific itiutil be oxpeet to merit I Nor 20. 1S58 47PLANTERS' connecting at Callaban with Stage for SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on band present rty Cull accounts with the said Estates to

liberal I itationagc of the citizens! of tLis place aud | ft r-|j JV-4? "*; S' '* y
. urroutnlinp c<.untrvt2 SUe for Tallahassee ; at Tail Bridgevitli Stage November 20, 1853. 47 the said court for a discharge irons my tiatorthip -

?" J B Gun'locks aliravs for fiile on Illn,1 I IAL'UUSTLS attention of Con i iTTjer. of goods by tie hOTEL for Mid
3 1 I IMareb. J. Tallahassee & Peiwacoh d Georgia Railroadsis mo'ville, GaiusvilU, Micanopy Flemington and Insolvent Estate Notice. November 20. 1853. .1- m
respectfully called the following rule: Tn11n.hn.asco.
CC. IS O U \ Ooala.

f "_ ; -. I JIult ), of 7alaaMsc J.. Ptn JL. Get H R. fit. I C. II. TIDIER, Proprietor. LEAVE Starle daily (Sundays t'X epted.) on arrival State of of Florida Leon )fRW Insolvent Estate Notice.State .

"PiaiikRoadAll"Rightr! in cab cf ot Stages, and connecting at Fernandm with County
jre payable on delivery of )
; rr'igLt I
gi April !. 1859 15-ly B IIODGSON, Executor of tile li!t Will
storage will be charge on articles lying over, Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, 'I County of Leon fLfl'TLETOX
Testament of Charles late pf
rchvcd tho I Al'igood,
ri IIITimdergigneJ baying: entire iotercet and
Tuesday Wednesday Ftiday.
i < after rono\'inl periods: .IGE a Leon deceased filed tbe Probate M WHITE, admioisfrator of tie
_L of he Georgia Honda Plaul Road j To Tallahassee, 3 A. II COLE, Sop't county having in
I JIYs. W.
Company,will put the same in good order ', office of snui county a written sujrgevtion that be be- : Townsend Lateo(Lecc ooun-
tr\"l'ln \Tit11 6 milc of a depot, C OF TJlEFarmers' Mayl,1t58. 13Dwelling ty, d.-coased. baviug filed ill the Probate office of
ii TLI may relied on TLe rati rf hive re i --- ---- 1 eves the Estate ot the said Charles .tllitpiod to lie I
tol. .
L 9"
iI duced! 25 cetit. To at Bel- \n i iwUbinc insolvent: Therefore notice is hereby givho to all said county a written suggestion that Le belieVes! the
.010 pot persons overl2 14 & BankOF
I Exchange for Sale estate of the said John W.lownsendtobe loholvent
Laving claims against said Estate, to : ,
to cutraet by the reason a tniuble dednc-! I Itii This rule strietlr adhered and persons appeararid
>u "il be niaJe. But the ruinous credit *j tcm so *! for \i b d to. parties C1HRLE9TOX rJ' II E well known residence of the file the same with tbe Judge of Probate ol aid therefore notice ia bereby given tall persona having
tending good are requet>t*> to comply therewithor claims said
. I .bu this and on tins road I can't titand.t < I l JL county on or before the 20th day of September next against estate to appear and file the mme
region cancel be delivered. EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK, NEW subscriber situated on the 200 foot .II. .I wilL tie
tIe goods SIGHT when tbl'reTIll be a rata distribution cf the Judge Probate of said county on or before
must for the Suitable
t pro
-- Somebody pay | AND CHARLESTON street is now offered for s.ile-terms te- ii::{:
deductions made to ruciunij rua. 6 ruu'c | *Sentinel and E 10CSTOtX. Sop't. ].. The Louse contains 6 room, with tSSSt funds of said Estate amongst the creditors of said the 20th day &f:ptewkr nut.hen there will Lie a
tLc ei a.oa, Mbc-i arran ciiients are papr copy FOR SALE.A. Edtate pro rata distribution oT said estate amongst tie tctrnsby bascmmt
> made i February 26, 1S69 I. a large dining mom, aud is one ol the most itors of said estate .
JERE RICHARDS. DENUAiL Agent comfortable the D W. GWYNN. Judge of Probate
dwellings iu
Lfrl'bao. t -- -"" city
Mill, April ?, 'i.?. 1: Tallahassee, Dec 1S58. 49 A planter removing to the city for the education March 19, 1859 12-6m D. W. GT7YNN, Judge of Probate.

__ __ __ :LCK-SlnTNG of childrenull find it a desirable residence March 19, 1859. 12-631
- ; On Consignment. State Bank of Florida R. BERRY. Agent XO5S.A Notice.SIX
TERMS Price $3300 one-h-cash tbe balance .
1 ,
tire that lie 111 cnened 'his MOS" DESIEABLBA58OBT3IF:T OF ,
CBLS" }.ztr&.aud "Super \' -A'- 1,2 and 3 years credit 8 cent. interest, with mortgage -
0 Plat I BLACKSMITH SHOP again in month. from the first public!ion of. tLis no

D fD" p. j& 'I connection with his Linn SufI s'here he TVI'! TALLAHASSEE. on property.February FRESH GARDEN SEEDS ,the undersigned adiuuistrator..boa;non.

(0 3b. SiJ *. Lave dune all liud of Plartatiou and !, 1859.Feather 1 with the Will annexed of all and tbe
Carriage OziOFFICE: Rt"TCERS' iirgnlar good.
hboulJct .or1. : IN BUILDING. .JO Warranted Growth of 1858!
oo .\LSOD chattels! rights and credits which were of Join Wi il-!
Stag :t>!Layi teat Sca Cured EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK Brushes & Dusters. TJMIESE SEED are procured from a cold climate om! deceased ate of Leon county, will present ki.

1 llama. .. IOR.E.SHOEING in the very best manner; SIOIIT AND JL and will consequently flourish the better in a final account and voucLeri to tbe Jude of Probate

1' lOLL'*. .OliversVlulov.". u!e every endeavor to Lave '..okdODe \ .ORLEANS. FOR SALE. A FINE SUPPLY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS warmer one like our*. oLLeon county and ask to be discharged from bu

TEBMS CAfii.- with dispatch, and to tint cnrtorntrr.J WM BAILEY PresiJ ct. just received and for sale byMYERS QT" Call early or send your order*, that TOO roar said.1li6tr&oo.

I R. U JJEfcRV, Cum. Mer.i *. 11. IMOKAW.Ju \\*. R. PETTES Cashier. : 4 GORMAN. get tbe varieties dewred. AMES & LIVELY. I SOLOMON SILL''. AdoV,Is.

i 101":6.n:,. ? arjl. Ili?. 1 rebr19, 1853, 8 February !8. l39. 9 January 8, 1859. 2 May 14,1589 206taL


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