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 14, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00399
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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!! HASH & CO.. S -ILtia i1'A1..J.AIISIEZ- BEATS. 1 '@1atryrs Cloths, Jfrluclru, Spring and Summer. .

PURSUANCE of an Act entitleJ Art Act I t" 0-' .
l.tLEr.: S l'i 33. O C XjA.. IM: .A. "T Z O US IN amend the Militia and Patrol lass of t).U M.t.. I Sferllog Silver, Fine Plated Ware, "TTTE are now reeeivlu; cur uSUAl. STOCfC .?

Jr vita approved December 52, 1859,* at a meeting of tie! VV SPItING AND SUMMER GOOfW. whfc,

11Is. rH PALMS, G 0 V ERN 011. I Board of County Commissioners of Leon c.an'j. i ( !aJi' AID :1AIrf' BouW .1 .ill.nJ art itltiny ttry tot;, uls'Jiig. : in rirf.

held March 12th. Ifl60. it ">ut ordered that Lee TAUADAIfEJ rLO III& follows:

": !1',1: : I''INi. OILS.i I! I BY vrtim of tie r-rovi.-.i-i.-i of an nt of.tie: Get county be and it is I hereby divided i iuto the fallow in;: :, fj"OrJerfof Ilatr tt'ufkfroin owMirch 130 J..i1111.I FANCY NOTIONS GENTS'CLOTEI3tl,
r.l A3seidh' f tl.i* Sate, ":::1:tied An act t Militia B ata.. tu ult ,
;..1 n, tilT; i:. itf |II l. jKiM: described : I 3 lb a 10 DRS-V3 COOD3. HARDWARE, -
,, |1,1); 111. All' i nraentl the Militia am! Patrol) Liws .I< this State," Th 1st Beat will c<->nHI of tbe lot Jn!tiee rr lI. _
,',. t h .','' '' ,'. i i1 .' 0,1 1 1><4<.ttrnf.t fjUC( approved December 22i'!, Ifc5\. I, MADISON' DRY GOODS. CROCKERY '
Fort !!r.ftcn District, embracing all that part of the
: .tr.- .re v miiy. e'';f .n th Tr huruf huliie*< I l'l'.r.RY.Ournur of Ilotidii. Jo Itnrbr order au county West of a line lomtneuciug at the FoilPurch *'' A. F. HAYWARD HATS AND CAPd SADDLERY..W

.I.i : r' "'-jr,'-.fl ;.; irrkeU lvrp'i.1.. TLci election to be hell on the first Monday in'May ner: "i.e line oo the Ocalockonre river, and fallow. Ii purch.sed T. HAYWARD i SOS'S BOOTS & SHOES GROCERIES; *"-.-'
," iv .-"not fur aU tinDiiiion.. Brigade Regimental and Core thence followim HAVING ndi
the Basis Parr.llel. stork of
ing" enid line to : miscellaneous goodntu.t .
.1 ,: i MAc'J: ti. 1-i. 11..: LA1 p.ny officers of the Militia of'be State. as follows : I I said Base line 10 Rang 1, W.thence South ill keeping n general assortment ofPLANTATION D R U a-S. ---- For one Major! General of the First Division of tbe said Range line to the Vi'akulla InTo be enllt< I A I.\XWIi.I.

R. "a :BESOT, 4 RE now re-H-ivirg n larc ar.d fresh supply < State of Florida, composed of that part of the Sta' I I!j the Fort J3ruVn Beat PLce of l.oljirg Multi GOODS _MarcIa. 17. I860. ISJOIIS1 _
| -.L t. e.ery variety
,"'iDlion er and ComnsLstiouId PllrsIuItxs, For one l.lj.f' General d tIe Second Division of I The 2nd Beat will con-ist of the 2ml I Justinor Grc cor:1ea JJllifrnfgili l nJW ; .

1: n C II ANT.MS tfd others. TI t HI akn'rs find at this ost.iblkm the State of o'IClridmpr ec-d cr that part of tin Tallahassee District, embracing Tuwnship 1, NR. afforded u
( full scpply of every tl Hug needed m our hue and <* State East of the Stiwanuee River aud known sEast 1, E, ndT. I, N, R. 1, West and all of Towo..11ip l i( Which shall be sold ss low 81 can possibly be R. LONDON JOHN ff. BUT.1 .'L. *
.. s .1 i' isu. r? otheicUbli&Iiment ..
'I.i. and luw i
p' and South Florida. in thii market certaiuTy AS us any : or WUraingtoa, N. C. Of KiltigU U.
Leon and Euni. .
rsl i.craI tcrniK as they can be had in any SouU.tr I. N.: R 2. W, within county of
MfDOXALD! & 10'rf.. 1 I MnrLit. Orders! by Mail or otherwise promptly al For one Brigadwr General the First Brigid.composed I *f Forbes Purchase line. To be called the Tells < in this city. Call and LONDON &. BRYAN,
\i 1. II. Teavs CASH. o* WBCIT CALIcO FOB
of the Militia c.f the) Counties of EecnmiiSAntA .
tended to and filled with the tame corn-ctn as i hswee Beat Place of holding Militu electioas MERCHANTS

".1.'.'..I:,(.I;'"" r.,. (3ssfctt! l"n r4140.i.( | personally punlia ed by Customers. To Cash amI Rosa, Walton. Holme, Washington, Jackson I Tiln"lnI'Sef'! price them before. purchasing 10 elsewhere.Mareh3.18G0. Sentinel copy. COMMISSION'
I Jiruti'pt time Irtiyeis w<> f.trl confident in sating w Fianklin and I Caibour. The Srd. Beat will consist of the 3rd JustiVe 01 33 IXDSA STREET, BO8TOIV.
STSCET. eiil For one Iiriga Ho. 1J2 EAS3ATT i tan irc them ire satieLwlion. Oar STOCK com I Centreville Distru-t. embracing Township 4.. .
NEW YORK. l 1 i-, d of tbe Militia of the (.uitit'iI..r Oadl lpn I East, except Sections 1. 12. 13. 24, 25 and S6, nJ] Just Received REE.ER TO -

Oru. Tve Shzff, litK'rty.I.It, Waknlla, Jeffcrgon,Taylor, Madl'in, Township 8, N', H 2, E, except Sections 12, ]3. 24,, I PER NEW ORLEANS STEAMER : WM. B. PKTTES Cmh.,l .. .
.. :'-. :. :&.U \10 U1 te rux-i\t J as above. f..r fUD Mctfrn \srmbhe,, and Uauu.tvo. I 25 and BG. Totue called the Ceut.revillp.llent Place J05. J Q. wlub\ll. f' U.UAUat _r'OElD..

;'1 t.i.: i j4. i CLenicuJ 1uty.rcrcumry. For one Bngailier General of the Tliird Brigade, ol boiling Militia ti"1I8-Ct'nlrnin. SIDES. March >!. U lI. 14-4t
.' :. '.1': '. t Ilw tiing fluidS composed of the Militia of the C.mntir of Laf.ive.tle e :I The 4th Beat will comprise the 4tli Justice 01: BACON Hams, %

Fa.tte. Caznj4.e Levy. Suwannee, Columbia! New Knir: Alachu:: '' Lake Jackson District, embracing Townthip 2. N. Family Flour NEW STORE NEW GOODS .

'" 1'. PAT V. -iin.iiruKH-- --- -- I oils, (1es Were.rne and NII B8It. ,'I' It. 1. }. and Township 2, N, K. 1. W, mid that port Mess Pork.
I Soupe. Window Gla. For one Brigadier General of the Fourth Brigad, of Township 2. N, R. 2, W, in said Couuty ; also the 10 Barrels Whi!key. A F. HAYWARD New iPrioes

PAPY & ARCHER, Fin. Tuoth .d hair 3lanulactured Tobco.Brulws composed of the Militia t.f the Comities of Duval, I 5 h Ju-tioe or laiiinnU District,embracing Township March :. 1860. 10_Sentinel! eopr. THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity of

Petent Medicines, Clay. St. Jflm, Putnam Orange, Brevard, Voluna.. I 3, N, B. I. E. nod that poitwn TownMiip 3. N. R. : / known to the citizens. Tallahassee!
ttomeys XJZVTOT, j Paint lruehee, Fine Ilavaua Segtrs, Sumpter and Marion. I 1 I. \V. in sod county. To be called UM Lake Jacl>s< n Sale of Real Estate. and surrounding country that he h now J.rtpu4.f

TLy.1IAlE.: rLOUIlU. Surgical Instrnmeett., Medicine Chests, For one Brigadier General ..( the Fifth! Br :wV. : Bi'at. I'laie of holJiug Militia tlectioua-\\in. A.Carr' to offer them one of tbe best selected and! cheapest
issued from tbe .
of theC..untieettlcrnat.do.! ILlIabormiliManatee. pursuance of an order Probate stocks of
suited to 1'lantation mxl composed .). IN
Faniily use,
,1.t-'?. 2"E. -- .-- PUCE WINES A. BUAI'JII>-for EEDICMAL PUJ-DOSC. Dade and Monroe. The 5th Beat will comprise the Clh Justice or of Leon county,the under ;'gned a'ex-ofHcio SPRING AND SUMMER GOODSever '
For one Colonel one Lieutenant Colonel, and one Bel Air l District towit : Township, 1, S. R. 1. W, administrator of the estate of William It .an. deceased -

A. SHINE Jr. I II 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE Major for each) Regiment a< f.,ll".s: and Township I. S. It. 1, E, and Township 2. S.11. late of said county will proceed to sell at. brought to the Southern Country eomprLInj a
For the let Regiment, composed of the Militia olEscsmbia 1, W. and Tow n-hip 2. S. R. I, East To be called public sale! to the highest bidder on the first Monday full icrUueut of
4.iot1ci1eOrCOMM 1). II AMES, M. LIVLLY. eoun'y.For the Bel-Air Beat. Place ol holding Militia elections : in May next, before the Court House door in the DRESS GOODS,

'It I _May 14. 1850 50 the 2nd Kegiment,composed of the Militia olSsnti -B l-Air. city of Tallahassee, the following described lands belonging i Fancy Goods, Ready-Made Clothing. Boot

I 8 S lOX Ene ILN T I SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID IIIIPS cuunt,. I The 6th Beat will comprise the 7ih Justice or to said deceased, or so much thereof as.maybe and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Jewelry,
said wit
the debts to
For the Srd Regiment composed of the Militia ol :I Eastern District, -mbracing Township I. N. R. 2. E, necessary to pay ot estate :
1ALLAHA8M-C.: FLORIDA. I Walton also the 9lh Jus. The S i of the N E i, and S E i flf the N W i, and Guns, Pistols 4'c. Jcc.,
CA1\.1FHENE: county. and 1, N, Itl, E and
-- For the 4th Regiment, composed of the Militia of tic St Marks District embracing; Township 1. S, N W i of the S E i:. and N E J of the S W J. In All of which be will positively sell at rtraarkably
SALE DAYS-EVERYJATUIIDAY I KEICOSUNE V JLAIID OILS. Washington and llokues counties. R. 2, li, and Township I. S. R. 3. E. and Townsliip See 1. T. 2, N, R 2. W ; also the S i of the SEt. low prices in ordei to raise njooey as be is fearful .
too fur
-- -- -- For sale AMES A LIVELY For the 5th Regiment comiKeetI uf the Militia of 1 called the St. Marks Bent- same Section Township and Ran"e, containing 285 of having bought many goods theSpricJ'
LL Initmss intrusted to L's: care will niettn : by I 2. S. R 2, E. To acres, mere or less. Terms made known on the day trade. He, therefore, earnestly solicits a call before'
'\1 nuici.ts I MayI4.JS59.! _eo .__ Franklin and Calhoun counti. Place o! holding Militia electi..n8-It. R. Station 1. '
r.pti.tJ. elsewhere bo is ecJotideoLbat. if yon'
tt'eulwu. ,
: SAUNDERS Sberiff as
: ii.imi. I of Sale. R purohasiog
: :'i |: For the 6th Regiment, composed (.f the Militia of The 7th Beat will consist of the 6th Justice or .
I I.. I..i The Original Extract Quality and ex-officio administrator. buy there once J'OQl'iU lo so again.
i Jackson county. Miccosukie Di'fnot and will embrace Township 2.
.i J' --- -- -- - -_. .- I Corn Starch For the ith Regiment, composed of the Militia ofGadsdon N. I: 3. E,and Tnwmhip 3, N, R. 3, E. and Sections March 31, I860. 11tileD.W.EVANS Next to Mr.Gallie's Stors.

and! Liberty counties. 1,12, 13. 24, 25 and 36, of Township 2. N, It. 2, E, March '13-tf '
M. CALLAWAY, TDKEf A RED expressly for Puddings. Ice Cream For the 8th Re-jimetit composed of the Militia of and Sections 12. 13, 24. 25 and 36, of Township 3, & CO. 24.IS60.

aiCRl'UAKT I' JL Cakes,Bauce MnoeC.tar.h'. Pie, l'oflig".4C Leon county. N, R. 2, E.ist To be railed the Miccosukie Beat. Lost Mislaid
EO tiR: L COMMISSION Kecehed fresh l.y AilEJ A LIVELY. For the 9th Ro-jime,composed of the Militia of I' Place of holding Militia elections-Miccosukie. or ,.

Two Doocs ABOVE AMTS A' LJEIT.mVT May 21. 1859. Cl Wakulla county. The above described Justice Districts,from 1 to 9, No. THE A NOTE of band for {29.97 signed by WK.J

\ .\\TL Y un band: and rcciivin" frHl"1p j Fur the 10th; Regiment, composed of the! Militia of both inclusive, will each. respectively constitute one & i\. Moore, and dated the first of January, 1853.
rruNo JeTer( on I School District from and after with eight per cent interest horn date. The finder
V es of provision ai:d Family) Hr.* Congress a ter. county. Road District and one
.. I|I' .uJ ill inlecUnj; pmds tu Lil t nlvrs fioai For the llth R I -?'mf'nt.t'Omf'Ol''tI <-f the Militia of the let of Apiil next ensuing. ; ; wilTb rewarded by returning the same to the under

'; el'|:. ..n J at the l.\e tmjiLct J>IK-. .. Couo- 'VFRHSIl SUPPLY, just received and for sale Madison,Taylor and Lafayette counties. Published bv order of the Board. 677 I PIONEER signed. L. T. SIMPSON. .

''i- :11..1 l a'.l I other goods coufifiied to me for AMIS & LIVELY.Whife For the 12th Regiment composed of the Militia of Attest: A. P. fAKER, _March 31, 1660. 14-4t _

S : !"-c-ive prompt a'tmtion. Tl.c citiztris off I May 14, l69. 20 Hamilton county. Pres. Board County Com'rs Leon couuty. ;e- Woman
i1l,1 1\ivinity i aro r<'p- 'tfu'ily elicited to I For the 13th Kejrimcnt. composed tint Militia of %* Sentinel copy and publish to 1st of May ueXL: Valuable Negro

,', S ii ..ni I |"uccnii For the 14th Regiment,couipos.-d of the Militia of ._-- --
article"u uiittd iubcusriJTe-
L"iv I I EXTRA and No. 1-Ground in pure Lin- Alachua county. 1--- subscriber offers for tale a Woman !6 years'
; lehasrr. THE .
-S .:. .,|". 16 Oil. just received and f..r sale by For the 15th Regiment composed of tbe Militia of _. ; a ie; good Coot, a superior Laundress and
._ i LIVELY.
Apply to meat ftiv office
excellent b amstress.
-' I Nassau county. DEALER I'f '. an
May 21. 1S51 21 For the 16Ui Regiment,composed of the Militia i of f WAY, BOOK Miccosjkie. Fla. THOMAS K. LEONARD/.
A. J. and- Clay and Duval OMimtKs. March 81. 1660. 14-4t _.
j T EMONS. Guava Current Jellies Prunes DRY GOODS PROVISIONS! -
COLLECTION OFFICE, For the 17l. llogiment, composed "rthe MJitia of i
: l.
LA" j JLj Pears, Sardines, 'Ousters Brandy Piacli- St.Jchi'8 and Putii.nin counties. I Clark's Plow.o :

I :LLAIIASST.V n.oIIl 1 BF. Preserved Lemons, Orange, Pine Apples and For the ISth Regiment composed of the Militia of -AND- I 5EWOKI, STOREJ ,
!I. i i.'iff ill tb*- Circuit C.urt4.fh.14n. : Ginger,Green Gage Marmalade Lemon Syrup, Kasp-: Marion: Patented '14th 1860.
\ \ .." .; W.1. !!.Jtflerwn and 1a.t lisn, and I berry do. Strawberry do. Pine Apple d
,,'f'.,t.. iu tit e llncti n uf notes aud &e M. Raspberry} Vinognr. Fresh Salmon Lobeter, Bumler. ,. lU5ia.Orange and liicvard counties. I November 13.1858. 46 right to sell this PLOW in the States o(

i,; ..f f-jal Comiti.... i Haddock llalhbut nod fcUd. Aeaorted Pickles, For the roth Regiment composed of the Militia of I GIFT BOOK HOUSE. THE ia end Alabama: has been sold" and assigned

1 i ', ., m tit! Capitol 'rllOsitetLe <]"or of the! I Scotch Ale and Porter. Levy Uernaudo liillsboiough and Manatee cjuu i Donald Cameron, to Col. Jo'eph H. Alston of Leon county. .

.'.' (.,'D'1'al..fiee. 30,000 Havana Segars.
"i 1 State and County Rights for other sections are cf-
i ; I 1-: ..& 9-lf-. -_ AMEa i LIVELY. ties.For the 21!t Regiment composed of the Militia of dilliiiiii' :] V3! Q"Prffn.! j1t ] I A GtFTVITHEVERY BOOK. 'ered for sale. Apply immediately. This is no humbug

May 21, 1859. : _,_ Dade and Monroe COUht<'P. I TALLAHAS-EE FLA. Worth from 5,) cent, to 10000. invention, but u strong,simple anHcheap.
FIRE INSURANCE For one Captain. one First Lieutenant and one E. B. CLARK Patentee. .
CodTLivefOil. Second Lieutenant of each Beat Company in every I at J. WEBER'S CLOTHING STORE. I' ID@D gj March !0 1SCO. 11
CO. _
R'JL 1 HUE: AND) 31SCINE of the Stat : 18,1800. 8
county additions to stock: hare collected !-
PURE of the coUbrated Brandi"Jj By constant our we
T7\RESII\ AND ordered to I .
IMNSLVAMV.. The Judges of Probate are hereby appoint ---- ---- Just Received
): Clark 4 Co. Jc Uushton's. -- -- -- the largest and most varied selection of Books .
in due time,lor
I N-5l I-.L. a .iuat loall bv" FIKn the usual terms For sale ty'A ES A L LIVELY. the necessary inspectors the S.A.LE cF'Internal ever offered by any publishing hone in the country Per Bark Moxlcy from New York.
election and make returns of the sim. in ( manner I
J r. II rLAi;<;, Agcut. all of which are frvsl. from the publishers! kinds, and
I.1'aliasM D..c-miVr 1S.1S. fl -May.-.21, 1809. 21 prescribed December by said 22d.Act 1869.ID of the. General Asstmbly! I Improvement Lands. are warranted perfect in every form.A A SELECT SYRUPS Lot CIGARS of BRANDIES.and CANDIES CORDIALS

TTST RECEIVED snpplyof Mrs.ALLEN'S approved ,whereof I have hereunto set my order of the Board of Trustees of the Internal I' CATALOGUE, which for perfection of arrangement }'erfect Love Cordial, Raspberry Sjrup,
Edward M. West, d Hair Restorer and Zilobalsamum hand testimony and caused to be affixed the greatL. I B Improvement Fund, notice is hereby given that cartful eclection, and classification Ancient lose tlo Lemon do
Forsale by AMLS & L1V !L Y. the all lands confimieil] to the State of Florulu under the : mid Modern Literature, has never been equalled aud lint do I'faoApp'Is'! do
the State cf Florida. Done at
seal .
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION 11 [ S] 4,1841.eommonly designated"In- bas been copied and imitated by compiler of Catalogues
1859. (
May 21, __ in the city of Tallahassee, this 7th act September Anisette ik Straifberry
__ Capitol
TALLAHASSEE FT.\. tc-rnal Improvement ndll.") which have not heretofore throughout tbe country. U now remodeled
of March A. D.. 1860. >r nge do Coguoe Brandy 1848.
att..ni..u11 to l'uu.i.nmE'ntll to 1,is: English Linseed Oil day M. S. PERRY. been offered for !sale will be subject t-> privatenutry and improved,and will be mailed free to any address Come do Champagne: Brandt. '

1)HOMrT: I .' fet..ic. [-kc.17. ISiO. 50 A PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For !l1e the Governor-Attest : I the exception ol the "Geot gill FraC"ti..ns.I ." Send for a Cnlnlosnc.' A large assortment of fine CANDIES. Xpplr t"

: -- --- J\_ by the Cask or g.illon.A By F. L. ViLierir.rz.Secrffary: Persons owning improvements on any of said lauds It will be mailed free to any address and will March 17. l8G. 12-tf C.' M. WIST.
OTTO LANGE ES A LIVELY.' of State. I will have the preference ia entering the same, provided prove an invaluable assistant in the inflation of a .

lay 1.1R5t 21 _---- All papers in the Slnte copy four times and the proof of such improvement be filed on or librarv) or thu selection of useful and entertaining CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
# before the first of June. Where two or more own -
WATCH IA.IER Compound Gentian send bills to the Executive Drpartment. I improvements on the same tract tb. person actually reading. GIFTS D
.1Clurrles ;
March 10, I860. tract will havethe preference-otlxr- Tallahassee & Fen. & Geo. .
': rE3:'% .E3J .. fjj at will Tho limitless varieties of Cilia distributed, and
And Jeweler, l J1. M.- West wise the person first making sue! improvement I
m'rinsic value will commend them tf all RAIL-ROADS
MurtC LLO. FLA., r MIESE BITTnr.S ore an infallible remedy for be prt'f rrecl. In cases conflicting the contesting their really
levers of good t.1'te. Br. buying in large quantities. .
Ori.D inform the t'iti.zeuI.f JliJ 0 Lillous and all disoi dors. arising from a deranged: DEALER IN parties must present the evidence upon which their
\ I respectfully Delilitv. i!- the first nf June, that a and for cash, we are enabled to apportion a greatervalue -
\ \ dl and East Floi'ida tbat lie designs mnklTg'i. I condition of the digestive organs Dyspepsia GROCERIES and PROVISIONSGENERALLY. claim is based before roe on to others as one trial will

( _' :.1''! \iait UiroJgL tlicPC .*ctioos of country for Liver Complaint, Low Spiritsant i>f Appe decision may be made upon their reactive e1a.imp.From I convince our those potronsthnn who wish to test the strength of our
'' 'Ij"f doing any work in the above line, tite. .. For sale by AMES & LIVELY my decision an appeal lies to the Board of aDd after Sunday evening, Mtrch

J'ai! |I'II,..\ be cnTrujted to Lie 'are. _May21, 1859. 21 ___ A LL orders accompanied by the C.lIoBl'ill meet ,I Trustee From and after the first of June, the Internal i inducements. DISPATC ON Cars will leave and run as fllw.tt1810, 1:
t sold tah
r\ with prompt attention. Improvement Lands" will be fliT i orderswill Leave .. ...... P.
-&LSO- who to Ta1IbauC. 4.0 M
regard a
GARDENSEEDS.crcwti Feb. U, 1860. 6 QT Sentinel copy._ I only: ten per cent, being reducted fioni thi former Arrive at . P. .
A !i'le Lot of Jewelry,which I will sell at the low- be cute and send' us their patronage as tbe central MoticeUo. ? ?
leso. price. of New York City, with its diverging Tallahassee ... ... .. 0.85 A M
of location many
indebted to LIe
: po Mlilf I 'ijt-1I. : New Blacksmith Shop. I also hereby notify all persons who are .
of trln'portation give tie unrivalled at St. Marks..._ . ... .1.0' .
j/. Ut Iirftrttt* frtitu if rC'luired."fli selected iustalineut note*, 'en for the means Aye
( antI well the Trustees git purchase
a large I upon, ... A. M.
receiving HIS Tallahassee
:, '. 1r43\t. 1S-Iv \\ TEare now Soetlscon'pris'ig111 SUBSCRIBER. HAS REMOVED of Internal Improvement or Swamp and O.er- advantages in forwarding to the most distant points. .... .
of THE .
\Y Station K.
Assorlnioni of Establishment Arrive at
roith. our A K
orderof Tbe business arrangements Goma'. 8.60
of the best and most reliable flowed Lands, that said notes have been .... ,
MEL extensive variety that orders '
HICKS.(2 perfected received 'rO
: thoroughly
POST & HENRY the Board turned over to the Treasurer. Mr. C. II. have been so Lan .
Vegetable and Agricultural SeedsIn from the Monroe House to / Austin, who is authorized to receive the fluency for by the evening mail tbe next morning are on Arri.at Tallahassee.. A. X
MERCHANTS has ttle'u their destination and no orders are delayed Leave St Marks.. X.OO P. X
COMMISSION stock the greatest care the buildinsjadjoioln-j their to
the selection of our the HUGH A. COULEY way
the vitality Clark < same. hours from the time of their Arrive al Tallahassee..... ... S.S8 P.
B. four J
of Mr. E. -
further precaution Shop 4) over twenty
Board of Trustees
61 I'oy Iras Street Len observed; and as a V": ; Salesman of the Leave Goodman's,Station 6. P.

Oa.LE.A.NS. of the Seeds is generally tested before being on opposite Messrs where Hopkins be is .. ..." or the Internal Improvement Fund. rtceptluD.SAFE'J'Y. Arrive at Tallahasse... .. .. '.30.S P. }.
depend .t
Meginui' '
NE""VV offered for sale ; so that purchasers may tJF Florida Sentinel Eastern Herald, Jacksonville Monticello and
.- -4--e -- those that are fresh and of the moat reliable now prepared to performall Standard] Newnansville Dispatch. Home Cum We take tbe risk of all loss through the mail if Connecting with Post Coaches at
REFER TO character. AMES & L>1>-!AiV. work, including -. ._- panion and Tampa Peninsular, ropy till June 1st. the directions are followed as in Catalogue which is Gomau'l. Station 5, daily. except a Moticl 01

M-.5r5 hnmn. J Perkins .t Co, Tallahassee, Fla.I Nov. 26, 1859. 47_ Jlorne-SJioeiiiff. &t., and del March 17. 1860. 12 not done by other Gift Book Houses. Money fetters sent Sdy Goao', Station ALSO 6. o Moy. ,
--- -- intrusted to LU charge in the manner in the form of draft payable to our order or
S. -
R. Harris d Co., Quirky. Collins patch. JOSEPH U. ALSTON. enclosing funds if registered according to lair, are ; itb Post Coach to New Port o arrival
nticello, S. For Sale Cnneting"
Drnham & Palmer George
St Marks. March JO, 1860..6 n Sentinel copy. __ \ insured a safe return. oC wbih'reum before, tbe departure of tie
Heard A Denhaia. PLANTAT\ON "
IN JEF- of Malt StetmersbetweedNew
Mr. James Filor Key West, ATTORNEY ShinerAlike for All 1! COUNTY. become West and sad btenaediaU'-
Atlanta, (leo.S. It FERSON Book Agents and those desiring to so. Orleans. Key Cub
M I .--rM l. Xaujbt 4 Ormnnd. Thoraasvillerust ," AT L.A. CHALLENGE BLACKING is tbe I'lautation called WIRTLAND Lake IIic- should examine our tE'rmt. a* ten books ann be sold points o the Gulf, arriving at ..on their war

J. N. McKinnon & Co. FLORIDA. MASON'S article of the kind in n'e. THE ukie,4 miles from Monliccllo and 2} milts in the same time that one may be disposed of in theregular t Key West on the 17lh and 2nd or Srd of each

,\ H, 1858.! ._33- y.. ____--- the Sate liaaL It the Boot on which il is used makes from the Pen. & Geo. Railroad is offered for sale.- way. through the inducements given by us mont and arriving at St. Marks on their way t

Ifl.DICtI4 NOTICE. 03-: Office orcr .tO the leather preserves soft and pliable and thus prevents its It contains 2.340 acres rf land of which 15 or 16 to the purchaser.J3P NeW Ortcnl o tbe ltt aid !9 of each tnt
-- Feb. 18, 'b6TALLAHASSEE. 3 cracking; is warranted to retain its virtues in all cli- I hundred are cleared mid under fence. There are on We pay the most liberal commissions to Passengers fO MotielJ.o pit North o Lbat

J. H. TAYLOR.J. S. BOND. mates. be the atmosphere dry or moist, warm or the place two good Cottage Dwelling Houses Kitchen I Agents will take tbe 4 0 P.l ti .
coM aud has for a quarter of a century, enjoyedthe en. hmoke House and other out houses, and a good fjSf We kp..p the most varied and extensive stock PUlee'{ Goman'l. o East o that,
Lrs Taylor & Bond, SADDLERY good; opinion of mankind. I framed Gia House 40 by 50 feet*. Stables Corn of Books and Gilts, and] gratuitously circulate the 8.0 A: tiD pt

of Medicine. Of- CARRIAGE, It U a moving mirror,sod adorns the palace of the House, Overseer's House, and quarters for 1110 ne most complete and best classified catalogue in the The traits nt n Tallahassee to SLUUrks ,
]HA\I : .es o at the ou KTAND 6 cultivated by C<>1. R. H. Gamble,and baa made as f3f We guarantee perfect satisfaction to all who W.1 TINSON Aas't Sup'u
I 1. g59. I
itlaliuoserFebruary" EIARNESSESTABLISHMENT. Like the Sim. it diffuses its genial influences upon good crope as any in the neighborhood. I may favor us with their patrooage.1l0'V March 24. 16G. 13_- .
ETNAINSURANCE all sorts and conditions of men, and challenges their Information in regud to character of the place I TO SEND FOR BOOR9.

esteem and admiration.For can be obtained from Cot Gamble and Mr.J.J. Hinton Orders of Five Books and upwards should be sent Mal Sale

CONPANY -urf'DE sale wholesale and retail "y who was the overseer on the plantation for 6 I by express. if possible as h U cheaper and safer Cit ,

SUBSCRIBER 14sr. 10. '60. 11 AMES A LTVET Y. years.For. ned .than by mail. of the Ma/or and CiyCotineilr
OF HARTFORD.larorporattd ------- terms and particularsspply tn the nndersif Money, ifpneeibleshould be sent in form of drafts, BY offer for sale b front of the Court House

''I the JL interest having of purchased the lateDA'ID __ ______ MASS'ER'SI"I near Monticello. OEO.. W. TAYLOR.C. as payment can be stopped if lost tbroogb the mail door in tbe city of TtJ..ki legal hours,

In 1S19.-Charter Perpetual. E. HULL in 5 UTC ** Family Friend please CUp IS-tf! Letters eoolo ing Money nay be tent at oar risk. oo tbe 9th April next I -r Na.

Carriage Saddlery __. ____________ CREAM FREEZERS March U. 18GO. provided they are registered aecordMff to law. Theseprecautions two hundred and ninety two ((292))ia te of .
the ICE ,
_ _
are simple, and within the reach of all, said city to sold for .
and Harness Budioets _ _ b f'h
('A'II CAPITAL,,- I,oooOOO., by him As Improved for 1859. Dissolution.THE assuring the safe transmiUace of Books. JON H.. nnE.Gtj*HanhaL .
so long kept : BOTTOMS Tnncro. hAYWARD t SOX ,la ordering books the title, in black letters 31, .. :
would respectfully inform WOT STAnrt bOil COVKS Ann copartnership of T. < {:3P .1r
I:Srp.FOAISSTIXY AND DAMAGE BY TTS.ltUN the inhabitants -.___ __ Freezer known which is constructed on dissolved March 1st. by the retirement of only should b*used. The writing should to plain I : Tb.eabore. 8 if fottponcd. he
TEUMS AUAPTKnToeVHF HAZAItU only the business of and he Name, Post Office.Coenty aDd State should r
desrree to doe
WITHTHK LAW S LEON and adjoining -- THE. Scientjfio principles.Tbe T. Hay ward. who up 1&hn4an4 .
continue the business in all its late firm as poui l.. All persona be distinct to avoid mistake.Send
UI cuMr.tTtN. Counties, that he will t, best and roost economical ; requiring the aa speedily .
cbesp NDZUOtt.tW3t.LILTO2t.
be found at solicited to come for a Catalogue.Direct WX. K. A
the Old.Stand where may than other being at i indebted to them are respectfully -
branches at and less labor
B. C. LEWIS, Agent tJ less ice any EVAHS
teD W.
firm all cnouniUueatioM .
and and their does. One of'lhe &
and all times."J time the most durable m structure without delay pay Anderson ,Milton;
Tor Tallabssse vicinity. the same York. -
r.tio will always be found at their old stand (DOW occupied & CO677 dw&J.Bew

Atut\ 15. 18- '. 33 oda'rovs.lJugif.s.' Road wagonsSacI&ess Trunks most Sole certain Agent in for its the O United lI.States by A. P. HA YW ARD,) to ttend to the collection March 81, 1 860.,_I4-xns .a.t'torneyS'., a''t'. T..aw q ,--.

\ .A .. .. .. .T. W. BKEVAED,.JB.CaUl&Brevard Harness, BridlesVhips.. E. KETCHAM& CO., Manufcctarers of ot the aforesaid'dues. 5 _5 ---.at .
A SON. Cizizens IN EQUITY,
and Machine Belting and PUni-bed Tin Ware. T. HAYWARD Fellow SOLICITORS .

Of every variety. And in feet.every article"welly Japanned 389 Pearl Strerr. New York. March S. i860. 10 Seotiael copy. BOOKS tebmie! tU e estate of J.M. Jf r n..'. a. )

.ttox-n.eys: a't ,XjLLW, kept in "'h'aD establishment and,be hopes by.at March 10.1860. 11-34 TilE. shnw.lhat. nwny f'O. Wu tMtuta.e HAVE fetwed ft eo.partetIbsM IhT5CtS4I.4
to men' a and will attend witbsiebtya.dpeowpt. .
of his customers. I Notice. The books and .
I the interests end
teution to in earns of $1 upwards.
are ia
'r.LL.'tI.J'F. bItOWt4upon : .their tb
entrusted ta *
VIN'O associated them elv*;,itepraetief% of couUnuaiKje of the patronage ao hbenlly Notice.SIX CRUMP will act as my agent ocotfuU will be Mind with the subscriber until the ness to any business Fra&IHk CmTbomr ft&f C
E.PU&DY. JOHN IL Couits of Jackson
.r& Circuit
I II tli.- I.'. off.-r th.-fr r n'tsiTeniceto tbe"I I his predecessor. t Jt .friend and wef k.from the first publication of this of notics.Probate II ivI_ during absence from Florida! and all persons 1st of next July.when they will he turned Oft doe to Washington; )at cSapreiMConrtatIariuattsfiairthe '
his to the Judge my U Collect.
', Inform apply with
I'" '- ri..7 will prseflee in'tH> Cirouit Coorts of The subscriber would also of the 1Iode5igeed on having business with rue personally or as Executor the Sheriff II United State District CcA P.tTII34.FJO4 -
i'', M I' !Mle Ii'lricl.thcPnprerrtc Court and District the public that lie still continues the Ag MJ of Leon etvunty for letters of administration of t on the estate of Thomas Lan 'I. are referred notice t'itttofaod govern yourselves aeeordiagry ,
E'r Apalacfcioola
1 ', -f the United Stat ll nl Talli fi l\. \"e" well known and justly celebrated the etxt of Bartholomew H lt. d *+ seVl.latjs I to him. W. R. SWAIN. S. A: SPKNCEK Feblv&I '.I$ 0. 6
I T.YLOR.larth It :
:-;- .tHice in Rntger new luilcJu: !, ovir the UTieeler $ Wilson' SeinngTallal.afrr .Vac/uat.f. said county. March 31.160.t 14-lt t 1 Newport Mactb :1..tsAl'
k) .'." hail UoaeJ.I n. 1&60 1;-h
I : S-pt 4, 185?. 3
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& ithit1 .5. an-utr quantity of it, bat will ; _break down that organization ini commence JtoriSin The and /Soflta\hicU favor the election took
The Rhode Island
rarers.orth ; general place
street oar cook \lay it under tbd tbr" to aatfi/y the wisheVef of the [ppV *ition. Liberty-ijqo.'Chason.
nvmlnaUon of Dooghu fr-r jh."Prt ld acy. art notorioutly on the 4th inst. William Sprague American RepuLUcp.aat prt01"* ( ,
The :' sImply thl*: The Committee th
-- - given bngglvg; buVlh* hIM and richest of tht Democrats, Terltat A Dem*.r\t. question hTe''apprilff *vote!
Whir of each
TALLAHASSEE : .. Shall:v* abandon our'piirtj One and nWt 1.1 dp j Bounty' County
k'bavt Mt .
apreinenof rtuit,!ortpf.iia-work4f. Republican, wa nosI.-Wiih your pormistton, entitled .
w'.wJ to one
term as a _
neutral county
portion lerritwyto St one
-u'WUflDAY --- :teen U contained In- letter.to tut.Mobile'Rtyiittr. SthPddrurc was.the Republican candi devof a small space to the tonsideralioa. of b.l way U|*>B andln-' 'every 50'Dmotraftc vote

, APBIt. 14, dated Peneacola, llarta !'. We quote the) :/dlow- date. On tat same ticket with Sprague Walter3. muaica.tion over,tht signature of."VentL" W. new party,or hall we keep our organization addtoni-or vote east
1,880.'tr to-wit
and oUt T :
-- --- vite to coint and ptrl alial eledin.
-- parcel
ing paragraph: Democrat, was elected_ Attorney General, ask this indulgence tht more 06d.nt1. a* it wi.b thtD 1n Calhoun
Bur" We for the latter -our irgtuhstion 1 1. JukSn 9, !
J- We aw authorized to announce heir ReaitUr:-Onl-f tire ixteen delegate who S Pakr. American State Treasurer. Theflepublkamajorify the L\it wt shall I call fur. And wt may be at and with force 4. Gadsden Liberty 3, Leon 10. Waln

H. T. BLOCK a* a caudiikt f.'v Major (f tb. were .M"'I llw represent tJM.EaNauaUAeunty( ) in the. State, in 18C6, for President t remark, thai it U fortunate your correspondent already "tectu.t eta carry i; more 4, Jefferson 9, Madison, Lafajette2.akl
to be held at and than new wAconstructed'r different Co
VLh: Leon Regiment Florida Militia, at the elec- at the C.rle'minl Stair 9th cf Convention but three or four 4.8.and in 1869, for Governor, 6,329. baa given "ADemocr8t"food enough from materials.power Viewing any { itiu this light we are not lumbia 4, Ahchua 8, Diva! G, Marion 8, Le.vy .

two in 5t a way be counted '"ho will AI'ri.. ; the majority of F. B. Sanborn wa arrested on Tu.y night tbs banner .county. ,of Demo,,( r had w* relied willing see abanJo'ne'd' to float' 'upon an un 2, Hillaborough 'Dade I, Monroe 6

y."We nrc authorized to announce whom nr* rr -Dog u. The State do1tglc.three the 3d Inl at Concord MAtsaehnaetU, Vy tbt United solely 1 ponthatfurnishcd! by Venta' our di. known sea t, but will bail-witli joy inexpressible; the The 'Committee recommend tiat vote

in number ae to proceed to States officer, tinder the of the Senate et'iuwtmnat hive been slim and Aslim I o' each County cast by a nu jority of the
Gen. WM. E. KILCIlEASfc, of Gadmlcn county, Convention, will not probably be Instructed. to vote requisitloa it is our pr. acceptance by the opposition of a imitation,which L
of tbt. we,wihiJtowever.pay provided delegates .
committee of Hoar i rHpet present.
a* a candidate for re-election to- Ute office of )(ajrO.n.r1 for any pailiculur candidate; Lu ,it i* generally investigation. With we have always etJi to join u.In carryingoutthe ,
vote to issued writ of Aoota ', a&d our stomach does not enter a prou.t style Which read and
allowed that Judge Douglas requires er Supreme Court a ution. report was adopted.On .
of tlS Itt Division of Florid Militia tb..ectjon .c" true Intent of our ThicUonrpo- <
,* conceited the Baron of cn> I I
other candidale'ho at BradJwardinit :
secure him the nomination any bench of ? iat pedant and
o"e after consideration by l motion of Dr. L. S. Duv.il
t. ful the assertion of-' Verita to the Hon
to beheld in May next vjjll get it) f tho.gb the popular vote w'u decided that the jdgllttI ', and Tally Veolin,he brr.a*that we maytaller liton. t1e' contrary I
of man who I* Srg nt-t.r. '.)t fcrfrrr'ouWytra' John Branch Ex-Governor o -Florida .
might some : jQtwitt"alnU"'l
Suthel b. the of that l .
ForiJ. hope to sense pt-Ps-
\V authorized to announce the Increasing I ate could nott3 legat authority aD OUIU\- keper" ge.to.tonal ,
t care ant fud fr eoTeretgnly l ,iew.ret ll t Democratic party long a* such personsa 'A* .>'-ISdhtfM,"wll1i eoimn'nt. bjxnr Veritas'communications. : cnt a. a viattor.wasurstod t to ,a popularity. In this IllinoisSenator and Sanborn discharged. There wt great 1
Dr. O. W. PARKBILK rf Leon county. M a candidate StoLlh. A DEMOCRAT.
and nit doctrine of U not Aim// are in it*ranks-thit who hue learnt. President of the Convention. .
: "atvnldun and
for Major General of the Western DirUion, I excitement the time of hie art ont man 5
be dirputed. the dictates of enlightened P. S. Upon the Sentintf strictUI'M noV for- Cut)
moved that
Jf1or1d.MiliLia.; ,at the election in May next t I died suddenly ...supposed, frota fright their Democracy We Floyd a committee of ono
and heart
: Now we don't pretend to know the exact sentiments the of such statesmen bear comment. A deep sympathyfor I
reason bad from each be
Senator Hunter emphatically denies the truth upon teaching County represented, appointed
of the three or four" delegate from Escam- doubt not a noble, generous affectionate, yet bereaved
We are anthorircd to announceJ. as Jefferjon and Jackson. your
t Louis that he bad to Resolutions (or the consideration
of the from St charging I report
JOHN WILLIAMS candidaU for Colonel bh who didn't! attend the State Convention,but one dispatch} .enlightened "Mr. .Veritts,"and after this, ton, prompts u* t forbear. A DCXUI.CAT. I of
u a ron.
letter Illinois the I the Convention which
written a Springfield urging motion
certain the which t --
is meeting
Florida Militia at the election thing quite county one.wil] dare dispute your entire and undivided
tt no
Eighth Regiment,
Cook to attend the Charleston DEDOCH.\TIC STA'i I:
delegate CONVENTION.TALL : the foil!
appointed them adopted the Senate Cncu. resolutions Cnellon. right to the control of reasons noble realm. We wing gentlemen appointed said
iollay.IS I
would be
and that their
in which resolution I intimating expense pie "bow l in bumble submission to high Committee; : .
Suttr STerignty not only your
of Delaware will
The 0 )I860.
People'* April
party ,
; ? We are authorized to announce get very little aid and comfor claim, but yon a part Democrat,far outstripping I UUSF. Alachua-Henry Bradford ; Calhoun-J.
with the and will not lend delegate
Republicans Pursuant to tho Democi tic
Major D. B. BIRD,of Jeflersea county, at a candidate joke which the Rtg.tn" correspondent peptrat the Uuion Convention Baltimore. your teachers, Jefferson and Jackson. previous Dotict. a f Gorrie ; Duval-Holmes Stele ; Frank.
fur Brigadier General of the Militia embraced is in Hie \al.it is geDeraly .nowe a And let Democracy beware for should one of it* Convention for the State of Florida met at lin-R. J. Floyd ; Jackson-W. Ander.

within the Middle Judicial Circuit that I Judge Douglas requires 0 vote to secure Municipal election took place on Tuesday the humbles member like ourel dare express a dissent the Capitol in the city of Tallahassee this E
3d in New York Iowa, Wisconsin, and Ohio. son ; Leon-C. E Dyke ; Liberty-John
him the nomination other
over any eandida. .inet from the decision of half a dozen Democrats he i day for the of ppointing delegates to

ErraUuIn will get it!"-and, the increasing ppul.rity.ln In Brooklyn the soft Democrats elected large ma. fall under the disapprobation of" Verita," its all purps of Florida in the Chason ; Wakulla-A. B. Noyes ; Jet ron

the eomniUBiealion of "Yerifat,* published this SI.t.of the Illinois Senator and jority of officer I Elmira also, the Democrat sense keeper." represent Democracy -Gro. Whilfield ; Madison-B. F. Ward-

last w..l. the fallowing sentence occurred: "'A of non-intervention i i. not to be disputed!I" elected nearly all their candidate I Schenctady Iprnt.say we love a 1 and party as a means to Charleston Convention whereupn. on mo I law ; Levy-E. Graham ; Marion-S. I!.

Demerit' acknowledges that if the entlre conntrywers Here I a fair specimen of the way in which the Potter, Republican,wa elected Mayor by four hundred promote elf, better than country." Ter I high tion of F. L Villepigne, Esq, lon. PHILIP Owens; Ilillsborough De 'Launay ; La.

i"lId into the Democratic abulilionUm advocate of delude another. majority. In Buffalo, the Democrat elected
party Douglas one : DELL of Alachua called to tho Chair
attempt t authority for the well known charge: Judge not was I ( McGehee Gadsden
would be doomed," kc. The word* "invited There i not one particle of truth in the : their entire ticket I Cincinnati, the Democrat fayette-T.J. ; -C. E. L
I ItemenLa lest yt b judged. .Wy beholdest thou themote and on motion of J. Kppes: Esq., J. MY-
Into hoald have been "united with." we have,quoted from thu Pentacola letter writer. elected all their candidate for city and ward officer, 1. Allison.: ,
that i* in thy cyebutconiideratotthe
stands by seven hundred majority. also elected KICK GORRIE of Franklin requested to act Gen.'Whitfield offered the
Judge Douglas no more chance of getting They beam that i is in thine own eye." But we will following resolutions .

Connecticut hat gooe fur the Black Republicans the Tot of Florida at the Charleston Conventionthan nine councilmen, and the Republicans eight Last I submit VeriUs"" and trust he as Secretary. :

by a smsll majority of the popular Tote. The Democrats the man i in the moon-not a bit There is not year there .a anti-Administration majority.In ._ proposition to Mr. On motion a call of the counties was had 1. This Convention
will sot blink the issue. He h charged us with Re.old. will elect
deterred better luck. They promise finer a Dug\.ite\ among the delegate, nor was there a Dubuque. the Republicans elected their m.yo a desire for office. We will com.forward publicly, when it &found that the following were six del'gates represent the Democracy of
results KovemLer. known of his in the State and five councilmen And the rest Ol the
CoDYatioo.S mNI.I. National
and leave to the decision of our acquaintanceswhich represented, viz ; Democratic Convention .
much for the Increasing popularity of the city officer J!h..ukie. the Democrat elected i to be held in Charleston 6h the
desiront 23d
office ADemocrat"
tktsUbern Eoterpr1. of the two are more for Walton, Jackson, Franklin, Calhoun, inct.
Illinois Senator in this State." all their candidates, except the city treasurer In- Liberty and to cast the vote of the Statefor
.Verita. Let them judge from a nomi.
that this excellent II or
We are glad to tee paper ou Gadsden Leon, Wakulla, Lafayette -
Toledo the Central ticket : Jet'reon. '
Republican wa elected nee for President and vice President of
and history. Come now Mr.
its in and form. pst
once more on legs a new
preun piiO Madison Columbia Alachu.i Duval
Snccees to everything connected with it, except in Opp.Uloa .JTIeetlna In Gadaden. -The Emperor of Russia i I perfecting' his policy .Ver you have made the charge, and standup U nile State*-one regular delegate frO
An meeting was held in Quincy on Marion Levy Hillsborougb: Dade Monroe. the four sections of the' _
Oppltio' the noble inrnai State
Its opposition to the Democracy emancipating Ru.il tr. The to the rack fodder or no fodder. Let ns see if ,

S"urdaI1..r Ho.E. C. Love peaded and R. M. .y parts art opposing the movement, but know. that old maxim be not correct, .the fox i is the finder On motion of Hon. T. J. Eppes it was Middle, East and South, with alternates, and

Z>.ath" 4f Jane L. Xlart.TF Quinn acted a* Secretary. .udge Rndl. and Mr. ing the determination of the Emperor;art seeking ," &c.He resolved a committee composed ol one two from the State at large with alternates.

art panel to chronicle the death of another Hart of the Sentinel, were present and addressed now to secure a law, granting equal rights to all says I am the 'only man he hat heard cpeak from each t:1 county be appointed 2&.lDt That the elections &al be
t>f our prominent citizen Mr.JAMES L. HAl of the meto!. A committee, which wa appointed {o citizens, pJLcl.nd social-the trial by jury and in any but term of praise of the resolution of Dr. conduce the following rules :
that reported a preamble and resolution to select permanent officers (or this convention elections shall
this cetnty died suddenly on Wednesday morning purpose freedom t. press. It ia believed that this mat ParkhilL Also, that it' was shown to several bo- ht b nra rocr, each

bit at his residence, of disease of the heart M is for the consideration of the meeting which were ter will be incorporated with the emancipation fore it. introduction who voted against* Surely and to report rules for the governmentof vote designating the Delegates aud alternate.

opposed. Mr. IL was the father of one of the editors adopL The preamble declare that- m01'ement those gentlemen roust have been silent Its the same. from the respective divisions.

of the Sentinel and with We, solemnly averring that we are not let tenitive upon b The chair the 2d. The election shall be mad by Conn
we deeply sympathize The West would have Toted appointed gentlemen
to the wrong to the South a* threatened and S Joseph says: "Tht Kansas leg. ing shown t them or they not folo1'iog ties each casting the number of votes

our brother this tore and unexpected affliction. perpetrated by the Republican party, nor .decided islatnre have granted one hundred and fifty bilhW against it. after speaking of it in term of praise.' sid con.mittee : Messrs. Eppes, Anderson assigned Count the apportionment

The deceased was a most estimable gentleman and &oppose them the utrOt than those pseudo : divorcement in forty day.it i* .. Finally, the But, did not the resolution come up before the proper Gorrie, Chason, White Walkerof this convention. already

died in the communion of the Baptist Church of champion of the SoutJ) t. Demot;:but holding : Legislature quit the retail.business, and the Hoq.se committee for their consideration T And will Iarkhi. adopted by
the hitter to have been the cause Jefferson, Walker, of Waknlla, 3d. That a majority of all votes of
which he had long been a useful and conspicuous te present fen. concluded do Hnmp W.r.law. tie
to and
a wholeil. operation, tell us who supported it in the committee
and from their
aa being incapable present Vert"I' all the counties in Convention .
McGehee Bradford Owens represented
member. Be belored by hit neighbors fur his and the extreme sectional position they have diately passed a Li divorcing all married pcopj* roogi Ja Tee ,U one point certain, that the mem Doggett, shall be to choice.

generous hospitality and universal benevolence,and from acting successfully aa pacificator in a..ume eminItggle in the Territory. ben-of tht committee, chosen for their well known Noyes and De Launay, who, after retiring. necessary a

had the and of all we, obeying the admonition of the "Father Which were read.
warm friendship personal
respect hat furnished knowledge Democratic principles and Democratic reported the following gentlemen
Brigham Young Rev. Elias Xaon .perraa.
this time
Country to unite with
Mr. Graham offered the .
who knew him."After
any! sectional party, and bail the formation of thj of Medford, the following facts concerning his usage voted down tIe propotition. Doe. 'Vet-its.' nent officers of this COI.ention. viz: following as a substitute

life' fitful- fever he sleeps welL"y "National Co.titutioD.l Union Patty" in Washing personal history: "I wa. born in Whitingbam impugn tiuir motives, and tell fAces that they are For President -Hon. PHILIP DELL of :
ton. I one around which all the e'uYti"ele Windham Vermont June to of the welfare of a That this
Tbe. TallahaMfre Railroad Bonds. uf the South and the county, 1. ISO!. I have looking promotion regardless Alachut. Reolr. Cnventiot appoint on*

We clip the following from the Charleston Courier .ment country at large may living four brothers, John Phiness IL, and Joseph, COl mol country T Doe he call in question their delegates to represent the State of
safely 'hopefully rally. For Vice President Hon. JOHN FINLAY-
of the 2d inst: resolution which follow art taken from the older than mplr; and Lorenz D., younger and a principle, and tell them that their' ts not an 'en *- Florida in the approaching National Demo.

Railroad Eondt. rFora T .i.te in Great Salt lightened reason f Wt are happy to be in SON, of Jefferson, A. DE LAVNAY,, E come cause, there was during address cf the National Constitutional Committee.The Dame X.Dcylowho c."e
the week a somewhat sudden demand for Tallahassee following gentlemen were appointed a* delegates Lake City. My father' name .John. He wa* the same category with those gentlemen. But their Ilillsborough Col. S. II. OWENS, of )lrion. and that one delegate from esql;h, county com.

Railroad Bond About $21.000 born intellect far inferior to that of' Veritat* that a committee for said and
suddenly to the Baltimore Convention: Dr. T. Y. in UopLinton Middlesex county Massachusetts. are 1 Hon. T. J. KITES, of Franklin. pose purpose ;
attracted attention and were bought up by different Henry .. in different Resolted That the delegation sent
he i i. It
compelled move a sphere. futr.
purchasers. $8.00 or $ .OOO ,more have been Thoa. Har Cot S. B. Love, Edwin A. Hail Dr. t For Secretary-J. lhKICJ GOBKIC, of
well for him to blow his for fear of to governed in their vote by
contracted for on the same d.yat a considerable 1. 1 W. Davidson, CoL R. B. Hanghton C. G. Fife The Flatsbnrg (New York)Joa"a nomn.te i i. own trumpet Franklin. the b

advance. Th rapid progress being made by the F. Allen, J. W. Anderson Dr.J. L. Palmer J. J. General Sam Houston President, and Charles H. its not being blown. majority.
Florida Railroads no doubt explains, in part the D We did the majority seemed unwilling to For Assistant Secretaries-C. E. DYKE. Which was read.
Underwood of Wisconsin, for Vice President say
L. A. W.J.J. Duncan, J
increase in everything down that way including Church E Lrrbe. act a which could not be attended C. E. ALLISON, F. R. FILDES, and Dr
upon L On motion the Convention 'took
money.securities. Yarn Capt J. and Judge W. T. Gregory.: -The member of the Missouri Legislature pay prop.iloD a recess

-_- A committee of seven, consisting of Messrs. S. B no regard to Governor Stewart's proclamation calling with any prctica r.ult. And do not fact substantiate hOLMES STEELE until 8 o'clock, P. M.

Florida Private Land Claim R. M. the position T Out of some 6 or 70 prei The committee also recommended that the
Love Scarborough, 1 L Spear, R. B. H.uh an extra session. The Governor has ap, rjved .
eat,' not over ten or a dozen voted the
A telegraphic dispatch dated Washington April ton, Joshua Drake, R P. Green and T. Y. Henry a bill authorizing the city ot St Louis to issue $ ob upon propoition rule of the last House of Representatives 8 O'CLOCK. P. 31.
and a portion of those against it' (Did b
3. says: The Senate pasted the bill for the final to Executive bond in aid of the tho.who
were appinte a.an Committee 0 JO ot Pacific road. adopted as those lor the of this The Convention resumed its iiion.
voted in of of the government
settlement of land e\aim.ln ter. pris'
Arkansas private and Missouri.Democratic Florida Louisiana fur G&.do. county,in concert with all other Committee Senator Da vis U again suffering from inflammation resolution f) We claim that the majority of the body. On motion the rule was waiJ and Cut l.
m of the ern On Saturday the list Mreh.a'l1 'wtinl nnmber peasant did not vote upon the prop The report of the committee was unanimously Floyd from a Select Committee. made the

aiate Convention. Dleca". to Charleston. gical operation was performed on one ; but osition. And Verita cannot successfully contra ] concurred in and the officers selected following report :
In common with the Democracy the whole .riou. fear* were f 1 that he would lose the sigljt diet itAgain
The of this
proceedings 1x..1y will be found
pub- remark the .Journal of oth. Later intelligence however, states that hi conducted to their seat, whereupon the President The committee appointed to report resolutions
country of the '
Hthed at length tin to-day. Floridian Nineteen of Veritas asks what high spirite roan for the action of the
4th instant M we have been attentive observers of has far recovered from the effects of the surgical who honorable elect returned his thanks for the honor Convention beg
counties 1
were represented in person or by proxy. once belonged a powerfulparty leave to submit the following:
the contest in between the friends operation that he hopes to be able to resume hi. conferred him in and
of a pertinent
Considering that the meeting was called for the single YirgniA. would push himself on hit ancient and political upon eloquent & That we heartily rtid folly en-

purpose of appointing delegates to Charlcs'on GUY. Wise and Hunter for the control of duties in the Senate in two or three day enemy without 1 invitation 7* To this, we address. dorse.ofcl resolutions of approve the Democratic Sees.

this was a Tery good representation. In other res the Virginia Delegation to the Charleston Cenven A verdict for the defendant hat been given in again reply, that the road leading to the Democratic The Convention having been organized, the torial Caucus in Washington, as a full 'md complete.

peels the awemUsge was one of the best on the tion. I i I. not our pr\ine.nor, .we consider! the Cantang Shaw breach of promise ease. camp it broad and .traigh .furw.rJ-that those who Rev. G. 'V. Pratt, by invitation, addressed the them embodiment without of comment our political a* lntlment.platforu of and this Under Con.

core intelhgencS} ana" l\it.r. that we have ever the pros inee of any one out of thai State, t interftre The export of the seven from desire I can find it, and to those who do nol desire vention.
prneplltple Throne of Grace and invoked the
seen convened in Florid in a contest which belongs t Virginia alone the port of new York from 29th it for fear of not receiving promotion we art not blessing 1. Resolved That in the adoption of lie Federal

The_ question to the number of delegates notwithstanding the people of the whole country of March amounted t $6COS,058 lt a Increase of willing to open it. That a* t promotion, we look of the God of Nations upon its deliberations. Constitution, the State adopting the tame acted

to be chosen elicited a protracted aid anima may have a contingent interest in its reu1. $! tat compared with the amount for the to nun',and not their antecedent But could we On motion a committee of one from each severally as free and independent sovereignties del
of their
.I7. eg*ling a portion powers to, b<* exercised
ted debate, in which Messrs. Whitfield] of Jefferson The several di.tricL have been closely contented same period of last year. not point to m.DY'high spirited mcn' who have county was appointed to examine and report by the Federal GOYrnmenUur the increased security

Graham. of Levy Yillepigue of Leon, Gorrie of and only three remain to be heard from. From Among the prisoner captured on board the joined the Democratic party without such a resolution upon credentials and to apportion the ratio of each against danger, domestic awell foreign .

Franklin Woodward of Leon. While of Gsdsden, the best judgment we can form from tile reading vf to prompt them T There art noble example : and that any intermeddling by any one or
Mexican Marquez, were two Spaniards, of voting as follows : combination of their citizen
more by a
or ,
Galbrailh of Leon Steele of lovl. Anderson l the Ettg*ircr and the Eami"n the organ of the Ie.mer from one end of the South to the other-even in the Slt
named Carcano and who were formerly Messrs. R.I. with institution of the on inv
Jackson. ParkhiU of Leon respective Virginia candidate for the Presidential Loui.DU.lt. of own What hat nobler Foyd. Gore. Anderson otltf
Doggett of Duval Martin convicted of murder in New Orleans but limit our county. man a pretext whatever,political, moral or religous, with
Marion, Dell of Aluchna Amaker and I). W. nomination, I appear that Mr. Hunter hat a majority tp bal l-a more generous hopi.Uty. and a better Chason, Jesse Wood, Williams, Harbour the view to their disturbance or .uJe-on. is ID

Gwynn of Leon, Dc Launayof Jli14x] >rough.XuYti of the Dtrgatf elected, with at least an I 1 anounced that Professor Greenongh -..tore vf intellectual (fruit than the author of the Whitfield, Viers Bradford, Martin, Steele violation of the Cn.ttatJon. Statesso

of Wakulla and other pnrlicipnted. The discus c'ua chance for the remaining three districts. 1 New Orleans, baa succeeded,after much investigation resolution t And 1 i. ht not a ree.nt convert to Democracy Yille-pigne for and Mc interfered their domeitic peace
Noyes Hillsborougb, and tranquility-objects for which the Constitution
this a correct understanding of the Mr. ,in common burning fluid, or cam-, T Not this but he received
slon though earnest and lengthy, was occasionally 1 case, IDJre.LlDg only promotion Gehee. was fore-aDd. by necessary consequence, tend
relieved by touches of humor which kept be Convention Hunter 1.m! be the choice of a majority of the Delegates phene erboDlc acid gesasaneutralisingageppwhich at ovr hand over old and tried men. We t destroy the Union iUelL

in a Pleasant frame. The speeches were Ild. according to l.g. mill receive the ,leaving the imflammablt nature of the fluid"" h.lpe4sjn our kmnblt! way to eln.t him, and Te ConTnto then took a recess tint' 2. Rfolvtd. negro .l&e. avt( exists ia

able on both tides. support vf the entire de"luA ulr.nt.. makes it unexplosive and consequently.. treatise may long live to serve his country in hi* 4 o'clock, P. 31. fifteen State*oftheirdomestic'lnstitatlonsinh.rited of thi*Union, ep aul Impor'artportion from

The delegates appointed are six in number with The L'raatiner of tl. says that in the three harmlenf. country' Dee .And is he 'lIoL high spirited- their ancestor, and existing a the adoption of tie

their alt.ernatt..o from the State at large an.l remaining ditrict the friend of Mr. Hunter arecertainofearrying Florida Railroad We might think Verita an early convert from. his 4 O'CLOCK, P. M. Constitution,by is reie n eonsti&oting -

four from the body of the State, as follows: two and expect all three. we anxiety for outsiders. an important element apporConmeat of
1 Only tigfUeen miles of track, tap the Eat Floridian get The Convention resumed its setsion. power among the State; and that no change of
From t\e Sic!, at Largt-lion. T.J. EnD or only carry the two ditriet., about which there is have not had a successful experience in
j. are to and the long desired connection opinion or feeling on the part of the nslavetol'ding
r Franklin-altri.nate, Jon. Joni WILLIAMS Esq., oft : no doubt, and the Wilt delegates 1 are elected from between the blid of the Atlaati, and Gulf 'courting the fair damsel,' bnt will frankly confess, The Committee on Ciedeniials made the i States of the Union ia relation to I tins institution -

t Leon. B. F.WAKDUW, Eq.of Madison-alternate, one of the three district.jet to elect, the result Mexico will w.L established. The of that then told bJu/4r we would not bt accepted following report, through their chairman, CoL I can justify them or their citizen ia open <

CoL W. E. ANPEESOX of Jackson. cannot now be worse than-For Mr. Hunter b energetic contrat wt would never trouble her with 'popping the R J. Floyd, viz : eonr.tLatk t.heen with a view t it*c1'.rrW.
1 .
tor Mr. Pbelan I I. pushing the work forward vigorously attaek In
.Fivtllilu Body of Hit ,Statt,--Gen. JOBS MILTON delegates; for Mr. Wue 11-leaving the majority question.' He feed anxious to introduce a poetic are mDte
The who
with an efficient' force of one hundred hands Commitee. were appointed to of the mutual.ol.ma to ,led defend
of Jackson alternate CoL C. C. Yoic of Escambia. foi' Mr. Hunter 8. allusion. i I. the of without of pledge protect
prose each other
any and .
and will doubtless complete his task by the time I exmine crentiall apportion the ratio given by *,resperth try,on entering
C. E. DTKE of Leon-alternate. O. II. GADS "This secure for Mr. Hunter the "rxrr TOTI," specified in his contract Already the planter its inspiration. of va te county entitled to in this into the constitutional compact wll 1 kit foe
on i
liD, Esq, of Jefferson. JAMKS B. OWE.IS, Esq., of I or the fifteen electoral Tutu Virginia a the the Gulf are availing.themselves of the facilities Veri.hAlm.de.: new discovery. He inform Convention beg leave t report that they find the violation Union of and the are a solemn manifest breach ort

Marion alternate C, UILVECSTOK of Charleston Convention, as they C.t question Tariff of Internal mOt oLHtoD
'i long V
Maj. to. Levy. A tuay b afforded by the progre of the road, and wt a1 Improvement the following counties represented by delegate 5. Rttolied That the tt rests
t G. L Bows Eq. of Monroe.-.alvernate Capt. necessary to secure his nomination. by the Ae., have long and the its
were gratified to observe,a day or two since, a large Feeral'gTnment } proxies, viz: on equality of right and among

e McKAT. of Ilillsborough.Jfo Opinion of an Sfc quantity of cotton forwarded by J. C. sine been Mule n.1y. Vert., you wilt. .Alaehua-Philip Del and Henr Brdfor. member, and that it f pdlee it\j or teSt
for candidate OppIUoa Papr.T. Cambf ot long as' which represent the State U t'rejr sover
preference wai expressed by your port oi the Calhovn J.
occupy .
of the of the fel ,- ,
Savannah Republican, thongh opposition Esq ,one largest planter* Gpt kepr to resist all attempt to discriminsU
the Convention but it it believed that Senator Hunter a Democracy unless kep better eig cpeit1.
not Columbia
'o A. Smi.
hat its view a* to the who should Soon the dim and gloomy recesses of those Ae proxy & or property(a Territories.
i* the first choice cf the delegates, who will vote papr. person mock and almost foreata .*he desks Congress filled with petition from themanufacturing ley and M. Whit Smith.FraninRobr which art pne 'po.sseion4: t. lbs
by the Charleston a primeval will reecho .
at a nnit-at Charleston. b CnTentloo. I Impt\1. classes (or a protective T For J. Floyd, T. J. Eppes United State,.as to give advantage article in that of the the startling locomotive aDdtheir T.rt
well written Cth lost -
Thar editorial fraternity was largely representedthe ppr lrm te an abandonment of the Democratic doctrine of the sees of one State, whcb are not equaj- 'j.assuredto
the following paragraph J.niu.will tremble with terror those of
Jacksonville Standard by Dr. Steele and A. ocun 'e HUi ystem and a resort to specific duties! Ga.liden-A. N. Mclvor, James M. Smith, 4. RtKlvtd any; That Sll '
In offering some then In reference as the unuiual sound penetrate their hidden lair Congrea* not a Tet
Doggett Esq. with whom we had the pleasure to .to the bed course to eugeUon.by the Charleston e.I i iaot for a Democratic Senate, would no the P. W. White, Jesse Wood, Gabriel Smith shah Ig.lt.are. whether by direct legl 1tOD. o

; meet for the first time; the Qulney RtrvUie by C. Convention, we may state in the outset that fr I A COLOICD CLEBOTXA WAJTTS A Hoax.-A New present Congress, by a Union of American andRipobiIcanspes. W. H. Scott, 1. W. Oliver, W. M. Stafford, indirect and unfriendly .

E. L. Allison Esq.; tie Family Ffitnd by F. R. indications which must be apparent to .11 it 1 our inch a law? Has not the PretL Wm. Gorman and C.E. L. Allison. possess power to annul or Impair th C.ltutol'
II York morning paper pnbllshe the following a e al right of citizen of the United St
Flldes. Esq. ; the Ctdnr Keys Telegraph by E. M! man honest for judgment their candidate that they, in must .eet d fm vertisement: dent this session, had to hurl his veto against Internal Jac.son-W. E. Anderaon.Jeferton hi*wn property any into the common terr.orIH tb w

::4 Graham Esq.; the Tampa Pt.inlar by A. De Black Republican party. The result of th Conncc .WAXTKD TO Rev. Hon HICBLABD Improvement bills t Are there not other which Q. H. Gadsden, Asa May.W. C. there bold and ajoy the tame while th territorial

Lannay, ex editor, but lOOn to be a knight of the tieut election is .igifclLy eloquent th.point GAXKET. pastor RnT.-Dyle Shiloh Presbyterian- pay require a veto, a. enriching one portion of thenlee Bird, J. P. Anderson, John Finlayson, T. B. condition remain. .'

quill in hi. own right, and the fJeridiaeternal YarioU \conspired,of J'ean Church, a colored a small genteel CCCTE the of the other t And in Lamar G. W. Honey, Wm. Bailey. Jr.D. 6. .lHl That if experience *iofd at toy
: by Dyke &CarliUe Among the"looker*on" ..er.l1nlfL to work on the popular mind of the north lch at a rent no more gntlemtn. This seDtemD baa of this a, wt npn.that they art dead letters Walkr. Sr..B. F. Treadwell,!. M. time prove. that the Judiciary sad Kxi ntivt authority
sectional and lce not mean to ID art 'acfeqlllteproteeLioD
of JIlr. possess
a degree prejudice excitesnentthatlb
W. W. Moore of the Jacksonville called at ff House baring the and Geo. Whitfield D. B.
btl o
KtpnUieanand ,
leading southern. politician, who hat participatedactirelyln has been for long tiaet settled. Doe not oar organ of Democracy to Constitutions right la a Territory
Hart & Barefoot of the StntintlIt tie ..1 of crimination can b expected people.lu.n.M.. a..ur Dt desire niggera to know or the Flaridia & Journal, view them a* C. Bird and S. R. Williams.Lafayette and if tht Territorial government should 5 fall or r-

will be aeen by reference to the proceeding: to receive a cordial s.pport1n that quarter of the I clor II sufficient ebrb, humanity and open issue,or why would it ask the Sentinel,.'Will T. I.McGeb.e' f JM to provide the necessary remedies U.:that par-

that the Convention to notniaate Gubernatorial) 'UnionThis* ,la' to b.dtfo Je it i none the in New York &au..e favorably at No. eoar.'y the old lint Whig*Florida continue to uphold the Lem-J. B. Gwynn, F. deficiency.pose, it will be the duty of CoBfrat f Jppty **
less a* a reality. ren street"Hit A. J. B. Christie Jnn.
Cengrcfttional candidate i* to meet at Qulney oa tnaDw.lu.t that in view of such of thus T.r*ytem"t A* to Decks wt never uttered a Byrd, 1Iier.I. J. 6. .RMobwtTaat the Inhabitant of* Territory
say an illustration of the
: the ieaosiiX.day in June. thing rbt'VatSaftnty' a separation alt. hypocrisy f.e the at.te.Sor I word. us. William.-, James Felkrtl; A. S !.; of the United State, when they nkt/dy tarn*
ba art continually
pened. 'TvW **t-Bo-aocn doctrine. h.p preaching about negro equality. They art wilting But to Veuimlaot are opposed it, on Brdror. Richmond Garner.RVan Brunt, constitution to be aAaitUd 4 Statt lato tit Uaioo.

Harm for Btimtert the nil of iaf alarming malady in the body .that. should rote, bat they refuse -to rent ther1uton. t \mkr proxy James may then, for the first time;Hk th* poplfof a
.h4 esther cure1 the disease leg -account It inde8nl. character It place the State when forming a new toaatitatiok decide 3 ftthemselveswb.tbersiavcu'y
The Macon Ttltgrapk of the 10th lost ha*the fcl politic-;.bat w than kill them they art anxious I el.p then.a* o Willis, Devil Nosh McElvy J. 1.
the patient To tint end, had wt a voice ia the brother at the bat .thou'.: opposition t better looting than our own sea 4 ai**>.M iaftiti
lowing gratifying piece of Intelligence: pll. de1& up. Cbaires, Green Chaires, C. P. G. W. lion shall U mainUimed >ithiatb'
.Charleston CfTltOI. wt should urge thelloin. roof for shelter a party. act with na in our conlultatlonld Chi orproUbilsd v
'. Hrirrxx roa Fa :'.-W tare informed that Senator tion of Ime of wteo.mOerUol and Co. fr $ 1t&-B.1 deliberations. and they art not raited .raise Parkbill, C. E. Dyk. P. B. D. P. I jurisdiction ; and"they thaU U rateivH, Into tie
Toombe who hatbecji in Georgia the past week tuning statesmanship Stt and i Hogne, J. 8. D. Boxham. T. W.Brevard. Union, with ee witkput lavryra their NQItI't
attending to some baaiata In the Courts, U of the thereby seek t coneU.t the Doren '0- their own standard without being deserter Now, Jr. .Jno.-P. Cole, .i, tion may preerih itths.tI.asef lb.4s4.i'w '.

confident opinion thai ,Uve democralio lionth will the bad I.ta partteolar section Mr. DekMD. Tht.CalUormia,*e.r. J ,,rde a system effectiveit lw cbould bt er F. R. ,, Wm. Branch L Viltg 'l.llMolH4;That the protW, .oI'tbe CH(1eti -

unit LD pretenUof Senator Hunter a* their send of Jfew the Toad for such a wok. &d gr.d1ttrofth.. Dover WttUj Jo l. irled,out; and to.render a party effective it* ,xnemW -. B. Carlisle Coo Stuart White 1.. for the mdltioa o(fbridvea trees atrvlen orlab0t-.
date, and that he will be nominated. That will do hat the. additional recoountpdatioa poaseating '. L.Wood'wa4.andR.C.William. I without'tht iopdc* of whWi the VjAothavt 111f111d-
alike should
nth alt thus of of
I' very well indeed. Hunter will command the respect the confidence, we believe,of.the entire South.- eb t new article* of t"fenMi: regardlet private *. ; '. been formed. ud that ta. law of

i and confidence of all. Douglas, beeidea having next too. rapport family .: ,. ri 'wishes Wt wala all partie South,and : .1a-. Owen_*nd Jno. Mi Martin. lUG, which wen caet4 to secure Its UeCOtJ'
be the last .ub CdifonU Sttr.-A of thl .' rwe an orymfoaffo of that union and the mall feature of which sbilar ber
0 south, would man to accomplish gentleman county in .a' t din aD 1 .Va ._F. Wardlair, R, J. Mays : Mg
.trThDtmoentio: Stile Convention metal the fired result in hi* own section.This forma U that h* bt reliable WuatO from oat render effectual.- Bat where will wt find a South. A. Vie ad'<' :.the impress of Btarir aevent'who ysass all ssaet4. by.

'I Capitol UJl thi cily on yeaterdty at 12 M.aDd adjourned worth.is limply our opinion ; le i go t0 what I of the frt of one death of have recently college, occurrtd at, : organization save in the Democracy I Hence Wm Dura/-Holmes Steele and A Dgget. .'' -:11:the aJkftidfl rr..1IIoeJd cheat-and .D4 LaIntaIOIJ Ii )bO'J 511-

tint Jit at *U at half-put IS last Digkt.; JuBnmbr 1 y- that can b directly traced t the _*e of California .wt inU tAe oppotitio I cone tlo a "partMoW" Monroe and Dada-rht B N enjoy die hMcfite*f *r .twwvt'
t ft WM rery well ttendcd. and In point of revprottbility The Dejaoerati National c.y..u. beer. Po mortem exmlto have .disoortred / ovr parry. Wt sever refer t Hd/sbormtgh De Lauoty.I".. ,"" _: ada if ularStatgitlo .

1' and Intelligence,we da them tie jotiirc to.'.ytluit WABIX TOX, April t-Te).Ienl Democratic the yean n the i5fr ..a they otat w to Wa.ulla-J. L Barboor; A. B. : Wed &H pcrpoat'or BmlfirV the r*. |*J1De1of
l the \'lItd.- I COmItl suet I,ere tOa.r: tweptytlrrtt Stet The beer .recently been Introduced into this teb 1 wD far Jil I".H. : ipr Woe sad the Vw mad Ia :$3T5'atI.
we never teen ole u'1 j l.ecg! represents. It was unanimously 1t e and ht !been found to be :T. useful in an organization"..YiGt'r.l.t object t ta 0 H. Walker; B. B. .s.i4tb- ; \V..t Andrl of it. are hostile is_arUUV _bY.mnJ"th.Cttit1ltic.

: Welearn that !theowal I aintony prerailc.].-Floridaftntintl hat it shQnl.i Inexpedient change the plate eoUt.light l I.J. .e. We w011. ho..e.r.' a common eUDt. eL-the country rest and Iame Caverlr. and rtvotetibaary ia their d"h.'_ia

'tr1 10. ::1tT 1! ..holding (he Hemon-atie Nominating Convention. 1. vies our rea



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:"hToU ** the broad l nd patriot principlea OUBAM, April! 7. Th- Kn"hU of UM Got but *.s have it ia the South West Mr. Clerk.: "- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. 1hZOtOiist
berti controlled.: den Clrde.: met:. jesterdar a d expell.4 Dickf Senorita : alur the irs' pG licati. of this-sm-
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J./FLOYD .;... Je1 appoUUd drwfiUow.lheCowmandfTlnCaiefbfUtoorganirtrioa. In the Lauds of one party-you augment & mmi5s I 1traut5 and testament of Archibald Ors1tazadeceatd. late

I The ..totl. of the the eosomcrvial wvallh of your sutrrs at l11t ;x: ..inf. of Leon e. oory. will preaeot his fioal account t rhezeeutnr. FOR

Ulicb. report w,!s read and \be} resolution: Order have been pa.t'4tII Iu h. Laas. vfW. F. StsrLebo pease of \'
nimouel! adopted. win meet aI1II.bfla ':'" ; I me *,kou 11 bat think the tea : STAPLE DRY GOODS I ask to b* oSargrd. W. TOSDEH.. Ex' '. : SUMMER
you lraili'etChisa : i SPRING &
ana I ..:. I April !(. {sao. 16- m. ; ,
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fje Convention ,Inen rcwKutxlrjtion the 'onaid. I wouH ..m'lunte", if the carriers "ft-r thA '1 ccmrrraa ix rAt or

of the wdutkwa'
1110 rneudrneot How much more per pound -do you kapfx you j j Boot Sltoct and Halt Hardware and
Sbitfit1J And proposed .I (SUCCEMOES TO E. BABSAID, 1 a..) '
\ would have to pay for your coffee, if B'r zif.b.uU'1; I.', Crockery, Fancy Groceries Pro.
of 1A'y. ff ROOMS
rhsfh Wholesale and Retail Dealers m & EXCHANGE '
Mr c. Nt Tvaa:.April 10.-11. Steamship Prince Al close her doors against the I nttMns-E.f! ttli "(I ;t1 f'j, : : riiotii Cigar and Tobacco cfr' CASH

11 l will inoud and tecomJod that Ib* snr Iwrf. from Liverpool this port, b.. arrived with The commerce of the Pa..ific roast' lias ben I .., ., erttti brand, Fine Brandi't DRUGS) AND) MEDICINES -

fU.ut., b*> laid on tbe InHe on which motion! : Liverpool dat. to tbe 31st-eight days later.Ltrtrj.ooi on a fair footing. baud Porter dressed tap tlie:f r r I. Sf Wuifi, Putty I o' .

"i' And nll.1 "' re caikd II' countksgo11o I Cotton Marktt.Moi.Uaj. March .10.- trade on that occasion. And determined his psitn''. : 'Itdek Potash, Varnish, While Lead, 4r. I
.,,;ike ing result: SaId of the week 43,000 bales Sales on Specula by a careful observation of tbe stars' of'the S inform 4h,citizens,,f Tallabai ee ; a \w SCOTT & co.( .

tion, J.500 Ules. Sales for ern David d SetlK- of bl. wf/Hf1/ .adtutsocsding .that ,
-C"ll&oun 3. Franklin 5, Jackwm 9, exports 5000 bales.- crois. a flag 'o>fn. country they keep constantly "
ens' Mark-t very dan and derliaing. Some circulars in the beat of battle a.lit.t.le sailor boy aiIi'i'th j bMd, .
..'t'n 4, Garfsden 9, Liberty 3, Leon 10, Bates: Sides and Shoulders Hams aird ..
\\ say prices are easier; but quotations unchanged mast bead-the slender cord tliat bound it'' ,

j.flVrson 9, Marion 8, HHUborough 7-67. with a decline of id. roke-8JJd the flag unfurled itself to the gentle .- :a Flour of every brand, Every Variety Goods Required .

_Waknlla 4 Alachuji 8 Duvjl 0 ; which they reo- ve fresh from New Orleans the.
'-g Proiio* J/erktt.-Breadstaffs were dull-Pro.ririons brte of the broad Pacific, bearing the. m'otto on
Dde 1, Monroe 6-27. were steady. to Free trade and Sailors Right" arrival of the ateamers.at rSt. Marks and a.. determined HAVE on hand at the old stand.sign of the Mor in this Market-
LeVt. to corner of Clinton and Monroe stre ti, a
flSIlli] -Madison 7. ColumMa 411.So I London J/etuy Jfaritt.-Consols are quo tod at Your star. Senorita, i. a brilliant one. It casts Cheap for Cash. large and complete stock of pure .4w' .
I tHo its light over the waters of the: Atlantic Ocean,"and .
the substitute laid on the table. We would bit glad to have a call from our friends, Drugs Medicines rtiid Chemicals,
Gulf of Mexico. Therefore it is
a star of the first
question then recurred on the adoption Great BaRk ."MIT. different and promise them that we will spare no pains to Dye-Stuff, Paint, Oil., Spirit Tur Ladies Dress Goods,' :'
The msgnitnd,intermingled with colOJ11,1rMeb please thel!. Our prices are not exorbitant.-all we Varnishes Brushes Cam
pcnline ,
nf the first resolution uith the following re- Telegraphic dispatches were received here yesterday are calculated to increase, and give JOB a aupeiior ask is a living.( Call and judge for yourselves. Fluid Window rnnM '
announcing the robbery of the Marine Bank -April 14. 186D. ltf pfane. HEAVY DRY
light It is a double star.'
inll : Agency at Colvnnbu Ga., the night before. The Glass, Putty, -$ ., 4-c. uUUlJiV
Yets-C:11houll! 3 t. Franklin 5, Jackson: 9, When you itrrel-orn info the Union, your star Groceries &c. together with a. flue assortment : Bank and vault ettered
were by of
(; 115J.ll'lI U. Lihcrtr 3 Leon 10 I means felsakeji, was placed I by the side of the stars or your. elder and Superfine Flour TOILET A FAMCY ABTICLLS '
f \\aiiou 4. and about forty thousand dollars taken-in bills- EXTRA PLANTATION GOODS -
sisters in the Jack of the flag of the country: Yon aD' ao'd Cinched C096ISTIKO Of ,
Madison Marion:\ 8 Hillsbor0 town and those ofvlhrr .
jcff-rson 9, in about equal know the Jack 1 It unfurled as a s'gnal for a Pilot. Superior Green and Black Tea, Superior Hair Tooth, Nail and other Brvthc -

) ;: 7-71. proportions. During divine service! when the !flag of the Nation Soda and Butter Crackers, Maccarooi: ; Horn. Ivory and India Rubber Dressing iUBBOH8.A.NO

NllxsKlacliua 8, Duval 6, Levy *!,..DAdeI I We learn from the Express agent that $'10,000In is made to give up its place to the pennant of the Colgatea Concentrated No. Lry I Soap, dabbit's, Potash, and Fine Combs; Fancy Toilet .
was another drawer
Monroe 1 0, Lafayette :2!, WnknlU-29., clo'e by which might Lau Church, the Jack is kept mating over the heads of Extra Gloss Starcb. Soap* ; Pomatums ; Choice .

I lt Colombia -i.o been easily. stolen with the ml.-.Voco* TtlegraphApnl the people ut praj'ers. When Ole President of the Ridley's Candy, Perfumery, 4fc., 4c., 4c. : : -

Blank- I 11. United States steps into a National boat, it i* deco Superior Havana Cigars All of which they will sell! at reasonable prk... Itj

:>: the first resolution was adopt*. !. I ____-- orated the Jack honorable mark of Deshler's Anti nervous Smoking Tubaceo keeping coiutantlj supplied with all articles in their TRIMMINGS .
by as an respectto Rail Road Scotch Snuff. line and by strict attention to busineis. they will/a-
then taken the second TUE Nan .
The question : b'.m. When in the midst of the
a storm ship is -ALSO- deavor to merit the p trotjag heretofore L (rir.d
solution, uhich was adopted unanimously.On April 2.-Tlie Constitutional Union about to sink, and the sound is heard of the minute upon their predecessor.
(6 I Bbls
I Committee Country Sugar, Cheap .
motio.i, the Contention proceeded totiesolecti.Mi should tonIght, decided that the Chairman gun at sea, the flag of the nation: bangs upside & Cans Superior Country Lard, Physicians Prescriptions. Embroideries and Hosiery,

of delegates to the Charleston 1 convene the entire National Committee of down, and the" Jack comes under tbe stripes as a lor sale by G. & J. MEGlNNISaApril Particular attention paid to Pre.mptiOM-Ca1e

three hundred, simultaneously with the National signal of distress. 14. I860. 16- t fully compounded from Pure M.dicines.at all hours.

('oO\' ntion, when the following delegates I Contention at Baltimore, May 9th, to ratify the Your elder sisters have been born afar off from day and night. BOOTSSHOES

sera elected by acclamation from the four nominations, and take steps for further organization you. They exist close under the North Star in theI I Sundries.GRAIN March U, 18110. 18REbH '

Districts, *iz: I for prosecuting the csnvais.! tail end of the little bear. You notice that y.ur i CRADLES AND SCYTHE STONES, HOPS. SHAKER'S HERBS AND
and Straw Cutters, AND
from Wrrf J'lorJa-Gl-n. J.Jm Milton of For the FlorUlan and Journal.Tlie younger sisters in the West hue nearly populated Pump and Well Chains EXTRACT

alternate, Col. C. C. Yongeof the whole country north of 36 30, while others like Well Wheels and Well Buckets, LIVER OIL Rusbton's Celebrated Brand
County ; .
Jackson COD
Union Jack.SKVILLA'hear yourself have been born to the South. You Lavealways Steel Weeding Hoes
ls :LmbiL Tallahassee, I860.A Hilling Hoes and Grubbing Hoe., Ct riiiliG
"priI2d, respected sisters, and in
Xiddlf Florida-Chailes E. D)ke Senorila Florida : yonr your songs Garden Rakes and Hoes, ROOk. P01ash.; let. SORTSupply ,
From praise you ban joyfully seen your star surrounded Manilla Rope, Cotton Line, : .
of Leon County ; nUeinat\ O. H. Gadsdenof Earth is carried from the summit of the bills and by the stars of the new bora States. In your kindness 1'owder. Shot and Lead, Fresh I.dL rJI:" "

Jeflerson County. from the very tops of mountains by your rivers of heart yon never believed that any of your Iron Wedges

James H. Owens TIle turbid waters flow on to the mouths of the sisters would become unkind to you. You have Blind Staples and Blind Fastenings O L11c1
East Wrought Cut,'Clinch and Nafta: COIL
From Rivetting ,
rivers, and where the fresh.waters meet Ole blue that them PAINTS OILS AND VARNISHES
found of hate
County; alternate, Maj. Geo. now reluctantly some yon Hinges of every variety, ..
of Marion waters of the sea there the river currents stop. Just -you hear of their spcak'uig of you with disrespect Patent Balances, weighing 600 pounds, FRENCH and American Window Glass, cJ.liILa-:: : .

Ilehensfonof Levy. there the sediment drops to the bottom and forms a -yon know that they desire to tale from! you Lime, Plaster and Cement. 4 SODS Pure Lead, -

From South Florida-George L. Bowneof lr, which is a great natural obstruction to your that |>ortion of the estate which belorged to your For" sale by-: G. A J. MEOINNISS. Snow White Zinc, CLOTHS AND MATTING .
commercial April 14,..JL86D. Id-fit! Varnish, Paint and Sash Broine
:Monroe County ; alternate, James McKay relations with other parts of the world, ancestors-you know they ban attempted to excite:

ofHiHsborough. for unless it is carefully improved no large ship can your new born sisters against you. Why have they FOR TIE3C23: FINE ASSORTMENT OF FEATHER DUST- CORNICES & CURTAINS _
enter your port, and indeed small sized vessels will treated you thus TIn Charleston Convention .
then to the
Convention proceeded selection ,
Tbs I be frequently barred.out.. The tide may rise and your walks by the margin of fair Mexico! /"I.LEE lest and CommoaT7"EROSENE Hardware and Cutlery, -

l of two delegates from the State at let them in, but if they are detained a storm may ...waters you and your southern Vistefa haVe beefl i* E U.5. M. STEAMERS .

that: T J. Lppes and B. F. Wardlaw had re- Ship owners and merchants know the condition: of which cluster in all their brilliancy about the CAROLINAAND. _t\. Linseed Oil. (boiled and raw,) .

number.On your harbors and will refuse both at home and Southern celestial pole. You and they liars nearly Burning Fluid Carapheve, Ac.
ned greatest .
( : abroad to rick valuable property at the mouth reached a point at which! with satisfaction and de
motion of Mr. Gorrie: HoiuT. J. Eppeaof O( Spices &c. fm i] S
I an imperfect or unimproved Bay. They cannot be light you may behold in "the calm stillness of a l.cr c i 1 c iUTILLisatte .

Franklin, and CoL B. F. Wardlaw of Mad- expected to bear the losses, and hence it is that starlit summer night"la Vera Cruz-(the true cross ) Tickets to all persons desiring toy CINNAMON, Ciores. Nutmeg. Race, Ginger do; S

tlecled by acclamation as the doors be said Tu FRANCISCO. : f attend the Charleston Convention for the sum ; Ginger,White and Black .
ton, were your may to be partly closed against Amigo Mustard Seed. AllspTc, Cayenne and Black: Pepper :FnaTJITSAgricultural: : :
I of Eiykt JMlart for _the round and
tit-legates from the Stale at large. an active commercial system. A bad or imperfect I These trip going re- Celery Seed Bottled Mustard. Nice Olive Oil.
turning.! t.ickela."ilJ be good from tbe 20th of
channel, with ever so rich a back country will Florida Rojal Arch Chapter.A I .A.N-n Q"
The Con*: -nlion then proceeded to select April to the 1st of May. TTILAYOKING EXTRACTS of all kinds.
cripple if not exclude the trader. regular meeting of this Chapter will take place this r. t TAYLOR & BECKHAM. Agent
h'o alternate delegates from the State at ning, and the aUendssee companions U requested.Hi .
The remedy" cannot be found in deepening! the ;Teroandina April 14. 1860. 16-t Implements/
order of the 1L P. T. B. BAREFOOT .
Col. W. E. Anderson of
larjp, whereupon channel TSINGLASS, Gelatine, Ac,
; by scraping out the bottom. It will certainly April 1*,I860. Eecrttary.llotirrs. .
elected the alternate of :Mr.\ HUntsville Female College. JL Fresh Lemon by every Steamer.
:.ikni, was as fill up again, and the cot of keeping your I
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Wml:1and: Jos. John Willi.,m-, Esq., of harbors open would consume an incalculable amountof Sptcial : Be*. J. 0. WILSON--0- !IL, President THRESH Chocolate, Cocoa, .Farina A large assortment of the aboYe articles -

Loon as hr alternate of Judge Eppes. treasure. Not will it answer your prospects of --0- JD Cora_Starch, Bermuda Arrow Root
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future commercial greatness to form jets of piles ---- -- --- -- T OCATION-Hnnteville, North Alabama-nnI Tapioca Barley Sago. constantly on band and sellingat
moved that State Conven-
Mr Gome and planking-they would soon rot out or be car- Dr. Eaton's Infantile Cordial. LJ I surpassed for its nwny advantages. Cream Tartar, Solpb. Carb. Soda, the

non to nominate Democratic candidates for ried away by storms. You want a more solid and Dr. Eaton's Infantile Cordial is remarkable for its FACULTY full corps of accomplished and PURE Soda, Alum, Salt tre, Sulphur

Governor; and Congress, and the selection of lasting foundation-your jets should be made of wonderful beneficial effects in the treatment of chil experienced Southern teachers. ?ndigo. Copperas, tc. lowest Cash IPrioes.
dren. For dysentery, and teething, it has CATALOGUES containing full particular. sent .
a 1'resiJenti ,1 electoral ticket, meet in Quin rods. never been surpassed,and mothers should at all times on application to the President. S WEDISH LEECHES constantly on baod.S March 24, I860. 13

ton the sf'condIonday! in June next, which Harbor may be likened in shape to water TCI' be provided with a ropply, as they value the lives Huntsville, Ala, April 14, 1860! 16 NeVV' G-ooc:1s:

sets. such-as a pitcher or a jag.; Generally speaking and the comfort of their little ones. I HOULDER BRACES, different kinds .
mmmn was unanimously adopted. FOR THE FOB
Fund the
The of Blood
preparations are
those which have wide mout'is! like the
On: motion of Col. Finlayson. the thanks Lan shallow bars pitcher most important: discoveries of the age. Thy! are Charleston Convention SPRING AND SUMMER a (
very -while tbe small mouthed not medicines, bat food f..r the blood ; already pre -0- -TTEIMSTMEET A GO'S INIMITABLE HAIR
of the Convention were tendered to the Presi i er jug shaped bays have the deepest water at tbe pared for absorption plearaut. to tbe taste and natural THE NEW AND SUPERIOR t L COLORING, warranted to restore grey hairto xoeo.PRATORIUS .

lent and other officers for the tfficient man- bar. To narrow the neck therefore is the com : in action ; and what one gains, he retains.! The its oiigmal color,at tbe Corner Drng Storr.

ncr 10 which they had discharged the dutiesof mercial object. This is most effectually done by Blood Food is a scientific discovery, differing from J. R GREGORY all patent medelnes; aud for consumption, throat March 2(, 1860. 13.
their respective positions during its session.On dropping rock into the water from the coast line diseases liver complaints dj sprpsia( and other diseases -TTAVE NOW IN .
on both sides, following the line of the bar to within incident to tbe Lumen flame, is unequalled ..dIL-J--J: :: .Ata... ; DROP. DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUIDat l l Store a full assortment
motion of C. E. L. Allison Esq., the a proper distance of the channel until the water is for its healing and strengthening qualities.-Colam- LEAVE FERNANDINA ON SATUR at the Corner Drug Store.J. ofCloths

Democratic :! of the State were requested but, Ohio, Gcaette. WILL R.GREGORY A; CO.
papers forced up to the narrows. You know how the y. Apnl! 21st, 1880. after the arrival of '

to cop the proceedings hereof, and then, at Starling raised the water at the mouth of the de- tor 37"sale S'e advertisement.Ames A tbe cars,for Charleston via Brunswick and Savannah. March24,2960. 13Denslow's ,
by Lively.OBITUARY. Remaining during tbe Convention-furnishing her Cassimeres/
past 12 o'clock, A. M., the Convention ad. cantera. The tidal current in and out will soon passengers board and lodging. Benzine -
journed tine die. wash ont the channel to the full depth of the capacity Returning, will leave Charleston after the adjourn NEW LIQUID for tnkingont Paints.Varnish Vestings, .

PHILIP DELL, President.FlM.ASO of the river and bay. DIED in Ibis city on Sunday the 8th insL, Mr. ment. A and Grel\sy Stains from Silks or Woolens of all Spring; Coatings, -

JonN \, On such foundations water batteries may be placed E. J. STOW, in the 38th year of bit ag-. Fare for the round dip.. .. . . .. $30 kinds. without injuring their color or texture, while Drillings Murseillcs, VestingS, &c.

A. DE .. which will defend your cities and commercial The deceased was a native of Connecticut: but State rooms.., secured by application toROt'X leaving no unpleasant! odor. Jii8U11ed i witb the.same Which
LAry. they are prepared to Manufacture to Orderat
for Gloves without
} J Ire PrtlldNll wealth much more eft'eetu.Uytl1an the most bad resided in Florida where his amis' & CO.. Fernandioa, Fla. sctcets: cleaning altering their '
S. II. OWr.XII expensive : many years, : the Shortest notice and to tbe most Fshiouabl
N. B. Should the Convention nut adjourn by color ; also fjr removing greasy stains ont. of Paper
T. J. Errrs, J fortifications placed on head }binds at a distance. be! disposition and fine social qualities attracted tbe Saturday, 28U inst., 12.60 per day, from that day, of all kinds. For sale at th Corner Drug Store of manner. Also, an xtetuire assortment. ofKen

J. M. GOJIRIE, Secretary. Yon liars agricultural State rights-yon have multitude to make all his 'fiends. In tbe prime of .extra, wilt be charged, until adjournment J. R. GREGORY A CO. and Youth's Clothing,

C, K. DYKLSTZELC. personal State rights-and yon have national State manhood, he is cut off suddenly.] -April ?, 1860. 15 March 2", 1850. 13 ANDFURNISHING

I'. I:. L. ALLISON rights why not assert and put in practice your ., Frail is the tenure of our mortal breath. .1 GOODS .
} tg, I. Secret ** commercial State rights? Yea, iu the midst of life we are in. calh."*. ao: --,1ONE> BUT TIlE BEST. MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORER, ,
F. It FILDES, u u ZYLOBALSAMUM AH for sale at the lowest living pr1t't1. They ,..
A devoted wife and aged mother are Ufl to mtuhi- {t ,
You have attention from the :
1I0LfE. never encouraged REAL Havana, precious SEGAR, WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE, spectfulsolicit! : a full from their old friend and
Frenchman, who is always ready and anxious: to his untimely end.iTo them we can give the asun- as Manna, bright as a star** customers, at their old stand opposite ttrar Marine

BY TfiAPK.LITER come to your door, Senorita Florida. But you ranee of the earnest sympathy; of this whole com- For sale by DENHAM. HrJMSTREET & COS INIMITABLE, Bank Ageoej. _
April 7, 1860. 16-tf HAIR COLORING. BACHELORS HAIR DYE.BARRY'S 2T" We are receiving Kt w Good TOnutlAj, -
i U wear a French bat, you prefer French material for mnnity. TRICOPHEROUS hfarch3ll860. U

FROM EUROPE. your dres., you wear French gloves, your lace is Macon and New haven papers copy. "The Islet of Greece, the Isles of Greece-' ,
Also a good assortment of the best kinds of
made in France, your cambric handkerchiefs are NOT the LaVd. but psire BORDEAUX OIL, for Notice.SIX .
ARRIVAL OF TIIX French, your collars and sleeves are beat made in Commercial.TALLAHASSEE use. may be bad at DESHA.1rS. :3Pozaa.fic3.oj3 cto: 01.113,
A i HI 7, I860. 16-1 for the H.ir.Ferg"U. months after date the undersigned will pre-
France, your silk stockings are French, and who --- his filial accounts and vouchers to th. JuLie

NIAGARA.Iliurix m.h'lour little boot as well and as cheap j as the MAHKET.TALLABASAEE There be Good Spirits and Bad," & On.'S of Probate of Leon county f exoflicioadministtar i -

shoemakers of France? April 13lb, 1860. the on the estate of V. V. Skrine deceased late of
pure Spirits f"-r preserving Peaches and REFINED
COTTON.-Onr sales for this week II 100 bales at 8 Mlea X BUT said county: and ask to be dicnarjnd therefrom.
April 7.-Tbe steamship Niagara kas Is it because yon do opt think you are wealthy purposes, can be found: at
H. T. Ex officio Adzu'r.Apcil,1860 .
Idaad at U to 22 vltA a doll MarketIXEU8 April 7. I860. 16-tf FLORIDA ARROW ROOT BLOCKER.
l1ind! with Liverpool dates to March 24th. enough to make direct commercial I exchange with & COLES, Cotton Brokers. 15- m ..

Uvearoot March It.-The Broker's circular re- .wholesale bouses in France I You are rich. Your Raise a Breeze At the corner Drug Store. _
J. R. GREGORY: A co. :DPloasu.roPZ88033 1-.
forts the sales of 03,800 bait-s. of which speculators cotton, sugar and tobacco fields are expanding USE one of the Gentle Zephyr FANS f"r sale Tr.1p

'*4 ,00t) anJ exporters 10.000 bales. The marin every day. You have more than sufficient to support tthi Jptafismmfs.TALLAHASSEE April 7. 1860. 18-tf DENHAM. Choice Cigars and Tobacco.

closed at unchanged prices and holders offering ) you. You can pay for what you want, and

tvir stocks freely, but eVIncing no disposition to that is all a Frenchman asks.A : GUARDS.AT'fENTION To Keep Cool During the Hot Days PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, .

lrws &&1('.. In Uplands there bad been a large tax on French goods over and above the manufacturers of Summer, For: Medicinal Purposes.

\\'uliDeliat easier but unchanged pi ices.. Some au and merchant charge is levied for the GET one of the Double Wall Pitchers, fill with COOKING WINES desirous of taifny pUarar Wpr on'
VINEGAR, $C. aeota A Georgia Railroad, will be ear
I'Orttitt that the Middling ard lower grade of Napoleon and his The freight ordered to add a small piece of Ice ; use frequent .
ay support army. are hereby This! ia certain rioi from th. TallahaaM* Depot to Btatiod I and
If. and
b*d'declined l-16d. dales on Friday $,OO bales and tariff charges on your import good. brought YOU for drill,in front of tbe tae' by a remedt no humbulf.DENHAH.For Scotch_ Ale & London Porter, I back lor OM sra. nilt) provides. Jbr takmg the 4.

'ilh'a ttta the Eastern trahy wbf.k.arpjesM .. .
The stock of cotton at Liverpool was 840,000, of 'very little. Bat it happens that a large quantity of 4 o'clock, P. )r.. on Thursday Congress Water. on : Statwa I at'
i past To make Children feel Comfort- i past t, aoJ a* Tallahassee at | past: 7.W. .
hic 703.000( bales' were American. French good. are received in American bottoms at next,lath iost. able L. VINSOtr Aaal Sar<
\ For sale at the Corner Drug Stoe of .
Manchester advices were favorable at an advan. the ports of Great Britain, after the freight to Eng By order of the Captain. their SHOES and STOCKINGS I J. K. GREGORY CO. March 31, T880 14Mt

e.l1t Uu4ency and with a better inquiry. land and duties there hare been paid. The Eng. April 14, 16 P. B.BROK AW, Orderly.! PURCIlA.SE DENHAM. March 14 186a 18 -

Late it from Liverpool, by telegraph to QtuetutovnvLondon. lish merchant must have his profits, and an export April 7. I860. 15-tf .

:March U.-Tbe aales of cotton yesterday duty is levied to support the Queen, the Prince of For Sale, NEWCOODS. .

('.tl1rda)) reach?>l 7,000 bales of which speculators Wales tbe married daughter in Prussia, and the THE BRICK BUILDING. fronting SPRING TRADE.,1GQ -0- ....

aDd 1 exporters took 1000 LiaIse. The market closed single sons and daughters at home. The freight to Monroe street, I nown as tbeRUTGERS' A Joseph Weber, t

uiet tut steady. JJrcadstuffs were firm aDd Prov l. New York, the Custom Hues duties levied there, BUILDING. The house ,
lULl is two s'ories.filty feet front. by forty WE are receiving: a large and well selected MERCHANT TAILOR
qwet. and storage bare to be paid. The wholesale merchant deep. containing eight large rooms, and reds tb. SPRING STOCK consisting of Etaltfifinman blood npm being &ssiji4'

GENERAL KEWa moat bave his profits, and by the time your present year for eight hundred dollars. For further Boo and Skoet, Hardware, Dry Good*, ABD BKAUB 13Rtady.1dc : always pr eoU os with the a aaae csvcotU.-.. ...

11.e King Sardinia had formerly accepted an petty coasting system U paid for, your articles of particulars enquire on the premises of Groceries,* lrori. Nails, Trace 4-$ Fifth ClotkiifFornishing od circa of OOVTM UM Tac 'I57..a. Aa.Jr-

''niuo of Tuscany and signed a decree to that.fTl clothing have cost at the rate of four times as H. L. RUTGERS, Agent Chain, Stretchers, Bacon Salt and UD Cilun.ao'a tb. Blood of a pane n&rbi r his Cosesaptics.
April 14, 1860. 16flNEWGO liver Complafet. Jppepaia.T3erorU M.aDd vSod .
r. :. much the French for theirs-three times as Flour 4-c. Goods,
as pay 4cc.t, 4-c., brtltrj .histapfs eTtaiJaflsis islse M the reel
>. French army was dally quitting Lombardy. u-mch as your New England visitors pay for their*- OD S. And for sale cheap by BOND A CO. Tallahassee, Fla. flobolea of B2 od. 8 pplUMM UfioMMos, ...s

1l"M$not regarded as coldness towards Sardinia and twice as ranch at the Western girls pay fortheirs. ..Lloyd March 11..lit(). 14 THE Sub.eflber.W now ree.dYinc.atbia stor nest IDa are -.ad. w a Tho BLOOD FOOD k fouadod
1 0 R. U. Berry's Auction Room B wet sdeeted upon' tbk 1'IIeorJ4nee ita astonishing ooresa.ToeroaroVtre .- .
: icc ue the independence of Italy is irrevoca RARE INDUCEMENT Saddles, Harness & Bridles stock SPRING SUMMER. GOODS,toiUbUforGENTLEMEN'S Prrpanillens!adapted totkooofieieoeM
Merchants lave erected magnificent buildingswith FOR; SALE BY BOND & CO. WEAR : of the Blood in diflcrmt diseases. For

It is announced that the Sardinian troops hue pure whit marble fronts, and they ban BEG leave respectfully-o-to draw the attention'of March 1. 1860. 14 CoBgha, Colds, Bronebitia, or any affection whatever
*'fl'nerd the of made it uBfaablonabl for you to go to a moderate JL eilixeos of Tallahassee and counties e oaistIngbo of the Throat or lAmp toddomtC Consumption,uaoNo.
evacuation the adjoining Ulssckbur's
Savoy. wishing Shoe.taD
persons .
ALL French and English Cloth Cacimeresj I. .bicU..Jeo{ I.k So.b D.prsssIOsIOf8PiriLI : ,
A Fiend b diirwtch erplainingthcieeesslty the bons, each as la 'found la London and Paris.: But to the fact that I am now ill poeadI oo or a complete have tbeir-orders'filled by leaving, them., Loss of Appetite, and for all Chronic CotaplaiDta

"nation orevor. )lisa beep pabBihed; wnicb the Company; S. nabe/ed Into el
K>* rer, Contains nothing new. France disavow: saloons, cay-pita eirUlnad In the"mo-t extrav.agaat : ., 8PRL\G :AND SIMMER $TOCK, voJ *._14'1. March 81. I860. ., 14Rio. II of th.la&tetlt1Ie make aad .t.q'alit1..wa hsj fa prepared Prostration. No.1,lor LiVer'CoinpUlots. Not S.fcr '

"h"41>.ory of natural frostier style. Then are tie beautiful balls, B>**eiv oo.xraIIU.e ow Java and Laguira Coffee I taahioiiabU to manner np,to and order on RtAaoxiXUi io a workman-like TKSJO. and A It D Taken spjrpsia. Being alreadprrpared: .tor absorptioa

j'"rliunentary proceeding art unimpoiiant. winding stair ways and mlrtora oa very aide frofl Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Fnnvcj FOR: SALE BT' .. BOND CO. i rQen1lM01't1Dmt the clrenlatioD.by Drop so that and wWfov oasned gala JaoMAtUt/: u'rtslaTb. a

r"nl">r projrui, has been made with 'tho Budget :tie.casting to the floor. They rc lv. you. In these Good, Straw and Millinery Good, :: ,March *1. ma. 14 i :aBA-D.T.K.ADE CLOTHING, No. 4. is fcr Female Irregularities,. Hjslrria.

I,lid, the income tax bas been debated. : elegant halls for which you t-1-4W .ht do Groceries aud Wooden Ware,- -.' Spring & Summer Hats :Kaek aDd Fancy Silk Cravata a.4 Tie. Shirts, x.I .- Weaka ase.,_. See specialee iowto.lLi.. Ford _

getin return t Watches and Jewe l-&c., ._ : I I rino. Silk and OnlIne Under Skits,.-Collars, Half 8aJt J\MarQ. Ipt4w,8erM 1FJcJz.WTai4Biad.! .
Er. Stephen* UetsiB;; to co IHIto u.. Ke- you I .Qli&AP. FOR SALE BT BOND 4 CO. Hos.Glavika&i.j'; -:0. <-r CoIppbt llb, tab If..... la,all ..... tie IiH. ..
usual (CouvstI.. Ii' A Southern roan In New York OB OD. oertaloaexpressed which I offer at ajtooubtnr. low prioas. '. i ..:, 11.:180.' 14 .vomld .... mnsU stnotlWlowaJ.. Prieoer: lUeTfcbo. -
He take this retnAitDa
*I'bt5. of 'the3 Oods Orate ftol .for the JibtrraIrat toq g. k retq re.b ; :: ttT method of ; Foo bottle: '
April th.-Hon Alexander SUpbens, bit disgust at the quality solicit coatiooane i. thanks U LI. old customers for tbo Jiooral |1 MT .
stowed m' I respectfully a psUroaagohentcors
prtr4.. letter U sent South. A born. who! had DOt upon I I'usa r. Clothing. Sold by CHURCH 4 CUPO5T. .
a Georgia d..1.gat.teth generally grain of the aajflf,'and invite the public to"ealt and cfreJ ) bestowed on him Dad trysts fcy etrict attention .

.rl IrttoB Democratic vendoir protests against *e* elerk long enough to Jean- the craft. Ungh.Ingly trialReepoatfany.. -"- I','A IVARGE-tOT STRIStt CLOTHJ G. FOR..ZA. to'business, to. went a' IHm&IJC.M: By Aq 'A iiy'Tat3abs.sii NoI409Broa4vay.N.<, and an.-T.-:.' .. .

".*e of hi, name in t lIt m,'f..it;g, .t a" candidate ..id. Oh yes, we* NOd bad eeptjgh! If<'t- .J.A WRDOJ; 1,3(4Sf-. ,--" sal* cheap IT BOXD: 4 f O. same. JOSjETa WKBE&- DruggisV IhroatVwH: th. eooatrr.lfar byspeetable .- .
t ,
'H ,'r,$4.q..,. but we send the\ very iirj SoatW April 14, W o.. If ; LU., I. Usr,,51.'to. 1etltia.l e
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( ')I P lE\1)J1) w FLOEIDA'-RML-EOAD. GOODS I FANCY GOODS! HOSTETTER -- I. : rn4Es Tfrugs: NASH; e.dfcines&. Co.Deale1p .

I I t T 11 1 V STOMAChI11S.. .I I'STrecctvpd fromfcew; Y.rkPZb.kL.Il.C.&

'C 'r' 'tntloIl 'Of tie tate, _ikl: & tew ip'JZat.skci. Ztytpeptta,'f.4 e Lie. a gvrezzL'. p.EpczIrant. ef' article.! .

\x*<.' 5Ur W ,JVl o icaost every Laid!. Burclc rk"WL.te
Jjpp4iit. of-my\ I
\ 'S ,1
'i.\ : \ ': : 1\1. \ : \ : ; ..
-; .- I (nl\GE 'OF SfUDTLE f FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE. .. Gmplititiif. arising. freeS. a morbll Ouac4o'sof Lad, 7oc.wioI other ptJcta. Ukwiuw t ji. .
StuMoek vnthninf best
Uu or Pthtv fU.I.
"- .' r :.. lm..r.1 :i". I i. ......:.., ,.T :1.. .II 'I'.,c1< "__ Dy.ento'y. L'.Ue, : .Jo.5ai4,4-c.. .pndte ; !FortM4e. Putissls;.J. Lrr
v\ after !lt Tawenr' .:;,..L.nrIr. MUIot.N. ;
n. February I860 daily .5RUS ruwla.
i In view of the fILL U>at Yery m of
-. I 'I "-i I'lains'I "iU run fc: t"llow>.: for uu'oL-ml purpnec Spd. IVpp".Lcu:4. 1
!( t. r. i t J 'fHI .t.tttrf.J H.". ;
the human i U more or lej.s subjected to
.. ,' Lave t.inat dna at. .. .?.f-0 P 31Iktl.iuia family Mf QvW P-Vnrifin r..\. PIcii Er Ict tI
F: .
; pc&' 'l c; : 'r .r:' 't in- .
: : : :: '. 'i .. ;...: :.., : I ; at. .453 f some of the above 'ctmipaintS'boiAes L... i. it i a .ressrel a..esetsomnt 01,P"f&.lu
(.cau.I .i ,'ir> \. if !I. : '! Mh -t < t. < f 4 E bef e dit htt.fJ I
VI E. N .urqte .
tl.e Ctb article vi tLe (tYi.uui > t tK .::.t.:1;i i suru ftt.6.30 J 3 [J ,:.. "byiCh( fM1AhM it} a r. e'.fnHIL e1gJr" hope l-tjc.n.to writ Yi.. .krep. IM"r.e .Ut the 'pry vt.lWt.t<

not hereafter be *o ('lIstru..laI to render, ) J u u<.. ". n i.do at.715 : exercise of common sense,therrnay be able '% Lr p.ltr."a

.fdpe Supreme Coort Chancellor or Judge of C1Jhitate. iiar.esvr.le: at.....S. O : : I 10 to regulate their habit lf i4..aad-"ith MILES \AH. _"

ineligible to either of the offices of Justice of Areberal. ...." .... .915Anive .. NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET. .., .. the asstttlulee.of a good,tsui ," *re.permanept' Yards] :-9. 16 IsBLACKSMITHING
the Supreme Court Chancellor or Judge of this State at Drol*oo. ... ;.....961 healtlu' In order to.acc mpl jso this --

Cpnn th! ground that the ame is another and different Leave hironsan r.t..i..3 00 A. M. NEW YORK, : drliroo'ibjef the'trtre course'tor Tae ia, !
ofliep,utaticn or post n .o.lor aud Minium er.tNmifc .. Archei' ... .. 3.30 'cdtAinry that-wlkicIi riU prodae A natural fTMIK t 1I.I l ngnrd hat mnneJ m-otk,

[ General Am tnlly.-Passed the' Senate by ., oainee-jIt.4--i..............'..."..4.30 aa IN > sUUe.of Uuugs oi the leael frvpij of;vital Ain l so m n, and has npered a Stj-p, tit

the cnnatitutiotial majority January H, -). PacoeTl -wa.1ki.t4;......,.........., :.1101)0 WHOLESALE DEALER st'enth, an l life; foe this end Dr. Hoste,ter the M n e buildir.p w lib Jlr.: :..!'.Curl
the Hu"eof Representative by tIe: coc3tituticnal ; has mtrodnccilw tTiis'bountiy'a'prepsnition -' .rfusre 81..*, npp..itf' the f."N'
:: ...;..'. 1u1t.Ir"t\r; all '.
:: St&r..aR\ ':6J'O : .' 'walled HOSTETTER'S' STOMACH (.
larjviity, January:. ISS.J .BaIdiJriJa :t..,......,\.......,:...'l.U ComZ's1 -Pine* Writing Desk, Jewel -.C1TTEUS, wbtcA at this day i U not a new of Black nniihiodespatch. 1riiJ! t. etase4with rw.tt1t '
II refer with ro"'t
Anive can .
at FsTfltodinar.10.46 Work Boxes I?
.AYUr to amend the 7th section f>f the ISth ailicle Brtshe8, Jfeedles. Watcheo, n I medicine but one that has been' tried for. who have patronized Lm'11tfI'.r"*W tWd: M. <.:".

a t of the Constitution "f tbis State. Freight TrVina trill leave }'ematttlioa on MjnJavs.Wednesdays Muttons Porte Monaies, Stat'ioner Musical Tl "art8, Years, giving satisfaction to all who have of isw.nt. J..R"JS in ..
and Fridfty,'ut 4.20 A. M.. jod returning used it. The Bitters operate powerfully nrwn
St.CT.in 1. Be it enade-l by he Senate and IhuM Folios January S. igj" !-I(
lIf Kepreiientatiret of the Slate of Florida ill General leave* Bronson,on 1'ncsdajs Tbnredajs sod Saturdays Threads, Pot Perumer the stomach, bowels and liver. reBtoring --_ -- -
'. AutinUy eonrtned. That the 7th section of the at 3.10 A. M. Wood and Jfilow '<;., < ,c., them to a healthy and yigorous action, and RICHARDSOli'Sza..XSEI

13th article of the ConxtiUtion of this State be *oanended There Train connect with Boats to and from the notion required by the Southern Merchant. thus by the simple proeesl of strengtheningnature
article in
And enable the to triumph over
: as to read all liabilities of such Ranks shall I Charleston dully, and wrth Boats to and from Sa- every system flux LINENS

be payable in specie and lIt aggregate of the liibili varjiah/our titntt a week. --- disease. Diahma-denteryOr settlers ,and 80generaUy" ,
eontracted'byi'eV DAMASKS DIAPERS &c.of .
lies and issue of a Batik (exclusive of deposit)thall Through; Tickets between all the above Stations SPECIALITIES.LAWRENCE'S caused principally by tli*change of water

at no time exceed duubl the aruounj uf its capital and Charleston can be secured t>} the daily Boats, Lwuseis "G Puvacr: EnD: MBit1 :: STEEL P555.TUE PLAMZRS.LELAMRENCEB .(; ,acLswceacx's and diet will be speedily regulated by a COX& t' IERS of obialoing liic-is.eatees.'s tie 1.,ea. an. 'lOOe
stock paid in. and between all the above Stations and Savannah) aOVL'J GOLD gen.ss.eiiZ. -I"'II.i ,
brief of preparation. Dyspepsia
I: PJS "AlaUITJD. use that the articles J.
[Ninth Genera AW'I1Ih1y.-faAAt'd It.e Senate by at reduced rates by the Steamer Augusta which Lawsei-"s. OIIUTAL CLOJL.F.VOalTJ" : LAWBMCE'B .LEAD I'LJCL ALL writs: a disease which Is probably] more prevalentwhen i set the full name ol Lo firm they purctaa. are "':.,,j 1Ir

the e.->ntiluti*>nal majority January 4.1659. Passed leaves Fernanriina flO Wednesday and Saturdays. SI'HIUUiJU OSNABURG SEWING THREAD in balls, small and large and on spool. taken in all its various forms than
the lL u! of Representatives by the ,constitutional and SavaQtub on Mondays and Vedae-days. Also I superio quality of Particular attention to packing. Neat and any other; the cause of which may always i I J. Y. BICHACPeiiX. SONS A OWIiVN.
will alw All goods! warranted equal to sample and as represented. given Iii guarantee of the uijdfMru ..d Jur.il '
tuajjrky January 3O.I8Z.j] Freight be taken by the Steamer Augusta to be attributed to derangements of jhe digestiv i If. cf r.
blanls for memoranda supplied purchaser on
at tw -lhirdj of prcseut.rates. convenient Catalogues, with application. organs can be cored without fail br Good-.

,N ACT ta amend the unnuded Constitution of the Persons desiring! to avail themf elre. of these reduced November 26, 1859. 47-ly using HOSTETTER-S STOMACH ElfTEKo This: caul'M, is rendeied essentially ...nrr i*
State of Florida iu relation to the sessions of the rates, rhould notice particularly the sailing as per directions on tho bottl For large quantities of inferior an.| dffcitiv Linn,.I.Ir' .

General Assembly. I da>". oi the Angucta, and instruct their agents as to EooDSNEW' GOODS. I WOOD, EDDY &COSGEORGIA this disease every physician will recommend prepared reason after teason and lIt-aL'tj w.tj ,,.

SECTIOX I. Be it enacted by the Senate and Ifoxsecf shipping. A. U. COLE, ttupLFeruundma AND DELAWARE Bitters of some kind then why not luiDie .>' R;-&; m by Irish House, u 1 r. rf.?, ,

Keprexentaiivt t.f the f>tale of Horiila in General March 24, 18CO. 13 I use an article known to be infallible t 1 less of tie injury thus inflicted nikr! the \mtnr

Atnetnbttf. coneeneJ That the members of the STATE LJDTTIEBIES Every country have their Bitters as a preventive consumer and the manufacturer of the pnu..1.: '

Hoove of Representative shall be chosen by the TO PLANTERS Myers & Gorman of disease and strengthening of will n..t readily abandon a businea "> p. ..ut
the system in general and among them all "bile parcha'vrs can fee imposed eon with Good
qualified voters and shall serve for the term of two NOW IN STORE A
HAVE Grand there is not to be found a more healthy worthless eiirncff.:
year from and after the (diy <.f the first election and Beautiful Stock I CapitalPrize$100,000
under the amended Constitotion apd no longer ; and NO YANKEE HUMBUG. of Goods to which they would o> people than emanated the Germans based, from whom scientific this J. IULLOCKE i; J. U. I.OCXC.: '\1', ',.

the aee&iooM of the General A* *ii Uy iiafl>b,'aiitfual. respectfully invite attention; consisting of,Viz: The Grand Extraordinary Drawings preparation which has, attended upon to advance re Church St.. Yew \ F)>

and commence on the 8d Monday of..Novemberin Southern Inventions !! G us Fine Gold Hunting Cased Levers; Gents Fine of Wood, Eddy & Co.'s Three Number Lotteries will the experiments destiny of this great preparation in the __8._pt.__ !_-I_. _IE:__?. _19-1 u/_ _

each year. or at such other time a* may lit pre- Silver Levers,Anchors and Lcpincs; Ladies FineGnld I I take place in public, under the Superintendence of medical Male of science. '

,ribed by L\w. .' I Watches; Clocks of all descriptions.Fine Sworn Commissioners, as follows: TilC:: GREAT VICTIM OF THE ACC
/SEO Actjur0ter\ enacted, That tpe jlepre entativea1 Patented June 21if. 1859, by REV. JAMESPKF.LKK Florentine,Mosaic, Cameo,Lava and Coral Sets, |
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Class Fa. 96 Draws Saturday, February 25,1SGO.Clatnjfo. FEVER AND AGUE.This 0Gear's -
Balf' be cbasoa the first Octo- Talluliassce Fla.PEELER'S Brooches Ear Bracelets] Gold G
on Monday HI of ,
ber in each' and every second year from and after the Vest and Rn. Ladies Chnt.1au 156 Jrav IfatnrJi'y, Mareh 3J. 1860. tryini and provoking disease violets bet Its i I Machine for Cutting, Planing-, Hoi!

first election under tL0 amended Constitution, or on Gold Guard Fob and Badge Keys I CltuJll No. 204 Ira Saturday April 28 1860. lelentlra grup on the body of milD reducing him to dia", &c., Irregular Forms in Wood.

ucb other day as may be 'directed by law. I VARIETY STEEL BLADET3EQUIRES Diamond, Opal and Ruby Rings, KKAKLY 1 rEIn TO EVERY t TICKETS.0 k men shadow ia a short tpac
Stc. 3. Be itfurtlter etatctcd, That the Senators I ii1cw Plain Gold Rings, GenU Bosom Pin, Seals, I Vim physically and mentally useless can be defeated rlIE tn.krsign) ha. become IheovDCti-f .

shall be chosen t>y the qualified 1 electors for the term I.keu. Charms Gold Pens and })rnci GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS, and driven from the body by the BM of BOSTETTER'8RKSOWTJED L right to use and sell |I.i"! ViliuD nioiliu. ilj. .
f.f four year at the came time, in the l Mine manner. i -- --- Gold Tooth Picks,Gold and BUT ERS. Further, laY of the stove -
above Florida
Cases Si- To take place as specified. and lie now fitr in-iivuiua! and C. ,
and in the where but Stock for kind disease not be contracted when exposed to r.tt
OfIe of stated
tnn\f places they rote fur ni<-nilx>r any a ver Spectacles. Gold and can I to who
I.rthe Houe of {(' ''ntAtiYH. an<1 uo per on thall I 1 _L\' Blade,ten of which may be put on, fastened, Thimbles. d. t 1 Grand Capital Prize ofSQQQ9Q any ordinary conditions producing them.if the Bitten Rights the Macidiot-s any may desire to purchase. One '
& 1 I 1M"N'n
'mlc he be and taken off in minute. And it neither create can in .prratH *t any time 11i j
be Senator : a whiten ap. a eititeo of | vne -- -- reused u per direction as
the ,
the Upited Sn?*.. and shall ,'e been an inhabitant: Ii I Is adapted to sod subsoil hiltlid<,'\nd general cul- Silver "VVare. I nausea nor offends the palate and rendering onneeesary *- i i shop The of IV.machiuM. Bi is en, at t!.. TaSahaMe 1; P
Depot. iIUI,1" i ia ih em ....
at this State for toO year nut preceding Lis election, tivatioti, and may be turned into a douMe plow il any change of diet or Interruption to usual p_
and the Ltfct year thveof resident of the district or desired, and is so constructed that a seed planter may Plain. and Threaded. Table. Desert. and Table" Spoons Forks I 1 Prize of . ?50,000' ,,1 1 100 Prize; of $1,000 suits bnt promotes sound sleep! and healthy digestion. and adapted surfaces to cut tlan a greater othert"ri..y cf iire ilai! KM _<,

eont y fur which b' II*>all be chosen, and shal'! have be attached to it, the cost of which wit not exceedone and Mustard :! 2 Prizes of. .0,000:1>:| 170 Prize of. 600 the complaint Is thus-removed as speedily is consistent ; any fnven'ed. Iti ipaeity
dollar. SugarSalt Spn's.Sup I 2 Prizes of. 10,000 i 65 Prizes of 100 : u equal to twenty men. and in some Imcs Muoik
Attained tbe rtwl /v'e with the production of a thorough and permanent -
age O4CfeI,jenrg.i That the classificalt Every part is detachable and adjustable to itself.: Ladles. Pie Knives, Fish Knives.Cake 2 Prizes of. 6,000 i II! 65 Prizes of 75 I much 0101''. It oecupie but mall -PIt > C. 4. Be further TIle stock which be mad of Ile Cream Knives, Butter Knives Napkin Rings, 2 Prizes of. 5.000 [I 65 Prizes of 60 cure.For from three t.1 four feel square i.t sufficient-anij r.
tiJllt region
Q cf Senator mtije at Ute of the Gene- may common pineplaiiV. Children's Knives aud Forks, Cups, Silver Suuff i I Persons in advanced but little drive
years it. .
rat Aakefenblr. held ia the : hall eootinceuoch:1n"e.1 is BO simply constructed, and there being no 2 Prizes of. 4,000 ,,1 65 Prizes of 60 quire power to Every kino '
yo.iiS1t. weld in the iron part, that the whole be I II Boxes, Card Cases and Port Monaies.PLATED i 2 Prizes of. 3,000 i''i, 4,810 Prizes of 40 Who are suffering from an enfeebled constitution and neat AIM difficult work in IIuus builotin;. Oalim
whom plow
half( tienrly as
bait be ch'ffn oue forever btr l\ner kj '--iennially po IIILI.1 I readily put up by the cotunoncst Smith after once I WARE. I 2 Prizes of. 2,000 |J27.040 Prizes of 20 InQnn body,these Bitten arc invaluable as a reatora Furniture. Carriage, Wagon and 'Buijpy Suit fir:
and vi. and needs only to b. tried itc ."., can be turned out by it with
obtaiuir.g a correct ---- -- ---- -- --- -- tire of strength or utur.l5hil'tneatuelili
term of four y an>: l'ru/'icLJ./w/l'trt-o'. .md it hereby Funi.rrs pattern.fit their Tea Stt 0 German Silver, Beautiful Pat 32.396 Priz-s amounting to . .. .I.J 86.786 to t* appreciated. And to a mother while nnmeg, and despatch.
'lass of may even present supply of plate' I
declared,that the term cf eflicc of that i I Castors Waiters. Pitchers JCRE
where th.iiiober's RICHAW;.
ttrns these BitUrs are Indispensable especially
onexpir. nt the first election under tL e amended wrought iron, turning plows, scooters and sweeps Cake Basket, Butter Dishes,Card WHOLE TICKETS f 20 ; HALVES $10: QUARTZES $5 ; to the demands July 111. 1859. 59-ly
Bllkeh Doorishmcct Is
Constitution shall extend to and expire on the first j for this stock.PEELER'S Fruit Stands Sugar Baskets. I j. EIGHTHS $2.50. biadequate __ _nn__ __ _.____ _
must idd.
o of the cliild.consequenUjr strength
Monday in October ei;Lteep hundred anll su vtwo.'I sticks, Goblets, Cups, Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow ITotice.
'I I .e .c and here it ia where a good tonic such as Hostetter'sStomach
SEC. 5. lie it flU tk.r esieeej, That tbe DISTRBUTOR,, rates, which is the risk :

tion fir "bseIJl1.Ij'wt'n) under tin Constitution si. 1 J j ADA PTED to the sowin?and distributing of any Cutlery. I Certificate of Package of 26 Whole Tickets (299.00 and vigor Bitlrrs to the system.needed to Ladies impart should temporary by alt atrengtu means I SIX months! after tie first publication; r.f ,i\\ ;9 no-

take paoe! 00 the lust Mun.lay in October eighteen ] of manure and fertilizers whether fine or Ropers and Wostenholm's Celebrated Pocket 26 Half 149.50 ., tl.\ undersurneJ.aduJnstrar: outs" .rati:
for all of and before '
this cases debility
hundred and sixty! and the first eeseion of t'e Gene Coame. either in broadcast in drill. try remedy of Elizabeth deceased late of Lrun
| or Any cart or Campbell c<
and Scissors Shears
Table Knives
Desert 26 74.75
lery, Qunrtt'r" doing aii your physician mho, it he 1s acquainted I'
tat Atsemblj under this amended Constitutro. ball | v'agoon on plantation may be readily fixed for this I CU'.I I. M 26 37.37 ty will present his final account ami voucl., toils
EigLtb" m ith the virtues of the Bitten will recommend their
commence on the third Monday in November i& the jyear j pniTOse at a trifling cost I MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.Guitars lIon. Judge of Probate of Leon count '".la'k to WtlijcUrged.
-- -- use Irf all cases of weakness.CAITIO.
eighteen hundred and sixty I .
SEC 6. /?, .itfurtlift exacted, 4H1 That the sessions o' \,. TIp undersigned is now the owner of the State Molina, flutes, Flageolets.. Accordeons, Flutinas [ THE ORDINARY DRAWING \.-We caution the public against Dec 1.. I 55!. 5o-Cui WILLIAM 1EKKIXS.Aim

the Ot'ncralA6ClIltJly shall not extend over thirty Rizht of orida. for these intentions. The County I Banjos nnd Tambourines. | ol Wood, Eddy t Co.'s Single Namber Lotteries using any of the many imitation or coon -- -- ---_ -

days in duration unless a cotiotitutiotial m-j.>rity of J .Ki'hts for k'ie following counties have: not yet been I -ALSO- I will take place in public. as follows: terfciifi but ask UobTETTLB's CZLEBBATKDSTOMACU Notice.
Fine Shot Pouches Powder Flasks Gun I
0 the members shall deem it t'xpt'Cli..nt.'O meinWr i 801.'IZ: Guns I Class 69 Draws on Saturday, April 21. I860. BITTLKS, and see that each bottle
haU receive pay from the Bute for bis set vice after } It imilton IVlumbia Madison, Taylor. Laf.iyctte Wads and Capo.Als I! Class 70 Draws on Saturnay April 28, I860- Ima the words Dr. J. HosUttcr's Stomach month after date. the undersigned wi Hl ire
I >, Table and Hall Lamps, Lamp andChimneys I- the side of the bottle and SIX
KitUri" blown
the txpirafkm of tliiity Jaj continuously from'te < Leon. Gadsden. Liberty! Franklin. Calhoun. Jackson mobe I'I NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERT NINE TICKEkTt.ODI.I on his final accounts antlYulelle1 the Jot I t
Bronzed China Vases, Pa- the metallic the
commencement of the .el'!lur! \Vfls.bington, i.'olmte, Walton, Santa Rosa end Candlestick. --.- ctamptd on cap covering of Probate of Leon county as bdniinistratrr ioU (If
i nan M.uble and China Jewel that
SEC. 7. Be it farther't1tt d. That the act entitled Escamhia. Cota Figures. I i DRA'W'ING- cork and observe our autograph signa estate of Adam Gramlinj, deceased l, late rf i.ij

: &0 act to amend the Constitution <>f this, Stats so n. ; The County. Rights for the above named counties Buses Segar Stands Card Stauds, Cups Mugs, &'. To take place as above specified. lure is on the label. I ItT county and ask to be discharged therefrom.A. .

to make the sessions tlf the General Assembly bienJ J of this State w;"th the Cc'inly Rights for tbe conn- Also, Papier Macbe Writing Desks and Work : Prepared and sold! by HOSTETTEE & I P. GRAilLLXG. Adm

Coin iuitcad of DOtmlo! be and the same ic hereby I> tie* of Decatur, .Mfller! atd Early, of the State of Boxes, Backgammon Boards, Chess 1t"0. D"minof'l. .I: I GRAND PRIZE OF. . .$50OCCl SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold bj aU | Jan. 'i, ISCO. :-6mNotice..
iloro-co Leather Satchels Mats Japanned [
abrogated: end armulieH *o faM the came is incoufittent I Georgia, are now oi7rrd for sale, and may be bad I Bags, Ac 1 Prize of. .}20,00o ; 1 Prizes of .J15CO Drogglsts! grocers, and dealers: generally | ------- -

with the proviiion of thin a terms as to five I Waiters I" .1O.000t t 50 5CO
] oiled States Canada
thron boat the South
Also Razors Hair Brushes
j .
Strops ,Shaving
[I' stel lie J1ou"e of Representatives by the I the puicbasrr a chance to realize IDOl II than ten times 1" . 5,000 | 100 .. 400

C., it.uliond majority Jamniy 15, ISiJ. Parsed the money for which they A'W1 be )boug.M-; Brushes, Tooth Brushes. Ac. I'i 1" 4,000 I 100 ... :oo America sod Germany. j SIX; months( after d te, tile undersigned wit! rrt-
fine Head and
Also assortment of Nets Hair
I I IPins.
the Senate Ly the Constitutional majoritv} Jjuiuarv I I Person in any of these Bounties wishing planta- a Call and at 1" 3,000 t,,100 .. 150 SCOVIL&MEAD j bin final account and vouchers to the J' for

U, 16i?.] ti.n1 rights can obtiin them by applyinff] to i'le at this KJ see MYERS, A GORMAN'S. I, 100 ... ICO NEW imi.EArss, LA., i Probate of Leen cimrty, nod apply (!>r a final '.i*

I! place or my A;cnt for the count)' in vhich th.'V live h __ I Wholesale Affent. f charge from the adrniristratioo OD the State<>f Vf it

OTWK ftr THE SiccriAiiv; STATE, ) lly uriform I.i ice for the individual right to li-'ikc Nathaniel Hamlen I dpprofiinatlott Prize Sold by E. BARNAHD, Jr., 71. NASH & liaui G rime., d..c&ateJ. late nf saideonnty.LEVI .

Tu'Uiaswe, Iarch! lath. IbGO. f j II ail-line fhe Plow i ia $2 per horse, for the JIat n.*iI 1 4 Prizes of$-100 appro'g. to 150,000 prize aref 1,600 CO., and JltS & L.IVEL1., T..Uaha..ee, i : GRIMES Adm'r

1 hereby Ctrl i fy the foreg oin act entitled All D3.trbulor f 5 euch. COMMISSION MERCHANT -I a 800" 20,000 1,200 Florida. Jan. 21, JS O. 4'lnsInsolventEstateNotice.

Act to amend the 8th section of the fit b article vf the The COt of the mat..riaJlnd making of the stock I -I : O" 10,000 1,000 Aprils, 1859. l&lyNOTICE i j '
.No. 38 St. New Orleans. I
ConHitution of the State flf Florida," An Art to j ready for plowing with any kind of a blade, i*aliout Povdrns 4 .a 225" 5.000" 900 .

amend the 7th seethes of theISth article of the On- $:. Thin includes both wood and iron work conijdcte. -0- 4 200" 4,000" 600 TO ALL !

t-titutiou (.f this Stale" "\u Act to amend the j The cost of the blades is on ing to their weightand RtTER( TO- i iEXOL 4 .4 150" 3,000" 600 I STATE OF FLORIDA, )

amended CooUitution of the State of Florida in relation I what the Smith charges for making them which <.Jam s E Brme, Tahlabassee 4 N too" I. OO. 400 -0-- Wakulla County. J f

to the sections of the General) Assembly" to I i in generally less than is(barged for miking any other Gen. It l.Shine } lIe I 5,000 prizes of 20 are. .. ... . .100,000 returning his thanls for the very liberal patron RM.: SPEXUER, administrator of the estate! of

1>< tine and correct copies of the original acts on file j kind of a plow blade being without weld, exceedingly A. Nof' q. l -- IN age heretofore bestowed upon him, the undersigned Pelt late of Waknlla county, deceased -

ia this lffi ,
,T Witness mv
VILLKI'IGUK scooter nod cvreep. will cost in our shop here about Gen Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, Fla. j WHOLE: TICKETS $10; HALVES $5 ; QCARTEKS $25o estate of said William Pelt to be insolvent therefore.

Secit-taix flf Stale. I f... The stocks without the iron work can be fur. J. G Putnam Etq.. Madison Fla.Augustus ; I BUSINESS notice M hereby given to all person bavioirehtiiri

Jjp Tlje JAlbOlJ\'m! Standard Tampa IVniinu- .I nit-lieJ at 20 cent each. Steele, Esq., Cedar Keys. Fla. Certificates of Packages io the Ordinary Drawingswill In all its various branches --c ---_ against said estate to appear and file the same with

Jar and MariaiHin I'ahiol111 publish lur six inootlis j I Ijinj Every where this plow has been introduced it has: Daniel Bell, Hampton county, Fla. be sold at the following rates, which is the risk: at the OLD _7"-: : the Judge vf Probate of said county on or before the
Certifies of of 10 Whole Tickets. ,
& I Package ?80 1st of I860 when them will be a rata distribution

forward account to the Executive Department. been considered. Ed. l a posite the I July pro
a gf
Tho'casville, Ceo. 10 Half .. 40 "
March 24, RA. '_ 13-6m_____ i I The Most Economical, Cl'InTrirl and EJfi.cirnt Ed. Seixus. Esq., J r Quarter 20 and hopes by ; f'=- '> t of said estate among the creditors of uij
Geo.Nov. boo to his estate.
STILL AHEAD Cultivator Ever Inrtnfed! Jack J. Marsh Esq.Duncanri.'e, I : U .in- _'F.i"J.h". .- . 1-ft v at j H. L. HENDERSON Judge of Probst.
merit coutiauance of P ,
1858. 47 i a
20. _
DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD'SNEW I A great many of the most reIabl and intelligent In ordering'r1 Certificates, enclose the I share of the public pat. sronage. Dec.3I,1859. 63-6m '

I planters: of Middle Florida given certificates of amount of money to our address, for what you wish -
its efficiency and are of opinion that us soon as its WLIA SLUS.SE the in which wish it --
SKIRT to purchase; name Lottery yon He would also inform -,--- Notice.T .
I' merits become generally known, it will be the
Only invested and whether you wish Wholes, Halves or the public that Leha

Tilt Plow used, bmg not only the most convenient, but SJEET Quarters on receipt of which, we send what ia or- fitted up a room at his shop for taking.UO'1'OGB&I'BSI HE undersigned having qualified a* Executor
cheapest p'Cw have ever seen. MAMJFACTBHEH OF COPPER.TIN AND dered, by first mail, together with the scheme. under the last Will and testament of Miss E.M.Uonsconn !.

THE BELLE OF THE SOUTH, This Plow has taken the first premium in all the IRoN WARE, WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL 1 Immediately after the drawing, a rioted Draw- deceased, late of Leon county,hereby

The most perfect and beautiful skirt ever produced ; State Fairs it has been entered; and two premiumswere DEALER 1:PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNEDWA ing. Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent gives notice to all persons having claim or demand
Pictures taken from small size cabinet
MADE WITHOUT CLASPS I'ardt to it at the South Carolina Slate Fair with an Explanation. a up to a of whatsoever nature against lie estate of said .!t
and life size. DAGVEKacoTrris and
. last ; I do not want planters to buy rigfhs: copied enlarged ceased to them properly authenticated
Fal Purchasers will write their present
please signature
and warranted uot t out of order. W
< get Stove Head-Quarters. to life size, either on or canvass ready for
upon e rtomm"tIJdiol alone I want them to and give their Post Office, County and State. paper within the time prescribed by law or they will be
ax the have the made them SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor ,*. plain painting. \ ). KUHHS. indebted to
buy right- plows -given a A All mmonications strictly confidential barred ; all persona are requested
C 8. 11. 15. 20. 25 30. 35. 40 & 50 HOOPS. I fair trial und if after/ properly making and using and Wood Stoves,trimmed with neattfeesf tr A U prizes of 11,000 and under, paid i me jCall: and examine specimens. _T-Q make payment immediately.

i them they do not find them as advertised, I herein and durability, a reduced prices. tS& diately after tbe drawing-other prizes at theual Jan. 14, 1860. 3-tf EDWARD HOUSTOUN,

EVERY LADY pledge n.1 to return them their money. This I Out Door Work. I time of thirty days. Feb. S5 60. 9-8w Qualified Ex
t. IS KKQVESTKI TO EIAMIKK ThEM BEKOUE, TURCiLVylNU think u as &they could nsk AGENTS WANTED.A. Roofing,Ornamental Front t Heads,Guttering, 3f: Wood, Eddy t Co.. Lotteries are drawn at Salt and Potatoes.
Cop I
V OTHUK MAKU. J. TEELEU, Tallahassee, Fla. Notice.
and Tin Conducting Thpe.Sheet Lad, Augusta Georgia, Wilmington, Delaware.Addreaa
. WHOLESALE DEALSE3 Sl'PPLILD BY I hive a Shop in this place exclusively engagedin Zinc, Lead Patent Cistern Pumps Shop work Orders for Tickets or Certificates to SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT; BOO
ranking and repairing these p'cws.: Those pur. Pips notice. 2 000 Sacks Turk's Island 60 bbls. Mercer perso laving claims or demand cf 11 hit-
DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD of done at abort EDDY ALL
be furnished every WOOD, it CO. Augusta,Georgia.or the estate of the lats
clming plantation rights can with plowsat and Pink Eye Potatoes, just landing and for sale character against

51, 53 & 55 WHITE STREET 18 cents per pouud.iron work, 24-cents per |pound, City and Country Merchants WOOD, EDDY CO., Atlanta, Georgia.or by BEARD
NEW VORK. steel woik-which is less per pound than other Are respectfully iUTite to give me. a call befoie per WOOD, EDDY A CO. Wilmington, DeLW 10,1859.13 them, properly authenticated to-the undeni ifmei

i,, March 10 18CO. 11-lm plows can be made for in this market. ) chasing ( ; Circulars containing Schemes for the month within two years from this date or they will be
.. -. -- -- ---. -- -- Ft'4, 860. 7-to Juoe 80. t 37" N.B. All articles manufactued from the very will be sent, free of expense by addressing as above. P. B. DHOKA W'S. barred ; and all those indebted will make jxtjoent
Circuit Court. In best material and wrrantt.1 durable. No other art immediately.: L. C. BRYA;, Acting Exfr.

I Mary\VaMla 11 Lawrence, ) Eqnify. GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION]I Io ewill October be offered 20. 1855 sae. 42 FULTON FOUNDRY, !! iiY iHD SHE STABLES March 1 0, 1 8 60. 11-S_

.' r. }V Dill for Divorce. -
Franeii l Lawrence, J i .

'PT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by RONEY & LLOYD'SPATET -0- THE Proprietor would in- win
& the undersigned pn-
month. after date
Jl13NNO his and the.
CARDY Proprietor.0 .
JL amJavit fiUJ that the defendant in this Bill re- f NO and vouchers to the Jofld
SOL"ER that be has rebuilt his_ his final account
vf the StaU of Florida It is ordered thata public, dil'
eiJs out : Q ; tins!
and for a
:E'I1cw.Patented III ENGINES Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is bow of Probate of Leon county, apply
hearing be had upon the fact charged in lid Bill I MTEAM fiom 0 to 35 horse power arge admininistration on the &:'. "
I t O of the best material and work. prepared to accommodate bis friends and customers charge from the
lfoie the Judge cf the Middle Circuit of the State -- $ FACTORSOrnrral built to order laU of said county.
of Flurida on U e first :llomlay of July next. It is Dec 27th, 1859. I mautbip, and as cheap as can be purchased in New lie also ha attached to bin Stables a good Black. Mary Townsend, deceased LTMAN SMITH Adujr.
, -- -- ----- smith Shop,where be will have have done all kinds
further ordered, that a copy of this order be published AND York or any Northern city and laid down 1 in Florida.
in the }ndiau and Journal,once a week, for the "VTTE call the attention of the public to our new Castings for Saw.Mill.. Ori.t MiU.) Gin Owing
t' pace of three months. \V PLOW feeing satisfied that it is the most ( (ammissianflkrcnRts, &0., constantly band. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 the very beat manner and with promptness and diapitch. .

", Passed at Chambers this ?9lh day of March A. D. convenient, valuable and economical) plow yet invented inches in diameter always on band,or made to order. Notice.SIX .

1 U60. J. W.\YLF..s BAKER Judge. and must, when it has been tried supercede all NORTH COMMERCIAL 1DRF. Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing for graveyards November 5. 1853. 44 months from the first publication of tbi B
others. This is the of
r ioliich3lIS6O. 11-Sra opinion experienced planterswho a F. &4.Jobbing. admn1.trato Clf the**":
i the undersigned
have examined it We are are prepre to sellpatent W. )IANCKE, I I work of all descriptions executed with Carriages, Buggies, and Harness of John Parkhill. deceased, laU of Leon eowrfj.vii I
J -U--s. Marshal's Sale. that those*, wishing special secure them soon. The public plowcan M.: TUX m. f Charleston, S. C neatness and despatch. All orders addressed to For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. present his final account to the Judge of Ptulat."

may W. J John Cardy, Tallahassee, }Florida will be promptly Leon ask to be discharged.
of a writ of fi. fa. Issued (ro'u. the be teen at Lloyd, and we "i leave patterns E KO'E attended to. THE Subrcriber just received countlaod PARKHILL MaI'r.
S. M.
BY''lrtue >
O. of lhe United ,States District distributed at different places Y" soon. large supply of Carriages,

Court for the Northern District of'PlciriOy Tslla- RONEY & LLOYD. IN the ab of one of our fr Messrs. D. C. 0:7 Terms Cash. j QSpecial Baggies, and Harness,which he offers : ,._18, I 86(._8-&m____ ___-

l.n we Dirleion, wtieeinflisrhcsL Martin ii plain.till JaaH.1860( 3-tf of Tallahassee, will representus -0- for sale on the most reasonable terms.
and James ). Hu"linlt defendant, have levied '-- receive and advance upon all Cotton designed for Notice. November IS.ISH. 46 Blacksmith Notice.
spots nod will expose for siile, in front of the Court purchased the interest Joseph Cardy
Jlouxe door in the of Tallahassee, the first Charleston S. C. HAVING:
well all
,. -4 rrCSACKS and BOO Turks Is. Foundry, as as accounts -
Monday in Mar next, within 1.jZftlll\lIl", the Interest J.U U U land, for Lvrl _Jan.28,1860. 6 J3 copy. due the concern, the business will hereafter be conducted ,

; of the defendant in the following described ORJIOND. MEDICAL. NOTICE. by me. Those indebted will please come

II. property to wit: LotsNol ((18)) ishtee and nineuoii New Port. Oct 8. McNAUGIT. d o forward and settle their
(1 9), in 1 the old plan of the Cit V ofTallnhanee.I accounts.JOHN CARDY.

;t .,ied upon as the property oteshl<$ mdant, and Notice.STX Dr. Stuart WhiteHAS January- 'l. 1860. -IJHOGUE.
b. sold Mid l I.tr. _
10 to sat'ufy writ according to
h located near Station 1, on the Pen. A Geo.
1-: E. BLACKBURN S. Marshal WEEKS after the pnblication tt this
r ; by frt d and -offers hia professional service & AMATTER ,
JOHN If. HlIODBi Manual I tice the ti the ,
f Deputy undersigned 11 apply Jndgeof
to the citizens of the surrounding country. He can '
:. March Ill. 1860. 14-M. Probate of Leon county for.letUrt" amliara.tion ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS OUR LEE BUSINESS IS ALL l J1'i
o be found at the residence of Mr.J. J. Chaires, about T.- J. mIlE!E BLACKSMITH 11.
on tbe Estate of Alfred Bryant, dec.-ea.d, retc'1*, al:
one mile from the Station. JL branches will be earned on u
Tax Sale. JOHN UTOULDreturn hi* grateful acknowledgement retso-'
of county. McINTOSH. A..T xaw who
lid A by the IJUderaigD
Nor2s 47 STAND
; ; V OLD
T to the eitizena Southern Georgia, and Middle
. TX pursuance of aa ordinance of the City of Talla 0 lafgOTv. 6a..March 10,1680. 1J- w TTAVE formed a eo-partnertblp in the practice of and East Florida for the liberal ttank fey ind5so1is's eootlaaatfoa of the pe5bCei4
.L }Iasset, I will sell for cot-It in front of tbe Court Gulf City & Interior Rail--JLL Law, and will attend to any.professional bus! received from them.during the very past five br six yesrs. &. hertoftze 10 liberall1 u&
j' Route door in the City of Tallaba", Leon County ness entrusted to their'cared He"Will continue th* practice of the' above rofes: .JulJ.1SU. ao i:.C.

. on the ?th day of May next, for taxes due said Rq3c9I1y.! D.:P.HOGUE.......A: PERRY AMAKER. ion in those aeetiocs of ooontry, and Las made'AlICia
'i for the IBM and 1859, the following 1. 1858. '18 BM0MMITHIHG !
city years May ,
. Loti.or to much thereof *, will be sufficient to pay i A L.pra who have not already given in a. Iii II. .t'j. :-r'I.'; -. .-:1,1: -. _. _.iiiI" __ arrangement. North aa with to enable noaouCaqtorers him to pat of cp Detttal rctt 'Mtt Mai rial 9,( .

. said taxes, to-wit: Lots No 2& 6, Northweet addition \ taxable "property are hereby notified FOE SALE.A .TB&8UDSCnp.ri'Htieethat..M
teeth in of ths popular modes, at from ftfty'tooNe i
y- any :
1 ; half of No. 15 t IB north half county qr.; i that they must do'io at one*,under the penalty NOTIcE ia hereby i wits i : l'V
dollar lea than
hundred M
littBaipe.L AND LOT TOGETHER WITH 'usual1y charged
of double tax which the law in snob e- tbe-GsiI 1 A II BLACKSMjrH S 01' ag'lm
Xo*. 271 & 272, north addition ; SOIL 86, 57 Tl Tax Assessor it (U 'will txr opened m 'J'alIib'aUeie\t thftSlore jT\-h tbe oBt-bofldingt. winch the same in the South; (he means>bat h* ayQ sad. &.. ... .,"
Jort.hadditlon: No. 51 south half County qr. ; Nos, res| them ta be .
1" 40 & 42, northwest addition; No. 1], south half I' cult. impossible for him to call en eack 1 by Ji R. A. Sbloejr on Saturday, the 21st'January, pleasantly aitnatod on.th* guarantee b' aa, pcaaau, aukBTina.' "and ban dooe all kis4'V

County qr.; No. 33. north addition: No. 64,'Old theird ell many seem t think he should do ;O the 1860. and at the Store of Dan'l Ladd, in Nt"port.ror and Dear the Depot within a-'fflY.A; j 1 uancznu.In nedof* can his pot up North'or bV South.' II ,bus.v, .; .. ...LSQfiIrD .
Those *vywe'ean droiignot.
, walk of tbe Capitol It
Plan] ; Nos. 68 & 65Northtreet addition; No*. 257.; contrary, M clearly duty of every person to subscription ta" tJ'P.apital&ock of Mid Com menta him'at either Upal>ocUor Madison l5-SBQEUfO .m the fff1 Lest-Ok

r' 758. tOt A 260, north addition ; half uf :'. 22, comeand read in-their list t the Assessor,wh pany. l' J oo an eOSh1efltWELL of. good to FhQ aesveTy. endeavor to t.IJ' .
half 26, No. 61 1orth. can be Drug Store-of. The bo.ka willjbi opened under the snpervision of Fiult'*f reee &&,wbkbake lIvery convenient and ban tho work don8.aad tim to tea U bf' M, and Ie Ivil 5tstoicer'
iutli lialf '.
county qr; rf0. Ie any tlCat"th R d.patcb,
! it W,
wiab'tor hia. for .
that inft '
to a pleasant JWIC.
r west addition. Ind tot No. I'. noM addition.JOfl.T Gregory t Co. C. DEMILLY.- the following Commissioner*: G.n. A. Shine, Joseph desirable one mal P.lI
The given if d .d.Dl '
and Daniel L.dd tion.
Tax Assessor Leon Chaires Eq.
: If. ImOD} City Marshal fo .enontl embeTS, 185$. 8: r Jannarr I. 1859. I
# V.:.11./t, ..)I. IS6 31-till sale dnv March; 1 17 '60 1:-till Irt June [SepLcopy. Jan. le, 1560. 3 I Tallahassee. Feb. 18, 60. 8