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The Floridian & journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00394
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00394
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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\ LLAISSin TALLAHASSEEGAHEIAGE ..15taidt, i:al :. In !iir->, s.iltp -tr?. Alum, :ul i their! laarhintryith vottoii rai-v .

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:. ;.y; l rHY SATURDAY ."r ,101,1'rn I.1.f.U iibwh..sf; ', 1'1 1oI.' !- .- -I't trJ 12. tlt'iI.II! ; ---. ,- t rf'C".1 em ".r attic issuddeiily! imipo!&.
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S S S ; lit .. .." :111. : .".l:." t. I.I 4If.i. r.." :|" htI: frt-.r: F-*. J. E. i'rRDY. Aromatic Tonic Bitters. r", Pa-cierted l. lHjn ti'", Dran!t*. Pita Aridt.. mxl !! IKT I.eggt-d at a Rmcory, anti returned it ; u'.ch'iJ'i.III.; ou I'uLIic' ant po'itical Lusifeur .

I I s.I': I .' te' .1"tIUI. : ;'n*... t'.tr..- Tl><> rciircii't-r .l la.I":(iu-j ihioit;;h the post olee.( {M)or as xxhen it 1:1IuI I hess, >.'! i isingrej..nbs; from the! depart-

..1-; t .t : in .I.;".,-0'1.1.111.c>.!-.rUt-1..1; dl t.&t1..1 IIMr tI. ti.! |>ubiir.i tL-t !. rti.I ,<.tiiiniit* .he Agcwy of l.en.n I S1_ ate an iina'iriUk-! !idt'! f>r tU.se nlHirte" .th : L'.'r'.1.! UasU-rry \iiw-jar Tn'sli: S.ilnn-ri' l l..obtcr.Jle.i.h.ck. ; to liiiii. 11 iio vv.uiti a shillai! .: tl) p'irchisc 1I1t'I.t; and psill.ug up: tn.arrcrag's ol I.i-

S iix' | : 'I. --I : 'O.li'11e.11 o \ : Luouu :..1 l justly ccleLraU-d I.ieie..a.) | | In li; vM.iui or lir ol, Apiwtite; hbiitliwvnLouiu JI\lhlotlt 1..1L:1. s' .':"rt'li I'aellc' i mine urieiit., neresi-ary r.rtirle, he ...* onfli.itJgi' her vS.ih lhed.iv: honn may hare left unfit

S S. .. .11. .an'I I.' ; .Ii.. .:.:i"::11\ '.:.r..9).efr.y l, lufcuv | uiieLtwii \ketltr fc \\ ton's. ficirittg JI.zr!. ,uo8, tftil: :rii:,: fr"hi: l-l.i atlnhlaut iKicuUtit inVunn ti, rvtiitr(1-' .. jotcli Ale fln.1| "'.-.Io'r. in: hi* ;poi-kff, and draxxs! a check.it .- i ishml. \tver.ti t'je'o' a more laboiioua

.. siarr.u'.oi to buT. Talni-! M>". "I't. !j. 1SS9. 39 t'r.nn HCkiiirs t r i.--1.; > 30,000 Havana Scgars.A1I5S i the! ofJire and
'I. 1.xt: \' 't | I mates will liii'l ill the Artunatie c Tmiw liittera vilual.le I. : .'. LIVEL1.May I he paxs his Luurd) a tl.y or I Ixxo U-fore man i.1 the l.iijli never inmte, pvr-

:: : .I tu .M'r. f .:3 w r ; r y R ri'iiM-ily, Lritvuig anti hUOl1.c. .I'"'Ilean I II I !l. IPS'1 i end of tlie i'i 'i.th, 'Iu ikinruris! a diicoui.t ii,; hap: whoso real and earnest desire to servo

,. 1- Ps P Ab-1 &tl t 1 E J ,1"11 l'r".t-ato.J. ._ '_ '_ ._ t ready '.11..1\(). 1 lie un..loys :1 nun .M-IX.U.I the ;piihlic interest has Icon so dis:1 tlio aIJ.

I irf"Z't'Is fir ue &Mi iinany: llie D..tl God Liver Oil. i to cut hi. hair, and lortti_ hi! nt C'l.ristuias. nnine4)I1eeietI.
A. J. PBELER'S : ":7': : t : l. II
; 7 l. I'rtiiireJ and < i v letter
hi.n it Another
because
IL GHKGOIIY & CO. TnF.Str ANI ITKKi.f tWW..U-d nraaIltffrnian Daurinj i is e ch--\\inl! hj oc- says :
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A\V 6 COLLECTION OFFICE : ;i:: : I Clark: Co. tt Ru..l.tom'a. II of sole! .leather! I lie I! the hardest! man in Wast
"U K Pi opt ii t..r .if !".\ i:UMidnu; ht tit.- > ('M'11I HI r.iiAAnuN'ttlTl'lT : n.l .u.It.i L' d caollI: Uti.ecrS5.ry: "-t.' ; ; is woi king

-.\:.' AHA !!\ I'I.'I\ ] tl.-:: ti.-.l1.l nf iiiuiiimt; his tlianls) tn tie |'xill.c I i 12. I .".'<. t; ___ I For tale t.>- AJ1E3 A LIVELY. and! comi'! parties aro equally ignnrod, bocause : inntoii.. The dial tint points the hour ofropise -

\. \ : : : .i i '.' r,,. '."! C..vi'-.f c\'u. :.rt.,ra!!). f-r :1.! !. |Kir.'iiajf.-: .ll1ril:111C Io-I| \-ir, -5- -- n 1 >*:n :1. l;.VJ.. 21 1> I'O they are only excuses forsqaadeting I t.) clerIc, nod pren to Secretaries shows

\ : S \\ : V'1' i. .li t.i-m fci, .1 I !!.,!;- "a. an I ',: au.1 ,. u!.I r. ,-;"' .(::11".\ ouiicit a v.itiuu.u4&f (LeHIK ; Superior Burning Fluid, j i;. ; erppI .IMi.. .ALLESrfJ 1 ; says in Inck-hiie.; Such L :tIn tone to him. lie i is the master spirit oTltnj
.' : il 11. :i ,{ bvtvk MUd IC' :f he li..c li.u.loADDITIONAL -1 1 ST lirCMlVEP oney
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.. S : ..L'.,: :I <'. I.tk.: ;! .i.1 : CAHPHENE LARD & KEATS FOOT OIL, Hair Restorer and Zilobalsanmm i icf sketch ofi;! nun who! in coiutii'Mi |.:.u- ( o\'rnn1l'1I1-antJ when the time comes that .
.. .if. I IMPROVEMENTSall I For talibx! AM IIS: A Ll\CLY. I itlier chick nor cLiid"-hu! i his \voik is i forever over, and tho public trusts Same
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j tlie has
( '"' '- int'. ; i ilo.t..l.. '< U .x r .NIii: > FRF.Mt-nt tlio( '>riiir Drug I lance, in
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P i .- 1 1.:.,. ?-if I Illt. :I:! 11i nt"t". :. 1 -- 1J.oN.HE4I I:!; : TC-MZS.! -5- I II Linseed Oil
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i English ; noIvis! tlrin a i-ogs I II of the really great statesman, the
nothing more
timatiun
I II
.iT LIST ,
FIRE II SURE NaJ! Nii' I", I -!;. AHTlel.1LIII.1! m.d raw. ror ut 1\'lL.-E.r.Blior, la.tIf hU: school and generation, ,

I IL!: HHE: no Rime! ixsiBixrn. .3 3ITA 1: Lt-ro. i- :itiOYSTER I GARDEN SEEDS. An tin' l't:k or .ilhu.! J --- -- I roytli! ditlicullieb with few parallels, Las '.
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SALOON AND BAR j (ilO\VTII! OF 1859 I II AMK I i LIVELY.Max I I : I'i\i MIMTE. earrietl the country peacefully and succcss-
IkxriiR
\SM.V\M\I "1 t. l .-J 'JlCompound I how TO :MAKE i\ :
ia cuuocvtioti x\nli the Until. to q-iality! cannot l Ioe mrpasted A \ u'l onward. S
J \ -1'1 t: :: :. :"It..t I.,.. t Y Fsre .n tlt" u"ual It'I1IIS I Ir i C. H. FISIIHR l'rlrl'idQr.X.wtullt'1' I! J"IIICII.\ \ variety! as of c\"-i} I..lIuj t. 'I. ('ulI,1 at tie n*. Gentian I I I'ho over !heard of such a thing f Isn't this I It --.- \
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I F II. FLACC. oftheScientific 5-
Agrotis
.f .1. K. GKLGOUY A CO. A correspondent I
12. 1s59. Drup Stt'r'. .
5;'..' i-.5e. I'M' '1..1 "1' 1-:.>. ilH. I! DiiO RAW'S.. ---- I tier Dtc. 24. 1S&9. 62 T.rJi-i: := D .rlt :; < I Aiir.'sican ha-s just discovered a recipe I \ ut\1"" o.> THE TAC-E.-.\U Kiigli&li .
P. B.
S SLUSSER; : for making the :d.\.. named article in live editor informs a correspondent-who signs

P. ELLIS iVcfiY 'Hi S 'L'f STABTALLAHASSKJ l-l". 1 Y/ILLIAM P. -'iii'sI: PITTKUS an- an ii.fdl ibUrtincdy. for minute, tmlllihh' icco.'nmends il to all, of : Troubled Ouo"-as follows :
!ctIIIt'11 A
i J I.:i 110'\0": 111..1 uU! cliFiC,I"I a. :11 isiit fl"mu a ; himself .
: T TALL/. HAS EE, FL 0 RIDA1.'I.I"ITIIIU f f the iieftiVe! .rall litvih-pia, I)..il-' onrhouiC-Kiej.irs.: It does a way with churn., observed
c c'nlJsslOUIIt,1I1: I i ; I I :. TLOKIDA.y j oi>nditi"n < Little black f-peck5 are occasionally
Cori'KR.TlX AM> WllKKTIKON : : itt. Li\','r (%> !aint, Low !>|I'i"t. Want of .\Pre| ] and at an end al! the complaints xxe have !
.. ; :! : (.t' nj' puts the and forehead of some
um.I1I .f' "
11'1\1.: : 1&.111 :' t1gtI,1t J IIK l'r"l'nd..r"utJ int \ nose
; S? ,-. AIFor t.ilu I l.y AMilS: A LIV CLYili I ot t'c I little it lakes to upon
t" 1.1: It-h..ip i. \'w Y"I'\ I ::*-'2 J f.1.iniluefrinl. and the J. iPN I WAKI:, VI"MOI.I.LK; .AM HKT.VIL lit fretpuent'v! he.ird long individuals. These specks when they exist

!". 1. I ,;.\'_ .:.:. *_/ > !__-_|I\U"i: *. that he ha* rebuilt hi*JHZ-L, I DK\LKU IN I'LA1F.l'\ AMI JAf'\XXED ;lY 2!I. l.' '). 21GAEDEN I. churn milk and! crei.mintn butter.'e copy in number, ao a cause of much uusight-

rfff iiikk SUl'Uit the oil atiuil, and t* uoxv I the rectijit for tie! good of our lady friends, any
I \\'AKE. SEEDS. minulo corks if
we
Edward M. West i .vpan.il to accntuDMiJate l hi i8 I trk-mU and customers I Move JIpnd-QnarJcrs. \ \ and beg them it''e it a trial and to'id: us !iness. They arc of which may
Black. coagulated lymph,
I He alt Las ttal Hi to hi* SliMes? grl of B5 successful.Heicitis use tho term I
_ll L.inJ oliantatimi SI'LENDID I wnx rtnu-iit olCV.>K.iiifc. Tailor G-t.-ovv"th; : word whether or not they are the exhaleDt.
''ONEER& COMMISSION MERCHANT .iitli' aup.wt.er.- !lit' will have have 'tirk, llurvc biOdl.. tu.j Cart iagewui kin -A. an.! Wtunl M"t.., tnnurt-.l: V'ith uealuoss". i "1 \ r I n tr- nou n ritiner a large mid well *.!<>cied I : vessels of the s-kin. On the skin, immediate -

,5.tLj..t1LsEI I:. n.I ..\, 'be ver.> l beet wanner Wkl \ilh jTcinptbcts audilir'xxViilwr i and Jura''jht j r.t I'c.Iuc.ll'ti'el'1 I \ > Assorlllll'lll uf & "'(''*, i'onfj.rising uli i After strainii.g tile milk, sit it away for them being pressed with tho

t; \: I IT ;lit II:l.ft "'1\'.." l. t'"n-5Kinrtit: to I. Ot UtH' Work.ttoufintr. I t"II"I\\ \'aridIf tin- Ust tile]! nn>>t reluli'.uVegetable I the to rise." After standing as abpxoset I ly adjacent: to ,
I' cream these bits of coagulated lymph
S i It.' U I 'H U.IL \t .I'r| r I.11I:" J '.h..lv'. :," ::. 1S53. __ ___ 44 __ _. \ ; ()man.: (-ntil Pn :,ii litnila.l Guttering.Cop- and Agricultural Seeds- the milk, \i Bout Ilitu Ling it, on thettovo fingernails vermicular form.
it in They
v )! |I"T. ,; i't'. '" Lead Shetkiuc. will come from a II
'1. Sheet hasUiu
and HarnessFor I p.r anJ Tin OvJ'ilmtin? I'lpf III the r-c'.'tl".1 our t4..vh. tl.c [It.t..t care It t it remain there until you observet'i M .
'arriagcs!, Buggies, I'aJ Pipn. l'at..utii-teni i Pumps. br"ork ; nlnrtfl ; uiul!, a* a farthirrtp.iMi|
OTTO LAIC Sale by I*. R. Drokatv.hn 'I, ofcviry taruty tl".ne at short notice. lali'v ..C the: See.!Is is p-iK-ral'x te t.l l ef re lIt!> coaling of the crjani on but be IKTSOIIS th1110 IKS 1 living creatures.

t r I"jJ E u'n"ril..1' : juct received a City :it.
5" \ '( II L\IEH J't. ..V'"t'r) I: ro supply of Cariiacis, An1 pettf-.il1y mvit* \ ? olftrsi : AMES A LIVELY.JC..V. will mix xxith the milk and cannot I
,1"1IIpi.I'. :\11,1,1 ll.irni'. wl'ich he the cream with towel and the I
: !"W'Ia '!' _.. .,._ _._ faction a by application
I 47 proper
. '., r. !r.. U53.; Now set it quite
Arid jeweler .f.. -.... Olio- i tin nil-t irawnaWi .tl I .2f N..B. Ailarlldf..r.I\ntUal"ueu..u..u".J i i t i I again be l collected. away of little cold cream. The longer

t..XTWIU: H. .'LA. I: N.-'i.i... 1 S. o.L -Iii best in.itiii.il and I\\ullllltc.1 dm able.) ICv other art cold, and then skim off! the! crt' Imix d I these lift!' piles are permitted to remain in i
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x ". !.!' -jvvtfiilU iii"Kitilli. ntir<.".fUkl DENTISTRY.S ow ill be offered for sale. r\tNNo\: & as little milk as possible.dent U hen autH.titli I skin firmly l they become fixed ; and
the
more
v .im i makon 'ctober, 2(4. 15. 42 S \I', .0 make it ,
\ \ .1'. ami Ki--t I Fl-i'i.lu that In- -! : ,i ,s\1 It). cream is collected! proceed to after a time, when they lose their moisture,
,I I.it. t1n.u.4. II.. I'f'I.ti I.4.44.l'uatry5'
-j": \
.. : : work in tfce aUwe .. --'e-- GRAND OPENING { I into butter as follows : they are converted into little. bony spines, as

flI'n'ix! I... tutttMt I t.ny Vui ar.. c.F TIlE FACTORSASB Take a w .i>dui bowl I, or any suitaLIt'Ci- dense as bristles, and having; njuch of that
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.. i sd I, and l having first scalded and rinsed it
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I .' ..f .1. wh .\vl.ib LSO I-"il; fell at the 1Wff" i I : .= I KEW STORE MONROE STREET, with cold spring: water l lice the cream in it.Xos' character.They should be thoroughly but cautiously

..i;, .5 "Ii,... 1..AWJlENC: i:: Oil 1 I.MAN. I'uornitToR. IDrntral I (Commission jHcrcbantsJ let the operator' hold his hand in water squeezed, s ivs another author, and on retiringto

.5. I..t '.'. : '" ",." :.;, r.i..
: ,OJ 5, I. 1":. I. )1--1\. 1) n. 1' J. C1T1 IATOl"LI : : i!, f S of Tallaharfee therein! anti rrfH.-ctlulljr xii-iiiity an.)inxite Mranj -I SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF" plunge it into cold water for about a minute, affected.rest, a paste Kecipe for the paste : Take one S

MEL > r >luni I.i" patfful lI'k"u'l .lretn; .UIT j, -:111111,1 ccrs j'mniii.s examine for tlicn.are".lv -. my new lAnd tic'at 4. r IIAXCKEL( "I and at once commence to agitate the cream ounce of powdered bitter almonds, and ono
POST & to tluoitiz.lis "I( xiutlu-rn ul'nNNo! by a flour and enough honey
I I .t 'tt.ck5..fIRY barley ,
I
lih.-rall'.ar'.ILe M" ounce
.11. 31.1 I CaM 11."i.13. f"r the very ; when of
COMMISSION; MERCHANTS five or..ii !: noons. CUTIHNO. j jLN JS the butter will ItaCOUll', course above into paste. There
tlw t J'urll. NOVELL make the ingredients
;, 1 r<*.-\<*l from thnn .hn m; |I\ r.oons. HATS A CAl'S.S L\ W. and sa'tid O ding to \
FANCY act
lil t'u)&!,':," ?'II''I. He ,ill C..UtlUII the j'r.ictioeof the al-ove |>i"ffci'Mi SHOES .t HOOTS.: ElII'.UOlDEUIliS. dr.ami -4S. .- it mut bo washed that is another and still more simple remedy which

.LE.NS.. in ihot. .< i<>ii* "f .u..tr\ and has tnvle audi othvr. ,-\ tmnninciotw toiiuntinn 'he absence of one <>f our firm M r,-.dr8. I). C. taste ; and our correspondent guarantees I, may (rcfr. Bathe tho spot several .
you
1."iiV O: Inalluf'llIi.'r8 of Dviital MAtrtiNr n jrr-at nmy made the best
arran i-iiifntii Milh olIwth. mhipteil f""r the City anti Country trnile. now Wilson It Son of TallaliAJser. Fla, will reprcwntus no better butter can be by i times a day with luke-wsrm water and a .

T oI .I.! .rti, a* to cuahh; Lini to 'mt up iri-L 1'.118 In' -wen fir in-p<*cthin. I'urdll\\.n ''.ill finJ at this KJ- receive all.! advance u|>i>n all Cotton ,Ietl i .ned fvrus. churn invented. To those who keep one cow, I rubbing thq over a piece ofyellow
uIF.u: front ffly HI sponge
t at ;
in miy of the popular! mod tl Late t Style* of the peaei.- HANCKEL. TUSXO J. NOWELL.CharlvkUm. nuthod of making butter "ill be found sponge kx
tibi.-hinent! this
f..r *
S T..11a1oatl. Ha, i i. usually iliaru I xerjr 'l i i. healing power
than a
-' "I I..tlu," J .!: J Cit, our iiMHilrnl ilollan!lcit" liu ine ami fir>t rate cim- S. C. soap. eru
ti.i "s
I It. ll-m;. A. C.... tluiIK'Y. the same in Iho South; (lie moan \bat h. loll) e.)a"Jjujratitit's n.fti.'i.Kr.al.r A Innj; r3tjH-iiet.ee! the in >rietor to piotm-w xnth! thuII Jan. 23. 1800. 5 ::i- Sentinel copy. really valuable : while quite as large a quantity mode soap distinct rom its cleansing properties.
M..nt *i-n.,, I Ix I-IUAKLE. r.KillUL andMX&xiwAri ,proj of butter is obtained as I by the common ,
!I' ';ulatiiAI'altJMT.) them t as ulltlpr..lu.-e in-w ami (a.-l.i,..,IJI> g.l. at the -. - --' -
;: irJ .t IVnhani, ?t.Io mti Iw pat up Xonli 01' SouiluTh -r H J skim milk is much swevter aud palatable.
: : as tie, nn.l lit nty kct:1' tie uio -l INVENTION thy
:' .1,.t.i.t. .".*, KfWirt.. *e inured of l.is vrtu-c. can. l I.v iWjijiittf! a i.Hi.in| : !* of Kc.tni. I! GREAT SOUTHERN washing.the buttter, separate all the -U has been siid to make home liappv
Before
\1, XagLt 4 <*nt"''. Aiunta, CJ .. I iKJt tit Lilt nitl'r Mllllt.cH., (r )M.i.li,,. 1lalav atlml'1\c :t..ek in tincity.the li'H'; -tuiiding motto i the latter will the usband mail be somewhat deaf, and theWife
i
llaxin a ioplc.l : ) can, as
milk possibly
fvr ; u
il b : :
;. .. UiKirara 4 <,.. nuuirnt. d. 111'.01 k dune and time to tett p yrcjr i & LLOYD'Ssomiua J bat blind. '
S QUICK SAILS AND SMALL PROFITS, i HONEY be foimd excellent: for tea-cake. &OM\
S > J H, 1,1 33lJS tir il. I
._. I I t'%t- ''lie But ref! rt ice" civen ifdtaiieJ- x-c venture to tonirh pladmHr& vrith our low prioi l'\n--r ? 15u ter made it) this manner will bo much -Poor men, of all rat* should never undertake
I
-- |I...,,'...I .2:. is-:':. .;:f1 f1Gail *. nod 1 I. '.j|K !I.> firid.' attutiv.i' to the busiuts toiwtixu turner and less oily in hot weather than made to drown their sorroxv 4m strong
lE'1' 1"a1TJt : : -- iilerui ih.ii vl I j\loZJolC ;''. iicw
a : 1..lr'\II in the ordinary It doesn't SLfcfortuneft may
&Interior Hail- L. OULM.VN. _. way.If drink. paj. '

; : "u.\, { COITPA1TY City ( >,"(olxr 1. 1 -:.'.'. .;.) -Patented. -Dec.- -2Tth- 1S59.TE -. drive a mall to the! .ty>p> .tut it takes fortune

.' Road Company. S S a man does! not make new acquaintances to keep him .tber .,
I>/ JI.llTi'dUn.ot BLACR-si1rrHINGF5! I uf the puUu 1.. our tvw'V lie willfcbon.tiud
\ \ call the gttentiou aa he advances through lift*, wife that wbileI
\ .U ggKOI'ICE thut it is the most S _" I am_afraid., my Jar ,
J ? Wtlsfietl
-- ( >? 1 ? yV -- SlTiSCUIBEK ;i\8t1O- ..Aj1U \ TLOW. failing himself left alone. A man should! eoMuer1ove.'e. _
Llartrr PtrfflBal. S th=t. in t.Oiiftii1ity with rl'JlI- liftS los. I Colic Ii.t \'aTUIe! *'xl! ..MHucaIbfojr!: j'et invented am gone, abseijcu wiK
:.iraiti. ia 1 &.- luul.v Rixon X that l b. "iHwiiliH.ACKsilITH aupereeJe all Lu friciida'uip in constant repair.DoLbs. &\Yaylbo
Kiiiioid lII'la'| it hi tacit Ui d. keep deai l stay
.rf ifce Gulf City r.re S1IO1' ug m in V" and luujt t. vhvii cr (ear ., .e livigtmfyi .
-> T JS.: !.n #o*, at tui :"ore"f Lc xvil then. Tins i,* UHJ ion ff txpericuoed[ p.auterijL.UxeexWJiC. : / ... S .
r.BuI.cr" <
'. tMK-t. ill I. ml ill him Lixkitr IJp better Iat11hjikj..t.Y-
2'% t.r. .. .nlctj..u"itb to sslI! I _____
\ty'J.I.-eI., COCK, 4. 1\ :SLiix-.ji'. 14. Hituraay! tie 2Ut J..i.tu.ry c &IJ!llo.u.J..f I'l&i.uiivb: auJCaruu: \I oil %! .: i 1Weure'iirojrpare'i 1 ; t>n:1-etn questioned!.by tlie cQwrt I. .' .4J'. '. ''i' _
'it.fir I luxe il"t.e ,'. < .,. orvA.il'itf< u{.ilh *\ t1i.aL5ititcILL ;. JO'P.l IJ!
1,.GlI. ui.da the Sti-t ..f lUii'l Ij"l l. au "-"" \L-50- :. jI 'I. .} \it : c /, : foar.. Urea Iiiiv.ily .( \"m f "tr ; _
'_ : nr ritz, VtL .f cI J C"ItI&- IIiJttpfy.rtj il\1 T'o\ ,aa 4J "acl-itr \ jfeted,3tAeJl3Itltte
:AISSTIASP jiiMAOK thv : tllJH u'I ) '
I I ': ?' ,,1.l.h: ThE HUILI', njLscjij tk>u ta. Capital ,---. HO;.E SllolllSO in tl.: ..rJN .tll1aIQd C'fOIL: tau i I. .c..n at U.3J. sn.i. ,W'l; fI t fd pttteitflsJi.iItc.J engaged' in tiie/botel.Uiaineas,, answered that ,, :ethi1o n'tbt! !.itr 9 r No.V e U,
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dissolution of the Union
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: from StMe offices. their cxel -un from Jiare in ;t State Convention. New .Item ,I From tie .V. Y: Journal of Coinmtfct.KanaaaUov. I. tion bad been put upon this iastruinent, tod eonvrur.

IoIribi1uiTAI..tIIASsEE& |ounml. .hf.n.luft of the State governn-tn?* !t1*>\erthe 'I We have lot somewhat mn,ed at our brother I A dispatch from Washington to the Baltimore 3Ied rf'. Veto Me..ze-OM..J own equal advrnUge. How much more likely to tb.5 her

nur.i.-ipalilie of the country tn(1! tlf nflfnc. of t tli. Ilondtan & _,rl. He knows no North, Sun earl that Colonel Lee, who baa some six hundred I We mice before n' the Message of ( f. will ot'iers' be to do the Mme thins frow fain

.fill* rijr'.d organization of the ( \ I no Si.u'h, no L no West in our State, but he men between Fort Clarke and Fort Brown in i ofKaeeas, rfturlliu-t aids it objection and without struction, trade to work them ao injury. It i j4 j roll c.5 j

_ : not cgre* with the .however anxious. the D emieracy certainly knows I MtdA't. While he advocates the of Texas: has been.ordered to crush Cortina and Isis approval the bill to al.lisli sl.iv ry in that !, to make a question out of an Inevitable! t"I1qUfo''f' .;,
I may lie that the South should be nnited.V ." I clnim of Tallahassee, he Ignores the protest ibs'Territoilist .

: -- I \ may ark how anxious are they ? Never U> the ourse-ifand olhI. who prefer other poInts.! by saying band ofousr even obliged to follow them in Territorr. The bill in quetlon 1--.1 Bnt y..u MT that tie Act also repealed n.. .. 1M _

: StTURD.tT, MAKCII 10! 18CO.We I extent of surrendering any part of that which a that with but few exceptions TaUhbe I to Y .xico. This action, it is soid. r"o1tfrom an LP"\\.llItorc a f\If ( ;,). ago5 11",111. c scrnor I r.rmi"eet of 1S20." Tliatoniipr.mi** n .. ao.n: ,

= great Statesman of the South, Mr. Calhoun termed preferred. nplilicationofGenerai lloiutja for protCtion of Message bear tate February 2"tU. U i* quite ;i when adopted ll was odtrale i>f Con,titntior3| .
the adheeiv. Well, let ns see what pref.-r some other when made It wits a cvir antliorized to of the public papers a power { with
aro announce 1 l power .hteen rr.ml'l11tL 1".1n.1t
IlunJ.r. the American citizens the Itio Grande, which region I If'ngtl.\-m.a1.ing f.- .
I place for holding the Convention. They ire upon ror. ilfiie to cave the Union far the lime \hej icgi
I H. T. BLOCKER as a candidate t* Majof the .Proeription" This has been dIe cry of the I Obterter, Mtueuper, Press, Sdtrt. Companion is represented by Senator Wigfall to have been very ltlin ... soil :1 ery i 111.'re I\l Jl'I'tlDtnL the nfsui.':* <-f finafci'13.( It amillrd M'wsir; fr<>n. ,

Eighth Ive*n Regiment Klorua! Mi'.iU.-i: at tl.f el I c- pponenf of f !mot-racy frl'l the day of Jetfeivon East Floridian. Telegraph, Florida ZHlivifcA desolated by fire and sword. It i* alo confidently Ifalargir rAt'e i" J"'h.t..d to the J'political than h'tl. with r..tri l.ti"nc "n her vverfwn 'l fhts, bet .!ace.S

ion in May. down to the present time, except for the short period I -eight -and we doubt not there are ot1eN asserted by the Govtfnorof ChlhunLua, having applied Ct.nclitllti'llal a'cts sif th. (5ueet'fl, tle (,'J- !i the I re'tr ciju!, il -fnn: h'widinh'rce.cpon: otherl:

I I I Having been absent from our post, for a great .udl nit a urty t" the -r.iprx iiii-*--,!.,.
par lor an wLn.urtt
in which held lie of find.hi '1I apportkniiunt
they ( re :n! to Government for to thai rnor .Viiltlesi: ua ('
ii' ; ;jWe are authorized to announce rnrom.'utin of the tune since this matter 1''..agitated, we j I our' troops protect grow up and k ,":e s.''reign t;.'A v&.'n'I''JI't'l' ,
tluir The ; l from II..- c. tluit tinli'l I'tf is a l.v'ticalsniaurs i,
in ct
are always
I own laIJ. ppusition I not had access to all of our exchange, but fr'I I [province the ra\.tgesof organized bands of I: never n II s wtti-fact) t.> a e'. *t |"Tt'n: -.f
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Gf'n WM. K. KILCRKASE.of Oa opjx' any thing proscription what! w e have seen seems to pre Tiiarandtrs our troop are to intervene there al.o i : pfH'pl- It. ign .re J.\ II.) rs< '' ?
a ran! lo the office of }fj: I It D. nioeracy are in power-but "I..atn.r. fret f r.nel.-Xtr"Qn"rill Feb. 29. tf t ; ':1 "n the et.s.t vI i.ei.re si.issiv. 1 tt ;. make :.( lti-, 'will: t'. r'nO*) adv..' *y an.i a..ivl! _'_ J

t Gtn.,1.f ti.- bt Division i of Florida Militia, at tt' : in i fTi-f, they tale; j.od care to FCC that tl.II'.J"PiI ;t Had our good frield li'pcl.IUU looked into his !( The Senate on tho 27th nit ratified the treaty up an hone >>i the Territory : std. as the! :rl.d.'liI was f 5 5ear! ..J ii, >j-. r..!. e r\'"t.*-. K'i<'s t.:ira, ,
of commerce and amity with I'oragtny. i .et'f L'Utaui: (4.. 4'v.. ..-. .I i I.. 'I.. ,.
e'eetk to belieM! in May' f 1t i. lie 11uIIJ.r"! i ic shared in 1.1"le but their own I exchanges" before penning the ab'If. he would" | i I I can papers llitrv .xr.r.-.. J i it. to "t..-t <::.eernsr Scott ,! \5-U.U I i I il.: M.ltTi... 4 ... .", ( I
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: We arcntjtliorizcd tu party. "S when 1 Urn Tylornl their can j have omitted some pptr from his list. The Pen- | news < interesting Mediry/'s'K' to se I.." l1 e Dci-.wrais will -t OJ | S;.Uf. 1: w.t'!.' si. ..!.irIi:1 ,.( ti i '.

: announce : .li.talt Col President, the pcopl- were told tint .h" N(1 Obvrrer. is put down as preferring .f me Mr. Wke, the English Minister in Nicaragua had i!: en i-nie of this e1If d,r. bra.-k.i Act. :5..t tl.e 1 l.;,.( .f SH Jr..". .. I

Pr. P.\man L.( f Leon C'Wrty.a. I< n.1iJatf 1",110 frierd.lo 1"'arJ. no .1"li. to punish." ;I other place for holding the Convention." Well, : negotiated n treaty with Martinez, hiving for its Bft>re proceeding I. ciiiM'l tli* II.Hi.r thepropoed ( uteswa."ir.>per.iti\e ;"* tlu>t \.1i"t.\tt'; t H j

< Major GeixT-iIof the DivUtm.Florid the of the est importance. It curritttdrrt_ tI f ih. j
__ __ f.1 W.t.r I We leiioie the. til Genpial was honest in making : here "u the 06vrrrr' t preference," a II.dare.by object gra,1u\1 extinction Mosquito pro- lav and the i-ower of the I.'gill111 re locimcl tl.< fi'tnre to t.'ie true Joanne. jaopeiu1 :a'a:

I .i Mi1iti:,n the cV-.Mm in May nt. I hue il
L2 \Ve nre authorized to announce I meant what lit ssid. But when he got into office, The Ktnlf CUHI.tnitJ.-I seems row fairly in 'I cit il list of Nicaragua. Mora had completely failed aeteritic .1..d'h of the origin of political parlie in *'',re>:':.'n Joe Cor.gt's" |<>.VM ov.-r-.Ur,

he found hii.iive1fvurrounded 1 I. the IId.rlof his dcrstood throughout Fori.ln. that the State Co-I toefftcta return to CoMa Rica and his fllrmt'rfricr.d (lila country of the introduction of Afiican >i.'veryt i j' rv* or aii\lLiu2 '*!**. in the Tcmtorieii 'r i', tli
: J. JOHN WILLIAMS 1:oandidHte: f,.r CoUtieloftic ; ) tention be held 0 the .9thof I the Swtfs7 t'ongres* |Ls.iesces no ver irnt\ .
who clamorous the .i T,1.hal1 : were making allegiance to new govtrulurnt. and the course !ued by the early sutetint in x.r.
Eighth Klorh'a! Militin, at the electionWe : purl, were public plunder. April n" It tlumld Unit the !i pur I' cises fl' sovereign "er. It.' powers ar.I .. "ad

inMy.I Rf'gCIt ." Tic! motto which they i often tauntinglythrew time is fist appro-telling, and that several countieshave j : reference tlxnto. He points out with great clearness j, gated 11 clearly written and dtfine-I ..n re*,

t' __ ____ _ ____ in the face of DentocratsTo the victor* I already held meetings to select their dc-e-! j -At recent sale of old coins in Philadelphiaan I: the distinction between the rights of the Mates i is intirli more a nlijttt than a sov.-rcin ltvrm

I nreautliori/ed to announce belong the spoils"-they appropriated them- gates, and that others are preparing to do likcwi i:*, I| Ill coin date 1792 was sold! for f 65 50. The and the powers entrusted to the Federal Outern i I crea l-.l by noscreigntates for *pciic! p-.r.P
( t but still there are other counties in which we are I Sovereignty in this n tnfr\i is in the j"'pI.) ,, ,
I slid! the carried it the letter. entire collection $1,"", although the in- ment. With regard to the rcspon-il.iliiy for the j ? f
out to brought
IF !I"l' P. B BIRD, o! JeTeren( county .a eandiate f.t very not of any step being t ken for tl.nt I exercised ly frtatt-s or tin. ptwple of the *-iat- j jt

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'I 4 within: th- Middle Judicial! Circuit.Democratic I 1liII 00 the battle field-but iie could not"withstand the Mate will be represented on the osioo. and -The Wisconsin Assembly has paved a bill to tempts to get them away from tluir masters, ( fare" doctrine, to ci! iitu that C'r!i.'* n '--v. ? ..
II !! to do thi*. it necessary t,> be moving in the matter is to the for any purpose. Il !I.i rot cit.niti. '
r I the clamors and importunities of his friend, j i abolish all law for the collection of debt, It i i. following paragraphs q-jite point: I 'I
there not much time to spared. vler.fLt of soverei Ti.t\; in i.s o. _vo izatm a..

I Meeting. I and the public offices were given np to them t I I"plunder" I This A, we take it, will convince b the editor of the expected to find favor in the Senate. It passed the I Such Two was tl.iigs the extent are worthy the old of and remark New England here : }merchants First- .I sire n* its crant .l [..vn.r* n.a\ '.. I j. i

notwithstanding his previous dedar. | Assembly by a vote of 65 to 24. sovereign l l's- the trr.'. cf I'tni,'' p.-r l l's' .
Ditpatch that he has placed the Oburrer in the i lpt'rtf'Jrri anl into the Southern 1.lantati | "
I Notice gin'l thai Iliert will I IJ tion that he had no friend no enemies I of the piopl. L'ven what May 11 Cilt.J i ,-, ,
rt.lrd. mind wafirt aroused there
( ishrrd'J t that ihe L
n! public
crowd. That U for TUlhusn. A treaty containing thiirty-twoarticles, liafbeen i .
paper Awe i'ot lut .
I t of of in to punish." In this respect the of the administration wrong in hostility it. and of the steadiest pow i-s are sovereign powers, sir fnrjtiefeiully.
meeting many
Democracy I.on.
,: tl bi.tor know not only from what is said above, but concluded between Peru and Ecuador. Ecuador 'o'poI and arc rctrirtvd"to IliaC ntces-u*,

the City of Tail! .li.ifsee. on the third) Monday of Gen. Ta)101! is the history of every from what we have beard directly from the lip of cedes a large portion of her territory to P.ru.; traJe.ruc nests of what Southern was Ill'n.p'nut-rs a I1..W.: eilled and ib the y never !] XVitUr Territories* sovereign t>ecane or

of :March, Mng ti! .first .13of Leon Circuit I administration when opponents. of Democracy I I it editor, Dr. Jo n Further than this- of and the fifth articles declares void the grant made ceased their position until the traIf ws t. rUir.3I j j cignt%' can o.iyesi-t irs te! ste.nd: in the peop'e i

I Court, for the of iclecling d\-l-lcgAtes have had the power. And ) .t"hien out of power, II the other papers mast be stricken from the Dir to the British creditors of the lands in the territories ted. Second it i h tho descendant of the-- xcry I An.l until the people in of a TerrlWy exercise theritflilsofcoimighty
j-urpose tbeitily t possible! ,
are constantly crjingout against merchant nfgro-trad.r' and iii1sit-ters of 01.1 ami !I Ij .ay that
the' they proscription. viz: the Pret*" and the C '. of Quijos and Canelas. and states thal'they are of a es> C'p.al SUti the soieriisnty i* *, ,
to in the *p Now. wih what does the &nlin 1tcI.list. lpliol. I I New England who are notrl.uit g (lie 'c"lion.1
com
rPlru.nt CoUOI. propriety :.tllr one of these is a Democratic i! to be. indemnified by the grant of other land, the i! animo-ities of our evplo.". and are ready diMieh i ij inactive au-1 powcrles1.llf .
proncliing tate COn'nI meets in : -f .the of and j I I till I ef.'rene tl.<-f.'re'i
I\I. ,1.irl plain ( et'rDII.r"sriplior Whigs I se.s if*
I therefore tannot be regarded ns hating any voice j exclusive property of Ecuador. j the el'Ullt"ill blood ani human carnage because | operative
TalLlmssee on (lie ihh A general : American. Southern men .they are, from State of the relative position cf the African in our eoun- f..r -. be.-an j it cnunt'-s from a liody that has nt
: whatever in which hold! the i
ofIril a place at to :
selecting I A letter dated Fort Walla-Walla, Washington | the sss-cols l necearto i it into effect
eairy Mvnpj.r.ival
nlltcndancc of is (irness. when is well known that one of the I try, of which they aretheasitl.iriinn.l'Their pri-ifctor'. !;
tIll Democracy cin.estlyrcqaertc. I i Contention. last week that the Sentinel wotill lift a-M!
was feithsr
one to its
S.
I Territory. December 1, : Annpr.IIIII": just Wr--lr.
on1) says I fathers in the l-inninjr made ibir weillM :
three .r the Court four of the
.! MANY DEMOCI.t'I'S.FvIriiirv ; Judges( Supreme out irni'ed an the Press to the for I aia a* d. Eu.-r.l In soter-i/ tv. cub.r in
J opi frm a pro. reached this port from Lieutenant Mullan's expedition i by stealing negrors from JUri ''. and! inpi'rLirhens | irpvrs.'n
fire Circuit three of the live Circuit in .
Julgcs. II.J or my r< prei : !athe capacity assIres
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1I.1SCO. I priety of holding an opposition Convention! We bringing the sad intelligence that a severe ( into the Southern 1.1Antntlltn-th.lr -endantsstill | you
Solicitors Line ? As for of I And not wil,in? to place! myself befi.ret.'svsrll .
( Whigs
are Jude imbued with the philanthropic enter lise,
i .J hardly think it a10'aL1t for our Lake City co snow storm had overtaken the party in the Rocky ; :; with f. ume.l f.Ise I f1 1
j j.wir grateful f -
Circuit Court Clerks, and Tax Collectors, II are now stealing them from these Southern "hnui|
Irohl.t. temporary to be referred to as on both, Mountain, and that animals have been lot, the opportunity given me to pin t iny opiw ,
(Go\ reached thc .
I r-fc Piiry capital on Monday d.ireMV have a fair rutllrilJ many tion, and at sixty l.'llirs ahead very nearly the I
List, from Lis plantation Al.i !.ua His tlf opposition propl.tion.o" si.},... and men frozen by the severe cold. Two soldiers I old price. and rui.nir.g them into Canada with the upon rriag.sinst my approval if-this till
County. doc this like .eternal : then being
an pro cription Sovereignty, neith-l in Csnr.s'where
i in excellent tiesdih.Ve i 1..1 Subtracting these three papers from the list of of the escort, who have been left a* a rear guard to office of the country in reserve for ti! '.--' w ho foot
Excellency and Americans" the of the Democ I it wa never put nor intc'i/lcU to le, i ,, .
) Whigs on part I 1 the bill, and give bruins and characUr! Iw tU! second r n
j the and there TaU '
-. -- I ]i"/d., ren.ain/frr_/ against protect certain quartermaster' stores, were so bad. the Legi latnre of a J'erritory. w"iere it han..-\ -
t\ lia%' had the plea-ure) tf tietting du- racy ? We "l"a1 honestly and can.iiJIy; when we hiassee ID.I ttten in fnor. Now, wjien it i: rein I injured that it was feared their feet would have I. great negro, eutcrpii ice. been exeriisexl by the constituent, is the r. a- >

wetk. with I C. rditwr tell the itnliHil that' we belie\e it i is advising to 1 j I ; The following extratt from the mcsatrembracessubstantially of staves well
11 rDg |I..t Bryan & t : <.1> that heretofore, 'itl one exception the to be amputated. The expedition lining comple.ttd why owners as as owner of IT -.
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of the Thomasville Enttrprint ill emem- : course which must injure instead of benefit ifs tIn reasons f,'r rtfu:;Ing tiC K\ecuti thing else, can gw into tcrrits.riessrj remain ..c-
I" Selection the place for holding the State Conveti.I three hundred miles of road was still pushing
I' fiiena Ioethe& /.n< believe ihiatail its I j sanction to the bill in que'tiju : out aiT-iin without hosing tluir right of owner>-i. i.
bered that Mr. : had Lu
I recently jointing office frien.1 I ions hits been It ft to the Democratic prea, why on to a mild wintering point. The winter is rp- a, loy would d<> by going itt s a state w lien ,

4 nerrly all destroyed by the falling of a building, but i j now holding office, will continue to fill tl.m. if it >j this unn.n1 persistence in attempting to defoat the i! r.C fitJ to have set in uuusual early, and with .: pert'iiaeity.After struggle on both in .Congress ide, the, rtm.nlal.le Democratic: for its cr. uuty l.a-1 been eercsd, ar..l nut pa.tisp s

the Entrrpriu will soon be fully on its )legs again, i succeeds in organizing a opposition party founded i will of the majority ? Talaluu! is more acce marked eetcrity." succeeded in e'rgin'i7in':Territorial gurlmntf party'r
the proprietor Laving frd.r.a new outfit. upon seven principle, the five loaves and two fishes! ble than other point named-so ay the I all ('ie cnllnlry'e.tofthl-Mis=oii rurlIl.1tI: e liH ited.
any On the 20th of September ]lint, slavery .II A man cro Mr Us should force the Democratic Si.I' s a
I course upon juity tremeVeet end outhand SUte of Missouri, to the Ito ky M.nuita.uIu; the j jI <
> h4iJe., to go Ea!t abolished in the Dutch East j not lose his ercignty, unless 1. lees .
Xoftrr't Z .14"1 rrfczfr.caU atten the practice of making party nomination for all of- finally India pont'ri"'lIs. I act f.T organization: r re these wi rd.. : | Li s > s
t j far as Madison( i to irr.poc on the Western fip-t He ijist as much a sover-ign afierw '.
qA theadvtrtiSAizent of these Free- The Government offered an ases'ed v..Iua-! I r. SJ
cd.l.r.te fiee, we hope the Sentinel will not denounce the I I That tic C..r.--titI'1n; .i.J ail the laws (.f the! I before. but its he has not exercitsi]
j an unfair amount o travel while the I nor inirni.'. !
tfl gates stage j ,tion in money to the owners many of whom, how. I Uiiiti.I, 1 Statev, >!iiili are L>'t !-.ally:! .ii.-.pj: -ible.. I II it the oriraniz.itioii of his '
u pro"riptn'c j upon iew home
; it
practice .1 the from the East if : u mj
great majority ( delegates shall! haii ('se s.ii.te f.ice an] tfT-vl w-l.in ll.., aid
--- --- j jj ever refused to take it, while others took it and I, j re-er-ie. !'> be u-oxl in the mode prescribed ill
] ; I" Hoor bkiers. Slitr- ----- -- the Convention is held at Tallahas-ee, will have Territory of Kansas, r.s el-where within the lO.ited by 4
1nOTDu'T -Doiiglns J Taie) In Louisiana j! made it over to the emancipated slaves themselves ( cr. liuliun f tl.e Union, and tl-e laws pa-e I wood, of JTew York, the pionccti the Skirt :I but I ran distance of this uncomfortable and ex- State*. \cfpt: the eih'.hi,! Action cf the, A .f. p-> ;-jr- i j n-.v rJ.tt.re siLL tlut! (',tituliip.. [If the .i
lop A .(11 or two backsome, rckrci.ee was made in j The treasurer of Texas reports that there will I story to the n.linii.u of ill" r.ri ill!.. the l""i.'n. efa prt *
Vosinei have mod of to This added Territory poe *e.l sovereignty out.-i.lr el
just brought out anew style of Skirt, pensite travelling undergo. tte
this paper to the tnxes impo ed on landowners in i be a surplus in the State Treasury after defrayingthe approved March f'.li.! lSi, which IK'.II; ircoriis- Con-tilntion of the I'tiion. then! Territories
Called the Belle of the South" which i i. said be to the indisputable J.sir'of majority of the I void-i|
$ to : tent with the principle! .r r.-n-intcr\etti
the Mississippi valley and specially) in Louisiana. year's expenses of $-1fHOOO.) which can be II j I ( : by ir.-M-.l be as fore-gn( power to the States, e ul
the mot elegant and perfect made. A peculiar Democratic press, ought to settle the question. applied J Congress with slavery! in the Milisatd T*:,il"rit'I. enter into alliances with otli
It tins then stated that the Ktte, tu: alone was to the payment of troops for the frontier sic. I. r t&t'gn powfr anjwhieli
With to the the East a recognized by the'legKlat-on: of 13".rt, comtionlycalled estahi'ti
this
.ture of Skirt that itis made regard Independent Prel. inlepci.hent gnvernnie:(, 'r thienz.eltes '
i ,
V .ithoutel.p. than all the taxes in Florida.! Wear
imposed
> greater fccsc. the compromise iu"3'lIrts. i iS declared
hereby
_r and I. therefore liable fun I coull only!_ be regained by
. lot get out of ordtr.Death ii.1 say? : conquest.
I t now enabled to verify thi statement. A friend inoperative and void ; it I.einc the true intrrt and Courts of Justice do nut sit
r .W at loss to from what CcL Fvrbcsnfthieliarpcr'o Ferry disclosure? I Vo adjudicate K>rrreignly
< are a IIi.lytr source meaning of this Att, not to lfzi-ae! slavery into
ha handed us the Lake Providence JftralJ of the lot to it fn-w
; of mnlcter. the Flvrldlan and roumal has derived iu authority notoriety, (says the New York Tribune) quitted I any Territory or State nor t.> exclude it therefrom, legislative bodies protect wh,, epcroaehmcDt l-\

Rev. Thomas W. Cooper of iheMetbodirt Church, 4th ult, in which we find a tax-sale advertised by for reading the Independent Press out of the Democratic New York fir Liverpool in the early part of November but to leave the people thtrcvf perfectly free to seize it by enacting, not laws imfrequently that attt-mpi i

died at his residence in lkaooPJ. E*.t Florida, onFriday the levee tax collector for Cairoll Parish. We pub ranks, a proposed in the above article. So last. He left in the ship John Bright, underan I form and regulate their domestic in-titnti.
I F.b. 24, of the throati luh the advertisement, verbatim, AS we find it in the far A we are a..rt. that paper has always actedwith Ilht'ir own way, sul-jed oi.ly to the Cucstitution cf I such rnacttncnts -
evening "unconstitutional
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ti the Democratic party. However, the Press assumed name, wearing a false beard and nuts": the United Stat( { an.!
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; i Mr. C. was known in this section of Florida Herald, I follows: j veil for want t-f power in the l yi lative ..Irprtmeut .
and otherwise and
,,1 is able to in own behalf. tactic, disguised gave out tli.it
it Is there anthine i" f this
Ia I language t> to Mar- J Hence the declaration 5.1 tU* Or.rsviei
where h. labored in the ministry, many years ago NOTICE The floridian .no "authority for reading the lie was going to Canada. His assigned reasons for tie one.half! tlie Nation from its propriety-break I *. subject to the Col:slit Ml ion of the I'citid S-fate- '

with great acceptability and usefulness. At the To ion-MestdenI Levee Tax-Payer. Independent Press out of the Democratic ranks."- recrosting the Atlantic were, first an apprehension j up a great and gallant party like that
time of his doatb he Presiding Elder of the St I "VJOTICE i* hereby given to the nonresident ) organization, and on its Northern wing form a new tiinplated no authoritative lo the
.a grant !
Under the receive .
i\ Levee Tar their that management of Gen. Smith, the Press that he might a not to Ked-sputed: requisition legii'aturr.n -
Joins' District. Payer or Agent, the J and sectional one ? ( sn any o'.e find in thiS quotation subject to the Constitution of the I"n ited
t -_-_ Levee Tax, and Special Ln J.u. Tax for the was Imorte. but when it* prevent Editors 'or ins presence Washington ; second thai his pe r- | such startling doctrines that our staunch ln Congress may direct, ngnfct* or feline the sir.

i year 18S9, for the FarUli Carroll I DOW due, control they withdrew the paper from the sonal Mf'tji and even existence, was endangeredby i i'n must rock to an. fio with faction ? I* it not of the Cvnslitntion of the United State*. a'p. as e to rs

Found Dead. j and that the following named persons owf said Democratic ranks," declaring their intention the emnity and apprehensions of the persons I simple and plain in langiucje, and in accordance make them operative on a new Territory, lu.t i'u\
man by the name t>f Hollingsnoilh j Levee T.xl to the am.unl opposite their names t b with the spirit of our institutions? It denies add
\ditlot. .' utterly can nothing to, nor take anything fieri tlu .
in hence third for
his disclosure
mid if Mid independent politics; a mere statement implicated a disgust 9
below amounts are no) jn.ij within :
..found dead on Tuesday la-t, near Munson'* Mill! 1 1P the pow er of Congress to exercise jurisdiction power Hence Congress has in various
twrn-y Jays from the puLluutiou hrreof then I 1: of what they themselves avow to b their position a.l humanitarians," and Yankees. He proposesremaining I over this local institutions of orzniiized for ways eUbliflied
any government Urritorits
I tfc'u governments
>a in an ;lit" by extending
..llt. Corner 1..IJ h.1 \an apply (urn order : and Sale tn sell i i. not reading them out of the Democratic rank. in London there lo await an oploortuoi.ty or dictate wl.Atbt) shall be when asking executive leguUtive or judicial
on the body. aerIic-pro,il'- ; the in order I to said Lets authority ever
juest aS
Ytiution' proj'eriy fSffl.
lt.1 ) They ""T.done thai for themselves. for resuming his former avocation of au.atcur admisTfou on equal footing withal] the other! them, to suU-erve the purport r f civil HX-fly and.of .
I laxes. and all coat* !accruing thereon: It is true Jefl'ersonian interpretation of the 'f
I government, antecedent to Ibe
exercise ef
The Caueu Hesonioti. i! Our eoteniporary insists, that they of the Last Italian and revolutionist. lntt'a.1 siliv.r-
---- ------ -----
--- the
- -
tution and utterly repudiates eignty, in due form,
-- -- -,- -- ---- ,-- -- strong by the inliiilitaot* there -
We publish in another column the r..luliol] 1 No.of CW per ;5pr are somewhat tired of being compelled, year after I TheJacksontiile Sa d'lr.loflhe 151 inst. say*,- ment doctrines of the old John Adam school, There is no doubt that Cungret I ha thngUt t.?

agreed upon by a caucus of Democratic S-nit tor in "I IWabliinffton. .Ul ;I A errs.' ct-iiL crut.Duller. Tots!. I j year to visit the Capital whenever a Convention of I The FloriJiiin & Journal misquotes our statement found power for the exercise: i of every extravagantmeasure I I judge of the form and manner of thet.yejsivtsp

i Thev. were to the Senate :Ii I ,.-I -- : -- any kind is to I be held" This is arnurirp enough of the exports of Jacksonville < f six months for that might suit their fancy or their interest. govirnmfnt, which may differ fa irony es #Etial*,
J.rkntf Olrey.. ... .... 4>9: Ji-, 11 37Breard I : This extract *_nothing does nothing, but leaves .>. we have seen in the ff the
I, on the Ht indo by Mr. Brown of Mis i3rpi I i i. I ). lA..t.... | !5;. 411'--' ** IS 4*, )7Cfli.ley particularly when it i borne in mind that there I one year. Instead ofiL I being 13,350,231 ft of lumber I the matter just saj n lit re the Constitution leaves it.- I anil tony see in the future past, if history ocr e-n-uin
.. acqoi-itioD e ntinne. -
1; 12 7ti f 7* 50Copley
>
L Mid that they meet the acceptance of the whole A G...'odrioh.. ... It'll .41 4 111*;, MCopley i5! has not ben a Democratic Convention- held at the ,: valued -fi7fi,5"S for the year as stated l.y i It grant no power because it repudiates the idea but in all ai.1* every instance >ul-j ct to tli*

I body of the D"mOrI. except )1C" Dug'as.Pugh .I irong..I._ .. 'J Kl. S7 :. IS 25 '6'' Capita] since the year of grace 1S40'- I Vtrbwu *at.j that paper, it i is 3.>.&57,76S ft valued at f 435,:> io-< : that Congres* had any power lo grant withhold.. l Constitution of the I'nltcJ state,.
O'rIe Martan-t i; cia Itt ( 3' IMI.
: and Brow-n "but \ieldirgasrntto the 1)uvslt J/2 It j Our cotempornry concludes! : ; You claim under this declaration in the Organic I Tliere is a misapprehension tf torni"mST'OC
A T. lla. 4104 IIS 2s CO' lit* I j
\101. A bill has the
I I passed Legislature of Texas Act. the to abolish] I
right Slavery
(;arncU.Thomas W. ... .. 7 12 Territory of that the Constitution of the U&iud
1 declared do States rtrrie
principlM they not all to the .l : 31:1 i .\*. iiowetir, the time grows short we till. !
agree Uod.l I t ; the heirs and Kansas. doing, mistake both '
Hosej DD. Uy so the words
I I } j.1 5 M .> C.vir.g legal representatives rer30lIIkill..1 yen slavery into Territories, or km J cf .
i j T ,
in the
of tJ i concur proposition to lenvc the .f : any prup.rty.The
place
: j policy making on the lul ; j and the and
any dtcar.ton "h. meaning, misconceive the
(et"Ti. true of I Constitution
.
| Hooper. Thn*. A "... !(ii c; 1.. 1137, M 67 'j 1f.tinl to be dltmin.II. a of votes.- by negligence of common carriers a tit il remedy : spirit only protects prcperfy.wlitn ear-
: ( i i. the language of the Washington I' plurality the text Whatever power yon 's over the I Iquestion risul there, and all
correspondent Jacob, Ttionia.A.auJ l. 1 po contratts. ubligations'aol
fv 1T! ?-; "I ": 1S *1 including, hne\tr. in the '1:1 .1 } entitled for damage The pro i>ions of the bill also of I agreements
Slavery, would have in I Ius
of the Charleston Cowrtfr.lurder : I you possessed between and It
J..ml11 man is
t .. I Kinney. Janien .. . :! 1A1 fti C5 2 gs K.) ". I to vote, all thios.e journals' which rlre"ent Democratie jive the remedy agaiiiH any per'on who wantonly eminent a I'egreeilhout as with this clause! in I of man. not a respecter
or but
with
r ..' nnd persons property, operates equal
l.uc .J.hii A. jMneft. j I" :In 19V. ] >>> 7.1MssfleI4J. c.n.li.1E.u. -
,
I .,. .! 'llicl and without cause, kills another the like remedy the Organic Act which we use and observe fore all and in the
la ?Jadl.ol. .. 2W ( < 8s 16 Sl a 7''* 77 >M'i,.n. Lot u', tier, from Angu tine, ; every upon absence of the estrrise t>f
pK|
I'.anLcant"v.. ..... a.,' 174 i. ( ( I.r t duy as our rule of action not to find to take in
A nnirder : : JG; 4'') { is for damages. power sovereignty inch Territory, it is authoritative m
wa 1 Lake
c'nluillJ on Saturday lV.ila. City, Apalachict.la, Milton and thi -
hO1ing
rarpau.1; H.vpolile. 7*: 45 CO s M J-O J i iI : 1 sissy from any citizen his rights or his property, the protection of all A Constitution is
j evening last, near Ilnuiburg, MaJi-tm County belongiog Keed. Wm i ji.c 165 1-4 S-C li 04 Hi (x> 'i otl:erlVinacola paper. Peihapsw>three or four .. .*- On\'Yini resident to Guatemala: and lion. but to protect both. Every clause is full of this and rot creative. A Territorial protective,

to Iaj J. P. Watt The tuiiui '\4 Mr.M. I| K.-rc.S-aa.u.Un ns":IKle .i ,;,'. 10 Mi'. ? 3; ,., U ]!' of them for' ,Lake with City the, nnd lfn.1"r.1 then, "Oh and )whre Meen.rer.. will dura, lion. Beverly L. Clark, of Kentucky has nothing else It creates executive officers as administrators to pass laws to pnni -horn-thieves Legislature might, yet my refuse

l Winjate, Henry .. .. ?" 46 40': P S<1 W: JO \otC wiT.1-I of the law ; it authorizes the electionof t horse is much
.: D. r for M aj. W. He was killed I i V iUoa. Robert J.i* S a,t S In Mina lahasee be ?"* entered into the bosom of the Roman Catholic as mine as before, ajid would still be
I I
t $ just as be thearJun from \\ .A. F ... ......,' 1441; S35 7liS !I (104 29 I Church the ceremonies of abjuration of the old and a Legislature for the purpose of making laws; it mine if stolen, and I would ha v a right to sell bin,
.nh'rt returning I.Lr. 1 JIJ, TeinpUloiu. ... 255 45 t2tVinnW.O. 03 II | I is : novel pop.iion to call upon papers not establishes courts of justice to try all questions of if I could get a purchaser.
I l-y beins fclrLik from Uhlcd with a axe. After i : . . i SM21: ]\I: PC7 Zi:,; 27.M !iI j IXinocratic for tldr as to the place of meeting confession of the new faith having been performed controversy between citizen and citizen from The Constitution of the United Slates ext nJ overall
: \N inn Jb Uvertoo; : ...: :.: 1646. 42794 11521;, SB 13 breaches 'I'
of the
being killed, Lit body ..placed in a wheel bar. I of a Democratic Convention. Of this characterare in the cathedval of the city Guatemala with great peace to the rights of property the persons and property of the country and far

4 row and carried tu a lake vat. l>\-, where it '. The r ;nlir assessment fir Levee. Taxes for the I the Orals, Lake City, A'mlachicola and Milton pomp and parade.The Each department has its legitimate sphere of duty, ont into the sea. It knows no distinction sail cannot
I and
the
1859 is Ten Cents acie and 60o cent Legislature can no more adjudicate breaches know
per I ,
year per any Sorghum qnite
lied In a sliest and attached to an nmil and then j on the Stale and Mi Tnx. Te a>. -'mElt for the p"rernot one of them is a Democratic sheet. I Pennsylvania Democratic Convention on of the peace or the rights of property, than t11'I I Kansas, ant unknown to the '!anntry a new when thing the in

funk in twenty feet of watr. From the absencecf Special 1. .", i Five per acre and 75 their wUhes are to be consulted on a question of I the 1st ult. nominated by acclamation. Henry D. Courts can enact laws. You have vast powers of Constitution was adopted, i isjush as much property

)Ir. Griffin, "u'jti .iviis of foul piny were excited, | p<'r Ctn1 tn lie State and Mill Tax, G slo\. this kind why not take their advice on all other Foster Westmoreland county a* the Democratic legislation, I admit greater in a Territory, generally as Indian Corn. It isniost remarVslle that it never
j If above Taxes are not within the than in a State. Your restrictions :,
paid are itself
and on ling taxed with the murder, the negroes twenty matters? Why not heed their homilies to who candidate for Governor. lIon. William Bigler JohnL. very sjggettcd to any one to )-*ss a law declaring
few and '
'I days above named tlf interest at the rte of 8 percent your general powers are enormous ; it is Sor/hurn property and to tbw
_ I implicated co .-ed the crime and the particular will b tailed from the date of assesment a shall be nominnted for Congress and Governor Dawson, William Montgomery and Joseph Ba. I, one cans of anxiety mot frequently for a change j of the holder, so as to make secunnga it thjft to tral possession k.

attending the D.urd.1 aid bur IL Set en negroes I per D.: L MORGAN, who shall be elected to the) L. S. Senate, State ker were elected delegates at large to the Charles to a State, that the wild and reckless legislation of The whole question is simply this:-In tie Stab

r have been arrested and are DOW in the jai fct lad : Levee Tax Collector. Legislature, Ac. ? Put suppose the singular ton Convention ; and Richard Yauz,Philadelphia, a Territory may be confined to the stricter rules ofa I the people have exercised the nover.lgirty that i is
Office Board of Levee Commissioners. I pJp State Constitution In this I sympathize with in them and
: : lion. three of by the confessions made expressed it in a Constitution. Ik*
h.D. were sition of the East Floridian assented to, and George IL Keim of Berks county, were elected the But desire
i Dec. 12 1839. dec b people. a State ?
why Becaneyou Slates and the
IroliJect. ) people of the Stntrt in their
l the principal actors i in the killing,but all were privy 1 I hassee will still be found with a majority of voicesin electors at large. then act iu a sovereign cnpacity; the sovereignty rate and distinct organizationcreated, seps-
This document general
t the deed, long ntrineJ. I,which the act speaks for ill( No comment I I II I'f favor. I we add to the five alludedto -The Missouri Opposition convention met at is expressed in a Constitution : by that sovereignty I government, to which they imparted very a exttu r.
Those who pptr
: have and restrict the
was consummated. nee..ry. among us caught the as being opposed to this city,the St AnguMine Jefferson on Wed net day the 22d ult. Resolutions you regulate acts of jour public powers as a prMeetion for the whole,giving strength
servants. the restriction
"Louisiana fever" would do well to Sovereignty implies cf in time of and
it I I war simplicity in time
The Sentinel --- I I aTe stu.J Ocala and Lake City sheet*, the number will then passed denouncing the Democratic party for its alleged power as well as its exercise; it* right to act is inherent of peace; while Territories, neither and-economy being governed

on ParljOrganization and haie reached nine, while to the seven which are heresies in regard to slavery and other in itself; it knows no master and has no arbiter by a
Proscription. London Tiiitei it impatient with the persist questions sovereign, nr having exreied the sovereignty -
known to favorTallahassee may suredly added and nominating lion Edward Bates for President I This is the condition of a State, as opposedto which is in them, are much like a boy
la it. issue of the Sentinel b very
Tuesday in
t Lit tays:- cut n.gr. I(h"ef\tl. a recent article, thai the Time the Milton a Territory ; one is treated the other creates itself between eighteen and of .
Courier an.lthe twenty-one
,. .In the organization of the prits nominating .flood of pathetic eloquence and long years Of Ap1.chcola (! The Legislature of a Mate can only exercisethe is mustered into the militia en one years hand, age.lie and

I Contention, Ac.it ignores of a large Parliamentary struggling taught the English Penc1a TibNnt. This will make ten journal -- functions granted ; the Legi!lmure r-f Territo vet is under the control of a parent on the ttb'r.

body of citizen w ho are not of the Democracy; ,' that the world made pw* which prefer the Capital to elite divided between Socru CAROLINA I* nix NATIONAL C'-oS\"E TIOf.- ry exercises such powers as are not prohibited. It I I Its time is employed in answering the commands
for
but Wl itf* and .\II'lieal. In advocating the pie t imagine wa S 0. two other points ; P that, in any aspect in The Charleston Arm says: can abolish all legal relations between man and of both, yet in no period of hit I'.fe does he careless
:
c1aiO'< its party'. it rfI.I5nl th Wllig lnJ A. I Tlie 7ime has arrived at the following conclusion : which the matter maybe ,'ie.el. Tallahassee has "We do not speak unadvisedly when we say that wife; it can abolish all"laws for the collection of for either, provided he can Lavit his own wy,

werican as "ifuih. disuniting the ecaiise The negro is a lazy animal without foresight the South Carolina delegation will not submit to debts; it can abolish the Sabbath clay, or prohibit and he takes it very often to the annoyance of Mb.
any I not only the plurality of votes in her favor
do in by the ,
not their I
they intention of bailing of school
tzpreM; adanc. and theiefore Sunday ; it can repeal all At
requiring to be led and com the nomination of Douglas, and that it will insist twenty-one he feels the responsibility of Uk
going Desired into a party, where they' are neither invitednor r led-1e is decidedly inferior, very little ri.o whirls are (otemorr expresses a wiingt to that the platform of the Convention shall contain i laws in relation to contracts between man and man ; lug careofhims.elfL Hundred*, s-nd I naysay thousands

by the leaden!: a mere animal. He is void of H1-r.1inlf abide, but ("/fjortI. This ought to eCDlisiTf. an endorsement of the Drol Sott decision that ; it can rtfuse to provide for the punishment of a for these and other reasons will not live on

Tlie Sentinel knows. well tl.atbe Democracy of and i* the creature of ercum.lane .-"scarcely flf the Southern people arc entitled to have their slave crime or protection of virtue ; and were it not for I der the restrictions of a State CoWitntion, but will
Florida and of the i i. take care of himself for Agency for the Return Trip. I our courts of justice, which it cannot al-oiish it follow the Territories
country an organized part}- t no care to morrow property protected in the Tern tones. It i i. as I as lone asMhere are any w
S that it is organized on principle. In order to i -II" no desire for property strong enough to induce The Detroit Free Press says a Mr. C. J. Bn''n. well to broach at once and directly the main proposition ,I might transfer one man's farm to the occupancy of follow.
carryout I him labor-lives from hand mouth In after weeks involved another as well a* all other property, and nothing The biil before
iu and j t t I some investigation among the runa to witthat Douglas is nominated me, which is id tins words-
principle togiec to but its want .
j efficiency it acton Jamaica emancipation has thrown enormous tracts 'It in Canada, has established an office in that the State of South Carolina will not give ofcomplstenvereignyeheckaisabil. SEC. 1. That slavery or invelsntarv servitude,
as a it becomes nece at time that of lands out of cultivation and the WIY fly ii the exercise of power. That it lacks and I for the
; Itry. ary they on thf1 negro : the of him her electoral \01.. That vote will be isa potent ; except punishment of f rime whereof the
should awriuble in squats, getting all he with little city purpose returning such fugitive slaves of the Black that rep.Ier the Bill before me mischievous Li en- shall have
County meetings or : or t that 'aol very I to defeat the success Republican party been duly con--irte.i is, and iliad
tt
: National Conventions, in order that they consuittugettier I labr. end sinking the most resolute fashion back | t(, their owners as me desirous of going back. He I party. if given to another statesman as if given to pen-le-inz'of htiraiion.that which is the very WONt speeieo be forever abolished in this Territory.

In thea.e IJa) I tle savage slate. ; furnishes transportation tickets, puts them in charge : Douglas; whi'e the refusal to cast it will but illustrate legislation can inflict a people. Sovereignty "Stc. 2. This act shall take effect and be W
nlteting all nemra, no the and constitutional views of South does not reside in Legislature: ; it resides in force from and after its "
i --- -- i of an apent. and collect and commissions dignity passage.
matter how long or Ihor a time they may expenses Carolina. Let the election, if fail in the I the people ; and their sovereign acts must precede would indicate that doubtful
I Sara Houston and lexlco. j from llitrir owner*. The Free Press necessary l-Ki'ative l.>die And hereI you are sensible of the
; m hase belonged t the party, are invited to participate I says I Electoral College and gn into the House of Representatives presume is the powers you were exercising/or unite to
The of Sam
I rock you
rumor invasion which
I of Mexico on have :
There numbers of the
loulh.n' are who you sp'it. sovereignty rest I
-but none other, nor should they be. This isM poor erf.tnrt! are (where each State cats but one ani an ded in penalty to Its provision You merely enact into *
break out again from Washington, where statements i star\ing to death in consequence of their inability equal vote,) and let the issue come. Thry -.ouM! Legislatures then indeed, no one would dare I law the provison in the Wyaudott Constitution.
well known practice, and acknowledged by aUto t<> themselve, and doubt to dipute your sovereign act*. But in this ;
are made t the cfftxt that va t preparations I support we hate no that come in .Assembly provided by the Constitution creat It is merely declaratory. 1 on give no notice to
be a correct mode of the new enterprise will have successful of essential jon are deficient an.} hence the embarm
Even the Sentintl run the
I preuc are going on in Texas for the I and where there i i. official responsibility. They owner of the slave-yon take judsnjesi'on
admit it correctness, (or in it appeal t the I --- expedition.-- bu'.inl''e have,always made the welfare of the will never rightly conic, nor will they find solution > roundr in completing lour I him but are careful to impose no snap,oalty if he
a1l1 I'
rises an of our special solicitude, and si.htion. You can ..
object J"l1.
lv. to speak out in regard to iU for I now in the irresponsible caucuv or conventions of rep laughs at your sudden interference,and ** t11P
proposition We learn that
pre J2f last the condition purso
on nlating of
advice
I Saturday nigJ a every one of them to go directly to Mr. .** master and ,slave or yon even tenor of his will
: holding an opposition Convention in the State, it young man, Mr. Thomas Footman, .. by a Ii Brown and get their return tacket It is very mere par'i. -- -- i I. can repeal such law,, or refuse to pass them, but I which yon touch the way.subject Th show very the delieaay deubt yon

only calls upoa those papers which it think mot negro m.D. in Bel-air. The particularsas we have I obvious that they will have to give up their white Mr. Houston's : you lark the sovereignty necessary COUE'atea slave, hold as to the propriety of a.dlealste
them, are f.no.: Mr. Footman had wives and such little Report. or wrest him from his That yon-set,
t _______ I likely will favor the project S long then .the l.arne stepped out for a walk a about 9 o'clock, when on I that while they have luxuries not a,second yet the shirt fact remains to their. In the ]latest Tallahassee papers we find the annual power which cl-tr. undisputed owner sovereignty is an exerciseof alone I the conclusion that it i* largrlj mixed np willsparts'

-i Stntintl remain aloof from the Democratic I*rty. passing an unoccupied house he heard persons con. backs here, they wi not need any at all when they report of the Presidency of the Pen. and Geor !t J, can ef rcise; and it must be done by the sovereign ) I politics. To meet all these phases of the s !l*>-

:' i L.DO right t complain because it i not invited versing.upon which lie entered and perceived two negro get home to the warm climate. We predict that gist Rail Road Company to the Stockholders Itis; i himself, in convention assembled. In that capacity I' ject be as, satisfactory hastily prepared as possible.this paper aad leave so that ftUhinir it mi?'

; in Iu councils. The in. men, who retreated upon bit entrance. I He pur I the through return route will entirely the | you adopted a clause in tour Constitution, at Wyandott doubt
_ t prcpt DOrt. when one of them turned and fire eclipse ; a very elaborate and finished document of Us character that as to my views in retnrnrng the BilL Ti"as
to I underground declaring slavery should
j tiU .hl. people of the South to join their .ue. ,but the gun-supposed t be attempted a musket, from rird i differing a great deal from Rail Road Rt'ports.I I' in the State of Kansas No one is silly never exut my time has been, and absent from my library

party,but they only call upon those who accept the the flash of the powder-.mis edfire. The negro then I BAMS DoVt Recnrr MISTAKES.-The St Loois I generally. Exceedingly plain in its meaning and i |!I dispute that right ; and had you derlared enough it ehonld to I or book for reference I have len #oi *lW I"tC'

invitation who intend tad with and be of them, resumed his retreat, and Mr. F. thinking the dangerover Democrat tells how a firm in that city received five simple in its style few will be wearied in readingit. exist in the Stale of Kansas, this right was equally rely persuaded upon that memory for facia in the a ml3 main date correct*, but

I to attend their meetings, and give than the benefit ,the gun having failed t go off, cotinue isispursuit packages of money, each supposed and ostensiblycontainIng The snljeet discussed however has an clear and none ever disputed it but Ihe old John they are, a MEDABtDa.
,and when in a few spaces of hi negro $1000, on a check on the State impor- Adams school of atrong constructionist; and ille- I
I of their ad lee Now, with what joti can the tnrnad and find tie contents of gun te, mixed The money ..not counted, by the' BDk or lance interesting to all The reports gives a fair itiIWlte R'pul.it'aoilru. of royal and itaperisl die.

_____ &.itisdeo.uplain of this rTe hot, lodging U Mr ?'. brea and shoulder .He by the Stt Commissioner, f tite whom the Back I I statement
_ i: tiiel say* that-. \en called for aM.ne., the negro J When Ute drawing the j The I'resident has not set down a single ti irure. ..! rsw'te'n514Ge-sStJ an.i dn.n..inJllae eider of and influential meeting wa* |IscU in the City H<*['>
e fn money .
t ; "Withouta >. political office* ort ore it could be rd rd. -The wound Is ep eDte there was a of $500, The Bank I'I we dare !y, that is Ineorrect, iinles it be iou low IMr.;* -ni-raiy.! Yon uli1.-1ta. w rK exjvret to Perth, on Tuenlay evening the Lord Protest iS

Sut ainocnt di.rbU people o th-StaU with severe one. but wear* glad to hear tic U D dO" rectify mistakes alICIh.. Commissioner said S an estimate, nor w there any extravagance of idea the Item and machinery of a railroad train prevrte the chair t.' eiprc** sympathy witli'Dr. f1># T'r*

r I of .quality te fcineas nertr can ICe n cnade morta'. The Dt bad lot cap- Ills ootjnt was right; the Bank eaplojtea arc not*! j! divulged from a careful rcadingofthe report. The at forty mile I'Pf J. l-y ranntn- it off the track as and to denounce the system slavery ha the I'm'**""

,of the Sowth.o Th. tr of I I1r up bni evening. .fseppos.4teb.ooe fur honesty, and tilt firm U out |4oO. Wotilfnt a I j report contain much interesting information hav to pr..cru the rUlltn 0 these Sovereign States outIle State. The resolution proposed were uun'm1ly -*

= t aI Ameiican Spothern proscription of a nnmberofrusawas who are Inrkinc about ta court of law. in this ess* at Uast make the Bank lug the value of truth an-1 reliability. hill ap.pear .. : oftije true 'on.lruet.n s.f the Constitution.i adopted, and a committee aprxnsted U> CUI%**
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TELEGPAPH. TiE KQCAL1TV. OF TiE GflATE.ST ilccej. Ie UJ* im'f1t.Jilllt'i M1ei".t-J i-lnl ln.u; New Blacksmith Shop. A. F. HAYWARD Cotton 8eod

He coi)!""-M-.l |Tii cuilt, but refuJC.I tu inuke allY .
--. JAME-. .' uu\: ttatt'incut hlll'ti.al1! uth". th.tigo l1t. wn.rvidcin irn SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED HIS purchased T. HAYWARD A SON'S I FOUR HUNDAKD RffSflfcLS BOYD'S rl:- ;.

ilk I IIIOM: EUROPE. I I that lIe had not I jiwtf irnicd the tllnlKilical act alone. I r.r HAI.VO ng mi.:ell stock of good.intends I CO!TON 6KKD f<4 sale at (1 per

i \ .The glories of our M'). ril l *Ial. I IArc lie expre ve.l no ".rn w 1hlflllg coinniitte.1. the -1 ri oQn.Y'mcn.c' Verpinjc a general ADlIOrt mert ofPLANTATION b'i'heJ. bv BKARD & DEN II AM.Si > i

/. lOF'TII}: flmJovf.. not v.l-umul' tll ; I awful 'ril,,. I'n.1 l ,imrj the prepaiiil'oiii! fur h;;". (ntl. t.b I.. 1I.ulle S GOODS a.laF.-ki5lh6O. S. '..
..::1 r.\/---'fi There I i.no armor rptin- FAe I.I \eetitiini with) .I..h.t l 5n.iCVr; ,-nee. Iii'! WU tr>,.J JI tothseot1sn5Itkeewii, e I"- S -- --- --- -

Dcnlli lay !hi>i* ou kng": .; .1\l f.. ,' = < Asp
joy IIIuJe I 1\ a 'III1:1.i.lf": n' -tin; i>ftw" erliol r< Hb p 't-f Mr. 1pp .U..1" !" George S. Collins

FH I -I 1C( A. $ccp're ami rrn"n "i j |M>ititeil .i.rllui I j.iiiH| >.e I l\ n Iir.'e i.ieclil" f.r '' *i
A Must in t"IIlt. ,1.,," n, il.r citircr' i And the dti I I.
'i niode -
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"Ila{ hid *a* "OIl.jUI'I..1 l with pt carr. *t the 1'\'' prepared t" perform I in tide market *rnl certaiuly "I luw as .nr. rfltftttAMiMimcnt
v.T \ "'* V i.1i 1. Th rtcsmw'.l/rv J lnr With the |I.or crwkcvlythc and fldc. I where the innnlrr "ns rommitted. Two .tl.er ,, all work including _, io this eity.Tsnvn AT LA", 1

4 ,1.1 I.:\. 11ot..h'.I'! t. Fel I 't1i. Some rien "illi ."'..r.lIhA temp llie fiejil. : were coniniilte.1 Jail.-Homt Companion, rA.28!, Hdrze.bhoring, .1,., CASH on war.t CAU.FP oo. Call nm? : FIJJr.rn.t

I'. ':.11 f..r llw ...1 Si.'NMi IrU*. ../ .'I1IIInt fr.l l.hlr..I.I.r.) .llie* kill ; _.- ---- intrusted to bin charge, in t1i" l>e,t manner arch flC'S price tlu-iit fxf-re purchasing: elm'ewl.-r'-. r-- (?f i 'I' orrr iir ..!.', II7Ii.'. _O

,,' ; .' .. f..& t.)4l', II.J1Irn 6.f .a I Urt ihnr folr"lg i eru'.1 Uu mti-t 'i.ld i ; i prrinl llotirrs.Dr. ,I I"-' I urchin. IK" Il-6-n JObEPH Sentinel 11.i ALSTON.M March: S. laf.O. 10 St nt im-I "'>py. rn ,. U. I it-i; '. q .
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tame another ftilLEarly
Tliy one lcorY.I S '-
_-,., iik.t di'.hig 11&i'l, I.ct .t-.1). TLe I : : ;
: u: or late -5- Just Received ; T Donald Cameron

.'. fn.ifl .1'. i.vuu toa]" aLe 1lJ'1J'J.' d.. They nloop I.t.te.Ami I HoKfetfrr Hitler have reired the .rm- I It ahjiie* Alikelor All PER SEW ORLEANS STEAMER ,

: 'w t' ... : iniiU giv* uj heir niurniurin lirrath, I met enromiunu: from tie pn n and HpIc( throughout the : ; ;rJJB1dlf.8: O l t 1P !
LiULTALLtIIASSEE
i.a'.y Wlnn t'ninn. A* a .Blii.l"le Ionic for thc cure or Djruprjmia, 1'Ululrnre "IASON-S-CII'A.tIKGE BLACKING is the SIDES. _
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.;,I"-in-: I Oricant uti. they. i pale caj.liYvn, creep to Jfth. I Cn and.frrnrml nonoun debility, it enamel the kiwi in u
'M..W-'! ; . .:1.1.111iJ.M. I41<,. ..GI1.16.Lt i iI 11M piilinj either ou jour brow, : l I- r{>mariiel.'e.I through Eirr our<1.111.1.. n-w Joumoln.c.i-*>if im There(reed is effi-ct fl'lhl.geqial .rerhrniik It preserve th* Boot oa which it is used makes j Family(Flour I : FL.OFfiCE -.
iff J.
1 j.b..k. .. I La'Ja..b..tilJ.| l Then least I" Ilbore Vubr mighty J"fJ! ; 10 the enjo)mont 1..lh.l s bit,h tlie afflicted rxprrlenr the leather soft and p'isble and thus prevents: its !I Mess Pork.
.' ir"f .1... a. t"iglttL Uti.) d4rHfl tl* lmu| ,1..lll""I''I.e! altar IKIV.Swr i S h"n ui'nethn, taluaiiV! .J'e. 8 .
a'Ioll a diwiHirr.1 oiomncU and mite cien'jilt --
iKuniim -
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.. I I.lirehi i flJy .n ifcfrt lor 1'13iti. .victim LlecJ |! ..f therntire liumantMxIjr. oIiiHiM rn-t.nimend it i.. all mates, be tie atino-phrre dry or moist, warm .>r | March S, 1860. ---O Sentinel copy.ISTOTIGE. i FRSALE
. .1 1 hradnniKt conic I IT. elasu of our rnnimunur. AI I that will I* nrrrtftn tn tonTtnre cold ; soil I'I&!. f.-r a quarter of a century enjoyed i .
"?" !.AT ..!.1i i<* er'fcroraUe ; the market fcr thr c..lJ toinl. I Ihe .ki.ptlral u(lU hf' lIb, effi-cU, is to pDrchtM a bot- the good opinion (If mankind. (
lie ami lie eimtmred.Sol.l I .\ HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WITH
'' .:1 i .t .I by Drujrin-u clot dealer -erj'where. 1TOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned is -LX. the out.buiUiiQ2". whico are verypleasantly .
;. .II" .i..al tu. ( "j. .La.e3 mukd *wttt all') L.USII in the i.uit.Hcsolntions I I e'- tad.erti'enierit In another column. {grt'atLnd cheers the solitary hut of the lonely buck 'I _Lin want of f''ploJmf'nt at his trsie-ja i a practical situate on the principle.

,-i. r. The I*:Mioa ia the Bank of En*. --4. I wool-man. I Mechanic. Hou'e Carpenter Screw Bailer and near the Depot within a fW
v ;1 ;
tC'ba
of the Drmocralic Senatorial ::n tRflIEH. Like the Sun it diffuses its genial influences upon I I
Running Gear Maker. Ac would to woik infix ments walkoftbeCapitol.! It has
..1 I JCI2S.WAMlsCCLLAMXHV. ; prefer I |
:- Caacns. On tlie JSlli of Feliruarj by ilm 1.rr. F t. Cranch Mr.TVM. all sorts nod conditions (if men, and challenge their '!
I I country and! who will excellent WELLcf
? any |>ervn give me work on 111'1 jtxxl w .
j jL. .. esteem aud admirntioti.
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It T \'-I.nI.r TulhlM. t
Gei-fii.' Miss MAKY T.
t either in I.TOJI Oadiilon, JuITersoii \VaLnJIa FiuitTieis. : .. which make
n ." "i.* xtix 'S14'Y .UM>UI the c a1 i if AVt" nre indt-bted to the Charleston ..Veirj LtVTON. ....! IaihIrJTloc. .1. 1:non.| f Uontirrliur For sale wholesale nnd retail hy !! !, tlmll hare their work done! nccordinj: to contrart oounte I desirable' : to one" that may wish it very tv a convcnieU p!.:i"ant situa and .IfI ,

1 i .- :' 1 : ..... j ("r the foflott ing resolutions! ; which emanating : ---i __ ___ -Mar.-- 10/60. 11 AMES A LIVELY. !I IClark's I and in quiik lime Should any person require njn I tion. ('ILL A\I> SEE IT JOHN BOV MAN. .

''.' 1'i. ..it.'I':: S.h t..t.:id. : ss thev do from the ablest bmh' of statesmen S fa;''t 1rlz5.? 5 vlee: tlu-y "ill please address met the post office Tallahassee Feb. I 8, 60. 8
C 'j .t Plow. h Talbhn :t't. M,m. as I nm lath able end milling -- ---

in this or pviLnjis. am ot er cun'ry.: will, of = : i and anxious to Lc firployfd. Cotton i i. worth ten / Charles M.: West

:::1, 1.U;' TUOs OF I*IX. J. x t'LtlcE.C' ', comtr.r.nd the uttct.ti; 'II of !l our > i 11' ( ) l r :IT. "M IsL1s.1: : P.iteutedl-ehiruaryl4tb, 1800.rpHC cents: per pnund ; ererv coo els": is bust or n..llr1\f. ,

T.VKU. Mi .. Slarcfc r.-Tb M,ryUu LrgiiI COT :! -- -- ----- -- and me hue. It will never do ; th- i.lie ore umirasyI I I DEALER IK
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I re,'K ctd tUc Ucn. A. IWre L'ni readers! who (.1:tilt ,.:in rii.: ?. TheAVaj \i;;.\ l: ; right to sell this PLOW in the StatM of.L the cmj.lojed are cheer.'ul. JOHN il. HILL GROCERIES and PROVISIONS

says : 'Hies? $ : : will 1:0 ::er x..nadiu-i.ig 11,0'41. Georgia and Alabama has been sold! aud a!- March 3. tHiI03t
.1:" :.n.O:. 1 ------ ---- -- I GENERALLY.
t r r.\Krj:: si-rned tv Col. Jo-eph II Alston, of Lrr.n count v.-
doubt tho Senate. Tlie tinfcic \ LL orders accompanied by the will .
; hope CASH meet
pass I :faN-Il 5. Hr:g G,". Uni":, X !j i \ i r.vvTTuKatYuESLfcAi.: Kv .\\ raav be in Ia! jed that: the Democratic! National ';:Iwlm eotton,2. casrS tuiucco: 4 Italia liiJn, .! bbl. wax, for '111.'. _Apjily isnmediateliThis is no humbug I -01 Feb. prompt C
6 Sentinel
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\ ,-II"G1"Iarh: :.-Th* IViU-J Main AllotBf Conven'.iop! at Cliaiieston511adoptt5.eni: I IS 4 pl\> n..te.tareh 7. Frnr. TulhwaT IjinestaT, f..r New York with invention, but i. strong, simple and 1 cheap.E. 'HE Sixth Course cf Lectures in this Imt'ntioii :_il.l8eo.5 copy.DISSOLimON "

.. tHclUm. J. & Diael i It BOW I .JI f fi':9 lii.-| .tl.in, M bins: f 3 ruj. 2 btb. tcgar 130 hides, 1 k CLARK, Patentee. I will commence on the firnt Monday in May next (OF
-i.'! ; 3 the Democratic J1. llll. Any Iomhc! t bbt. I.e... March 10 I860. 11 and cont'uue untl the last of tie following August

i!:. I ---. -- -- OO-P nr1n.erah,1.p.'I"HE .
'r't: : i IN' I-ORT. MARCH 8. FACULTY
:
for tho planted it and siucerely
I lrcdtn upon lark tmL'(n'ler.Jr.. Iluhn 40a tore, rharg-nj '. For Sale J ALEXANDER MEANS, M. D, Professorc.f Chemitry partnership heretofore existing between

s..n.X1.\DEMOCRATIC COX\' mox.IUfll' cndorsirg them, be he from the North I nod Piarmg.H. ( *. underpinned L under the name, style and firm \
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South will! the A LARr.Eand CoMFOIJT.JLA WELLI\G. I W. BROWN }. Profe.-orof At.atoroV.JOHN of J. R. GREGORY 4 CO. i is this day dusolvea .
riNA.. MarcL 1.-Tbe I) craUe or from the sweep coulltr : ommercia 1. D.. .
| .utn Ki b .
!' W. D Prof. of Print'ip1t'1'ooPrnrtiee
M.
:.flTCfl- .'fl )have api .iuted three delegates! at large I 'll'.c good sense of the] 1'01.11. ftf! the li.iu-d I -. -. ----------- ---.- -- --.------- -- and if desired some valuable] Lots near in 1ri I of JONES Medieine and ,General Pathology JOHN R. GREGORY

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'M Otarlr'ton Con t'ttltj"m. Their nanuare I 'r.LL.lI.SEE l'l.RKET.TALL.II.U..u M high h state of cultivation, all or any porti<.n I "Princi- HENRY A. T1LLISo'IIAST. '
T& : Slates, will, for the sake or the I'rion: ensure W F. WESTMORELAND M. D., Prof. of
,,,',ii (aY..I..n. William 3tutitOtflT.. and Josq.h I II. ; March 9, 18CO. r ofwhiehwillbedispoeed cf, to sut purchasers. I TI ill I pies and Practice of Surgery. Tallahassee! Feb. 8th, 1860.CoPartnership. .
his election. I also cell a pair of gentle HOPSES, aud a '
young
all IJiglcr men. CflTTnX-Thl'lam in tae market U In furor of lae barer. '. S. POWELL. M. D, Prof of O@t lries. -n- It
;; ;.Ur.' alUrlhe I. RcsolrrJ That. in the adoption of the Middling I'plandi quoted: at 10 cent .I CARRIAGE neatly new. Apply to I II J. P. LOGAN }[ D. Prof of Physiology and Diseases -
1110,, ( .intention aJjourncJ oppnintrnent March 10, 16CO. 1I-H t.lIAYWARD.
cf Women and Children.J. Notice.
of Federal Constitution the States adopting the HEIR COI.K5, Cotton Broken. I
..i '! ', :'-1\t<* to Charleston and the aJdoption a --- .--- G. WESTMORELAND. M. D, Pro of MItt ria
acted severally as free and intlt'pt.ndentsover.igntil's nndertigred have this day formed a eo
same
Cattle for Sale. THE part
H. ,C. rflOhli..n.T IAKK Metlica and Medical Juri pruden''e..
and will continue the
of their I Drug and Apvth
I ... resolution* .i.Wf the Cincicnati pint' formi delegating a portion NEW YoBh, March C.Cotton market firm, with rpHE SUBSCRIBER offtrs, at private; sale from Practical Anatomy under the direction .f tbe Professor cary business! under the name, firm and style of
be exercised bv the Federal Gov. ,
,j ,"....re the ri,utt.' li U .larcs in lie Territo' powers to sales to-day of S.OOO ba'es; Middling Upland 1 1 Jc.SUbtrtisrmcnb. JL eighty to one hundred head of STOCK C AIT LE. of Anatomy. J. R. GREGORY & CO.
eminent for the increased security of each Call and examine early. JESSE AVIIRITT.: J. O. McLIN Janitor. ,
:" I't purelvaju rI'4: against dangers domestic well as foreign : Bailey's Mill March 10. 1860. 11-41 N. D. Ai.VlGNY. M. D, Curator of the Museum. partnerhip.
coi.Ckt J.Hirimn: >J .ji]"1aaJ JOHN R. GREGORY.
: and that any intermeddling Ly any one or more Jrlu Clinical in-truction given as heretofore, regularlythrough HUGH ARCHER.
'-. -i.lcut r.i.olutnau' A, /1JUt..t.n; ; are Mrunglyi I I
; Notice.
States, or by a combination of their citizens, the course. F.b. n.iseo. 7
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Ct of.rot..tic.o to lie iron A nd coil intcrcft' I -- ----- --- TIle Dissecting Room furnished with plenty of
or
i with the domestic institutions ot the others, WEEKS after the first pnblication of this
.n.I! I'rrtiJeU HneLjCJin'! vi.vr in regard I TALLAHASSEE GUARDS. SIX good subjects for the whole course, will be open by
,r.i! l1'tC on any pretext whatever: political moral, or ; ', the undersigned will apply tn the Judge the 15th of Fresh .ArrivalsAT

t. 'I!......itii'uiifK. TL j- rla religious, : j i A T T E N T I 0 N FEES
orllllt' non, zCt fd.e Clearietlen ('entemti'n.k''NIE'ItN.tL tion s.j; l or sub\ersiui, is lit >idlt1! ; the Conslitu- j ordered JOHN'A. Matriculation Ticket taken $ 5
!' \rOl are hereby to of 'aid Ct.uuty. McINTOSH. ( only once,) 00 CORNER DRUG STORE

I (jot), iiisultiii'! lu th.oiVeiio: itlei'f'rd with, I. Gl.cgow. Oa.. March JO, 1860. 11-Cw Course of Lectures. . . . . 105 00 ,
meet fjr drill front of the
XEU' I t'tlJt:1 er5 lilt ir dome!'ic!; r .(( and Irai.quili-! J' in __ h_ Dissecting Ticket (required once only.). 10 00 AMONG WHICH AKE

\VM1flGtu%. Mun-h II ta.: t4m0.C : i.J-jecJs for wh'eh: the Constitution was '! Ccurt House in Tal'aliassce, oo Notice. Diploma. . .. . . .. 25 00 CHOCOLATE, Cocoa, Mustard in bott s. Olive

-. !..h.< l lkmiti,>mut' c!*cV fiom Call '1 ty rrul-:1hl tends I Thursday next, 15th iut.By Good board can be bad at f 3 to |4 per week. '__.i Oils puie. Spices, all kind, \irvtow Ghv
,Ly r.tCe5 3rJ consequence, order of the A LL persons having claims or demands of whatA For further information addressJ. Putty. Pure Lead. Sine White Uusoea Oil, Bo.e4'
': .1Ii..1: auu h.. ti. s.-at. Hie riori.U : to weaken and tJc-trny the Union itself. I Captain. .1 snevercharacter against the estate of the late G. WESTMORELAND. Dean. and 'Ita w. by tie barrel or 1I1Ilo. I

:- M,.\t nHidal urJ i-for tW I9t l in't.I .- i J. Itcsohtd lliat n >gr'> U\er3', as it exists I March 10 __11___ _P. __B._n BROKAW_ ____, Orderly.__ Hardy Brjan deceased! are requested to present Atlanta. Ga., March 3. 1860. 10 -AL.SQ- .

I 1 ii.ii.linjr the net .cuLlii Spring & Summer Goods. within two from this date or they will be
Ordinance
,. .. rUL. I I of their domestic insti- '! years An
I j' 4.j\ an important portion barred and! a.l t'uofe in ..t.tl'd111 make EXTRACTS ,
payment
... ".. I", r '" Ufttj'unia' an.1 ollirrt Ti ctir5. i! lions, inherited from their ancestors, and existing \ 7"E are now rccei\inz our Stock of SPRING <1 jmmeJiatflr.; L. C. BRYAN. Acting Ext'r. T, rahe a rtrtnve for the City of Tallahauet for '.
WITCH A*
> > SUMMER GOODS, coodatii'g of a 'cncr.tl1SSU.tlZlctat the flare tommcnting vn thtfrtt day of'A- Aiiofa
year
I"1.; At the adoption! of the Constitution by f Maich 1U.. ISO?. 11SwNotice. f ira!, in the ytar one thoutand eight hrnjrtd and Hclitrope.i-
t, 'L.. Il'ise.a rec42ti4n ".1ALpte'l tot'n'luire which it is recogniivd as constituting: an imjiorlant :i DIIY! noonnoois.. SHOES -- -- -- -- *iftySECTION. EXTRACT Ha/. Buquet .de Caroline ala
article Toilet
'. .ril.tnrccothrc11crr ofC ei ..n.rn clifiicnt in the apportiDtiinent of i STIIAW: GOODS HARDWARC. I. Be it ordained ly the Intendant and Distilled Cologne*c-natir (aop nor ,)

1.1. -'III! lu irt.re..r .iah tte rxr'uti.1n ,.(the I Ib powers among the :t.ttt : :lIId! ;at no change j CHINA. (SLASSOCKIRV C IX montl: after date, the underpinned i will pr- l Cvumil vf the City of Tullahas Soap. JVmad POTASH* FIRST SORT.
(: AND Lisi final accout.t, and vouc-hrri, to the Judge shall be levied nod collected the followmgtoaxes ROCK ,
u.u.yLc1' Leu wwrJ itt elevtiueieenng in of "Ii. ion or feeling on !Ill"' part of the nonelavi j ; GROCERIES L sent That there
\\Li.'h !I.,,' .f Probate of Leon and for final discharge the fiscal the iresh Garden and Canary Seed of all kind. with A
we are gulling at pric f.G. ( county apply a for year commencing on let day
If the I in tionIn
.' ;":-. ..UUt. : holding Stated ( 1.11)11 ri choice "election of
I I A J. MEGINNIaS. from tl.e admininUtration! ou the estate of "f Apiil. 16CO :

\;. I: .'m. afText. intr. 4!.- Hl a r..Ju.ion t. this institution can justify then or their cit. March 10, JiCO. ll-H I Mary M. TuWnsiud. -cei8ed, Lite of said eountv. 1-Upon merchants vending goods, warrQ(1 :BABE: 2rijO"wsia SIEEIX

iz'ns in con'lt attack the-eon with a ,' -- --- ,- -- -- LYMAN SMITH, Adm'r.March of five cents erf '''un*
j ii C<' tniilioit J..u..rll at I IKJitp. -**! of ti.HI > openor --' merchandize' a tax thirty on puRE WINES AND LIQUORS,

:'-. <. t.> 'pri' U>rtirni* oa I>HIlio .trauK- \'i.to its owrllronnd that all curb at- STATE OF FLORIDA.P.OCLJt.ATIO1T. .10, ISf-O. t 11-6m dred dollars in value of the etock in .ra"ball the first for Medicinal purposes.
ean ascerS -
C. : n i.! to tltc O aii.itttc on Military AfTairv i ticks arc in ;.>\iolntion of the mutual I. -- -: STILL -AH'EADI) -- day tained.of April next, aa Ol'lIrt1 the san- MRS. ALLEN'S ZYLOBALSAMUM

S4ilt'mn "pledge to protect and ilefei.d each DOUGLAS -Upon venders of goo"'ll"lLI'es and merchaD' II HAIRRESTORER12.

\ \ fI.X1.! r-XIXt'Tln: (nlTnr.. other given by the Slate.6, respectively on i & SHEIIWOOD'S dize (other than Itinerant. ens) who shall commence ALSO C

C. :F.l' :.- '.'.. |airtv .1 vijrj njvm entei ing into thecn-istitulional compact which '! NEW SKIRT business. after. I" first day bundred"* AprJ dollar" ",.in* Every description of Fresh Drugs and Chemicals!

f.....*. tli. J'.,iflll. and are a manifeit breach : tiT pg tax: of ( lilly- Ye c': ou every for sale by J. B. GREGORY t Co.
.
estimated and
; .\ f r !!.Mius t"iiirti :'n IVl.morr.; Tuti TUB k 'n be as-
of faith and! violation of the tnosi soiitnu I Iohi OOV i .RNOn.B .. value of their f Ir".deto Feb. 11, 1860. 7 GT Sent. copy.
i .i .t I th.:, .\fl''a: tltii'L tl:nz. .n or THEBOv.'TH." .....1 G)rt.) ".tb upon ""lr commencing bustdesa.
atiols. i iJ v.rtue: of the provisions of an net of the Oenral 3-4) household funiiture,including gold and .
beautiful skirt pt'O.1\ II. MIL TOor
and
The most perfect ever produced WM. K.: AN1)E1ZLhX..teM.
;
:t.:. I : : ;.f. .1.0rJ .h UluI : }. Rejoiced, Tliat the Union of best Stati s j 1 Assembly of this State, entitled An act silver plate and mmic.il. instruments, and upon all

rests the equality of rights and privileges to amend the Mili'ia and Patrol Laws of this State," HADE WITHOUT CLASPS. watches. a tax of thirty-five coots .o every hundred Anderson & Milton

'. I'H. S.'" : on approved December !:-l I. 1863. I, MADISON S. and warranted not to gtt out of order. dollars in value thereof. ,
1E1X (JXfl.XCE
IIIn and that it is
.. March 4. t rnwtr Lettlifr tr- among its mcmbrrs, especiallythe I VERItY Governor of Floiida. do hereby order, ix 4-Upon all unproved or unimproved town lots; a A't'torJ:1oya lILt La'W','
; I duty of the Senate, which represents the election: to be bell I on the first Monday in May next, tax of thirty-five cents oa every hundred dollars ANDSOLICITORS
8 11. 15. 20 25 30, 35. 40 & 50 HOOPS.
\ '. the I.ftt a eunatol rrto I States in their sovereign capacity, to resist fur all tho Di\'i ion. Brigade. Rezimcotal and Compiny value thereof.

'.' .d.. )ic.'J "(eamieiua.r. vrgiagmeJy j all attempts to d'scriminate tither in relation I officers of the Militia oC the State. a< fellows : 0EVERY LADY 5-Upon all slaves owned or employed in the city IN EQUITY,

,', ::1 i,. ,C 1.nLf C.aerez'e t. coc'alt! : in the Territories, For one Major General "f the }'irt Division of tl:eState 13 EEQfESTEn TO EXAMINE THEM KtKOEE PCRCHA51XG ((1.0 be paid by this owner or owners thereof) a tax Jfarianna Jackson County, Flo., S
r 1.
to persons or property 1 Florida, composed of that part of the State OTUEU MAKES. of thirty five cents on every hundred dollars value formed a co-partnership in the practice of
.f.rlf-dmitnee. of the
I -trS! which are the common possessions West of the Suwannee H ff'r. WnOL1o; .\LE DEALERS SUPPLIED BT thereof. HAVE, and will attend with fidelity and pr mpt- .

t United: States, so as to i advantages the For one Major General the Sce-ind Di/ision of DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD 6-Upon all pleasure carriages, and upon all horses sees to any business entrusted to their care in the .

('oii:rf .lotinl ?'*. : citizens of one State, which are not equally lie State of Florid; eompowd nf that part of tho and mules kept m the city a tax of thirty.five cents Circuit Courts of Jackson Franklin Calhoun and

-,. \u-a 1/iU assured to those of other State. I State Rail of the Suwannee lEver; and kuowu asEast 51, 53 & 55 WHITE STREET. on every hundred dollar. value thereof. Washington ; in the Supreme Court nt Mananoa, and
any
II Souh Fon.i! NEW YORK. all Auction Sales, tax of one half District Court at Tallahassee aid
", .j 1 t l.irff.nuijoiily t., nJoo* uii'. en i ii" and 7-Upon a percent in the United States
1 Y 1 : ) ',. 1. llcsdi l, 'J hat in ithcr Congress r.or a I For one Bntidicr (iineralof the Fir,t Brigade March 10. 1860. 11-Im upon the gross amount of sales. Apalachicola. .
i 1 ,'. lt A r..1.'. "ae ad,1( t.aflloict Tenitorial 1 I.l' iclatut' win tlur by direct leg. -- --- -.- Bank S
I composed of the Militia of the Comities of Etcur.ibii 8-Upon all Banks or gencies. buying or Februaiy 4, I860. $

", \. ,, C.'ititt.e. (iw t.in\'< tigate llw5>ar ." Nation, or Icgifl.iti.r.i of an indirect and 00frientily Satit.i lloea, Walton, Holiue", Washirgton. ASSER'Si selling exchange drawn upon any place bl'Jomllbe _

,k.;. nt"Iif t tk" r.tti\C fc r iatrrfsrtnw Eec. character, pos!( S'l powcr to annul or I, and Ciilhoun. JUf'kSOU'\\ H1IKUTC limits of this State a tax .f one cent upon e\.r..l.un. wile CALL T. W. FKEVAKP, i*. .E. A. ILlS?.

Biigaoier i General of the Second Unmade: dred dollars io amouut so bought and every hundred
-ir'ion: impair"the Conbtitution.il right of citizen I For one I I Brevard & Hart .
any composed of the Mil.tii: of the Counties of Camden, ICE CREAM FREEZERS dollars in amount so sold for and during the year nut Call, ,
; t.:1' "i-nai<>, Tka
1 1.r of th* !>'t. lor *.nU-n ft. .n
!!:nl'_; <>n ."nt.y. o and enjoy the, same: while the tenitorial condition For one Lrigadir General of the Third Brigade WITH STAMPED laos COVERS AND BUlToltIs-TIOC'CED. 9-Upon ajl Agencies of Insurance Companies, a TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

\n:- T.'itol l r.-_l vac drlc &nJ r'ln"i11.i ouipi>*ed of the Militia of tb. Counties of Lafayette HE only Freezer known"which is constructed oo tax of two per cent uxai the gross amouut of all HAVING ted themselves in the practice of
Lew. Sawannee, Columbia New River, Alachua rp 1 Scientific commissions received for ansi during the year next offer their proJcssional! ices to the
0 i llesoIrcJ That if experience should at true principles. Courts of
in the Circuit
will
preceding the Jut of a*lIe llruenl10l"r'ftlJ public. TI.7 practice

and Nassau. and roost economical
best
I The ; requirlag
\\ '..1-'! A"IJnat te the "tuJfa..mJ any time prove, that the Judiciary and For one Brigadier General of tIC] Fourth Brigade, less cheapest ice and less labor than any other being at all White Male inhabitant, between the the; Middle District,the Supreme Court and DistrictCourt

I, :.{.| ;", | a iarcv nui o money olive authority dn J not possess means to Enc'l o-mipooed! of the Mihtu of the Counties of Duval, the same time the most durable ID structure, and ages of twcnty-ouo and sixty yenis, a Poll tax uC one of the United States at Tnllahaxve.J3f .
'lrl"t the
'
.i. : n.' .":, ".a h1urlngtheMate adequate protection to Constitutional Clay, St. Johns, Putnam Orange, Brevard, Volnsia, moot certain in its operations. dolUr. ; Office in Rutgers new buildir!. Ohr
"Ji..u-
11 all Fice Colored Male, between the Sooth Western Rail Road.
Upon
a :, r t-.'KI 1.U.o.! .n val rea.l. all al"o a in a Territory ; and if the Tenitorial go\'eminent I Sampler For:one and Biiia Mi
<'rlL. i ;:,..&I'.a fr1 t'tf Pr* itl(. Tlie ldjat 4 : fchoulJ fail or refuse to provide the necessary I c,mipooed of the Cor.nti a 1.11 llrrnando ILlIslxnough, and Plani.hed Tin Wnre. !;-U poo all Free CoIoreiV Females, between th! e"os -

"I"H I".I! rt ,|1] 1.,, reix'wrl trf'nh'r.'w. .: remedies for tint purpose it \v il Lethe J }Manatee D. 'le and Moiroe.I'or 289 Trail fell'cot, JYcxv Voile. a of twenty'-one and fifty years, a tax of five dol N OTICETO ALL !

Jut Congress to supi.h such deficiencj0. -. 1 one Colonel one Lieutenant Colonel, and one March 10 18CO. 11-Cm lars. -0----

,I Ilrsiilrrtl That the inhabitants of a I I Major for each Re imei.t IIJ (,110'': _. : ._.:_.- : I 13-Upon' everSbv. pul/litly' exhibited for s-ile liberal
his thanks for tIe patron-
Xx nl lann n'" Ten
> & tatt the Militia of within the liuitsvf this city a Ux of four returning
( of
nrtf oonlon. For the lot Kcinient, composed TO TOlElSTSi JEEIHI.MS: VISims' .. lUt corporate LN
UroKoi March I Territory of the l'itiied States when tliry heretofore lie towcd upon l..m: the wndr-
:, 1.\ .r. II 1.)1 I I'nle I IWiimniA coun'y. h'l (:olla rl. jig
rightfully foim a constitution lobe admitted For the 2nJ iil'rimfntlOrnr Louisiana Domociatir
: Conrcntion mett I as a Sute into the Union, may thea, lor the! t Santa Roa ciunty. THE INTERNATIONAL\ HOTEL I levied nnd collected the foTlowHv License Tuxes : still continues thecHU1IAGC

d.iv, and a f'solutioi:1 ofR-rod to fust.iin .,f the Militia of 1- >n all retailers of fpiritous or vinous liquorsin BUSINESS
State whtn 3rd composed Ujx
lire time, like Ihe people of a For the Regiment 365 & 367FRANKLIN DnO.lDW.\, I
tie lion Jefferson Iu\is tcrritoiiil resolutions quantities, $ less than;one quart a tax of one hundred allitsvarioutbrrnchesat ---
'I In
constitution decide for th-m. Walton cour y COaXER BTEEET, NEW YORK -1.
at C'haileston. and the reso'utiou directstho forming a new For the 4th; Regiment, compoc(d cf the Militia! of which all travellers ..llnr8. the OLD STAND op- -. -- -S T-.
whether domestic ill*liu.liun. advantages ap i Billiard Tables used fi.r hire tax of -
selves ra'rrJs.a : nil a :
POSSESSES 2Up
and Holmes coiint-e the Book Store p
ddp ales to withdraw in came the prineilfs I a.1IinA'tt n Its locution cannot be surpasvil, pcwite S
UiaM b& maintained or prohibited within <,sd of the Mi'itia cf I t'lff'nty-fife dollars cache strict alten- S
For the 5th Regnaeut comp of business and hopes by -
of those resolutions convenient the places
IJ arc not aoopted.RT being to principal ,
| their jurisdiction ; and U they tha'l'! hE'rec.indinto Franklin and Callionn counts.. and amusement. The apartments of nhivh there I 3-I pon every dray or cart, 1lIed: _for hire, a tax Lion to his bntiiiesi to( j I

\ Ror :n, March 0. as For the 6ih Rcgimeut, con.p<"cd of the Militia of of eght: dollars. merit a continuance of a J1
the Union, with or without slavery, are two hundred are well furnifhed) sot well ventilated two fur eLx horse -' -
f.r : or
The resolutions the (delegates at the time of Jackson county. and being conducted on Ihe European; plan. I' 4-Uptn every wagon share of the public pat. S
instructing their constitution prescribe ; of dollars
ten
: may 'tii Regiment, composed of the Iilitia of used for hire a tax .. :
:For the s-
live in the best st 1e, with the rooage.lie ,
the Charleston Coiiu'tition to letire in viiitors can ) greatest hack used for -
e\'nt their; admission. counties. 5Upoo eve>y or public cairiage :;
I Gftdsden and Liberty i3roadwav.and uou'd oTso inform '- --i
(ilL' Dais ; Caucus resolutions on the Constitution Militia of economy. A large parlor fronting on hire, tax of eight dollars, except backs aol carriages -
(latotia 7. llrsolrrd. That the pros i..ioQ of( For the 8th Regimc-jt, Nwpc. ed of the commanding an extensive view( that worlil- a the public that he

the Terriiorial question are not accrptedLaio ; for the rendition of fugitives from Leon county. renowned thoroughfare has been beautifully fur- belonging to public livery stables.6Upon Stabl baa fitted up a room at his shop for taking
of the Militia of public Livery a tax of fifty
been rejected. service or labor, without the adoption of For the 9th Regiment, composed ri .htd for the use of ladies and the general arrangement dollar every l'DO'J.'OGB4IJBSIPidores

V .Ii..s of been I formed Wakulla county. of the House are such,as to afford the greater
rs1uliotsllc which the Union could not For the 10th Regiment composed of the Militia 01JefTerson 7-Upon every Hawker aud Pedlar Tending goods
adniiiatioti: of patriotic I and 1850 which contort to guests. and merchandize for the Tending of taken from a small size up to a ealxnet
; COtH'lva. and that the laws of 1793 county. THE IrmtxATioxAL HOTEL is couocc'.ed with I ITAYLOR'S scare except and life size. DACna EOnrw copied and enlarged

(.w Nortliern men- ndnitiih'ed! confidence I were enacted to secure its execution, and the For the llth Reg'ment.: composed of the Militia of I charts and atll'fll.a .tax of one hundred. dollars. to life size, either on paper or c.nva"e. ready f-r
.. Tu'lor.nd Lafayette counties.For CELEBRATED SALOOX5 | 8 Upon all: venders of Lottery Tickets, a tax often
III< Air. Huchan.in's adinini ralion, and embod- I main ieatuies of which In-ing feimilar, bear "-' ;ian. WM. KUIINS.O .
-t : of tbe Militia of tklIarllnd all retailers of tpritous or vinous paiuting.
e12t.bRegimeot..com thousand in ;
Accommodating over one which
sing the pinicipleo of Da\is resolutions on the impress of nearly st-venty years of sanction persons | aforesaid all keepeis of billiard tables :: Call and examine ,pee 1J1cns. Jj
have their meals i if liquors ns
Hamilton visitors desire
county. can or, they they .
lip question of finery in the Territories. I bv the highest judicial authority, shouldbe For the 13th Regiment, composed of the Mihtta of will be served ia their own apartments. The fare I all keepers of every dray or cart, or two or four Jan. l4, J860. Si _

VU. tvconiiuetHiiii\ the two thirds basis to I hoiieMlx Kilt faithfully observed and main Columbia,New River and Buwannee e unUe served in the Saloons and Hotel i it acknowledged by I horse wagon, or luck "r public carriage used for R. A. B1USE, JH., ). r. FAPV. ,

( iiarlrston: COt\'l'tion.; and that the vote of I tained by all who enjoy tho benefits of our For tbe 14th Regiment, composed cf the Militia otA epicures to be superior to that of any hotel i in the I hire, as .aforesaid.-all keepers of livery stables,
tickets
t" 1 be I of individuals 1 al"h11l' connfy. J. TAYLOR, Proprietor. hawkers and polices ; all venders of lottery Co-partnership Notice.
'nv.ana: cast: as an unit. declar.1 of Union ; nnd that all acts city. in of
Alo. cf double the tax
compact of the Militia of shall under penalty ease
I For the 16th Regiment,composed 11-lni
(hat in the event of the a BlarkU or State ligi.latures to defeat the purpose Nn countl'or arch 10 1860. failure, before their several avocations, callings or rpIIE undersigned inform their friends and the
!'an \ "- .
I !imhiic.-n PrrMilfiit, Louisiana will; meet or nubii'v the, requirements of that pro- the 16th Regiment composed of the Militia of --P L. WARDED business as af.>re.aM, mAY be pursued. and upon JL citizens gvnt'rally tbat they have formed a eo.paitnenhip

""f cl.li. I .lIvhnhlir1]: States in f< r.ti. \'i..i-on. and the laws made in pursuance of it, CIa and Duvul counties the payment of the taxes levied as aforesaid obtain for the pnrpostof keeping constantly:
connri 'f the Militia of a liCfDtC so to do from the lutendnnt, to be countersigned on band a well selected stock of Groceries, Heavy
the Constitution the 17.h composed t PrAtER
For Rcgimeut. If
= of 1M- subversive '
me::
'ircs erlf-protortion. hostile in character sod I
'lic are countie. by the Treasurer and such license i-uaU not be Dry Goods. Hardware, Crockery 'FineLiq1Jtlrs
RII.1 Putn'
i-jnto-ii I ( 'li.thI.s au. | ft iintrainniereil: nndre\clutionary in their effect. St.J ., For the IS'h Regiment, composed of the &Iaftt (!Cloths:{ |rtotlrg year. I':
I 11'I 'ict40M", 1ml John Midell i* reccoin- - Marion county. 9-On all shows other than circuses Ar equestrian I every steamer from 1It" Orleans and they will spar

'I lit$, d) |f..r iii! l'n-it\! J Jemocra- CONMTIIN OF TOWS IX TOE If OMTTW EST.-The DU- For the 19th Regiment composed f'f the Militia of Sliver Fine Plated Ware exhibitions, a tax: of five dollais. and on alt circuses .I no pains to accommodate and oblige all cf, .their
\ t l.miM.iaa i eJ t.t tlu'wustlWnlOn the Mitnvippi hieh hare sprung Sumter. Volusia, Orange and Brevard counties.For Stull.1 or equestrian exhibitions a tax of ten dollars shall be rrit'Ud."ho may f TOT them with their p. ntg.-

oj, i. pW u"conditionl. within the part few year under the pressure the 20th Regiment composed of the Militia of W'1: 'Y i.ITO: ?J.iT'7TALLAIIASSrE. ) Q'J'IJC' levied and collected for each exhibition a license to I I. Givena a call; va are anxious tn keep tbe ball
i ta -cMiit| o, ale uominee up of laud authorize which must first be obtained from the 10I moving. SHINE k PAPY.Feb. .
: brartk-> pec-
a. ot recVKn. godless! and E Levy Ilemondo, Hillsborough and Manatee coun- FLORID I i
C : and the Treasurer, under a I <. ''0.I 6
'tl' nliol. the fond eredolityofthe poor tendaut c xmlersigued by _
; .
,1don l preying upon t "" WOrJt.for W'vrlfrow orcr 130 detig**
-- -- v.ho seek to hd.t.er their fortune 1-y e J..i ration. are For the Clrt Reg'ment. composed of the Militia of penalty of double the tax herein assessed. I I
'. be into V'fir r"1'-'I Monroe counties.I March 3. ISbO. 10 10-Upon all itinerant trader wl.haUt.fT'ugood", 1 Notice.
.1 i CaM FJDV.. -Tlie anioiiul of hmJ 111e Unl"uuit I now reprmuted to relapsinjr Dide and ,.
'i l.,' >. for sale almost local. Till mohtnJe. So much for the irrepressible longing I For one Captain one First Lieutenant and one wares or raercltar-dize for sale in this city,there shall I months from the first publication *f this no-

: 'rlm..t i ,I I of American life to eo out from under the old rooftree i I ecj.nd Lieutenant of each Beat Company in every Dissolution.T be levied and collected a Ux of roe hundred dollars; I SIX the undersigned a'ouuintratn.of! the estate

'141.1.1 All Jlip people .f fourteen States and FiveT"I icto the nntro Men vll' lerne *. It is a gre i- c.iotyef the State. c-partnmhip cf T. HAYWARD & SON and a liciiise so to sell ehall first be obtained from of John Pitrkhill. deceased late of Leon county, will

t I. i. derive tLoir til I.- tA I'f': ir lunds from the i 0\11 defect i in our national cUrfle'-r.; and it* Cf''- Tlw Judges of Probate are hereby ordered to appoint SI was cissolrexl March lit. by the retirement of : the Intendant us aforesaid, under a penalty. in case present bi| final account U, the Jo'lgo of P"W.oI

I & rid! Go *.rwun.l. latll' nod Jilt e\ I 1, linu..1 iIlJIII..net' will rt'ltr.1 c..ii'ideraMy, the a.l.I the necessary inspectors in due time, lor said T. Hayward 1. who desires to clue up the bunions oflie of failure] so tn do. of a double tax to be imposed. t Leon county and .ak to b* dUchareM.S. -
r.'r.1 l
:..i.iLe icc vl iLvir lta. i tani-nnciitul'our country iniery th'neiit thatI I election, and make returns of the *same in the manner late firm as tpeedily as |'>x" n arc preserved
pti" I tH.n- itute. a great and powrful |oplc. If o-ir prescribed by said Act of the General 1 Assembly 1.01 them are respectfully solicited t. come nsiJcut Daguer'mtypist. before pursuing such occupation : l ,
< .:1.at ln(Ifi .t \Vc-tnvgtmsn.! Tliemi l'f'Ol'l'ou101 but remain at home, they vouU finJ I I approved December "J, 1859. without delay and pay their due. One of the firm in this city, and ,veiy non.resident Dentist, .. .

..: now c..\or" a turfac*. .xcliiaiof i hat 'It itt (lit- increase of popi.Ution. the\ cold States In test invmy hereof. I have hereunto set my will always be found at their old stand (now occupied : before pursuing his profrMioo within tLeJimits( :E Salt and Potatoes. .

.o '/$)*** tit .tr TL frurrriniienta1 -j* they po.se all the necessary elt.I1rnt.o,1oII 1! hand and caued to be affixed tbe great by .\. F. HAYWARD,) attend to the colleeti this city shall p.iy a tax of tea dollars and obtain a O Ann SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT V
j i mean of cumubthuige.lC ] S seal of the State of 1n .I.. Pone at thei .. lic far iupid ] .
S 'i i 1.\\ .,*t 12.). at the Mine the : 7th focal 1 .0 to do,shall double the tax above assessed.
.nJimlepei-.lence. vithoi.t i Capitol in ntv of Tallahassee. this S T. UA1WARD A SON. : pay and Pmk Eye 1'utaloe, just landing and M %'. .
.-t' <)': .! uta rmary.. ai oinetliing lew : .jeetiup them to *11 the idaho, I'tin OcIJ ami : t!...v of March A. D., IffiO.M. March 3. 1S60. llJ Sentinel o>py. Ska 4. Be further ordained.That all Ordinances ly HEARD A DEKHAlL t

:: : n. .10". I .iilt1lo; t>. *.f. Unrl 1! lawrJM.flif. inu.le.tto a 1'oiueon the fr,n.lur ,. 1. S. PERRY: -- t tI or parts of Ordinaire conflicting with the true intent Dee. 10. '?a. 49 __

"r, 1 i Cfl l4re far ) I If III iiiLltion.I : /"tr. ftf. J-7 riJ'L Notice. : and uic-viing of this Orduiauc, be and the same are S -S : .
practical
S ilr I __- --- p. tie GvtuiHMT-AtUl : I hereby repealed.Pasted '
SaltllB !
.' 'H.J. _. '":b.tu1J s.1,.f le n<1'for cf n. fYn.c -1',1\ slave. Lewis. meot,00f" tfl 01,1 last Is I I F. L. Viturir.rr. :. N ADJOURNED MEETING of the Stork- the Coonril and approved this him leeulli Salt ACKg1aod'] ." .

S I:- .!.! lf" an r.ti.t..aee. l1i1 .. ,- a.Tutin-, Icon proTC-l jru'.lty! of aiuing .In toe .-WYrj! f S'lItf'. JL\. hollers of the Union Book of Florida will be day of February ((. 1000 1.; 1c..Ia.

.:" I. j.:. .'. :.i. !",;'.1'r. 1.)' li.O :1' n.nler; of .?,:iaeter. Itr. ,'. J. KErr on t.le lOM ..* Ail pspcr* in ibj State copy four time and l :|I laid at their offiet in T.nah""fe. on Wednesday.StV D. P. HOGUE. InUndintAlte land.for tIT .

: i t further oI'.mine.lon X\e.ln Jaltan tend bill to the Ficculite Dcp.itmeit. 'March n.-u. C. f;. E.VGLI'H, CIlS!. .t-CBAKLES Hvrtrr.vso.r, Clerk. ?,YcNAIQj1 Ol\ 01itJla"n' .
linir.it iii 'rc-t c iMt. a* I .
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.111. ii,.. miie-t I"ilh I' .#"".1."IIY' .1l.i"' guilt leii : ab March 10 li'fO. u I Mirth n t:'II't i ;(. ::'_', I.10A : I. .. Feb t$.,lSv ,. 4t-3 rUI t.Oct. 1,1S53 .

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J" "" -J'ta ; ble. a general a! .>rfznenj .if articlen:
t ., Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. ; .hn Lte care "f jyMl.id.. Jndi-jest.s*. Xv"e,:.. I M.eh; n* Oil "f almost every kin.). I'rrn. II
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L I ; fl) -. -' .. I the human faiuily! ,i- more or I s* ftul' .ctol t) tm.'. *. <.':.: ':'if. Peruinn Ibrk. I lui.l Ex'j) .
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." CoOke ol the e.>eouiplaiut .te. ., a.I. ircnersl ax>rtnient ftI f I't-j f
-. an.i '" I' f? r'1. .t: 'b anti ,ftcr I'\I\. Il O' SI-! .1;. f N.*... ". j H 't .R. -11- r.r\ numrrabk other condition, in l.f-. whicli.by \Ic'l: \ ....1. in-lit' br.t the *n-t.,-t i .

:k'P't A..i'.fn .' : :. 'i1'.J. ,..4.i r.. ( .) .i'::'. ii.- ta' ". 1.\ .. ..- I.,::. ,z : j. Q. 2d.. iAWREfE2, the a!.;''tti.c: ef a little knowledge or hotio n. r.' ; .i.r ji..tri.i.a ..

I !.. -*.! :-t tie <*/ -. .- r'z.t ': .- I...-t\.. M-dtirtiU.I: . . . t;.:..i -. 31. exercise of nnunion sii<. they may be ahl ii.KP\\Sl: ) ot. I

.t, ,8 .in jul* t: i.s ;;.. ..: : i'.1.... ,' '."-' F:.k r.dCh5 .'..n101 1'1I1; . :. .. \I. NO.: 2P CITAMUKRS I : STUKIiiT'; !t so to n-'ulatc their! habits of diet and with Match : 1. I8.:'* IsJiLPJKDfl1fl1NG \
; .>:.'.("-.t r t..- ; t:1: ": .. I' ''It" I.J F.r 1..1..II..I.! _*. ''I* A. M.itLrt.it r. the a."i-unce of 1I t.uic. lI"cure'r-
('Jl'r.le .1... .... ( iIk,1d I health I" order to accomplish tlin
:11I1 I".lf.fOl, I.k ::11.'; \ ; Mark .!<\ 1S \. M.I. maurit
\ of.J t 'k4! \'. ., ,'k an.-i i.:.:.. :JUaver. Pi' ;I.. St. M. rVs.. 1 14< 1'. M. IS\V YORK. d. trv.l iJ-ii-ct. the true eotuse to pursue js. :

? .0 tTtith. '\I\f'T i::u* Mt t.wMli. .LI4 Murphy"ASD Ar4v iv(. at '-,!.:*-.. -.11. ,'. S- I t c-rt-iinlT. that which will produce a natural '1-'I! !. m.-j! i :'s;' ii I '.-is ie nrreii workI. ,

I'Yf'r C. ,', A f .:tS ......:1:1.: .:: .I ... 'f:1f.I! ... t.ao I'. state of things ut the Kt hazard (If vital tit Town and. has ,"per's-nh >U p :'1 i-
0 > DEALER Hi
a s.
Dyr4I TCCTH-S CLOTHING A.f'V: ,/:.", .,... .'I) P.12. I WECLESALE I .!rec-tli an-1 hf'for; thread Dr Hostctttr tU *...iilud.n.tr[ : wit ihir.K.Ii..iilj''r -.,: I
has introdt.ci-.l to tm! country n; p""p3m- Slrf',", ''P'| itetti: Itsisb.Ii >m'ge, Ii i "I' "
e'a.: ,1.u!. .. I; ....;.. Th-n'a ltJ., r. ii.' .*':n.: -i V .,,4:..< !!. \.itJi t'. -t O O'M *i: /*; Wt-fttiif/ DIsl" .J ate! f.n .3.11..1 l HOSTETTiR: S1'mlACHUlTTEI of D!&. k smiiLiig; ill be dI..- K .rl.! : .,
'S 'Sr.'- fV---r-; -k v.d. fr..' I'. M P'htt ., It C44W1's. //y. I, i is
: :1. .svf .V n 11V .T. eveIW4( w'w ::, which! at this day not a new ', lie rtfer with rsertl'!, .
atJ \'s t-. I'- aI \..!"... \...&t.. elo.:!.. ..,... ;. .SL 'Ut11I\'. *-t.l t' r. y ;11".. I' w_" fWh4't. /?, */ s'R, .rtwl/IA. Ww I !' }O.l'l'IJ, 1 Vukhee. .. UK-diet i but one that has It.on tried for .I.p!M[> :l'.i">.e ?.a'r.-nixed ran Lira bere-'f're f. r rll'\( I

: -:ivr asil s*itm<, .<. f4t' '.. .. '! \\ d, I ..'a..I.-* /,:: ::is to Mi.!:">n, i..iLe Cry J"ttilluI, l''i'/l' .Jlu/H.I.. 5Stnt 1W/i fry, Jlulieal i14TI.Jl. /'&., Years. vin1itisfaction to all who have ,,f hi. \\'nl k. lIL1 IS I> AJai'ioiv \ .' .

_ i FUn !* 'S II I I'l 0 GOODS 'I; h.:1\: u.,1 ., ...Ut"; tiii* ; ., }),,;'I.e J'hlW.e. PrfWfiti'/: the used*it.tftlIH\t'h: Th ,Bitters bowvU opi-rite and po\vei liver,fully restonn upou S. 1 1:1.. 2-tI

_\ \ D ALSOhl.
S VI ;'.. Fai.ev "' !< til.. :.1'.J I I 1.111. jt.wsn I 4.ii-t.. ]P ood and Willvw rare, & '., ( -., '0I ti. ru to a healthy and vigorous action and
::vTSa11GJTt 4 ..r:d.. : Ik.: M< rum ..f '-'L. <'.nfT. |P.-t C-. ''" I.. Ns-e P. rt ..arrival thus by the! simPle pruc**of btrengthemng Plank Road All Right!

'ic; FUr It'I l;. "'I..II..t1." .... v. .-t. 311J "LIeu. rc.t'nlll be.nt- the J..llotI'r..J the I And T *rr artklo! in tie notion ::n-qut-cJ: t II' tLe SiratLrrnSPECIALITIES. ) nLaDt.I nature, enable time sybteui to tiinuipl over j null[ : undersized! bavins' rntr lia. d i U I... <."

*. 111..11 "I. U l.iu- (.oCI441 Mali' Tn';s : at..1 with line ofX hii Sicasutra Letw.ee disease. DiarrhiM dysentery or flux feo 1 t. r( >t of the Georgia A. J'loti.L PI it ;

L1'e. WLiI.. All4 t's,1.( I ('.:.I"i i ..u (rl.aM>. Key Wrrt east Cu!*. and! inle *edktc generally contracted by new si tilers. au-1 ] Company. 's ill put (lie nm. ii. JTIM| tr.n ,tI "

l. aud M k 11.1..II..locl..f.. "ua paula oo thr Golf arriviti?at .St Marl s..n Uir war 'I cau-ed principally by the clung of water I This m-iy I lot' .t'h."I..n.: The rptes rf t.li* i ij i. ...
p rt.i-! ,. and "!"-..utCr <. i 4. K.y Wot nn Ue 17tb *Ii.I l 2nd. Sid s.f evhnoutli. I 1.\\'lIt.M' '" "Gam'&I.EAJI I5eave'r EVLI JCELLZ5." LAw E>n:" Staix Pya&, TUX .'':1'1&1:&. Lxt'cLaacI and eIia: will spc.-dir! regulated by a j, dcced ,..ine 25 jti cent. T.. .1.1' n' :

)l' ..c. -. 1i.. .-\. Calf; i mel arriving :t & t. M.nks .off Ibeir way to I 1"'lIt.II''L' C PtEaTI. CWMU" 1.1. (:,1.1' I'na." .AJt.JA.nUt.I brief u'e (.r this jreparationDyspepsia, i I wi.--l.iinr I* ct'Ktraci IT tl.f ci svn pt asi.i':.: .

1'1.! ,*.! >i1k.WLitr. I I >ew Orl-i..: tnt l\\lie ISt1 ...i S'.ML or f. ,... n.m>|. I L*" aLSo t'" .-'TBE..U.&, iaV11T5. IAZE5Cas LEA I'UI1.," ALL ITTLLSt ; a disease which probably more prevalent I lion will Lv IUI!.. Hal tl.e r- "'".!,.* rri .!,' .

C..L.rJ &uuiidatLe. 1'. i I Afc 4 ..tIefi(* nualitv .r OSNAISI" KG HEWINt(; TIIItKAlJ in balls, man! and large and .-. sj>. .l,.. when taken in all lU various forms Ulan I abued ill tl.is region ..n.101) tIre r.-.o.l I ,

nWk Silo Ties Sto-ts. .. AS.: : will run tm tii.t .'a'.- :. .-.M rfvJ. .. '. All !.<. !U warranted c<)j-"ial l" sample and as repr,,ented. Paartacnlurattcitis' given t.. pat-kiuj.; Neal cudc5IVcIIiL allY ther ; the ctu'e tor which may the always .' St-melnKly must pnf.r usm; the r-M'!. .' !

Au r\I'U"! .\'ot...!. of !! : 1 I. ;IIANPULI'II.V; ;- I ,:: C:,taV:ui-s, ,ith blanks for iacni ':*e I ini.it. :, at 1 i I

j jI i" t Ti. t.uIiH-y: IJ.-pul.l.e: :: 1 ivttua Srnliut.Fmu.! 26. l Itltf. 47-ly "r-'an.. can > c'.r by 1 tie U..II an '.II.s's-I.> !.'>.
1stL.c..aiml1'U nnd V.in t, I CustkgLc., I STOMACH BIT- t.onlllly svason.
aix-y .:1.. .&.._.l.. .....1.. _-1.....;.;_ ... p.!... --- .. .... __ .11 ..1.._......M .I.._. __ IIOSTETTEK'S
I n. Uf.r.Vu.d.? JF.Ur: !:tl II'I: .
.tiieii tIisv are pr.-pi<'.l I.> :%i.iittf.irttir to > tTlS! r ut : THUS: a* directions on tho I..1'tle. For I
UM*.irt ;.t iioiirc Uki l II. tin- m--t i..l..nuib: man jc::1..KMV'*.,._. ,:U w tbeir |liSire tu ** t. co.". Intls 'ALL & \WIYI'EK' ( UO1)S.'I'IIE ) I 'V RtE & '"SSTATE tindioa len'e every phvsician will recommend Hi.: .1.! :nd.i.tm.. .\rr1;! 9, 'Otf I 1.%

I I w*. Terms R.-a-inl.:. All m v..t of ( OU1J : .l: : ; > IH.I.A\\ .\ItE Bitters of sonic Vind then why not
>IIJt.. l5'. 47
CLol'UIXU'oU.1: 4, "'clllo! ( iHvr u.- a ca.Ltl use an article known to I Ic infallible I I Notice.;

(; ..b.r 13. isitf1- I : su* -mbr ale DOW vpeIuic' alt utcD.\: LOTTERIES Every country have th.ir Hitter r.s a pre- I i!

r I 2859.: 'i-noo- I and well asserted M .>ck t>t veativc of disease, and strengthening of j O-: IX months after date, tie uo.lt'rsi11"' i
rEVg the t-ystem in "Ilt'1LI!, and among Utem all I I C > sfiil I I.I is final] account and rov'.tm t 1.< 11),.

I TALL .\.N1)VlN't'E1: COODS: ) j Grand (Capital) l'rizc $100,000 there ii not to r.. found a more healthy j jptoplc : of Probstl pt-ii county ai M.Iii.iiii.'in:. j,
FALL & WINTER STGOK.in I
: to h.b tl.! (\' would respectfully i 'ritelL.....tt..alt1t ; j j ... than the Gorman, from whom this j jprejaratiim t-tt-ite t.f Jacob Strt.ni.in. dtCei.-1'.l I lal' .
-----0 1 of ilth...lim?"|'urtLasers I. addition to their t> al i > ('mlllltl..1.1..fl--" upon| scientific I!j c 'unt.Y. and a!k tn l loe .li.eImim'-g..t ilss-r. fn-

Joseph Wflicr, -... "--. | sottincit of Gentlemen's clothing, they are also j' The Grand Extraordinary Drawings t ",'niiH-nt* hich h:is rOt, nd-d to advance 1 j jlh" WllLI.UIL.-nIW\I.\\ .. .
J I I .. -,uis a supply t.f B.i\ all.1"ud. ,* Clotbiiur. a 1 (If Wood 1'loIJ.t Co.:* Three Number Lottciiestill destiny; of this grvat ptvparation in the | ('e-t..lsey 1. ISt.P. II"m
; MERCHANT TAILOR ;f 7n.( : ..: I 'au tif Stood i.ill..rtv so MlM.li needed to r.Kct theI 1: take place iu public! un'i,'r the Suptrit.ttudelK.-t- medical fccile: of ioii-ni-c.: j

ANU1AIII I :S4iJ!: : i' I delLindd of tLc! Youn .Anii-nu" Talla'1"' ; -*... I Sworn Commissioner, as follows: Notice.SIX .

t !.t1-. :itllr! rhtl: .-i- 'J r'r'J.' ".1"fS Their Mock cnnti.-ts i in par: of (?"..' Xo.vt; L>fau< .Shii-s-n ];M-ura1f. 1S1" FEVER AND AGUE. | Month af) rd.ite. I shill
.' / ". .! ( .. I rtrav* ''I/'I!'. Jm'J J, 13.'t". disease, w.ilcU; fiie IU < present mf'j A-
... This trytug allJ |>ro\oVing I .
As" .1I.Lli.\ it and \otu-Nrs to tl.e iloa ;
Juilirc ,
". H" I Ladies Dress Goods : I Cla.n AV. 2"J /Jrmrlf Sntunl'ty. Aprd 'JS lbCi ? < :
I I itkntlcsj > OQ tie lio Ij of iliaD, Jucin, him to b.itf .
} & Goods 4j4.'I p graA jt j I of Le 'ii "tnta, aini.ii-truti! ..t tin I[-i
I ; .} Bl.wk. retired an.J Watered ItIC" Silk. Gros uKhiiM J.LAIM i ri.i/j. TO MEUY 2 TR-KKT. mere sh Jo. in a short pact of time and rendering I .fT..!hn S. Wi'ci.jj.' .!.-<-"-as..d. L.t.st salt r.t .

TalUha s**, FU, --. I .. Colored. Silk Kobes Plaid flu] figured colon! d j -0- kin! pJWIiJlYlln.J! Ofjitalljr ns leffl, can be defeated t nad' ak f>r a dMthirir. from snil| nilminiatratiM

: I Stxiw receiving at the, old -tioI: .f ,. W .Wi A. j Sika: hue asirtiiient nf "all W V..hille".Pliut- GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS, anti striver, from the boo-jr! I I?the use of HOSTETTER'a t I JAMF.S 1\fU'HLlJ. Adntj
y t, D\I n11 ...'* iit\t to !R. II. l!, ed Cai-hnur. ,1 Lu trell. assortment of the aU
lnlt' co..r rij'Auo I ', D.-buijr.-s :" an To take place as ab\c specified. KESOWSED BIirEKS. Further, ary T j j Sept. lo, I8i0. ;--Gni
Uu Co IfJIII. a lar-je and! w.-Il des.I asitii.eiit' oi: of Cnri.ir.ere Kobe, :' III h'll Collars. Marseilles[ Col- stated a.;.eucs can out be rontractul *hen exjiosed to : -.-

; fall niul Winter Goods, l b. .lnte and culored Knib'd nod Ibmstitchedlloinlket' 1 Grand Capital Prize of 'any ofliuirj cond.tiout producing them I if the Bitten j "KICHABDSON'SDAMASKS.
.l.iefo. t-ntral assortment of Sw i*", Jaco- creates
Au l it
a diiwtwm. as
ioi r,(. IN rvKT or OOO are U5.s per < |
I 11 CVlli Pa ;ii'i 1s.tin' C'oa.i. net and Thread Killings and 11I ('rti"o". Muslin and $100 naoie-i in*offends the pa!Jte.and rendering unneco- IIt.ISEL
/ ret, Fancy !*, I LlI'1 ( )V 1:1): uoi ILI? : LI\: Iil S11U\% II j LINENSF
JI i.. which) b': is prepared to in:"ke up Iuttrdcr : (''IIIIII'icn"ulleing., Dimity Hands, IJUt-k and \bite I 1 Pii/eof fSO.Ot.O 1 100 Ptize or ?lH'O' ioU) any change of diet or interruption to usual r--rtuita. |.

.I in a w>i kniau like luauiu-r..'a:>don i Cotton Packer. lilotxl Lace, Bonnet. Belt und Cap Ribbons \clvttIihleiia J Prizes of. "n.otio 170 Prize of. ljlU:<> .let proioote sound sleep! an" healthy digestion | DIAPERS. Ac.

the mo t r.'a tinable! tcims. rpiiE M'ISCKIIIU; ; i : : NOcmius: t. th.) pui. I I .' V\IK of. 10,' IJ PIIZCH ..r lnOi the couijiUint is Uius removed as speedily as (is concstent ,. / 1ONSI[ EH nf Kirn,KTp.iI'1 Lin* .o. ansI' rU*

t HEADY-MADE CLOTHIKG.nd I lie, llavthoin'* Imprmed I l>ube! Ly\cr Screw I* .k Muslins, Check Muslins, I PiizvS of. 6.00:0: ) 1:1 C5 Prizt-s of 73M'liztsof S ith tfie jinjiluctioii of a tht<. ugh and permanent ,I V o' tk'Sirotis! ot ul I.tailmilmg thr :/O..UII.I.)I.

V6k Cu.rrd| Cl.ilh Fr-vk ni.d Sack ('<;UFitivCd 1 t'ottou Iikrr, J..coiH.t Curtain I : WIMI, I! f,5 Piizis of frt cure.For I see ,ll.nt tl.t- .Iti..I"llhl y r pun'l.aM. UK s.aleii I'

e tiiiiir; .. Miits, JUack aud Fonry CuktaturrvnJ : : Swiss Cambrics I 2 Prize of 4,'M.O( I C5 Prizes of SO Persons: in advanced years 'LttuIh name ol th' firr.i,
f.N ON I!
OK TWO RA i.is
;
Tweed raLI. liiack end FaneSk.! VcU tand I packing at a tiuit.h) I Pan TNjlctons, I 2 Pii7C9t.f S.OOO 4,810) l'iiztttf 40 i j. x. JII'U.UO"IIX, FOS A oum\
S .itixr bund or I09-S- n < i : :m f.i (ItoC, S4I) and Na-.iiMNik i\lu lil.s. Lawns, Who are suCrtin? from an enfeeUeJ constitution and
|j'
S fp 2 Piizca of. \0' : 2'i.o.JO Piuea of 20) ,
S CIt th V**t. ; Ilak! Clolh! aud I leaver OkrfCots 2.1 InvaiuaMe reston I m n gu.irat.tte; of the scutidiicst and dur;bitit", >:
..: safety inkiii.| it standsitlioiA a pnalcl.! I I lliillhinth: while and colored. IJobint-t and Silk IliuI : tiiBriu Ixvlithew Bitters are as a '
,:.llwr 'Ub a lull a- ">i1ni.iit ..fIJ Lave t.f t1I4t1(1 I Live of :.eiifc-th and \' "r, and needs only to toe tried i (;MMNl*.
line > UK < n nn ftrni. \tith which 1 MOII, Kid tioUaiintl'ts.Silk; and Thread Glo\cs ;:2.a,6rnz-ammniouritingto, 9l.lSC.7SCWIIOLK '
1 i. ") :UtI.OUn..'. C'lothiu: ?, ha'.e eucc ->fully p.nV.fl both .i,t- and two bules at I I _--J., __ ___ -__ _" to I* appreciated. And to a mother nhile nursing I Tlii* cat.ti- i* readeied rntiullv r.rees m ;.

raati> Op in th.njjitl arvved sJv oivt LV1J14i JWJ a tiim :m(! can ..: f.-ly fay it i is the Ul tl.in f.'ipaekst.g j Bonnets Bloomers &c. I TictkTS ?2i U ; HALVIH f 10 ; QUARTERS ?5 ; these Biltcrs are ir.di-peasalle especially wliere the I IfaOIl. large quAntities SIt inferior ansi (!efw<-tivr. Litprepareil. .. _
I after ,n-I| .. .al",1I
season scasmi ,
tLeEn' \.1 T..bceeo! EIGHTHS $2.60. '. ta the demand
.:It."I.. l Cctttji. Hay or Uul ba c\er Un nourWioiiA) u h.a.I name of /:;"& ,/-.,,,, by Irsl h Hon.es, whi.
i.R XJ.' III.OOJS. invfutdl. kiid its op, ratK-us utexl t4.Iy be sic-u tw be LaJies Tiiinincd Silk, Satin White and Colon I Cfrtifk-ates i>f Packages will be sold .it the fvllow of the c.U. conse iuei.ty! Icr strength must yield I rt .-;
I lee* of tin injury tl.us inflict t..I..dike on thistn, ', .
Vitf beli..vr.I. I Straw Ioiineti! Ladies aud Misses Hlmiincr, Frtnch rates, which U the rickCsititicrtt. : and here it is rhre a good tome such as Ilortetter'i I.
and Fancy 'L'rFf'l\1e'II arxl IJimi Biu I IJ-uur *<'1<: ouinr of the pdtcu' iiI.t for t2 lee I'l.iled WnalLs, Hu-the and Flowers.Mantillas is nee.ted M strengtt oii"uiuer ansI the niamifuc>urti' .>f the giso i iw
ch Hitter impait
W irporiry
5-. Shirto. JJy..al! Garrvt CAL Sik! ll.ru.ocnd .i Crepes I ol Package of !2(5( Whole TIck ls ?299JX) rn I i l!! rest readily! abandon briit! MI -
NiakerlUniN.4 Statv I stn |xeparetl to iUj j r f iLjUsfvi teriituli I --- --- .4 and ,ig"r to the ')' (n1"I"I't! R,,,| iHuivtw, V.-nih.! i. .( 2-5 Half: 14950 ,1.iI.' pureha-vrs con 1J'e 1 iruj>oei.-J ou with I Ii,. '
i a aiiv n.zs. that nii% U- aud \\ try >
1 V..I: 1,,|lf 1Iu.e. : 20! Qunrh'r" 74.75 wt-rthle's el.ar.icter.
CH.n A l.iu' UIM'! Col : "
: cm a!* ttj ajt-d in lm iii< tl .- rrews built io I. .J.oin ask .' ii ian, Still, it he Is arqiuirtedith
M jour ) >
.
I .C"w1."e; aa1 Silk I.J"f", | Uutk I I8.1'tr ti.ia ansi ciwiliti.- IW-mun : A io.iK'tal M-ortment of Cloth Coak: and Mac- 2i Eighth 37.C7 I J. LLUCKi: .: J. P. 1OCKE. .\ .. .?...
(:. Tl.r..t" fuFp.I.r. milj'Utiiiiij wibliii: ; thnaboilt tOe Tututi of the CiltLts nil reconmc d their
G"t tw Ilk. IJt, l : Ilc; : iLi *cu.onvill Is-s-- lbs-jr t dtis tit. anr--. sizes and pi ices. CW in all "*. of ...a.t.D"I I C6 CiU4! h St., N.t'1' i.Sept. -
r Ulack
4 K.J O; > 1.1 hr TK toc\ Chenille! Chenille! Mid THE !I. 1SI9. :?
: as1tiss I thu I \ .h .t Muii'iIlI: Points ORDINARY DRAWINGS -ly
t4114(1t .-We caution the public against
.
S aliility pn tinMtiRtatfjon] Woul J :ha,d"! Knit :lawIs. 1 II
be call ( I fljorna. otiiitj, (J.t, ifia. 01 \'o.'el. I.t C<>.. Single Number Lutttii of the imitation
reicirully a tin .il.t or coma
I. ..iit ** any ly.iny
-1 an1Liii; i.Lit lin. ,.1: WCBLV." Ht 0 Oct. 1. ':I.' 4o-6ia JAMHS C. HOWELL. --- --- | will take ]I'I.I'c-ia public as fvll\r: 1'rk.iIK. Lilt, ask for HyllTTI tI5' ClU-BRATtl TIn: tauT I \" [X TW."i OF Till; \(JEGear's
JOSII'l
g Oti.Lr15. 1,:: ..J2JEV 1 Fancy Staple Dry Goods. 1 Class C3 Draws on Saturday Marcia 10, ISCil. T.lUnt UITTIJH. and wo th.-it csicli bottle : .- o -

TO"PLANTE11S Ameiiran I Printed (GluM 61 Dr.i) \' on .,Iunlay. M..rci! 17, 1 1S$;0. I.,, the Yn* ls Dr. J. Ho-tftt,-r's Stomach i
Pi hits Kngli.-h' rrenchand' Machine for
,
\ GOODS; SEW ( ) FAIICJ Class 65 Draw on Saturday Manila 2t, 1,1i(1. Ilitt.: !It.wn! '>n the side (sf the bottle and I Cutting, PlaningHci
Mu-liiw, Fri-irf.h and Kn: IihlMerinos.. Freiich and1'il'ton
;
OUl0 NO EIIlilh'Chilllz., Class 06 Drans 4.11 Saturday, March SI, 1 sei.Iimo tlnmjMil <>n thc! inrtallic cap c'vcririiithe{ ding. &c., Irregular Forms in Weed
YANKEE Oingham, *. ) ISJ.ick Alpuc.i,
I ----- -- HUMBUG. '! i.7 Draws la .ik. and .-\ that our autograph ,
Silk and Cotton \'ehrtVliite Mais,.illes. PrintedOpera on .tl1r }. April 7, IfCo.i r signa I 0--
i rl.i: "3 CS Draws on Sfati.rday, ,\I'ril 1 1. 1F60. t..r i> on the! luU 1. mulcrsi rril ban
Iffyers&GornianrUAvE South-n Inventions Flannels. Jjiilit's and Cents \\ lute Merino j I rI"IIE ; Ix-rope lime own '
Vests bleached and lirown Shirting and .She-I tit }g. (lace (;9 Draws on S-itiir.iay! April 21, liCA). If Prrparrd and soU by IIOSTETTEIl i : to n*" and s..ll this va'usMc! ) ..*

1 .I. NOW and IN STORK A -r- ,' 1'alcnleJ June \\t\\ ..-y I;; ,:;,.. jA3JESPEELEK'S linen Sheering and I Shirting bit-allied, and brownDrilliii (CIai 70 Drani Itll Saturnay, April 28, ll)tl 1)JILl' 'Jnll, .ntlsl-r.r-Ii! Pa., and told by alllirr.gzists Florid.i.: und he now -'' indiridunl :n> '! i iKi
Lrje IVautifal Stock f ffis. :. I I t.LJ : S..tiuds Denims, ja"'III1H browu and, : DNK; 1'UIXL TO KVEK1- X1XE Ti&XELTie.oIDIr.T.A.nM' ;lit* to any tvlio may tlesire to purd.ntt'} n I
'it O. ., uLlellx\ .\- I '/ Ii fU//Ifl.csce. F/a. !!" ._. -, | i l jrnifrrs, and dealers! pcnfrally ,
,, ".el' 1 uaburgs, Irish Linens, Hosiery Oeoria; I IKerseji I the )iaibins-a cnn l lae seen in <>p'rati4, at nnIM \ '
stripes
invite trpiioat! its I alteil M.tt! Canada Southts.nln
jieclfullj! attonti-n.; {.oi -smg of, \'iz: IJlaiikctn mall.tt"!! : >, > l--p .( I.V.. ttsc-t-t I at 'InlULaDepot. .
V.\HItTV\ STEk and Plains U l Negro i i DRA"W'IN"G I I.e "
Ovtits$ibr File Gold, Hunting ( ""<.t| I.0ers; (('tl Fine; I 1JDEEIcw blue, {jreeu, scarlet auU .aJJle Hlaukeu. a-_ ...... I"t.tr im aiior fp clhed. .inJ f'rT'SCOVIL The rmeiitm! i" bi/iipl.'iai it* count! >1 -
L..II.ld.).".11111..14.| ..; Ladies Fine : & MEAD adapted tn cut n greater vane v ..f irr.!iitai i nij -
OuIJ \at.h.!: (''<'k".f all! dct-ripti>n<>. Gent's. Clothing. I GRAXD PRIZE: OF. $,>0COfl M\V: oiti.iiAs: : 1,1., j arid I surfaced than anyt c..Ic'r yet invented. il' ,

t..Florentine. M<.aic. C4111co.. l i\aaiKl' ,t%.ral Setts, I but one Stock fur kind, of 1 Prize of. .? (.(.. 1 Piizcsof. .?1M 6 \"hol.lI.lcrent... pacity is equal to tw ei.ty mn, jn.d in .nn :n .
Ura.lr Kin<;s, Hr..I..h. <;.I.J| JuarJs, REQUIRES any a Klafls Cloth Co-its. Dot-kkiri COIll\.T\\'t'el. Satimt.on : 1 f ''.rk much It
of which be "on f.ttined I 10KX :0" 5i)0) son br F.. ntii'XAiin, Jr.l'I.SII At I more. occupies but "n'all spa. ,
V.*t and (Cl.aii, LaSie may put .! IM--H. CoaN. P.tiff.ilo, Beaver, SealAin. Black! .
Clwtalaii.s ,
finns
I.o three
and tukeu tiff, in one minute. 1" 5.000 1(10 g 400 mid A.TII 4V Z11tiI..t I'allaliiixi.ciFlorida. -, to four feet squarei i sum..i"lil inquires f'
04.1 O.a.1 ..I, and Rage Kvs* Is adapted to sod sulwoil, l.illcide.ind cu'tiviilioti CIth: and Satinet Overcoat and ('Opt'". Fancy Ca* 1" 4l, >00 '! 100 COO I but little potter to drive it. Even !kl '
ceneial
U m..I.I. Oj-i.1 :ml lIuSv Ui i,;-, and may be tunie flow GuLl Iluip>, Guit Bonoiii Seal Fancv Cainieie \eits. Silk, Satin an l ltdiin Cloth I
I'ill det-ired. and i is w.0111111 uclf'ol that a cecil l lIIaIIterIhav 100 icot BCHEDUE LOF TRAINSFLORIDA Furniture CarrLje, Wagi.n in-l Iu. : Btu:
Ix t8. 'liosum Si. and Collars.
-t l11.nl". G id Pen UM! Ve IJnen lit Marseilles Ac, Ac '
IK ttirn.-d! '
L Idl be attached tu it, the Cobt of which will n-.t exceed cnn out by i hfMh a''<
I 'a.(;4JT r. thsLI ---------
t Sivc5-utl ll'' Every 'n dc-ti eliable I I Prize +t{400 appro'g. -JOO.OOO iz 51cO( :BAILEOAB JF.I.R r.Ten.\ 0-
an-1 are
: .1.'.. 47c etc. part > adju.taUe to ;t.?'U. pi I
'.. I Tlio stock, 'a Lids may be r.ud t>f ClIDtD.n pine I ] Youth's Clothing I ;IIO" 2(.00u .. 1.2t'0' Julv( lR.'.9. 2Vlv

Silver plank! n tn eimpjy constructed and there : 4 'I 50" 10.000 l.dl'O' I
.} : 'Varc_ I % in the n on |'urt. that DM \ IsIe! pV.w being m.iv IHuld be) I CI..lll I.'rue'h. T'.<>il. Casfeimerc arid fanry Satin.H I 225 lIoo" Vi IIII 1 I Notice.8IX .

I'aN4 T. 114,-, Desert ituJ | midiiv f-Jt : btu c., /-. liMml S.it,list O\ti I 551 k,, bliupilot: mid 1 I'ne! 4 !I>0 4,000 bOo I I
T.b. ip con.n..Ijeat Smith afvr r
months
after the first ,
1' net- f.lIIl'e.I".iu.r". I'utilS.bUsk public: m tl j i> m
1lauko.t.1.1. .4
I / SIr. Salt.nd! Uuttard .I..I.'I vL.thhitaifIg a con.-ot |uttern.Farnirrs I biurk.. and Tweed* PauU .Vo. 4 4 150"100" 3.000"' Cl 0 LEAVES FEnX4XVIX.DAILY, II '. II,. underpinned, adniii i Utr.st-.r ..i 1)1.) .'rmof <
may even fit tl.eir latent srpplv of I 1,600" 40u (si\\n r.s nxcKPTKn) Uiznbvth Cnmpl'>:rl.! iecea"ed! late of l/*<>n e u
tsI I.L !e- IV ,'.I. I'Mi' )K.zii.i.Ca&e, 1 wroucht iron -- --- of 20 ,. . .
tummj i lu\\., tcootcr, and n esfur 5,000 prizes ar ._ .. .100,000 I tv so ill present IIH tniat account arch 1 voucli. ',. ti.Henri. .
11 arnvalf
Steamers from Charleston and Savniniiih.
l CVnrai Kimr", Ituttt-r Kun.-. Ni.kii: Ui.I. j j tl.b stuck.PEELER'S. I Hats. ON '
t;. -- Judge of Probiite of Leon Will k '. l.
:-
'
at Caliuhnn with Stare f e.nntv
connecting
14frtb K.i.. ,1.1 Fsikt. ( "1' ilnr &; itt j 3,485 Prizes to. .. .. "rTrader'
: amounting -220,000 ,li .,
d"'r .
Uuxek, CarJ Cav-* and p.. : .. lli I A f.ne 1I ,jrtml.'ut..f Nutria Pocket lists black: | Hill und CVr.trei iI"! Ga.! ; at RiLlnin with I WILLIAM PKUKINDec :' i -'

I RE DISTRIBUTOR: "rencl Caesi n.-re. Planters. Hungarian: 1'01 I I.Smoke, j I WIIOLK THXETS JlO UAUVEf5 iI SUirv for TuIlohaMru! ; at Tiail lirid,e with! St.i-i* 17. 1859. Cilt-61Uu A.

PLATED WARE. I .\ D.1'1'1:0 t<. tltt-*,w'ins and' dlitnbiitii.fj.if; I IIa\ <.hick. :tate, Maine, Auti'iu and Saxuny Hat. ---- -;-- ; Qi-\niER--- () for iliddltburg[ ; and ai Ktaike with, Stages fr New -

T* St.4tM "pUtttl on '"nl.lll Silver fleautsf.1 Pettituset 1. kin l of manure an.! f rUhzors httl.tr fii.e ..rd I b.n's all l driMieti's hats ill:i eeryftylc. Gents glazed CertifIcates cf f Packfl es in the Ordinary Drawing-- nr.ns>ille, Ciaiiis>il! ., llicanopy, .Fleniington and i, Notice. -5

., Nih..1at..' <...t..rs. w.lt.-r..I'ilc.n.! I .i.. titJicr in br.ttdriu-t-r in rit.lIr ..rt.* I.at.. rn. !liir,tnbl<> mole-kin bats straight and bell will be *ild at the following rate, which is the risk: Ooala. I

: .'ck. lUnketK, CutterFnsrt UI.h.Car.l Hasltsto I I 'Sp4i ou a |.I.-.rtatiiti n.abe readily Cscd for llili I sl.nj-ed, Ic.'. ansi. I!..>'. eloth caps silk I'll tih aipt' !I Certificate of Package of 1O Whole Tickets. .*SO LEAVE Stance daily (Sunday excepted ) .n arrival I I SIX months: after date the inidtTni>mcd) ..iii .*

I Stand Sictie'i 1Jar (UtkcU.l. ('sikile- .'urrj4t a tnfiiuco<-t.Tlie ------ : II II 10 Half . 40 01 Stages, and connecting ut r..rua".linaill, Ins finalncexuntsan.1 ly".rl'! to i(Lr .1'>
I Boots and Shoes. M M Steamers for Savannah and Charli'Eton [ of Prol>nte of Leon county, a* aiburrmmtritti'[ : -i .'.
.
10
>. <; l.'et., ('lIi' Jc. .. tm.h-rMgiMtl is IK'' tLe tf the Quarter .. 20 ou Monday,
4 owinr U and Fm ithsv. estate ">f Adam Oramlin. tleces.ed): late .>t w
. Tuesday, Wednesday
.
---- Rfelit Fondn. (r tl *t? intentions. list, ("' A very lanre a-i'o..rtm..nt of Indies and Misios lOEiglatl. 10
count and ask to be dii chared
S C.1. tIe rr_ nL'bts, f>r the folluaii i ,.; etxuitiis Lave n< t f.1.t"l ..S. iinkitui. nnd! lippt-rs of every quality aol nni.1: A. II. COLt, Supt. therefrom
1... NI.I) \ ,-.1": :'MVW7.tvdPkr, Ca1lety. I old. vu : yet "'itli: :ind "ill..ut.1.. (;.cut's btst calf ID ordering Tickets or Certificates enclose the May 1. 1!'iR. 18__ A. P. ( RAMLING, Adam
I Jan.
Table a.'I'.rl! K..in't.i"... SLtmra, ... i Hamilton. r.Jnnil.ia. MOIJi_. Tavl .r. II..>!. "'1.1lio.. -. Il.enitrrIot.. and Hinew of all amount of money to our address, for what you n i.-h Gifts" '- 1SI 0. 2-6m -
:j Lwm. (>a>!!idtii, l lrty.. Franklin (':: Kii'.i-! Hunter n.ejts. Ploughmjii's h'tfIo'Ullt'li I to purchase; name the Lottery in which you tiM i h it Gifts Gifts ! !

MUSICAL! S'.rHUl\1ENTS. j M*. 'Yii4.i.igtun, 11. iu a, Wahun, SuLta IMfJ\'f'Ue'j 1II..1I l':'\'\I Boots and *lmf*. ajrrt>variety invested and whether you wish Wholes, Hahrgor i -- Notice1S ,

J t OurtJWSJobiiC.: .,.t.*. KU:mU: tIt Af-.H-deuns.I-1a-I Ls'ai.atia.'lie'' lii'ir Hior .l<,. flare supply! ol Russet Bn CI.il-I' (Quarters. receipt of which, we send what is ordered '. EVANS & CO.'S IX months after date, undersigned will etc

iku ;" .. und 1.n.l.'UI I'L"5. j C-.unly Ri;bt* for the almv named! counties I >..rlhtrn and Maditin made.AL'O I by firM mail t. .th-r with the Nlmne.Imme Oil CATSOUTHER sent him final account and vouchers tu the JUIKof .

Isi -A I. (- I j j of th.n State, with tU County l.'uht. f..r (he connlie Hardware nu.J Iron. Nail, \oti..n-. S\II. i iJler
Ill .Fwo Con;. Mwt !'..iH-bea, IVwdtr Flaks, Gun of I). CiJui Mill.r: ansi P-aiy! tf the Mat of II '. Fancy Good, Crockery, Glassware Perfume in?. Certified to hy the Conantissauners! will be pent I GIFT BOOK STORE I from the administration on th'. estate <'II WHam

r \\... MM! l'a; |I". CJronris are IK>.' Ali .. T.l.tr tied! bpJjriii* iiii<-listv! ouch J: Puichasern tvill please write tlleir signature THIRD : AR OKIMKS Adm'
Hull L'IIII"| L n'p (;)..',_ jjnl | on trnn at to give ,
5' ClMiiiM" ". I'nmn-d ('wII'stit4.s. ('I.il..11.i *. I a- the pjicbnter a fhincr to rl'llliz.'lo..rf'lh"n ten tiiucn BaggingRope. & Twine. i plain and give 'J. -ir Pot Office, County and: State. OF TUB Jan. 2.. 1860. 4-6m
All ,
V nan U.rUe and Trrra CottA Figure.. n.ina'e'' UKRx iey for "1.Ie.h (hey can l-c Uiu:bt.P I .\ full supply "f ratnily Groceries, such as Teas, : coinninoications strictly confidential ENTERPRISE IN NEW ORLEANS. --- --- .---

'I 1 '.1 I'MZC. fitfxr St.nd&. Curd Slatui*. fij.. 1IUf.! d.. .TS>4i > in anv .f tit,; <>untit-< .idling: platifntiun (.,Ii.-. Siinr."lJR-e.| : N apv Candle, Sjiices, Can.Jiei. tr after All! prizes the of *1O( (>0 other and under paid I i mediately -& Notice.

( .U... PoIr'r "lat boo Wiitift [).fib IIJkt Vrk I Ir.lIt'tI | rifrl.t* ran t.U un hem I by PI'1,1\ing to meat this Bulling 1-ll.i.l, OiV, taints, TobaccoSnufF, C bars.I I time nf drawing- prizes at the ': received the strongest assurance of ill?

r- Jt'lcl.-aIl.'lIuu C..ol'! ('II'H' '11. 1)r.'l nlaec or niy aetit for the eS.tlIIty iti which they li\'e. :':o ell"', Narilnu-s. Sauce. PicKl! ., Nnla, Salt: ::., y thirty wets,days. .t HAVINO of our customers heretofore,by their DR J. J. CANON having left the Slat .<"* C
S Co/a
Kddy Lotteries drawn
MV Ifl'ifrtfl f the! are at his account and notes in Lauds for oul
11'ro" 1:Ins, Leatl.tr) Sattl-cN, Table Mats, JaW > price ir indiviiul tight to ri.ikeliHii Brindiii.inra.Gin.Kurii: ; and I Whiskey. continued would my
; 1 I,aau.,. aih". ,te- I ll.. tltc I'd.* i. 'i'* .far .Lore>_ fir ttiATrt.. _. .irA Au -- AI.a soituientof
0 no. on .ww. good Drugscesustnntly kept them and ad who dkgiroua of
-S Mint' IJaz I Diitrlmtor ?5 eu.-h. Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to are obtaining a valuable said Dr. Cloon11(1 M. W. Grand! toconiefunrsrund .
Rtzurs. tr.Har: !
; ; CrulKx.fl.a\in5 l' on band. HEIR, RUsT A CO. library also fine books for presents and for the,
I' Dnit.be. T...lh 1,1..1... .(.. .' Tl.e csot tif ihe ir.ntcrial an-I making of the stock Timlhal.aaseeeScpt. 24, 1I9.Nathaniel 39 WOOD, EDDY & CO, Augusta Georjna. parlor! table, that by constant addition, to oar ''k. settle as early as possible it they would BaT'
ii AlM. fine' rca.ly r.'.- plow ii<:. ,ith) kind of blade is al! cost. A. Jt. COM US; Justice Peaet
noa.1nu'nt clf Jli id Nets and Hair11ns. any a Mil -- ---- ------- or, WOOD EDDY & CO., Atlanta, Georgia we have now on band a larger and more choice collection -
c.% Call ai.l atNYFIJS !. This. ircluf I.* Kith ww.d] and iron work ,. CVntrevilIe.Jan.21. J 1850. !
M.t rmnjJt Hamlen or. WOOD. EDDY .t CO, Wilmington Del. nf standard and miscellaneous books, con illt- _, ___
GdKMAN'S( ) Tlie corff the; blades in aing to thtir wi-i:ht tgF Circulais containing Schemes fur the month m notl"hat the
I pin-th charges for making them,which COMMISSION MERCHANT, wilt be sent free of late than has been
expense, by addressing as above. publications, ever offered! in this
}I HOGUE&ATfL/lKEE/ ., isfrtnerallx' less th-.n is harmed, lorrukin1I1Y other( No. 33 I'oydrasSt.New Orleans. --- eityand: selling at the LOWEST RETAIL PRICESA A LL persons owing the firm of Heir 4 Rust I* .
"i"l..f a plow blade. Iritis without weld exceedingly l. :\ debts contracted up to the let July, 1839..af

ATTOKXEVS & (COUiXSELLORSI ) I simple, and easy t<> give the proper sett 0j I FULTON FOUNDEYT"TALLAHASSEE GIFT hereby requested to come forward and settle up mmediately >

A stork complete with a steel turrt'lig plow blade j I Inoooter ltI'cR TO- Worth from 25 cents to ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS otherwise their accounts will be placed

I .T Xj2W, I atnl sweep will cast in our ..lssis| here nlmut !I Fx-Go James E. Brootue TallaLaESCO Fb FLORIDA. consisting of Gold and Silver Watches. Gold tLe hands of an attoruey for collection. .

T AVC f'tnnvd A I JL TJIW, and will attend I to any j.roftteiotial busito ni-Iie.l at -0! cents tndi.Kvcry A. B. Noy es, Eq l FIR JOhN CARDY, TroprIcfor.MTEAM articles will bePresented Jaa 14. 1860. 3

Dtssrutntn. : thtir! euro.i where this plow has beco introduced it has I M.: bj>eiicer, F q. J r Newport' : --0- -- -_

i*. lit.m ;. .\. pnuuv AMAKEK.S. Iwen consult'red John J. Snelling Quincy, Fla.Gen. I ENGINES from 6 to 85 horse "power, With Every Bookat Guns Guns Guns !ITUE

I.!' s ISNo __ ___ __ The M*1 Ecmnmirttl Conrrnicr.t mid EJi. Wm. Bailey Jefferson county Fla. |O built to vrjt, of the beet material aod work- the time of sale. Las local!rf
L. dent CulliraUir Ever InrfnSal J. G Putnam Esq.. Madion ** Fla. I tnftnhil'| and AS cheap as can be purchased in New N. B.-Do not be deceived by any traveling eon undersigned now T-ermanently
tho wbere b. i. prepared
Llce. I A great many: of the most reliable and ivitt-Bigeut i Ausut.tr.8 Steele, tq, Cedar Keys Fla. I York or any Northern city and laid down iu Florida. eerns that may wi h to take advantage our success iu the most workman-like Post-ofiice and manner, to
l..L iD'Ic1Jt..J l tin Daniel Bell, Eq.. ILiinilton county Fla. Castings for Saw Mill, Grist Mills, Giu Gearing Ac, to advertise; under the same name. To our prompt
A r"'I'I''IS to ettste of the] !lateJeori'e | planters (>f Middle Florida have given certitieatts ofi protect make and repair
( E. Dennis tl.- -ceased \i'.l! in.ike its cfiicicncy and of that ]. Reniington.: Esq.. I Geo. Lc., constantly hand. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 Friends and l Patrons from imposition who may never
i opinion as Tbomasville
are its
paytiriil coon I
J tlit-ro'f to Dr. 'lliomis K. Le. :ard. and al! I"'r 1 iiieiiti It conic ik-rally krxrun it will be the as !I E>l.fc t'ixui". EWJ., J r. inches in diameter always on bl\oJor mode to order. LIne visited our store we would state that this is the GU.VS, KirLES. Cir>LOCKS.
11:1\ill cUinu Only Jack J. Marsh. Esq Duncanville Geo. Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing for graveyards ONLY in fact all work pertaining to Gun Locksmith-
I U (IS : ? any 11111 I dcuiiudi: h 1:3 iiint nai-i Plow "*cd, IMIU not only the roort CthVcLsietht butI BRANCH OF TIlE ORIGINAL a. or !
estate will iMcfiit the mine t. tl.e! tind .irnifd lia X5.2O. 185R 47 .te.Jubloiog. With the above qaahficitions be expects to merit
q fiaid] TlioniiK Z.. LctHiurd. "I., |La l Len duly au This Plow has taken the first premium in all the work of all descriptions executed with in the South. lib ral |patronage of the citkenrf of his place ami
Blacksmith Notice. neatness and despatch. AH orders addressed .
iWizcdunJ finjKtw'cri'd l isv' the uudirsip-rd t.1 mt State Fairs it has I len entered and two to surrounding country.J2T .
I 19 all matters ooixt'miiif Mt'id estate ; and ou rnilureMf I were awarded to it nt the South) :Carolina Slate premiums: Fair John Curdy! Tallahassee }Florida will! be promptly We of would respectfully give as reference* the editors N./B. Gun locks always far sale oo h.n attended thePicayttnt Trims
Delta. .A. O. Crtsctr-t
icsei.t 6>M-hcUiifS tir dvnunds within two '[ last Fall but I do not want to buv ii to.or BROWN
years ; i.;L* and Delta of this
fr. JU tbs !ale this iiutkt* will be pYad in bar clFr I, IIJXHI .- rt.'clIlmllenoati"lIs! u ll"'ntl'rt, ant them to ( Terms Cash ..j Q Those who are unable city. to visit our Store real March 2B, 1859. 13 ,
can -
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-
amiyreturt-ritheic..t I i buy lie rijht-have tIle pWs made-..-given them a -0-- ize all the advatitagee.of with
1t dealing this establishment
I.LLKN: : DEXMS. Admix. i I fiir trial. und i if lifter proj-cily niikin; and using Special ISTotice. by sending) their orders by Express, and Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE .

i. I' 1..1. h-8w: -- J: JiH-l, ropr.Notice. them they do not find them as advciti. >ed, I herein purchased the interest Jos'epb Cardy Bwill bf promptly filled and sent with the corresponding they OF FLORIDA?)

p'e.'jre! m self to it turn them their money. Tliii I \ HAVING Foundry as well as all accounts GIFTiS by the retum Kxprcea.C5T" Wakulla County. J r *

II ihitik is a* fiiir; an tl-'v N.tiM Ask AGENTS \'snD.A due the concern, the business will hereafter, be conducted Any person ordering TEN or more Books atone M. SPENCER adminwtnrtor of the tsl.feof! <

MNIK: Irrfcijjned )liatiii qu.ih'fied as CieeUor J. 'PEELKll, Tall),)l.awe, Ha. by me. Those indebted will please come time will receive a GIFT and a BOOK extra.C3T R William Pelt, late of Wkulla oouuty

.I_ mlor lie Ust Will! aid: tit-Janicnt ii iliss K. M 111'a Shop in this place exclusivev' engaged forward aud settle their Circulars 'With a List of our Books, will be ceased, Lat i, g filed io the ProUt office of s'
U<_roitu. lrceal.. Jjte .4| Ixon county, her..by I I in making aud repairing these p C'\\'I. Tli>'e pur- rplIE BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL ITS accounts.JOHN GAUDY. lent free to any address. county a written suggestkm, tInt he believes tM

F ;riff tkttiou tit nl!i |H.-rMii li. xiicj .-Iai&surdytn..nj: ;, I! cliasJiag p.intuliou! lights can bu funiirhedihplt] : \ s _I_ branches w ill be carried on as heretofore at the January 7, I860. 2lyCoPartnership CVAXS; CO.. estate of said WlllLam Pelt to be insolvent. tber M*

.f tI\l.t,n \'or tl 1lur(. n!ainM the .- -lae) t.f taij .le :! at 1 S cents per ,..unJ. irou \'oik, 21 cents per 'pound, I OLD STAND, by the undersigned, who returns No. 9 Camp street near Canal notice Lr hereby given to all penoos baviog elsi"*

"53BR1 t -R |rfsttit theifl. jH'jHautheiiliratid! ; Itce'01' -which is lew per pound than any other I thanks for and solicits a continuation of tho public I Notice. New Orleans Jan. 1, '60. 2-3tn against said estate to appear and file the saow Yll
within t' 4ioH' plows cnu h uiadii for iu this market.F patronage heretofore so liberally extended. : --- ---- -- v*
jnesc ibed by In' ur they u illitetC..ft".i the Judge ur Probate of said county on or btt"

t, uutl all |H-rjm< indebted arc itxjufbtcd to 'e._. 4._SfiO.__ h 1-_to_ __June_._30._ __ July 1. 1859. SO, I). C. WILSON.Executor's rpHK undersigned have this Jay formed a partner Valuable Land for Sale. lilt of July. 18BO. nbeii there wiK be a pro rats **

,'J'a.'UJ. .L ia.uu>di.ilrly. ,L eUp I under the firm and name of fPHE I i subscriber oflers for sale 12oO of tributioo of said estate among 'creditors of "
i Notice. Notice. : acre. YltluaM@ -
.
", of IIDWAItD) HorsTOUJf.Notice. I GEO. W. SCOTT & CO., -L Ja.nd. lying in Jackson ooonty estate.

.tCJ. ...::61). ., 9-4- <:ual.li..J Fxt-rtr. ALL person* 111\'Jg deniarxU or claims npainst MMIE subscriber, basing qualified under the last And will continue the business the the West side of the Apalacbila River Florida about t n H. J* HENDERSON, Judge of '
-- -- I ttae of Julat B. GrkHii, d deceased late of 1. will nod testament of Thomas ."'!:; doccisei i at old stand of mile below the junction of the Flint and one Dec. 31. 859. 63-Cm
..:JL- ; (J Geo. W. Scott where they will always be leady to Chattaboo- : ____ _:_ _
I 'lYia. lute of Leon
county < are requested to prevent county hereby gives notice to CH-C miers. About 250 acres cleared.
I them tu the unj.-rsi!" nl ex-oJBcio aJoiiuiftrst, all pen sons hiring claims aodenandtif nbatsoevcr I supplyCash About one half of said lands IIILLSROROUGII. N. c.
,; CIX WE!S lrt'O.- Stt'uUsaij.eii' ; ff (L,. Miilnii the time rf'f'J..hod) i l I.y law. properly| ) auUifnticateil. nature against said estate, to ]re8cnt them, properly Customers and Prompt Paying Men mok, time fourth river bn.tofu; Luda arc excellent Ham. MILITARY ACADEMY.rj .

-1 O iiot.'. ('.e uii-erfigp! 1 v til >pj'!v ...ii' y u.Te Icf t tI'lvbatc t>r they willm! barred ; awl all person io- alle .:. within two jean. us the law requires vr v ith all Linda of Goods required in this market at f'I.e aud mixed pine lands. and oD.-!ocrth '
4 of Leon c.> )I'UI.r.C mJjiiitii.tratmioK !tvltAliIl a'txl the LOWEST CASH PfiJcti.January SUPERINTENDENT ..lorereff'llfsrt I
cotnity luaki-p-ivftctit imnicdiatrlv.U thy will be barred ; all pcisonc indebttd] to caLl Fur tenos apply to Leonard Hani
7- Jh* J: hte of U-vIe; J.. lle'r. tl,.vs e.l. Isle I SAtNDKiri. Sl ilf'L\-.m' Co i!I estitc are requested to make Kiunent imme Hugh A. Corlej, or the ubs'-riber upon the }place] J. an officer of the South : !

.. otJ *.wrt,.. KODCRT 1ICJK. and LxoO'ci.j AJujinUrat. i W. It. SWAIN, LxtV. I W. G. rOOLllJaauarr Set,. at TullnhaHENin *- Academies. For_a circular address C

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