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Family friend
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Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
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S.C. Cobb
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August 27, 1859
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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
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F.R. Fildes, editor.

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ihe \ 4nniIPU1LISUED t uml itfrnr: and ?ho had a most l'l'utifnl'ny: of doing pcct nnd nfTection for Miss Meirs, and if I pparcnt chagrin: I have just had! the honor Rater" Ctt: .
3en.t1I: iltU. it, which Bella, in spite of the novelty of can, far forgiven for my presumption of turning your cousin out of doors! Some few years tel! Webster's

EVERY SATURDAY. their situation, readily acknowledgec with I can safely say that to bo, the husband! : of hich makes a compound blunder on my death tho same raft of scurilous editor
ablush. your daughter, this moment, or at any fu- iait. To tell you the truth, Boll.i: I nm who now occasionally disgrace
Terms. IN SEARCH OF A SITUATION. 'There lias been a great mistake made,' turn time, would bo to mo tho choicest gift Sir more vexed nt my stupidity, than with by maligning his memory? because they
said John Peters, boing sorrowfully ns of Heat en to bestow.' any one clso. As for John Peters," milled could not bend him to their sectional nnd
Vhcn payment li made In advance. .." ,$2 00 John Peters lm<1 just graduated from the though: he would 'a tale unfold.' 'Very sensible remark' said: Mr. :Meirs, Mr. Meirs, in a. half humerous, half sarcastic : narrow purposes, were in the habit of personally '
.\f payment 1 ,delayed thrt month' ... .. 2 604f mercantile college in New York, and with 'I see,' said: Bella: 'OIl arc t r 'ing! to cover Joyfully ; 'and: ns you tire obliging enoughto I : tone, I thing I must forgive him attacting him in their columns in
itUydd<< tut months. .i. of a situation. lie was a good looking red hair, nail the change makes you look say a week from Friday, that being the day for you, huz/y I shan't say to night whether made n point of non
.A.d.vertising'. young man: of twenty-throe ; had, earned funuj'j it docs indeed.' on which I had first anticipated your com 1[ shall lot-give! you or ito(. It will depend\ jpaj-ment.of, his debts. After good deal
Advertisements Inserted *t the, rale of ONE with liis own hands) the money Professor 'It is: all a mistake: ,' persisted John, red ing. This gives Bella nmplo, time for ,all mainly on how wo succeed in paeitying: ; of provocation of this kind, Mr. Webster1icldcd
DOUJLR l>er 'Iquare, foV*the first, and FIFTY Ferdinand) Castcllo de G uer had received in letting ; 'I never wore n wig in my life !I' necessary: preparations, nud you, nlso, to Cousin ,T ohn." 'i'" in one instance, to thc.vcry natural
;E.'rr3 for each subsequent Insertion.STA charge for his education, and, it'we mistake VTIicii you must have colored it, for it apprise your lather and such other friends Sufllco it to say for( the final gratification impulse administering a deserved thoughnorifying
\ Square U TcnHti* or fem..j not, John '<,tl'I's wos a native of a- small was red ten years: ago, mIl I used to laugh from Baltimore as vou propose to intito.1 of tho reader, that Julia Peters, of Baltimore : rebuke to his asailant. Add 1''

Advertisements liamlod In wl'Ctmnt.lrctructlon. usto. town in Connecticut,which fronisonie, oversight at you when I was angry, mid advise you If I might bo allowed my preference in was readily pacified, after a suitable slug him' letter, among other things Mr.
.the length of time they are to rnnWlll be con- on the part of pre ions compilers, to keep one eye open\ when you slept, lest this respect' answered our hero, glancing jxphmation: aOl, apology[ being tendered iVebsler! remarked ns follows '
Inneil until ordered out., and charged tn\\ at the A. has!! had the misfortune to be entirely over it set the bed curtains a fire.' at helm for encouragement, 'I would much him by.his cousin, on the following. clay, "It is true that I hare not always paid my
liove rates. 1 looked by the greit 3Ir. Brooks, in his universal '''"hnt nn. awkward situation !I' cried rather not mention it to my father: nnd nnd what is still further averred, noually debts punctually, ant that I owe money.
f-' scrutiny of that :State.:; John desperately, 'It is true I nlll John Peters friends till afterwards, nnd tmn give them : laugh over tho circumst.incos! so Ono cause of this i. I have not press
CONTRACTS \i "- For fear of rendering the town classical: but not the John Peters you take mo nn agreeable surprise. In fact, before I heartily, that for moment his face grew cll those who owe mo for payment.. As an
Will Le mAde with Ailvortlwrs upon tlio.follow tag, ai being the birth place! ()t f our hero, w c for, and as for hat: ing red hair, I net er had saw you this. morning I htlJot: oven redder l than his hair. And still< further. by instance of this linrlose your,fathers note}
terms : \ shall refrain from furl her mention of it, satisfied that honor I assure! you !I' dreamed of such sudden good fortune.' thoso who have: a right" toTuiOw, it has been wide to me thirl/ years ago, for money
1 $square 1 vcnr... .. tlloo | i column, 1 yen* $ 40.00 that the curiosity we have already It w as now Bella's turn to look SUl'l'\- Ami besides' interposed Bella,earnestly, ilfirmed that Jolm Peters, of Connecticut llti to education boys.'
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45.00 611,00 .
:3 8 .. 1 1 30.00 I 1 1" \1 1IO.OO ('xeitcdill\ induce further compilers to be cd. 'your father might not feel much like journej became not only a lII .Icllll\sL\1hl! to Bella, FASIIIOSVIIT.E CHURCH-. I JEW
% more accurate in their searches, nnd thus: And who arc )-01\ then,' eiied Bella 'ing so soon alter nn :attack of gout. As lint model assistant to Mr. Moire in all ix YOCJa
lvcrti will )hnvo tlie, of You enter tho church Tho
t2f"Year1y < *rs prnVlopo in course! of time(\ may awarded to the 'if you arc net John Peters! Baltimore?' for me, I would n great deal rather givothe matter pertaining' : to business.Mis ]porch. ]portly
change quarterly only. It elmngo I Is iloslri more aforesaid, town, in spite of its present' isolation 'On the contrary" I nm John Peters of money away which would be spent on -a.... cvton, with Ids thumbs iu tho armholes of
frequent, extra elifirgo ,,Ul be mnde. \\ : and duo Connecticut *. P.tnTisMTON'ri I i'i.t or BOSTON.fn .- his test, meets j-ou nt the door. lie
share of
obscurity, geographical n graduate from the mercantile such nn occasion to some (If tho poor families : -
t3fBuancM! Curd, occupying n 'pico If not impoi) ......... college ; and at present in search of ft who arc starving in this city.' her (Knitting Work," about to bo pill glances at you ; hat and coat are new, s
jnore tlran'ite KIWI *'U bo Inwrtcd. one en\\\ forTEHDOttAIS. In what part of the city JoliitFe'lors resided I situation. I am not your cousin, and never 'X oh''"- spoken) !I' cried Mr.\ Meir.s with lished wo find thin; old lady going to Boston Iu 10 graciously escorts you to a eligible seat
., \ I or where ho happened' to be on that' saw you to my knowledge, before to-day. enthusiasm! : and glancing:: at Hl.1ith!: a lo select guardian: for. her precocious son, hl'oalllislc. Close! behind you follows aioor
Cumm'ttntcntlans: of e (rw-rsonal clinrnctcr. 1ne\e(1\ morning to w hich we refer, ill a point' not Though I must confess you are the )prettiest world of prido mill am.rt iOIl. 'Nobly spoken Ike, and remarking: ns follows : meek plainly clad seamstress, derived
In this paper, will be:chnfgeJ ns nd\crll, .(iverHimcnU ,to bo paid CI'' 'II the locality of John Peters might tendto tho genuine John 'lcr\! your cousin, mill such charitable feelings you w ill make: bo sure," said she ; 'tis nothing but .mo day is struck seven with, Immoral I Thoexloii

advance strengthen: the identity of John Peters, for I can't'help liking j-ou a great dcal'nl- your cousin John a jut': rn of nl lie. I change.: Only yesterday\ as it were; I was < ne8.hc
fuu11 prevent him (had this; fact with some' ready.' ., ,;.. ,, ln'aftiy: agree with ran in this respect, and in the counlrjsmelling the odious ilowcra ; : stands cmbarasscd one moment ; then
tho truth dawns her
other important' items been clearly ostablWicd '\ on do ?"Indeed, how funnyTLgU': you shall: havo: it nil your own waj-' to day: I am in Boston my oil-laclories: : ns upon retraces her
@}xioinnl @Jnftxn in the miijil\' of the wealthy and iulluon- you arc not my cousin from Baltimore: ,' 1 ntyl!; :\ Our hiro, who, in truth, independent of breathing the impurp evecrntious of coal- steps, and with a crimson blush recrosses
ho which she has
;, '0 tial Jushtt.i jetrs( ) fituu entrapping)>[, hit'pretty what: is better\ still, my father: thinks ydu'; the harms of her\ person' had: looked upon' smoke, that are so dilatory to health. Instead I tll'eshoJ. profaned with
._. bird worldly of the singing of birds, tho blunderbusses tier plcbiau Hark to tho organ: 1 It
\ which \policy ami calculation II\I'l'. I detest ft cousin for my husband, andahov l : helm: ns! somewhat frivolous, was i'ialy: !
had already, beat into the brush :.or nil, n rod haired husband. But how charmed h)' her l'IIIll1'k: ; :nnd had tin: occasion almost deprive' mo ot'c concienliousliens. i hi a strain li'ol Norma, slightly Sabbath-
John Peters: I the second. did it all hnI'Pl' >r.,thnt papa' should make I warranted: would have pressed: a Dear me I IVchl, I hope I shall boicstrained i1cl1 Now thc worshippers ono alter an
"That: John Piters had been looking over such!. nn odd mHtalcc-f- Cvll mo all aboutit. kiss approbation iipon) her lips.) through it all. /.They say that glide in-silk rattles, )plumes wave-
the, morning papers' \ cannot: bu doubled, .' \ During the time which had elapsed between the moral turpentine' of this city is frightful H\il: glitter, Ill lIeOl'OI of forty dollar hand

li'fJJtlo, fact: that precisely! nine o'clock! \. 'Well, the fid !ii, the IIt Iiolfr, thing was a this and the day set for the mar: but isn't any use to anticipate trouble kCI'cllcfi shake out their perturuod odors.
51.\ found: \ him, standing; at the, door of( Mr. mi:>tiike, from beginning to end, and was Attributable iia: 'u of his daughter: ; Mr.\( Meirs seemed beforehand! ; ho'mny escape nil 1 harmonious nn absurdity to tho Gospel of the
Joshua: Mcir.s' counting, room ; Mr. Atcirs to an advertisement in the inorM\ overflowing with goollll1l11or11111 enjoy inllucnccs that would havo a tenderness to lowly Nazaritu to such I a bet I The clergy
having: adtciti.scd that morning fur book thug paper., Your father wanted n bookkeeper ment. Ho made several presents: to thin hurt I him, und. as hue minister of our parish J11\\better than to do so. IIo values hIs
Ie11t'l. and advertised.< I saw the ad\er- ohr/pf his acquaintance, nnd oven gate !said, with judicial training ho may be' : salary and handsome: parsonage too
"\lr. Jleira( ? I bclict I have: the honor. lisemcnt, and applied' directlytfor the situ Uellt.1h&Blttn of five )hundred dollars to bo como 1I'elllllllellllJl':1I1U: ofsocicty ; thougl;:!'- highly. So with a velvet tread ho walks all

addressing Jlr. Joshua Moire\ ?" said ation. Beforo stating my business I introduced used", if she hoso, for the same purpose. training i.s bad generally, and i is apt to make round hit ten commandments-places, the .
John IVters touching his. lint and LowingP10f011IllY mj-sclfns Petcra, whereupon your In the meantime, our hero was lit'ing! in the young run to feathers. like cropplucrowned dOWllilltlinw under tho dying; 1'l'nlgato'd
in the direction indicated., -- lather, forgetting there'mi-jlit bo another the greatest possible intimacy with Bella.: hens. But ho has him with seraphic h'mn

"The sumo: '1"'I'eRpolI..l(1', ;\( ;\Meir! with John, Peters iu tint world, bundled' me into Every day thoy walked, rode, or sung to nt him-"it conicH natural to hint, like ing into mi upper' ton Heaven.

a fit. ,.. i idljdignilied nod. "Can: be of any nn omnibus! and hurried mo here before I gl'ther'w1i10, tho merchant looked, on, and tho measloH: !, nud it is enveloping, iticlfmol'l': .... .'- FANNY,. FKKNV
service to yon ? Please: proceed' "1" r mld oiler" nn explanation.: entered into their plans: with increased: sat and. more." Ax EXTBAORDISARY ScRCfLF.: -At
John Peters hesitated and glanced, about, '1 low odd !1' exclaimed Bella. 'And! yon' isfaction. -......- 'witness I
recent sessions at
\ _" potty Croston a
tho room ; the )presence> of.Mr. :Mcirs was: are net my comin, then, nder all, but I At length Limo long anl'ieipaloil Friday Dt>. 'T .SPEAR: BO CROSS I" Don' was called and,'on tho box
said upon entering
!I' littlo in tho
recogniablo: in cterjobject.. rather like YOU, nut! nm not a litllo pleased arrived. and a 1 low chosen guests WCl'o."assembled speak 110 cross one boy ho had a Testament presented to him, but
"What shall I do ? inhere!: was only. a with the ndtenturp, because we can both :. at the residence of Mr.\ Meir.s, to street to anoth r. "Don't speak so cross' he declined take the oath. Being asked
hole somewhere," I thought John. I But! laugh together. over father':, mistake, and ilncsifcthu nuptials there's no uso in it I" Wo happened to 't
) his refusing to bo ho
there uaa no I.olc. and our hero proceeded.JOJy ,!. the' absent John 1'etel'1'.1/ hair.: John IVters had exhausted his. last dollar bo passing at the time, and hearing the' injunction naively I I'll tell a lie ,', mon
: name is I'der.-J, Peters !" 'But I must tIll or rather exclamation-for it ,was r'pled. wj ony
cvphin milter immedintclj in remunerating tho tailor who had: furnished i' I'll not swear to it.'* The
?lr: Mcirs from IIH nrm-clrrir: I confess; I dislike made in an extraordinary manner-wo sothe
sprang as though the idea of him his: wedding suit, and by the explanation was not deemed satisfactory'
though ho had: 'I rcciitod a shock from: i M>moinNilih Citing jou up to tho absent, John Peters,' nsMslnnco i: of the barber who had! trimmed juvenile speaker down nt' nn' embryo' And ho take the oath it happened,,
i I > haltcij't answcrod our hero, with; tho same uinningsmile his moustache, cut and cut-led: his: hair alter }.hilo ol'hO\' \'. What more could Solomon hlto Ie could add nothing j to the !information -
"John Peters 11' I! lint's, have said on tint occasion. True he hm :
all I
Iy I : gracious! haven
: ; 'especially' ns you natural :uitipathy tho most approved style! our hero was really of tho Bench ou the question.
cried I If II', Mi'irs(" 1 embraeinghiii.: : I 1 Ami like) an old. simpleton' ( have: I been treating 'I don't seethe use explaining.' Suppose :illp\"hl"'o within the precincts of tho city ; turneth. away wrath," and this being taken .. .
jou, thinking ton n stranger: ; all tutu while, wo both kcep'ipliet' mid hot it go for: ;and Mr.( Meirs ami Bella. werb not a littlo as tl'ue-nllil every body know it to bo so ICISSINtL-A female writer says tbt, a
according to the. moot frigid rules of eliquette. I'lIIte.1'ollorl': Cousin: John-what harm ?' proud introducing him among their aristocratic -it is evidence iu favor; of the superiority'' rich, hearty kiss wilWt a whole .
I .desert to bo, Mowed 1/1'; ever 'And,I then supposing that he, thinking fri ciiul.. Tho pastor! who presides of tho law kindness over that: ot wrath. Yen and some Wo had one some.

having: studied Count do OrsajM Treatise. mo COIIMII John, should insist on our I becoming over tlio church with which J\lI'.l\Ieirs was But our young street philosopher said pretty .' time ago, that lasted nearly a montbl e.,
I Hut howisyo'ir Cither: ?-how stupid,I in mo married'I bufore thu genuinu i John connect el 1, had a'ready arrived, accompanied muclrtho same thing substantially when< it is nearly a month since bad -
-1 can see him in every fe.ittiro of your IVters comes?' by a clerical acquaintance ; whim Bella: attired : !ho"said "Don't' speak no crosa ; there' no der how much longer it wi last.
face: -in good spirits' 'i reckonyt"4, I '0 I it would bo delightful;: I do so hateto in a dress ot white satin, with. a veil surmounted uso in it." Ou tho contl'al'}', it invariably -.p. .
sue, no mutter: about the:answer-armed in Jiiiirry: my cousin ; besides! I liku you a 1 by a crow of flowers, had: just. does much harm. Is a man': angry J It There is nothing purer' than honesty,
the morning train--all tired I out, III) doubt ? thousand: times better. There isn't tho least entered, resting on tho ann of the brides intlames his ire still more, nnd conhrma in nothingsweetertbancharitynotlungwarmerthan
Yes, of course, how could I expect you to romance in marryhuj onu'Heouaiiiehj>'ecially maid.: During the sensation created), the- his enmity him who, by a kind word and love nothing brighterjthan: virtue, and
be otherw i isc! ? rode all night, I see ? Perfectly such a cousin" us: John IVters of Balti- entrance ot the bride, another door had gentle and pleasing demeanor, might bo nothing more steadfast than faith. These,

unexpected though-didn't dream of more. (opened[ and a young m:1l1. sonic five feet converted into friend.. It is, in fact: an united in ono mind, for thourcst the ho
your coming before: the I'XI' J'atiulI of another I Hero Bella laid her pretty' white hand: on tour inches' ill height with dusty garments addition, of fuel to tho flame already kindled. liest and the most st'ntlt: \happiness.
week -think! your: fither sail 1 in his. John's arm amid said : 'But you don't carofbriiui and very red hair: was pushed in by tho And what do you gain by it ? Noth -
letter a week from, J-' let me ; ofcourso\ you wouldn't hike to boinarried i tho servant, and with much aniaxement depicted ing ilesirable, certainly, unless. discord, The Peterspurg Journal remarking upon
seeis \\"I'.lnc\41ar-which would leave: it a to ple.-tso me. I don't! blame: jou on bin, freckled, unprepossessing. : l features strife, contention, hatred: malice, and all tho weather bays : "Uoally this it hot
week from day alder to-morrow. Hilt no either for wouldn't marry my cousin John sank down in the nearest chair without uiichaiitableness! bo 11's 1'nllc. Tho boy weather' A lady started into town. tho
matter ; you are just as \\'('Ieomehcl'e! if I rould help' it.' attracting any particular attention from spako the 'wol'.l of truth nnd soberness,' other day with a basket of eggs and a pan
comes tho omnibus ; it will take us within 'On the contrary,' cried John clasping; the company assembled. whet hoSiid"Dou'tspeak! socross-there's of butter. When she arrived iu town,' hc'

two minutes! walk of my residence,and Uel- the little hand warmly 'I would give tho As the ceremony progressed' nail tho no uso iu it." basket W: ful of half-grown chickens,
la i U at home this: morning.) :She: can't help world for that happy privilege !l' question was: asked by tho clcrgj'iiian: if airy -.4.t and there' \M nothing in her pan but a
but be tl'liglltel1-como !I" And Mr.Men\ s 'Then you must p'romisu) mo to keep still objected! to tho bannn: ho of tho red hair Protection Against the Turnip-Fly.! littlo ;souir milk, a lock of red hair and a
caught the ann ot John and started in the and let the matter rest as it i.s. You will nnd freckles rose up) ami Haul :-"I object, A farmer: in :England has secured !his quantity of rock salt.4. ."
direction of the! street. won't you ?' Mr. Clergyman: most decidedly. object crops of turnips and ruta: bagas from tho -.. Sap-
"I fear there! is a slight misunderstanding 'Most certainly nIlPw<,rc.l John, 'if it -" attacks of this JLst ruclivo insect by steep-] Mr. Jones went homo drunk and ("un.

somewhere," faltered: lm. attempting to pleases you. I should bo a brute to object! What ?" l'I'ictll\l\rr. Melts, springing' toward ing tho seed' r about live minutes in a solution his true asleep. Ha went to Lcd, and aor
withdraw hU arm ; it H true my nnmo is. shouldn't I ?' tho excited man of the red of Halt in water, mado so strong mute a moment's consideration, he thought
John 1'ttcrs" On hi. return, and to hill no little delight, hair and freckles.young And who are float\ an egg. Ho I stirs tho !need about, skims would be policy so turn over, lest his breathmi
"Of course !I" and my name i is Joshua! :'1 r. Meirs found Bella deeplj' interested in that dare object to niy daughters inariLigow you oil tho light grains, puts th Meirs nnd sieve to drain off the ) and l then her and in thin mildest in
you arc to marry daughter; Coim'm J ohll.'I ith her cousin. ? \\ ill liquid' places : eyes manner
explain -
Hclla. I can ecu no cause ot1 misunderstanding ] thought yon would come: rOlma.' said sir ?" cried the enraged you Mr.[ :Moirs:yourself it rm a cloth to dry For sowing in tho the world said: ;
in the matter. I Hallo !" ho shouted < he- Theso girl! arc nl"OYIII'I''crsol'hl'lI! blinking' hi.s: fist in the faro of tim terrified ftening he thins prepares his Heed iu tho "You needn't turn over, Jones for you
to the driver of the "1m'!," and renewing their lovers art out of bight, but mighty intruder. spc.ik' I or )by my faith I will morning, and for owing moruiug ho thusprci aro drunk clear through." -
hid hold! John PtU'iV 'Hal >aren it iu the evening previous.llo "-"
upon arm. warm hearted and ngrceablw w hen they lnuiiilcyon! bond foremost into the. street !1" )
too there, two fares this way1! once get together Howbcit, I fancy thero I can't sir," cried 1 tho proprietor of the BOWS m.n'ially. : from 230 to 230;; acres, A stripling; eight years of age, was engaged
The driver held up, and Meirs, in spite of in a slight; teiu of publicity, the best of re.llaair. "whilo continue so excited." and hits riot had occL'Iiolto: re-sow ou in thin manufacture of a stool which
the half-formed remonstrance of tilt be\\ ildercd I them I do!' Then south you cried account of tho ily l for seventeen )'l'nrll. account of a (]!\pu'ity: in the length 'of
by thuS! merchant
John Peters hurried my i" )Does not this fact: this of tho I legs, refused stand Alter fruitless
him into tho 'O experience 17j'ears up.
no papa: you should' not bo so IiaM: still more ciiited ill his tone I'll jllhigh'o
j nlako "
'bus,' and iu five minute. more they wereasccudingjlhc in vonchii:ions for haven't I told -furnish snl1il' ('lIt encouragementfor efforts to it do so : Mother,
your to understend that have
marble you you you : no trials of simular modo of said he, "does tho Lord see everything f"
; lilcpa of the merchant's nil along, that COIIMII John' hair was: red, ight to dictate in my own )house !1" making a )preparing the
residence. tho seeds of cucumbers "Yes, semi. "Well, replied young
and that l'I'tioll ( : cubbagp: my
my principal wad basedupon And, suiting tho action to thin word ho
'Ii JScllaat borne?' inquired; Mr. Meir.s, that fact. Hut see thero i is a slight bcuod; tho intruder by the shoulder! ,and i ite.; and all ,phinU: indeed, which are liable "I gucs.s he'll laugh when he sees
of tho servant on the. landing. mistake to tho attacks insects at an early stageof thu stool !"
: eomewhere 1 for his hair
(J oiiiting i fort-id him out of tho 1'00111. ..
''Troth nnd it was the young mistress':: to the comitti t'oit cousin's is their growth Tho result. desired \aynl'II'lr I .
dark l
) jmto Now cried Mr. Meirs\ turning to tho the
!: A Pitoxv.B.issompierre: ,
voice I was ailher henringjust in thuLa11nvroonti' : but little ordiflicult to bo KISG'a
now and probable
glossy. most "
readily conlcs-s, : clergyman 1 with time
papa, ; pleaso proceed' cere- French Ambassador to Spain, was relating
that accounted for, it will bo valued hcthcr! it
[ I like
John much \
\ very a reltIeal -.
; of his
monjAgieeably IV. the particulars
to Henry entry
Mr, Meirs.led! the way in the direction indicated better than: I expected, I do, indeed !P with ::\11'Icirb':;\ request tho can bo explained! or not. into Madrid. 'I was mounted,' he said, 'on
while John! ranch rmbarrucl "J1''IiI'lni,1' Mr. Meirs cxultinglv, 'if I ceremony ;proceeded and] iu less tinio than suru. editor recently ofl'orudhi the smallest, mule in tho world.'-'Ah !' exclaimed
followed. lie fLit it was: high tiniesomo tyerc ill John's !place, I would just take the it take us to relate it, John, Peters and :1"V best the king, 'what an amusing sight f fAn
explanation was Gift-red. J Hut: Mr.Meirs Jiberly; to strike w bile the iron In hot Thero\ Bella essay ou independence. .
was too much with tliu i were: IndLisolubly: united in tho bond TIme following! obtained tho prize : ass upon a mule -'Very good, BITC,
prtMxviipiiMl nothing; gained: by delays, nod llellcO of WI dhck. 'I
you was
National is easier your nuijcs-
one idea-thu identity ufJuhua Peter*, undh'u might bo as far: off the haiullu indq.endtnco imagined : rctortet
: oa you wxrca No sooner tva thin than "
ceremony over, than enileiiceihnticallv
: y's
proposed connection with the Meirs week dClriLcJ ; relrc8uttive. .
: ngo. Bella clxMmia her hubband'o baud knelt consists emi in IxMni wtuatcsj in -
family-to heed tIle {'olllusc.lll1hl broken 'u no, i am not so fickle ; bull will leave before her father anti Haiti! :."I"orgi'eIS\ a clean bhirt, Bocks,-and 'u nicely A witty exchange serves up the follow*
sentence of }lreroan.lthencxt drwers
our moment the hole matter you nnd JulIO Whatever dear father f tor the barn lug : to its numerous readers,
deception wo : practiced blackciiul pair at east a dollar queer b:1
him face to face with tho most buwilchiugly he and think Ltil will ,
you I" ill submit upon )"ou. This' Is not cousin John of and half and iu yiz'
: (beautiful cretituro ho hail everseen to ; I must confess lro'r him a great I Baltimore."Then a i d'u with( your "UiibusMJed !ladies, Iur and udefe
on Sund.iy: ,
pocket mourning jour
deal better than expected. who under the i is ho C'hrbtiau, disinterested,
sun > f" cried wife onoarm'aiid the baby tho friend COU
ItU is Dclla said Mr. : with upon upon
Meirs some Thc-ro, B..tlt.: you talk like a nenwblo girl Mr. Meirs, glancing about thu room Li rtio other, course toward honesty, tlUllllito tt rte er.
pride ; )'o.u doubtlew remember her. This: criud< Mr. Mcirn I knew taking your your aro
you would. I like moot bcw'ildurod : : IUJ printer*
mUI.Qtr-)(; own prvaclur iu tho expectation of doing mik. riu
The subjoined caused u a is your cousin John, I hope you have not your rcbolution. There Ls nothing bo rare It is John IVtctt,..-fjiit not 'COUMIJ ow u biiooziiig i iu own ', scarce !'' -
to "snfcWr:"-A tail: green sou : forgotten him. What in the world makes lu this \\ vI'II. a:* a kcrisiblo girl at your John. My dear husband came in ,the first your whvrciu no one doueiituro your tonudgo JKJW W\dl\l it allT-partioularly the last
dressed fellow walked! into a roall\\ ilJ" 'you stare so, hussy ? I told jou bis: hair timo of life John id no fop or profligate.! place to yon in search of a situation and with their elbow tickle with you item !
or you
other where they wc-o ting rpuld be aa dark as your ou n by this time, He will make a good hnsLm.l.iIl :
t t. I loon the day you : ; you forgetting that there might bo another -
politics upon a high key and ,trctc ijt) you didn't belie*'w it.' I len Mr. Mursinsulted look afu-r j-our"intere t, and think) will bo John Peters iu the world beside your Irw.'y.. "That'a a flue strain, said one gentem

,>ii in!! himself- UP to his full height, exjlainuli l!, his watch and said : 1'ut I must worthy of you. ,As for the wedding,Jolm nephew John, have innocently asMihted us I Chesterfuiikl< uaa a t a rout iu }'rc to another, alluding to tho tones &
J&0 i a loud voice, "Where are the deioerUIt \ iu Wall ttrett by ten, so I shall be obliged! it blua bs left. entirely with you. ton iy,- in carrying out tho deception.( Thcivforo I where Yoltair wa sine of tho gUA.sts. CheterficlJ ger, at a concert the other evcuuig.
ii. -Show me a democrat and '1t abor\ you t trust you to jour own government till Bclh ill willing, and I can b\u uothiuij'toprevent you must forgive hmdear! father ; for ho bccnifd) grwii.g:, about the brilliant 4.t"l the countryman who wt near,
t liar!1" In an instsnt man: $toot! bcfor "ncr!' it* taking ptat'e right away,* is far less tu blame ; you In the first p'.aco! circle of ladies. Voltair accosted 1dm f- h much more he'u.bust..
. the poisj .nqufrer in 11 warlike aitituJ With. this, Ur. Mciw JI.'lartetl, leatuigMionei:, To say that onr bert WM erfi-ctly iinaf-: being duccitoi by the name, and we "My I know you ore a' jodsp e : !._ _: -o---- .
and exclaimed "I am tot "WeB.ju4 6tl'l \hero *.' "rihiahly confn-. Xo fjcted by th so remarks" would be prt'l round the'corner with meanll 1'\1\ show I \\hfgoui-. t\t 'L' 1 ll:1 bur-l: tnlor. rillgiu iug too iimch. lio >',dilly 1>1"11..1 w'ith cue unotLer/ it j or the French.It, ill :" the but ia:order to be hoard out ; tor it

a fellow who said I couldn't. find fimocrat de i' \\, and ex'1'' Iet1' ;. 'U\\ Aiunyriiuent !' 'I dunk \\'J.Ilt'\'t'I'! : jou tliiiili |l"'OI' rn ',> v. ',-M uiII 't U1' V-! toitld to the .' | >uiuy word," rcpllet Chestcrileld ae unwiflins to hear you you h -
you hi U a ward.A-.. }Vv-: '\\ ii tall! to be contagion John 'Any arr 'I meat :\ 'r 't-iLle to von te.. it':::. '- *II with !* usual prcfwnce of mrul: "I aw no hotter hohl your tongue than theme.-

": OjhtlIl.t Jjke tl kUI\V':___ V"J J ''t' Lt"h: J a reiiou'-1 v> I..." 1, W t1!> U "'11:,.. ''I u: I t v, rit V -, I "IbiV'a'red I Mr, Micr MitU! much!: !lu't: of p !lti ," I tt pc le


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R- C.I I Written for the Family Friend
Information "Enquirer," the SentinelA icty he.has for tho rapid completion of the JUDGE FORWARD-Letter
i A Tribute to the Memory of My Father.
1 gamil! rltnd" mht f Hwil| f mnil correspondent calling himself"Enquir- work, and thereby, advancement of his We Williams below a, letter Esq from R. C. : lie is gone! I shall never see him again

< < er," in the last Tallahassee Sentinel? wants section, and the human passion, which we publish until I go to that far off land whenoo oo
to know if the Railroad Company pay the all manifest more or less, for self interest. VILLIAMS, Esq., of Leon County, exonerating one ever returns.
[From the Florid (NtwnnivUle)Dtupttch) traveling only, or do Florida is certainly much indebted to Mr. us from being the author of the A long year, with its many changes has trolled
Letter from W. f 8. Dilworth Eiq- necessary expenses Judge since his form
that has been made against slowly by manly was
Yulee for his in her behalf charge
Momcsi.t.o FLA., August 8th 1 859.Jatt they pay for the et ecterai also ? past ; is wrote and had pub- laid in the lonely tomb. He was laid in a
T. Bernard, Editor Dispatch : We think if" Enql rcr" will go into the for this she has paid tribute. But, from forward. It true we lovely and secluded spot.

Dear Sir1: notice an editorial in your Railroad office of Mr. Flagg, who is a very the fact, that a man hue performed many 1 ished the article that brought it prominent. The orange and the oak wave in beautyover

paper of the 3d inst., beaded the Family accommodating and clever gentlemen, hewill good actions, does it follow that ho cannotdo Iy before the people.! Are we censurablefor his lonely grave. It l is a 'sacred, a

the Friend" in editor which of you that speak of a lawyer the u l, no doubt, be allowed to look over the evil! Evil, most certainly Mr. Yulee such act? By no means. The matter hallowed place ; no painful i or unpleasant, .
quasi er AS being associations awakened there. -
among'the ate
author of certain charges preferred,against accounts of the late President (at also those would do, if he could succeed in electing a was privately circulating placed peo it When the duties and cares of" the day

Judge Forward, and also as being the real of the present) of the P. & Geo. R. R.- Judiciary, committed, by word or net, to pie, lo his i'Vllry-ancl we simply are over and the sun is sinking to rest i tits

Editor of the Eriend. Several other newspapers We know nothing about the accounts submitted his interests.: As we said before, if by in a condition that it might be refuted, if western home, I love to retire thereand

have made similar insinuations as to tliat.sucb his desire have false. think of him-not alifelessrormbeneaththe
charging we as
F. n. FILDES, Editor. by that office,further than that they is ,
my being{ the real editor of this paper, butI were paid but all required information I done him injustice, none can regret it more If our Eastern friends desire to do us cold and silent sod,-but as and,happy,
have taken nonotice of them as they did ;
this letter-and an immortal spirit In that bright beautiful -
not fully identity me.occub'ing this pos Monticello : can be obtained at the aforesaid office. And than ourself.' justice, they publish that worldbeyond the akios..ltaheps,' -
ition; }howeveryour's is in Such terms as to ... .. when Enquirer" has satisfied himself in The ticket which we present to the pcojle.'for thereby relieve us from the imputation heavenly influence! over, my troubledspirit

leave no doubt on my mind that I am the SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 27,1859. the premises, we hope he will give to the Supreme Judges is a good one, and tile charge made against Judge Forwardwas and reminds me of the solemn truth

lawyer alluded to. I feel confident that you people, a summary of his investigation we speak by authority, when we say, the concocted by us.TALLABA5SEx. that ere long I too most lie there. "
could haveno improper motive in placing me FOR CHIEF JUSTICE: I lie was' a kind father, ,an, affectionate
the be what distinguished: gentlemen composing it,-
But let accounts they we
in so faleea position, and in the exercise of may I 18 1859. husband .
Aug. an iodulgen{master.Sometimes
"tliat charity which thinketh no evil,", HO:*. THOMAS BALTZELL. assure "Enquirer," and all others, that are non committal upon all the issues of Dix FILDKS :-I sec that the Press of I have seen his eye flash, Itifbrow

conclude t.bat.lou have been mis-informed FOR ASSOCIATE- JUSTICES : those of Col. Houstou, will not e.cceeclthoso: the day ; they are not running upon the the East, are disposed to be severe upon darken and theri he,.would be stern

and publi you deem to be true. of the late President. Issue, as charged, "Perry. Yulee ;" they you,- on account of some questions, j propounded -sometimes harsh. But r for&ave"it-, ;
I am entirely at a loss to know why any 110*. D. P. HOLLAND. .... .. Forward
claim no affiliation with Perry, Yulee, or by you, relative to Judge 1[ knew that disease was making 11 fearful
should suppose me to be the real editor of HO*. JOSEPH IUcCAIf TS. Cot Dilworth' Letter and Florida Dispatch and"as it was at suggestion thatyou rat his rita'that he wa suffer
The Friend unless it be that that is anyone else, and if elected, will serve the ; ages upon
paper it incumbent to the keenest and
did so, I on me ing pain most intense. I s
the claims of the lion D. P. people faithfully-and hand down the Judicial -
Advertisements. We publish elsewhere a letter from Col.! knew him to little
New make a statement, over my own signature, never dq a mean thing-a
the Holland office, of(who Associate is a brother-in-law Justice but to this me)was to! Mr T. J Linton advertises' that he wishesto DILWOBTII, addressed to the Editor of the ermine to their successors, untarnish of the facts,asl learned them. thing-no ofle fiver did.' His intercourse -,

brought about by no influence; of mine, as sell)) some valuable Florida property.See .- Florida Dispatch, refuting the charge that ed. .. ... Your statement is correct in everything of the, with his fellowmen, was ever man
the death The
with to and above-board. shads of
it had determined to support him without his advertisement. We a bargain he was the silent editor of the Friend.- Legal Questions to be Decided. except regard ly calumy
expect white man, who was cut by the negro were frequently aimed at his character but
consulting or letting me know what its position can be got from him. We likewise publish some comments in regard 1 Now, tell us what ill the issui betweenthe lie did not die. encased as it was in an armor of truth

However would, it is be not, except for me in;its to i IIJular attribute o nirse. Messrs. P. J. Bcrkmans & Co., of Augusta to the same from the Editor of that Governor and Mr. Yulee, which is to The facts as stated to roe are these : and honfsty-they fell harmless. ?"?

tive to others and wish mo- Geo., advertise their Nurseries in to- paper. Among others,, he uses the following come before the Court? Really, we ask Some two or three years ago, a negrowas Tell ne! revered chronicle of the '
simply to assure for information. We don't know of "where'
As the Editor of that any. tried in Alachua County,for assault and is the good man whose char.
you, that I am not even the quasi editor"of days paper. We understand that their remark : paper The issue about grave
only legal was Perry's sing. white hss
with intent to kill mlln. been
a not for
battery, acter a target the shafts of
Bible The for Friend the and not it has in any way reepol1 stock of trees, &0., is wrylarge and van. (the Friend,) saw fit to publish no ing the bonds.-East Floridian. Tho evidence on trial amounted to this:-. envy aid malice ot< tbose around him' '

The only interest positions I feel in this or may take.-is to ed. grave a charge against Judge Forward, Why, really, friend Babcock, you are That two gentlemen owned a' plantation, I shill never forget the words of counsel,

see it prosperous and well managed.paper The Rev.Cm .. "why should he acknowledge hit error, decidedly greener than we expected. You and the sou ot one of them actod'as over and aivico that continually fell from,:the II

paper being edited here I'll be glad to see it tFTbe E. Hamilton, will "throughanotherpersonand in another don't know of any legal issues between the seer; and having occasion to correct a negro lips a* my father, around the home fireside

occupy a high position. To attain this objectI deliver the Anniversary Address, of the !"paper, that has no circulation in that vicinity Governor and Mr. Yulcc President of proceeded threatened'to do so' the nero drew They are ringing in my ears still-they will
am willing to patronize it tojjthe extent of Jefferson Debating Society, on the 2nd of: and refuse to publish it in his own as his knife, and kill him,-and ever be ambrotyped in living: blazing; char f
2 my ability, but not as editor. Save me next month. See advertisement. pIt the Florida Railroad Company, that doubt. at the same time walked off. The father acts upon my memory. Like taithfutmoiitors \

from those "daggers of the mind," which .. ... paper less will be brought before the Supreme of the young man came up and attemptedto they followed me when'J left. the <
editors are so fond of using. And I assure':: .Au candidates, whether they expect The Editor of the Dispatch in the endeavor Court? Well, then, we will endeavor to secure the negro; whereupon, the negro paental roof and went among wild com

you, Sir, that should I ever occupy the tri to be elected or not, had better to get out of one blunder has fell cast over your beclouded vision, a few raj.s cut him severely. When it became necessary pinions, to learn those great lessons of inBtuction '- A
pod my name '.will be found at the head of sup into another. Does Col. DILWOHTH inform for Judge Forward to charge the jury, which were to fit me for lift and Its
ply themselves with a good lot of tickets. of light. We suppose you have, a faint he did in this That the
Oft times
: ditiei. when
the so
column. I am simply a priva''e citizen of; in his letter that authorized him to way negro desponding,they
State of Florida, pursuing my private avo They will be furnished at this office, prompt. yon we recollection, that th ,General Assembly was had the right to repel force by force. ronld rise up, and kindle anew the fires of
cations, and claim nothing except the rights; ly and on reasonable terms for cash. For say, that we acknowledge an error? Does in session last winter, and that Gov. Perry This the writer in the Floridian does y yout.hlulambition. Never can I fur

oi a freeman.In single name, 60 cents per hundred. Wherea Lis language justify yon in placing upon it arraigned the Florida Railroad Company, not deny; but says that the Judge, inten- 'et the tears or'joy that would trickle I J

the Judicial election, I shall vote for large quantity is ordered, a deduction any such construction? If it docs not, by' thj-ouglhti; President, Mr.;' Yulcc, for a ded to impress it upon the minds of the own his pale and emaciated check,w/heit
those whom my judgment and consciencemay will be made. what authority do you charge that we have-: noncompliance:-: with the jury, that it was right and proper for the earing of fay boyish success at colle'l .-
dictate are the best qualified to fill the .... another requirements ofthe negro to use force enough, only to preventhis Alas I who can estimate the priceless value
"acknowledge an error through .
offices. This right I most cheerfully accordto -- --- Internal Improvement act ot 1854-5. own life being taken. For instance, it of the instructions and ,'ygmL. .
any voter of the matter how far PhotographaWe person pIt Why, Mr. Editor, as we have re You mnst recollect also that a joint committee a white man should draw a pistol on a negro '"

their judgment may differ from mine. are requested to state that Mr.Sauhe, peatedly said, we have committed no error of both houses was"'appointed to investigate : he had the right to turn it aside! by ftt r "' ,

My aversion's( to figuring in public printsis Ambrotypists, &c., will remain in town until for which an acknowledgement is due. the charges preferred-that. the force, or knock it out of the hand of the '

such that would not have addressed you, the 8th of next month. Therefore, all There is no comparison in the two cases committee white man. This construction ls more char- ,. .
but for the make made a half dozen (more or less) itable thanuet Judge Forward could not
me,i i. e. that grave I have charge preferred you libelous against chAr. who wish to obtain life-like pictures of themselves the Dispatch and Friend., We merely instituted reports-and that the Legislature finally have intended it, for the case will not admit .

gee against Judge Forward. Before make or friends, had better call upon him inquiry into a matter, in which the mused to make a decision in tho premises of any such construction. The negro .1'I

ing this accusation it would have: been well immediately.Ho State at la-ge was very, much interest...... Oh I yes, you recollect all this. Well, then, had the knife drawn on the young man, and 4i; ,t .' i!
for to have been certain that I the is made did it the elder. I know the writerof
you was now prepared to execute Photographs ed. You a direct personal chargethat have you ever cx-xmiuod what Mr. Yulee use on ''f,
Author of the article luded to. So far from in the did do the communication in the floridian, and
best style of the art. This we not our own writing.tbata in his letter the 'W,
to members of
says the
the author of that article assure ho does not deny that Judge Forward made 4
you, ,
that description of pictures, is a new thing in "lawyer" was the real Editor? You foun General
hadnotbing do with itdid not know Assembly, in regard to the power the charge: He also says that the jury
that it would be published, and never saw: i it this section of country, and we think, far ded your charge mercly?upon supposition of, that body's making any investigationinto were called back,but it was to instruct them

until after its publication ; and then the ed. superior to the ambrotype. Call at his -our queries were based upon authority, the affairs 'of his road P''' 'We should with regard to the punishment attached to

itor called it to my attention, when I said to room, and examine specimens. derived from a gentleman, whose veracityyou think not.- He "' The the verdict, whatsoever it might be. The
him I regretted to see it in his: paper; that .. .. will not question. Therefore, we think says : subject matters writer was there, and by reading his statement .
it was a grave charge and ought not to be Railroad Ir. on' c referee {to you for inquiry, are not it will be Seen that all I have stated
madennlcss the proofs were beyond question It is duty called upon you to "acknowledge your questions for legislative cognizance. herpjidfne. He put ditrtrentconstruction!
reported here that Col. HOUSTON
He then told me that he had been informed error;" whilst we have no right to say a They b'clong to a different tribunal. The npon the charge of the Judge. I hope thatit

the cbargowas: true. I repliedhia informant has secured a sufficient quantity of iron, to second and third party, have committed a contract between the State and the is true. ...,
would ,not be forthcoming when wanted. lay the entire track of P; & Geo. R. R., to villainous outrage upon the character of com There are others who were present at the
I much regret that any one could sup.' the junction with the Jacksonville\ Road, at Judge Forward. When convince!, panics, can only be interpreted by tho trial, who could give detailed and correct

pose me in any way connected with,chargcs Lake City. 'If this is really the case, it sir that have committed you CourU," tc., Ac. So you will perceivethat statement everything connected with it. I II
against the character of a gentleman for will not be months before the "iron- we an your "Grand Mogul"\ has declared, I, of mv own knowledge, know nothing of
whom I entertain the highest,respect, And many then we will say-"! am sorry, and won't that all the matters that were before tho it. What I have stated above I had from

whose character, no far as I know, is homo" will he paying daily visits to our Atlantic do so any more.," Legislature last winter,belong legitimately a perfectly rMible source, and as the main I

without reproach} ,,1 have met Judge Forward ports. We beg of you, however, not to consign to the Courts of the State. This fact are not denied, it is useless for me to
various .. .. we
on occasions, and served one j sly: anything: more. .
to the tender mercies of the Floeidian
term }n the Legislature with him. The acquairitauce C2T We are informed that track-laying us ,-and these are the issue, between !1 I do not desire, and do not intend to be

. to me at least, was a pleasant is progressing finely, and that on Tuesday, d' Jiwrnal" Da spare us such a Perry and Yulee, that will have to be decided drawn into a news paper controversy. I

on*, and I should regret anything that may our fellow-townsman, Mr., James Ellen. fate I Do hand us over to the embrace of by the Judicial officers, we are upon have nothing against J udgc!; Forward, and
occur to alter our relations. I have regarded some more powerful opponent I Why we the eve of electing. would not do him an injury. I believe him
forwarded from his brick
him as an honest, upright, hardworkingman. yard, some are almost tired of"this child's play," eren to be a (conscientious high-touedhonorable
I neither seek the credit of being two miles east of Station No. 3, )two car don't Another fri ud gentleman, and as such, that if elected, he y'h
with So do as threaten I thing Fildes. Sorry to
the editor.of the Friend I loads of brick to Tallahassee. I you. you will his duties
nor am willing Mr. Ellen .. .. say, even you don't toe the mark. We heard I discharge faithfully.
to take the responsibilities of the editorials wood's Brick Yard lies hundred Your Ob't Serv't,
some one The Judicial Election-Our Ticket- that Holland attended the Sunday night
of that other j
or any If R. C. WILLIAMS.New .
newspaper. any yards from the Road and he is of
caucus fl'iPllds'bereat
construct Perry's the
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credit be due to that paper, Mr. Fildes, so About one month remains, for the people
far as I know, is entitled to it, and if any] ing a side track to it, so that he may load of Florida to make up their minds. as Minority discussed report of the Legislature Committee Books. i
was settled and Is
responsibilities are attached, they do not cars and forward brick to any part of the to whom they will honor,by clothing them this true Friend ?-, IZist Floridian.adopted. Wu have received, from the publisher,

rest on me.I country, with dispatoh.CIPIn with the Judicial ermine of the Supreme Mr. G.'G. EVANS, (who- originated the giftBook
have deemed it necessary to nay this mud, -- ...... Whether :Mr. Holland attended the Caucus
Court. It is a matter that should be well System,) two veryneatly printed and .
to you, under the supposition that I was thperson < reply to our query-" If it takes above referred to or not, we do not

alluded toiufoureditorialas( a matterof some dozen trips to the North, and one to considered, for when the die U once cast- know, and care less. But you further say, substantially bound volumes: '

justice myself; Mr. Fildes and Judge Europe, to purchase no iron, how many when you have made a decision at the ballot "if you don't deny it, your silence will be 1.-" Italy and the war of J 85 9,with biographical ll l I
Forward. If I sight in that notices Statesmen
am of Sovereigns, -
believing box-there The 1
trips will it take to iron no appeal. Supreme
purchase for mission of iu truth." Well
you were mis-informed, you will doubtless eighty an we don't and Military Commanders," &C.,
Court is tribunal has
that within its
be in a happy state of mind and heart to miles of road?"-tho Sentinel says : "As a grasp believe he did attend any Sunday night by JULIE DE MAROCEBITTKS..

overlook the error of Mr. Fildcr,when you suming your premises as true, our figures an imracnce amount of power, which can Caucus," but suppose be had done* so ?- This work will be found quite interesting

know that he too wrote from mis-informa- lead to the conclusion that the Company be wielded for good or evil; and if yon By such act, would he have, in any manner at this particular time-issuing: from +

tion.Should I be mistaken in the might have waked up at the crack of doom, place in that position, men who can be pledged himself to the policy of Gov. the press, as it does, immediately at the

that you meant me in your editorial opinion, you, and found itself with iron enough for"nary" swayed (we hope there are none candidates Perry ? "' Galen" have him surrender close of tho Italian war. We have not yet t"C

will oblige me by returning this, otherwiseI mile." Thta's pointed. Enough said. ,) by individual interest or their pos- his manhood as a freeman, so far as had time to give it a thorough perusal but xt t,
must ask the favor of its and .. .. signs, what guarantee have you, that your I .
publication, to shun private gatherings, at which matters have no doubt, its contents will be found
that you will do such other justice in the Candidates Waking UpiS I rights will be respected, or that justice will of State policy are to be dillCulsed1 both interesting and instructing. It. contains

premises as J ou may deem proper. I subscribe On Thursday last, the three candidatesfor : be meeted out between man and man ?- merely because some envious political trickster about 400 pages, and is embelished t
myself, yours respectfully, the office of of What will have that the
Judge Probate of this security yon tempting -
W. S. DILWORTH might conclude thercform, that he had with a number of engravings.
county, met at the Court House, and had purse of the nabob, or that the power "
sold himself,body and soul, to some par 2.- Lectures for the People by the RKV.I
ar We publish the above with pleas quite an interesting time. Of course, we :and influence of men in high places-nill ticular man or measure ? Furthermore, HUGH SrowELL Jltiowx, of Liverpool.This .

ure. We did allude to Col.! Dilworth, will not pretend to decide who got the best not be brought to bear in the adjudicationof Mr.Holland was not a candidate for officeat is an excellent work. It ill com-

when we spoke of" quasi editor," of the ot the bat le. They are all pretty good questions wherein the masses are inter the period alluded to, and did not expect posed of a number of Lectures, deliveredon
Family Fnend. We were not aware however "election ested P It is the
and each decidedly most
of the relation he sustained to the stumpers, fought man important to be. But the object sought to be Sunday evenings, before the working
lion. D P. Holland, until the reception of fully his own cause. We were very forcibly position within the gift of a free people, brought about, by "Galen,"is to make the classes of Liverpool. R. S. MACKENZIE,

his communication. Our opinion Will bas struck with a remark from one of them. and therefore,we should proceed to discriminate people believe, that at the caucus alludedto in an introduction to the work, says, The .
ed that of who had been in lie said he was' willing to between the various aspirants, with
upon persons very compromisewith Mr. Holland pledged himself to sustain lectures extend over a large range of subjects
Monticello,seen him frequently in the office his opponents, allowing them to divide caution, circumspection and sound reason. I Perry in his warfare with the Florida: Railroad social and moral, as well as religious.
of the Friend,the insinuations in one or two the honor between them, and he Party politics should certainly have no in. '
alludes but discusses
Ho to
of the Press, and certain circumstances Company. This we pronounce as ut. not only freely
which we do not feel at liberty to publish, would take what profit was attached. It i ill fluence with our people in this matter.- I terly devoid of any foundation.: Mr..: Holland matters of daily occurrence. He speaks I

as they are altogether of a private nature. presumed that these county offices do not Neither should the questions at issue between I : has never pledged himself to sustain to the people as one of themselves ; he]

These however, were only surmises, and we pay much, but he was very willing to run the Governor and Mr. Yulee be allowed I the Governor, his present measures, or any speaks to them in familiar language, using)

had no reliable information. We therefore all risks, and go into the proposed compro to bear in the premises. AU that is future ones. And we may further state, familiar: illustrations. He does not cold, I
cheerfully make the necessary correction, mise. We are happy to be able to state, necessary-all that is required in the avail- '
and Assure Col. D. that no one can that if the people' should elect him to the nor bully nor affright then--'s some
that the best of order prevailed and good ability of the candidate, are affirmative answers do. He his
more than oUl'1Ielour having placed him in position of Associate Justice, with any preachers brings common sense
such a false position. Had he been the yuati feeling was maintained, throughout the to the simple and plain questions: such understanding upon their part, fie to bear upon their common sense,and makes
or real editor of the Friend we doubt meeting. Is he honest? Is he capable? Will he bo would not fill the poition-he would im himself understood."
not,that the charge against Judge Forward ... .. ,. faithful to his trust? These are the only .
Mr. BROWN ranks the .
mediately resign. best
would never have been published. He 53"The last Base Floridian, (that has requirments for a Supreme Court Judge- among preacheis
states that the editor of the Freud was .e. II of the present day, and, consequently,
come to hand,) is decidedly one of the they embrace eveythingj; and if upon such Extremely Neutral"Galen'l -
mis-informed. Wehad no doubt of it at first. everything eminating from him, is roach
most filthy we have: ever seen. It succeed in says that the East Floridian has
Why not then come out and acknowledgeit papers we can electing our next sought after. This work will find
a large
As the editor of that paper saw fit to raving mad with our Governor, and judicial officers, then there is a prospect for maintained a strict neutrality in the sale. We have read three i
two of
publish so grave a charge against Judge pitches dirt at him, in such quantities, that peace and contentment among the people. present Judicial campaign. Ahem! yes, lectures and find them or the

Forward, why should"bft acknowledge hue the inference U drawn,that it is an article "We have charged, and mutt so believe, we suppose so So you 11:1)1 I But, Galen excellent. The

error through another person and in an- to plentiful upon Amelia Island, that "Ga judging from the signs of the times, that ," if your Journal U '&eutraz. for what book contains the rise of 400 pages.
other paper that has no circulation in that Either of those works can bd obtainedof
and refuse len" wants to get rid of it. And to distribute Mr. Yulee is, and has been working for purpose, are yon distributiug it broadcast oath
to of
vkinU.V publish it in his 0"1paper \ the publisher, G. G. Evans at his "Giftj Health of New Orleans re-
? Is that doing justice to Jodie it throughout the State: he proposes the election of a Judiciary, that will pander among the people gratuitously ? Whyare Book Store ort 116 deaths for the week ending Au

Forward and his f friends? By unwittingly to publish a large number of extra to his desires and opinions-right or you so excited What are you raving, I Philadelphia. Price $1.2A pint 15. There is no yellow fever, .

creating a false! Impression, is he seeking to copies of the Ease Floridian, for the next wrong. If we are mistaken in this matter, pitching and jumping so about ? You are for either. Enclose the amount in a letter! e. ,. '

efface it? Come Friend, followed your three or four weeks, and send them grat- none can express more regret than ourselL! very kind indeed ; co generous in you to and you will receive in return, not onlj J Chesterfield was at a rout in Franc
evil example in publishing erroneous infor. the books, postage paid but handsora/where Voltair was one of the Chesterfield -
sflatioo, now follow our example, in ackaowteging uoudy to the people. We are very glad Mr. Tutee is a gentleman whom we would flood the post offices,just upon the eve of Mr.Evans a '! seemed gazing about guests.the brilliant
gift,-as distributes
that you were mitttkeo.Come .- indeed he hat concluded to do EO; for all not wrongfully traduce, for any considera the election with electioneering documents, to bin pitrons circle of ladies. Voltair accosted him:-

DOW,bold up your head like a man, who read the uncalled for attacks upon the tion. He is a working man, and Las dons I known by the nine of Eat /}oriclm.Oh .- $500 worth of Gifts to every $10 "My Lord, I know you ars. a :

an&'say "I .o sorry. and wont do so any Governor, lay down the paper with perfect much for the advancement ot Af. Motion of : yea yon are mvutaicia: a ttrki neutrality worth of books sold. which are the mono beautiful, the English: ,
i jtoore. if yu don't we will have to con for his Yoi "Galen / I r.. or the French ladies?" .
disgust opponents. are, the State. If he has committed errors in Certainly you are So are we.' ,
aiga yontow* Under raercks of th*Florid. .. .. A cargo ot 4* 9 bales! of cotton am "Fi on my word," replied ChesterScHwith
no 4 Jourftti until you promise amend nuking Gov. Perry many friends. Keepon the construction of the Florida Railroad, HOMICIDE.-mau was shot in Ailcn on I New Orleans from Vicksburg on M) y his usual presence of mind, "I aD no

ment.-Emo J)1b.TC1I. in a measure, we attribute them to the sox- Saturday' by another last, ass of which, ware ('f\the u--/ jude "f paintings. -


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.' Telegraphic.: ,: Special Notice. Plantation for Sale. Legal ISTotices. HOSTBTTBR'B T. PAkMLER\ : -

f.t offers for sale STOMACH BITTERS .
p Intelligence from EuropeAlfttVAI Persona afflicted with the Fever and Ague should The undersigned a ,

not spare either time, trouble or to valuable Plantation: In Middle FlorId., containing Estate qf Mary Edwards: deceased. IbiS, IA, Pytptfila. Mljntlon .Thvee"
expense fun
procure 640 acre, ((most of It in cultivation,) situated near l74tfl"'tJf. lHif of AppeH4. If' e.tbrnOta'i1a. ..fW,.... Monticello Fla. .
: Dr Hosteller' Celebrated Bitten whOle Application for Final Btnninlon. ...,.. 4
OF THEHUN'GARIAN. beneficlent the flourishing! riling of Monticello, Jefferson conn "rtlro from a "uetd .
effects the human batteell the Pensacola & monhiafter data,I shall present my final of 1M 81.4 Iff'BmHl'.pewtecfuq 0-war.' ,
upon system tv, and Immediately on Georgia SIX Executor of th Estate: JyuIIkrf. I.btie. CW_Xorbaa,... EAtEn '
and vanchers as *
clearly proved to those wbo hare been stricken Railroad. Said plantation bus all Improvement on of IN- fjrg
of Mary Edwards,late Jefferson County deceased, la view of the fact that every member
Om House and
down In a ihort spocc of time by this dreadful curse, it for Plantation watered purposes and; a new to the Honorable Judge of Probate of saId county the human family IK more c less to '
1 well produces
whose cheeksare wan and meagre,and whose nights Screw it j Is*not disposed of at private sale Rood before eropaIf the and apply for a discharge from the administration of some of the other above conditions comphlnta, in liftf bs1deslnnumerable ,'Which, edinOHEMIOM.8 ,J

are sleepless! end restlessnd whose dim in November it will then he of. said estate. :
FATHER eyes are 2nd Tuesday next .
IJoisr: Angnit! 20.-The team- HENRY R. EDWARDS, E*'r. by the ..niall0 a hUh ) knowlijge nr "
ship Hungarian, Capt.T. Jones, has: arriv. inch sunken,with death staring them In the face,this fered at pnolle tale. in the aforesaid town. Term.aeeommod.tlng. July !SS, 18S9 Am. exercise, common/ ane thv may I.. .I. ",'

ed, bringing Liverpool dates to Wednes compound must prove blessing; snatching them tit > Applet.J.,'GA1 WOOD, e t.regulate. tb.,1,a habits good toniceure of dial, and with ppftnanent

? day Aogoit 10. were from the very month of the grave. None Aogu.t 18, 1859. [(8m3] Montlcello, Fla. Estate of Council Woolen, deceased. ..tan.hfullh. In order tl accomplish this "

P iiwryoatTho sales cotton for three can know it*true value until they have tested It.- ,desired object,the true Iou" pnnue i i..

days w.. 0,000 biles. The market When all others hare failed, these Bitter )have re* Notice. itiin1yUiatwhi will produce a I
was I tored W@@ I ''if @ I Ute of thin at the leant hazard of vitalstrength Paints Oils Dye Stuffs Y Varnishes'TOILET ;:
.tead,. Middlings Orleans was quoted at lbs sufferer to pristine health. Their popnlarlty SIX months after date, I shall present my final andtift fuitbisend Dr. HosHter ,
7 Ud. In all the Western and and Vouchers, to the Honorable Judgeof
I and middling Upland at 6 7.8d. Southern part should citizens of Montlcello are Informed that Probate for Jefferson administrator of bite introduced to this country a preparation .
Breadstuff* was doll] and Introduce them to all femilie*. THE County HOSTETTER-3 31OMAC1IBITTERd
fery quotations!! called
can be supplied with Fir Wood, upon) the estate of Council Woolen late of said county
barely maintained. Provisions dull. Bold by drogjjlrt and dealer generally; everywhere making application to the nndcrnlgned.Order deceased and ask to be dismissed from the furtber.dmlnlotl'RUon which at this day teen i I. not a new ,

The: general news by the Hungarian is ,.ill he promptly complied with,and goodwood of sold estate.LAFAYETTE. ledicine., but satisfaction one! thai hat to all who tried have fur RV&JE ,

interesting but not strikenly important. t1rI3ee advertisement In another column. furnished at t'2,00 per four horse load WOOTEN .ddm'r. used yiars The operate"c\'fnlly,iic.aithe !
P. B. BIRD. 9th, 1859 21 6m llilt1 i
; July -
The Peace Congress met at Zurich on 25-tf and liter, "'Iurnl .
6th 1859.
the Ith but had August them a healthy And vigorous
,.-. proceedings thus far. Sardinia transpired} is of their. Candidates.ANNOUNCING Estate of John T. Clark, dec'd. thus by t the simple; prurMsof atrenKlheningnature ARTICLES I
/ represented. & !Potter enable the Hyst m M triumph oven >
\ -ir'FOR Sache Application for Final Dim ssion. diseas. Dmrrhoua. dvsiiilviy or flux so

: .Tho. Parliament i is', still debating the NAMES: OF CANDIDATES XaKBXtOTT-Sr. ::: : : :S T S SIX MONTIlS after dale hereof I shall present genvrelly contracted new ."Ilr. and SOA.PS,
Italian question. FIVE DOLLARS IN AD\'ANCE..J:2 my final accounts and vouchers a*Administrator caused prlnripally by tliechnnee If water
1 -ANDPiHOTOQaAPHSIrlS- la the Estate John T. Clark late of Jefferson and diet will be |vdilv rcgiiltited by a WINDOW GLASS, INSTRUMENTS
I Ambassadors to Conference. were For County Commissioners : { county deceased! to the Honorable Judge!; of Probate brief use uf this r! "". Pysr-epiia! ,
warmly welcomed in Zurich. The following announced for said county and apply! for a discharge from a dixoase which is pitiably morn "..vl..ILwhen W @W -
The gentlemen are as candidate From Galveston Texas of laid taken In all i varim fo-mt, tiian bfliJO@[
completion of the Great Eastern for re election .. County Commissioner for the administration estate.JOSHUA iJ
the which : 1 1O
Steamship was formally celebrated ou the Jefferson County, at the ensuing October election: T> E-TKCTFULLY announce to the citizens of this :: TAYLOR AJm'r. bit any attributed o'ber i to cans deraucemrnta' of insv the always di", .,

: 8tfc inst. The banquetl on the occasion CALVIN DA\19, W. C. THOMAS, XX lilacs and its vicinity, that they are preparedto April 12, 18GI. 6m. live. orffitn*. can ta cured without fail by. f1 60.,

"was largely attended and..b-t several distinguished JAMR3 S. WALKER. A. It WILFORD. execute MELEAINOTYPS3, AMUROT PES using 1IOSTK1: TER'S STOMACH nil- LARGE AND FRESH
mpn. and PHOTOGRAPHS, promptly, and In the best Estate of Josiah Kniglitou, dec'd. TEllS .|I"r Jirt-clUiua on the botlld. Fur HAS RECEIV variety of,article kept by
tv We are authoriiol to announce Hon.THOM and most approved stvle. this diiease physicianII. recommend every
The Grand Duke Con tantin'h I,' :*& ar- AS BALTZRLL as a candidate for re-eleetlon to Pictures taken on Patent Leather convenient for Application for Filial Dlsmlnalon. Hitters every of some kind the why not Druggila ,. :

fired at Spithead in a ship-of-war.\ the office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of sending in letters, Ambrotypcs and Daguerreotypes SIX MONTHS after date hereof I shall presentmy use an article known to bo infallible, Physicians!! "

t I The provisions of Hon. Sydney.; Her- Florid copied and enlarged if desired. Breast Pins final account}and vouchers as :Executrixin Every country have their Hitters as a preventive and all other needing anything his Hoe of trade,' .
bert's bill and Locket filled. Entire satisfaction given or no the estate of Josiah Knighton late of Jefferson of d."ao.. and strengthening, uf will And at this house a full supply of everything
'i new organizing a military reserve Cf The friends of the lion. CHARLES 1L DU- charge made. An early call is desired,as their stay County,deceased to the Honorable Judge of Probate the In gencml. and among them all required,and on a* liberal terms a* eon b* purchased
force, has been published In the Lon. PONT announce him as a Candidate for the Office '11I'1be\ \ short.WRooms. for sold County and apply for a discharge from there system i* not to be found a 111b.alhy in any Southern Inland town. .
1; ; don papers. h of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida. at the "Montlcello Hotel" Will open the administration on mid estate. people than the Germans. rrm Person living At ditanee. and not eovnltnf '

The impression was prevalent that the Monday,8th I lilt.,for two weeks ouly. SARAH KNIQirrON, Exec'trbi .preparation emanated, based ut'>on scientific for them to come ,may make th r.
Bank of V W* are authorised to announce D. P. 1IOL- August 6th 1859. 25.2t April 12th, 1859. Cm rxperimcnt ,.hioh has ntb.ndi to advance
I,? England would raise tho rate of LAND: E"'I., as a candidate fur Associate Justice the destiny uf this great rutpnMtiou in the ORDERS BY MAIL, .
dtenonntbyAugustll. of the Court of election In otherwise and will be attended) _
Supreme Florida at the medical scale if nn'mec. or they promptly
It has been announced in Parliamentthat October next.. JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. Estate of Mary B. Collins, deceased. ---- to, and filled with the same coTectnes* as I they; .:

England: had no intentiou of taking M. blngleton, Application for riuul DI mlNsiou.! FEVER AND AOU1. were purchased In person.> .
tr W. are authnrloed\ and requested to announce "-S. Those needing anything in the line, are requested ,
any part ia the settlement of the details of DAVID P. HOGUE as a candidate for the Charles T. J. Singleton In rtmnrcrf, on SIX MONTHS after data hereof, I shall present' Ties trylni ant provoVlny, ,illvsur; which Seas Usnlsallias to call and examine our Dg,of which the t

a 'European peace on the ballil of the office of Associate Justice at the election In October Executor of C. T. J.SinCroIIJ! [SILLgleton. final accounts and voucher, n* Administrator -. gnup en tLs body of mesa,..Iu.lll' following are few of the loading article*: .
Tallafranca next. In the Estate of Mnry B. Collins, late of Jefferson a.*shadow In a Ibo space time,sod mderlug
1 treaty. England would follow d 'd. .nll..thol'll.IT ,] o
County, deceased to the Honorable Judge of Urn f hy her
traditional part in the settlement tr: c. C. YOXOE, &.'100 of West'Florida appearing to the Court,by affidavit made! In this. Probate for said County, and apply. for a discharge sad ore from tin t bo,11i y the..of IIOsTtTT Itt'SazNowNr.D Glycerine, Lupuline,
great questions!! of European policy. hereby presented by his friends to the voters of > cause,that the Dufondant, Charles T. J. Singleton from the Administration; on said S.tate. btTTfU Furtle.,., ot ihs above
: Tho elections for the National ] resides out of the State of Florida and in the JOEL B. COLLINS Adm'r. Ergotinc Tannin,
Assembly the State for election to the office of Associate"" Jug- I dlmses csn not b eonlnctxl vIce sxpowd latut
f Stale of Georgia It Is now on motion on behalf of March 29, 1859. 6m couUlluiis them, Pipcrine Strychnine,
(> Tuscany proceeded in good order resulting lice of the Supreme Court on the first Monday In ordered that the said Defendant do oul prudadni I lh Bltunsra
Complainant, appear -
Mod dlmllons. And U anther creates Chinoidine
in the selection modern liber. October nc\t: .". ss Cinchona '
the Cross Bill
and demu., plead or to
: alists, opposed to the restoration of the old Iff lion JOSEPH:: : MeCA T8. of Middle of Complaint. filed In this answer cause, or the some..will"..b*. Estate of Magor\ Surlct>, deceased. DSUM ssrsnjr* n change offends of Hit paints huwuptlon,and/rsudirlui u>unused nsl pursuits Citrate o Iron Cyonide ot'Zinc, r
O \ I Quinine
dynasty.. : Florida Is hereby presented by hi. friends to the taken for confessed against him. Application for Filial 'Dlnmimilon. ,fcul proiaolts oe ilMp amid lieslthy d<(Mtlon.UM Eau.Vener
The relations between Toter of tho Stutc., for election to thai office of Provided That a copy of this order be published I 1,1 Sweet Sp'ts Nitre,
Austria and PJUJia Month after date hereof, shall present my tomplslnt I thus mnov'si spMilllj A 1 ouaMsnt Ergot "-
Associate Justice of the Court the first In a Newspaper\ published in the Town of tfontiesKlo I SIX Opium
almost!! assume the dimensions of a Supreme ou months from \ account* and vouchers, as Administratrix Kith Uit pro..Ut of a 1Nlb ptnne- Santonino
reg. a week for the of four ,
In October next.gW. once space .
ular rupture and were regarded as dangerous date.. '. ',*.* of the' Estate ofMI1gorRurlca. lute or.TefFel'tlOnCoun slut curs.For Camphor ,
to the smaller German: States which are authorized to announce Hon. ALEX.AM.ER Paxcd at Chambers, this 25th day of July 189. ty deceased, to the Honoroble Judge! of Probate Persons in advanced yean Blister Ointment, Iodine

t were l looking already towards France for McDONALD, a Candidate for AuoclaU. J.WAYLE3. BAKER, JTiidge. Administration forsaid,% County of and said apply Estate.for u discharge from the. Who .iuff.rlm from a,.t..l1 en.lluUon sail Mercura" Iodide of Fotama,

protection. Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida. July Sotho 1859> 24181 o REBECCA SURLE3, Adm'x. binnn body, these BlUirs.luvslusble .a ".. Chloroform, ,.
tin smngUi and rliror.and used only to t.trial
A considerable! quantity of Cotton from We authorized Judi J. WA\'LE. June II, 1860. 6m. o Lactate of Iron Nitrate of Silver, ..
Cg" to announce "c .b And lo a mother while nunlu., C .
the Eastern district of the African gold BAKER as a candidate for re-election to the office !Notice.ALL UMS* a-d.Bi..r l.d."o.ILI., eipKlalljr irhtr tile Sulph. Ether Citrate of Pot .

coast was expected to be shipped to Eng--I of Judge nt the Middle Circuit Florida\ at the election person having demands against the estate. Estate of David B. Hart, deceased. SMlhsr's nourUhiucm I lnd.|iuu to lbs dtmsndssf Castor OU, Citrate oMages

Jand. III October next.fWVe Willis A. Womle.IDt. of Jefferson County Application for Final Ii"uil" ion. tile child,cenMquroUy ".Urtnth must yield.sud Calomel,
t L'r deceased will take notice that they must present birs I I aura a good tonic,curb .HufloUtr's Rhubarb, Acetic Acid, -
-0 I _. are '.I announce_THOMAS J. MONTHS after date we shall present our
authenticated within .
: them to the undcrs-fincj, duly SIX llomsoh BI,11 nndtd. L'pa KmporsVy
r ; Fire at Truno.Szeville L'llAL't, a I'anuulate,at me ensuing LH-tooer election the time prescribed by law, or this notice will be untiand vouchers as Administrator the and vlfor Ihs system. tnd.ri iliould I y alt.means.DI. -ALSOA a

Aug. 22.-The stables!! at Tru. for election to the Florida Office of Judge! of Probate plead in bar of their recovery ; and all person Indebted Estate af David B. Hart, lute of Jefferson County try ll.nmsdy' ro ill..of 0.,11' ,. sad before 1 Urge and well selected assortment of

L' no, and ton hors!.'!.!, including the express of Jefferson County to aid estate., will\ male Imropdiiite payment.. deecad to the Honorable for Judge of Probate from the ofsnldcounty.and rtohilT, s.k your "hy.llo., .bo. It tn Is so.Uitnt l American, French and

of the Associated Prew burnt (7We nuthor'ued to J. R. A DAVIS WILLIAM J. woob. apply our discharge .IUt virtues of the Hllttrs, .dl'.d tbriram En.lel
t-, 0 : was by an are announoe administration of said estate.
10th 't July >tskuus. ,
inoendiary, to dny. : a Candidate, at the ensuing Ontoher election '\ 8TIR1JJO B. HART. DQ'
fur the office of Judge of Probate of JotTcrnon eoun- N C4tTIO.M'e caution thin ..gain.tuillg Hi St uk of Paints 011. and Stuff. 1*varied
'., bo a of a fraud intended SkTotloo.
.. :" may part ty Florida. any of the runny or counterfeits and large; Window 0. ,of all sizes; PaintBrush
I \ to be practiced tow.ji.U: the press, in relation --- Administrator but ask for llOHrxTTkK'l C'LnuuoSrOIUCH es, &0., &0.

t: to tho steamship: Canad: news now I 11T\Ve are authorized, to announce .JOEL WALKER ._-- Msy 31st, 1S59. -U 6m Dirrms' and ..that eseli bottle A large and elegant assortment of Perfumery: V.

*' abont due fit Hallifax.: : .a candidtite, at the ensuing Oetobtr election In the Middle Circuit ol'Florida in and hat the words .Dr. J, HimUttvr' Stomach Fancy let article in treat; abundance; togetherwith
I fur the Omoe of Tat Tallahassee. Railroad are now Bitters"blown the aide of thu
and Company the select
I The Auwttor CulUctor of Jvffurson THE e- on butlla and stock of '.
should be cautious for the of 1 ferson. .aney.F.mI1.neUo-
public .
} unusually : County Horida.tflTWe ( hirire and commodious Warehouse at County tamped on the metallic rap con-riug the tel Soap ever brought to th
'1 ; In reg.ird: to foreign news, until the press St. Marks. In addition,! to those at present ther. of- 'Ym. P )Marvin James RaID cork, and observe that oar autograph Cigna.lure -ALSO--mrlet

11. ,,;; it bnh1.tined.. are authorized) to announce ISAAC: Relent protect from the weather all cotton or other soy, Win II Kyle and Isaac il on the label.arrrVpandMd. .

...... TOWNSEXD) :' : sea fur Tux t w J. 'i', Collector\ of Jefferson County at the ensuing October Tin. car will\ I be running to Montlecllo by the the Presbyterian Church, &0. i WINES, POUTER
:' \..... ". Later from Mexico22 election. mid.llu of SoptambiT, when tho IrAiiupcrtion' livwagon va ) In Chancery. SMITH, rittiiirgk, !>*., sad told ky AL"ClGRm .
"l/.NJw: OHI.KA.NS, Aug. -We have received -. to Thnmasvlll, and adjacent country will The lielrl at Law of Alex Dragglita,.Crr. aid dealers pe.rallthraughest '
o Vera Cruz dates to the 11th instant. tV\\'e are authr>ri : .a* a candidate fur the office of Sheriff Jefferson \illeto Munticellobelng about! 18 or 20 miles over al defendant sad SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO
It was reported that Hargous &; Jecker I County. Florida at the ensuing October elrellon.I j..rr
a good road. evidence adduced before CANDY Ac. .
satisfactory me, .e.OGEBE
bad 'purchased) tbo Tehauntepco' transit: The rates of Freight and I'I.oratge\1I) \ remain the UPON the heir of Alexander Adair, deceased MEAD -

I .1 route, and that their agent; at Minatitlan I I Axlveriisements.nutofl MIne as lust year on all trttrle. and Thomas White defendants, reside beyond the NEW OIII.RANN, L4.TbleNal With 'of th. 'PATm

t l, had been ordered to engage engineers: and Mr. James S. Randolph having been appointed| limit of the State of Florida but within the jurisdiction \ Agent* ICEDIdNES aniMortmtnt of the prlipl. .
r ? ,recommence work-the ete.imship: Adriatic I i Keunral superintendent of both the Tallahassee and of the United States, Cr.For sale in MonUcello, by DR. T. M. PALMER :
IIORTICUIJTURi\rJ I.1:0 the Pensadulii A Georgia: Railroads any communications It Is ordered and decreed that said defendants, the and DR. ROBERT SCOTT; and In .
the Pacific .
to side in W.kenh
run on connectio business, the should PALMER 4 Ills our lnt. always to)keep Stock .
I -: : :- on Road DO directedto heirs of Alexander Adair and Thomas J White do by WILAM out ;
:f. -- ... .. : him at TulUhajM" appear and answer plead to, or demur to the Bill of March 29, ly Fresh and .Pfre-!

e A CLOSE :;IIAVF.Inthecnntetbetrecn int 2tif F. II FL.VGC Sco'y. Complaint, filed In the above eaus., by the first ;
q'-: Ailing democrat July 30th, 1859.; 24 8t Monday In October next or the matters and thing'; Johnson Bird &Co and will, consequently, rest atottO; en :"f
( ) .astated sold Bill will be taken M confessed. tomer will b* pleased with rDrh '
:1,. and.Etheridge, (orposition) in the ninth AUGUSTA GEORGIA. Excelsior Store. Provided this notice be published for the space of DEALERS INFAK.W -. .

: .: Cwigressional District of Tenneiaee, Eth. *\\TE offer to the public this season, a VERY three months in some Newspaper published in the Particular attention ( the <
of .; :' :Bridge was elected by a majority of ucvenJL V LARGE and CHOICE collection of Southern -:0-: : Town of Monticello, Jefferson county next before t ,:
< i: rotes.r The vote stood 1 Jr'Etheridzo, raised THE unJer.deneJ l WOIII!:!return LU thanks to the the laid first Monday In October. AND i BrE E COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPT! .

I '. T -J4tkini and friends of the luU firm WILLIAM Done and ordered gt Chambers this the 13th AND
o. Jay
, L 1 ,1, 0,430, !F'i1 WT MD: OJ'n MINL! BCDD Jr.. & BRO., for the liberal patronage bestowed of June 1859. J. WAYLE3 BAKER Family IVedlcliic. .
V ,' 1I'0-- on said, firm and takes this method of Informing )Monticello June 21. Judge. DRY GOODS
"' ') t. 1. :' THE RICHMOND M'EL. TREES, / his friends and the public generally that ; -
he has bought out the Interest o( his Brother Wm. t.zAU MedliDe and Preparations found at
i" t
.t W.unnIGTos. Aug. 20.-The duel between Roses Evergreens, Budd, Jr., deceased, and hope.,by attention to business Iii the Middle Circuit Florida, in Store are by the Poprietor. '

"' Meuirs.Vio! and Olds, of Richmond and fair dealing. to retain all\ of the custom of and for the of Madison. ported direct from the mod ". m .
took place to day: near this city- @fl&fP[ WJRJg[ @CJ the old firm. County mI they will, therefore always be' fuuud GE-NE

: Two shots were tired-neither ot the lie has on hand a &good Stool for the advanced Harriet 0.May. John O. Mays, J@ D March 15th, 1839. 4-tf ,
par- Our stock Is "large and the Ire. well grown andwe ,season consisting of all kinds of goods, nsnally kept Butler Mays.Ann )L Mays and -AND-
tie being injured. Their friends arc endeavoring offer them at price which nil) comport favorably In a retail store. II* expect to leave fir New York Warren Mar*. by their guardianand ; ENTEL1'EJ/ ENTIRELY NSWI / i

to effect an adjustment of the with those of any Northern grownr. next month to purchase s Fall and Winter Stock friend Thomas O. GJuMCock.8. Supplies What is it ?
difficlllt),. A descriptive Catalogue ill b.. mailed free to.11 which will\ be full and complete. \' OF ALL KIND.ARE

.., ....,. -- applicants. Give me a call before purchaainz eliwwhrre. Dennet II. Mays, in Ms ownrlght.andu.dmlniotratororWIl. now by \ arrival from New That Wonderful Purlfwfnf Agent, ;.

**"t37 Blondin: has last found 'el'lon. Jwlroua of putting out Fruit Trer the J. T. BUDD. > In Equity .a Extensive Stock of '
-- at a man: coming season, will find greatly to tb"lr.d van- Montlcello. July 23. 1859 23-7t Ham A.Mays,dec'd, Richard J. Darb/s/ Prophylactic Fluid ,
.Ibo! enough to permit him to carry him a- tag. by purchasing\ Southern raised Trees in Traf-r. May,Enoch G. Maya, Rydon G. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, ,

TOM Niagara on hi* back. The account ear. to jiortbern. as being better adapted to this FOI'Sale. Mays Bailie E. Iay". Thomas S.MaysTb.odore which are offered to prompt paying customers on This il a AAi. fMtewtry. It it tht of /jamtJ
TI : climate and the varieties having mostly been orig W, Brevard and the most reasonable term and time. Rul
Reaareh. It It
inated South. Address Acres of X.ati.xi his wife.Caroline Brevard and the U'a a Triumpk of
'1r. Blondin ,
f occupied something over P. J. BERCKMAXS 4 CO. 2AAAJJJ snore or less, lying in the Counties 01 heirs of James Mays, dec'd. For a h, Scituliftc SLitl I :
% half an hour in crossing most of the time August 27th. 1859. 284m"Vxlxitvlolo Madison and Jefferson with to the tl-fuctlon (Heavy Groceries* excrpted.) a DEDUCTION OF It Iii a Chemical Union of provided by
being spent in his performance upon the ; IT appearing of the Court that TEN PER CENT ..I be made from the lowest Nature for rend m.ter w* '
Enoch: G.Mav*, Sallie E. May.,Thouia a b.rlf ai breti.
rope. He remained upon the Canada side F1or1.Cl.aLP@l M: FINE DWELLING HOUSE S 1 and the heir of James May are non-resident of Mays the market Montlcello prices.Fla. Its obedience to fixed "laws,

to rest and refresh himself some fifteen or Out houses, Negro Cabins, Stab) Gin lIon.. and State of Florida. and that Rydon D. May, reside March It, J 1829. 4 tf QUICK, I

4 twenty minutes, and again appeared upon \ ? lriTYIFOa. Screw ; all of the best kind. In a word whatever out of the Middle Judicial Circuit of Florida. SUE POWEF

,' the rope. ThU: time he had his Agent may be necessary upon Plantation without hay- U i I. therefore considered, ordered adjudged and A Bargain Offered I purlJe.*d w"lng.. en odor ;
iou to expend in fixing decreed that the said I oleDW' ;
money up. Enoch G. ,Sallle E.
Mays ,
)lr. SALE. Mays
t Henry Colcord a man weighing about oureluro..
To desirous of certainty;
any one a !good Plantation TIomaaS.lIl.p andjlydon G. do ,and II1tDt
ISO pounds, upon LU back, and his balanc- ::0-: .within a few mile 0 rurch.oinf .t Georgia I answer plead or demur to the Mays bill of appear eUQlpl.lntI I prvenl meat spoiling ;

ing pole in hu hand. lie proceeded down The undersigned offers for sale onreneonaWe Railroad, the undersigned offer this on easy terms; I filed In this cause on ur before the first Monday' I la coo ACRES UNOA I water soft; Z
I Ia
the rope cautiously, aiiffeelingevery only requiring part Cash,-th* balance to suit the November next. .d Dd It I. further considered, or. I the bet cosmetic; .
step, terms,the following described : scatter hen 4
buyer witli.8 cent dered and ; .
per decreed that the aloo.order be bUa forming
until he was about hundred ieet from the interest.JNO. publish IA HsuotUcs hen formed, and LealsthemranIdlv .C
ONE ed In h..UI .
DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT. I W EPPE3. some new paper !published within the Middle FOn .
Canada side
1 when Mr. Colcord dismount.
May lth.lSSO 8m Judicial Circuit of the State ; :
Situated In the town of Montlcello Jefferson C un. Florida, one a week
ed and stood upon the rope immediately: ty. The house is ciargeand commodious building for:..four months. It relieves heartburn;

r behind Mr. Blondin. They here remained containing 5ine large room., and Eight fir* place' Dun at Chamber tliU24th June IMI.J. A 'Large New and Commodious It cures tetter and seal IJ.hea'

to rest probably three or four minutes, The Lot contain boot three acres, Iud is a very Monticello p Pi, 0 01, Mail tagements ; WAVLES BAKER!: Judge. Itii demises good for lle corn and sere
beautiful location. June 28th, ((194m.) I th*teeth and the ;
when plrf
: Mr. Colcord again and 31
r. ONE PLANTATION three mile North of the From and after this date the Mails will be destroy all plol;
Blondon still closedas I
proceeded, walking a U U tho best
[Wf01 ever
very [
lowly town Monticello, contu' ling 710( acre.. Clearing ("how.: IM: >*WE.irT: ESTATE NOTICE. @l wound fN
stopping occasionally to balance and
improvement enough upon It. to work fifteen Northern Mail '
him elf. five minutes hand every evening except' Sunday STATE OF FLORIDA, > WIIE UNDERSIGN offers relieve In a ftw uiinuUs the Lit of InsecU
t! They stopped in All neceaaary building{ upon the place.ALSO S o'clock-, lferson. for sale hi. I
bee .
crossing and each time Mr. Colcord dismounted Western Mail at County. I .1situated in Jefferson Ig..f el
7 o'clock. P. M.; County
_. WARDS. Sheriff and mile East of New Oileauand Mobile" us]
BW.'ED of Montlcello &
;- -' and again resumed his J position.JJe A plantation upon the Aucillo River in Madiaon Eastern Mail Tuesday and Friday at 7, P. M. of Robert N. Mathers late to on Rod leading Ing it;
of Jef containing 600
'-' had his arms around Mr. Blondin'a! neck county known a. Patterson Hammock J'T9p4r: Groovervlll Mondaysand Fridays' 7 P-M. tenon county, doceosed I I.* filed in the Prubat -Mdl.n. which acre land, and under LASH I Hospitals,corporation srnaatere.mDufdl-

I :aad .bis neck rested on the balancing pole.' contamiug Z.OuO acre. This place is also Improved. Alligator Mull, Wednesdays C A. P. M. / Office, a written auggeatlon, that he believes that fencing. I open good ers plntn, physicians,furnLhed by gallon. .I
and contains the the Estate
'q lIe vs in his shirt sleeves and bad necesssry buildings.Addrea No letters will\ Kobrrt N. Maths, to be insolvent There upon the place excellent rat.
on a tr b* mailed after the above Therefore I a
T. J. USTOS.Montkello.
notice is given to all The '6 srintoms Typhoid and Scarlet
.1 straw hat. About 25 minutes were occu Florida. tiro. will tie opened onSuOdaysfrotn7l ehiiiu" against said Estate:: to Jleraol1lllug and GIN HO USE AND SCREW! are mitigated, by the use of ; it Fee
the tb null b ba'
pied ia accomplishing the first half of tberope. Aag 27, 1830. 123 4tj I to.8i o'clock A.M-, and from 1 to t o'clock, P. M.- saroo with the Judge of Probate appear of said kuo*'n to check the -(' Typhoid
: and the 'balance in W shall. adber*strictly to the above. or before the lith uf county on The Dwelling House I Ia feet by SS, families and I.
twenty, making I day December neat when 4 containing upon 1.IAIIlol
minutes Kink bank. I THE ABNIVEBSARY ADDRESS Montioello. March 8. 1859. S tfE there ,.ill be a pro-rula distribution of the I'by" it In Chflrfeston,Cov
from fund
___ .... .to... I 0, the Jefferson DebatIng Society will be deli... belonging to laid Estate amount the creditors there Six comfortable rooms, and i just L.dng, & iagnsta, Atlanta, ilaiwo. Coluibbus -
__ *r.d by It..". WM. E. of,at w hich time the in helms, and New
t.J HAMILTOX. at the said & W. Edwards, will Montgomery 1fbll
J TOWD D .wsr u.-The Bainbridgc Court House, Friday Evening September !nd. at 8 I E EVE BTBOOTLOfltEBEPHE R Y 8 0 0 Y L 0 E I ply fur his final discharge from the Administration ap House fnihe i good style.The lean i

Southern Georgia of the 12th inst., says"We : o'clock. of said ecse. The Immediately upon the Road. For sale by druggist and country merchants gsoerally

understand that George Rodriguez, At this Society i It eompoted entirely of the Young > THOU J. CHACE. House.Plantation lie Suth .a SouthWest of the from whom orders are respectfully *oliultiLTryat
Men of our Toe-n, it i Ia will SUBSCRIBER;; ba just finished burning an- least one bottle price CO Follow
; a paiater by trade formerly but earnestly hoped there \ JL Judge of Probate. ; 1m
p/Quinoy, be a full of citizens other KILN OF BRICK. Not such brick Jun Few places unite more advaatageou.lyllealth directions. IB o
I attendance our aad the public a* 14th. 1859, IT tin. Aa.due only Labratary
more lately rell det Bainbri.Jge, was ia generaL J. D. fALMER Bee'y. are some timns carried in your bat; but real aimon and } &
found drowned one day taut week in the j'' August ntb, 1859. I pure-such .your chimney should be built of. 'erity li -.PRICE,

Flint river,four mile*above C&tttaboochee, H.would further sUU that these brick are HARD INSOLVENT ESTATE NOTICE. than thU; being WELL localed 7'Fvr UlttMontUlloly" -
and and would make good pavement In from of tb.line STATE or FLOBIIU as to command outlet 1 .
near Yarbzongh'.Ferryia thU coun $25 REWA.RD. ) 0 ft*all time, with A T.:3f. PALMER.

ty. He has beet musing for the! pat AAWAY from the subscriber his 00 More account, where of mud.on rainy day, it i* very disagreeable I, JEWEKSON' Cocirrr. f GOOD RANGE Cull ami fur (WILE and HOGS. ry For sale. Ia New Port,by.JAMES
? R f3T b- f
three we kf." man M "ES, *ho I.. stoat, dark Negt'Oi. I 1'h. subscriber hope. that all who &r.ID want of CHAKLEH T. TAYLOR AdminUrator of th* If wUh to purchase y fur own judge W. SKPE.
Estate uf William Ellis Ut. Jwrorson deceased you a good place, oiferm) N: Persons toil >-
-.- f>lxiond negro and about five feet and ; i a good articlt of Brick ,.ill send their waggona at County toyouinthlsaisd at liAUOAIN I 1 i B wishing
For SAle. or un iach** high, and wu Crmcrly the property once and "haul thttp oS, far they are... prvacct has filed ia the Probate Office, a writteiUKgettioji t3f A bargain b. made, in absence .1a have It dun c.lbn IJ
of George W Ocher Esq.( leif_County. much in hU very that!'III believes the Estate:: of William Mr may my (1 Profauor Darky, .
[ HAXD30ME way. Alexander Kr the
A BCnOT.i kick bal Th. abov reward will b* for his Ellis to beiaaolvent wi gbn.upon place, who alprUSttb, 10
been in paid .ppreh.n. I JAMES EliEJTWOOIX\ 16.
t about j ,
11M.11 eight Therefore necessary Apply soon. .
Apply to I lioa sod debvtry to D*. at Uajuon C H, flonda. t I Jun 14th 1859. 17eLFISK'S notice A. c McCASTSl M. W. elalmuphu.t..W Ectate, to appear and file the R J J Lnst.Notlce. 6.15.:1': 254, j August 20. lU9. ?MeLEARY.-4& I same ."ILbb..Juilg Probate uf suit] County, on June Hth, 1839. 1 H/. Could

METALIC BURIAL CASES, or before the llth day of Much next ;,rhea there .ii,1uti no tell me, sir, you

Kerosene i ._ 'r will be jTo-rsU diribution of tb. (fund belong Lime bold the Llo' P" \.! the iiuwter.JJo .
Notice. -
lug to sail Estate. the rveJitors Lime "huw the> Jr
U --. I amongst thereof at 'a t-isy wow," said
; .na'U.- -T t'l&
KCPERIOS *r*'!. @: 0115 Dt'!'.!NG -1ab6.C4 k:1 the Stat. the Rev -.- I. wbicb. time the said Charles T. T..vlor.. will apply KEPT CONSTANTLY ON andj :i could I huM it, and a JrW11i'
A jutrtseivciaB4 r."r ui William PstUr. at Wakeeeah. for bis tiDal tram IS. r
and the Rev discharge the liuUtratiou of ..I. by the .nd ? Uut givas >t'IKo le ill
y C G. Fife of Montictllo. I aid E Ut a hbW\fit froii Wti t'
*r cv authorised away
< Agents.Nr'fRoN Yard about mile 6ouu
: .. I'll l'lolJ it
sf- .
MGBt1CU H'11N30YJIIRD&CO. : FEELFi14'r" Vlt lIMlltJ1 on hand and f"f itT! .ry 'StCE.ahs, rat ,cite Auguab Road. I i-l and b.'j.bcr* g
j !. y 14, 1f !! tf :s." Ii: if THOM\S ,fqaf 1' -; JOHN silko'ly", a
i'4' .., I'IDI 1.TMF
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ff.nan C'inty Fl*. J l 1U9.
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ii rtl\nl'C\ n1-! ProfessionalOards-- =' -- '= ', -_ _B- ITALY Ilio\conlrnry 111.rl'er.' \considered'hn'l.not as give'wishing hlrO| 'l notice eUI'Uluethcir to Goclcy's I,July' .:Book
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111. D. of
A. C. order' crAi
8. .L"riLel llcoJhnlnnro l
1IcCAN'rS llonils.CIIAGI & ]@) : their t ncw'pnpers: the pul'li-licr tnay continue to
r A Tale of Russian Justice HOMIOPATHIC PHYSICAN, lni ltl WJilf @J send them' until nil nrnnrflgf'nrc In\ theirnewspapers Great Literar; and_ Pictorial Tear I

A curious\ story appears iu the St. Petersburg Wi@D or SCIIIDULE.P 8. If ,nb erlhcM refuse .>r I take
l'O from the iiflica, to which arc directed TEAR
correspondence oftliO' London July 16, 185!!) Gh hug (0 Mslorv of the causes of the \Viir \uli they arc held, they have, TiE '.NNI
IIhct,1s -- I lin liavlnj ordered daily iiuii1servite l'uuutrahtS rci-ponslUfl FIFTY-EIGHT AND PTFTTfKtNE TOR
Telegraph, nnd i is ono which sonic Depament; fmily elarol'eJ settled the anti \OJ.C31E' .

light upon the manner In which justice i* ii.y. ...Tn'r.on....,. :>.c..1. T.. .M...pALstr.n. .... ., xt...n.. the L train will bctwccnlallnhasi'ee run on and nflcr (lie and Gut! \\of"i1o'r.January Miii,, m"JTIIlell.kd'1111l, itli the oflklal account itc.of, t. If uibscill'M, or."I to \ JI"olllnnc,1,'lteutInr"rmln Tills TEAR WIlL COXTAlN "

meted out In Hu siOne: fine day nt the the Tllee.f'bnl., 1'alettro, Maitenlni I the pnMi-lior, nml tud) le"'orpr'lreslnllo iOOpagcuof Reading matter 24 rage ef MI@i ,
DRS. TAYLOR & PALMER 1S.W, follows! and all the .
are least 60
officer ins n Itc. 1.1 ) the former "llcr.they rl'pllle I 1 Colored containing at figures
l ofh-t
end went
inter 8lcc1loto.
a young Gttnrd.QsNl Tloiitlrcllo, Fin., On tIt Pen. tt Goo. aUroad : Countries, I ly I C.; The Uomts have ". ., that Steel ')Wood EngrtTlngi',I'M Ar-
the ckgrntnnfonm of the llor o to Practice In Co ', ) Do Mai.guei1tteolllt from the office', or returning and Icnv J the iet cnthon of'AmcrteAnd all
of tho most frermcntednnd WClliIUC rornrril.A Leave Tilliiha"ee daily at..t P. t Ibin.J( ne\P'npPI U evidence of Intentional tclc by
}):\ through one for, jirimn/one \\0 1859, nt pilcrt for "which.
March 1S59. . "DrAled given le
( 15th \
fashionable thoroughfare: of St. Peters Arrive at W olklr? Mill by S.80 I' \\ nn Intrtuelt"t by Dr. l. Shi ELTON M.lCT t r11UI. our etr.mel110w Uub rate* m

burg. 'As he was riding by i a niillinory es Dr. Robert Scot Liuv.iilki'r'e Mill( 1 daily l.y, .nt..1" .. ..111.I.A.'.nlhn I. J clu, 7IL!luJ.umty bound in one volume 110. 6. The, thnt United n postmasterwho Mute Court have.neglect Ilc* to repeatedlydecided perform The Oldest, the Best, tnl the Cheapest

tablishment noticed young girl enter. nrrcns IllsflNJL Cotineel'inc; nt 'W'alkfr*' Mill \vllh Port Ooaehcs ruici: 91.25. his duty ..f ,reasonable notice as icqnlred Magazine in;Am.encn' '

ing the shop, whose appearance greatly at- : via MiMitleellrt to Albany every evening ol the weekMecpttrn G.! (I. Hvau", 4S9 St, by thn Po'JhII' department, (,uf the nrgfect of ( .
traded him., Ho dismounted, followed iVUn Sntidav, anti twice n week connecting An'I"I.lh"t 1,1 Clelnnt to take from the 1le.'N newpapcrs ns addrcs Ireful,

liorin, and nt, one fell in love with object of I T.Ihe cll1PI1 of t 1"ltcdlo Rm" vv-itlilWhM running to Mndl.n. Alligator, Bald ( persons ed to them renders pintiiinsUrs liable to thepuuhhishuer We!bare' now several now diparlmenU" Ou Music
1Irch I. 1 : wlu nnd Jak.onville. fur the p. of wlileh Three worth !* given
This every
.}Ii'p': ra lit. S'tcwaortxtrnord'narybo: : lily ---- and! the War of 1359, lon.l""lc Alhlrlpll"lrl Jola1'
----- for *. Onr Health Demitment. -
of grateful figure; and the rays of innocence C. G. IiII"E, On the Tallaha ycc Tailot: volume written Illu-trntcd by Madame with Julie Jt nnd Mnratierlttc. iurtrnitt ( ovrnm.nt of the United tlt(< yenr.( Gardening. low 10 make ,furnitnre, with (I.

beamed from her cycs.4 When she lefl Leave TntIo.ce! .dally (except )) ouc snilnbly % Map: ( Ir1 i're'iinnt-Juutne. Ruehnnnn I IVlco ""Inlons Time Housewife or, how to conomtze
about her ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, nt. . .M A. M. jn>t he.tJull-hr,1 1n. C.l'I'nn'lheoII a houn The'art of omamenUl Hair'
the mng&sin: he mailo inquiries ...... .. .. Gift \, ) I l'Iln.llpllln. lt low Pn Mi nt .1. C. eckinridgo; nlJ elllllet
of the attendants: nnd w"' told that phvas II! 3IONTICELLO, FLOUIDA. An Iv'o at At.Mwks by..1 11.25 A MLeac I of$ ,Pu\IjI\r.r\"lllme,1 nlt luxec"I,1 l Secrttary of Mute I -Leu la Cnw; Work with IngI'lng1 The Hair-bow to promote

the of a needy and anbordin. ly St. Marks' dally few'pt Rln.'Int. \) The f.ricl design Is:tntlmw Ilnly II 1'utt PI'r.cII.P Secretary of Tr"oolrJnw'll'.I..); rre. rt iant', Inl the teeth->
daughter IS51.
\ ) \rri1. __ .2.15 P. M.ArrivealTallahaMoent I. nnd bc Our Department
How ilify.
... .. ..... that tho render iindeMtnnd on' ground* Secretary of 1'h"1(8"1| ; to jirwrv Literary
ate ofllcial.: put the most importance piece WILLIAM S. ]1.WOHTI .. ...3.30 P.M.Conneetiti I. I he, baos her expert may iney of n glorion Future with Secretary of Wlr-III 11. [ Is UieBtrongfttln the Countryv Vi1
of intelligence volunteered. to !him was, with Post Conch to New Port arrival lur of, -1-Mino
!* on thfa vIew tlii nulhor, who 1.1 I travelled tljthroush Secretary Navy loticcy j Something.Entirely N cw.
that: tho object of his attention would return Mtorne and al Law of, nut wtittlt returns ler.the, departure ot Kuropc: has' raided for I consldi,'rnldi' Postmaster( General-Aaron V. Prow I;

at! six o'clock in the:! .afternoon. ; Counselor th Tmln : nn,1lh, the lino of Mull Sfenmer< between iierlodiu Milan, ont vUils to the other, great eltb ih. '. Attorney fJeucral-Jeremiah H. I llhuk. Pining t,1 rCAlwU I 1.i* gircn\ I numtorefengra'
New Key \eptaiii Ctilin;nnd inti'rmediatnpointon I !, e with wliti-h'liel-t ( for
his, hold, and ncqiminl ) (eHun fancy
officer to up
The repaired orIJly.I"I'\p tinipof
; : the Gulf, nrrivlnffflt St. Milks' BIC| I Intiinatily kiifw. The ConercfS of (ian United Slates cotmlfls ..f n mAk
cent' for two of his boon companions, like- "TL pru.tlie! In the Courl .f 1.Ilo CV on their way to Key AV c't on tho I ISIhJind:: I 1-t or The 11llcr"II if (the\various"II Mates now onqnacd, lr Senate And House of Kcpresenliitlvcs, nui!uuuust us- fiii-;, ", whit al iesoriptlonshow of the to Dock in.are--'
of l( The n'" contents Ijidy's
wise in the army. Over a bottle, the three nf FI.rl.ln. nnd in the Jii trit-t 2nd of earl l.nlh.,, aol nrrivin? at, 1'. Murk< on are riveti with blojsrnplilcnl, sketches or |nilile, nt least once t.veiy.iiu." 1 I lie .!, Monday How to h with Tiifte Children'n Clothe*-ho*'

concocted a plan to carry off tile girl that the lTnlted, States.. 1"11 way to New Orleans, on the hIll nnd !2"tli\ of ho'lilicA:. 'rllgn@/"rrnly. mini, St lnte>men, whom ,the In }crlml"r. mid nl-Mi Ht the cajl) of Hie IVf-l. to cut and Ire \Uiem. Patch wotk. 'h rmnk.r
March ISM' -ly
hour : mn'llh. A deal of a'lt by .
night. According to tho appointed war ho.lhrmvl t''nt IrocluUalul.The the .
h\\ -- WI"'ItI''r tlie, o (1u3-C como on Sundiiy the Train per'_ nal anecdote, Is Ir"mluelpy.\h..h very much, I ,,, of two members' r1 nl.l In rnlllr. uvful! ( the
well fortified with wine and : lug n car- Drawing ty o .
& ItlHori
Salih rUII'i' will run on lhol.loy to oln pl.JUWAIU, n 1d. to the fpliit ansI n acceptability tln wotk.The .-- each 1"le.'lel nre .hn"1 I bj \I I 1.vI.ltlrr.] ol' and the Lcgnll
hard concealed th cI\'l' ., .
in .
tinge by, they lll J lo1STOUN causes of the war are fully fiilrly ilcvilop. Ihl ," for the term years.Ill 11.1'I..nt. C'lalliJiment, of tile
near the milliner's store. The girl 1 \\'aslate IVi LAW, 1r..t. I\'I. .1 1, and there I Is appended nn niitlimtld necount of .Vice Pnvldiiil of the United Mates I I is the Foollnl''n Ill r.m be in number., ee1et.rte.

,. and did not make her appearance: : until it II. FLA March 29, 13S9, C-tf thc war \,elf up to Iho prevnt lime, inelndliin the i're'uul.uit of( lie Setiat e, I in whhh l 10.1)) lie has only lruiM.l and every""lrli.1 Lace of every "anI.-
quite dark.: As she was about to enter oloeial reports of the variouslinflhnnd chivalrouscxploiUor a raiting which, It irlv<*n In ease of an cqnal I .jfolnl.
was Mitch 22. 1850. lyVOLNEY Gtni ml ] t gallant Oucirillnloader. <\\h'IIII'or the votes of tho In lute, all- w
the door, a cloak was: thrown over her: 1fr-A :_ U.Tihll.lhc Prc-Mi-nt 1..lfll.> iho-wn : One!liiindt'eJ pngo.f rending "i be give Dionthly.
I ii-nef, I pm tIII''P] Ltthr .
head she hurried to the 'i.igc nnd
? was can: HOWARD, I flu' WOIK, Dr.H. Ri'rittt / .
with the utmost rapidity thc party wtak: Hail Road jSToticc. \el"th'Ot"loll"lr.l'1'luLI., I'lintiin IMltori.f 'f: Hou'e of n"I'I' ''JLltlll I Is rompoDed, of( (,.!. yV ,,1,111, LIIt1 hag'on si...). ,
cn to the neighboring town ot C/.iftko: rMlo. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, (!/'Ir) wainily etiloglZ'j I- 1"11pr.fiom, the seveml States, elated by, the 1.Inlol. ; 1'11.,1..11.111 Fmi'hinnr-CuJ-, "'

Here tho officers hired a room in the QUIXCY, FLOI L1D.\. r UE lnillon of Cnnltiirn. of( oodiiby (the Tal.JL .> ludislifinnnd ('celll, people, for two years 1 lie Uepiwntatives, arc apportioned dy' Four, i'lvcnu.l' nix tgl'c.colul.1 fii-dilon.
their 1 ihnmeo. it Pensneolii .t(leornlii Rnilinadsl'reupcitfully I A copy of the I n..I. and, n handiunne, |1.I. nlnn tl. dilltfcnt Stales'according toI'pllllill. nnliroldery utl'rl. Molll Cotngcf.a8tillcontiiiuetliepnblicatiou
in uniform tf33usiiiess
hotel. Thev 10
were though n.21 culled\ to the f.Uuwlnrile: will he lent 1 I\11i. !1.1 t paid, Ipul rrcel't" 2!: Tlio pieselit rlt.", nenr.lll to the \\ of then beauUtiful -
faces were disguised, and no ole toquestloini. -. --- for the I"k. 011 1 ei'nf' 1 lor jio< { iotuuuuetut, I Is onf ," cry 93- Je.lglP ,..r_. .- ,:FDi
Ask It is needless to state thab Caixls.HOTJS3I3. Hula 0, of Tiilhlmsoc it IVn. and Anew Clnlt"ICtll"le; uf Hook, null rn. (iso .nl.11 mill folnto/nuking t tlc whole niimbirof I i'miikiti!{-VTilh Plitpintnn' to cut ty. wDrem '

the three brutes were strong enough to Georgia Hail lloid Co. 11'I"cel", .'.t'II.lilo cent fa' .n inembirj2S3.. ,""' pllpI1plnr. ," and ,ChIJrl'. d.el.
The of of the Simile with .1''rlI," t Ilken 110c of
compendium .
) 1.1 111"I'r
resistance weak
the "
overcome oni're.t by 1 m@ tcfl11i @ Prc'uhU. nre |.n\'ol.le in nail on ,l'll'crr.f pood" nl'llelll"n.A.Ure.*, (0. O. r.VANrt, 1ull of UipriMiilalIv" I '; I lfJiHii' ) per session, "" Olt Netting ; I"
Ili &
and gentle girl. The agony her parents, aol 1 storage will 11 charged on nrllee. I lug over, 419 Chestnut Street, Philadilplihi.Pa. "I.\i'IIO' each t'onKre, nnd, us for every twenty The nl.llhe iinoery,- ceelelt.arl.
F when she returned home, can be better imagined iftvr the following peliods: July 3nih 185d.! 2ltf( miles nf, t tr.lvil in Ihe iHiuil I road, In (ruing lo ilos Ip'"lhCc lu'Jeet will oftci 7t'glen .

than Tho father, after nnd riliirnimg r"11 t Ihe suit of (ioviriiinent. Gmtiy'i Invaluable limijili.v] Kiljrff.In .

Ins burst of \desclbll, set about to find 'fnr tXDEn.WXlt HAvnnn OPEN- !,'. .To" Con dances I tn wllhll 1'"nllno."r.0,miles tin.di" pof, !:.1.hiuye, ., nOWUUSOUI.TIO:. The 1111.. r of CI.'cl.r. uf l'r..I.lelt nlll Ylee the varIous Ill ,fur *I.e fount) the
[ ami will le
the perpetrators of the crime. IIo laid: l.n. nro now pro-, ,'HlrorlIIO I I 12 I ttdiiys I PHILADELPHIA. Irtpl.I..t. 11,1,1 the new "ppl'Llllell. new et dejlgiu for ,Wln.I.1 vurtiilii ISiiHlcriu, AnginIe -

his cause before the 1mpel'or, and, tho ocroll.lnte t Iravilinif: 'j 111,1,0 i rUI'li.h. I I over 12 I I It 1 iliijn, '.A-nenl""/lt" t"I'lmt' IHJ tnrrlal L'" !:'))1.1", hun 151 is nccwvaiy the I States. *i.< represent ..lrr.o lcl., rnl..llo k., rveninj 'drevti -
'lit .
rrceltr'"lrrlllh" nl\rlnlllnf nil
nail Jittremt,",1 r dressing, 'i.e
whole machinery of folo was Ii rurl\t' Tlnlrtnble This, l'lll will bostriellyndhi, 'red t., and, parties I: /, Virnlnit and Epiilimic/ ; Divtait. ,'d I by Mi Istra I'lcnlpotenllaiy nt the (CouHsof d" 1"m Irt.I"'Il. ..<.,., ciurt lace.Ir.'. ., ,
put into operation to aid him. The cul- will bo supplied' with the, '' nlfordr.Lvcry sending for, Kundo arc reqiii'sledlo, comply therewith I'itktl.i.* ) OCIATION, 'In view oflhi. I lireiil: liiilnin.I'liiueo. I A Lust ni' Spain liraH nuani this lre, .h'c""i. riding lnlI, *, moiiiiiig"reflA
Attention bo fur the comfoitofgue wol1111
,Riven( or the goods' co : / Mevieo Mininters lopl.1'lt: at theCourln.f
its at List discovered. The 11.1 lc i 11,1 ; IlhI.) dresses. .
were : .1'IiC"1
JM young dot ruction of human lifo eniHod dy NX
Ni Stnl 1.' nttiii .11"lhe
t vv 1: X. Smi'tlSMnrcli tJ'\fu1 mi l I I'oiii.'n cnnnlih'S] wllh whieli this ,
officer who was the leading in the and olliei of t lLfTO ?*, and thoiKcrptions upon tlniinfortimntc > tlt In your order .Oi. n< 1't evpeet our 11-.1 fir
spilt head-quarters -s 29\ 1839. practiced ""llnlr\!I. nineli, I by .mnwrciol Intireonr iriO.OOO) "} \\\t\ phin .,
(1\tl'f (, turned out to be no titanS : the IJiiUriinnd, 4m&mtrLuc.' vlitimn of snch II.el." l.y Quiuk. < \ '.': Tli'fwire ala, In 1S5S; 197 COI.II. nndI'liiniiu 18(1 \rln..h U to Aeml enpten.' to t the pl.b- '
tho Prince Galitzen. Ills companions were .r St, o kit[ nt IhU hUI' .-, *-T JU.ST ruiLECTUilES! EEl). rrul venr a n .hireet ul I their Cun.nllilt, Surgeon n' C 'r,.11,! Agent* f"11 thn United State rcsldinc whom'nd your hir tnoiuydiri'et'i' bi-llvr
1 he Stio fur Iho 1 1'J: leave Mund.iy, \Ve.IuesIiyani : I IT.\nr.l ACT wortliy name, to and 1.I.r. 1". nl.1118 1.,1
Count Tolstoi and another olliccr of .t lIAI in forii''ii eountrii'", nnd 21 i :JII.tcl ClmrjM.nnd but notes uium I be .
) ,
young forUiatrctilment; of thi 'il4 I I drn.
.I'uf. 1UI' I
idjhH nnd fur '
rank. before tho Emjicror. HIIII'II ; AIJI every 111.1.cxe"I.t open 11'1'1' 4 They wore brought Snud.iy: llnli-rirtm, and to glee Mntllt'AI .. I .
Ho did not take their heads, off r.LACICr.URN d SIMMOiH ADVICi: l UtATI't .all vv ho apply 1 liy'I.t'I'] wllhn .''nlrt.III.pny If Minl-tirs 1"lllc,1 1' ed, at. the' followInR'iilnilis I l.r'Hlr..1'CIJ Ciwh. In advance.

or shoot them Judge J.plhII.1oU1.t,dy! ,FI.I., July 2J. ISZU. 1-ly .).I"tl.J(,if I IIh'.li(!,". ((aiu>, occupation (:rent ') t ) Pi-anec u I ln.'HI( >
: ; ;
a --:1.mLcdlu ---. l 1rLw: J (F>SPLLp! ite.)11,1, < of extreme povirtv, IItoli. 17MI jia.oiHij (lime copy one year, $1. Twoeople* one year ,t'
would haw: done in thi country. lie ma Ie \1Jl '9 IflFURMSHMUDlCISr.-: (IF CIUUOL.Itlsneedlestondd t Uiisslu, *1'2,0N( ; 11011. t12OtJlP lr An.I'II. ; Three, eopii 0111j'ear,ft).
tho Prince marry)' the girl, hl.tUO one.halfof / f LE nv TiE that the oelntion I'ruueslit, ,I 5,001); I r7l. fU.iXlo) ; ., *t 12.1"' ,I; Ih.el..I..I'| year, and! an extra copy to the

hid immense fortune on her, and then gi anted : ,:LLg HUGH STOWELT, HROWtff': the htihcrt Medical ki of the ag.'. anl, Chllll"I,1\i China, f 12.101) ; all "UIr-e""IIII.1.."lui.JLIMCIAT. ". PIT-KHI 'I.Ull I ,111,., 111IIJ) fix copies, il'il I ,
lIO'I'Ul.IO nlsh tho modern, trent ; rxtia ""p)' to thupi't
most iuuent.
her a ( h'oic('. The WI'I' npprov Eht "Ih" OlC IU
two'alJelol! 'l"m I I ;i'lCIlt; tiElt I:I'AI'LCTFITLTY: INt1i, Of tIe Myrtle Slfett Clinpct fjicrpool.; : The, Directors of the a In their Annual I)1:1'\: nnl- ,. "'I' : the chum: ", making tiltS 111.11.. f 15.
deprived of their commilsionl, r.hIC"t to h. fileiidsiiiidtlicpullicenerally l i ; Report upon the treollent.o"oll.n. l/w.'tuw, n- Chief JtiKliee of liie Hllr""heoU'I-\\ .TUI" '. Klevi:] voph one yeui',and e\trn cnito] thn |I'r.,
the ranks, and sent to I regiment on the that he c.mlll'\, to keep open I the stove" I ll:... FIRST SERIES/ the hlghct ii'i the success hieh AoclHto Juctleen-.- ( '11''". wm 'I.lul tin i-luli, inakins tnelxv| if 2"
frontier of Siberia. The story wasffmshedup I and, I U pr<'pared to accommodate permanent nndtnnseicnt / proM, the .1.fIClllll"fll.l. tho\cure Samni'1 Xc..n. John, A. C'nl'fl'I..lnll' >'I. WajmIVter '. termiiannot bi det lit eI In In, no matter .
"otenlc. .u..e.I.11 \'. ., ; ui Clilford. how 'd 'red.
as muc1 as possible but the hcrrespoOlont tll' 'r ". Seminal lul.l1l' / many are 01 <
; Fngl < With n l>iogrni>liicnVIntroiluction l>yUK. .O.nurho'/ .
time ranlii'tntroducnd
And Into
hold of it and itt Gleet, Syphilis the shoe of Onanl'm St-lf-Aluiv. only inilpuiiiellinl
got gave X.iiTo1".vttt: L1a.t.4y IS. SlmfmlnXZn.: : Dlvases\ of(hue 01 ito., and order Gnvc-riinii'iit of rlorida.EXICUTIF any of the above club,is 1 Is Art hnr' I Innie, mo gii/im*.

the world. Iu cOln'ct.1, \111 the IIouser JssXytin I under n' special arrangement \tltli the I continuance Ktlnl''lnll..I.'r.'I. 1.11 the ensuingyear. : iEl''LTMENT. Oiieorniorcoflhat. t 1'.rk can be In..Jll.1 In HIU).
U.. Pull.hcl In the place .fthmc' Ijiil\V Iik, if pri
; .
commndlW 1'1"1
i (!.u.voruir--\ S.
(1 ( volume, 12mo cloth, with a steel Por
The Boy who Understood the Fifth Commandment t (__ous\ Stall IIIl"\ horses will Lo well Alt trait.. Ont H.BO The director.",on n n'v low '-C llu' pail" (r..h 1 uuisuuuuid- -I'. I."" plr'lle. Fjwlul Clubbing vitli tithcr Jltitasuien.Cn.lj'S .
11'lec that thilr, 1 1ll"rs, In thi lieiiwolcnt clFort, ,
care or. splun. of (...uuuutt'tkrT.V.. Ili-etard.: Ijid, VI'ookaiid ArtliiirV ]!utn" iloguxine
An old schoolmaster said one day to- have 1 licen, of great lenlil", the :nlh'le.l. peiliil- Trt'usuurtrChiaihcs 1 II. AiiKlln.llugi both )'car $:3rO.Coily's .
u til the, .
,; yi'iru' nlIIc IUI\I' rc.h'>.111 ter of I.uiiuds-.l). S. Wllklr.
clergyman who came to examine hU school, II\ny. on hand fortheoiiveynnea of travelers and, "Wo 111'1 read Mr. I R Ilrow n't 'I"cllr"'llh1llh ., \1th "iotuet'e.i: Lush, to v ely .Ivu"tll'loell. l'11.\ 1 lly'H"ul uuII:11" r' nin' nrlnv l".tl.lne.
tl. T.
\ :
"I boliovo tho children know tho Cu\'chill others, to any portion of the country and to hire ftatlnfiu, tlon. Mr, Jlrowl pelk and, mucli dcKpt-ied, 01''. llWtnlt I JUPI1)1'I'tnl ynir' 1.11.Gu.I .
word for word." ly the day. C. KLBsJ to 'lho iieivple. Ho 111.,1' noit every qllll'utl: ," Al nllll"lh' I5i pint on bpirnmtoriliira. or Bern Iliomifi, 15iilt7t 11-Chief JI.I"I'( ; I ).1 11J 1..k, H.I'p.'ra 3LIulul. sail Ar.I
1 !
"But do they understand it ? that is the, Arrl 5, l89. [7f] 1 : Proprietor._ fur it,If I U wo may nuuillln jiul/e frll huts pllleII'tr.-, tnnl,AVrnkness, the vice of Oniinl.m. Ma-1 lurlntl"n.or c. 1.i. !lt"t. } 'ioel.llcJu.te,'.' The above 1 I. Ing"tle.) your.inn*'iU chub ultli Harper' .
'111'0 no S II lcllu1I Ilolt ; l 1'lt> "f.Al'' ot her illtn c* of the Sexual organ 1. 1..a.I.
question, said tho clergyman. Robert Scott all l h healtlifnl n the on Juhii. There U *,l h y the (:'i,n'uUIii!{ Surgeon will I do' sent liy I 1). l'uuhy.litnuney Genrrl IIlnzhl.
Tho schoolmaster only bowed rcspctful- lie U hot hi hnnent .,. Thus, money always 1 emit at one time for*ny
ton and
no clap trap; too carneet mail (in I"'11..1 < nvilop ) ntr(UF ClIAlIfili.on lnD.l: JeIJICI.CmClT. .
lyandtho examination began.'A little for that. There In neither rimrlwle scorn f \Ice. receipt, of TWO HTA Oilier of the rlubr.jjulumrlptloii
4 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I I' .1 po'tiige. Jud.'C J. Wn)lee linker.Solliltor In the Pro\lneeii, ] mid
buy had repeated the fifth commnndment."Ionor nor any pfliminateapollgl/lnKforlt( .lint, nIl tic"look 1"1"1'\\Tracts on the lre and treatment of -' H.! Sti'pheim.CDCXTV f"r ninlt $ n.III.t on ,110 tubtcribcr -
un UI.I10 are etn grl.IIIIII 1 rcthrcn. Ho ''. ile.. are constantly liciug publiihed tUr every
father and / .1"1.
thy thy mother, and OFFICnrA.Iiid.e to pay the Ainirlean liustage to the linen.Adilrm .
-DEALER IN- almost of thcni/ulrc,
speaks th.pooido a one / ; : di'triliiition nlll si'nt to
i wa desired to explain it. Instead of only from high level; anil, though he iiKea their the ( rltul"I'SIlo.f tho new iIc, lnUhodi of Pr.I"t.-T. .1. rhnee; .

trying to do so, the little boy, with his face Juify plirazoa' yet nmlntaneo vlth our mutely' "nnl'lcl.ITuhnell.l-overc.Ilurllg the I II covered with blushes, said almost in a i conininn sense pro\ erl> and employs them' t telling of W'lt "III )1'01 ShcrllT-UV.. EdwardsTiK ; 3 2a Che.tuut Hlrevt, 1Ii1.Jcllll. Pa.
whisper '"Yesterday I showed some : ly. There Is no II"ctIUln.f extraordiniry "tun. A.MivM, ,for Ilepoi t or treatment, IU.J.SKI LUX Aim-wor anti Collt" tor-Jiimen I>, JIorri;
for tho "limit there I U (hat I ,L'( i IT > h nut ; Tho'For
the mountain.- cern Isoul; II (IN. A gentlemen
strange over renl, manly concern afford to dltpcnsc o. 2 South ( 'III.'IIPI 'lrrll ;
Tho sharp stones cat my feet, and! tho gen- r1)) with prof-m-lon and to cnl It-wlf clili, 'Ay In Iy! ordir Xllih of 111'e.1.1'hilhlcl'I Il. SurTi-jor-W. II. E\ ; ( J : @

," tlemen. saw they were bleeding, and they oolml'lt l trays> and @ $ oXlrl' .t endeavour mm.\: : n. 11U.UIT\VELL, Pr *'l. ('III.I.n',1 POI I In, .\ I I. WIrt. J. [Q I":i.VOLlDrH La 7
S. .. '
gave mo some money to buy mo some The provenhi. Iu"h cry little wotd jon may KOPAIKCHILD.Sec'y.: : W"I1'r. 1'(1"1. AND XIV.

t tihocs. I gave i it to my mother,for she had reverse In hU cast. 1trle l\ bistro with to I".ft thep"I.I..I'lortly he April 1 112. 1H.-.9. _ _JyThe __.__ XII
shoes either and I I could "101I'111.y pull.. "hl'h El>llin: UY! T. S. AR1IIUR: JIISS
no thought .xn
go ;Jr tati itle of %'let, poverty The Charleston Mercury
barefoot better than she could. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, ilNcase, to... In order that )hl-t well iuar.liiilhid,l f.iit T Temperance Crusader, F. KtlVNbLNP.In I

,S.. nA jii-t received, and will keep con-taiilly on mav preiit-li to the undii,lnndlag. Thin (fiiiiiiiuwof nl""II.111 I tinA'olniuen of thus Homo. X'.L'nziiir -
Italy, Seen by land, n Kltl>U supply of3V4Coc3.iGin.023- liUearne,tnei's lit c\inced l I.v the ohrrulnc. A Political, Coniuior( tat and LiU $. :). t,." uIihl.iuere ennnot but refer In ,I..

New a Haven a Amerca.Tho J.n. letter. rtL; > wit which i U toilsaloni; the!. lilIIO)" of commonsense. REMOVAL TO THE CITY OF ATLANTA rary :C\"I>a l'l'I'. .lllill"1 fut, thnt, while nearly every other littrrnry -
I 110 has -" In the
to imdittriiniiin durliyfISJH
no r"eour" ro.1le., country Iut ground
from who Las been PUPLHIini) DAILY AXD TUI WEEKLY.
I correspondent ': lately D31V, thug charges In.ll is too strong f.r exnggcrntion. undir the depieivng li.fliu-nee of the tinifl.
Considerably enlarged !
travelling through Italy, In which hlpeah.1. PAINTS OILS Truth, Is enough furldm ; vould that thero were no Tli" Mercnir( gives ilaily n polls of the Markets the Ibiino Mu iirinu h.r.'uc.Iln circulutlon beyond
of that beautiful country and its inhabitants dl-itlncllim I Wbil lie faithfully touches the vorat and Marine Intilll tni-e in ('Iarl'slol., and i any prexlmi year! A faet like tliU niedt no coin

as follows ; DYK STUFFS, AN!). i lees .c'uulcvr eel (that the censor Mnw,If mutt OXLlCltlOXX 10,000 l'hnrl..tll commcree In the h-ading srnporls of tlworl.l. I t"lt-l'rt'uk for iteell; nnd, .'e only remark ou
have euarso taito or prniltfUtliiia Inatinii. TlueSum1.iv Tin1 \t u'h.13' "Trie Cnrruit is made 'tmh'' lurMtimluug it, that It bus i neourufied u. In the work
I have had
grand: opportunity to observe Fancy Articles nflcrnixia leetures are "!,ermotus."nor Intendoil Loins a State J.urnl rathir wild muih cire. and tiom I lie iiioft r'.I"II..lrc. of pri pnrm;; a ina uine fur the Home of the people ,
tho Italians during tho six months uncut in II- will also PCUE AUTICLK of BISX to lie.. In Iheuihe IroPII.,. vilh atknovledtd 1- Hum ninntry should, unquvHionahly I.11.IJI.,11 I.., its ...1111111 with the ..\.Ilnlc.ll.r.. that, sloth come to both part-ills, and children al !

their State, and ns I wrote\oll Li-t "November ])Y. AVIXH Ac.kecpa ItOUUUT: fC(>Tf.Mirih e\il; hit still, \ "" ) tlu' eyes i.f(lie lnl'r.t reutfal Gill atmuiMe localIty. ; the Intent lntillencol'V!( rlh the rarlics .true and ut.Iconic irnd, more than anythiingthmuit
Sardiuh: is worthy of praise Why ? l, 1859. Cut pe,plf to the real natureuf I'lr..loo.rl ( ul.Ilnrtllln offers( advantages. In tlicsi 'Wi, news l I.y It.'nlw"fro, Europe.: I has nn 01,11 1,1 has oi-emred 4nee the Initial wrut forth.
It not so much in the fact that Victor -- n i i-". and .!""lug wlallt pnlli'iiLir: to any other placi. wi accomplished corri>poiident In l.ollon. (n gentleman (Illr ma':azliii' \I continue under the Mme editorial
Alnanuel 1rl'C n-ilumid of t th. 0" < nor charzealde 1'\r have .1. .'rmll"l. through I the Influence of ,mimljir eonniitdl ,111 i III lJl'.l" ; staff' of the London ''|'r\I-h. 1 ef.ur.atiti it. pnites' eoutlaa
hgiven: them 1 constitution, JOSEPH M mm\\ wllh'n .mllg| lol.t nwny wllhlhciniprewiou lens frii'iids AI"Ill.ln.lt1pnl of the ftult. to re- Tinun) ,". r, I"I' (Currespondeiiti In New to I.e l.irn"'h'.1.,1'/ r".llh" editur 011
but bec"Wo ho is an enlightened 10n\rc.h: ,, ,. that IUI>'III\.Ihllllo n.hllot the Uii dtnu mlvr tour .mco th.t ; h"nt. the -t mini y.rk. Wu'IIII.n. 1W.I.t, and I H,iv'ana.' l Inuutoiuttiiy ir writers ; I i aid Inthet.irk ple r.* .
has driven out tho Jesuits, restricted, the of heaven, 1* the. to be 1ht. In Mr. I'erof I lie new scrtc 1.1 I 185'J! will h,1, rl'OI NI ) Voik Ka-hioti and w .'I.\. Ing a pirlod'nal" which .1..IIIt.llu meet 1 J
prerogatives of the priests, and opened tho 'Wellington mock Dliing-Colcr! ( of lirovn we II\'c I man \'ho. we jii.Ve canafford that point cathy In January iutuiuli( m/otgc. letters t on life \Vanlilnutini lire i..nuuI Unit mi .II" \01\has .( broadly tn

door wide to Protestants, from his Second and Mulberry :l'eet",) to go w here any classes of 00.1.croalnrosarcdomesticated toother with other Iniprovinii'iitn. (tons Iii fivor of Io t'h nader Its notices tnrr'r. l.leollo: LI'rr)' IVpartment, there 1
own ', for Il' ttronft.ln.l strength( hisluolyJou.lly The Literary II'parllcnl w ill continue nnd>'rtin f..1 the Ccuticmnii: who ocu.tu.lost.tuluuml8 a b'r'tur"re1In C.I: Iuuhl.icr1,
funds in assisting them in building churches, ACON GEO. (/, .( .Kpertatar control' of our popular :.1I"r an I UditreM. Mr.I I lUc Mi'ieH' pusition timing the llcr.1 I A M< ,iTncn.V -
Ac., thereby bringing into his kingdom A copy of tlc I"uk. wih" splendid pi ft. will be .L. Vi-azey and Mrs. Mary :: Jr'un. dolli, ..r men of the South! tire JJerhuil"ll/,\ eornpre' .A : IrPArn::-

some of the best blood. of Italy. In thin Law, Uedcal, School and Miscellaneous 1"oi. po-4 paid upon the r.'rllt.C one did whom will reside In Atlanta.Her. hen> \ Allention I I.I.ll..of g.ntr 11ll'AIna'I.A :
lies tho lur hl"'I1' e lt,. Jno. A. Iteynold-i, PI R.) one of the ..taccomplUhod al conei'rn, I-rcll\hoe in r.r""I"" to tin Plan THE! I mu.. 'ntEA.rRY.
Tho secre. is not secular @ @Unbnk A Ir\ Catalogue of n.Miks and, Gifts, printers \, ( South will conllnucas tug and .% 'I"Hlluriul'r"I'\ aol tin* cuurreiit HINTS Hill HOUSEKEEPERS.. WIUK ; ,
Italy !
or political with Indnecnienfs! la"iMiK( bcsentficconapi our 111.1llr.With news of (hue day. Groat cani i Is uUen thnt ,,
oppression, it is prestly oppression.) BookStationorj-, Drawing >lcnlion.! Atr.AU.r.I,.. wi 1. advantages )location so central, shah appear in'lts columns whtih houd! be .1.111 AX EDITUKiAL DEPARTMENT.lidiulilu

Get rid of the latter and the peptilo would MVTP.iaAL.ile.( Jkt.fS"IH ruLI.I.c. and of "' crowing, linporlanee ns .\11,11. we ed from the \1,11' ilrel< Colored Fashion Plates and

be prosperous, the fctrects of %'illa'ges and orl..r promptly altindcd to. 1.10 Chistnut SI.Philadelphia.. hope topubliUn paper which .1.1 (a.le'"ut. to Tha : of tlicM ireury contUUln tll
Slay Sl$, 1859. lh. 18 the great .kmlnJ..C the e at of the Pi lu.nral'u- laid dow lu Fine Steel
cities ounl not, as now, throng with beg ly July : :( tcmpvrunce CIU. 11.1 principles party as n Engraving"
the tame supply the want of prominent LIterary the Yir'iata cd ICcntiul IT'.iSniu1V09
gars. Ncit to Sardinia Tuscany is |irojpcrous BRICK-LAYING AND ,)11. lu thu\ ,South.Many I -tins Sovenljjnty of J..IUliol.or, ; dmContrnUion beaMei an almost endless variety ot *
PLASTERING. : .t"I ,11111
; it is rarely you wi find I happier; .. .... .. .. TAKE THE CHEAPEST tends of lie, Crusader predict that Its *ul. of tbe'Feulu'ral '. '- l.y thfii. .llo.AVork I>.nUeru"I ,
be donMed dm in" the , (.. .u'uuuii'tut. t .\ nt of lie Free
people.Jsi : is tlio Host.Tfi9 \1 cnstti'hng :u. it t t'tatos;
Josoph O.MOWYBOELLO. .crpl.n.t ill coutinuv be .
WLt3r1cr, "ho:1" then visit weekly and Eiunoiiiuul: of If gh..n.Iu
to her is Naples, bad enough to be ) wi ItUI'II'n TI1.le. un .I"III.t"IIOI the
I To fully realize all Goiarul; [ti. I h the a ..rd, time II" Magazine all that It
belter Fthan tho IlomaiiStates. th""iI.h.m. IhI. "I roipiire '.I'III.'ul polKy union itlu sure, infinitely TESPUriFrLLY indi'nu the t. JefTcrIV lint a ullsht effort .the part of 011 r.'h'I.). Mali iu 1.11 HghU name implies; a hile IB .t j In of and
In those States the I Uomish Church Daily Evening Dispatch miltlllll'l
son that he continuestu Will effoitbe mo.ll hrotuuL.i1aruiectb.1 LCllh'l.f tjposraphy, It a ill not U uceede Ij
works its most baneful influence ; tho people curry 00.11.1j.lnileouula.l in iu branches, SuliHilption pi'ice f a. Our addros, after the first TERMS-Payable i Advance. any 5lJi.iizine"Ill kind In the ,.

arc without wealth or comfort, and and, would Oi bo pleased' /l portion of the rl'nUSlF.EVET.V EVEXIXC: ii1 of Dicvmlar will lio .Atlanta Ga.AH Diiil v,per annum, .. ., .: .. .. ,iio 00 The Mir To..n.nd will be pleased

manliness is sunk to its lowest ebb in all palroiiagc of the. public. Ornamental w oik done S. A. ATKINSON eommunlcutious should lie aJ.reMJ to '11.\\'ecll) ... .. .. .. ., .. ." : 0 to learn that sue .ill commence, in the ".nuR'
in as good sty le as can bo be.l by one SEI.rrorlll.r number,a new novel, entitled
Italy. Probably in this struggle tho Pope Ic.mll any will be famished as follows:
in the Entire Cubs "
will lose his temporal power, and tho case:1"t,(and work done on guaranteed Iniv.rv At t$ &,00per Annum. Fire of the Dailv. .. .. ....fjo 0 "roit nll Sec.'

ple will rise, but not to as high 1 level l'eo tSTHij ".tlle"las supeituU-nd reIU""II.II'rl'making andburning The Cheapest Taper in the South THE NE PLUS ULTRA OF Five copU'S t.f the .fll.W.lly.i .. .. f'NJ T.hiS contiuncd through .U or even number of I

tho places named.In of contains tho Latest General News : UVInolaliaos The name of 10 rruiu. .r Charli-ton willl Mazarine. Those .ho have read bet.
_. ] I ; So-1g .nl.'r.1 on our l ooL*, unless the payment of the Lk
MaySlst t-lj'y Out need not be reminded of the
__ __ contain! Ueliablo; : Cominercwl: Xeus; TiE 1'\lET : 11V SEWING THE IACmXJ.lxn'CJ'JEl I ".itl.i.I.L : I .: e.aha '!:,\ Nor: will! orders store for tluiu. pleasure tht.
tho ,
a stump speech out west, usual I contains all Ibo TclegraphiOT, News; OT I.. wiiuouitnei.iy 10 lu.11 Ailvirtistmints.
locality: I mdy orator recently got up before contains the Conurchsioiul News lXl'\C''IXO tOI'\XY. MarrLige notkes or tbituai'Ithe l attended to, un TERMS,

an assemblage ot his intelligent countrymen STORE HOUSE In ,.hort, it !is lalo up of New from; all M.1Jlie ,3:1 reglr.l"l'll DrlwI\.K.w the lurk.(.1114 i,fiVwin" less tlc each the, or au neeepti.Ue, City r"r'nncl. necouiwiy One copy f3 for one' year, f i;for Two copies for one Tear

and said, ? di'UM'd ioni( the flails nnd IhoWires 'Ilhlnlo. and all who I, are wli'iln, ulra" ,) | 01.1..1. Mumy Inu.\ always be fur. ; .II copies one jfur.ti
: I. All adJilionul
:For Snle.rpun Quaitcrti : fl ,: our ri-k in ( suWribcrs awn four at the sam.
"Sir, after much reflection, consideration, and through :largo number i't I' I Ma" /in.: ', wliivli I i. "csuj.abic| .f doing any Und .f r..1lt ima>trrs ri"'rc.ll..t.'r, to' net a. our rate,(hint I.,.1.2 per tiinnui. A\"her tvelr suit
and elimination I nave calmly deliberate rxi KitaiGxraj: PI'Ili: ron SALF S,1 i r Tailor and lluuuse-'aies, w'ith a satis A C'1 tilitalniu siibscribirsand scribers and (12 are sent, (begetter of club
furwurdinc theiii.it1) up
,, te
.1 f :
and tU. StOX-O lluue.adjtiltpgj. SPECICom.lODE:' .i. r r.r.\nkno".0h.u11 In.e nu tinuIn : will l lie to an ot th Mig
tho ustivu
ly, carefully, come to ctcnlin.tcQculonthat :1"101 !.1..f, he ; 11.11 "nJI; Paileubscriters, tIIII.d ai.nlonal copy
T"'I.h AI.1 .\Io.fn., give .. ,, hisliare witU .. tine. t wish tub
in cities where tho Y"i I su t'ue tri.we.iJy |", ..rurl.J.t ,h t
itiun lu.I'iw.
popti- t / lortiruisui-ph to it umti-riuladvantage I d1Mril.utiuug.s.intf.ur| I thiLntit oot-Li\| |>o> other N.-W with i' 'i iiuLvid will U-1ntitlid t. scribe make up
cry lrgetbcre are a greater UIIJcr j. T. iiroo, Selu; ludau Xci-i ing :llile., that .Patent Lever Watch(and t'\' or:, if nuiu. n .. ( elu.
\ p) ; tacitLy
) of men, children,than in c't-' Hurvlvinx;Partucrof tin laic firm of to (itor "und thee IJj.iulll btate, T,.\\e (hours body .vnlur) uccnpii tun irds a Lrpiue or of I .I.r.'rrclh..y for may their trouble and, p iu-riMil. Clubbing with other Jklagazines.

ics hero the population is I ks.. And I \VM. JJIII. JR. A I5EO in advance aii) 1 any "UI r I..IJ. rate. "al.l. lieu of the iitrn iItDI.| Home Magazine and Lady'i Book tune
10, 1859. meJul.0 tit
: whiuh
firmly believe there is not I man, union, M" r "mIKI --- lie" :Uehl.h Int.! .( 1.1. cud, looks Oust or South I'urolinn. no ]ia'n41n wlwkver it p'ar.' Cy.

ot IUJ, in all this val a.v>eiuLly, that hW The Wcciriyllisiiatcli; : bu rpH! | >iLPlUCi : iLrie. I 1lel caunul uutril to eollict debts due tu the ) .. }loma Magazine and IIarp r' Magazine one year,
-JonWOnt ._
tho ( :. -
\ ago ofCfty or upwards, but ; EVEKT nnIII.R" In thus StaW, Mr Samufl C. fiurgese I. :6. Book and
rVCUSIIED Tl'ESDAY, our liar
I In all regu numl .
has felt tliii mighty truth rolling, through 11..1.' .I"III"| re\ruro Mild Ian Goe1uJf.
Aienl tusks rolliitioiiiisnd
| new bus--' bKazlue. ou
0r One Dollar ami Fifty at a hundred 1.Ua.and t 1'I.ur. p.'rs -
his mind for centuries." ] c"Wl'} annum. SiniJmcns, of< sew Ins .ular.) Patent L..V. loses I.IIb.rP'k'O"' Let. ill w ho desire a gnu,MgaZ"l the present
) _ujlQULAn 'ru ('Inb. of rite, or Jlore, $1. t Iu I'blr.t.o. 1,. J.inu-s D. Uudds, rannvited jvar be SUM t.see a e"l' "rure for
I f..rwur.iedt.uiiuvpuut.t of the wbba
--.- 'awpte .
1 aC JtiauK 1otc.. "il L coun- whIm
our other
m letUh It toululi lulumni of Heading M.stter //1hil. of riguUtlv aUlhnrix..I.'U..tnr any pi-rloJkul-
tb 'hh'I-i& ; | th.receipt a '
xaowkglog: you 'ere len.- XjCtbOlEip ;1ns, and iu .'..JJii.> to the lu".llau.l) CviurulNi ; An tie an-I jivtaj. .twI i he want. w ho lisa full |I"''i i r I to r.<', ipt d-r luuin-v s now lu 4'isldrceut T. S. ARTHUR ifc CO..
Cope DOW boldupyourbes4 m of auJ hue 'I 1 in cu.-rgi r.IIIIt. 111.' pajwr.' II.i I.I'onlrart ( Cut lire ImVintM.ulnHI. .
W4 l'k. 'w'r'II in \Ulo'! et luau ami : U b("ti,.- ; ., ., "I S2J Walnut PbUadelphia.153NOY .
tbora. Jf f. will hays t con< 1 .oul. wl!lel""and 4ij.etih| at ill, i rr1lanlon'rthti, 3 ..itl> Orie-iu.l uinl .t. ...t TalL I, ,.1. .11.1 with ihi ;I. i l4t." ,1 '! I I c' T .1 ,.ur-lu. t\ iiill ui thii .ar I M RSPUSLIO.f .
.1" ., 'i;, P.v d.ili'g, tliwiUuvfu* htu
of tb d V" J'o-trv k li. w.ei I Tb In i 'I. 'd..1 of ni' rh.itit-whuh t, \ r
ag yoii4bi ke rc o of the Family! Frivuil iu-i. '' 111 '" I, "\j I < .|I' > -y' 'ti ..I ion. .luhi'Uut to Hi rroiL-iil i I:. L,, Atliaou, CdKer.
Journal e imeod- :-'D ,. A Literary and Politic ITewsppcr. pnblishtj'klv
4 pO 0'i: .0 '41. (0 I 1 pr ;
mfnt.-EPOIJIP TCa. G ''nE? (IK Wit iu the ourbot Town of Quiaty. Oe-
'f rintv .ur.j" Jf f 3 er nnn--