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The Florida peninsular
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1861
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013373
oclc - 11286473
notis - AKK0726
lccn - sn 84027568
System ID: UF00079921:00224
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Preceded by: Tampa herald

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.. ." t \lU .; r: >c- per be n citizen of'iho'Conf tleate States",' '11.The President mayapprovef 'IIi case*pf rebellion'orunfatJon.oX(the public [ 'xpVplongo5ng f' eK for the iniproveinent ..' yi '.

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_. 1 't-ft.. '1I.'O'ri' I .- CALtOF: PICEI4rnrpe :' habitant; .:the State. for'winch.be shall be any Other appropriation in the MmV ,bill. 4. No bill of attainder apostfzctoenyiDginpiting byisaid "aeLU l but such dutl" 2

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., : 'to 'Fu P. --.r jjjj A1tfftla l: 4. Ti>e.,Vice President of the Confeiler- designaJo_the appropriation cli* pproved ; property in:negroJ'TMi shah .be pu- I I fedetate'Staler with f foreign natiou+', and : J

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: '. in the write of the Vice Ire..I i Unt President.] 0. ?Jo tar dr duty thai! k laid art. State with j i
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......aICUo. ..',Law. I T 'year..,..,.. %..-... 1200 the coBcurrenee of both UOUIesnia of two-third of. .
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'. 'JJ, 1l ,- .I1c." C1l ..' S'' .''. I 1'M _.....:....:... .... *v VV t to try all impe ibrnents.iiea titling adjournintht) shall be presented I to the ieguUtiott of commerce or .revenue, ( to the river divides, or .flow* through two jor .. ,.' ,."' -" :i

.' Tsptr'urid.Je 4 t. .......,..... .... $000-r for that purport y thai! be on oath orsrmatioa. PresiJent of the Confederate States; and port of one Stale over those another. 'more State, they,ma) enter into compact .< .;'e S ;d

: ; ".C.OA.7r.LU* Sp. IA.fj ieolotnit_ 1_ ...,v........... .. 40QOI When the President of tbe before the same shall lake effect shall be 8.. No money,'shall be drawn from the with each other to improve lbs navigation 5 r 4 ,

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r. c..J.. I- / s 6000 Confederate Slate is tried Ibe Chief Juv approved by ; being disapproved treasury, consequence pf,appropriation thereof"] a .
I 'N 1; *- ..,......... .,10000 tice shall preiJeY.and: no'.person shall be by twlhirds ,gt) both Houses According made by !a. ; and a regular state ARTICLE t S -I .

. DR14O-HN P cRIcwrO&,-Estate aR l Legal. Notices tol. charged, cuUTtcted without the concurrence of two to the rules an T limitation! prescribed in ment'and nccouul of.the receipts and) expenditure 'aCT10)t -' .
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. :' .: ttkczrEMAEftLyLocLTth I. I tL '. '.u raasettAderti.thenta,* thirds of the members. present* caso. f A.bill. of all public money shall be ,1.1. t i.
7? .tl T&m pste.pectkPj-oer.bi. Fr..io..1 ,.ttet "botie. _of DlsmiuIoi.u, Ad' '7. Judgment'in cass of impencliment :0&ECTIOS"8.. published from'lime to time. 1. .Theexwu'tive'powerv veiled

r.. ,. yLes to t.b.'IhabtsLsut. .tbi. ,pLtJ. ,* d., :. rainistrator I. for which the charge shall not extend further jhfcn removal from ,The Congress hall have power [9. .Congress ball appropriate no in a President of the Confederate State ,t '

I .... ;. .. .ualDIt..t.r'dr 011 'f" 1'nhr. :. .Otlt t fioalf. ,..' VUtllc'#.4.s>*\. fji .4...:. .... 10..00 office, and disqualification to bold and enjoy 1. 'To lay collect taxi-*,,duties, imposts. ey fiom the trensuty exe.pby a s mon'l' of America.. )He. and. the Vics-Preident t' ''f
,f't.- .pa-S\rM, -t' '... ADaocncenent' Candidates........:.5 00 j any office of honor, trust or.profit, un- I nnd e&ikrs, for revenue oerenary to pay two-third of both Houses, taken by yea shall hold their offices for the term of six s. -3 h
I) : or..x..JtJI t. .. 17.r.. dar thin Conftderute Stales but the : and ;unless it be asked and estimatedfor Hut the President shall not ta reeligible. I
I :- Advertisements Jianded.la Jor publication,not ; party Ute M.lr, provide Cur the common defence, nays years:l[ iij
lc \ "-' :- specifying the number of in crtioD. to bputlished coni\ed..hall, nevertheltis l te liable and and carry.on the Government bf the Confederate by some neo( lia hea.ds.of. Depart* :] The.e. dePt and. Y.i:o l' eai.' -

f:( : KEjjl AL. .ARD.. ; till forbid and charged in aeeorJ subject to indictini-nt trial, jmJghicnt: and States ; but po l usines\shull: be meat, and submitted to Congrc&s by .the dent shall be.cle ted a* follow: ,. :.: 4'
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anee witlt aLove &. ', punishment nccOrdmg to lawf6ICTIOX granted from the treasury ; nor shall President! ; or for the purpose of paying i its 2. Each State shall appoint, ia uclT- I' '

;.t.- I ,t i"'II.H' '1f r 4. _' any duties or taxes on impo.tAlioorom own expense* and contingencies: .or forh manner a* Ibo legislature.ther) ot ml1 djreot -, '. :

;. -.. rt p "t .I14U11" ; 1. The, times places and manner of ho!-' foreign"i nations be laid to promote or foster : t payment .of-.claim*. against tho Confederate a number. ofel.etors 'equals the \ft.' '. G .. .,.
t... } THE D 'Br "IJft11 hari 1I CONSTITUTION ding "Iet"tion.Jr Senators and Rfpresoptalire any branch uf industry} ; and nil dutif'lI)\im. States, thejusiire M which .shall I whole number of Senator aDd Represent f* > .
1,4 ...t.aI,. .1t .* -posts an'd excises! shall be uniform throb have been judicially declared by n tribunalfor tatives to which the Stale maybe entitled ** ...! .
:: 1i' ._- ;% !OF TUB *, .h.ll I. prescribed .i iii "rlStt li-" i \ ; -. .
; z. .i. .. t..wiU'" at! eII"Dr.r !. by the Ifgiklature thereof. subject loatheprovitions ou\tin Confederate) States. S. the fnvekligntion ofxfUim* against the I in tho Congress ; but,no'Senator; or Rep- .
Dra. .et.uJ Lr t .otherw-.' Cocfeder&thStateaof AmerltJ a. Government ,whlrh itherehv the office-of( -
: the Constitution l the H. To orromODtl on the credit mao resenUttve, or person holding an
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oa" w Mthfriitc'. Con fed rule State \July of Cougiv*!*to Establish.] under the Confederate Slates .of 7" .'
:- ,. trust or profit .
;- Congress ai time )law nmk '
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\\'I, the people of tbo Confederate ijiny, any by .
.t1n.t.!.ii'h1. e.. 3. To regulate with \ 10. [All Lilt appropriating[ money s\ml\ | shaN bo an elector. I'' '
; --DtI. 1i"CIli : or alter such to the rom'meroe foreign appointed .
.. State*, tatk State acting in ?/, .o trrjln ngulnlions, ezi-t-pl as .. .
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in fe Urhl& .
t .. "lft.et.b.1'"fl. nation, and am6ig the evernl Slates. slkcif.v ,currency the -exactamount" shall in their .. '
FTawpayeaw. .iu/. 'in order times and places of choosing SonMoro. 3. The electors meet respective I
to clIltpnltnlirodtr., to
9iciait1.-"J1a' ')..\,s- OWttrics form 'rAaaoatltdiral raf vrrunent..ei.taI.Iiilt 2. The Congress shall jtwemMe'nt Ica-l with lhe'InJi Trills ; [but neither "n.1"1 i>f each appropriation, and thupuipVos State and vot. by"ballot for Presij .#, ;J -
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t1aprac which it is made and) Con-
'A &a.41otr..Uaalt. 1cu' .f Vt'D1tQ .d justice, ivue dom*..tw tranquilily once in! every year. and such meetings nor nny otlier-olau contained in the r ; j dent. n.1'i e Piesident one of whom at ::; v: '. --Co' ;
4.. etdN..4 .iliItrfuivetWatfc._ 1 11 qu&114'. and -cure the blessings' of liberty to our. bHI l be on lli flrt Mon.Jny Dciemlr. I slitution;; shall ever l loe construed I lo d.le-i gre.s ,I"!! grant no extra compensation to i l least; thall no.V be an inhabUant of llrt. ":' .a '

:)- : lo..t.hat4J..bo me" wlvrs! anVi our pojtenty-[ill fokillg Ihe fnVor unlvM they shall! by law, nppouil;; R ditT r. gatoMhe power to Onurcss to appropriateI I Iiiwneftorsnv :any public cont'x.clor oflicer, ngent or same State withitienselvs; they shall t..
aLk.rkci.- I vanti KAt such service
: a..tb4 apply ( internal l in .er r rendered.] -1 .
T msy t"111.Jp'. improvement naiue in their ballot the person voted for
1\\rio pnrchueI all t.h1t aides& fornerly and. guidance Almighty Gdj]-do tended fncilitate! I L 11.I NoNiile of nobility shall bo -
.f' to commerce fo grai ballot the tIP.. :
; ordain and establish this constitution for ; ; t-xeept 'Jai evident, and in distinct .
ovaabyD4-jJ.lyintbeI1t1stoJeJn. 5 '
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bECTION ; of furni. ted by I iLJ.' tM. Slat** : and no "
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J )" t.siILoaeruqan7 atoel" or J Del. Ib* ContviirateSLitts of America. 1 ptirpoi j l'erM>n vot4'f a President : ;
: tI..l&rply ..'.... .;* .ta "sIno. bti' 1. EM'I Hou fl ,h..n'IH'11141! ju-lje' of t buoy*, and.oilier "i. to navigntion \: person holding any c-fljce Of pr"\ or t trust they_khall make distinct lists of all persons '
-; ..ct.l .h..u. & -. ARTICLE I. ] the flection returns- and) qnilifiations of 1l1n. :.the rohsts, and the improvement of !j I under them sh\II, without the consent of I vj'Uj fur president and of all pertoasvotwl "... ) '

.t ._ : "' yBUACU' Kcnos 1. iu own erl'lInd, a nijoritr of caihshall anti tin. removing of ol"t ruction, Congrts. Hcce\| of any .present, emoluments -. for as View President and of the -. 4titiiler -

: ; T.nr a.'Jve\lMa. _I- Alft legislative Mervin delegatedisU'tei conMiluti a quorum to ,tin l>ti.?n>M' in rivjr'pafigHtion, in all whicheas.s, office or tiUtf I of any king prince orforuun ,. of .Yo.1 rQt tacb.chJjLtjie"shah :

$ : vested in power a' O\rgreM tf thvConfederate :'but H ,nalier] numlwr 'm"r- k
., 'F.YLOi'D1 lIt Y'. Slate, whih shall consist' of a : day to day, .n.1 l may l 1.1' riiiilmnz. } to con:' facilitated; Ih"rf'hMil may' be iie.-(.. )iry 'to 1 I 12. CoiigresAShv] mki no law respect j to the government of the Confederate, ., -
pel the nltt-ndanra oCnl>fent ,ineinWr in 1 1 (he cost and i i I I ling i : nn e"iM.i) -l-inenV\of religion or '
1 41\f'rt'pf:1] pro .
2 jjy1tETT1flEET, .. S n.te and Ilouse of Representative pay i Slates, directed to the President of the ..
surli niHnn.r w.1 l nn<)lt>r nii-h ]'cn-tltics nd.h 1 1 4. To establish uniform laws of nadiraliztioii. I j: liil'iling the fie ex\rciso thereof; orjibiidging Senate; the President of the Senateshall, .
tin MdML'ut Metting. ITo,.) SECTION 2. 1 lI.iti'e and uniform law the fieedom' oF ,'II. or of .the
; (year mil} proviilfl. on tlu 4fl1.j.-('( >"pc in the of the St-nate and House .
.-'. -TAMPFLORfD.4..- 1. The Ilouse of Representative* 1111,11. 2. Each. II,'uvs mar ijrermln! <> tli. rul.!! ,-of bahkrupirief t ii ughnnt the Ci-nf-der prev. ; or the right' (.( p?oV|I. peacrabfr of Repreienlalivcs.presence all tile certificate*. .,J r .,
open .
4 Trflre&4lY .;4: C.\e. be, composed of members choli"n1
ot.recUoaan; 4 DI.eutt .seCon! year by the people of the several d'soidt-rl) L-ohavtor.-! rnnruri i .Jj"rltl\r! any dbl contraclt-d bi-r.ro the ie>'1re*" of grievances. \ |person having the greatest number of vole i I'
Fu. &. .. Slates; and tho electors in"cah State hall i reno of two third, !* of tIll whole, numlt'f.I J i, pa.agi: of the ",me.] j 13. 'A wll regulate l militik being nee- fur President slull be the President if .

l-'oGr--holeH1. And r UlLJOUS be rilizitns of the Confederate States, and I "sJ1P1 II nwrnl..r.I 5. To coin mon -r, regulate the value j essary lo th. security of a fr e\State, the such number U A majority of the whole '

C.u.tr1 orkra 1'1'111 a\.t.eDc1e to, have the qualifications requisite for 'electors I 3. E"ch l lloue ,fhnll lcep II jnrn 1 of : ihnxif and) of foreign coin and fix the right/ of the people to keep and'year amisl numtarof electors and Sf-oo .
tr appointed ; _
--d ,F. F.L'tTCIlEIl. of the l most numerous brunch of the r itt )juoivedinc.. and I from lim*> In limp publih I stNnd.ird' of weight"and meavire*. 'I l ,liMll not l IH infl, .d.. V have such then from the person
majority,
., '* Scite L"< but; of enr..iiQ 'h. -ni1l' '! 14. X.t soMier shill, in time ; per- .
'p' et1,4e.- : i fl-11. Mature ; [ no )jMrson PXiptinc' i. -b pirt* n* m"y 0. -provide for the punishment t'fcounteifeiting of.paceti t sons having the highest numbers notex- -
: birth not a citizen of the ,(.d.'te lliMr llw ..tiriti.. \ quxrlered in house without th\ ,
tin jinljjnw'ni require t 'i'rerV. Oil) the a. and current any con. cecdinjr three.on the list of those voted for.. _
: -if"PT. .. I liEn:.' J 'ltLIsn.T State*, shall! be allowed to vote for any .:fficer. ;[".. \I.i) nay of jhit niemliers' of either (,.in of the Confederate Slates. :'lIt'of the owr.er; nor .in lima of\ ar, President the llou-w of Representatives; "% -

_._ t' : civil I or political.State FeJ1'r..Q 1((1')11.4'. on An\ qIJ4tiflfl4 IIoI .II. at the .tiacire : 7. To t\t.li"h! li po t office* and J pot but in a manner to be prescribed by '.. shall .choose immediately, by ballot the .

: r KENNEDY'DARLING. 2. Xo person shall be a Representative, .)f one-fif'h of those present, l>e entered on routes ; [hut ll.o tXvnsof| tha Pot office j 15. The right of the people to l 110 secure President. Hut itfchooMug this President -

I HOLEJUEitETCorntt IlL IEICIIITI who shall not have attained the age of II I ibe t jOIl rnll 1. I.t I. Department aft..r 't1se fir't day l of Mutch !: '. in their perton, house, papers antX the votes shull be taken by States, the rep.! -
otFTEn ..it1ilit.Stl'td twenty fir* year, and be a citizen of the i : in the of our Lord eighteen hundred effects agHin'st unreifeonnble searches and "
of Tampa t 4. Neither! lI..no(. during Ihe se'.ion ofCongre year j i Wseotalion from each St3te having cap .
} 'TAbA TLo1bA. Confederate Slates, and. who shnll not. t s. Jh'nll. wjilnut the oncent of the' and 6ixI y.tlrlt', shall be paid out of ItA own sl'izurf'I'.lIhall not l.o violated; and) no war- f role; a quotum for this purpose shaJJ consist '
: when elected )be an inhabitant bf tha f rvienue* :] rants shah be issued but upon probable cau. t
thf aate-o r& *II-jwil bIODf3Ue.fI other adjourn for more than three davs.r I of a member or members from two
: .A uJ.sela.inly 1IJ'O"SAc..a'f.Itve.Y e.liaU State i in .which,be shall' be rboMfn. ,. : 4 r lo any oiW, place than that i in which 8: To promote the progress of science 'supported by oath or affirmation and plr'l j' thirds of tbe Stale, and a majority of,.ail -
tesinuli4 keep for sate jipwwl .' t.or 3:: Representatives and Din A 1:1111' t lie two Houses fhall be sitting. and useful nil*, by securing for limited liculitily describing the ,place to be the States shall! be necessary to a choice. .
auorkd lltrchaadin.&IIel NIqS4fUI17 'ititeLU shall lie apportioned l among the \everal > I| times to itt hors :ind inventor the exclusive ed and the person or things to loe seized. ; And i iXlhe House of shall I
wh. wad, cheap .L rgaia.to i aU ..cies- Slates, which may be included in tiiiirC >nederacy. SUCTION 6. I right lo their respective writing and ': 16. Xo person sh,1I1..e held to answer Representatives : -,
;- .,.I'll UJ-re >%wreh I.f', Js.wbere Dowoffer,. The / .- according to ilwlr repef5vnumber 1. The Senator and Representativesshall discoveries : 'for a capital or otherwise infamous crime not choose President, whenever the right .
..:.r.tom poa rWchwe sasI U ; of choice shall devolve upon them before (
crf..aP win.ca\de 01 to 11I&' a ieryiuatrinlpliUL. *, which abel lie 'determined ny I Iadiasrlhe receive n compensation for t liter services -i 0. To constitute tribunals! inferior to the 'unless on'A presentment or indictment ofa the fourth of March next following '
: feNctJ'frold .' T..r.trfn.l4' we whole number of free persons to bo ascertain] bv' ,laws; and paid '; Siipren'e CiMirt: !j' grand jury except in cases arising in then the'ice day President shall! act President .
as
fail sader gre4: blip\i fur favor ractl veil, including those bound to serve for a term 1 i nut of lie treasury of the Confederate i I 10. To tli-fine and punish piracies andi )land or naval forces, or' in the militia, when .
aM ebal1 be hqpy to co.UII" to 8I-rJ'lf) them eloaatOdkyL of year, and excluding Indians not'tned. i I :. Atell. They shall' in all cas'\. except 1 felonies coinmiUod'on: the high sea, and t 'in actual 1 service, iu time of war or }public as in rate of death President.pr otber constitutional -
aocoeou of the
a ear termL. ;311 EENDY'oar torr.st: J ARLISO.'Taalr' : and three-fifths of all I'111nl.I The "actual treason, and broach of tb. peace be priv-j I I offences agfcinn the law of nations : j jI danger ; nor half any person be subject disability
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1"I..1\OY 2IL 1UL 24f, i enumeration shnl! b* made within three j HepMj 1 from arre'l during their attendance I 11. To declare war, grant letters of J for the samo offence to be twice: put injeopardy | 4. The person'having the greatest Bum I IJ

years after the meeting of the Congress of :at th\5.i.iiifl of their respective Houses ;j marque and reprisal and make rules con- :j j j of life or limb ; nor be compelled, ( l her of votes Vice-President ball be th. .

': EOt1'p &c.10 the Confederate State,and within every and in Voinjf to and returning from ,the j. ceiuing captures on land and water : in any criminal! ease, to he a wilnes against i Vice President. if such number be a majority .

:, *a.beqnentterm of ten'years.in such JJun.I il I same : and I for any speech or debate! in eijiher 1 I 12. To raise and support armies ; but no himself ; nor be deprived of life, liberty, of the whole number of electors appointed

I ner as .they shall, by law, direct. The II(insV they shall not be questioned' I i j I appropriation[ of money to that use shall or property without duo process of I.tw ; ; and i if no person have a majority, ,
TLTIU.. ,' nR CaW At.t Oft ltanl (ud number (,r Representatives shall not ex- in any othe41ace. !i: be for a longer term than Iwo years : nor shall private property be token for then from the two higke&t numbers on the t
JH/I t'Oftt..tJ.r ;.i. .Il't'fh"Ma1i per L reed for XoSena\or I > without l\tion. j. list the Senator shall choose the Vice President *
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:II.H 4hzuer frvta ,S ew_Ortraut). ekuic H-. one every fifty th'ni.hat_ each 2. or Representative shall j 13. To provide and maintain: a navy : i public ui< just comren .
: lection T ; -i--icoNcr1p11ir..: State fclmll hav at 'least one Representative; during the tim\ for Chirh be was elected I. I i 14. To make rules? for government and 17. In nil criminal prosecution, the ; a quorum for the purpose shall consist '
r { arid Until such enumeration shaM b* made be appointed to Any civil office under the ', regulation of the land and naval forces. accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy j of two-thirds of the whole number of

: -,.. -' [[the State of South Cro1inathaI I'| be 'entitled antbority tbft Confederate State, which ,, 15. To providelor calling forth the militia and public triiil!, by an impartial jury of 'I|. Senators, and a majority of the whole' .

',- hit. lWa' or lo choose six-ibe St'iIeo' ( Georgia; shall have been created, or the emoluments i to execute the laws of the Confederate the ?tato and district wherein the crime j.I number shall be necessary to a choice. _

L."-tQtTok.$'(. l-n-The.'Stale of Alabama nine-the whereof hall 'have I>en increased..t.1urinu States 'upi'ress.insurrection*, and repel shall have been committed, which district II I I i I 5. But no person constitutionally ineUigibhj'to ; -
tli M l> :;and Mh< g.heU Whr.",, Cog- Slat* of'Floridawo-the) State or Mia i.- h lime; and no person holding nnv office \I invasions'. *' shall have been previously ascertaned by 1'I i the office of President shall be '

.aellraa.",:.lIetUiid Oln. Yiaegrar. Ate, I'or- sippi HY"n-tlte State o.f Louisiana six- under tile Confederata State shall be i I 1C. To provide for organizing, arming. law, and to be informed of the nature and i j!I eligible to that of Vice-President of the :.., -
.d | Water and then J1. -
lee; m c Symp by and tie State of member of either IIon hi and and of tho accusation I Confederate States. : '. I It
'11 litr' 'Of 6iL..leaf.aD.Ju. Texas six.] !eidoring con- J disciplining the militia, and) governing cause : ; to be confronted '
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;:, Dt.: i. \Vlin' vacancies happen in the representation tinuance in oQice. [But CongrcM mar. I' such pail of them as may be employed in with the witnesses in his favor; :;,Ii 8. The Congress may determine the time .. J" .

.: T O'2tA CCC ; rom any State, the executive by lew. grant to the principal, cffioer in I| the service of the Confederate States resj and to have the assistance of counsel for :j I of chooing the electors, and the day on -.

-- ...1oi-o. authoriir thereof, shall issue writs of election each of the Executive Departrn\nts a seat j I I pectively, the' appointment of the. officers, Im .h:( nce. I I, which they shall give their votes ; which .

S GARSat. :* PIPES, to fill such vacancies. upon the floor of either House, Vi'h! the I j and the authority of training the militia 18. In suit at common law where the i j i day shall .k the same: throughout the Confederate \
;; : 5. The House of Representative* shall) privilege of dUccwing any measures appertaining according to the discipline prescribed by value in his controversy shall exceed twenty ', States. -
for-eash
f rv :aasrsior.A1hr! :%Wel-firrt will door 6e wit. L.P G., .CojaeeTf choose their Speaker and other officers ; to his department.] \ j Congri'M : I doUrs, the right of trial by jury shall j: 7. Xo person except a natural born cit. '
4 ra3a ksen Street. and ball hare the sole power of impeach SECTION 7. I 17. To exercise exclusive legislation in I be preserved ; and no fact so tried by a ju-1 I I i izen of the Confederate State, or a eitilen. ,

,! iIe Sel"11&0. .t7.IJ ment ; [except that any judicial or other! :1. AIL bills for raising revenue lla I I all casts whatsoever over such district (not ry shall be otherwise re-examined in any thereof' at the time of thu adoption of .

: ". r federal officer resident and acting solely Qrfgir.ale in the 1I0u'e of Repre.entatives ; exceeding-ten miles square) as may, by court of the Confederacy, than according this Constitution, [or a citizen th.rf'orborn '
.the. Cubaa:MefisonperfMdiBUtreeUnjiaforma. within the limit of any Slate, may be impeached but the Senate propose or concur J\session of oneor more State and, the ac- to the rules! of the common law ,: in the United States prior to tile 20th of
may
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'ftY4u44ei; i. eM ZiiiZuJ. A.-, t y n vote of two-thirds\ of bolh with amendments as on other bills. !j I Ifc. cfcptance of Congress, become the seat of 10. Excessive bail shall not be required. i: December. 1800] shall be eligible lo the ,
". branches of the thereof. ihcsGovernnieiit of the Confederate States neither shall <,
pii&r.AaJ ; Jiueiia1Coe.OXTLflc8 ; Legilature ] ; nor excessive fines impoednor cruel and office of President ; any per- .
SECTIO* 3. Every bill which shall have passed! i and eereie1Jike authority overall pin uuu ual punishment inflicted. i i; son be eligible to that, office who shall not ,
IrDetsi both Houses, shall before it becomes a j eel pu\cha!ed b; the content of the legislature 20. : law resolution the I|I have attained the of thirty-five years
age
UTbe [Every or having ,
Senate of Confederate I
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U Stat.uth"n
V tiesiatMWt U. Wand rf.Cob* il the law, be presented to the President of the oXlhe State
I j in which the same shall force of laws shall relate to but sub- and t been fourteen years a resident within
B4eU.C miBenial 1NAllbliahed be composed of Senators" from one ,
,4 two Confderal Stale if be lie
Soil & ; UI. ..'&dT*rtJ.wg,B. Iy.lb leg. "
for'aU .&rintbd have buin. M odn. fslalarc years shall' sign it; but if not. he shall) return it.,'; setial I". dockyard*, and other needful LII:.I. tie.] 'I they may exist at L f. of I his election.1 ,
thereof at (he regular ttttion nett I with bill objej-lions to that House in which \ .
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q.s 'WkIa..C."iJ.lL.k- dings : .L- 1: 8. In case of the removal of the PresiI 1 \
I immediately preceding the. eommene men1 :\ It shall have: who shall enter 8ECTIOJ 10. '
..k, Ut wflis1ert1rappsriarorIgbt otigihlltetl, 18. To make\ all ,laws which .
I tiite *meeti,and eve oReaer wtea.eirtum- *f the term of tervice; and each Senator ': the objections at large on their journal and shall beneee4ary 1. No State thall enter into any treaty. I'I dent from office or of his death, resignation
ftl4t11rt 1t.r.1"'" ;,. 'It. ', ball liave one vote.2p .- piper to carry into execn- .or inability: to di.cbarg. the powers t '
.ee.s3Al7 reconsider it. If after of
I and to allimice cunfederalion! 1 letters ,
proceed lion the or
foregoing\nowers ; grant I
; 8.-z i.u ODI3UZ.U; zii.isM I i and all other f and Julies of the said office, like lena 51111devolve .
-f tr..rMbflL, ,A4vaIm .L.&Jae Ua1pb:1 Tnynedialely. after, thfy shall l ltt a*. inch. reconsideration two-third" of that| powers vested by thts Constitution in the marqitv and and reprisal ; toil money ; the Vice President ? and 10. 1
.. & : .f:; ; Af"-'. tem !tta.in* consequence of the firni .lectionih5r House shall agree to pass the) jll.'it. shall \i governmnt of the Confederate Slates or mnke anything but gold and silver coin a on law provide for lbt 54i
fPtf by '
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Ia c) ialr i be the the bill _Congress may *_
4 U divided as, equally IU'I sent together with objection to i in any department or oflices thereof.i tender in pnymenl of d .bts ; pass any death inability
.nGD. 'i 'If t 4l4L' may.be Into three. eus.s.. The souls ,of i other Il: use, by wjiiuli it shall likewise be of attainder, or expostjacto law. or law case of removal of the President resignation and or Vice
d the Sec n of the first elate shall t reconsidered and if approved by Iwo- I ICTI0\ I impairing the obligation of contracts; or both
". "torcir.Z. caUd:aYthe! expiration the second thirds of that home, it shall .become a i t 1.. The !importation ofneffroet of the I gr"nt any tithe of nobility. President! declaring what officer shall! then

&.- .rr.-f.' rai.,aPta the .of.lh second class I .at.the law. Jut! in AU such cases the vote of| Afrlran race from any :r reiW: country 2. N> State thall without the consent act as President and such officer shall act

4 !,0.. ".&... oI..A iv.ui4.e, dI th.'fourth year".'and of the third loe"a'.1'\"a'.1' both House shall be terminated by yeas other than the SlareholJinylatei or of I the Congress, Uy any imposts imports I accordingly I until shall the be disability elected. be removed .

-4'" -41. G. LELT r'n. : expiration of six years ; so and nays, and the names of the perronsvotinrfor I Territle; 0th, United* StaUt;of Amtrlea I II exports, except what may be absolutely ; or a President'

Fet.1UI.. .'.2m. thircrm."l every second ; and !gain.t; tb* biK ib.V.l! te. enw is Jttrely forbiJ-Jfn ; uiJ\f\ Ctsstt: for executing iu iuspectioii 1.11I I (CoattnvtJ tin Jcr' JI,::,.) t tS


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I th Confederate.fjjifttes the lawsthereof (2. '. S WASHINGTONNEWS.I nominations .ere.,receiyed *
'rt4iire_ ttrbis; seiriws a compensation lawfully into this ron'titutionv\n'thetn. : .nner Ufofe pre It wns'our good Torture, in 0fn4l1f.i1J : J :
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which shall nmhcrlw increased noiinjn.t another, shall.in consequence of any law specified, tlie Congress under lbe>riom-: a large number'of our citizens [ -;. rancisdams tMuiebaeta
UneJ dating lbe.ptr1U1I l for which he, shall tonal Constitution shall prearril-e the time ., .. '
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ort iament yic Prcsident r*a'iJfor! ."lhemeelipf- School 1 Ceiefewtion goifen up forahe. .en: ,
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: .fromJlh lConWerrtlrSiate: i'or' : ; o.r.t6. .wham] luctl.serriceoroft'the-. ., the.,.Electoral.College;J. a"ai) for:' 'counting courgintibt.1be: pttpilnof!! -.t,luej ME.atjThzerctses, 1a1:tho:ordertor iuvnrrende? has been of Ver 1t; t tF.r .

,.. .% ... .): vfeMr c e ,,ws4r 'ral! ) -1 (/ the>ote t jfcnJ"inangufatinjf the PrewJ nU ata W Scu&r of (bi! firen,mif of Kersi. that, :-it bt'i't{ NolwlthManilinj IT. 8. 1t3ft.r ,' '] key f S 4VatOn
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r! tm I1)r ii f;;r thtt4t nn 1 lfi irl' : ( emlling the same. Until thsa m- ." -The'dlnDer' was also well-tuned. ; f" I of iheso tLit5fuis'ttjns far bein coafirnred.DWft$ -

.'. 1ritt fathrnUyxecute I offici"of Prest. vkoU='llott of.RepfestnialireJ? 'and tteo* J Wing ofxfucb.Congres$ Jhe.ConpTfis.anderthe .c ... 'cclebraiiorTcame fc' -J> :T"A.CA&XKCT 'UKCnK! e ,W-TT :}o. T Comft -

': :, S' It-'de t t!ltr6ner ieStaet7iwl i ;wHlo, thpAes :/, ii. 'Senate rotiny lyStatit Provisional Constitution shall'con" I"and' 'we'li/SppTecialeu! .. This Hie Cabinet held, prolonged N MK>ntoday the! Confederate Gorernment bare change/,

the 1sst rof ray Ability, preserve, protftt and :" ; but.no oewtSlate* hall l be form el 1' ;ly\ .:Jq .exerciaerlbo tl' ill1tiYe'fen,1,- off 'jesierdiiy 'and .ofc'pttlmost.r Ii is saidtrnltliQ Mexican nTiir( their poll) y. They do not now ff quire of

-_ i def nj the CO trtutivD\bereC/r.w: or eFected whLjn:ibjurisi3* eli of any granted them '" tot extending t beyond the I l the day. Our limited time and space formed tlw principal sobj.ct disctrsuon. expect an answer from the Adminsjtratior/ .

other State; nor any StAt be formed by time limited by the constitution of )the 1 "this affair Asa'resnlt. n Warer of despatches leaves on the subject cll ibro recognition far % .
:, from more
: 1t the junction of two'-or- more States or part PoviMunal Governieit1] I prevent noticing immediately! for the city of Mexico.ACOLHTOMSTS I week or tVn days Lt'DrfI. 1'- 1OT -

: :. i>Tb Prcs'hlent ::o"'mAn< .r- .of States. without-Ihe contentof the I legislatures Adopted,onatiimbu-lyMarcb. i I iJ i 8oi. : specifically, tesent..-* Ic fine, we will DdCS1gD.--j Governor Roman held Its first confirCrawford ,.

'.' ..: ,itfotflirmy And 11-1\\0\,11. Coiviff" I 'of the States concerned. well as our(onvrtiothat M more sticres ;, V- ,.-,r 11 J JArO T n- .witJr.ll 'OIJ II d"'thy-.A. ( /t

: .. I :- : L.sc.a .".4d_.;1U.i.orttIe. fthrC: nirt-.... .. ,- express ful celebration stimulated! a l.taJ- ft There is a.sore tro-ib!*, in the Abolijjon: and Forsytb, it ts .understood, 5-

-' ijWJtl! SLates,'when called J J intojhe c nAq.y fr 'nTbe! Congress shall bar- power to ills- THE 'FLORIDA FKUIB-( t never- I camp utj'th'AeH "t' %. eoar.\of\ t he coincided jatlb .policy of,vdl
. 3 *- JseryioB of ilfo..Confederate,States; he ,may poe of and make *!l needful rples and regulations .' ,able purpose or enhanced! the interests of Il'' Admuiutr'at'on.! You may look out 'for the ivue'cfnti the mlTtter'or 'Fort Sumter

i "reqmre 'H0. ** optnionj-ln writing, .oft the 1 S _concerning! the property of the Confederate t' paiiiiworthiy i in li ulion.I. IiqualLi before lon. shall b qntetly setlM,' aniTttie t l' Mir .

if .' : principal! officer in each of the Executivel State?, iaelediny tJiejondt there- 1 I. N. 'B.-A' we were' finable"to be pr s. WIUT TH* COUiMIOXHiS" .- DID. into the bands of, the Confederate Slates.-- '

.c >enarrQenls{ ;'upon ny.*ulject-rclating to- of. tent durir.g. 'the ,whole! of the' 'day.we will As soon as Seward'a note declining an This cowraei-s said 'to be panned at,.the.

it .' the duvfes'of tlieir respective, ,.offices"; ,and ARTICLE IV'. f iuleifiew wa rC'iet"ttn'l Mes.r!. Forsyty i instance Fre i,lent D .it. .

be snail.bare power to grant reprieve* and fI v kt't"a' J To-publish an account cf I tbe ever and Crawford, they'prepared a peremptorh> The Abolition Administration. is roundly1]!
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I. ; ,; 't. 'pardon for offences against Jthe Con fed*rati # pEcT1xI.tJs4credit. cises'4yone r the pct4jUor Who will demAnd for rt'\ itiol'. .* abused by trit'ndund foes Lincoln*fs m>* .. .

: 1. \ 'Slates, U \r'1D. cases >of iropeach : 1.'Fuit shall be given ill, THE SOUTH SnoriP COYER.V THE.SOFTlf.. furni"l Ntt. S -- wTlU frightened Seward.wboinrmediate- universally,admitted to be we k,vacillating1 -

;. nenll each.StAte'l the poUTc acls. record* an3judicial ----- \' -_\. .S.... _' ly sent a,request for.more tim_tlor conshiprinn. ark! nn reliable. JU. i ii afraid'ia tte tbe S

1 > "- *2JtnVItaH: : have power, by1 'aod with proceedings. oh try other State." SIMONTURMANEditor.TAMPAFLORIDA. Florida n*-n Railroad State. __ .' responsibility eitberofioppnsingbe.oot1v S

I' .r HtiBadricd'an4-e fl int" of tbe" Senate, to'Senatorspresent And the Co1grE'M.m"l' br, general ,law*. -_ j >-. -1-1 'Hy rtfervncu_ to the, ct nsns of '1858, it Mr. Forsyjli; ia now fully recovered from em Government, or of ack'nowhrdgTng! if/

; .1. '" : : : .l I 2tnt;trti ie,1 r jid J id" 'of'tbe.f prescribe the manner in. which sucb act. will be. s -en that FJ.fitll11.j at.that time his recent >ndi,'pc ilion. v,_ 'Scott seems to tare reconsidered' his
, J- ; nd be shall nomnateFVnd records, and proceedings shall L proved, d rmin lion of MorAJi .
:; '. : concur; ;! 23 mile* of railroad in perstn.npthin' ,1IR."IOF.AlL Si4 l tran fenng :

?. .. ?.r .::.. 'ndjitjt tbe hdvice.and con:. :and* the_effect r: ..tb if*!f..,*-r '_'" *** -.lATIIUDAryaif. -U.CII'. 39. iCl._ -: -: Ire jjfi'progrt**. lln.w\ iCl1' ZiT i ihf ;! ft-fl if iho'ctty'yesttrday"i.S -_ 1 fof r UaUimore': where son to Fort ?Monroe. 'Whether this.change '

: ;-' ._ .:. -: ". ,Sent.oftbe'Sef)3t., iTd1 .ppnt A nba4z *. ?f-** ,stcnosS. a f* XrSubsciiberWlIOSe terms of sulcxcription I r at present 326,50 miles in opvralion-i he now is. He will return in ajew Jays,;' .programme was mad. to avoid 'arowtnt

; co-.. ,. : :t.. dm:6t.htr:fi )l,1jti miot.a!Jl-t-on5D1A S. 1. _The citizens of each State shall h are nlout expirel.\ill! nceivethePtniftsttlar j 'JG.50'\nlltllt.'l'Iglb of. line. We bvea: wd then go loMontgomery.tlTELT ". the Old Domfruoion because lthongbt wa arof .

k ..' _. I. 1dgti, ftbSoptemaCourt, 'and other entitled to all the printers? and immnni- for thjee week prc\10UI to its 1* longer line in .operation than either Arkan"isorTtxa' impolite.to plar .CSootl. ,D of'ficer ,
? '. .1. officers of Confederate' State*. *ho!e I ftlUCS IV THE SESATt.Tliev command of.a'Southern fort does -
1 tbej ties of citizen in (be iereral Statesand] discontinuance, marked with, .1,X ,EpFoite: ,nnd la. k, but one mile and a jo ,
: ire 'not herein otherwise I hlA! sharp time in the Senate! to-, not *but it i is"nbw gN.V'tuslitieMajor
.: : .ippotolments : shall bar*the richtof transit and sojonrn ,1thcirnana-. V qurrter of Imving a*ranch as I/1ui..ian appear
"."provided' for-and vrhfchrshall be establish w uay. I'onjjNs rnad ft "real &rll. lieareeJ is tu l he sent to the "neb. at
i" in'a&y State( of this Confederacy, with their Terms2 :anuuni. Jl (or. six i Tru .Tears ,Iii.'re will doubtless tff-rt : "i' : S
'., k,: ; edtkwtuIbeongtessmyby law, slaves an/1 other property : and the rightof months.t per ,. t. _. :: iniuh I for cw5r llulu i: State: .in the progress <.fraiTrr lint thiG. >vjrnment b.vl neither ; Covernor ISISIs), .Yew Yo.&,- lo" snpcrin' ,

.- .. i rest the, appointment of inferior 'officers property in said slaves shall not be tberg 5' .='i -5= I 5- 'id*. It ii quite probable that every i he right nor the might collect the revenue t'I lend the recruiting terrier. *
..' tbey think' 'in.lb President == : ---c r at ll'e South ; that this cuuM .only! I I I am reliably informed ,that -InelnewMinivers ..ti
: 1 m *i proper by impaired.]] ..;.: II"( I".n through Whl'U a road can be made l '
t .,'P- ...: ""*lone. In the ednrti" of law or' in the beads 2.A person charged in any IIAtitt.! _JJ 0,.-... .7......., .. .oj\ .,..... 2I ;| to pViii Have one. The pfn! 'ure of to done by re-capturing all!| the forts .now i will l 1.0 in'tructed to propose \oEngbind
| i
-L m ) ; of'DprtrnenUr < treason; felony or other crime aji'n't' the J A BOOH 110r..M,\b t1r.11 t..1.i.1a!; .!":p Fliau-iii'':: from thU point to T"mpi! in a in. the hnn!< of the .Confederate State' .'$ Francoyand Spain .formal guarantee .

1 .. : ; [3. The principal officer in each of the \ J laws of such State who shall flee from I SL a in lueriti tl i City.Ln.iuen.. : .I fe-v t.ouTou'l be no ordinary one ; and S ,'l.ichtouJ! require SOOOO men, at the rf their .talked) of protectorate over 1

: ; Executive Departments, and all persons justice and be found in another State shall. I, 'irjj a \p --'.'-. H. ,' thcnwhc! JC1 nothing! nor tnowr of least f' 1 imAIf'. The expenditure, Le sail!,1)1,:'o21t1J also a* Qr "t'o'- 5 Spain"of .

S . connected with ibo diplomatic e rvice, : on demand of the Executive authority of \\"n:: are a'HhoHr- .j-to \n- anythirg that in.lut'11' to hope such a i wouM! amount to no !.! than $130.000. undrsturlieil) pos e-Kion of"Cubs;'privviJed -

nj, y be removed from cffifce at the pleas. ,, the State from which h* fM. 1 1-e livered l nom:(( ZACIIAUIAU"VAUI ,!! thin;, jitili i. a ibilityrand we will 000 rnnnilly" anil and armory of 30,000! ?!>*<** great power! will r.use'-o 5 1

;. sirE ,tbe'President.* AH. tber civil officer np to be removed to the State Imrng jnri- 5- !'. Jr..l1 II CataiJate for j nur'e the n'.nrk*1.r hope Itat" great le1 m.n would, beside, be required to protect I recognize the independence of the 'ConI -
of the Executive Department Clerk f the CuetvttV-'irt: or I 1 Washington. It T a n.Je"'looJ.thAt "this f-dernte State. *\ *
4 may .diction' of the r1 mC. t sire i II'J'CC. t%en if the spark Incomes cx.tiniiWtd ( .
C "bertmondaL time by the President, Folk Cocnt y. FloriJxU ," ,' timate was furnished Scott. Douglas It i
any '[3. The Confederate Slates mny 'ure to blaze: in fmor (another sec by ) I, eslimattd that lbr are betwreti .

or other appointThgpqwer: when their! ,ser. 1 t new territory; and Cores ,shall! hare nrq power .c'.ion April 13Ui.lSrl..-.-( S S I j lion.; We aro in the centte of II'f.'rr clo ed by declaring plainlyithat there'were:, five sail t ten thousand ..nrlicat! alreadV f

. t : : Vicei a rf unnecessary; or for dishonesty: Jo legiilate and prori.Ie! \"f'rnmflnf8 for] New Advertisements. i I licit I.z.ity, an.! n'iJ very much the ai.1! hut two ath'rn\th'es-t'ither to withdraw for anpnintTu-nu ,ronneHed *iJ. the

; t -. i intapacity, intfficiency, misconduct, or f! the inhabitants of all territories bolnjnj 1 Admn'x Notice-S.l'ia .\. llruwy.I j: <>f tf.o fl4-n horse to n'akf.us ,11ItYt" lilt Federal troop antI Jlckno.-twlz' the, Postoffic'ft Dop-iifment. The" Wumber of -

; -. neglect of.duty; and when AI removed,''t to the Con ff'"rtti State*. Irinj withont the I !wnf/t-J..111I l M. r"'yII ; .h'IIIJ.ll.e-t] [nfipe! of contiik-rib'e! itnpt 5ndpendece of the South or to bejfin a.-I !It-Uf.d.il! received,is nnpreceJeoily!large, /.
\ : : the rcirnovallb! be reported to'the Se I $25 : civil) war. If he Utter course should be (!.. omeliinernmonnlin, .
S limil of the several States: and mv pPr-t C\rlt-n..1! Tajlor. I iTjfo in a n innu-tcrnJ point. t to 'ix or 5evrn booIr .
. f' i : ale, t02.lber,,itli the rea on, therefore.] : mit them.at such .yml'..a'tod)in sorb mnnnT |I omboit : __ r?* Tho Jibovwe clip: from the Mia i mine-.t .'n, Ire ldd, the sooocr they begin I ".!I. Nineteen cl.-rks' are engine.! In attending j J
l' shall have to fill ;; ;;; ; ; I,the "better. j
Pn1'iJent
Sf T. tp.te power a* it may br law pro5d to from ?taf,* to < Jr- A UuiotJ meeting commence I'tJ to thcnv The applicants! for emplovmtnt 1 -
Cotton Stutri. Not like the Stjtti
-j. >t sijat.snciea that may happen daring the f be ftdroiitedjnto the ConMer.-iry.- all the. D Church in this City to.JI!. 'Pi J nopy I nuril1g his 'ree whiclrcilletl the Ab\[ in other departments of tlwpnMic J 1
pti-l
;S .. I :?,ecs2 f the Senate, by jrantinj: corn mis- l such territory, th. institution of pcro li- .. which .lnl| expire at tho end of their "S : I interrnpiid: him, and rather violent! words*! ; ..j '
'., $1o' I very a.lt now exist i in tho ConWente j flf Oor fritn l an-! taltntnlMIow- I! dncx* n* to lr: >jv for a rniroa-j! connection on* S
next cession. ; [but no person rejected by States and : ensned. ,. j In the Senate Mr. Th"ltL-u9 rcvjfaiion'
hall be rccogrniied protected Cramn, M 1 Tlu>mp'on. na' TmittcJ betneen Tampi and other part of tbs
townsroan .
; th. Senate' shall be re-appointed to ,ihe the territrml i March ) '.-The Southern c.>mm "!on..n \, was taken up. Clingman. of North Carolina.

*. ; t same office darin; the ensuing races .l j: by ernmcnt ConjjreMand: and the by;inhalnfnnt, ; o( thp ,"rer1 jrov- ) t to the K'S' t.u r.in,. IlrockMille. onTiK I I S-ap: ,.- rtl WP, t thit!' rtfore,.ronS.lently trust the anticipate' a deci-if answer to'morrow.If .- nrged lhauhe inao:nral meant war,

r r .. eccnox 3. nl ConfeJ rat' Rtntesan-l Tr-rrilnripc. !ln'l >*.lty tf iJ-M wc.K. Mr. T. has :1. "'-.p ik cf lope; indulgvil by hs Editor for it should.be nnf v.ir:... they will leave !i and) that war was tlw real purpose of fr e -

' ,., 1. TLo President shall, (,Qm tune to 'have the richt tn Inke to sn""li f4'rril'fIn\ .nrMitlv-intrlK-cJ.: : nn.l 1 Ii 1 ts fir: to ..1'1'I I sni-h Jt "-on*"mm"llon: tnny n vcr .l be extin- Washington imrneli"rerNwartl and .1lnjinitraton. Wiibm the Ust tfiree S

:;- of slaves lawfully held by ihoni ill .inv of thin if of.c Cameron fnlly i"rT"flcili the i isae offereiJ1to day. he s.ii.l.: he bail l .I been formal that ..
, lime, give to the Cqnjrcss information an 'nuac r< r'-u';!.OIi in the practice i ith gn'"hcd' until: tot-fiini'il 1 v n hapj T. froivfJ. '
: them, nn-l feel 1 rather Mtakr anout it.
Teriitori of the Con.horS'es. heavy gnM-and large reiaformntnt
the state of the CpnMfcrafly, and reccorn States or : 4 -S
:
L l e 1.1l'iJ.\\. S- r !i The :mprt".i..n here i is 11\,. if the Cotnmi had bcn entSoatli' total( ion ofibo
'mend to their consideration "oei measure ] -- -po "
-. .._ .'
: .s he"shall julje necessary an.ie expedien.: 4.The Cnn( flr..fjt? Sti'l, ,., C.11AII 1.1r"r.. t.ty .- -. -Ti. S..-.4 iitJj! %C' .",'i1:n- 't nt-!L' Ct.ntd' I Ilion -S. -- -- I,sioner itnrne.iateiy*::are: rejected.at'.ai-ke-l.Fort) Pickens will lx, forts in Xot Jt.Carolina, Virginia, and etse- e
where.Hale..
may, 'on extraordinary 'occa ion', c W t In.t'\'crv_St.ste ;t" rrrll'r I GEXEHAL, ? s1iflS :" I r (

.5 .: *rene: both Houses, or cither of tl.emand, '.'!J! mtmbrr of thn, "o"f'rdrrJr'/. mtt u tUV_21ijn--t.:... -' I THE srnastDEn or FPJ-.T stlTEn. C'hnAftJ: Simfnon..rrpne
i : : in case :of ,(Ji.i jreemf utwUb teLwttnttTi'' a ;republican form of erovernment. nn.' .i-; TL, m 1..1'1! bain It'fl !!ictci ; IUl ol'aut from Texn. % It lH.'TCil that the tfl9)5Will be1withdrawal And then after an executive. session. -, .the.

rwpect to\hc gg jou n'me1, shall protect each of them 'iijjvnM: inva. : ll.iStnte. I Nr'y 'OnuIltrt'h ) .-G Ues'.ond from Fort SUJnlt}' on.it Wednwlay Siatej.hj.mrned.I r .
cour.ly.of(
;1 rq-1" aJjoa'. \rn to such time as _heISrTdl : ion : and on application of the, 1htur! : ,\ :rinlh! "n f.; r yUy: \ I iext. Hut il.J. not yet; a'eertaite.L1ilritai ,. M.trrb 20.- he Sonsh CA'mm41on; : .
.. '- ?.!c* to tbc-)5th? Jri-t. !ar? been 'rrceircd.Fo -
1. i. of the Eiecuti'itenjt1en Jh' !,cTfc' r- i era rr -eirt-d j ik-.p itrh-i! '' ;
1 laU "rnt.I"t51 for .
e. 7"( I t} order ha l-en i' u rby Lincoln : !: .M..TtfiMftI .
___ .
ther public minister*; ho ,hall t"V. Hi nrc is not in w.;ion) g.int ch'm'ic' .40-- .- f :1"III. I i i "t t Uroxtn ni CT.icfiireJ; : :by tl.e FtJeral 1,!nnthority! #in r-rrd to the pro"poc arrcrJ I: but thee ) : (ltam.o.J.log\! s'.cil inter-

care ibal, th s laws bo:: (.,hl.\!:. r'\'\ITUUW. \'io.nc! The 'JI'v"it"aatU'f. I roops on t'ie' 1'hnn'!! I r.o liifTKuIty; occur- r (.r r"f' Snii.ter-an
a '.. and shall commUion lU1u. ifSoors cf ARTICLE: V. ,'sicha.t.' ben t-'k"n at Mpreniic 1ItII"tnry. !: ,c.I-I M tl\j.'r j I V't-r fi'j-f rin; :?n.Iin! y the evac* 5 is 'til!' "nni.Terc'! inevitable, ant?' Tie C.lI1mi ci""f"J. are exeetfTJtr.v 4
the Confederate States. et-1Lll5rnent! of,\ Xavy: "hX'I$ to bras frt'.n Cl .iWion
.ir"nm"'I"r l IIf'- t In nh'
early 1 to < to
an *n (e.Ir. ttm ; .
c i 1 he it j fa } iiI| I
SECTION 1. nvio-! troop, i-i proc o ..nr.rderto Ln'rnt -' wiaeJ.e
: j ? the .
CECTIOX 4. : yon'! 111 llxf-C'rive: "r.n'r.1. Huf. from \.1rnftt.4;
iTTh Pr. idmf. and) I. Upon the (1etmn-l rf anv tlirw
.. .* President. Vice + l':nllv embleil in tlu-ir 'vcril) c(nvi>n ;,I rn.ia G5v.t. Ii ry to f \iLtttr.\ Se\'trMl IIIII:1rt-.J'i'e t rClI' : of .the post i I''not anticipated.TIt rcct'iml: ,f cnvi-ofi.! ; intimation: ,; ih-,. j
rivil officers of thejConfeilerite States : : 0'1 '
aJl l tio the'(Conerc*' ,lnll !iirnnionn.. r'p"I.n I 1 I' F".K-raI! thtOl" would! Le wti:7awn;
.J shall be removed from office on impeach vetnion of all the State: to tsfc" in'o: COT- this tate. for 000 men.4t !! ln\c bccnHili-tid!; fr cit month tu crretindvr S !: COVFFDESTE X\T. J"y. to- -

tnent for;and' conviclion of 'lr.non, brib ti-Ie! ration ucli amendment to the en,*'i j -- --.._-5.- I I CoG Futd on Ihlio GroitJtfror. S Tl.e'ConWerate! SJItil: i ii srI l !ht e-I' Ooe I.tin-Jre! arid fir:\ 1"c.runr"'r ,frc-s / -a

n. ,Qt other bijh crimes and mwd" nan ir Cl.nst.m: Pe<';on. formerly I .-f hive ten *Mr-.r war contracted fur ths na S
the aid States shall insasjesling now : have
tut ion AC concur : : tier. They hove OCUI.ic.l l\ariou: poms.- [ city .fT-r-l tH-ir} miliiurr r'il't' _
$rs. "* : i dud in Fern'indim. -. and Ja .e of con'trticton.: : S
at the time when the ciiI l Je 1a111t1'11), recently ; The Convention is ilisru.sinj ;;inei im.for I cyu' ., to the: C.nf..Jt'rll't' Saea_. Tit. ar. I
.t. .I ARTICLE Ill.i. mind is made: and shottlu nor of the prn- : .,nn: FOtTIIEI.N DEMD.I i rea'!y to I t'a-e\4'No! an ar!'erjw: reaccepted.
-' pcd) nmendinents to the Con'ti'ution! lca -- militiry Jtr n'l'. Major Mirtin, of the ceived that t they' will *S'
t .4.._ EECTIOX 1. -' '- I I The Co""n' *:5on from fonornerv fced .n.by The sijj 'onnnlion-t'otif'>: ICcrall of the ('uun'ul on. I Unitc-1! Sta'c! Army, h.i.l reigt.td, and m"n,14. I IIn.1f1rrAnd th. -r.rr'n.lt'r of the I Among the late' !Oufirmations'b.tbe" '
t .The of the Confederate
L.: States,- 1. shall judieal be vested power in one Superior Court by State*-and the im Iw rntti.,1: l 1.\' From ihe Flori.li.! St !;iad we It-am that : tenderel I his '('rviecs: to the SJ\t: .. Camp I It I Fort nt Key Wct nrd Torta. !! :enate in Execntir aeaaion. was that .r S
the l lei'laturrs i of tl1'o.tt.ir.l, tf the I Fir Lieutenint Tb
several adore
: and in such Inferior Court as the Centre the President, J uJ -! Md'n-boe. ; has i j-uil l la t rlfll.I.on' the Northern {frontier had 'o nnCto SER' ROMAN'.'' !i T"UlOr. tIILI ..1 -'
State on by in two-third = = rnsonof fort SUlJltP.f J
'
- t t JJ roa from time to lime ordain and citabl.l tl.treofh" one cl'lnr..nli..nc T-r lle: other! mo.Je of call for the Convention of ihi State: t tnuet I.> 'I been I\hn by lilA Sf to troop Capt. I I '.\ de&piteb! In* been rerpived; fiornj!I A.Ijmant Generanh! the. to rank 1" A'llant

: *%;. ., The'JuJe both of the SupremeInfefior i:: yre. thcCotifibrttc' army, had nrrivruto .inimi _ion Tlotnan Wiuinjfon.! ? t1l'' of CliP I
; ratification may !loe proposal by the general in T Hah:.."ec onhe Sib 1 of April j C < kr t.itn. .AI
in :'m-nt of IIn I for the
hold their office nvit'er a rc; jr*
.IltI
I'
'i.i V. cooru.'haU eonvenion-thy| shall lh ncf>rwardform 5 11 route for- thai city. He will arrh.to. morrow I It ts now .'r.'al1j conmlr.1)
.
; daring gotwt behavior, and shall, at stated 1 mit.i S : rr..nl'itr..l.orJH fir the l'rc-i.Jl'nt. hat tin
t ,1 a J-Rh of ilii ContiRtion.( Hut no I'pn''r ? 1\I rn.in. !, extra session! of Congrew must I toe e.ft!! ,
tinned, receive for their service a cnmnen- '-.s'---- Th / "/ t had Srrivt..J l from !
".. .t sation which shall not be diminifohe.l'Iu.. :. 'Stale *h'K:ithout it* ron. nt, bo dpr} ?,.- t i "tiT The In'\r il;( ..f MiIlLirtet: T.1le. Hr'llO'ith 300 State troops.SVANAIT. I.1 TilE SEN'ATE.Further !: to. .et the Gorernment ont of {h f'u n I
edof its equil rpreentsiion in the Mate.AUTICLE phght. Nobody Uiitves'ih .
; .
ring their continuance in cffice.stcnox UuchananU5ch di"cn";ion of the 'rirrO l Lincoln .
l'r\.iJ'It
of
:
c f
; t..ice
\ f;, I VI. .- ,.- March 1C.-The Convention I :lution '.f Senator Douglas ln been po t- : meAns toshotidcr the responsibifiir cither 'U '
t 2.f. rcitr.Uof) the l'rr-*
b.f.::' f [I. Tb' Government eMiibii-hul'ly! thi ha* L'.en goii-jr: the ; d[ the. p op'u' of G.- r rntifi-d the Permanent poned until to-morrow (Monday.) of surrendering or attempting |o fcod! the J J

1.The JuJical power shall extend to all Constitution i is th, '!uccc or rf tb Pro. Lie, i is \ariuble! l"u-thrrl: but:g no C>n'tiulion. n* adopted by lh. t Southern fore*. The problem of repfen- ,
THK OLD 3OMXNOLNews
I S ca es arising und.r this Connifulion! the vi'i ional) Government of the Confederate truth! in the rport.JJorstsfr Con rr*.* of the Confe.lerae: State*, nt hnlfp Wdngthetreasury logins to loom up with" .

laws of the Confederate States, and treaties States' of America, and all the laws pn .elby ) .,..-' -% t 12 o'clock to diy A salute was fire l lin received by telegraph to-day from I very serious. alpeet. The Morrill tariff 1;

; made or which shall be made under their the latter sb,ll continue in frroo until : the Southern r.feJtrary. honor of the event. UlchmC'ml I in.lil'tht": p"'stlge of tile Ordinance denounced without stint by friends ami '

: authority; to all case* affecting ambaadorr"other the s arn" h\Jl I.e repeated or modiaVd ; j' of Coxicg'on: Ky., 1m receUeil : r>f- "Cfs-.ion duinz the coming:; tV-, will! not mend m tfer*. The Union, \
: -, publis ministers and consul to 1 -J. Scales we"rk. Th<> Slate i i. thoroughly arou ed. in fact, i is well \
financi-tlly
; and all the officer* appoinie-d by rIte me [/"row M e 5.'r. JFioin v.J 1 as as poiitfcallr .
all casos of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction sLaJI rcrnnin cdi''e nniil their In'Uftr an onlcr from Vwel're.kftt.r i Mrplit-n* I'ort linn..r.Ch"Ior' and the politician cannot much longer repress : dcfunt

; lo controversies to which the Confederate J !ifi'd tho *;x hundred hrrs' for the u v <-f th- the !nliin'-n'i of the peopTe. I If ;
appointed an tfK-
or
q'T .s Mirrh 20. P M( >, -
.t Slates shall l.e a party' to cor.trovcisies : ) morent M f rh IS.-Tie! "mnsterly m\ct r"il.f' t
; :et.oi'id.! ] Southern Conr- It-f\i"Y. n> 1:1'.t, been ma l* townr-1'* lIlt'nC'1' FROM5{ JI XWOJIERY. 1 J
!
between a Stile and citir n* of Brother 2. All debts contracted! ] 1 -'.'- boih the SiMt'h -m C >mmls-ion< r* and the. t
SIn. tn-ajo- STILe :ion .f Fvrt Sumter. TIt'itnre, ;! of
nAt
t'S- State where the Stale i is plaintiff! : ; between : ments entered into before the adoption! i of ; Constitution ( AdminUtration continue', to the great d"ittKf *- ; .
the Slate i i. whit relaxed.
citizen claiming Ian*rant this Constitution shall be a* \alil j troop not a I <.c'ion; of the; jjovp.iixl womler mono> i )JonC03.l!RT, March 1 P.-Congress today \
a Zn'tthe
J .1 S : of different: State, ant| between n State ConfeJeritc State* under this C.>n li. Of tlw Confederate: States will IK- found inllii Anderson 1 his continues industriously! I ."crs. Th Southern, Comiivoioncr: rereeived -'.I ronfirme-1 the following: nomination
I
: eilirn; or *nbject ; bat no State shall! be : tution as under the. Provisionil! Govern ; r.i1.er.] II'! pnWication! U-ate: bat lit strengthening po..iti'.I.n. ] no coTnmnnioati.-vn! from the I .\U-, of \frct; Judges under the Confederate

.-I sued by a cUiiert .or su.lj.ct': of anv fire I TI nvnt. ts! available picc Lr comment, or, inJ((.!, I Tirgiih* "UI"'lIl1ol1 ministrAtion to.diy, ftc ha-! !"en anticipitod. Government.For .

'51 Att'C. ::, 3. This Constitution, and the jaof the ::: (,.r :any otlur; matter. T"i important l lUrnniond{ March 1C.-A '*rle* of Union It is to te Lope l it will come to-raor.1 I Sor.th C roIIa.. .Hon. ). G. MAGRATli.x) _

t ; 2. to all mcs affecting atnli'!ailors. Confederate state! *m-xJe! in pursuance thereof : from row. ,: F.r Gtoria....,. llun. II. R. J.cJso.
it is i taken reflation >l in
dcKument ] < an American tlsc.
ns we produce !
S wrapp
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min?
5- other public ter., and consul anJ For 1abarn.1Ioa.
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and all treaties miJe, or 'which sh-tll COMMISSIONER UOMy.Hon. J. JOXEi
'1 .1 thoo in which Sttte shill be n pntty S, be under the authority of the Confederate the Mt.bile .Irtrtrr, and 5 i. roo printed from the people: of Norfolk eijnnt xvenprentcd > F.T Misaarppj U"h'Y.. L U.\r.r.l. S, S
in Convention to (dir and) tabled. A. R. Komin. the Southern! Corn- For J.oui"iaDa. .1108.TlIH J.
t :: the Supreme Court shall have original State shall! be Ille' law of the that the take in .it .1 lar.c the I I EM\IEot z
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( : supreme eye .\1'i.* "tuion ftsoutiOM'e! ; also offered mi ioner, nriuto- U: }, bat ".1't Fur exM. .! -rESIPniLL -
p : jurisdiction. In all the other cavs before land, and J the 'jujge in every State' ha'l point of JitTertnce from the Constitution :aini la1.I"-.! I i2 )e.l that he letTrnl, immediately without i iI 'For FloriJa . lion. JES&E A. FIXLEY. S -

mentioned, the Supremo both Court shall,law have be kun.III"'rLY1" ar.\thing in the con appellate jurisdiction to fond laws of Sate: to the I.
L r' with; such any contrary s'ilttitirlion, of report of the Federal committee propoi- '. a* Ju.!. of the Admiralty Court i'- \
!: -- fid, exceptions apid nr.der such no ".ith tAndin ] or ; "or. (etcej-t I' at '

.- regulation*. as tho Congress t-lwll: mnkc. 4. TIle Senators atid Representatives before ';! 'I\"h obtiout cues as Confe-Jcrale for sing Scf ilnith a view to eventual THE 5CRRCXDER OT FORT EUMTER. I I K-y Wect ; D vM HubUrd, of ,Ala..-as* ,

(. ;' .- I j. ." 3 :Tho! trial of JII!\ criipcs, except jn case mntion and the member* of the i 'United," etc.) are in-licate.! by, italic: *- eJ.onMrncticn. It was onKred to b< print'l Executive officials state that no order,: Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Aler. B. .

.' : .. ,. .(tirn1cLrnenL sLfillbc by jury. xnd such vsvcral State legis'ature! '! *, and all executive has yet been i"ued for the evacuation ofj f
: Clitberall of AlA TreJsury "
; j i addition to the Old: Constitutionare Mr. nandolpJfir Ilchmon: 1, Registrar of the
i .tiul hll be hcM! in the State .he-re the and jndirial! officers both! of the Confederate 't simple I! L Fort Sum cr. Others.boprttenI to be well I '

*aiJ crimes fhall Lave been corcmittc l; Sfateanil: of the several tltedlail. l enclosed in bracket mAle a speech nirain the peace proposition informed, art that Scott, bavirjj I been duly ; Dolliog.Baker,of Georgia, as Auditor. .

: Imt when not committed iliHi any SlMe I* bound by oith or amVmition. to support Whle there are some ol j-ctionable feature -I *, and fivorin, S 'e.ion.Vilhou t empowered to Act in the premises, has issued I I lof the Treasury.
I the trial t-iiall! be-at !. l concluding! the Convention ailjourned.Mr. the order. The Gf.'nerAT1toA "
6Uc place or pUcesas Consthation: but rel'jjiom Adjutant meet
: no : in this instrument', as a whole, it is 1 Congress again to-night.
tbe: Conguss by law Lave directedSTXTTIOX" :; GocginVpropov-d amendment to the belt! lon conference with the:
: rcay tes shall ever be rtquiretl J as a quabfica- I .\ a :
I : worthy the commendation and support of report of the Committee on Federal _Relations of the Their deliberations Congress has adjourned lo-nlgbt to et.'i
3. > tion to office or public trust under the Secretary Xavy. -'
'- ,- Confederate nny Stales. J a free people. At present xve will not cite I before the State Convention. provides i arc said to have tefvrredto the removal -' again on the second Monday ia May next
k 1.;'Trt "'n a Fosl the Confederate I' ,
= for the withdrawal) of
the State from the
t ,. States shU| const only in levying': caT ;, 5. Th.enumeration, in the Constitution, the, to U', objeclionable feature, becatue Union and without determining! its future of the garrison of Fort SamterAn ] The Convention of the People! of Alabama -1;

J fgninst them, or adhering to Their eire- of certain rights, shall not be construed to we reco nizi the imperious nect .tty frS a"orhtion'. recommenJ a conference of IMPORTANT RESIGnATIOn. : has passed an oidhtanealtering the t

: : mite, .- \'ifl' them aid and comfort.! No 'deny or di"p rage others retained by the its imaeilsatt and nninimous adoption by i' the B.rier! State' to be held at Lexington., Samuel ArchiboM.. Engineer m Chief of;I I Free Banking Act. The ordinance saU& V,

: person shall be coutictedotrason unless' people of the several States. | the several States cf the Southern Ilcpublie. Ky., in May n"xl, to prepare a pUn for ', the Uuitnl State Nary reM;neJ to day. lutes Stock of the Confederate States for
/on the testimony two witnesees to the 6. The powers not delejpitcd) to the Confederate t He is citizen of MarvLind. :f :t: 'iI
constructing government t>' be formed I a United States StocK' It allows S !
I the ] After adoption nl 1 the an ;issnoof ;
i> tuiacocrvert af,or.c." confession i in open States by Constitution nor I : permanentestablishment i i by said) State and the Confederate StatesofArQ I A in, THE5 8EUATE. twice tne' amount of specie"resource I:
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: 1 i coott.. prohibited by it to the Stales, are rcerved ; : of oar independence, will .rici. Said plan not to be binding IS The resolutions of Senator Douglaswere ? 'I Neither citizens of foreign countries* ,
.t 2. Hip Gongrc bare to declare .! to the SUU, respectively or totl e people! time than t nor
'. power I be more appropriate now to till ratified by the State C nt'ntion1i'l1 taken ap for discuuion. iJrecken-t foreign corporations are allowed to hold _
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J.- the punikhnviit or treason, but no I JJtavo/ : engage in fault-finding or to move amend shall adjourn'over to await the re ult. lIe ridge l spoVe for: and Hale! against u. Bright stock*. :.

at&iuJeioftreson shall work corruption [ ARTICLE VII. 1 declares tint the Union cin only l Joe re tor- I I presents! a Joint resolutioa of the Indiana t Two members hav been elected '11 '

j .. -S, tA blood! or (forfeiture, ,, except during" the ; [1. The ratification of the convention I ments.Every solsciiWr\ lo. the Ptnintular I ed 1 (.y an amendment to the Con'titutionI Legislature petitioning Congress.to call a the places in the Confederate Coagm to supply I

: life of the person attainted.: of five State shall be snffl-ient (or thie I emin-%ting from the non'Tveboh.hingtaes I Convention of the People' all the States made varant-by resignation. :;
p .. 3."A'o r4fll or otter held ,fi, : should r il!\ !hill :io. as its con1naTill be .eenritytrtber ribt. Ih The'gentle-
: ptrnn 'taUisliment of this constitution between urges a coniuer. the propriety of amending the m'n aieTl.C.JoneofLudil7cooitj; '

: '. service ar LlofiAeny, Slat .or Terrtort! j the State so Mlifrirg'the; ; same :] i n1tt1t.t j for (Dlufe.rer rec'e. '> I l.r d6" policy throughout. S 5S j,Ccnstituiion.: The/ senate{ tbcu went into' anSI} KkV, Davt, of Madhoo''eoonty.. k I; 4\\

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.9 .- I A rP.C now in receipt.of their vell-seleetrd o I
(Oflh1SS1O) J GENTLEMEN'S
r. Fire.4a4fow Fort, ; rIDiUi : .13.. Stock of *.*; NESt ... C. -Irf. F. I1BE-L'E. I i .".

It t ,. .' !n'. Fr1d a1 ;. p aiiiwuvv.u T"- *"6'W' tI IzEcEYp!: ;-'n1- lt.tL" -13herrzcr ltll.P AT "T* rt TV I*N G : I.. :

; drveroni ow'ulk anJcpeiiIicg _
i ." 11t greater Jteeeivf k'orwardIng'Ajint t -i1k '-PrODc : -. Q"IDj .O 1JS. ; ;.
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la: '> "ga'I 111' tne""t O1r'n ifjr \FERN&NDNAPLI.. ,.!i t G D', S'. .v. ..t 1 W iLL-SELF.CTTD: ). STOCK S i O, RE.S1;
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t : :. '1m eoo.llIr. 't.dd. Marc1i. 4Mlt| $. \. ? *2-'y. consistk&-npirt.or- ; :: the fcUuJUugjavt'ele! .* :. "'f'< .: -, G'o''Wl,5Consisting rIlIT', ,dlJSB &: IBOWR\\ : ..
lrRV GOODS V'5
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It f. ;, -' if,. OtOOO, ODlfiftO.OOO! oC 'lrichSwefAl : :
: DEALERS
". $ t StoreTTAS 4! rown.& Bleach Shirtings andx Sheetings- E. F NUN E Z. i 1NX :
t''i :- *- Ji0 j3r4oochnr rter Fancy !o fine 'and\ e coarseKentucky' Jeans i of .j ,7 j" '"r"
: .wa are;informed taken \
were but
w. tip no Cssiner WOULD ( call I of i t. AJ ; 1) .. -. 'Dnr GOODS. r
.. Tweeds CnscnettFarmers ro*'i'tt fully Inattention ,. .
: ctf"i Addlrr.pra 'V the'19ce6:. A >*'' '" C' \ and idll\nih' \"\ hIs fiirnJ. and the public to 'his" .:X. '\PD-WARV::\' If' "' '

.cliuie. Tczll ll1"t Satinet.COXITOERATC JOSE} VIGIL ; Caeimer, Marlboro, TlIUJ.\: ? EW and WJLL: F.LEcnD: .stock : -CUTLERY T
:.. ;- "Ib- : i -- -.' ._< _' ; 9-'i: I :Hickory i ,_,and Cliac- of Mtrchandi*', just ,received ,: \tr chooi'er: SADDLFSA) .. Clothing ; '

:? 1'i 'j.Tp..r.E1t LOAX.Wefrom4 = NOW OX.IIAXD a well selected supply taw Stripi t Etixa -i>. Putter from feW V. lIlls Good Stock j mUIJLF., j
) of ucli ,
.. tlof I 1)Mirnsh:3.- '.II1I.rill1t| It general n."('rtlUell ;
i&sintfltgetice' : /cliaMa source, ((Liquors] escepted) Mill'" usually .*od! in With. .,a superior J lot.of '. : ', I,. .' i .
:.; .6 ililist j pcrtkI1Qftt! ,, flew IOAO ffcjecl ".- *.ProrDAI.\.OrouTt'. o- Iii* \\b: j Tanipa.I ; ftIIIi tariity of itfeknever before ncnlllc .

.' ;' \\&iLf.tJae,*. Oorernrnenl .of, the Confederate ,- .. Jry flood Ckthinv, Crocky ., .to 1iht.- brought to thi4 tiuirkeL I C\oVU\i\gt 'I -

',_ .Statet .illU l taken.br bit'en| of New ;, n 11' Or1c&sata; r7 TT.* < Shot, hats and Cops, Wines and Li plain?- well to examine his nsoortuieiit. lie iharKM ASTONISH -
1 rpnSJ e'lr our eraA for his and hopes 1'091. I ; .
white, blur. Red k nothing thowing good ; '
tinJt Toltaceo Havana. I
,1' : ooplflTlh l the Mct 1i ntietof llmGoTtnimenteootrastt quo? ofoil. striped .1an-n\.II. white nndcolore by .dflng'at uniform priee and 'close utten- t 57" ali onestcjbr yn rltll'( f: I Boots Shoes > -

quite faromUy. with that of Ute Styart Cundiet of oil -t l Catnbrtek 'Muslin! Detains tion to t.u"fnetlto merit liberal patronage. .
fr Jclndi, Swttt,Mtatt, Morino The adies of the Cit and PROVISIONS -
gmeRtaryparU of the Unfted State in Alpacas, of every dceription *- \ eountrjarc peeialiy .
vhs I loaniTreently Htbo'rtzcd lir :ill'* Con. ,Jewelry, J.-e.. I [ ; Prints of on\\color and style; .in\ited tll call an'l examine his -oss"i-t-. ANDGroceries'oO /le.; .c.. &c. .{ .
lie las ,
of JlnDGOOII paid .te
nl'nnf'If-i ct ro i.t partieular
lft4 Ladie
Car ikles Flats,
Of the aT>ora etiumcraled article. and all.' F. JUST KECEIVED A' NEW j-- .
85tt\Y .p.-H AdOrteaov IhJr. the feU' IIA -
attention to vantujn -
: !. nLbNln'lhm'rcantililinf', Mr. Vigil reeeiefrePnr1)lic1 BOO1M Jt RHOli -ofyi de criptlon; \ : miCOATS -
ffrINil. of tion of lu< Stock. '
.!_ .... i .\ 4Xi. ) per everyjUanVer. froui JCewOrleans. 1 large assortment \ \nlong lilt orttneiil may be found sueIt'f11PLE -'* ;, VESTS, PANTALOO, *

g .. ,_ f II A IU.W ARE. CUTLER ,.& FARMING Oentltmeu> and Ladir "a
lfa"Ch! 22.-The TeiaStaU All of -]iicb can be had Cheap for Cash or ,U1EXSILSeonsistinfir : ,\ P.IXCY GOODS I\ ovA .!SHOES GA1TEBS. HOSE Jtc. c' '
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Cooreniion has p ed anDruMnanceOectafiflgVaeanllhe Country Produce, : x ofPLOWS i SUPERIOR} QUAXITY, NECK TIES. COLLARS ,

Gut*rD.lorial Chair; Tampa Fcb. 2, 18GI. 48-ly 1JOE ? 'A* Ulaek .. Fancy CA imere Tweeds and All ol 'which will be sold for ITAXDKEIlCiHfifS, 'GLOVES-. 4

: -ml llat itSecrctarj.of Stite.-on !accountrftJliwcefficrTi -'.f -i----- AXES, 'SPADES, >atio .U;. Kentiu'ky Jean; I Drap'd'fto: Geor Cash or Barter UNIEt.SflL'4' .- _4)- 't
,. -a to lake lh> o.!th uf oEc -f4-. I'- 7Uto 'ShOVELS c Plains l>luo an'd HfO; Donim"Marlboro! it ? -. l
I ., .: '. ; f-j- SAJVSiDRAWING Carolina l'iiii.lTi.k1a. bhl'j fctripe* Linent *. jC-IT I ii' AJVnnees; tnaje on Cotton. DRAWEES. .for Kcntfrtn.nAnd 'I : ; -
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die Ccnrei ion. CI.7k eeosCO ; -; ? ; I -
W'I to anaom"tlitiGoirertJor'fiinrlioosimme .. . ( KNIVFS HLES ,
-S .w. 1 ii Cotton Clunk"Linen A Cot'n Duck; Cot. .t : S '(5 many: other arlid\,.of\ario u kintls. AL
; ; The Bec e'ary,of Slat* wrat revjuettci f i ij,' f SQUARES, AUGERS, IJln t I Bro.; Hiirtmsr and Sheetitiir) *; Linen j Dy Expre. *. a LARGE SUPPLY tfDr. The attention of purchaser* is reretfullr J! ,

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( : record*. The'Legislature. met on 'II :.' :. :' :.. :QI : SCYTHES. REAP-HOOKS, A-e. Me'nil 111 Mk;' Furnitnra Check. Prints and I QUALITY and loA Tb'T STtLEy.and w.w lh'sell 1
; CHEAP for CASH
tf lStKvwLe'onr:... 'ohkrtown wha'lioniton I !I 11, .. :.'.:' :.' I : .1 good:astorlintnl rf l\'ond\ IPar,' Cutlery blck Fringe Oj;)llanlet.!era l-'laniu j,Linseyt 1#; Gingham; Red, *,;white Chanibray pray &; j FAMILY MEDICINES We havf Made arrangements or Coautry to be Prodne, constant: f

intended to dmTnL"Mr. gil'W,I : : : : Urovmrt 1 Ir *nppliVd With O oo li in onf1 hines from New .
.. .. I .. u te. n larirc a* nrtini'nl of "Ill'fI' 2d Mournincr, 800 Copies of
II IL I : : : .:. a t :i'juli'h: Chintz, and Amrrican Fan..y Prints ; York ; and rtntlomcri wisftiTig Drew Sui's I ,
\ -, 1 .;'5rr .:f.:. i ; ttocr1iti4s.flIo".N: Piintcd I.AWIIOVhite .'c Printed} lirilliants; Jtiic' J JJ.m t.n t U 1 .. }I. '.. .. : ;: J-olid and Fancy Detain; dcn"'ge ; Yalencla; .for 18rtl, to W (distributed GRATIS! styles t and of the best material crfn lee tbeir: J .

: :. :. : 'thlli; 'ilk'J.u.lrl'; blcck fancy: tt L foulartdDre ,, Tampa. Xor. i&;, 1s6O. 84-tf. orders with DS and xre hope to give. general t .4.

ll,utfP-On. P. \ e Crp. k, on the.lOtlCABSOX !. ) 'I. .. .. .. .. & CRUSHED.SU- $ ilL.'i; **. Il'O.t 'nckontt Mii"lin5; 1 satisfaction to our patron. .. I :
nODUT-. t 1Jq'! OAK : COFFEE: (!ISiE; $ lnrllt'iHf'; I IrilLi'iens' ; --ilk Illusion; BhnJ : J3: ? We have just rweired lome FINE -1

, .Ii. n 0 _. to: ..Mrs.. _SADBA" .- It 1 : 11 f 1wfl.4 : ; & HMCK TEA ; FLOUR, CORN' Lace ; Mlk & Uiiirle Lace; 11ini-s: I (a-oitcd. )? JUSTBECEIVED]) : SILK DoPAXTJ VELVCTYLhTS.*. Winter nibint't14 and CO'ATS.Cloth fft-. titjlrs I -
.u Wf. .. -.4 i 1. E : :.5 Flinje; ; Silk Cold and Tjs-fls: I reiuh! A. LI.J- j $
PORK. IUCON, HAMS, HEAXS. HU P- of Gentlemen's IJATS and SHIRT COL-
li.h t't-spe: l)r"'!*Tfiinmint' (II larirc ,is.iI I1. j jniont ,
: il f.i!i H : ;. : TElL: 14.lU), .SALT-COAU-F.I & ); 'Inffria t t :.tin Ribbons Cap' I Belt Alloiiurt : '!i| '..\. At the old Und, cor. Marion Wash' : ,

: "FOBEEOBIDA"? :I : !- it FIN E.- XJO\$* POTATO : Ribbon; I.l'n Collar: and\ Sl I.e,es.Maucille I DR. BRANCH I| incton* Streets, Tampa Fla.. '. -

; o. '. ES; DRIED) Collar; Coiit.HOOP) ) l's; Il.ti.en i i T) EsPFCTFULLY: inform the citirens of 1 Le-tinbr lil), O. 41-tf .'.
h. ; 'V.l.-f" ftc 1ft' 1' 5ii= ?. I'I'H APPLES I Lawn, I'.ir.b: liordiicd') & Mouruini; I IHandkcuhitf I IJV HilUhorouch.i l\lalllll e('. Hcrnando and -
!. ?.f I ; Doited} A Love Yoil; trilk ;1I1II1.\l.r| Countiei, that he i if now in receipt ofa '-' -'
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i ( J 'IS AAIBI0 t" jJs JM = PEACHES ; Mitt; (;!ilo\'4 and' GaiinlbU: i : black coloiudJ$ lar I e.ipply of : 'WI G. FERRIS &ON. -
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.F M -" II PICKLES. SARDINES.PRESERVED ) ('j'ii'J\.r.' :wI,; J..I.lic' Marii.o lltlu" l.a.ilie '
I MKDICIXES PAIXTS
4M : : J Mi"'",' white, blown and | DJIUGVS. ,
.: : FRUlT.9AN.: mtlJ.tC.t.t. Cor. Washington k Monroe'St'gr : '
7 4i5 I Ix I -
DLES, CANDIES.) RAIS.INS.TOHAC- Ifill1II.t IlIml woul 1J.'t.; ftit! A.zlr3 b'ut.-j :Fla. ,
I ton aril t Marino! I II.tlf. : 1 1!ltsc; ICiiilttn Cotton iL 1 | Tampa, / .
\ CARO LINA I. CO.SEOARS. SOAP. O1.\, Yarn; Frwich )\ NJ?lIg.Coltol''; X.py/i4 Worst I '. \V\io\csa\c ScDEALERS .
Rettl
;, ADMINISTRATORS .XOT1CE.', I POTASir, PEPPER; ed; 'pool Thread, etc., etc. : -

{ .S .p. Q IX MONTI W afterdate I shal! present myi i' SPICE. &".. A very large oitimnt ofT .-< '0" -
' ; Capt T. J.: LOCKWOOD, ) 'ft't"OuntIInd.. orchers, upon: the l>intc of; Tampa X" ". 21 t, 1S5.). :37ly.I _.!" -
-INFANCY -
{ TTfll leiv. Southern Wkarf Trj; William_ Ilandcock.hue TIiIMiwrongU COH.I;. GCCC'fhw.: Cto1\\\nb': J
; TaeVdny'3 orn zfrir"7'O'dnck.. ty, Florida! ; defeVse of Probate and k to be >re and P n B-' Jae diJiarj j i CAIS. flouTs A SHOES. i :
For Smcfti' which Port Sho will l lare aO L'-l from life farther adminUtration: of said I I II' JOHN JACKSON j Yf tii, C\n\ut, (;lo\c, L. !1. Miirt-s L'udcr OILU9RXrXG: : FU'ID, I 1.
" '.. nt. same day-ftrriwnjjat FERXAXDlKA t.1 blurt; l 1)uwert4.i .. and! a'most! every rariety of afticfe C
1 WeJn sday. 3 cLick, in. late.RTF.PIICN T. IIANDCOCK, Altn."It' .- TAMPA STREET, I L"I'lln Jlrnr-t"".. I. It.\r.D-W'Ar.r. CROCKERYj ,- r

".r I: .. _,. ...' ..RETURNING- I' FcU,9th. -,,,1SOL.-..._, -. ..-._4:--Grn.- I' Out door'Xorlh of Ii. J: XH"d A'ete &ore.TAMPA. i HITS[ fll'S( : BOXMJTS, '& <-. I inc) ,COtIl[the iio mullrtfde but n sra1 of' 1IIIIIIIr..r rtic!.v;;viz the: f"n"w :I j PLANTATION: TOOLS, .:, t

j- WI11veP4LA7K.Tu, daI.at .rn., -. J- : = I : n.OHIDA, I (..t,', fl.,*' A Youth-' lint ts nnd'Caps 1 Ln. I' 2 Ilinvl: ..f AWhol, y.i |J''r "cviit.; 2 t birrtliLinseed i YANKEi: NOTIONS'., -
Jh..14zI.. at 3L j J" iitVr ,Mi/i*t, 11 t j p. in. -y2 -i t'iei'A Ii"..;' I>onnit* and fliiti(I rillllll..1 l nlhl11I1q'illlm.11 Oil, ; 1 ban/1 of Hnruin: !Fluid ; I Il.itrrti i \H1on.W.\-nr..unu.ow-w."r.E .,
and Savannah, Friday, at t, n.' m.-arnvinp orrocn a large Stork of xiw: : ( .
. g-3 I i lI'.nT j ) Knelt.IVathcr: !" Fbi" I! >ptnt <'f fiii-1 u.tii-s'" )Ji''nrl! I SHIP CUANDLtRT. PAINTS. Ac. AcT. 14'.
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I Mr. J. I jUttn' fnnm-If tint .
t at Charleston : N.j.tori.iDg. Iire*.c i> l>ridalBoots'ie&zt1iete.. Il'I.I.'I'I .. .ale ,.1 I > )l.i, Sal :oda. Rhubaib, ('"1.,- '
&. 'I'ASSAOE 'q&' bs"S g. 'i ha; made- a c"o.l roltftiun, arid tliut ho end > ; ui-l I. l>luc )(**, lorphinf, tiiim; Cu'i.Is'r. .*- :; fLSO : .

; From- CharWoa to YAIIJUI ."lS.Mki" V.U .*. 8 wll a; /Ifor, CASH, a* can. be ["unluclel & Shoos. I Quinine, J'.i.ll'i: Sorsnpalilia[ : \ 'rr.o.t tO\3..nn.t FINE cr.oCEiHF.\ 'Y'of

nila$ fe "' .:. t1i'. :U.t', -5 V OI!! j *,'nhre.deirinc. HU them)p.od must ale PAY l PAID ft iuaH)It. andjtbo ud1 A I"rt n-"rtll\'L, of Oetil, naT< ap.niHaJon >* hit- I I \\'I lii<.h w.nt1.. sold vhaeal.for cash or barter,* V H

4 ; Charleston .Fernandiua...,,,.'t .OO *"L e' .,4. .P: .5 0- W CD m e the original cost. IIU stock cons.at: '* and Gmtr<: Ifldi,' )!...';'.t hil.lrni--' CuItla't .\ti!hssj.\ IUmedy (.1 new I 1 Lilwnt' advance will be made on Cotton or .
-', .tL.rf: .i to.Jatksentlll";..,..$8,1(*> ( : ... of vance on the Morocco, rnamel'd: and inlf! P:oott>; l.adiei' ..1t 1IIt'.lidlle highly. I'C.'lllllleI.I. t,her produce in hand or consi&ned to our '
Charleston to PicvlaU APalatka. .*10WManhll _..OOsKrt .0. oa evaythingin j jDllY ilisaoo'llecl'.I t tinilrr* and >Iipprrs. f.lj. I"Il'Il'hll'r.:; 1111 i r |(lriead, in Xew..(kNew Orlan!,. Chnee-. '. < .1.1tot
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---.I. = Dy.-, Cobalt Ci cam Tar- ,. -'aeannghi.. -
.7" .4 'tYc rfi..AyLOfl .. ; ( E ----r J
: SsK ?.] s>..Xea. -0 ?-> A 4. CJ)1n'' }) GOODS [ '\c1' So Sh"O'X.\ .' f lar, 1'iihtnicd. Llni j I JAlitlary1.. 4tt -- : V
< I Ase1tt. Ff't.'Anc1in.- :1 '.
"t,1IIit .\i. : Qim t Ijuik, I lour Fmory: >
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'-- '. A. L CHISOLM! School Hooks; School R:ewn i-.l*; pFneer'. (nUOI.\tllt.i".opi: t .
Ckarlctton. S H SP E0'. I Line as well All a good supply of "
Agent at I
: j IVnnmiibhip (f.i\ pue*); Gold .t t Stt.l IVn-; urn.(:1u..1..11
J. ISfll.. 3 mREivcki11D -i. s ,. .*: ??. .: :s 4J 1, GROCERIES. JEWELRY. HARD1 1 't"'lIdlHolt.,; Inks; Cap. Ld tUr Nnjt, I.I'ca11 I Luc. Fhke .
= c ?UJ '.ll l Hill; Pu'.: EII'd.l"XO.t.,, AnnualAl. Whit" ( .
".\Im. P.UO1S) A ) bw1NaZR' .
; : $25 \ !C: =.r.. I ... -2 '-c:.- e4.1-vr _.- ..II:.S00.. -. HATS A CAli SHOES:. !: ,bum, \ isitini; (.rl-i Card CA'CI>, etc. '. While.:.Pari! c t '' ; -

Anoviil1 be pai-1 for the =r- r2. EZ c 00 nn.l oilier artu 1.n'u.'I"'IC (I. mention. strynnrtjs.' ludiin Re; .!.' j 1
THE of my Xecro 11ln. .\LICK. -hol : .- ;- 0 7- c-: t 01.1 nn. new ctistotnets are inviud: .' giro i .\ larce aortuie: I c>f Fanrj (;cwi.s; J"w el- i Small ,.f nil :

ran away alx>at tlic l4t of January. A ... ., '. "r"Q. .- him n cull. 1I'erftiiii..rv.' 1 I'n-i.-y Soap* ; I'ruzs. 1'/lil"II. kind i *, rtl'iatuar- .
i i. al-out'W jea'r* fr ay*, slightly;, copper colored : I. II \ ... '.'-- .c OV"llIt"'I' 17 1S.,\ :'.rf t 'ii'( Uru"..:, Wool Willow Ware; >a-ldiry. : ', ino I lllii: IVpptr, Al-:
.. .-. bo'il'u f itfltitbl.l,01.i. very qnick fpk'n.! lie is : <: -- -= = t" ,_-- 'Yeas ; 'l"k\ \ --I-j t ti I. r\'. {'nrenI cr.' A: I 1'Iunt..tioii; T.H1s; I Plmi/h.. :; (;itgcr. Powder, Castile r: T tf.W I
la .J oi-a Xo."1 = ; : .. \\c. I Jlnr.h"lr.llil.I I'. I wliiN' at.d ;
0 :. that would lw <; < .negro. :; tl' i *, !vi.r''. iijir I\" t tll lt-s; j "PI" ( n.I ltlc.n. Xntmec, CinH.ix .
11. i.!i8prts.kIo W I. ; IiA ".iMI..rlloo.l i 0 '-, :.of. m .: : .l t<>\,'. Tinware. tiokiry t A Gla-; "A'nri; i.I fl1UbI'. :vcil., Fwo!.cap, L ttr and A* '! ) A .
of Tamp' in rompany itiaotiti }1r. Janir -- f. -N .:: = -,_- I J\L\\ 1'rlln1. Tow d..i-. I 1.:1.1 1 A ,.f.( .'; pip'N T.)!:..,..., 11Url,1.Ic; l Pnrr.; Snr-apaiillti Root .
:! Tomer's. l.IUlr.l'afl.II..8.4r1-l Ii, CII.ol"II'.l"/I. Coirt-e, i, 1-ney> Soap, Wn.h Uall: *Patent I'llU, TIII I)1L1CTOtTONIdZTI3tULANT.J: -
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Tlie at'ore reward WI1111 paid for lilt aJ..lnny .I =. 00 I *ueir Pilot: nr.il 'Cr.i-k'ir l.Ukheaf! 1V. (! I'iinrul.te*(,iii lIf.tI flEd hhip.l l.,> t .
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'f Lake Marion county, or ; | : 'ta' Ouinit*, 1 ."i". Unit; .. Candipg' i iPickKs Paml ai.d Yarni.h I he '} ; L"PF.t1.'u.LJOT.- the use of the -
to tI3e."" Orange A ; : -i ; : WILL MAIl: R1T.UL\R MONTHLY '' ni> ". Jj JfeJie-tl l'T j..ioM and the f'aatiltf. haTI
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4 8 IS:if confined in any Jail *" that I ean pI' TlIISII..twe'cn Ft. Off-Ion on peas: Creek Cat-nji. WI'r: .S'liiot'; D..ie.1'I'- Can el 1 11 air, I't.n", j 4ermillion. j ill credrd the o-called "tJins" '! '
JOHN M.. VAYXK. M. I). .1111 .rr-Z; nil II"LI and Peitbi-: :. '-i n., IIn,11I Y ;: tu|> Aron.at1 -
and Tampa tnnchtnjr nt in I'rn1t'.1ial..lin.l.injI. j i larir" h *ortniriit Sa u .1. i iJ i ,." "Cordial .
I S Fleroiiigton; I' O.. Marion% Co, Ha. ctD L < For Freight or Pa'are. apply nn bird, of Garden >4.l*, Ucil.A, Flower SvtA*; i i.1 II l'.tp-r. PainKfl'r. i I .Medicated all "SehnappV,
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1.4p 11 is eiidotsed of the
:- ::1arrwoh1eI: 44. ';0., w : I jL.: 0 or to t ll.\>. HF.SDRY.: .s.-cd Onion) *. <-t. ., vi!". nil; '.f \\ hid i 1.IT.'r..1 I5o- I f Jsiciar.: now iheiu-by aid, conaoUiMrur.prominent pLy..
(aIhI : ._. j t YHIY: low for ('.\ -U L'OUXTHY nitNursing !' % ; as poaes.ing
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i[: Tampa Oct. i7, 1-1 dt; :Hf VAl lit ;; all vf those iAri"ie ra.Iivinal qualities.tojiic
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4DMINJSTR42RJ4rXOTICI. '
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( ; -nnd diurelie) which belong to an old .
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O'IX 310XTIIS after date I .wil; prefect myVJ HATGOOD'S : -<\-AptiiX f..r the l'u1..f ottlft; I Cap- I. and pure Giu.; Put up in nuart bottles and" .

r1 aceonutand vouchers nrv>n the j: UUs of PENINSULAR I! \\.II IEEI.J su'vs of Cantor old bv. all dr3rti't grocery, etc. I
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WILSON'S
William.Brow/i. late of IIill.lrfoub county. : PORTABLE 'I i Oil) Ct'iaha, Cu- I A. M. I;t.NGLR & CO.
-_ to the Hon. titnon Turman STEAM bobs Coj-aix, and Jablished in .
Florida, > JOB OFFICE I( 1'78)) S Ie Proprietors
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Jn<>g. of Probate wilhTa *n<] for said county.. ., u c \ i u c supplr Cod, Liter Oil ; Lamp I No. 19 Broad street X. Y.For '- t l-
attd uk to be duwharced from the further adninUtration SAW MILLS which i I I'.l.Kkninll: ( japer). I
of in
a -toro
at inanufavt
of fAiJ Estate.SABRA Madison Street, Ta JIHI, FIi. Thermometer, Patent Sale by IKS. IARXES! A CO.. Xo. IXPaik .
A. BROWXr Admx.186U ers'I.rice.*. 1 \ I Lint (;! u-s Sriuges ((various Rw, New Y"rkI >!

r- '}hrch ttb. J 7 4-.* XOW IX FULL BLAST! The follow-1:i,i All; orders for i ii :3>- All titiiiro' in the rXrwardmc and Gen- kind). (;!l:1 s"Fuiriiil, ". porcelain I tI 1 I! Our lone experience' and familiarity with .
It- ; : .L ing are the prices of Lumber er.il Co.iini-.iiM liii.-. ,-t!trvyud to hi* care, : Pema'e, Urinal", (GrnwI\te.l the rc'i'itremciits of 1'itosrs-and our BUr ._
.tcr : I i PLAIN. FANCY ; will F-n-ive ]rompl attention.Z3 I Mc.i;nres allica! -\. Diomine. i! tior bi: L < Q It' @ 'T Good Lumber per m.... ....?I500Picled' L'ber.il advlinc*.* will be made on Cotton j Chloroform, Cinchoiiia Salacine. Collodian with choice; I.i' nors for medicinal an f -: .
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1800Rough famil- ..
JOB PRIi\TIlj\Tr( or oln.r: L'xport Productions consigned to \ Creosote, Witer's KiUaift .t'
THE TARIFF: IS COMD'G.!! Wge ..... 7.iO i ,li.i ) ; 6f -
.. i in. Wild Chern-\,r's Cherry l' dora1. F.l- 1)oeeuibcr 1st, 18CO. 39-ly.
SIanIfrOr4 lacier!!1 Order* trill be promptly filial. ;, will lie t fiire; l wftli neatiics 7tlieapnss ami ,S'ore-in ClOt'Darlitu* Xew P.tiilding, {(' -I Ii,' Charcoal! '.'.trI1 ft.cflte( kinds)) Iodide 1- .

-. 3T Lumber will be told for CASH Anti fur Ji ralch-'u'h t I"I n :- nJ. :Pjt&tU 21,.PCR CEST !! Cash only. J. D. JIA YGOon. I : Tampa, ':., >O\'. 3.1. 1!$)< 35 tf.Iaev&a HcnrMasriiesi.1.I Xitrate of Silror: Court I I Ii l ]IR .1. P. AWDREUlc ; :-

r ? -i-- '21 I'EI CENT T !! X. 1J.-A Pray belongs t" the Mill whiili J[,nd 1l1.c.;; finnnt Cunli. i.\tIng : -,-,-- .. --- i i rll\stt'r. I: *vnli.il Oils (i great variety)) : HAS OPENII> A I

TV le.'AddeJi( Priunt Price!$fJr __f will d.> bftuling of cYcryJecripti.ui at the, CanRail Ti'-Httt filank Forms, I luni: llr1! i.l! Oil, Mutanc! IJninunt. ()''ln"1 f
I Jill Iff nil L'lcdkn : : doi>, niik-ilMr, Liquid L;
uual rate*. J. U.: II. i *, Tlclcti, Il.IIZt'I'nl.hl' SEUARSIIOF i
: iii; iss y rr iteo' .to BnOfportunil'ut 22 Tampa,'Ft'! 5. ISf.l. 48-tf ,I Hills of Lwfiny, ttc.Exccutdl ,tCl'iirireaiticle; (( ), Crucible, Mtrie, Mniint-' ,- r "
i ami !
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I sulphuric
I'noln""uJd'h
..Ntglft Mttr Rtlill n." y.- L l- : with an cscvlloucc un.urp s.ce.l.1I .- jl"'I.ai"n.pirtI| : of Nitre, .i d->z. I'i'nt; *; of P.al-am Con- In the room: Uu-Iy! occupfcd by Mr. Raphclt .- .

: 'ITEOFFEft ,.nr 6 n. .Stock :of Assorted n S Tin I this Sinl. i tru-s "piiu.t:aratoy.i Water, 'lute Lead and I lust Joor west .-f C. L1Ftieblee's ,
'i' ,lerWaad co.iatiDg /( 1 l Il. G. \VIuti Lime in oil, 'to otlur it t1. .lane. will (l. h* to accornVinoliite i
: fy All work mu t l lIe p:,iJ for J.'n e. : COVACEVCIInA' \ ) ] n' many. \"rjiiiny. > I store, \ itt t p; y .
I other nrli'lcn1l of whufi old: search of
4 DRY GOODJI.cn WARE. /I. m n 1 1! livery.viiT. 4flr( wiubc 0' nil 1110'0. who are in I
FANCY OOOD9; T1X WARE '$w1l1 nl e C1rlto _. u _. __ rbanjrd IT.( loi-ation of lii. More. lie -CHUAPlORCAsH." GOOD S.;ar!. "- '
; CLOTUINGfOOD WARE RmUUiTAL ORMJ, t\o. 3. < ill hirafl be foutniirt I Iho:torc-bnil F. 15RANCH.j 1 tJt'T.2J'I8CO. .43 tf .'
- ., UATtnm: ITUIr. nnii \\XS & Khilfc\ il1.: fornuily occi.p.i-d, by' Mitihd. McCnrly( j Taaipa .\11;. 11, 18C I:>. 23-tf: Tainpi, t :' :
.- r' BOOTS A-SHOES, Jlemd 'Qvtrleri. ..1.:1.il.I '
ZOtk Kflft.. F. i!. t I I. : -- ;
of Articles too TaN',).. J74.. JfarthVk I*dl. f I I. CARD -
A"J an enJlev ranety Durocrpa U. S. MAIL STEAMERS. A !
COUNTIES : S. W. ftf.rnIt! !IItllll( .1 Moran Sf h" .
*to meotioo.it our enstoniary ucprccedetit TIIC Manatee, )Hillsborouirh, >: : B 5O) 1U\TA1tD\ !
r low rates,for# &. 'W. wish io tell ont im.mediateJ l'olk.11I '>rapoe a Battalion"the : TIlE 1aUI..tlt-rni:(; tt bore h. will }1... 1'1'IICI'I 1 in ae<>'nin<>date lis j' A PTF.R: THIS lATE: my bnsines will b. .. I 1
\. w> that we can buy a Sew Stock command of which will be assigned to Lit Dt. Monthly New Orl.-ai.' .1d Mi-toiiur< in' d a* many II \C < no* IIi maliid \ i conducted ontheCASH ''1
aDd pay tb.duty! lD'it tolielp the new Government '\. John Parker. :f i ana Key Wt.6t. irji: '> it to tin'ir ini My P..y, MM ROD. formeilyon : SYSTEM. J
1-. demolish the old Federal deienccs in the The Counties of IAand Hernando will ." I..ftll.il') f.1..- IIi lock Gt .. I.,. Dr. P. Branch. haiT-; ', ,
,, Confederate State*.- Come up quick 1 ,D.!ays compo a Battalion-the command of which VI>TO.A '1..U.nUD..'. ((1"(11' CII11-(4 cv..ry nrtirU> ia Oie iiiiuanwav from mpianta' I shall continue to keep for sale a supply of (\
are'dangerous I is aittgned Lo 1hj. Jarae McKay. ,> |nn' rnrh) will call at all the interim.Jiste .. 1)nlLTlW.lE) :\ t:. 'UP', 4 I lion on'|lie Jill-ll'rliuifl Ki: -cr. .: .\ o'OnTED MERCHANDISE. rrnJ inVIte ali \ "
KEEDY&DAWG.I By trder,' W. L (LJRXER. I i; p(rnt* on the'( u1f. : I t'lF.i> the "''t reward of1ITITY i wl hio want Good Ilarpaili* to call and :
March'HAS, ":. % Cut 20th Rgt, F. M. To rrhl' .at Taina. from NwOrl<>aij, on'I Ir Qt'I.E\\\: 'AHE DOLLARS: to nny perI I vxaminomy stock before purchasing ttsewhereI .
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.. r the 1.9th and Hior.Mh, inL; de1.arUanTo I" .1a\". BO-I who will! return hira to me, ort-afelj-'lodqe To my old friu.l* I feel under many obligations -
nmi HOLLOW!
REGIMENTAL Oal l:1I. So.I.. o arrive at Tninpa. from Havai(v and Ke\' \V.\IM: hini in jail and inform tile of lie fact ,o that for past fll"o.an.l shall W happy to

; 0 :jFs :IEDBROOK Battalion. ; will be b.U l in HernandoCo. Vet, on the. ISlU: and 27th in tt.i dopait I Lin(. nIl of w Id. !Ii will beld (ow-for CAMI. I II/\Iw'i..>t him into my [poaCM>i.)n. continue to supply thin on the above tenns .
Fla.. at Broolfville on the second same Jap. 1] Tit,-. ITvodo, ha\ins bten f'.I! ,or>l with Niiuiod i i i. j-lo-it bnil*, of low stature, hav- t L. G. COYACEVICH. -
": im. BECEIVEU: aDd is flto.t.nit, the StIr of April 1861. Suturdav. Fur fin ther inforiuationfrilt or rll"n !i car. are 1'IIIIi.uIarl"! udapttd to the wants IIf f inj A down<'-n-t countenance, and n muttering I r Tampv Jainary 1, ISrtl. -< tf. :
? \ Xew and Fresh oftaple&FflUcyPI7OOd' In Hillfborouch County, at Tampa FlA (having excellent! aecornmo1atiun.pp1y) I to I i this community ; and 'rr. C. Jlaltors!: Iiim...lflliat "11uf, opeakii.; lie ha 1Hr) ja'V* foot 'I--- --- --- I
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g Sa'ttrdaj S st of April. on"( V. (;. JhlilllS ..to\\ :' he ei ii accommodate! all r'lrd'I.'ri'ilh' !I aiiti hand for u L''rflOII of hU a-re, b -inir alftxittifuuii ; Agency. .

I .. .- la Polk:, at th* County Site, on Satnrdar. i j'j'1,..,. tho quirtity und<|ualitcf' all mtirW in his <>r *iSt: '' yours old. Ill. c6W 1 2s thct Col. James Gf'tla.to( I .'
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'- !I ln> >. on n* rood tc-ins .f" d.rk IIEIEln'"I'rmr.'t f
'BeadfMndq. Clothing the roth of April. (\ Tampa Nor 2((. 1SCO 4G-tf13Io.rIi1IKA I'rt" in the South. T tlll. afforded el.e- ( nit-l.itto. i iI I! 1 Tampa, "13.; niV duly authorized agentdu-/ ,
Hard Wart Officers and non-convmLs'ioned-otTicors i will i I ETMtfl1OE:'; if i ) Florida who will re- -
: : Saddlery WiKv \
ring \\
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to the nlltA, frrsh : Tampi Xo-r.17. J&tjc). 37IfJAi1ESSMITJL
assemble at the Tisiioi.-s Battalion supply ( I
_ & ,.p1an1c1oTools, Carpenter't mn.tcr cei\ and receipt in my name ns though were" tPeroalY
y ground, at 10 ,Vloek of the day previou to i iROOFJING. i rtvoecYU"Sc / -
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'bC.IlJ!I. ffiwl,. 1)W: Tlorr, master to be drilled by, the Battalion Commanding ,I Yvoxisiousj I IY Ii i1 P. T. TUCKER.

t fflatt_ jCncl'eryTJl'aret JJoolt J SkoetJIati ,I Officer. !j tstantly: on haul 1, null ai \ Ib1.f\lr. Ga.. April lfs 1S39. 11tC.WoUoe i
...'Ctfit tBoawt..Um&nl/4., By order W. I. TCr. En. KLoru. .,' ,
'- flue Gncerin it Froriiio, Col. 20th'Rrgt, F.M.BlXHlCCXTAL .SUPPLY or thi I ::- S\ 1IH"ri 7'Wi "ii I 'T1' of Sale. .
A superior ROOFINO j juti 15ACOX.; \I .... .J.J
_ c 'p.ol' BoooJx, received per.khoon..r Sir. J} I'oller.. Y VIRTUC of an order from \111 Probto
tUJU I'.r&cvlt' n
'1fJ/I' ."-' L'L'. .C.. ',.1.: OaoE" 5. It ha been nued I>r the Imcntor, for rix i \ arjl.I. men.SALT. I < 0AVD Court of Hillsborffneh Coonty, Florida. -
_ "- : : Tb. members of Beat :o. 4, Ilillsboroueh and. by a chemical lent will 14 FIFTY." Il i i" I,, 1 will fftVr 'for sale at public ontcry, in front -
4i AD of'which will be sold at. tJie' Very. Lowest County. whose residence are ill Ililhberouph, without Firell, and does net injure watfr; doe CORN: s'Gll0 i j. ,( the court house door in Tampa on Monday, -
consideration.Tampa.
--c Price*,for a under the new county divisionwill ref'ort.tor. not rot, melt and .. Jpiil 22i/t/lS6I. -
a* khingrle nor or run Ri tar \VIH>KY 1'1'I
: }larcla'I.. 8-tf. muter to Capt. Hughe*, and the members of, gravel t : rust a* liior l'N'aas Iatt'. mid i k : (jf,' i. tt e Milltr lIONS,. r..it Tea Pi. I DAme.1! RO E. The,aiJ neeroi -.
Beat Xo. 8, who> by the same county division cheaper than eiih.-r. |I ti\, &c.. &'. i Ality, TatHp-i Ha. I A UrcrJ"man of the Estate of James Stephen. Jec J. .,
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_:::1, ; Notice of Agency : hare falUa in Polk eornity, will report top For saie in TVrninn lIT Pr. F. BRANCH at Don't fopcet it-Btt'; ;T ;in3 are to bfc hal, at ; :-: '-- Watchn. Ck! Jewelry, t't;.. repairel Trtn-cah.part I .
i?V SXELL is pat. !a Tampa, Capt. Yan,'oa day of muster : the new stand of -
whose ,
(10L.n my OlTii-e samples! aid further particular! '. ill the 'liorte-tIirnc, and nt moderate chares I / F.LI-E nI'm'x .
_L \j dnrwg my sb'euee. JOHN WELSH.Jaa12th. -By order W. I. TUIWCF.K. ran 1 be obtained. r.. o. rAVAcr.vinr.: I Ahn''x F-t ..tt".rbt'M.1. i

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a .r" g. WM. ft ilOKEllOUSE / i "- :, 1. .-' :" tr1S1fi1"l' -
....Ct'I. I... 'oC. 10 '. .. & COn :- .1* 'okt.oks 13akr.cccsIIki 1 IIi.

: .;: .. '' ,1.1'to _' i imporiers and Wholesale! Da1en i in 7 _5 : : j :''ut. :.. )- .r ., :,. t.-
-i r
'- '. '\ .: .. .. itanc1les, Wine< Gins and 'Segr ifB'AI; : 'J'U': / ? 't:t.aJ k
o t iii 2 1 .4 6 0 I CC
t. of Patrick
: fi eo 718L 9 I Itk! 1 6 10 J1 It II : CIE ., ; Beg tcnve to call iKc attention of th/citizena I.. te deceased.laving'aiteo.lat b. :1fl7- '#' ," r. .: r.:

( : ns I uluUe 19k! 11 U I.21'* (8 I O SICK' ; ADA'tVRI j 1 ooo
: :
: ::: 2IIt21t IItl' ft3' 2t 22 24 25 2 21 LI e. pitt ttp'"trnder their ownsojxrvi.i6n.forfa'railT t laid Estate; itl Is btreroreJO YOffered.Thatthe 4l

, 1'l i {. ge tao I 1 and Mediebial tut, i in lues asttirUdt -* eredi rt d; liAR.,..&* J'u' "" t1 i., :' 11 .

"8It'l I Ii. '. .. 1 t t ,NERVOUS;:HEADACHE ;for sait.eiiitotners. Cltibs Military and other months fiom the date hereof file c1r..iE claims' .S u';aroliaaiojC\Jarteea." .. .,
: -. r! 8 4 '.1 ,6 ,1 8 I to 3cEL \': ) pabliebadie .iUjreqaire s pnrchae in large { auflt.sntleatest4 with the Judge Probate ._ "jII .- \ .

f OtftIt4I5t011t2I$14t5I0L7 ] :: 1 tJr fttfall Quantities, in casks or bottles will be' !. 1 6f the C&unty aforesaid, for prorata dUtribUon. ?-' ; tr.ft c ..i'Ji i ara.lcr.:

,-. UH1frtO2j2222. 11192(21222224( :. ALL,KINDS 0"' liberally dealt- with. Ptice-TUH sent-on *p1 1 J; .-.:And it Is'farther- *, -. '. -t .. h''_' ,: .

1 :42G22. $ ; I 2H6fl28293(1. ( pliCaticnu __'. Order. Tnt. publication of this Order be L -utsci; Mt.5
< .' .1 Headache made ia the Florida Peninsular.a newspaper ed,. !nj Cs5ci' dyspepwayUrerj .

:; 3.4 '1 8 8 I 1 2 a 4 .6 ,8 .1 .. OLD MOREHotJ8E BIT Elll published at &. :Florida; once a week .fotuti ; S a.- ,-. tc..s--pt- l

.- ; Ht 11 It 13 14 1b 16 l 1011 1 18 t. Recommended the first the i during the laid terra of she months.Giren jaundice, general _Jettlhy. paiptattpM :, ,;
= 17 L$192023 .222 UIGfl 18192011.2122G2829Z J best rem.dykoown by for, physicians as I Noiseless Sewing Machine. tinder my bond tbh! 16th day of December

', r21l4Ufll8 By the vae of liett rills the' pttioyJie at- tion Debility, and all ..r'bi.UK*. Asa tb" runua' tstt'IlIEVERTbREATSUCCFSS: A: D.48&a ? dirofcia aiarrHbea. jgufditLptn -. ts' .
, 2t1O tacks fftnotu vt SiCk Jleadaeht be' PERRY G; ITALL,' .
. ,t -l'f,.' ? I t .6 6 : ''l 2 J '4 I ,tented;; and if taken at the eomtnencernent may pre-of j; beverage it is pure 'wholtfom and del-! 't>t lie Gro 42-6nu -Judgsoi'zobatr. -'., .-. '
- r- ions ..
to Sold I
. ) i : I s 1 '10 It 12 11 c 'S '8 ., 10 11 t an attack Immediate relief from pain and .1e}. I f WM the B. MOREHOUSE by all':DrUtfgUU.CO., I' ; J. re* d Baker Sewing Machine throughout .IE ft.,j joas i ol(:'a pefjltj t ijain' inaSoirlnJback. .
;: : '$4 16 17 2( ; II 1- 1A16 1'118 l 19 ness will be ,obtained rol.)-N. the Southern Mate* ha* been .pee li.1r prat- Insolren6y ;

: ill 11 2! nI 17 to u 22j1S 24 26 16 They seldom fail in removing the Xatued 3 t 4 Exchange Placr.Jcrsoy ; ifvingt6the manufacturers Mho ate led to Notice of ,. It U especially't'd d4i loTftr&ifc .
X. J. ,
, \ 1811 City bvliete that their endeavors to make ft K ELI A- .
28 29 1.0. ., 27. 28 jO :31I and j&oJaeA* to which females are so subject. STAT or FM'.iDA.County ) '""*
1 S4 r is ,Tneyactfenlly upon the boweU! ,-rcmoring P. S.-The subscribers wieh to engage a few \I JUt machine have been appreciated. The policy I i of lleraando.Prolalt ) "+. ""*ir
I
actitc Local and for of the will be anti oaf J : .
Traveling unchanged
2 6801OI1 f" "ll.ll.nat,. menial AgenU Company '/ CeurLatjCJuiHiUrt 12. Coranlainti. .
Sefltmber
p 'f %
0 ": : 12 11 14 U 1 16 17 18 10 11 It 11 14 15 11 For tiltrary Jft, &. ; Delicate female. their ho'rtse 16-tthcnn! liberal inducement will heretofore, rack mi hine will be warranted. in II I .,D,1860., : \ i ** ',
: .. 1 2 21 22 23 14 2 1'l 18 19 :0 21 UtI and all persons ttdtnUry 'w'it. they are be offered. Ftt fartiottlsrs] address as *\*\'e.Nov. every respeetto be as represented.- at we t ;:;reri JntaltJ shotihl try bno Packaga
s ,' 282i8293021 1. t41t6272$292O i: valuable as lMxlin improring the appttitt ,' 10. 186Q. SeCm. manufacture ami sell the machine b..taJllrteelltoAl1 WHEREAS. Elizabeth Edwards Adminis-i .* .,
the Estate of Ed1wards.
Benjamin t
the wants of the people of the South, can
i4 .'2Z46G 12Z42$7 giting and t Lud riIof.tO the digestire oigans. be attested by thousands of Families and Planters late of said county deceased, has file W. .If. BLISS & C8I, fnpiitloBf
;
1 rcstorinr tn. natural and
elasticity
i | THE AMERICANMEDICAL who have them iu daily use; and,, feeling a written suggestion of the Insolvency of said
to 1f' 11 12 IS If 21 8 9 10 tl 12 13 14 ttrength of the whMe eystem.The I '
It l.[ SU Broody. Saw.T'ork
Kitate ; Is therefore .
,16 1 2O21 2 16 18,10 20 21 of'' 1 the imporlaee of meeting every want of the ; .v_
: ,; 1 ml! J2S 29 : 23 i: 2326S7l28f CEPHALIC' PILLS are the result AND TOILET southern people I we have ju.t introduced I Ordtred That the creditors! of said estate, :- t
12 I I | | I long Investigation ftd'carefully conducted ex-
; 1 J do file their claims:property authenticated,in Fore Saltt ia 6'1 .-.j K j
Tampa
; I: I.
i:. ,; *0 : ( 1 tfefimenta, baring been in uee iii ny yea IT, du-;j mrn ring which! time they hare prevented and re,1 1 l :
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR PLASTERS USE; \ do County, Stale aforesaid on or before the
TimoofRo1dingCouitz. tiered ra.t amofrot of pain and suffering i This book contains Keciprt end /)[,ttloll'for i ISth of March D Lobe consi.l- 2l'i. : !
I day A. 1860. i&O.i 4
/ I j i .
-,5 from Headache whether Originating in the making all the" most valuable Medical n machine that Will ew the finest fabrics for ? January {, .fy; :
preparalions ..
idercd aud dealt with prescribed by law. ,
and :
hon ebold the
the inmates of the coarsest
!
- : .: Jvp1cLL1.vc1LIcvrr.: MOToct ststem or from a deranged state of the iu Ilk ; also Recipe and fitM and expliut :on penalty of their claim being bared. It i i. ,-. ; J I -
J
BOtTBERV, the of the fi lJ. It 1
gooditor
: ttomaeh, I all the : negroes ,
i| direction for making most popalar further I IOrJ h :
A( / tir-momu P% Kiug They are entirefy vegetable in their compO'.itioc '.! and useful Cosmetics. Perfumes Ungn |':so simple ft construction that a servant ol ordinary -* rtJ. That publication the pfndcnev |t J ? l
r Solicitor Henry L. MiubclLUilUborongb [ai Restorative", and at I Toilet A tt ide,. capaeitv: can readily learn to work ite j ; ,
ent. r
IJ I-
. : -- and may be taken rt all times with an.l keep it "order. In ordinary wear thd of said suggestion and ord f be"made, by a< :i ,
I. perfect safety without matting any cfiange of 'If you are suffering with any chronic diseaseif : machine cannot get out of repair and should j rtising the ame once a week, for six 1 This Great Remedy U: lb..only y.sffir: ;' I
S -,: SPBISO TERM.. of diet, .dA* o&unte of any ditagrteabletattt you wish a bcnutiM complexion: a fine' : constructed with : months, in the Florid Peniittnlar, a new*!,-I I .
l Taut r
yeai--bTng /
I bead of hair, a smooth lace, a clear kin, a1luxuriant many Ii:
uernAn4ro4th Monday March readers it 10 aJutinitter them tockil- in Florida.
; published Tampa
east We feel per
f'- beard monst be if with I II '; 1 -'care'as to durability. everycotifithenec i Cure before the pe pr"Ii is easily;.U-
I or at -or
you
1st J" PERRY C. WALL
April ;r .\ Judge.
Z
it the
(*I of giving most eomi.heteI IThat. |L I 'H'
,. Polk,,. ', U. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! to know anything and everything in the Med! :j 1 I satisfaction. machine will do bettt Sept. 15th, 18CO. 8Cm.PATROL J
j Mvt.eelit Maj.Maf. The genuine have five signatures of Henry 'I ical and Toilet line you should by all means sewing than can be onr done by hand i il evidenced r |ken, anJ LM ,no.l:..., Can b H Ie&l
full ,
of this Lull'or it.
i a part u- '
I 'Ii1ouroe W" C.SpafdingonescbBoL :I I peruse copy ( testimonials from NOTICE.
l(v puuurous many we
lan and of the work for
sample perusal,
11 I '.... .' _- a ** n> L; TEKM.He'rnando Bold by' druggist and all other Dealers in jfrte.I ( ) nJJrea a selcttandinvite the attention a few, a* showing PERSONS, in Beat No. S, subJectto|I by mull. Tta full directions,aroootl eac -
Medicines. .
.... 2d in OftoLef.nillborongh'r I I T. F. CHAPMAN, Publisher. I I I Patrol notified that said -,
I i
Monday duty, are hereby j -
, /1 3d"' A Box will be sent prepaid on receipt of the] 'J I No. 831 Bioadway N. V. ,, ; WHAT- SOUTHERN rEOI'LEY: Beat i i.divided'into two Di trieU Tampa and j I[ I ISimmon p*ck*ee, ir complied. with, will e tf. ect _i
i- 1\ Polk lit November. ;PRICE 25 CENTS. I Nov. 10 Ib60. a5m. lts.jErrensox DAVW present her compliment : *' Hammoek-W. T. Haikins Captain f "/ *T

: )Manatee JJ" ..mt All orders should be addressed to I : *to G rover A Baker and take pleasure' of the former and Edmund Jones, of the. latter. '' : Monroe, 2\t. December. HENRY C. SPALDING. in-ajing that he has used one of their machines i ij 1:. District.j .
.
.) I 4JB__ rf4tnr_____ Xlrfft___ "__.. .fVoiv._ n York._ __ ___ Z1r To Persons nyi of EflpZogneflff1( j for two }'ear*, And finds it still in goucll j I Said persons will al] '--.

L. .: CHANGE OF MAli. SCHEDULE I Iiff t AGENTS WANTED order] makes I beautiful stitch, and dOe eII) ., fine for non-performance of duty is the same |i leu double. witboat. !Iou of."X time' ,-..or{
I work of any' kiniLWashinIon D. C as for neglecting mutter. '

2 From to Galncsrllle.lEAYETAJJPA I IJ .I THE FOLLOWING EXDORSEMEXTO OF In emy) County of the I'niltd! Stairs I .'I have used. ono CrOrr'd Baker's Family JAMES COOK.
n- Tampa Sen ing )1 (. three Capt. of Beat .'. 2.FelVuarj I'
pJ A1I.JDrN@ engnge in the sal* (If some of the beet years .\j .
TO and : and do not hesitate to say that it has given en- 9tb. 1861. : 49-tC lCmuJ ,
uioet elegantly WerLspublishtd. -
I J -: -Sundayi, Tueidayi.TJmrtdayt adt | tiro rti i$ fi etion. I cheerfully recommend them I .
at 1 P. Jf. CEPHALIC PILLS -Notlcoto f QatiereriiA1 1 ,1
to all vHio to have their sewing well Stock -
Our of the inc'if !interest 1 '
publication are )
'tat
Planters;tbis uabl for
\ .
: ARRIVE AT TAMPA-J/o-Aiy.',. W td"t.- to the nt of Far-j 1 Robert Widdieotne,I ., u RetnsJy .
'ingcharll ttr. adapted w* ine
: 1t l.,. ,W Friday, at\ P. X. WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER From ; met Meihanic and )ieli.int. ; ,they arc pub1 1aIJqiliekljJonl'-J/: \ J Jj f S . : i p. T 1Tottrnegfoet

,L Tlus arrangement .will 'go into operationon 1 i li.lied in the beet *t\l It' nnJ bound in the most,4 j "1 taCo pleasure I in 1 )'in&. that the ."JroverL I ; stn their health. ;ndeon, __

:, *on Suaday. the 2d of December. Our citisen : Headache substantial manner and arc w ithya place in ; HI1.or Sewing Machines have more than sustained -': Having sold my entire Stock of' Cattle this i;, > ,*.*-fr- "l.d

": .v wul, therefore lake notice that hereaf- I the Library of cur)' Ilounrliuld in hue and. my expectation. After trying and re-i(I day. notice is hereby given, to all persons in* stilulioa ; Mvctroulou< 0tiias: cure 4
, : '. tetvthehour of closing the Tampa Mails. will l > ty To mend of enterprise) old industrious I turning other I have three of them in operation terested of the fact and also to forewarn all -, '- / .
'. eVtloek, p. m. THAT A I'' habits, this l"u.in'!'M otTeni an opportuuity for in my dirT.reut 'lact. and, after four Stock-gatherers or other persons against kill.!I .,;"

1*, :-" A. DcLAUXAY, P. M. SPEEDY AND SURE CURE.IS I I< profitable"employment to be met with. )years'trill) have no fault l rind."-/ JL Hamniond. (j ing.. driving or in any .way interfering with I quick ; sare*. .a Lig dodr'.iiefst1s. '! n'lWf.

I b D.c. lit, 180Q 3f lf. : jy TerfOhS Jr iring to net us agents will Senator nfSvuth Carol ina. aid stock or any portion of it-except when I J I ,Jl( ,/I

.t : -.. WITHIN THEIR REACH.A reciive promptly)' mail full particulars : "ily I wire has had one Grovor and BakerV done for the benefit.of the stock. ... '

: '*" The work Done and; to be Done these Teitinoniali- i I te'rmfl. de., by a. dre 'inirLrA '! Family Sewing Machines for some lime and 1'am : W. B. HOOKER. I I t ..'.. \o$
I i were vnioliettej by R Y. 0 CTZ J Coi'iibhisheru, : satisfied i i it one of the best October 19th 1860. 33.lf. : 5
't .' STATLS RECfr.IIED. J/r. SPALDINO, they afford unquestionable : lalour'linj' For aIN T M/Hi .6y -q :
; S _' I No. 2:4 N orth Second rett Philadrlphi that has boon invented. ". S
_. South Carolina. December 20 I860 : proof of tkt efltaey .of tAi, Oct. 2. 1800. S3.Cm.' I,1.'bil1t'ure1 reCltflJin&it to the public."- :< TAX ASSES&oR'S SALE. : f_ :DIIA.. .CJI., '.

1: 1tiAS ippi. January, 1351. iciruti/ic d.ortr31..tIOinLE I -- --- i II. G. Jarri.Gvttrnorvf Ttunefiee. I \,rn.L he sold at publio auction ia front o. January 21t, 1880.. 4O.1c!.

t Florida.Alabama.. January 10, r8G J :: Cc5..}'"b. 5, 1SC1.I 1. [ THE NEWSPAPER OF THE SOUTH. i i ".! take pleasure in a\ing that the Groverj I j I IT tbe court-huuro door, in tbe City of Tam.,I S .
!Inilmie b I Imy the first in. D.j "
tt Sewing II pa. on Monday January A. "J "
a '
January 11 1681. lnkr. ,Cnllu.t.ined nI '
I I MB. SrALMxc. -
k : JJ'Jl 1b @
'I expectotioiii", !r.l.: after o : 1861, the following described ,property, to- I o -
2 Georgia. January 10, 1801.Januaiv I I Sia: Tho Charleston MercuryI 1 a year I am to veil |.leaded with it that 1 tike; vit: The N. \\'. J of theS. E J and ,the 8.W, D- I
r Louisiana 26, 1601. ', have' tried jour Cophslic Pill*, and / hie : plea,urc in it to my "i-icuijs.- fractional }. and the S. } cf the N. W. frae-1 i' ::. .
_: '' them to well that I want von to .rend me two> ;I the latest and most rt-liab'c! |H>liical( r.ummel..tllj tional 1OQONegrooaCuredTearIy.I
Texas.. 'February 1. :1801. : JIrt H /1itlhoflt. ( rgtttI, D. C. : J. of Nntion 32. Township 29 South .
.
dollars worth more.Partof commereial and general news from all parts acres'I .
'seEm C0CKTIOK8 ORDERED? theoe are for the neighbor, to whomI i (If the woiM. Its special .correspondents furi i '-] .itnh very ruuvh. pleased with my le'in& Uange. IS!l"- .Ijist le\ied-containing1446(1 fur 100 and uJ' TAKE NOTICE.* &.s '
if :iii ie or tu\iS. *
!i1araa. (propably) January .28, ? gave a few out of the fint box I got from i nii-h I.)' Mkil and T..l gr/lI'Io, iull and' early accounts I machine; 1 ('oiil Virinia.i Febnnry: 13, I' |i of e\erything' of interest that transi not take ten time w'hal it cost me. It mortllnn )'dil.is i gnaranleeJ to cure the worst -
you.Send the the Pill by.mail. and obligeYourobVServant nircs iu the gru'nt ili'u of J.u"urand Ainer- I realize mv mo.t sanguine ul cl nti"ul -
North Carolina. :
Febrnnry 18, ? ; 1 leA -( A' yath. c anuJcii ( if, y.: c. -AT/0-At, Ute urn time and place. the. c..sei. of DY.-5ENTEKV. DIAilin: TfBiusw. ..., I '1 I t N. otthe N. W. friKtiorul Soc.
uar, S. ? i' ; "The Grover Baker Machine has } i. SJ, TownthipWS. .
JAMES KENNEDY.1l4I The -\c\v cf the Sooth rrrthti sprrial >t fullyiitihle.h 'I
Ifi 5I.hi .
Ratine-13 contaiuirg
The following-Southern 9i.it?rBare: otl 1 I i ] my expectationv A important '
,. altrntion.PolitieAlly. ([ 1'1) acre, lucre or less-levied upon for taos. andat1verti.cd .iI i-.;
;; chiiraclt-ii'lic of the i is i .
called conventions ; n '
yet :. ; 1' Tfb.6 IUAdal1 yerrimplethal \ I 1 I
[ < f 1861 the a* the property; of R. W. Norrii. Si-IJ I by Druggists anJ MercbantJ cierI-
}ht. Sr.I.LtI''G. M .tctaT represent the :, any negm enmmon nndcrstanolimanugeit. .
Kcntuiky .
Maryland. Sia States Uiirhts i6l11l1'e i element, and a,1u. ini.cnn Mine ha" been U.I] cxclui WM. S. SPENCER.: I f.t where.: *
c )1. urt. Delaware. : She'll anti ox officio Tax As'r Jf CoU
:
the union of the Southern in t. about six
elites States i i\rly a nnro r\aat inoiithi I
: .: '- I wi"h von to end me one mow box of your December I i I. -
"- -- -.,- : maintaining their rights and establishing their and Im ) *er been out of urJ "_Her. J. let.ISCa 394The J .''
: r.
-- Cephalic Pill I ka re received a great deal of : 1 For sale in "
: Tampa
above sales by' !
-_: iTo' the Fiends benefit from tAnn.i : fecllri''). p J/uHltr", Union Spriityit, .la. are j ostponcd until the firstMonlay :;, ,
I Daily! Mercurv[ I \rnrin adrante ?10.00i ) ((3d Jay) of June next. -
O.tk\UTlIEltX ; "1 t take }- in F. ; -
Grower
= PIOGUESS.. i YOUJT renpeetirely.'i i i Tri-W I k1\' 5."H> ] Family p a ure Sewing recommending) We have.tBaikers January 19, IfcCl. 46-5m$ UIIAN'CIK'J

"" l.-- ;' MARY ANN STOIKHOUSE.Sratci '.Vo paper sent unlett fie cash aetotapattieii u-ed six mortho b.hiD.and it is all I-t V v j 'J mil.- 1801. 4-t(: .-
one more thal !t AD I I.lSISTnATOr.5 '.OTICE. '> .
DELOWS REJ IEW: '
tJie order. I- -
: that itii, repre *nte J to he. It :J not tftly ft'oonvecienW 5
,
: CarrK. llrsnxcTov Co.; PA, )Jt i I:. B. RIlETT.Jr., but it J I I MONTHS after date shall present I!I-------k-S
; ., I we regard an indispensable neeesjitv. SIX my :
: %. vLT7XxX. 1 t January 18, 181.I f fi I :6-tl' Cnare! .tol1. S C. ."-1I *. J F Dovltll. La }'Ittt. : and vouchers upon the Estate oft I; Savannah MorningNew8.
'
': ., -- i II. C. SrAU>ro. I William Rn'hing. late of HilUborougb ecuni : ITBUMUO BT .
; ; Sit: I .ia.I j i ty, Florida, deceased to the lion. Simon Tur. ,TULU DLOIS ". T.'TUOMPSt6N Edltorf, I r
With number the tbirlielh "I confess nirself delighted ) ;
the begin ;
January : Yon will plea es ndme two ltf>xt* <>f yourCehali CHESTNUT GROVEWIlTS \vhub \ill your sewing !j man, Judge of Probate and a'k to t.e di. ,
volume of this monthly, hich is the on- machine, \ has been in my family for
I charged from the further administration oft
t Pills. Send them
r '4 IrSoulbernwork: that Iiaa ever sustained itself { Respectfully immiedistely., many months. It has always bee ready' furtiuty. I said Estate. 11 EN 11Y M.. FRI :. Atlut.November Largest Dally; :tio* I'M *<*, Stuiiif f
'amid 'all discouragements and which ho J' yoursNo. i I requiring no IItlju.tm"l1t.! and is easily .Georgia '
] 24, l8&t.JnJIm'IsrR.froR's :8:6m. -
I
/ 'I.
I eensistentlv for fifteen years exhibited tbe re- 'J n. SIMMONS. t adapted to every >variety of sewiup by simply; 1 -- t

I. ponreee:and advocated t'de rights and dotievoff''I P.:S.-fltate ,ed'one' lox of y>nr.Pill, and' IiI :1IIfI ..hnnlntIle "I pool* of thread."-J/r\<: Lutitia '! XOTICE. ,: Dally Hominy Xevi. f8 00 per annum ia :ad

. this eection of the Union.t \i"d tAn excellent _. TOP'PIOI Loviitille, Ky. vance.TriWetlltt. S t
r.i IB the present time it appeals confidently : SIX MONTHS after date, I hall present my 4
. R J T.Tl.e "Xtlil'ourmftdlin'h" fartl l a*
for greatly enlarged circulation and fnprompt -: BCLLC Yu,o OHIO Jan. 15, 1861. on \
} a from all subscribers. It can a.I.t..1) ) f..1 fnt. t fabrics to the the Estate of Sarah Benner, deceased, to the I I Monday Wednesday and Friday. at (4 eu.
payment the time to send mail I i t Hexar C. 8PALDIOfG E q. : cntcrpii-inir j roprietcr of : h..n'.i..t.uin. and sews stronger faster, Judge of Probate of Hemaodo county;for fi- : per annum.UVUjfAVra. .
Now is on by name
and Abolition > Please'find enclosed ,twenty-five cent*. f.'r: CHESXUT GROVE: KEY. 81.lmllre beatifiilly than one can Imagine. I nat settlement and ask to be discharcc fiom I! publi every Salurdiy at. I II
f' for 5>iew as journals are \\'Jlt. :
year cou replaced, uwnc"I.1; $2 UO annum, always in advance.
mile per ,
; which send me another box of Ceplialicll'flU the further admini-lration on said Etate. |
will be your .
discontinued
1 to Le iuto home channels., subscriptions turned j They art truly the btat rule I hate: (THe Purest Medical Aeei.t cr known.,) buy it."-Mr*. E. larI., Louis. ,die Ky. HENRY BENNER Adm. 'I! TO AD-fCRTISKRR.. .

: \i eter tried. bas (urnihie.I the community, n StmniWt t, Inclination ar.d other circumstances having October13, 1860. 426m j The large circulation the c'ninF'r. ; 4I.
&: TERMS f3 Pin AS!T*. l'nre.h1enlhful I and Invigorating at the "aax biott ht uiiiKr my exaniina.ioa several I in boil, city and country anti especially'i ; _
M.
Direct A. STOVER P. I prom-
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Three copies for .... ....... .HOlirecopies t' time a mild delicious be"'cinue. It i i. mlcula- men;sewing maehtne. .and led to an anjuaiu i ADMINISTUATOirS :OTICE.'SIX families-its Daily circulation being lari er :
for..... ... ......$15 Belle Vcrnon Wyandot Cu., O. ted to do away with the tile Jru!tl'.l. stuff tame with their mrill should my opinion be' than that of any paper in the State-renders t 1
'. Ten copies for..........,(25 I that i is palmed ,.If on the ronimuinty, and .It-fine 1 of any' "allt', woiilJ not hesitate to month after date, I shall present my I it the best possible medium for all! those who' ,
All current bank notes received, or ordersjpon I Bcvnur', Mat, Dec. 11, 1660.II. which i is injnriob to l holy arid ";.. In ad- {necor.I the preference to G rover tk Bakere.- : and vouchers upon the Estate of I wish to maketheirbuiaeuand wants know ''f'

merchants in any of tbe tons or cities. C. SFALPISO Es I'diti 'n thecf.titieates brtieitb, I lie, Im* received /, J. I(.VrniOHtVlaytnnntt Del."llavini ; Aaron Whitemore, latoof llilUboroiigh county to the public in a way which will insure the .
I 'a Diploma from the STATE AniMCIJLlL'R-: Florida, deeeaed to the Hon. Simon fur ( ".
; r Back numbers volumes or sets can be sup I wish for IOmedreulars or large hnw bill, I use-l :, mo .t prompt and profitable returns. .:
; one Bakrr'sing \> Jiul of 1'iobate nnd ask be dicharie.1 !, '
to
-OCnTY.nnlnt.1ilionnl tentimony (toni (fro\r. \ man ;:e Sept. ( .
1lied. will be found tbe office j I to bring your Cephalic Pills more particularly 1)1:!. JACKSON of Ilonton. who testifies ifn- Maebiiiesfor \\ \ inulthc.I I d I,> not ln--i i trom the furtaer ndinrni,traUon of't. 83,1800.rnosrEcrus. .tr } 4
tTheE1tor at before customers If ha\. thing' .
i my you uj tier oath to ill absolute late to express my" with it. said } l3t't'.
rlll'it /
of the 1'inr-\0:6S Camp. street New Orleans ''of the kind pleae send to roe. 4 It has iicverbecnuuit hI order, and its placelioiil.l ELIZABETH KEEN, Adm'x. .; OF..TI1E I II
] Ixi.Jan. .' One of mv customer who is mbjoct to e. CERTIFICATES. I not l Iv ; 1 ,] it
October
t'N'llln a i* 27. 1 J8ot 34-Cm.
23, 1861 47-tf Sick Headache usually I luting t tat. fllIll',1 .. i "LADIES' PARLOR COMP ANION.tt k F-
Vera ( I J'htladtfukit. .sV pt. ?/*. 11 q. eonibining inor t"*.I than: an"Ih.r.. ." ---. ,
!')*. We have >he sample nfChesnnt L'htliry, .1 DMI.VS 7'll.ITOWS XOTICK. flUtE undersigned proposes commence the f
: HOWARD\ lSS0'CI1TION which I sent Iler.lte'pecLfulh' Grove Whiskey w:l hieyou!/ sent 114, Fr"t" George Co.n.ty, .11./. Q1X MONTHS from, the date bercvf. I shall tt 1 publication of a monthly LitC".rl1t"t..f4/ i \' ,

yours and find that it contain none of'tlio (( ,,'\ "I take pleasure in mommt'IIHul(;rover AHuktiVsening 13 Administrator on the Estate of Joshua per under tbe above title so poon as a sufficient' '
i k PJIIL"DEI4POIA \.W. B. W1LKES.t'rtn I OIM Substance Lnnnn *. Fu.il Oil, nbicb i i. th public. It ha* Platt deceased, |rcsent my account and vouchI ,. number of subscriber can be obtained to warrant -' I

: .4 &rrnooltwt'I".ti/td' <*/ UiahcI oy special iliaraeteri'tic and injurions ingredient tf t'uvbisLevin gi>eii every satisfaction in my family, and I to tIle ,Ju i!e uf Probate of Hernando the enterprise. There are many Literary .-

}* tet/or tke Kefief of tAt Sick assJM tke Eiamlner. yorfoll, Ya. ccneral tme. \r'tuuutler it one of the most ;"tat.le'larhinl county. for tinal tetllemcnt. and ask to be tilevharctl ,- r.persl'ortb and South bat perhaps nODe Oil t .

'D lrtrffl aJliUJwitlt I irlrtd .p J,.. i 1 Cephalic_ PilU accomplish the object for 13xTlI. GARRET. A (\\ I.\(. in us-not only.fur iutrlng'l-b'lt simplicity 1 from the further administration of( the the same plan proposed by tb. an4".i"eol! Ii
if'Diteatet'andetperialliffor IA* Cure of tit which thy were made Mil Cure,of headache t .tali.tital; Ck'iHitti.Xfv ", an<.lnnt being ".t order. aid Estate. JOHN PLAIT Adm. The paper will be devoted to LITERATURE; 1 I
--c... Ditratrt of the Sexual OrgttiSEDICAL 1 I. in all itrform Yori:SfjJ. Zd, 183?: I Twoiiljl I a l\i-eany person to pnrehn one >f''II| October, 1860. ,II ." 8Sin.. i',I and is designed for the sole benefit of 5o4" 4
I baVc tfislizoJ t"el in preference to have Ladltt and hence their energies should be exercMed j
II
ADVICE & a sample of Cbcmt fJrorWiukker. > aUotll'rl seen. _
given gratis by -- ---
-Itt ,I Simon Stone ." Ya.I in its behalf. TIle necessity lor'erica 'T i '
NOTICE. a
!' r.ri-ed from Mr. Charles Wharton
.LU. ActingSurgeonjltoall who apply by let., : tr A',inglebottleof SPALIHNG PRDPAIIED 0'/01' I II this of
Florida
journaljn portion a* a Southern -
i'hila.I .
h I term with a cription of,their condition) age CLUE will save. ten times it* cost annually. i Jr.. of lplli- and baling enrefully tested think it by far the best patent in ue.- \ I.L PERSONS having demands against tbe enterprise can be but too apparent. How 4 cisncltare
4-ecnpaliou, habits of life *c,) and ia cases 1SPALIIN's i i.. I am pleased to state that it t* eiitirelr This machine can be ad pted fiom the finest. A. litateof Je *np J. Eubank late l>f Hers now .winmingialuurlat the North many t

S of extreme poverty, Medicines famished fnt free frompoi rnoiis or deleterious' ) i-uTi;! charge. PREPARED (; lit i in an uniMUtHpure! and line fla\ortd ,.ju/litv l- faster and beautiful without out all indebted patronage;
i I IXE'PALDIXG etronger more than one \ delay, persons to while Southern female talent is strangled for : l'
-. VALUABLE RETORTS: on SpermaforrMfa;\ '- of whifley. cnn imntinl. If mine eonJ not be replaced,. sail Estate are reqnotted to make immediate the want of a medium through which e"-

.p' -. aiidVther Diseases of the: Snaal Organs' and PREPARED GLUE!, JAMES. R. CLINTON..itxiljtiral money could not buy it:Jfr.J[ G. i'roiru, pa>-m'nt to the undersicned. All creditor, to exercise it. proper .i i I :.
in the 1)i.penurysent'tfrt1raicted i. I'hemitt. -I t ,
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.' M NEW-REMEDIES employed Xaa1it. lean. ana peruneentitledIto' distribution are hereby This U not said for the purpose of aggratating .
': .:. in sealed letter t 8PALDINGS PREPARED GLUE! Boston, Marrh 'Ci; 183 !. "1 take pleasure in recommending the Gro- notified that their claims and demand will b!* an already deplorable sectional strife and .\ .
e
t ,'. envelopes, free of charge Two or. three i!J I i. TIlFplECESl'ECONOMY I have mvle a cbemicjl anahsii'of'e.mmer- ter A Baker Sewing Machine over all othef I barred at the expiration of two years from this:, hatred now existing between the secttoas:nor '" 4'-.; .,
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j Stamps for postage will be aceeptabla.PR SAVE I cia! sample of Cliei-nut Grove,Vlntkey whieli in us.'. Mine i is the only one in this vicinity;, 'date, unless exhibited within that time. disparaging any actual claims which Northera

; Address J. SKILLIS 1tOGQUTO DISPATCH! proves'tffIKS I free from the' hekvy FtiVil Oil.> but I hope ere long to see one in every faznily..f ;.A'I W. .EUBANK.\ Admr. 1: enterprise may have upon as for patronage aa N-

,y Acting Sorpeon, Howard Aoeialion.No. 2 fJP STITCH re TIME SAVES NiM.JEJ! and perfectly* pure and unaJultemte.l. Tii -.. 1 WaiLer,Jferrit'. Bridge, S. C. February, 23d. 1861. 51-8w., an integral part and parcel of a common coua-
oath Ninth Street, Philadelphia. Pa. By jl!i i As accidents will happen, even in well regu- fine flavor of tlifs Whiskey j is .1t't\"M, (rom, t try. lint it cannot be denied. however much .
-. j '.rJeref Directors Mated', families, i it u very desirable to have some the Grain used in manufacturing it. "I an happy to giv my testimony in favor .YOTICE.I it may be deplored, that there is a secret fire
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." EZRA D. HEARTWELU Pmul".t.f I cheap and convenient way fJ?' rrjuwing Furnitore Respectfully. A. H. hAYES Jf.; D* ofGrover & Baker'sewing )Ichnt end 01 I MONTHS after this date, I will i>re- I I burning Let"'Ha.the two section which may
OEO. FAIRCIHLP. Secretary.February Toys Crockery, Ac. 5.'rre.< the perfect satisfaction give,) every rt.I .. TWO. .
t ; wayrr, No. 16, Box.'Ntcn street. my account and vouchers to the lion. verr soon kindle into a blaze of dweolntion sad -
28d. 1861. 3My. /"rJ-tJ peet. I sews neatly and i i. by no means com.plicated .. oC1'roLIwithin and
for of
: \ SPALDINGS PREPARED GLUE /e4yC. WhlAlT0N.Jr. and I Judge the Cuunty we M forced to set tp for ourselves aa fade
: prefer it to nil other I hay.v.4en..Vra. .
Sole p State of anti ask that
Florida
Principal Arebt. HilUborough. In view of this
meets all such emergencies, and no householdcan pendentSoutbernConfedersey. 14XI
: A CARD s afford to be without i it. It is always ready, I No'll6 WalnptSt, PhilaJelp'M.n' Jfemphit Bryan Ten*tit ty tier. A. M. my first Annual Settlement upon the Administration .., 1 fact the South should be prepared to develop,,
D'yan
: Dee. 1st. 1 ISCf 3m.33." of Ihs Estate of Mary Wilson be an- all herresoureeeint.eU.etuaIlyssw.1l
the once
and
up to slicking point. t I _ '
L: i'FTEK THIS DATE my>business will be ][i EYER\'nOCSE W e have used one ofOrover A Baker' Sewing duet and allowed. ''a' pecuniarily. S-re
."USEFUL IX XO TICK
Jl conducted on the I I"hine in 0 shop for three years pa,t, \VM. WILSON, AdmV.in The ppprwiI1b.ofgooJ'siiaspartot
: I i N. B.-A Bnsb. accompanies each Bottle. TJllr.nD..\\8 after date I will apply and perfectly praticable. en.il\' kept in I Feb. 1SC1. 48-Sw. t, form, and will be under the aapeff iaion.of the }i -
7 ;; CASH SYSTEM PViee. 25 cenU Jude of Probate witlrni! anil order, and to various kind of ,orki'ri best female writers the Sooth. Terms two ,

I shall continue to keep fur 8410.! apply of Address. HEXRY-C.-SPALD1NO' ; .for tile Coontv of HilUbortiUjth'' t Fli r- I tailor'*hnn. We take pleasure in retommendinit Agency. : I I dollar, variably in advance. An I.tUrt rnortb -
ASSORTED lElU IIA D1SE. and 'iteall yo.48. CEDAR Street, Se'W'1 ". i, ida. for an order to' sell Lot No: .&.' r.t *k'No. to the public."-/ .1. BrI T HEREBY appoint Cot James Gettis of'r, business conntcted with the paper, 's

.; who -'ant Good BarffttUa to call and 4'. in the City ef Tampa according to the tCo. Columbu (r. JL Tampa Fla., my dulv authorized agent,during ..' addressed to the undrttgntA i ? ''
examine my stock before purebMHig elsewhere. CAUTION' inrvcy of IS't Sad lot i it a part of the Estate OFFICES OF EXHIBITION AND SALE: my absence from'Florida, who will receive -!' JAS. A. J. BLZW1-,

{ .I To toy old friend ICeel: \1tdr"maare1K1.1 j I 1- Areer-t4i.zipriaeipIedpcr.ons are attempti e'f my Wards Marv' and John' Bravo. 495 Broadway, New York; 181 BaltimoreStreet ; and receipt <10 my name as though I I Mariana, Florida.' 1

gaUons for past favors.- and shill .", t'i i lag to palm off oa the unsuspecting public im- FLEC'JA BLACK, Guardian. Baltimore"; 11 baDic.' Institute, Kith} personally present reI I Aug. :!Qi, 18. 33ILS 1W

'I continue P>. surt4Ttlb m lOa tint above-term !Rations my PREPARED GLUE. I would I Feb. 23d. 1861. f:>-4. mend; 249- King Stret CLaiIe I'tT.TUCKER.BIalvlj'Ga.A'pritI6 ft :

;'t._ II Ii .O.-COVACEVlClt;; j cautioa all persons to examine before purchasing Frands Street, ; Camp.Str tt.New ; 1859. 11-lt' 1 i11

; Tatupa, January I, 186K .*'tf. I and kri&at theM name' j 1- D U A'N' Kf1tAl.I < Orleans'94 Fourth Street, Louisville1; Il''linl' NOTICE. OF AGD'c. : .. 1
j j jf G'S mEr-AR'tIjatU .JP ', R. B'ioek, Lexington ; 124'North }' :' N0 CE. M. S. SPENCER.:}':Is hrepoiot.'
C1rSPALD1t F L'OST'llbn'SES.F Street 8t. Louis: Thomas P. Stoveall, A'nstageut ""Vf POST. Esq.. is hereby appointed IDJ'".\\J I : ed my Agent ia thu place duriag my' t it
"- B 1 a n k B', is on the outside wrapper;all"others are swind192 ;'OR .iLE At the "}'loriJ: rentu. ular" office for Georgia ; Mrs. C. Branard. f. ;JJJL. Agent in tills pl ee. ab.eut'e'rrOD1 the State f' '

:/ .' .- Of all kinds, printed at tbU Office with i: counterfeit > : ton, \gent for Texas. Agencies will be fount(]r A. MERANPA.J7 S JOHN W". UODARTh. : i -

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