The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00398
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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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_;I t;::5flt!:) niftBASH J5i1r55. : I tLl1rbiLILSS f: ArES & LIVELY, STATE OF' FLORIDA.GOVERNOR. -- Division- of Leon County- P. L. VIAiDEN Ib I CHANGE! _OF____SCHEDULE.-_ '.

$ W'llOJ11.1 iF: A.c ) RETAILARK ,..d4 -oJ' IN TO I i>Fi Eft IN f Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo.R.rlLROADS
: & CO. / MILITIA BEATS. Cloths! $ diulvn
-t,: -.i : iTALLA.ASS.EE,- : ilaftt! rs ( | ] .

It V .\ L T: B I \ p i? 0 C ii L ATION8t TN PURSUANCE of an Act entitled An Act to ,
I J_ nmeikl the Militia and Patrol lat s of this .Stht*. StrrliR? Silver, Fter I'latfclMiroti W:1rr.r. I ._ _._
r.'r.s TOil I 22. IbCu.*" mee'.ii.ir: f t-! I : .. E .. ;
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Ys"S, I B..irl if 1t.IIfr!Y CI, i'"t'rl .-f Lets e-i "'J. ,| ._ J: LLi4. ,),. l. r.'t. ., I _--.f' 1-.J''S4 i4t" J .; .

',: '' ..TrlTi' R i held March: I I'JitS 1 ordered that} L..M.. | T\U t 1' \ I i. t. .r" \, I ata.II !!IId.
OILS 1 J CGf "I ti- tiny cvenirp 25lh. If CO
.I. Lit31 I
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T ) 1''rtiie of the flrotl.infis f of ON
the n Jen n'll.
I rtn I county l-e arid it is hereby ci'i.le into the! f.f.Hoving WOI..n'I1.,;. 11'"o/.i: v'" Ot :; I I..- Curs ill \\ru\r and run at follows vie;

II-1.'\ mf.orll t I' j jf' ristUtnJ .!, t.u'.fi'. I JL2., rid l\"Ir'I, v <.i tHs Stile.' etiL!..| An act { di'c'jbe'l l :.Iiui:!, ,. Iteat!. to i I 3. iso'; N L<'ate lali.ih.toee" ", ,, 4.00 P. M.
\, I t atiuifl tie li.i i i h :1.1 I Pitp .\"* I 111.!.State." -id consist of the 1st Justice I.
,"'" I, 'vrn ''In.l #'10" ,< ."II.'fIt .I.IIC ;i The lit Beat : Arrive M..nticello .. . 6.13 P. M.Leme .
: -.I' .r.'y ....;...ill..I.I.r.-: ..raIo,m'i 15 n\.1 I Koriilrr,. :'if.I l l't. |I. \D1SON I ( **. Fott !;:'a'leii Lisuicf. unbracing all tt.t;1'l't.f tc! Dissolution.rpni Till.lit.s.c.! .. .. . 933 A. M,

: ,'. t. I,. ro .:\:..:: roo 't:1.'J fi' .. .tii'|'!'i. Tiieiiv. I. PLJiUV.,.(i..m..r F.r..I..! do! drreta, ".rIrfHielection i 1 ""\:ty West (.c a line commencing the Ft-rlicY I Arrive nt St Marks . .. .ll.flO A. M.Lo'a,1" .
.1 ,::1 10. r24'tIiIIi.I2 !.. I t InM i tin th. iir:t M..iul.iin"May next I Pureh"e line on the Okl..k.>lt.e r".r. and followin ? mpartiKrship if 1IAYWARD A SON Tallahassee! .. .. (.(ij A. M.
.. ? 'Uli 1" fir all tin- Iui-MD.; Itii.ade. Keimental ami Coni- I.i.lline to the i tht'rc following JL 'all li"solved March Is f, 1.! the retirement of Arrne at (1.lnllll.tnhD .
; : c Ap-i 53 H.E. ? I 6. 8 f>O A. M.Leare .
LA pany.1ieers f the Milit'aof; ,the Slat. a. Hows : I said B.i se hue; lo Range line W.thcnce South with, T. Hajnurd. who ,I.fires to close up the l".:,n,osi of M.i>tirel.! > .. ... . lot, A. M. S
Fur -iie Major Orner.ll of the First Unison of the said: Rirc line to the Wukulla line. To be enlVd: tiltI"te firm as speedily as 1".il.l111"8 j
H. DERRY itow neuMnp n lar,e six I fresh supply of I ; I at Tahiihe'ee.. .. 905 A. M.L"iivt .
Slate of Fl .nJ.c..ml".d|> of that of the State of Militia iihl}.l tedt 1 them ate peetfuiy: solicited to come
part the 'ort Braden B at. Place >
variety <.f.>itiel! ,>s kept by Dru"gi iels.I LolJing > $t Mark[ . . ?.00 P. M.
Aaclioaecr and C01nlission 'rLAXTLK77J'Sf Wee of tl.e Sun ainiec River.Forme ; eleeti'>ns-Fort Itrtdon. withont delay and pay thrir ilu**. Oi.e f the', firmwill I Arrive at Tallahassee 3,"S 1M.
/.I .V<. Maj'T (;en'raJ..r (the Refund Divi i. of .' ( funil lit their ,1-tllll"l row necn- '' ''
I n The 2nd Beat ill con ist of the Cud Justice "'nn a. ( ( Leave
fjiMMlman Station 5. .. .. 4.3 J P. ).
MERCHANT.W.M. I and .411,. *ill nh"af.nJ at this tbtaLl.-'unent; a ed if that, purl of the or TaSUhaf-w J I'l-tricf.' (t-mbrncinij T" wn.hip 1, N, pie by X F. HAYWARD) t. mtendtotl.e collee- Arrive at Tallli.i'see. .. .. 7.SO P. M.

1 '.;.'H'' ... 1"1rl't.. !. ISr.r.; :t. I full supply <)1't"u.ry'tLing iwed.-il in our line and on Mate llnst: ti( tiio SU\l'IIJUtC Jtutr and known as 1:I. F. and T. 1 N, R 1, W t'lt.'ln,11 of T.wu.l.il ti..n tit the aforesaid tlucs. Connoting with, Pout Cuaehps Mont'relln amiGooHniiiu's. I

4s liberal Icmis as tt-v! can be had in any SouthcinMarket. East and South Florid N. 2. W, wl'inlhl"' (mnt\o 1n. T. HAYWARD A SON. Station 6. dmilv. except: at Mc'ntkellscn! 01-
U. 3IcI>O.MU( & 1'0'S., OrddecouijMMed M' K.,rU.I'n,,.hj... lin.. To 'tm c! l the Talla.l! March 3j'M. 10 S-'entii.el coj.y.A. Sunday and Gondmnu's Station 5, .n Moni'ay.
h-fHlrd to aixl filled villi tie) i-inie rorri-ctrH. as if of the Militia the Counties of E.'c.ini'j'' li.is-'ee Brat. Place of IItiu Militia electionsT.il4ha'.uc. AND ALSOConnertirg

; liiing [ (Goinmissioa ilousf, p>-r mw<>y pur<.iiai>vd by CuAtomers. To Cash and Santa li"f a. Walt<.ti. Holmes, Washington, J Jark.ton F. HAYWAED7"HAVING
n'itlll'\t Coneb to New Port arrival
prosnpt time bur, Wf feet eifi..! >r.t in 1:1i i iti!; we Franklin rrH Call,oun. The 3rd Beat trill.consist of the "rd JU'il'r! on
1\o. 102 NASSAU STREET FIT Ili!!i'atkrncrah of the Second purged T. A YW Ann .PON'S of. and w IIK-'I' returns before the departure the .
can tare tin!..utire batLHtrtion. Our STOlK coin one Pilule. Ccntrrville, J'I"lr..t. nobra'-in, !; Township 2. N. U 2.
NEW YORK. of the; Mii'.tia!: .f th Counties ; \ mi cellaneou" stork of goods intends Train; and n ith! (the line of Mail Steamers between
...- c-ompoced i of Oa Urtna. Dye. StulT. Lil>erty. Leon Waknlla, Jefferson, Ta,lor, MadNon Tunnhip 3, N, lw 2!. E.except Sections- 12, 13. 24. keeping general assortment ofPLANTATION New Orleans Key West and Cuba and intermediate
\.1\', -emetits i TI ill IKrecci*' 'l..lidn
Vat O/Lr., 25 an I .0. To Incalled the Cenlrex'ill"neat GOODS
i-M I.I tl.lirHT.| 'Un.ieal4. Putty, For ne J Ilritaier General of the Third Bi'gade, ot h.il Iditig! Militia ecctiuna---Centreyihle.! to Key West In the fib and 2nd or 3rd of e.eh
,\.: !II. 11':4 of tie Militia of the duntii-s of La/fa AND month and arriving at St. Marks on .their way t<)
.-- -- '- rfjincryt. Huriim-: Fluid composed }die The 4th Beat will comprise tlie 4h( Justice or
tccnnaPAPY raint Cainphine. Levy. Suwannee, Columbia New Hirer, Alachu.iami Lake Jack.on Township 2. N. Gorooorlos, New Orleans on the 1Mb and 29th of each month.
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-- Oils Glass Ware, Na"au. I l.Ti and Township 2. and that put Which shall be sold i II low as can possibly lx afforded Passengers for }Montirello or points North of that;

fine top. I Window (Has-. For one ipadier General the Fourth Tlrigvle, Township 2, N, R. 2, W, in laid county : also the in l KM mark t,1tnd certainly as low as any other will take the 4 00 1' }f. train.

5: ARCHER, Tiito Tooth and Hair ilinufaetur Tobacco compo!ed of the Militia! .,( the Counties, of Puval, 5'h Ju-tice or Iam ni4 District,embracii.,Township i st.-ibliabnieut in this city. will Passengers for (Goodman": or points East of that
_11orn.cys 1; Lavt7', Jtu-LN: Patent Mohcines, Clay, St.JohiM. Patnatn Orange, Urctard Voliisia, I 3. N, H 1. E. and that portion Township 3. N. li. TEEMS CASH OK WheN CALLED FOB. Call and TIle train the 6.00 A. M. tram.
Paint r'J-lltll. | Fine Havana Segara, Sampler and Marks I 1. W, said county. To be called the Lake J ach'.nB.'at price them l efore purchasing cIIewl.ere. will not run from Tallal.as to St.
T.\I.L.lU.\--'il i:, n.
: 9. !'iR. ,'... 28 "uit..1 l to I'l.iiitation, and Fiimily use. composed the Counties ot Jlernando, Hillsborough, Can-V L. VINbON, Assl Sup't.

runt AMNLs it IH XIIlE-for UCDKISAL purposes. Manatee, Dade and Monroe. The 5th Beat trill comprise the C'b' Justice orIlel Just ReceivedPER -March 21. 1560. -- 13
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A. SHINE Jr. -ALSO- For one Colonel one Licnterant Colonel and one l Air Vittrie to-wit: Township 1. S. It 1. W,
300 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. Major. for each Krgiment a* fuilom s: and Ton hip 1. S. R. 1, r. ano Township 2. S.It NEW ORLEANS STEAMER : For New York. 1f '

A L1.C1iOD.C01r : 1>. II AMES, lot LIVELY. For tho l-t lU-ginwut, composed of the Militia of I. W, nnd Township 2. S. Il. East To U ACON SIDES 'l1I1E Bark SAM'L }MOXLEY Holm, will load

>'ly t t. I9.SUPERIOR. 20 E-eam'iia county. the Del-Air Beat 1Iac holding Militia elec: _L-) Canvassed Hams, J_ with despatch (or the sheet port. For freight
For UK 2nd Uc inunt,composed of the Militia of I
( f II SION IEnCIL\XT : ; ti. niU..1.Air. Family Flour, applyto BEARD d PENUAM.St. .
BURNING FLUID, Santa Iloi-a ((.untv. The 6th Beat'i comprise the 7th Justice or Mess Pork.10B.irrel M.1tklMarch 17, 1860. 12

1'LLAHA"SEE. FIjOUIDA.CALE For t I.. Jrd! ., Ufgitr.nit composed. of the Militia of Istr:1 DII .mhrcn Township 1. N, It. 2. E Whiskey. A. F. IIATWARD. -.-

-- CAl\I.IFHENE, Walton cv)i.r y. I and Township I, N. 3. Ej; and also the Oth March 3. I860. 10 Sviitintl "t'PJ.S.A.LEJ U. S. Marshal's Safe.BY
DAY3-EVEHY SATURDAY For the 4ih; Regiment ewjpose d of the Jlililia of ti 'or St. Marks District Township 1, S. .
rIJhosEE: : v it,A it n OILS cm1Jr:1l'il1
-- -- Wa-hington and Holmes counties. li. 2. E. Township 1. and Township OF virtue of A wiitof fi. (1. sned from the
'. |T.r. l.:. :..,.. iul ru.1.. I t'. Ins eare wiJl me. t Fursalpbv AMES J: LIVELY For the f>th Regiment composed ..f the ililitia of 2. S. R. ant, To be called the St. Marks Beat- .'* (lilies of the United States District

\ '0.. : t..iuj'l altt HI.on. Cu jIIUlclil"i r*.jH'_ 20 Franklin: and Callioiin eouuti s. Place of holding Militia electiuua-IL IL Station 1. Internal Improvement Lands. Court fur tli.- Northern District of Florida Tullu-

'i. ,L The Original Extract Quality For the fith Regitneut corop.-fed of the Militia of The 7th Beat trill consist of the fctli Justice or h.i"/ec PivL-ion wheiein C'lnrlcsL. Miirtiii plsin-
order of the Board of Trustees of the Internal
,;' : Jackson ur and .Time '. Dunlin
: j countj. Miceosukie District, and trill embiacc Township 2. B is defendant, I have Kvitdiifion
-- Corn Starch Fur the ;ith Re imcbt composed of the llilitia of N. R. 3, E.and Township 3. N, I 3, E, and Sections Improvement Fund, notice is hereby git'en that, .I ami will expose for sale, in front of the CourtHouse

J. M. CALLAWAY G.iil.vlen and Lilierty ""nntjc'or <. J. 12, 13. 24, 25 and 36, of 'owIl"i 2. N, R. 2, E. all lands confirmed to the Kate of Florida under the I. .lovr in the City of Tallahassee! on the first

TDRErAHED expressly f"r Puddinps, Ice Cream } the 8th Regiment composed of the Militia of and Se'tinl 12. 13. 24. 25 and :SC, of Township 3, act September 4.1&U.eomm..nly( designated Mondny in May next within legal hour, the inter-
(, ;;;0. Li: iL f03131 IO()\ lImflU1T, _1_ Cakes Ranee Mange Cu -tard", Pics. Port i ice. tellereived Leon county. N. I 2. East. To be called, the Miecosukie Beat.. ternal been Improvement Lands ) whiih have not heretofore I .-t of the drf..nduut in the following descritetlpr'pi'ify !

fresh by AMES A LIVELY. For the lull Regiment composed of the :Militia of of holding Militia elect ii *-Miccowkie. 'fTtred for sale will be subject U> private i to Wit: Lilts SO" (lSigliteri.) and nlnv-
T..o IVw Atorr. Avi A LIVELY.T : > from ami after the fist .
1859. 21Congress entry diy June with
May 21. akuila next I teen ((19) latIn, old of the City Tullaha.'se '. .
county. The above dt-seubed Justice Districts, fio 110 9, )) plan 'sE'!
';- .\NTLY m haml llIftlt receiving frt'.H np For the 10th Regiment composed of the Militia of inclusive! each. respectively, constitute 1 the exception .I t the "Georgia Fractious. LTinlllII the property of naiJ defendant) RII-}

< ,j'.f, j rr..isi" M< ami) Fainity; < r.e < NIK ., Water. .J"f'TIIOfcount v. L.tL District i one School District from and after ole Pt'rsotl"'IIin 'iniproveaitiils on any ofsaid laiMh to be sold to satisfy a.ii writ according to law.

I I i-i .* d vt.t: pwMln iw fill: vr.icnelm For the nll-t'lt"r'mt'ntcompo1lcd Militia of the -1st of will hive the"prrfviince in cntenujj the saute, provided E. E. m.ACI.mrr.X. U. S. Marslial.! by
'. \ av.1 1 *t ilx I ; 1 1. -. t market piic*. C.HIBi .\ FRESh Stl'I'LY.ju.t rerrivetl nnd for sale MidNon.! TavW' and Ljifiyette courities. Apri Dext enduin. the prf of such in.pror' '..meat tc filet! ou or JOHN II. RHODES, Deputy ManJuLM .

.... .' an.1 I .11 url'r I, c. "It'L.1.,1: t. 144 i.1f' Iy AMLS .t LIVELY.May For the 12th lrmlcutcon'11Osr: .I of the Militia i of Attest by: orJlr te A. P. MAKER. before the first of June. Where tw-i or wore 0"DImproverul.'t" _M. :>. is O. 14-tda
.': i .,...;.. |f -. I?:?. 20White Hamilton county. Fre Com'rs Leon "u the same tract. the person :clua1Jy're8iJing --- -- -----
Board County county.
1 -r .,ill, ti i&t< > :rc r".itftfuiIicJ| % ; ; tu ---- F.>r the lotli: Tlo iment composed the Militia of Sentinel! and to l"t of May uuxt.: on said tract \\'ilIllnve the prtrfcnnco-otlier- Tax Sale.
.. .... i. IJCful'. Lead. # roIY publish wise, the on first making such improveiixnt will
.ind pfr
t-M pii'V my" "" : pure : Colnmlna NVw li"'r: and Stnvaniwe, counties. March! 17, 1 12 N of .
1 ordinance
of the
S.O. pursuance an City of TallithiBe -
: Err article uon.iuU.-d to b* as 'I'l"- the 14ti! be prtf. rreil Tn ca"es conflicting the contejtin
: I''J For cf
: t! .. TDURE EXTRA and No. 1-Grornd in pure LJoI. Regiment, compjbd tIle Militia of parties 01,1st present the ci.lenreupon which their L ', I will cell for enth.I in front of the Court
pur''I3Et'r. I. jeed Oil. just received and! fur sale by Alachua co-inty. OrdinanceTo Cairn based House door in the City Tallahassee, Leon County .
I ;. ;.t'!I. 16 For the 15lh Regiment composed of the Militia of A i* before me on the first of June, that a
-- --- AMES tt: LIVELY. decision be made their claim on the 7th lay of May next for taxes due sailcity
may spective
May 21, 1SS 21 J Nassau county. cf Chicktn FiyJitlny vltLln upon for the years 1858 and 1859 the following
A. J. PEELER'S For this I Cth Regiment composed of the Militia of upprl.limit* cf the City f T'J.loluu.'e. From my decision: an appeal lien to the B<.a.rd of Lot- or so miu.li Unroof will be sufficient
- --- a to
Tru From and "
'Ue nfer: the first of June, the Internal pay
r.IOXS. Guam and Current Jellies.: Prunes.J Clay and Duval counties.For 1. fie it oJa'r,1 Lv. tie Inttinlmt and said taxes to wit: Lots Nos. 2 t 6. Northwest
I.03ncll" will b
:. .V & COLLECTION Ol FICrJT.LLAII. SECTION Improvement cold raIionly
I I Pears. Sardines Pickled! Osters Brandy: Peach the 17ih Rrgni) <- it. composed of the Militia ofSt "clof acid City, Tt from and after ten per ccuL being reducted from thi fur former tlition; half( No. 15 Jc 16 north'half county qr;
Johns and Puteirs counties.
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and ; the o : practice of pitting N H. 271 d. :272, north addition Nos.
es, IVeserved lemons, Oran( 1. Pin Applt-s postage price. ; 86, 87 .t 88. -
\' : i.I:< ;i'rl't'i .ie in the Cini.il CV'n.t."rr.\II..I. len. i Ginsjer,Green; Gage Marmalade Lemon Syrup I Uasp- For the I ftll liegimunt composed of the Militia of chickens! for fight oDd causing them to figlit within I aLto hereby notify all personsaim indebted (to north addition: No. 51 south half County qr.; No*.

\ i, .<::. W akuU*,JtUr! *<>u yii-i M.T!I.- '!!. nnd berry do. Strawberry do, Piue Apple do. and GiaCVT Marion county.For the aforesaid limits, shall b considered a nuisance, the Trustees instalment nutes are for the 40
1 |l'I"01 i '| U the oJltituio t.( nous atnl nci d'. R,.pberrv' Vinegar. rl'ellhalmoll, Lobster, the 19th Regimont.composed c.fthe Militia of and is hereby pr.hibitd of Internal upon Improvement or ,given and Oi-er purchase fonuty qr.; No. 3S. north addition: No. 94, Old

"inv, !.,said; Conutie. hIsdt1.ck.] II.iU! ut nn.l tLad. Assorted I'jcklcs, Suiuter Yutl1siOran and lircvard 1 counties. SEC. 2. Be oinrd That any person flowed Lands that snid notes have Swamp been under orderof Plan) ; No*. 58 A 65, Northwest addition; No. 257
< I i.lxv; in the the.I..ur.-f the For the 20th Repmont,computed! of the Militia ofLevy shall be Ji
: : Captuj. opposite Jjeotch Ale and Porter. or persons offending tLil the Board turned over to the Treasurer Mr. C. II. 258. 20'J 2CO, north addition ; 'half of No. 29,
11"(0.. '.r..I..illt... 30,000 Havana Segars. Ilernando, Uillsborough and Manatee subject to a fine of not less than ten nor more than Austin, who is authorized to receive the fur rorth half county qr; half of No.26,No. 61. Northwest
: '". 'j.l";'', -tr AMEs LIVELY.- ties. fifty dollars for each and every .offence at the discretion the money addition coil Lot No. 14, north addition.
same. ITI'OII A. CO RLE Y,
-- -- May 21, 1P5C 1\. 21 For the 21st Regiment, composed of the COUU'I of the lutendant. One half to go to the Marshal] Salesman of the Board JOHN Il RIIODm. City Manltal.
: of Trustees
__ __ ____ Dade and Monroe countiiS. i. all offcndinp Mirch3ll8G)
FIRE INSURANCE 'n' -- who hereby required ti arrest persons so i'f the Internal Improvement Fund. :____ _31-till I Mle.Jay_ _
For one Captiin. one First Lieutenant: and one and the residue to the use of said city. "
TTC; nuc: AXD IJKI\E I i.\siKA.\rc( CD.TKN Cod Liver Oil. Second Lieutenant of each Beat Company in iverycjurty Passed March 12th, 1860.D. 5? Standard Florida Newnnriille t'IJ.ttnel.] Eastern Di- patcli.Herald Home Jacksonville Companion Sale of Real 'Estate.

\ Y!,-,\\.. "T71RESII AND PL HE of the. celebrated "DraDd," cf the State. P. HOGUE, IntcndanL aol Tampa Pen-usular, till Juuc 1st. pursuance of an order issued from the Probate

I IV AMES i LIVELY.Mav the insp.tors in due time for said March 17. 15GO. 12
For neecisary -
sale l ------- -
F. II. FLAO(;, Ag<'nt y of the estate of William R. Kf an, de-
"',pI'I..n.: .. )>,*,.?fl'.rEdward Is. l-5-. ftl !I. 1859. 21 election and make returns of the same in the manner For Sale ceased, late of said county will proceed to sell at*
I raid Act of the Gent ral ,
prerrribed! by Assembly
An Ordinance
public sale to the highest bidder on the first Moo-
l'ST RECEIVED nuvplyof Mrs.ALLEN13: i approved JJccemlier 22J 1839. A VALUABLE PLANTATION IN JEF- ill before the Court
M. West day May next House doorin
eJ Hair Restorer and ZilobalsamumF In testimony ,thereof have hereunto set my To Repeal *o much of tJie third Settintt of an Or,,;. FERSON COUNTY. city of Tall.il.as!ee, the following described lands lhe be-

!.UCT10NEER& COViMISSHN 'MERCHANT sale by AMLS & LIVELY. band and caused to be affixed the greatL. ,nanc entitled An Ordintmee morr rjfeduaftif toprcrct4 ''pIIE Plantation called WIRTUIXI.. on Like Mic.J [ longing to said c deceased or so much thereof .
May ?1. 1 '59. 21 [ 6.] seal of the State of Florida. Done at theCspit1 the dislurliny of the public rare aNd qood o"luide.4 miNI tiom Monticello! and 2J miles be tn th debts. said as.may
T.I.L.1IASEE. H.i ..\. -,--- -- in the Cite of T Tallahassee this 7th order of the City of Tallakafr, jniMed UthJune. from the Pen. A Geo 1 i1r"r.tI. H offered fur sale.- necessary ":1' ot (estate to wit:
The S i of the N K J. anti S E J of tho N W 4 and
atttnuoii Consiirnment i tn 1.! of March A. D. 1860.M. 1841, U Iiereixafler proticftd. It contains 2.340 ,
IOM1'T!: civen to Linseed Oil day acres i'f land? of hieh 13 or Iff N Wr and of
1 i I..r t .- Lv; .I l ', English S. PERRY. hundred cleared antI under thf-SEi.; NEt the S W 4. mSee.
ire lUxiius' licit ( SECTION 1. T. 2. N R. 2 W also the S J of the S E
'St.io. [(1).17. I INV.'. V, A liThE ARTICLE untied and raw. For sale Governor of Florida.By of the City of 1"/l by the, Cask or gallon. the GoYemor-Atfet-t: so much of the said third section as requires merchants Smoke House and other out bou fs. and good less. Terns made
arrc more or known on the
OTTO LANGE7"WAT AMES A LIVELY. F. L. VILLEPIOCE, and shop-keepers to pay a special license tax framed! Oia House, 40 by 50 feet : StiMes. Con Sale. R. SAUNDE1JS. Sheriff, dayof

MyJM, 1P31_21Compound___ Scci-r'ary of Stile. to sell any of the articles enumerated in the first anti hone, Overseer's House, and quarters (.r Rio ngroes. and tx-officio administrator.
*.* All papers in the State copy four times and tecotul sections of said Ordinance and designated as For many y ars past this plantation has been March :SI. 1850. 14-tdt

CII 1\IAIER Gentian semi bills to the Executive Department.March deadly weapons| be and the same hereby repealed : cultivated by C,.! R. 11. Gamble and has made aspood --- -- -.--- -

10. SCO. 11 2roridid That nothing in this Ordinance contained I en-p as any in the neighWhood.luf.irmatioii Marshal Sale
And Je'vveler, 1:w'itw& tG shall be BO construed as to authorize the wearing of in regard to the character of the plies City ,

1&.NTLttLI.O, FLA, r 1 lIE E BITTEKS are an infallible remoly for Charles M. West such wenpon* concealed as prohibited by said Ordinance i. can be obtained from Co! Gamble and Mr J.J. Hinton 9/A April 18CO.

"'""OI'LD reip.-o*f.!liiilorra tlic, riiiz
\. \ die a.II-. *t l"U'i.la that he designs inakmijasi condition of tlo .l5etir; "' or-ran. Dyspepsia Debility. DEAT.r..n IN IVsed this March 12th, 1 liM.n. years. J. will
... .- < nl *i-ltt tbrou jh tUne mr in .he city of 'allahassee, within I legal hour,

ho purpo ..f doin! ? any w",k in the above hue .. For sale by AMES
liat muj be cnlrut-t**! to Ins eare. _M\y_21. _)1R59. __ 21GARDEN. (EX ERA L L } March 17, IbCO. 12 *** F Family Friend please cop!. two hundred and ninety two ((292))in the old plan of
AL o- LL order, acotmpaiiied by the CASH will meet Mtrclt., lSC,' li-tf said city to l e sold for eish. -

\ fine Lot of Jewelry. which I will sell tt the o'.t -- SEEDS. A with pnnnpt atteution. New Blacksmith Shop. JOHN H. RHODES City Marshal.

.. |I'oll.iblo prices. Feb. 1 II. 1 bOO. tf JSP Sentinel eopy Notice.MR. March[ 31, SCO.. 14
G-rovv'tb. of DLOOO.WE rj-fll sunscitinnu HAS REMOVED HIS --
Tin /{x/ Jrj'ou-r.fiirr* 'f rrjnirrJ.Apiil --- ----- J. lilack'iuith. JOHN 1L CRUMP will act as my agent U'ikulla CirnifiC.ourt.-ln Etjfl lY.

r.o. )18i9. IS-lv _ art-.nou receiving a large and well selected! A. G ALT IE, HENRY KICKS" 4r1A '.- )lurin-; ray absence from Florida and all persons Mary E. Lawrence, 1r
\.nr.n..1 of "dtii.ffilT.pfl.angnnt'xten 4ttheboilngadjoiriinth. L having buinrs with me personally or as Executor v Bill for Divorce.
from the Monroe hI.'usebi .
POST&MEL7COMMISSION of the best auld mot reliable 1J IA Left ic f .. .
mvaiiety .. r on tie estate of Thomas Laver,!, are rvfrred Francis L. Lawrence, J .e.

Vegetable and Agricaltural Seeds.To Sh.II' ..f Mr. Eo n. Clark. t II to him. \V. It. SWAIN.Martb TT tppt-nrkig to tho satisfaction of the Court iy

MERCHANTS the selection of our stock tho grcrtest care has DRY GOODS PROVISIONS npp''t'; 1.'I'Pr", lI..r1.in. "" 31. ISftO. 14-4t J. affidavit filed that the defendant in this Bill re-

61 l.oydrI'i Mrt-rl, be ,lality of the Seeds is generally tested bifore being now prejiared l t-i p rfwrui a Iiearju be had upon the facts charged in said Bill
NE"V"V OR.X.iE.A.N"S. offered for sale; so that purchasers may depend on -AKD- all woiir.inc!tiding 'r1:1tJ1O TIlE INTERNATMAL 101' ttte'Judge of the Middle Circuit of the Stateof

-- -- getting those that are fresh nnd of the most roli.iblcCharacter. GROCERIES AY GENERAL. rfr Minting. At. HOTEL. FtortilVon the first Monday of July next It u .

,'O"C",. TlKimas J Perkins d Co., Tallahassee, Fla. :"'. 26, 1SS9 47 --- patch. JOSEPH H. ALSTON. COENEE KAN KLIN'STREET, NSW TOEK in the FVirkliao cud Journal,once a week, for the .- _

.. f. R. Harris k (,0.. Quinsy ** March 10, I860. ll-m Sentinel copy.irSMnes TJObSESSES advantages which all travellers apL space I of three months.
1 'fIham.- Phlmer. M'lI1tifO'l1o. 4 George S. Collins HOTEL -.- --- preeiate. Its location cannot be surpassed Passed at Chambers this 20th day of March A.D, .

M Pn-ardA 1 Denhaui) St. MiMi ). 4 Alike fbTAll being convenient to the principal places of business ISiJO. J. WAYLES BAKER Jndge.Mai .

'. .lames Filor, Key ',(!_. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR TAUASSEE.ORiDk. and amusement TIle of which thereare ch 31. I860._li-3m_'
V. .. MrNan bt Ormond Atlanta O CHALLENGE BLACKING i is the arartm..nlA -
sr & o. ASOS'S two hundred. are and well ventilated .
t .. J. N M Kiiw-n & Co. Thomasrilln"nsi *, A.T L.A"VV"" --0- IVL only standard article of the kind in u... 4 ; and being conducted on I he European plan Fellow Cizizens .

i 1 \ I H. 1"58. _: $-Iy _ 1 A LLA 11 ASSF.E: FLORIDA. THE Proprietor of the above Establishment; takes It preserves the Boots on which it is used, makes visitors can live in the best style with the greatest 11E BOOKS betaking to tW Mate of J.X
method of his tbauks to the T
returning public the leather soft and and thus its
1OTZCL'. Ozr the Slate Banl. pliable. prevent economy. A large parlor fronting on Broadwar. MeBrid show that many of you are due that
I lUEDICAIA Oficc. wrrr jy generally fur their patronage during .the. past year, cracking; is warranted to retain its virtues in all climates and commanding an extensive view tf that world- estate in sums of $1 and upward The book and

p -0------ Feb. IP. lf6TALLAHASSEE- 8 and would respectfully solicit a continuance of the be the atmosphere dry or moist. warm orcold renowned thoroughfare has been beautifully- accounts will be fonnd with the subscriber until the

S C. T.\YI.OR..J. S. BOND. -- -- same, as be bAS madeADDITIONAL : and has f'r a quarter of a century, enjoyedthe ni-hed for the use uf ladies and the general arrange- let of next July when they will ta turned over to

: Drs. Taylor & Bond IMPROVEMENTSin good opinion of mankind. menU of the House are such,as to afford the greatest the Sheriff with iutr-rutin. 'Colkct. Take doe
CARRIAGE SADDLERY It is a moving mirror and adorns the palace of the comfort toguttia. notice thereof aDd goYeru"oune1.el aeoordi ly."
'i I U\\: nsForiated in the practice of Medicine. Of- I.islr.u" since last Fall and! is now prepared to grett anti cltetTS the solitary but of tho lonely back THC IXTCRXATIOXAL IIoTtt is connected with S, A SPENCER Exfr.
a'X'ommOfhtl l all .
the of I> Ta\!1.r. on .
nt OLD ln ti r. AND oo.inrin.Lik Newport March 84.18 O. 11
.flaIeus.4.. l.t4t3T-1. 1,; ._#.1\ RCASOXinLC TERMS.None tie Sun it diffuses its genial influences upon TAILOR'S CELEBRATED lr\LOOXS, _

-- ---- IIAllNESSEST nrod f,.ar for \\ait of good Rooms aud good all sort and conditions of men, aDd challenges their Accommodating over one thousand pen-oiM in which TAXASSESSOR'SLL .

_ iE'I'NA Fare. There illlnOYSTER esteem and admiration. visitors can hive their meals or, if they desire, they
For sale *Iere and retail brMar. will be served in their own apartments. The far : 't:1oc. .

INSURANCE CONPANY SALOON AND BAR 10./60. 11 AMfcS &.LIVELY. nerved in the Saloons and Hotel is acknowledged by ALL person who hare not already given io a

. Ol HARTFORD.iarorp.oratrJ ---- epicures to be superior to that of any hotel 1 In the of their taxable 'property ace' hereby notified ..
rr'1IESUUSCfl1flE1 in connovtiou wIth tLc Hotel.
MASS'ER'SI city.. J..TAYLOR. Proprietor. that they must do soTat once,andes the penalty ,..
I ,. ;
, II having purchased j-, C. H. FISHER Proprietor.; March 10, 18Ca 11-la otis detbl tax,whfch th law dlrccjs in inch cafles... .
the interest of the bte.-.j ( November 12. 1S39. 46 I 5 9IINUTE '
i : ia IS19.CLartcr rerpelnal.A -a TbaAwesnt respeetfblly e t.a that it Fs
nAnD E. HULL in -lr'. 4would I STILL AHEAD- 'nvite skU far him to call cMb
: imp e- -on MM, M by
. the Carriage Saddlery.. n. A. kin>K, JH., .). F. PA1'1" ICE CREAM J JRE'EZEfl. s .their delay man teem U think b aho Id do ;oa ttiv.contrsryi .

L < sII CAPI'rAL-81OOO.OOO.' and Harness Biuuifts .I As Improved 'for 185& \ DOUGLAS &. 'SirEEAYpOD'SNUW ; \\i is clearly UM duty ,of every pcrsoo. to .
1 Ltm
. M hiog kept by .IT : Copartnershi.NgUce.rpuc : .. I : come'nnJ render latheir list tB'the Assessor, whoTetnb .
respectfully in 't '. TTrru SiAiirco laox Co> .as A.NI BOTTOMS TIJOIED, SKIRT .
, '\o.\mTJ.f C .\'tT'l I'\'f.\rt r.T nE seen any thne.atlthe Drcff Store of J. 1!.
'' .A'/YI' form the iuhabitmnts of undersigned; iuforra their ;.fri p'UiiudUM. i. Freezer InoWn wli&ia; coustrticLed .
.. 'Ii 'eLMi *"A ':'TU THK ri HE'only TU ,Gregory A Co. L.:C. DEMItLT, :
II A-\UViNI'TE'JT \VJTH Tilt LA.S: LEON and a.!joill DILo&* ;JCoimties J_ ,citizens ;en..ra1t.r tliat thcMT; II4YC fvrmedco 1 *' I :._L true Scienttfio pnodpes.! < .
Tn Assessor
Or .*>iIlE.N AT O.. J he will cootlouc the business io sUits paitneHiipfor1 Thc' pnrpo"e ff. tiet'in.rO st3 !tfI "THE BELLE ., ; fQldtt4O.tlty.r a-n
that i Tn*.cb p st. best tIDd. mast eoooMDiMl 1 J rcqniring rBE.SqU.TH. :March 17, 60. 12-till 1st Jane
.J). C. LKWISlirmf: 1Kllt'11. SA the Old Stand. here may be found;*toil ou hand a w*H 'sleeted J stock .>f Orocfries,' Heavy : l less. ice sod. less labor, thnn any other being at The most perfect and beautiful skirt ever produced [Senteetpy. .. ; rjw3t.

_ Tallahassa and vieinitr.r time, t Dry Goml l"..JlMJ, are. Crockery, .F.Liquos. tl- the time tlie most durable structure audi ; ,
home ,
I.' I ,. 1857.: SS $egirs which (they :Mill receive. on thc arrivaL, certain iii 5fs .'
I wort
/:.1.01:1R"r8., Road (ThgonSthWcs iI i operations.SUd
-- -- -- - ----- Orleans and tey'wihvpareo .
mryrtearnfr-from'Jtew and warranted not to get oat of order. Anderson & Milton
UoHed Slates.
. I Fariwce "nTtipt Truait : Ageut tho .r.r.A.'t1orncYS.A't
f/I. ir..T. w. IK :X\UI', JR. IlrMtct miiw tor- accomnedstt-snd nbl're all of Uieirfrien E. KETCUAM.Jk CO..Mauu .icturer of IX. .
It and Machine Jlijling. .o.u .J .wb,< n11\1.f'Acm with their m> *.- I La",
p nag
Japanned nnd Pl tu"hed Tin Ware,
Cail' ,
& Erevard &
6, U. 15. 20. 25, 30. 35. 40 & 50 HOOPS. 4.. .
Giv..isaehlwesre&nstoua la the b Umivhg.
1eep .
Of every c.-arid\'. -And in fact,c\'tI..rtiol. JuJttMl1I..t ; I asa Pearl !tr N. New. York. SOLICITORS .
1 .l\.t1o y ctt x.wr in such an t't\tsWi.la..ut, am+ hehioreiI bal SIIJNE & PAPV.FcV4. )bu .It'" If60. II-Sm- WI -0-LADY EQUITY' ,
t*C(. 6' f Marinnnn JarlcMm JTk :
w 1 'UAtTtr.. tt.tl'Ii'hA. t<' ton t.the iiiterenlsof his cU5t'45)5F4f' 16erU'a! TO ,t i
las \ ; ,.MifttflP.fiil'ti..l'f" of the .mrt'Iilf.illy'' "4. IS EEQUESTKl F\\MINK THEM BEJTOEE ITEUHt formed a c partaenlnp>ia tie prmeufe
; 1 I"n" iftttft coil1unnee patrelCUlge rDonald ,Notice.SIX "IXO OTHEK MAKK3.WHOLtSAUi H."J
- I t:,. Lr'',,'ifa tJ".jr r.otl'Pil1l1l1.'OIIII" t.tb#,jpt'a his predecessor. 4. -R.1T D.>. Cameron PKAliCS SUPPLIED BY and will attend with&leht1andP'OfDpt.. f
web from f this notice ness to business enlrnsted to their iq UM.
. ( th. pnMieaHonoi any core
,l I..t" s4: lva; W1 ,iiqaibourto 4't' Tlie' "rHerwM also "Ir form hf. MC1'tIri5 1 iUr' iPTALLAiI.SSF.E P f l1P! the of Probate & Circuit Courts of Jackson Franklin Cothoun .
!I' ttie1,0 I a.d1iitieL,. that be still C(1f1t u..ith..Age or tL ] < : ] i\]] uadersgned will apply to Judge DOUGLAS SHERWOOD sod .
HUi''ml"'urt public
I of Leon county f letters of administration on "Wnslin- ,tt4.1 I t4C? a*. TahjA hn ; veil lno."n and justly celebrated FLA. 51 53 & 55 WHITE STREET
. I the estate of Bartholomew Holt, .:;.. late of m the Ucited Slates Dutrict Court atTaIIahass and
"" in "It'
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.. ,:.::1 : ''I i:< wIT. "-' i \\lu-eltr\ iV \V'Jon; to iritis .1Tlr/iltU ( )J'FICEat J. \ IillER'$ CLOTHING STORE tIadCtuntT. WM. T TAYLOR. NEW YOUK.MaiJh Apilaehievl l?.
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i'. .'..' ;.;. .'ri 11b] D".J'u"r Qflr5 t .A. .(. :.)., 4.j.oLJa.4 ., T r.-n.i':: ; STATE. OF FLORIDA.-"- I"t' ; -- -- -- ,- :

: .loft 1.iJ do Division of Leon County P. L. WASDEK CHANGE! OF SCHEDULE.

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.3 Tallaiiassee&Pen.
SASrl &
: : a Ui.. .. $ MILITIA KEATS. Geo.
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PI: \ I.ic: i A, 3i2ocZi.A.L.rrEOi: : : : ]"N PURSl'ANCE of an Art entitled An Act t.. t n : J L ,. 11 0 A j S .

.. -. ".', amend the i'lliln! ai-I! l'tra.III.r. thi! Sti.t*. Strrlh Silver. Hnr I'af!; : -
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; \ .". I m inic npptoet JJ..IIII.[ 4.. 2 2. I1-.',:1): a* a niee'ii i ir < fhi..r.I ti.,. t. _., .-' ._... 2' .u J. .
; GOVERNOR. I of C"JI1I'"lIn'i i, ;i"r* of L,'<.li (. -iI,,\ ::::.: IX::: (.. :: : .r'c.r: :, .- ; ." ... ..."_ .

:. 'i. ''WS. OILS j \ lvlVarch I l"t'i' 1 C\p! it wa i or-W.! .! a II! at I.. i 1\! ". : I"': I: \

... I 1)] Y rtrtn .t.t t.tln. ncni'o.1. :." a"t of tlw Of'n.I I "-.un'\' l I. :11I.1! it ill hby[ divided int the! rdlm! i ii: t--; ." : .1"1:..:/' 11 : .,', c.I, ". ,' ::.. .. ,',;'" ON> .tad! sfar! Hi i I'liy! CVTIU'I I'F'.1!"d. :25lh If CO
i.- ) 'r,1 l ) Cat will teas and
; r' n. .n.l.t! !,J1n.. r ? Ai >" Vt < tt is -\.1..1.1" ; An net run at f>ll..w. VIE *
.1.'il..1| Miiiti.i il!
"e \ .\ .. ,.,.1" .,'-.4 ,..,.'t. "; 1C ,, t.t aim 11.1 tie Mi i i 'ia I'll JVn'l i.I ii'.. State." ; ,a'to! : 31..11 :. I8ia.; 1..' Lrave lalilrtaeo. . . .. 400 P. M.

r ,. .'; as ,'.... ::. ..fl ...II..., ; ":,ifl. ii-.t "I'. ......I .-r :! !. t-:.:1 I. \!f.thOX.! The* 1st, Beat td c-msisi 1 nf tV 1st Ju *icecrF I Arrive nf Moiitietllo. .. .. r. 13 i'. )L
::.sidcn 1..1..lricf. aJ tlMt! the!
':':Liy: f. .ii ."..P:.... 're; i, : :. i'1.J.I \. t... 'f'I..r 1 F.b.! it.! Ii.-t-n! "r.lE-r .., t..o!..: \Ve"t of a ln<.usbrac'iij!; at the j I"lIt..r-rlvV Dissolution. I L.ave TnHalm-wr! . . . OSS ... M.r.I
; :.;, ;, election l to !I.. i 1'.1 I tii" y eoinmencmq i i I Arrive tit St )f"rL.ot..I1fIO
( i on lir-a M.>n.i\ i ii, May next. .l'uiln line ,>o the! Ockloekniiferirrr.. ant fill. w.in r 'I1r. partii4r-li ..f T- IIAYWARI i SON' I .A.'r.
.. "tll f.all th." I 111 iki | I Leave Tstlaiuts.ee.? .. . . f..
C.I. fK
> A. M.
: -I'" 102' 14. :"n. K.-1'iinenfal sail Om- I _I .
I IIt. L / :>:i-t! )line to the IU'n P.uaITel. there f,ll"wm? I ""s hl-.otlrotl| Jlmcli l f. by the retirement of
LAHAc5.sEEI FIJU oO<-r* ol lit.Miht'aof! the, Arineat Goodman*. Matioii 6. N..'> A. 3L
lImy 8tate. a* f.J! ws I
: raid !Jb't' I.ne to I.n>:r line 1. \V,tliit.i S.uth with! ; T. liatward. who .1. sires tit eIi'e up th* \I..u..ftit. .
H. BER.RY.icioeer I 4 HE: uow rfCci\injj a laryt' ..u.j i fr "*h supply ofi lr cite >1'aj;-r General the First I IJni..i'ofl..r! ; tic .. sail: Kirge bn? to the \\111mlI:11me. To !lit --l! late linn m fj>e" t-e.u.!: . 700 A. M.Arrive .
:tae.i r.oruJi. I at Taluh.1 . .
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i. V. every ni.ty of nticl,< k( j.t l.y trj.gi) ci4ii|"" 'd uftli.it paitof the btale the F.>it linden !::' l'l"eef LolJing Miiuta! ,' iihl..l.tcil 1 t.. tin'ID nic rop"rtfjlly: licitfd: 1 !o come : ee t "5 A. ML .
and : Vi..t. of tl. J'U.-I Mark. . *
!\ : CommissionMERCHANT. < Siami. Uivcr.F.irrw ")O I )t.ji.riTe .
witl.ont del ? I
/l.LYTJ.l,' elections-Fort Hud! ,,.. | .IT. and pay th- ir itt: <> Our f the fim
J'Jl'S1.I V. I >1..j j. r (;clI..raI..r! the vmd Di.;sj.n oft at Tjllaha' ee. .. . 3.S I' JH.
I < i will [IM-foiiihl' their old! fntxl!
The 2nd Beat mil eon ist of the end Justice: I \:\' ft (row o vtipie1 -
I jtid! .1-r. nill always fjid at this ttllaUi-mlTot! a Uw !' :.$- ot PI.! r.da..Mip . or Tal.ih.ae-e.! I I'l-'ru-t. .inbraci.ig. T iv i' !Jup I. X. by .V. F. JI.\WAKI.) to nit.tiitbe! O'HC- I
1 ." \< I' 1'1s. I"' ISr.r.nl. :; j t full *u|'>lr. ot'exery thirty iicednl m our line and ins : State lli't: <*f tIe, .Mi".inn"e J River au.I k."'\uas 1.1. E.: and! T. I. X. I E. 1. West,'an,1 all ..f Town-Mp' I thin ,1 tint. afyit.-s.iid .Iu(!. Arrive at T..lhh:0; 1' M.
| a Mx-rat lrr.i .. tli*'r can U- had ill K.i.hcrnt I i Eu\lltuJ South rioiiln.F C"nnrcling; \ it!, I'm-f i'.m1a.ta at Jlontlcell anti
any .t
I. N. n'ttli.. tie co-intv of Leon, jind E.uttti T. IIA WARD S(X. .
\ ii. :MriHKviM) ) & ro's. Market. Ordf" l lt Mail ethcr' ; ', 1lin'IH; IJcncral Gf."fmu.tation daily! ? nt MontUtll'M'nt
y r 1Ie |ir'4iip'lv at- one 'f the Fi'ft nri-uII"! KtirlxM* l'nnplu lin*. To tie r.i'Ie.1!! the Tallabt March a.) f.O. 10 -"hlil..1 except
: [ ocmmissicu 'loaf I tided t. and tIkI l withVv M ntf corretii-.* a; if I'I't I 'OII1I.-.I.f| t'e MKitia: "f| tlj. Cnuntirs of E..'mi'.. -e Drat. PUcc of !ldiujMilitia elcctiuu! *- ---- -- -- n.j.j."-- Snn !ay and Conuan's! Station 5. on Monjay.
; jai'g:l I -.lItIn: II CUI\1t..no. Sa'iU U. Wa't.. A.ND
pI"ia 1'u Ca.ih. UlJ 'n. ll.ilmr \\VuJiut! Jack.on dlaha-'ce.: A. F. HAYWARD ALSOConncrtirsr

].. 102 NASSAU STREET. I pmdipt time !AJm, vr f..el <,.fi.-.l.! in raiii sate ... IVanXliu rn-i CalUmn.F The 3rd Beat \Viii 1 cont-i't of the "rd Justice! or wit!. Ii .t f*wh ti Xew Port on arrivalof.

NEW YORK. r give tliUii tut ire atultctitiu. Our :S: i OOK com- r (4)' Ilii'Vili.: (1.t'r'111r the Sec iii.l! rnlI.' Ccntnille I'lMrp't rinbrt.oint Township ". X. I U. ?. I t\'G pina-loaced T. IIA YW AIn .S "OV3nmrnin and wluc'i rctiirna l..-f.>re the di-parture ,ij f the

...- (conirwved of the Mi''tii!: <.f tV tounti.of ".il..n.i J-a't. -\i'cpt S.snuns 1. 1:. U. Z-I. '*." and "*6. andTownhip : ini-cellatKrou, .f.M.k uf J.HM'*, inttiidskeeping Train; and with! the line of ilail Steamer between

\ .\ I''i;' .1 "III# "iJllt-r '(*uJ a* alx.ve, lor r ubI Un. Dye SluIT14. LtlM.Tty.LcmtVakull.i, Jcirvrsoti, Tav J.>r, ilali-";n 3. X, It. i!, E;, 1'Clpt Sections' Ii', 1":. 21. a general! a>,n>rtm< nt ofPLANTATION New Orleans: Key U'ost and! Cuba and intermediate
1..Jjcin.u nlSk.. flak! Hamilton. I p>,iuta on the lu'f. :untiif at St. M.irts.on
I I I. > !J'lfXT. 25 nil ; (i. To In- called I the Cculrr\" Ueat. Place GOODS tIirwlIY'
v i J:4 CI.it23 1'utty.Uornmcr. Fvr ffv.HriifauiiT: General of the Third H'gade.c.in1.'d (.1 lioldiu Militia' ..etinll"-Ct.ntrniH.! to Key Vest .'tj thc I Gal and 2ml or Srd of each)

l'uflMlllft7. ] FluiJ | of the Miliiia! of the C'llIIti..s of Lala)ttitIrfvy. The 4th Beat wll comprise tlie 4h(! Ju tice or AfIGroccr:1cs montb. and! airi,'ii-at SL Marks on their way t.t -

.: ?. i-i ," in".;MKt'unit '*. Cntnl.lin t>uannee. Columbia, New River Alachua Lake JackSon lj@tri..t. embracing T.wllI'bil'| 2. X. ; New orleans on the I Mil and 29th of each month.

-- Oils Gl:1 Warp. and! Xa'.an. Ii. 1..II and Township 2. X, It. I. \V, xnd that part Which shall, be ,..1,1I low as can possibly Ix aff.rdcd Pjavnjj for }Jfontirello! or points North of that .
fmt .p\ I Wi..t.\v Gns! For (ne Uu adior (l'Ol'I11I..f the. Fourth will take; the -1 00 P. .M. train.
PAPY & AECHEE IVhjide of Township 2. X. R 2. \V. in siid c >unty ; also the in this market mad Ct'l taiuly Itd low as any other
rim* Tmitb tml IlairDrB'h Minuf..ttire.L T..haec. Ct'nll'e.1 of the Militia, of the Omntin of I ..I' for (Umxlinan
HU\II. 5'h Ju-tice (>r lanvmit. Liitriet.emhraeia.gTnwn'hiip. t st.iblishmcut. iu this citv.TfRVt 1 lpng..rl{ or points East of that,
1; .A_.izvv1 ; 1'.t'l/t Me.lici.es. Cl.iy, St. John) *. Futna'n. Orange, Urcvard: V will take the ':.110 A. JI
.to : :xaoy: .luia S. X, If. J. E, and that jwrtion Town-hip .", X, Ii. C\-H oat WHPV CALLrn FOR. Call and train.
Paint i"ru-5u-. Fine llavaiui Sears. Sampler nnd Maii j ii.For W in said Tot. them U'f The train will not run (torn Ta'Ialnsce lo St.
T 1 \i.1..I1.I I L:, rU.1 1 !li'.1 .\. I I 1. county. caIIcd the Like Jneks< n jirice rc purchasing clstw l.cre.
Surgical liurtrtttatntft, JJcnin'iue Chests one I5ii.ndicr General ,.f the- jr t r.rhnp.: Ht-at. Plae of holding Militia electious U nu A. March: 3. lt>60. 10 Sentinel Marks and back on Stnitav.alie! on Steamer .Iay3I. :
.:\ "I. l' .:>. 2i< suital tn Iiantztti.'ri m.1 Family 1I't". composed of tie C., "ti"8"t Hcrnando, IliilsboioUjjh, Carr' --- --. --- copy. \\ L IS&ON, Aw't Sup'l.

rt.I'l } .s LUA:I'1F-rw MCQU'IKAL UrpOf.e. Manatee, Itade and! Momoe., The 5th Beat will comprise the Cth Justice or Just Received March 21. I St;O. 13
R. A. SHINE Jr.7oxa.oox -/i/MJ- For one Colonel one Li,'ntei>ant Colonel and -
one I Del Air District fv-wit: Town'hip I. S. Il 1. \V,
300 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. Major:. for each Raiment a" fuil..i: and! TowpaJiip 1. s. K. 1. E:, an-l! Towt ."hip 2. S. R. PlUl XK\V OllLEAXS STEAMER : For New York.
A"l.1.c't D. II AMIS M. For tie. Itt n"- IICut. composed ft the Militia! ; of I U
I LIVELY. 1. W. nod IWnch.p 2. S. 1L 1, East T. call! .1 SIDES.: finiin B.irJ: SAML
M.v 14. 1 j }. 2(\ ErearnSu(. ? I the Hoi-Air 15cat! Place ol holdioj i1iricc: BACON 110XLEY. Holm will load
iiqi! JI'SIHJIEHCILXT! I For tl- 2nd I lto.im: (Lt, cj'tnpiiFetl of tLc Militia of tKn H.l-Air. Hams, _L with de'patch for the above port For freight
SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID Santa llo-a 'Hunt\. I Family Flour, apply to rKAliI .t PEX1IAM.Kt .
The 6th Beat will comprise the 7th Jn tie
.' U.\II \ E;: .''liun.\. ( or Marks March 17, 1860. 12
For th. Srl lU imf
nt, fit the! Militia of
contjw Epstein l>. '
irut nnbracin H.
CAl\I.IFHENE Walton 'j TO'l\'uelip 1. X, 2. E; 10 B-irrcU Whiskey. A. F.ILYWA: D.
eow'y.F'.r .i'nl Township 1 1. X, II. S. K and also the Oth Jus-
ALE: AYS-EYEST_ ,. SATURDAY- KIIOM.M: : v J.AICI> OILS. tae: 4th!; r.,' imt. corjpcd of tlie Militia;: of I IWaLinirtifl ti f or St lUrks Pi triot. embracing; Township 1, S. -March,3.- -160. --10--:--"tilld""r- _.! !. TT- -. -R.. -rt.-aT---1Hll'--... _Roln"I 01.41.".

r.I. ,1.: '.- t.t tr:,:."* 1 t. Ii. earo will inei-t W. *.il* by AMES .1 LIVELY and Jlolraes I counties. 'I 1: 2, F. and! Towns-hip I. S. II. 3. E, and Town-hip SALE: OF "Y tirtn.-of A wilt of fi. (1. i sned from the
\ C May M. I;.v!. -rt Forthefith Keariment. computed tLeZilitia of '-', S. Ii. 2. E. To be. caleI! the St. Marks Heat.li.ieeot .- _!_> flcrk't mice of the United Nates District .
< t .itUul.i.n 't.-i.jiiiHiu' iMjsctJ.
: L "I' i :_ __ __,___ n'-lm nn.l P.tllmiin 'oml1ti. II. 1 l hol.lin! : Militia dectioulI--I! 1J. Station I. Internal Improvement Lands. Court fur tl.- Xorthun District of Florida Tallth.i .

I The Original Extract Quality For the fith Uegiincut, coropfeJ of the MililLt! of The 7th Beat will consist of the 8ti) Justice or . J"ekiofiU county. Miecooukit Di'tnct. and will cmbiacc Township 2. n Y order of the Board of Trustee of the Internal ,If and .liijii tL. I'urdin I i3 isdtftndant! have l.-titd

{ Corn Starch, For the .th Kezimeut, compcsod of tile Militia of N. K. 3, E, ant Township .1. N. U. 3, E; and Sections Improv'jnont Fund, notice, ia IWTI.by gin-ii that upon nat.! will i-xpo-e for .nl.! in front of the Court

M. AV y---1 T3RErAnEDc\prw-ly f-r 1'u.htitigc. Tec Cream Gadrxlon! aiid IJlity conntu- 1. 12. 13. 21, 25 and :JIfi: of T..wnalir 2. X, I U. 2, .. all land! confirmed to the Mate of Floridi "nd,'r the ll Iu'.' .It.r. ill the l'ihor 'Tiillaluee on the lir t
For the Stb Regiment conipoeed cf the Militia! of and SeeliHrt 13:: 21.! 2. and :: of act September "I, Ibll,(commonly. ik-eignateI"Lu-| in within
12. 5. 3: Monday
J. Calit" Itoivc Township May next legal hour the intert
I'ic .
Iv i
: ... ;.;; & ( OMHSS1! ()\ JII..I Mat.geCu..tar.t. >rii: ..te Leon county. ti rind !inpri>\' .. IU*.ircd frwb I hy AMES d LIVELY. X. 1L 2. }:a.t. To bicilltd the Mi'>co ukie heat.I .-- of tbr! .I..f..rl.bllt| in the; fallowing describepropvtty *!
floors ALOVI--A do LJVUT. I For the I'lh Regiment composed of the Militia of bcon i Hired for cab., wi il! be >u!ji-ct t<> private .
KIS May :I. 1M9. 21 I Place of holdin:* Militia ilectmiK-Miceosnkic.: l U Wit : I..ts Nos (I to) ti htrrn and nlrwtecs ,; .

:i i I.Y no hand :.,i'd r..-\ in fr, 11 .HJ' -- \VaIkuTIaconnty.For The clove (I''cnticd Justice Districts, f-o n 1 to 0), the entry from :1ulllfl'r,! [the fiitt diy of June" nest with (I'Jl) in tilt. old plan of the City ofTdlllt.a.) 5"".

; r". itutw ami Fa'ni'y: (. _-.'. Xo'i 'I Congress "Water the IOU; Regimentenmoi.ed of the Mil.tia: of lioth iieusivc.i will each re'jMK-lMpIy.[ C'Hi'-titiite one Pirsotn eso-ption .1[ the Georgia Kractwua. Lvitd upon .n the property of aiil defendant ami
JeJTcrson county.F lush District and one School District from and) ftftir i t> improvciuiiiU 011 any off aid !land to be soIl to ai.l .
: wl.:'t:.';r ;tHlii: t. rkr! fiont trill hnIII'" atUfy writ aciordjnsj ii. law.
i the I I I. T*. t mat: Let fine.*. Co'm: TRESII &l'i PLY, ju. r ival l 11'1.' fir *ale the 11 th! -p'mcnt.comiKxod of the Militia of the l.-t of April next enduing.PublMie 'jlell l prof-mi.? in ui'win! ;; t the S.HIHro- I:. K lI..CKlUlIN.: ; I'. S. )1lrll\t.: h'y
\ Midi'ori! Taylor' In-I l L("f. i-tte counties. tJ''l'r.'t.f of s eh JTOme'it le fiUil
on or
.: oil otf'iT' gi.6 i fwiif-tied tWf .L l.yTrMOrCS. AMES: :: Ixforethe }
For the 12th I Hi mu-ut composed (.ftIlo Militia: rfHamilton .t A. 1' A MAKER.Pie of 'nn.ll..r..' t1' ni.'rcotin 3n.-ii ::
<' j.rouj.t a'l.-iti-iL llw-c.iinetm; May U. 1e j:; 20White : th :1. _isrtO.. 14z!'!?
improvement n same tract the --
C"rnty.l actually ---
j'-I' pereon -- -
Pard Com'rc Leon -
I i iitsr tflliwlicJUd! ;i --- ---- County county.
\ : Ub]J' the 1:Mli; fcesiiuent: '" e.l of tlie Militia cf reridin-f"1\ Jai.1 tract will hateth" prefernee--oth 'rxvi'f -
.! 1 :.. .'. .. Lead. Scntiittl pri-v RIJ .i.xii. : '
tinfrM f fit
Cormbia! Ni-w JJmr arid 1 Suu'u".'"- c">u:.tit-*. 17, l&cO 12 | >n at rnakirg pud inipnoenunt will
i < >; nrtielo \.n ll kU U. be as rvjftu.utr. *- be f.rrnl In 1 N pur-nance of an ordinance of the of TaUnIn
; For tin 141h Kegiment, wed cf tlie Militia of pr caes Ctof/1it'ling. the contcj'iiix City -
r.XTILtnI\ No. I- round in LJJ- conj --- -
: .: Prr.F. pare I *'ciI I will Ml for ea.-h, in front. of the
must the Court
parties: i.lcnrf'
Alachua .
county.I c\ hich their
Oil, jwt received and! lnr sal by ur"n"
An Ordinance f.rt..n Ilrttice
1ftA. door in the
Ii c'.vm' ; 14 based the City of Tallahassee Leon County .
AMES .t LIVELY.a or the 15th Regiment, composed of the Militia of me on first of June that a
"PEELER'S a 21.! 1W* 21 I Xa'saa county. i T- svpprcx ti.t' practice of (';ekin }Fyitii wilkin decision flay be made upon their rt ptct vc dLinLV. "II the 7th diy ot May nest for tan* dne roM

J. --- ------ For th I ICih n(,'tncnt, composed or the Militia of I tI., limit tl"'e 'itif ': TJMiatm'SECTIOX From my declsiou: ; an. appeal lu-s to the B ard of city., for the p'lrlIlitM and! 1859, the following
Tru'ttc. From and! afer: the fir. lA>t or fit nitich ti! <-t-oof a' will be sufficient to
Dural .t of.Iun. wv
the In
an cmin'ic |
j (;"an SIH| Current JcIIiff.: PriiaoF 1. r it QrJ"III'l; the IHI".I.u'lond %
_. V COLLECTION OFFICE, e Lu Mid tiixc: *. to wit Lot N'os.
tornal IjwuN" 6, NorthwestaJJitiuii
I For the 17ili' Ilesimont J the Militia Improvement will l la guM enh.only -
mpojcd fu?
PicVlcd! '
Oytert.Brandy ['iacrec'rc.4 'i ctl nf imlj Cit ,, That from and after
'J .\1..1.1 1J.1.nF. A-L'.: '.. I St.J''li" :mll'ulal1'"I.ti.< .a. : ten i [ l L..m.ine riDe !. anti l lGitKjcMJrwti the of thi Ordinance
e*. Orange*, theI'raclic.t of .
: ') )' paff.ie pitting ?>o- 271 .h: :.J72, noilh addition No,.
l di 86 81 .k
.r i ie m tbr Ci.rwiH.n-uofr..I Marmalade I For the 1 ch Ke;iniL-nt, coiiiposed of tie) Militia of chicken! for fizht and diem price ; 88.
Ollg. LemonSyrtip. Ilncp causing: to fight within
i \ '.' M.i !i l I I also all ioit th addition : X-. 51 south half No .
yn.i County
.kuI.J.kr.1Q < >-i>i, ar> lari..n.m.tv.. hereby notify persons alintire indebted! t tll qr. ; ?
h do Piue dt the afureeaid limit shall be
eiry do. Straw IiTy Apjil* >. ami Oin- *. considered a nuicance, 4''t.t
:',,1-:. l<. tkrnJWtMD uf notes aud aed 'I .-T d i0. Ri.pbet-ry \ n..gtr. F.h :a101"1. I..l. t4'r. Fur the lath Regiment, composed the Militia of and,! H hereby prohibited. the Tru-tees upon ir"tahtK'ntn.le.,gin'ii for tl''purchase Coniitv 12. northwest. addition; No. II, south half

." ..i, .:/: C> ,iHtir. n.,1 1 ,!.ck. Ha'bfut' mi rhaJ. Af-soitod IVkltcotdi ', Suwter, ".In! 'il. Eraogo and Hicvard! counties. SEC 2. lie further oruainnl That of Internal Impr.(U'ttjftit or SwamI and Oror I'lan iN.qr. ; N". P,3. north addition : No. 91. Old
< > i i-i tluCijMuil.! opposite UK*r of tbe Ale arvl Porter. For the 20th) r..e. ilTh'lIt.e.mJ..e.1 of the 'Wihtiof offendm nin this anj pcr"nor 1J.'WtJ Lucia that said; ) notes have been nnd.-r order ; 58.1 f 5, Northwest addition ; No!. 257,

... .: 'M. r.u ,.tti,.,. 30,000 Havana Segars. Levy Uernaudo, H.llaVroiigh: and Manatee couu- subject persona to a tine cf; not a less!t than UrJillar.ce.llall.e teu nor more than!! of the Rnrd, turned ox- 'r to the 'Ireasurer, Mr. C. II. 'Drill.!S. :J't.t :,;.O. north addition! ; half of No. 22,

4...-. -tf ties. Austin, Wilt) is authorized to rcctue the for hiIfcs.uuitv qr; 'half of No. 26. No. 01, North-
A ME? .t LIVELY.May .. fifty dollars for each and every ofiVuce, at the discretion mcney vest additionind Ixit Xt,.
---- the 11, north addition.
21, l f il>. 21! For' (the 2Ut Regiment composed of the Militia; of of the lutcudant One half to 50 to the Marthal. same. HI'GH A. CORLEY JOHN
FIRE INSURANCE Dade and) Monroe cc,ut tl.'\. Slle'rnm of the U..nriIf Trustees II. lIRII.) [ Cite Martha
-- -- -- -- --- -- who to arrest all
is hen.by required otiondin -
ll so
.2.lr'II.:1.J.ISIII. ?-till utile
For one Captain one First Tjcnirnmt: 2n'; one and the residue to the of said .f the Jlltt'rnall"'pro\'pnwllt, Fund.tS day __
:i.ij I iii.i:;::: ;nu SIKI\E IAMRAM'E 1 n U.> Cod Liver Oil. I f-econ l Lieutenant of each Beat Company in very )Fu!!td March ICtb, 1860.D. use. city. Florida Scutnivl. Eastern Herald, Jacksonville Sale of Real Estate.'

'E\ \:' !.V.t Mf' \. ?.r.ESII AXD PL HE of ito. celebrated "llranJ8" C tut.ty (.f the Slate. P. IIOGUE Intcndant Standard. Newii-ir\ille Di-patch. Home Companion

>-,'" i i": ':.;in-t Ivfo b\ Fire un th* ncual terms ]_ Herman Clark A C.'. J. Rual.tou. The Judges of Frobate are hereby ori'ered: to ap- Attest-CIIA?. IIcTauNsox, Ckrk. and T.IIIIJKI Pcn'iisular, coi.y! till June 1st. 7N f-ur innce of an order issucJ from the Probiltf[
point th! neee"' idfpcctor in Jut time Ii said March: 17, it-o.. < 12 __I__ Court of Leon countythe1indcr"'gned as ezoflkioa
i F. II. FLAG, Ag.itr For sale! l.y AMES .t LIVELY.JIa ary ir March 17, I860. 12 --- --- -.-- .
.." .. election and make return of the in the lr\lor of the estate of William R. decca
'-" .. ,' -.i--.. fii i __ 21. lt)59. 21 name, manner an. -
j preser1lw' by ad; Act of the General Assembly An Ordinance For Sale, *.-], hate of sail county will proceed to sell at

lward M. West TiS T RECEIVED iMn-pIyof! .!N. ALLEN'SJ approved December 22d. 18i9.Jn A VALUABLE PLANTATION! IN JEF- p'lWii I'a'e. to the highest bidder. nn the fiat Moo- -

t, Hair Krstorer and ZilobalsamumF te tiiQuny thereof I have hereunto get my To Repeal much of tie third &: "" of an OfJiitaiirc FERSON COUNTY. day in Miv next, b fore the Court llou-'e door in th. _.

"' 'jCTiu\EtR&; CQV/.lSSn\: : MERCHANT I wV ty AML3 e s L! V ELY. band and caused to be affixed the great entitled u An OrJinantr mnrr >J>'tf't 1t 21 L. S. I'alof the State of Florida. Done theCapitol the tlie ; ait-l JL lt.ngi'ag to paid .!teeeaacih or en much thereof as
}bJ ?I. 5 X [ ] at prcrcnt dixlurliiiy of pubtir l" .r !iprxl oo;iikie,4 7)1js: !-'in' Montmllo! and I'l miles! may
I \..1.\-,1:1.. It \. in the city of T.illahasarc this 7th orJer If the City vf TolIaIaaa1411.. from the t'en..t (:.... It;i1ror.d. 'n olFored. for alf'It 'bo riices-iary tn p:i v tho d!tht4'ot said estate, to wit:

; ; MIr alf, ii.i tiu< a to I* j m nb tft LiflJ Linseed Oil day of March, A. D.. 1860.M.! Juu,. 1841, an hereinafter! ;,rorklt'L contains 2340 acres 11' land! of nh'eh lit-rlfl- The S J of the N 1 P. i, and S E J of the N W 4. and ,-

":.- !..- iKit il-">r '., Am. .l L'j'! ] English S. PERRY.lj'Jt'el'nCtr 1. Bf Oi-Jalntdlithe; Ie Iuii Jnt and hundrf are cleared tnd under fiHr *. 1 IM re X W J .,f the S E i. and N R i of the S W i. In
;. : I jlI..I-.Ii'! 1 .V.. .VI A PURE ARTICLE lulled anJ raw. For sale f HvriJ'i. SECTION/ :, of the City rf T.lll"!"'.''((. That the place two fj'>xl Colt-.go D\vtliiii Houses. Kitchen. -(C'. 1. T. 2. N. I R. 2( W ; nko the S i of the S K f. .

by tile Cask or gallon. I>y the GoTcmor-Attent : FO much of the saM third section ns rrquires merchants Mnoke House and other out In'u'c.. tim l a jltC'it l fame Sec o i, Towaihip anti Ran e, containing 28Aarrc

OTTO LANGE AMES A LIVELY. F. L. Vit.trPK.CE anti shop-keepers to pay a speeul: license tax framed! Gin House. 40 by 50 fe..tra! !,!< e. Coin ,,f fc'alc-*. more. i>r h.s. Ttrn made known on the day

M*y2T_ !_, I3_21Compound_ __ _. __ Si errrrjof Slaft. to sell any of the 3rtid rnununted in the lirat and House. Otcisttr'a Hou>.e, suit quarters f"r too no. I R. S.\UNDE'l. Sheriff.
%* All paper in the State copy four time and tccoiwl Riclinnsof Slut! Ordinance nut il. ro -'. Fir this I and .x ufficio adrainiatrator.
ATC'II\ \TrER >ign.tUr'l as : many _vars past plantation has kencultivated
:; Gentian send bills to die Executive Department.March deadly! wi-ajiot be ami the same is h<-rcby repealed : by ( ,.. R. II. Gnmblr, and lias made as -Manhr.l- ) l. ISuO.- -- -- --14-t.l. -
And Jeweler 10,1 S6(. 11 }','O"/. ./. Tint nolhing in this Orjimnce Contained rood er"p- as anj in the iHMihl>jrh a G. :& Jil: i City Marshal Sale
shall be so cimn'z
llv.XTU ELI "I.\ rpIIFSE I IIITTF.Ii: are an infallible renio-ly for Charles M. West such \nrpoiH concealed, H3 prohibited by s:iid Ordiuance can be obtaiued from Cot! Gamble and Mr! J. J. Hiti- : O/A April 18GO.I .
\ I O r. "p..eifi1v! haIt4 m the ritzi'.f Mid I .1..1.i11Oc. and all dw-rdoi, aribin from a deranged If 141 Ih. J who tho I -
,. ? UtiI' 1S41.PaicJ ton. \ us overseer on the plantation far 5 ]' Y Or.nRRof the Mayor and City Council I
'. ,<'i. I l.t .'kar i.Ia LZt In tloeaq.waliraq I .:IIlition <>f t1.\\* lgi tiv" or lnl\. DyFjvpsia} Delility. n\T.F.r.: I'i this March! ICth 18O. years. I j| _) will .Ir..r for sale in front of the Court IImi!
'11 \ I.I t>irc>u ,... rr.mpljmt. pint GROCERIES and PROVISIONS IOn( lu'cntlant.! pirticular apply to the nml" rVt ned dour in .he city of TaIial.nlsee. within I legal hones,
: iu llxs alxiv lioe.
. .my; anv Jie. Fur .ie l.y AMES . W. TAYLOR. on the Pth April next the following lot, to-wit: No.
J: I ,' .tu1ed I !Ili
: ) t< --:1re. 6T.VV7AV7 LY.ALL *
.f .- May 21. 1S5S 21.__ __ .___ March 17. 1 160. 1! Family Friend please copy two hundred and ninety two ((292)) iu the old plan of
I. O- order r.ceonipaiti by the CAMI will! med ---- -- MMCIII., ISC,) IStfNotice. said city. ton\ > Kold for chit!.. '

".'', '' I...1 ..\relrr. 'hich I "IH 41 1 t.t llc IOS GARDEN SEEDS. !. prompt :attention. New Blacksmith Shop. JOHN II. UHODE9, City MarahaL

'.' I! ",MtilO ((1IKV4.In Feb. 1 1. !b.lJ. rt tF: Sentinel copy. March 31. If60. 14
.. O-ro-ecrtla. 1OCO.WE FnSl'mBF.lt IJ.\S RK"uijiux )IW IllS .
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J l>r\tflrf* flren J rf'1.inJ.11.1 rl"lIr. n. JOIIX R.: CHUMP will net Wululta Circuit Court.= ;
: :( ns my agent
M i 1 :" '. 1 b:,.I. 1 Is ar.no rcei, ing a Inrijoand! will! .4cte.l! A GALLIE ; '1 Equity.
-I. lurin al
to < my >"eico from Floiida! and all per.ns Mary II lawrence, 1
-- \ -. ur'n..nl of *f.t'd"f'n>priinjaiiex jiiii.oa afrom L\ I
MEL tin. I..m"'I1u.o'! "( having InninrS" with me personally or a< Executor r* > Dill for Divorce.
POST & ; of the best mid flhQ4 rnublc : > r
.e i"i\o variety tlie Inn].lin<;*.Ijoiiiinjthc / i. on tie estate of Thomas Lavr'i!. are f\ f-'rrcdt Francis_ I. Lawrence, J *

COMMISSION MERCHANTS Vegetable and Agricultural ScedsIn GOODS"PROVISIONS; !i
the el
Gt I'oytlrns Mrort, l en obi=er tHl ; ami ai a fut titer prec.iutiou thei ilality A Mfnil's' wln.ro h<. u_. "; TO TL'IRISTSi' MERriMMHlSlTlAG\ J.YoRK silts! out luf the State of Florida : It is ordered that

r E'VV: OFl.LE.A..NS. t of the be(il is generally tested IK fore bcmoflTeretl A 7f Dcnocr.mns now preparedl! <. lit-I furt t-- T I K hearjn: be hud upon the acts charged in aid Bill
for sale ; w> that purelmaorc! may depend 1 on I nil w, k. including! u TIlE I INTERNATIONAL lt-e tire'% Jurt/I of the Middle Circuit of the State

urrii: TO I pettinff those that are fresh nnd of tLc in>-t reliable AY GEXERAI. 1/"r't :,:/.ltfin'1.' fa. \ HOTEL of Flondt' on tl-e first Monday of July nest.. It H

.. ilmrarter., AMES A LIVELY.K November 13,1 i SI 46PLANTER'S I intrl\,ltd to bi* charge, in the best manner sind! des 30; A SCT nnO.\D" .,,', further ordered that a copy of this order be published

Tlirna. J Perkins .t Co, Tallab.ce, Fli.I. .. v. 26. 1S5?. 47 --- -- p lhh. JOSEPH H. ALSTON. COHNEU KKANKLI.V STKEJrT, SEW VOUK, in the FWidiaii and Journal', once a week for tbe .

,, I I.:. IIrrii.t-n.. Quin1; -. March 10.1580. ll-6m Sentinel copy. 'I )OaSEbSES advantages which all travellers space of three month

I I'i'iilmnA Palmer Morf.ortli\; ". George S. Collins HOTEL --- -'-- __J L .. Its location cannot be surnasscd.opprecint. Pasted at Chambers this 29th dar of March. A. D.

'.' I l.:'.:.tidA! I Dehatu St.Mrks. I It Shines Alike for All being convenient to the principal places of businessnnd IS. .1. WAYLES BAKER Judge.

,. ) ." 11!..r, Kev West, ATTORNEY fc COUNSELLOR 'fA!_ 1T.T. S EF7 :. h0 !:: ammemcnt. TIle of which there _Mj: eh 31. I860. 14-3m
V. V.vrM:: A Ormrmd. At1att. Oeo.I \ [AOX'S CHALLENGE BLACKING ia the ore two hundred are well 1'llrtDlf'Lt.Jt. and well ventilated -

...I. \. M. K in"D (J (X. TboaiasrClc .T L.8."V"V' I ..ii'1. only stundard article of the kind in u 1. IKSH. FLORIDA., rpIIE Proprietor of the above Establishment! takes: It Boot which it. is used!
TALLA1I \s.SEK: prl'lIf'rTf'Ith rn ,
83-ly : : visitors live in the best IItll'
_ can with the COOKS
J I_ this method of returning his thanks to the public! I tIe, leather soft and and thus its greatest rpIIE belonging to the Mtateof 1. Y.
JII;!le..lr.O.I'ICI. Or ( j7c! tmr the/ S' le Haul. Q) generally for their duriaiglie pliable prctent eciMwrny. A large parlor fronting on Rnoadway.SfltJ _1_ McBride show that many of you are due that
patronajfe cracking is warranted to retain its virtues in all climates
-"- Feb. 18. l6'J. 8 aid would solicit a pastl'ear ; commanding an extensive view tt tnat world- rsta:e in sums ot tl and upwards. The books and

'!. 1'ULAU)!:,. .. .J. S. ROND. ---.-.- - --- --- as be respectfully has fistICADDITIONAL I .be the atmosphere[ dry or moist warm or renowned l thoroughfare ba been beautifully fur- Recounts vii be found with the subscriber until the
t-anie c' !d and. ha*, fir
a a
; quarttrof century enjoyed ni-Iied for the of
TALLAHASSEECAERIAGE use ladies and the general arrangement 1st of next July wiieo they will he tamed over to
: Drs. Taylor & Bond IMPROVEMENTSin the j ood oj'inion of mankind. of, the lIou"l are such as to afford the greatest the Sheriff itb ittttrnetloni to'C l d. "Take dntf
I It is a moving mirror,iand adorn the palace of the ,
SADDLERY Iif, lionpiive lat Fall and is now >r pared: to comfort to gu ots. I notice t'ltrcof and govern yourselves aeoordi I"."
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i j I r'J ''1-"". ':. '. ill lie jnwtiee4MeJkiiic. Of- ujrinoditf, all OnISO'.1nr.l great and| choirs the solitary hut of the lonely back THE INTI.R.VATIOXAL HOTEL is connected with S. A SPENCER EitY.
t 1.1 ""I' -n n\flr.Ta.I'r. A'iOI :
i "..1 I l.i "-irv 1. ISJJi. "fi : TERMS. Like thf Sun diffuses its nial itiflu
--- AI NESS None nri-d fvar for \\'arot..f gowl R >uisaud good all: .Mrtrt anti cordltion of men and challenges their Accommodating over one thousand person in which
.KTNAISSuHAECE Faic. Tlureisan estwm sind admiration.For visitors can hive their meals or, if they desire, they
i. ESrABLISHHEHT.rpnr. sale wholesale! and retail brilar. will be served iu their own apartments. The fare IDTotloo.

CONPANYr --- OYSTER SALOON AND BAR .10., '60._11. ._ AMES & LIVELY.M.EassE's served in the Saloons and lIntel is acknowledged by ALL persons who have not already given in a. .

: Iiatm pr.icluKed .i\. \'- H. FISHER, Proprietor.; : city. J. TA LOlL; Proprietor. ( that they must do so at once,under the penalty ...
II the LiteDAVID f7ti March I 10, ISC.o. 11-la of n double tax,which the law directs ia ,nchcnjees..
: l ll.e: intrrevt of IJ-ri November 12. lS5n. !. 46 5 I1I1UT1
i:; .
'i; TiUJ:: j ia N .Cliarltr Fcrpctnal. 1( E. HULL. in It;*:. : j4 This'.:'.\--'f' respectfully SUtlta that it n

; :cK ICE CREAM FREEZERS .STILL A.HEAD quite impossible hr him tn call on each one, M by
1 1"u the ClI.rr tge. Saddlery A. MII>K, JK., )1. F. rA'Pl" ,
( ,.* I nnd liarncic liiuuireo -. DOUGLAS & 'SHERWOOD'SNEW dieirdelsymanysecmbtliinkh.shoalddooatbo.contrary. .
,LO louj kpt by Liw .( ./ f NotJice.; As Improved for 1859.TTnu it is clearly the duty of.every person. lo
... ''\'u1.t r"flpt.'Ctfl lly in I Co-partnership STAHI-LD box Co\kki\D UOTTOMS-TIV: M\"T'.OQC\ n"-\"M tr. nTHK '' mILE undersgoed lufonn their frien I'1' 11'.1'1'91 H\fMi! : >, 1 form the luhubilkut*i>fLEUN .=.j: ": I( only Freezer known which' is constructed on
'i:, L citizens pcnrally that they have formed a co TU Gregory & Co. L. C. DEMILLT.
Ii.I"rR 'r WITU1'1oLA.\\i f : anil ix'joiniii: : -< J J_ tru Scientific p o..ipel.! I
I.; 1 ,)11E -\Tlv-t. busi il in all it*. l'ut: tneHiip for tho p2r'pn e'J'f ecpTnAf'ctra ,lantly? .Tan Assetsor for LeoaeomtyMarch I 1
C CH. Oo'.uitics, that he will coD'Jnue tie 'PI .__ The cLcH pest. best and m C. LKWIS: Aemt, I.'III t(,. hi the Old Stand where tuny I* found1 at on band a ?'*H selected l stock< of (Grocrre? heavy i less hat and let labor than any other, I.eing at The and beautiful 17. .80. 12-till Idt June [SenLeopy.n.H. .. .,h
Good ) Fu _OIl I ISeg must perfect skirt ever produced ; ,
Hardware. Crtx-kcry
fur Talinhnwa ami ioinrty. ell time*. Pry Liqnw the saute time the moot durable III structure, mid
'. i"; ;. S3: I So/Idles ire.. whicli .they lull receive 011 {the Arrival of OMt C't'ttailin i its MADE WITHOUT CLASP. E. A.DF.2SON..W. R. XILTOX.
: operation
i l'lalf'I.', IlllJ ir'. Roail Wagon*, ', .nl ryrteamer-fr.>in'Nev Oilcans and! they wil!!pare Sold Agent A>r this United States, an-l warranted not to get oat of order.IX Anderson & Milton

.1. V I Rt. %tI. JB.Call'&Brcvard 1/arr.H*, Ilrittfcjt, 11'1'Tr'/&) no |p.iltCl tfr aecHininnxUte and oW'!:e all 'f their E. KCTCUAM Jt CO, Maaufacturers of .

I : and Jfcdtine lLn.J.; -jirOf fr.'ciij.; h'lDtay.fiXirliiem their 1atri.nage.- A"t'torn.cys: A't La
fc :1- Japanned 'lsiiihied l Tin W"r(. .
8 11. 15. 20 25 30.
35. 40 & 50 HOOPS.
Givct anxious to icep the bull 4SIt
I c.1U0 ,wa
everyarut\. -And! in bet, ery. rtitJ-i unaY 2 <5> Pearl Street, New VorU.Marcklti .
t.O-Q.: cy s. nt i nvv L t'I.t in such au'cotablialunrnt ; n f"h hor*** r'Y_': m.vng. ShINE & PAPY.FcK ', U60. 11:110Notice. 0EVERY T.AtTSTu SOLICITORS EQUITY,

; ".1 '..\H \" '!. '1.n1Y1\A.: '1.' : I"-:|;. to the interests of his ltllh"l r*..Cr' .', .. T % f '
I \ ,\ .: --- It: :. Tir> TO r'x: .\\ !\. THEM CEKOUE run- formed IB the 1
IHI.1t.'f1 lw-.b'.4iii tttf'1I'i.ttr romiimnnee of the patr .. Ii1t >Y. Donald Cameron I and will attend with fide hit and
< Itr tin-it |<..I;.nllho"..'. Ih Bp: 'n Iii.t predecessor. J. B. 'llU \\-nOLUx\LK DKALEKS StTrUEb prompt-
I .r (.t IX weeks from the fl!t pnWicitkMi! ,f thi r.->tK-e. BT I ""M to business entrusted to their care in UM.
"h any
; jirLcAc: : W1 CI i'.c rt, I1 hfc'"M'ft ,
.'in-t theS.eTiie Court aikl LitiieU? ; ,tie,! juiblie*!MihscrifK-r! that |h.'vnrilA tiil f't alg"nt 1lUt"infitrtn the Xg f;'L' the 'llIDB 11r. OJ: lCl 1PL ]] )O the undersigned will applY to the Jmlpe of Probate DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD C.rcuit Ci'tirts of Jacison. Franklin. CaHicun andWiuLinctcn .
of Lonn I -
:- ,1 l Q.I'.>. .,t T.,14hn county for letters of adminUtratimi on ; in the Supreme Co-irt at Uarianitt and ,
roll known and! justly celebrated TALLAHASSEE. FLAFFirFaiJ thc estate of C.irtholomew Holt drceve.1.! I.te iii.aii 51 53 & 55 WHITE STREET 4 -
KM-; ..' I...: Vi.LJnv.': .1.,. i in the rrilyil Mate* District Cnirt! at T al1aha.Me and
!:... U'itultr cV j1\':;\>,,,\ S ..-ins Murlunc I ( ) ; ; I WLJJEUS CUjTiil.V(, STORE ic..untv: WM. T TAYLOR. .. NEW YOUK.Mai.L ,I \pllA.Chi l .
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.nr"*" \heaomTnee: of the Convention-wbicfi will likely convention,-in the event- of Mr. Douglas'nominationfor place under present eirenmsUncev* JJt admiu
n'allroad With S Tnn b that there be circumstances
Connection are or
In I may under
form tie rhlif staple of most Suther speeches 1 to give them the most the Presidency by the Charleston cunnD OI inch a resolution might be offered but which
Railroad meeting ; not
l # mtrnal.T "Senator Hunter the New York We the proceedings of a snlg now
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says pul.lsh
inMississippi '
Cong i March favoringthe NOW, we have no to our neig"br _The newspapers of btl political parties nor in a Democratic meeting: When and where
In his lute speech SIne held Madison on the 17th then I would
CC1rcr Enquirer, upon a in favor of payingthe I whoull a lover
J a Stat Convention of their friends, either take decided ground repctu1.k, *r
,. sober le construction of Railroad from that place to having his that
end A (
--- - -- has the of I country ad ) go off
ry example dignified I before or after the Charleston and Baltimore Conventions of the State,issued many years I ia t r A L I. A II A 8 6 K E : bate worthy of-the place where lie We are Valdosta, Georgia. I -i thus be seen that the have bnd. g fa'I'I resolution for the g of ba country if bo in a
affair and
fple with the "Main Trunk' meet; I is their own they vor Planter nk Democratic the lle for evtr
-- -- -- statesmanlike question of a connection
free to admit that it U the most
man who love Ui* order and
suits their
WVTtUDAV, APRIL 7, 1860.21T that 1m been pronounced in the II Railroad and tne Florida system is beginning to assume the right to manage it a best purpose A rout> of New Y-rk mprh.lt are. about I of rights to be up Cn.dtution., he wishes equaFity to
.. Seuate on IrUIUt behalf of the South. We admire the bold- I! a definite fhape. The points of junction indicated W a merely notice these things, to show the Democracy to invite a many of the Lynn strikerus, will Cule. I the onlgoHrnment on earth which gnar

We nro atitliorized to announcer I cess soil candor of the argument, and at the same J (Madison and Valdosta) are distant from that our neighbors are not actuated by policy" to their city, pay their ,expend", and give them t.el to every man equal rights in religion, .,:
r or expediency" in their Of course and property? I* there not a
narty Kortl
T. BLOCKER I n candidate r.o Major of the time dist-eiit from most of his pooch." each other about twenty two miles, and there is no they are They desire an equal.elon.distribution of work. i (the Republican party) and the dominant( part ,

EigUh Leon Regiment Florida Militia a the elecf I Tlii is high )praise, con/jng A it docs from the doubt of the fact that the road for this length can the offices not in the State, and they intend t pursue The Philadelphia. 1ttll.1ii Eptep1 clnf.rI I th.rt who are exerting every nerve and sinew .1

I ablest lurch journal in the great be constructed, provided there is 1 cordial unionbetween'all ence has r.ruMd by a tote of ayes get the government into their hIJ. in I..Itr
Mm ia May. ____ ___ I Itllu\.lem E the he course most likely to effect. that oLju' What resolution of several other Conference' to deprive us of our property rights in this jjj
is commendation the interests But quts'ion concur in I L1.ion'l
"We authorized to announce I IOeD. pire State of Korh. i a inToltt hat course may be, they can tell better after the make us political vassal t And will they l selleve
condition of membership.California
*J are applicable to all the elaborate efforts of the Senator. ( arises-assuming as a certainty that a connec Charleston.: and Baltimore Conventions meet. make non veholding a I their en.11 and object if a united Smith don nut

WM. E. KILCREASKof Gadsden county, \ lieu always able and always dignified, dealing nection with the Savannah road Uouly a malUrof The Sentinel reiterates the assertion that the is. found tIe rich in silver, even toa I encourage that little Spartan band,of Conservative

a a candidate fur re-election to the office of Major ; with principles rather than in generalities,especially time-Are the points suggested the best for ,Jhe ; .tfiarleston;. a Democratic Well greater extent, some think than in .Id Thuslays men North to renewed ex.rlO!. ave this e >n.

General of the let Division of Florida. Militia, at the I when discussing questions affecting the weal of hit Florida interest And secondly, Can the proposedconnection we will not Xerevry dispute i about it. But paper why doe the the New York .relra.lhe has come to resemble: try m.tt'r.t J we will squabble that amonj caul ounelvt'aouL ff rin tJo.r,

I ejection to be held' in i May_next.J5eT" _____ own section, whether those questions relate to slavery be made without encountering vexatious SttUiiul name Mr. Hickman as "high Democratic the tenuous double shield, with one ride of gold and lovers of this Union North to sicken, and may thr>
or Nor Mr. Hunter, though a South and prolonged legal ob.t.cle T As to the first the other of silver, about the quality of which the not ground their aims to those fanatics aiul rl
I I and American t1 f
We are authorized to announce fiu\nee ? He was a Whig an b
authority the Now is the time ;
truer and uncompromising in his advocacy y of the question it occurs us that the further East the two knights ofold disputed and fought to the death- ship proper for suet :rr-0
O. W. PARKIULL.cf Leon a. a candidate t fore he was elected as a Democrat to Cngresluring lotion and a Demortic meeting the oily
D. county, of the South Asa legislator is made the better it for the interests The Washo silver mines, in Carson 1 alley. are pi.tftthe
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Major General of the Western Division, I InuriJ rights mere urti041i.t junction 'i b the election of Speaker and since he has resolution could be offered and consiJerw _

I rO: ,.nt the -Ie-ion in May n xf.Pjrf" I his entire rec rd shows him to be a statesman of our road. I is supposed that a Savannah acted with the Black Republicans, and has been now causing tie get t u.ttmtnt I lit hough t ;! The Democratic party is the only national) party

MiEi---- --- -- I who thoroughly comprehends the theory of our connection will draw off much, if not the greater by twenty five miners, frum Citlifornia. will I now in this Union, and its greatest strength h.-
for being
rewarded doing by
We arc authorize*! to announce Government; and while he would confine each department jx'rtion of the produce that is expected to passover Speaker Pennington 8 a Chairman of the Committee go to them this spring. Bills have been introduced! the now Southern 5 i. the Democratic gtatn In arty.fact, the Therefore only p:.rty, is it i tb

t J. JOHN WILLIAMS a* a cAndiJate fur Colonel of of the Government within the clearly defined the road, and if this be so, then that part of on the Judiciary The Constitution in the California Legislature providing for the Annexation II magnanimous, under the present crtuDltanlf not to

,, tie Eighth Regiment, Florida Militia, at the election bounds of the Constitution, he has been everready the line which lies East of the point of junction .r held him up as a traitor W..hingn e election of of Washoe Yaley. a a prt.f California. say nothing of our have inTie those of our
to give his sanction and support to every legit simply be a tax upon the other part. Now from Southern brethren who n.nJ acted with u*
That of the 29th :-
in Speaker. paper January says [ the Floridian Journal. and and aid
Fo to along us .
come our high
go ir mi,
-- imate sectional divisions and Tallahassee: the Eastern terminus of the Pens?. of hunter and the Pre ldeiiej-.
liar."r mea@ure. rtgrdlea.f t "The Helferitea persisted in their support Senator lion to save this country which has cost mush l
We arc authorized to announce I advantage. I i thi. peculiarity in Mr. Hunter's cola Road, (Lake City) the distance i about one Sherman, the democracy in their unbending antag- During the discussion at the late Democratic met blood and treasure T s

Major D. BIRD,vf Jefferson county as a candidate character that renders him at this period, while emi hundred and six miles, and from Madison to Lake onim to hits Even with the accession to their ing held in TaIJhasef. of Mr. Hilton's resolution Your correspondent tells the good people: : .TUt

for Brigadier n Onrl) of the Militia embraced nently.fit, at the same time eminently available
within he Middle Judicial Circuit candidate. Among commercial classes, particularly junction L fixed a Madison, nearly one-haI of and Winter Davis the Hclferites could not was asserted. by one of its opponents that Mr. Hunter man, who once belonged to an .firit..1]

in the large Northern cities, no statesman of the pres. the road will be deprived of the benefit of the achieve their unholy purpose." i i. not the choice: of his own Slate. This assertion powerful but which has lost its natioralirt:

IVe\v .4drerll.enienln. ent day is of higher authority. For many ye.r he freight passing over the other hal But suppose Now, if we should quote Winter Davis as high might have been wel founded, and y-t if the would Jrty.fush himself on his ancient political i

The stoaraer Auita. of the Savannah and Fernandina has been chairman of the Committee of Finaoc in the we are mi.takn. and that the road East of the Southern Whig or American authority," the Sentinel i- scripture aphorism that "a prophet i is not without enemy inyiatiol or some occasion to
draw him out? are ol the
line, i dvrti,.!. in-d'lpII| to take Sena teand during all that time the finances of the nation junction will sustain itself,even though a portion of would be shocked-but that paper can quoteMr. honor save in his own country" be true, Senator ry of the country a good and many true as the veuman--

.i"ih.r to the Ch.irKf.lou Convention fur *30, the have been me.urbl'ln his band. The Ware the freight, which would otherwise pass ovtr it, i Hickman, or any other person that may suit hunter might be \\1 worthy of our Ir,!.'rence.- favored Democrat of the land, having the s.un mOt interest

round trip, provided the contention shall adjourn house system, one of the wisest and most salutary diverted in another direction, the other question its purpose, .a high Democratic authority"-and But I have reuson to believe the rejxirt of Hunter's and .good and true a heart beating in |bit(

on Saturday ; should hold it longer, nn extra (charge f .turf connected with the tariff policy of the Government come up Can the prop connection L made .it is all right. weakness ia Virginia not well fvumlcd. out boom giving as any in Southerner his Ihe.ion, who to would the party make-in a poor

oft 2.50 per day will be made. She will furnish owes its existence to his foresight, and no without and prolonged legal The Opposition will, we presume advocate their Virginia is divided into fifteen congressional or who would stay away before lie could summon f.ct.

Loard and lodging for the trip. man in all this wide land,it is well known, .done obstacle? In 'one brief word, we do not W old doctrines of Protection, .., in their new or- electoral districts-she is choosing her delegates to courage to face the meeting and express his senti

DCMUU. has a number vfeotnforl* on hand. more to establish the SuLtre.1 system than Mr. line that it can. There are stockholders and oten ganization. This will be expected of them by the the Charleston Convention by districts; ten of the I ments. but who, if invited would quietly cast hU

-.ate Ilunter. Beyond a pradvotnre. he is the most who hnelnn.te largely in the securities of the Whigs of Maryland-and if they do so, their success districts have heM conventions, and the result is. lot among us and fht for our eonstitu.tional .
rights. But be that
The Home Circle. acceptable roan the SuLh t the North, road, who are opposed t any Georgia connection, will be hailed with joy by the Black Republicans Hunter delegate from.six,Wise delegates from three, only objects to the may wording .f your the r"lutil'n.correspondent

The April number of this monthly i i. already received. while i is equally true that no man, come from and above all at Madison, became they fear that who care more for a high Protective Tariff and the representation from one district equally 'I and if it Imd been s'worded ns to .omit.n our.riders !

U* table of' contents contain the usual where he may, could rally to his support s large a such a cl.nnectionou}jeopardize the prospect* of than: they do for Sambo. The Philadelphia Inquirer divided, that is to way, tine delegate for Hunter the to vote for certain candidates< at polls, sot(

variety of excellent reading. Here i is a portion of popular tote in the South Compared with him, the road ,a '"ole That they would interpose (Black Republican)of the 21th alt says: other for Wi e. In other words,of the delegates I candidates not to act with for instance us in our)it.Idil.eralione might have,(nominating with his

its bill of fare The Skeleton in the Closet ; The each of the other Southern aspirant i it a pigmy in obstacles there i little doubt I is true the Legislature .But the main question is. will Mr. Merrill's will appointed already, thirteen are for Hunter, *t-ven approbation. Where would the Christian met world

R.r. A. It Erwin D. D.; The Stepmother; A political ttrength. Their: popularity limited to has repealed the 2Uh section of the Internal get through the Senate? It will get through the for Wise. Five districts have yet to make &]>point be now if the preachers i.f the Gospel and the con
s Lovers Influence ;The Influence cf Physical Agent their own States to my nothing of the want of Improvement law, which forbade 1 Georgia connection lou by of Republican the people love and Gouth professing Democracy votes}' I merits. Four out of these, it is confidently claimedby gregation of Christians did not constantly i inviteand

on the Human MinJ. No. 3 ; Up Pearl River to qualifications in some of them. Johnson of Tenncs west of the Alapahaw. but thc repeal i is one We doubt iU passage by the Senate, or if allowedby the Richmond Examiner(which has shown itself live?urge the would sinner be to return,indarknea unite with*. th.1 and

Canton; The Orange Groves of Florida; Female At see i a demagogue and the father of the objectionable thing its constitutionality quite Another-and the them to go through, 1.1 look for a veto at the much more reliable in its calculations than the En. If your I cot respondent wrapped be a .inlt man, he would

tire; Eii"tcr in the Greek Church; John Henry Homestead principle. I was one of his p pet legal obstacles t which we refer protect themselves other end of the medium Avenue and because the Baltimore Mr. Buchanan Patriot is quircr,) will elect Hunter delegntes.A hardly expect to meet with much success i in court

Young; Astronomy ; Scrap of lthoi"tlllr in measures when a member of the other house Sli. in testing this very question. It may be an anti-tariff ing a fair damsel, he wished to marry, with.
will have it that he writes as Mr. Cobb guides his it i is the purpose of the Virginia delegates to
Alabama; Onee upon a Time ;i"Living for Other; dell is a )huckstering politician. Fitzpatrick and tested in the State Courts by domestic Stockholder hand.: her vote in the Convention asnit out inviting her, yea, begging her, to share lute set
cit as ,(mi exam tage with him. lie might visit her till
Recollections of Bishop Capers; Female Biography, Orr are men of small calibre, while Wise i too impulsive and creditors, and in the Federal Courts by foreign Now will the Old Line Whig of Florida continueto pie which it is hoped Florida will follow)it may be amid though she knew his m"tiv s and doomlI\. ,

with interspersing of}'otr.and a very interesting g to be cafe. When on the right track he goesat creditors, and thus the matter b hung up fur a uphold the Tariff system Wi they lend their confidently asserted that the whole vote of the Old asked, accede t his overtures, ye'unasked, .11t

Editorial Department" railroad speed, but i lie happens t run off, indefinite period. But even if all the parties in legislative aid to build up such abolition hot beds Dominion will be given at Charleston for her distinguished would never become his wife. be a loDJct.

This we believe, is the 6th year of the existenceof which he i&apt to do as not, there will be a ter interest in the Pensacola road were t consent, as Piltsburg, Lowell and Lynn T We shall see. Senator 1 Ion g as there i* a chance fur I wishes wonder ask did him his IpOf. knowing her the roJ I *
the Ilnme Circle" and although i is a peri rible smash up. The Democracy do not desire or which need not be looked for, however there remains f.- his nomination. Neither will the hu.band tk road to

odical published for and by the Southern Metiio the country want a eccentric,impulsive President, the Central Road Beyond a doubt the News Item While I aJ"ote the above resolution, I am not, our party without being I would le

diet Church, and therefore may be I'Xke upon asa but a man like HUXTCK-no demagogue or hacksterer prosperity of that enterprise is deeply in\ohed An. Albany dispatch says that the DemocraticState nor do I understand the author of it to be, in favor wrong t expect it Democrat "

,denominational enterprise it has yet obtained a but one possessed of a comprehensive intel Any Georgia connection, no matter where made, entra committee of New York have found of binding down the delegates from Florida by in Your eorendelt were, ackn01.lege invited

popularity with all classes of r.J..r. second to lest, calm and .elfelan who could call aroundhis will be fatal t its interests, and if an applicationto "the best arrangement they could make a Charleston .trcionl I would select .h (the number Democratic party country abolitionism woul

that enjoyed by no other Southern publication It standard the plaudit and entLu.iam a National the Car will prevent such connection, that for eighty person i 1. five dollar per day, t t which the State is enttle.delegte a many alternates domed and the quiet of our homes .. 1' &b

1 remarkably free from sectarian cant and bigotry Party, and under whose administration the application "i be made either by the Company commence from the 16th of April, one week before of approved judgment, high character and cure to us; but he rays he is unwilling to extend an
and seems conducted with the sole view of whole would feel safe and "His creditors in these the invitation to outsiders "which would be tr.al.
b country
we right
itself are
or them the
seure it I connnton. unquestionable Democracy; leaving t with contempt and ridicule." the gentleman
improving the heart and mind, rather than with life" well remarks the Richmond Eraatiner,"has and Georgia connection be desirable at of the in D.
"ie'l. i a The executive committee Opposition guidance of their own best wisdom after conference think tnr one measure eon by hi* IlalrbUlbel
the intention to enlarge the border* of a particularsect been marked by scrupulous integrity, and in every all, we suggest whether such connection would not have called a State convention in Milledg- with other both from the South and the baua he would ridicule overture made l

As a specimen of typography, it is not sur. department of public lu8int in which he has acted, be more advantageous and less likely-to encounter Gerg, Wednesday the 2d of May, t lake such North I ,delegte a surprised if such A delegation to him t right, doe he thiak every one else
passed by harper Monthly-one of the cleanest he hiss exhibited an enlarged capacity. Free frmpNiol. obstacles by fixing upon a point further East? be deemed in reference t b would do likewise? He has much to learn vet about
action a may expedient, J shall not, upon full consideration, come to the con human nature No man or party of men will ridicule
and neatest magazine of the present day to far a I calm collected and severe hispublic ca By the terms of the 24th section, no branch road t election"
( the approaching presidential elusion that alike on the score of talents, statesmanship or treat with contempt any proposition made to him
the printing is concerned, and in this respect is high reer : a favorable comparison with that of the Georgia line could be built Wa of the .Alapa- -The Tennessee Legislature failed to paw ,patriotism, principles,personal character, rub or them in good faith and in proper manner and
Jy creditable the Nashville Publishing H<>ue. the most renown ] statesmen who have illustrated hate, without the consent of all the companies "A Democrat" i i. the frt and man that I
t lie service and of Senator Hunter onl
the bill for the of free negroes from the aye, availability,
Terms of the Home Circle, f2 in a.hance.a the and guided the counsel of this mighty owning the several portions of the main line, and expulsion have heard ridicule or speak in but terms of
genius i i. the the And has
State man for emergency. my opinion praise of the resolution of Dr. ; and the
__- without the of the Trustees of the Internal Pakhil
Confederacy. The multiplying evidences of popular approval been and still is, that if Florida could by such an Jefferson County Democratic M..meeting held on
United States district court
Love of the
Judge ,
Clark'. Plctv.Ttiere Fund Now whether the Courts
support which are now given him from all portions Improvement of of instructions which last Saturday in Monticello. did not only puss a resolution
can be no longer any doubt as to the sure of the Union,arc not the ovations of partisans; would decide that the repeal of this prohibition i of Iowa in the case of the bonds issued by the county would trammel her (1110r do to di. inviting all Union )loving men to unite with
delegates,) something
crier merit of this Cultivator. The following testi they are tributes of approval rendered by an e"n- constitutional or not,oae thing yet remains clear: no of Waplo. for railroad purposes, has decided rest the attention of other States towards one them but asked permission of two geDlele of the
that had full issue them, and 1 opposition to allow their names > go on committee
from a source which entitle it to the obstacle could be interposed or would be at county right t
oaae* to conduct which has won him the legal
mOll lightened people worthy, and concentrate upon him their favor, it t draft relnton.and appointed a
highest cn.ideration. the writer, being a large reputation of a great statesmen and an unselfish patriot tempted to the building of a branch road t the that they must be honored would be a most desirable opposition man te our State Convention.

planter in Madison and a gentleman who know The duties assigned" him by the popular will East of the -The proposition to repeal the law abolishingthe SOUTHERN con.umm.lon RIGHTS. There i i. food enough from the Banner Cunty"fDemorcy"

"ba a good Plow i*: he has dicharged with distinguished: ability and law. death penalty in Wisconsin .been defeated month. for "A. Dmort" t feed

T.LunUEE 18th March, 1860. unwearied industry. Amid scenes of excitement: the junction ought t be m.de I cannot be hindered in the Legislature by a large majority. Mcsass. EDITORS: Your very astute eor pnJent. Withont a united South there will be a third

lift 'D]i. AuTo : and in all difficulties,he hu kept constantly in view or delayed by application t the Courts, and The result of the elections for delegates from over the signature of"A Democrat" has ft. tte.l party formed, which will be ruinous to J

Dear, Sir-I have purchased one of dark' Plows the highest objects for which a patriot can attire being considerable nearer to the Eastern terminus Virginia t the Charleston convention this far is as your issue of the 31st ult. to set right the acts and onsenatiu element of the country at the national

and bare used it I approve it highly. It is(II1ap. From file fixed principles lie has made no etpnrtnre. than Madison, will render that part between the follows : For Hunter, C districts and 12 delegates : doing of the last Democratic Mass Meeting, heldin eleton elected in November which will nut A the Black death RepuLlic.awi to all

simple, durable and you may use any kind (.r Plow Through a career not short nor unTntul.e has junction and :k City less a tax upon the other for Wise 4 districts and 8 delegates Five districts this county in reference t a resolution introduced our hopes and the perpetuity of this kel.

upon the tame stock and change froni onetoanothcrwithout been neither hurried by passion into excess, nor be portion. Beside, the further East the road is carried have yet to appoint delegates, all of whom, says the by Dr. Pnrkhill and adopted by that meeting Your correspondent discusses the question of

low of time. I hope you may be successful I trayed I. ambition into intrigue. Ilehasdiplayed before branching off to Georgia, the get r is Lynchburg R'puUial. will be favorable to Hunter_ inviting all Constitution and Union-loving citizens Tariff, Bank and Internal Improvement by GeneralGovernment.

_i disposing of your right I I no self seeking} solicitude for cfiice-he has neither the probability that produce from the Est -The Cabs-Uerran treaty, aa amended by the irrespective of party,to unite,and,if possible, rUle.(at (. Tee 1 fa.quetonl havelong is concerned since been,)

1 am, yours truly, annoyed the people nor Government with importunate pass westward seeking the Savannah market,which United States Senate, has been finally ratified by give quiet to our dear but distracted country by beome obsolete The entire South have adopted

JOHN C. McGUJIEE. applications for place or |>wcr. A temper 1 would not be the case if the point of departure is the Government of New Grenada putting down those peace-destroying and disunion the Democratic principles on these sulj>ets and
__ fixed far West And this a matter which the only principle and aim of the now
T- conservative, an intellect so near, and to I fanatics the North at the next election Democracy
Mr. Forsyth, editor of the Mobile and a is, how to put down those fanatics North, an>i save
The A o i"I nee at Ch.rle.tol-. Hunter. with character elevated his should not 1J overlooked. The interest of the Regster. Now if will small in
aim me a
a are recommendations
1 steady : the late United State Minister to : has you spare space your the Union. And I contend the only possible wayis
There i* cvMemly a disposition on tle part of trekralhrrn for the highest Executive office.- whole rond is to be consulted. I would be a get been appointed by the Governor of Alabama, com paper,I wiil try t show the gentleman that though by the united South acting with the tonMn.lv

( Democracy. to claim for tin ir section the An enlightened and interested people will give tnhttketo make the connection at Madison, te missioner, under the act of the recent Legislature, he may think himself the sense-keeper of that get element North. No third party can anvttnbut
Charleston. This ii manifest result to be the rendering of all the balance of harm V -;
nominee at national Democratic
JYcvidenlial limn A just, anti we btlievf a favorable consider i for the promotion of direct trade with Europe.The .- party which has done 1 .
from the action of the i ariou State Convention ation. tie road,between that point and Lake City, worthless and i* still destined t do much more, for the progress
salary is $4,500. Democratic meeting In 1111.hron h.
tobicli lIne already appointed Jeetc' Tennessee ---_ -- or comparatively so. We write without any and happiness of this great country, that

lies expressed :lrer're"ce for Andrew Johnson, From the Tampa Peninsular, March 84. feeling on the subject, caring nothing about where A call has been issued, signed by a large num- there are those in Leon who have learned their T'XA, Hillaborough March 24lh,County, }l I

Ijicisiana for J.II :iJ.I. Ii! for Senator '-aledldorJ.T" the connection be made, provided the interests of ber of citizens of Wilmington, Delaware for a State lessons of Democracy from the dictates of an enlightened 18M
ill.l Agreeable! previous notice,tie citizens of {
Virginia i it divided hd'\(1 Wii>e aid flit Rtt.Zr and ///front nf t'o Peninsular: the whole road are consulted. The question resolves convention t appoint delegates to time Chicago con- reason, based upon th/teachiogs of such t I1rian
l"'u. met at th Court-House in
borough Tampa
and between Cobb and My ) has been short, to should be i into the simple inquiry to which vention. county
Mr. Hunter Georgia Stephen Jiitorial (1 a statesmen as Jefferson, Jackson and other lights cf SHELL
II. V. was called to the Chair and Sixo.iTCKMAX
Southern Stale ha intirna t my n :u\ is the best and in that alone have we -The Terre Haute Cleveland Herald
no as yet spirit Express self-government by the and that they have
I td. The decided stand taken by the present Editor pint people elected Secretary. Upon motion a committee
I Id
tedawhllingueesiii vote fur any Northern candi' .f the /',,;uHlar again t thue'iliere'"of"Squatter it and the Dayton Gazette, all Republican journals yet to find one line to show that the party is to be of five was selected to draft resolutions, who
|>ref,Tefiee to one to the manor l*>m," and : Severe!jfiity," is in accordance with the principe re.Deatla regard Mr. Bates as firmly and positively pledgedto circumscribed in its numbers or area of action
therefore be as-ntned that the section which i : -> of the citizens of the County of lllpt.ronh-, of lames IV. Dabney. the Repub1en., by his late letter, and therefore Your correspondent has lost his discretion in this retired and aflera short time reported the following

i I easy expected to furnish three-fourth of the vote that i ii. has 1 know of I but wishes one or two for prosperity exceptions, ;which thertfor"I hope, J.mc W. Dabney Esq., a planter near our city a suitable candidate far the Chicago nomination, matter. He has showed too plainly his misgivings WnxjutAS, We,the Democracy of Hillsboronghcouaty -

tw make the President i* a unit in the desire that the public 1I'ft will aid and assist in promoting. As died on Wednesday evening last 4th inst, of Fneu- jn ismuch a they believe .he will rally around him lest too many should get into the Democratic party, have met in Convention for the purpose cf

tie shall be one of their own people. Nor i i. there I soon as press can be obtained, I will issue a prospectus moiii.t, after a few days illness. Mr. D. was a native the conservative men of the, entire nation" The lessen and among his chance them some for aiDing lights He which has might selecting delegates to the State Convention *i

anything unrca'onable in tl.U deMro. Hut once fur another paper| to be ealletthe "Sunny of Albemarlc county, Virginia but emigrated t Louisville Journal on the other hand while declaring out of his own mouth promoton."Tea self, and proven party, Tallahassee for the purpose of nominating delegates

since the etpiration of Gen. Jackson's second term, wrist South,the" in J'enintiJar which I will to, t the extent of my not ability only, Floridi some tht.three years ago where he had a Republican, nail nothing else" Bays, "he has a* a mean to promote self, better than his country. to the Charleston Convention, whose duty

has the candidate of the National Dcmoency been the Douglas heresy but di utterly.er f1 demo1.t ber wit which a continued to reside up t the time of his death.He .- by a single blow severed every tie of confidence In his troubles about that resolution and its effectshe it shall be to aid in nominating candidate fur
has become bewildered and first the
taken'rem the South. 1 1844, Mr. folk v..the portion of the Democracy are wa a fine type of the old Virginia gentlemanhospitable orof sympathy which connected him with the southern resolution and then the &, attck the Presidency and Vice-rreaideney of the United
Wishing you, individually, prosperity and high minded, without guile and without .tie finally misrepresent
constitutes in the list eon States
nominee, cud he Ihexwption bap erYatTt.John the action of the meeting on the resolu ;
i pines, and that you may each and every ( hypocrisy. He leaves) no family, having! never married '
of candidates from Jsekwn to the present time. In Ii to see the happy day when all the rightsof Bell Brownlow, son ofParsonBrownlow> tioo With the Sentinel and Its opinions AND WHEREAS, A platform of principles plainly
you. Y and relations in tin State His friends in
no about State I have to do. 1 think
politics nothing
18C6 and '40, Van Uurcn was run : in 1848 Gen. the sluveliolding late are fully recognized and of the Knoxville Whly; was placed before the Examining combat affirming and defining all the right the slave-
informed of his death Editors, are able to with
Cass; i in 1852 Pierce, and in IS56 Uuchanan. On protected, 1 am, r ,pctfuly. die, Virginia were by telegraphtoliis Court at Abington Va. on the 22d nit on you. Mel of time, and it is no business of tep1ey holding State are entitled to under the Constitution -
F. Sentine out
DtLAUNAY.Ex brother, MMj. Wm. Dabney, of Charlottcs-
the other band there is a dUpot.it ion. growing Ed. Peninsular.Mr. the charge of murdering J. W. Reece a fellow student ; but a of the Democratic party, is of vital importance to our security as

stronger every day, on the part of the Northern D DeLaunay is now In T.nahlle. a a Delegate l ville, on Turay. .- a Emory and Henry College,on the 22d Feb and one when of tht Mass Meeting arcalled 1 have in a right t sovereign State and happiness a* a people;
to concede the candidate to the South,- The result of the examination the bind' speak it preeding queol
mocracr the Democratic State We glad the rur. was Axe WuzaxAs We believe that the sover.
from Hillsborough t are right t see our neighbor, & "A of the squatter
Even Dugl.is represented at preferring next t Convention which meets her on Monday next, and tinel, in such good spirits-it seems t be In a fine Ing over of the prisoner for further trial at the ap says.: "It seemed to take the meeting upon surprise eighty doctrine, as enunciated and maintained by
a Southern man, and it ii farther term of the Circuit Court, under bonds for of the whole number not over
( his affords excellent opportunity humor with itself; and every body in the State- proaching ; prent Stephen A. Douglas, will in the end be a*fatal to
' aid that should he fail in securing his own nomination presence a t for hi in the sum of one thousand dol"larr. ten or a dozen voted upon time and a
those who may desire t encourage him in the except, A few Democratic office holders appearance of those it" our liberties and happiness as the Black Repnlli.
he will at least have power enough designate p.rh.p. Seven sat the case,of whom portion
t establishment of the Sunny Sonlfi.,." by hand This is owing to "(lie cheering news magistrates upon Now the meeting not have been taken by can doctrines:
who the candidate shall be and that that candidate goo three for the immediate discharge of Brown' cul
ing him their names as luLri1er' Mr. n is from different part of the State, of the spirit which were surprise, for I the resolution had been Be it resolved That we believe tie
will either be Hammoiid or Orr of SouthCsrolha low. The testimony went to show that the killing' shown to before it was offered who afterward therefore
tx> well known throughout the! State A a writer animates the Opposition in their determined effortsto doctrines of the Black Republicans are intended to-
or Fitzpatrick of However this ( far from intentional was wholly a misadven voted it, and again to other who will
AlabmL to need any commendation from us. We wish him rally together and have a voice in the conduct eo being of .gin.t urged that it was right and destroy our institutions and subject us to their ,
be, we believe that the supporters of Douglas, approved the election of of their member* we would regard
may abundant success. of public affairs,if possible" True, there is a little tnre proper that such a resolution should be offered ina one -
in the event that shall be unable te secure the as an open declaration of war upon tne slaveholding
they -f--- drawback to lie pleasure of the &"ti"t. and that The Washington correspondent the Charleston Democratic meeting at this time. S a goodly States, which should be met by the South
of their favorite, will exert their influence
success A Decided Hit. number knew the resolution would
is it cannot at this time succeed in getting up an Courier, under date of March 26 esys-The J ofew by an immediate severance of those ties which not
in favor of a Southern candidate and that there A German citizen of Massachusetts makes the re. Opposition State Convention, there being news from Vera Cm daily brings support to. the Agin"A Democrat" tells us: bind these States together.
1 many act i which
need nothing but firmness on the pert of the South eeiptof of a Republican speech, under the frank of the urged against such an assemblage Administration in its policy with Mexico, as many could not be t with.n a practical proposition result.- Bt it /miner refolred. That our delegate* to the
such nomination from objections atended State Convention be instructed 'to vote for n* >naa
in the Convention, t procure Hon. B. F. Junkin, of Pennsylvanin. the occasion by its own friendbut it finds much consolation of the Republicans fancy they can perceive the final Then why did they act in faros of the proposition as delegate to Charleston whose sentiment are not

their own ItOn But who shall that e.ndid.t for a few pertinent remarks in a letter to that gentleman in the fact that the principal objection against overthrow of MIRAMOX'S government and the cstab' (if they were unwilling;) for, it is well known in in unison with our own.
be? Upon which one of her son shall the Southeoncentnte on the hypocrisy of the Republican leaders it is, "that it is too much in imitation of the manoenvering lisment of that of JCAB.EZ in its stead. The last all deliberative bodies, when a question is pat andeare Be it further molted, That in our opinion *
her vote J This i* important question or lost, (especially by a small majority, as I Southern should of be selected for Pre -
a and the deleterious effect of the doctrines and has the last chances man right
But we are told that after news totally would have believe the
rO'te us was case
Democracy. reeh'e
and one which we think is easily dent but if ia the Charleston platform all the
.n..ere teachings of the Republican |arty on tie business the Charleston and Balltimore Conventions adjourn of Mit-tMox capture of Vera Cruz since the first andmain here) tos who keep silent are supposed to go of the South are secured, we pledge ourselves to
the field and the
( I we run the eye over scan merit interests of the State and the peace of the country, the Opposition will then hold a State Con- chance h been lu.uoeSu1 with majorty. else they would overcome that support the nominee.
of the various gentlemen whose names are mentioned majority votes. Or. were they 1 dum- State Convention
He conclude in wise A That the
: it revived. present
th. \ntion. for the purpose of Dominating candidatesfor -The New Democratic Slats Convention "A confesses he further
in connection with the nomination, there Jersey founder(a* DClnrL" was) having been called fur the sole purpose of
need be no difficulty in arriungat an answer to the I A reaction .already set in; the masses of the Governor, Congress, Ac., and, i they conclude on'the 28th nit elected delegates to the Charleston t.t wi take something ever a week for them t choosing delegate to Charleston, our delegates *r*
people begin to consider their own affairs a litt. support the Baltimore! nominees, Elector of President Convention, and passed resolutions against the slave sufficiently recover to object t specially Instructed to resist all attempt to nom'pate
question. There is Johnson of Tennessee, Brown of In Natick the home of Senator Wilson, five t No UCMTS. Editor. the resolution met with the
I and Vice President the the Cincinnati and de candidate for Governor, ft Repreeentativ
Slid ell of Louisiana of Ala- men are through the I i *; approving platform of ft of *
Mississippi, Fitzpatrick hondr marching, Itet hearty cneVrc majority d Dr. Ceegre, and.If persisted In, to return horn
and Ham with inscriptions of what any portion of the State .! t be representedat elating that no unauthorised interpolation will b and 1 ventnr ,\ every "
bam, Cobb and \phent of Georgia, Orr .bantr o &ay la h\e me take DO part therein and
: KaasaV Slav State.' Free Soil for FreeMen Baltimore send UM modification of the both and Opposition (if choose be -
mond of South Carolina, Wise and Hunter of Virginia. mor they can Delegates freth from _agreed t; advocating ing D' yon B. itpcrihtr retried. That oar delegate
r No sir Brand fur rPtw.,Children F to call ) th* some Stt
O the people" by,a diaerimination in bvor'of bom*manufactures 1 rlee i mye.net strncted to read the above revolution tt the
In all this list, embracing ..I doe men ia the motto paraded Wore Wilaon'i windows few Democrat, your who for tie
more or let di.tiguat i political life, I seem The speech which he .ant M. here in thousands Of course, there i neither "policy" nor "ma recommending William C Alexander to Vies Pm.Ident think about nothing bat self crNpndent Convention Charleston Convention.previous to voting for delegate

us there i* but one neon who combine the experience did not supply his constituents with bread for their noeuvring" In this course The Opposition In this {lan declaring thadministration 0 President quent t party. And why should the spoils be less All of which is moat respectfully ubmltted andyour

t and qualification which the time call for.That wives and euldrn. They ak (or 'bread,' and h. State are not at present organized, consequentlythey Buchanan statesmanlike and enl"a u. i the party were larger t Only the chaD would committee ak to be dich rfed-
them ask labor and be for those exclusive few to obtain
They for posi
.tone. cannot tell whether they are in favor of the before the New York b IHnt Signed, JAMES GEITF.
man I* HCTTER, the distinguished Senator fromt lye a speech. anti-slavery don'tfl )rJoh lay appeared \ they might be eclipsed by some new JAMES McKAY.
Virginia. He tow n-s .\01 all the roe, in < s cry the stomach, though they 8pbe mind Baltimore or Cb.rnwD Convention-but they can court oCpl. on Tuesday the 27th nit and argued o1t. I would t Go that every man whobreathes JOHN P. CHICUT05

element which makes time statesman and wise 1,':isepialator. drive away the customers who buy our man I tell you that they are i favor ft distribution of tt could b given in the LemonVirginia American air hd Democratic puI beating J. D. HAYOOOD,

V H' wen a* private life u uf'lcturc If there i it an avenging spirit these ag.tto.r the public office among their fri.nde 0 Should they ( )share e.lnumu as the slaves were through him; ywti would h -ar n more M. PC.
rltel. will have to answer for. grave offence I about this Union being destroyed-no more about
bl never been an intriguer, their of their i hold SUU Convention before the National Conventions in Canada,and beyond jurisdiction of the court, about oration
wit ol" u:. lt t I <-pri\iri fellow men daily bread { te ales philanthrophy more one t nor can he Le eharged-with Laving evt-r sought t ---- meet, they might imprudently cortroit and r.rer. because the former owner of the atgross once happy country rising against another for On motloa the *aa* wmaittee wv appointed b

t't influence the popular mind fur Mi own promotion I Lexlut1on Tloitnment. i I themselves to the Baltimore nominee, and then if had been paid for them, and had D further the sake o party and who t advaaxM would willingly the cUM of some Mleet five suitable persona a*delegates to U>e 6uu

IT*i ,in the hg'lCft 'en*-

mist a inure ilittti.i_-: |..- o.tli..t r.-viarUl'U-' far. ;Lc i. CJvfctioB. -

a''"nee l all hi.te nsV4S i il r'I-of l 101':n.-, !l.lu- .l \ &i t jii.. )iMMit :outii \'r"lill. who III.t' w':! be ;iit a had ti.v But by putting off their r>tse that Hen Io"n Cot b would N rnHalde! tends B-Jt, hit- en. Wttor.. "A TVwoert further f": riz: Lams Lanier K N. Lrckbarf. Av

t l ', of'--..<:..r.i11; .!' ":i-:. !. ':::1! tli- 21st! May, 1tAD then choose I tate !'r romiuition I by the )llaltim'vre f T I I



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(.lUll'J .'. rpli HrtWrll and William Cooley. who an aaaenibiige whWi tan exercise uv power except j List of Letters -- -- -Novv Good.s -- A Valuable -

wiaiiiiaouJj elecUdbj the Convention. to debate. and advise. Kegro Wom I NEWGOOIJS
T rt( 1\.tlDOeJ, tbe delegate* be pcnuiited to.D' R.sstssd. eArifor..That ia tile OJh.1. orLl. Gee. I PEMAINIKU in the PoST-O"ric; Tallanasaet FOR FOE S .
eral Aaeembly U J.1uexrl'.lif'npointdc1..galr' _Jt, Florida 6tb. I860. i
which ia\Ueii waalutt.li .
offer a
to the years
confernc fu
'' rrot..l| by South Caroliu THE fulcbr 'I
II'f' .
A Joo B Atkinson IIII.t'rl'n..i.
thAt' the ,- I J.ei. Lsun-l.e-a.an.l
lS then reaolved p-iocee-dinga. of this RebiNd That tie GotrrmV of ll.'u Slat Ie re- ; I col. a Ktipenor dDI
resolution. quested to .. George Alocwncon, \11111.111I, Larn.. f :1800.PRATORIUS': an excellent Apply t.. me at my office,
the ICf'ompeliJilig UheTainpa I
I .ilh eomlnumeste I lie furegoing to the (J tenwr :
4.eing. Alfred I l N di'f.. .I""colh Ii J.. ,.is .... rlu THOMAS LEONARD.March I
il Pentnanlar and the rWidian of the State of south (Carolina ai-d to the \\. H Au':"". enpt ). 0 Lce: ;, -- Mievosiiki- 14 K i SP2INGr: & STJTffiMEE
ruloliolltd Governor of the otUr sirriiodlt.g) Sule & CLARK 81!, 1860. ,
lurnll1. Ind that the proceeding VUeertib'ed I :lpt"It'ekI"1.. !I-HoI..I! Meti\ ..
.1 ) I II 1 1'I
__ .1")1rl .
-- NOW IN -tr--, .
t-f !.he Chairman and Secretary and the delegate Direct Truatt I B-X F Biker 1 \:eKntry, HAVE full I J. R. GREGORY & CO,
H' l' rnircl: Bird. ; Nicholas. )1ckel1.: a a *"rtm I I AT TIlE
rniht'd with a 'PI. It i i. known My,the Macon TilffrOfk, that the 'I ut ofCloths
I Brandl. iu Miss ADD MirulI
b' Henry ( Care I II (Srit-EvoRs TO E. BAK ARD, JK.,)
: H. V. SELL Chairman. Cotton Planter Cwavetitloa sends vat a delegationto I Jut II Brunch: ) Maj J A Mines.Stephen .
I e' I ICassItheres and Retail Dealer in ROOS
Wholesale CASH
!'f't'l'flllr '. D Jetties )feJlInid) a
: '; Trr.'I" Eurorrrlnell''II.." for the l'u"llOtIe| 'if.rrsngiigtie Bj'rJ, EXCHINlE : .
I I'I'I T 11 8olftl. 2 Jaiirs A 8lur'ii .. :'
I preliminri and particulars connected with i / DRUGS AND MEDICINES I
OW Boatiek J..bn ; I II
: UaUrei.1 Sleeting In TladUoa.MU.IHH ; diieit trade with Continental I OFi -
Eul'OJ't'V. are in. FA DJrd Mr D MeElvy : Vestings, I If

C. 11., Ft*. t foriiKrd by one cf the conimis loners (Col. unwell A W flint, Mis L 0 Mcintosh, :-- :I i "

,: Manli. 17. 18G1 \). I CuLL) that: they will leave about the 20th of May. Mrs A 'rtK'en' (ic care Caroline MeLeud 'Spring Coatings, I i iI ii I C \W, & CO.
: I. Buetiek, L It) Cbs H Mop f Drillings, Marseilles,Vestings, &c. ,
.: 1 ,r'15Ilt '" "> <*". a 111111.\.1' c.f the citizen: of We regard this a* a very important movement, and SCO
<'''IIII'} "lrl 'ui lie Court Ht'u c at II I IA. desire for if'all conceivable\ Berman a Co. I t' H Mother, 2 Which they are prepared to Manufacture to Orderat
'I ""I'.U' *ucces* Every comUiVrrial -
k M. I Mrs Mary P Bryan. I Tallahassee My rs & Co. the Shortest notice and In the most Fashionable .
,i I., ?,,ti..n -f Mr L M. M.-ely. Mr. R F. WAKDI man and every Cotton Planter in the State, A ,1' Barrow. : W II Mitchell manner. Also, an ertensive assortment of i

appointed chairman$ : and 11. M. hrrrux: i* deeply intfreled in this milter, and} rhould J W Jiima. W n Melouies, I
I \ \ \\jis suplurt I I Men and Youth's Clothinf, Variety Goods Requiredin
Bart Celia Miller ,
p ', it with all their! might ; fur il i is their! interest Brown. 2 Ever ,
: ,It.: '.1' "*. I" (.f the Chairman. eta I I J W Bratti'ii. I Mrs Mary Miller 2 AND S
i; < -[ y request ",hicli are to be f>romotid.In : band at the old of tbe Mor. Market ,
i: ,?.' ulijtit' ot' the mettinjr.! '" hich ""U to tale I the! C-E A Clark, WiJialD: Mi I icr, FURNISHING GOODS HAVE l corner o of Clinton ltnd.i sue U, a th
accomplishrnt-nt of the objects of the Con li81 Jane C.mp. Rn J F B
the prupriHy of t'c.'trlu-tin Mitys. ,
nkrati..fl a i
: ".1.1 from :MaJi-on. FIorKU Y.M"rta Georgia. I vention/a File it to be held in this city, next winter ,, J W Campbell I I' A MeOntf. All for sale at the lowest living prices. They respect large and complete stock of pure ST .
j i-| solicit call from their old friend and mid nlDye.Stufs *
:Miss W fully a Drugs Medicines ,
Jail. Chambers D Monia ChfDi
: al*. ofp-eitmnemhriifto! the Board of Iirrcion; of three weeks continuance. This addresses itaelf
Jane Christian, The customer, at tbeir old stand opposite the Marine Paints Oil TUT- LadleS brass Goods
-f the \I4.W'Re'4a i and Groreia Rail Roa the pr"pri. I to the citizens of Macon do I Maya.Mary Bank Spirits
': ,,f..listi.-in.; the Gulf; 'nllinns..fiJ U.*d to personally ; they can Ann CiUtine, N-S.ml ENolth, 4 Agency.C3T Varnishes, Brushes, Camphene. -
v much and all they can do will be required to be Charles Cole, Albert S Norrill. We are receiving 5.w Goods monthly.
., |i..'t 'r |-it I Fluid Window
t'' ."" ;,,.i.'flJ: ('. lope a com mil See of stven9i.i. done, for the expenses neiesiurily connected w itli Willis Carman. 0-) W owns, 4 ManhSI.lSCO.: 14 Burning HEAVY DRY GOODS S

| ..i"t..t 1 I.. prejmrr Lu-uue-w for theinertin-!, such a protracted exhibition mont be large. Tile Mrs Ben Cuker I U..ry 0'51lf'rn, Glass, Putty, JfC., JfC .
yft' O. Tilli.mn.. 1) F. :'aJar'llr i : Bryan Church Cahiu Owens, 2 SPRING TKADE.I860 together with a fine assortment of
c, .:.1: of I It IVj* J.-epU city authority will do all they can do In this I .
t \\ \\ \ :-.illa. John leX.ir, Joliu (!. Putnam I respect W U Camplwll, henry Outurhre. TOILET AMD FANCY ABTICLLS, PLANTATION GOODS.BiBBOH8
and it is hoped and tl.nt the citizens- ,
iB.I] > H. Mvs..kfer expected E C Cabeil 4 : P-amnpeou Page coxsimxa or

the committee; retired the' meeting wa ably I Macon will second the view of th., Convention'by D-BHd C Dal1u. I Join N Powers, Superior Tooth,Nail, and other Brush.
I Mn Ellen Davis I H. I'f'retoll 2 "TTTE are receiving R large and well selected lair
: aJJrewrJ l-y Cot W. 1 Mostly displaying of ,
.ml' p'ntly a spirit liberality comtnensurate and India Rubber Dressing .
L- :Mo.cly. al'trrllb the committee Green Davidson, W R PrtDties, \ V SPRING STOCK: consisting cf es; ,
,JC ptJ
,rfnrueJ[ anJ reported a s follow: I I with the undertaking.: Washington Davis, J C l'u\1cn\ Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Dry Gitodt, and Fine Combs; Fancy TI/t

111nvl'l. I'V an Act pa's.-.| by the General As- The commission is composed of Col. howell Cobb R A Drislali Mite Hetty Quig1ey. Groceries, Iron Xails, Trace Jf Fifth Soap ; Pematume- ; 4

., ,..m\h\ .,r tie Mate of Florida, the twentyfourths Col John S. Thomas and lion. T. Butler King.- C W DO\1'niul R-J 31 H.iekoo, Chains, Stretchers, Bacon. Salt and Perfumery, 6fc, <$-c., $f. ANDtRiMMINGS

!- i: m of llw' Internal Improvement law was re We understand that they have appointed Mr. Le E-Da..id J. Evans, Miss Martha Richards, Flour, $-('., 4"('., 4r.$ All of which they will sell at reasonable price, Icykeeping .
..tfthereby\ removing the resistance of Mid law Mrs S Ellis 'J Caroline Roberta. with all in their
,. \ constantly supplied
Hardy of Atlanta (now employed on the Western And for sale cheap by BOND t CO. aelict
Mrs A MElli.. Mr
ilati"n I.' Railroad connection between the Rope, line and by.strict attention to ..., wiU endeavor -
1.ute of }Florid aol Georgia; and whereas liy inf and Atlantic Railroad) a* Secretary... and Linguist. Mrs Susan J EIli", B A ituseli. L1.)>d. March 81, 1860. _j4 _ to merit tb patronage heretofore Lratiwed ,

l..hly received, we lava been tna4.. Hn- 1 Prof S Ellis, Mill R.lly "b80n, their predecessor.
.motion SaddIesIamess & Bridles upon
,' ,' .f the futility expecting our interest to be BUSIJIDW AT THE SOUTH. The advertising columi a 'I i Co1 E"eritt, Rev J Rt'vLou, Embroideries and Hosiery
., TteJ 1', our'Yltt'm of Railroad when tiIo5e of our exchange papers from Baltimore, Norfolk, i irs Virginia S EIJtr. W E Rice, FOR SALE BY BOND A: CO. Physicians Prescriptions. S

',ret re"thought) come in conflict *ith the Charleston, Savannah, Louisville, Xtw'Orleans, St. I F-Enoch II }Forte :Suecti::) : Itil"I Marir :SI, 1S6O. 14 Particular attention paid to Prescript iona-c ie -
.n rital towns the Eastern portion of ourHa1 I J 11 Fitzpatrick. B F Roberts. -' fully compounded from Pure Medicines All Lours-
t--r.S': of Louis, Ac.: afford good t".l Juice of the! wishing lickbliril'K Shoes '
and' ...herca, in consideration thereof "'e prosperityof MillS Kale Fannin, George BRaudeD, 2 ALL person have their orders filled by leaving them day and night 1OOT'S: SHOESAND ,
.. ,111;''it of the utroiict imjxirtance to the interost .,ftl" l.usiucs in those Sections of the country. We Jeremiah F..1ttom. Jerom J R'ger.Rn with : BOND .t CO. March 24, 186V( 13 : 9

>f Ma-lison county and not sitagonk'h hive never known them *o largely filled with advertisement G W Fag S-Col II Y Snell 2
i ti7en- < March 31 SCO. 14
: I inurt-t of the 1'enae&a: and Georgia.to' I before. This prosperity is the fruit G-Joln GlUm ,. Mrs Mary Soluudcre, -Lloyd- ---, ----, -- --- ---- T1RH 1 HOPS SIAKFIrS 1IER1W AI)

i. .!I. ior to th.ofot' of tIle citufii* of other j lrtIt of the liipli price and abundant of cotton William GaultDY.! M J Sanders, Rio, Java and Laguira Coffee, _U EXTRACTS.JODLIVER .
cUIIII'ti.n Uniliond: crop Mrs M E Mrs Eliza S bmith
: ,. Mate thnta l.y Gayle
f 1'iobably the political agitation has encouraged SALE BY BOND &: CO. / OIL Celebrated Brand.
the IVn acuU and Robert Goole W II Stiles 01 HU5htu'
had an.lmalf'l Ulween FOR @
I I. \
''-ia i i 1tl lr.1 at auJ trolll Madi!'on ('.,ur1. Houses many in ot advertising the Southern and nierclmnt extending to their increased bnsiucs: efforts : J Myriek Comic, Janice )1 Simpson, _:_ d. March I '!, SCO... 14 ____ : Y\Ff Rf G :

> ,,I'1 uithtli. "'aunnahlllany and Gulf' Rail- Boston Traveller.CONTRIBUTIONS. Richard 03tin.: .1 110\\31'11 :Shine:; & Summer Hats : Potash: lt SORT. ,_

,i : :it the ".Yo'll of Val lost* in the Mute of Geori .. E C Gri.sett I Miss Bettie Scott, 2 Spring ROC.: _._ .
'liiisiucr.MMnelhe iuiii H-r and conip.tition of Rachel Oroubf.r, :Miss Kate Smith, / lUEAP, FOR SALE BY BOND ok CO. -- ------ --

',: 'a.l-and maiVet, and ;hing: u. additional FOR TilE POPE.-The Germ Miss Florida E Gorman. Mrs P"bey, Stock\\"eaUer Vy Lloyd, MarcIl SI, 1860. 14 Fresh Supply I.. tond
U-nJir ,-. of :," Catholics Cincinnati !have contributed H-Mr lIewell W J Smith,
.,.' iruardc asf.; in't the lUlrc: tiiom.jx.k'sItnnfore -- -- o
; ,II'r. 8182,000! as they say, to replace in the Pope's II B Iai-ley Miss SA Sluls: Clothing.A .
!Ke-oIveJ.! that, it i is the *en of this treasury funds sequestered by the machinations T Hall Att"y at Law W R Swain PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
coun'ction by lUiVoad! between the Mrs Patiel.ee Houlk David Stamnan LARGE LOT SPRING CLOTHING FOR : -S
meeting tint a of the of the rights and TRENCU and American Window Glass, <
lUilrood and the Savannah usurpers patrimony Calvin Ho1mes. J A Shaw tale BOND & CO.
I I', ixicuU and (teorjjia of the cheap by JL? 4 Bon Pure Lead,
:\l.n" and
:i h,' town of Vailuta. pectirely. $It a consunuKi BryAnt Holland, Mrs Eliza n Smth; Paint and Sash Brushef.. ,

I reatlv to t b* decired ; and that the County JACKSON LODGE, No. 1.BJETIIREY.re Noah Hews, 2 R Q Skipper G S3JW) llII.1 m@w CI J Vams

CotiuiiiMoneMof Madison county are hereby. re jnest reminded that a regular meeting nakiuJorC, Doctor Shings. --0- FINE ASSORTMENT OF I ATHER DUST CORNICES & CURTAINS,

1 vi ..cin conformity with the tenna and tenor or lb. Lodge takes place at the Masonic Hall thisevcaiag. J H Harper. T-8 A Thornton JOhN B. LOYDON. JOllY n. BRYAN .1., .__ ,
resolutions. Moses Hewell Wilson TuUe6eld. or Wilmington N. C. or Raleigh, 4. C. --
of ilif PATRICK IIOISTOt"N.April Hardware and
and Cutlery
l;,telffd, further. That the capacity of the Tort 7. im Storttary. MiN Susan Hoytie. B W Taylor, CONDON &. BRYAN, GLUE, Cmb ,
ad! Harbor of::'t. Marks, the prrtent Gulf terminus A Hoodaand. J B Simmoos. 10.2 __

in I'M.; IVntacola<< and Georgia Railrond. are nor in I&J-Mre0AJoyner4 Ambrosia TIIlip. COMMISSION MERCHANTS', T7- EROSENE, Lard Ne"t Foot and Train Oils, NAILS IRON AND OILS
,ur npittion of such character as to serve tie SCALE OF PRICES John F Joyuer W-R C Wright, 2 _L\_ Linseed Oil. ( raw) ,
f terminus to a Railroad of the daily' in- To; be. charged by the Press of tlorida for every description MiN Mary Johns 2 Catherine Walters, 32. INDIA STREET, bit'd
r' ri"'"f <> a ______ _. Burning Cap ene, &1
.-...sIt ; lC'nttland l ; importance..the IVuMcoIa and of Aarerlitlny: Samuel C Jubuaon, :Mrs Srtab: j Wightman, r

'...,ra ttailr'4J. and that therefore the Madison Square(occupying the space of 12 Brevier : K Jones. James Wilis! REFER TO Spices &c. .

11-, .'?!> of *iid Railroad company be requested lines, or leas) one insertion. .. ... ... $1 00 Miss H B Joyner, W II Watems, W'M.: R. I'ETI'E8Cuh..l\AM TAt.uUANu, FLOIUDA."Jog. /*}

; ,i2.*t and urge; liefore the lloard of Lireetoraj For every subsequent iusertion. .. .. .. 50 Millll HenriettA Joyner. R E Williams, 2 March"NO.31 WILL, I860. f 14-4t /CINNAMON, Cioves, Nutmegs. Race, Ginger do t S

: j p..l'rio.ty| of
j'a ciuiiKx-tion ith the Gulf(>f Mexico:: at such I" 6" .. .. ... .. .. ... 800I H D Keys, J.Morris Wise, Lost or Mislaid Mustard Seed. Allspice, Cayenne and Black Pepper P':-Z-e

:'" r |1.'rt a' by its depth of water and other I I" lyear.. .. I .. .... ...... 1200 Mrs Emma E Kn.pp. eDt Williams, Celery Seed, Bottled Mustard, Nice Olive Oil.
:'i" : ...I"\' lie ample for the present and 'pee- I 3 I"-------------------- L-Uowel1 1'. Lyon. J M Wi1IialM A NOTE of hand for t29.97. signed by Wir.J- :

'". 1! :!UdI: '! of the commerce between the Gulf 3'. 1 ...... ......... ... .. 2500' I Miss Sophie Luring Prof E Wilburxi t\. Moore, and dated the first of January, 1858, FLVORNG E'TRAC of all kinds .

. ". M. \', o :1".1;1 1 the Atlantic Ocan. 14" II" .. .... --........ .. 3000 i E F Lewis, 1 Samuel 't'ightwan with eight per cent interest flora date. The finder

\:':" i tlieelotjnent
> I:. C. lope the preamble and resolution t" 1- .. .. .. .. .. .. CO 00 I A II Lee 3 Louis Wise.M .igDed. L. T. SIMPSON. ISINGLAS Gelatine, Ac,

T ',:"i iiiiiinoiitlr! alopted. I" I" .. .. .. ... .. .100 00 I NASH, I'ostMaster.Apn1,1860. March 31, I860. 14-4t by every Steamer.

,'j i,>ii <.f Cot K (1 Pope the proceedings Estate and Ix>:p\l Notices to be charged the U-lt [:214] '
-.' ",i''!.r.'.' t to lie published ii. the Southern MesS Ntme as transient Advertisement., except --\5: EVANS & CO: FRESH Starch Chocolate, Bermuda, Cocoa Arrow, Farina Root, A largo assortment of the above af

."f u nli a request for the TalUhaAsee papers toi Notice of lHsnii sion a. Adnrnistrator. for
TIlE BEST. band and
liich tile charge shall be-------------- 10 00 NONE BUT Tapioca, Barley. Sago, Ac. tides constantly on selling

i I'>:i;in.>t ion the meeting, then adjourned.
15. F. W AltDLA W.
,taaJ_,,- till forbid and charged in accordance with above For tnle by DENHAM. Idigo SA, Cppr S.ltpt c Lowes Cah s.

1: M i -\ 1T"', &atltl"!!. scale. April 7, 1860. 15-tf, Fo'

--- --- ---- -- ---- ---- I---- 677: PIONEER S WE DISH LEECHES constantly on band. M 180. 1
The Isles of Greece, the Isles of Greece"

:BY TTLEGPAPH Sprrial.. U ticts. TVTOT the Lard, but pure BORDEAUX: OIL. for -v Q HOULDER BRACES, different kinds NEW STORE NEW GOODS!
- --- -- ---
o .
--- --- -- DEXIIAM'S.April
1table' be lad at
-- --- ne may
rx'ir.R! FROM EURO PI:. MOTHERS! MOTHERS !! 7. 1860.( 15-tf BROADWAY) GIFT --- ISTew IPrices !

You are all nurses, in one sense of the word, jot TTEIMSTHEET d CO'3 INIMITABLE HAIR SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity of .
1tf '4 her--bOoodSpfri t and Dad _LJL COLORING, warranted to restore hair THE
ARRIVAL OF TUEARABIA. ranou determien and treat the disease of your g'y known to the either of Tallahassee
children ? or do not call In a physician when and to its original color,at the Corner Drug and be i is .
you the Spirits for preserving Peaches BOOKSTORE surrounding country tla now pr'pu"r
pure J. R.GREGORY & CO.
they are ailing? Accept, then, the aid Dr. EATOX BUT can be found at to offer them, one of the bet eelectexf and th'c.pel-
purposes March 24, 1860. 13.
iniislsrssTlLcCuaznai.. He U .
a regular
bring*you April 7. I860. 15-tf MEDIUM'S. stocks of
and from muck in Infantile
Complaints has compounded l this preparation To Raise a Breeze, _L at the Corner Store. GOoI
.I \l Y OBC: M troll ;;*'.-The \tcatnliip Arabia without paregoric or opiate of any kind -so a* toa SEW-YOEK. J. R.GREGORY&CO. .f'r brought to the Southern Country; empr u:*
eurerriis-ftoyonr fiufftring little one in all (batIk one of tbe Gentle Zephyr FANS for ale full assortment of
I, ,- ntriicd _ith UicrjKv l date to the 17th in't. USE March 21, 2960. ,
attending their teething; and for cough, or croup, DEXIIAM.April THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED 1 DRESS COODS,
l.nrnpooLi'oTTuN 1..rr.-.al<< of the woek'HMlalet or conrulsions and alto for Summer: Complaint, itis 7. UGO. 15-lf Fancy Goods, Ready-Made Clothing, Bua's

.' >-th.. market cl>*$in<> firm and quiet a certaip: cure. You may rely on it with perftct -- ------- ,--- GUT BOOK HOUSE. Denlow's Benzine.
I To Cool During the Hot Days __ and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Jewelry,
l.iLi.roui. COTTON MaratT.-luriIg the week I confidence, that Dr. TOIVFAKTILE: : COEDUL Keep ---4" for biking out Paints.V.m'.b
cnuldneter have attained tile celebrity it ba in the of Summer A GIFT WITH EVERY BOOK ANEW LQUID W of all Guns, lfC.t
,j' 'ulator tool;: 2,500: : ) la'.e. and exporter 13QcQI I easy Stinl from SII or ole Pios
I ,.' <. The market opening with doclinini prices United State, if it were not the very best article one of the Double Wall Pitchers, fill:J with W'i>rrA front 50 cenls. to |UK,00. kind,. without injuring their color or texture while All of which he wi positively 4. remarkably
i i. fist
; i
fur Infantile Complnicttstiat put tip. : aJJ a email piece of Ice ; use frequent leaving no unpleasant odor. It is used with the same low *, in raise be li fonrful.
( T-V price t money
1 101.11.1., but closed firm and Tie salc oilier | iTj gJ a .
Steady. superseding and For IDID S
bumbiii without their
ly. This is a certain remedy no success for cleaning Goes altering of having bought fo many goods for tire Springtrade.
advertised with
-j.IIY were 8OX Inlet Tile f"lIu.lng are the! sale by DLN11AM. By con''tant additions to our stock we lava' col- color ; also for removing greasy .tiM out of Paper lie, tl'rroe. earnestly botiritff a call before S
.I'I'S: ; the CORDIAL the most invaluable iieccsbiiy to every April 7. 18fiO. 15-tf If't'tI'l111.e largest! and most varied selection of Booksever of all kuula. For sale at (the Dray Store of purchasing el* al be hi confident that if you
M well a* unmarried lady. Buy ..
rican -?!.!. I Mid. Orl-ans .CJLM..UU itand read the eir-ular every envclnpiug the bottle, and ------- Comfort- offered by any publishing house in the country. J. I GREGORY A CO. buy there once you will kr so .g.in S

( ,,. -';!.t I .. MUles..621. will ,get: the particular information you want To make Children feel all of wbicb are fresh from the publishers hands, and March) 24, 1860. I JOSEPH UALNOER .
I .. ... you able, warranted perfect in form. Next to t
i'Iatia..3. I Uplands 6Jd. t:5?" 8. e advertisement. are every (lie' Sto.
11,.. :tick, at Lixorpuol i* 80I.CUO bale,including For sale by Ames J. Lively. T3 UP CHASE their SHOES and STOCKINGS A CATALOGUE which for rft'Ctionofarrange.. MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORER, March J4, 1860. 13t
_ 11 "
JL from DENIIAM. meat earE.fulltlection. and classification of Ancient ZYLOBALSAMUM

e.o4P* ) American.JS"TE Dr. Hosteller'* Bittern hare rerted! the w rm- April 7, ISr.(). 15-lf and Modern Literature has never been eqnnlled.and WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE, NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
or raiDL.Manchester adricet are faror- eat enromiunu fnnn the press and peoplithr fnion. As atalnaMe tonic for the cure ut 1).1181. Flat- CO.'S
n! l olenre CoM allon and (I"n'ral nervous debility, It cannot Notice.S throughout the country is now remodeled HIIMSTREE/ INIMIABL FOR TUB
Thr be appmaeheJ. Kvrry Jijr new esses of 1'Tf.li effect are and improved,and will be mailed free to any address HAIR COLORING, BACHELORS HAI DYE S
bullion\ in the Bank of England had incrra ; :
chronicled through our puhlie Jnornnls. nothingeqnal will
IX months after date, tile nnlersigned present on application. B TRICOPHEROUS, SpringandSummer.
the enjoyment to that which' the afflicted RRY
'e.l! lit eiprrienravbeu
sttrling. using tbi.valuable. .penile. Iu mild i lone. I Its sure and his final accounts and vouchei to the Jude; Send (or a Catalogue.: Also a good assortment of the best kinds of -oWE -
action a diaunleml slomarh. and the ricansing of Probate of Leon county a* ex-oflicio admimitrii:
vigorous upon It will be mailed free to address, and 1 will
nr the entire hnman body. .h< i.l| rcroromend It t, all tor on tli. estate of V. V. Skrine, deceased, late of any 3Poxrxcic3.os c*? Oils, are now receivingur usual STOCK of
GENERAL KEWA in formation
invaluable assistant! the of
classes of our eommnnitr All: that a ill be nreewarj to ronvlnee prove an a SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, wtichmil
lie House of Ix>rd,have agrretl 1 to the resolution and the he skeptical('(\n..lo..r.b of.(iu healthy effect, la to puichaae a bottle said county, and nsk T. BLOCK to be di-chnreeil ER Excfficio: : AdmV. library or the selection of useful and entertaining fcr the nal.ergu.a w and art .eUi"l very toe, eoneisllhg it pert

,,0 f tli,. Ih u'e of Common approving the French gold Drotr( u and dealer e.er)where. April 7, I860. 15G1I1P1easu.re reading. : o'a aa follows fFANCY

lr aty.lIegrapliie, (y Dceadrertiaemcnt in another coJom GIFTS ; : REFINEDFLORIDA NOTIONS, GENTS CI.TH'O.

TrLps: 1 The limitless varieties of Gifts dit bufec1. and DRESS HARDWARE
account from Calcutta reached
Eng. their really m'rmsie Table will commend them t.tO all ARROW ROOT GOD
."..i 1 io six da.L The American slip Lady 8folk, .$ jp UtWS. lovers of good tvte. By. buying in large quantities DRY GOODS, CROCKERY.HATS .

flea Liverpool to Calcutta, has teen abandoned at -- -- ----- --- -- and lor cash we are enabled to apportion a .greater At the corner Drug Store.J. AND CAPS, SJiDDLERY. S

It' ea, The crew were saved. POUT OF ST. MARKS.ARRIVEI :). Ii value" to our patrons than others, a* one trial will R OP.EOP.i Jt CO. DoTS d SHOES OROERt. r.
convince those who wish to test the strength of our
v a itrrrland bas sent a protest against the annex Choice and DRUGS & o & c .
Cigars ,
), de"iruuII of taking pleasure trip on inducements.DIsF.A.TcI3 Tobaco.PURE
April .. Bark U. II. Gamble, Powell from New York;:, & Georgia lUilroud, will be carried "
TV Pan Bour, closed lull at 8CT1 with' aMuirted mdz and sundries. fr<>m the Tallahassee Depot to Station S and Those who regard a prompt reply to their orders WISES AND LIQUORS, Marcb 17. IS60. 12 S

'" x.tt" of Central 'uon'rwllc1mingl.- in April 4. Mram.hip Magnolia.CrowelUXew Orlean with! back for one fare. This provides for taking the 4 will T>e cute and IIIIInil' their T'AtroDAge. as the central For Medicinal
U. h. Mail,ossa.-nger. and 1,700 bundles mdxe. to sundries.Le8 location of New York with its diverging PurpesCOOKI.YG
ain and the evening many HEW e9 S '
r of annexation to Sardinia. same Jay for South Florida forts o'clock} evening,: tl returning same
1"ORT. on the Eastern train which arrives at Station 3 at means of transportation: ns unrivalled IVINES,
Jt .r-r of an insurrection at i i.considered IN VINEGAR,4CI
Naples advantages in forwarding t< the most distant points.
and Tallahassee at I 7.
Bark R. II. Gamble, Powell,259 Ions for New York,di- 1 past 5, past -
Tie business r.f our Establishment Scotch & Porter murf
lit. W L. VIN'SON Asst SDpLllich arrangements Ale I1TTE are receiving per Brig Sampson, our
ebaretnc. have been BO thoroughly perfected, that orders received \ V ofSPRIXG
J\n; amllOn. r..rbolr.InoJinl[ for Xt* York. 31. 1660. 14-4t ALSO A eaRtH SCTrtT supply 4
rlp|(:". t>. .,..<1erw>n, Kinp. mnitlne. by the evening mail the next morning are on S
FROM WAS1IGTON.Iv Total Cotton Receipts at tie Tort ut [lL Marks from. XI!jt their way to their. destination and no orders are d"- Water. AND SUMMER GOODS, S
t"' Ul )March loWl, "I.tt: ? II/J,-.. Congress
:>9. k'
11".To'X.: March 29.-In the Senate to-day I Septt-mU-r.bhipmpiit In aanw date, :S9.UVZbkl' / I! witch 726: sh'pprd New Orleans balance to N. VurkCommercial. reception For sale at the Corner Dma Store of
rpiH.rtcd the Lilt as
favorably upon] to levy I SAFETY. J. ICGREGORY & CO. Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Hardvarr, a .

1'II'?" lutie on the li".iiMIil'l'i" | i River fur the We lake: (the risk of all loss! through the mail, if March 24 1860. 13 Large Stock of Boots, Sh. and Groceries S S

j'-'m"I't.i of the I'.M Outre. The resolution for ---- ---- ------
the direction are followed a* in Catalogue, wbicb is
Glass and China Ware OilCloths
-- -- -- --- -- ,
(1 f a month during the Conventions was re-- --- not done by other Gift Book Houses. Money sent NEW GOODS.p
; TALLAHASSEE MARKET. the form" of draft to order letters and Mailing 4-c.
"I, In payable our or ,
6th I860.COTT02T. TLoc*ands are daily speaking in the praise of 4c.
April enclosing funds, if registered according to law, are fcidiea
JI"- .-Tlie President sent to the House to days We would especially call the aUe '
__ .-The market 1* very quiet and ancb'Dft"I.re'I DR. EATON'SINFANTILE insured a safe rttnrn Weber to our urge and
!e denying the right of Congres to investu eeipts at the ware-bouMi. t bale; sales of the week 36 bale, .4k.GITTS. S S

:t'a: '<-' l eonJuct except by charge and impeach' price S to t cti. and 49: bale of Sea Island at S3 cent CORDIAL Book Agent and those desiring to become so. MERCHANT TAILOR Ladies Dress 3-ood.s.

: ,:,lit.' TU e message fell like a bomb-bell upon th HEIR COLKS Cotton Brokers. and .why because it never fit to afford\ntant*- should examine our tf'noll. aa ten book ClIO be sold AXD DKAtn t HOPKINS HEL'NI. S
ia.k\ neowt.relief when given in time. It act aa if by in the same time that one may be disposed of in thevegulan : March 17, 1880. 12-4t &tl copy.
: who fiercely attacked lit. The convince that the inducement Rctdj-Iade Clothing
magic, and one 'trial alone you way through given by nato
was ably' defended: by MttIIII'L Doc ck of du bberfitnttnfs.PORTHE 'wbatweesyi.strue. It eooUm the parebiuer.Uf .AND CKHTUDuVarnmlthing Claris Plow.

\ "Sinia, Craig and Winslow of North Carolina OPIATEof We pay tie moat liberal eommiioo to .- u S
""wge vat referred: to the committee on the Agent PatontetlFcbruary14th, 1SCO.
Jill any kind, and therefore relieves by m*ort"; the I3f" We keep the moat varied and extensive steak T.llaba.1a.
lary'VfiJent instead of tsaeaaLbila.a of Books and Gifts and circulate thee il now i at his store Bert -0
deedenivg ,
tH/erimat ofour child by << I gratuitously THE SDbb
r.Y. right to sell this PLOW in the SUU orGe
.. Charleston Convention For this reason it eommeuda itself a* ot complete and beat claaifiedeatalogue m the A a well selected rpOE JL and Alabama been sold and

r"x IE.Tlltt: following resolution ban pa**. o tbeeely.1i41.. prepsiation now knownDEIS fdr cnb.- eonntry.a stock .f SPRING SUMMER GOODS Mritabte forGENTLFIMEN'S h or Leon a-.
si Joseph
f"th' Imaje, of the Tnne.see LegWature: THE NEW AND SUPERIOR Tirrumo, DUUHOIA, DTSBSTKXT.! Gairw txTIIX rgjf: We guarantee perfect .ati.&cUoa to all who and County n Al. ettioo county.State are_
KrtolKd BOWELS Aciomr or nx STOVACH, WJSD, COLO may favor ns with their patronage. W Rgt l oe 01
That Die in ( sale. Tnia U tto
Tenne to ,
Awembly part
o 15 THX H UP, and Cxovr,also for softening lie game, HOW TO SEND FOR flOOK! i ei.t o .r .
I.ltlng in our present relations with tin ioflawation! $he'Bowel,and relieving -. French English Cloths Cassi- 0 mTen b I strong simple arvkbefrp.XL
reducing regulating ,
of Five Book and he sent
"holding State, an imperative neeewitj ,Order up..ardaboo1d B. CLARK,

,,......it"/' ln.."ure'doe" not Iet distrust the eax -.:J"crJ ..diLJI it M need pain with,it baa unfailing DO equal success-being in'all an anti-apaanMdie eases of 00.n'UJOJr .- .Iy) express, if possible, a* it is cheaper and safer I meres and \eltn., I 'V.r 10. i860. 1 Ptentt._ .

lh'eSout rn State., by a wise and firm I than by mail. of the latest style and bt .hi h i prepared
SATUR life and
value qlaty.
'e of tla LEAVE FER5ANDINA ON : or other FITS A* you the Money, be sent in form drafts, make and I
; .r lr re erved to tb WILL ifpnssiblesboul1 to up I
protect <
powers nlor wish them front'theis. t i .ohwo-Uk Jut
the ehildraand to o
)U : Y. list,1880.after art health of save Rive
April your
be if IIICIt the maiL
1.1 liWrtie of the people, and to a*payment can stopped through faahtoi.ablemaitoer, At-
: preuion. O RJULK T Per vrlt.
t Savannah. which ?
(| 1 ; the car,Charleston via Brunswick and sad and bligbti'ig consequence art certain Letters be sent at J
our risks
: For this we esrneetlyttCOflecjeJ enclosing Money may **, a general aaaortment ofBEADYMADE
her of which other .
Cocsntioo-furo'tslilng reaull from the narcotic of
the to use
Remaining during
; action t.f the Southern State, provided they are registered according to law. Te A SELECT Lot'of B DI'CKDl.U.
I 1 : pa...4iigers board and lodging.Returning remedies for Infantile Complaints are composed uk and within tie _tl .
.1.." "u. :t"r .ksseanbly"f South Carolina respectfully sni submit her "tel fUI. I will leave. Charleston after tie adjournment none but DR. EATON'S INFANTILE CORDIAL Ptaati are safe simple transmiUaree of Book rc. Black and FI Silk Cravats and Tie. Shirt, SYRUP.cmiR tAl
...... this It i il harmless, a.orn' Under Shirts Pee Le CI Sfp
.ftl "l'\ollth. thllt tie most efficiect policy. you can reIYllpoD. perfectly In ordering the title, in black letter no.Sik tt Collar, Bail Rf

: :" ?e1flZflilr liberties sod the oioD will 1)4tl I Ii fare for the round trip......... ..........$5O and cannot iuiure the most; debeate infant Price. ., only ibonld be used.bk.writing should he plain. Ho.Olve ct.cc Kit d d Mne Apple d
: direct 25 eenU. Full direction at't'OIDp.aDyeacb bottle.Prepared and the N.m e. Post Office. and State aboold r'' He wou4! take ibis returning .U
.. .:.,:; legiatatic. action Oil the part State room secured by application) toKOUX : County 1 0 &wb .
: jf'sf.1ft .. Fla.X ooly.by distinct to avoid mistake. thanks his old customers fur iUKoroel 1 I
., ..If:;. ... lilly Le neceasspv. aunitto I A CO. rernaDdina CHURCH t DUP05T. b t4 t lb patronage Orange C'Bh. '
';" : "" Ulllt.fod apposition at an times to 'thc I B.-Should the Convention not *1 Ilutn;: auhe Ilttsck from ihit day, No. 4M Broadway. N. all commuine.itAia: to D. W. EVANS to bOr** -ALSO .
s'lj, d'arty : ru.lit'an par Saturday. 28th iblL. fJJO per day. A TallaU) o."F3x Dret t.nti .&.. n tw
Sold by Axis : Livri-r. !t :
., .I. s !line urpalley i. more likely Icat I trtra, will be ehafged until adjournment Morcb'HMSSO. & 677 Broadway, New York. : ame. iaEB Rt I Mi assneimentef' fine CANpJtti. Apply| 2a ,

t. .1, "t'w, than tIe agenty: 0''r April. SCO.. \& l-ly March 31.! l60. Itt I March :4;!Cfl. a .. Much 17. lif). li-t( Q.wtsr. )

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-PReP08r.tt-1 mtr4 J. ..MILEs; NASH '!t CO. I

I II: I t\ ;l A iCY fjOODS FAN CV GOODSI'' : t f. Dealers in 'Drugs, Med'icirieii. ATUf .

c1t4utoa r'I : STOMACHBTT I ;; ,i [ >TfjKjjkKl (roeoiew"ekjer' bait R.j i r

Lt.P.. t'e i .b. d'II f\ =c4-f'alt ".r Qr .?1.rtJri jy j I i j.l1
rrL1I4ISII IG? ','I9 r.TI I : : fbr 1CWl'f of Dytptptid.Jldig'Miov. ,\.1; uc\1II piT, ( nTm'o1t every trnW. ttnrnlnp:
Flftt tl Apptfit vr u* .
. ncy. fy** of 0Ay 4 \ "
I CBlXCE OF SCIIEDllE f FOR! i THE SOUTHERN TRADE. O>M/ifoiit/*',. /rwit ft nwrftltt tnttcfl&l WhJt'1"reid,Tm tint dtfll'T 'Vr. "mdl''InrIII ,..
AN ACT t<> ainoiii UK- bill,i f. :i'I.1 lU ..(I. article ,I I of .w Sinmaol of'J3.'rW..ICI"'J1' best 4ualil", i\1tt1'lltr\1llhf'to; I'stasb. Mnet*. SJ'IIi"r
(>/ the ConstitutMii of II.! .. sistf H..ii
1. Jbd ..*<:*{lv. Jt &".ti'a"tlll_ Trains will run is follows : : :: 1'0" I' iewof the fact that every member of i !niedtmnal t pup'se5Spiccs. lqhstLi.". I, I\i,

.. &/I.u:,. < ,..fA.. W Avuitil'Iv" /
the r.lli) article tif CtrtiK'ilulion! ul tins i>U!<; tliall .Sljike at .. ... .. .'.?". ...t.o uWaJda VY US : e1WfiNWEI'NO. other conditions iojik.which, i Medience.V: keep none hut t"e01 IsiT':!:
cfa )little '-
tint hereafter t IK? ." QHktru.I] UII to nii<]. :011\' Justice al.. .k . ....... ....7.15 by the assistance ( knowledge able or i: hope twiuerti jt'pr )patronage. .'. ,. .
exercise of common'sen,they may
f'f the Supreme C"uil. Clktiiollor or JudjrJ (.f thi <;i..iu..ilkL.l..u8.O I ll ..*'*"H..t CO.

Slate, im liable.to either ,.f the oftWs .>( Justice of Arl,'r&t. .. .. ;. ... .. .t: 29 CHAMBERS. STREET so to Mgulate) their habits of diet, arid with. I Marth 2J. 1S56 (8BLACKSM1IBING

the Snpreme Court.ChancJW(.rJu4e l .f tl'. State, Ar ice at !;V..L""o.V.1 I the assistance health.of In a order good to tonic accomplish secure permanent this I

ujmi ifiof'Jii- ground fetation l that tlc! snirtc, i ii aimthcr and diifctCbt L*.. ve r.n.!"<44i at. ... . . .. .UOO .\. .i. NEW YORK, .. desired object, the true course to pursue is. !

Ninth( .General or )jxttl c f I m<'*r an J nm.li locnt. Arclierait. ... . .. .. .. .:.:;v certainly.that which will produce a natural THE undersigned has te!nmed 'tlrk
( AI"'m1.1J"-I a 1 ri. Senate l.y (!ain:,villv at..t..i 0 state or"things at the least hazard of vital town, and has opened a Shop in

tli c-H-titulh ll"ii t.i..j'.rlly Jncuiiry S. i b;:9. IVndtta \\"al.liat. ..... ..... ..... U WHOLESALE DEALER itfCWft strength and life ; for this end Dr. Hostctter the same "nii.Jillwilh Mr. Knhn*. Carri -

e (-f llqrtoiitatt\o Ly tLe ""llI ,
January 12, 1 35Sj aMnio at....... .'7.M ;* Pt 718, Writing Desfo, Jtwelry, called HOSTETTEIVS STOMACH nf Blnek smithing will be done with ncntnI' : :
Anivcat BITTERS, which at this day is nOt a neW'me.licine despatch. He can refer with confluence tlM'
: Fcrn2\odiua..l0.46 to
.&:- ACT amend the 7th So.tj..J1 "( the ltL .Iti r.rushes, Needles. Work L'oxcs, Watches, but one that has been tried for wh have patronized him heretrftrt-e ,
: tie of the CouMitulh .'f this St. t*. FII.i ijjht Trains will leave ..rn\II.ina) ou U"oItyi. /lullMty Porte Jfonaies Stationery Musical Wares, years, giving satisfaction to all who have f his work. FEAXl'IS therlnrnrtfii
< StCTfcA J. lit ii (tHOftnl;* the Xf uU '<*>{ U *J R'rti *
.J A1mlJ'
nth i1l-le of the O'ij lilutS"ii tl tliij Stj.te loe amended ap to n'a.I..1l liuliiiUifTsuci; Ink shall <.n. ,;,.il:/. and with Iiits to und from Sn And every article in the notion line rcql1i' by nature, enable the system to triumph over rj IIE undersigned having pmiba.ed the enirem: ,,

he fwyablc in t"\loci| ,.. nol the virr:.ple,.f tL1 lulnlitieit I VIaI,11I11)"/,r ltn-t a wtvk. -- disease. Diarrhoja, dysentery or flux, so _L tcres of 1 the Georgia A FIiTidi I'laiik: K',j

and i4-lca.J' a .ink (e\clnsjro ..f dqwsst) shall) Through! T .kc
at no time exceed double the : utt of its capital iiil! Cuu.-b! (<.u ceo b.. M.cuml bj the daily ISouts, caused principally by the change of water This may be relied on. The rates rf ttJlj 1 iar, r
stork in. "Or-ovELESs Prr.rECT EYED NEEDLES.LAWTIE>CK'S STEEL P/>-s. THE PLATTERSLFMER.AC and diet will be speedily regulated by a -
paid diic l To
hlrll Utwtcn alHhc above Stations and Sa"ami il>, some 25 po rent. | LAWRENCES rwisl.ing
[Ninth General A"4.n.bl-1'a,1 the Senate l.y at -duced rat% by the Steamer Augusta which: LAWKfcNtK'n: "OuiivrAL COUM.SE. brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia, tB tnfr.icl by the season a rui'aUc iln'!
this 'n"tituti"131! leave IVrnanJini( LAUIlUCtkSSvr: II>BMK8: PA1OR1TF.. ALL STfUS; a disease which is probably more prevalentwhen ti"n"iit b. made. But the ruinous trout
in.j..rily January 4lb51.1 I'ASH-d on WctlncsiUys and $atuidays.and attm >.
all its various forms than
SEWING THREAD in balls small and large and on spool. taken in ,
the Hou" of prosentativts by the NlI.titUtiVII.J1113jllfit.r Sni ann:.). on Monday_ und WiKlncMlajs.Freight Also a superior quality of OSJMBUUO of which abu ed in this region and mi tl.i 'roaJ I eiii't 'tirjdeduction
p ( January 10, I 1&8. will abo! be taken by the Steamer Augusta All LfK-ds! warranted equal to sample ansi a< represented. Particular attention given to packing.. Seat and any attributed other ; the to cause derangements of mar the alwaysbe diges. Somelohimust! pay l..r using the; ".,1. uihbe:

at tw. .int. of f.r
AN ACT to amend the amended (..nsltutsci c<>\' 1R50. 47-ly using IIOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT- I teiinmbx' the senses, when *rranien,ent. are nialrutortimnd.
State of Florid.i) iu .rvlati- to the tcoeiv** of the duct-d ratis, should notice particularly the sailing ------- -- -- --- -- --- --- -- ----- ------ ------ TElls as directions on the bottle. For i jEiy P.ICIUm.

General Assembly. .lays (u the Augusta, and iuttnirt their nsttits as to AW' GOODS :NEW, GOODS. I WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S this disease i per every physician will recommend I Iti..I..ud* Mill. April 9. '59. 15

SMTION J. He it mart,.!li' tit Rvaft
Jitpriitttlawt ,>f lie Xf'A; ,,',/a U Ctml '_- March 24. 18GO. 13 -Q-- I use an article known to be infallible ? RICHARDSON'S--
AwiMy coin se.I That lie memUrs of the -.- -- STATE LOTTERIES: Every country have their Bitters as a preventive I
house of entati\efl bLaH Myers & Gorman and of IB..ISEI
Hopre \e d.o scu by the TO PLANTERS of disease strengthening LIN'ENS ,
qualified voter, and ball serve (..r the term of two AVE NOW IN STORE A the system in general, and among them all
3 cam (rom and after the day of the first election - -- Ii[ Large and Beautiful Stork fL Grand Capital Prize $100,000 there is not to be found a moce healthy .c.

under the amended Constitution and no longer ; and NO YANKEE HUMBUG. of Goods to which they would t people than the.Germans, from whom this C tOSSt'linRS of Ritn\Br.f T.intn and tlio--9'
the sessK. s of the Central Assembly shall be preparation emanated, Uisetl upon scientific desirous of obtaining the itfntttte yvnlit l..ml.|
annual reFcxtfully invite attention consisting (.r. xiz: The Grand Drawings
; Extraordinary
and | which has attended to advance fee that the articles thy purchase are sealed
commence the 3d of experiments null
in each! year or at such thcr Monday times a. November be Southern Inventions Cents Fine Gold Hunting C I (Levers; Gents Fine of Wood, Eddy A Co.'s Three Number Lotteries will the destiny of this great preparation in the 'the} full name ol the Cim,

ecriTied bylaw.SEC. ( may pre- Silver Levers Anchors and L*'pines. Ladies Fine I take place in public, under! the Superintendence of medical scale of science. J. S. EICHAUDSO.V. lOSS .\ OffDES,
Gold Watches Clocks of all descriptions.Fine .
: 2, lie ilfnrtl tmtftcd. That the Reprewuitative Patented June I2lsl, 1839, by Ilnv. JAMESPii Florentine. Mosaic; Cameo Lava and Coral SctU, Sworn Commissioners, as follows: a! a guarantee of the ouixJue? an-J durability c.f ilf
tJiall be Clot .' !6 Draws Saturday Felmmry 25, 1SCO. FEVER AND AGUE.This oods.|
1 chtwvn on the first Monday III Octo. ':un, oj Tallahassee Fla.miE Jliooches, Ear Kings, Bracelet, Gold Guard, (;
tier in each and every recoud year (rom and) after the Vest and Fob Chains Ladies Clmtahuus Claim No. 156 Iftaie Saturday JfQn, 18G(. trying and provoking disease, which fixes Its This caution i is r..nJ"IpJ cntiNlly necessary ai

first 4 .:11011 unJ"T the ninon.!led CVinttiiuthm, or on K'S VAWETY Gold Guard, Fob and Badge Keys, Class A'o. 204 ,Draic Saturday. April 28, 1860. relentless grasp on the body of man, reducing him to large quantities of inC.-.ill: a,1! iMVcfjTe Linens; Ire
itch otht-r day as may be din tied bv law. STEEL BLADE Diamond Opal and Ruby Rings KEAKLT 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS. a mere shadow in a short space of tune,and rendering prepared eeasun after reason and Sealed with the

":-. 3. Fit itfnrUier ,,,.(.1. lli.it the Senators iL.Cvv Plain Gold Rings, Gent Bocoiu Pins Seals 0GRAND lira physically and mentally useless can bedefeated natuc of IltihardsriH by Irish Houses, win, rfffirj
"' 1111. chosen oy the qualifiedlectors (or the term Lockets, Charms, Gold Pens ami Pencil EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS, and driven from the body y the use of IIOSTETTEK'8 less of the injury titus inflicted. allIed tin (the Ariu-rp-;)

*-f f"Ur }ears at the! Mine time m the same manner Cases, Gold Tooth Picks Gold and Silver To take above KEXOWSED BIlfERS. Further, any of the above consumer sod the manufacturers ulih genuine; Genus!
:n.J" tlse same places where tlieyvole for m-mW-rn T EQHIRES but one Stock for any kind of a Spectacles Gold and Silver place as specified. stated diseases can not be contracted when exposed to will not readily abanduo a business so prpfitab.'t,

wf UKlio.ige of Rpptw-cnUtives. wi no person shall 1-V Blade, ten of which may be put on, fastened, Thimbles, Ac, :. 1 Grand Capital Prize ofS1cDQQeQ any ordinary condition producing them. If the Bitten while purchasers can be imposed on with Civxxls of a

IKJ a Senator iinl"w lie Iw A white ,.In, a citizen of and taken off, in one minute. ---- -- -- .- -- are used u per direction And as it neither orate wIn thle" character.
lie I 'i.il-d StakH and I shall have Leer an inhabitant I* adapt to fOtI. t'u il.lilI. i.I.nno general cultivatiori SilvervY'are.. nausea nor otrendl the palate and rendering nnnecemy *- J. BULLOOKE.t J. TJ LOCKE Agents.

vt titlf State f.r twoyear next pr >ce and tl< H"t roar thereof resident of tltc litiict, or desired, and is roionstrucltnl that a seed planter may Plain and Threaded Table. Desert and Table Spoons, 1 Prize of . 50IOO 100 Prize of $JOOO any Sept. 24,1859. 39-ly
ii ii U ii I ,but promotes found sleep and healthy digestion
f nnty f.,which. lie shall U chosen and tball ham be attached to it, the cud cf which will not exceed Forks, 2 Prizes of O.OO 170 Prize or 500I :_ I
.. .._ ___ ii a "_.".t...,,_D1f...\rn.t..1._ _,_ ,_.., .v\.n._ I the complaint is thus removed ai speedily as Is con-
..thi..1..-.... f.I.A.. .. ..r.. tft'A..f.q .. .. one dollar. t I' "W't I 2 Prizes 0(. 10.000 I" 65 Prizes of 1(10I TilE GREAT J"E TJOJ OF
.Jf.'U. tent with the production of a thorough and THE AGE
!.:. 4. Ef itficrOtrr tlfn.-ttJ. That the t3aE'ificatl Every part' h detachable and adjustable toitstlfl I Soup Ladles. Pie Knives, Fish Knives.Cake Knives, I 2 Prizes of. .OOO 65 Prizes of 75 permanent I

..i of Senators mn.le at the fin session of th c General TIle stock, which may be mad of common i Ice Cream Knives, Butter Knives, Napkin Ring, I Prizes or. 5.000 85 Prizes or 60 core o- .- I

AsstJiblv( fceld in the year 1S4;. shall c>ntinue plank is so simply co'Ftnct"J. and there being pine mi I Children's: Knives. and Forks, Cups, Silver SnuffBoxes I 2 Prizc.f. 4.000 65 Prizes or 50 For Persons in advanced years Gear's Machine for Cutting, Planing, Moul !

>o cliosrn foievi-r Traftcr Licnniallv/or th( readily put up by the mtLnioucst Smith after once PLATED WA'RE. .l'u..r. .000 21,040 Prize; .r 20 Infirm body these Bitten are Invaluable as a rwtora --0- I

ferinof f.xi-ycars: /',".tJ.'. A<. r-wr. and it Iior.,.ff obtaining a correct palll'". UTe of strength and vigor, and needs only to be triedto I
ct is Farmers Tea Sells plated on German Silver, Beautiful Pat S2.30C: Prizes amounting to . . 1,186.786 And to mother while under ign d has bicome the owner I f (lie i
hreJ be nursing
,tl.t the tcim or fikc fit their appreciated. a
of that .!a"(.f Sent may even present supply ofwioiRht ____ .. .,_ .. _. __ TilE
Silver Waiters
t of Ca tors Pitchers n .
rns plated and sell this valuable
l"Tt iK\ '>4Hl at the first election und.'r) the amende 1 I irf'lI. turning plow& scuoters, and these Bitters are imli5permMe, especially where the to use machine nFlorida i
swet.lst HALVES
WHOLE TICKETS $20 $10 QcAanas |5
Cake Rackets Butler Di.-hos. Card Bafket- ; ; ; and he offers indUidiktl
now such C.
CousUtutioti. sJiall cxfead to.::nd ire the first for this "tuck.PEELERS mother nourishment i is inadequate to the demands mtv
cxj' on l't nit Stands Kaskcta. Can.llefcticks EJOHTHS .:. to .1.! desire! to ,: i
Sugar her ..t.5tigtXs"iutCjteZand Rights any > may purchase OIM f
Motiliy Octf.lxr. fi ht<>"n l.nndrit! and of the chtttconsequently
sixty t".o.8JX' Ac. tIe.C Certificates of will be sold at the follow the Ia'l.inm be iu
Goblets Cups, Packages s-een iwration at timr
5. Ik iif ltrt" r *<'tt. That the lint clcc- "MANURE DISTRIBUTOR: here it is where a good teen such at Ilostetter'tEtomach any it
rates which is the risk the of I.V.. Howen the
tkn : : shop at Tallahas H. P.
lit Asfeit.bhmtn unj,'rll.i* C..nstitutie shall DAPl'ED BitterS is needed to m-part temporary strength
,A to Ilicsuitinziinddistributingof nuyi U t 1 e r y. Certificates oi of Whole Tickets ?29 .OO Dpf't. The machine i is efinple in its istrw.tMn-
tale p'-H-e on the fii>' ilon inanuie whether fine
a!d tis(> r.nd th. firtt s,*-i'1 ,,f il I" Gene '. vah in broadcast in or Rotors Wostctiholm's Celebrated Pocket Cutlery ii 26 Half 14950 try tills remedy for all cases of de)>Uity, and before to adapted cut II greater variety of irrrIII.Jr,1:1,
'u11& r or drill. Any cart or Table and Desert Scissors Shears Ac. ii ii 26 QU\ltl'r" 74.75H and surface than any other' }et inTcti'e' 1 Its! s.
rill AfM-DiUy Lnj. thi; amended GmistitntKni tlialleonimpix'4 Knives doing. *ak your |Aysicun S ho, if be is acquainted
waxn ou a plantation may lie readily fixed for this; 26 pncity is equal to twenty men. and in some tim;> nf
Eighth" 37.37 .
ou floe third Monday Novtuilir in the with theirncs of the B.tlcrs; recommend their
purj- vc at a trifling ()It. INSTRUMENTS. work much It but small
MUSICAL more. oecuj4e" spiee-only!
year c-y if wn lmTvlrd andisiy \'. -- use in all eas of wen\nC
-- -
Sir. C. /r ;1 J" n. in-irltj, 'Hi:.! the"<*kn of 'I1 undermined) is now the owner- of the State Guitars, Violin, Flutes, Flageolets, Aecordeon, FIutiii.w THE ORDINARY DRAWING CUTIOV.-We caution the public against from three but, to little four foel square to rire! 11 it.f.ufli<%it>nt-ami k.-nd requires ..f. .

(hcOiTicral AHKiWy tLill iK-t xUnd ht clf J'.orida.: for these( ir."I'III'N,8. Banjos and Tambourines. of the imitations or coun power Every
roe Ibiity JTi!: The County o! Wood. Eddy A Co.'s Single Nnmber Lotteries using any many neat and thflicolt work in House building, Cabinet
.Liy In diTratit-n. rmlo; a cii lifut iiial in 'fm Vy of Ri:ht* i->r the following couutu.3 have riot yet been ALSO- will take place in public, as follows: ttrfeits, but ask for II TUT.B.'S CFLFBBATKD Furniture, Carriage, and I !
Iw iiHfnl.H'in oliail d-cni it rxpetli".nt. N<> moaWrIiall sold. MZHanillon.- Fine Guns, Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks, Gun STOMACH Iimns, anil nt that each bottle Wagon >nijy BuiWiw
Class 66 Draws on Saturday, March 21, 1860. .tc. .h, can be turned cut by it with
Wads anti astoni-Lirj
Caps. has the words Dr J. Ho tcttir's Stomach
rrrvJrc pay fiom the State f'l bifMI\i't s after Columbia. b.1iFf'n. TajW. Laf.iyetle.
ili. capitation of Ihnty du\s.cot.liiiuuiclj) from tWconinw Leon. (;:1.1- Draws
'neemciit of the tfstioit VV a.hiug ton, Holme, Walton, Santa Ilos-a: and Chimneys, Bronzed Candlesticks, China Vases, Pa I Class on Saturday, April 14, 1860. stamped on the metallic cap covering the JERE RICHARDS.
,riIII.Mnrll and l Terra Cotta Fiirurcs China Jewel 69 Draws on Saturday! April 21, I860. ami that July 16. 1S59. 29-ly
Sir. 7.J- it f.ll.tr tM.-rt.il. That tliA -t entitle Ewanil'io.' : cork (' ervc our autograph signs
3* act to amend (li* Gi,*itrt oti of thIS :.11 fo a* '(lie County 'Zight for the above named eonn'Jeiof Roars. Setrar Stand Card Stands. Cup Mujr Ac.Alto Class 70 Draws on Saturnay, April 28. 1860. ture is on the lab<.l.

tit male il"! f. p ions ")f the General Ainl>l\, I.i'n this fate, tut II the County lights for the counIHI rapier Mache Writing Desks and Work XEAULY OKE PBIZE TO EVERY SINE TIcIeEliTS.ODIIIDP&W& IT Prepared and soU Sy nOSTETTFK & 0 Notice.SIX .

mal iiitlcad -Atinnal" l c and) the tame H ixifrlyalfcgated of In'cator. Will!*'r and l'vly."f the State of Boxes) .. Backgammon Boards Chess Men, D-'minoes. l SMITH, Pittsburgh PI., IUd sold bj all months after the first publication of this! no

and ..!i.'ulV-d. b>> fir a- the eaiuc u iucon ( .'nria. arc now fTrred for sale! and maybe ha.1I.y : M..I. -oi flags, Leather Satchels. Table Mat, Japanned I rnslss, grocers, and dealers generally .'. the nndersi! .administrator of the estate
fi i lout with( tIll T-rovipK of tl)is l.Pa&erd iaimc | Waiters, Ac. To take place! ns above specified.I '
i" a ppljin; Jiately on KI;"- I .a4t.i give I of Elizabeth Cnmpbe.l deceased late of Leon ei>
( th.n u of 1 -'T"'f"lb'i\ by t.iCo. lie the punlosi-r a ciiarce to reilizc more than ten times Also, Razors Razor: Slrops,IIair Brushes Shading GRAND PRIZE OF . .$-50.000 V throughout: the United States, Canada, South will present his final account ami voucher? In cntr the-
-ti1JtK'f'al mljo.it J.111:1; 'iv' 15. 18.VJ. h'sdILeSeiiiie.hiy t.e! for whet they l l.e U ht.IVrwirf Bi u-h"!, Tooth Brushes. Ac.Alfii. America and Germany. ,_ .
c.m >
) money ) 1 Prize of. 20,000( 1 Prizcsof .$ll iJ 0 lion. Judge of Probate of Leon county and ask tu be
1 flue assortment of HeaJ Nets and Hair
Uni CW-tiluUiMMl in of 1J"IIP counties wi< a S C O V I L & MEAD '
uiajunty J.siiuatytst9.J any Juog plantation rillS t1r Call and see, at 1" *. 10.000 i 60 : 500 diV-har-o.1. WILLIAM PERKISt.Dee .
] .- i ight; can obtjin them by appl\ins;to me at this MYERS A GORMAN'S. 1 ." 5.000 j 100 _' 400 NEW OHLRANMt IA., 17. 1859. 6 -6m A
-I (I-lac-'. .>r my agent for the county iii which they lic. --- - -- 1" 4.000 100 :00 'hote.alegeuC.*. --- ---
O ii--r of r"i. ,":..: ":\' tilSTATE.. ) I My u"if.>riii rlire for the indiiiduil right to make I "
Nathaniel Hamlen 1" 3,000 100 150 Sold by K. RAIlNAnn, Jr. '" NASII & ;
1'1..L.11I..1.. : l.i IIn.II1.! e the Plow ill 112 pv horse, for the Manurelistrhiitor I 100 ICO <'O., "utilUES A L.IVii.TaIIaUa ."ee,
-2 1LCeiil& I.., 1," :' 'iZ' &ti u1!IJAnAtf. I f 5 ech.Tlie COMMISSION MERCHANT Florida.April months after date th, nndersigned will f re-
t."mtisl the fei( iMt-UiMtii.' tseC1 it-jco (lee COSt <>f the material an-J making of the tock .1/'l'T'I.rilltfltion rrl4 :''. 9, 1859. ..15iyNOTICE : SIX his final) accounts and vouchers. to the Jet.'.
UonrtiMtion ..r lie State f.f I1f'l( .1I." All Act to ready for plowinp with any J LiJ of a blade, i ifl shout No. 38 Pojdras St, New Orleans. Prizes of $400 approV. ?50,000 prize are J1.600 -- --- -- -- ---- of Probate of Leon county, us administrator; on the:

*ieeed the I") si-tiosi ..f the 13th attire of lite O n- f.:. 11.i"IIJClu.l Uith wood nit. iloO work riaiijJclf. 0ItrnnR 4 3'-0"' lft OlJO 1,500 TO ALL0 estate of Adam Oramlinp dl't'caerf. late cf sail

.ijsea .. ll
aDtnklo Cunttitutiru ,j, (lie State "r I'lotkUinre- and abet 1 the Smith diaries for stinking thcm.whiidi James E. Eroome, t 4 225 5,000 9(0 A. P. OUAilLl.VO, Adm'r.
T 11 b FJ
b the M-tmof tt!)General "Ai. ..l." t( i is sr.-m-ralU le' than i il eli3rj3tl forniokincrany other Jell. H. A. Shine, f A a lssce, 3- 4 200" 4.11(10") toO returning his tluinks for the verv liberal patronage Jan. 7, I860 2-6mNotice. '

I .tot 'oS (,.(the oi; il.l act.no 'Ie ]Mid of a pi on bhiile, keg without veil! exceedingly A. H.; N"\fI, r..q. Fl. 4 150" SjtOO, 600 IN heretofore bestowed npf[ >n him, the undersigned -
} Newport
:u (ifnll.nl..acy! to give (Ui" proper ,..tLA Jt: : Sl' nl''r, & f' 4 MOO IJdOl 40.i(, 1 would respectfully inform the public that be .
\t n 'TfJKi.il !;:natttpr. stock C4i11t.'" ti- with a s'-el tuM.njpli: { blade, John J. Suelling, Quincy, Fla. I 5.000 prizes; of 20 .100,000 Mill continues the
}'. I. \U.U"IUP.;" scooter awl I sweep will cot in our si'-|< here ,out Gen. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, Fla. ; SIX months after date the undersigned) will (pre

:.trlr.. :Ite (:. The etitcks without the. iron work can be fur. ,). G Putnam, Esq.. Madison Fla. 5.4S5 Pure amounting to.$320,000 1 .UUIAUC nuslVCSS hit final Il'oun1and"nuf'lles to the Judge
t- lii. oninie HrdT,1 Tatujia 'In': ni 4icd) at 20 cent cack Augustus! Steele, Esq Cedar Keys, Flu In nil its various: branchesat -- of I'robate of Leon county, and) apply f..rll final .li*-

iw MM| MarJaima I'jtiH-t \ puUL t.six .mmlli Every where tlis plow has been introduced it 1mThe Daniel Bell, D=q.:. Hamilton county, Fla. WHOLE TICKFTS S10; HILVES J5 ; QVABTCRICeVtificntts $2.50 the OLD STAND opposite ,-: ">. charge from the administration on the estate of VTH

.iirl forward :. .llt.to tL].> Execulire: i Department. been oonidcrc'l I ih.: hbmingtrn. E..q. t I the Book Store, :'! ".- liam Grimes, deceased lat* of saidtwmty.LEWIS .
ZaXcli1lSG'J.. I fiit Tho Inn \'I 11 e. Ceo.Jack (-f Pllckllgea iu,he Ordinary Drawings f : GRIMES, Adrar.
: Most Economical, Convenient and F.Jlcirnt LJ. Scixu.. Esq f and. hopes by strict atten .
-'-'- CtiJ'ira'or7rr Invented.r J. Marsh, Esq, Duncanville, GeaX"v will be "dd at the following rates which is the risk: to bis business to p Jan. 21, 1860. 4-6m
;irisrimrw: :(OTICI 2 o. 185S 47 Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets ..$80 merit a continuance of I."IJ V' 3- ?
_- A grcnt. many rf (the moct reliable J;;.1 intelii.r'lJfJ'1"ntf't" U lOHalf .40 shore of the public pat. .- "t Insolvent Estate ..N 'tice.
< { Middle FlorH.i have "fis 1 "
given ceiliCcauJ "
Qunrter . < .
Dr. White GRAND OPENINGOF 20 'rona l. ; : .
Start ,1F.ci Watrtl I. on the Pen. l Oco. merits l>crome grncr-'lly known, it tiill: be the Only THK '- = pi -- Waknlla County. fR
UAS;:] "..!arid oflers hit profc! it iial ItuiC Plow ned''t bcitx not only the mitt convtuitnt but NEW STORE MONROE STREET In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the the public that lie M. SPENCER administrator of the tstlttof(
amount of to our address, for what wish Las fitted up a room at his shop for taking
t.. IM> "tir" ti!.f liio fiirroimdinr! ; country lie cui cheir>oft pow they, .:\o ever Reen money you .. William Pelt late WakuVa Je--
Infiimd I at ,il.irf idonoe of Mr. J. J. Cl>ain>, about lln" Pi! has tk<-n the first premium all the LAWRENCB OTlT.)1J\N, PaorJUETOR. j to purchase ; name the Lottery in which yon wish it 3 It D 'r 0 GR..l.pa S I ceased having filed in the Probate fOOuntl'wuJ

... r..1 the .Stnt.'on.K ; State Fairs it Las b'n entered l ; and two premiums -0- I iuvi'ted, and whether you wish Wholes, halves or county a written suggestion that he believes tht

.tf. .'f., !.:,.>. 47 were awarded to it nt the South Carolina blat .'airla / imZENS of Tallaharrre and vicinity and efranVy Quarters receipt of .'1mb, we send what is ordercrt Pictures taken from email size up to a cabinet: estate of aid William Ptlt to be insolvent, therefore,
-- \ Fall but I do not wnt to therein invited tj first mail;!, togeth-r with the scheme. and life nze. DAGt'EnlUoTTl'J': c<-lCl and enlargedto all claim:
t ; planters buy ligths gets sojourning are respectfully notice is hereby given to person baring
City & Interior RailRoad upon Uic'c rcci'inmsidations alone, I want them to to call and examine for themselves my new and clcjant Imraetliati'ij': nftcr the drawing, .Printed Draw- life size, either on paper or ems-use. ready for against said estate to appear and file the same with

Gif buy the light-have the plows made-gJ.'CU them Stock of I inu. Certified to ny the Cumm "oncrs, will be sent paintinjf. WM. KUHNS. the Judge of Probate of said county on or before the

Company. f.nr tilil and if afuer properly making and using DRY rOOT>S. CLOTHING. with an_ Explanation. (fcy" Call and r3am1ll specimens. .LQ 1st of Jul!. 18KO. when there will be 'promt (fi*
UK m, they do not find them as avcitisej, I Illrt'1IIp1f"I FANCY GOOD HATS A CAPS. I :3!' Purchasers will pleats write their,':inture Jaa 14, 1860. 3-tf ributiou uf said estate among the creditors of tail

,f'l'__ ___" _"- ; _-__:_t "z_.____t < myself to return them thtir money. lids I SHOES A BOOTS, EMBROIDERIES, Ac plain and give .heir Post Office, County %and State. estate.

T' "VJOTICF.: u hereby eivn that in <-"nf irim1y ith think is fcs fair aft they could ask I AcEvra wA>rrn. aid a gr-at many other articles too numerous to mcn All communications strictly confidential. Salt and Potatoes. II L. HENDERSON, Judge of Prohatf.Dec. .
-L\ the cliaitw the iulf City IUilroa l (3<>mpapanr A. J. PEELER Tallahassee, Fla. two, adapted for the City and Country trade. now All prizes of ?1,000 n nd under pail: i tofduittly 31, 1859. 53m _

111'. hooks "ill lie .>'t'IIW in Tltllal.a. t"(. lit lie Store I hare i Shop in tins place eXelnivelv engagedin pen fur inspection. Pureh'wrs"iI! find at this Establishment I after the drawing-other prizes at the nal SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, 500

.1tt.. }. Shine, jr.. "u Rahml.lY. l lie 2lt I Jaliwirlsc )'. making nnd ripnmng lose p\i! The pur- the very Late t Styles of the t'C3*"II.- I time of thirty days. 2000 Sacks Turks Island CO bUs. .1eretr Notice.
,. and nl fIll' Store Olr Dan'l "".1.1. III Xe\\'p".t. cha.mg plantation rights can be furnished with pines A long experience in this business and first rate conecti'ns I rrWood.. Ed.ly.t Co. Lotteries are drawn at and Pink Eye Potatoes, just lAndin? and for sale.
, fir suleciiitivue ta tile Capital Stock if said Com. ailS cents per pourvl I. !iron work, !i cents per pound enable the proprietor to process with the I Augusta Georgia, tine! Wilmingti'n. Delaware. by .. .-JiKA JLDPec. .k-DEMIAIL- ALL persons indebted to the es'.ite of the bate
I steel wwk-which is UM per pound than any other age and produce new and fashionable good at the : Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to. 10. 859. 49 E. Dennis, deceased, will make payment

lli bn ks will be opened nn
his following O.mmilt'H"'f'fII : O'n. II. A, Shine, Jo- Feb. 4, t 8C). 7-to June It(] attractive Stock in the city. or, WOOD, EDDY A CO., Atlanta, Georgia.or P. B. nit 0 KA w's. having any claims and dementia against
the undersigned i rto
the to
ILniog iopted the long standing motto I estate will present same
"ph Chaire anti alli.1 1 Laud Esq.Jin WOOD EDDY & CO- -JeLg
1 Notice. said Thomas K. Leonard; who has been duly an
I ---- -. QUICK SAlES ? Circulars containing Schemes for the month LIVERY thorized and empowered by the undersigned to act

SIX: months from the first publication of this n- we venture to astonish purchasers with our low pri. !' will be sent, free of expense( by addressing as_above."FULTON TALLAHASSEEVTLORIDA. io all matters concerning said estate; sod 00 failure

LTNXOI the undersigned administrator' of the estateof I en, and hope by strict attention to the business would ia- to present such clah. or demand within two y art
& John Parkhill. deceased late of Leon wi'l: receive liberal share of 'I FOUNDRY 'TIlE Proprietor cf
: q'u }:t county, a public patronage. t his friends and the VOID this date this notice will be pTeaded io bar
bis-final account to the Judge of Probate of L. OHLMAN.
t C'\'V: 011711 present I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.0 public, that he has rebuilt his._ any recovery thereof. .
t Leon county and ark to be discharged.S. October 1, 1859. 40 ELLEN A DENNIS. Admt'LFeb.
arge Brick Stables, at the stand and is now
% FACTORSAXD { M. P PARKUILL Adm'r.Feb. prepared to accommodate his friends and customers 18. 1860. 8-8w [SenUnt copy
--- lie also baa attached to his Stables,a good Black-
where be willhave have done all kindot Notice.
HOGUE & AMAKER FLORIDA I ENGINES fiom 6 to 35 horse power,
i' (Central (CommissionNORTH !: JtcrclOnt5 CorrERTiN SHEET II I STEAM') order, of the best material and workmanship Plantation work Horse shoeing,add Carriagework in undersigned having qnalifiad M E ('ff
: ) M&NIIFACTVRER OF AND I the best manner and with promptness and diutch. THE
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS RETAIL and 811 cheap as can be purchased in New very the last Will and testament of Miss E. |
COMMERCIAL WHARF.U IRON WAItE, WHOLESALE AND I Northern and laid down in Flotida. herrf-y
t York or any city Hoastoua. deceased late of Leoo t county,
( F. HANCKEL. I A.T TiA x/y-, DEALER is PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED Castings for Saw Mills Grist Mills, Gin Gearing, Ac, November. 1853. 44 gives notice to all person Bavins clahns or demawK

. \Y. M. l'jl' formed a co-partnership in the practice of WARE. II Ac., constantly on hand. Sugar Mills firolh 12 to 18 Carriages Buggies and HarnessFor of whatsoever nature, against the estate of said 4e-
.1 'l |l. 'iro.' } Charleston, S. C. HAVE, and will attend to any professional business Stove Ilcatl-Qnnrtcrs. inches in diameter always on hand or made to order. ceased. to present them properly' anthentieatea,

n. W. NOWELL, j j"TN rntnisted l to their car1. A SPLENDID assortment ofCooking, Parlor I Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing for grave Sale by P. B. Brokaw. within the time prescribed by law 6r theywflIM w

-- _. D. P.t100UE.A. PERRY AMAKER L3. and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatuees I yards, tfrc.Jobbing BE Subecriberbas just received barred ; and all persons indebted ue requested
the aWnee of one of our firm, Mc!srs. D. C. M'II,1638. 18Notice. and durability at reduced prices. work of all descriptions executed with ] very large supply 01 Carriages make payment immediately. .
1 Wilson & Son Tallahassee, Fla. will represent -.------------ neatness and despatch. All orders addressed to Buggies. and Harness which h. offer. EDWARD UOfTS'FOUNFeb. :

'w, receive and advance upon nil Cotton dem ned for Out Door Work I John Cardy, Tallahassee I Florida will be promptly orial on the.most reasonable terms. 25. '60.8w Qualified E eeutof.

\& I1ANCKEL TUX iO .t No WELL, Roofio!.Ornan cntal Front Heads, Guttering,Copper atUnde4 to. November 18. 1854. 46 -
Chnrli s.on. S. C. jLL persons having claims or domandj of whatZ'A. and Tin Conducting) Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet {&- ,TermsSpecial Cash..LO Blacksmith Notice

Jan.28.1SH5 t1r Sentinel 1 e py. soever character ngainst the estate of the late Ziiie. Lead Pipe, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop workof I --0--- DENTISTRY.D .. ,
Hardy Ttrjan. d 'eased, are requested to ]>rrwnt every variety done at short notice. Notice. .

GREF.rS( UTHERINVENTio l! them properly authenticated, to the undcrai oed City and Country .1 ore limits 5-
'Within two year from this date or they will Tie purchased the interest Joseph Cardy
-0-- barred ; and all those indebted will rn ke ]m mont Arc respectfully invited to give me a call befoi paw t HAVING j V9Foundry! as well as'td\ accounts r.lU #

t: HONEY & L OYD'S immediauly. L. C. BRYAN, Acting Eil'r.il chasing elgeubere. I due the f|ll\e f1nt t'i11]hWeaftyr JJE?conducted
N. B. All articles manufactued from the i
rch 10. 1860. 11-Sw very by me Those In cfebted"wHl please come
bet material and warranteddurable.. Na other art I .r'i
forward and eettlo their accounts ;
I PL W. Notice.SIX will bo offered for sale. -. JOHN'- CAllDY. : nBrlJ
October 20. 18S5 42 I860.
January 2-ly ,. .
---- -
--- -- mepths after date, the undersigned will prc- ___ K 'T4 J,; O'URiL\EJE.

Patented, Dec. nib,.1S9.VTE lila, final ate"Ullt and vouchers to the Judge FOR SALE. s Notice.; return .gtatoiul acknowledgements rpHEJpLACXSklTHBUSINE83: IK AM rT9JL
-- ol Probate of Lcin county, and apply for a final discharge HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WITH WOULD ned ber e5elore, ttM
call the attention of the public to our new A A LLv persons hiving demands or claims against citizens fbo lh rtf georgia, and Middle bniBcbewiU.b < eels
\ V PLOW. fct-Jin: ; Ut.fied that it i i. the most from the ftdnmiiuistration on the estate ofMary the out-baOJtnpe. which are-very. .1 _CX the ftlJti of John B. Griffin deceased, late of and East Florida, _JMrf.diberal patronage OI4J'TAl4D, by the *odcr igiK d.; -wfco nttbaAks

;I convenient, \ 'uaUo and economical plow yet in\cn- M,Totrn9tfL.il, tTceeased, late of said coonty. pleasantly situated on the principle road ___1.,Cuupy, Georgia, are 'requested to. present received from then dg stjits. fur atl-.ohkita eonutinn-atiosc( tCparoeiug.heretiiSwS

Ud, and must when it luis Un tried 8iv|,creede all LYMAN S llTlI. Axlmr.March and near the Depot within a few moments au them-i. "tli ,.nndersCTed .ex-oo administrator, He:will continue j CXIi4 lifcerally .* oded

,i t otbtu. This M the opinion of txpuicneed planters ___10_, ,SCO.) ll- ra __ __< walk of the Cnpitol. Itbutbere.I' wkhJcTpxetkne ,rt9.DU'edrJ la'r.properhy' .utbe teat aiona those (hl'tt.iod 'bf 4Lt a.B11S/ July ,484. I P.-.C..
n wi-aa excellent WELL of good water, d., ( wibe jban d and all iodeUcd withtnn&fa ant tYe
\ wlo Lave; examined iare. Are prepared to sell 05 tiiey : ; person arransrf merits -"
patents and J call lie pcc5nl attention of the public BltACKSMrTHINGJlIE 1 Finit Trees, tc'ulJchjn.-ik it very convenient and wiUmaapaymentJmmcdiMely. ala North.',.'to enaWi Wrri {d }fcp Mtt.''r 1 Executors, Notice.the

1 I that lines wUhini may Meur them foon The plow SUBSCRIBER depirable one that, may wish fur a plaasant litua J. ', -JRT8A.tjfl>KBS.; SbeViffLeon Co. teeth, io any of thfft pnli?tobdw, a4rom/fl't': twIll
al\tI ill leave -.... givesso- li.n. ,Ciu.AKDsuiT. JOHN BOWMAN. 1 . vIt '*AdminUtrator. kundred dollars less t b'fi' us'8Irea' fd i' rTlire nWrIbWJu u '
can be eo at lloyd. wen patterns JL rice that he baa bit S an'1'o..Q one ThosnlrIATefsgdr
opened X
t dibtributcd at diffcrcDt places vrry noon.KONET '- IpLACKSMlni SHOP agninin Tallahassee. Feb. 18. Y.O._8_ 'F ,' .1SGO'1.. : ': 1f, :'. the Mine in the'Sooth: hc mcAm'wbat'he irrya.')and ceased>t Wfl f esjaweoA.of tcm-eomtf. UreVy_ aotaee
them to be and
as ooaABtz
A BCAcnna.
connection with In* LIVERY: STABLES where be 'il guarantees
I i : all
S-tf. Notice. : .'Notice. U&T1C'UILE a*.can be.put op'Jf*th or *UL I '.IIC pansqttjnatur
ti .. .', _ have done all -iud* of-Plantntton and Carriage work ; agion&.b4A&w'Izsoat tb5'F'
--- EKS (. this-. Those in need ofUj> after the first 0
1 .\LSDfjIlORCE WEEKS after the first pnb&Mion of bs Ed..1ein.tw th .ia'W
: Salt SaltLivenH !-! SIX t S.IX'W, the undersigned will apply to the Judge. : note to'.Lira at erCetjl'anglMndwon. Fla, ns y.iu
ShlOl.c G ill the TC"rY best manner; tice, the undersigned! r apply I" tin Judge tkVj :
work done, UM .Uf.
M -
administration bate tile f
8.\ l\Ji >l and 500 Tml Ie- OSlO endeavor\ tl ba\'e work or Probate of Lon o-unty i 'lef1l of adrotnittratiou of Probate of Lena county lit letters of \ ayinporit.

j 0 0 0.JW, fee sale tv' \tidi,$1ierlatci very i !mJ tO's"iicu tomer on, the iateutA1fied It. .f.'t"t'a.e.r. late on OM Estate of Ocorga U. Heir. decea-eil I. late .,. }best. rd. mt tr| S4.1t eu.Ii Ion df'C 'u; ),,:.". ;. ,
t .'NAl/(JJIT i OIIMOND.N' I I' I'. U liUOKAW of&MCt\itrt y.: .;ou:. ., McINTUSIL I I of said count). JiOBERT I1E1R. .- rwT I$"i8. 5 io* .r s. il 11 rb.tl.i86ie. 1-9w
December f fr.
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