The Floridian & journal
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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 31, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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yroffssionnl; anb 3o5ints3! Certs 4. AMES & LIVELY, I STATE OF: FLOSIDA.G I Division of Leon COUntYMILITIA j! Spring & Summer Goods.WE PROPOSED TOTHEConstitution AMENDMENTS

; are now receiving our
"- : WHOLESALE A IJ RETAILDCAZ.EES ..:;;., SUMMER GOODS. conti,tii>g of a general of the State
"lilLSflSHT IT"H : I
PURSUANCE of an Act entitled An Act to I I DRY GOODS: BOOTS. SOOSaSTR'AW I -O-
& A L E Rill N PE.OCLAM.A'rrONtiT : : IN amend the Militia! nnd Pltrolla\t"1 of this Sute, GOODS.:: HARDWARE. i'I AN ACT to ftanerid the Btb section of the 6lh arli*.!*

: I.ie I TIIJr approved Dismember 22, 1 bI 3.** at a Electing uf the of tbe Constitution of the State of Florida.
DRUGS, &; PAINTS, ... S ', CHINA, GLASS I 1. B it tnactedbytht Senate andKoi,,
C Bnird! of c..uty Comtmitsu-ufrs of Leon coanfy.ht'J *
I .\) f Match lath.:: ISGO it 181rd..r..J that Lion CROCKERY AND GROCERIES, Jltatif'n of tht State of Ftsridj ,1Gtntral .
MEHICINES() It! OILS \\\\ Q'{ .-. Virtue of the rtrotininti. rf ai n<>t .rthe Central i county be :and !it b hereby divided! iuto the! fcliowiu; Which we are selling! at l low prices.a. / Astcmbly conrentd. That the 6th section o f
n -", ---. "' B },*;;t-n.h;\ f tl.w :-.10..-. tmit!..d-An act I de crbed Jililitia Beats to wit : A J. MEGISNI5S.: the Cth artiel of the Constitution of this State shall
I 'T''KILO inform their neiid. and the public. ( = V' :: t', aKHi-'l I!tIC. Mi i.h i a v! I'atii'l J.iwtfimitate.." Th J 1st Beat will; COUMSI l of the Ut Justice rr Marsh 10, 1 no. ll-4t Nit hereafter be *o constrced u to render*ny Juitice ,
> they h'tv<- on fcaivl a ;f>o lt :u are <.."er&ny1'1\ ill their) line.f buiineiku l lI PElillY.: R.reiiiiir of 1'Knid.i.
I will b* receiving rularly fresh upplit. The I EDC to b I I.el I on the first MuiuJay! in'May next,, line on the Ocklotkonee river, and following the Supreme Court.Chancellor! or Judge cf this Stat.*. tI
(rm> ibU he rea"*, >nabl.r.UllakasW. I '- fur all the PirUion. Brigade. Ilifi-nrDtal and Com s.iid line to the Basis Parallel thence followingsaid DU1&a lfMIatrgrs Upon tlii ground that the sane u another and di far.

April 9th 1 863- 14. FLii pany officers of the Militia of (he State as fallows: B.iae! line to Range line 1, W.thence South iLl i sot office,station or post of bouor and emolument.
--- ; For imp Major General of the First Division of the said Range lm, to the Wukulla line. To be called (Cloths fctotltj, [Ninth General AI5f'mbly-Pa88ed the Senate by
H: H. BERRY I \ RE now re(' :ivinfc a lartre alld fr *h nopply of Stats of Florida: composed of that part of the :Stales the Fort Braden Beat Place, of holding Militia the constitutional majority J.nunry 8, 1159. Passed

1l.. every vanety .mticUt kept) ty l)ru.iata.! I f"-s*. of the Suwaimec River. elections-Fort Braden. Sterling Silver, Fine Plated Ware, the H.'UOie cf Representative by the eooctitntioeat

Auctioneer and Commission PLA XTEJtS. niYMUIA A"S. For one Major General the Second Di/ision! cf The 2nd Beat will con ist of the 2nd Justiceor QQDIQ majority January 18..1868.]
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MERCHANT. I end otber*. mill always Cod at hit establishment\ a the State of Jo'loridI'.rnpost-J "T that part of the 'laIlaliasr District: embracing Township 1, N. -
full supply' of every thing needd, in our line and on State :liist of the Suvanuee River and known aa R. 1. E. and T. I, N, R. I, West,and all of Township TAU.AUAUEX, fUJRIDA. AN ACT to amend the 7th section of the Jth article -
r,it 48 AS" E. Fla... Srpt. 9. 18& 59> --- liberal\ terms ns they can be had in sny Southern II East and South Florida. 1. N. R. 2, Vf, within the county of Leon and East f3rOrJw.Jor Hair Work from esir ISO duiqe.. of the Constitution uf this State. I
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---- -- Market. Order Mail otherwise ot- Fr.r ..>"i Brigadier (}(n.rnl..1 the Fir:t Brigade of Forbes' Purchase line. To be called the Tallabussee March 1. 1860. 10 SICTIOII 1. B* it tnteUd by the BenaU and ffcmtt
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by > iinptly
W.1K II. tended l to aiwl filled with the tame corrttnt aj if eompoeml I of tl. Militia of the Counties of ilCRn.l nSnt. Beat Place of holding Militia: electionsTidiataesee. of Rtpretentativtt cf the Slat of Florid. in G,... .

bbtrtising fi; Commission ionst, personally: Jlurc:1&AaeJ by CuKt Uth article of the Constitution of tide State be im
frrl ti&dot in FrauVIin: aol I CaJboun. The! 3rd Beat will consist of the 3rd Justice or
No. 102 NASSAU STREET.NEW prompt time them buyer entire,tatiiLiftion.ve Our STOCK SA;ing cont-wecan For ono Briadi( ,r nenf'ral! of the Seeond Bil aJc, CentrevilU District, embracing Township 2, V, R. 2. HE eopartnerabip of T. HAYWARD SON:: amended a* to read all liabilities of such Hanks shall
YORK. give cotnpoeed of the Militja of the Counties of Gadsden, East, except Sections 1, 12. 13, 24, 25 and 36. and wa dissolved March 1st, by the retirement of be payable in specie and the aggregate of the liabilities -

,,- ,--,- rri.-Drus. Dye Stuff*, Liberty. Leon, \Vakalla, J ff.rson,Taylor, Madiaon Township 3, N, R. 2. E, except Sections I!, 13. 24, T. Hnyward. who desires to close up the business of and issues of A Bank (exclusive! of deposit.)ball
AJ.erti*.nlf'nta will be received at above, for pub- Medicine You maLes, and Hamiitun. 25 and 36. To be called the Cenlrevillo Beat. Place the late firm as speedily AS possible. All person at no time exceed double the amount of its capital

It it ion in this\ paper.A Cberuiciils. Putty. For one Brigadier General of the Third Brigade, ol holding Militia elections-Ccntreville. indebted to them are respectfully solicited to com stock paid in.
!O. 1859. 34_. Perfumery, Burning Fluid, composed of the Militia of the Counties of Lafayette The 4th Beat will' comprise tie 4th Justice or without delay and pay their due*. One of tie firm [Ninth General Aue-mb11.-l"uaed the Senate by
.- -- -_ FaioU, Camphine. Levy. Sdwannee, Columbia: New River, Alacbua Lake Jackson District embracing Township 2. N, will alwaj* be found at their old stand (now occupied the cjnstitutivna! majority January 4.1829. Passed
*. D. rxrv. nvun--A-- itPAPY Oil.. Glass Ware, and Nassau. R. 1. E. and Township 2. N, R. 1. W, and tbat part by A. F. HAYWARD,) to attend to the colIc.-! the House of Representative by the constitutional

-- -- fn\t Son pa, Window Glas' For one Brigadier General of the Fourth Brigade, of Township 2. N. R. 2, W, in-said county; also the lion ot th. aforesaid dues. majority, January 10, 1818 ]
& ARCHER, Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacco, composed of the Militia of the Counties of Duval. 5.h Ju tice or lamonia District,embracing Township T. HAYWARD d;: SON.

Bro heo, Patent Medicines Clay, St.Johns, Putuarn, Orange, Brerard, Vol usia. 3. N, 1?. 1, E, aud that portion Township 3, N. 11. March 3. 1660. 10 Sentinel copy. AN ACT to amend the amended Constitution of U..
A.ttox-Z3icys; ; ; Ln. Paint Brusbe Fine Havana Segars, Sumpter and Marion. I 1, W, in said couuty. To be called the LaVe Jack*,,o State of Florida in relation to the sessions of the

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Surgical Instruments, Medicine Chest, For one Brigadier General f the Fifth Brigade, Beat. Flae of holding Militia elections-\Vm.A. A. F. HAYWARD General Assembly.

28 8tted! to Plantation and Family OBC, composed of the Counties ut lltruumlo, Hiilnbo.ough, I (&'T's. T. HAYWARD A SON'S Secritftr 1. Bt it enacted, th* Senate and ffoui.
July 9. 1SI.9.----- -- --.--- rL"EE WINES tt BBAND1ES HIDICUAL porpote. Manatee Dade and )lollrne.l The 5th Beat. will comprise the 6th Justice or HAVING purchased miscellaneous stork of good,intend of Kepretentatistt of the Stale of Florid in 0.ral .*.-
--- -ALSO- or one Colonel one Lieutenant Colonel and one Bet Air District to-wit: Township 1, S, It. 1. W, ofPLANTATION Assembly COft tl1td.. That the member of the I
R. A. SHINE Jr. 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE.D. Major for each Regiment as folios: and Township 1. S. R. 1, E,and Township 2, S. R. keeping a.geoeral assortment House of Representative stall be chosen by tit*

\.1o't1.0D.oor H. AMES M. LIVELY. For the lit Regiment, composed of the Militia ofEteambia I 1, W, and Township 2, S, R. 1, East To be called I GOODS qualified voters and shall serve for the term: of tw: *>
county. the Bel-Air Beat. Place 01 holding Militia dections : .. l .
:u M. 14 1859. 20 .. .uGrooer:1ca years from and after the day of th e first eltotkw
___ y For the 2nd Regiment, competed of the Milii in of -Bel-Air. under the amended Constitution and no longer; and
COOISSIONMERCHANTTALLAIIASSKE I SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, Santa Rnea'connty. The 6th Beat will comprise the 7lh Justice or : the sessions of the General Assembly shall be annual
FLORIDA. For the 3rd Regiment, composed of the Militia o' Eastern District, embracing Township 1, N, R. 2. E, Which shall be sold M low as can possibly be afforded and commence on the 3d Monday of November
N R. 3 E and also the 9th Jus- in this market and certaiuly a* low a* any other
Walton 1
---.- CA1YFHENE: county. and Township ; in each year or at inch otter time a* may be prescribed
SATURDAY For the 4th Regiment composed of the Militia of tie or St Marks District embracing Township 1, S, \stabliehment in this city. by law.SEC. .
SALE KEItOSENE & LAUD OILS. Washington and Holmes counties. R. 2, E, and Township I. S, R. 3, E, and Township TitaNs CASH, OR WHEY CALtcD FOE. Call and 2. Bt itfkfther l1! cted That the Reprn

\ LL bntine.s intru \led to hi* car will me t For sale by AMES 4 LIVELY For the 5th Regiment, composed of the :Militia of 2. S. R. 2, E. To be called the St. Mark Beat- price them before purchasing eltwhere. tatives shall be chosen on the tint Monday u.. Goto-

.: i ,,ltd prompt attention. Cutiiiigniueutt tprct- May 14. 1659. O. Franklin and Calhoun counties. Place ot holding Militia elections-R. R. Station 1. March 3, 1860. 10 Sentinel' opy. ber in each and every second year from and after the
For the Cth Regiment, .eJ if the Militia! of 7th Beat will consist of the 8th Justice or
ful'" a..Io..t..1.! The Extract Quality : comp The first election under the amended Constitution, or 011
J\n.: 7. I IS-! ',.'. 2 Original I Jackson! county. Miccosukie District and will embrace Township 2, Just Received such other day as may be directed by law.
-- -- Corn Starch }'or the 7th Regiment, composed of the Militia of N. R. 3, E,and Township 3, N. R. 3, E, and Sections STEAMER SEO. 3. Be farther enacted, That the Senator
Gads Jen and Liberty counties. I, 12, 13. 2-1. 25 and 86, of Township 2. N, R. 2, E. PER NEW ORLEANS : hall be chosen by the qualified elector for the term
J. M. CALLAWAY, PRE!-ARED expressly frr Puddinga Ice Cream For the 6th Regiment composed of the Militia of and Suctions 12. 13, 24, 25 and 36, of Township 3, SIDES, of four years at the same time, in the same manner

COMMISSION .MERCHANT, ,, Bauce MADIl',Custardll. Pies }'orrige.&c Leon county. N, R. 2. East To be called the Miccosukie Beat- BAcON! llama, and in tbe same places where they vote for mTnher
GROCER; Received fresh by AMES & LIVELY. Fur the 9th RegimcLt. composed of the Militia of Place of holding Militia elections-Miccosukie. Family flour, of the House of Reprffnttiyu. and no person shall
Two l>ooB ABOVE AXE t LIVILY.f"flNST. : May 21. 1659. 21Congress TVakulln. county. The above described Justice Districts,from 1 to 9, MUI Pork. be a Senator ole8 a man, a citizen of

.\NT1.\ un band on.1 reomng fresh tcp For the Oth Regiment,composed of the Militia of both inclusive, will each respectively, constitute one 10 Barrels Wbilby. A.. P. HAY the United States and shall have been an inhabitant

pint < .itw uparcd in Kflertti.5 poods to fill or.iers from For the llth"Rfg'mentcompo: "ed .hlle Militia of the tat of April next, ensuing. and year thereof a resident of the district or
the p e 'lIItn. nod at the lowe tnmrWt priet-s. Country AFRESII SUPPLY, just received and for ne Mndison,Taylor and Lafayette counties. Published by order of the Board.. OF county for which ha shall be chosen, and tfcall have
produce ami all other) p'"d< couBiyned to me fur AMES i LIVELY. For the 12th Regimeuteumpueed of the Militia of Attest: A. P. MAKER Lands. attained the ace of twenty-five years. .
tal,. will receive prompt mention. The citiseos of May H. ISit 20 Hamilton county. Pres. Board County Con Leon county. Internal Improvement SEC. 4. Be further tn That the classification

1..1'..lon'f'e-. and vicinity are respectfully solicited to For the 13th Regiment, computed of the Militia of *t* Sentinel copy and publish to 1st of May next Y order of the Board of Trustee of the Internal of Senators made at th cttc session of tbe General

.!n"hereEnry article warranted to b. at represented EXTRA and No. 1-Ground in pure Ua- the 14th Regiment, composed of the Militia of all lands confirmed to the State of Florida under th* unchanged,one-half of whom, a nearly S poMibl,

t<< the purchaser.A PURE Oil, just received and for sale by I Alachna county. An OrdinanceTo I act of September 4,1841.(commonly designated"1n. shall be chosen forever hereafter biennially for the
.1"1.| ) 16. ':'9. 18 AMES '.Nassau county. tvpprett the Ta'lafiaaee. been offered for sale will be subject to private declared,tbat the term of office of that cla!of Senators .
ISt; 21 the litnitt of City of
A. J. PEELER'S May n. For the ICth Regiment, composed of the Militia of I entry from and after the fist day of June next, with at tbe first election under the amended
I Clay and Dnval counties. SECTION 1. Be it ordained bit Hit Intendant and the exception ot the "Georgia Fractions. Constitution, shall extend to and expire on the firstMondayin,9ctobereigbteen
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE I EMONS. Ouava and Current Jellies Prunes Pcach-, I I For the 17ib Regiment composed ofthe Militia of of laid Ct!!, That from and after I Person owning improvement on any of said land hundred l :
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J Pears Sardines, Pickled Oyster.Brandy I! St.Johns and Putnam counties." the of this Ordinance the praclk-e of pittingand i _? % tn.i. no tirvc :
TALLAHASSE! FLOHIDAVXfILL ell. Preserved Lemons, Orange Fine Applrs and For the 18 h Regiment, composed of the Militia ofMurnni ifo1efgrJi'passage httlfr.\n< Practice in the Circuit Gmrtsof Cadtdcn. Ginger.Green Gage!' Marmalade: Lemon$srun. RA.*p- II wumir.For I the first of June. Where twor more own take place on the first :Monday in October, eighteen
v Lf'nn. WakuUa.J "f'n"D km! Madison. c...* berry do, Strawbtrry co, I'me Apple do.. and Giugtr !I the 19th Regiment,composed of the Militia of is hereby prohibited.SEC. I on the same tract the person actually hundred and sixty, and the first session of Gee
'tend promptly to tI.e collection vl r.otvt iud acml do.. Raspberry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon. Lobster, Sumter. Volusia.Orange and Brevard counties. 2. Be it further ordained. That any personor I residing improvements on said tract will have the preftrellee-olbtr. nil Assembly under this amended Constitution shall

.<... III any of raid Counties.ty IladdocV. Uallibut cad fchad. Assorted Pickle, For tlie: 20th! Re'zitneiit! composed! of the Militia of persons offending against( this Ordinance hall be wise, the first making such improvement will commence the third Monday in November in the
person 0
OU'ieV; in Uie Capitol, oppotite lhe dwor of th* Scotch Ale end I'orler. I Levy llcrnando: Hillsborough and Manatee coun subject to a fine of not I lee than ten nor more than I be preferred. In cases conflicting the contesting year eighteen hundred and ,ixt1one
Att'rn*\'* Central d ice. 30,000 Havana SegarsAMES: fifty dollars for each and every offence, at the discretion I must the evidence upon which their SEC. 6. Bt it further That tbe le.iol of
<.h. j. IfS. ill! : i LIVELY.M211& tics.For the 2ht Regiment: .composed of the Militia of of the Intendant One half to go to the Marahnl.offend- claim parties ia based present before me on the first of Jane that a the General' Assembly .bal lacttd extendover thirty

9. 21 Dade and Monroe counties. who U hereby required to arrest all persons so decision lOfty tx made upon their respective claims. days in duration unless a coD.ti.utiooal'm.jority of
"FIRE INSURANCE -- For one Captain; one First Lieutenant: and one log and the residue to the use of said city. From my decision ao appeal lies to the Board of the members shall deem it expedient. No member

mUBAXCE CC. Cod Liver Oil. Second Lieutenant of each Beat Company in every Passed March 12tb, 1860. Trustees. From and af cr the first of June, the "Internal shall receive pay from the State rhis set vice* afur
l IntendantAttestCn.ss.
JTiTE HUE AND 3I1HINE Uncelebrated BrAnds" cour.ty of the Stato. D. P. IIOOCE, Improvement Lands" will be sold for tath tbe expiration of thirty days continuously from the I

PENNSYLVANIA.1XSURC : THRESH AND PI'RE of Ru'bton'lI.For The Judges of Probate are hereby ordered to appoint HCTCBLNSOX, Clerk. only, tea per cent being: redacted fioui the former commencement of the session. .
agiinat Uss bItreon tiic usual \term J J lIf'g..m:1n Clark J: Co. t AMES t LIVELY. the necessary inspectors in due time, tor aiJ :March 17, 1860. 12 price. Sec. 7. Be it f"rtlr enacted. That the acfentitled

"I'. II. FLAGO. Agent.Tnllihwee. *ale l.y election, and make rf'tuma..f the same: in the manner I aLto hereby notify all persons who are indebted to an act to amend of this Stat. so a* .
D'wm'x'r IS.; 1 .',S. M May 21.! 1t9.; .__ 21TUST _ _ prescribed by said Act of the General Assembly An OrdinanceTo the Trustees upon instalment'notev' ,given for the purchase to make the sessions of the General Assembly bio- I

,-,- ---. ---- --- ------- RECEIVED-A enpplyof Mrs.ALLEN'S approved December 22d, 1859. much of tfa third Section of an Ordinance of Internal Improvement or Swamp and Overflowed Dial instead of annual be and tin same ia i hereby
Edward :M. West tJ and Zilobalsamnm- In testimony ,,thereof have hereunto set my Repeal entitled no "An Ordinance more effectually to Lands, that said notes have been,under order abrt and annulled, 1 fr a* the same i ia inco>< '.
Hair AMLS:::: MERCHANT For sale by the State of Florida. Done at the prevent peace receive the for Passed the House of by the
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION 21 [ S.] seal of the of Tollal ar-'ee. patted Uth Austin, who is authorized to money [ Representative
order City
May 51, 1850. Capitol in the city of Tallahassee, this 7th of the same. HUGH A. CORLEY. Constitutional majority January 10, 1869. Pas
FLA. prOfliaerlSECTIOX'
; 1841 hereinafter
TALLAHASSEE. tiar] of March A. D., 18CO. June. Sale m n of the Board of Trustee the Senate by the Constitutional majority JaDuaf. .
PT attention eiven to C\u.t\ment-:! his English Linseed Oil, M. S. PERRY 1. Be it Ordained by the Intendant and of the Internal Improvement Fund. 15,1859.]
PRO d... to Am. .fc Lively' \ of the City of TallaJwaee That ,
'. Uoums otit <>r For sale Governor of Florida.By "' t.r' Florida Sentinel Eastern Herald Jacksonville
Store. | Dee. 17. 1859. 50 PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. Attept : se much of the said third section as requires merchants Standard Newuansville Dispatch. Home Cum Omc or vii SKcamaT or
Drug A the G vmor- Sunl
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___ .0-- the Cask or and to a npeci.il license tax
gallon.AMES .t LIVELY. F. L. ViLLEricrc, shop-keepers enumerated pay in the first and panion and Tampa Peninsular, copy till June 1st Tallb..e March 19th, 186. -
OTTO LANGE Sfcretary of Sla'e. to sell any of the articles March 17. 1860. 12 I hereby certify foregoing act t Ao'
May 21 IRIS 21Compound _ All in the State copy four times and second sections of said Ordinance and designated as Act to amend the 8th section of tbe 6th article of the
idiilLMAKER Gentian end+bills to papers the Executive Department deadly weapons!, be and the same: is hereby repealed contained: TO TOURISTS MERCHANTS VISIT1.VG N. lORi Constitution of the State of Florida,.t An Act t J'
WATCH March 10, 1860. 11 ProriJfd, That nothing in this Ordinance ---0- amend the 7th section of the 13th article of the C

And Jeweler, WI::I':u:1 ':a:' : EIe Charles M. West shall such weapons be so construed concealed as to as authorize prohibi'ed the by wearing saiJ Ordinance of THE INTERNATIONAL\ HOTEL, stitution amended of Constitution this State of," the"An Slate Act of to Florida amend in relation

MOXTICELLO. FLA., 1l ESE BITTERS are an infallible remedy' for of 14th June 1841. to the sessions of the General Assembly: to
rrtWlT inform the citizeii.of Mid- 1 bilious and all disorders arising from a deranged cd this March 12tb. 1SCO. 305" 307 BROADWAY, .
"TTTOULD rF!'r> DEALER IN Pa* be tme and correct copies of original act on file
\ \ die nn.l Fact FI.wi.ia that he de'igne making condition of the digestive organs. Dyspepsia Debility D. P. HOGUE, Intendant 1 CORNER F KAN( KLIN STREET, NEW YORE, in this th

rraMc. >nal visit through theN! rction of country forth Liver Complaint, Low Spirits, Waut of Appe- GROCERIES and PROVISIONSGESERA Attest-C AS. HCTCHI.NSOX. Clerk. POSSESSES advantage; which all traveller ap- office.Witness my official tgnatnre, .

purpose' of doing! any work in the abor line, tite. ic. For ale: by AMES 4 LIVELY LL Y. March 17, I860. 12NewBlacksmith Its location. cannot be :turpassed F. L VILLEPIGUE. -
that may be tutrusUd to his care. May 21. 18S9. 21_ -- ------ ---- being convenient to tbe principal places ol businessand ol mat. .
:_. orders accompanied by the CASH will meet amusement The of which there I ceetar
iLSOjl .", '" ALL Shop. afartment.a. tThe Jacksonville .Tampa Peninsular -
attention. and well ventilated
GARBEI4 siitas.rciwt1a. prompt two hundred are
the low. are and Marianna Patriot will publish for six mouth
line Lot of Jewe1rywLih' I will eell at Sentinel REMOVED HIS
Feb. Il. 1860. C C3T copy. rpHE SUBSCRIBER HAS ; and being conducted on the European plan the Executive
and forward account to
..t poifible ptioFA. ; of :1OOO.TTTE JL Blnckrmith. visitor can live in tbe beat style, with tbe greatest Departent
The bfft Rtfcrtnft* qirt* if rtijvirtd.Artril are now receiving a large and well selected A.. fl-ATJJTBJ HENRY HICKS." economy. A large parlor,fronting on Broadway, March 24. 1860. 13ra

30. 1859. 18-ly VV Assortment of Srort comprising an from the Monroe House tothebuildinadjoiningthe and commanding an extensive view af that world. For Sale

of the bet and moct reliable PEALEK 11DRY. ; _ renowned thoroughfare ha been beautifully furnirhed .
POST & MEL, extensive variety Seeds.' Shop of Mr. E. B. Clark, for the use uf ladies and the general; arrangements A VALUABLE PLANTATION IN "JEFFERSON -

Vegetable and Agricultural PROVISIONS opposite Mesers. Hopkins of the House are such,as to afford the greatest COUNTY.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS In the selection of our stock the greatest care La.been & Meginiiies' where be is comfort to gutsU. T E Plantation called Wiatt-AjD, 0 Lake MI*
61 Poydrus Street, observed; and as a farther precaution the vi i now prepared to perform TUB I.TTSRXATIOXAL HOTEL u connected with eoeukie,4 mile from Monticello and !T mil*
laVity of the Seeds is generally tested before being ANDGROCERIES all work, including from the Pen.& Ceo Rir U offered for sale.-

NE w : ... .xjIAB. offered for sale; *o that purchasers may depend IN: GENERAL. JJor e-Shoeiny, tc., TAYLOR'S CELEBRATED SALOONS, It contain 2.340 aere ,of which 15 or 18
getting those that are fresh and of the most r
REFER TO AMES d t LIVELY. November 13, 1858. 46PLANTER'S patch.. JOSEPH H. ALSTON. visitor can have their meals!,or, if they desire, they the place two good Cottage Dwelling Houe*. Kith
Messrs. Thomas J Perkins d t Co, Tallahassee, Fla. Nov. 26! 1859. 47 March 10, I860. ll-6m Sentinel copy. will be served in their own apartments. The far en,Smoke House and other out bQ" and a
I. Il Hattie A Co., Quincy. M HOTEL .- --- -- served in the Saloons and Hotel is acknowledged byepicures framed Gin Home, 40 by 50 let; .Cora

Dcnham & Palmer, Monticcllo, r George S. Collins, It Shines Alike for All to be superior to that of any hotel in the House, Overseer's House, and quarter for 100 u.
baa been
. Beard t Denham, St. Marks, cItY. J. TAYLOR, Proprietor. groes. For many year past this plantation
Mr. James Filor Key West. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. -\ BASON'S CHALLENGE BLACKING U the March 10, 1860. 11-lm cultivated by Col.. R. II. bl:, h mad U .
Mertrs. McNanght J. N. McKionoo & Co, Tbomasville, .A."r"r XiW, IIE Proprietor of the above Establishment take It preserves the Boots on which it i ia used make For Sale g io regard to the character of the place I .

AogusM4, 1858. 33-ly TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA.OJiC'e T this method of returning his thanks to the public the leather soft and pliable. and thus prevents it* can be obtained from CoL Gamble aMr.J.J.Hn ,
:_ is warranted to retain' its virtue in all climate COMFORTABLE DWELLING. ton, who wa the plantation fr
( orer the Slate Bank. .co: generally for their patronage daring the cracking; AL.-ROEand onraa O .
JIEliCAL rcOTICE.0 T patlear moist warm or order
all in
would solicit a Ct> *, be the atmosphere dry or : Ac. good years.For. .
and respectfully
Feb. 18; 1860. 8 be has madeADDITIONAL cold; and has for a. quarter of A century, enjoyed and if desired some valuable LOts near in nrajl terms and particular,apply to the anenije
J. D. T.\YLOR... .. .J. S. BOND. same as the good opinion of mankind. a blurb state of cultivation all or any portion 1"' near Monticello. GEO. W. TAYLR
TALLAHASSEECABBIAGE IMPROVEMENTSin It is a moving mirror,and adorns the palace of the of which will be disposed of to suit purchaser I will C.. Family Friend please copy. .J

Drs. Taylor & Bond, I SADDLERY bis House since last Fall, and is now prepared to great and cheer the solitary but of the lonely back also sell a pair of young, gentle HORSES and a March 24. 1880._H-lf_

: aMOL-iated in the practice of Medicine. or.I accommodate all onREASONABLE woodsman. CARRIAGE!:, nearly new. Apply to WH. E. AN DEMO X. B. KlTO%
HAVE:: at the OLD STAND of IV.Tavlor.TalUhawe AND TERMS. Lik. the Sun, it diffuses Its genial influence upon March 101860. 11-tt T. HAYWARD. I
and condition of men, aud challenge their Anderson & Milton
1. 859. 6 all sort -
: None need fear for want of good Rooms and jpod esteem and admiration.For Cattle for Sale. X..aw 1
is wholesale and retail hr ; a' ,
ETNAINSURANCE Fare. There anOYSTER sale ,11oreys
11 AMES &; LIVELY. milE SUBSCRIBER offer, al private sal*, from
Mar. 10/60.

Call and examine early. JESSE AVERITT.Bailey's Connty, Fla.,
the Hotel.C. MASSER'S1ftINUTE: Ja- iM
OF HARTFORD. SUBSCRIBER connection with 11-41 the f
Mill March 10,1860. in
II. FISHER, Proprietor.
purchased //X KMGfcfclXtbe pe
\I ----- _l l. Law and will attend with fidelity -
interest of the late November 12 1859. 46 STILL A.HEAD! entrusted their ease in theCircuit
Incorporated in 1S19.-Charter Prrpdnd0 ). DAVID E. HULL in I ICE CREAM FREEZERS SHERWOOD'SNEW ness to any Court business of Jackson, t CftAxxm nd
)I. F. PAFY. & 7rl
A. ,
the Carriage, Saddlery R. Marianna,
: in the Supreme
Washington -
for 1859.
and Harness Business, | As Improved United Court at Tail a.ss.* .
CASH CAPITAL,-81,000OOO. so long kept by him! .. Co-partnership Notice. WITS STJUCTKD laos Covsaa ASD Borroxs--Tnrtm. SKIRT in ApalachicoU.Fcbruarr4.1860.the .Stat Dc I .

would re.pectfully inform = 1 undersigned inform their friend and the Premier known which U constructed ooJ TH* 6 '
BY KKCONTKKMS : rriHE only _
ADAITKDTO HAZARD, the inhabitants THE lfna generally that they have formed a co true Scientific principle! BELLE OF THE SOUTH" WOTICE.
T1'tH.fu THE
AND OON9I8TKNT ) LAW LEO N aDd adjoining in all its hip for the purpose of keeping constantly I The cheapest best and most economical; requir-
pattne .
OF COMPJCX8AT1OSJ.D. /. I Counties, that be wilt continue the be found at on hand a well elected stock of Groceries, Heavy ing less ice and teas labor than any other, being at ,The moat perfect and beautiful skirt ever produced;
C. LEWIS, Agent, bra.oches..t the Old Stand, where may Dry Goods Hardware Crockery Fine Liquors and the same time the most durabl in structure and MADE WITHOUT CLASPjS, Dr. SrWhiteAS t

For Tallaha and vicinity. I all time, Seg irs, which they will receive on tbe arifrslofevery most certain io it* operations.Sole and warranted not to get out of order. located Station 1,o the Pea. A Oe'
Anfustl6. 1867. 33 Rockaways, Buggies,Road n.agonf.Saddles, steamer from New Orleans and they will!spare Agent for the United Slate. is Railroad, and D.1 ofien bi* professional lna
harness Vrldles, Whip. Trunk no pains to accommodate and oblige all of their E. KETCHAM & CO., Manufacturer of % the citizen of the surrounding n
oiL ,
ytLK c.u..T. V. .UAW and Machine Belling I friend who may f ivor them with their patronage. Jspanned and Plani hd Tin Ware. 8. IL 15. 20. 25. 30. 35. 40 & 50 HOOPS. t be found at residence of Mr.J. cuatr.. ...a-bovt
Call & Brevard article usually Give us a call; we are anxious to keep the ball 39 Pearl Siren, New York. -- t .
Of every variety. And in faceveryj he hopes, by at. moving. SHINE & PAPT. March 10, i860. ll->o) >- W_t<.;_Kfy LADYIS one Nor.mile @ t. Stat 47

..11orl1eys; ; a1; Ijaw. kept in such an establishment bi. ;euatomf'l"ll to merit a Feb.. 1860. 6Donald :_ ltEQvtSTEts: TO EXAMINE THEM BEFORE. : ?V2CRASING !
teutiontolheinteret.of OTUKK )LutE!
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. 10 liberally bestowed Notice. .Notice.AN -a
continuance the patronage DEALERS SCPPLIED BT
TT AVIXO awoeiatttl tlienwelre io the practice of J. R PURDY. Cameron, this notice, WHOLESALE MEETING of (be S'nkbdu
JL the La.... offer their professional seiflee'to the I I upon his predecessor. inforto his frie"d and I : SIX week from the will first publication to the Judge of Pro- DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD. ADJOURNE.o Bank of Florid will U
Court of I. The subscriber would also rn 1 j1rnI ] undersigned apply I t
Circuit Hfll@lB @j1
in the clW Wednesday.t's .
puWi Thr will practice of tnrail I TallaluwMC.
jJ administration on held
continue the Agency fir letter of I STRUT O
that he still bate of Leon county & 55 WHITE t.
the Middle Relricl.U.o Suprnie Cuurt and Putnct : the public, Holt. mid. late of 51, 53 ? o 0. O. KNGUVH, Ca.b
celebrated TALLAHASSEE FLA. Bartholomew
1 the estate of
known I
Court of the United State* at TanawNo! 5.n4Ijuetly NEW TORE.3tarehli66'L 19
WI!. T. T A :
IW Offie in Rutgers new buiWiej. onr the I WTtrclcr $ Wilton' Sewing Machine*. : OFFICE at J. WEBER'S CLOTHIKG STORE. L *a.d eotmty. 11M. 1-S.! iI.QR.'I'I'IJllW'th 'I Qk.. 'i" IIsreb35lS'Y

J-i. ith-Wetlern Rail Rod.hI. : 1Jib""n." Sl'rl :4. 1859. 1 H i 18, 1810. 8 11. ... .
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The Charleston CoiiTcntton. : to Iccl a man oftlioir own, they. arc quite certain JVew Items. ll'uf The ito opposition.&. i the question. And i is equally! true that the coin-

;; Jloribtan & |wirnal; ABaltimrre paper .>f the 2Ist lust nays_" We to nominate Mr. Sewers! -The Pcn'seok Gazette of the 17th ins Las : A reorrJ Thai in our opinion.r ui.io- ,.f lllie, I promise of 1850 and the- divisions goy ;out (.< ,.

.I learn that several members c>f the National Dmo,I ---- -- UiiJparagrap'i: -T E"A.E. MASWru."'This we I South{ c' the were:* of the eiri-te-.itlVC: were' fatal to the Whig party iu :n1tiOll.oi[ ;

__. r ._- .- cl-atie Committee visited this city yesterday en. IlhrI7 of the School Sootli. -Plan of.* the unJiTstand, is the name of a new Engine recently candidate 6*"Ii"lltc the at.tt n.-xt eIe.'ti"n: vicar So long as they occupied tIle po-t '!ll.ta
TALLAIIASBKK : rKction with tl.e uummei.t making at Washington I on the end of the Ala. & FinBar1 thr fore in i citizen*, irre-j>ecu to entice and find
plated '
of of the of the Montgomery we re'pon :iiity. we,. ,
to adjourn the National Democratic Convention to We are in receipt a copy report all our Jvlibrralioi.i.. r"ll. :l ut
--- this city, after an infunnrd meeting at Charleston.The .- I Committee of Trustee appointed to propose A draft read. I is named after lion. A E Maxwell- 1 cf' party, to act v.-5tli "' ".! lint when called upon to pr.- eat a r"mn j

BVTCUDAY, MABCII 31, I860. ) xninined our pubiir : received the of a Constitution and Code of Statutes for the Uni- of tLis city and carries 55 freight.ears, usually loaded : The above rev.lnlion vissiutro'1Iieedint0dh115te (>r enforxc a minus, they iii.d, hopelessly 'a.:'< j -L
.:,,-,, =: :-==--==== mot ositive ac>uranc our .keepers that Hr. It 'te ll'l to thus it will l he.
| fr.1 ever Upon tliei.fjfnrv
I :: oth) nf more than the iijuol l rale of c'l'arges: will be \ersity of the South, to be established at !.ewanee, *ilh Cotton. Tit fine engine: run by Mr. Jas. Dcmoe-ratic neeti.S by r.nk111 of the wholeI .I Alt 'thO
Ii --j We authorized to annonncoII. surprise, for tell the shoulders of l),
arc Churcl- I, take le! meeting upon | cue npon -niocrao\,
flen'anded in of the Convention being held Tenn., under the patronage of the Episcopal T. King, formerly of Penencoinand is very similar a.1 j
BLOCKER at a candidate f-r M .jr of the eaf number .re-ei.l. t v",r trn. or J d-zen TC'CI; npon j through years of toil, carried out the
T. hert. The Committee state in their repr. that they to the Dart, on this end of the ROAd !)|I | & Ith"J. |>iini.j .
Florida Militia, at lU election llle ass.1 SI JMlrli'n cf II.C agstiis.t 1t- it in the Kansas
1 Eighth Leon Regiment A*before slated,the National Democratic Committee were pit ir. communication with forcigO" -TLe Marianna Patriot of the 22J inst. rr'.I..ii"l. j.11)1. T.) placed l.m-H..y rt_
says act a
io.MA!. ___._ __ have no power to alter the place of meeting,but embanks the President of the United States and. "Tile | The imjoriiy AII..arc.l \nwiJn upon I it in the Cincinnati tl.tr'Jmtle !
1' _. .__.___ .._____ by Supreme Court c.f the Stale met in session be with an 1'trtle
*- the Contention ofeource. adjourn immediately iuforma> { "IIi.! not atcI.l. )i jI j Court gave its :neiol, and they carried ,
r We are authorized to announce may through them obtained the most authentic .yeslerday. Present full Beuch. The j; propo.iiol end i >i>
g on asst-mbling, if it chooses. The probability of the most Ionorlles.c. I i.ricticnl result I was urclne.l fo totally the people in (the greatest politics ( ntt,; the
I tion the working .
respecting 11.
E. KILCRl'ASE. On'.s-Jen eocnly practical o DuPont, Chief Justice, David S. Waker and ,, N one (11
,. OlO.11 such action 1.einJ taken, however, each reader can eminent institutions of learning in Europe. Some Wn A. out of place uld.r IrCCr.t circumstance j try ever witnessed. Tae sovereign people ofollr
flce of Major num-
[ a candidate f..r T .ledil lo til ( For"nrd.sscate Justice I! to see the entire country, [ decided in f of .
_ V judge for also Uited the mol di- is m.re willing or ;\xi.us land it von D.1o rlcy. and !
Florida Militia] at : lmselWaaAJ910 Conait.i member of the Committee f 23 This the docket which. the thev
of ,
G n ralof the Isl Division t. 'lli. California and Oregon delegations have made and institutions for the esel" i largest I united with the Democracy in its.Forts to fccnre j jthe stind now national anti orgnnl;,d. They occupy;
American records
colleges of the Court have
lingoised presented at one
in next.fgT"
I e ticn to blu..1 May arrangiracnts take with them Charleston tents of the any Union and the Constitution ngaI"t: the! iatics position of moml grandeur unequalled in our L .
t The result
purpose personal inspection. )point, since the establishment of the Court I
:i We are authorized; i to announceDr. and camp equipage furnished them by the War whale investigation,and t f a comparison of the doc Supreme of Ihe North, than ourselves.. To nce-omplMi: such j t lory. 1.Ir is the lak to rese-ue flit UnUm atjI

O. W. PARKHILL, cf Leon county. a/a candidate Department for the purpose,and will take to a flillaol utnentary and other means of in'um.aion, was the -That excellent old Whig journal the Boston A result, we would lt willing to 1 4 every el.rt in I I the Constitution and every patriot houd! rf,.,

themselves in real border life : Cours-, declares that the merchants,manufacturers our coa-ci n that we would !,.1'lh"1ing for |t them a I God fail
enjoy power j they ,
DiviM hearty OUr m .
: Major General of the We-fctern >u. Ityle.-\ of the eleetie plan of organization. The fpee I <
fo adoption and traders of the North, will to a great extent good. Then, indeediould *el e secure Union 5 is for there is
: IM'aU.Tle our cluntrJ' tenet a a no more,
FWida Milltia.nt: the c-leMion in May next } memWs of the Committee that make these recommendations : \. novtr\
- ...-.----- Cleveland (Ohio) Plaindea'tr says that the and the Bishop Polk rote agnint the Black Republicans at the election in the quiet of our h.me*. fur It."Jli.ni"m out of their organization tllat ciifcive: >tal.ttv!; t h.
sign Report are:
_ 57" We nrc authorized to announceJ. agent Jl'rute to tUit Charleston and engage quarter for President in November, and predicts that thedefeat would be doomed. Never again would i it Iv able our government. A DEVOCUAI.
of Loui-iana Elliott, of Georgia Rutledge, of
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of the this year will be much more to raise its head from the c n,uniii'S defeat attendant ----- -
JOHN WILLIAMS a a candidate for C< lmeloftfce ?for the Ohio delegation has returned and made Florida, and Lay, of Arkansas; Ito,. Dr. Iit o'Tenntisee party ,
complete then in 1S56. union. Hut wLile we are thus (:onspsiiy.A .
Honda Militia at the election his A hall large to accommodatethe upon a Artillery
l report enough
Eighth and Mewrs. }'a of I
: eimeut Delegations from the whole'Wet, an assemblyroom "blnk. ; -A conlronver:y is Ling raised in England now. ,, s,1idtuus to unite nerelemtlt for the salvation of meeting was livid a the capitol on !I.--t VVlj!.
ia May. of Georgia, and Fogg, of Teunes ee.
: nesd.iy for the of ;
I has been engaged fur $ per day for ten in the columns of ome of Ihe Methodist papers, on our right, we are not willing to extend an invitation evening purpose orgsn.in.' ,' 4n
:0 shall consist of
is that the
1 proposed VnivcrMty in this; The
y. We authorized to I the of : which would be trealed withcontimpt n.d ritncul.. Artillery Company city. uieiiiv; e-a
announce propriety the
5 arc I djsya-.2OOO< ; board and lodging for the forty fix thirty scbooK The following list of these lining hymns at public won .
separate called Mr. A. CORLEY
} D. B. BIRD, of Jffiersen county, as a candi I Ohio Delegates a$5 per day-$:30Ni. be : ship. Old Methodism cling t the system of giving But here is there I necessity for Such a reflation ? by IGl taking Ui.Cu.ri!
departments interesting and Mr. A. Him wa requested to ,
tljJ 'i act
1 of the Militia out the lines Mc Doe nut one know that the rar.ksi.ftie: Democracy E a Secretary.
Brigadier General "rLal'etitin TUECvExTlo-The SnnnAl Republican says: 1 School of Greek Language and J.iternturl. hymns by : Young ho1sr pre every They proceeded t the tleclinnf
the Middle Judicial Circuit .We learn that it i is in contemplation to charter a School
I .. steamer t carry persons!, from this place t Chnrlct- 3. School of Mathematics. there does not seem much probability of the two any quarler. provided thosMf additions! annulate; wllc1: resulted as follows:

I NtW.h.trtlenINl.. lon, during the convention next month that will 4. School. of Physics. being likely soon t come t any thing like; I defr with the organization and) forming a part nnd parcel I R. B. Hilton Ea., was eketitti. Captrin Jas. s

.: .A Large Auction Sole of Italian Marble Goods; furnish food lodging during the lime and thus 5.. School S hool of of Mela physics.C. and nite settlement of the question. thereof are willing to abide by it* I\'li.r ? They Ru=t First IJmten nt, Walter 1;nnSeronJ L.: u'
I an.
History Arlh olC Y. I
and -mian Glass Ware, is dvertied by CoLBerry. ) have heretofore demonstration j tenant James D. Weslcott let Sergeant. J.e. *J j
a>oid hotels. 7. S-hool of Natural Sciences, with. Cabinets and Miss Tennessee Gibson, beautiful yoling "lady rlcciYfl r"crnits1ill every .r,1

1.e Go
I": on Wednesday and the sale) take place on Thurs Herald says- 8. School of Geology Mineralogy and Paleontol not to their nnlecedenl, but Ser.ant, Spills Ut Corporal Leman 2d lorr"rl t.
ras. She fell with the in her a.igne.l.oke,1
asleep "mop" mouth
i Snider 3d Flits 4th
L{ day. We have said that Iherc would be twenty-ihou- ogy.a. School of Civil Engineering Construction, and "'I found a corpse some hour after. A left the issue to btf detcnnined upon the sole gr-.und i Corporal, Clrr'orl
in sand in attendance said Contention.A p.l is I A committee of five to draft a Constitclion --..I)
t Me ao 4htr new .Jerjemtrt tlitappro- strangers a Architecture and Irawin,. tnorte/n revealed'lhe fuel that she had swallowed of merit. The road which JeIJ. to tl.e party
cool headed Dtmocra sayslhat there will be at School of and By-Law, was appointed, couisling of (lie foiling ,
1"i.te liun. 10. Thl'retie1 Experimental I which plain and !straightforward, rig: no e'pportunityfor .
juice, into nicotine :
was dead'ly
-_-. -_- 'I I.at thirty lllu51d strangers on the ground Chniitry. I I desire it find it-1- ; gentlemen : Mcs"ri. I B. Hilton, O s. t'.>!!>", ,
Those can :
that the Southern States alone will furnish h this her check who
number poison; lips, and breast were smeared a.mi.tak. .
We are indebted to Senator M&llury] for a I 1 1. Shoolof Chemistry, applied to Agriculture l be induced Walter G wynn. Jas. D. Westcott and E. .
t -lhat the jx-ople of the South look upon this and ,\rll with the foul stuff in her dying struggles, alone in Those who have not such I desire will not \l.r

I copy the Congret.i
delivered l.y Lira !the 19th inkt on the l.J declaratory bttQrCILt Union-that it invoUesthe fate not with) Farm attached.IS. a deadly those then liberally inclined, there existed no necessity Prciident and S cretary-the meeting then i: '

of the ads for caning into effect the only e ,' and all other existing parties : School of Science and the Evidence [ having 1\110We some of Ihe juice, but she HUISII: A. CURLE (' ,". "
but the rtNfhe country it elf. "Sn/* said of the rhri'tian religion.Mora had used it so long nothing wa thought of her for this! movement. To tho' who would not I jl'U'DtJ /air
t.twecn the United I Enwis A. HET
ninth artide of the Sterrtary.
the Southern gentleman in qut tion. .to,, sir you accept it any conuitions fur fear of rot ftceivimj -
14. School of English Language and Literature. complaint until, alas! it was too late. Ladies take upon I
States and Sfsin riley count upon thirty thou aiid men from the South 15. School of French Language and Literature. warning! promotion, we arc riot willing to cst; <'i.i it.- _____ __ __
We are $ r obligations to J. A. at the O.arlctton Convention, and especially if any School Germ/in and Literature-
InJ L 16. Language
10n And that there is such 1 class no one w 111 doubt BY TELEGPAPH.
gan of for the fptx-Ji Senator Douglas idItply desperate effort should be ml.1e to push through 17. rehool of Language and Literature., I was reported that John W. Forney considers .
linoi. the nomination oflk'uglasoi-thielouglas platform Iuih unless they deny that the Sentinel is the political u-
18. School) of Language and Literature. his account with the Republican
to Mr. Seward.AdTrrtUliicSIiciUr.. The cont -iition tuny l.e detained at Charleston for It-. School .f Ialan Philosophy: of Lsngui-re. that in the 5uan'l party; thermometer of any s(t (,f men. Its record certainly LATER FROM EL': 0 :.
-u tlt votes of and I 11
three .
'e,18 If, at tIlt end of the first we -k, there 20. School of Rhetoric: Criticism, Elocution and luti.Jeorlton lickmln places it in the hitler [stdititin. ins(;giiS! l.eav-
i O. nt IIalol. should any signs of nil sxloinn) the streets of llaskin for :pOa1r re was a full equivalentfor I

, TE lul1entun.borrow ing the name,bat I ng the f'-ria Charleston will be hardly large enough to hold tIle Cenq.odtion.21. School (.American- IIi!torv and Antiquities.j I the CI.rk'a office ; and BO it is said the Clerk w ill ily llUI the keeping up of a D 'm
::' and som cf the characteristics) ) of a Newfpaper, people that will rush in." 22 School of Ethnology sod Universal Geography. hold himself subject to the issue of he Charleston upon the ground that there lengn i-ues. in

?JS 1"rioteJ' for gratuitous circulation, and dependingon -a--- Convention,and that should Sir Douglas be noniina" the South to divide it.1 party lir.ci should" I.alan CiANA 1)\ .
Our rghhor;: of tLe Srnlintl are seeking to 23.: of Astronomy (with ) and doned. We would give the fcntlne! te! cri-JIt Of
on Iheir) *d,trti..ml'n1 for cannot b* cent I Sllo1 ) tinted the said Clerk will go back into the Demo"cralic
fUrrr parry the thrusts "1.c1hdr political course ex- Geofrlh). candor at least if its record was not inconsistentBut : March Tlie
4, l.y mail grntuilously t-> person actual and l/o- 24. Science, Political Economy camp.. Otherwise lIe will adhere to the Re & 23.- IhiIMdh; ileani'1.. p

subscribers oa.ii th- feoing .f (newspapers II poses them to, by attempting to show that iheDemocracy Statistics: Law of Nations,:piri of L.IVS. Genera publicans, and fight out his fight with the South if thee is no necessity for en cr/inization wilY (:'a7idt. Cj pt. S-TOSB, of the Ci-s\i'j Line. f.> l h ,

ftJr from the (fee uf pubiicatiou to Actual and I are no better tan the opposition.- Principle of Government In.l l'uotitutioD.r and the Adminbtrati n. call upon the opposition to rally to vrifizl InJ loa, with the Liverpool mail uf Saturday !I. :a

*. ton a tleriltrt.. They are controlled by roli"Y"-lo are the Democracy the United State nominateState ofe'r? I thee i is no ucce ity fur I instant, has arrived. .
jJ therefore the is the 25. School of Commerce and trade, including the. The Democratic convention of the Slate ofCalifornia
one just good
lben where is hors
Q ----- 8 a a Democratic organization, one Ln enroot M*RXET .-COTTOV.-The sae f,- "
Ili-tory and Laws of Dunking. Exchange, InsurJnce,1Hrokere met on the 29th of and
other The Seniiel has February,
More Testimony. plainly enough ? Iut"hat the
and Book.keeping. I. .Jop for an opposition p rty arc grounds week incudinTlur.1ay. 8th iq tur.t went7..> uj
of the CIAEK that for tIle ted a series of resolution, in which they .
Further evidence of the excellence a conideraton. opposition enJore. Inch this i is lo ? Has bales
'i 2fi. School of Theology. opposition party t.II. j at I slight deeline for all grades. a"1."'".:., -
Ptow" is tot t.tly I Wing re.inJ The follow) ing ground their arms and make common cause with 27. School of Law. the Cincinnati Democratic platform, and the fired upn": set forth any piiHeijilt U1 'hilth to to folly on Middling and lower grades, .

certificate comes from gentlemen 'el known in the Democratic party; but a this exposes them to 28. School of Medicine. Sfolt de.iiou. They also express their approbationof I rally t Has it brought f.rwr any platform! eontaining I tl the Rule above reiorted.Ststeuhs.rI V >;

Leon county, who.e judgment in matters appertaining invidious criticism they retort by saying that the 29.. Sclniol! olMinessind. Mining. the National and State administration ; favor. the i an principle of iicj ortance upon ,!.ieh an I[ bale, and Exporter CIH)<>. '
>" = oi hilt 1\1
to farming will (ie>t be questioned: I icijt-rily are pursuing a similar politic course, and degree 1001 of A. B.JnsThe may be conferred upon Iud, overland mail route, the Lui.lng of the Pacific rail. I opposition)party can stand ? If so, we have been I I The stock at Liverpool i i. 83(. bats, lock

THE SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST PLOW OF Mr. Fryor is quoted to provo it, Now, in this the I students as shall hare graduated in the 1-t, 2d, favor way, and the a telegraph line to the Pacific ; and also I very negligent reader, (unintentionally we admit,) ding 6S6SO( t Ld uf American t,1 oiton
nomination of the lion D. S. Dickinson
I TIE AGE &,tilt i:attempting play the same gntas the 3J, 4lh Uth and I4th of the above schools; and of New York for the (.f its columns. It seem to think.tliat all parties The Bullion in the Bank vf England thoxi.:1.1 increase
Presidency. The convention
1 We, the nujcrsignej. Lave witncuod wilh robber who when detected in the act of
4 more pulling the degree e>f A. M. upon such graduate in those are formed t secure office and pluudtr. Thai such of l9fX)0.)
than interest the exhibition of the Ills band out of the man' took to ids a did not instruct the delegates to vote for him.- .
ordinary PLOW pocket sordid idea the cohesive of LATEST
a only or FROM Ln.Dmr.-ny fr.
bfJ just specified, together with the 5th, 10th 15th, i power TiE telegraph .
None of the )
I recently to E. B. Clark, cf TallahasfeFnriJix. / and cried out stop thief!" But it won't delegates are known to be hostile to IU arownlsQ"1 London .
patented lustily 20th, and cither the 16th. 17ll or 18hi, maybe ganizalion seem ftrauge. a ta"dn on the 10th, s the hour ofaailing. it nn,
:f .. Cot Joscrh II. Alston Las purchased the do, neighbor, you cn't get off that way; we ihal] chosen by the student. I Douglas, but seven out of eight arc known to befriends we must admire.If ported that the funds bad revived under Lei, :

L Patent for thi r/fl for tLc States of Georgia and hold you lo what you at frt declared. to be your -.-- of Mr. Latham. such be the position of the Sentinels party, that France had modified her demands prffrin.

.Alaban.a. Having used it, we unhesitatingly pronounce mltt for the organization of an opposition party Delegate from DuvaJ.Thftfollowing AH the States, save probably California and then we Lave nothing say, save that! we are much I joint aid to Turkey. .as evidence of the tntintt nr

I. it the best Plow we Leve ever Pen. in Florida-lhat is, the distribution of the public named gentlemen are the delegates Oregon, will!. it i U said, be represented in the Constitutional mistaken a to the elements that constitute the ( I dial. *

Itii !simple anJ cheap i in its conMrucllon, and offices among your friends. (ruin Duval County t the Democratic State Convention Uuion Convention. The supposition position. But as to the Democracy, they stand upon P PARIS MOSET MAILET.-The Bank of Prance.L-iw,

can Le made by the commonest BI'k.ril After quoting from Mr. Pryor, the Sentinel makes which meets in this city on the 9th proximo i i-, that Senator Crittcndcn will, a that time convene different ground. Thcir's is an organization for I I gain of o, O.O francs, in s-pet-ic.| for Uu, amonthly .

; JAMCS s RUST, an extract from the Richmond n.J$ commentingupon viz: the national executive committee. in which. the promotion of principle, and the final glory of a rturn. The Bourse i it Jrl'rt. .>: .

-- Lit the of that gentleman, but in il. P. B. Canova, Geo. Mooney, II. I Sa.iler, J.JS. event a large delegation will I.e at Haiti-
R remark present country. Looking the future full in the face, Rente 65.
/, J\o.; XlmTD. eouiuwute, .. ..j _--_ .__ Murd<>ch, B. Pearson. C. fcroward, Steele, quoted
; o .. v.. I -. II I more on the 9ih of May. they stand to join wi.h and out the ideas GENERAL IaTxLLtGtecz.-Tlie Savor
fact out of view which js this, that however much G.'jourdon' M.'Hayne j.-W. J'M'! ready carry annrxMi
E. The
1ip', hull of
Mate Con,'eutloi>-Tlie Settled. Brady. the wreccea steamer iiungnii.u "'iei""- *.ilichtened national policy question continue pruiiiinrut and .
Question Democrats differ in in u'g. tilllll.
may opinion regard to Tern J. Itowden, Hartly, W. Il Spei bt. James 1.Iee txc
There doubt vJtert Cart has been sold for $',400. and the cargo on lard them at the head of affairs and the people auctioned ( I.". con setited to a vote oft' 'i. ilihablUr.v <>.
now no longer as t the T. CoL J. Broward
i any < torial iicy! they all agree upon the one point and Hardee. and D. Hous
( for$12,780. One third of the I
cargo sold for the of the the subject.Jjord .
State Convention I to assemble ou the Cth April. that is, the Constitution must be carried ton. d.e.ion mfjeriJ.Thl

Two of the Eastern. advocates for MaJhn-ilie out in good f.ith. our fathers made strictly il-and about $8,000. The salvage awarded by the magistrate cry of Mpronfription" i. old, and long since JoiiRtssn.L has staled;' hat Aus'ria: a.t i iPrusain itI

n Marl In Cadnden. was forty per cent on the sales worn out. I has been heard, reheard and heard concurred with Great B.-itain on this .
and the
East JluriJian CtJ Key 2Ze7rtipyh1dther that upon all questions here there difference gO8 qti.s.tion.
i f The Quiney Rtj/iMic make mention of tlie discovery Elizabeth Crockett widow of again-still the people sanction the No has been
preference for the sake of harmony in favor of opinion as to the r'al powers conferred a Ira Davy Crock principles of I reply rcceiv si l from Kuwi.i

(rTI1131ulee The lat Her ilia.*of the 22d int Territory by that instrument, or this rights; of cpon property of different of a bed of Marl (that and is a pee of earth, ett, member Congress from Tennessee, and the the party. I has been the rallying cry of broken I In the British House of Commo is, the addreo In

A : in the composition, fertilizing hero of the Alamo died on the 2d instant,of appo- down politicians for over a quarter of a century,and lie Queen, approving the Frencu treaty, lias bees
t lass a Territory Supreme Court is the
I 1J order lo promote Lanaony) and to allay any grand arbiter. Some Democrats belie* the Supreme properties,) in that County. The Ktpullie saysA plexy in the 74th year of her age. Mrs. Crockett is now brought forward from the rubbish of the past adopted, and the opposition aiiHiijiuent reject'Jly )
bed of Marl has Wen
C -Tiisaffection whieh may to the mentis of impairing xast recently discoveredin had lived for several j'cars in Johnson county with all the vigor and importance of a new discov n large majority.
Court has already decided these TeA
questions this county, some 8 or 10 miles from)
1 the strength of the Democratic party, we resign our the old Thomas owneII"l on !, and was a most estimable and amiable woman' ery. But it illy becomes those who looked with favor This latest reports are, that Say Jini.i has ni-jectesh
'::1 jireiVrcnce in fator of Mitui on as the fur the in the Dred Scott decision-others any list it has place now MeL rs.:Shine

::1. meeting of the State Convention to a |I"int on the not Now here i a difference of opinion-but MeElvy, White and Kenan. The discovery was a In North Carolina, it i is said, one of the main upon the know nothing party to speak of pro.crijieion. .-
!L. uf April. and rfpeetfully rrcomuicnd that the there is no \ in principle-for none matter accident altogether, Mr. 1"nal being I"dII i issues in the next election will be, whether the Upon that point its record is dark beyond thai the French forces were under order In inarcli
Jif"reno deny '
the lane of
} strange water investigate iucauee. anything in our political annals. But
I delegate who hate b eu appointed frotii this county clause of the State constitution against at notice, for evacuating Lombi rdy and returning
the power of the Supreme Court to make such The marl has been and providing that slaves
hold themselves in readiness to to Tllaha te5te. whom is thii appeal made? The Democratic parly. to France.
l'rot.e d by competent| gentlemen to excellent qualitv. hall be taxed as persons shall be retained,or changed .
) the mentioned. We
0 <*ee on lay c.ion But who constitutes the
T The
intunce This} will exercise party great mass of The batteries for
r.l.t no little influence upon the that they henceforth be taxed floating which 'ir're made eiperiraents
.5 in this not l> causc we consider Tal.LaSe Our neighbor quotes the Charleston Mercury, 8 may as prop
agricultural resources of this hi is the the Sentinel hurls its anathema mars
an astonihing JEILL S with the
coanty. AuMsTroso
tnient and acccssitle were comj'Jrtf
most com point nor Democratic but erty. gm
cannot tell .
leeu! authority, we why.Tlie
4 thing that that in such a place as tins, nal ha the of
we fire ron\inr that of the against sovereign people our State, riddled.
I majority party pre Mercury at this time Saulh Carolina from the and On the 24th ly
i advising emote coat bodies of water of February Queen Victoria held
fcr that point but I.c.u** if two cun\euti"u.are any and with due consistence, calls upon them "
field and wUeif detonates are Jillicvlties not to send Delegates to the Charleston Convention respectable sire, there should be found imhe'dc a levee, at which Captain McClintock, the commander l IUP The new duties on rice took effect on tee '
tl its tirade them In other .
port against
alrintfl. in the earth which 'ordl. March.
wUl arise a*to their () -it does not, we believe, claim t bo A petrified leA'lhel" of the steamer Fox in the last Arctic expedition, en ,
mistaken. The oyster the people of our Slate, the of the land.are ,
yeomanry The Western
ton Contention and the influciieeoftheSat..there. Democratic .hel perf.ct Powers of Europe hare agreed w
it received the honor of
l ptr-anJ more frequently .
I I.e weakened. opposes II i i. a known C.c county has g>o kighthoTle called to themselves. But what
I by o wdy It is aVoluteljnecei<; ry upon stultify assist the Porte in maintaining light over Srrt
, that the entire iutli tlioiiM! prt-wnt en undivided than act with the Democratic party. Our neighbors logic! peculiarities which do not exist in any of value of the eggs yearly exported from justice is there in the charge that the Democracy I
t might, with as much claim beDcmocralic till neighboring counties, or in any county in the and the Danubian Principalities jf necessary.
p front "p'Jltlllt ii.iN.ruiit} cW.'A i ic'n. and fthould act pr"I.rdJ. t Slat*. The water is puie us crystal l, unadulterated France to England i 465,000,000f. are t prescriptive" because they send men of a like I
as an unit orjiurt any cai.didnte wlio i is not th I intimate
,r, ] as t-lrictly.cnntrrative. rcgarcd mlrt l'cUI they \ha with 1me. and of a sweet wholesome flavor. The A bill has been introduced into the Tennessee faith to the II ali of Congress and the State Legela I IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.
after all the
nominee of the
they may support .. plant grows There are other outside lure ? For instance the of
luxuriantly. Legislature to lax drummers and merchants great majority XEW
settles the que"tion. 77ie Conerntion still Charleston OKLEASS, March 22.-Th Emily A'titk fcn
Ti Convention. We if the that might which
phenomena named
pleased to
; *r
iitate Convention that has met in Tallahaxee since but not lie if do thins.. it would) seem that the :ny tery has been pIe, so as to put them on an equality with Tennessee rmentfl interest ; they are equally opposed ombarded the city on -he 13th. Little

the adiuiscion Florida into the Union in iS4aiid eurpr &bal confidence disappointed in the they not cleared up by the discovery of marl beds Marl is merchants, who pay taxes to the State for vend. to a general system of internal improvements damage was done. A detachment cf Miramon'J
place no rumor used as a manure more or lees carbonate merchandise. the Federal Government for
containing like
In fact lIt only) one s'.nce: May, 1840, when Mr. Yu- in the letter quoted by the &"ti" ,that the Administration oflime, a great fertilizer of the soil. The theory leg by reasons. They i troops from Alvarado attacked ml was completely

: lee, (hen quite young and comparatively unknown, has advi-ed and will, the of the inundation of this country The old project of forming a new State out of also stand in opposition to loan bills, distributionbills routed by the Liberal.
"as n.minate a the Democratic candidate for Territorial cession of the Southern>Delegation from the Charles-. f"ct., similar to the one related above\ ) Northern. Mississippi western Tennessee, and the and other of a like character. They look urn On the 14th a flag of Irnc* is sent to 3Jan57,

c to The and oilier States, is more practically substantiated extreme western of has been such measures not only a unconstitutional which resulted in : A
Delegate Congress. Convention of ton Convention should be point Kentucky, revived a suspension- hoslilitie I:
Douglas nominated.
to the of this As be
1840 too, by the way, was the first Democratic The &nti"e knows how little reliance can be the rarmcr they county.receded from.may their supposed former, and the Tennessee Legislature has given it tally opposed to the interest welfare and prosperity Military Congress of the Chiefs of Ihe two armi".

Cunr nlion ever held in Fvr.la placed upon the statements of the Washington ten locality and found a level in its limits of the present its sanction. The proposed Slate would be bounded of the South. Occupying such a position theyare with the Representative of Foreign Government.

sation letter writer But even if the rumor be li le Itrt enriching deposit here and there, by the Tennessee river on the east, through the called upon to send a representative to our National met on the same evening The rotult is unknown
Hallroad Connection .t\ieeii Savannah giving new life and vigor to the soil Thus it Legislature. it not then their duty
and Florida. true, we do hut believe the exigency "'i occur. bar been, and this county then may have received may State of Kentucky and Tennessee, and by the Mississippi looking to the welfare I of a common country A pep1e to It is reported lhat.Miramon has tbfindoned tb.seigf,

will be iU \ on the west, and would contain a population deserted the and aboard thee
-'i: A correspondent of the Savannah Douglas not nominated by the Contention.As c\oel wealth. army taken refuge
Rtp"hlca7..iguing men who will out those
That there sic other beds of marl in the of about seven hundred thousand. support carry principles French with the interior
himself and riling from Tallahassee, for Florida, her Legislature has declared that county fleet. His communicattoas
cannot be well questioned. The veins of this rich which they deem to our prosperity and
(peculates upon the rrobable connection betweenthe in her course she would be guided by the action of : neeeMr are entirely cut off. The City of Mexico has pro.
I alluvial li undoubtedly ramify throughout all Democratic greatness T Would they not be abusing the privilege -
Middle Florida and Main Trunk" Railroad" her sifter Slate of the South. In making this declaration parta of coant}.. It would not be mi e'l loss of ITIeetlnjj TVakalla County. of self government they supported those who nounced against him, the army deserting him.

He writes we believe the Legislature did wisely, I time, and it may be of valuable benefit to the farmer At a meeting of the Democratic party o Wakulla i AtTampieoon the Hth, Gir. GARZA rctornci
: ,
thought themselves t It is
It is probable that there will t be several connections and we hope the people will act in accordance wit'i *, to enquire farther into this subject Indeed County to appoint Delegates to attend the State differently a psi. and resumed the Governorship of the city, 'hilri'

4 between the Pensacola and Geortni and theMain it it would be no labor lost, to procure the services ofa Convention, to be held in Tallahassee on the 9th tion too plain t be elaborated. For a is quiet. The United States marines are still tbe
Trunk road, a* for from Valdo'ta to Geoloilt In other States there are State Geologists J"yof next, on motion WALKER I reason we are justified in sending men of like faithto
instner. The that in Ru-
and at one time we believe there was one inflol'i.1n. Cpt 1 J State those Pieayvng'i correspondent at ates
Madison from
our be
to from Legislature. men cannot
TIle Presidential laaue. who have done much WM called the Chair, and WM. U. ANOER- I
for agriculture in t tan the excitement about the cession of (tee Ray
Bainbridge to 11M from ValdosU Madison
Quiney. The Now York There thinks the Charleston The found in the ranks of the opposition, we are compelled
platform their respective Sttes result of the investigation sos requested to act as Secretary. island
mile will continues. The short.
(some 22 ) probably be first made, I Fruit crtji ii
,. b" greatest importance to the to take them from our own. i* their mis.
and candidate be either may
mutt I
and is manifestly r fort iirportancc to your city, outauduhquatttrlyerein On motion of Alfred Harvey a committee
farmers of Gadsden. There be
mines of wealth
I a.e1 A the public ittere.ts at large. The oiliert slavery protection. In either evlt.it may of five was appointed by the Chairman fortune not our wrong. The 7f ex lean .
Middle here know not of. which should not be the case, t report But think the Qanrrel.WA
Western is the last
important we really
Georgia' ee into railway a bringing : ,anl), the Gulf, speculates thus:on the probable relull an enquiry is stronglyjustified by the recent development the names of suitable persons at Delegates t the raise the proscription St"ti"e against the organto OT5CTox, March 22d.-It in stated at fre**!,

provided of course, the S. W. Road i is extended If the Charleston Convention shall adopt this I of our agrcuturl resources. State Convention, which committee consisted of A cry Demo in private sources, but with eontlencfc and autlwr
course,-discard Mr. Douglas aud his m -_ racy. Certainly any one Las A joyed and fed
ixiulhward from Albany. When the link between Irilc/.le./ Harvey Wm. Revel, Smith, P. L. Barring i upon tiy,that a complaint will bo Imnf-idiately pro'!
YaldoKla and Madison C. IL is and the. and nominate a Southern man, upon a lern Maryland Democratic Convention. E D Democratic generosity, the Sentinel has had its*
ti"hf. platform,-the task of the Republicans be ton and James Carter, Esqs. Said committee, after to the Court Madrid, with a demand t>r- TCP**
I projected road from Tallaha.- "of the 'i great March 23.-The Democratic Convention share. Our State Legislature, its
i Deer Channel is completed, it will be determinedmhich ly simplified. They will unquestionably nominateMr. AT'OU. retiring a few moments, reported the following Democratic notwithstanding ion, on account of the fitting on.from flayasehY
of this State )Lac in has shared
adopted resolutions proclivities, always the
of the rival routes will] take most of the N. Steward, upon tlie simple ground of hostility to IUb- named gentlemen as Delegates-A, D Noyes, Ja\ .rf. Spanish inbjecls, of th. expediUoi in aid of H**'
the extension: Slavery, and the exercise by stance, that Maryland, a frontier tlaveholding its of printing with the Stntinel. far
York and New Oilcans traveL I hall be di< p'dnto t a W. Smith John Denbam, Bradham P. P. S a MOX, to Mexico. .
if the favorite line be not that I. Charleston Glge"of any power for its proteclion.. The rela State, U vitally interested in the faithful observance R A has not been prescriptive. To this patronage of an
} of the two parties will have completely Barbour, E. R Smith, N. W. Boiler, II. U. Walker, Tut complaint will U based, oa an olJ Spsi"A
Sun.ah and Talllle tre of all the guarantees and stipulations of the Federal (opposition paper we have never found the slightest
chnge since 1856. Then the Republicans held Wm. U. Anderson, Wen. Fisher, and Jas. Caverly ; law forbidding any ciliien or *poe -_ -- Compcct, and the laws Constitutional fault But if the are induced such
and the! by authority Democracy by
positive ground-asserting demanding "
motion lor1'
pst which report on unanimously adopted.On trafie in material of wax or military
XVho !. T.ni Ford exercise of Congressional power over the Territories, ; denouncing a 'ickd and treasonable airy "A tirades t 1 a little more exclusive of their ( any b

To this qn tin the CleavelandOhio) PMn. strongly in litor of tl. ll
abstinence from the of the that the refe ed to wa* fi ud cat
only exercise power. appointed business for the consideration expedition
replies-He is at present to the House of I of State t course.
printer or Territory pledging rpr s'
any ;
the Democrat demand action and t. and connivance and erenby direct
Chairman permission ,
the E.
I Representatives. He ..disbursing agent for a row resist it Even upon the other issue .erub Re I Maryland t co-operation with sister Stales i in maintaining of Te appointed Pigot, But the privilege of faultfinding belong to the Cobi.TktCi .
slstane of the author!Ue in
I corruption fund of some forty thousand dollars spent publican carried nearly every Northern State:- : their rights, at every hazard and to the last Calvin Revil and George Bradley said committee, minority and let the have a full benefit Their Spanish

Jo.carry Pennsylvania for Fremont He failed in they will have a much stronger now. Webelieve extremity ; endorsing the Cincinnati platform, the who after retiring for a short time, returned and labor ia easy and cheap, for they are responsible for FROM WAIG1'O (.

aid agency vas called t an account by Ihe Republican not we one run single no free hazard Stale,whatever with the in useringthat ex Dred Scott decision, and non.lntrnotot; Allowing"' thronga their Chairman made the following report. nothing. Tl can easily stand off and criticisethe >ncetionJa>brogli--l

and charged with a delinquency Jibll the fullest freedom of individual opinion al RtuJnd, we deem it unnecessary express ac\iob of others, -when called (
papr. \& ception California, will ever vote Cgres qn Ta t bat upon to bet WASHWOTOSI, March M.-'.The tionID"**
of the
cf tme twenty thousand dollar He was high sional protection to Slavery in the TerritrieL pints not settled by the National Convention or by a preference men before any the many for good the next conservative Presi- ten the cause, or affirm something positive, it ia ie Cvmmittt will Issue a call to-porrow for a"> *

F cock lo.rnra of the Ohio Know Nothings, and man- if the VtmCcratl of the South succeed at Charleston Court, to whose decision it people then that failure their with false CL.S'
that will nominee of the
we oa.dn to
lllmpr ; any ltrp beg on the 6th of April, in refere.
? iu the COntest to this issue will hare
; aged' to get the support of the K.x.', and tit decided bringing the result in adtance,-no matter they \bomay tively the duty of every ei eJ\eld. snppr stands upon the principles hoo The wodd. Iain must Iti go O and be ton Convention, bat it i* Improbable"that th T1

J. for Lieutenant Governor and ".elected. He be the candidate on either side. the Administration, and plegng support to the which will hun to the people of the South controlled by those who have the wisdom to plan meeting will b* changed. Th* outside P1** '
all the of their institution
pledged him'clf to .sweat a barrel" during thatcampaign I The conservative tone of Mr. speech ha* Charleston nominee. protetion peculiar which sod the execute. We would like of tb '
:ewardi see
guaranteed them by the Constitution.On ne" t any agalast Charleston c mtioBe ai emn*
and ] \ \ : and incited his friends to fresh I t
we l,1tn.fjillcd.contract .fort The speeches generally were moderate, and remedy for the elI of the time proposed by the Wf
t Li* loots 10 Wt. Since hen It baa been wander- and it ,i unquestionably pressed with resolute breathed of motion, said report 'received and unanimously opposition the aIightestpossThitjores.0g) .gte& now here talkofealflagothe5t5tetion 5subject.
vigor enetu. If Mr. Dugl&should be ni>m- hnony. adopted.On \ to confer trill* the National Commit
( iug about in quest t of plunder of some mated, 1.klrcnglli in llnoia Pennsylvania and Die delegates at large for the National Convention them into effect There are some thing written .
; 1 kind, and liD Dually found it, in Wlwiugon. Hewa other closely eoutetted Xorthtn States, will le arc:-Joiix CASTES, \V1LUl I HAMILTON, motion, it is requested that the proceedingsof plainly ia our past history that all may read and Iti.cun'entlyrepcnteilberethst a iwj1

I atnudidate fur a try unl dc ,) thtr. urged a* a reaJ for electing: tome other candidate I LEWIS ".OUO D. and Jon R ESORT, unanimously this meeting L published in the Floridian and und.rtad 1 1S4S the Whig party wtit iato- the Uotji* Portal Committee I is In favor of a r

e .an J with doubtful! pn.wjveVhea: lie 'ii'; >n (lien y.r.: Sew'ard ; and) if this effort should succeed, elected and the nominations for electors : JournaL with a lion of Use mail service to tSitf o.n r* oft "
rlt Mr. pi-olaL\! stands lh. t chauer. as oil ; a large power tmndon rul.r fajoly. and
lut: ty die <*rs 1: I.t tII.uuf a..frii t.r. 101 : Ctc. motion the ship Isabel. ,
tuibiup. At ito! n'ukof t'.a.eT:. (.T.u. n.-, rijaU \\il. : and otherlen .-nts cf the Cppo- E Lou* LOWE and JAMES L MASLTIX. On meeting acjourneJ the mere eject t settle the gr ct controversy of the ,

-, #1',0 IWd. And the L.tlcr T".u ; tUwUd: lyue. cilibu Mrtui "i'I'! t,unite tijx,n l.im a their u.nOidate. The delegate are unfettered, but it is generally J I WALKER, Chairman. day upon the principle contended for by t1e'f.! INANITT OF A NEW.TQIU.

1.e \ ,1 j ifb" R<-|>ulflk-4ns feel strong tturgh: coiiidered they are opposed to }jtcus Wit U. ASHEHSO, Secretary. l mocrary, cost U it* political extarecfC Thf party,t ....rn'tote. Manh V.-Mr..l.' T. tte-tr

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t tc' --- I Court of L*' ncwrtitj Ui under."gn da'exofne.oa'mim : cribcr offers for alc a Woman ?6 years win V for-id with the pabserfber wtil .
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\1.\\1.: I'ITO' .- v: \ *;KS. -::'Vur IK the cs'ste : *' 11aL: ,. R Ryan. d. 'HE Cook Ltunlreu.Illtt IFCCEfcSPRING ..T i eit "..IJ. T-h-n thy will be tamed enr'iI -
i _Sl, of see ; n gad a saperior Cdlttt.Talted"ii.
',II' 'I 1 :-r d.., .?!! IttI' ..ffi. t'.I.r.. .. jvy'rteioea to
i t n' "
rr* :
1 tl.' Sn.it.'. ir. Slin e. us- 'lent .n.-tre- < 'i'.y *
,:,. .i.-; -.7 .ti: i i'i! .:' ,.11 t t.t.1.1 ,, M:. n tX .r.dr"* i-rn yourselves senv.rdingivS I
.\1::; : v .II. .I,'.,1.I : '\.1. !:I. ? .. ill )jlAS K. 1HlJ. M. v r ir.
'.i a fill :lIllwri.iI1; la JII'.' lonnage ,' :. Ul.-etl.: : -ur: I 1'.. e rl..Ii"i ( i1,,. 1. : & SUMMER: -. SPENCER. ExVr.r. : :
< ttflu
in' a
'lano1l2lIri J. c.. .>.. ; r- J. 1ai. M rii81! ;lel; *. It-it .
", !,iI., P t. li-.1i..lr4. fr t. i. i *iili txmlml HJNiciLSt. itf.f 'I ,: s.t' .r'r.. IA" I": i-s ii.g ..;- :,:_i 3 I"n L. I ,.-.,. :, -irh ?i. IBU\ is: -_
N.; lutmrf.i' I iis5v; '' lI' AT Tin;
!, :'ie lirrf : ; F GREGORY & CO i iCi0ii
Ci Kc Urkab J.
} fur I. I I... lls .1.-: -.i I CO&C. o' wit : CHAGEOFSCHEDULE.Taliahasee .
tW lil jtvtMiiijL. f..r tt* i i.r"1..t I ;.:.:/.:. ii;v. c.-v M1.i I
: ":.l. S | f,!.. N j: i. Awl > I.. iI t I l- 12V J. StUbJ..u UAK>ACV, J At. } _0---

: I... ..r--.. I":" .:k'at; .J mi1 tt.c..cd !.bak fT. r.r.ni.Vraa I!!c y**:.k..J.,.: .t.&eca.II. 1.lifcks.,,I Xew ItunVIMK. Tort aWl I Jf AV l.( &t.1 |. *rl ri.th"S!N Ii i-f J tlir..4FSiO S thS U" J. lit. ( Wh"ItI .11.1 Retail Dealers innAVE ) & ;X hil,jUfu; lJOMS & Fen. & Gee.S .
Mi X. K. 2 i
T'-i" Arv 14!rt'rll'iati..a .as he. I. T. :. ;
1.4. IM. i-raJ. IP si. I-

( : !'. .... t. 1 .. I- : -._. _. I a.-ye-. lu.Ot1 iC 14t.i4'!Ic-a....a,.I'tin!T.---Lu t iI". :I."..'..""... :Ie".1114'.. .p d..1.tf ,.;', Dlll'dS) AM! ) iK. 1ED1tIiNES 1 i OIF1G I L. It 0 j I L '

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.t :.f..f i, : -.: :. ''F "'VIBo1llMLLN. () :.J". VO
: "' : _-_-_ .. .
'f' : II .' n.Inioi.trat..r.'a'li CO. .. .:. ..t ., ". .. j
: ? ; &
\iu SCOTT() l .
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; 'r.LI Ut : : _.". :I. 3 F.: \ __ __ -_ I ,
'i'ii.i.tii.t.: !k .nrli :;4t I N and aOe Sin-tiny evening, Unicl.: 2iiL.

..'. '.!1..r..1a' -.,h.-The "1I rlr 1Knl._ l' X.-A heller liiijtTrf In .b! ,fc.r flnCVMoiu Tbe I City Marshal Sale, I i the Cm i.ul leave and run .i fv,!iun >, TII :

1 I. \ j',. Intiifcjwrt .arrive t..tIT Iat with iJrsaRil rve.l.ta ./.Ir.ty/ wnrji r"f.rI"l'I.ar! a. II.kBY .t-s ti. 1-\0.: ; i -4.-- Leave .1bI12caC4' . . . 4.0) 1' }f.

...1 4-r r.'t: rp :1al. a I Oirr.U) : i f tl,- M I/I\'r nn-l I Cily C.rtwil.: l I I Arrive Hi Monticello: .. . G15 1*. M. .
{ 1 W "' Goods Required . 9 S3 A. M.
ainulrg1.rtrca-leat F s.I r.l t' t.IA .f C t Housed 1 I, Variety of Leave Ta1Uliat> (. . .
iliv n Every
I fr. nt
l.alN. Martotn i Ifhr I ; i.e ott. in
I9.CKM \
1 Aty Ii
-t! t. i' JI5-M: I ro..r.S.: (.lnl Krokrri."I I ..f I a3I.na-.e.; viih-n h-jjal hi,Lrs, ArriTeat NL Mark*. . ... .11.0t A. \. .
1 f.m I ICt'.vL" H'r in I..tiy I Market. .. C.00 A. 3!.
t'ne Vth AI.rilllC'xt. tie f.-lKiwin l-.f tu-wit: No. on hnnd at the old stnnd.sgta of the M.r in this Leave T llalja"see. .. .. .
i h'I.lrf'.llIIal two 1,212) in the old pl.m of f Clinton and Mi-urue sire I.. alai : Arrive at Go>hlman 1 >. Sutmn 6. F JO A }f.
f.1\I. 1 ":I.t.II1Xc.'F. bbtL:1i3ti1ie11fS.tLro \ two ninety corner <
(;: \ : Leave JI-'iitf: ello .. .. . 7.00 A. )f.
S.iIII.of .hlllM tn Nt'.., to 'n..IUI" saij cit.", to IK- sold for e s'l. I t- and} comjlt-t stock uf lure :
lr\u I : Arrive nt Tallaha. eee . . tOG> \. )(
:, ...J \ the J:,e1;ch 'ari.twj. l.rnl i JOHN II. RHODES. City MaHiaLMjr.irl,18C' ad Clu-ni'cn,
?! c L
I Drills Goods Leave yt }Marks. . . e.OO 1 >
', .!. !mj ternntitwali 1 Trip i! U Ladies Dress ,
I-.4'fl t Cng'ian.1 always ; j _
;iI; ; Turpcn'.ine
--- l.e-Shif: Paints; Oils, Spirits Arrive nt Tallnljawee .. . .2i P. M.IitTe

10' >" Marshal's Sale. Varnishes J ruihrs. Cam I Goodman', Station 5. . 4 30 }'. >L
... Tnria aff'lIt'att1u a..1in. I U. S. ,
5' inn: at Tallahassee . .. 7.30 P. M.CunrfTtinjy .
S .: :. 'b ..:1 ...1't"o1 t., tt"'I a "."t ftiUrgS J1 .. -.1.J I virtue of a \ii' .' ti. fi i sued from lIlt jihene. liurning Fluid, Window IIEAITIT GOODS l with Poet Coaches at Monticello! aii-I

1"':r-: .I 1 April Timrenol I&e noUf.rJ l'.n.cr. ... L'""( :.. 'r-, BY :.-. j'" OlVe of lh" I'nitrd) :Ia'Hi trict Glass, 1'1l1.14'(., .1-c. I KvtoiabV. Station 6, daily. except at lli.ntiwllo: onStmdftT
r'-\* Ih-i"'jlt tliv ii-nn f attMrxat'on t .. Di-uitt I .f I. l. ri..i.! TaU.iha of
.1 Co-irt t..r I II.I .N ,itl.t rii together with a fine a'Eortment ami Goodman' Station C, i>r. J KiiUr.
.. :.. r.lll-4. lint OrjimJ ci fU]' jrt fromI I 'oniri. t..Liit .lea"tirc trips en lchI I I. M.niin; t is i
; I. -: )HRSONS. ( is* of | -t!<' li) i -I.,,.. n 3 licit in ( pliin- TOILET AND TAi% t.Alt'l'lt.Ll.S.. GOODS, AND .\ I SO'
.I .\ .' ISth l lVtiM.c<.'" it-l (;iroi ia li.ii 1,: .i. will:1 I lx car- 'If and, J.uiM.. Iiurdiu il..r'uJalt, 1 have leriedlifK
1 '. I'\\' ..3e21-.1teI ID ( reetn4tov1I. "flY' I I rmn the TalUhio-M-v I)1 t<> ainll Shad tti-.l M ill e\ >usi> fur ml!"-. in froi of tin- Court CONSISTING OF Connrrtir with. Pct Conch to If eP.rt on arrival
S >n |
1. ,' ; I ':t b" srrd jr x-cal] : .na'r to cede I l"t..1 lor ole fare. lltis |>riIc for taking, the 4- H'\'e .lo .r. in the Cny of T..II.II"'ht'e.! t m the f.rt Superior Hair, Tooth, Aaianil nllicr finish 8 of and -wlife-Ii f i turns before the departure of tIt"
1 tI
Malt Steainm betwcertNew
..t ". : : 'i 'C' .'"... o'ctek et ruins tiain nl.II..tlll l tl:eenmc evening'ti Monday in May next within Itpnl l.or.rs, th. interest es; Horn Irory and India Rubber}rt' '$- jRiBjB Train; and itli the line of itsterntediatepoints !

,:. S.L ,'" v'1 \e""b< cu-t'J''n..JateThurs-1 I the KafUrn tram vhvh tri i".1 at Station 3 ali of the dtfendant in the following described ing and Fine Combs; Fanry ThiletLoap.t \ (Orleni tie.GulC Key VTe arriTinp t and at Cuba'nt St. liarVc.cn Him war

.:,\' the :dl IUt jo-st 5;, and at TJI..I"Iltt nt i p"fl7. propeity. to l wit : L.t> N..s' (18)) eighteen and nineteen Pomatums Choice on and 2nd 3id of eacii
; I tbe 17th
AND or
Palei of two lo KeyVcst n:1
'\ h .. 1 '''T 1I )* : .hyI I VIXhOX. Au't furt in the old of the City ofTnlUhas.ee.
'.,.... ..f hi..b i Mwwlaarkft! 'IIrI .DJ 'srortl'rt 1 14-4t ((1 J)) the plan of saiil .1cf.'nJaDt. andto Perfumery, 4-c., 4'(., "-r. I month and arriving at St. Mark on their way to %

S 'I" ;11 ". ) wa" tIt"a''iV. I I\ ---' ---.--- l.IIyilll'on| as l'rullC'rlJ nccordini to Uw.E. All "f wti,-li they will sell] at onable! prices. ttf New Orleans on the 15th mid C9tb of each month. .
S b vld MMfNeS
to satii-fy
S S I S I' TIA.a-l1aIK1.ftt< aJ,t...,, are flth- 'fli\DE. < 1;. 1JI.ACKBUHN. t'. S. Msr,h l. by keeping constantly supplied with all articles in their iR + Passengers for Montice'Io: ,or paints North of that

I lluIJE" MarhhaLMarehai. line. and l>y strict ntte:itinn to bu inc@s, they will ende will tike the 4 00 P. M. train.
JOHN II. iK-j.uty
S 17 .II.tiTax .Tor to merit the patronage heretofore lj..t eyed Passengers for Goodmsni., or points East of that '

l'rotS the farannah C'p&bit'S1L I i3O 2 Hcn._ upon their predecessor.Physicians. Embroideries and Hosiery will take the C.X( A. M. train.
Tlir Ilfdraitlir ('oU.. 'r1. The train will not run from Tallahassee tr> St.
1" S 1.lf..r: itf'adill! in yonr i .ue .f XT..IkLIT. i\rr are r Ttitini a large and well i1.eted Prescriptions. Marks and back on Sunday only on Steamer J"j".
.f tlte 11J'raulic eutS I I STOCK rwwwUnjt Or pur aance of an or.linflrwe of iIi. Cify of Tnlla- Particular attention paid tor l're'Ct'iptionll'au.ful1y WM. L. VlNSOS. Ass'l Sup'i. S
de'ftriJ"io :
I .5 .r.."" r."y erte-I I.y the (Vtirl lr ,* Ham's md SIu Hardware, Jry Goodf, TN. -"*, I will sell for ca-\\\ in front of the Court compounded from i'ure Medicines at all Iw'lfl-- BOOTS SHOES March Ct, 1860. ISNEW -- -- --'
: rise ll'iu'e door iu the City of Tallahasve, Leon Coun- and -
!. i."vj: to KI! i'mi a lii." rjof the iav riKbt.I
i ,.''"'-M ..the .1] plicali.; >ut f livJrauliefxtwrr Groceries, Iron. .Yails. Trace $ FifthL'hainx tv. on the 7th day of May next for taxes due said March: 24, 1860.jitElh11IN.. 13 : GOODS NEW GOODS,
i and 1839 the following I ,
the 18.18 ,
fJah and fur
iff.ci llarcn.
--'HIT .>f oitton. fII:1It 1-e r"und.of XlrrtcJicrs, city years I1EH15S AND
; much thereof .' will be sufficient to p-V .
IlUT11 ., or so FOR
l.i in *
S S t -i t<> otaiihi a |1' < jour Flovr 5'r-f 4.i... t.r., t"\II.it Lots Nos. 2 t 5. Northwest addition .v EXTRACTS.
"., ,'I.-!.., Wi"ii.! CfY matllel..r New Ygrk. said taxes :
S: tl.e: .mn.-rs of the I.,w.'r II>.draulie IVef, And f..r pale cheap by HOND &CO. ; half of No. 1& i 16 north half county jr..; I ---LIVER- --OIL Rush to D"* CelebrAted Brand"ools. Spring and Summer.S
lO. 14 No 271 & 272. north addition ; No!. 86, 87 from March 31
'.' t. tli-l tir'i;.inat4>r if th. |lsin. Url'irning u'J. Noa. COD 1 -
wrcliii. attention wlh, addition: N'. Cl south ball County qr. ; I .
in'tlie issy I iwial STOCK
il'i "l"ing..f f 'rp"'in! (.'ton.I. Harness & 40 & 42 l.orthweft. addition; N .. 11, south halft'.ui.ty po1asb. 1,1 SORT. WE are now rfecmnij cur whlel. '
,- Li t cal0 to the' "lj'et t> | I Saddles, Brides, 3>.. 38. orth) addition : No. 91. Old t SPItING AND SUMMER GOODS. '.
I.' 1'111I,1 'OtI-i-mf' "Iri.uc I.ta"c, 11011. SALK UY I'lan N..a qr.. ;58 A C5, Northwest addition; No*. 257.2i8. : : eee rill, and art itlliny rtry lot, conf isting in ['Iur.
small h.lraulif'l.r"5. I i0ll
S S,dI.II.' k him,' lunJ.IO' f.il.1\iM-kipin as i !;a lo tie Utc J4 '.in Tlion.e) I _I"yd. Marel.t, 116.( II 2.:'J A 2C 0, iK'ilh nddition ; half of No. 22.i Fresh Supply asFANCY
\i I 1\0.6'. North- GENTS CLOThING
half of No. 26, 1llcIS NOTIONS
V.l itelfeotinty :
N..w 'V irt Tl.i*. L* thought if 4It l.y A LLpersoubai.JtiI.g IU:1'ihnr. qr 0"-
tco ibv B.'uive I J \ h. iLoir orJtr : l ay leaving thorn wct-t addition' and I>ot X".. U. north addition. 1 DRESS GOODS. HARDWARE. .
would sntr all 1. nirnrj cun fle
> S9. ; ", CO. JOHN IL RIIODIJ*. City Marshal.Miirch OILS AND VARNISHES ..
T'1"'t'. I iLc.rmftf'.t: 1'. trY jt. fl4 ,.ur..1 xiith BOND I 3 -liiI sale day l PAINTS, ct a- DRY GOODS rneuwwevhATS .

,'nlr. KMnM.'. <.f tlwXVtst IVmt rouiHiy.: : tu.i Uuid! March 51. ISfiO. 14 -' -. -31. -ISfirt.-, --_-- jltENCHandAmerieanWandowOIas: ;, AND CA 1'8. SADDLERY. .

I,, .:.r.uuio ryUnJfr* an-1 "me. .liich Lat ln.l : Coffee. \ -,.!/( Circuit Jun.-It. Equity. 1. Jcrrctt t Son Pure Lead CLOTHS AND MATTING BOOTS i SHOES GROCERIES .
Ikn-t ( Rio Java and Laguira OIL .
; .oml'.IIT.II..1
,;... f..r tli lliiintonli Ih-y 'I' IL Ixx'rence, ) Snow White Zinc
llirtii Kirs t.n' RIall. atid vittI.S BOND CO. Mary Paint and Sash Brusli. DRUGS & b & 0.
S 0), !, :11:0..11 i'y l as I SALi: BY & r' V Bill fi'r D'.vorce.; Varnish, ,
---i.'K. t .f .: at-1! a &nat'J t\f+Kt enI I FOIl .: 1 14 CORNICES & CURTAINS,
? j uup J. March StO. Francis L. Lawrence MAXWELL .
) 4
":. tl.o] fr.t liy 1" ASSORTMENT: OF FEATHER DU3TJj -
I I..' I ::: u. in :rt. It. I II. -- ---- to the saticfaction of the Court by .
S uppoariinj 12
March SCO..
.'.; j I" ''. f:. |pr'I>; !!; cotton c\-r f.uitt. 11.i I Spring & Summer HatsCUE.I. IT *\ filed that the defendant in tins Bill re LIIS.f -- -- Hardware and Cutlery .. -.- -
1 .' '.\,i- l.ui't! ;.ili ti<- ": :1.l.MlII4""w the f rcf: \ id.oul..r the KUt of Florida : It is ordered that best and CommonT" -
S r w.rLn: h f." a \t--r. an.l fiti,ln; sr41i }'R SALE BY BONP .t CO. be hud the f.tcts ..I.art'J in said Bill 1 LUC, EVG&&BS

S S .n i-1.i l it in or.]<-r {r... the .Iir.* .h ut March n. f.60. 1 n lfo hearing e the Judge' upon of| the Middle Circuit of the State.1 NAILS IRON AND OILS;

lt.: ::, li* .1!ri.I..1 to t--iTcr it, 1\hieh! lie I Fiord tIe) first Monday of July next It is "EROSENE.Lard. Neata Foot and Train Oils, ----0------
of on
', S ': .: tl.! cyl5i) .Vr ac IHIVtfc<\. ji\ore the'- I Clothing.A further ordered! that a ci py of thi order! !. puhhthcdii |_\_. Linseed Oil (boiled and raw.) 1-\ J"E are receiving, per Drig Sampson, our usual

1'.., rt': ir..uUt" in nla1.:., tW.rcMaTii'- the FWuliin und J< uili.il, once a Week for the I Burning Fluid Camp'iene, tc. Q.f\ \ \ supply ofSFIHXG .
S <
I' t t. ....,) .1 .(.|'ir'ir ili' eghe af r LAUGH LOT S1UUSG CLOTHING. FaI I rfi '

: :: I .! % in ..r.Lrr: to *li Jt the ,rsnre 10 I JIale cheap hy BOND i. lfl] ncv .f three aLCLambsrstl&s triotilLs.Paeei C9lh day .'f March. A. D, Spices &c. GI "V'r -1.r6. '. s.J!\, .,xu l SUMMER GOODS, '

; the I II March 31. 'GO 14 Sentinel copy.SPUING .
S t 1 .!' -5li. d..y luakIIf 't'f'fIl unl'r" L..y.l. J. WA YI.F.s B'AKKK.: Ju-lge. COXSHTISO i.f PABT or
In I IMS U .t4.Cf4'.hMI in flr1bfl: thp: -- -- 1KO. /CINNAMON. CiOTes, Nutmegs. Race, Ginger do.

S .\ a-..] uiT.rntti .ad I""..t.oJ Ii "hifti.; 1 No" Goods blrh Ill.: 1P60. 154tntNotice. \J ground ; Jamaica Ginger White and Black' :LTJ-rs Fancy and Flaple Dry CiM>tl.+, llardirarf a

'. :; vl.Mi I lli. 1-rHII:'' .." tiru! .n (rum me rOR Mustard Seed. Allspice Cayenne and mack Pepper'Ctlery Large Xlock of loots Shoes antI (!rr*

S ;! n..st .:tl..t.:.... .;ttf'.,.giltf'. 1-'r.1n Seed, Bottled Mustard, Nice!jive Oil. ANDAgricultural
5. it- M1't$1 "cet1r. lie rrmoJ the AD;; SUMMER A TR. JOHN R. CRUMP will net a" rry '!cntA'l eerie, Glass and ChinaVarc, Oil

.5 .. A .iLic! .. ard inm I IS durin aljce-ice! from Ful: i.la. and Ill'| rSt4i5 \ (m G EXTRACTS of nil kiUs.I .
:..>iu $ <-,1.' ti :> :: ? my I j-'LA ClolLs and Mailings, 4.c., 4-c.
t"ia ... an.li. i liavinj Lo'iies* with me llf'r""n:1:1: v or asut..r KXH Implements.
..S .1J to mk "ay 1800. referred We trould especially call the attention .>f the hilir*
b.tk .h..I" estate of 1 h/.mal Lja--rate are
\. _ar.is ro-ul.\.l! It. >t % I on
.:i.- ; ... o to li'm.: W. K S'.VAIN.Mar.hSl.lJM. .. Gelatine. .te. to our very lange nrd handsome stock of .
: in lI..j..r. IS'XGLAs"
1 i. '. Mr. ..'' 1.:10. 0 ..1r'k.. lnnht IS I PRATORIUS ct CLARK11AI't 14-41 I I ? by every Steamer. Ladies Dress G-oods-

i ill Xt'w .:. I -- ---- assortment of the above articles -
\ :,,1 ,he rI.t ..u"t' 11. %oNW : I IN ( C11l colnle. Cocoa, }'srina.ii1 A hirge hOPKINS ,1 MEG1NNISS.Mareli .

". \\ i\1: .i. 4Ml liim, in :.IUJ.T it in?<' OHTBtl I Ij iSISSh.re a full! assortr.ietit I. ._ ; .1'--\ D.W. EVANS& CO. I t 1-MS11_ Corn btareh Bermuda Arrow Root, hand anti selling l. IfcGO. 12 -4t Senliia-1 copy.

v.u- a1..u& .. r lUrl ic. constantly "- .'
-S II' :.:' : ll 1k'.r.1! -r ': ki.- it. oir city to I Ih I'I : J't -/ Tapioca y-Sago- --- -- -

: ''I'h '' 1tc'r., en J ir.! Ivlo tli-- L-J*. iyJrau'.ic I I' C1Ot11Sfr\ -rn 1rC TH : ---C ItF.' -Cream- Tartar Su'pk CarL Soda, at the TAXASSESSOR'Sch't1o

S \\:1. ; .: 111' in >***i'uu'-. C..".- ;'. e' "ff 1- 1.Sal S.'di. Alum .Saltpetre, :5uI1.hur. Lowest. Cash 3rices. .
I, hr p4L Uf' I ,.ttiur the (hMr ia t.'n. 'Q ::70J: Indigo. Copperas .. t alrendv !in a
; have
who given
"1Iu' '. !I. 1. w ,,:,...- annim iUI.c'rftw..t il \ '., --- --. Iarth 2-1,160. 13 ALL per -
VCsU:1g: n >ififd
; taxable lire hereby
: f 'propf'y
| a "-v". I -. 6' / :Vi 5fPIONEER' LEECHES constantly on hand.OHOULDER do under the penalty
that must so nt once
"J of 1-1. ftr ..i--b tir > .:..;m'lal..t.I a" '. Spring Clitill.Dri1i1ngll SWEDISh NEW STOCK they
,. zuji!_ 't 1I.t .1.1. : I! Marseilles etc.Wl.i.li .. -.:.7 \I ANOTHER of a double! tax,whit.li the law directs: in cuchca. tk. .
.: .: ":.(: ;;';jqljt, .; Ii)4ran.:;:, 2 ;. c .. her Vestings. I Ik.L.; BRACES, different kindsTTEIMSTSEET OK The Tax A w,sor peetfully srgests that it i.
j Manufacture! lo Order him call each one, a* l>
r .. ::,..: ( .. ,..e 4ach'c .r u 6Ti' tliy are prp re l to t GIFT quile impossible fur to on .
.. .. SlM rte.st notice un,I in the most F.nc'tjnbieniannvr. : BROADWAY .-- --- Goods.SL'RING their delar seem t j think heshouhddo ;on the
tLe .
:r-: .. :.:.I. i-:.. S.H'lM "f \O..r I at > -ttu.a .; CO': INIMITABLE HAIR Fancy and Staple many
.. t!.5 .. "'S : .....,:. to i..I&. .i.. i'\O' r Alto I an extcn,;ve n""ortment ofHea warranted to restore grey hair -0- contrary it is clearly tbe duty of every p rOD who IM
1I the
,. .. (; .. i" : t end Youtt's Clothing, com and render! intheir lixt to Assessor
S : '''i' : :.yi i:' ; .! .ttllIl S to its original color, at the Corner Drug 8lorl' STYLES. be nntuneat the Drug Store of J. li.I
rttmt ill ?;h -r ujicriiUt"iiB; AND SUMMER can seen .
"' S r :i.t.s: ',...1 tI. ..< ,rll."d- ..".,.. March 1SCO. IS. SPUING AND! SUMMER STYLES Gregory & Co. L. C. ,
S 24. for Leon
GOODS AII.r! county.
.i '.i.:.; I.. i.ii-'i: rt-.ra 6.r t1.o -4jf 11 Iarbcs AND SUMMER STYLES
Sl'KlNG 7 V 0. 12-till let June [Senteopy.
March !
ii 1t i1 fee L.12it! th< ::i another re- PROPHYLACTIC l FLUID ,
"II i- i.r '. Zt t All f..r sale At the lowest living I'ri.t11u.y TROF. DARBY'S For ISGO, -
I .. fi 5 i... i I'S., '.*? |'J;.f"rtiliKIti ati*.i.. 1lM'e *licit a cill friun their old friends and 1_ at the Corner Drug Store.J -'-'

I r. ,-,- nr.. ". it i c.. at.1 l ll.Vt lvu wcrkini; Be'i.i'.y I I cuflomef ieetfiilly*. fct their old ittuidpp.'i4te] the Mnrins 'if.Yur.J\: R.GREGORY .t CO. For 1860, Clark'sPlow.Patented t.

S : ; >..,... that tm* -. 'il"-. i.tirut or {mar* DanV March 24, 29CO. 13Denslow's For 18GO, --0--

: a-t-t.rtiitih-ff! ,t.10.. 1":1.tl.' : .- \ir..(..:t.\\ ? "AjrtiKv.f \\ e ir. rertivin 5.ir Oontl monthly.AlrcLr.l.l8i' 77/7 OLDEST ESTABLISHED Printed Organdies: Jnconcts and Muslins, February 14th, 18CO.o :
., ,
\v... in" '"'1'o1' ) l.itn *I.i.i.- in AiaJ ) 14bALKS Benzine Printed Organdie Jaconets and Muslins, .
..f ,A.- firm .f WiWry GIFT BOOK HOUSE. '
Pt. \r. J: > r.i rr --- and Muslin I to sell this PLOW tn the Stain (.f
: ;.:1..,. inivr.iT: .'l. :it l-y at arliilr! : tV In-IL The* I : Iii KTTlTlTEUllY. .._ LIQUID for lJtkin- out Paints.Vcrnh Printed Organdies, Jaconets TIlE: rigLt: and Alabama baa been sod and M. ;.

S. "5 .-"...::- iv*. t.t n...!.'n"-; allii.!**! t.>1-\ "on inn \ -- A GIFT WITHEVERY BOOK ANEW '\ Stains from Silks or Woolens of all Ibregngbi' Brilliant arid IVrcal, signet to (&... Joseph II. Alston of Leon county

'.'1' 1'' :'''C1ftl..1 : ".u :l, .t';:" 0.1"\\ Attraction Wurlh from 50 f'rRh. to 100,00. kind without injuring i their color or texture while Barege Anglais Brilliants and Percale, State and Cunty Rights for other sertion arc i>.ffered :
.-* of o ue itti4Mit Great odor. Iti< need with the came and Percale
<>I \.1raulip: l'iim* l I leaving DO unpleasant Bar( e. Anglais Brilliants for sale. Apply immediately. 1 hi* i ia no hum-
..n-lii"iti anti Mr. \Yil-.n allo,nl IMUw to .htaina t I o- IDJJ for cleaning Glove without altering theircolor
cece but simple undchcap.
;i'At-nt for it. TJi. Htivw ...ff"a. > a<."lon",1 i Extensive Sale of Beautiful stock! we hare collected ; also for removing greMT tains out of Paper Misses nnd Ladies hosiery, bug invention, IS strong.E. B. CLARK Pauntfe- .

vI I,..; ti! <> <; >or.r'm S: mil*.>a c. .... an.i i iJ>o 2u\rr I' By constant addition to varied our selection of Ix-oks ofall kinds. For sale at the Comer Drug Store of Misses and Ladies! Hosiery. March SCO. 11

S 1 11.rau1ie 1 IVewver.! yearn .p a# u-rl'." ITALIAN MARBLE GOODS the largest and! pv 8t hou'e in the country J. R. GREGORY A CO. Misses and Ladies Hosiery, --10.-- --- -.- ----- --.- -- --

'IXM.LIIIS I I.aek at lii' f.rt rui!' flV.rt to tie! *py
ihU |" ..-r. aiij at tli<* rr.ii .II now lul) y all of are Cotton Lisle and Open Wok, 4

..<\ol.-.l. Mr. Wii! on lu>"ju-4 .u!- 1" !>
.n ill\. n'i.m wli'.cli lias done to mll.1e to ln.ritH. A.T AUCTION A selection and clarification of Ardent ZYLOBALSAMUM, JL with despatch for the ahove port. For rr..I\'lt' t
cartful Pin Cord
1"IIIacrce.: \! UT.:5.01 --0'- l\1n11 Nainsook, and ., BEARD .t DENHAM.
next and M,xlern Literature has never been<>qnnlled.andhas WOOD'. HAIR RESTORATIVE apply t
11aceOnTJIURSDAY Pin Cord
take lull
--' to Nainsook
S -- < Catalogues Mulli". St. Minks. March 17. 1860. 12
..w.ll i\i4i! in a l.-ttor to the &'M.lcnt (f tLc. I the 5th A.piil at the Store of R. H. Berry. been copied and the imitated country.by compilers M now remodeled II IMSTREET A CO.. INIMITABLE.HAIR Mull, Nainsook and Pin Cord

.. rifMarc'u CouTcnlion. uiicouuitionaily 1 tiri from to dny until the throughout address COLORING, BACHELORS HAIR DYE.BARRY'S and Pillow Case Just Received
C.iiitk.osi toutoiiioctT and to continue day and improved,and will be mailed free to any Linen Sheeting, Shirting ,
5 Li* Cam fmtn dw closed out. TR1COPI1EROUS, and Pillow! Case, J\\w }")'l';
stock: is on application. ..._ Linen Sheeting, Shirting Per Dark2oxley from
----- ---- ---O-- S S Send for n Cunlo; ""-. Also a good assortment of the beet kinds of Linen Sheeting, Shirting and Pillow Case, of BRANDIES. CORDIALSSYRUPS. s
ab-ive Good have been imported f.otn Italy It will hemailtdt.otoanyac.1rt.s8.AOI.l will 3Pozaa.o-c3.ojs cto Oila, Fans Pomades) and Extracts, A and CANDIES.
: CoifiVurs CIGARS :
eyka. .
1-lortJj rIllE ,
tlteV' :
f far .th.
; ic trjfd: ly : never have been exhibited in any( r mark invaluable sigtant in the formation of a
triptivJ A'turtitiity: and were seUcted personally from the Ateliers prove an selection of useful and entertaining for the Hair.REFINED Coiffeurs, Fans, Pomades and Extracts, Perfect Love Cordial Raspberry Symp
<-t, the
of 1* ItrexWlni PAXDULKIN1 A CO., during library or ------ Coiffeurs Fan Pomades and Extracts Rose d) \ Lemon do
1 C'Miiroe: |'yin tlcj'wic< (,f Italy, by iMO'-rs i reading. Ol.'a d
<.x ..r ie_., irti... $1 fiuwrtim <<> the last FIX months.In GIFTS ; Forg"U.S China, Glass and l'l.att'IIart', Mint do Pine Apple "

F .r very .iib.rqut-:*. ,. 0 this superb r.l1eCtOniIt: be found many novel- and China Glass and Plart-d Ware, Anisette do Strawberry do
Iusti & of beautiful tlitugu! many of which arc or ginal The limitless varieties of Gifts distributed Orange do \ Coguac Brandy 1 1843
-"JlISre. tics to all ARROW ROOT China Glass nnd Plated Ware ,
commend them ,
1 G" g 0"\l \ >itces. and tberefme peifccily unique such as the their really in'nnsic21uC' will FLORIDA Kuroel do Champagne BranlyA .

L Ieer... ]Clascal llvbe, Uuuian Grecian Neapolitan Florentine lovers of gord t3>lf. By huyin in large quantities At the corner Drugstore. Ice Pitchers, Freezers and Sets, LSO-

:: I.* .... ... .. ... . 20 M, \t($. t.c. and for cash we are emibled'to apportion a greater will a J. R GREGORY & CO. Ire Pitchers Freezers and Sets A large A'!>orlmtnt of fine CANDIES. Apply to

:; I 25 (lei Also, an infinite variety of richly carver! Grecian. value to our patron than other. as one trial of -.-- -.--- Ice Pitcher, Freezers and Sets Marcb.17, 1860. 12-tf CL M. W tST.DR. .

4 I. St
-I c..luiun. .... 40 CM biuular Ornaments fur the Mantel or TngereAl inducements.

1" I" . . . . G9k11,I I .. a ery extent-ive assortment of BOHEMIAN DISP.&TCII -- Children?, Misses and Ladies! Shoes
1 t. .10000 COLORED FANCY OL.\:- consisting of Vases Those who regard a prompt reply to heir onlers PURE'WIXES AND LIQUORS, Children, Misses and Ladies Shoes,

L-ato! an \\ine Decanters teal location of New York City. with its many
a. lra".t ti-enwctll. xC1''t. EUgere Ornanifiits.: Card Receivers, give usunri ailed WIXES, :VINEGAR 4'C. Every thing that comprises
Buttlcr of transportation
c ,.,i.o Ikrnl4 ii a* Adn'mstntor. fur hock Glasses. Champagne Glasses, Cologne mean I
10 00.IM Services Fruit Sets in forwarding to the most distant point Every thing that comprises
oiiaSl IM I ,
v hii-li' the ;e Uairaffi and Tumblers. Liquor Porter .
.\, n ."... .I.an.kJ ill ('|'ul-'w! *r>.u. not,|\ocifi'iTtir ltl..nibVinc Dt t'tUltt'rl. Punch Tureens, PunchGlassin. The business arrangements of our Establishment Scotch Ale & London A well assorted Stock BROXSON bAing.cen so fr wilcccd] I.

tutnt .. of insertion*. to !. rml'lirtiv. I Mant.-l Ornjiments. Toilet Article, Decanters. have been so thoroughly perfected that orders received ALSO A rstsn scrrtyCongress A well assorted Stock, a* to be considered beyond all

till forbid auovv I {mI. TUII.t.I rll. Parli-r Vns..!. tic by the evening mal the next morning are on Water.For A well assorted Stock hope of recovery by the most eminent of the medical i

I II lliese Gix> Pan- ed twenty four hours from the time of theirtt'ceplion. of Together many -.as A lat rejort. conceived
have a.t'nItcft.J "ith! great care bv Sigiwr lay over sale at the Corner Drns Store other Articles of praettce
ilolfiui fr-'W the great Stiuhoi .]- Italy, and from .I.A..e i J. ICGREGORY & CO. Together with many the l'll'enlYl..lu'I AL YZL G TUB BLOOD, and apply

Special llotirrs.2I07HE&S Prayvt. I'.c.we a lid 1'arlt.AWry SAFETY. 24 18CO. 13 Together with many other Articles \ tag the subject of physiology! to the more immediate -
.iM 'facioryof March
7i' *
the directions are followed! a* in Catalogne. which is this Market. health and The revolt has beer
the system.
to ;
ltat Not brought
trifAwNf lit rrMrer.It COODS. usually upon
MOTHERS!! i i" confiJtutly l. ;i nllh2\t the tasteful the curknis. not done by other Gift Book Houses. Money sentin NEW Not brought to this Market the production of this BLOOD FOOD.: from the

V.J an* all nun**, in one cense (.l( the word. j.tMI and the c-ociHMbica]. have never bad w desirable the form of draft payable to our order or letters -0- usually use of which Dr. Broneon was restored to perfect

... \' m J.-U-tXii.-li .n.! tr.-.t the, d'iMii 1 of sour Tt unity, t. gratify tl-ir desire ill obUin- enclosing fund I*. if registered according to law. are For continuation of the above highly interestingand health. Within fix mouths after ita introduction

.i.-lron T .. .1. .-11 t. .t oill iu a phyMeian lctiIiyarr1rng an -pp> .elegance ornament and utility. insured asfe return. Joseph Weber, exciting list of useful and I neeestary articles, aeeDENHAM'S over two thousand consumptives were effectually
l" ihon. th hid Dr. I'ITOI : > lug) articles will be AG NTS. it. If have complaints of a consumptive
I Avpt I' 'his Uuuuful col'ection! t.f Goods open TAILOR i STORE, cured by you any
,'\wuiuiriclMAVfiiFiVriutL.' HeisarerularI extnunUion ('U BV rents, and those desiring to become *o. MERCHANT tendency, Cotgh, fold, JItaJathe, Palpitation -
I !i\.R-iau, and from nuehxj: "-iild A2DDE..ERI '.--3: : one door North of SLCSSU'S Tin Factorv. of the Heart, Lou tfapptlite, or pain ill the
this! preparation I Wednesday Morning Nest, be li.posed of in the ":'' March 24, 1860. IS-tf_ bottle of the BLOOD
thatoe (
i "I'll.| ia it". Lai .tlll..und..1| in the name time rosy Ready-Made Clothing p li'Ir lose no time in procuring a
\\ii i:ii.nn I.l.ar-v-'r.e ur t1.iah- ..fry L.ill.lto April 4th cud will remain open during the day. rrenlar "ay. through the inducements given by a* c.3J FOOD." If you are suffering from Aerrovt Drbilily
.. !Utik! .'iiein nil the ill* I of Tallahassee and .am GF.'iTLIIE A H W STORE NEW GOODS ttitturbed. if .pir\t*
.. -t:.' .. l:, f utj.'ur : r.n-j: : Ihe Ladies and t ,..Uenteu I to the purchaser. .l S or your steep i* broken md your
lUer.Jiiig!: tU.>uliiu ; ai. I f..r coajjh or crunp. I vic'mty: are ioviUd to call and examine the stock.t t3& We pay the meet liberal commissions to Furnishing Goods *i..lo" art Dtprtttfd or your Organ related you will find .

..:' ",n-iivaUiun and .)*v for >wmi rr Complaints: it ; KeraeinUr the sale take place on Thursday AgmUf Tallahassee, FI. ,- -. 1Jew Prices in this an trafaihng remedy by commencing with Itn

J' I .-. ruin curd. \.'UtI:\ V.IV on it with per nOt at my Auction lloora li. U. BERRY i I We keep the most varied and extensive stoekof ubscriber i. now receiving at bis store next 'TifiE SUBSCRIBER taVw this opportunity olJL drop If your Lirtr ill torpid or diseased in any

!k..: <-'."tiJeliff. that 1r. KTV"M| .vtnic CORDIAL II March: 31. 1860. U Auctioneer.J01IX Book and Gifts and I gratuitously circulate the rrnE R. IL Berry's Auction Room a well selected malting known to the citizens of Tallahassee manner whatever,o'' or to oottlet will be sure to

<"- t.'ui.e: -r Lave attained I'u-ecVUiity: it h.is in the I most complete and best classified catalogue in the SPRING SUMMER GOODS suitable futGENTLEMEN'S and surrounding country, that be i i" now prepared ''invigorate and bring it into lively sod healthful action. -

i uit 'la.otf. lilt 'II'*re not the wry best mticl Cr3 Dlt Jt ill -liEf-Ii j country.(3f stock to offer them one of the beat selected and cheapest In the moat inveterate cases of Dypeptia tb*

l.-r li.f. ntiU- Ctmijilaielsthat Itct "1It i* fait I -0-- \ We guarantee perfect satisfaction to all who WEAR I stoeks of patient can here find the most efficient and grateful

L2..rrtJWg$11 utler&Zll4 K. LOS DON'. JOltS II. BETAS. JE, may favor us with their patronage. I consisting in part of LID SUMMER GOODS rebeL A benefit is always experienced after taking
11a Ic.s. Gl-t':1)"uD.. vertiiKHl with Of Wilmington N. C. Of EaMch N. C. nqw TO SCHI> roit BOORS. and Cloths Cassi- I SPIUXG only ont b tt't. In JJaU or J-rrmale Complaint an I
English ,
I'm COC.HAU J i. the wt iavuluabic st.eeM'y to ev- LONDON & BRYAN, I of Five Books and upward should be sent French ever brought to the Southern Country; comprising a Wtalcntutt the sufferer, after trying other remedies

i'\ MoTUCita! vH II vvory uumairu-d :"J1. Buy I I Orders it and safer meres and Vestings, 1 full assortment of in vain may rest assured,that a certain cure will result -

:1 and rcdth ei>Yuhr vnvthip'n-,; the bottle and COMMISSION I MERCHANTS,, by expreM maiL if possible as u cheaper I of the latest style and best quality, which be is prepared DRESS COODS, from the Wit of two or three & ::!,*. The

the ,uUr iuf.niuition want I than by order in workman-like and I is c8e tr l t1 all easw of F.rvp
\ -\\'U1t't jorti yoa sTitccT, BOSTON.Mrch Money, if possible.should he sent in fort f drafts to make up to a Fancy Goods, Ready-Xade Clothing, Boots BLOOD FOOD
:3- S.. IIJ\C'f1icem. aa IDI.t I be stopped if lost through uiemaiLI faehiouable manner, and on REA OKABLB TICKS.. Also tint*, Salt Itfiem, Scrofula* and other Kki conplaints. *
, lot calc! l.) Attit Lh :). I 5- aepaymsotcen enclosing Money be sent mt our risk a general assortment ofBEADYMADE and Shoes, Hois and Caps, Jewelry, Pelt and rmatiaUd thildrf **d adult* are
'I'Ow I Letters may
._ n.EFEH !
--- ha".r..i'.II'.t- -----w.rmnLVUuun.llnMa they are reeistered: according to law. Theme CLOTHING Guns, Pistols, $-c., <$- Kilter' provided
.Ur.,. .1..lrUf'rtlit' i.iul! I"'OJ.I., lUruurfiuilt the R. rr.-rrr. 'a-h., I. ALL.\"AIlfU rLll.n'A.i I j and within the reach of all, Shirts Merino sell at to the body and color and beauty totb ikin. I'l'V-.
Ibe |> W. ,, ILI.I.Ul t .j precaution are simple Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Tie All of which ho will positively remarltablj vondtrfulSUCCMS.
.... *lucUel itr<>Mir< rnrc v!J))&;>f'J| *, KJat- .10J u'n all .u.oola. are using it with
I Jt '* l i transrnittacre of Book % of
i.. .nd piiH-ral IIOTTOUS delibty. It enn. :n. 11160.U4t_ .___ -- assuring the safe Silk and Cotton Under Shirts Collars, Half low prices in uric to raif. money, as be is fearful
, ;.1-l. in t'i.: <[*t..unsupiiion&.-,*. i:' per
jourii.a. TLcre i II mrtliln: Plislaid should I* used. The ting *h nld tIt plain. therefore toliciU a call beforepurehuint For full directions see
; (jr<>u*% our ,lK.l-1-r Lost or only would take-tbi method of returning trade. He, earnestly '
. .1 1.>lUr enjo>uient Iu ltat .bidllb.f.lwhNl ratwrne.- i by %Vr.. J' and the N une, Post Office. County aid State ihoud! : He elsewhere as be is eonfideol that if bottle. Sold by
I M i >tI-.:'netUni ...tuatol.1:1.I | .. I&.rnI.I: t. n..ItSUe,8n.J V NOTE of LAnd for ?9.97.. signed thinks to his old customers for the liberal patronage Iou CHURCH .. liixirilrfed st"tnwU.* and lit rrali-- i fiist of Janoarj. 18iSwith be distinct to avoid mistake. and strict attention buy there once you will do no again.
the trusts"by
S V (BdHM IIMMI i\. M.H.re. and (1 lu *d heretofore bestowed on him No. 8< Maiden LW.S. V
... tWiIJ nvwiaicen't It WallS The J-rml for n Calnlajrno. JOSEPH OAUXGZR.Ni i % '
>i. ierlittr llltAantaiy. ftora date. fiujlci i 1 coutinnance of the
..,.... .Mir.XKB untt j.. A;'. wall b*n ctMi7 1<> CIHI- eight i per cent inter .it lilt .*". t.J ('itO tinkrsigneil. Direct M nmuncat"o: t-> D. W. EYAHS to business, to ment JOSEl'Il a WEBER. st tn Mr.OalbYs Store. And by AnA A LiritrT UaU>ieslu.March .
4 U h.U S,.Ic. I I.to]> fvt1C a butp tcuarJed by ret'iruiog t same. ,
II..- fteptlnl ; will lys -. i. IMlON. & CO.. 677 Broalway. New York. larC4.1fU'! .. i: tt I", I'M. lllyl' .
I. eusrlotw4.
: H4 March I, 11CC' 1.3 .
4 I '" tlr .aM4"1..<..Lt-If. t Jt.4t Mach81.1"e. .\ n. S.-n. 1 --- .. .
'C- tql. rwt ft t.1II*'ff e44.Ms. I JlarciSl, l.CO. -. I ;

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P. SLUSSEB Medicne !

( TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, GOODS GOODS! BITTERS.ttnoTf. ." JUST.rHeiTe(Torn aseortta&sIef 1'ci t art1lu brk in. .GIll

nwu- & Tf4ig.to.1."I"aFtr such a. Oil. or almost kind BITi"0.1 I.
)!AturAcrrRER OF COFrE.,Tu' ASD SHEET I e./l 1ef } "
cy.. f.? ..Bii1cPa. White Lead Zin and !
l Jot: WAKE, WHOLESALE: AJTD RETAIL CniYGE! OF SCHEDULE !rON FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE. .,". ariaMro5&,se..s.frw1sci"cz I nwruJ C"I Puttr. othpWia"*G.UIw.t ,i-] "I
DEALER PLAIJT' FAXCT JAPANNED SnA o J6fl. GelatioeLeodoa Mustard. Mb ;
JN AND C4- } Drnd, ((f1'
cWi .
and after February 21ft 1860 daily Passen for medicinal Spi I t.
that ,
WABE. In view of the fact every m.mb pnrJr Pepper Ll" ,
Stove nrad-Qnnrfert. Trains will run .s follows : .. .rVRiJS the human family il more or less .ul to Ink.Quinine. Ba,}. .laid Fstut. ''

Parlor Leave Fernandma at. . .. . ... .!.ro P. M. some of the above complaints, beside innumerable ,. .. anti a general abft or Jnrb, Fat,5Medienes.

ASPI.E DID Stove assortment.trimmed Cooking.with aeatoMtaod .. Baldwin at . .. .. .. .4.55 AWREf other conditions, in life which. .We lef'p D bi.t the klL a:

reduced Starke at.. .. .... .. ... .....6.80 j %. : by the assistance cf a little knowledge or bop to merit jour IJatroU.
durability at prices. .. Waldo at.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..7.15 exercise of common sense,they may be able I JULE ASn. ro
Out Door Work. Gainesville: at.. ... . ...... ...8.20 .o to rerulatetheir habits of diet, and with March 'i9l56 1 4 I

Roofing.. Ornamental Front Heads. Guttering.Cop' .. Archerat: .. .... ......... .9.16 NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET the assistance of a good tonic, S'ur permanent -

,I per sod Tin Conducting; Pipes Sheet Lead Sheet Arrive at Bronson. ..... .......... .961 '" healt. In order to:accomplish ti. TBING !
$. Zinc.Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work NEW YORK desired i object, the true course to pursue -1LACXSI
Leave Bronson at..3 00 A. M. will natural '
which produce
I that 1
done at short notic.City certainly,
of every variety .. Archer at. ... .. .. .. .. 3.20 kUte of things at the least hazard of vital tt'WD uK a Sh WOrk2
mid Country, merchants .. Gainesville at. .. ... .. .. .. 4.SO WHOLESALE DEALER IK strength and life ; for this end Dr. HostHter the same building with Mr.Kslm's
r Are respectfully invited to give me a ca.ll beCol pur Waldost.&o: has introduced to this country 1 preparation ria:re SIw, .opposite the Exchange. wUn allfil;i

chasing rlsewbere.tgr Starke at. .. ... .. ... .. .6.1'0 : called H03TETTER-3 STOMACH of Black-smiibing will be elese with rmiri %r.aIU
N. B. A articles mannfactncd from the very .. Baldwin at. .. . .. .. .. .765 Corn ":, Pint, Writing: Desk, Jewelry, which at this day is not a neW ( >patch. He can refer witV coofiJ Mwh -* I"I\.,.
best material and warranted durhble. Ko other art Arrive at Fcrnandina .. .. .. .. 10.46 .. Ilrushet Needles Work Boxes, Watches,. BITTER, one that has bn tried for have patronized Lira Leretfor fur tli,"hfuttr

.will be offered for cale. FieigLt Trainl'ilJ leave Frrnandioa: on Mondavi.Weduesdavs : Porte Monaiet Stationery Jfusical Waret, Tears, giving satisfaction to al who han ufhi.'Work. FRANCIS PAi',. t
October 20,1855 4t Buttons, used; it. The powerfully upon January 8. 18GB.
and Fi idav., at 4.SO! A. M.. .*iid returning uil.tr oprt 2-t
leave Brooson. on TuesJiT: Thursdays and Saturday Thrtadt, Porte folios, Perfumery: the stomach, restngtlem

FOR SALE. s, at 3.10 A. M. Wood and Willow Ware, &c., &e., by t the a healthy simple and rigorous of strengthening action an Plank Road All Right

t A HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WITH These Trains connect with Boat. to and fromCharleston And article in the notion line required by the Southern Merchant. aature, enable the system process to triumph over TITHE undersigned Laving ]Niftilia ,

JTthe out-buildings which are very ,diily and with Boats to and from Savannah every < -- disease. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so JL t res' of the Getirgia P5 n(U lR,

plea'AnUyituatbt on the priociple road limes a week. generally contracted by new letter. and Company,will put the same iir RTHH! traTrlling!1.1.,

and near the Depot within a few mo-&l;;I;! Through Tickets between all the above Stationsand SPECIALITIES.LAwaciicx'i caused principally by the : watr This may be relied on. The r ttrs 4[ t.l. '! .rvducrd

vents walk f the Capitol. It has there- Charleston can be secured bj the daily Boats, "Oaovmss Pxarrcr: Ertu NxtDtxa.: j! LAWI1J: CE'S Start PJ'ss.THI PUIITIII.: .LrllQ lit,6C and diet, will be speedily regulated by a some 25 pel ('ent To persons at EI.Ai
on *o excellent WELL of good water.' and between all the above Stations and Savannah: : COLOCSE. ,: LATRESCE'SGOLD: PESS: ," WAREASTID.LAWRENCE'S brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia wishing t. contract by tie .< SeOci a sui'al.15lion t.d
I. unit Trees de.. which mate it very convenient and at reduced rates by the Steamer Augusta which LAwa ..SOCTHERSEM FAVORITE.: :11! LAWRENCES: LEAD PESCILS: ," ALL CTYLU; a disease which is probably more prevalentwhen will be made. But the rui O credit svsUn .

I desirable to one that may wish for a pleasant situation. leaves Femanrliua <>n Wednesdays and Saturdays, : OSNABURG SEWING THREAD in balls, small and large and on spools. taken in all its various forms, than abused in this region and on fji.fyl I cant ita=d

SW CALL ASD SEE IT. JOHN BOWMAN.Tallahassee. and Savannah on Mondays and Wednesdays.] Also a superior quality of and as represented. Particular attention given to packing. Neat and any other ; the cause of which of may the always Somebody must pay fur using Ih. rfml SJuit t:.

I( Feb. 18. 60. 8 Freight will also be taken by tbe Steamer Augusta All goods warranted equal with to blanks sample for memoranda supplied topurchaiers on application. be attributed t derangements be cured without dig- deductions made to those r\n>imr 3 ant l I ffl\i'.
at two-thirds of convenient Catalogue., tive organs, can
present : 4'-lj STOMACh BIT- trams by the season, when art rsenifnti are n-f.
Notice. desiring to avail themselves of these reduced November 28,1859. using HOSTETTER'S the bottle. For bef-.reband. JE ItE KICllAUDSUicbarJt .

?J WEEKS after the first publication of this rates, should! notice particularly the sailing WOOD EDDY & CO.'SGEORGIA TEES this disease as per directions every physician on will recommend Mill April 9, 'it. 16

SIX the nnder.igned111 apply to the Judge days 01 the Augusta, aud instruct their agents as toslipping. NEW GOODS NEW GOODS. Bitters of some kind, then why not -
cf Probate of Leon county for letters of administration A. SupXFeroaudinA. AND DELAWARE use an article known to be infallible? Notice.
on the Estate of Alfred Bryant deceased! lat.er March 2-1. 1850. 13 -o- Every country have their Bitters asa preventive .
said county. JOHN A. McINTOSU.Glasgow. & Gorman STATE LOTTERIES of disease and Btrngtening o SIX months after date, the undersigned will pr.

Ga., March 10. I860. ll-6w TO PLANTERS!! Myers the system in general and among his final accounts and vouchers lots* JI..
NOW IN STORE A there is not to be found a more healthy of Probate ol Leon county,as adoiiraitrator n ci.
Prize !
4 I GRAND OPENING HAVE and Beautiful Stock Grand Capital $100,000 people than the German, from whom thi .tAte of Jacob StAn deceived, late cf uj

NO YANKEE HUMBUG. of Goods, to which tbey wouldrespectfully 'm' i preparation emanAte based upon scientific county and ask to be dithage tb.M
t OF THE invite attention; consisting of viz: The Grand Extraordinary Drawings fxrimfnt attended to advance WILLA AdaV.

.. NEW STORE MONROE STREET Southern Inventions Gent. Fine Gold Hunting Ca-ed Levers; Gents Fine of Wood, Eddy d t Co.'s Three Number Lotteries will the destiny this great preparation in the October 1. 40-6m ,
Silver Levers Anchors and Lepines; Ladies Fine take place in public, under the Superintendence of medical scale of sience. -
LAWRENCE OULMAN, PaorwiroaCITIZENS Gold Watches; Clocks of all descriptions.! Sworn Commissioners, as follows: Notice.SIX .
-0- Patented June 21rf 1859 RET. JAX" Lava and Coral Setts AGUE.This .
Fine Florentine Mosaic Cameo FEVER AND
Class Ab. 96 Draws Saturday, February 23, 1860. Months after (late, I shall present fish
and and) stranJ my
/ of therein vicinity invited I'KELER, of Tallahassee, Fla. Brooches, Ear Rings, Bracelets, Gold Guard., 'I Clan JSo. 156 VTOKS Saturday, JMareh 31, I860. trjing and provoking disease, w'.iieh fixe ttt ,. and vouchers to the lion.Judge if Tr
are respectfully Chatalaios
\ lojourning
ger and Fob Chains .
Vest Clots A'o. 204 Draws Saturday, April 28, 1860. 00 the bets of .reducing of Leoo adminUtrator the
tv call and examio for themselves my new and .1.1 Gold Guard Fob and Badge Keys, r1te grasp h 1 bate county, as Eu;,
rant Stock of PEELER'S VARIETY STEEL BLADE Diamond, Opal and Ruby Rings, NEARLY 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS. I mere shadow In a short space of time and rendering of John S. Wilex. deceased, late of laid cunnti.
-0- aim physically and mentally nselcs can b defeaan and a-k for a discharge from said admrnistratiua.
Plain Gold Rings Gents Bosom Pins SuIt
:: Iicw driven from the body by the use IIOSTETTIEIRENOWNED JAMES BARHF.LD. Aoke ',.
SHOES & BOOTS EMBROIDERIES cie. Cases, Gold Tooth Picks,Gold and Silver To take place He above specified. B11IEKS.contracted Further, any hen o expend the &T Sept 10, 1859. 37-6m
and a gr at many other articles too numerous to men] *O EQUIRES but one Stock for any kind of a Spectacles. Gold and Silver stated diseases can not b f the Bitten taJ

tioo, adapted for the City and Country trade. now J.. Vi Blade ten of which may be put en, fastened Thimbles, ic; Ac c. 1 Grand Capital Prize ofWIIOLC ordinary conditions producing And as thn It neither create BCEDS01SB.S
pen fur inspection. Purchasers will fin *at this, Establishment and taken ofT, in one minute.Is a used .per dioo. oonice- J
the very Late t Style.of the season.A .- adapted to sod subsoil hi1Jsi eIIDd, general cultivation Silver 'Ware. $1QQcDO name nor offends the palate,and rendering : : : ,

loog experience in this business and first rate eon- and be turned into a doOTle plow it ary any change of diet o Interruption t!D fmrsuits. DIAPERS. Ac.CONSUMERS .
may Plain and Threaded Table, Desert and Table Spoons Prize of nASxs.
with the 1 Prize or '150OuO 100 $1,000 .but soand sleep and healthy
tctii-ns enable the proprietor to progress desired, and is so constructed that a seed] planter maybe .. I'rmote digo
ii ii Forks, / of Lines and
ii 2 Prizes or. 170 Prize DC 6\0 RCH.t'lI' .
20.000 as tIl.de.irous
,r age and produce new and fashionable goods at tbe attached to it, the cost of which will not exceed .. the eoci'bunt] Is thus rond aUl a I C
\J of .
SugarSaltandhiu.tardSpooni.Soup I obtaining yfnuiiu ,
oC good
, Prizes 1,0
IIf the.etasx.ns and the most 2 Prizes of. 10.000 65 sistent! with the production of a thorough a perms .h"ldp"e
peuing thereby keep one dollar. Ladles. Pie Knives, Fish Knives.Cake Knives! 2 Prizes of. 6,000 615 Prizes of 75 cent cure. that the articles they porcjias* are sealed! 'uk
attractive Stock in the city. Every part i is detachable and adjustable to itself. lee Cream Knives Butter. Knives Napkin Rings, 2 Prizes of. .000> i 65 I Prizes of GO advanced 'he full name ol the firm,
Having a lopted the long standing motto I The stock which may be made of common pine Children's Knives and Forks. Cups, Silver Suuff 2 Prizes of. 4.000) I 65 Prizes of 50 For Persons i years J. X. EICHAEDSOX, SONS A OWDr: .

QUICK SAlES AND SMALL PROFITS plank is so simply constructed and there being noweld Bolts, Card Cs.esand_ Port Monaies._ 2 Prizes .f. .. 3.000 i 4.810 Prizes of (0 Who a suffering t.0 an enfeebled constitution & AS a guarantee of the soundness and durability of ti.
in the iron that the whole be InTaluable mtor -
-. w. venture to astonish purchasers with onr low pri. part plow may 2 Prizes of. 2,000 1:2'1,040: Prizes or 20 Infirm body,lbn Btt. .a Goods.
readily put up by the coDLmonest Smith after one PLATED WARE.Tea live of strength and and needs only to b triedto
..s. aDd hope bv strict attention to the business to t: This caution is nol..red essentially
r* eiv. a liberal shar of public patronage. obtaining a correct pattern. SiLts plated on German Silver, Beautiful rat- I 32.396 Fl iz.'s amounting to. ... .. . 2ll86.86 b appreciated. t a mother while nursing, large quantities of inferior (defective nereM.irj' ar., .
Farmers may even fit their present srpply of Waiters.Pitchers these Bitten are indispensable, especially where t. ant Llf'nl
OHLMA5.CWtoUr Castors ,
L. Urns of Silver plated after and sealed
season season
1. 1859. for this stock.PEELER'S. Candlesticks EIGHTHS (2.60. her strength must ;ieId. f
c. Fruit Stand., Sugar Baskets o the ('hl.consequently less cf the injury thus inflicted alike on the Amnirta
Salt Salt Goblets Cups, tc.; tc. I Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow and here it I where a good tonic, such a Ilostetter's consumer awl the manufacturers genu;neCoo,!, '
MANURE DISTRIBUTOR: rates, which is the risk: Stomach Bitters is needed temporary strength
-1 SACKS Liverpool and 608\ Turks Is- t iOlar will not readily abandon a business 1 pr >tiiabt.!
_L 000 land, for sale byMcSAUQIIT ADAPTED to the sowing: and distributing any Cutlery. Certificates of Package of 26 Whole Tickets $299 00 and vigor to the .)lcO. Ladies should bJ all means while purchasers can be imposed <>a wilh tjuaJioriworthless
.. and before
ft ORMOXD. I and fertilizers whether fine or Rogers and Wostenholm's Celebrated Pocket Cu'l 26 Half 149.50 try this remedy for alt cla of de11f. character.

Mew Port. Oct. a. 185'. coarse, cither in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or l lery. Table and Desert Knives Scissors Shears ic.; 26 Quart..r" 74.76 doing aak four physic-Ian; who, i b I I acquaintedwith J. BULLOCKE A J. B. LOCKE Afj-',.
wagnn on a plantation may be readily fixed for this M 26! Eighth 87.37 th virtues or the Bitten, wit recommend their 3A Church St., New Toil. J

purpose at a trifling coet. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. -- use in all casts o weakness. Sept. 24, 1859. 30-ly ;
Gulf & Interior Rail-
City (.tTION.-We caution the public against t
is the of the State Guitars, Violins Flutes Flageolets.': Accordeon Flu- .
, The undersigned now owner ucing of the imitations or coon
f Road Company. Right of F.oridn. for these inventions. The County tines, Banjo. and Tambourines. I cl Wood. Eddy! & Co.'. Single Namber Lotterieswill Urfcius any, but ask for many UOSTETTKK'S Cnll&AT TiE GREAT INVENTION OFTIIEiCB

Rights for tbe following counties have not yet been -ALSO- i take place in public. as follows: SrouACii KITTKES, and see that each bottle -0-

I J1_;=_"t&_; _::_' _wdNOTICE sold riz: Fine Gun! hot Pouches, Powder Flasks, Gun I Class 66 Draws on Saturday, March 81, 1860. his the words .Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach Gear's Machine for Cutting, Planing:, Hod-!
. u hereby given that in conformity with Hamilton, Columbia. Madison Taylor Lafayette, Wails and Caps. Class! 67 Draws on Saturday. April '7, 1860. Bitters" blown on the side of the bottle, and
.f the Gulf City Railroad Compa. Leon. Gadsdeo, Liberty Franklin Calhoun Jackson Alsj, Table ai.-l Hall Lamps. Lamp Globes and I Class CS Draws on Saturday, Apnl 14, 1860. stamped on the metallic cap covering the ding. &c., Irregular Portia in Wood.

SJT, Looks will be opened in Tallahassee at the Storef Washington Holmi s, Walton Santa Rosa and Chimneys, Bronzed Candlesticks, China Vase I'a- Class 69 Draws on Saturday April 21. 1860. cork and o'.lene that our autograph signahire --

It. A. Shine,jr., m Saturday, the 2lst January. Escambia. riots Marble and Terra Cotta Figures.! China towel I Class 70 Draws on Saturnay April 28, I860- is on the label. T'HE underign hns become the owner nf t>.

I, H"''. and at the Store ef 1>1U1'! Ladd, in Newport, The County Rights for the above tamed. counties Boxes, Segar Stand Card Stands Cup. }lugJ'. Ac.: SURLY ONE PBIZE TO EVEEY KIKE TICKEKTS.ORDIN' IT* Prepared and sold bj OOSTETTFU 1 right to use and sell thiS Vblnable nracluie a

I for sobscriptiocs U tie Capital Stock of said Com of this State with the County Rights for the counties Also, Papier Mache Writing! Desks and Work I -.. SMITH, nttsBargh, Pa., ud sold bj a.1 I Florida and he now offers imlivi-Jual and C''Biitf:
pany. of Decatur, Miller and. Early.Clf the State Boxes! Backgammon Bonrds, Clirss Men, Dominoes, ARY DIAWIT& Right to any wo may desire to puri-bas: (be..f' :
The b"..ki will be opened under the supervision of Georgia, are now offered for sale and may be bad Moro-cn Bags', Leather Satchels Table Mats, Japanned To take place as above specified. razzias, rote., and dealers generally .. can seen in operation at any timit

the fallowing C' nmis'iof>er*: (;.n. R. A. Shine, Jostph applying: immediately on such terms as to give Waiters, tc. throughout the [cUe States, Canada,South the ,hop of I. W. Bowen at tb'Tallahassee' R P
Chaires and Daniel Ladd Esq. tbe purchaser! a chance to realize more than ten times Also, Razors, Razor Strop*,Hair Brushes,Slaving 1 GRAND PRIZE OF . . .$30,0001 iaitrlca and German r. Depot. The mncliinw i i. its constructinn-

Jtn. H. 1S1.0. 3I the money for which they can be bought. Brushes, Tooth Brushes. &:e. 1 Prize of. .20.000 1 Prizes of. .$15( 0 SCOVIL MEAD. adapted to f'ut" greater variety elr irregular' fiTM. '
Persons in any of these counties wishing plantation Also, a fine assortment of Head Nets and Hair 1 . 10,000 I 60.f . 600 NEW OULEAHM& L.A., nod "'Irrll't'l than any otl.f yet. TtnleL Its fs-
P. B. BUOKAW'S.LIYERY 1 rigLts can obtain them by applying/;to me at this Pins. W Call and see, at 1" . 6,000 100 . 400 AVIiolcnalc Afcnlf parity is equal t*) tweulr man, *mj in.t aiuifxfwoik ;

I place. or my agent for tbe county which they live.Mr MYERS 4 GORMAN'S.IMPROVED 1"' .. 4,000 100 . 300 51. WASH 6c much mori It occupies but ""anIIJr 0.!
AHD Sill I n"ir..mnri'e; for the individual riirht to- mala --- 1" .. 3.000 leO .1150 Sold by K. BARNAHD.Jr., Tkllahaaace from three to four feel r.
CO., and AMES LIVELY, auaI'fl'imtIM
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. ;-ri'J;;:"ib-e I'kW is $2 per horse, for the Manure 100 . 1004ppr"J.'ifllaio Florida. 4 quires but little power "rit Every \11.,1.0

',., I'ropnetorwotJd in Distributor ?5 e cli. April 9. 1859. 15- neat aixl difficult work in House building. tar.lf
'l'IIE. of the material J of th dock Prizes. )- --- -- -- -- Furniture l ,
his friends and the The cost an making ----- Carriage, Wagon( an flmiy Buiti.irf,
,rub'.i that lee has rebuilt his_ ready for p'oTring, with any kind of a blade, is about: 4 Prizes of J400 appro'j: to 150,000 prize are(1.600 Gifts !"Gifts Gifts !10 Ac.Ac; can be. turned out by it with istor.bLii.j.
arge Brick SUbles, at the old stand, and is now (:!. This iccludcs; both wood and iron work tomplttt. i 300" 20.000 1,200 neatness and spnUh.
prepared to accommodate bis friends aDd customers The cost of tbeadu\ i ij 0\\inp to their weight 4 250" 10,000 a 1,000 JERK mcn.rnJuh -

'He also bas attached t<> hi. Stable, a good Blacksmith and what the Smith charges for making them,which 4 226. 6,000" 900 EVANS &. CO.'S Ifi. 1859. !t-I,
Sliop.where be will have have done all kindsof iii generally lees than is charge for miking any other 4 200. 4.000. 800 GREAT .

Plantation cork Horse ahoeiit.and Carriage work in kind of a (''o'" bl.idr! l-ii'if "ilh"ut'eld, exceedingly 4 1 GO" 3.000" 600 Notice.SJX .

the very l
pitch. I A tok complete with a steel tuMiog plow blade, 6,000 prizes of 20 ar#. .. .... .. 100,000 Iht unc'ersic ied.adminirtratnr nit tlir) e.rl'D.

; Novembers.' 1E53.: 44 scooter and sweep will cost in our eh" pi here about -- TIIIDs.EAI? of Elizabeth. deceased, late of e m
15. The stocks without. the iron work can be fur- 5,433 Prizes amounting (o. .. ... .. (320,000 THE Camphtl. 'lol to tfct
; i ty wi present hI account all v '
j and Harness I
Carriages, Buggies, ni he.l at 20! cents C2lui
| ENTERPRISE IN NEW ORLEANS. .Judge of Probate of Leon c>unt! and ark to kditchargwl.
I, For Sale by P. B. roka w. I i Every where this plow La: been iutrod jced it ha.been : iI WHOLE TICKETS $10; HALVES $5 ; QUARTERS 2.5Q WILLfAM 1ERK1SS,
,'UIIE Subrcriberhas just received avery I Most! Ecmcmical, Convenient and /- Certificates of Packages in the Ordinary Drawingswill HAVING received the strongest assurance of the Dec. 1. 18S9.. 60-Cnt Adrn't
Is rye supply of Carriajrta, be sold at the following rates which is the risk: of our cu.lmer heretofore,by their
.Buggies, and Harne*.. wl'ich b. offers cirnt Cultivator Erer Invented! Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .,80Li continued patronage we would lespectfully inform Notice.

foraal on tl.o mod rcaaauable terms..VovembeMS I A /great; many of the moot reliable and intelligent' ::ELA."IV'TEJC: >B.N S It 10 Half . 40 them and ail wbo are desirous of obtaining a valuable months after date. the undersigned wilt pi-
1854. 46 pldbtrrs of Middle Florida have given certificates of .. .. Quarter .. . 20 lbr.ry. alto fine boots for presents and for the SIX his final accounts and vonctiers to the Jwl s

I its efficiency and are of opinion that ns soon a, its DOUBLE LEVER SCREW .f ii 10> Eighth _" .. 10 parlor that by constant addition t oar Smock, of Probate cf Leon caunty, as acfminislrator no the
DENTISTRY.Dtt. merit. Income generally known it. will be the Only haTe now hand a larger and more choice collection Adam decra cf uii
Cotton Packer. In ordering Tickets r Certificates, enclose the we o estate of Gramling, e'J, late
: i Plow ueJ being not only the most cc.nvcuient, but. of standard and miscellaneous books, consisting and ask be .
amount of to our address for what wish county to discharged therefrom.A.
ii cheapet-t p'ow they have ever seen. SUBSCRIBER NOW OFFERS to the pub- money you of Bibles Boob, Annual! Album., and P.
i 'TilE to the in which wish it Prayer G AdmnJsn.I&&O.
This Plow: has taken the first pren.ium in all Ole Hawthorn' Improved Double Lever Screw purchase; name Lottery yon late publications than has ever been offered in thisity'and 2- PAMLSG.
invested And whether wish Wholes Halves or m
-- j State Fairs it has been entered; aud two premiumswere Cotton Packer you selling at the LOWEST RETAIL PRICES
of which send what is
Quarters on receipt we or-
awarded to it at the South Carolina Slate Fair
for packing ONE OR TWO BALES at a time by tiered by first mail, together with tbe scheme. A GIFT Notice.
I last Fall but I do not want to buy rigths -
; and foresee ed and .
planters either hand or horse power; p Immediately after the drawing, a :Printed Drawing months after date the ,underpinned wiU pr"
upon these recommendations A them to stands without I Worth from 25 cents to ONE HUNDRED DOL SIX
safety in packing it a parallel.t Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent
I his final account and .vouchers the Jic'g i
I buy the right-have tbe plow made: -giren them a farm, with which I LARS. consisting of Gold and Watches, Gold :
have one of screws on my with Si..er ills.
T. J. CUIl LEE I fair trial and if after properly making and using have successfully packed both one and two bales ata I ?an'- Purchasers Explanation.will please write their signature Jewelry. and a great variety of Uerul and desirable of Probate of Leon county, aud apply fur a fiuil Wit
charge from the administration the estate
do I find advertised herein
them' not them as I o
his they lime nnd can safely say it is the best timing; for and their Post Office, and State. will bePresented
"7 OULD return !grateful aekuowledgementsY ;; to return them their This I plain, give County ace liam Grimes deceased late of sai.i county.
1 r T to the citizens of Southern Georgia, and Mid- I pledge: nijse'f motfey. packing Cotton Hay or Tobacco, that has ever been' All communications strictly confidential. With Every Bookat LEWIS Adm'r.
is f-iir rould! ask I AGIfTS'IIUJlUD.
think as they :
as GRIE.
.; JU and Kaft Floiidn. for the very liberal patronage A. J. PEELER Tallahassee, Fla. invented and its operations Deed only be seen to be nr All prizes of 11,000 and under paid i me the time of sale Jan. 21, 1860. 4-dm _
k cfivcd from them during the past five or six believed. diately after the drawing-other prize. at the usl -
I hive Shop in this place exclusively engagedin B.-Do Dot be deceived by traveling eon-
t the of the above a Being sole owner of the patent right for the United time of N. any
lIe will continue thirty days. !
: practice Guns Guns !
making and repairing these plows.: Those! that wish to take advantage of our success
I. lion III tlxHt nt-ctions of country. and lias made ean'I' purchasing States, I am prepared to dispose of rights foi territories If t8F Wood, Eddy & Co.'t Lotteries are drawn at cerns may GuS
piaotalion! rights can be furnished with plowsat be desired.I I to advertise under the same name. To protect our La
arrangements with manufacturers of Dt-ntal of any size that may Augusta. Georgia, and Wilmington Delaware. THE DOW prmanfntyl
1 8 cents iron ,,work 24 cenU pound Friends and Patrons imposition who never tho
per pound per also in having the Screws built in fro may Post-office
als. North, ns to enable him to put up FULL am engaged Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to b
I IeM steel work-which II less per pound than any other this and counties. Persons wishing them have visited our store, we would state that this is the in the most workman-like and prompt manner,.
\ftbe modes. at from to 1 adjoining
teeth any ( popular fifty WOOD. EDDY & CO. Augusta,Georgia.
AKiK/m/flulUrsles* than i i. usually charged for plows cnn be made for in this market built this season will leave their orders at. and for : ONLY .BRANCU OF THE ORIGINALAlSrS make and repairGLflNS.
r ; Feb., I860. 7-to June 80. address the subscriber at Boston, or. WOOD, EDDY & CO.. Atlanta, Georgia.or .
tbe same in the South; (he means what be says.)andS further particulars : & CO.in RIFLES. GVN-LOCKS .
guarantees them to be as DURABLE, BEADTirfL: and Notice. Thomas county, Georgia. WOOD EDDY t CO.. Wilmington Del the South in fact all work pertaining to a Gen or Locksmith.With .
be North South. Oct. 1. '69. 40- m JAMES C. HO WELL. t3f Circulars containing Schemes fur the month to merit
or the above be
r atavicriBLK as can put op We would respectfully give as reference editors qualifications expects
Thote in need of his service, can, by dropping a SIX months from the first publication of this m| I will be sent, free cf expense by addressing as above. of the Picayune, Delta, O. th liberal patronage of the eten of this place M

not to him at either Mout'ccllo; or Madison, Fla, the undersigned administrator of the estate Nathaniel Hamlen FULTONl'OitNDRY( and Delta of this city. T v surrounding country.

hue tbe work done, and time to teat it befan pay- of John Parkhill deceased late of Leon county will I Those who are unable to visit our Store,can realize l. tST N. B. GOD locks always hr sale on band

tag for it.Uf present bis final account to the Judge of Probate of COMMISSION MERCHANT, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. all the advantages of dealing with this establishment AUUUSTUS BROWX.

The best references given if desired. Leon county and a.k to S.be M.discharged PARKHILL Adm'r. No. 38 Pojdras St., New Orleans. -0- by sending their orders by Express and they March 26. 1859. IS_
Desember2. 1858.J Z2 ,
will be promptly filled and cent with the corresponding
-0- JOHN CARDY", Provrietor.o .
Feb. 18. I860. 8-6m GIFTS by the first return Express. Insolvent Notice.STATE .
rrTINXO &- ) ENGINES f.oro. 6 to 86 horse 'power person ordering TEN or more Books at OF
HOGUE & AflTAKER .James E. Broome n
\ % Tanahaste Fla will receive GIFT and BOOK extra.
: il STEAM a a .
% Gen. 1L A. Shine J r : order, of the best rnaterial and workmanship Waknlla County. r
\J J'te.:t ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS A.B.NoyesEsq, I FU and as cheap as can be purchased in New' t Circulars address.,with a List. of our Books, will b RM.: SPEUCER, administrator of the fto t

4 FACTORS { R. M.: Spencer Esq. J Newport, York or any Northern city and laid down in Florida. t any EVANS .V CO., Pelt. late of Waknlla county,
AT x.a.w' John J. Snelling, Quincy Fla. Castings for Saw Mills,Grist Mills.Gin Gearing, Ac. No. 9 street Canal. ceased, having filed in the Probate office of r

AXD formed n co-partnership in the practice of Gen. Won. Bailey, Jefferson county, 11 Ac., constantly on hand. Sugar Mill. from 12 to 18 New Orleans Jan. 1 60.Camp 2-Sm, near county a written suggestion that he believe" t
; HAVE, and will attend to any professional business J. G Putnam Esq.. Madison Fla.Augustus inches in diameter always on hand,or made to order. elate of said William Pelt to b insolvent tbef

QDtlltr l Commission mjjants entrusted to their care Steele Eaq. Cedar Keys Fla. Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing for graveyards NOTICE TO ALL notice is hereby given to all pn.having cla*?>>*
D. P. HOGUE. PERRY AMAKER. Daniel Bell, Esq.. Hamilton county, Fla. Ac.Jobbing; against said estate to appear a the MOM
c NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF May 1.1858. 18 Ed. Remington; ,Esq.n iUe Qeo work of all descriptions executed with --- the Judge of Probate of said county C erbtfort 1
C P. HANCKEL 1 Ed. J a neatness and desptXch. All orders addressed to lit of July. 18 0. when there will b,, a pro rit t*
I W. )l TUXNO I ? Notice.ALL Jack J.Marahidsq, Duncanvllle x GeaN John Cardy, Tallahassee Florida, will be promptly TN returning his thank for the very liberal patron- tribution of said estate among the creditor!of P

1!. R. TUNNO.Cbarlezton, C. .'T. !O. 1858. 47__ attended to. JL age heretofore upon him. the undersigned estaU.
E. W. NOWELL J JTN person. Laving claims or demands of what- I (er: Terms Cash..tO: would respectfully inform the public that b H. L HEMERSOy.Judge of rrt.

--.1 character against the estate of the late Blacksmith Notice. -0Special -- still continues theCAUIIIAGE Dec. 81. 1889. 68- m__

the absence of one of our firm, Messrs. D. C. Hardy Bryan deceased, are requested to present TSTotioe.II BUSINESS
I. I; JL Wilson t Son Tallahassee. Fla will represent them, properly authenticated, to the undersigned In all its various branches Notice.
.ltCotton within two from this, date or they will be 'AYING purchased the interest Joseph Cardy
us, receive and advance designed for years of IhI'
upon at the OLD STAND 8-- to estate
t barred and all those indebted will make 11 the Fulton Foundry, as well u all accounts opposite ALL pen t
lolL HANCKEL TDNNO & NO WELL, payment i mak
the business will hereafter be'Con the Book Str r I:. Dennis, d d,will J 8'!
immediately. L. C. BRYAN Acting Ext'r.March due ,
Charleston S. C. cern and aU
and hopes by strict meat thereof Dr. K.Leonard, Pjoos
Those indebted will please attn
come T.
10. 1860. 11-Sw ducted by me.
Jan. 28. J860. 5 Sentinel **
tJF copy. forward and settle their tion to bit husi j baring any claim damaad again
accounts.JOHN CARDY. merit a etiOo f a state will present the same l
i I GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION Notice.SIX January '1. 1860. 2lyNotice. share of the public pat- < to said Themes L Lr wbo has Ur'

-0BONEY months after date the undersigned will pre. ronage.He. tb&and i"nig I a
I. hi* final account: and vouchers to the Judge would also in mate concerning said 'a
& LLOYD'SPATENT of Probate of Leon county and apply for a final discharge BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL ITS demand chums form the public thai be H to present claims or demand witb.mfrnmthisdat.thienotieewillbepheadedm Iy"e
THE hiving
BOTOTERN from the admininiatratioa on the estate of will be earned on as heretofore, at the I ALL pn John B. Griffia,o deceased,aiOt of b fitted up a room at his shop for taking t"

Mary }L TowDsend deceased, late of said county.LYMAN OLD STAND, by tbe undersigned, woo return I Georgia, are requested to any recovery thereof. *
county UOTO &PflSZ
I; JL.evv: : SMITH Admr. thanks for and solicits a continuation: of the public them to the ex-officio administrator, ELLEN A DEN5B h dt's

March 10, 1860. 1l6mBLACKSiii'iiiffG patronage heretofore so liberally extended. ? within the time uenige law-properly antheotieated Picture taken from a small size up to a cabinet F..b 18. l86 (SllNotc.
t <' Patented Dec. 27th, 1859. I July 1. 1869. 30 D. C. WlI ON.Executor's t they reure indebted and life size DiCFEXKioTTrn copied enlarged
| o wi W; ad a person a
will to life size, either 0 paper 0 .ready for
mk met _
call the attention of the to
public oar DOW
WE Notice. Sheriff Leon Co, painting. WM. KUHNS.O I
; feeling satisfied that it j* the most SUBSCRIBER gives 00- : SAUNDER Administrator.Tel Call and examine THE teauiaeot of 'J
T" men$ ..tO: ) krtl last Will )
I valuable and economical i in'Ten- that b. baa hi. under the last E f 8u a
t ; eoor eoi* t, plow yet ;ZTBE opened subscriber having qualified ,. 18, I860. Jan. Hooatoon, Leoa
I ted.aDd cuist. when it baa been tried, lupercede all SHOP again inoorrnecticv THE and testament of Thomas Laversage.deceased 8wNotce. U.186. J notice deae having elai eltI'a

I other This it the opinion of experienced planter with his LTTUT STAnD, where be wil late of Leoo county hereby give notice to I g.whatsoever a p ** tb. estate
I who bar examined it. We are.are prepared to Veil hue done all kind of Plantation and Carriage work alVpeisons having claims aDd demands,of whatsoever and Potatoes '

,t -I JWl'at..&Ad call the special attention fit the public -ALSO- nature against said estate,to present them, properly I CJK WES publication of this OOOSaO e to present &e. kr properlT law or ate tMI I t
that those wisbinf may secure them soon. The plow HORSE SHOEING in the very beat manner attested within two year u the law require, or O Da. te will apply to tbe Judgeof LIVERPOOL SALT 600 te tm pm Ux&bUdreqnctw
and wiU leave will be barred and all indebted to said : Leon county for leUer.Ofadmninjstra. I Tur'a Island 50 bbl.. ilrctr bre; ad a penoiu
f fan: l> seen at Lloyd w* pattern c 0 and will us* every endeavor to have work they ; persons ,
.!ittiit>utd di.Teretit; place! very *oon.KOXKY done with dispatoh, and to snit customer. estate are requested to make payment immediately lien 0 the Estate of George N.Her. dteuefllte sod Pick Eye Potato, just Undirg and trValeby payment imeaely. .HOU TO\"
)J : A I.LOYD.J.'J P. B. BUOKAW. W. K". SWAIN Exfr. .f said ounty. ROB IJTR. j' BEARD (F tLU(. I Qisahi6e'l
I FcK 58 80.WT1.l.TAM tIPc.r
J.'J I. 2-It January 1. 1849. i reb.ll,1810. t-8w reb. 18,18 0. l-l w Dee. in, 1529. .9 -h




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