The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00395
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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pr11frisiDtl1l!; ;: [ tub pasintis: (Carts A. GALLIE, J. R GREGORY & CO., AMES & LIVELY, I Charles M. West, ri I =e

1)1:.tl HI: ISDUV ( St-cseotts: 10 E. B\K:' ARD. JK,) PEATFK IN ,:: To riff II rticHit for t't lit* nt' Yulnhtz; ''',. f.r
MILES HASH & CO. AND19.tLERS RETAILTALLAHASSEE I 11., Jittnl v>nr t",nun ',r:nil .;,. tttr.prt ) WJlOle*alt! and Retail Dealers inDUrGS GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
PROVISIONS\ jirtl. tn t/ie fur out tJiumanJ ti I1,! Arm//Y l an,I
i's: i tig: t IN G E::ERA L L }'. *tttito .
i orders accompanied by the cniPJ meet rf
2& -\\1)-: ALl I : rcrioN 1. it n.1,1 Eke, ur IssrC.l.'t,1
I.tl4.;! c PA IMS, j |'r..mpt atteution. !I O Com'h..7t C .>turi! fir t'tc ("if., nf Jallulmwr.

: GIlRlal LG I\: lRAL. cSI }'.,b. II, IfGI.: : 6 Sentinel rr,|'v. ; That there lull U lex I..vl and cnl! .-*clrd the(oUm..n.:

Mlj'ICLNTS.I: !! I ,: JH; :: t OILS I I November 1::. IKV<. 41 I \ \h.} -- --_.. .- I t4Xif,'r tile fi.calt'ar J cumll1"Iciug, "n the ht day

__.____ Cotton Seed.rOlT. : ,,( Apii,1f61i i! :
\ \r,>''LP mf.rm llw.u nrixV, : tih1 1,e pu1e.; June.\I. \ .
:%o'Igc& oI 'I' 1-L;p<'fIlIl1mt'reI1I1nf" vending! g.M*!., n'arm! ami! -
\ \ tI:i'\' II tv.n Inn I a :!,,<.1 I *.ttmmt wfiuc -- 0- I : IIUNDRFD l nusun.s POYDS PROIIF1C I mc'rrI"ln.lizf' tax ..f five .
a thirty nts I loiniTreil
r" ''.'. "". ait :;...!"'r..".. I b.,rt m tlhHr.! ..f IrtSltH-Fk J. H. 1'\\1.01.J.: S. BO\D. I sj I tO11O\ -;FFD f.,i ,:'!. nt ?l scrbnslei d .II:ir* in"au.! of the stock e ill tra.e 00!' w every> the iirfhiy "- -

.I t II t .- .j\.j" 1"4'tlt'll reaL ... bv HEAl() & DFMMM .
III x : < :; I41Ti.ea. Tlienrr i f .\ nl l u.t. as near as fie! be
; | same
: \ can
,. 11 lei'.'."..:.'.iri I Drs. Taylor & Bond \cED .- _St Marls.. I-".eb.. 1s. 1SCO' 8. lbC'rtl.inf'.l -
i r ,i:,I'M <:.:?' HE. -- -- 2 U nil \"t'n.J..u l ,,f
: 1-I AYE ,,_.'iat...! ill. *1... ,/'rwlw.: 4.f Medicine. Of- |>'n :goo: < --- i I I nw. at tl.. <'n : TAM .rl I"I. T"\'fr.l r J :VE i'n 1 hand at the old lIt3nd," h"11" of tl< Mor } flIrt George S. Collins, (other than Itinernnt tradrr.) who chaR commence -

H. BERRY i 1. tn corner ..f Cllt'IIJ! and Monroe stir ts. a I bwuu "SA afUr. the lust day of Apr 1 us-at
TalUI "* l rcl''r :f- .6 a
4-4 1. :
_. : !: I. 1.irge and l complt: t'-k .,f lure 4 RL rxw rectmig a large and frrfh I'upplv! of ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR : tax clf tIi 'J-t: fhe ceo-s on every hundred Jollirs ina'ue

Auctioneer and Commission! JIJUU\l.. l\O'l'ftr: ;. ItI'ug', IT It'll ic'mi'% :in(l Clu'iiiicftlc, .Zi. every variety articlrs kept bv Dru.gist l1I: : <.f their. ft'tk in tn.Ie, to be estimated and! se.pesse.l .
I I TV j A IKKS rin MCAI* sand A..T Tr.A W I rtliwith
MERCHANT. -I-- upon commencing: bu;Fne !l
Jtf- )tiif*, / I ( hers.( '" ill itiwayt.I find at this estal,Iii-hment a I 3-Upiii :\1I1"'ul't'III,1 1 furniture,including guMatlct S
i I MtUll', rU, Stjt :2!I. IDI. ,&:;:;. < Dr. Stuart White I ];('ntill(', }rc1rll;*/l's. lirmlics. Cam the silver and niwioil
Slate struments
I full aupi.iy' of every thing needed in our line and on Oifi1ke:: orer flllnl.0) plate! and uJ'n "n.! .
'"' |1.,1\."I phcne. Hurtling FlinJYinJoa liberal terms they be had in SouthHn1.rhL. >eb. nntehes a tax; of tl.ilty.fi\'t cents hundred
ns can o-i
i.i r :-;'ai'i 1 1. .HI thiS I'm i Ge. ns any 18, Iteo 8 every
H. )!fnO!) \I.U> I IT 1.\
\ & fO'S., I R.lV.' :id ;:i..1 I ,,'!!'r* hi. r.r"r.. "nal 1 fM,'lc,.. (;iac. Put tit. <,'".. <$"c Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly at. I d"liars in vnlov tI..nOf.t. .
}t.larting: So V011lmb.'JtiiU iJt: : r I.. ll'1..' citiact c cf ii.(, .urn e\ery
l.. fr.. > il, .! cr I purcllaaed by Customer. To Cn."l." and
ir.< m i r. i "nc'l' )Ir. J. J. CJuirc*. about TOILET A\D: F.\I\' An'l"ICLI personally ;itrJ .). -J.t] I value thereof.I

No. 102 NASSAU STREET : in* mile from IK! :btalHi,?. I prompt time. burrsie, feel c.nfilent in sajin we 'N1JiIJrJ-rJ,! : .. :... [ Th1 ...1l: ::.r :\ !:)..!J) I 5-U|*>n mall fiircs t\'I\'nc.lnr 1 f'mp1oJ'e.lin eity.
N..v. 6, H'-.'. 47 CO'f"ISTI: {II'i c,w give thtiu entire sat !fartiun. Our TOGK com
NEW YORK. -- i Superior' fair, Tooth Nail and oilier llrll ll. I ICs rri....>- T.\ : FL \. I (tol he paid Ioy tIe, 0'11 ner or on'nrrt thereof) a tax

.\.J]v erl i"/II.'flfj um IK rcettt.ed as abot: fir pub TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE ; llomI'orya/lfllndia Rubber Dress Pru::!. Dp' Stuffs, OFFICE at J. EBFUS CLOThING STORE I I o theieof f tIdily fire cents: oil .very hundred dona's value

;.. at ti' n in ll i< |"AJ't'r.] SADDLERY tug and Fine Combs; Fancy 7'otlit Medicine \aini"be", 18, ISC')*. 8 I 6-Upon all i leiM: :re eardages. arnl npon all horses

Au '. '" I I"; .". ::4X ; Chemical, Pulty.l'erfumcrJ" ,
i .Soo;).* ; Ponalums ; Choice Burninz Fluid I n:id rnuKa kept ill the tty: a tax i,f tlnrM fire cent.. -
ANt) Atlanta Medical College. hari.'!'rtd) dollars value hert'tlr.7l'p"
..llSt'111:K J'erfuirrrii, 4'c., 4'c.$ 4. on eve-r
D. 1'\1'\ III < iiit.tt. Camphme,
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I-I A K N T{] S S AU of ",lli..h they "ill Ml At reasonable price.>. 6y Oils, Gla s Ware, "" -0- / ." all Auction :bait*, a tax of one-hilf percent
I rf MlF Sth: Course of Lectures in this Ins! !i ntionJL the an..unt t.f sales
upun gross
keeping corxtiutly all ,
articles !
ARCHER : fupplied'IIIt in tleir i'lne Window (JI81.line .
PAPY & Soaps.
I ESTABLISHMENT. line, and b\. strict! >llte'ltio" to I lulliDe. they wil..n.dea"or Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacco will commence on the 11o1 :\IUlJllay in M.ly next ; 8-Up<.n ill Ran! or ISjuk Agencies buying
and continue until the last of the
4.11:0; : :rI1cr t LL\VV-, to merit the patronage h ret< K>re h..-*. reed Hrulhf'I, Patent Medicines, following August I sellm;i-xohaiige. drawn tipny place beJt'o'M
FACULTY limits of l tliH !tate, tax:
0 -
their! : 1 etnt upon
predt.t'cEwr. Fine Havana
upon Paini.ushesSurjjicil Segir,
T.U.II."EE, rr.olWA.1: I r I"i1E Si.'flC1ilhlEEt __ I In'truraeti<*, Mcdiciue Chests ALEXANDER: MEANS, M D', Profesenrof Chcnvi t'retl' d.! -\TS in amount so l Ilu l 1 and every Imndrf .

Tih tf. !IS I. : !H __. having j,urchired I Physicians rrc criptlons. Muted to Pkut.lti.n and Family use !try an 1 Phirmicy I dollars in amount so sold, fur during the year

the interest cof the late f : Particular attention paid to JVe'criptioni!! -ca.e ?LIT; : WISES BLANDILS IITUICIXAL l'urpo8t"Jl. II W BROWN.. D. IWefor of .\nat/lnn.. I preceding the d ite atvh cb the assessment of such

Henry L. Rutgers, : imiD I1ILLL. in t.:1: .' I fully compounded fiom I'ure HcJiciucs at aU Lour_ -A 1. 0- JOHN W. JONES, M D. Prof of Principle; and I tax than! be made! .
.* day and night.November Practice of :Medicine and General Patholo 0 all A tf Insurance C..
tl e Cai ri..ge, S i dltraud > I 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. ,;v -Ujon entit! mpinie!!,a

COMMISSION MERCHANT ,: Harness Pu:'in<' so : :i. 1859. .45 .. Al LIM.LY.JUy W. f'. IV ESTMOKl I.AND, M I)., I'rof.o( Pnnci I tax of 'iwo percent. up' the gross amount of all
long him : > -- I) H. AMES Plea :In.1 1 Practice of:-; coititbiPsiEp! for and during the next
kept bj .d ursery year
T.\i.r J ,.\lLIE.: :, ILJi .\. I Would resjxctfllllv III "' t1_,) I J"TJUUE Cream Tartar np Curb Soda, halaratua., i' 14.J859=____ 20_ __._ T. S. PO\V El.L. M D. Prof of OlJe tri preceding the r'elvt'c a:'!Cmrnt
rc"1 Starch Sal Soda
Ir..ligo ::; Alum hul
4._.. form tLe uIIL.Illlt., ,,f Use BURNING FLUID J. P. LOOXN M D., Prof. of llvvi..l.gy aud Di- t 10-t|>ou ill Whit }I ae *, between the
phur, Copperas, Ac, at Curner Drug store : SUPERIOR ,
IItEI K VI. :T""" >" '- ..'*Ic on Cotton or Tulocre L 1: 0\ and utj.inmCouiituf _0I J. R GREGORY & COX seaces of \S omen nnd C1.i1.lrC'n. I lea of t\t'nty-oue and *wty years,a Poll tax of .
:I i ; that be I : J. O. UESTMOKJ-LA. :M. 1).. Prot of Mat..rrx dollar
j v,ul1..d' tu lac fn i*!* to New y.J.! will rontinuc; the business in all its .r. 1 Z, 1SG9/; 46 CAI\I.IFHENE: ,
I blanches :.t UK Old bt.md. wl:ire: be found at :Medica and Medical Jurnpru'len<-e, I 11-Lpoa all Free C01..rel 1.1f'II.between tkeagfS
:'\11.111' ('1IUK O\ M.\V: \
ttmiH't tu *..it 1lr J..a.la. Road I S Pepper (Cayenne and lilaok) :MusUrd Seed, For sale by AMES A LIVELY ftssor of AnitomyJ 12-Upon all J-'re C.!"retl Female*, \
inh 1 Ib.. 11 I Wagon baddies, Bottle Mwtarti. Jtmana Ginger, Race Ginger in May 14, 1861'h! __20 _._ .__ __ G. McLIV, JamlorN I aj es of twculyne and fifty j ears, :tax of five dollar -
I /larittfs \\
lirtdlclijts .
Lumps nnd Giocnd. Olive Oil Gelatine, Bakers -
Extract D. ALV1GN\ M D Curator of the :Mj .
I The Original Quality !'eum
and Machine limiting C c<'a, Yeast: PoTTders, soda and "N-idlitz Powdera, I I 13-Upon every Slave publicly exhibited for saTe

R. A. SHINE Jr. i! Of f'.ery"Arid)'. And!. in foLd, every article usually seltzers Aperient a!,,o Citrate urIngnelia! at the Corn Starch Clinical in.truction given as Ltrett.f<..re, regularly I within the corporate limits tf this city, a tax of four. .

.1-u.ct1cxic or kt'J.t.n| such an tablithm
A' tt'lit. ion to the interests of LM customer*, to merit a N"%'. 1!, ITS; 46 TRF1ARED expressly for Puddn: Ice Cream The Dissecting Room furuislieilntl. plenty of I Sic 2. Be it(artIer or1tJ. Tint there ,1111 le
conluiuinee of the r-atronge to libenlly bestowed I --- -- -- I I, Cukes, Bmee Mange,Cu!.tirdp, Pie!'. P. mge.Ac: good subjects for the \ihot cour-C1 \ii'I be ">i>en by levied an" collected tin flowing Licenoe Ta) :

( UMMISSION I I MERCHANT I I upon lua predeces'! J. E. PURDYI Congress Water, Received fred hv AMF.J &: L\\ LL\'. thelCthtf April I I-Upon all retailers of or "lnUli'juon

May 21. 1859" 21Congress FEESMitriiulation in thin one tax of ODe hundred
TULMiVSSI 1 FIJIU1)A. I I The MbrCiilirr "iuld aim inform bis friend and 1\ FREMI SU J'PL Y. at the CORNER DRUG I fuantilie61ti quart I

.' the public that he 'till eiHitiuue the .\gency of the LI STOnE of J. R. (OkEGOI' 11 (,'0. --- -- Ticket (taken OHTJ once.' ). .$ 500 i dolano.

SALE DAYS-EVERY SATURDAY. I I well known and ju-tI,) ccU'iratedTuehrJf November U. 1859. 46 Water. Course of I..f't'tllrt'll.. .. .. 105 00 2-Cpt\n all Billiard Tables, u ed ft.rire. a tax oftwentybye
__ _____ dollars e"clu
u Ticket . 10 00 I
I \\ titan's & iCi"g Machines. FRESH SUPPLY jnst. received and for Bile Dissecting (required once only) il-U ( dray or cart, used for hire, ft tax
Rock Potash V Diploma,. .. 25 00 every ,
1.1.I liucmos ,nirut&.1 tn I.i" rare will me t I Tallalllu"'ee. .. by AMES \l Soi.t 24, 1S59 39 Good board can be had at ito f J J I'er week.
wIi i: ptuinjit attention COUMjnmetits,i r4sjct FIRST SORT jr TIlE ('()P.XEC DKVG TORE. May 14, 1559. 20White 1''or f'rthcr information ad&lr.as: I 4-Upon every two or f ur or six Lorse wagon
I". V ...hdh'tl.f -- -- 1 used for hire tax of ten dollar
(I. ", 1 I" ; Lead. Atlanta Ga, March 3, 1 SCO. 10 I 5-Upon eey hack or public rairnge used for

0 -.-.... ..- Nov 12, 1859 46 -- -- .'- --- ---- hire, a tax of eight dollars, except hacks and carriages
J. EC. CALLAWAY : :1 :. . .0." t,;'" : __OR'!":..''rtoo Delicate Food for the- Sick.- "OURE EXTRA and 1\0. 1-Ground in pure LinI siLK T\LL. .T. W. URLAKl>, JR. . ..E. A. i1ART.Call belonging to public livery stable
_L I jeed Oil, just received: and for sale by 6
I --0- -Upon !public Livery Stable A tat of fifty
GR91ER) : i fQJDlS JIInUUXT: rj'E. T'roprit.t.'r flf the! above I31.li..hml'nt take: 1 Itueh BARLL1 S..go, Tar-M-ca. Fauna.: Ctn I AMES If; LIVELY. I ; Brevard & Hart, I dollar etery .

J In: ::i> D1ttl11! ): of i<.turning his thanks to the publ I Arrow lUiof, warranted frr h. rt tha II May 21! 1SIV; 21 .. .. A"t'torneys: a"t I.an.w, I 7-Upon every Hawker and Pedlar rending good
1'\\11 D4wu.s \r.41\I; Avis A; IIXTM : ::t'lI"rnlly fir their: plIr.\1': durinz :tho past Yt'r. I Corner Drugstore J. R GLLC.OU'i L CO. I II -- -- I wares and merchandize except fir the vending of

._, ,,;1'\NTLV' ."n I l.allIIIt.llc..j I : 1 i"in:: fni flip atl.1 I vrt.ul.l! I r.-J""etulJ" solicit a continuance uf theADDITIOHAL Nor 12, 18ro. 41; : I L :OXS, Guava and Current .T IIi"\I. Prunes, I T.\LLII \' i:K, FLORIDA. charts and attires tax .f me hundred dollars
I .. . .. _..._ _. .. I Pears Pickled ) Pticb T TA'ING associated themselves in the practice of I j
V ,I I.. r )\ :.,""l* IU'': 1..ft..l- : :: -.1..i. .out. J fcardines Oysters Brandy\ I a:1 venders of Lottery Ticket, tax of
,"| '|1':11.1: 1 pr ii ec ....ti:,4 w..tlr t.. till (lr.I!Iii" fiiinii IMPROVEmENTS ; Aromatic TunIc .BitturB jrpHESE It j I .., 1'resered. Lemons orange! I'"". A""I". ...J J. 1 th. 1pe- tb.-lr nroieesloiial services! to the t eUpn and all retailers of intous a vinous t
I ruI i ; or
jHarmaWTe Lemon 'ublic. n..y will in the Circuit Courts of tn sf
Green practice
.. anl 1 lie I, .l lIulI;. e.-!. C..unir t : Ginger URge hyrup Hasp- I I
.111:1 at > 'e p and Rll ERS ah
: i\ .. Delightful Invigc.rl1tiu as aforesaid of billiard table
.. I in his II u .' fine !lu*>t tall!, and ill DOW pretared to berry do.. Strawberry do. Pine Apple do., and Ginger the Mid.lie District, the Supreme Court and District liquors keers .
\ '1 i h..t. aixl a'l: .itb.'r gord .1.1:: t inr for _I_ invaluable article f those withDypeps.a : : I all .f
1 1'1 .. itctomniidit* all onJE.SON.UiLE are AD ">r 'I JoR, pberry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon, Lubnter Court of the United States tt T..l1allll'l' keepers < ev'rylray or trt, or two or four
i,' will nceive |'"''III't| $tt411tkfl- lln CItZfI .II Indigestion or iota of Appetite.and those j wagon, or JIllk, or public carnage, use-I 1 for
Office in ore
....I t1t..ll.l { TTPMC: I' Haddock, IJallibut nnd bhid Assorted ridlt', I t3f: Rutgers' new building over the
I .1I..1..ooc.C'! IItadi"it are r"11I1."tf",1y J AEjJiJIotNone who are suffering (r..an Debility incident to recovery i hirl as of stable
Scotch Ale and Porter South Western! Rail Road 1f.rt'faill-al keepers livery ,
f'a:1.:! tamine -atltllori i
30,000 Havana
.!.. I1'r. F,' article tranante to too as laie There itanOYSTER ScgarsAMhs .
erv rtjueci will find in the Aromatic Tome Bitters a \al A LIAJLY.Mv --- ----- ------ I shall, under penalty (f double the tax in case cf I
:!.:ilt t the purcha&er.April uable bracing and the failure, before their several 1 avocations
remedy, rewnating system ailing*, or
SALOON AND BAR 21. 1859. 21 : n. .5. ItlNF, JK, !I. F. I'.LP\.
Ifi. 'iO. K when pro trsted. : --- ---- I business ns afreic may be ounued, imlixm\
I in Connection Kith the 1i..tcl. Directions for use accompany the Bottle I Co-partnership Notice. the payment : levied a aforesaid, ,obtain

A. J. PEELER'S c. 11 USHER, Proprietor Prepared an 1 sold byJ. Cod.Liver Oil; a h
_November. 1. 18:1t.: 4f R. GR GORY & ('0. AND PORE of celebrated 'Brindu" I M IIE underwgned iuform their fri -Is aud the I signet i by the Treasurer, and such licence sliall not b. I
LAW &. COLLECTION OFFICE, -- FRESH J. citizens gem'rally that they )have furme.a! copaitnerhip '
P.B.BLOKAW'S.IIYtRY Successors; to EDWARD BARNABD: Clark A Co & RII..I.t'n' ..- sued for 1 shorter period than one year. .
fi the
T.LLA1IA&1:, I K 1.1:11'\. i _Novemberl2,1859. __4C _. ____ __ For sale by AMES A LILLY I tin hand! a well select purpose I stock of of keeping Groceries constantly, Hca\y 9-On all shows, other than eircrres or equestrian

"\\ 11.1. Practice m tit, (.'in-mt C..jrt....f Oalwlen. I AKD SALE STkBLESTALLAhASSEE Fluid May 21! 1 '59 21 I Dry Goods Hardware Crockery line Liquors and exhibition a tax of five dolar.and on all cirruwr .
T \ lr..ii. \.iLulla*. J<.fl,'rson ai i.l: 1 Vadi-tn and Superior Burning begirs, t,lich they will receive on the arrival of or equestrian exhibitions 1 la ten dollars shall b
: FLORIDA ri'ST RrOFIVFD supply of Mrs AILLJvb levied and collected for ench exhibition, a license !
attend j'tl\ t.. the "tlIc'ttic'lI tf notes aud ac CAMPHENE. LARD & NEATS FOOT OIL ev.steamer from New Oilcans. and wil!
prmi I
: they apace authorize which first .
: would I tJ Hair Restorer and Zilobalsammn I' I must be obtained from the Intendint ) '.
e..untfl in a"\ of "ni.1 I ljIl1OtjC&Ptt. 'l'n Proprietor IOI no pains to accommodate and oblige all of their
-y ( .e in U:.. '',.1it.I..1.poitcU.doorofthe l I oJ ,. Ins friends and the WARRANTED fRF.H-aL the corner Drug For sale by AMES A Ll V hLYMay friends wbo f >or them tutu their and enuntemgned by the Treasurer, under a '
J. It. GREGORY A CO. 21 1859 21 may pntrc.n"ge.- penalty of double the tax herein assessed
: I
'TJLfit.\ : .. public that be his rebuilt._ _
Attorney dfnt
Give call to the ball
I us a we are anxious! keep
I ;
Dec 3. 1859. 48 ---- -- 10-Upon all itinerant trader wh.shall offer good. '
I Ub. !"j. 1S',". 9--f: nrge Brick SUbles, at the old stanj and is! nowprepared _ rno\"ing. ShINE: I'AI'Y. I l
-- ----
-- -
--- wares or merchandize for sale in this city there shah
to accommodate his friends and customers CONE AT LAST! English Linseed Oil I Fcb 4. 18CO 6 '
be and
collected of
attached his Stables a tax one hUI.lred ;
also has
FIRE INSURANCE | lie to a good Black I olnr
I smith Shop where be willbave have done all kindsoi GARDEN SEEDS. A PURE ARTICLE boiled: and raw. Far sale -Valuable-Land and a license so to sell shall first I* frOl1

ST\Tt HUE A\D liRHE I n n nE co. ; Plantation work, Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in by the Cask or gallon for Sale. the Intendant aa afores"ij under a penalty, in ciaa .

j the best manner and with promptness and di > CKOUTII: 011859 AMES A LIVELY. Ii T>Hh sub..eriheroffers for sale 121W acres of ralua I I of failure so to do, tax tu b impo*ed. 4

p\; \=MLVMN .\. pitch very "TTTHICH. as to quality,cannot be surpasleA t A MT 21, 1853:i 21Compound JMe land, lying in Jackson county Florida, on SEC. 3. Be it further orJ"iJtJ. every non

N- LC agaui&t': L"5l'\ Fire on the cual terms I 1ovem Il'r I'' 18S; 44 > V variety of every kind to be found at the cor- the \\'e''t ai.le! of the Aptlidiiroli River, about one I: resident DB t'rrl.lYlit before pursuing such! wen

1 1II.. FL.GG. Agent.M. I __ ner Drug Store J. R. GREGORY A CO. Gentian r mile below the junction cf the Mint arid C'mttahoo- I nation i this erery DOD-resident Dentist.

'rltl alla) o;('('. Df'rf'm..r l. Ib58. 51 Carriages, Buggies, and HarnessFor Dec 24.! 1859. 52 _. : : thee ri.f'r About 250: acres cleared. before pursuing his profession within the limits tf -
I -- 1.'I1r: :: "JC' 3 t1 .Sc.. .. | About one half: of end land ire excellent Ham I this city, shall pay a tax of ten :01arl. all! obtain a
Sale by P. B. Brokaw. I
Fresh Arrivals
P. ELLIS r "HESE mITERS inf.il'ible for | mock, one fourth river boitim lauds and oue-fourth licC'ns from the Intindint ; upon failure or re
are an
r -*HE j Subscriber just received I fuss! M) to do, il le the tax aoove scd.
[ AT THE JL. Bilious and all disorders, from a dt'ringed pine and mix'- pine Hn isj abll pay ) ase
C 0 JI )11 S S lOX:; MERCII.tXT.: I r J_ very Irrsj supply of Carnage*, condition of the digestive arising'\nc. ;Ij Debility j For term apply to Leonard Ham upon the place II SEC 4. lit \tfnrtJttr crilamtd. Tat all Ordinance
and Harness which he DRUG STORE of Ordinances conflicting the '
Buggies true
offers CORNER or to Hugh A. Co'rlej, or the snWnlier at Tallnhaa clrrt intentand
-I 1iW1AL a,hancmile tti C"ttn con!'i etl l lj Liver Complaint, Low bpirits, \\ anf of \ppelite I
I forrale the most reaeouatelet.erme. I of this Ordinance, and the
on see HENK\ \\ ELLSOctober meaning ame are
I It' first 1'1": h m-<-< m \t \\" Y l'l k. I : wnirn AUK ic.: For sale by AMES d. LIVELY b
November18.184. 46 repealed!
!*5'I. 6111-:9:: 21! 1859 .21GARDEN 22 1850 {3-t( hereby
May 1.
.ep1.2l. riTOCOLATE. Cocoa Mustarl in bottles, Olive __ -- ------ Passed the Council amid approved this thirteenth-

-- DENTISTRY.DR. Vy Oil: puie Spices all kmdVinclnw Glass!! WILLIAM P. SLUSSER day of February, 1860.D.

Edward M. West, Puttr. Pure u'n.l. Zinc. White. Linked Oil, Boiled SEEDS. P. I100UEInlendsnt.

utd Raw by tIe barrel or gallon. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA Attest-CHARLM IIrrcateoa: Clerk
c-rci.wtli; of :L839. ,
-ALSO- __ 26. 1860 4t-9
TALL.MI.vs>.rc, FLA. DEODORIZEKEROSE..E OIL T V TE are now receiving a large and well selected M AACFACTCKFR OF CoPPEH.Tl: AND Sir EET

-.--- \V Astsorlincnl Of fe.'o lsfompnsinganextensile IRON WAKE, WHOLESALEAD RETAIL NOTICE.NOTICE : : .
,, to Ins
ROMPTalt> i :1\'C'n Consignments
(. .ore Rooms IK'xt .I.> 'r to Ames .l Litely LUBIN'S EXTRACTS. \anety of tlw best and un>*t reliable DEALER IA PLAIN, FANCY ANR JArANSED is hereby given that the undersigned if

Drug Store. 1 !1).<<". 17. 1859 50 ivotowiiirn: ARE Vegetable and Agricultural Seeds. WAn E. of employment at his trade a

---- -1--'XTRACT Helitiope! HOle Geranium,Patchouly In the selection! : of our stock the greatest care baa Stove Ilcad-Qnartcrs tical Mechanic, House Carnler. Sew rrac

OTTO LANGE T. J. CVIl LEE Jlew Mown Hay ll..quet de Caroline, also been oltned ; and, u a further precaution the vitality It SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor Running Gear Maker, : ; t work in

"\ %WOULD return his grateful acknowledgementsif Dii-tlllcd Cologne Water, (superior article,) Toilet of the heeds ill generally Irs ltd before being -/A- and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatuec" the Cluutr: and any person who wi give me work.

to the citizens ol Southern Georgia, and Mid SoAps: Pomades Ac: offered for sale ; no that purcblll"r may depend on and durability, at reduced prices. m LD Gadscn. Jefferson Waknlla counties .
WATCHMAKER I die and East Florida f.r the" very liberal patronage FIRST SORT. getting those that: are fresh and of the most reliable shall done according t contract .
receivetl from them during the pai>t five or six years. KOCh POTASH iharitter AMES A LIVELY Out Door \\ork. and in quick time Should any person require my

And Jeweler\ lie Will contInue the pi.do of el.o .l>ov. pruf..- Jresh Garden and! Canary Seed of ill kinds, with a I ov. 26. 1f59. 47 _ Roofing Ornaruental Front Heads Guttering,Cop I services they wi please address me at the po t-office

1I0 \TICELI.CI, tLAA .. .ion ID those lIt"Cti"ul of untry. and has made such choice selection ofP..A.P.E per and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet LeadSheet in Talabasee. soon, a I am both able arid willing

.\ *"OtTLD rcfrx-ct' fullv. mfonn the t' tIZCfl.f1tid. arrangements with manufacturers of Dental MatcnalsX"'ortb. LOVTER SIED.: : : Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps Shop work be eraploytd Cotton is worth ten

\ \ die ant 1 F-avt 1 FI...i.la that be designs" making as to enable him to put up FULL Mtts of I PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, ,;1 } 1 11NNO & J.\ of every variety done at abort notice. I. cents per pound; every one else is bnsy or nearly so, 4

.rcasional visits through the ,r''ti.n of country for teeth 10 any of the popular modfs at from Jifty to for Medicinal purposes v\ O 1/ City nnd Country JTIerohnnts and me idle It will never do; the idle am uneasy-
ilu. of doing work in the above line one hundred A Ilirs! lees than i" usually charccd: for the employed are cheerful: JOHN 1 HILL. .
purpo any Z invited to befoie
MRS. ALLEN'S ZYLOBALSAMUM.U Are respectfully give me a purchasing
that may be entrusted to bis rare the same in the South ; (he means w hat he sajs)and U 4 FACTORSrnrral { elsewheref3T March 3, 1860. I03t
guarantees them tu be as I>IR*HIF. REAUTiriL and HAIR RESTORER, t &2.
A I.SO- N. B. All articles manufactncd: from the very
bEHVKEAPLE as can he put up North or South. ALt 0Every AID: FOR SALE.
hich I vill sell at the low- best material antI warranted durable. No other art
\ fine Lot of
Jewelry. ,I Those in need of his ...service can. by dropping a description of Fresh Drues and ChennciU:
-I( po!.sible prices note to him al either Mont cello or Madusou. Fbi, f.rleby J R. GREGORY A: CO. ( ( (Commission: 411crcants e will be offered for sale A HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WITH
Thc !#*t LrfcriKrr* qirt tf rrjuired. October 20. 1856 _.. 42 the which are
bare the work done, and time to test it payI I Feb. 11, 1860. '1 tybent: copy I ut-bnidings.
Arril Z'< Ill) 9. 18-ly I pleasantly "ita.L on principle
ingforit. -- --
pjf The l>et re'ertuces given if desired.Deoeml DISSOLUTION( OF COMMERCIAL WII1RF, "GRAND OPENINGOF I and near Dfpt Wi ID "erYa[: )!
I F. INCKLL TilE ments walk of It has
U ,
MEL 6!
POST & >er25: 1S58
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OoPar'tncrsh:1p.rrllE : : W. 'f. TL'NNO 00 an excellent WELL of good ,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS Gulf CityInterior RailRoad co partnership heretofore existing between at Rn XXO, }5Charleston, S. C NEW STORE, MONROE STREET,. .I PieR Trees Ac.: whc make it very convenient and

uniVrtigned! under the Lame, style and firm F. W. >OIN \> ]hLL, J JAOUTH LAWRENCE OHLMAN. PBOPHEIOB. delia le to one may wish for a pleasant situa.

C4 Poydras Slr.NE"VV .-', I Company. of J. R GREGORY .t CO., is 'bis day dissolvedby -- --so.---- -0- tio CALL AND alE I: JOHN BOWMAN.

mutual ,, ..... rIITIZENS *>f Tallahassee and viemity and stranVy TaIlahaMeefFeh.18.'CO. 8
OB.LEANS. consent.JOHN the absene of one of our firm, )It' !! D. C. ----
..- I :: ) I R. GRFCVORY & Son of Tallahassee, }' .. will represent ger sojourning therein are respectfully invitedto

withIN I HENRY A. TILL'\GlIAST. and advance all Cotton designed for call and examine for themselves my new and elegant Notice.
REFER: : TO : "VTO1 ICh is hereby f1i\"en.; that ID conformity ns receive upon
Gulf Railroad Company I', Tallahassee, Feb. Mb, 1S60.CoPartnership. us. HANCKEL, TUM A; NOWELL, Stock of WEEKS after the first pnblicaboo of this
)Ie!,,... Tin'mas J P,-rVms; .l Co, Tallahassee FlaI !. the charter! f the City DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. SIX
.. R Ham A. Co.. Quiocy books will be opened in Tallahassee! at the Storeof -0-- Charleston S. C. A the undersigned will apply to the Judgeof

.. Deuham &. Palmer, Monticello i It. A. Shine. jr.., on Saturday the 21st January. : Jan 28, 1860. 5 C3T Sentinel copy. FANCY GOODS. EMBROIDERIES HATS CAPS. .to. Probate of Leon county for letters of adroimstra
Notice. it BOOTS .
.. UardA Den Lam. St Marks.Mr .. 1SCO.; and at the Store of Dan'l! Ladd in Newport, tion on the Estate of Alfred Bryant deceased lateofsaidcounty.
Her West for subscriptions U the Capital Mock of said Com have this formed GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION and a grat many: other articles too numeious to men: JOHN A. McLNTOSH.
Jamea filor. THE ondemgced day a eo part- lion, adapted for the City and Country trade now .I
Atlanta GeoJ anti will continue the and .. Glasgow, Ga. March 10, MO. 11-6w
Messrs. MiNanphl A: Ormond. hip Drug Apoli 0 for inspection. Pnrtbisers will find at this. Establishment -
.. S. McKmnon A Co. Thoniasville, TLe bouks will be opened under' the supervision of cary business under the name. firm and style of open the Late t Styles of the season.A .-
Joseph very
August 14. IBS*. _S3-1T _____ : the following Chaires and Commissioner Daniel Ladd: Eeq. J. R. GREGORY & CO., I long experience in this business and first rate con Notice. .

n who will MUle all the tasioe* of the late partnerebip 60CTIIFKX nectiona, enable the ..proprietor to progress with the having claim or demand of ..-ht

iETNAINSURANCE I, -Jan-V4-1860.-- jWW JOHN R GREGORY. age and produce new and fashionable good at the AL character, against the estate of th lte

E. AXDER50-V. ... ..M. H. MILTON HUGH \RCUER ::px..evv. opening of the season, and thereby keep the mot I Hardy Bryan deceased are requested to prrt'ot

CONPANY. I bll,1860. 7BLACKSMITHING attractive Stock in the city. 'them, pmpeily autbotinle. to the unenijd.

Anderson & Milton, Patented Dec 27th, 1859. Having adopted the long standing motto I withm two year date or y b

HARTFORD. ; ct"t Xjz.'w ------ --- QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS," j barred; and a:1: those indebted will make pymft
.A/t'tomoys "TTTE call tlM attention of the public to oar new
--- venture astonish with our low prices : immediate'y. L. C. BRYAN. Acting
Charter D SUBSCRIBER giye. W PLOW. feeling satisfied that it is the mot we and bv strict purchaser attention the business to 10.1 SCO. 11-Sw
Perpttnal. to Mac
Incorporated in M9.- SOLICIToR'; hope
IN EQUITY, :zTHE,, that bebas opened his eoovement, valuable and economical plow yet invented receive liberal share of .
I a public patronageL. :
_- I MaraMa Jarlto* Coty. /74.. SHOP again io and must when it has been tried, supercede all OHLMAtf. Notice.
1,000,000. connection: with his Livxar STABLES, where he wit others This is the opinion of experienced planters
CASH CAPITAL.,- the ofL11
T-'T-A"'former! a co-partnership in practice work Mil October !, 1859. jlO"SattTSalt ___. months after dnte.the undersigned will re
i 1 I and have dooe all Vinds of Plantation aud Carriage I who have examined it. W. are are prepared to SIX f
Law d.-i11 attend with fidelity prompt the bit final account and vouchers t(I the Jndge
I ALSOOIIOR.E and eall the attention cf pnblethat
',5nt1 AO.UXj LO; .\\nnMAGEnTAND J'Utl:, entrusted to their c.re in the patents, special .
businesa and for tiral discharge
\1.\tw. ies* to those them soon The plowcan of Probate of Leon county, apply a
uNTFJM4 .UHI'TIn TIIP: Calhoun and SHOEING in the best manner} ; wishing may secure
W\oI"TI"T: : >\ ITII TilE LAWS: Circuit Courts of Jackson Franklin, Manama and use endeavor verj to have won be seen at Lloyd, and we will leave patterns -1 A A r\ SACKS Liverpool and 500 Turk from tb. a.trti o the estate cf ,
01 COMlk\-V1IO\. the Supreme Court rt ) every i JLU U U of Mid ..
in enontv
Washington land for Mary
distributed soon. by
Tallahassee and with di'f.t ;h. and to suit customer at different place very 1"1 }TowDd deelat
U. C. I.P.WIS.:: Aicn, !, : m the United MVes: District Court P.B.BIOKAW.January j JiON&T: A LLOTD McNAUGHT A ORMOXD Slnl.Jlur..

For Tallaha and vicinity j \palachteola.rebruiiy 1, ISA!. t > Jan. II, 1S60 3-1' New fort, oct. 8, 1839.C. March 10, ISGO. 1-6m -

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: Address by the lion. T. (rl Itr"|4soCooktltaeaU. teLl
---- burnt down .
than! ri.OUVMO) .irS
i IWiTld on'. Letter l>oagl- .. Florida Ball Boade. ,
avowul quoted atd ) tot To tie El.:ton of tht Third .onjftsi;nii, r,.
after its frank I\IU. with interest "T-
tloridian, We have time
fro thelion. some .
We a ) in another column 1, rk <.muu -ionmf 'l.Lu..i.wn : ,
publish Sew
& have m.!o, wiun.lo'tedl) i ilidJ. .Ut rail roads in this State, From the r-port of the
[ journal.TALLAHASSEE after the e of the several
J'loriVmn showing 'f Mr. D Davidson, member of Congn-f hut list success .rr..tit'II' e..l.i 1I'! i'!" Slit ofDoceaW i FELL-W t' .s-Yonr greet JUtancr fr..m I..
other Eatt rn journals will r.low it I I1tI. and noted their: ..; f.rtl.e year .
and the ( Dittrict of Louisiana. This letter seems tola re (says the Charleston CVtrritr.) pro- Ii ox tl-erc a" teen asliglitt.si ,.d..1 the redonH; .\(ni'uoiT. ,- 11"( ,. [
_" ,__ ___ __ ___, _.. If this course be not pursued then two Con I I grese.V now learn with pleasure that the lust lAit nppcar. lhat ,.f I ll.tr<''t-i-l t-I.! .:i tual.V! ; :- .: < .- .

: renllons. will i be held nnd two sets of delegates I been called! out in consequence of a puhlitjttion intthich twelve and a-half miles of the Central Kail i Koad I i ,.'r) a Ujrht-liKrta.tfi;i : the! r.mll\lt'r\ th. pe..nlwr c :.nrUTnttanrt- .I. ,?. .! .. ; .
of Mr. Dnvidaoti's colleagues l :J tt .
: nude by one arrislisi' that p-rt .lur.h C .. tl1..I:: : : I. '
-.--- I ]. President has I'ecu irol.t.1liuce alien emigrant!! Y"I p5.-sst.aute. 1"11
Cu J. P. ,
TrnD.\1", .ifAiirn IT, 1860. pointed. MuDouglas] was urged a the most .ui"Ut! candidate \ IIF.'tOS. I Vrnr. 'n,- l'Iml..r r,., aiJr.--injr J'ou.written .

L : !1. I' S. friiice putting tl." tvve i in type ti-e IIt.isu for the Ch rle!ton nomination. the 28th of Jauuar)'. Thus road, comniencin:; over that ofihiprCIs'U W .. I i..]. t*. Usc if i.i'.' ;..a.a"uetI..e nun i !r j .*., -
that! the tho St. John's Livers eitftidsWwt I I whom cominuUtion I..i r spt-cwl! and aiithorueti the p ;Ul 1 ..NI. n ?r. .
"* s a< a Compromise this letter of Mr.[ nl dson's at Jacksonville on "
We nnthnrizvd) to announce Jhsienptr | i No one can rel.1 that in 83t
: J2? aro Ir.'lo' and of ccuted. s79Si. being 78S wwru in wi.idl ha rtpressir tIle 'I.i ste.n that Nt'l ;, ,
litld at TalUbawe.: thettssintnttiun Lake and form a part wf t
)! of the present l..I'.el.1ion without bting impre ed with the 1el.f (fiat sixty miles to City and \i3(12' .! lllir.oi", i'4hl I t< 1 th* j.
14 I 1L T. BLOCKER as a randklute f* ajur for Governor. the Internal t but ltM,45l 5es than! iu \thee 18:;. Duit4las, o j-n ocr .
Fl rida Militia at the eee. the C.I'.etltn tu noniinnte enJi.all of the Illinois Senator at Cirlestt.ussould the tyttcm of improvement, ly to the aver- nominee for the President at tie 1't'.1.c! :-.; '

}IigLlli: Leon fl.ni-uL Ac., convene at Madixoii or !.Itvlher point I be a mu-t hazardous rrot .lilg. his true, Improvement Fund of the M.ite and the first of the.i less than in 1S5C ; whiht the proportion minh 1 les than Without that Mi. Taylor srs no w.H r"'lld
tit; in May. this rr'plI I this road is r* since 1M6 is the fih ei'ttlfig lu-.n: ,
to CoCinmnioation arerfwnfrve! of preservation .
1. further Lut. We bve no objection II he is v. ry generally rcj f5ST'c ar-e ntilliorizcd i to announce sition but the last Convention fixed upon uinry I the of his iu all section now to Luke Ci'y. At hut point it connect half. If.t': nuii.ber of rmimimt i I..not'to ourselves; if I
: : ;1 iiiaesos part opt-n I r ..:1t Ir,' .I.J. 2>,27.I (rum tier-; were in Uiiana h* would 'I" all i. h'ST ou,f,..
Gen. WM. E. KILCHEASE. of G .SJen county, ns the place fr the! next Convention. It bill heperfectly I and tpeiial1y in tb.urtIa and \V c M. but belter with the PensacoU and (u1rI\ntJ.IILJ with! it forms I T Jr3i.Cj) w.rc- secure th. election of Deles itf. U CliarlotuB: l'

;. ( ranidite! f.r re-election the office of MajurGeneral j comptteut. however for thy Tallalus.ee. I evidence of this is than the mete sUte- I the line of read to Tulluhauve, St. Marksand. ultimately i u:.: :u.J JI ,:;: (us-ti, 1:" .I.i.; r. ..'r tf I t'tchs'I! hij i i. fiasisk "i.] far ]tl.l '.

.a I if they : ( I Pensacola. The PviiaacoU aud Gulf l'oa The t\ir rrs-i.-i.ai Quarterly !:i\i h-se tl: s tlI \- 1":1)1..1' !-as a ri.riit i: t,. lu. oj-1! : .i.-. I .1.! r..>i Ii" .
of UK 1st Division of Florida Militia, at the Convention to change the place f111tMIkr menu of enthusiastic I ; .
rilcJ.'I'I'II' l untIes ia .Iw f.!:'oil.< Stit Ms sipoeniy i nor iaipu;'i hue "' '}.e'< I.-:; i -
ler.ve las thirty-five Irr.oiul atloii, fi\"u ?
: to
areviiiiig Lske1ty: of that I :
and in their hand* ve is graded to ;
e'rction to be held ia Mny nut : 'was it in LU i gui. ( him so entirely I tt.st I tLlnk _. f t I", .
of I fir Ie 1S.C: runs .m
the! J/ I'I'I" the from Tallah.isseo l It-living a gap f..ngrcgstiusiaiieti ; ysr
it. Fbi* no doubt will be agreoable to vnyer Uie thorough canvas by himself operation East ttptlt'I icylsas tO. I.t y..u uii.sL! rt.-.:.i ..

iS T* We are authorized to announce sad the Dtisoiraey) of the S1a' :.>. D.':i State 10"t ticket was: in a minority: of 'ter"lI seventy miles to iron to make the! teriuin&ticp."Hie I 1 ClmrJie 2/7fi ; melllel"t i :( : new nvribeis :. M.ithi cypress, toour jut rests an. rb! :<. ,

Dr. 0. W. PARKHILI Leon county an aen- ------ j ;: to that he iron we understand, will be laid from each I 1 S5,217! of wl"'ui ;'.',:\.IJ were l-y j.rflot: ; lentU2rii.iS.of i Thei' >iit! i.,n4 an I rrWi-p'.f.er* in tH- ... ..
i I I I there reason: suppose
dJat fi* Major j General of tbe Western Dh'ill.Flor.h : I TI'. S'n'r:! says that ;political! parliei ere or' iLousiu.o.could girt : large* popular any \otelr a eln.1."le for eadct the rate of 12 mil..s per mouth, titus bySciebs Li.s'a I.\tt. I..h :-h.'Iars loi.U I ; I.. ..:clicrchcs ltr. :. Ju.l hoIst;. Itougic'of. .r brucr.it.;...In oCtI th'r!,. 101 Inc.i.' th!h.s-.v. :nUl'>..:' ,

k Militia,at the election! in May nut. i paniz*J for. the attiinraeat of *ore poiic.il! end,* the " .,: ,

!I fv/audcd on some "defined principle or ti.ey! inajb lr.i'en, when it Ii borne in raind that! as a Presidential be a-cfsslble by rail road from the Atlantic ports ; ,' us j i'tfrr *tae.l i"iipj-l.-. al.l of thj r'. to ti.:.k : the &In.re.:iou !hi i-il.I ,-i i" \. -:. ; .

5T" AVe nre nntliorized to announce ends of ambition or personal fc'itixlincs," and he could not take the stump and by tiesa facilities an entirely new direction wi.ibe I nuicd nutty are j-rachi.jj (tent >. bt 4ti! to Sab-; ful witii II,. } m""I'I1'y"rlle N... :. i \. .' .,..rI *
aspirant .
J. JOHN WILLIAMS a candidate for Coloaelof difference of and trade of that large ore .'.r\ nor ihc vtlier i i. tri e.. I: .1 ; ,J.
> that when there ii some principle would thus be cut off froa employing his own unrivalled given to the bath I eeiitre of the I'uiol. vhii a-irn. .I' '' '

I tie UigLlh Regtmeut, Florida!. Militia, at the .1edill I a-nouj.t the people of a co-nmunity it may be powers as a popular speaker in the canvass, pro/uclng section, heretofore wholly inaccessible to I The .ciai'nrsii H..u'e .:EeriutieS t" ecwaevr in the I tnnitv politi'-il as any other per-on ii"< i-v-rv.. .:,, : ,

J' in_ My._ _ offered a* wine excuse or apology" for /rigid is I there not reason 1 apprehend that he would be us. Charleston has, to some extent awakcnc-i to I. Senate's res"Iui.'n, sp| -jU'nuf *S '.fV. I. siIVirJiuiiut I. put.tv fa.-lir.r. I d"-wir it t., 1.". tvktEoi -.>\ ,;, :,. I

and the of a politic tile business, but it ii not properly appreciated. iururre l-y ltiJohuEroua hunt !K>U :'il* w.-nJst'ie: l, \.e,': 0 .
eswbllhDtnt in ? In '
'I party organization in 18CO than 1858 in ueJrnjii theTpengw
authorized to announce I in a larger minority ... ted ,.
are but when l.f attrition; of our dutrtlilt C"l.lb Sel: !-all .itr. i imen .:
for office: ; the
Tli'e is well
*! as a : in the free subject worthy a,1.1r.; "
te cauJitlate I te1 qualification estimating, too, Mr. strength hive ret tau
Dougls' : whit p.uu.uacs.: >
llfj c JffTersen of the county Militia as embraced a the struggle between contending parties for principle I Sinter, the enmities engendered by his war on the Merchants and elIpitlliQ1'Thb City U t'e"r>!y -Ji It at'fjr(tutu oJiifisl rtI'IIilt .!.. Roman i. lIe i i. ftshr/wd!wiy |X'Ttical: 11'11 so-'r. I!I..I. "? > I
% I fur I>riga) I has ceased p' ity 1e be .f ll. \'at l. dusirlous in i'uLigIuis
jmini.-tr.ition of Mr. Buchanan must overiuucu : fat ISvJ, list the suaiber iuin: : : : ,
wilLiit the Middle Judicial CircuitDemocratic become I f the of theirpiods \lli.JJ i ti t>.r I.. M- ,.\.. .i .
B > because cents to a channel! will be fur shipment ctuS .
come corrupt they I __.1. TluK* tf'iim'.tij** nprrft.1. ill* rnnViinf meDemocrney. opened .. ". .L rl.t ... CJilltTtl.1. t. ItIt.e \; iiy : "r. .
U! t- -- and become a mere scramblefor :; : :; pervaue : to merchar.t-' who receive ttemt Mobile aud v::. Mi K'pnei in tsu W ar.iounis ,I hIllS great .h4"t.1F. 1:1 ,' d 1 as-- I'I
I conte4foprir.cipie. I to : !less extent i in everyatatt-I II sheoc's' i.p ."tiili ; sirac-shuips and srver.I prfrc- II IItun I tuV rninmitteoi over tho' i-i-i-! -a. "i\. I II

Meeting. the distribution; < of the! sjH>il* of ofc.-nJ North of Mason d line. In Illinois, whore Texas. I Inow :". Pin IX Li cr ?att J art, B\W .:....-, Be. it thi'.r: duty to await qui -:tl/ 110* a : :

C ,-. Nclice i ialiiTi-by! given thai there wi I when this b>?conies the condition ofany party it is natural to suppose his popularity would have As above remarked the Central Rail Road i* bides tio"e in ]HoUicd and J Hnir'ts! I.. :..a.crrattdclreu party: l-ut it does not furubt.any. r> .<.'iii r r

I .' ..' r -.n"..."" .f I.opn. iu I .. it oug'at to ceue.". And_ ..yet. the Sentinel. call. rallied one of his old supporters to huts stanoarj I completed. The energy which has directed iu dIe Lultr.1; M t '-. ,-im'.I,S'n,in. tine i lie.vi"r.! that he can carry Die Mcctorjl I v ,- p.I .
"*" ,. --- _- ., every ha Inet witt. ..ntrd IU II I theS'.itM( where] he seem i to.have a tn \
TIthe lie wick n. SUCCCel eng'lgeU1ents
1 the City of fallaline, on the tli'tnl .Mondayof over ale u ..v..i. rofusctl to vote ( ; i., li."i..o I '.
.i. .
: I Democratic party holding outS an inducement met, and its credit; in cc..ziiun-ssju'u < C'ss-Li, ': [ lire p ui -lili him. M kt of llio'e s .
March, )icing ?ho Crbt Jay of Leon Circuit "the distribution of the spoil J of oflico" for the Doughis ticket As friends of the have been promptly The: interest on its seen three ii LJrjiil l. hi o in tot!." j-ar- <>t >w>.t:, Ai.xrtci j r.laek Ilepublicaiilolhe\ cor.-,\1'. Ii IU tll :tt 111.. '
a.rin'j maintained throughout. misj'.t win v ho !: .1-} :u.. ,
could themselves
istration not Dcmix-r&tic party .r
Court for the of tk-ctinj; who heed its We are they b sin of the two in Z\.1:1-:1.; ,no in Iluu iry, 'ne iu Tnnnny. '. .
purpose amongst those ruimuons. rities baa been regnlaily paid. The \ >s >S Mr. lbuas! Lai no chance w .stor it t e .
to the County in the ll'l m'cb"wiuler. if the Sentinel will meet with a porting a man who "'A warring UloDIIAt icforn-.cd more than paid its expenses I two ia this Facuith Autili, et .IanLi'lue and *.uua- 'S fur :uUuvf.: in New York, :>r'sJ.rs.' \ Iv't.e i .y

; :: rgates represent uLich nees! hearty repon :among the great mass.of Old Line a dun -.atration: au State hielrJ..r; cV1
preaching Convention. I I hiui>olf anl secure his return to th? g c'ute ly ct';ni.ilfed themsel'.is HI Kj'jiiir'y' ar. n- i 1.
Tallahassee! the 9tU of A general Whigs and, .Lnxerktn-they! "'ouMIogly: respond manageraci.t. TIle business prospect of ,I elcd! t) ";>?si; *o fVi.lvf his rr
: on \prl denouncing one of its lending measures. TUi bt- prudent Wire conii'
I. to the call! if it "'lt to a contest fur their old! with! its valuable lands and able II i -There were nllmi"ral; clf"ti.n* i 1" Milasanaa.l !! piiiior.s anl t-onret! tint thi-y: vam.i ;
attendance of tho is earnestly ter enmities born of that in lliiwis the road together .. .
Democracy !.alt <
ptincies-but: ; they will not enter into a would crest to indicate! a n.nli/atiou Illinois f>n Mi-nJ-y the vdi ia-t. \1: M! r support him with any de-rrxe! H"rfficir: :: .
party there thus the management, thin: in the ea-iv., ".
MANY DEMOCRATS. no rendering probabilities "cteJIl.y could] fr--n
lie hope
requcrteJ. i queloo. tie! wl..I.Jemt ef:1ti e tkiit was i iiinsl' : ,
: to the desire of few Maiii; ia, '
Contest merely gratify a afpiranu heretofore Claimed fcr it. j. and .. -
of his obtaining the electoral vote of his own cf the results : be the elurity tf their bllee. trit
: February 11,1800.Democratic ;vr office, particularly at this time when they -- a ris.-jfriiy ,T lone Iiut.drcJ lsmnerate gaIn him ctJlI-i.tt'IJIIJ w'h: llu-ir; m i.
I ( ;ldgive
4 without doubtful! the
State reunion
.- know that their old politietl friends hold tome of a thorough An Intcrcstlus Masonic Rt-Hc. t.s.i.Jiva! :.c! lt yotir. At I:::I" t're
the most important offices within the gift of the. highest degree. The same is true of Pennsylvania Buchanan used en the i I the entire lC"l't l,!!.: n t'n-tet wav.cU.l. II W. I. year with a ]11\.1t'rllp"n Fits it will I'eu' I
Meeting where Mr. Buchanan's popularity was sufficiently The gavel that President whole force 11.W,' nt \ I'I
i Wakua people of the Slate. The people know well that of ria,I ll.Kii>uUraa; .nr.ulie (.: IIIJtlr! hal fifty to rally our '
22d ult. in dedicating the statue Washington ; avot It be .lid thai \ii., 1) ..
Notice is hereby potent to array in IIs: the bulk of tlie Derioc- IM- I \)throw i lay
( g 'cl wi the cry of proscription" raised by the Xtntinel while the b.hl of Doulga, led by was the one used by Washington as PrcsiJtnt of : six ranj.'ri'y. At GoIl :. IHici/f: llir eutive I weukners U not t.i ,'Ii follh.: but that ,sr ,

.j to a meeting of the Democracy)' of Wakulla against t the Democratic party in Florida h i not der"e raoy lorprttr other JIm the United State, and a* Grand Master of Freemasons c rat ic lie Let waJ rSivtnl! \viiii; th. t's.Ii..n( two Jie-. I/t this .c ew.ec.l fitthe nr.ttake a

county, in Newport, on Tuesday, tho '..17thinst They know that the Democratic party W. IorufIieran., an. anl-IAcompton in laying the corner stone of aljoriixii, liy a iuiit>rit\' of one I.1't-: ".! and ei.;Jt. ; it is then his IlJisr.rl'I1.4I.ut; st!1 ,-. '. .
: Democrsts united with the Black Republicans, and pro tempvre. that the! Charleston tt'nti.IJ.: ;'

fi (it being Court week,) for the purpose has: been" libiral l in the distribution of the puUicoffice I gave them the State by nearly 20.0 majority. the capital on tile 18th day of September, KV3. TIle espoits( of (.">Juc* aa l r.I.un-Kfe: from prove buckle' the burdea cf his lIIisf..rlur.e > .>,; ,

attend the Contention ---- --- New York to foi-fijMi j'ors during the month just the when it ial.>ut t'"rita' a r.-,'
of appointing delegates to Will any one pretend to IA Iniew of the unrelenting party
; The Jacksonville Kepullifai was one of the papers ) Change Church. closed wt-re greater than for any |'rvTi.ins l' 4 which the IHh waged by : Douglas Democrats on .
in Tnlahsslt tells which the Sentinel called upon to speck out in Wlraf The R .v C\ irs IIi'MEK liiEvir for several year in our luistarv, amounting to theufrregue (.f In addition to Site-e cotiJ. msn. .

of April next for the purpose ot appointing reference to its proposition fur an opposition Con. I chief the }em.crnrJ'of of Pennsylvania which enured and solely their the luiaored benefit a,Methodist Episcopal trawling minister of considtrub ary$C.6":So. agaiiM { ,':3i2: : in IV1 rnary tf Iastytor. other. Judge equally iKin weiic'ity las'' avowedi on the ;Sills.. ..-

4 delegates to the ChINtol Convention. A tcnlion. That pal"r of the ll/lli instant says: I of the rnul.abolitionists, and were t !t reputation Cur parts and eloquence, has gon- \rocl hostility to the! \MIiuti..nal .' .

,t full attendance ie de&ired. All Old Line "The. time 11: bten in this :ltf. when all the ensure, that the presentation to these EO"intcded Pennsylvania} ovcr to the Baptist denomination. lie was baptized The National Union \VliS;;and American T.xcciitirc South. lie hold that the Territurlul: i.established i. -, ,
the Deuioci Ihr
eruiuhi doctrine was curried bo far by I thc of that by Conirresstniv posse
Whigj or Atnciicnna who intend: supporting tic finrty that not t'II/ Jtidiu.-il; office was Democrats of the very man, AS a candidate for the and formally admitted Into ministry Ct>mniitt 'e ]huie resolved] to holt their! national prohibit the emisrr.ili of nslavili.litrrTerritorv III' .
untl.lle 4th insL.News .
the nominee of the Charleston Contention allowed to :member of tie oppo, -:tion. But how I under whose protecting wing the dis cliurchin New York on _- couveniion at Biltimore mi the 9ti of May. with !1.1" ,l.ive<, '1 r I. take thrift ".

was it in tile euntct of la-t fall: Out of the threeuzsense PuidcnrJ. vUitcd them would be -- ffr.i hin'i after he :;. t* thfre. We tli U-M
was io-u-rs of
attet.d.MANY upon The three Aili-g.iiiy o-jinty
to coinmi
I nre respectfully in-ilc : Judge one was conceded to the' Of\po.i-itioii. I Item achieved great victory "he>i the nu'lit :"
: ami received! of thousand \i.e? hit not reasonable to suppons that thousand hare each been -rntenecil to fay a ,lwl"I..j I t.y .,
DEMOCRATS.NKWIOKT that oic an xce s one -Tlie Oft rlI1J Californ'a! mail, with advices l"cnc'JI\"anitl. pert in the T..rril..rit.'It.

March 1800.Tlllatarjr I totes Or his Democratic associate; sd of i *. would sillier absent themselves frt'l the polls the 7th Las been roe/ived. The Pacific railroad fine of fi.OOrt for contmipt, l-y the supreme our!, and the Suj'reine Cyurt h l'> -aere.j .n.i .

17th the five Circuit Judgis eleeted (our were eco : or 1.(fhtally l lukewarm in the cnnvas. thus hazarding since ubc lirncj t>. a iiun.taina--.u.-.l Ly under I lie. Constitution. lint Ji l >!l'. I ire -
in refusing <
1 Sacramento
-- from the ranks of the Opposition! nd only cue ; if not losing the electoral vote of Ihe -.5Iate.I convention had been in session ut the of tax to tic been .l..ing all he cou'.d, fvr seine tun. :..0'
those fourcrcoui.torcd IW It is of members representing said court ordered levy a J'ay !
!t Election. an opponent. 1cilur.t"o. the Cth. composed seventy u* in a e-o:..1ili..n r."ru'le l.an su t u
the Iu the Ix-sri-Iulurc: by rereue I w'sich'! \0tl.11t e.rlai.for tlmo-tany other tIH'I; I interest un the r ilro- .l bon.la! iimoj l I.y she C'vinty. l' hJf
Farters in the Mule \vLicli may lave, coj.icd, the nearly url. C.ilforuia Oregon and Washington beginning.; It i* true tluif a > "
to the Jounuh we discotif Ike fuet that I J.tt.1 bet look ct Indiana. The two Sis tifes aIr! .niU. i. ,
H agln sentiment the in6t. the Mjrylan lloueof several > .r -
: relative tu the Miiilu Election in May : The object to concentrate public On Monday :ti opinions
I I'riclaiuaton in the prilih.iiiary; orgsiiization:of the 1 Iuus.sto[ I otors ff.J tl. .l State, Mesre. Bright and Fitili: arc !I, ritory. them airaiu ; hut I have .1 -'i I''. 0
t the I"Ndama' the IiG1 ..t. It was resolved to send memorial Delegateby a vote of fifty lite tj live tJ"l'leJt1e '
same: by .
correct tCC
are requested tlt party li.o appear in I single ilbtUICt tu IUI't I known be determined of the Illinois on his r5pe-titusnce. Vithjti it.: i.t.t ye:'
4 lion as puLi>licd iu thisd.iy's Floridii'i.1r drawn. Al weie a" one in coune'.l and in action.: I t tl.t opponents I I to Congress iu the t/.atter, and legis'ative address and resolution: for tho renioral ,.I JudgeStump. .".-. his r-lu'.lo.i boHto; a'I( ,. i

ii g I A fran :1.1 united dttermination!. was .\'ilce.1 toresist Senator. They hare reason to oppose him.- I II action on the part of California and Oregon had of the eriiniiril court of I5jltimore '.;';'.- noiiiin.itit.il. ni'e-j! fis |1.1 tt." nu a'r:r. .

Del' ?Icelliis.I to the hitter end the: aggres.-i of the abolition : I Douglas unteslwitli the Black Republican i in then I the the Sub iu.-t. I adopted. If. tliereforeie t iu I t'i' -
.I'' ralc : : *' been recommended. A resolution was unanimouslyadopted The Senate was (isiry ease on
r W. rrn.ad tie- l>vmocrscy of Leon that Mondaynext -- LI.U conon 01 luc .>orui.Now ennte t tie cnort to deprive (bent of their teats, -w- I n. : only take hunt wila I lii* pr i v -

j4 is the time appointed for a meeting tu appoint. the testimony of the KejMican is wortl:y I after having been unanimously elected by the Democracy I urging the California: Legislature to offer Railroad Tlcetlng In lo\vude. but we I-.U.-1 facorpurata thi-s- hr.il.ttenh .. .
of GIs3 to that shall fir:tcomplete t ,]. nnd rttrtu n.rnu.lutltiii.ti .
$ c
and consideration of the : a any company crc
the State Convention. Du forget itNew of the re"pcct opposition of Indiana and this pn>ccedirg
IMr.Tsvli.rsar' I-
1 J"lcgatel renll'kLlf the Overland telegnpi! line to the Allan, I II. rich's ii.to (its, 1-anha 1 >-f imr < i.
of Florida. I has done good battle heretofore on hit part has entailed upon him the liter resentment I Rot.I Fi>no, IASWNDES C.. C*.. > : "Mr. louubtn'sta-

AdverlMmeuta.h'rdianare tlieii against the Democracy when it had home principle of the Senators thIUeh' 8 as 'el n that ut!: tic :t:1te3j; and $1.cj: ) ti the company completinga March loth, ISCi' ) i ,b1siU1oL4 c hjti tire eoudsuiiun't ::,r..ua.t.istttIe. .

The TallaSaM-e raoUing to couicuJ IW- v.t ,,ow it ,...ilul to join in their pereonul frierij-t. T ."r''ito '.. .*.. second line within eigUtem months.: The e.mn Pursuant previous i.vtice. u !i.r
Epring and Summer Goo. See the aJ\eri-menll the cry against the I'omotmcy i of this Mate of an Little warm GiahV the electoral vote.of Indiana in lift ten also tl'.SCUSaeJ the propriety or rccommmuiingth I.I. the citizens of MadiSon County, I'L-rida: and of any circumstancee. rei"-.*" Xu'witfaU' .ii'ihttssxituo
& Max esU, law State debtofhSo.sOOO 'I rime.I ihr 'a'i
a con
f G. & J. Meginni s Legislature to creating opinion
*> Ml Cirrel and American isase couiit'ui of
eternal proscription of Whig absence of the energetic support of these influential Lowndc and the adjoining denrgii, av h.s' '
: The stocks in all the for the Pacific railroad to South, !>nd coiidt tuned ties wri v
___ and l\lkinl "Meginci when it know that the charge cannot be sustained. gentlemen would be vain aud fooliah. I cannot leI building tumbled at this place for the purpose of tutiiif into Iiinsif \\f would n..l tSrl.guut.r t<- t ur
See also the advrrtiscmcr.tof of the tale but the
Louset are large and inciting. To show the absurdity of this charge we last week done, and no one knows it better than Douglas him the eastern boundary : propobition consideration the practicability of constructing a I favor of Stephtu A. ,Itut-aa.. > I lr is t:

: C. I We8t with other in the approj'riate sjioke of the offices held by Old Line Whig in the I self. They would doubtless give him their aid, under will probably l I.. r<: deJ. an.) an appropriation Uailrond from Valdocta, the cocnty toit".r Lost ides I expresses Mr. Taylor' ti u i-t.t'-- a ,, -. .

column, the certificates cotuoiending recommended sufficient tu thoroughly explore his actual po.itii.tt butt in my ...pur'or
t.p.ealy State, as mentioned by the ]tl"UiO'l. The Stnlintl the pressure of a parly nomination,but not cor county, to Madison C. II, Fla. Tlie meeting vr&s csftli.hss-ntor-reti
the Machines of Grover I' all the mountain seittntetit or 1'ui-jtion pit
etlded Sn.ug d. ref.lics to us titus : Jian '. In any event the existence of a feeling of passe called to order at 12 o'clock, meridian and on motion South. They will -ctpliuIateU'j: >. C

DabI. Mr. L M. Folsom of Centreville is the agent ..Xow the Whips and Americans constitute; nlr1' resentment against him on the part of a respectableportion The President luuappointed William D. Cli"". of ReT. R. J. lall. Mr. J. C. I'AULETTE wa las by giving up prit.eijha! which iliei Wjr
1. for these well.known Machines. one halfthie ltollo.f the Mate The DenmvraryImve of the Democracy of that State is a preg. man United States district judge for Connecticut appointed President and on motion of Capt. J. L and adopting thoSe w lil. h they ee'tud'-t.uu 'h'

beside' "ntlrs, and PeI.rtisentitisc in I deceased.Mr. adhere to their own priieiplr an-i r.
should be thrust -iu place of Judge) Ingtrnoll F. A. FOL. Vice J's-esidsuot. Messes
he them Dr. OM
.. i i> why upon Moseley, .-
and Itt
of the Senator lied ruU.1
Division .r the County Into IleaU. Congres*. large tuaj tity Kep I.anr.I.1 candidate who can be i-i on to
.; The County Cotntnisiioncr of Leon lUlu performed recitatives I ii: the Mute t Legishistutthe (Jot; ei i.or, i; ns I clnJiJ.tf. particularly when there are others Clark United States Minister to Guatemala ; L. 1) DbLvos and I!. is!. Srm, were appointed have no personal &.jettion. to Jc lr l>

their duty under the new Militia Act, l.j the! Seen.Ury of State. Treofurer. ('ossija rulh.r. Attorney against .!,Ol these enmities do not d.Lt has returned home on account of ill hoalthA Secrrtariet. The President, in a short, ct.n.i.e and My difference with him entirely |n>IitM 't tyosts

e; (dividing the County, into Heat, as required l>y thai by Genir.il Whigs and&nd Ani.-ricaiisnrcn.it RCi"l.r. The "offices f :n-haructtT nJMiveIifM ;! Hire, then, are three! States-Illinois, PccnM-lva- dispatch to the Baltimore Sos of the 2d inst. I forcible Fpcecli, stated the object of the nieet.g.! next Presidency.ni> nolMxly in Bit tli*i i is nation siil.-ua.stood unpr.fairer ke N ;

done i tile mid Indiana-casting 51 electors ,votes which reissue of two millions in Treasury On motiou of Cul. U. C. 1'ope, t>f }1a., a ct'iiiniktee a.lssu:.
( '* Tie inanutr in which tlsllnl! : l/een "i to itrrcUe: tioliliral influence nnd wii!" th."rt I says that the I sutseeee'nrv histilite tie Mr he. tiauuutis

1 1 be.ceo by rcfi-rencc to the JveitiKinei-t publi Le J! I .I'd.! by List ai.l of Democraticutes, tL -y teri ted j tuny be counted on as prttty sure for the Democraticiion notes has been negotiated in New York at six ptr- of twelve was appointed to prepare buaiaes* for the .tion. and his bitter ]>]4'-,i>ioii to tie I* !'

ia another column.. I m> li-h\IO \!Iiat.ver' from the ).mllratJ ns en"orjli.Lz .ir:
<.d partj. J.'Mays. J.\\.Tillman.IJ. T. Ward- cal fortune lie has in their: i"i the K. B.C. iVpe,
t I cow body. knows that so far a* the Leg'.v: 1 not actively participated Ji nI -The Maryland Legislature on the 2d instant I he could and] drawn oil many "f hw
ecroes nurn d. cviry candidate is to come (rom the :trl. that stalesrn..ii elected host James A. Pearce as United blatiS law,r (I. Thomas and C. II. Smith of Florida ; from its support lie ban there" mined
ia the State
On Monday evening la-t a negro caLm on Ui( I Liture i concerned in every county : is to b* found. in cither DANIEL S. DICKINSOX orIb'iiATioScTM Senator from the State of Maryland for eix years Lan, P Young. J. W. Patterson B. }'. ilobjey, B.1 miration of a faction, but he has l t-t the roof
.f -
plantation ufbr. W. I' lol'r1&1 of this city wai iburiit. where the opposition had the least cl.unce ssi" i "rEofNew Yoik-iffrom theSouth, in of 15. The vote M. Brinson, and J. R. Stapler of Georgia.A the party. Still 1 Imve uniform!* JK
March 4 1861. by majority
in the Held. Iu from and kiutlnentv
their caiidiuatt conciliaUon
bad forbearance, ,
There were three negros-ain the cabin Oft cep, they tle from Mr. Scrcvcn of Savannah, .,' -
f..rth their K.: I T. IlrMTK of \ rinia-al iwhom are men was as follows: James A. Pearce 50; James U. l>..nuii his friend-. I am wiUin? to biirj "
'.. xtliom was burnt tu death and the other tWo bad content for Governor they t.ut strongest : the was introduced and on motion of
livid ..n.l1" aas.af ,.f trud integrity of broad, comprehensive views, 3 i blank 1. enterprise I forget by gonrs. I think! I show ) tlit <
.i JjT Injured. The fire was purely! NiJttta1 1.1.ue who .at th* time and of i..ilionnl.r either of these ; B. Wurd'.sw! was read before the meetir for Mr/McCleinard. of Illinois f..r >i "

L tcrwards: rc-tKcted to the ofiiceof Hrp i.I'r \illuut, ,could the pulaluD Upon, administration and -In consequence of some strictures on the insu. While the committee were preparing bubincsa for was a friend of Dougla1, persons! and

F Proti. opposition, and which t.ft.t he resigned itfur he "'Ie.'ale.llo I I grntletnen Dngta. borJination existing in Utah Territory, the editorof addresses and 1 voted for him, nit as iuiltirsin; U i.3'
March came in -.iIS! -. end thus far tin I Fitch and Bright Democrats heartily and cordiully the meeting very able, and eloquent were he a VieD '-t u >*
denounced because was a genth-m
,)' LISI a seat on the I>nch, no orzin- the Salt Lnke Vallty Tan has been by and of SaTAonah .
U. Grant
weather lies been cold f>w the begi n sf'blOtS J
him fvr tl at : and notified by
ized effort lining been 1le ag'tinst the church authorities and '
of Yuldoata >
and L I). DeLon Capt.J. and was to tiotr of tin "I
of of tUnomination open
tin heavy i said theimproprUty.
re was a very We have nothing
Tuesday night frott-lot
1 I AnsI jet the & 1ul denounces the Domocracy "officers that they can no longer be responsible for of Horida.] made against the I'.lai k Kt-puU'n B ".
the of the earth, but han 10@iion I far the South is JA Mu.eiy we
t.a account of dryne of Douglas, 1 as concerned f r '
of Florida f..r their eternal proscription his saf ty. The couimiltee to l.uin5 for the meeting Judge Iuuglasansl I i* Vi >n 3s wr. *
nougli to pinch tu.lerfgetilioD.. nt-d pcrl.npeeiioufcly I if the friends of gentlemen in the free prepare similar ( he and they acre iif..r '
t& I and American. bcemi'e they will tilt Giiine ? of the Army, died it1 ort a
Whigs nut and submitted the
-Major p-iymas' turned] following ref : ir
fruit n thrv
injure if not totally .tstrt.) the States are not already cOI'lncJ of the folly of attempting the good of the whole party as
l eN'p fill all the offices, Legislative and Executive, well I Smith the 13th ultin.o from King thrown submitted the t a.
1- --- I to force their favorite upon the South, Fort on The committee to whom wa question personal triumph, he w on 1.1 not be tttn.< i\\

Mate ConTcntlou. I as Judicial, by niembci of the OPPSiLion results will their (from a buggy eight weeks }.res-ious. of Railroad connection from Valdoita, Ga., to National Convention at such a time >H- .
then notliinglsut stern open eyes unSTw'V.Mr.
The East Floridian lies at a willingness tbe I The Stntmd says that th JuJicnl officers I -At a late session of the Alabama Methodist E Madison, Fla., beg leave to report their unanimous In further evidener (1 tI'e utter I H
O\l their delusion. In the Southern States, the "
bit of
I and remove D., I may ( thirty
governed in agreeing upon the place fur bold. "derie no asi.Usnce whatever' from the the Dcuwc I where the candidate is expected to receive three piscopul conference, resolutions were passed, and a opinion_ in. favor. of. the enterprise, anJ recommendthe States Democratic sa7 Senators betides Liner

1 Jog the State Convention l>,y a plurality of votet. racy .1 an 'organized prj. Now very"factthat I of the vote that! is to make him President, committee appointed to secure a suitable mouu. adoption' by tins l meeting ot a resolution t J.o one" l'ugh, of Ohio, is the only man who has mr

including however, in the number of those entitle I. the Democracy tli. lot act in theelections I II fourths is the weakest named.Tliere meat to be erected over the grave of the late Rer to the companies of Florida and Georgia the grading prefeience f.'r him or dVnire for bis 505 .
to vote; those journals which represent Demo as an .01!niztJ |tArly. show that they had n Stephen A. Douglas man who will John New land [\.. 'I of the entire road and of the appointment of while the other thirty six are either him opjotei ms' j
ai I eternal of I II are thouSI.l* in nearly every :tt. nomination and would rapport
constituencies and which are avowedic.ppOSitIOIL" ; I disposition caryon In proscription a committee of tit to confer with laid companie. nomiD5n-
I cratie lot him under circumstances, DO mat. .: According to correspondence of the African choice of evils, or if llwy dir his
I ond American. not support any amount or ... t' ,
Whigs I what the been coast, the slave trade i* flourishing extensively on the subject and uecrtaiutlle 6onafialsubscription not avow the preference out of reposition -, B
The Sentinel M-- : ter platform may 'Mell..is Ilced and to called! of their State to hint So in the 1
: Well then-but utterly ignoring the novel propo the of force of that can be ha., report a <
a large
I be drawn the lion. His Squatter which WI so notwithstanding presence I do not know half a &>aiern
to by Sn-ereignty" ,
"The doga. and that said Representatives
silion allow journals not Democratic to a lar.1I'1 sought It is said meeting at some future time, com C
vessels of
United States and British war. nominatfc
E t Jian the proscriptions of the Whigs in effectual in returning him to Senatt. is unconquerably men who prefei Mr. D'
voice in where- Democratic Convention does holJ.go II the African coast in roittee be composed of S. B. Thomas, C. II. Smith the choice of their constitw1]
: determining their success ansi the Democrat n.w not repugnant to nine hundred and ninety the vessels now engaged on regard him as
shall be bclJ-let us see how the mater stands: Then there w a* a Democratic party striving thousand SoulhenfiToter who this traffic may be numbered by dozens, and that Jo. 1\ Tlllman, J. W. Patterson, Thoe. Uritna and. it be possible that on* who Is antaguni ''t
I f ,
nine out
of success for the dominancy.Now ( every It Lane. Senate by all Lie DenMvrotie peers mve
good hopes owned Americansand
Democratic fatoriny 7'allahattte. wQh' I with GOT. Wise that it i is the larger part of them are by in C i'a'two
to are inclined to agree ut all the Southern Representative
pp' no organized Whig party seeking ,unanimousl
The of the committe
clearances. The ;)
there. custom-house report
: Key of the Gul Marianna Patriot, eltLi-he policy of the government." .a short cut to the Wilmot rrovi!? lie could have regular or three, is an available cattd1'Presidency
onrurn of these ve-ucl claim to be engaged in adopted.The t Can it lj.e.possible that it '*J
Peninsular Quincy Republic ] captains
Tampa The yivridia* did not attempt te draw a paral not the vote of South Carolina, nor the vote ol the0'
get draft it I is following was unanimously adopted : dicious or discreet on the part of
I'ecsacola Observer, Floridian .Julnlal. lei between the proscription of the Whigs in their any other Suthlr State without a hard struggle. the palm oil business. Light steamers Rtiolred By the meeting at present assemble Convention to force Mr. IX' noniim"
Trilune. Family Friend-8. success and the Democrats," simply because no especially if the National Union" party place such believed, would resist the Government to at this place, that we w ill grade the entire Road< South against the almott unanimous PfF'' *']

Democratic Journal favoring Jf di.ln. exist*-we merely the difference Crittenden in the To thrust bits break up the traffic. their Ueprvsentatives its the United tt'
sncL> eho.'e man
prale a a f.tJ (rom Valdosta Ga., to !Madison Fla., at as early i alluded tie effort of the I VF
) Cedar Kej" Telegmpli East Floridian. 1e"-te the doctrines of the opposition party upon the South, then, by the agency of 1aclufeth [ TIle eight delegate from- IinnesoA to the day as may be agreed upon in the conference between here 1 have to make capital to in one part ol tLC

Xewnansville Dispatch S' Au 'u tine Examiner .ben out of flice, and their practice when in of Vermont, Rhode Island Iowa, Michigan anJ Chicago Convention have been instructed to vote the committee and the lUilroad c mllaniu.pro' boasting of his strenclh in the otbr

Jacksonville Standard Madison tt'enger6. fice. We hive eh"wn, and the Jacksonville Jit other States where lie cannot obtain an electoralvote ) for lion. W. IL Sew'ard. ided that the terms are made satisfactory as to Taylor's letter made its appearance it'*
I/ Two of these papers originally favored Lake City. publican tytifios to the fart that the cry of" eternal would be a piece of superlative foolishness, Attorney Genital Black i iO gradually recovering organization, tc. in ately paraded State and as a they pt-oofofJudge Lave, actually iw'5

Lit here since changed and now go for..Madison.Here proscription of Whigs find Americans" urged all the more criminal from the fact that the same from his severe attaek of rheumatism. Mr. L. D. DeLyon offered the following resolution: that one foundation, alpfce thai Loauisn* "

j then, are eight Democratic j.unull in favor against the Democratic (party t>f Florida, has I.> agency if directed in favor llnrna, DJCKI.TSOX 01 _The House of Delegates Virginia baa passed which wa adopted : vote for him. Tots snd I kn yr bo' [*"*,'(

ol Tallahassee against tit.'ow foundation, except in the imagination\ (.f a law SCYMOV. would secure the nomination of a man infinitely a series of joint resolutions for the recovefy and Resolved, That the above appointed committe such a presumption." If he has one"fr

> for the indei ndonU.or tbse papers wliicl hungry office seeker. : in the South and who could unit due to the United" the u Old Guard, I 4* not know |tth'
stronger collection of money Virginia by have discretionary power to arrange 'or the surveying few who are food of being J
;. l! represent Democratic evntilullc'lln,1 which are The Sntinl say there i i. no organizedTnig ,I on himself the various wings of the Democracy ii States for advances wade by that State for the of an experimental line between Valdosta and< a may rally poisons to him for that reason, I il "t

not avowedly ollt"ltion"| There are three of ttl pnrty" in llorida. Now, i is that a good reason why I all those States North where there cow i a r.asn. General Government and for continuing Thomas Madison. but if the mass of the party is tot SJ '

and two in the West the Democratic should likewise become d'u- able of success. A. Parker of the State to following have nome other candidate than bruit.
was journals il 1,4 rarlJ' rrpct Green and John as agents CApt. J. L. Moseley offered the resold left bo"'''
of the Democratic have totally changed rioee I
two-the! InJependtnJ'rei organized T If tion party .
Of the Eastern ll said which hioillsomething
inJefnJ"lt recover mon;y lion was adopted: had been the care I think I ,
and the J.a.trr IlrlJ at Lake. Clt: }'- f.norJAb be, aa that paper says. .simply one of nllgouinto Rear Missionary. The cotton imported annually into France Revolted That raid committee of six have ful about it. .'
it a more patriotic !- of the late Lwibulh, -
haxrrc ? gyD"
Ocala Uie party occupies Mrs. TU011AM
the Cvmpaniou \a
j City. The other- Retublta LDbut11. from America Asia, and recond-hand from England I tl wer to call a meeting of the eituen wheneve
.. which will Episcopal' Church.
: its proposed party of the Methodist ?
? ed no preference we believe, but we put It position tll& Missionary is estimated at 150,000,000 pounds value about they may see proper.On is ''J
This makes the opposition < Lave nothing to bind it together but the cohesive South has recently arrived N. York f Sag The Augusta Constitutionalist !
i down for Madison. t 108.000.OWt motion of Cot B. C. Pope it was ordered the &'
stand at fur Madison and Iwo ror;: of the public 1lu&Jt.r.? Iai. China. Mrs. Lambuth baa brought this the hotel]* in Charleston Fill charge of *. '
TallahaMce tcrt* power the proceeding of meeting be published ia the
: tbe
for Iward
1 be educated in this She balI In some of the western counties of Pennsylvania day ,during
: % Lake Citt'-leaving Tallaha* ce vtu ahead of Mash at children to C'Dt. in l the in state of rebellion bavannah Republican,Expres Georgia Watchman, National Convention.sri1 that titus';
the are a againrtthe '
to people Cot'hAts.
Western indepen Jjniirillt Democrat we notice brought two native youth b several before the
on. without counting the two In the Diy I Southern Messenger, and the Tallahassee papers. meace day
I for both tin tested at United State, in view of their tutu usefulness to taxes, laid to pay the interest on bond issuedto .
and only one bthiiid the vote an of the Teelcr 1'low. havingbeen I I The meeting then adjourned.
? .cnh. 4
other places Hut the: two paper in the West-thiApalacliicoln j a plowing match, ard gaining a great ictory over 1 their countrymenin the miMionarfo' railroads J. c. FAULflE,Free ideaL THE Cu.mfc.Tox Cuss ant.t-u' .

Tnf* and the Mil loo Cotrirmay I I all other plow in the field. Also a certificate sign. YELLOW JCMAXKIK-Fu> -ID. In a paper read by Professor George Cook before Da. F. A, FOLSOM, Viet Preiidtnt.I lowing advertisement from the

be 1'lh. witliout the FtJ.\ of duubt placed in I ed by G. N. Pea Jaues& Wright,3. IL Wright, DanM I the ContlittUiomdiit, veiea tke Ve*a.I the New York Geograpical and Statistical Society D. DeLtox, > Monday: .5

I, the Tallahassee t. thr: giving to this place an Dour W. G. Trathcr and Ceo. M. Prsther apo- : says \ugUt yellow it i* stated fact beyond doubt that the seacoast Il M. St-a-roa. f Secretes-ye The Steamship Grsr-ada.rccsa11"
: l I liful and highly aromatic, but dnt" is at the rate of - ia order will leave tlie fuotot'
Loni of New subsiding about
around Jersey 4
n: dual ic.j.rity over all other Now, taking ken of.experienced planter living I j jessamine flower i* in bloom. moth- J 17th of April text, aud will lay at
and tin or the two feet hundred ST.rs. March S.
the East HoriJia on its ow n pri'jwsition isviIIe i Ky. rccominenuing it i for the got particularly inform their jLliildren that every years.la riai the sitting of tbe'eonventwa.Tieketa

: I question i settled.. Ex.luding the! two Westeri community, .the cheapest most eon\el\eD and I those r flowers are a.ul We hive on r.ner Russia fire lire very frequent, and, acord- FltE KCOKOES EXCLCBCD flax lLYoOUI-l1u will U issued for the'
votes" in pisnoul the Minister of the Interi'or bill excluding free from this State under tli and luck, including aJu'gs'In
of negroes
; Las the plurality have ever and have ing to a recent report "*
plov &eaC. this ** ,
ils lpr Tola.A3e by which our cotempornr/ has avowca < bit -CE- c.* I occasions of children Il\Dtion aba l.t.from chewing ia tile year 1853 not fewer than fifty six church. I penalty of bvoLining chives, pawed the Senate yea her port of |,*for euger fifty dollars dffef ,la pwtW the eourto [

1or I & tiset gives notice of a meeting of the hear many Hundred and tcrday. It had. previously ; sed the IIous.T ;
willingnew to alidc-adding those |apm, an The flower this fact is generally knownitiuay e*, three thirty-three public buildings, j induce tho departure. ApP'JIU
co fs the controtrv. I. p itii>n in CJa.Wea C"unIY.to 111".iut dee tbe'C I jriel and ten thousand two hundred and ten private ""u' same bill passed both Hou .!.<' 1r.: a tear nsjiwily. rit I save fond psrent premature 'UC- curt
% a,.! we now.Lav r.) UciiiaiUiii in aanounc'. I t e1 to I>s*;* C \ Jtica: h tJ be hC tune over loved ofl-prinj.m.itiy! I see, (lie whole valued! at "S.tt''':TO roubUs, (lore i Vut failed to receive the jnature of the Governor.

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,- TELEGPAPH. 1If'h. fctiyiof the jur "f'1I \ hidl Ih eUIIII'II..ieJ ill.l.i. ei.? the r.' rn-M should Le rrturu-l if NE\Y GOODS SEW GOODS,, j R ale .:(.w r't'th'e war Stock'*r SYIUliJ" -, L., -

e BY his the ajcn eiu".:I .oui-l! t.IoY h'tnJ !tiiii nrilcihig) of tluit JM-I.L.U, Lin< in opinion.mere should \ BUMMER Gl.OIfcc< mirtirgof a
1/.1, par.isrh meet lliekveof
-- .iuunsjht cease. mm
leather .n.1 prunrlU. J M $- .g nut .! i her FQE THE 111.:11'.tm o.t fnuv
t r: K FRM I r.UKori: :. and rntitled t<. n" ,'rxlraoruift con-i-Icra- I nny voting 51-1 i: ; :1 tap1 ditguvnvoti' TOOTS. SHOES
i t'FJ ; .:' t.d'r" t..r I..r I\T ::1.,' t.o.DS.
te.t! "I! I
Mr. II "i' !
:!"ii oil her loyally ": i .11,11\1; liut >itt-* Spring and Summer. (1Ar\C Cl' SinCLTLC
,.j" I iii. :i x'it'll I' _' t. OOL'S IIARDWARK.CHI.VA. .
ili.! luuttit.'m. .... .i'l-tt"'P.: ll. .M ..IOii "IIlrl.- I: \ i i I. sTRAA t
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\r.iMV.\L S'Sjsfe OF TIIF.AMERICA. .nt >-
: : h .'itii" ;.th"riz.. |I"t..i..-.-. ..r th. Lir.-r..Ar: I-. f i;;;...-.\". .r in.j.nidi'iwf. win. *!, if t she .,41.1 i I "T\rF. nre how leceiv'if'; 'ur usual l 'STuCK !f ,I 0 get TIJ-I.I; will ruu u ,.1.... : I AND GKOCERIES.TUh .

toirlminat: Ut. \ i.< n 11' .' 111..1 >U' ". 'trI.. in ll.iir i:1'1'.1. cult-. }hi.-i- :.I.. k-t t. .iu .11.\\1111 .IIIU.I. iiiihtii vV SPUING AND SUMMER GOODbkl :'; !.:< Ffrnaiuliiu at..?.III P M I II lieS ices.G .
III.r..C -, 11o.I'e| I ; tt
il .or .irt".iauI. \ > reiiuig pi
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rppIU-ation ..:?!.M.;.. .. ;,1. thv) ,I'I.HI.In ; I : Miih a Ill1 hi.r ,'y.-wire il a ,i l-tir of ours I its ,ri'.'. and are Mutiny iiry lOW, manaling in par*. I .. BJduiu Itt..I a.. I A J. MEGIXMaS.M.v.h : .

4illlC III Ckltitfll. a iuhw-ijuvnt atiTnUr ..f die Dcmixrat we fin.l i but lhat not l'utt the CUM- we give thi adtV-e to asf.t'lous'' : Starhe at... .6S' \ 10. lff.0. ll-St

. .. .. .. : OTIONS CENTS CLOTHING. II,1,1... nl.'r.J __ ____ i
: ti.. foliju ing CI -.. ntVr niul.o ti-ter nit-sb it. tiuwt cniioonly Jcirii.sj I FANCY "
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.il.t..t. . .
: I U.--\II. t'l" ; 11&.18r.$ .. ; *. ,i..ti.'t 1'ijl tiHii.. iH-.-|"ip<>M iuiint'Kta a "; slat sin, .hi>.id] .1 -II tirii4 1'1', ....'r I lirJiC'itV I (;r.!:-**? GOODS: im-invARi. -. G-'l.-s-.rd.f'r '1. .. . .. .( 1 j K.T'F" 2IAY-V.7AE1) ,'
Q .:. I'. il' .... .i. (..-t" VJ .ts.a X. ': .'..,u\ t ailu w'lu-flitr I! ""I |1.i m.u..Irv u4Lh! ilic.- : ; ..n.I..ICr..t.-! ; !';"" t.) !'" '' ; \t'ntriTu : )lY! tOO: !).. O'OCKERY.: /rive at Dtvt.sun . .. .. ... .9\1. puu-Jw'-I T. II A\ WAjJI SON'

_ ,. r. .. ..: -I :.:"14'" : ': -.;:Ic Urrp."'! V.V t : nvc,nly tn rt-juhttlot. tIf') lilt, milhvnlii? ; I --- --------- -- --.--- = --- 8.\' AND CAPS. SADDLERY.JOOTS (>OA. M. : HAVlXli: ::,.: imrc.lianeonx: .'.>.1 of i5 i>da,.:t..!.. I
.i.l lin-y. aileM l y Jth'tr1 Hit."rtt..wl.'e .tI.E 01' I'ZLICIi.S I'I'f" : Lcav rrl>I6t.n at. ... .0..3 .
1 :I.e ::I .-"'''). i.-. i. ,.. lIit..ntI the rti- A SIIOKS. GROCERIES.CAW.KELL .SCO Leepi'ig M 'II..r.1 l 4.'iuvz.t jfPLANTATION
I. a' t*,e tj jtH HH-d d.if< iii J '. : i: c'urti t>4 tf r Pru if WonJu fur every ('ei- 1 .\.rcliermt_. II :

. .r-.,.,, .,:* ":/ -.l 2-ThrLsus1ie I J. UBS e rUVa .rlla"lt iry enti.i 'u "r l1utlll'ri. cr n,H a/ Aj:'tflinny: i DRUGS & 0. & c. .. (;.iti<>tvie! at.. ..30"- I I.1. GOODS

. ... !aol tt l I.'"" in-*. The nmrXd'* Very tv Cnmt Lttit. If,* tm,, tir.r- It* 1':1l.li..nliou.pr... lh of 12 I IJrexurfin I \Va1Jost..Q) AtDQrcccr1i1

; Hit &cia: .. on k-w- 1 4 J lu uuesdne in I" rut.i l.iA IInqUCIJJ: a.z.nicrulvL : 1 Sfjuarcocciipj'ing. ., jS'ei: ipacc. . . I en A MAXWELL.JlarcMT. I : .. .6..IO. \
: y huh.
I .\ .lkt rl.r a.of J .<'lUiUiil lht! .,...in.A lito.r .e ]16/\. 1 Buldwiti IIt..7 toui..e ;
t-Very il.l4I'ti..II.. . . :{I I
: .;; -. Lft4'l'la!.' -----s _- -- Fi'i' en rm-y L"II1C'1.L \ at Fenundiua. .. .. .. 10.16 Which lull l>4sc>M low as eau r-.uit-l j beaST*.|-
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.t -. .. '1 : "c. :kti'l :. !:l t.I. !f t.. < I II Thing of UvauCj. 1snsre 1" :.f.iiti.thi. . . . 3i0 t-W--b.t B S- These Trains c 1 r.'ct.IL Boats to and flow ed in this mal "t. rod certaZnl2! 1I.I..w ary oJj.r .

. :. .. it, tu,.. ..i; ..... .'d" :::;,.t:). :.1' !- Tie fo!! iwin! line liar tt\ ling' tit true Tottry.V.'e I" 1 '.'Cr.. . ... . . 1: ,0 Charleston, d..ilIU with Boat. to and hum Sa- I stAbSitlunent TI.RVIS: ) Case in. OK this wneir city. CALIZIV FOE. C-u and

, ....il. h, dr: .af.:. s ... .:;.1 i |Lace eekUwu rrl I1D lJ.ih more t..udliug1y I' .. .. .. . .. 00 --0-- : aiinah/Dur tine a week price them Jwf-.ie purchasing eise l-ere..

.. ; H 1" . .. . . : 0,1 Trains will leave Ffmandiria <>n
I ".1'"'I..k 1iwrkei 'l"id..rI.1 ir llio cor.Ia ..r ih* ln-maii licartrilj -\ trig Sampson, our uud : Fie'ght March 3, Ii60. 10 Srntinol copr.
ltJ l/vairif; !. 'nl"- : \TE are receiving per
: ; 1"n'I.Y"1
f t. 1" . . .. .. :.05iiJeouitti. I \VcdiiesJitTS nml Fnda>s. at 4.20 A. M.. ud
' ;"..::. ; .v.tgt Nss.1ar: Fair. Orlcar 7J; i > a inuvic that Ias .:.ur. of t rth than luurcn I . . .. . in 011 \ I mpply i fSRIXG : u g i have l Brons.n, on Tueedavs 1."A'y : Received

.:' v :..I-. !>!!.-UB. At ; t'.i Mmtiiir it J ; );.il i iu it: I" . . ". . W ,., AND SIMMER: GOODS, uriJajs at 3.Iu A. M. A. 11. COLE, SUI'l I ,Just

t 'I. :<; .-,I : iCt. r.O.n.l.7118; 'U2ug! i'{%. I ():;t"I: I WAS ITKILOh I". 1" . . .. . .100 oar CCA->!3mO IS PART OVrancy I reinandiiia March 1'. 1SGO. _12__ __ PEK .YJ2IV ORLEANS STEAXEK :
osi.-rs I i. rlosrwiJ tIe! --- u
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. .. ..,. 7 15.. : tW (C4>'. tliv IIIti"I.no\\. s-mm.' p.. 'r.-i. ,.i A.h.i.! : ... n' ... ..."t end Ktaj-lc Dry Goods, Harilicare, a I BACON SIDES.

. .':r -r-t.-1uM..a !\*. a:. mI I nna: tbe .J\ and \nl bi4u. ; :iti..fii..i.j-l..i, n..1',. IifI'; '!'. j, rvhsthi Stock Kools Shoe aiid Groceries i :se
r I .' (ft' the hou1'4't'. the tit c'. ; *1... ...:'':'.' .1,.s I s! ".. . . t.) (ii) Large of I II F.milv' Flour

,! '-t >atarJ F."I. Asrn. Ual?. lk< tW beaja the {M.l.k y. u went I ..tdvertiseio.u-: I. ,.iI! i'! i,i" 1"1'1..1"1\1: .s.. I.' t .1eei Glass and China Ware, OilCloths I Mesa I>.rk.
I 'r
1 ,. Ii A. F. HAY WARD.
10 BarrelsVhiskey.
jIvt.j I I1tl"'i. tluniipil.ro' IytFtiiiji: to hi {published and Mattings, $'L'., $c.ES'e i Sentinel
i .1 't1id f.1I I till forbid and charged Uccordauce Mill aLotc March 3, 1860. 10 copy.
,,.- i.wae.r.aaati.aI _., : ; 1t- I ilfllt.kam,,; al.'ae. would t pec.'ianeaU the attention of the ladies
t .
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. I ,':iutiful arwiw ;it ,*. >h. .uLiug wren: i to our very large ai'd handsome atock of I New Blacksmith Shop."PHE .
farr.ducedbycoueumption :
BROXSON Uvirgbc.n so
U !r'e rh-. -
.' .Irks1rl fl..ee ." C. n!j luf to Lie a Ladies Dress C3-oods. D considered all HIS
r'. tih. i..a 4'iii'. '.' T t. hjrf in a (l'lt1-tlnc frrat ; puia1 l ttotirt5.: as to lie beyond SUBSCRIBES HAS REMOVED
. ... .oU.t..J b.t. : _' i ; A MEGINXISS.Mauh hope of recovery by the roost eminent of the medical I JL
l. ah.aic. HOPKINS
I ". : -il a .' ',':n Ui'i'l .r:.*. from tii<- <-av di1cEs." "
---- h.iiuielf-a regular physician
a 3 bite .-- ---- I' ISC:). 12-41 Sentinel lopy. profession, and also by :
.t.i.i, il > u.-jurity.! : : ,rc .:a da anj1-gaik -
-- d practice-as a last re*>rt. conceived from( the Monroe House to s.LhebuihiIinahjuiiuingtbe .
. twenty years -
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\ '.:\.: I.4i1dug : tTei't f thvi ...' ti,. \..,'. t3e J l6ftutirlll .n .w! Grover & Baker'sCELEBRATED Just Received the i idea of ANALYZING THE BLOOD and ap I' t .

I:' !, ".1 :. r C I fl.'w tbr Giik.-i Jlltilfl' uJ lallltta u tlen ge FAMILY AND PlANTAT'.ON pI)big the subject of physiology! t,. the more ininiediute Shop of Mr.: E. B. CUik, I --c'
: l!eniuz fua.n Hark from New York. connection and feet of tbn state! of the HOCK ite Meftrs. ; .
i I. .MN. 111y.rt11. : .6.t yeir. Whiriu .l Mitb SEWING( } )1 A CHI XES. the health and eyflora. TI e result has been I t Megianus' where boa u l 0 \
, .. I.CieI : !t IJ. : it v'lo' erryeue, SELECT Let of BRANDIES. CORDIALS upon '
.f { .r.1! .h.'w A from the
I:V : ,i'1 i L1.a4rc. _- 11--- ----- anti CANDIES the production of this BLOOD FOOD row prepared perform
-. 1 .' Nt.S.k..f U the |.i." .I. .ftI5ry. t L'I. 1.;.,. TrOLl the tLltcoingI.tict'll which 1fe aseconstantly woof rnhich Dr. Bronnon was restored to perfect ill ir.rk, H."oUi4*
.. ; did Crent |' .. IUAIIJ i EVrkct Love Cordial, Kaspberry S rup, Within six mouths aft-r its introduction &e. c.
: : ,,previiii ft14..U llumingl.r, I select a few froia planters in I I health. Horse Shoeiny, .
rcceivbg .
the r.ooe dc 1-C::- : ; two thousand consumptives were effectually trusted to hU cLs'gc in the Iw&t manner and de*
dff l U ""pnrVlr over .
Ll an>
It li : Ia. je I .
: :I arc Lisj s.1. So ; up
1 f. j. Adv-n the "lo>f', %ilh a I ark and a t \is.J. Leon Mid Gal Jln counties (wbo base thi machine kli t da I Pine Apple do I cured by it. If you have any complaint* of a con- trh. JOSEPH H. ALSTON. .

,1. I '".I 'I CiflZ i. IIa6tjlit4.,, 'Ital' ut Ut ryciii. that ..1J anxirj : now ia \fIe.) in favor of Grover i Bif'a; ceic' :k.'ol "vuiuetle do Strawbleny do :*:*"np:7: tr 1*""* Cough, Cold, tad ac/ic P:i'l.lalioH l. March,10. I860. ll-6ifl Sentinel .!!.

..., 1 ... .at =jl f&4.::rI .ao t ll ac. : The t.-.U U niiv. an.l lite h.':sil i* a glov.owing Sewing Machine. Persons wanting a reliable anddtrable )range do Cognac Broody, 188.lluel ,. of the Heart Lot ofapptti.i, or vain in the .

1. ofLvt.utiful .. do Champagne Brandy, in bottle of toe BLOOD Plow. "
'J L 'Co YI"1-.mt Llc Sewn: Machine read the following recptu' aide, loee no time procuring Clark's
0- ." r'A LttU4II! j ; -ALSO- from Nervous Debility,
.ris1I'c.fle4.itIhe Jo* ; FOOD. If you ire suffering .
-, I low the wiJ rrowJ woe !\a\inj alucg.li tuendaticns and) judge for yourselves : & large nfKorimeut of fine CANDIES. Apply to) or thtp it Irolen and disSented if your Spirit -- 18GO.

1 'I ":" .i.iu encli otlnr %'ilh Lunior euJ * 111\ I "0. ... "It i is Ices cotnphonted wore siiup'e and less lia'Jet are JJepreatedoT your Organ you -0---
.. .. U ,
tM* *, iik mctror ru1i y. -- I/o ith ten
tOy tM-igii -- commencing
get out of crdcr than any I hare *een."licv. in this an unfailing remedy by RIGHTS f.rtl U PLOW
: \LOFinC-TTOMtIP MWs YORK. !. D ::i.t for ho) uHiCKf&t ti.ou! I loot to the tje G. W. PRATT" Division of Leon County drops. If jour Lirer w torpid or diseased in aoy STATE ff and rid COUNTY for sale. Apply immediately. This

; : i.w "k ORK. .f)2.TlieM4le1si1.| ;>.\"r. r.i.gil':'ii11tn. ::. I.U.e i.Unsure in sajirg tLat it la more. 'ttu; 'I INTO manner whatever and bring one it or iuto Iwo lively bottle and will healthful be sure action. to- i 4 no humbug inveuiicQ. bm is i strong, simple and

I. \ :. I \re a.h l,'t. : r.Llra, ]> lii thv eU3taMJ V ril invigorate Leap. E. B. CLARK, Patentee
\ tle a> :; gi, wy expectations.: Ii. SCOTT lILITLBEATS. In the most ii\eterate cases Dypepia, the : 11 .
) .
: I .1. I Or er the rcct of the bnittjjf.1 an.w, here find the most efficient and gratefurelief. March 10 I860.
,I that the tpe : when it frflh fro!) the tkjbe "Mottof my sew"; ,,n my plantation; U d ne bya of Act entitled An Act to pntient can
\Ti.: '<* f..m "aV- a..J.. : "w M j tiv PURSUANCE an A benefit is always experienced after tiling, .
1..0 l in muj l.y Ite crowd rD.l.ill 11\ tlt3ro girl nut ftvrUtn yea!. old. IN and Patrol laws of this State ,.J It Shines Alike for All !
.'.. .lr.'Y inc.L: II. .Ie. T. t."a1"'IJ amend the Militia only one b Jul,. In Ma'e or Female Complaint*
a44p.(1. Dr. 11. W. FISIIER.C .
1 l' :.1 tr.ekc1L the dlu\3 Ib59," at a meeting of tile!
,t Yu Lett.uu1.I& 'J : ,If te.t. approved December 22. Weaknestt the mutterer after trying other remedie CHALLENGE BLACKING is the
' : I."r.f.: tl.t tt 1.u"o. I. 'ot" .1a'l Tl it .,!cud' \rit' CK ill;!, ii tJoorrl.1o, : btnet.e Has given entire sathf c'ion. Board of County Commissioners of Leon county Leon in vain may rest assured, that a ceitaiu cure will result 'i\JL.ATASON'S only standard aiticle of the kind in u",

\: i..; \.. LI\ WM. L. STRO AX.' held Match 1 !th. 18GO. it was ordered that from the use of two or three bottle Th the Boots on which il is used makes
: o T was pnr s, ate snow-l.ut fell! be and it is hereby divided iuto the fallowing it ucffectral all cases: of Erup It preserves
eiIrut' ( FOOD its
'i.; : ,1 .n1.one r .t .. county BLOOD leather soft and pliable! and thus prevents
< lie
f AddreL.
Si.nd Lr Circular.
II, like th- wow tll\.. (4-0111 heaven t. bell, a Militia Beats to wit : and other like
described con
; t.: .v twn*, Salt 1I:eivt, Scrofula retain ita virtues in all clinates. -
r' warranted to
1'::: >:1.:1'h'S : : I.r II. to be (ramtd; nl tilth in the ntrnet; M. FOLSOM. Agent. The 1st Beat will cuuhist of the let Justice cr Pale aitd emaciated children and adult are tracking ; is

r. "...:., ( .. I.;:.,..... r*. \ : !,1 <-t nlV.cC. 11!, t. be w;'2X1, to tept 1 ; on auJ \. Ceijtrevillc, Leon co. Fla. Fort Braden District embracing all that part of the p immediately habits.! benefitted by ita use. It g es.treotthto be tie atmosphere dry of or moist warm enjoyed or
.. March 1'1. l86it. 12 the Fi.ibeu cold and has f>r & quarter a century .
: at ;
I commencing
-- j .1'1;.g. county West of a line the body and color and beauty to the ekio. Phi of ml1nk ,.L

Lf : Ft': & '. l'.r'n?. Purchase line oo the Ocklockonee river and follow. all schools :are using it with WonJtrfl lie good opinion the of th. "
.. : -\Ufr.1. I 1 Trading tr -. .!;>, MOTHERS! MOTHERS !! the Basis Parallel thence following Hcinnt of It is a moving mirror and adorns paltec

., *. :_'. Y.x "_*...r.'.;J.-ra.. ..'..t.r A..no..:' ..;;> my -.ii! io whoever l viiI buy You arm aU rirry's in one sense of the ,word y,t in said" said Base line line to to Range line 1, W.thence South with success.For full directions, see circulars. Price (I pe r {real and cheers the so'iUry! hut of the lonely back .

L : !sU" F4.'vyLsea. of tread.mi detern.icn and treat the va<*>s of line. To be called WUOt blDl: .
\ Y:;.1(4:1. i-.a t t.e : lin 'i* iJtamo .r a DtOI'\'cl l can \ou your aid Range line to the Wnkulln Sold
bottle. by influences
I lti oiid f oaring the d'a j diIJren' or do lOU cot call in a |,liuan when Beat. Place of holding Militia Like the Sun difTjses its genial upoudl
,i :!. : Wwga.M fl. ''J ; li\'ililf ; ,the Fort Brad..n ClfURCII & DUPO T, Dru g dtlS. anti challenges theme
. 1" I ,. : .n, j lotfal elections-Fort n. No. 36 Maiden Lane, N. Y,
:;J i ," .U'nlia ate .o.\t )J yt I wee one* like the LvautiTul ftovr.rr brinpsou in his INFAMILF C"RI'I.IL He ia resulerphivskian. The 2nd Beat will con i itt of the 2nd Justice AMes & LIVeLY Tallahassee, }'Ia. tateem and admiratton.
" .;., .. :i.f.Iloilr.1: ..I1..c end fioni niudi experience in Infantile Tallahassee District, embracing Township 1. Jf, by For sale wholesale and rtUil hv

( I etc fair a' the l'auti'jl snow. Complaints ti-is coIHI'.nnJ.I.i| pnparitliot.vithont .- or R. 1. E, nnd T. 1, N. 1C. 1, West and all of Town-hip March 10, 1860. 11-ly Mar. 10. '130. 11 AMES A LIVELY.

'. I.WIQATFRE. Like it. crystal a Leart lit* iU Slow ; \ ik a. paregoric 4ir opiate of Leon
:fISl.\ I eye 1. N. R 2, WuU.mtlie, comity i iA (
for 11(1Irll relief uff.'r'ma little in all the ills STATE OF FLORIDA. For Sale !
one Talla.
!:" '. "-.!'. Va \.. n..t r e: 01 re I 'Inll my a Bur to your of Forbes1 Purchase line. To ba called the .
: larg.T. e I n UercJ at!.l _;1.1 fwr the cliurui of E.J fe. attending their teething: and fur cou h, or croup, Beat. Place of holding Militia elections DWELLING
!1. !". re,1t&t..i a. ?1 t a etik.rs and al f Stinim it bO lee LARGE and COMFORTABLE
I.t : Fulhw.Jiolh.r.. I or euIsyulbion' o .r Compl.tinU.

: ;. '.i. : !et t.,.a ,.U oft. to ''''. I is a certain cure. You may r..I.on. it with per Tallahassee.The 3rd. Beat will: consiet <>f the Hrd Ju"tiee or with Kitchen &valuable(?.. all in Lots good near order, in; (ufj

.. ti. I S. Jr .::1. fott confident that Dr. C\ToVn IvrvMiLt: C'I.RDIAI. N. I It. 2. xnd if desired some
.' "12t:4ttae r. 1 embracing Town I .a Dittric, ,
tAs Centre\ille ;
:: .. pl G...!. ati'l ui frlf I Imvnl tv my Ull ; c old 1I..tr hu\1' I.ltai uf'l.l thec..!Vhrity it has in the Sections 1 12, 13, 24, 20 and 26 and P&OCLA 1 ATONBY a hiiih state of cultivation all or any portion wilt
f .. .a-ttatiutt t .11 1' .. r"io"e t ) East, except uf which will INS di! 'ed of to.nit pureha .r!. I
sl.irrrirg the art'.clefor : po
if it not rjIe't
rrUv; wix-tch that ty.U iiitcdbUte v re \ 24,
p II" guns E Sections 12. 13
K It. 2
except TilL and
Ti. Town ll 3, hORSES, a
' .' : : :.\ .aat.I.: weI .e f) \.' take a wide! *u rp Ut waudvr tu<> nlgb! ; Infantile Complaints that is put "p. It is fa'tsuperseding 25 and 80.p To be called the Centre*ill- Beat Place also sell a pair i f young, gentle to

. '. .' :' 1'1 ze2ieit I.1.dtWY 11 tLc RI\U- ..,r all tint if tin or alJov inn I k,<\. all others holding Militia elections-Centreville. GOVERNOR.BY CARRIAGE nearly new. Apply T. HAYWARD.

-.& -- :LTC is Lt.ti.iA6 (rUle as the Ix-autiful snow. 1). BROXSOJTS BLOOD FOOD. advertUcd Tviih. ol The 4th Beat will comprise the 4th Justice or vrtue; of the provisions of an act of tbe Oct March 10. SCO. 11-it

the CORDIAL ;in the rno.-t invaluable tiece-Mty to -W Townihij 2. N, entitled An act -
embracing this
VAUUANTuivrr.it.. Jackson D.stiict. ral Assembly of State
I should l that his Loautiful enovMild Lake Cattle for Sale.

< : :. _...."!. Oi::.\, 11..-. V.-.1">,'. J..te..r! cf ,0ttrnne all oil it a HUIHT wilts* nowhrrc to g..! cry it and MoTors read the as well circular as every tiVil unmarried>cinj, the lady.bolt!*',Bay and IL J. E, and Township 2,W N,iu It.said 1. W, Mid that also partof the to amend the Militia and Patrol Law.MADISON of thisSlate..pprm.td S.-, sale from
It. 2 county : 1859. I. ,
Township 2, N. December 22d rPUE SUBSCRIBER offrrs. at rrivnte .
...1.r ;: a ti<* ';,.cf'rft..r of 11"v stranie it,houl It \\hon the nii'ht (: agaii 11dl1 the particular inforniutiouou want
: -
\ ._ j, in "I..i.iti..a ; LraiiIty you get 6.b Justice or lamotiia PUtr'otemhraenIK Towr.eliip PERRY, Governor of Florida do hereby order an JL eighty to one hundred teed of STOCK C A l'TL& .
nnd th ice "trud! cprate ""
'1.\ < > f ., t'.ie: .rr.t uf thn-II Bra &*i.1 .'rtft..i.il.r Ii he mow uiy J3 See aJ\.rti.nlchL 3, N. U. 1, E and that portion Towiship 3. N. It. election to lie lid I on the first Monday iu May nex. Call an 1 examine early. ESSII; VEK11T. '

: r '. ".I'I"| 'uts ofi A.bu.lu rllin1in rrci, tor sale by Ames A. I.iie'v. ], \f, in s.ud couut). To rx?cal r.J tlio Lake Jacks for all thin Division. Brigade. Regimental and Con Bailey's Mill, March 10. 1S60. 11-41

.. IVimifcm .1\'Ct. i. I Biltcr" tilit- ....1..111. .:nuI. Brat. Fla e of hvlJ'iD.j Militia dt.'ctions-\\'m. A. officers of the Militia of I the State At follows : \
: '. < '.. iii nhrnn. Dr. Ilo"tf'U..r' pany
. .' ::. \, !' tlist Nu.! ; ... .. Division of tbt STILL AHEAD !
rrnno .i.- .4iI'l. lhr..b'IUIbe M General of the Firt
'' Cm-r'o. Jr\ir -mr
1" 1 i.: t' u-ool-r,111: a...->l ku.iuuujc 'I'" wiclxd fur fraying.. 'Ut. weak A-r "j A. a.Iu."Ie tonic Cit lilt' cure \y.pt'JIf" & Fill&-" The 5th Beat wi'l comprise the Bill Justice orB State of one Florida composed of that part of the Stat \
,.. 1049 heard in the cry town. I. .. ('oiistt5iatiisn; CusS jt..m.al n"nOIlIl df'hiha7. It .1JI1..t R. W DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD'SNEW -.
_' \0. ili.;< :e1uik toO <>.v. I..'t ln-r. the .Jo\\'n. 1cnrv day. iii-w .IIr iI' creel .Ir..l Cr' I Air Di.tnct, to-wit: Townsl-ip 1, S. 1. West of the Suwannee River.
: __ ___-- t.(lie mad) in th*j< y >f MVIW coming .p1irnaclied.. '... thriiuh ollr JiiiIir Jouro..1II. There I. linthini'tiuai and Township I. S. R. 1. li, ail: T..wn hip 2, S, R For one IAj..r General of the Second Division 0 SKIRT

LTER-AI:1Ir.1LfPr1Z1\ \ : T,. lit- and die ia my terrible ao.-. 1.i the n.yment 5.. tIit: ahirli: ISi#a11ii-h.J esp.rioeealiin : and Township 2. S. It 1. Eis.t.: To be called of Flond.t, composed of that part of th. ,
TII..EI.1Y.'i ";lCI30 bed and a Jiroud of the Lt'auLirul.now. : iitfl Iti. vtiihk I ..pei-ifli. lii: null i tone. i t1.san mmd 1, W. Militia election the State INC'THE .
I Tiirnrnim action upon a liDortKri'il .I..".'... ant lie il.au- the Bel-Air Beat. Place..t huldin.; State East of the Suwauuee River aud known A. "
NORTH AMERICAN.DccIJnc sing of the entire liunmnhxlt. rltouM reronimeixl it !,> all *-Bel.Air. Kjst and South Florida. BELLE OF THE SOUTH
I Democratic fleeting In Columbia. rlawci of our rorniiiunitr. All 11'a will Unrrrnoar; io Beat will comprise this 7th Justice or General of the First Brigad. .
1 The 6th For one Brigadier and beautiful skirt produced
: ever
In Coflon.V. : C rffeiL", i to a I rho most perfect
of purchase
.' 10 accord-inoc with primi notice: meeting ieitirtns inre the I tkeptiral its ticilllij District, embracing Township 1. N, It 2. E, the Militm c.f the Comities of Ercambr
t M.I Mai 'i 1.1.-'T'te .t"lIm-hip North was )hvid; in th, Ur ant he jwiiTm.''d. / Eastetn Jus- composed MADE WITHOUT CLASPS
of Columbia 4-nunty and also tl.e 9th
t!Ie SoM hr Drueeuts an" denier f''f'rnl h're.pCf and TO'l''nslip: I, N.1l3. ; Santa Roa, Walton Holmes, Washington, Jacksot
" An .': :<.ltll fr.'::. 1.\-.11: | ,.jl.| IhiI'.rt!. I'J. &rnrt I ( '.iH Ilou-. m Monday! the 'II in-t. On rnotiol1'r. Sad' \'erti 4'miit in another rolunm.oniTir tie or St. Marks District embraeing Townt-hip 1. S. Fianklin and Calhoun. and warranted cot U get out ot urJo.r.I .

r ,.1.01.i: .-' to ...1,. -.9:1:I --r.:' .!;syUur.. ) t l1t1:1.: T. IXYia called!! to the chair an ___n _ ----- R. 2. E and Township 1. S. Il 3. E, .Township For one Brigadier Jeneral oflhe Second Bngad '
.. :..u-f' /4. :ritl, Tlw g!(.4 .fI I
j < ted a4t as
to hemtary.- .
AUV. Marks Beat
J/s-siu \. t" r.- iu called the St. Counties
To be Gadsdei
tli.- i i :i-t ieya.! "\.. ...;".'..01 I" lf,'**< l.U.tf. i }.'..:. cl ir'Uin *t ited the .J.j..t.! ..f the meeting to L, Died In this city OD tli.SJ msL, alter a short illnc, Mrs. 2.I'l.-.oe S. P.ot 2 holding, K Militia elections-R, R. Station 1. competed Leon of the, Wakulla Militia of J..ff..rsoo.Taylor.MaJ the JOI 8, It 15. 29 25. 30. 35. 40 & 50 HOOPS.

\. I 1"1i .1*,'I&i.at..I" d.'.i>. luliTit l ..uk t t I.l ii,'.. 41"on of ".h'trat stM '::1" Mate l'm..cr.uit.I.ti..II. A. E. PAYNE, ,ife of F. Pa nr. asted '.9 jear*. The de. 7th Beat will consist of the 6th Justice or iberty Hamilton. -0---
.t..I| .U .ih'. l I.4 t- .;4..1<....J "... &x I mniitte The ant EVERY LADY
Wet s .l.ili : ]n Or. >ti4in. the following In her manner" Liu.l ant will embrace 2. .
; .. : i > (ased was quirt and unobtrusive Miceoeukie Dii-trirt, and TownshipN. For one Brigadier General of the Third Biigadeonposed < TO EXAMINE THEM BEFORE PCRCIUSINO ..
tel.' ,' 'i itr ul 4-l: .t Cl. -I .'.. t :1..1 'rill. 1'Ii,''- iq.e; i"t .! t4i .!r.'it r"oI.luti.xf'r -\'" of th air
..f tilt tn.-C ill : n. M. \'hit Smith iloi thy leave a luu.tuuid -f 2, N, It 2, E,
: beloved b, those elm knew her best 12. 13 24. 25 and 36. < Township Snwannee, Columbia New River, Alachu WHOLESALE DEALERS SUPPLIED liT
r.i.M: :IV.M. 1\Ti.uirr :: ; -> :, ;;. iuzai.l.: .hj.-i..: L L.U, J. Ii. '. 4X-d, ai.d Cap and two email cbil.Iren (one an Infant of %ery ten'er age) and I. Sections 12. 13, 24. 25 and 36, i-f Township 3, and Levy Nassau. DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD ,
T .> ; <-rt.I 1Z.!''''JT all.1tI -:".I" .V..4ti.!:: '. i .a' ..\-' A. 4-ar1.. tQ mourn her I., May the God of all grace eauetifj lliiiaflliotion N, R. 2. Eaet. To be called the Miccvsukie Beat.' For one Brigadier General of the Fourth Brigade

\ ,,t':a'"..\ .hmM.i...... .i. Tlw I54.1.VI! |'r<, r I Rie eanii.utiu. af<..r a .'..rt al enef retnrn.-d a> d to tliur eternal coo,!. Place of holding Militia t:1f'di"nMiccosukI. "xiiposed of the Militia of tins Counties of Duva! 51, 53 & 55 WHITE STREET

.". : ty..rai.i..lh..I1.; ..i* ..( C,"ntt .>i''. ii ,j. r JI. I i;,..|-- 1,4*. .1 illv_ iiv.roxul 1'1"u l ...' ti.e ''. elll'g. the followi The above described Justice Districts.from 1 to 9, e St. Juhns, Putnam, Orange Brvvard Volusiasumpier NEW YORK.
)I., r., I ll..t; tfir ..,.'...OKIM* wl 'ftoMU) !>. i't .iu...il i ug rmulutioui: l.i.:1: .'.rc un..!iiuiout-ly adopted: both indulivc."iII each. reBx-ctivi-ly| co'it-titute one Clay anu Jiarion. March 10. 16t O. lI3mI4ssER1's

1, 1 I.c aaa.s.tiL .. Enti aiiiiiiff. a* WV Jo. an i.lii.l'.n: ; *..fid.BC $bjp;i llcios.; Road District and one School District from anti after 1 I Fur one Brigadier General the FiMi Brigade,.

I i n ill* fetal oint). intgnty and .t'.kii.: i.y of tIC; prent -- -- -- the J Ht of April next esouing.Published composed ,( the Counties ut lltrnanJo, ILlSttborough,, :

AD mO NAL ;.Y TIICIi. ZEZUC't.ltLrk. i National iMtuwratic '\".\. trtin-iJ as ii i*. upon -POUT' OK 'rM jlJ Kt-. :: by order of the Board. I Manatee Dade awl Monroe. 5 MIUTI

I..r.1t .-Th a'.arn.1a i Au4:Ja ,S* imtuutaMc r>riiwrip] ..!" jiilk- anJ wjnahty.itid ---- .,- Attest: A. P. AMAKER For one Colonel one Lieuteuant Colonel and one

\, m '- ... IK' of thv ..'*r>u ra far the II...azarUn.Ot I lutine fur lit lau-l uurk the c filuliun of AhsiVE1'I: Pie. Board County C4>m'rs Leon county. Major for each gimeut as follows : ICE 1 CREAM FREEZERS

;:.. .,,...tA..J tItl a.-. OfNt"l ftftlM AtluH :!I" l'nit d :ttUs, wo hranily concur in the onll 'rrh 14 Ttrir ''atnurti. Le-rh'>IT. from New York. sea Seiiiincl Copy end pubhth to 1st of May .next. For the lot Regiment composed of the Militia olEicamhia ,

i;.' .i.'i-jrajA Cowita <::'. vtily ;.*,'*.. kite t cnr I'' I:..r. State t'onvci.tion. U lilt couiii .. to the 1... SI..m.hil' Magnolia. ( rone'l. Key W..1. elsb: .C. S. March Ii. 1800, 12 county. Ai Improved for 1859. .

'-1 .'I.i..1. I i n4 taeans of Nvtiring the triumph of tlo"f'! princi mail pa..cvig.rs..c. Lcil name la> fr New Orle&ii.IN For time 2nd Regiment, composed the Mili'ia oiSs.nU Wzv STAMFED lao Covens *su Btenroiue-TLSSSD

'.. "fr..nf.0 nU'.r.r.r: Ul.<>4>n Au-lrii *t.I .tuitof the Salionul bU.tu lS.f rOUT, MARCH 15.
j. t! I.U'<, and lh! <* I'f'rio TAXASSESSOR'SIWotloo. R*a ounfy. only Freezer kuown \rhiuh is coiutruoU-d
'--.tllfi"U:, r.ti.-oI" UK l-i'tir ah :vr I I.Si.- p I ]garb I"ml.ooxle.Jr.. JF..tn.40S tons, toft'lmgKng For the 3rd Regiment, composed of the Milit0: .1 THE Scientific .-

: i u,' in-ln!if t; l.:<$ ir.1y *..! \ si1.a. rtilu.. .rn I'r-'II! tb.f..llowirig rl'lU1'I'i"lhi J Ju b.m'on, Leorboff, 277 tons, discharging : Walton county. priucip'eg.The and most ecoomaiea) ; reiju'r,
i -i nifelt a>.a>"ln. ... -!. ut t..jz.j; .<-i I itjiili- I 1 1j ex1reimt e ,.f\\.v! .i.kM' ..f tae party; of this Coon persona who have not already given iu a For the 4th Regiment, compo-d of Ole Militia If cheapest ice and less labor thin: any other heiri.y at
in Iou
l' .,1'!'- I. i ."Ht. ..tia.' *r* i.. .r" I. If '. I II 1\. : CommerciaL'rlLLAIIASSEE ALL ot their taxable 'prop-rty are hereby notified Wa-hingU-n and Holmes jBtieg. { time the most durable iu klructur--,atid

j ".' i'. r;...r.-1.'u.kit' < liw i.->.... t .1..Lk..ye I. r.'O',.f..l. Tiir.t .'I.ii.' w t f f Ol l n.. rti po .iti"n to ----- ---- --- --- that they must do '<> nt once under the penalty For the 5th R "'"eut composed of the Militia or the same in its .

;,.1 li... .:ieivr.qj( ... ;..:. ..r.II; are.kaeiinaI.h. :p; I..1.* hoard t. t ..*xrla-i: io''ojrl,r rtlireii of other --- M-'HKET.-- -- of a double tax wbi..b the law directs in such caves Franklin ain Calhoun counti; ,.. most Sole certain Agent for the operations.United) Stiito?, ".

r 'fl'' r.Vitrit. .r... I..i.i IWi.io i.l ntilffr t. luaVe Lucas .ur M'ntiDl IIU. andrunvirtioii TAi.1-tiIA"uc. quite impossible! for him tn ctll on each one, as by
| Jackson Tin Ware.
county. Planished
( .. .... .J ..1L.ri. ill a ..!Jqo fall ,xtut any aid all in the market is in faror of the buyer.MUMLDg think be should d>> on t Japanned and
!.'I.: :'urtlt to tli* <-t ujion COTTOSTbl' turn tber d l.iy many seem t j ; I For the "ith Regiment; composed of tile Mi'itia! oCads'lcn 29 Pearl Street IVcw Yorl*.

..... ml>i oti diW-1'u..r our s
. -- \.-ifar*. HEIR TOLF, Cotton lirckfr come and render io -their ht to tb! A6t'I3I)1'' "|ho For the 8th Regiment, composed of tie Militia of --

(" x4IE.-1t):c.I. zc EW. t 2. AV.'.!a. ,/. Tuat *.r tltt ni it *minnily proper can be set'n,any time, at the Drug Stor o[ ir J. It. Leon county. TO TCIR1STU 31ERCHAMS 1S1TL\G G N. \ORE.

'VActb". )Iaft'S1 I::.-I. tin* Srmi'e to ...\ : hat the Matof r'!oiida' shall Ii* r.-pr.*oniedin hold the in1irte'tnn CKLODGF, No. 1. tine (JrcgcryiCo. L C. *)EMILLYTax F'.r the 9th Regiment composed of the Militia c J --
tube that .rrgularlm.
National (.V>a\.u. OII. BUETIinCN are reminded .\ .
... iat"Jne..I" |l.iII| Ii, eiteaJ ihe pruvi- i r..nl..ilt 'xics r for Leon county. Wakulla county.
.Oft clfulIv. lUltbnevening. '
>. l p ..f !>* tu .I &rt ..f 11.tri.litlUo llwUle aa.ILI I l. xiulh iiiBist tiuridina that and in sclwting w e mrst r*drlr;*!ate*- if of Ihe Lodge. takes plane r.A TRICK at the Macoute JIOUSTOfN. March 17. 'GO. 12.-till 1 let June [Sent. ropy. For the 10th Regiment,composed of the Militia oJefTeron THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL

1 ::. ltd Uo..a. jet arns'.ly and kert'I",: county. 305 A SOT nilOADWAV,
Mi'. King | ire.-ai.t! tli. Tk.*4tjt.ti fur thO S. Y.ii.kIn I lo eni.i Contention the T,'ry i Ust.hostn.talent the ton expo-fre- March IT. rtGO. An OrdinanceTo For the Itb Kcg'metit composed oflhe Militia oMadivm. CORNER FRANKLIN 8TEECT, NEW TOttK.
li..f 4rm.4iin (rum Sew Y rk tui r'.ruceoftheMatCBhouHlio =-:- --- -- .Taylor and Lafayette counties. which all traveller
ioii.ii.t4 includenitni the Jhicltn fighlitg vithinthe advantages sp
\l 04. i.u-r.t custom of inuI.ipUinz drl sate* to btrfistm cuts. tvpprttv jirartict of For the 12th ttegiment com posed of the Militia 01 POSSESSES be
lau l"rl.K(' of pratifyini the vanity ofroiiii4 lldu limttt of the I'ity of Ta'lahiisste. Iu location cannot aurpaweu.
'1 luJJrU lIven \\'af "]*. HIM! ln. 'afo J'-frtf -.\ for the PUrl"o4 should be andoned.. and Hamilton county. being oomvenit ot to the principal places of business
u\au w.. il_Uy er......o wliivh ili Sut> < 11.ultlrem and after apartments
and me nun.Vfr u> l / laid City,
only < counties
n>tt' jijit l>y a ute of..t to I". sai.l..i..I.1 -Foi-NewYork. Colombia New River and Suwanoee hundred well fafoirhed and well veimti-
have already two are
(beeent cod those III w of this I Ordinance the c.r pitting are
should practice
Li. iot iatin t ietraJ the 14th of the Militia o
.Vt.: 'ino iiHicavM .W II f Lett ta'.out: endexjwrience passage For the Regiment composed lated and being cood ot J vo he Europrn pU.
be d.) cn from the \ cry Hoha will load chickens for fizl.t and causing them to fight witbm ;
,:oo lu; 1..1..rlll'h'| bilL r-wUE Bark SAM'L MQXLEV, Alacbua county. visitors can live in the best style, with the great*- t
lit i'ir IloOiM. i.;.e luKucktcsJ till was faeJ by of the lien tAt.nt'r.1 i lotthe sele-tion! ofDclejratf .l with despatch for the above port For freight the aforesaid limits, shall! considered a nuisance For the 15th Regiment, composed of the Militia o economy. A large parlor,fronting on Broadwav,

\\nryr m..j.oril lime Meetinir tot- apply to BEARD A TEXHAM. and is hereby prohibited.SEC. Nassau county. extensive view ef that worH-
\ ; II., cho'o: of th That and commnoding an
iatroJwe IH *. vrhuli rn-uitd March 1''. 1860. 12 2. Bt it further ordainrd. any person 16th Regimetitcomposed of the Militia c
.Ifu..r.t t a rceulntiii Marls For the
!h. Monitln ti I.u t.. Vir./.nt. M. VTh'.t! ; -uil: h, O.T. St. asrsinst this Ordinance shall b. renowned thoroughfare lots been beautifully furnished
*.11 *n :
< iiiiori dull* for tLIcIIaq.ube vf incrcuHogt'io lowing ; or persons Clay and Dnval counties. vf Indies, and the general arrangements
; J. rltn. fur the
I nils .\. .arf. J. SI. < rw David fine of not less than ten nor more than use
1 A. M* SALE OFI subject to a Forthe I7ih I Regiment, composed "f the Militia o
afford the
rivouuc.WMMIISCTO. 'icfill.1. s. T. of the House are inch,as to greatest
II. K. r.Mrr. A. J. -1II11H". V. ID. fifty dollars for each and every offence, at tbe discretion OOIlIl
rutn.im It:8.
'. 1'. M. Midler O. IL '1imii.mi4ea : I Lands. One half to to the Marshal St. Johns ana comfort to frutsts.TBC .
Day. Wm IF. ( .ne. I Internal Improvement of the go For the 18th Regiment, composed of the Militia of connected with
*. Mtivh IX-Tit* loin! -... ia litenat 1 T. J\ill;. Vi'iu. 11. tluibty.Ou I who is hereby required to arrest all persons ao offending Ixrca.iATioNAL HOTEL is

:. y..('."' was tW a vutiBuai ..f the niail i motion the procce-iinar* (:th'u me,linc: were I B order of the Board of TrusUes of the Internal and the residue to 'he use of maid city. Marion For the county.19th Regiment composed of the Militia of TAYLOR'S CELEBRATED SALOO.VS.

i.TO fr.fl Cliarlrdi -avaaaaX wa pctiuwii. ,'dew !I ordor.sl to l>* puV.li.-hcd in the Lake City papers. Improvement L .1.Fund notice if.kf hereby' given unrter that tbeact Passed March 12tb. I860. Sumler. Volusia.Oraag and Brevard counties. Accommodating over ene thousand persona,ia mbi'Ii
I I .iuostvd to eonnrmeu tn tile Mate w. Monda D.-P.
.opy.Thein all lanns Inlendaot
> Yolk turreitanta.In 'I and tli* Tal'iahnn" i-ip-rK aiv re 1 S41.(commonly designated "10- HOGUE For tl e 2<>th I Regiment.eompoeed of tbe Militia of visitors can have their meals,or,if they desire,Uv-v
of 4.
U Mr. Too.oml" introiloced a etin tlun adjourbtsLT September CHAS. HtrrcmNsoN, Clerk.
the Sritate t. *> have not heretofore Attest- Levy Uenuuivlu ILlUburoujh and Manatee counties will be served in their own apartment The fern
bid; to e'ta,.!'.-ta' a uiii';: na, naIl nrt llill I ------ -- ternal Icnpr ivement Land.'w..b March IT, 1860. 12 in the Saloons and Hotel is acknowledged by
tieiaeJ I. I been oift'red for ale, will be subject ti priTnte
In the II.tf.Milr.. YalUndinir'ian.. ; ; ) of we ire "lIIii'J ihit tie .. of the Militia of hotel its the
.- tlin4ijorily men tint of June with .r the 21 t Regiment, composed to be superior to that of any
from and after the thy next, epicures
iiKTrti the i .iiii-t, who entry
taW ep thi ch!
revive a 1'iil rt.i&v stig ,IH| iinvtliitie btTt .iil t ; but t<\ I I ol the "Georgia Fractions.1 An OrdinanceTo Dffde and Monroe counties. city. i. TAYLOR, rroprUtor.
It the exception
[iroi.i'mon 'lor arn-iu-: the Militia.A know it* .onsnn. it* nature and its cupabiliti.s it I Persons owning improvemeus on any of raid lauds Repeal M much of the third Sretton tf an Ordnance \. For one t'a;>uin. one First Lieutenant and one March 10, 1860. 11-ln
the eltmentc
tom nuthoriiiiiL'; prk>po ils r.r transportsThe nd4tfdl'mixture: of th"M beautiful Lientenai.t of each Beat Compauy iu
I to Seeund every
: a will have the in tnreriog the same entitled.A" Orditianre more effectually r
OIUJ preference provided
T;.4 .t'lbe C I"raD! J lu..il t.:wru t.e tlaltic iU--r ,- varjiiii' fi rra..l. cometh ami.oi.t .
\\hich.in and if UM State.The P7L
the fIf'I1Q/of such inmrovtmeut be filed ou or tin disturbing of the public txace 900.1 oo" ty WARDEN
tteainetilym pretest
1'.ait I'.. _ui. octan, the prociou opal, I ordered to ,
: air. the liquid diamond I before Lbe' first of June. Where two or ownimprovements order of! the C\ly f Taliahaire. patted "l4f,. Judges of Probate are hereby appoint
__ __ _-'- ) the rtill more precious ; or in due time tot said
4 ?. sin the I on the same tract. 11P. person actually June, 1841, Itereiiiaftcr f'rfll'iJtJ.SEC1'IOX trwj necessary iuspect4 DLLU i'11atrrs5

Platrarm ofidvar ISatrK, .f3Il..oarl. d.-Uoale blue lieU and the violt-t, the amcrynth.blue-grau residing on said tract will have the pr fere.ee-_otherwise 1. Be it Ordained ly the Intendani nJ election, and snake returns of the same, in the manner -
and the roN-bud t'ie *j>oar of the said Act of the General Assembly (Cloths! Jrhctr
; prescribed by !
lily such ioifrotemttitVill
'1 ii M Lftui* DtMvefut tin iii: aiul the cedar wf Lebanon l ; or, December !2J, 18S9. ,
.lltical in.trrct : and ,-t be preferred. In cases coiJl.cUng, tlv contesting much of the said third eectioo as requires rtici approved
'ueiUou of curriut i noble heart y M have hereunto set
.i pinions toucliirg I th. lovclit eye. pali.it/Uirg'rhiee arejewols of which I parties must present the evidence upon which theirclaim chants and shop-keepers to pay a special license tax In testimony whereof. my SferIlig Silrer, Fine Plated Ware,
and caused be affixed the
"u.l..rfullin band to great
:- more is based before me on the first of J 11ft. that a arucles enumerated the fit-stat.
..ill. composed, and out of which the husbandman to sell any L. S. seal of the State of Florida. Done at the i:3:7: : HS: :? ITT QPC-X3- ,
Since the di,"lutiftn of tli* Vlii I'artJ' Ju.lr el : the \ the food hun- decision tnay be made upon their re p*
(>uU-s lialronSvrtilirifl with no| c.\itie"lu1'IIlIi.ut.: *o unhiM-dingly nTH to force the furrow cl From my decision an appeal lies to vie Boyd of deadly weapons, be and the annie is hereby repealed : Capitol in the city of Tallahassee, this 7th TALLADAMtR, rLoalba.tOr.ler.Iai' .

li.in. Vuil, ccTntlMW-I.** liot wi'hhi-lJ the publicxprobriun 1 I' Jd cnJI..neiortli itA he turns 1-e broken by I Trustee From and afler the firt-t of June the *Internal Pforided, That nothing in this Ordinance contame day of March, A. D., 1860. I flair Work from over ISO due 2sil.

< ofli'H'I.tIo'1 j on each of the .IUt.1ti<>i)i the fl.i-I.i.) th* sleep of lit* thoughts"IIrted by plow Improvement Lauds" will be cold fvrtaih shall be so construed u to authorize the wearing 01 I M. S. PERRY I March 3. ISbu. 10

\. Inch LftTti l>vn .Iflwt'nl, rint:* that.t. IKv the reflection\ till*earth thus up of the my ahea ol : oily, ten per rent being reducted fioru thi fewer such weapons concealed, as prohibited by said Ordinance Gviernor of Florida. :
in .
:isa frctl ".I.i:. .11"! 'HIS .1..i:" .to..1. r v ign Zni.v "!,Aro'. i"i 4joubil a composed part the W< of tlpant. price of 14th June, 1841. By the Governor-Attest:

.1{ ]> ".,' -:....!n'Mvn in tli.;, \ot.o'r.r it. not ancestral htroes whose df'eol""r the plotie ory in.. \ I also hereby notify all persons who are indebed to Pa-wed tb March 12th. I860. F. L. Yn.LcrK.rc, I Disolut1on."PilE .
reinaiii are
1. anti .j.01illi ii'. li<* "..11J l and a!i.>-* mortal I instalment'oote, given for tbpur D. P. 110QUE lotendaot. &cretary of State.
'd' i. unvli-pui-wj | the bodies or! the Trustees upon eopartnership of T. HAYWARD i SOX
1..1" .. tof'l'lI of tli! t'1'i.a1| out .f,.ill.l are building )f er- *.* All paper in the State copy four times ands 1
'il ..u;! Lu.iiau j>'.iil.ility m- rf'\- chase of Internal Improvement or Swamp and. Attest-CriAs. rJcrcHi.xsox. Clerk.: _L was dissolved March 1st. by the retiremetit of
ol'Mixwnfi in the ITm'f'l Mttes Scnati.r < lilt-H tu 4!). that s-\id notes bare-been, Onderorderof nd bills tit the Executive Department.March
tikes : Lands 12
fiowed 1860. -of
r.-& : I March 17. 11 T. Uayward. who desires to close up the bo me *
<-* lit i\\.1.1..11.l nrr Tliere i. a practi. quite 1 the late firm as speedily aa porsiMe persons
iocios t that tin C.itif. lWr &' IT.- the fir
lie receive
I 1'iit /inioii cnJ 1.l'Ilc'i. Austin, who u authorized to mojey
in | tidies of the pr.ntIII!,. Notice.SIX indebted to them are respectfully solieiteH to conic
,, the! TVrritotie i among \oting CORLEY.8r.le.mlD ; Notice.
'r ;; prevalent HUGH A. :
nlo't nti..o ckVnllavrry o tir
: .e-Misid the of tie ,
iifhioiied enoiurh to aame. i without delay and their dae. One t
old ( Trusses of this tic.
.. t1..ro'r.1'1) I.t b 1000tt'liu.-.l t. v hieli >\* are of the Bard of weeks from the fi-st publication *> < pay
j. ';; I'' t1J.t their daguerreotvpe I W found tLe-'r old stand (nor / .-- -
of the 9tt.- will always at
.. W* allude to I tbnd.tST will to the Judge of Probate i ADJOURNED MEETING
ilhca apply
.. T. rrkfiich w' fvn. ac srry intprvpvr. I of the Internal Improvement undersigned AN
juy riii* > hidl tW'IUIlt (ree 1 of lheiii.\. to yunnfr nin a lio art Herald Icksonville I of Leon county for letters of adraioltrtton ot'e -, .lers of the Union Bank of Florida will beheld I pied by A. F. HAYWARD. tat t tad bathe cotUetion -
irr the .\.! :1.101. ofi I/o I Florida Sentinel Eastern
'l' ly "We consider it iuddicat "I \Vdnevnv! ot the afoieuid tlati.rrcU .
thai. inertly acquaintanci- Comranion estate of BarUioIotcew tiolt (deceased late 0 at their office in Ta'Iahajree. ,
>t I..JW fv.l*<.ro1..lt toO it* .iui..hwn; ator.l.!id that Standard Newoansrille Dispat.ch.-HOIWI T. H.\iWAHD .t 8iN.
iiny :
on 'uvltvr i1 tl>e" 1i..jl..t; J..reIt are amy till Juntlst. said county. WM. T. TAYLOS.Marth ?8tV March! n-xt. C. G. E.VGLI81I Cash. I'
I." I"u'r l t.\n !?I'ue'2"I''t.t e.tcry gin} hotdd' hold herself K> heap a* thi*." and Tampa reoiD""l'r. ropy I l-6w )anhS.I! O. \Q .( 8, ISCO. I Lb Sentiaa! -
rde Ii. Jl360.
v. :
4eI1iv .is'g
; 1..1 tblt t11n rl 1J nvit 'u D1 i it it of eo"* all rihtT.tn:; Narchl.jS. 1: '
f z,.. Le.i CGlt"thuti..otUl$ fUII'r : ; ". the tii. 1 11h ao accepted lorrr ,


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-p --- NA 5H CO.

& WINTER GOODS.PBAT02ITJS I CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. r r0 FANCY GOODS FANCY GOODS! HOSTE BITTERS Dealers JeST received in from Drags Nw,>Medicines rk per bark R H &I .

't -0-- a general a Surtrre it of articles m on .al.
,'a.*ta. such Oils of almost eve ; .
: & CLARK 5.5. of Drp1'1 1niglw" I f.1 lan'l.ntruhl y'I
Peh. & Geo. cr. Eiwll and other
I Tallahassee & i Jlatiilesep. has 01 .lpIl I White Lead, Zinc Inlt

I A.thcir row receiving FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE. ompatt StmMf.. ariHma or Ant"**, ,)/rl/Jr eioruJ tVuw.sbytentery. ,14110" I but quahly. Putty. Bruoho'S Putal. Siam !Ga.rk '
7pg1 I "
RAIL-ROADS. CWc; Cholrr Ja ..t. Gelatin...Lm, o:Mustard. I rlt nrn.j I" r .
t-\Jl avd M'ttitrr S'orl member of for mmhiernal .a, Pt r.
.view of the fact that ,I purpose. Sp I 1"0 h
I'I'I ever
of (;oI. far J/i n't i the human family rt more or subj.-ted to Ilk.Quinine Peruvian r.Fluid ExtrsrtAt. p'
Wear. 2* Hit I I of the above complaints, besides innumerable ic_ and a general assor moot of Popular pMniicincs. """

Clothing Department 1 I some other conditions in life "hih. \\ keep nor Lit the very t.t-;

and ., ; and after Moodav,tile 2Ut day of JK o\.ember'l aVRtiS J@J i..AW EN t by the assistme ef a little knowledge I Ilope to merit jotr putronaf C':
we hare tW Lvgert ;: I O L :
le:9. the Cars will leave as follow., exercise of common sense,they may b abe lllLESNsh1dct

Best A in*the!ortment City.ever cznit.J offereil -- : Leave Monticello .. .. . 6.30 A. M. so to regulate their habits of diet, wit I Marc 29, 1856 18 .

k 1ii part of Black: and Colored Cloth) Frock and i Arrive nt Tallahassee . . 845 A. M. NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET, the assistance of a good tonic, secure permanent this

r I ing Sack Coats Fancy Catsimere Suits Black and Fancy Leave Tlllbhal\Sf'e. .. . . 915 A. M. health. In order to accomplish to M, BLACK.S1lTBING !

Ca8irn're and Tweed Pants. black and fancy Silk Aniu at St. Marks . .. 1045 A. M. HEW YORK desired object the true will course pursue natural .
Pilot I . . . 1.40 P. M. certainly.that which produce I TIIE .
Marks. .
Velvet and Cloth Vests Black and Blue Beaver. Leave St. the least hazard of vital i tf>xvn. and has opp>f1 n Sl .p intjtip
and' 'rive Tallahassee .. . 3.10 P. M. state of things i I ?C
Cloth Fancy Cues. Montebellv 'Murphy' A at for tins end Dr. Hostetterhas the same building with Mr Kului C.ir-Egt
Over Oats A full assortment of J I Leave Tallabawce .. . ... 3.30 P. M. WHOLESALE DEALER IN strength introduced and life ; this country a prepara nave Sho1>, opposite t!change: wlnre alt.ki, .

BOYS AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING Arrive.tMonticello. ... ... .. 5 30 P. M tion HOSTETER't STOMACH ; of Black! 'smithing b dime wit!. r.eanf,,'

Children's- Suit*. Round Jackets, Black Brown and I Connecting at Monticello with Post Coaches via Combs Pins, Writing! Deslc, Jewelry, cant, is not a new I ,despatch. He can ,ilb ( ,,..rKrwlio I, t.
ThomaSTille to Albany evening of the week Watches that has been for have fur W .ImrwT
Fancy Cass lnere Sack and Frock Coats Punts I every Needles. Work Boxes, medicine but one tie patronized Iir 1"rtI"r.
aud Vests Silk and \'elt't't"ests.. Cloth excepting Sunday and three time a week connecting Musical ]lI l'are years, giving satisfaction t all 1 .if his woik. IS P.\\t"
1 OverCoats.FURNISHING with Coaches running to Madison, Luke City, Buttons, Porte Monaies, &ationery, t used it The Bitters operate powerfully upon January 8.1P58. !.-tfI
Bearer and batinet
Baldwin and Jacksonville. Threads P&rle Folios, Perfumery, the stomach bowels and livt. ( ____.___ h ___ _

GOODS AND ALSO Wood and Willow Ware, dc., Ac., them to a healthy and vigorous of strengthening action, ana I Plank Road"All Right!
the simple :
Shirts, thus by process
White and Fancy Marseilles Collars and Silk.Lmenjfiosom MertW and Shaker Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrivalof. And article in tbe notion line rcqui-ul by the Southern Merchant.SPECIALITIES. :\ nature, enable the system t triumph over TMI1E undersized i havinfj purchased tlieenr I ,, ,..
Byron and Garrot and which returns before the departure of the every disease Diarrhoea, or flux so J. t.res i'f the Georgia A rion.la ,
Me. ____ dysentery : P1llk )
and Drawers.
Flannel Undershirts with the line of Mail Steamers between -4- and the l R
I Half TrAin; and generally contracted stter. I Company will put amu 1 pi-od : .,yr;
I ntw'. Brown and White Cotton New Orleans, Key West and Cuba, and intermediate caused principally by the : watr This may be relied on. The rates f Mis IIUT '

Hose White and Colored .Cambricand points on the Gulf, arriving at St Marks,on their way NtrDLra. II'! LAWRE.NCI'S STEEL Pr8Tnz PLArvcsLrncraac: and diet will be speedily regulated by a durt some 25 pel cent. To persons at rwt6wishing '*

Silk Handkerchief, Suspenders to Key West on the 17th and 2nd or 3rd of each LAWBENCT'S "GaovELEW: PrarKCT"EnD I. LAw5eCES GOLD Pays. wA aiNtrD.LAWaitscE's brief use of this preparation Dyppia I t. iitrici by lbs season a,uh.I.) 1 '
and and at St. Marks on their to LAWMNCK'S "OairvrAi. COLOOE. \ is i the tuiious l <
month arriving way disease which probably tK n will he
|l LA"'BE'.CEB: "LEAD PENCILS, ALL STILES; a mn.le fut Cf..tlt Me
Braces Buck. Calf New Orleans on the 15th and 29th of each month. -SotTHERHtts; : FAVOIlITL" nnd spool when taken in all its various forms, than abused in this region an.! "D this no,,,! I <4I,( ..t.r'S..nwl.ly
Thread Silk THREAD m balls, small and large on
the Train OSNABURO SEWING of which may alwaysbe .
Whenever these days come on Sunday Also quality of other the cause niui t f r u lie
a superior ;
Neat and any pay f.L SailorJfduetioi
and Black Kid Cloves; Faucy and Particular attention to paikiug. ml
t White Colored I will run on that (',y to connect All goods warranted equal to sample: and as represented. given attributed to derangements of the dig- made t.. thote runninl : suit K n/:
Black. Silk Ties,Stocks Ac. Also memoranda, suppled purchaser on application cured ( lt
J. L. RANDOLPH, Sup'l.tff convenient Catalogues with tive onrun can b team!by the hISOU. whei armnrrement ar. B1
An Extensive: : Assortment of : The Qnincv Republic,Flwritia Sentinel,Fam. November 26! 1859. 47-1 y ------- using llQSTETTER'S STOMACH For Ixf..reund. JEIfK: llf'l1.sp.) ,
-------- bottle.
Cloths.Cassimeres and Vesting.Fancy Coatings,Ac., ily Friend and M'adi&cn Messenger will change the ------ o per directions on the Ui.'li.inls l Mill, April 9, '3?. 13

ft which they are prepared to Manufacture Fashionable to Order at, : advertisements( in their papers so as to conform to FALL & AV1STE11 GOODS.o I I0 WOOD, EDDY & CO.'SGEORGA this d disease Bitters ever some physician kind, then will why recons no I --
L the shortest notice and iu the moat tin above. AND D.ELAWAKE ; article known to be infallible t Notice.
Reasonable All in want.: of GOOD 47 --- an
Nov 15, IS59. --
.. : CLOTHING ncr would do well' to give us a calL I HE subscribers are now opening an extexiivt STATE LOT'FEEIES Every country have, and their strengthening Bitters asa rrnntlve SIX nvmtlis after date tje. 'IOItrign.11111') !

It October 15. I89.4! and well assorted Stock of t of disease aol them a _: ."t hi* filial accim-ils _ftd -
-- in among
the general
system f Probnts ol' as adniinitrati
i> county
H.OGQ. :UES-W' I860. I FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Grand CapitalPrize$100,000 there. is to be found from a more whom healthy this estate of J.n) ,'niin. tt'u"o I tat. t'I'LJ.
than the Germans .
FALL WINTER STOCK. to which they wouU respectfully Invite the attention _. .._- l opl. emanated based nj-ou 1...itxprim..nt e.em.tj., ......t.Jw-J. .-1 ,J. _
of In addition to their usual' preparation attended to advance WILLIAM K .sritOMAX. AdBrOcttlxrI.
intending purchasers.
I I m :; The Grad Extraordinary Drawings wb.ch; !: "
ftlsoopening : I839
I are
clotLthey in tnO IflCmNotice.
Joseph Weber, : assortment ol Youths Ythi0Z. a of Wood, Eddy Co.'s Three Number Lt lil.itah this great preparation -
a supply of Boys and : in public, under the Superintendence medical scale of sience.
MERCHANT TAILORAND class of goods hitherto so much needed to meet the follows: .
1 America" tf Tallahassee.: Sworn CmmillioDcr' n
t demands of the Young 18G. FEVER AND AGUE. Months altar slate,
DEALCB IS Class Ni,. 96 Drain Saturday }Ftlrunry 28, C1 IX 1.11:1 present 1M g
Clothing Their Stock consists in part of Class Vis. Jtrair SaturJay, March 31. I860.Clatt trrtag and provoking disease, ..ic flies Usreleotlm Cl account and .." Hun Juf-.:. .,,:
Beady-Made I T
Ladies Dress Goods : .. Hit Dram lml'IY. April 28, 1860. grasp oo the body of man,rung h t bite! of Lem county as administrator i.f the [:.
v- ArD GESTLE1IES. short of time,and of John :S.: \\ i'c! .'X, d.r4111.I, late of ,| '.
a space
t lhadow
.. 1 PRIZE TO EVERY k men rdt !
Grott'nRhine NEARLY Tl]}: I
Watered Dress ,
and Irons aut a.lminirt
Fumishing Goods, '-=, \ I Black figured aim physically and mentally useless, can b deea aad :-I for a .1-1.\rc. ; I
Colored Silk Robes,Plaid and figured colon d the of nOSTETTKR'8 RARFIELD AJPept '
I IIs from the body by :
Tallahassee, Fla, -. Silks, a fine assortment of"all rooT DelalnesPrut. GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS and ill rzs. Farther any of the above in, is: !. jlmRICHDSONS
now receiving at the old stand of Weber & I ed Cashmeres, Debaiges and Lustres an assortneot To take place as above specified. RENOWN not contracted when exposed tAI !: :_
Dacnlttimer," next dour to R. If Bcrrj's Auc I I of Cashmere Robes Emb'd Collars Marseilles Cul eae diseases can b the

tiou Rooms a large and well selected assortment of lars, white and colored, Eiib'd and Hemstitched 1 Grand Capital Prize of ordinary conditions producing And as them it neither I creates Bit

Fall nnd Winter Goods I Handkerchiefs, a general assortment of Swiss,Jaco a u a*p don and rendering nnncccsary : '
(UIIT1U. IN PAul Of :ELA'VV"TBOB.N"'SDIPROYED net and Thread Edgings and Insertions. Musht and ; S3LOOOOOZWHOLE oaosea (o olend.the p&a Interruption usual p- ::: : :N ,
of diet t DAMASKS DIAPERS ic.CO .
Casaimcref, Vesting*. Fancy Coatings, DOUBLE LEVER SCREW Cambric Flouncing Dimity Bands. Black and White ,change o
Cloths, .
I Prize of healthy
of sleep
1a ic., which he is prepared to make up tu Cotton Packer. Blond Lace, Bonnet Belt and Cap Ribbons, Velvet 1 2 Prize Prizes of." 50.(0 j 10 Prize of $1/0 50 aull the bu promotes II thus rumored as ip ediy digoD I SI' ERS ot RlfHAUF's L.,,."', nl, I..
20(00 ol tar ,
cml.lint obtaining imi
and [
order, in a workman like manner, Ribbons JtlfUS /rntM
'I of .
and fl
H. NOW OFFERS to the Prizes of" 10COO 65 Pnze 110 with the production of a thorough
1- on the most reasonable ternie.i1 THE SUBSCRIBER put Book Muslin, Cheek Muslins, 2 fjtttil pnent see that the articles they ptuckis art stoeU *
of "
.3 Hawthorn's Improved Double Lever Sere? Curtain M 2 I'rizea of. 6,000 :I 65 Prizes ': cur*. the I full name ol the firm,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, Jaconet t Prizes of 60
Prizes of. advanced
Cotton Pack..r.f..r S'\\"i88" Cambrics, 2 : For years J. S. CIllIALDSON, sores A OHI'EX
Black and Colored Cloth Frock nod Sack Coats, 2 Prize. of. 4,000 I 65 Prizes of 50 i
;LJ Fancy Cawimcrc :Suite: Black and Fancy Cassimere packing ONE OR TWO BALES at a time by; raris" Tarletons, 2 Prizes of... 3.000 4,810 Prizes of 40 Who are inHering from a enfeebled constitution and a a guarantee of tLe sounduers and Uurabilitv 0(4.( ,

c7al and Tweed Petite Black and Fancy Silk Velvet and I either hand or horse power; and for ease sp ed am Nainsook: Muslins Lawns 2 Prizes of. j i27,040 Prizes of :0 IcBrm body, Ue Bitter* a invaluable ai a r.tn (Gcxwl
I Cloth Y'osts ; Black Cloth and Beaver Over-Costs I safety in packing. stands without a parallel. I Brilliants white and colored Bobinet and Silk Illusion 2.00 of .tng1 and Vigor,and need'only t b tried This caution is ren
together with a full assortment of have one of these screws on my firm with which I Kid Gloves, Gauntl. '!U,Silk and Thread Gloves 32,396 Przt amounting_. to........ ......._.. $1.186S6. to b Ipna. And t a mother wuil where mining the, large quantities of inferior nd I defective LinenU I( '
---- .
--- especially
-- --
have successfully packed both one and two bales at -- ----- -- -- these B.t a Id pns prepared), season after *ew>n and seale'l tr>tb C I
Boys and Youth's Clothing; a time, and can safely say, it is the best thing for &c., Ticurrs f 20; Huns f 10 Qi ARTIES |5 ; mother's nourishment i inadequate t the demand mine: of Axrr, <<>M, by IrMh houses, 'b rf Ti,
made up in the most approved st)"le oi fashion, and packing Cotton, Hay or Tob&cco. that has ever beeiinvented Bonet Bloomer EIGHTHS 250. of the child,consequently her strength must yield, lesS of the injury thus inflicted alike on th. \rfl

I of th. very best materials.FURBISHING!. and its operations need only be seen to be Silk 'Whte Colored French Certii.te of Packages will be Bold at the follow I and her it is wbl'r a good tonic,inch.Hostetter's consumer anil the man'lf. tlrer.of the geDu>nei;,i.(

GOODS, believed. Straw Bonnets Ladies and Bomer rates the risk: Stmb Bitlen U needed t(impart templrng will not readily abandon a business so J".I.J: |

White and Fancy Marseilles and Ijnen Bosom Being sole owner of the patent right for the Unite< Crepes, Wreaths, Rusches end \ Certificates ot Package of 26 Whole Tcket*299.00 a vigor to the system. I.lie < &t me while purchasers can b i.up with (,os.h

ftliirts:\ Brron, and Carrot Collars, Silk Merino and States I am prepared to dispose rights foi tenito- 26 Half 14950 b this remedy ro all case of deUIity.and before e .uFthlt'r character.
bhaker Flannel UnJeielnrts and Drawer Merino, I ties of any tire that may be desired.I Mantilas : I to 26 Quarter 74.75 doing ask your physiin. ,!*>, if he is acquaintedwith J. BULLOCKE 4 J n LOCKE Ap llf' .

%.. Brown and White Cotton half Hose White and Colored am also! engaged,; in having the Screws built in A Cloaks and Mantillas 26 Eigbth" 37.37 the virtue of the Bitters, WiU recommend their 36 ( : ., cw tOIL ';

Cambric and l Silk Hdk'fo.. Suspenders. Duck I this i and adjoining count!??. Person wishing then general of all colors, sizes and prices. -.- use in all case of weakness. Sept 24, 1859. h ;1

'I 4 Casfimere Thread,Silk. White Colored and Black built this season, will leave l their orders at. and for: Velvot Mantillas, Chenille Points, Chenille and THE ORDINARY DRAWINGS CllTIOV.-We caution the public against

Kid Gloves ; Fancy and Black: Silk Ties Stocks, &c.I : further particulars addrefs the subscriber: at Boston. Wool Shawls, Knit Shawls. u.il any of the many mutations or court TIE GREAT LYEiTIOOFTHE1CE!
Confident of his ability to give entire satisfaction. Thomas county, Georgia. 01 Wood Eddy A Co's Single Narnber Lotteries- terfuts, but ask furHosTima's CIUBRATKDSTOMACH
Le pectfully solicit* a call from those in want of Oct 1. '59. 40-6m JAMES C. HOWELL. Goods. will take place in public a follows: ITU and see that each bottle :
---- Fancy Staple Dry (\ words .Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach Gear's Machine for Cutting, Planing.
aouhmi; ill hm !me. JOSEPH:: W E EltOctolwr -- Class 65 Draws on Saturday March 24, 186 his die Ia
TtTPLMTERS" French and A March 31, 1860. Bitten" blown on the side of the bottle,and &c. Forms in .
15, 1859 42 Fancy lriDta. EDg1ih ml'ric Potl'd Class 66 Draws on Saturday the dig. Irregular
Merinos, April 7, 1860. on the metallic cup covering !/
Draws Saturday stamped
Class 67 on -.o--
SEW, (GOODS x-l \\VGUO( DS.) NO YANKEE_ HUMBUG. Erlston Ginghams Frenh Englith Chintz, Black Alpaccas, Class 68 Draws on Saturday, April 14, 1860 ., observe the that our autograph signs rIllE undersigned has Income- th" owner nl llJL
Silk and Cotton Velvets, White Marseilles Printed Clan 69 Draws on Saturday, April 21, 1860. lure on labL1'Jplrd and sill this valuable noeL I

Southern-Inventions-- Opera Flannels. Ladies and Gt'Dt White Merino Claw 70 Draws on Saturnay April 28, I860 O" and ssld I f IIOSTETTER a Florida right, cud t he use now ..ffer> individual suit <"-BCI I.

Myers & Gorman \eltll. bleached and and brown Shirt. and and She brown ting. NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY.NINE TICKEKTS.To SMITH, riltsbor-h, Pi., and sold by all Rights to any who may desire to purcla.ie (tnt I j'

Patented June 21s/, 1859 by R av. JAMEIPJEKLKR Sheeting brown and -- -- lirussKts, grocers, sod dutt't generallythrooguent the Machines cnn be seen in operation st ant tri
t.'OW IN TORE A Drillings, Satinets, Denims, Canada SosthAmerUa of I. W. Bowen the _.
HAVE DRA"INGTo the Tailed States, the it Tallaha K-
and Beautiful Block .- I : of Tallahassee, Flo striped Osuaburgs, Irish Lnl'ns. Hosiery GeoriaKf'nt'ys ORDINARY Depot.llhp The machine is simple m its construct sI1.t.J

vf Goods to which they wouldrespectfully < and Plains, Bed Blanket Negro Blankets, take place a above specified. and Cermany. to cut n i itf -
"< grease ineiy
I "
invite attention; connoting ..f. Tis: PEELER'S VARIETY STEEL BLADE l/luc 5.'..'_ .-4 ...b.ta.Gent's I GRAD PRIZE OF.$50O SCOVIL < MEAD.NCW and surface than any ,d-r yet iu\"ellt'J hrf:11a tu*-
Gt'Dtlll'iDe -- ------ : LA.Vbole.ale .,
Cued Le\ers OUIEAV
Oetits Fine Gold Hunting ; jnicity is equal to twenty in,MI. ard jo some ties -
silver Lever.Anchors and Ix>pmes, Ladies Fine :ri1cw Clothing.Black 1 Prize of. .20,000 i 1 Przelof. \ Agents. but .
60 . 6.0 woik much more. It (icetip-es sn allcpiee-n
k f all d. --- --- -- 1" 10,000 .
Clo "> cnption N1SJI A.CO
O..ld Watchon I 1.
; but Stock for kind of Cloth Coats Doeskin CoatTweed,Satinet, . 100 .. 400 Sold by E. B\RN.\RDtJr", from three to four fuel squ;irp is Ilf.ielt-a", squires
naandCoral S'tts one i : Tallahasmee,
I Hn FJorcritme.M *aic,C.tmot,l": =REQUIRES any 5.tJO .. ., and .\ !& but little to drive '
Broolie, Uur Uing Bra<*eltts, Gold Guards I I\> Blade,ten of which may be put on, fasttned and Beaver Coats. Buffalo, Beaver, Sealskin, Back 1" ... 4.(10; 100 .. 300 Florida. ]n>wer Every N, :
aud difficult work in house .C.tFurniture >
Vest nnd Fob Clmn Ladies Chatalams, and taken off,in one minute Cloth and Satinet Overcoats and Capes. Fancy 1" .... 3.000 I 100 .. 150 April V. 1859. 15-ly n..J :; w '
subeoilllillsidecnd cullliation !, Tweed and Fancy Satinet Pants i to ICO Carri.egeVtri anti Ciusgr BU UJIJic 1
Is to sod general Doeskin, "
I Gold Diamond Guard Opal Fob and ami Ruby Badge Rings Keys:, I adapted, and may be turned into a ouhlt"plow i i eiml Fancy Cassimere Vet! Silk Satin and Italian Cloth lO Gifts Gifts Gifts .. Ac; and can d IHJ turned out by it with aftuihLiij,
Plum Gold Ping., G('nt I?"!oin Pins; Seal*, desired, and is so constructed that a seed planter maj Vests. Linen bosom Shirts and Collars. Mar.eie .Approximation rnzt. {l.h'b. JERE RICH.t CDJnlr : -

L;:ckets, Cliirmn. G..ld Pens and Pencil I 1-.-.. attached to it the cost of which will not exceet Shirts and Collars; Woollen Panto and Shirts, dc 4 Prizesof$400 approg.to $50,000 prize..ae f1t I lGii9. 29lyNotice. 1",
dollar.; -- a 20.000 &, CO.'SflREAT
Case, Gold Tooth Picks Gold and Silt one 4 800" EVANS '
Gold and Silver; Every part is detachable and adjustable to itself 20" "
>'er Spectaclrs.:: Boy's & Youth's Clothing.Cloth 4 10,00 1.100 j
, TLimb'cs.! ic: Ac The stork which may be made of common pine 4 225" 6.00" \10 BOOK STORE! .
T -- -- plank, is so simply constructed and there being no Frock. Tweed Cassimere and fancy Satinet 4 200" 4.00" 8(0 SOUTHERN GIJ'T OIX months aflj r the first'pudicstion of t'nO er

: Silver "Ware.rlairi weld in the iron part that the whole. plow! may be cat& Satinet OYlack,. blue pilot and blue 4 150" 3.UO" 600 -0TIIIPD- tlC! ili.uiidtrenciLastnjnietcttr of tie f'Mf j

Threaded Table, Desert and Table Spoons readily put up by the cou.monest Smith after once oversacks, fancy Cassimere Pantsblack CasSimcr 4 100 1,500 400 YAR f Elizabeth Campbell ileciascd, Ute of Ln eec t
I- m .. 0 .. II Forks, obtaining a correct pattern. < and Tweed Pants dc.Hat.. 5.000 prizes of 20 arf'.1 0.00 or tJ will pre "nt his final account and ,., lot /

.. Salt nnd Mustard Spoons, Farmers may even fit their present supply oi -- ENTERPRISE IN NEW ORLEANS lon Judge of Probate. of Lena count*and ask ti J
Soup La
t, Ice Cream Knives, Butter Knives, Napkin Rings, for this stock.PEELER'S. A fine assortment Pocket Hats blnc1rf'ucl \: received the strongest assurance oft ih? Dee 17. 1859. 50-Cui Alu': .
--0- Ihu
Children's Knives and Forks., Cups, Silver SnuffBoxes Cassl'n re,Plantl'r Hungarin,Lead,Smoke, Wlon TIKT$1; ; QtATB HAVING of our customers heretofore by their

.. : Card Catcs.nod Port Monaies MANURE DISTRIBUTOR: ,Slate Maine Antique Saxony Hats. Certificates of in the Ordinary Drawingswill continued patronage, we would peclfully inform Notice.

WARE.- ADAPTED to the sowing and distributing any b /s and children's hat in every style. Gent's glazed be sold at rackgl following rates, which is the ri kCertificate : them and all who are desirous of obtaining I valuaWe months after (date the undersigned wid
PLATED ami fertilizers whether fine orcoarllt' moleskin hats, and bell bools for and for the SIX p
hats, fashionable straight of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. $80 library, also.fine presents his final accounts and voucher to the JI
Tia Setts plated on German Silver, Beautiful Patterns cither in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or I shaped, Men andfloy'a cloth cape, silk plush cap. a a 10 Hal to 40 parlor table, that by constant addition to oar Stock., or I' of I on county, as JmnutlrmV-r es lit
of Silver plated Ca-tors, Waiters.Pitchers wagon on a plantation may be readily fixed fur this 10 Quarter .. 20 we have now on hand A larger and more cb..ic collection estate.of. Adam.Gramlmg. deceased, late of

r CtU lUrkct.. Butter Di-h'll,Card Banket. purpose at a trifling cost Boots and Shoes.A 10 Eighth .. 10 nf standard and miscellaneous books consisting county, and ask to be discharged therefrom. a

Fruit Stand Sugar Baskets, Candlesticks The undersigned is now--the -owner of the State assortment of Ladies and Misses Gai of Bibles Prayer Books, Annuals Albums and A. I' ORAMLINO. Ajar

t Goblets! Cups. &;(., Ac.: Right of F.ondi.: for those inventions. The County tens A Buskins\! large and Slippers of every quality and size In ordering Tickets or Certificates enclose the late publications, than has ever been RETAIL offered in this. Jan. 7, 1860. 2-6ni-

Rights for the following counties have not yet been with and without heel Genfe best calf wateproot amount of money to our address, for what you with city.and selling althe LOWEST I'mcE

\\osteiiholnrsCelebiated Cutlery- l'ocket Cu*. sold 1, vizHamilton.: n..nts and Mioes. Planters Boots and Shoes of all to purchase; name the Lottery in which you wish it A GIFT Notice.S .
Rogers: Columbia, Madison. Taylor.IAf.lyettc. I Hunter's Boots. Ploughman's boots, Youth'lA'd invested and whether wish Wholes, Halves or will
kind. you IX mmith after date the underpinned
len!. Table and Desert.. Knives: Scissors-, Shears, .tcL ; Leon. Uadsden, Liberty Franklin Calhoun Jackson Boy's Boots and bbocs, a great variety of Chit Quarers.o receipt of whnh, we send what is or- Worth from 25 cents to ONE HUNDRED Watches.DT. hi* final account and vouchers the JI f'
Silver t
-- lIom: Walton Santa Rosa and of Russet Brogans, with the scheme.Immediately LARS consisting of Gold and G.t I .el
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Washington dren's Shoes,Ac A large supply tiered by mail, tngeth-r and of useful and d of> Probate of Leon county, nod apply for a fintlJ
Esrambia.The Northern and Madison made. after tbe drawing a .Printed Draw- Jewelry a great-variety from the administration the estate vf i
Guitars Violins, Flutes Flageolets. Accordcons, Flu County Rights for the above named counties ALSO, Hardware and Iron, Nails Notion" Sad jiff, Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent articles will b charge Grimes,deceased lat of said 0 county

tr tiuus, Banjos nnd Tambourines. of this State. 1ith the County Rights for the conn- ry. Fancy Goods, Crockery, Glassware Perfumery with an Explanation.tr Presented With Every Bookat lam LEWIS GRIMES Ailmt
ALSO- of Decatur, Miller and Early, (.f the State of ,1 write their .
ties ,Tin ware, Ac.Bagging. Purbaser will please signature the time of sale. Jan :1, 1S60. 4-$ru
F Fine Guns: Shot Pouches Powder Flasks Gun Georgia, are now offered for sale and may be had I plain,and give their Post Office, County and State.
Wad. and Cups.Als ". byappljiug immediately such terms as to give Rope. & Twine.A All communications strictly confidential. N. B-Do not be deceived by any traveling of con I Notice.IR
., Table find Hall Lamps. Lamp Globes anChimney. the puichaser a chance to realize more than ten timesthe I All of 11,000 and under paid i nei cerna that may widh to take a vantage our success .
Vases 1' of Family Groceries, such a"uI y prizes to advertise under the same name. To protect our J J. CANON Living the State *
.. Bronzed Candlesticks Cbuia money for which they can be bought. full supply :i after the drawing-other priZe at the ml Idt
nan Marble and Terra CoOa Figrures China Jew.lloxes. Persona in any of these counties wishing plantation Coffee Sugar Rice Soap, Candles Spices Ca.die diately thirty days.i Frend and Patrons fiim.impition. who mn,never IIL his accounts anti notes my lists!lof frlection
Segar Stands. Cartamls, Cup, SIupn. Ac; rights can ubt-im them by apply to me at this Burning Fluid. Oils, Paints, Tobacco, >nuf. Cgars i '- Wood, Eddy
; Also Papier Mache Writing Desks and Work place, or ray agent fur the county in which they live. Essences, Sardines. Sauces, Pickles, Sd: &c I i Augusta C5 and Wilmington.Delaware. ONLY BRANCH OF THE ORIGINAL Dr. C.o and M. W. Graml ng to come t"friixl

Boxes: Backgammon Bo-irds, Chess }Men Dominoes,, My uciforrn price for the individual right to make Brandies, WinesGin. Rum and Whiskey. I I Address Geora Tickets or Certificates to EVANS & CO. settle a early I possible if they would s1

Morocco Bag, Leather Satchels Table Mats, Japanned and use the Plow is ?2 per horse, for tbe Manure ALSO a good assortment of Drugs constantly kept I in tbe sost. A. U. COB.Jltic reaca ,
EDDY 4 CO South
RUST WOOD Augusta Georgia.
Waiters, Ac Distributor f 5 e"t'h. on hand. &Co Centrevillc. 21,1860.
I reference the editors _. .
Also) Rezone, Razor Strops Hair Brushes,Shaving The cost of the material and making of the stock: Tallahassee.Sept. 24.1859. 89 or, WOOD, EDDY & CO.. Atlanta, Georgia We woul respectfully True give Delta a X" O. C'reietnt n

Brushes, Tooth Brushes. &:c. ready for plowing with any kind of a blade is about or, WOOD, EDDY A CO.. Wimingn. Del of tle Picayune, Notice.

Also a fine assortment of Head NtU and Ban I $2. Tbi.lI1c1udt'l both wood and iron work romplttt. Nathaniel Hamlen, Circulars containing and Dela. of are this unable city. tu viwt our Store, car. renl- poem.owla i ',I d..a vt M.* J1

FIDS. Qf Call and see, at The cost of the blades is owing to their weightand MERCHANT, t soot, free of upeoM, by adJresmng as above.FTJLTONFOUNDRYT ize all tbe wh'advantages of dealing with this establishment ALL contratf up to the let July 185""
}YERS A GORMAN'S.. I what the Sraltb charges for making them whichis COMMISSION and dertby requested come forward and settle! upmediately :
___. by sending their orders by Express, they '
less than for making other St New Orleans. otherwise their accounts will plitd
generally any No. Poydras will be promptly filled and sent with the corresponding L
ROGUE & 'AMATTTRT, kind of a plow blade being without weld,exceedingly the first return }: the hands of an attorney fo collection.
and to give the sett. FLORIDA. xpel! HEIR, RUST i
simple, easy proper REFERS TO- TALLAHASSEE, ordering TE more Books C
:: ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS A stock complete with a steel turning plow blade Ex-oy.J.ml E. Broome, Eli t ,will person receive a GUT and a BOOK eitra.3f" .n Jan._14,_1860.:_5 __ -
here about
will in }
A.T LA.'VV", scooter and sweep iron our shops work be fur Gen. R. A. ) TaDa JOHN CARDYFroprletor. Circulars with a List of our Bouks, will b !! f
without the
$5. The stocks can Guns !
in the of! A. B. Noyes. Eq, ) -a____ j 'a sent free any address. GuS GuS
V formed .1 co-partnership practice sackEvery t
HAVC nibbed at 20( ceuts : ; v1 ewrn. I from 6 to 35 horse power,. EVANS & CO., Las
and will attend to any professional business where this hal been introduced it has R. i Esq.. J TEAY ENGINES .
entrusted to their care. consideredThe plow S'P'' Quincy,Fla. I Q built to ordrr, of tbe best material and workmanship No. 9 Camp street near CanaL opposite the Post-ufiice, where be i p'

D. r.IIOOUE,. . "A. PERRY AM AKER. been Economical Convenient and EJi. OeD Wm Bailey Jefferson county Fla ,and as cheap as can be purchased in New New Orleans, Jan.', '60. in the most workman-like and prompt DJ.
I Most J. 0 Putnam, Madison Fix York Northern city and laid down in FlordaCuig and repair
Msy 1. 1858. _. _.-18Notice.__.__ dent Ctdiiraior Ever Invented! Augustus 'E.. .. Cedar Keys Fla. or any for Saw Mills Grist Mills, Gin Gearing.c.. NOTICE TO ALL mak ClirVS. RIFLES GUN-LOCl'-

A great many of the most reliable and intelligent Daniel Bell, Esq. Hamilton county Fix ., on band. Sugar Mil from 12 to Cuss k*'
: I planters of Middle Florida have given certificates ot Ed. Remington, E q.. I TboBMTHle, Geo. inches in diameter always on mae to order. -0 in fact all work pertaining to be a o **

A LL persons indebted to ths est.ite of the late its efficiency, and are of opinion that as soon as itsmerits Ed.Seixus.: Esq.., )f Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing for graveyards TN returning his thanks for the very liberal patron1 With the above qnahfic itions ept.t p"*
...:T\_ George E. Dennis,deceased! will make payment I, become generally known,it will be the Only Jack J. Mnh aq.Duncanvllle, GeN"y. 4c. .1 heretofore bestowed upon him. tbe undersigned liberal patronage of the

,I thereof to Dr. Thomas K. Leonard aud all per Plow used, being not only the roost convenient, but .'O. 47Blacksmith JobiDg work of all descriptions executed witt age would respectfully inform the public that belt .lurronrxiing countr.W for sale n Iw-
claims and demands against ask l 1 hare All orders addressed tc N. Gu lob
"ns having any cheapest pow they ever seen. net and despatch. continues the B AUGUSTUS BRO.5-.
..tate will prcMait tbe same to the undersigned oi I This Plow has taken the first premium in all the Notice. Jobs Cardy Tallahassee, Florida, will b promptlj!
I to said Thomas K. Leonard, who ba been duly au I State Fairs it has been entered; and two premiumswere attended to. C.RRIAGE BUSINESS March 26, 1859. 1"

tborize stud empowered by the undersigned to act awarded to it at the South Carolina Sate Fair ( Terms Cah. In all its vsnons __=-.. -=: NotiCes
in all matters concerning said estate ; snd on ailun, I last Fall ; but I do not want planters to boy rigtha 0 -0- J at -- 9:. Insolvent 'Estt
to present such claics or demands within two yeart these recommendations alone, I want them to etbLeDTZand .-'

from this date this notice will be peaded! in bar of buy upon the right-hare the plows made-given them a Special KTotice.TTAVING hopes by strict atten-- '- -. .- STATE WaknlU OF County. J ilj

any recovery thereot fair trial and it after properly making and using purchased interest of Joseph Card] (ion to his business t I Imerit M. SPENCER, oftLs e.( !

ELLEN A. DENNIS Admt'x.F them, they do not find them as advertised I herein l l in the Fulton Foundry, A well a all account a continuance of a_ J 7 R. William Pelt admiisrt

b. 18. ISf.Q...:_8-8 r_ J Sentinel copy.-- pledge royself to return them their money. This I due coocern, the business will hereafter be conducted share of the public pta ceased.: Laving filed io the Probate oflee :
;. think is a. fair as they MUM l ask ACETTS WANTED.A t. by me. Those indebted will please com rooage. %4 a written suggestion that be b !

Notice. J. PEELER, Tallahassee, Fla. forward and settle their accounts. lIe would also in county estate of said William Pelt be iosolveul i W'
I have a Shop in this place exclusively engagedin JOHN CARDY. form the that be t !
undersigned having qualified as Exerutoi BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL ITS public notice is hereby given to persons br
THE the last Will and testament of Miss E. M.. making and repairing can these be furnished plows. with Those plows purcliasing THE will be earned on a her r at the January '1, 1880. 2lyCoParerhp b fitted up a room a his shop fo taking igainst said estate to appar and file t. .I

Uoustouo. deceased, late of Leon county hereby plantation rights OLD STAND, bye undersigned, wjo returns the Judge vf Probate of said county on o "V1st
; I gives notice to all person having claims or demands, ,. at 18 cents per pound less iron work pound 24 cents than per pound other, thanks for and solicits a continuation of 1 public Notice. IU 'OCBA.USIPUr of July, 18fiO. when there will b a Projs<|
'Work-whICh is any
the estate r>f said de heretofore liberally extended taken said the
so estate
of whatsoever nature against for in this market.. patronage frm up tributioo of among telo
be made
ceased, to present them propetly authenticated plows can June SO. July 1, 18U. JO D. C. WILSON. foe pr .ize DAGciamEorrrxs copied and enlargedto estate.
within the time prese ibed by law or they will be Feb. 4. I860. 1-to THE ap under the firm and name life size, either o ppr o cnn .ready for H. L.HENDERS05.Judge of .

barred; and all persons indebted are requested to Executor's Notic GEO. W. SCOTT & CO., pitin. WM. KUHNS. Dec. 81,1839. 53C
immedmtelv.EDWARD. Notice. and examine -
niake payment .. Q
business the old stand oiGeo. Cal ruie.JaD
And will continue the
HOUSTOUN, subscriber having qualified trade*tbe last a Notice.QIX
persons hiving demands or claims against THE W. Scott,where they will always be ready U H, 186. Sf ,
Executor. Thomas
Feb. 25, 60. 9-Sw ALL and testament
estate of John B. GnflSa deceased late ol o
supply months from the first t
of Leon county, hereby
Notice. county Geoizia, are requested administrator to present baring claims and demands Cash Customer* and Prompt Paying Men. Salt and Potatoes.SACKS O lice, the undersigned administrator' t"
J them to the undersigned ex-omcio persons LAi' late of Loss
I time law, properly authenticated nature, against said estate,to present with all kind. of in this market, LIVERPOOL SALT, Bf John Parkhd1 dee 0Ln
I WEEKS after the first publication of this within the required by all indebted within two years as the $ or Go rl'qoire a 9000 Sacks Turks M 50 t the Judge rb'preDt
SIX will to the or they will be barred; persons attet the LOWEST Icu Iland bl. and ask to I
the undersigned apply Judge and all county
be barred :
*. will make paYment immediately. ) ; persons January 1, 1860. OEO. W. < and Pink Eye Potatoes, lnin f ale P I" ,
adminittra- Y.
.-f Probate of Leon couutj for letters of ShcriffLe.w Co.. are requested t make payment j imnfediataljW. W. G. S. ARKI
N. He'r: U' eil. late K. SAUNDERS 1 I'Stat by InARDD 1Al
( M
of R. 18,186aFALL
the Estate George semL
S tell on 1IEIK.Feb. and Ex-oflicio Admin ftrator. January 7, 1860. 2-tf Dec. 10, 185 2, \
sakl ,"mh'.
I f Feb. 18, lSM. 8-Sw Feb. 11,1860. '-8. .
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