The Floridian & journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00396
 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 24, 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: UF00079928:00396
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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ULEflIt Ii ) AND! ) :.iEl)1INES: ) < : I noC.t-U I PUnSUANCC dIn A, t ct.tibcj! .'..1 Act to Day GOODS ncoTs snor
TIO amend t.y? 'Jili.s.i! : ..nd P.tt, I U\i* cf this Sui". 5
Itr 'I.\1"... .,. : : 16@t-t BT TIlE approved Do .- m':>. r :2. ISi''.' it a nii-etis-g r>f t'.* STRAW GCCL3 IIARDAVjiltE

re .. 1 -'.r" r="-, \\t ):: >J JI Jt EtnrJ of C"S'/y C.)'n.iiw! :<'cer d' Lena cuun'v. I CHINA, GLASS.C.IOCKEP.Y .

fil .y.: :L'( .. .h.. : S, .1 oLs; I (: ti.: \\t" -.. .;:-,' :.i : GCVnRN'Cil.By held March 120}'. IttCO. :l WE ordered tl at l-. >:i I AND GnOCEIilEd.TLiJi : ,

. : vrtn! of the provisions ef aa A"[ of the Gtt i county be 11'it! w l.ertby JiviJeJ : .* the LlW. j i \ we arc ..":,g! at Ivw piec"j .
Ie .I.".'.: !' r. .r'" ttt ir u... "nIl tL" pu'-,1.e. N ? \::: : : ;; : : : rul .Asemv! cf tl.t. :te.. entitled An sat 'I described iliJ-tia L.-aX t"> wit : j. (:. & j. McciXKisa.irr..i .

let : : \ ., .,1 .n I tCf1 a. .'.tmft t fI 'IO j \ :, i ; t,) atai-u-J the Mi.i'ia:; jiiid Patrol Lawsf tii!ht!!,.." 'I jTha lIt Best .ill: c-ni-i; ef th, hat Joe t r I I). if Ci114:

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I, S :\ 'n-! :i-r-c: fri Ci"I'l.au.; 11.eil I i t"i \ ..,:-',: PEr. ':\ Governor of fluriJa. da fn-iel.v fr.lt.'r:1:1. 1 i conntyVst of a hate corainncii-z tt the Full.' P. L.

! .. .' ,'. .\ It1.:.. ij i i t... t 1.LH-'.. ': HI. ...-,.-,.-t: electi'! to be liel-J on ti" first Monday in'il.iy: hell Pureh.i'e;: : lire od the O'::Iii k ).', -e rvr. itsd ft'IJow-;; I VJARDELLatuta
", .' AITttI: 1S5S- It.B I .. L'r all; !. Divi-ion. CH I in s.iid line; the Bock Puraii. !, Ih .
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HAVE i i L LAH. a.l t'L- p uiy olEff, of the Jllitia I: uf the State, a. r.\\I! => : I a:., I iL:' line: to Ilan r !line 1, AV.tU-uc-f! iy'ulii i.li
; H. BE.BYc'.lo3 I largear.J eni.ij.lt! I.' .-.; .. ? ,;f-i:: .: ;1.,-i ; e It' j, a i A RE M.V T. -vivip; a Ianiwd fr..A nipplj of I ....ri Mir: ( :::.. (.f the Fir.-t Divi!>i.'n of thetu' naid K-.ingf lii to the afculla 1,.. T. luf v.Ut-.l: t Suiiebrs! r tflotlis 1 r Kfluclnr[
.J. ft of Kir.to.! c'liRf ysn'.cul! cf that part of the fta'e tie Fort Pn-lfti I ..!. 1'L.CG..t: LctJitj ilditu ,
: and Commissi :rn iUS !?'c''c.t.! I"l C J I evit2iey stfz.1ta! h.: bv D;\.justs.J'LAITUX. ". I ;. .
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2r I. !i'a"t S (S. titS t.;' 'I." 12ver.I : 4.; t-'i'ins. -Fort E'r.: ; dtn. i I Sicrl-n:: SilTor Fin? Plated: "src .

f. :r.isn a z .: NT. D!teSiis: l'j'."; O.:*, A'":i.i.'y WT. Mil.S.'oVJ.V; :'. 't tce f.j: ,): (".'!Hal..t the SOtl rhvii.o .f I 'j.2ie Slid Heat wn; con itt cf t'i* n.1 l Juf-ti!<*a ,
.cd t4en. .i illawa J 'n-l! !, tlic :' te of Fl'ni.!.. 'ri.liliui! 1.I trict. eml-rac'n'! ''. | 1' ". 2j :'L! !7 c.1JT
0' .. I F if't'. rri t8. Lrzz-Jr--. ;.JI' ;$ at t.; ti., :ibmMt a eomposvtl f that pest <*f tie; nr 4t't. : wr-j-l.ip 1, JJ.
Ie : -. .Fa.: Sept.2''_._isis._ __ _29_ __. pW.r.f'.i1Iilbd 1 :.::1t.Ji. fuIJ f' Jj j r'iy of e\'ry-thi:, ned. j m .>ur hie nl:-! (.n tt-: r.-.fl, !.r the ?1'\\"alJjtC Rjver said ttn.rnasE it. 1. 1. and T. 1. N. K. 1, West, arid all cf Twn-l.ip! L\;; v'- T.;. r..ow .'.
u. : : : 0! hberul tet-Tt.SI a* tlirv eaa be I**.;', in sfcj$ S'utbin rtS'id owtb 11m;.h. I 1. ;". It. ?. VT. wtLiil.e connty ef Ln". nr.-l H--S: j jof ''Orlersfor Ualr Work f ran ycr 159 cJ III.
\1'1. n!. 5So. ltD X1Ln .t CO'S., (;i41; 1 w'l. 4'.. I:;.1. M.uiuCt'.. n l-y if.>il n.isj..:!.' aV '-.." one liri.-jiuier Oen .J r.r tIle Tirit ThtndecutntpcseJ }"rb.-" Purcb- lint.; T. be c.il! .J (Ie!: TallaJiiiSsce March 3. I?Co. 11)Dissolution. ;

: ': ''' 'Y't ""m.lil"; ltsgtstLiith :1 te-v: :'>. !s-s': .t uL'rQrET a.J to ccd JilUd vhl. tbt tane ccrM-iro- "in ifpronipt > of tIe ?.iiitLi ..S the Onii-tic; ? of K'cani.i ;. I IVat. Piaea of Lclding 2lihtiaciioas! -
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iJIi1 j t'D FtC : .1u.-rc.1. pcr-otr- I'I-noh.&Shl '1 : : "s.r. :..
; 102 1JASSAU STE22T.Ii c,:. :.'.--c VI'SIT'Tr tltue: buyer?, .<: frcl"o'flnJ.-nt. ;H psvirr e I :.;.[ 1 !. ._ I The 2rd B:at w'i'l 1 consist of the fri Ju'ti.r i t .

E W Y O S K Itai,', 'J'l.,::1,, ;V.i.7: nwrf o:1orr BrutkiVn I n,, ?IT. Uieci*utur.saUator m. Our rOCK comCVmwals It r one Ln-a-.Vr r (;crersl ',1 the Scwin-l Ert'atV; Centrtvitle: Uistnet, rrubraran:: T tTvn !.!p 2, X. K. 2. ''PIIE e"rnrt:1frl1ip[ fir T. KAY WARD A SOl
'. .'.' ('mT"-lo( l1e: .:;iih:: of tIlse Cemtia of Ge.1e! Kast: except Sex-lions 1, 12. 13. 21, 25 and! 26. and <)tolred i March: h'. In tie retircmeut

:> "r '."T"I'a..m! Lr .'CiT.Ja abort, tnrGb e.; / Irr.ryvrl; 1'Jia RtHtrDrtsxaigaKdl'inr P"U 1)1.: : r'I' i iLrif"; I.c4' \\'\Yakuila J<(f.rsi.:i, Taylor! Jlaui-itm T.irn.hip 3, X. R. 2, E, ex.-rpt Sections: li. 13, 24, I'I''U uho ,1 I. sir>3 to cl >,e up toe b-:.iueat of

0.te n in t! i< i"ipr.r ( i.z.I'z'e /c.ViSoaps ; .':. :...:,." :'n li.l: ',!'. 25 :IIJtI! 1. To In calh-d the CYotrevill: Ue\t. PLce t tiie late firm ns 'pce
t.I. ,. ..' :d. 1 tJ. f' ; PIl.l. ; Choice lVy.! Far e.t;:(' irii; ">-r G'(r:.: r.f tiie Ti.fr? r.n.Jt"; vI 1Jiit'r tU'fthms! -Ct-nfivviile.: I icirlvbtPii t'. ttjer nrc respectfully solicited! to corns

._-- -- -- -- rfanrry, c;r q.(., c r.tll i4rfu&urft J) :rt'iSiT; FluLLraitiU co:5ip t>l of tl.. iliiitta cf the C"r.ni'i! ..f Lal-u<.-1'( The {th Beat will c<>ini!,i-e; thrlh! Jiiilice or without ilol.iv anti! pay their Jur.. One f the lirut

.; >. .3.vi. v. i:' .; :: **rnrn A, C.r"Lfr2 tl.v Ti iII!) : at '"iuV; pri.. /, (:: nTl; .:.. L, ;"-. tuaiicce, ColumUo S ew liivir, Aiacliaa: Lake Jac'j-'ttn IJisfrU-t, embrat-ing T\wnlij> 2. A". .1 will a'ways l /i/tid/ at their): od! stand (row o -- "HJ.iC'f n.bllti.Y foui'l'i..I: ,nth t'l tr-t'I in 't-.r" *nn jui f\j..L'r; "tr'. and Na.tas. It. 1. I;: arc! Towrtohip' 2. X, U. 1. W, and that part pied ly A. F.; 11.YW A nD.) toattecdtothe collee-

PAP? & P.TIJJHER tier and by strict! :.tteJti'.a: Lesvor < LuleclesSI. tJ.ev .;.A I'If'A flnnJ'l' tin'iow (,hr., F.r otic rr::;:,!i'r Genoml of'tlse F..nrtb Hri -nXe".tnpo3 .i TnwlIsIIp! 2. X. K. 2V, in stid: ecunty ; rjso; tltelli lion oj tLc aforesaid du<..
u itio5 of Dtiv.tl, Ia Ja-tiee or .\ 1)strieto.otra'-i.g! .: TtwnV.ip! i I T. IIAYTVARD A SOK. .

C"t 0 ::.c51-:3 -t; Zt-vt7: poD iLttr predfCt c..cr.Pliyslclans patrO. c P-nl-It< "t".t Xr'ir.t..J: : : Clay.: St. Johns PutiuJM Oraaje, LrerarJ, oi.1.. N. 1?. 1.1*, and that poitit.n f.rT"\ II!hir S. X. It. I March' 3. ]S1). 10. Sentinel cony.HAVIXO ,
FaSetlkfl-iIce.: | Fine Havat.a ::(eSrc S. per awl Marion.cjmposMl 1. W, in B :;d eit.ty. To l ito calle 1 tlw: Late Jacks-: _

. 1 ALLAlLls.FLORIDA.!: TrfscrlpUoas.PArtJcular : :jjeal In.trwn t.. M";Ii:.!nr Clit-sis I' onc Uti.uli..r r..ot'rn1..r the F; 1. rrTi'-a'-; P cat. Flaie cf hoMing Militia clectiocs-\. A. A. F. HAYWARD

-Vy. ? 1 I.: .'. i'S cttmtjoa paid tu )'n.eti ip!! . -- -- ruliyc.'rw..nrm 1'urc ilcJicii.ilav ... t.1a.lJlu rLwiis ok j1:;.6. -r." )tll. IlI' J 1Ir j Man.tte, DaJ. an'i :Motie. Its 5th Beat wiT:! ccrnpnie the CHI! Ju tlce orE purchased T. HAYWAUD & iONs

It 1.; A. SHIRE Jr. and f.i irrfct.Koverulier -. JSO- 1 For one C-Ioot: !. or>t Ltite'ten! CoTont', end one jj j I I .-l Air District to.";t Towrsfp! 1, S. U. 1.V, ; iiiisceHaneoui stock: of good*,intends

.Li.ot2.c,22oor !:.5. 1 SM. 45TDURE COO OUNCES QZ7Z.PH Q n IIl; Mnr m caeh F.m'ht; liS 1.1;er fJ : I I nnd Township 1. S. R. 1. 1. nn,1 l T..wnehip 2. S. It keeping; a general l assortment ofPLANTATION

S.J. 1) n ).b. :l. L1V- j lor the lt KcjiJUifUt conip.sd cf the 2Iita; cfEc 1. W, and Tbvnsbip 2. S. It. 1, *. To be called GOODS .
:1e A : Crt-am Tartar !MJ* ;;h.Sob. 's.Lsratt. I 14. ; Imtii eNn'v. I the iltl-Air nI'lace oi Loldiiirj; Alilltia; : ,;I":cti.ji .

\' ,i :,r 1 J ISSION3IEIICIIANT -Jtnrch, Sal I SKA! Issdht... S SaLtpI.tre! Alum ul"ili _My_ : '___ ? I For tLc Sail itegi&jcai: onpcseJ cf the lTiiLi! : of I =-IM-Air. A tD

ur. Copperas, lt, tt (he C-n.or Iruz Storv. SUPSPJOI EUMIIK'O FLUID I Iillltt Rosa 'entv. The 6th Ecat will compri the ilL Jr..tjcr c..rccot.Lcs,

'1'\U.II. :::F. FLORIDA.CALZ j. K. ciiiOiiY: co. For the 3rd Ucguaect, cxrapoacd ,.f tLc Hilitia tit Ens'em l)!"iri't, rmbracin ToTrn&hip 1. X, I: 2. E, TTLir'i! shall be od! na low as cnn pofsibfy be aflTi>r Jcd -
I Xov. 12, 150. 40_____ \-1PHENE.: \.ltlm eOtn'V.1'.r I ansi TOT," -I.il' I. X. Ii. S, E; nod as<, the Oth Jjstic in this mait. nod certainly aa low aa any. other

re.e. DAYS-EVIulY SA7r DAY LO\1-3. X u1IuetSI. Cinnamon: I'lIpif'f' 3et.. I IELsz.L: A L.noLe.I tIe 4th nr :imcnt, cotnpnecd cf Ue Mitia: cf or SL ii-.rk$ District einLrarii c. Township: 1, S, BtuMi-hmenl in this city. .
.ed. O l'errt'r ( an-1 Clad \L-h ll,'hlQ and hJobnc.lIe.r.: 3.F. I Ii. 2, E. nrd wimi.p: 1. S. Ii. S. I K. arid Township TtcMH C"qll o. ""1( cLLri: roa. Call and
Cayerua: k.) 1tustar..1.! l. .
d.JQ a.I SI : '. j ';c:. .'-4 intnMt,; i to bi* care will tae-t HottJ Mustard Jamaica Citi-vf. liar iaLcmpa I Krr ea!. tv AII..S i: LiVLLTThe ..r the itb II": ilQefJt, rap of the Militia of 2. S. I:. 2. t K.: TalKJ the St. M.-.rfcs: Drat- price them bvf're purchasing tlse where.March .

1. i. f I :lIlot tteIt.JL1. Cou.ib"tlulIns: re.ptt. end (;,>;<. Olive Cil. CcUtine.Ginger JiiJcers 'I I -Yt%_H._ ;.,. :1_______ Franklin *11(1! CI1lt:m counr ?. I_ lie, e's: .''ilin Jliiit'c'ectiii.."-IL It. Station 1. 3. ISO 10 Sentinel copr.
, f :' .' Cocoa 'ft'ut I'owl.r. o..da lIj,1 ? cisIhjt I'J'I'. I Original Extract Quality F e. i. .. 2 -! al.. Citr I .on eorJrttr \.' ?.iil''uJ1IIJI) ,-triK. f wit cmbiaee Twwnit.ip 2. Just Received
, tlraf"'ri'l.t., o *t >f Sliipfeia, :.t t.e! '
Cotiscr Dray t-re. J. 1.: (;IEQuLY & CO. Com Starch,
j. M. l.,... I!. I I8.t. 4t; Cad-iL', 1t",1 Lil ;.y .L'lti1.: 1, 12. l.J. i4. 2a and :;<*.:<.f Ti>" n>!hip 2. r\. li. 2, E. PER .V/ilV ORLEANS STEAMER :
CALJJLWAY, ------ "O'ErAliED npr.-.-!T;: frr 1'odt'!: ;: :;t, T and SO. of Towlh.ip! 3, I SIDES.

('aecJncNiuaitcCu.t.r't.1., ," "i'. e Lnn eouat. X. 1'. 2, E--t.: To 1'If' called the Miocosukie r I BACOX
CUt::\ :: & ro3ttiiss'ioriLKUiA.vr: : : ;; : Congress Water led Hams,
f L.Idir Militia: : cletioii
"i ross' AW>VC Asi-s &! LIVEI.T.: ,\ niF-'II SUPPLY, at t'e' COKN1.R!: 1'.1:0, I May 21. UOtf. SIGangress TaT.iuitt, eonn'.1". above lieoeribcd Justice ni>tricv.Jroin; 1 to 9, I Mess "Pork,

E !i' \ \TJ.Y C VI band inI l rT i isi i if? fn-s1 srp : }*TO..E -,' J.lt.1 CKllGOIii'; : o e". --- --- ---'- F. r tbc !illi nfj;incut, composed of tue: Militia of : both inclu-ire will each refjH'Ctivrly, roititute one 10 Carrels Whiskey. A. F. hAY WAR!).

i- ;"...\ :.;.n. alld FamiJy: (;r. *'ri.'tI. Xu .venlr 12. 1S50.; 4rt Water.ly '. JeInn: evllcty. I Road 1 District and one School DUtiiuc from stud after March 3, 18CO. 10" Sentinel eopy.

'. .: i in .*r!* ;:ii.c pxKJ '." ill; e.r.!".. fmra I 4 SI I'j'LV F..r the 11th 1irtrern.rnmpocee1 of iLe 3UIitl of tie 1st .-r \rdlIn.t.. cns'iKig.Pullislie .
Ro1iMas1i t r- I
,, :m'lat IW I'twe iraurtn. Taylor! and Lndjette cui'::>i.F *! Ly oidir cf the Board.Atto.t SALE OF

allei U &Otlwr Oili I1VV.11eS1 Lt, mfl r..r : nzsT SORT .t T THE ,>./?:.-/:*: x/rff G1"OJJ }L.f U. tf; .r the litJi lie-;iuiest:cumpcetd of the rtilU.r : A. p. A\TAKER.

1II : -...ie, pr imj t a1t'tsLiuu. The ciiiirfis of J. n. GREGORY & CO. -- -. -- 1u.1iHJ: count.' FreE Board County 'n '-s Leon cour.ty. Internal Improvement Lands.
and \'idl.ity mre r*j.rt fully w.!iciU d to j White F"f the 13th! fletr.rnent. f'nIn posvU of tTw Militia of %* 't'n'j.t\: (};.y and pu'blir-h to 1st of May next
Kor. 12. Lead. order of the Board of Trustees of the Internal
18i\ 4tJUslicate'Food
i 555,51. price my jjowl JfI l eiore purchasaij o'uuil.ia.Xrtr ItSelf and Siiwmimr c-uiiti..e. llarci. 17 ISf.O, 12 B
I "-- Improvement Fund, notice is hereby sivrn that
'V .v. s n. article wanaalcd ta U; as n-pre- I for The Sick. EXTRA:tll\". 1-((5r.>' T! in pure LJi- For the 14th Regiment cjmjxjfid of the Jlilitia of all lamls confirmed to the tate of PloriiU under the .S
t4at c '' i i'Jlc uaer. I' :EAIIL BARLEY. s".- <>. T.spt..et. Faiira. Cern Oil just rtctivid: IUd! f.v tie. i,vAMES Alaebua; cotmty.F"r lotjj An Ordinance act of Septeiulx 4, lS41.ei>RimonIy .I..ig""trtl.lD.: l
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". ; '. ._-- --16------- -- Match Ariutv liooti, ;ir.4i.t.-i. fj,,>:Ii. ..t tlw ; 4 t LIVELY.: X. ",.r Kogimcst,coupoited cf I'M Ililitia: cf To 'r..'' I pracllft; of (., itk' n J-l".'ttiny tri'Mintltt t,rnal lriipr..vcment Land.") whi-h'h.ive no ht-rcto-
C-mer DruyStore. J. ii. Xlsy :'. tNi':1 I rutiTity. iiniltn the fore ben ofFrfd for fale: will be fufi-cct.
"o'u"1.J nf ( 'itcf Tu'lalmwe.QECTIOX : t* pnv.le(
._ i P. tl:, 'h Horr;
: : .r I' posed A. J. PEELER'S ---- -- - --
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I. t 1' : ; I from and afier the fiu.t i-f June
ts ".try Jiy next with
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:LA .V it COLLECTION OFFICE. I I II : : : 1.-t- !7u.-t'm.-:'*. -j: tf u. ;,.:.1tsa.rJ'u..5s ; kl: > Citw CMltft / fHtt tcc:,. J h.n tee u ail i Inter
Aromatic Tonic Bitters.rpIIKSK !'v-i.i. t-ra:.. ; ; v ; ., .- .- -.- -- i I Ie'liCfcens IVrsous owIiiil tmprovrim Ills i>n any of naid leads
.4 ft.: and Patera cv.i-.v! the iiass-ajre .f 11! !ie Oriiinance tii- practice 'f pitting:
Pre* rTtfd Jx'rr.rUrafzr IV ." .'. ':. and : will have the in. tnteri
e., -:? ;p prrffieixw I provided
For tb IElh l. fur 3-ht and caui.: ; ti.t-rn to fight within j
: IVli-btful' rnd J nclat. o.itxoed of
SJL the .mil cffgJIItI
' h\.j.'i..1117E < ,Green ( MarnuV.i\ : the .if uch le filed
5iastfr : !
'yf' are Lrin'Jyr. > I'p i i iaw pri'of improvement 011 orIef.re
1 r. I 11 .r :>' in tlws Cr- iit C.ttnrr.Iod..IPTI.1 e.nntv.Ir I the nfiina! limit fhnll be considered a nuisance,
v are an inraluibKarti'il:<' f>r th<-se atllictcd witjil )
b Jo. Strawt.srry dee., Pii-o id I ( ; the tlrst nf JUlie.rh..rd
rry Ap ts i- two or more owu
f'If -
f SI "i. Wubi1Ia.Je'.ri-. I l>ypep*>a, In.!i iMi'm . ,, Jr. r > .t. I improvenif jaine person actually
et ; : tlv to ..< coiitt.'tiuii: ./ ijotc aud tc- \.'loll ure suffcriti fr.nn I). bi.iy: -i.! -ut to 'I11tc.-r. \.ulu*It. Ora:1S' esid ''JrtTanl l.'nti.-! j jr'or 2. Lu.it fw't.r or.I"i7'ieJ. 1':1It any person
: rc ry Hu ".::i'\ .ifiidC; in.tip 'I.e t 5Hli: hieitn.-nt. i or .craen.a "ti".fut nIoju.t thi" Ordinance haa he
( I
("in sicktHf) :T lv-itnI.! oUti.iatitin! Wart.i Clmatra : Ale and P..rl..r. eompo cti of fh? } idor: ; j jrr tiie first such
i '.!'.:,. in t5i ol. tie door cf the 11 to iut "r as-I I."s than tii than I person making improven.rnt wilt
4. ; O.tj4 opposite will ted in tl.e Ar' r:: .r t:> Toiii; Ktt'r. a v.d- J.< :; iiilisVtreu and :LwLlcc "I J iil1ect n nor Snore rtf,-rred. In the
.' S ", <;. !..rlcfli.- uuble rwiH lv. Uaeiuj and iruovatiu? lie U1 : Havasa egt'jtA:4Lt t.. fifty .1..11:11' fur cacTi aid dory .fTonce, at the tli j> cases confiictinij contesting

S : l' :,(0. ,-.r wLe-n ir.etrated.Lhee.t.eie br 1. .'. : 4: LVLLT.M1iy F.r the 2"t flegTm-t.: cGir.r't.d of tic Militia;; ofD.tde J ti.>nt>f the Intendunt One h-ilf t.. ij.) to the "'t-I' parties fI.Uet present the evidence UI"'II uhicli tlt'ir' i
bascdteforerste first
-- 21, 1: 0. 51 clam i is on the of June that adeeiion ,
.. xjfao u licrehy required: t-> arrest all <' .
?is so
f* c'e : >rjnj-"y: t".e I" .tte.IrtZeaicd > a!)j Monme c.'I.u. :: -?. < ptr3
-- ---- -- bf made their
Pfl'.Ec1T INSUSANCE r! -,% 1.1. .. : Fr! insr. cnl t tieterceitfise to "lie use of said city. r.iny apes rfspcetive claim
For Oaptnin. al"l. : : :. ; God Liver Oil. one one ? one 'Passed From my dc-non: an appeal lies to the Boa'j cf ,
n. '.10.; :i.oiiY .''. CO. ?. c r. *
ercrj nianJ *
Trustee afer the first of .
:* :: i 1:1:1: : : \D sini.\E U&KISCE re.ii'.NxsYLVAMv. It I). P. InJendant.Att <> June the Io-
: .. efthcSltte.'h HOOUC
I" L.AD flAEIMI.l. e n-: !
;ttec.'us Tr'n1TT ASP Priir.: it fv: :% ; cJ "BI'S a" ternal Improvement Land'iIl be e..lrll..rcala

;: : I _ri.c-rn._ m'f'__ _. 1".9_____.86 __ __ __.__ p Uef.mtLn, Chalk eL L'. t.: !:'! 'lI. 1 l. ef V For tIe ',r .i-i L LIVELY. the necewary impecfors in due 110W. I.-MT *ai'lrKrfon .
T i:I: z5 :si:: .t 1S. b 1II.'ii the u"nt1 t.rma.a I price.I /
fe Superior Burning Fluid 21.1">. end make returns of tie same, i.i the wmprtscribeil : -
, "F. II. II.M..g"lJt.; 21.J _r: a!'o !I".rel.y notify all persons lio are indebted; to '.
I An Ordinance
Iter by fciiJ Act of the General Ass .
SI : .i'-i: Ly--! <"'. D. prtn*'.*r 1 ;. If'iS. Cl CAMPHENE. LARD & HEATS: FOOT OIL I tie Trustees "1"11 inalniett'roe; given for the pur-
m::''.:! .:;-A \I uTST.ir3r.ALLES: I I II I appr3v.-iI D.N'lul J2d, I S5t.In I chafe of and O.
-- In.T To Kfptal #o mufit eIse third Section of an OrJitmittc IJtfn.nllmpl'tOnmt'ot or Swamp er-
FUr:H -J tl". IV.-, Ecttcrcr and Zdcbalsat11nt. tt''UfUOIIT \\hereof. I hare''t'trnl"ut j' .
T T ? ELLIS WARRANTED corner =' I my nit air" /!>' OrJ."mrt more ffftctuiilly to flawed Linde. that said notes hare. been und-r order
..-. J. Ii (V.llIiOHY": e CO. I I\.r nl. l.y UiLLtI.LY. hulk! ar.d aus4'.J tll ,be afiud: the grezttIL. prtrtnt the tixt>:->liiri fifth? y11T.cpure aId gorl utile Co 1ft! turned over to the Treasurer, Mr. C. II. .

COM :311;1 S lOX SI I KII f IIAT. -I'I.-1S5?. 4 I May :'l. 18 5\\'. ._ 21 Si seal cf' the State of I1i'I. Don at use crier .f the Clii f Talthtier" patted 111J'IM. Austin. who is authorized to receive th.- money for ,
----- ---- in tl.e
-- --- ----- Ctpit'l cite of TIahal'ff'! tl.u 7th
; J ;:::::.\.L nh.u:* ea tIItIkIVS ('.UoJO cou.ntJ Hne .n' Lt'T |! I dayofarcht.IIbCs t'. }.-'-::1, ta lterelKf pronJe-L the ur.c. IICOII A. COIILEY,
.1' hoUkC.in New York.Edward I English Llnssed Oil 1. Ik: it and SRfc'imn of the Hoard of Trustees
e I 5" lii-t! : -; I 3!. S. PER1V.Cucrntr SECTION Ordainedfytislnlntuant of l he Internal Fim.L
. '. ': :. :;,: 6'11-:;) GARDEN SEEDS. I \ PURl AIJTIC7'" 1 .::.d IlfId DY. For tale rf l1r..n.IoJ. ; J2T" < >n-
J _.---- nP.OUT/I OF 1350! t :\. l.y tLe Cask or r ii.- n. i By the Gt : .-.AtI"t : p* mueli cf the said third tcti..n as ri-q'iirt'9; merc'lonu yule Stan'l.ird Nrwiiisvjl! Di parh. H-.me Companion

I. West "TTJ"DICII. a' '" quali'y.eannot l toe snret'ee. A .ua: .i LIVLV.M,721.1c53 F. Vintners.. end f-liop-keeptrs! to p.iy a special license tcx and! T.lmrP'nullnr: : tiil June 1st. I
sell nr the anicles enumerated in the fr3t and copy
j > rarirty of cv -': I.'loG t.- !( f-nmrf r.t tie c 'rnr 21Ccnipuad &1'f.17." tf State. any Jfanh 17. 1SC-J. 12
_. ___
I second of enid Ordiiiifice: and ilof i nati'd
eetjort as
.v : TiJ\Hfi& COMMISSION; MERCHANT Druff St.**. J. Ii. UKKGOliY i CO. Al! pappr in the State cpy f.cr times aadeer I
D. 21. 1SS9. 52 Gentian '! hill* It, Exccatire Dcparttnei.t.Mar. 5 deadly weapon be arid the snme; i is hereby repnaled9r. : TO TUUiliSTS & aERl'KUTS USITHC X. ICP.I
VALLAHASSEK. rL \. >.- : ia .
- -- !il 0.1 5 CO. 11 /
i'::'.'-v'p-r.5'i,5i.: ', IV.MJ to C.i: ?nPI"o l.i, Frc:3h. .AmValz ini'i :' -r:S? I:3J SS: GL3 o -- be so construed a< t'C a-ite rizj the wearing .'f .

V. : S. i 1 Hi ii." IL-\I: d".r! I.. ,Aii: "s G Llvcliii : \'" C such wi apons cimct.iVd.: as prohibited! by said Orcicaiieeof i.
AT Tlli; 'iit.si.: r.l1Tyr. are in infal'ib! r.ni'.iy: for IE West THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL 1
e j ; 5'I[ I"I.e. 17. 1 '4. 6.) JL lit!. JUIP 1S41. 'Ira :
. Lhluua ct1J&.i dit s1'! iI crici ill': r/.omL Im.-d
ed t'-is ilorea IClh lif'). 3' :? CUO\D.'-.\'
I. COEHEE BEU& STOEE Mlit.u; of the .1 r: (.five .'?:,-%::'. Dyppcp?'*. D. Tilitv. Dr.vt.in i: ,
i.n GET"WATCH 1). P. InczstLsrit. corner. FIANKLIS NEW YOn
; Wauf
'1. Liver Ownp'amt Lu'x :! rte, of Arpe-!
A'.!():; ::(-a .uaC tit.. .. F .r6il. Lj''t- J .i L1VLLYiy2l. GHOCEHIEG asd PEOVISICMSQESEKALLY. Attest-Cms HCTCHIXSOS. Citrk. TOSSGSdES ad vanishes which all traveller ap-

LMAKER.xid. IIOCOLATK C., .a, ilr.-tr.i: in bottJe-. O1i-e : : l VJ.WH 21GArrBEN March. 17. I860.. 12Blacksmith I JL preei.ttc. Its location cannot be surpaen-tI.
Oiio. puie, ci:;. ci. all k.. !', V i.5.w! <. !.. .. __ u order" aceoKpasied l-y H.e CAfii vlll meet -- I b5cin1; convenient ti> the principal place of biisinec

Jeweler Putty. Fur Li-a1. :: n" WI.i1"! Uotctd O:', T.lltd; EEEIS.z2c'tvtb ALL:: !h attrition.: New Shop. and lrl1U t'1l1el1t. The r.pnrtments. of which there
and "Raw. bv. tl o band < r ;...li. n. ere two hundred arc well fumirhed and well renti-
th.NT1CELLO4L.t.- -ALfODEOfiORKJ't a : r-C09. *!t.fl. 1- ;(0.:_ __ C Er.: Sertine1ospy. rpJ1! SUESCKICEIi HAS REMOVED HIS hated ; anti l lit-hag conducted on I the European plan.
\ -OT" I.D rtfnHT in'orm doe ilZt'flH.r; Mid- I A I"ar5;-n.itn."HENRY _
\ rl' visitors can live in the beat style "i ith the ell I'5teevnt.n1J'
'., ) kJ:;:o..VE OILLUBIN'S : are now n-CrfjvJnj a I lar., Iud w.il sc:!-cteJ 11 GALL-IS "
> : 1'! i'lQt F"ti'! hat he de..ns ltuJ.'ni HIGHS.
i : -i .a. 7' : A lar,;** parlor, fronting on nrondwL,
---- -- 'I
J -i,!:. \-iu t.rcmda! )' NId_ s.f enuatr'.r hr te'e1)rUEaIIt1 jf fPV'I1SrOIrSUigafl from ihe M nr( .H.usetopf .- -, and ci'rnrnrr.dirtg: en extensive: view .f triit world-
E XTRA C T S exUii'.iTe variet ol 111bis! r.'Mnoit. relLLIo! D1-\Ll:: I'i .r '
., th ,! ), -
f tl..il I abore ;
. i 1TIS.S.; i i- eny w"k in tie hoc : : 4' ( ig" renowned thorotghfare. has been leautilully fur- I
-..ibe vntiui4ttl to till care.ALSO A>IOSO UHKII ADC.EXTRACT VgctaM3 :1d !;ricuIttr1 !eed. ::- Mr. F. P Chrk.! /"1" : tii-hcd for the use ..r ladies, and the general

I Ilt'Iiu"rt', th-.e 6.ianiUrat(1t.! !., In tl]. "e'-tien of our tf.x--c' tl.e >,n-atct rr-.rc fcgbfr'H DRY GOOnS3 PROrISIONS! ..pr!.. "' lay.! 11. (l'rt Ju l'II.illO? a''t !!. J and f-irliu-r the ri ; 11' :::.,-*' where he i ill /.
S T 4 ,.f T'Ir'1.:1: : I .iI! sell at the low- (\ -< ; c.c a precwrtu n J3 I to gutsta.
.. ? -:; .,... I tiitlfle, C..J"; .jticVttter.. (--.;.aM 1' : ".) Twikt tali'r of tlio heed i i.f jeErily! ttt-d b"rt11; ioo !,'> i-repjireilto peiforaintrusted '. TUE IXTCKXATIOXAL IIcTEL is connected wills S
1'.lnad. .to. all itseindtt
Tick. -
r Su:1ra. i-ii-d ftirtnl toO t! at .urcL.im dol'e..1 I'-n .
;. rsseire.LPoT | way
::5 .'1:' .I":' .I I.". rnrl't 110.1\:' ''II if lnUli rUTJ. II. FIRST SORT. ci-tiini! !tboe Uut art fn'. an .'f t\tf\ "nt r4-liile I IN GENERAL. h'Gr"t.S'oc'I '. ir. TAYLORS CCLED11ATED SALOOXJ,

.-- --.---- l'r&h Gaiuru 2t.I fu...ry y.o-l! of ail kind% with a <4i.: dt"F. AME3K LIVILt' I SoTen-btT 13. IEZ!. 4 ; to his d..rge, in the best manner nnd du Accmnmoda'in! over one thousand: persons in which

A ; & MEL chi,ice srlw-tii'n <>fSIRS. ". 58, 1 c:,. 47 I --- .-.- ._- patch. JOSEPH 11. ALSTON. visitor* cau have iboir meals! ,or, if they desire they
__ ___ _____._
___ u March! 10, SCO. 11-Ctn Sntiuel! copy. will be served in their The fare
.. own npnrtmentn.: .
--- -- -- ----- -- S
;J; M M J S S I O !N MERCHANTS George S. Gollillfl LT5S HOTEL served in the Saloon and lintel acknowledged by
\\7Im:3 AD .IllUO. j It Shines Alike for All epicure to be superior to that of any hotel in the
Cl I <>r lrs Mrccc, hr Mc.\1: 1''r'' .4. J. TAt
I I I1rp''Co's. ATTOliNIiY .: .i.. .JH ..ill. -\ ,T'ASON'S CIIALLKXOE DLACKIXO is the citv.. Proprietor.

=:l"VV OI1..2:2EArJS.. ALLEH'S ZYLG3ALSAI.TUS1 .T r..j7'J -0- jJiA. only standard! aiticle of the kind in tue. March 10, 1SCO. ll-lo

JJ J -.- II 6' tj\Hl; REZTOitER, 1 ,2. TALLAHASSEE, FLOSIDA rpiIE Proprietor of tIll nlore E"taMisim! "nt t>k?* It I'r.'trve: tLc I>K(! (n WhiCh! it i is oaed I, mates S
For Sale
IttI' i: K TO .\ LSO-- JL tl.i method of rctumin; K's thank to the puU.c the I I. nh: 'r scft r.o
, 5- S 'Ilrniia 1 ; J Ppr'.ins Co, Tallaliaf see. Fla. Lt'try 5eStTileti..sI t ( ;'r, 'i' 1 rt1 aol Cii'rnka'a. cr; ;rc ocr il:.' :c::V Ear.k.rt'b. .,j irtnerally f.r their patroni: durii-' ,the pMt 'er. eratking ; in wu-rmte.1 to retain its nrli-es in all cli- LA ROT and COMFORTABLE DWELLING.

I I K.: li.iirUu. C.... Quiu. .'. ** (.sr ':le"ly J. IL CRKGOliY: : t C). IS. ltd... 8 and would! re!p ?etfuly! solicit a cuiKiuuaijce vi tLe mat(!. be tIe nirjo pbere dry or moist. warm or A: with Kitchen A'-, ail in good order;
I J' ',!rLln.o: : (I'jJover iitic3o! ), Feb. 11. Itthfl 7 T -"t. r. pv. ---- -- -- --- came, as Lc has madeADDITIONAL cold ; and ham, fr qtiarter of a century, enjoyed and if desired some valuable Lot near in 1lt

j .f .1 J: Dctiioai l. SL lark!. .. ------- -- --- TALLAHASSEESADDLSEY I'JP good opinion cf mankind., a hL'h state of cultivation, all or any portion
,;. .1"! "r .s l iiW.; Key West, WM. 1.. .\-.III.ol:11.. II. MiAnderson 'T\.J I I IKPROYEMENTSLi It U a niovii mi.-r"-".and ad.,ni* the palace of tile I of which will be tlieposed cf to suit l1n'lmuu. I will

J IJ : -M.Hujrht: A-Onw
J..N. oj.i Kinuou .t Co, TLoaia rilIe, & liiltcn, ; KCCuliinit'll ito ftli CQI1KASOXABLE woodsman.Iae C.\RRIAG K. nearly new. Apply to
'1" I the Sun. i if. iiICTircs i it;. genial infiuences cpon
11. II. 'ls.8. -1v TERMS. March 101860. 11-41 T. UAYWARD. S
..ttc:2.1aoyI3AD L.\J'V, IIARNESS I all s" rts and con'!iti'.na of men, and challenges their
iE rn VINSUSAKCE Xor.e need l f.r for waut of good lioomsaud s"od i-atrein and a-rnirsr! n.
I 1It.. Cattle for Sale.
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY t\BlISHiEriT.: Fare. There ia anOYSTEB For sole nholt'saKand retail hy

CONPANY. Sti'tIjE Mar. 10. 'CO. 11 AMES 4 LIVELY. SUBSCRIBER rffi-r. at private sale fr<
V.riwnc, .dFl'a CoiO>i;;. l"a.. --(1- SALOON AND BAR THE
-- to one hundred head of STOCK CATTLE
01- UMiTFOlW.iitorporatcd T.TAVC formcil a ro-paitiM-it-Lip in the prr.cticetf srr.cninr.tI .-.-- : enmine JESSE AVERITT.
ia coaneetittu With tie IJoteJ. 1\I.rASSER'S Cull IIOJ early.
-+- J.L Law anJ wi'.l: aU.:, wiili Jcity! a.II'NfJ'Iil. lu'in rUl'kft'.J I' -n.I -\;. .', : I C. H. FISHER, Proprietor.XorernVr .I Bailey's Mill March 10, Ii6(). 11-41
I rMw to any l'UJlIllt"I'! ettrusto4! t" their cure iu the the j'it-rseV' IIf t.e) late fi.E'.st'r 3 UIUT1
: in l>13.-Cliarter rerprtnal. Circuit Gnjit f J'.ck,.,:, rrlolt llin. Ca !*>uii and :I, n.\\'! .1 hULL. in 4f5'Yi: : i.-f'. 12.1850.S3 STILL AHEAD !

-- l61Iinc1.ol ; ia the Stj;'r.rnc Court at Marunua ai)J Cite ( :arm e. '.I..ul.rv ir'1J. .ianJ ICE CREAM FREEZERS ,
R. A. SUITSE, JR., Ji. F. r.\r\
. ('.Hn CAPITA51,000,000.. in the I'oited S tAt*.* District Conrt at Tallahassee! ai l 'i iAp. 1Iar-.t n; n, f'e.r-t.-. .-;* :,' As for 1859. I DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD'SNEW
. ''acliix), .la. ,S l' 'I.e." kept h\. Urn. ie- .f.f.r11.. \\i Notice. Improved i
,. iif.irin -" ) Cq-partnersliip "Wrrn SIASTPEO IB.OX Cortas; AXD TISSED. : SKIRT
6 \1.1
rca.v4.1c. j r..HHcllr q.
. ; < : RT FIX! : -
_. ._ __ __.__ 1014jitiIitC rk J undersigned inform tbefr friends and the Freezer known irliicL is constructed on
S > At.PTFi) Tet Tilt: 1I.\1.\RII. ------ use : < 'J only I' Tax
III ANUCXNSI TiNT: WITH Til K LAWS H Ile.\I. NOTfiC'E. \S LEOS :.ri-J ..lj.ii.insC .- THE gem'ra1t1Ibllt they have formed a co- THE I Scientific, principles.Tfce .

. v-' &.OV1I-KXSAT10X -t- < ., tint! be, will nvitinuc: the )bu'in "s in all its paitnership f;'r the purpose of keeping constantly
J 1). C. LEWIS: Agent, J. n. T.\YLOn.. . .J. S. IJOND. j I lirtinrbfct the Old Stand, wheie may be found at on hand a Tell selected clock of Groceries Heavy less ice and :less I..bor thin any other beia at :I The most perfect and beautiful skirt ever prodootd ;

For Tallaliaote and viciuity. all times, Dry Goods. Hardware Crockery Fine Liquors and the came time the most durable ia structure, and 1
-S "'I-I H,. 1PS7. S3 Drs. Taylor & Bond, 1 I ; Road Segirs, whuh theyrill receive on the arrival of roost certain in its npernticcs. I
Kgifft Saddles
Kcflayays >
- -- and warranted Dot to out of order.
Ofi i evtry steamer from New Orleans and they -wii,!spare Sule f>r the United St .t<-. I get .
\ sx-iyted in the prrete..fMeelichne.
,' . .. . .
: .T. W. CIlEVAtD, IlL Htiracss, lirldlef Whips, Trunks i
at the oi.> "ClAN (>f Or. Taylor.TaBIitqe.r. ', no pains to accommodate and oblige all 1 of (heir E. EETCIIAM <6 CO., Mannfacturerso IJ

Call & Brevard .!tiii.rv 1. 1859. 6 !i I did Machine Celling fri.-ud* who may f.vor tbom'ith their patronsge.Give .- Japanned and l'tani.hed Tin Ware. 8. 1L 15. 20. 25. 30. 35. 40 & 50 HOOFS.
: Of every varirty. And in fict every article usually ua a call; we are anxious to keep the ball 289 Pearl Sfrccl New Vork.

, At1orn.oys: a1i Ln 1 I.UIIO"J"ICC.. i I kept in such an &tabUhnunt! ; and be hopes by at moving. SHIXE
, 'l' \\..LlA\ "SF.F.. FLOK1I. -i-- 'I teulion to the! intfrvst of U. customers to merit a Feb. 4. I860. 6 a 13 EEQUESTED TO EXAMINE THEM BETOEI PCECHA3IXO .
Il $ '. \ y 1\. ; :-.dat..1, th-InVcIrcI in the practice(..fI Dr. I continuance of the pittronage so liberally .towed -- Notice.SIX OT11KK UAK S.
I ,., Stuart White ; his' rcJe-cuSf'r. J. E. PURDY. Donald Cameron
:tI : !! ,w. nfT.'r tlwir pr"'ft.i..mLI VervKcV to the upon WHOLESALE DEAIXE3 8CPPIJED BY
S 1 ih3- will! rrllt'l it'( in the Circuit Courts ofS located near :'./tl 1, on the Pen. .t Oeo. ]I! The subscriberronU also inform his friemU and weeks from the fimt publication of ttiii notice DOUGLAS SHiRWOOD.
,. HAS services : clIDBfJt @h 1 m IP &@B ondersipie! > will 1 apply to the Judge of Probate &
ii 5 Ih -tri c the Supreme Court and DitrietS (ad. and iftors hiltS professionul 1 the pvblir.! tLat he: still contii. the Agency of the
,:' !yj U"iW Stat.-a at llaha..PE'C. I I ti the citizens of th' surrounding onu, try: He eco j i veil kuowu and justly c rlbratcdWhrrlrr TALLAHASSEE FLA. | of Leon county for letters of administration on 51-53 & 55 WHITE! STREET
tte estate of Bartholomew Holt deceased late of
: : J. CUiiec about
Office ia Rutgers new building ort-r theo lit' round at the rei.ienete- Mr. J. *
4. Wilfon's Stirinp; f' (. WM. T. TAYLOR. KEW YORK.
\\ < mile from tlw S'at.onN 1',11 at J. WEBERS CLOTHIKG STORE l said; county.
crn Ran Road.: one OFFICE)
: I. (, A I II ".v .ir., 16?. 47 5 Talnusc! S.-pt. ?J. 1Stt. Si T8. I860. 8 i i.'ur.h K. 18CO. 12- w i: rcb 10. lE 60.

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The State Debt. I -some few remain neutral, but A large -----Hew* Item. such purposes and hope to-ace their brethren of the r, L'E FB03I CE C. C.LL.-'

: ilcrri;: : & D1trnnl. I Oov_ Perry has just returned from A fljlng visit i| j-n'portion Whig continue their opposition to J In the California Legislature, resolutions hive. i other unfettered Cuuntil will eu.h of any the such**terr taniHrms Jic|nnue the ; LUI Jacxsox 3lsthi lutL. I$4.DM .

to Cbarlcrton on business connected wit!. A debt for I the lni"craey, and are now attempting to form a been tartiestiy; debated intruding the ..congres Stan Jar J Maickl 5. : Sir Although I Lave written .

= ..- ,. -- -- -- ......._- .. which the State, by authority of the J.glaure.] fret.National Constitutional Union party"- nd slouch delegation t uw tbeir best exertion againstthe I --CoiiTCiitlou.Thi 0 I (era in rc.ly I have not found space to twwlong comment:.,.,.,

T.LL.n A88EX : has bore responsible, but which in i it i* portion of them in Florida who are now separation of any portion of the State, from The Charleston I iif Charleston thr iS-1 of.April one very important remark contained in T ocr Itt _

-- by the General Government. Tae debt i about (crying out mOt lustily against the jirosifiption of whith: to form a Territory until a majority of the *1-ody llta.tl l'l follow cf the 4th January. Seeming to rfijur.l .1 ,
I .
T, MARCH 24, IUO.tr and ut of 103 wu.bcr. teJ & t
--SATfHDAr-- --. 32-1.0.some $.270CO.of which Wi negotiated in Whig by Democrat people] of the entire State have consented to such ,7i coo can cffa of eword. 6r some other IUak Rcpul.;::. a:.. lan

--- Savannah and the balance! in Charleston. The Now i the Democrats were to give the orri. disunion. II FREE STATIC.Voti event certain of occurrence at the! next rosijfa,

\ "e are anthorized to announce mount oninjr in Charl, <-tton fulls dne on the M thou places of honor and emolument, wout they -The_Spanish pol-icca J"Mra1 cleared At I \ r!ft- I tial rlltiCn. you say, .And for. the.first time s .
II. T BLOCKER &A candidate I.r Major of tb April-that in some time in May. State in the of Mr. Monroe officialposition I i the dn Jaekscn., hall ha/..
lfJ"I1 Dot as daY u"e thrir Charleston on Monday the 5th, for the Canary Is- \\ .. 13i 1 : we Proi.Ur.:. thais -
I. Maine . .. & ..
J}1 Zij JtlJ Ln Regiment Florida Militia; at the elec- HOlds were with the .utic by whom fur which they did it ]land with |;l.lian. i a nation we r..t b* lamed
."I itt .me purpose a cargo of flour, e''la t one thousand New _.. ,lina.i".1 [ : ,11.1 "I*nj mf .
: lioa in Ma>-_ the money was advanced. with authority to fell the that time-Ihe advancement of their own poitiiah six hun-Ired barrels, including the finest brands of \ Y Ualnl.hrt.. BjMichijcai(; I. . ... .. like i-ott will be'llie first to "y Li* &:lr&in'tr'ivl:

--2-Y-" We authorized to announce Bonds unless] th debt i is |>ni3 at maturity. As the principles} And if so, bow can they expeet theDemocrats North Carolina. Baltimore, and jA j Massaehu's-to..l3tVIseuimiu. ; .. ... 5 i. i i. without fault." .

made nidJml.nd I Rhode Ulund ... 41.'sa .. .. .. .. ..4
Federal Government Las no appropri- them in office T
yet to place Now sir how this be ? If.iw ,
E. KILCREASK.of Gadsden enmity, A :convention .southern Inventors i hi to as i Connecticut ..... 6'Minnrt: ... .. 4 I I can: cit: it o me :_)

I a Ocr.)1* A caa.Wate! for re-election to the of M aj j-r: aton to relieve the Mate, aud n* her treasury i it in The rel fact i is that the Whigsjand Democrat of soluble at alale.lon during the session of theismocratie j 1 New York ... ... ..S3:.California: .. .... 4 JI I I pass? I have charged, and you llu. hvt .)rui ec ;

General of the Division of Florida ore Militia at the no condition to meet this heavy obligation] without Florida are now as much hI calc] of her Bond, at the each other have The ] i I ... | -
_ a perhaps a 'crfce. ob as they ever ouly pointupon lennPJlali. .. principlee-that if those
e'eetion' to beheld in May next. -The Governor of has formally notified ._ .183 riocip: sera :
Maryland .. . .23 T.t.lIS
----- j ject of the Governor'* visit was to secure An extension which tl"I' agree i their opposition to the tt' carried into execution: ,they roust :
the produce a
Legislature that he will remove I rtolution
: c2r We are authorized to announce of crl.it with the hope that the U. S.Government Back Republicans. iLAYE STATIC.Vote in our government and the de
Stump from the office judge of the criminal court 1'vtt.i. ruetivuoj
Dr. G. W. PARKHILL, f f Leon county, as a candidate would, in the meantime make the necessary The Sentinel holds out the idea that it depends! I our constitutional Union. *
of Baltimore. .. .. ... . .. .. 6
_______ whether Dkware!: 3 T.ui.iaul .
An extension obtained for four the action of the Charleston Convention I
(o Major General of the Western 1iTi'WD. appropriation. was upon The North I.rlaIJ.. ...... $|Tia! .. .. 4 I I A Black Republican should *.e L'rougtpower :... 4
Carolina "
t Democratic contention *
71oid.i! Militia,at the election in May iitxt. months on the Charleston portion of the d.L and it will ,urprt its nominee or Dot, and says that I Yirgiiiia ... .. .1Tuleet) . .. ..12I exclusively by the vote of that party *V

l'ro1al.1ya like favor will be granted in Savannahon 1 ita party may fnd it to .their interest t choose composed of over three hundred delegate representing !I North Carolina ..luJKentucky . .. .. .12i he not feel his duty and his obligations to Ms lW

I. T "We authorized to announce sixty two counties, renominated GovernorEllis .. b.Arkanas . 4 paj-v
%* are what is due there.It delegates to the Baltimore Convention of the Union i >x>uth Cur'luR. higher and than lila r rtitution.

__ J. JOHN WILLIAMS as a candidate] for Colonel of to hoped that the Florida delegation in part-" We believe the Sentinel deceives itselfwe by acclamation chess delegates to the Charlev 0 0 Georgia . .. .. 9'MisMrtiri! . ... 9 stronger he and allegiance to the cot 4 1
i b 0 Flori.lo; ... ... S1I .MeJ they repudiate enn.t
the r.jhla Regiment, Florida Militia, at the election Congress will not let this matter slumber. The do not think its future course depends upon the ton convention and electors at large and aJOlte I .I"ltma..9. Tolal 15 State*.. .12ij > moment of his inauguration ? I the Black te

j in May. Genera Government owes the money. The troops action of the Charleston Convention,abut upon the resolutions against sectional compromises .squatter j Mississippi .. .. 1 Add 18 free i>UU 183 licans are honestly and seriously to the Iepul

to pay whom the amount was borrowed, were regularly favor which the proposition for the proposed "UnionConvention" sovereignty. cution of the slave law orp ni
1 2* We authorized to announce the there i ia The Whole ... .. ... .. .. .. .303 fugitive arf<
mustered in and out of the U. S. service by receielrom people. I Maryland House ofDelegateshas declared A choice..21)2 to the d cion of the Supreme Court of I

4) Ms}* D. n BIRD, of Jeffersen county, as a candidate order of the Secretary- of War and the Government probability of its-success, or of its adding the least VJcantthe seats of theten Delegates from Baltimore. necessary States all the thl Uifi
Although but 303 vote can be cast in point of on .judictet point invoNin: ]
i for Brigadier G"ncrl) of the Militia embraced to it without further the organization of the A new election 1 is The bill ll(
ought pay delay. !strength t opposition party ordered t incorp. 0 fact two for each tote will admitted to question of African Slavery] will they] Lot
within the Middle Judicial Circuit in Florida, the &ntinel will in for i; if not, it rate the Brock City Railway Company rjlcte : delegates the require
wa whom
g seats on the floor of the Convention, the man they bring to
: I =-- --_'- === Thank yon, JTIr. Fouke. may then give A reluctant support t the Charleston ; but a motion made to reconsider, and it latin their Iwer carry ont
The Mr. M. C. from Illinois has 0 number 606 or 240 from theSlas-eziu'dZGSfi-om the policy Will they elect a ident
Fouke I knowing
: Democratic lon nominee, but not A hearty one. be may be called sgain.
Meeting I -i up that he '
i Waua been industriously aiding the Little Giant by Free Mates. 'i execute the fugitive slave law ? TLt

J CCf": Notice is hereby wi sending speeches under his frank addressed to governed by policy alone.If -The House of representatives of Louisiana, on Besides these delegate, the members of the Na he will sign A bill, should the occasion arise dnrin-
the Sentinel succeeds in its efforts for State
bo a meeting of the Democracy of Wakulla nearly every voter in this ae.tion (We wonder Convention nominate candidates for Governor A the 2 insUst, by t vote of nearly three to one, tional Democratic Executive Cmmitet have seats his administration, extending slavery over terri*

t laid on the able a proposition t remove the saL on the floor of the Convention hut n. Theyare tory now free r they believe the ,
the 27th who furni bed him with their names') On Thursday .ot, I President elw
in Newport on Tuesday, and its friends will
county, Cngre we hope act con of of that Stale from Baton
t government Rouge to 33 in number. Moreover, is to ted by them will administer the
we were honored with A of the"Stales' it ell mAry government, as i it
I copy and show their dislike of
inst., (it being Court week,) for the purposeof sistently, proscription'* New OrfeantThe was administered
admit distinguished members of the party to the by Wa8hingtonandJaekfl,
and Union" containing. not a speech why 0I
newspaper of the candidates for the offices
appointing delegates to attend the Convention but A letter from Mr. F. t the Hon. A. J. Hamilton by selecting from the one Democratic rank Of high the Democratic State convention of Louisiana, floor of the house as a courtesy. So that the Con I have they taken .opposition to African slaver j" ;,

in Tallahassee, which meets the 9th course while refusing t instruct their delegates Charleston vention will be (about 650 member the battle cry of their legions T Why are
M. P. from Texas, and the reply of the latter, nominee will not lie change of his t omp- tey organize
expected t any have declared that they consider John The vote of the exceed of to resist the execution of,the law and
the cannot 303
for ot .
I of April next, purpose appointing in which Senator Douglas i i. held up as the most political principles, hut merely the nomi lon tt
t accept Slidell eminently qualified for the office of President which two-thirds, or the number for nomi constitution, 1 far as they arc favorable to the
delegates to the Charleston Convention. A available man in the Democratic ranks" for the ination as A token of the liberality of the Whig requisite institution -
of the United States. nation in preceding Conventions, ii 21,2., of African slavery ? I have high
attendance it All Old Line Charleston nomination. This Douglas letter from A respect
fut desir.c. Southern man accounts for our receipt of the said e*.- On Satarday the 10th inst on telegraphic information - for the personal merit and ability of many gentlemen -

Whigs or Americans who intend supporting newspaper. We don't happen t agree with the The Convention fr,m Savannah, the Baltimore police arrested The great breach of promise case of Miss Carz- found in the ranks of the Black RepuMion I

the nominee of the Charleston Conventionare distinguished Texan-nevertheless courtesy requires Quite 0 A ferment was raised in our city, evening13th William K Bagby, charged with having tang against Mr. Shaw, is now on its second trial party and I cannot believe that they are 'inecre

respectfully invited to attend. that we should say "Thank you Mr. Fouke." by the reception of tel.graphc obtained $2lOOO by fraudulent means from the in St. Louis. On the first trial a verdict was in their professions of plitiel faith. I believe they

MANY DEMOCRATS. W might hinting not that meet in!alona city Demoraic, after all] Convention Despatches State Bank &t Savannah. He was committed to given for the rlainlif with damages to the unusual intend to do,if they they profess a wish;

NEWPOHT, March 17th, 18GO.JS'ew Charleston Tlerenry. of like tenor were received by several parties one aw.i a requisition from the Governor of Gerga amount of$10OO. A large number of very emi- have done, and I must therefore believe that th

We have received the prospectus of the J/rrrvry of which has been kindly] placed at our dispsl. -Scarlet fever is raging f fearfully in ment counsel are employed on both sides. including President elected] by H.em. 'ho shall honestly aa 1 (

4 which we will endeavor to insert 1 coon .the and bead our telegraphic column this Illinois. Hon. Edward Bates who leads for the defendant. faithfully administvi tbegnverumentne the laand ._
Adverllacment .
We must be to that \i-e consider it
t ; crowded state of our advertising column will permitted say The following of the in this the constitution, must be a traitor to the
r There is a long list of new advertisement in tMIdate permit sheer moonshine. The Convention. is called hereby The Arctic expedition of Dr. Hayes will leave description principals party
: u* to do so. The character of that paper i* well of'cr' cf the last Convention which met at Cinciunati f imous snit is taken from the Missouri Democrat which shall bring him into power. No man '.ca
Floridian, which we have not space: t notice Nqw York in 3Iay. He will reach Greenland in a ;
it known. stands in tbe front rank of Slate I and not Committee to whom ? serve two mA.ter"-lle cannot serve .God
by : iDJ
I Right any 1 Miss Effie Catharine has
which the ; Carztanjf
A separately, but t a examination of monthK$ go hence northward over the track of Te plaintif. Mammon and ,
ly the business details were committed the ; no Black
journals and is besides one of.the best an'spapers ; hal comparative obscurity till the commencement Republican with tin
1 reader is referred for himself.l very Dr. ftlt a P'l -tc" hCn northwardacross
has been engaged and various delegations Kale to o ;
; ha"c o1tli of the She and under the
published in all the hnthislatterpar.ticular present proceedings. welt to St. principles creed of his party can sd-
land given bonds for the fulfillment certain cntrcsfor Bay, to where the whales are caught- Louis in the 1854. Her minister this Government
year acquaintance
Democratic Meeting In Le.n. it has improved vastly within the last few board, committee rooms, etc. ; and the wit WU.Olt being either
Mr. Shaw commenced
harbor during 1856
CnTn. hopes to wywre a by the itt ycir ,
This most in tion will meet in tbe Institute Hall, in this proper ofSeptember traitor to the constitution, or A traitor to his _
.4 meeting & respectable number year Subscription price-Daily$10; Tri.weekly ta after will the land in the promise to marry is alleged to hare been given party
,. sooa cross
' and taleut. The resolutions reported by the Com (z. To Clubs I copies of the Daily are furnished The gentem.nho has volunteered to represent inNovember, 1S56.)In personal appearance Miss And although in the one C.1 we might tolerate ti.

mil tee and adopted by the meeting give no countenance for }10-5 copies of fie' Tri-weekly] f 20. 8utb CarolDa on will not National strengthen Democratic his Convenlien Execu sledge 1rr he will start with a boat, and Carztang is rather tall in fgure. and withal graceful treason, in both we should despise the trailer, aid
t Commitee. hopes to water in the eighty-second has dark hair blonde ]
parallel complexion the South will
to Donglasism, in any shape or frm Seethe city, by joining in consideration for mto.n ell. loyal never trust the man, who ma t

He bases his of success on the and a firmness of features, the decision
f Our neighbor the Sentinel keeps its clamor its March Lopes L.t indicating be treacherous either to his his
proceedings in another column. up removl-C/ITltto1.Mercury, 15. acroaa'tiie ice. of character which has marked her participation frt.nd eountrr.
c a kr office, and in its lengthy jeremiads complains We agree with the Mercury that the "NationalDemocratic journey in the present suit since its inrtpton She is The promise vf fidelity in the Administration of(

Change; of Schcdnle. that the Democratio continues its The ework the 'atinnal a little the law and
party organization Cmmitee" Ill no power to change the correspondent of prdl-'y over thirty years age. the constitution is like the prvniM

A new schedule goes into (pration. on the Peneaeola -j and by 1 doing as A party they keep the place holding the Convention. such A thingbe intiit1t says: .The importance of preservingto Te defendant, Henry Shaw, has been a resident of peace, given by A friendly flap, a the mast lend
d Ge. R R. tomorw. Te train for control of the Legislative and Executive. Depr- attemlte the Committee will be exerting A the authorities the control railroads in cities of mer Luis,for and foity-one acquiring yeAr.great He wealth was,formerlya retired] of the pirate, until the ya rover .boarded lh
Goodman's 14 miles from Madison will leave
some meets of the in their i* exemplified in the fact that the street railroad and the work f is done.
government own hand. I to the purpose for which it was con o. from buinea as long ago & 1841. In personal ship ( piracy I hop
1 I the Tallahassee Depot at 6 in the morning and the gives the Democracy no credit for liberality in allowing stituted. But while the Committee wanting in Cincinnati paid t the city in the month of Febru appearance Mr. Shaw i of medium height, hearty most earnettly that the Souln will meet the Black

i tin for Monticello at 4 in the afternoon. I'assen" the Judiciary Department of the Government justification the Mercury offer ary a per capita on the number of passengers carried complexion rather sharp in feature, wi. RfpuJCnheD he shall con.to board the slip" :0
going East, who take the 6 o'clock train can thillower. 8 eyes, and possessed of great suavity of manner; in sailor the
gers to b filled with members of the opposition, which the Charleston Hotels have of $ 2,474 42 The total revenue to the city from :tte as tbe gallant meeU llrutt obis
and advantage fact one or the politest men of St. Louis. His age I
reach Jacksonville Fernandina the next morn ]
and says that taken of this fact to increase the rate of board to the three street railroads chartered has amounted is between fifty and sixty; lilt hair i is tinged with I deck been in all and P 0

ing. At the latter place steambat. run daily t "The only conclusion resulting from this fact, $5 per day T lied such a thing been done under since the commencement of their operation, t$9,1: /ryIs wealth I nrouslyesimted between opinions.ba' I have ntionA A party my tie t.dn [
; Charleston] and four times a week to Savannah. would] be that they were not proscriptive as to Judicial similar circumstance by the Hotels North of Mason 660. The [railroad toll bill has passed the New J.OO and $2.0O. the tie wlich.in. me to my_ I hare net
i: This i I' now the shortest and most comfortable officers. But no party in Florida has ever York by a vote of 81 to 33. The er naci a local teasing or aneciion strong enough to _
and line, would not Lave been held Assembly J
Dominated candidates
for the office of DxOD" i Comp 1
I route to either of these cities. Judge by Democratic fleeting In Leon. combat my patriotism. II..v my country; '-
the finances bow tUlL
---- party Convention, and it i i. very doubtful whetherthe up. by all the Southern papers the Mercury an,1 trler' report on shows $3.90 remote extremity of its dist"ntouadarie I
people would have sanctioned it, hence, they COr included, 8 a characteristic Yankee 000 of revenue can be raised for tlet&r.. The At a meeting of the Democratic party of Leon my whole I"
Letter or
Ceo. Call.
We publhh the concluding letter of Gea. Call could not have been prescriptive as t there offices." trick? of taxation will be three and seven-eighth mills on county, to appoint Iltg.te t a State Convention, I have tntr.btn opposed t- "aion. diunio
t Now, contend that the fact that "no be held ] tbe th And nullification in and wMcbthey
we very The Washington Star : each $IOO. The Comptroller thinks that no new to at Tan..aee.oo ? day of April every phase in
Iris Sew York in to-da says
correspondent } HoiaJ in Florida has nominated candidates' Hon. J. have ever yet appeared, either in the North
party ever The works can be commenced with propriety. next was tilled to the
It breathes announcement the hotel ofOliarleslon B GALItJTJ
tnrongnout use UIVM ia th.t keepers or the South. But if ] before the .
for Judicial offices, you me cliO.
feeling and is, in ocr judgment decidedly the best I positive pror that tbe c1. rgtof" > diS. douLliug thoir prUa. for hoard -Judge R Martin of the superior court of Chair and D. TV" GWTX.T appointed Secrelar. of Union under an abrogated p"r constitution, awocia.
eternal against the 'i. upon those from a distance who may attend tbe On motion Dr. FarVhill :
I prosripton" Democracy'is Baltimore decision the 13th inst sustaining a of ted with the within its
of the series. The South mutt indeed be stirred created a on 0 CDJmiU. fv slavery pro.enS
t not well founded. But for the Sentinel to call C.nteDtioD. & a great flutter among the limits if I choose
upon the was appointed to report business for the consideration ; must between the citwquenoes
her profoundest when sccli A warm lover of Democrats here a elswbere. When Charlestonwas constitutionality of the metropolitan polite ni J.
I| the Democratic give their the shame and dishonor of union
party up organizationbecause of the which Committee
the Union a Gen C. has ever leon and etill is takes t proposed at Cincinnati &the city in which the law enacted by the Lgielature at its late session- meeting, was composed and the and disunion\,then I.hi
S the Whigs of Florida are not is Democratic Parkhill perils! ed.mitie :
Convention Charles E.
should beheld P.
position in favor of Ji! lution rather than submit orgDied. net Kationa The law goes into effect immediately. oD. Dyke, Ch.rll' be fo dunin. r b Ilion and.war.. with .n
puerile in tbe extreme it is one of the in favor of its tle.fi
makng A request arguments selection Chaires L. S. Duval and J.J. \Villiams.On astrous which ,
to the election of a Black Republican President. It ] was the allegation that under circumstances The of the late John G. Bolter, of New cnlueDeS may f01ow. in prefer
no \ri
which it would be the
height of for Demo'
folly motion of Dr. Maxwell, a Committee of five coat A union degrading
1 humiliating
A significant sign of the times which would Cincinnati' gouging example be fol- York.leavcshia whole estate his widow and t
1 conrntv crate with. It is t Yet I am true and ID
comply the Democratsto allegiance
t asking there the tone of the was appointed to report Delegates to the State Con faithul my &every
higher of
Northern mn in the Black Republican ranks would lowe population after her death, his four children. A codicil, and measure o the constitution. I still!
I. place in the band of the opposition a power to & city being the guarantee successfully t vention, which consisted of Dr. G. T. Maxwell J. principle

Jo well t pDder. be used for their own destruction.Suppose proposed to turn the scale in favor of Charleston. however, disinherits his eon Walter and h.daughter M. I Hilton, C. Williams and the lok wonderful with pride, amazement, ,andrattudf.1 _
t -- the In the face of this fact, the admission of the Mary Ann, the wife of John Dean, the coach obfron. R B R progress happiness An event in the of Methodism in Tallahassee Democracy should for the Bake of Walter GwynnTe of our country. 1 still contemplate with i rapt enjoyment
hibtory Charleston] Conner that the hotels of the
city are who resides in has
: man, now a small situation -
the Brooklyn the future and of
I the erection and furnishing of a Partonngc uniting South comply with the demands of the about to follow the Cincinnati example] is sufficient Committee appointed t report the names of pwe glory our n.lil
in the New York Cuatom-llouse, and said if our happy union in the
which ,-.comrltt and formally taken possewion Sentinel and give them an equal share in the Legislative to create A very general impression that the public to be a steady, industrious man. i Delegates t tin State Convention, submited the following virtue of the constitution preserved dispensing like'pintand the
from distance be swindled
and Executive a are to at round
a rate
i. of by the rl"tl'r. the Rev. J. K. Ckvcroii, Wednesday Departments the Government there. names, t wit: Providence of God, its equal blessings to every for

(I evening last, the 21st in-t We have reason to (they still holding the ascendancy in the non Clark B Cochrane, Representative in Jflccosukie-Dr. F. A. Byrd, Joseph Christie, tion of our country But sir, seeing 11 mot sincerely
know that the occasion of Judiciary.) because they occupy the same position There is no doubt that the Star is right abut Cnge.from the Montgomery district, New York John Miller. B believe I do see, the germ of revolution ti.1

.tone peculiar pleasure against the Black Republicans which the Democrats the irnpresxion in the Convention that Cndnnatrlgou.lg bareturne''} to theUtica Asylum after a short visit Cntrnie-. Williams James Felk Dr. the destruction of the constitution in the principle
$; the of that denomination. For A
t member a Dumber do, would they not have the same views on other example" would not be followed at Charles- t hs! fami y. His friends hope for his ultimate S. Johl BrMord. Capt. Wm of the Black Republican party-feeing* strength 0
of years past the subject of a has Richmond Gardner. and Us hostility t the inititutiont of the Souti
been by that Church, but 1:1 the sonare members subjects which they have ever bad, and which are ton. It was certainly' stated in the Cmmitted.argf.I recovery: but it is thought improbable that he will Armenia-Richard Van Brunt, Reuben Manning altough. private citizen, having norihtl.*p< k

diupe tbe doctrines with the duty of selecting the place for be able retime his in the for myself single self, I Urn
felUhemselves 1 able to in the under- directly opposed t of the Democracy f t seat House Charles Martin. otheN yet my say I
scarcely engage holding the Convention that at Charleston the del prepared place the fate o(this Union,the -mail
Would they adhere the teachings of the father terrible the L le JaelMn-De. Robert Butler, Rob't 3!. Fritr- t [
List however the matter taken t -There is a mortality coolies -
king. yea. was among est monument of human genius the .
would not be the inconveniences son. James Willis. happiest i/
'I t of the egates subjected
hold of in e"rufst. unI a few months has sufficed to American "ptem"-r would they be willing t shipped from China The New Granadian bark Oliver. tration of ,'ith all it* past ftoy

I carry. it through. For this praiseworthy to renounce his doctrines for the sake of office? imposed upon them at Cincinnati-the well knownhocpitable Napoleon lately arrived at Callao, eighJ..eight do lolandAdiD For ioD Grissett.ffodyton't all its ( pltical1i1cm bgbti grandeur and ye

!successfully Now if would adhere his and high-toned character of the people ) nown-I am prepared to place theta aU m the single
work in all its j)1aes) tl.t Church i i. indebted to theliberality they t principles and from the Sandwich Islands, with the remains Still Dr. Lucian Duval, Noah Me- ,
I forbade such A supposition nor do we believe that the next Presidential eonUt It
them out ; Elvy, K P. Grant. in. nuj
cannot o
of it and to the carry they expect Democrats to cargo of these miserable creatures. Of two hundred
generous them either for they approbate the alleged course of their Hotels. Natural Bridge-Dempyey Futch, J. J. Chains iade A momentous issue mere stupendous
I aid(.f the eotninnnity.. irro'jH-ttivc <>f dl'nomiuflion- support Legislative or Executive. South and forty coolies taken on board, in China,one hup- Green Chaires, C. P. Chaire consequences more fearful in lU result to the
Carolinians of the State
out condemn
al prejudices. The building itself I is two storied postiune..if they would support the Democratic it with .dred and thirty-one died on t.e voyage, and twen Road = Roadt-Dr. G. W. Parkhill, Jesse cause of human liberty, than the battle_ of Plumslia. -

;i with ample room for a good siz J thoroughly party merely for the sake of office, they would de- indignation and unconcealed disgust as worthy of ty-eight were sent t the hospital on arrival at Calla 0
finished and 'urni.hed throughout. What ort it for tilE same reason-and they are not worthy the 'cutest yankee" in all yankeedom. But after: leaving only] eighty-one who were mostly to Talaanu-Dyke, P. R Brokaw, D. P. Rome lost her liberty in A barbarous age. vben

aJ.tlut the of either Democrats or Whig The all, it only proves that tbe Charleston weak for labor. HO"' M James S. Rust William D. there was none to sympathize and suffer with ntr.
a little to the gratification connected with the !urpr ., W. Brevard Jr.
are nothing more than men. .Make Teo.lore John P. We may lose the" Palladium of oar eenlr'l ci.ty" .-
t work is. that the whole is pa.1 for, or what is the party, conscious of the correctness of whie -The Philadelphia] Bulletin states as evidence Coles and lowr\ iD the most enlightened
shines" is old which wol'ihistr
sun an proverb they are not pa
are thing the small amount yet due i in hand its principles, expects its members to "stand up to of the fact that Russia is keeping up with the mechanical On motion, F. L. Villepigtie, F. I Gotten, Wm After demo strAti.the.piLl of mn

from which i"ill be forthcoming when celled for. the rack, fodder or no fodder." They do not believe abu. [racl.iDg when occasion presents, tha'acI'ar. progsofthe age that a steam fire engine Branch, J. Y. Jones, James B. Carlisle] D.Stuart :-after illustrating ou sueens

A Committee of Ladies of the Church, having that honest men would join their pry for has been built in the United States, to her order White, Judge A. L. Woodward and the members of and progress after the virtue and h hpplne.ef popular
government creating expeditionin
charge of 'urnial.inglle lu'onagf. return their eclfieh motives-but they] believe that many DiiTuor Riv. W. H. GiLLcaric.-The Memphis for use in St. Pctersburgb. The metal '-011 the Committee, with the President and Secretary every laud and the friend of liberty throng- I

tl auks for the aid rendered them iu the subjoined Iu.n are prevented from acting with them for fear Advocate announces the death of Rev. W. H. Gille of the engine was chiefly done in Philadelphia, but of the meeting, were added t tbe list of Delegate out the world:may weep over th.n our one "
;, that such motives would be attributed -pie. and adds: He wa a member Union.
card : unworthy to supernumerary the machine itself was built Richmond, Virginia and the report as amended wan then adopted.The glorious :
of this Conference. His health had been feeble i there be 1
their action end the course of the Sentinel justifies Committee may n alttathelB r'
A CARD. for several year Last year he spent most of his Great Britaia has concluded with Nicaragua a appointed to report resolutionsfor no choice but submission An arts I

The Committee of Ladies ttsL with the duty them in their (earL time in Forida.preaching with great acceptabilityand treaty similar that lately made with Honduras the consideration of the meeting, submitted gant party, which may bem.restDt ,tell*- ,

.t Funnelling the new Methodist Punwnage. return The Attempt t conciliate the Opposition was He was a deeplypious man, truly by which Great t Britain abandon her ( the following which were read and unanimously] in advance that i it will not t cnoyec 0, I

their most acknowledgements to the members made by Mr. Monroe during hiadministration, and devc'H ft ministry. Had oe enjoyed good agces t pro adopted, to wit: domestic iDititutonal&reni\ permit ml
gh.Cul health, he would have doubtless been our tectorate over tie Mosquito The British the I'J*' I
of the denominations and t the young it &A failure. True they took office under him, among tertr. 1. Retained, That the Contitlltio guarantiee t. enjoy rght privileges guaranteed
\.rou efficient We deeply with Minister will remain at Managua till the I
: gentlemen in the city and elsewhere, for the generous and a* Mr.Jefferson said of them: his moL interesting men( May Iympatis the CDgeof:1 the people of each and all the States of this Unioa cnstituton have most tinJty said, that-althoop]
amiy. Go tk ea. shall hare taken action on treaty Treyol
of and
aid given them in this labor of love, through They might call themselves Republicans. But widow and orphani Critial Advocate, < equality rights privileges in the domain and .we should] not permit tbe Ixun.ioD of slarcr/
of which certain. Territories of the United States and that t
which liberality the Parsonage has been furnished the name. alone f changed-the principle are the J /17. approval f con.ider duty of the General Government,, the it i the the over territory now free,but protect it where ili i5
agent "
earne. Mr. Gillespie A portion of the in -Information has been received at the State a* A State institution, until the people of each (
: comfortably] and their own labors thereby rendered 'ent past year States, in its different branches
The to Mr. administralioA from of the of nfetr.t pro any State ,hl in their own way by their IWI
pleasant and opp.itOD Monre'a Montieello, where iu'pire the warmest feelings Department, I.nna. publication A ted them A well in the holding property laws, see fit within their owa hOC e
ageeablt. they became few in numbers order eoifirming the decree of the Governor as in the enjoyment of life and and that ir away
contnued untl 1 of and affection all denominations. royal liberty we where 4
Mn a, 'riJcr.Mr. rePt among den" Ob, ye*, you will protect it &
MTEKS, Vase Pretide that they abandoned their organization through General of Cuba, dated October, 1859, relating to recommend to our Delegates to Charleston tL" How will you redeem thi pledge so grsfw"*

I shame] and mortification." Mr. Monroe, being anxious Wore of the Plurderero to b Dnn the exemption from tonnage duly of vessels wholly Convention to use all honorable means to defeat ly given, while bad faith and tleeber toti )JW 1
*. Corroier: \ ; the nomination of any one for President of the U.
!1r Fary. to conciliate them, appointed many of the The Ocala Home Companion of the 18th iDa tays. laden with live cattle poultry of all kinds,or hens' States holding views and principles contrary and the constitution are the tArdins virtart '

Iu. Ensiosneos,} vsret-trcsaeI. lender to office, and the people sent other to Con The trial of the remainder of the nfg eggs; also'the, opening of the port of Batabanosolely those herein t your pltca faith ? flow will you prot i '"
engg epreP where r What right hr.
in the murder of their roaster Dr. Stteinstituton
Air*. Ki EV, Now 2. Delegates from Leon
.. grew. what was the consequence of this at- for commerce in these Rartd county to our i >
eluded last after and arice. you witb illiutO I
on evening A long Stte
-- Saturday to to assemble in Tallahassee ?
tempted conciliation on the part of Mr. Monroe Cnnntion. than with the institutions I
The Clark Plow.Tl.i tedious innltgtlon. The evidence, which was -The Yorkvill (South Carolina) nominates on the 9th "prl. hereby instructed op any il fu'
and his friends Under the Enlirt t Your be. inch |jt baa
f administration of Mr. clear submitted A regular the eclectic protection wi .
psitn wa t J. Orr for President. n o any Delegate or Delegates r
t Plow is coming up fully t the expectations John Q. Adams, with the aid of the Federal pat drawn shortly returned with the following lon 1 > pe Charleston Convention whose views are not t will protect perpetual agitation of the qa sw
I of the inventor. who have tried are verdict: Israel and Allen and Lewis Levin member of Uon of slavery-by creating the most unjust II
Toe i perfectly ronage, they again organized as A party. During gily. t b -Hon C formerly a known to coincide with the above. unfounded against it by preaching*:- (
satisfied that it the teat cultivator they hanged Wednesday; John and of and A well known Na rrejudicH j
te Dr. Parkhill offered the 5'
i the Administration of Gen. Jackson l'1ladelpbia. following
they gatheredstill knew the murder was to be and Cngum reotol 0 fake represenUtw
Jiave ever used. Win. A.. Carr, E q_, A large planter ] further strength t their rank* through the be The Jury did cmmite'altogether are t AmerolD,die in that city on the 14th in.t He which was read and adopted, to wit: otroe endilion of the slave, and false represents"

on Lake Jack n in tl.is county, and a thoroughly I influence of the old United States Back then seek" as whippd& to be ifice on John,age wn a native ofSt Carolina. Be it retolred. TAt in our opinion a onion of of the humanity of the mas. You 'i pf1' 1

practical farmer writes a* follows concerning it: it i thought that he will be Charleston and New Orleans the South is the success of the conserve I it by corrupting the slave by sedfeing w t
I'i ing the interest pie trade t is'
t L recbarert -. i tire candidate for the the I by exciting him to revolt And insurrection,of:
? THE Sl ILET AND CHEAPEST PLOW OFT11EAUH I I urging a protective tariff, and the attempted inauguration New Hampshire.Election. stated t b nearly fifty per cent larger than usual tion-therefore we Preidenellr our fellow-citizens nexelr, irre cing mad fnte to arm him wit pile SIM II

l I i of A Federal system of Internal Improve The Xew Hampshire Stt election baa resulted this spring, owing t the withdrawal of southern [ of party, t act with us in all car del r- tol t murde master akp -J*";; '

I. the nndccsigncd :e witnessed ,itb more I ment. Under these powerful influences, they custom from the small dealers in New York, Philadelphia spciY protect it by inducing him to.run aJ. f
C than ordinary interest the exhibition of the PLOW presented in the success of the Republicans by an increased open violation of the law and the eonttitt\" Dt

,t. recently PteDte to E. R Clark, of Tallahassee, a pry, which would have destroyed the majority. Goodwin,Republican.U rlet Governor find Boston. On motion of D. Maxwell, th thanks of the open contempt of the authority of judicial p1fr "'

}'Iorida Joseph II. Alston has purchased the I National Democracy but fur the more than Roman by a of about five thousand. Last >-VTbe Belgian Mini.te to the United States is meeting were tendered t the President and Secretary aiding him I in making hi* escape. This- .., ehi thi

patent for this plow for the t'tf of Georgia and firmness of JacksD. But they were scotched not majority about three thousand five ovJ9 Richmond on business relating to a con for the able and efficient manner in which tection you will give in the North, while tI,
used it, I unhesitatingly year i hundre Sooth and West will hedge him in with uspsable
: Having i had discharged their duties. von
1lma po. killed. Taking advantage of the popular feeling line of steamships from Virginia Ant they respective '
one of the best Plows I have ever The Republicans have Also elected four pro tmp.te t Urriers. Yon will apply the bow stW

F U is simple and cheap ia its contraction and can favor of GeL Taylor. on account of his military bably all five councillors; nine of the twelve of the werp. Ordered that these preeig b published i imprisonment confine him.within LU PrefoB! 1

c be made by tlie commonest Blaek inith. successes, the opposition presented him as their State Senators, and About ninety majority in the -. the Floridmn T. WM. A. The then how his want and B '
I CARR candidate for President His name was A tower of of Duvavl Democratic Convention meeting great
loU Reprenttna be will confine, trAngle,*.fc>eaU for th"a I
; I Alex. B. Hawkins eel W. Seott the strength-he &elected, and A majority of the *- the J. B GALBRAITH. C in" you sou fr'st
> Core We Invite attention to proceedings of of siMiee And starve Lira, until pestilence
I fAt a planter near Tallahassee and the latter one Senate And House of Representative were Whig, -E. L. IL Garner, city comptroller, and Robert this body,t be found in another place. It will bean D. W. GwTrx, Secretary. shall bring death to Lie relief r tt*
_l c-f onr most enterprising merchants but both eminently who would have succeeded in carrying out their Lynch city clerk, Milwaukee, have been ar. tI Squatter Sovereignty has no tolerance race f o retire, leaving thit jr slaves masters an

practical men who know *hereof t'II.peak long cherished principle, but for the mistakeMliich r.te Ad committed t jail, on the charge of forging with Democracy of Dnval.and a Delctration ia Aisiar or Mites JACESOX.. -This desperate character : own happy home vhie'P

.have feigned timikr tfttitcatn. they made in electing: John Tyler Vice President city ore And of being guilty of other malfeaaoee op appointed fore high.t the SLt jut Convention Southern sentiment that will ia stand the who it will be recollected, .charged wit I eJiristian This is charity the benevolence woubIadiass.rtoth sed ummsity I cc

; and A few Democrat in Cnge ofce Charleston Cnuntiou the murder of his daughter, some six i or seven years I this the measure justice you 'uW mete 7j t ?*

_Tie: College: of .rJuJ r Jofoe,1 f-nal Tit Whig patty tJiortly afer bme disorganized -The Jferevry and other paper* of Charleston A .pasted condemnatory of any ago. and who escaped from the District, was cap.. master, under usurped r. wer, and A vie* Isin,

., LLgregattou convoked by the IVj *. J Jaxc isn.ir.i- and the American party. was Attempted t be ay that the people in the surrounding country effort greaernao t force upon the the nomination party: at the Governor ensuing Convention and Con tureJ a week or two ago ia Florida, and broughtto stitntion.Our whole history and the history of _,&f lI

lno>ly decided that the |I.*c-rrati..n u! his tri i I ria in its stead 1 ut i U l.ckel the elements of ua are already speculating largely on the expected and this was done, because it has been whi
-1 tonal sovereignty is to cjonlj! conucUsl with t.e! ', liotiaaty, and i sewn broke up. The Democrat. large increase of table supplies, that will L required about in this section that such A programme is contemplated day last Jackson, we presume, will L tried at the the battle field Banker HillfT Long' go

general interest of tho church t o b. cf,n,iJercd tint. }| wIre l.aa been I led astray, returned ta the DemI during the session of the Democratic national to be plsrcd in that Body. The Democracy :prig term c of our Court.-Barirelt(8.( C)&' atop And Monmoutli. should \eseh siliiti QCsa pc

,- ply as a poliliw! qrri,': 0 1 ocratic rank, fs'iioaeil 1-y a few Old Line VThigs convention. Dural hat taken the initiatory t repudwte ttntl. impressive lons, against the vtidatluii


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.1 i'l\ ; .1 ", ,ie f'tight. and tof.r.II' meeting vf this Chattier t. .place thUev,' MJ A VALUABLE.PLA"1"ATION
till"' 1\'"' : '' labor ("r their siicccMat l.o; C. I A rgnJa .i H-EW' GOODS rpUE FOOKS belonging to 1he estate of J. -
: of America nil! I and the /cuni uloot U COUNTY.
: j, tin ei>n titution more --- ming al'I"laul< [ nut MeD-.de show that many of you Ir" ne tat Mic-
'::110t .mi! .,.tTlk' 1 l biettk' may yet be f. ght. it j order the U. P. H. A. COHLET, Tlie books Plantation called TTiaTi.AJD, on Lake
t ji o of 81 and THE
I estate: in Mini upwards. Jfontieello and !} miles
I' .r. I lIlt I.t "ill'ul $. .1'.. tbat Ih.'tO" ror BY TELEGPAPH. March S4, fW. Serrttary 1 i ill!: found mUeribcr until the ; 4 miles from
*?!,. ,n.l api-al.ns .h, C'r. may yet W ..rr --,..- Fop, tett.iit. v. 1.e ; lie IKturu- .t next they
'" :: rUvelli.it ihi' grent a i"I. iiiu- itt : July. "i.n "i t contains 2210 ai"a orlanol.orwbicb I 15 or 16
"no" due .
: l I.ATEK I ruoM I [ EI'ROl'E.ARRIVAl. \\i ill with to C'-l'tet. I
I cj, j .:, ]kf KT lUrKi!;i fiiec and \irtuC'. than fcr brrtisrmrnts. the : iutTtiOfi hi-s "k" hundred i.re rt.ared .nd under fmce' There are on -

.*". :, :,-<*. !P1 pri'-gre. will lot t,j. i a it* l.riirl.t! e* ? 11ru I I SPRING. & SUMMER, : notice t'.orefecid totem S.your A.>*bl'EXCEK: aecnrdingly., Exfr."ewp.irt. i the piece*" K"d C.'tt.sge Dwtlhrg Howes. Kitcli .
!..r:.. .-f'rtun*. t., ,!estr'V tin- institution* : ,- S z('KTIIK -- = :' I n.Mi..I.k. ll.u- tad I her out bouse, and a good
; March: !4. lS.0. S
.''I. ', MIVO piaJe il $r rl jinJ prifjiei: : .ji.. jhul J. R. GREGORY & co.5 : AT ; "> : framed GUI H e'f'. 40 by 69 feet: Slables Coin

.:,.>.:\' tlte .We. la Uric v. liutnan g.>vera- PULTOK.i Tit I OF SCHEDULE. H..use. Oreisrer' Ho. .n CHANGE
: ,"t:'11 d! i.n'i: i b.I" la cootruvrr il I ut !. (Stcf!OI TO E. UAHNABD, Ju.,) i iWh..lf ?mes. For many ,.n* past this plantatwr I has l-eet\.

..:. j'.I'lItI.9'. ..I... In .'ne lar C'ft".l..1. .- .n i \1S. SlbTiii: 2t t'tl!,. l cn.-Ilie tmniship .Dt-al in GASH & EXCHANGE ROOMS -- l'\ltintt'.1 I., c..l. It. II. O.B'bV. ai'd Li made es
: .' : ... ." :.r .. af.', ...1 ilh I'.'t,.. .. ., ltl".I..n to tln< |p..r' li.-...he. S :!" 1m'' Idil ., Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. Vffcl .. ni
..' '. I': a:. 1 i;,.. '.1:'.:...: --1AI.-IN '' vli. :Liverpool! dux.'c. ii.7i5i-tlir.'e .Uv" l hater.iterjceul : DRUGS AND) MEDICINES) i II Ii.f.emj:nm 1 .11 in'repitJ In thr fhafiiffn nf tie } !hre

: ,'" I.. r"i.'...:". I..I.II..U... It .,. I:" S, / Cotton MarLrt.: )1r1) '! '.- Jales nf 1 I OIE1G j RAILROADS.ON ) I eau be ..Unine-i f..11C..t Or-rolle and l >!V J. J Hm-
.. tJi-f.. ) H.'KHl tu-) .'. l iwrr rjnuli'i'K derlinril! I for Syears.
.. I; :tPbn' .hl. tL. J..nt'lic ir jys ton '!" ass the oTtuctr <'o the plantation
.' ,'f '.::0" ..r Jtlr1 ..-t. "HitnurUt denotes .!t1..t or trout ocekixleiiith II
!" : I I II .
,.Vl" r t \ .'' ': 'i. .t *I' il lM srrat atl ir.luli! to i. I, \IF SCOTT & CO i For terms and pftrticulsrs.apply to tl-c CD.I..r'i2ntO

: ..... .' u'll .!rtri v tlicinlv. IIIh.. gin l.ttfo Uincrtl Jf.CLdnr 3.1 tf1tr Montic.llo. G EO. W. TAYLOI4.t .
''. I I. ::. rmi'I l' a (lien fAce irarkej with iui I j Cuit-t. I I aod after Sunday erening. Morcli 25th. 1860 itb j near* Family Friend please ear

".|1".i-iin''! f.or ita.e.! by tW iiupretsof the I .1 n .hiu-ZcI.-'uuuLe< are quoted at 5-, I II Cars will !lease aud run as f.lo's. TIZ : I Mmch# 24. 1860. l -tf

.. _. -1 i n.ni. I ":!..: I "lifve tintroifj *n.Ifiiji I i 111. i I Leave Tal:1111: ''. ...... .10 I. }[ '. -.-- -- -
..- ..', i I' .ii !I..rt lrioir ji'l over justice ntij law, LATENT XL WXAV>lf I Every of Goods Required Arrive at Mootictllo .. .. 61 I !I. RAIL-ROAD.-
: :..U1 Ir,11..it IO aw ran l.e .lrtlinme<] by the Varety Leave Talhskass.-r.. .. .. .. 9.85 A. M. i, FLORIDA

.i"'- it faction, *I:4 the r:1\: 1lgsIf luaJ fa- VERA CRUZ. I Arrive at SlMti 3..A. .. .11/H) A. 1 I
I I hand at the ft3n/1.pi.1 of the }I.r.I
T 1'VF 01 ot i Market Tallahassee. .. .. .. C.00 A.
.. e B
: ; Xkw ORLEANS) Man Q.-.n..tl; Miianion tuo j _1 u nf \'ill and iloi.roe stre ts, a Lave I
I! ", 1 1'1" I In ''. a 'JI'i ht.n.1 de.critg )-, ". j at G..om.n'i. Station C. bit A. .
,. .. 'ie! o.n",'rial.;'< men of cv.ry Motion of our tt.-/ucr. Mnrquez and .Mirauton.: npjKared heft rVrra _- i Urge and ctmiplete .l'nk .pure Leave- M.ntitelo. .... ... ''to A. M.

: ,r.Y \ ,rsrJing all party 'f'II i.I.'rui\fIl. all Cruz showing ascertain no L her'lor>... The:.rt..g kent a i )rugs, lnedil"(' u.d Cht.hjcal'. Ladies IDress Goods : Arrive T.la $ee...... 9 A. 51. I CU15GC OF SCHEDULE I \

., 'ii [1r.ft'rCfleo.an.l all local attachimntvill j; ,1'IAdllC'ut the anchoraire, ore of the :>t<.>niiiers' tnoted nearing olf.- 1 ] Paint; Oil, Spirits Tu Leave St !. ?.. .... .. .. S.OO P. M. anti after Febisary 91st, 16CO iaiy! Pavtir

.1'1. ,,' II'I'! .' "1", with ..c. Iict rt an.l niinj. with i a n.h a Mint v..a s Ii red her to, ii ti.l tli. Imlianolt] va ; -Sllf IVrH/.i7> Ilru'Lrs. Cam Arrive at Taihahtase-ce.! .. . 3.3 1'. M. I ON u Trams will run M follows :
... j, tl" iHwnraow "nle of .nr e..tII.trto Station .. 30 1'. 51
( IP &
J Ovlmll'
sent t.) over liiul lier., The InJ, :nnola's lini] was Wind'in'lav\ Lave 1 Fernnntlraa at.!.CO 1 M
Burning DRY GOODS Leave
-,...:"i. 'I .'tr -i 11r1sK114e.} ..f tl.* constitution tG ...l 'hot 1r. mm at Talh v nii wcr ( : .4 5
liyn Baldwin at
cui ,
.rft..n.r iI"'I'f I'u'i
-4 ,: i TjH-t Mt ,lii" l.it ii i..ua union as i; 1 I '. !/. 4'4'(, Post Coaches at Monticello and
fallowed l'a volley: .( inu'ke rv, wIl re tp>n, Conneting'ilh Starke at.- -
S with f.neTOIMT I.f
i ttLcr
I : lo a
\ tl.e Sj fire l I icr .!.rll..t Goodman*, Station t. daily, at MonticelloonSuoditv -
i:topi a l.r"I.1.J. ihh' a ij tie ; except Waldo .713
\. t t'i'i' : a"l.iIIII. f.r'v,'r ,the, Aggretn I> action Income geiiernl. (-ottittieid're M lain and lila 4':0: I'4I' AUTICLI.S. PLANTATION GOODS, and Gtxninuu'. St"liol 5. ,1}Muiulay. Gtlill'stille at.._...8.20 -
.. 1".1.I..tt l | wliicli f.uiJ !('!i oy tl.e'It
vfur abroad the CONhISTING: or 15 "
iflvfl are prisoner
i l'rtlIt. AND ALSO Archerat.-
t ..:..u in i ii i.4 ia the ruin-"'f<'ur .cutintr. t I
I.< !i..' inn'f. tin l..Miin.: .!idI kwsti vli'uliYP I t Superior Hair, 1'olIl"ail, and other lirushe.s Connecting with Pw t Coeds to New run no arrival Arrive at Bronaon..9 51

., ':ij '!<'"' < .ur 1.111.1. -115111 Har of dope and j tI I IXTKRErvTINt NCWS I'KOM MCXICO.Xrw I ; llm.rryollllla Rubber Dressing of and which returns before the departure of the Leave Bronann at..3 00 A.Ml:

',1"i .1:11: f'nno; in tli. \\'* t. It t-ljiiulion tli ; OELFAN*, Manli 19.-The Mexican WarStrkti'hi'lp aTl ,: ; Fancy Toie BiBBOJ8AN Train; and with the line of Marl Steamers between Archer.3JO -

-';,II ptr.': 4.f lJnpir 1.10' I
\\ .ii" the r.criih; its | the lnrVs their "
ull'y-il grit points on arriving ," war aldo at..5.0
irru' State' prize in charge of Lieut. Chapman, of thefrit.ate Perfumery, (4-c., tyr., '<". Gnlf 81 1
,f. nr;i". 'l'raring fifteen of the, In..t powerful I I Key West the 17th 2nd or Sid of each Starke at. "
I".,:04 tin .hlI'l can '' Mrapy. and unMH lurc.1 the Mexican War Oen. all in their iBfMMTN
:,'-:' .r: iti< 'li foran ciiij'irr. It rC'H.1J l the, int "likli arrived here lulow! tt'lmhil Both:of I keeping constantly fuplli",1 "ilh bui artce will New on lath and 29th of emit month.Passengers Arrive *t Fernandma. ..10.48 "
these and strict tbey endeavor
by !iDecs
.' \ ntt<'it l hy the ImnJ of 1'rotiJencp, "Th'u li4' ateliou t for } or points North of that,
lonticelo. Trains will leave Fernandma Mondays.
I steamers were captured off Anton Lirarco, en the to nici H the patronage heretofore h rwed Freight on
toni cf the Arumcnn Union. Xo will take the 4 00 '
I' t'i' jr-.it i I morning of lie Cth instant, alter a brief actionwith their, predecest'or.ithyslclans. Embroideries and Hosiery train Wednesdays and Friday.. at 4.20 A. M.. and returning
i i d t. |I\"r -nn sever it. It ,'il! endure H' l.,n: 1 slight' Ios. upon Passengers for Goodman's, or points East of that, leave Brocsoo, OD Tuesdays. Tbuftdeys sod Saturdays
,- .r 'i t .i.\J: t-bn.) an-l the, *almflrt".. The Prescriptions.Particular will take the A. M. train.
: The Eteam-Lip Marquez l l Ila" a jrtion the pri- .O at :3.10 A. M.
Iii! ,- li.i'l Fprin of the Mi>Hr*>ippi and ill I c The train not run from Tallahassee to St.
'i1 ; :.
and the frigate Prel.le lia the attention paid to I ( \ I wi with Boats to and from'
Ilrr lreFeiptilna.eI These Trains connect
,.i-::. < ar- ullitt"J with the men at the liwiutliI I I BOQTS) SHOESAND Marks and on Sunday only on Steamer days.
: Alvariido i i. reported to Lo in the fully compounded from Pure with Boats to and from Sa
.' slion.fI Meidne al hu Charleston dtiily and
1 the i inJic-s lul'l of WM.
I : .r m'r. >V < Gen. ( and L VINSON A.s't Sup'i.
',,."-i llll'r.t and viunitlii mutual .hcrcnl- I I I llmn of the I day : ; March 24 I860. U vaunah/our times a week.
Kiequator American Consul Vera 1860.
1( at 2i. 1 -------- above Stations
: 1 11I:1111:01: flicl JiJ.s.!; | an.1 they will ever ; has b(:en revoked. Through Tickets between all the .

,, 11'i !1. one common otnimnt. The City of Mexico ii surrounded by the Liberal HOI'S. SHAKEKS HERBS AND PROPOSED AMENDMENTSTO ; and Charleston can be secured by the daily Boats
1 I'1 1Ninth end toe Wl't't I trat will tand to- I There Vera FREslI: THE and between all the above Stations and Savannah.
was excitement at Cruz in
.. .: )III! th,, content of '61. a' they M<,>1 t<'& elh'r great I at reduced rates by the Steamer Augusta which

u ir of'10, wlit-n the unit niad, f.uiatici-m in j consequence run Tlie French of the and action>[>anuli of thcreri are cry bitter.an squad COD LIVER OIL Ilushtou's Celebrated Brand- Constitution of the State I leave Fernandina Wednesdays and Saturdays.

: the African then and .
Savannah Wednesdays.Freight
nownilirac' aJ
t. :\ ulii'-h Lieut. Chapman the bearer of to tiriiliJ ADOPTED BY NINTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY.0 OD Mondays
.. -ivdt'i'', cane of HriUin. It i it ImtllicolJ Wasiti i .isph.hes will also be taken by ILe Sle.mer'Auguata 1

'it" :I'I ill:Utifl ;hen.w "luinp"- 'illn.t ngton. : ock Pe'ash, let SORT. AN ACT to amend the 8th rection of the Cth article at two-thirds. of present rates.Persons .
in another JL X) : to avail themselves of the*. reduced -
r.: I" .<.htlu\ Ir"allOn cominp up jrener --- --------- -- of the Constitution of the State of Florida. I desiring

./. T i.. "hici! aj 1.poar*
-v :.ich .j 11 p<"ired in li..ton xilien Americans re- \r_\SIU1'X. March 18.-The Baltimore and SECTION of the State f Florida lie days ot the Augusta, aud instruct their aireuU II to

,- ,I 1 i firlit in the ea\l. of their e.mDtr'llcn I Hotel and Restaurant keepers agice not to O'< Gtniral Auemlly. convened. That the 8th section of I shipping. A, U. COLE, Sup't
.American iR-t..rie '' Fernandina. March 24. I860. 13
\ .r.t it. rful to r.-j.io. r.iUc their pricps if the Nationnl[ Committee PAINTS OILS AND VARNISHES I the 6th article of the Constitution, of this State shall
,; \vr ..i.trwan 'utmiH. 1-jr the ralor and 1 j jjioue ,
". I II will change the place of holding Democratic S 17RENCH and American Window Glass, not Ijereafur be so construed as to render any Justice
"f \i II.rit.n fltuouii
I !fl(.<.**< \. and: iheV..-.t will cT.Tbe united M Convention from Charleston to that city.- JL Jerrett it Son Pure Lead OIL CLOTHS AND MATTING, of State the, Supreme ineligible Court to either Chancellor of the offices or Judge of Justice of this of NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS,

: a* i!:. ::r,'at river of the \ally liall Iwar its The Institute anti other Snow White Zinc,
Maryland large public the Court.Chancellor of this
And if this nntion. in theI Varnish, Paint mid Sash Bi ushcs.TjMXE & CURTAINS Supreme or Judge State
th.I..n. CORNICES ,
it I. <
I. I Halls will be furnishad gratuitously for theaccorcinuodation upon tn4 ground that the same is another and differ- you TIlE
,. .- f Itt .i I: i
ASSORTMENT OF FEATUEli DUST- ent office station or post of Louor and emolument.
of the delegations 'llie Baltimore
off New York
|1'1 ,i N r'li a'IJ"uth line cutting
.irl I >'\ "II Ur.d Irotn the l'nit.l"tM'* rf the and Ohio Railroad and connecting JJ ERS.G1 .- --- -------------- Hardware and Cutlery, [Ninth General Assembly.-Passed the Senate by Spring and Summer.

'".it .V:" 'Io'\n! confedcrney. In curb .n event I lines, offer to convey passengers to and from 14 U LI, best and Common. the constitutional majority January 8, 18:19. Passedthe -0---
.' ",,.1 '." ...-it 1 i t.. InKof the praTe of your illne- NAILS IRON AND OILS House of Representatives by the constitutional
the :
COI.tnton at ha1 price. 12 TTE receiving usual STOCK <>fV
t'I I cnn ntr !.Ij" my resj}*(! fur their majority January 1858.1AN are DOW cur
r :.-.i tlKJr \.irtn.. or rny .rutitudt fort "FT" F.ROSENE. Lard Neat Foot and Train Oils \ SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. which

\ S. jtr'y MHtntrj'. I should reerot too Texas ><'' IV_ Unseed Oil (Nied raw.) ACT to amend the 7th section of the 13th article ire trill and art telling very tear,consisting in part.as #
NEW OBLEINPMarch 17. Gov. Hous tc. of the Constitution of this State. follows :
4 <( :' !i\'i m patriot. great andjrood men. Burning Fluid Camp'ienc E
S ". '..Ih'c! t.. their hoc! country. Bet ton's organized expedition against the Indiansis -- --- --- SLCTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and J!
: >:-.( >!. they and we shall Imte the :! commanded by Gen. Hud ton.TI. Spices, &c. Representatives of the State of Florida in Gene DRESS GOODS, HARDWARE
1 i.-".\A ill 1 Race. Ginger do FrnJII'Agricultural: sAND DRY GOODS CROCKERY
S t,!. ir 11.i:fiTtane .>f l einj cc-mpdled to I C1XN.UIS. C.ov Nutmeg ; ISth article of the Constitution of this State be no
i : : .'iij.siiy of tlwse with \\Loiu v.e cannot I .. Nicaragua Treaty Jlejecled. ; Ginger, White and Blatk amended as to read,liabilities of sach Banks shall HATS AND CAPS, SADDLERY.

,' 1 \V\MIINUTOX, March 17.-The Seriate was Mb( tard Seed. Allspice, Cayenne nnd Black lfpl.r' be payable in specie and the aggregate of the Imbili BOOTS & SHOES GROCERIES.

>.\:i'1. ::1.1 1 the, Soallt tn.] the \Wrt to J clori in executive session yesterday., and formally Celery Seed Bottled }Mustard Nice Olive Oil ties and issues of a Bank (exclusive of deposit)shallat DRUGS & & 0.
o .
I ---
S i 1II the Slh of January. 3n.11 most fr- rejected the. Nicaragua treaty by a vote of LAVOUlNcTEXTKACTS of all kinds Implements no time exceed double the amount of its capital ,

5 !L i.i! ., tint the prflai.t IV>iiglnpOr !
;1. S,: I'.i'ri.'t. till l Iced them to a victory no twenty [Ninth General Aut'mLIJ.-1"asseJ the Senate by March 17, 1860. 12VT7"E

S S .: .TV n.. less gi! ri. u\ before the next 8th ufi. TSIXGLA S. Gelatine. &e., the constitutional majority January,1869. Passed
Southern Convention Tlovement.
i. -. ,_I_ Fresh Lemons l>y every Steamer. A large] ssortment of the above articles the House of Representatives by the constitutional
S : :, f.ir your Vin iu,itai!<>n to vi,it New WASIII-XGTOX, March 17The Representatives majority January 10, 1858.] NfW eeDSr80 S

-'S .'i 1 \'mi n-tofore have ever been to meti".ni of Congress from South Carolina, RES1I Chocolate. Cocoa, Farina, constantly] on hand and selling

: ",J. ; and Birrrtfthle.. I hare enjoyed Alabama, and Mississippi, held an adjourned F Corn Starch. Bermuda Arrow Hoot, AN ACT to amend the amended Constitution of the -'-
S .t' ',.', p!..turr, wlicn-viT I have 1.ten, the 1 I Tapioca, Barley Sago. Ac."OURE at the State of Florida in relation the usual
.,. meeting last night in refetence to the policyof I to sessions of the arc receiving per Prig Sampson, oar
I I. I'ality! of my M-riln-rn fi if cdn. I General
.. southern contention. A majority Cream Tuitar Carb. Soda, IPrices. Assembly. W supply of p
'. S .,c \ .1 I a't: I hateM'e-naap.rtr.f my own calling a Sulph. Lcrwest. Cash
.1.:.tr\ I h;\f r.j,iiceJ in the prof peril; v | of those in attendance were in favor of requesting JL Sal Soda, Alum Saltpetre Sulphur! SECTIOX 1. Be it enacted ly the Senate and 110''' SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
March 24, 1860. 13 tat State
of Rtpretentaiiiet of Florid in General
: < :r5:i I'rll: |"ople. as |oftrt of the trt-at Anirri the Governor of South Carolina to Indigo. Copperas dcS .AuetIbly conceited That the of members CuNSISTINO L" PAnT 0'
.' 1 have fJta national pride in vim inpTi the
S ...rincerv: !: pr.,wt3i: and iw|'ro\enient of jour cAl the Legislature of his State together, to WEDIS11 LEECHES constantly on band. NEW STOCK House of Representatives'shall be chosen by the Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Hardware a
for to the proposed conven qualified voters und shall serve fur the term of
S S 'lil'.rC'.1'i: ll.-.t its delegates AOT two .
i regret jrorxntyn Iro\idt from and after the of the first Large Stock of Boots, Shoes and Groceries
years day election
trilmte of tiuc uth. .
.5. "i from the roSuiitnrr: tH> BRA ES different kinds
li3cation in QHOULUEK under the amended Constitution and no longer ; and Glass and China Ware, Oil
\ r f<':It a pntiotic T" considering Fancy and Staple Goods.
--- --- ----- the sessioos of the General shall
: %a-t conitiM. -in 1'ie.in your.t.hippinp. Assembly be annual Clot13 and .
} Mailings, Jft., 4"$ (
llotkfs. INIMITABLE HAIR commence on 3d Monday of November
of A CO'S -
\ i":nnnfactorje, y"or institutions loarninp Special -rTEIMTKEET
i S ,! Mil* Itt!:: contribute to thC ucali! and I jH>wtrofa' -------- -- --- --- JJL COLORING warranted to restore grey lair I SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES in each It'ar. or at such other times as may be pre. We would especially call the attention of the Lidiec
-- ---- -
... ---- scribed by law. to our large aDd handsome stock of
Store very
C : i untion.ut. to its original color,at the Corner Drug SUMMER
1 :. n'\ ileiir s'.r: ,titnr l 111I\'f chanced Ar. SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES tatives shall be chosen the first
f.rrj uitli th *u. You and m'II Jiother' t>f my Mach 24.1860. 18.TDROF. on Monday in Oeto-
'. '. CELEBRATED FAMILY AND PLANTATION For 18CO ber in each and every secoud year from and after the HOPKINS A MEGINN1S3.
i i '<>ni'! and ai-vcia:*'* )Ji nv* Itecome JMu k it.ji.hcatit S
( You hav<'joined your elder brothers SEWING MACHINES. DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID For 1860, first election under the amended Constitution, or on Match 17, 1660. 12-4t Sentinel copy.

t't..ltior.iMs i You have lierome unfriendly to JL at the Corner Drug;StorC. For 1860 such other day as may be directed by law. S
--0----- J. R.GUEGORYACO. SEC. 3. Ei further enacted That the Senators
iiiitl Uie, Smtli i is I TAXASSESSOR'SNo
i- Ixvotning unfriendly! to .
cm make no enter tii'crimii.alion, etween jon.V More Evidence.t March 24, 2560. 13Denslow's Printed Organdie;, Jaconets and Muslins, shall be chosen by the qualified electors for the term .

t:,.. ItlarV Uopul.Uoan and the Abolitionist. than 3- Road the following une.ui'l'oca1testin10n} ) : Printed Organdies Jaconets and Muslins, of four years at the same time in the same manner : 'tl..o e. S

urn l l.e jn,:ly mule between the homicide who deC 1 "Makes A ttnrig stitch, is simpe! and easy managed Benzine Printed Organdies, Jaconets and Muslnf and in the same places where they vote fir m.mbers ALL persons who have not already given in a S
of the House of and
life bv dexterous 1,10.nd little Brilliants Representatives no person shall of their taxable "property are hereby noli'
rojft instantly one much mOre durable and but Barege, Anglais ,
I think LIQUID for taking out Paints.Varnish be a Senator unless he be a white man, citizen of
vine who inflicts death ly the of slow a fled that they must do so at once, under the penaltyof
Mimjj sot linperini t'-rtiient. process Death is the end poi-of chance t get out 01 order. JESSE WOOD. ANEW "y Stains from Si'ksor: Woolens of all Barege, Anglais Brilliants and Percals, the United State., and shall have been an inhabitant a double tax,whieb the law directs ia such cases. S

t 1.'Ih J sign.. and the Abolition of African Slavery "It works well and abc.vstiful eaier kinds without injuring their color or texture, while flange, Anglais Brilliants and Percals, of this State for two years next preceding his election The Tax Assessor respectfully suggests that it is

.5 'h.I. .d ,l.ich you and they seek to accomplish. II makfs stitch leaving no unpleasant odor. It i is used with the same Misses and Ladies Hosiery, and the last year thereof a resident of the district or quite impossible! fur him to call on each one, ns by

It..not then cuqiried at the hostility of the South, managed than nov. machine thaw I bavt een- success for cleaning (.loves without Ilerl their Misses and Ladies county for which he shall be choten and snail have their delay many seem t j think he should do ;On the

n! Mo the whole North for ,'e Mill chi-rUh a na'i ZEBAD /I.ETC: ER."It color ; aW for removing greasy stains ( rap Muses and Ladies losicrJ attained the age of twenty-five years. contrary, it is clearly the duty of every person lo
:li and fraternal recard! for all the conservative I .' of all kind*. For sale at the Corner Drug SEC. 4. Be further tfta'ltd. That the classification come and render ia 'their list to the Assessor who

f 1' 'I pic of the North.) but, to the abolitionists of I gives me pleasure to recommend Grover J. R. GREGORY A CO. ,. .I. :T Cotton, Lisle and Open Work, of Senators made at the first session of the General can be seen, any time,at.the Drug Store of J. It. '

S S i:\ claw sad gr*Je. And in the state of feeling Baker's Sewing Machine to all who want a irac ije I jl' rch 24. 18CO. 13 Cotton, Lisle and Open Work, Assembly, held in the year 1845 shall continue Gregory A Co. L C. DEmLL Y.
GEO. DENNIS. Cotton Lisle! and Work unchanged one half of whom as nearly as possible Tux Assessor for Leon
Su -' t.istill! between the two extn-mitlo of our E Open county.
'1IIIIn'. 1 do not think a visit to New Yolk can l>e has given entire gives roe pleas JTqT"AlLEN'S HAIR RESTORER, Mulls, Nainsook and Pin Cod l shall be chosen forever hereafter biennially for the March 17, '60. 12-litl li>t June [Sent copy.Clark's .
I ul.facin. '. ZYLOBALSAMUFI term of four years: Pro'ided, hovtrer and it is hereby
< T\ t "<'.alile to Southern. man. And while M ,
recommend it all who in want Mulls, Nainsook and Pin Cord declared that the term of office of
1 U-ant: for and kind ure t t persons are that class of Senators -
invitation. ,
JOM jour courtesy WOOD' HAlfl REfcTOKATlVE Mulls, Nai'isook and Pin Cord, .d at the first election under the amended Plow.
I must for the present doclinc the .''I'tAnce clAccept of a good Sewing Machine. Get Grover d Baker's CO"S INIMITABLE. onexpir
).ur '.. ". l.e.ej.itu.iiy. Mrs. WM PERKINS." H I-IMS-i?EET J" Linen Sheeting, Shirting and Pillow Case, Constitution shall extend to and expire on the first -

Sir. th< f-suraiico of the high rcfpcctand HAIR COLORING. KLOP" HAIR. DYEB.RrS Linen Sheeting, Shirting and Pillow Case, Monday in October eighteen hundred and sixty-two. PatcntcdFebruaryl4th, 1800.
Send fur Circular. Address BAt
SEC. 5. Be enacted That elec'
t further the first o
crontil Your ROUS'
| regard of ", ? Linen and Pillow Case
Jl L M. FOLSOM. Agent. TPCOrh Sheeting Shirting tion for Assemblymen under this Constitution shall right to sell this PLOW in UM States of
Ceotreville, Leon Co., Fla. Also a good assortment cf the Le kinds' of Coifeurs, Fans, Pomades and Extracts, take place on the first Monday in October. eighteen TilE and Alabama bds bent sold! tad as.

------ March 24, I860. :POndes Coifeur Fans, Pomades! and Extracts, hundred and sixty' and the first session of the General signed to Cot) JO'eph H. Afeton.of Leon coonty.

J-'rtaii Ihr JCe* fierce Kiyitfcr. 1 d oiJs I Co.lcur: Fans, Pomades and Extracts, Assembly under this amended Constitution shall State and County Rights for other sections ate offered

lrenidentlal (Calculation MOTHERS! MOTHERS !! for the Hair China, Glass and Pitted Ware, commeoce on the third Monday in November in the for sale. Apply immediately. This is no bum-

Republicans! are indulging in large exjvecta- You are all nurses. in one sense of the word yet 31 ox* six & China Glass and Plated Ware year eighteen hundred and sixty one. bug invention but u strong simple andcheap.E. .
On'SREF SEC. 6. Ei it further enacted That the sessions of B. CLARK Patentee.
t I. 'n" of success at the next I'rcaiJeutial election.Ti. ,- can you drterniirn and treat the diseases of your
ED chi?*. Glass and Plated Ware, the General Allltmhll"balt not extend March 10. 1860. II
that their children ? or do you not call in a plnvician over thirty
\ forget organization,although strong d Sets days in duration unless a constitutional ---- -- -- -
they are ailing? then the aid Dr. EATON FLORIDA ARROW ROOT Ice Pitchers rre'zers majority of
.. 0"111' and few of the Westcru Acrt ,
Lnglaiul a Stats the members shall deem it expedient No member
1'rinesyou in lila hFSTILI CoRi>nu. He is a regular anu .sets,
1 I" l.ut a dim support in ninny of the free States, ] and from much experience in Infantile At the corner Drugstore. Ice Pitchers, Freezers shall receive pay from the State for hi. set vices after

i V ''! no existence whatever in a few of tlum. It I I I.by.ican.Complaints lies com|>ounJed this preparation- J. K. GREGORY d CO. Ice Pitchers, Freezers ant Sets the expiration of thirty dale continuously from the

ardent It"rubI I without paregoric or opiate of an- kind *s toa ChHdrens, Misses and LadeS Shoes, commencement of the session. r
w 'aid I IM well for our New England -
: cure relief t your suffering little one iu all the ills Choice Cigars and Tobacco. '. ChHdrens, Misses and LaJies Sho"?, Sic. 7. Be further inaeted That the act entitledan
.n" to look a little into use fact and figures, and act to amend the Constitution
Attending their teething; and for cough or croup, -- -- ---- --- S Childrens Misses and Ladies Shoes, of this State so a*
i : to lie too sanguine uf Republican success. The or convulsions, and also for Summer Complaints, it PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, to make the sessions of the General Assembly bien-

V. \ ork Tribune prestots the! following calcula- is a r.'rlail cure. Yon may rely on it with per Every thing that comprises nial instead of annual, be and the same is hereby prtienting yon with DR. EATON'S INFANTILE .

.",'n of the reUtiie ,ro" of parties hich UT feet confdencf. that Dr. EAr'. INFANTILE CoRDIAL For Medicinal Purpoeca.COOKING Every thing that comprises abrogated and annulled, so far as the same is inconsistent .1. CORDIAL, we desire to state its sopciior-
j pcts never attained the celebrity it lias in the WINES, VINEGAR, 4'C. Every thing that comprises with the provisions of this act ity over every nostrum that nurse or quack has here.

't S It |Hindering: InitelStatee l if it were not the very best article A well assorted Stock, I [Passed the House of Representatives by the tofore ofterecf you.

I \\ .. .hall. *ith determined and uniteil ((Tort.t Infantile Cuinpiaintstlutt i is put It is fast Scotch Ale & London Porter, S A well assorted Stock, Constitutional majority January 15, 1859. Passed First-It is the preparation of a regular physician

S r\ .11!! the St.U'. uliieli Fremont didthus giving bUItSCsliflg all others.I up ALSO A FttSH 8UPM.T assorted Stock the Senate by the Constitutional majority January who is well qualified from much experience in infantile
S !M i.1! .I..rl otts te start with >R.15ROXMVS HUIOI) FOOD, advertised with A well 15, 1839.] complaints to prescribe for them. Secondly-It

J: \.Jiall not get .electoralote South ofM the CoRi'UL. i i.the mt n."'cet"it- to every Congress Water. Together with many other Articles is eot'rely free from paregorir or opiate of any kind, I

l >.n'k line. !! as iniinarried la.1 Buy with other Articles and consequently relieves by removing the sufferingof
-J lu11u..1 every Store of Together many Orrics or TilE Sec &ul.T or STAT, )
\\ c not carry either California or Oregon. eii\t-K> iiig the bottlo, cod Fir sale at the Corner Drug child instead of deadening its sensibilities.
,1..1 rf..1 tlJein.ullr | Together with other Articles Tallahassee March 19th, 1860. f your
J. U. GREGORY CO. many
1 I IK'v IU.t l. abandon ,.the I> .uiocrals, who start you will get |J.rlieular ilformation wautt S d Thirdly-It is put up'"ith great care, as a comparison .
tl. Market.
)01 13 Not brought to this I hereby the entitled "An
-I' I 127 electoral: f"t. S.o March 24- 1860. usually certify loregoing acts of it with other article(br infantile complaintswill
4 lan a. will not be admited as a State ly the :by .h"I'i"renl Amc. Li\ely. -------- -- Not usually brought to this Market. Act to amend the 8th section of the 6th.article of the show: the any very roots front which it is distilled

j i r. ', .,1 Congress. NEWJ3OODS. Not usually brought to this Market Constitution of the State of Florida," An Act to being dug fiorn the forests under the direction of Dr.
Jlostettcr'a han reseiveil tli aarm- amend the 7th section of the 13th article of the Constitution
: .\iltlieihances ve will bate of electing a Dr. JIU4'r. < Eaton, of them by his own band fourthly!
1' ideiit be before the people. If the election I r.l encomiunit fn'l tlir a.", .11. lbrn/bol'tt.eUnkin. For continuation of the above highly instructing of this State" "Ao Act to amend the it is many harmless and cannot injure the most
forthi ) perf ctly
'i article
a \.h.Mbl.I.it' cure and list of useful and ace
\ "I. Weber exciting ueeessary amended Constitution of the State of Florida in
ilsrown the House of { Joseph relation
into Representative we I Ir'UIHt ulrnre. ( and 'n"rl l IKTTODH -: delicate infant and is a ertain cure and relief all
. : |p.eesilhv expect t hate more titan fifteen IKpi. > .n"lira1n: day new cases of its neat effect are DENHAM'S STORE, to the sessions of the General Assembly" to the following eases which: ill chief meritover every
,. 1ubt lie There I. MERCHANT TAILOR J be tine and
"'Jite,. ah.1 .n "ilt beneccssjiry. ( jminmla. n.lblnl correct copies of the original act on file vie
t\.hl equal .the enjoj)nient lo that,Inch lie ami..1 one door North of SLUSSKE'B Factory. other preparation, :
The w hole number cf electoral votes Till L 203. I ,hen using thii &Iuabl.rpcriBc. Its wi" iu>nre ands AM> e\LLB IXReadyMade '; ;, 84, 1860. 13t in this office.Witness FOU ALL COM PLAINTS ATI'ENDINOTEETII-
a choice. 185C. 'iifwxHM action a Jisorderol ", and the viescii.g.theenhrc "- -SAND Mar my signature.
upoo fur
X..t.t\ 1:2 I v.e r.rrie1 oma'l. Clothing ING ; such as Dysentery Colic Ae.; also softening -
Htt/An human bu>)T. .".uld it tush llcl .. F. L VILLEPIGUE.
i >r Muiu<.,,.t;. With New' J..r.Inoilllll.Jersey ((7)), Peni Illinois nlxai'iii .s_lt.ofour krptleml tmunlty.1 of It healthy! that effects wm,be I to n.putclinse"to a.botllr nTiuce -. GENTLEMEN'SFurnishing _1sL NEW STORE NEW GOODS Secretary of State. bowels thegun's it is unequalled and relieving i pain.or Cold For io the regulating Head i ik i.the. .

I li7))I. and 1nnJtl((4)).1e tlal hate the yeS continrrd.Nrfd Goods, tJ? The Jacksonville Standard, Tampa Peninsular sure relief. For Croup,, the most r.WaDd trj log of
anti dealers e er where.t& $ I'e'w IPrices and Marianna Patriot will for six months
.umd nuiui>er ..t one to t.pare. If Wc carr br Drufnrmi" In another)column. Tallahassee, Fa.rrIE publish diseases it can be relied on with perfeeteor. Jeoe.,aod
S '" ,. J..riM-t (7)), l.i< h31. Illinois(11) and Miiita SeeadTertisement and forward accounts to the Executive Department in all of coniuldon -
( .:( | ( ) Siibcnber. i is now receiving.at store next SUBSCRIBER rh. this opportunity of being a powerful anti spasmodic ease
. S .<4)) ibetkill give us H9 (11)'.and le lose -----n A U U I K D-- -- R II. Berry's, Auction Room, a well selected THE I loown t te of Tallahassee Match 24. 180. I*-gm or flu,s,we earn lily recommend yen to Ion BO ti.

. S .. !. '-lion lij three vote* If Kannas i* admitted Near Centreville? at the residence of the bride's stock of SriU.VO J SUMMER GOODS soluble forGENTLEMEN'S ami unmrnoaing country, be 5 i. now prepared s For New York. in procuring it'Lastly-it costs so much nor baa
5 :h.'hole number 1 ill b. So<5: oeeesMry t a U offer theta one of the best &lete and cheapest other preparations of the kind, that we ear But afford
4 .. 154 ; .nJ\\'itJlout. I'eunehvania) we lo .election father on Thursday evening the 15th i".tnt. by WEAK, stocks orS Bark SAM'L MOXLEY Hobo will loud neb long advtrtuements as can those W&OM expense

.r .- S .. b'' *.,' UU quite evident.therc- the Rev R 1 Ilowren, Mr. JticrnlVaaxa Of this consisting in part of RIXG, AND SUMMER GOODS THE. despatch tot the above port. For freight is their advertising; fur the same reason rt commends

.< :hat the greet Imttlc ground will IM New Jer- city to D., youngest daughter of Mr.AnJre French and English Cloths Cassi- apply to BEARD A DENHAM. itself as the most reliable to aU mother. Io all eases -
li5JEnu ,
.5' r'tnneytvatiia. Mi nneaota and the southern p.r I' and ever brought tM Southern Country; comprising a St Marks. March 17. 1860. 1Z toe direction wrapped arounieaeh bottle, must
':i.>. Indiana cud Illinois. \ 1.Grall1ng. meres Vestinga, full assortment of be strictly fullowed. Price, 25 cents per bottle.

: 1 '<,- ix'uliit' i i will l le perceived, is rot a very I of the latest style and best quitl. which be is prepared DRESS COODS, Just Received, For full directions see circular Price $1 per .

: ommercial.TAL1.A1I.S i to make up to a and, Fancy Goods ReadyMade Clothing, Boots bottle. SJdby I
S 111liovr for 1 A C Per Bark New York.
Moxley from
____ Also
t'lulIlh"uL Cnterp : fashionable m.ner. and 0 RKAIOXASLX TIXMS. CHURCH A D POST. ISruggints.N&Z6MaidcnLane.N.Y.. .
,i "''llrltiog.o foregoing = ofREADY.MADE and hats and Caps, Jewelry,
assortment sAnd
; S I K M.lCKE. I a general SM. A SELECT Let of BRANDIES. CORDIALS' ,

TAILHIAMIE: March- 23. Tlie market was quiet CLOTHING, Guns, Pistols, JfC., ,Lit SYRUPS CIGARS and QANDIES by AMU A Lmir.Tallahassee,Fla.

r .I. ..', l"<'u. end I'rol."litie..l indicate tile ruc- and unchanged this week a good demand for the I Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Te Shirts, Merino All of wbieb-be pOsitively 11 a remarkably Perfect LoTe Cordial, Raspberry Syrup, March 10. 1810. 11-ly
i "" l kIUOtCWe with 187 electo- better grades of cotton. while the lower grades lieImott Silk aDd Cotton Under Clan Half low in .1 money, I.e i ii fearfulof '_ do I Lemon clo -

. .. .1',". -ie, attheTribuue admi'; and we need I l'gl"t'tC'c It.eipt..t the \V'areh.uH. 60 I Hose, Gloves, tc. pr bought too many r(pods fo the Spring Mint d" Pits Apple cW Notice.AN .

1. ,[I lire_ lo ensure t-uccef. New Yolk alone I UW. Sl.. < the w cek only 100 bales, at 8 to 1 0 t_ _. He would.e take this method of returning trade. H., therefore, earnestly ooliriU a call befor Anisette do Strawberry do the
S of Stock
,1 i and Indiana I I1 ADJOURNED MEETING
t i ; that if Orange do I Cognac BrandJIM8.
l"u'IJha.ia ap.ll. e11. his old customers for the liberal purchasing elsewhere> ai be i cofdelt. }O
. \1'ii I '/, cw J..r.J. &' : thank t him ami traits .tr buy there race will do K. mel do Champagne Brand!. ra of the Union Bank of Florida will 1 e
market tojv on by you 1 ain
5. 5', !I""a. Wi*>oii in or will give Xr' \ ( March Itf.-llie cotton lo to.e JOSEPH GEr. -A LSOA held at their office in Tallahasse on Wedoery! .
I ,u:me numWr. Tli'M tluerurc ro .! was steady for the better grades: poor qwlili i. ttuio to bu.ine. t<> merit JOSEPH a continuance WEBER.Manhti of th. Next to GAL. '. Store. large assortment of fine c.\XDiE.c Apply to ?Sti March naiL C. G. F..GLIt1H, C.LMan.bS.lF60. .

4 '' ,iii.l, ,f.... the ia,ting vf the ')opposition ;. "'f1<(I..t. (d .n.l lo'er.Uk The salts WVt.O 811t fme. 1?*\ I )brch 24. I860. W-tf Starch 1'7, l86. J'-ff C. 51. W t.5T. Id.
la'I' ; .
i t Mi'Mliifplun !
1 S Kill. Mij-l-M e ( .ily to kirp 'r ; at111(


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-" ( WILLIAM P. SLUS3SE, FALL & WINTER GOODS FMY lii t1 OO HOSTBTTER'SSTOMAOH Dealers in Drugs' Medicines, &

-, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA BITTERS TUSTreceived Ircm New Yank trbitrk R H R *
d t, lie. a teermtt aesoytment of articles en ('t?

AlA.\rr.wrrait or CorrE2Tix AND SHEET t .\ RE row recemnjy Fo fif eurt if Jtytprptlt. Th-igM'Z'. A.anta.jr7 such s C1s of almost ever? Inn.?, Iinrai, II:r

: IttCIN VAKri, WlIULCSALC AM IlnTAIL JL their SODTflFfiJ lo* 0 fl.peits. cC Z5 JjfwaS 1% bite Lead, Zinc sod other rnt,. tViretow ,
4 FOR THE TRADE. twSJ ivtctio
/i a
: l / bt't Putty flrttht'. Potash.t .
) cuaiy, ,
E.L1R z PLZFAC1 AND JAPANNED 7-u / and H"intrr 'frd of t.mec.n or oca r-.f- ; ;
I # i&tQlL1 I l>jtuiery. foiic. CAoier* J.Or( T. ..UIn t telnti.e_Le-eml'.n ii.,iaiw. r irit i* hiran.ls-

of the fact that every : it n.bcr of mmii.n'a} purpose*. 5 Sper.. Perper 1.-' ,
--- vi. w
!; !Jec-T:1tcrs.
itovg the human f.imLy is more rr 1 s* *uly-cU.-d U> Ti.' *..Ori.re.. PtTutinn Hnrk. HIM Pci-ar, e.Ste. .

A SPLENDID arsoitment C'M.kisg. Parlor Clotting Efpjriiacnt some of the above coiij-hunts, brides in- et,._ ti ttenerat nciortmcitt of ;; ,

, *t *tI l Woo.1 Jtove trimired wth neatuess we 1-ave the Linest atxlIJiit '- < (? YrU< O h numerabL- other cord-lions in lmiO. .nhich.by aeur.re4.; V," keep TH>r e but tlie Vt'\ sp;

aoJ 2Lrabiify, at reduced priee..j 5c Assort'r.eiit ever offered -j & the assistance cf a littb knowledge or he-ps Ii' YSt: y.ur petrnragep 1

] Out :>oor \Voili.lUinfin in tlie Citv. conitninptrt exorcise of common sense, tin v may be able MILPS N.1fl &

: .1 ?. Orn*n-er.!al Front Head Clutterins:,Cop- (.f Itjk! nnd Coloie.l C!..ti! Frock a--d IST0. 29 CHAMBERS STREET so to rcgalate tiuir habits of C'ot. and with far.-ii 7 lG 11
, Tin fat!. C"ats, PaD"> Ca,-.':niere vutt15'!:ick sml Faney the assistance of a good tonic, secure per -
i fr mnj Condnctinc I"ipes. Sheet Lead, Sheet
CWi.i'ere ar.d Tweed Pants. bla .k nr.d f-iicy S..k. manent health. In order to accomplish this ;
...;ne. L n I Vclv-t nnd ('Hh Vcte. Ulaek 5thl BuLVavcr! Pilot T-Ev GflE, iLi-tttti o' jf ctt the true cour-c to pursue is.
of*my varnty d tie at short notice. I Las I
natural fTMlH m.-tdcrsigns-.i lexeme WQIi
wh.ch! will a
tl.at produce
C'ftli. Fancy Cj's MontcVIlo' red 'Mvrphy Ctrttii.lr,
1 Cily: :?: _________ I WHOLESALE DEALER IN otik i>.Xi.Li'. t ..
Dr HostUtcr t.t-tlil -
this end tIe ?
full for
Are re jx1 initd to give me a call b* fie purcbcvini EOYS strength ni.life 1 : n n e
; !'-%IK re. Ins mtr. '"'-e.l to t'ii' co'intry a pr par lij e l.fi s, opf.-file 'he 1 X*Vu .fr. -r ,
Childirn'* Si.its, RcmiJ Jarkct*, l>!nrk. Irnuti njFaiey Si'OMACIILITTKIU !! If ,! HOSTLTTElfS n
;2 i? N. U. A1! rrtlcle* mnnufact'jed rvm the very Pins W.'ffinp Dc1'.. Jiicelr-tji Ion ral'.d of fi.ifi %
teet matoiiil aticl narrn'ited durable. No other aitviil ra-'iwre S.ek r..i-i i Tuck OaN. l>UsauJ -. which at this day is not a new .1051! i'eti. I.'e cir rcftrwitin r. ..i.iewlw .,

I.* oi7-re l for -iu'.o.Octf Ve-t'. f-ik aiil \V\et! Ve-t*. Ch-th, 11t118144S, Xcdlc. Wo.-k n!<>y 3, Watehts* mt-Li.io'. 'h-ut one that has Uv'n tried for > hive ratronireJ Iiiis !Lec'n.:e frofLMWo.k -

>*r20. 1355 42 IJt-aver i.ul xvim-t O.er-.Cott.'. 1Ja1fors, J'03't6 2IOflGZt' ', 3t ; v.ariv:-> r aisf.ictit to nil who hate ? FUA-V.; .<

FURNISHING GOODS Thread Portev7W J'ti7U71lrii used it. Th B.tters operate -vtrfilly upon Jj-.u S. 1S5S. 2-tf .
i' : I lUc i,.niach, bowels and liver restoring

PO SALE White md Fatx J.in-eir 'n.t| Linen P osom Si jrtsJlrro'i Wood and Willow Hl'arCj ttc., dr:., fjjin to a healthy and vigorous action and I Plcmk Ecad ill EigrMIIE ;- :

I Ior:1: : AXD LOT TOiirrncn WITH : a.'d Ori t O>Har*. -ik. Meiino and H>a- Jjus ly the -i!ui>le process of str-'n hening
And article in the notion line requ'cd !br lha Sou'Jj! rn J!I.-reitr. .
I Li. the nt-buil
.. .._ I4eI.Dtt.v sttunte 1 ni tl* 1ti'ipi! r.,all /SftSZix Drown aid Ulitc Cotton Half distaeLiinrilimi, dysentery or flux, so tires* of the Geee-tiea! tt F.n'n: 1 :

'a end t.r the I>.-jv.t. \.itJm B f-w ow- JJJJ IFw, I I IL'fe. Wnt! .! Colore-J Cunitria SPECIALITIES.it g.-nt-rily! mtrac'rtl by new set tiers, and th.m.tnycsil put the eua-.e in pm .1,.1r.. .

1 binrts walk X tl -1 ..j>:t..l It ha* there Mr MS* teieit I and >! k Hai.. iusjcntles cau.ed i'rincipally by the change of water TLts IUA\ be rt-li.-d on. The r.'te ait t i
> tarnrxr NG1iOtrLt5 Pxavnci tieD tLtiLIf STtri r-s. ins Ttac-rrrs I*>s ecx. bo
and dirt will speedily
ri La \\ t.Ll.cf; S.N.'I| y.iter.fir: ? > : nnd t-tHiM'dcr: ii-ce.i s.Jtnc 25 pri cent 'i o i- i < '
rrc. Duck. Ca'f. Lawaex.-a's Orts.x-nat. Cou.c.;. Lsus'e-: -hiOLD ILi.4. wanr.axt.D.LAWLLSCZ'S Lntf use of tile pr-mration. Dy.w-p-ia. nl: loff tu coi.trac' the .
9 t l'111k T. -.. 4r. uii.-ii ciik it viy e.-aTcni iey it J 8. tot sea.i 51t i
Threal tiIt. Set-tImnEcEaa Fart'mmne- IXtIiLacLS L-a, I'xxcua, jim. arrirs; a discs which i is probably more prevalent will b made But the JIooi ,/
I dt'eit1, t uie 11! ut may wiJa for plo-. *nt li ua : >n i er : t -
t, ti< :i. fiifcAMLF. IT JOHN 1X WMAN.SI XTJ.it; ,. c- re.l anti B.vk! Ki I Clove, Fansy and Abo .mpr-r q'mitily! of ( NARflflfl SVINU 1fIflE'SD i: laIla, snmI amml large and e'n poul.. when! Acn in all its various forms than ahnip I !iu ths rf5i n mid! on tins r>-an I i ,-

, 1.atIIre. $. SNice. 1Jk: ilit Tiee. iocLa, .t. Ai All c"ls wairaritol It2tI to sam1.Te and ..s rep?. eim'ti.. P.irtiukratteiti.ci given to pacm. 2eat anJcittsuiett any Hsh'-r ; the cause of xilnch mtyalways S.m.-iswly! runt pity fr un? t'-e r- .-. .- :,
of the
_. diTai digtstivj -
I to >
Cmonlnue. isitL ILUIkS a's1.lmeJ g
kin iatflNJraIIa. toptocJascra cu epplii.mtiun.NoVehir
Ati K.'sisjv, cf : ,
*snltzet31 In.- cured without fail by JeSi.cti 0 made t>> thee rci r. 17 % --
) 4-lv >-rnran
; CVtlit. Ca *iinor< a.id V* tii.s- Fa.ry Oiatifigi. If. G. 1tt. nrHOST, ETTER'S STOMACH BITTUllri teams by the sason, aLto amricsr .1 '- .

wi.x-h thy at* prejwrnl is Mixi.uf.tclrre to Otufr at dm-ction the bottle. For l-pf'-r-hnel. JL1.E RK / '.. .
I WCr.Jv' acr li:p f*t rr.Uiml; ; of t1.g a* f-i r
) w'tw.e.the vnfat la riisl will: .qpy| t. the JugeI t''.e i-l) ortert iiotkv and! in lie in.t ra-hkinnlite nianIHT GOODS NEW GOODS.Hyers ) WOOD, EDiW & tin* ili-<-ie every plivsiciai will recomo.a.l RieJ-ai, MHI.: April ?, *i?. 1 i

T.'rrns fl.-aonttIe. All inunt of GOOD liitttrs of some kind, then why not
. I ef FttiSmteif Lf-n 0-1:1.1 1 f-ir M' : uf adiuniZr4 -- OtOiU.lA; : ( ANI LLAT.'AUE
- tiunrn lie F tate cf Alf.wl 1rn I.
f.aiJ itty. .I01IX A. lcNTOSlI.! IS. 1.-59. 42 e; German STATE LOTTERIES Every courtrv hive their Biters as a prerenti'vc -
nftr d.ife tie fn.ers'!
of di-o-ie. and s'rtrt'htning of mnrtr* 'tI -\ i
( Ca., Mar h 10. \C. i. H-Ctr _
I TOPJANTFllS'ro I0\V IN sTORE A ---'n-t the syi4 -M in si'S-cra't' ftn' among them all h:* firhl acc.'Uris af! wtirf.er! ioof -(, ,

HAVE a:id I.cauliful Stock Grrnil ( ith1PiIZC1OCCGO! thire li tut U> be fountl a more healthy Prob-it- J.een ctrtrity. us tlriimn.i:, :

GRAil) GPENI2I3it tf Con''*. twhich they tioc-1: ; f- iiie, t' in 'ie Gennans, from whom this e State f Ja"l, Strtm.n. ,J l.-ei--5- I, -, (. ,

K T ti n YAKSSI3 IIULIBUG.Sc pccfiilly imite attentf ; Lti'ig idtt.. Its Grand tracrdicary rrcvria pn-para'ii.n enmnV-d, bavd upon scientific eouitv- and csk to etjnt4earesi! ? l ihpr f. i.
niiK-iits which h.\s attendt-d to advance WILLIAM L. SPOIAOeflvrl. : : > <
L Fine Pal;
tE'J'JSTaBEf1IIInOESTBEET Gents Fine Gold Hui.tiii" C.-fed >-vtrs; GttiN
of A. Co.V Three Nu iil Lottctiet will *
; Eddy r in the
of iigrfat pnparation IS53. 4tt-fm
IV lioaUny
) : hern Invcnticcs buyer Levers. A'jcltoiiml Ix'pim; Lailici linoC.
take place* in riib. em i tr Vie Supeii.kodenet4
it.ile if :
I tu.ri.mtl < .nce.
LAW 1C! ( 1LMN. 1'zurtIt1oL ..MVnf! .Vs.; fV-l of nil tli-M-rirrtlon-. s-
feuoru Ccrumis-1" !hivs
:s, a? i > :
. Z'cnctI June 21s.', 1V/.J, iy R .v. JAJIKS Fine I i >rcntine. Mm>a'e! Cotton,Lava ami! Cor. Setts, Nptice.
F of TalVl.a a and vicavty r.txl erran- Clout Vo. lir' L',iri-i .Si./o.01', JVrutry 2?. ISf\ FEVER AKD AGUE.
: li't Ibvr-I.t.
Drs cii&-s 1nr ( ill 4.ImhL
:::3rr1zis 1'iKtnn Talhhasscr Fla.FEFXEiTS Months after CUC. It-hall
prr-e-.t :' -
urninj; tlicn-in, are re .ectfuJly imitedto C'cw A lo. IJ8 Dfavt Atorjr/. March 31. 1S6O.CKA SIX
; j Vest an-I J Fob Cluii". La.'iClint ims, TLU trying anj proroimg diseiie, w.ilch fixe* UtcenUc r.rtt and tcurier! to tL II"" J- '
call end exstuiue fugaiA tteu.srvca! and < A'n. 2.i J/,- -- ,, 2S. IboJ". < : -
t'e- -
Dew -- .i. Aj.l
mj Gold Gnarl, Fob :.n I [iitLi'thsmn.nmd K }s, s r'the toly of man,.olucin; him to b.i'o of Le ID a.hnin.r.lur; i :
Kt'ekf \ STEM BLADEIw Opal nut I Ruby ilit' EtELT I rnizr TO I.VEUY s TICSETS.GIIAI1D ilia l short t >acc of time,and rendering '
: s 1 mere < jv in a ] of J. Ln S. \\ i.cox. di-coasts!, UP of taad ..
DliT GOODS. CLOTHING Plain Go'd Plugs Gent* Ix C'IXI Pw*. Sens! I lid |>L>.iijIlan .'
FANCY (;OD. HATS A CAPS.KMr.KOJDEKin. 2 Lockets, Ch-irins, Gold IVn mid Pencil and tram tb -lily I the use of IIOSTETTER'8
EXTrACRDiKAP.Y DRAWINGS, r.vea y JAMES P.A YitLl,, .-. .-. .
(kdl! 1 Tooth Picks. Gold! nod Silver
Case To take !rcab xtfrniiiied. CKVilvrXED: nil rmi r.S. Further. anr cf the above ? 10. ISI. 3mIIcHARBsoN'F
I > ep
I iiuI a gi at tiiiny 4tI.r.irtidts tcon'iincniustonien"lion "OEQl'IItES but .re Kt.k for any Vin 1 of n Spectacles. O"ld end diver ctiuml .! Ceases can i. it lie contracted stem exposed lany

ndiptt-d fur tL. Oily and Country trole. now { _L \j lUxili-.tin of wliirhiray be put on. fasUccJ, Ti.k.b'ts. .c, Ac. 1 Grand Capital Prize of t-Lit.ty vuaO.bkri.-i. [.roUaacg them, if LbS BItuu

cpt-n fr wpection. l'un'has will fi:idat tlrs TtaUikhmcnt *- i uii-l.taVin ofT. in one n.inute.I ae sail ai IK.T di.-et-os. And ai it neither create

,_______ tIe very Late t SJjl.-sof' the a'on.kl .- j ndi.j.trd to so.l!. sub*.>il, hHl'ide.qnd! peneral cul- Silver Ware. ac cccI nausea nor, cniU the ]>al tte.end remlcrinj cnnece.irjr *- I =? I ia: I
A Ion exrk-rieiiCe in t'lii! buine and "r-t rate eonnerti'fx j tiv tioti. nod may I* tome,! into a tloable plow ililehircd. .
Plain and Threaded Table Des.rt and Table any c>ar-e tit dX or ii>temiition] to usual pmliCs. >
.y ttite! the .proprietor to proijre s with tliu find I'M soions'ructed thai a seed planter may .4 ,. .. .. .. Sp-.nns.Forks l'tize i-f . OOi 0 ItO Prize of $ICOl'riz's .but rvaoles bUnt steep and healthy d gestion, IAMASIIS, CIA p rns. .
age and prtxluoe new aod f.idii< niltlc pi'od* at tie be attnehcd to it, the cost of which ill tot exceed of. ltt't-u 1t) Przo uS i to / -1OV-T M ERS if flic-o.mnr'--y's 1- -. -
Snar.att and Ma.tard S Cie cow >Uii u tins rtuatc J ai peeJily as eonjCa.t -
opeiiimjof the scas< n. and lh reby It-op the uott one flnlLr. ; .n5, I! Penn a of. IOii .1 f Fa-ivs of ItO | V,' .l-tir.iuz ul btii'ii (lie ( :.
La'Me Pie Kniv l-i-'iI Kniv.-.Cale Krtitea .: with tie rbuaiU a cf a twruiiald! permccut ; ; Uit .
Soil i
q4 attractive St ck in 'be! citi'. Every pat t is dclathable and adjustable to itself. ? ** l'iiz- i-f. 6. )' CZ. I'rizs of .. -ic that tb!. r articles thf\ puu.a cc :, -
; Having a pnl: the I Iie ,tan iinij motto The stock which iiity I he mud* , Knivvs, ni>d! F al. Ci.ps. fcjjvir SuuiTDoziii I l'r.xe. of. 4OIO C I'rmzes of Zt;) For rcrsonin advanced years
: QUICK SAlES AND SLTAIL PrOFIIS," is so simply constructed and there l>eiri ito Cam Mtwiici. ::. EICJIACDSOX. so::' A
weld in the iron part that the t!hole! ? I* Card nr4Port l Ptiit-s .1. ._ :.,it' 4.310 Prize. of Who are ,imh-rir.; f--m an nia-colej constitution and *
>rc venture to asU'tiith purchaser* with our low pries pow ruiy !*s a guarantee of tLo touudutfa aud c-iul. :
and hope by strict attention to tlie bucincs* to n-.vhiy! put up by the coir.muiicst buuih after t>uce PLATED WAHE. Ptiza* 4. et4o .U-1" l'rizcs of Itm Ixnly. tee niosei: inrmlunMe as a restorative Gomb.ThLs.
and needs ony to be tried
cf r-mirt'i and tiznr.
r.rdne a uLtra! h.ire of in.Uic p.ilronn.. vUaiulnt Farmers a eorr ct pattern.tit tliclr Tea Setts .lt'ol ipu German Silvi r. Ceantiful Pat- li: ,: '& Pilx s snM '-ntinjr It. .. .. 8171W.78CVnoLC to te an rveuteL A.J 19 a mother while uursuij, caution ia rer J -t cJ S3cr.titi'I fir- .,
I L. OIILMAN.OdoUr way ever prrnt ci pply of tarIs ot Silvtr plifed Ca-'tors, AVniter IVchers, : where the large quaiittirs of info rioT and! tleiAtii -- !I.. -
wrot.ht iron Cies C acM are ml. l ensal le, es|>ccaiy!
turning J
: 1. 18:9. 40 for ti.u atockPEELERtS. plow coolers, an sneers Cake 15j ket., Hat'cr Dih.Car.l i>.t ket% \ Ti curs jf-.ii.; Ilitv, ilO Qvazxxz.a ; laotiier' n>- ui h.n'.t u maae,,uate to the demand pre( Fruit Stainl. Sugar Ha.-' tts. Cunu'e- EicnrnCcrtlSvates .ZO. n.ir..if JticLartLcH, by Irish Hocfes, -> .

Salt Salt MANURE DISTRIBUTOR sticks, Gi'bVt*. Cups Ac do.Cutlery. of Paeka''es will be sold at the lla-ar of an4 tlie ken cfiDvL it u run here.(|ae.ty a imd: tee tvn>s'jenth.siu.h as mast Ilostcttcr's yield lea* of the injury thus! i-.flicteJ a'ukv'n liicoii '.

rite*. Lich u tie ruk : -unu-r un<< tLe maiiLfuctU'ersof the ge.- -
CKS and 508 Tul It
-1 / rt' L4verpuol fetncuiA EiRers; u ceehsl to test art temporary strcr.gtitn.1
A DAPTED to the sowintr anti dwtnbu'injof, any wilt not readily abjr.d a bi-tieas > ,
JLUUUfaaiforMll.v.MrN'AUOIIT GtrtLlcaUs c: Pickaxe cf US MTLoTe Tiitcis S29J no to ttx sy ctn. at-i: jlionlj ly an mean
L _i.\. kind of manure aii tS OflMOND.Xcw PL"-r' and Wot.-hnl'a t:6: ILIf io.oS. try thu rear.r all cri'i of del! iLty: and before toduiiT.
P4t.et. J"5l :. either in l-rondca i r in drill. Any cart or l I.mry. Table nail Desert Kuive, SvUsor, Shears, lie. IG Quarter 74.73 a5k yiur iu-iuar., atia. if ho is aoiunte4! worthies character. ,
wac. n on a I.limitation may be readily filed for this 'I .1 J. liULLOCKE A J. P. LOt.------------
2-lEigItth ::.S7 siti. the Tiiiaca of tOe I.if.crj M! rciKimia ud tlitir
purpo ? St a trifling cost. LIIJSICAL INSTRU1'tIENTS. CG Ciuiiih lit >< ..
: Gulf City Interior BailI tie ID ill CAS s of cl>m-w. S---t.4I8l9. C9-lv

The un'ereito-d! is MOW tie! owmr of the State Guitars, Vi-lii. fl'ites. Fl.tgeolet. Aeeordcon! *, flU- THE ORDINARY B3AWIHG3fl C t!TIO.Ve: eaation the public against

Road Company. Ri.-Lt of F onda. fr tlnte intcnt.ons. The Coiir.ty t.na'. Banjos nnd iatu&IAtUlueL Woml, dl.ly! d Co.'s birdie NnmLcr Lotteries rstli CT any of the loony iniit.itioin or coon THE GREAT I.\V1L\TIO.\

KiirliH-f the following counties hare not yet been AL O- I uill take j.Lice 13 ri-L'ic. us C1I.! ws: t.riiitbitt n-ik! for Iinrensa's Cri-raassw THE UL

r soi.l. \ it: Fire Gnn hot Pouihts, Powder Flasks, Gun FroM.*ni HiTTLCs, nnd SOt hut each bottle -0Gear's -
I Daciilt n. Columbia 3a'lion, Taylor. Laf.ijctc( Wad aa.1 C *. | Ca! s CO Draw on Saturday, Jhrc'a Ct. TS60.li I._i.* the -or.U l>r. J. Ho-t. ttir's Stomach Idactiae for
: NOTICE l* hereby irnen. tl.nt n eoitnty Mith L l I iji Leon. (tids'l 1Cfl. 'ltty.. rmV.Hi. Calhoun Jack- Ale i. Table at:d Ila'l Inmp Lstvp OloW> and | 01 ,
*f the Gblf Ci'y flaiIroaI! l Company. ft.t.s CS Crani on Vattnlsiy, April 14, ding. &c. Irregular< ras ia vccd.undcrslgne .
ci.iiuxxl tie int.taiic the
5 1. \a Uin'T. .. IKK.IS ui.I 1e.p.l in TaIli.l.aeee. nt tl.eStnref l.ss: CO Draws r>n Sttirtai! April 21, I.SO ami of'hat!
Cliir.i 5-I it. oar autograph
Marble aud Ti-rra C >tta Pi.M.re JweI l lPM signat'.re
I. It. A. hine.jr. i.i atur.ly. tic! "Ut J.iiiuiry. 1l.L.ea ,0 lJr..r.s o-i .:turnaAjril 2S, ISt'.O
The C-'unv( flI.'l'tS l for the above named rountie- s. .. S. X.T Stan.!.. Card Stau.N. Cjp Mn s. .te. iou the Lb. !1. r-I 111T ;1 has I'eeotr* th.- ntrner P
_ I I860 ami st the St. of Dan'l Lalso! ,
for ta the C.4ZAi ttckof iJ Compaiir. | of th.s State, tvi'ilf t.N Cocnty 1'i.jhts for the omn- AIH'. P.ipvr Mochc Wilting Dr.-ks mid Wink | riPrarrd tnd sold 1:7 TIOSTETIEII & L rylit to t't art! s -ll tl.in a'u..i' :.. ii,
' ubscrj-lufj t* -a-
tics of D Mii: -t' 1 Early. .f the Stale of Doxe*. DackjairRMin F.rd Chic, M.n J) F .'rida. and he note f>flrr in.liTi-lu.il i -
_ -
for 'au'1! be hid Mi... IA-ntIIt-r Szocbcla T.tl, MtII As. !Ui.ts> t<> who clot ire to '
Oeorgii. are now off.-rrd may c ; any tray pi.ni:; >-
Tli bo.i. will be the
optrcd tnh-r supervision of ; : groers, sij:! drums generallyLernuAni
*" uch term m to U'aiur t -> t..Lv pace! r.s above pcc:5ed. :tie l J'odiines b" -
by ppl immediately pve panr.c.l < <% cnn seen in -per vf<- ii ;.if t
tie f Corimioioi-ers H. A. Siiae! Ji
JUMrwiij Oen.
vi crrli Chiiref- OI: l L'urjiel LnJd.: I.rq.J.n. : the punhnar! a cli-.we to r.'. bZtt l"r" "ian tt-n times A'a' '. R-'znr llazor Stropeifair DIutLesZkitir I cfiASD PRIZE .c tfc.r altiJ ItiJcs, Canada, South the shop of I. U'. Hiram at tIe-: *K i ella!, .

tl.e money for w Lit-h! they ran ''Ct4.'I' Dmt.lir Tooth Bru-.liei Le.Alxxa Lnttn &n'l Cfrnicr.C Dc-pot. The mjcliiim in simple in %;tt. co i --. -
14. ISoO. 3 1 Priz.f..2-V 00( I 1 Pniienot..it 0 '
I'i-o.na in any of these ct.u.. *"* *s-hing pHnta- f.'e >rtnivnt of llco-l NcU snJ Hair i C O V I L *:. F2AD adapted! to cut a greater vaiiety of irrt.- .'.
1 . 10000 tJ I
r-.1 thin rg5.li1 can t>\it ii.i them bv apj i"Bt" rne a* this Paia. KT tall and ***. fet < :tLw Omtt.1 tNS, LI., and a'crftet-s tl.:in air fill or \t mvr>i e--, I -
I ,.. G.tO IO 4iOI
rlcf. or ray n r nt for the c<>unv in v Ith they *-ve- lIVERS .t OORMA At ijolc ..ulcE07 AcIiii- paeity is eq-nl to twei.ty ni-'n. rid! in '- rno -
.. .. IiO .
4.tt .
- .IVEflY Mll) SALE TALZJTALWIJIASSIE. Iv urif-.rzs twice f'rthe ihIlJ'i-tl: i. \'* %! woik much mor It occupies I ut 't> all r\\- -
8tt) Iti I0t <1 by r. ittli. Jr., M. NISIX a;
FLOflDA.a llrI n=c (he 1'liiw j is ?2 per horse, for I. ln-uur* t 100 .. 1iOeppozin&tCioa < O., reid A3L1.S s I>i VI-V Tallahassee5 finns tlirie tit four feel s. u i lu '.rfi--i. -.t-t tqrires
Pisrrbutor ?3 f.th. 1-losiela. Lilt little! power to rive! if. Er, i\

zfj' J 11 Proprietor' 'I.i! friend w* and Ud the in"rl" The cost of the material an 1 rra'sinjj of (ha f'Peircaiy Pt-twa. At-ui y, isw. 15-ly neat and ihfuctill work in II'u'e Inn'clm.! > '.

_ f..r pl.'tt int. withanj ll1: 1 of a I Uiiv'% !;
__. .paiic. ti.at iniua rebuilt I.& 4 rrzs! ef f 400 sppw'j;. to tSO.OCO prizs reSl.$ 00
fr ar<;i> HiirV St .blrs. at tie E..I l *t.tul, nn-1 i a iwt : 'Tl:witclihl. I oth wi oda':.d ironwoik !."". 4 ZOO 201'O l.C(0( Gifts Gifts Gifts !!! tc, Ac, can be turned out by i it' with! antalncss s

'. proparc-l lo&crdutnodite bis in. n lL'Lt 4 250" IOtoOC -0LVANZ and despatch.
and what the Smith ihirgts for ?nnkii; tlttm.vtelIi. : 2.5! jrp.n full 'r
J t* M!* lias tnaiin-ti to hi ScaUei goml UUck- 4 : 1/00
lee' than ,.tittr & CO.'O JuTy 1P. 1SIt.! ?-TT
i. nt-raiIv iahttrelf.rmkircan
putt, S>K>p. l Plantation eoa. Ilor.e 'i >ein .aad <'arrias.
the tony l>cst Manner tiEd u ilh p.-ctrrtai and diCarriajca :- I s'rnp'.-. coil! ea.o t' !*i\f 'lm p-oprr sett. 4 ICO LtOO 40.i GIFT BOOK STORE! Kotice.SIX .

ptch.Nvenir5.i. A sock e>Kspi-t<- with a attel turn i.y plow Mrde.! ; HQK 5,000 prizes! cf 20 are. .. .... .. .. months alter the first pu 'hin-iton of .s so-
'. r. ill cr-t 11 our ah.is here a' out A1r -0--- the unJf r-i jreil.aiu.; : > trator 'ci i :.. r

f 5. The stock ttitb'K.t ihv iron work can be far- ,485 Frizes anwcntin? t .?3 JO 000 'rIIIIDCr .-f CizaWth Canipl> !l. icctaiitV. L.'e: of I.< < i it .

I Exggies, and Harness nieb.at I 2"t et-iiis enrli. THE 17 will prefil.t his final acrouut m.t'I! vJC.H I t -

..I VZT Sale Lj P. E. Brcka hesu livery etnsderetI vLere tLis j-low has Lctn LtroJ'.cfd it has igLJr r TCuouc TICKETS $10; HALVES $3 ; QCALTEES 2 Co rsTErkrr.i3E ix XETV ORLEANS.riv irS Judge. of 1'rub.Ucnf WILLIAM Le<-u .utv; Ll.ilN ant Ii.dLteharged. .

9 rLj: Suterllrhs jest received The J/o / Erinrxiimi, CfiKrrnien' f..iJ !- C.-niGctes of Park 'g--o in the Ordinary Lrawir-jj TTAVINI -d th<- atronpest a'?nrxn
'e :_: -: I tery Is t'e eErrjr of Ca&a. e. c'rnt Cultin'cr Err lnrc.c-l Trill he a ld at the fullowiiuj r.ites. hirh U the ri-J: .L.i eatisla ioaof our nstomer,litretofirp.by their
5::_ ) Ri vi<**, nii.1 i i I'irnrs.L2.l ts iii* Le OC QLR Certia U'.cf Fttska of itt Whole Ticket ? Notice.
i A treat many < f the roe t relixb'e nr.d inte'gntpiintan 1 "- continued a'roKajre. we would pctfully inform
for sale on the M< -! reas<.:i.it. tS Jwlb'f . 40
of) Middle I 11.-ri! !'a hive given -cit:.:ca*. f | .4 Quarter . 20 them rml ad who are dt'irom of 'btaiuirij a valua- mnp'hs after ditithe- ni-J( r'Ignc'l w ire-
rcral- .
18.1S.,4.T311. its t-ITkiei.cy. end! arc of opinion tint a* coon a its j iMPiovrD DOLTIIL1 Llit; :: .. .- JI khth :yIn tie: lihrarr, aVo fine b' <.-s for rrp',nts arci for the SIX his final accounts and r>-liern t.. tl

; nietit ltenie DENTITJ1Y.; P10T7 o e I, Ixiu; tw-t <>:i'y the n.n-t convtiiifLt! Lui j jcboaprtt Cotton Paeircr.T rrd.r'n" Tmke's cr Certii'cates. ;eloset'camouut I' liave now on hind a I.ircT and tame choice eolIretioo !- estate of Adam Gramlin, deonne-r late ii (0-
Lave t<> t>r.r addrwa. for what you wihto ft tac *ard and! cc'innMirs i bin! ,. cunsistinr -
p ow they tvor seen. j S1'flCltliIfl NOW ort i:iis to the i' ooney county, and! isk to be di chartr<- TL P'OT: 1 as taken tLe trat premium in al" CM i lie, I.iriLtmr Inipr.'ve Double Lever Svrewrcnon purchase; name tl* Lottery in w'.icb yo.j *f b it c-f i.'Wcs. !*ravr G'Ofc Ainua'! Albums and A. P (GKAML1NO. -

State Pairs it hasten er.tertd ; an-I 1 U premium 'mt'Ztim-, iovt-steJ. and \ihether yen Uh T.'LoJis. H *i\e? or !'iic pnb'ieitior.i1. tfno J n. ver hei-'a r.fiVre l in tM Jan. 7. 1ECO. 2m

were awarded to it at the b'us'h Caroji..i! -.atC Foir Q.urt-rs. ni receipt i f wh.\h, we tedslint u tirdvrm cIty? wal telKrat, the LOWEST KE7AIL KlICES
: !at fall ; (ut I o t.-t w.tttt pbir.tiro to buy ..iLarpuU f Mp.c>."n ONE OP. TWO HALTS at 't tlm. I-- ), ty first ranil; toivt-r wi'b' the relume.LnsiiHliately Notice.IX

thISO reNciifl"tLIlon, alone. I antit theta t, sit;,. r 1 and fr !-orre power; and for t'mee, sp ed and of rihe rfrawim;, a Printed Drawui" A GIFT .
tte tl.e safety in fat-i irg. it stands \vitl.ot.t a furalk-l. I Certified the Cviun.usiwncrvill be seat OXC HUNDRED DOLL IX monlln after date, the nn-Jereunied w- tf
iIcy ght-bavt 1e-i.i mu tlteni aIli.ir t' l-y ;cr.I! fn-n 23 cents to -
huV4-1- f rV them series on my t trni, wi'h, u hwh I sent his anal account and voi'uher* tw Iit> : -
tiiI. if nfc-r ; ai.l 1 Siiv.r \
rrorc.y tn.kt ciii I-.la u nh an hxplanatH n.J A US. seo--.tiis,1 c-f Gold
T. J. CUIl"XrOl"LDr.lu LEE them they (i.b wt flod them .is adictrer =e trite t1eisnatur* Jewt-try. end a great.uic'y of useful and desirable of Probate of Leon couiity, nod aj ply f-in a ii. .
bis ut-ri.l a tit'; and can sifely esy. it i is the host tIn! for 'heir Post flClcc. County nail State. charge from the admini. trati<-n or tics estate C -
JI :u R dtPwbdgeoertZt ii.ys.If t u return th .m ll.tir inor.cy. Ihw I j jtLiiJi pbin, ami Rive erticLs will be
I .< Ct tton. Hay <-r T.>b cro, that hits ever born I hans Grimes, deceased. late r>f slid count
IT to the ciuzrtis , / ,< rti U.rM(, oul I ilitlleiiail J- ii us fir es tb -y cr-cl 1 nk 1 ACTNT amo.j p: -.ans All eomninucati stnctjy coniiilcntiaLJ Book
: : East I- ;oiija.. d r ti.c v.ty l 1') lA iatretgo t tifoeivml ,I. FE.ELKP., Tai; 1.45 cc. Fui. iu\" iic-1, and iu ><)criLutis need only be seen to be j jljfrty : All prize.* of 1.(1UO and under, paid i l .e- Presented7ith Every LEWIS Glililts. A'.n"

: (ruia tLrm il-Jiiup UK j r't Die urcix yeir I Ii- ye a Shnpijthia place: exclntiieiv (na J
I lie will eoalintc tLr goo-:! <- < tlie ah.ie prof.k'xin .*- in rnnkira nr-d rrparias: tli.-re plt-ws. Itc }>tjr- sole owner of the patent risht for tL" dStales. time of thirty drys.! 7:. TJ-Do not be lecrirrj Ky any traveling coneirn -

, iu lif--< a. C i-s ol < < >; >:i\. :uni }ire u-a-lc turh (-Laeng plantation ii lifs can 1 I.e furnithe \k illi pi >wsai I am j-reparol to (: -4.-? oi n htsfut tci.Ito- ."' $' \V*-id L 4y it. OO4 Lotteries are Jrawn at t.nt! may Tff h to taV.- ad%*r.tu e >f ccrwicce** Guns Guns Guns !

with if lVt'al *! touN k iir, I-f any tue tat may ft "l'irtd. \ViniiiLton.! Delaunrc.AJJrcss to ndwrtie itnJer the came nam*. To protect our lIE has 'I. fatrt
I________ arrae..t-nls u'aua-ttthn4 < IS cents pi-r picu' i jtia v 01 21 cei.ts per iKMind.ttc Au/ueta. G'oriji.t. uidersigned now permanently
: zt.. ril as tnnaie! 1 iEi tc' put i-;. rr. t. Us f .l wort-wLicli i> !l.e pr pound tL.ii any oLer I KM th'.. fnra eJ in lair the Srrcrs btii't b j Oiucrs for Tickets or Ccrtiacatcs to Friends nnJ Patntis from imp *jti.trj. ti-ha may never T opposite tho Pi>st office. here he u iei-pft

r teeth, ia any of the p.'pu'r' nta.b-i. ut fumny..,v to j i it plow* cm I e iiia-o for in this mirkft. Ilii nii'l aJj..iiii.euutks; I\r-t.z.s xii-lng: tl-om '> WOOD, EDDY) & CO, Abasia,Georgia.cr. bate %i-ied oar More, we v.<>uH state that tKms the in the most workman-like and ron'ft cuwi r, u
ee Xiin<2Jvi)n, Still 1'-:IVP thtirrd< rs st, anti f ui ONLY r.TlANCH OF THE OflIGIALJiV.A.Ici3 make and repair
further particuLr .1 li'ie s tie suhjtnlcr it Boston, WOOD, EDDY i CO.. Athr.ta, Georju.or. .
d the same in the South ; (lie m,an wbat sa\i.anj cu:' s itin.r GVX-TLOCK
& CO. ,
tInt l be acjcavircACLE Thoniaa coinitv. (;trgIa. | WOOD EDDY & CO. V.'ib.in-ton.! DvLJ37
I uarant
: TSuwp in i.cri l of ln m\vx, can. bv clioprinz ft SIX nvtitcs from ther pt.Uicat.cn of tl U n ; will be Sfttt, (tee of exj; ne, by adJrcssn-g r.s nUrtp."FULTON We rcsppclfuli\ give as reference the edi- With the above qualifie ttions he e-xpetts tnmeriu

- note to Lira nx either MX.t cello ur Maciio,*. Ha, 1 e. II f u'i IOI-ML.-IIC: cl ai'rvnis'rntor < f the estate Nathaniel Eamlen tons t f the J'ifayi.ne, Srue I>elie, AI 0. Cretrtnt liberal patronage of the CitiZens if tUs pta:. at<*
. t.( John PnrLhill. drtva 'I'd. late < f Leon coui.ty. v i 1 JTOUHB&Y amt l Unto. r-f tl in tity. .urrounuinjr country. -
j Imf
hive the wt>lk .Ji ''I for it. preset In* fi' al account to the Judge of Probate of COMMISSION MERCHAi1: Thus,, nh.' are nnJble-.> visit ocr Store, can realize rg N./B. Gun lucks always f>r sale on hiril!

tr'I1e het rejf recces civcn if dttire-L Lena couutv and a i to be disi hurled. TALLAHA.SSDL, FLOlllDJOIlA \ all the a-lvrntn5 of ,l Tesiuri: with tins esttbhub- AULTt3fUS jt0jwMarehS.

December 1SMt.c S2 S. ii. PAUKUILL. Adm'r. No. 33 Poydras St., New Orleans.Rnrrss ment. bj fwiinj their orders l>y Expre and they 1S59. 13-

Feb. 18, ECO. 8-Cra CA1.DY, Proprietor. vri',1 be |>r. mptly f.Id! ami rent i h the corrwpond"-

TO- itt; GJITV. by the first retnin Express. Insolvent Estate Notice.

tHXO c&jv ZCGUE & AlIAESPt, InGoJane Jl. CroocsGen. Tia1iasceo! ii.a STEAM ENGINES f.on C to S3 Low power, C5 Anv person fttlern-s TEN or more Bonks at STATE Or* FLORIDA, J JWakclla
roiiII. U. A. liie. ) built to or
c ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS A. IX uyes. l Leq, I Fix nansliij'. ana n* cheap as can be pirthae.I in New J: CirenLm. with a LL-t of cur Locks, will be SPENCER administntcr cf the es'a

I FACTORS R. M. b-r ncer. E--n, J \ewport' York or any Xoitl) rrn city an'i laid down in F'oridj.Tastings seat free to any address.Ko. RM. Pelt. late of \Vakulln ttE

John J. Suellin"; Quiney Flo.Gtn. for Saw Mill". Gist Mill*. Gin Gearin;. A-, r.vis ,tCO., ceased, hathig flIed in the Prubat eCee'I- '

II. AaSrnrrnl HAVE formed a ctvportner hip in the practice of Wm. litilt-y, JefferM county Fla. 1.tc.. Constantly on band. Si-::ar Mill from 12 to IS 9 Camp street, bear CanaL county a written eupoestion (tat he brIe r' '

and will altri*d to any profi&siot&l business J. G Putnam, Esq. Madison: Flo. indies in diameter always on hand,or made to or.ler. New Or'ian*. Jan 7, 'C' 2-3m estate oftaid William Pelt to he incolvent ttett

( (Ccmmisuiun50RTU ;! 1crcai5 mtruste
P. HOGt'E. A. PERRY AMAKEU. Daniel Cell. Eq. iniihon ccuu'tyt Ha.Ed. *. Ac.Jobbing. NOTICE TO ALL against said! estate to appear and file the 'amP< *

r03I3ICRriAL WIL1RF.a May 1. 183S. 18Notice. Remington, Esq. J Thomnneville.; OPO. woik 01 all uesniftions execute \iitb the Judge of Probate of said county on or bff" t

r. IIANCKEL, E.1. Se.xus. Efq, )I neatness and despatch. All orders stUrtJ'cd to -0--- let of Julv, ISfiO, when there will be a pro rat* a*

W. :i. It NNO. Jack J. M..rh. Eq, Duneanville, Gtay John C.irdy, Tallahassee, iioiida, Mil1 be promptly! IN retnniing his thanks for the very liberal patron- tritutiou of said estate among the creditors cf BJ

3,1 li. TTNV Charleston, S. C- >T. gn lnR. 47 attended to. age htreU'fore -stowed upon him. the undcr- estate.
pc rscns Laving; claims or demands of i-hit- fr5" Terms Cash. sr.e-J wont! it fur the that hsd'l of Pro-
JL W. : O VELI: AIL 4:j) peclfully in publ.c; II. L. HENDERSON Judge
-' character against the etts.te of the late Blacksmith Hotica. -o- continues theCiI'.RIAGE. Dec. 31.1853. 5VCm .
Hardy lirjaa. Ieecr.w-d. are rtquxted to pri ent
the al* r.cc of omof our firti', Mr sr*. D. C. them, propeily authenticated, to tc? cnieri! 3e
Wilson .t Son of Tall lm'*er. FLu w ill represent within two } CfttS frito this date! or they will be ;4 purchased the interest Joseph Cardy In alitsv.iri! 'branches Notice.

El us, receive end advance upon nil Cotton designed for barred ; and a.l those indib'ed mil make pirmentiiumediately. HAVING Foundry as well cs all account's at the OLD STAND opposite persons indebted to ties estate of tI"*''
vi. 1IANCKEL, L'NNO A NOWELL 1* C. BRYAN. Acting Eifr.llarch due the concern, the business will I ercsfrer be eon- the Dunk Store, / EL Dennisl.eensedilltfl5t5 PV'

CLarieston.! S. C. 10,, 18CO. 11-Sw ducted by nie. Those indebted w.ll please come and! Lopes by sti ict attets:7: 11. mint thereof to Dr. Thomas K. Leonard sml ill '
Jan. 2?. 2GO. 5 13T Sentiuel c.>py.RONEY ** *testate
forward uud (ettlc their accwuuts. UOD to I.is butineis to s ns having any claims and demands nan

Notice.SIX JOHN CARDY. merit a continuance of n will present the sine to the under

; GREAT SOUTHER1 INVENTION % January 7. 1SCO.r_ _' share of the public patronaiie. to sitl! Thomas K. Leonard, who tas been dw?
months after date the will nndersisred I*
undersigned pre : thorized and empowered by tfie
his final! account and vouchers to the Judge Notice.LL He wocM also inform i in all matters concerning sai'J estati ; soil uP '5

. & LLOYD'S ot Prolate of Leon couutr. and apply for a final ills. milE BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL ITS :: h mnj demands or claims ari'n*t the public that he -- to present such claios or demand within '**/.J
charge from the atimir.inutration oti the oetate of _J I__ branches will be earned on as heretofore at the A persons hoa fitted at his will be m "*
Tt the e tate of Jolia K Gruffly, deceased, late of up a room stop for taking from this date this notice p'eaded
F PATENT SOUTllIitN Mary M. Townsend, deceaed. late of said Cduntv.LYilAN OLD STAND, bv the undersized, who returns Georgia are requested to thereof. .
county, present any recovery
,. solicits continuation of
SMITH Admr. thanks for and a ; the public DENNIS. AdB1Feb.
them to the underslgned ex-oracio admin!r, ELLEN A.

March 10. 18CO. ll6tn"TlAGKSMITHING patronage July 1, 1859.heretofore SO so liberally D.extended.0. WILSON.Executor's itLin the time required by law. properly authenticated Picture taken from a small size up to a cabinet 18.1860. 8-8 w (Sentinel C'F1.

Patented Dec. 27th, 1&59. or they will be barred ; and all persons indebted and life size. DAcrEKsrorrrrs copied and enlarged

i --- will make payment immediately.li. t_> 1'fe; size, either on paper or canvass ready for Notice. i-n

--'- I *\ TT"E call the attention of the public to our ivw HE SUBSCRIBER Notice. SAUNDERS Sheri Leon Co, painting WM. KUHNS.Kr '' "'HE undersigned having qualified n'
gives no-
I \l V PLOW feeling satisfied thit it n the roost 1. JL and Ex-officio Administrator.Feb. ( Call and examine rptciiacns. JL under the IsU Will and teatnment'fj,
tee that he lisa opened his, fTUIE subscriber, baring qualified under the last 4O ,,
_ I- exwrfnlent, valuable! ao
: 1 tad rnu U u hen it Lss been tneJ, s-jpcrcede connection with his IJVERT STABLES. here be wil late of Leon county hereby give uctice to --- givrs notice to nil persons h ,in$' kiroor.J''vji

othet*. This is the opinion of experienced pUn'ers sell Lave done all kind of Plantation and Carriage work kit p-i SODS baring claims ai d demands,of whatsoever Notice. Salt and Potatoes. of whatsoever nature against the estate o.f "feeased. -
*Lo Lave examined it. We ore are prepared to WEEKS after the first publication cf this to present them propeily otbfU"t
_ \LSOIIOR nature against said estate,to present tlem properly t
t I patents aad call the spfci.il attention of the public SIX the will to the SACKS within the time law or tbef *
E SHOEING the best manner attested within two years as the law requires, or undersigned apply Judge Onnn LIVERPOOL SALT, 500 prescribed by *"
thAt those wwJn! may secure them soon. Tlie plow and mill 10 endeavor rcry to have work; they will be burred ; and all persons indebted to said of Probate of Leon county for letters of administration '.\J\} tJ-Sacks Turk's Island. 50 bble. ieicer barred ; and all persons indebted "S *
can be seen at Lloyd. aol we will leav* patterns ( )i u every oo. the Estate of George N. llelr. deceased late and Pick Potatoes Disk payment immediately.
dtue! with di-pat)h, anti to suit costorrhfr state are reqnttted to make payment immediately Eye jut landing and for rae!
err stKi.ROXF.Y hIorSTOts'Feb.
-T' tribuled at dJf'nt places ROBERT EDWARD
P. D. BUOKAW.Januaiy W. K. SWAIN, Exfr.F pfssideonnty. HE lit. by HEARD A PENH AM.
A : A LLOYD. b. 11,1683. t-Sw Feb.lSlsGO. S-6w Dec. ift, ieaa. 49 23, '60. T8ir QaIi8 FXtC

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