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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 21, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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I pUBliSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. OFFICE OTEa ft. u. BERRY'S AUCTION ROOM. J TERMS-TWO DOLLARS IN ADV lSCE.


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LJCALIZ S I S : l OCIIt..A.TIOL-; j'I li runs AVE:: ,>f en Art entitle I An A:.: :. --- --orE --

,;-rf. I'1ITS; ; eo' S :: ". C. II'i. I O'u..ed .It" ::1itla: &.. I'tstrd i.itt s .f U.:. :LttapauteJ I Srr! !licff Sihor, FiLe Plattd. V.'arc, i \ \ a," now receiving Our u,uil STOCK .f
o : -/\ : Ion>bi r .12, II.'.'j.' at II llI etiL:; ".I ti." W SPUING AXI) SUMMER UC!)D- vbicliue

11' : t"A'-- V. "I'A, OVERNOn. I 0.1.1 of C"uIII) C..m'lIi"'I'" .'!-; t.r I.eaa e40'y.hiLI ;T r ::r: J..i!!' :li t : GJI.J' ;r:, H. .Tt'l era stUlny trryn, cunMi'y in par?. .

\;. :: t'NES!( OILS J I \ V-_ Mutch 12th. le,;. it wh niir>vi tint L..IITh \LLAIIJIxsLC. JTi.or..i j!. nit folIos :
\ "-'= L> Y v rtne t.r t'te pmv'-.ei: : )* I.f pt n.f Of fl* C.-o1 I
t tq .H> CAl: A. '.'. t-f orJIJty be tic] i :. I.rlt.y tli'i !.I illt") t.blt Llw1leteritollI ; ; bar ::io J .<; o't NOTl )' 0-\T3 Crnlm
::"I'1: : : rrm th ir r.or-ds: *id the public. \I r f M h'n1--ti--'i| An act LI1ILI ls"I1 "it I yrirt'trfir r Wvrkjrvtn gn' .

\ t' .y. '. .. .. <'ti b.\ I a ntl aitmei.t <>f ucif "f2. .. U.- I" !It"' MiUin tin- iil'i u all'I rVr.l i-iw -.( VI.l.State"i 1st Beat *i:."I cir tu :.l :nf lii hl Ji..t!,v I r \i..rdt 1Pts'; 1' j PRI-5 CIOf: 1f.\J n\\\I t.

r .re.h"n1y! ':ept in t',,.ii; liueof bjiinePhi .! Y I a -. ". 'rorM"t; I'.r: : 11.\1)-0 S.IEflRV. i Full Urit'bu nil tint .. of DRY JOfiDS. CROCKERY.
.r; 1 .' ti'n.\l'\ ijirktoLraot.g j I li.ec --A--F.:
I : ro' H..m..r \ \ ,,4o sr.trn I HAYWARD
'edvitri1r.qfresh
'I i: i supplies Theii < of bin commenc'ii tlif f'.1 I'MPure'uifc '
jutyVest a r.t ) HATS AXD SADDLF.UY.SlIOl'S. .
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r < line; 0,1 the ()It'otkonec! rii'l'r. ami f I'lo.vit5 111.\\1\ :uttlsa.-il lT. IIAYWARli k SONS
I for a5J th" \i-ioo.. ; r.on'D- GROCERIES.
lkilfll.I Refjhritn! and C i
1'ilH.'t'Iril: 1; 1St3- 14. "naT Ka:i J.no: t' Oat I L.t ;I" I'trsl!: Ilte' t.u f.:lkiun,? JL.L reil;Jililu -- -- -- -- - ---- IT.1LLAHASSEE1 FLAJY 1 l'.l"Y"sZ F..r of tb Mii.Ua <>j II." .Slate, a* i>tloxr! : I *ji.I F'tki Ima: !" Itt; :% hoe 1. \\ ,tiei.<:e S.mtt ,nb I Icej isig u general Mjtuiert i fPLANTATION I D E U GS.. & o & 0..
General; of tL
t'.f' Lijr I&t..t IInw''t14.r .1.
R. U. BERRY, : .V RE now rcci-ivi:'? .a Inr1(1 frei 1j supply of I! Ftnt, of F rftJ.. *.... ",*J J -.f tiiit tf tlc :U. I #.i! !Rjiiire- line t'. tlicW; uLi: line. T.. !H- .., I' ;
!.uLiaer and Commission I' every- Variety (., tides kept bv Dru.gi.t .i, Wet ottli.! Un'r.H' Liv--. part e I I the 1'"rLrr.I'f'1I\1.: :t. I'lucc of I.ol ''ii,(j iliiiliieleti : Marl :7. l "Co;. 1

j IL.-: .' TEl I'll rS'f.'J.1X.q. i For one M! j'ir! Oen.'rul of tli ?eo-< "rd Pivi! i<', of MIIIH- Fort Iriikn. I AIIJ --pic 't.ii.Trips!
I The 2cd Bsat ,'il: i i"t f tI.. -'u-l
r.l E R C n ANT.r co-i Ju.ti.cR ,
and mil *. t1.e tit of ;"H.I] ,. G-rOCCI.-ics
thctt. finJ
alwavs lit tl.i hta !;Vl'iner.t a I t i, cuuipoF- f lujt rart *f IIK.Ffrcre .l :1t..ho! ... J ; .\1II'rln: .
\0 HIA4-U..:. FLx Sept 29. !;.',?.. CJV full upply of every iLing Ib-ek4! l ill our .. t'nl on : (ate 1:1t: 4 tL.i Srxato'*, n1HI' auJ 1hlwo a- I cr 'p: : 1'.i.,1' J. X. W1.i..I !!l.llll'tc.IJ 'I" low us mao fj- .ill'y! l r.-'r.J f..a..
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1. E. Ill 1. R.: \Vei-tait.1 all!: ,f i
T"'I"I.rp f'
n. liberal terms nil they can be bad j in aijy Soujim Ella? I'l'l 't1 r"r1t.! I rd in tl.,- ii'.nV.t. rnd criUtiiily :i* low as any olhirstaMibinent

:.1J. H. MeUtmLl) Li&s.: II art?t, OrJ.r by iluil or otlierwne pi''inp'ly!! tttenJed rii'ailicr tlincnilrf tfte rir-t Uij"V; I &1. N.1-'res K ?'. I'c V; .th nitbmtrie tst! lire. coniity 1.. \i tf c.ille-j I.:>. tbe 11,1|Talljbai E.i;tf 1 in this eity.TLBUH J rf

to and fIkd! with the ean.o cwrrictH-U as if : rr'r.ol'( bf tl.e! Mllilix; .>f t lie C'inntie'tI..f Ccinir 1.1. : CASH on viiti CALISI roa. Cull and _

J Hitrtisiag: & (Sommissioa Jlcusr, prr5.nal1v purchased by Cu.4.nt"r.. T. Clt t::JprKTipt : :,.: r. .-aS 'tVaton, hmru".' \, .,-(... J.."'D. I'.I Tla-at ree: lioat.... Piu'je; of l1la. :: ; Mi.U.i! d.-tiollt-] II.ic.them bef..re purchasing: cincul.rrr. i of taking pleasure trips on

time bur frel cxifldont I r.oui rn'l, Culitou". I M..rcli 3. IhCti. Jt I) S, .U'Ml PER:50e"ir0I14
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No. 102 NASSAU STZEET entiit Fur .. 1.li:1ij! I! Ihs SrJ Ecit i1:' (. ,\i:-t "f the 3rd Jiistii or ._ _._ i ieorgia Itailroad, will bto curne -
can dee them : sutLirftiurj. Our oTOCK eon <>!: < r Gcnen.l; ( f tl e Se'.nnjer1loeI Rn's K\ -- -- -- ---- --- -- ,
KEY/: YORK. | CeUievilie Pi-tiic-. enilriwi.; Totin-bip :. X. I R 2. I from Tulijlin-ice Dt'pot to Station 3 suit l
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ff the M'lrtii! of the Cmintif I
,- 11PIt j tC4e.i. I Ij,t. esrcpt Fe.-tu .. 1. I:. 11. 24. 2i aid :;c. n;; IT. : Just ReceivedI back lorne (:m.. Tlii- provides for taking the 4
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.-.' will U received AS above, fur pel*' I Oror Dve StuSMedicine I 1 it--ty. Lt.a'u!!::. J.-r... Tn I..r.a'! 100 I X I IL E:, Sectrfnw I o'coci! : : tiain rn.l thesame .
A'>*r; ::' \' .. trid lUwi t. i vn-lkij> 3. 2. except 12, I.. :1.m.1 : .Yl-Jr; ORLLA.XS STJJLMIK I evening rrturrL'ng eveninj
;. .,:. ,: ,:i ii i i. paper.A. I > : -.LCi.C1. u 25 1 '.<>. To:be cul!>.d the Cen're\! IX-at PL.cec.1 I : : on the Easfem trti't Mh.ch: arrives fit Sutton 3 .l
einical*. I utv.rerfumer" Fur tu rrigi'nr! Cf.ral tiC the Tl.ird ; :
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2"' lv-rO 81 nligle boid'.rj Mitit!! c'ecte.ttC.ntr.ie.The ;: ; : sam ; I :e.nt 3, and at Taii.ib.ie! nt j pact 7.
___ __ __ __ nuiiintr; Fi.1,* I e":1l'! e-i of the M'i!i i j i.t ..f tlie C..tiof Lafai 04'f' I BACO ,
4th Beat will m priee tieI'll Justice or \. '! Jijii.3, W. L. VLVbO.V, Ass'tSrpt.Mach .
). I. rtl'I_ A n_ raioti, CampMi.e.Oil I I Iusvat.nee: Coian-bia. New linr.bcbc:1 Late J.lcltCJ1J I'istriet. CII.LII.ICII TowiiHlii> 2. X. Fun.ih Flo.r, :31. 1SCO U-4t .
: *. Gbs l Ware, I &ud Kac&ait.Cofuposed: I ; I __________
!I. I. E. end lowntb'p 2. X. R. 1. VV. i.nJ tint MCM >rrt.

PAPY & ARCHER: I Ane ILt S Toolh> >.aI''I.Yi..t.I"V end Hair j Manufactured CHdOjl"Toja. I F"r 'ne.I1riI2,f tLc .r*!l\'i Crneml imf tluC I".f t.e! .c.i'.i lJrth.* t-f Th 1){) :I'::.,'.. I j of TownsLip: 2. X. I I.:. .... '' in said: 'I'UI.tJ ; ai o part the I 10 IhrTflltrIJi.k.! -". A. 1-'. HAYVTARD.Mircb j C :6DJJ ]t ilijJ HrlJ :K.PJ 5.

5 1 b Jii-tice or Jm.'of.i.l Districterilir-i'-ij, 3. IKCO. li h.'titinel
XjCt nru..Ie I'.ttu.t Icd>iies I Clay St.J0h. Putuvii Oral i L'reva J. : :ToTi".ipS. et-pv. I --Q--- .
t Jo : Volu-ia !
0. tto jLzioye N I-;. 1. E, and that ." ----- -- -- -
piticn (Tvwiir-bip) X. li.I. l I JOHN R. LAXIXN', jor Jr r.irty. j..
Paint Brushes.Surgical Fine Havana Surmrter and Mar :'.
\J.LAll.\-.a:: :. rlvl ;m.\. Sejurs, I For '. I. \V, b saiJ coiritr. 'lobecallej the .'..Jji.s n Sale of Real Estate. ;1 or \\ ilminjtoi X. C. l'f lakigls 0j
In lrumf'tlt!. Medicine Cbes's, oi.o Liip dtr ( f'n.r..l 11.f the Fifth l>icnnijioscd i-'a/ I
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D; t. 1'1.1 of iK.bliiMStu: tle.tlo:.>-U;iu. \. j LONDON & BRYAN
July 9. H<.5. -s suited to Plantation: mid Family 16C. U( tl.e C.sietitt tKro udo, IIll!.limou ;!:. i ursuarce cf an order i snel from the Probate ,
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0 PUCE \\'IMa i IIZ.1SDUo-.for } D4IC 8U(1 iohr-l .'. I
MCUICIXAL pI1roeI.ALSO latc. Court (.f Lou c.-nnty.the otuUr-goed: ex-uilcio COMMISSION
Ilie 5th Beat Wl I'mr.ri" the at! Jtnti.-e MERCHANTS
R. A. SHIim Jr. For nIle C<,?'\'. one Uent.-rnt Colonel,, an J one I or Jraii.i,!'rator of thu estate of Wi'lia-ti!' R lan.! I 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. Major for each R ILl P
1. S. 1 r.ulJ 'l'\TII
Ttfvnsbip *I.ip 2. S. !I.
.A"U.c'tion.ccrAfD D. II. AMES. AL LIVELY. For tli 1 tt T.v jiiii4.i.t, cvtnpoe! d tlits Militia i of I I public sa'e! to the LLhi bidder, on ;,e first lnn- I
1.V. Ml Town-liip 2. :. R. J. :". T. be c.l.dtbe !
E,e..nil.1.1 iuji'y. tiny iu May next, I Iwtore tho Court Ii" dour in the il REFKll TO
i 14. 1659. 20 u e
_May__ __.__ __ __ Evl-Air! Beat. Place ol LwlJing ililiiu: !. I
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the .
c011.\i\ J SSIONMERCIIANT I l I e (Lt. eornjvisc Mlli:: u of I -IM-Air. city of Tallahassee, the lo\\'iuf described hnJa belonging w\t: R. rLrrre. ( siJli TLL.sILSSSEE.March. F LOalDA.
Snt.i Rna .I. WII.LI.f
SUPERIOR BURNING county. to said deceased
FLUID, I. or so much; thereof aa maybe
.ILL MI.\"'*r.r.. FLOP.IDA. For the Srd 1 Reginjeut.-ecixipoaed cf The 6th Beat will roprie the 7th Jiutiee *>r 81. 1 HU. 14-lt
th
T MiKtin: : of nrces"ar7. ta paY the debt of b:ii-1 eitate. to \\it : I
EaAlein District, embracing Townsliip 1, N. R. 2. E,
---- -- CMPITJ V.'alton: c.>ut.ty. The S i of the X E and S E of the X W and
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SALE DAYS-EVERY SATURDAY KEROSE1Ii & LARD For tIle: 4ti!; riezimcnt ccfflp,)f cil t-f the Militia of I mid ToT7n"l.p:: J. X. R :. E:; and also tl.c Wtli; Jus- N W i of tbe SEt. and X E i of tte S W 4in I NEW STORE NEW GOODS !JI
oii.s. ti
u cr M. Marks District. erabraem -
---'- -- ,r J1-hinITt"n 1lIoJ Holmt:1I1a.tie!. See. I.T.2.N,1t2 W also the S ofthe S E
I.L b-:.i:_. bttiwted t<. Ls! care *P.l 1 nxr t I I I For sale by AMHS & LIVELY For the Stli Regiment composid the Militia of 1C. 2. E, ard.Townsbip 1. S, IL 2, E, aol I Township I same Section Township;and k :. i TSTew Prices e1i

\ ili, Consijjisaieuts: respectj j May 14. IfM. 2. S, IL 2. E. To be called the St. Marks lieivt- Ranye, containing 25 j rpIIE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity ofI
priWfActiebUiJD. -O Frai.kl'n: and Callmcn cocrti. 'I'II
___ __ I s.Fvr aere. rmre or less. Terms made known on the day
Pine of holilmsf Militia electioi.s-R. R. Station I. I JL malms kuown to the citizens of Talaha! *
tit'I. .ei>
lu 6li Rc iuicut II
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J The Original Extract ; coopased ( the Militia cf of Sale. R SAUXDEKS. Sheriff,
J-Il.i.A! < 2 Quality JjckH'ti The 7th Beat will coii-sNt i of the Mi! Justice or j and surrounding country that he i i. now prl'p3rN'I

___ __ ____ ____ I county.For i JliccoruVie D"ict.llnol will embiacc ''nwtisi} 2. I sod ei-uffido admmutratc I to offer them one of the best selected and eheareitI
Corn Starch ll.e Itli Re2injt">t, conipoeeJ tLs Miitia! cfCn March 31. J8'.). 14-tds
I. I Ilen and ct-crstits. I X. IL 3, E,1111tl Township 3. X, IL :, E, and "ctuins! I stocks of
CAIIAWAY Ijberty --- -------- --
J. 2L "I=RCrAP.EDexprc's'.y fur rud.li"i- f' Cream F< r the Sih Rc Qje'l. composed i-f the Miitia!i cf I I:. 1?. 24, 25 and CO; ;. (>f Tiwreleip! 2. r;. R. 2. F. I'I'I. 57w7 I SPRING AM SOftlCR GOODSi

(.aOtR & ntinilSSIOX AIEIU'UANT, 1. Cakts Dance Munije.Cuntj.rdf. 1'orii ie.the Leon county. and Section 12. t 1.1, 2 !i. 25 and SO, of T.-.\"n.!.,' 3, EVANS & CO. brought to the Southern Country ; coropri=cg a .
I Heccived fresh by A.MCi A LIVELY. I X. IL 2. E.iet. To !I. called! the Micco-nki I I full assortment of
Fir tLe IdA Reglwoi, compweJ f die Militia: tf
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T\r. lon Ait* .t LIVELT.'i I .
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May 21. 1869. 21 Pi.ec of buljir. Militia eltcl'n-n?-J!: ;:;Ik..t.--I !
\Val.ull.i DRESS GOODS
:'\\TLY hsnH and ivir fU'6'IIIP cout'ty. I :'Le above cd Ju.tiw Ji.tiicts.i fiom, '. / jg \ THE -
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on rec : ------- --- I ; ci > '
For the lotli l I of t.o! Miiltla Goods
Regimest. eompoepj cf "
\ : '"*. of pioiiron: *. and i-aMiiy Or..c'r l.s. J.o I ter. I It.(', inc'uMve, will i-acli! rCf\'I''in h', coiittitute: one -/W \ Fancy Ready-Made Clothing fioo't
Congress J fcrK/n
t P; 1.,1 1 in ti-lrrliug garni tu till ortler; tom : county.lltI'l Road l Di5lrctlnl: cue' School District from and aftr : I and Shod, Hati and Caps, JeKclnj
Frr the : : ,f tLc I'iutia of
.. at.d ili. lo,' tnuiket Coun- I I FRESH SUPPLY received < fir faUtV g uen.c.znioaet3 : j the lot of / f8&\ t Guns 1'istof* .
'"i \ at e pncis. \ jcKt an Mldiaon TayVr! rlll.1 I.&fijette cour.Uen. April next CIIaIIIrg. ;, j 4't", S.t" ,

e and &::1 other ,"<.,ds! c.'O'I.i,1led tco me f Tu. by AiLS J: LIVELY. : For tL? r.'ili lk.jiir.eat: :euir.poEeJ cf tLe :miL. t fIianiiltofi I Published by order cf the CoarJ. j G77SS3 PIONEER "I I All of which hi? will positively ..nIt remarlcablyI

I receive proTipt attention. The citizens of j May 11. it R ;?. 20White connv,. Attest : ... P. MAKER, : I I low price- in crdel to rl\i"e nioney, as be is f.oirfulof !

'" ..- e aril viciuty are r'-fpect fully solicited tt> I - -. -- I FIsT tIP it I. n '1 Ier-zent.: en'rpnul ifth* Thit4lt; tlrII Pre*. ri>i'n! C ID- ty Coni'rs Loo1t tul&ty. j jiiarefi i I having bought too many ->od. for the Spring

<' .... lie MiJ price my f>tOCJoI trfcre purcLan-ii: ? I' lead. Couaba.Ix! : Uiw; and Sur-.i-.r. ( n- tic". j eec -ntP.1 e.i!,] ILI.J ptL11E1i t'J hl..r "II1t1t. t '. trade. He, therefore, earnestly dolicits a call brforo

i .. .' i Lo': rv article u-rriu'iJ! to be as refce- II I j. iSCO. 12 iA B R U A U GIFT! I. purchasing; elsewhere! a* be i i" .tifiJent that i if you
1LeLser. I Jlin EXTIJA and No. 1-Ground ia p(re Un- j.' Fur the 1 Itli Rt"nicnt;: t.coairxwtd of the ,Mi'.ia! of __ buy there come you will do no rjrain.i .
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.. I il\. .;., 16 Avtd O.I; just received an 1 f..r "le bAJIES -, I AlalCi corn! j jj I 11 GALLIE I II i JOSEPh JJALIXOER.Xcxt .
-" I & LIVELY" !j For U-e 15th Ecjinier.t, eonvposcu of lie ITli.ia: of I
to Mr. Gallic Store.
J7 Mny 51. itt 21 j jI Ns neo * A. PEELER'Si I 1-'f:;
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For tl* 18th n' tntit. c-iciTOK-d of tie M.litia of WA BOOKSTORE
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:::_-.- St COLLECTION OFFICE T EMOXS. Ciuava ail Current Je'.j.n Prunes, ;i I CI"r nrd J l>':Tl c,-,;:.ti.: 's. i iFW ( Lost Mislaid
or
J-J IVars. ardiie. PicUed O *tcrIVoi'' iVnclif. j the 17'h rtepniwit. :jr-o!'d lOr the MJItia% tf i huh tOO ijj PIIOVISIOXS! I ,

T.LLA1LSE. F1.iIA. ',: Preserved Lt'ruou Orangt;*. nn Aj f.iol.. nnJI th 2-.b-.ol lvt ,.,,i r .w .... j i : t NOTE of band f-.r 29.97, siCTed by \Vrc.J
; LL I'rnl'i: In tho Cjl't-uil .rtoftda.n. i I I Ginger.Green Gage !t1annatsJ. IjenniSyrci, R: rue the IStL Kujj-Eut-t e."p..l3'J of the lliSlIa: of :j !J\\ !6H. I 11. Moore and da'cd the first of January 185t .

', f '..."a. ..akuii.! .F.CI'bOU alld MItioI. raud berry do. Strawberry toFiae! Apple c'o. atxl GiaI ip-- :rai-i; orAY. I i X D : 1 I with eight per c' n'. uttercst fiora date. 1 be finder

:. '-'}.t1 to (i.e Ct.lcCtiuU! i1 tIuttB a.uJ E.O- I|: A iter.ILvidt'CL. For the lth Rubier' ,cr-mposed of tl,e TliKtia of GKOCF.RILS GEE1ML.N.ivrmber : THE OLDEST !I will he rewarded by nturn.nj tIe IIam to the umer-
< q V .t8id', ".:.tiS. i I Surater V"In>ia. Ora.ye and Urevsrd ..wtie. ESTABLISHED fj i ri crL I. T. SIMPSON.
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Hjllitiut LfI.J Awc-rUJ I'k-:W 1:. 1 65 4 C
I ': :.. i in: t:11':: C 'i.i'vl. "i'roc; th 11Olrc-tlJe: Ale and Porter. For t.e S tli 'itll"t. conv oc I lor the Militia <>f ---- -. I M.ireh :31. l 1"r.O. ll-Jt
Scotch -- -- -- -
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l.. .\ '. f ;.n. rill (:1'e.; LeVy, Uvruania, 1I1ieooub aud Manatee euun ; HOUSE :
I' : oooo Eavaaa ;:1rs. Donald Cameron .
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FIRE INSURANCE- May. SI. 1S59. 21 I F'*and CaI! Noarop t Limit.e 01.''" *cnmp'weJ. of the Militia: .fDacle .. ;rllg :JL! 1)1: 11t2 ?3jlJ I A GtFT WITH EVERY BOOK. FOR SALE. .
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I For one Cit1taiti.e Firrt Tjeatenar.t nod oneLVntenai I TALLAHAS-EE. -'L\. Worth from 0.1 etuis, fo li)0,00.; rr HE subscriber offers f.,r MC a Woman iC

ST'iTi: : I IIr.r( A\D :S1RISE: tt&lClHG CO. CodLiver Oil. SEe'-kl .t uf eac: Ik.t Cwi pBj in every !I rrFTc;: a' J. \EIHIVS:: CI.OT1IIXG STORE.Feb. i iI 3 3 I) 2 9 3ly _*_ of a!e ; a good Cook, a !>uptrit>r Lam:Jre .yeaM,and

PENNSYLVANIA.IN'rilE :r'RCSII AND ITRE of tl- eeleLrfteJ: fl.U1'" I C:1' ty cftlwStst*. I I t____.) IS, IC. 8 I csct-l'enl Searastres .\I'plto me at my office
aum U Fire tie n-u\l terms J J:' Ile eroau. Clirk: & Co. .: !Rr u by en ---- ---- -- -
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For *!>: by AJ.CS; & LIVELY I fl"Ult the h.'pee'or. in ffne: timt".I. r sail i,1 I Ii SALE I the l.irjC't nnd most varied election of flicks March :11. 18fif(). 14-41

f' II. I-LACO. Agett I May! *l l &9 1J'fST i tleetion. an.1 make rrt:>rr? .f the *:.me. in tLe manner :I OP ever "IT..r.II.y(/ any publishing house in the country.
T i:_: 1"0',' DoII.ec 10. 1't. LI :_ all e-f "hieb are fresh from the publishers bands
prrfenbed by tad: A"t of tlia O .u<.ro4l.mb'y.rI'ruvM Internal Lands. I II and C1arksPlow.Patenttdl'cbruaryJ1ts .

West7 K3Cd' ED-A.s. r j.!.yo* jlr!. ALL. :.-o = DeeiTilicr t? I. IS'jO. I Improvement nairnnted fK-rfiot in every form.A --0--

Edward EL Ecsfcrci' and ZilabrJsjcrtiaLt : In stnnriiV trb'T.t.f I have "!.. net my )Y oro'tr nf tl. Earl '.f TVi;!tec* of I-! Internal CT..\L'C; I P! E. ball fur p>. foetf,>nrfnrninse.menf. 1800.rnilE .

AilES i LIV !1". L-is.il awl rKM*! t. toe sfSxfd the great I I J ) ImpniTv.i.evt; Fund. notice i is l.iivbt: iivn that ear. fat .i-lertitn. an! cla""irii"ition cf Ai'Cient ,
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHAI1T j or tae by -
51. iet'. 21 [L. S.] s.:d! of the State of FlonMa. I>our at the all limits ,-retrrstt-tI v.tbe State of F-iri..s; u-vfer! I be and Klcrn Utirafiirp. has never bee equalled.andh.is toll this PLOW in tho .

'i'A1LIS1I.: I LA. j "Slay __ _' ._ __ __ ._ Capitol in tt!,c eitt of T..1unee.! t1."* "iby set of Spteruti, I'll.(eoiniw.nlv. ile>i.nut ij"Int b
rjROUPT, attititi, Mvoa to \it-ipiment: to 'bis J '.\ .r )!IIl\:*, A. D.. Ufi". I < r;.al improverient Landf") .In*.b 1':1\! e itot !brreto.f Jo-'ues throttluot the country. is mw rnnodelnland siened tit Cl. Jo'eph II. Alti< of Leon _

( <..t'. I 'JOIL" iM.st .J!oir t I.111... d Lively' i ii English Linseed Oil, 5L 5*. PEEY.cejRorfJjL. I .r,. b. .n ..JVr'-d' f,'r '.'... v.'1 be i.l-jict: t.. pmale ; impreredand; mill be mailed freu toOT* address State and County Rights for other n. sections county are offered

i-. ':,,' S:,'... [p..I.I Si9. 5'J i PURE ARTICLE bj.leJ at-d ra-y. rUT :* ; ".tn- (rum a'ltlllrter tl.' fittt d I.v .f.!tine next wi:! on appic!; \tioii. I ISocicl for sale. AItpy! immeJiattJ.". ThU ia no humbug .

__ 1 A by the Cibk or g.lU":1. V1 tbe (.\' -.. .t : I ItLe ser ti u t.t the "(Je.iixia Fra"xcs." 'I II for a Cafnloznr. i invention bus n er..ng.: simple Rivlchcnp.E.15. .

OTTO LANGE | AilLS: i LIVELY. F. L. V.H.FM.I--. I 1.,.":. owiuiij iruj iuimn's < u :;., of said LoLa ;, It will 10e inailed fiee to any atitirras.! an.1niiI "j CLAKK, Patentee. .

Miy21.15 21Compound 'I- .'.?11.f .r;*"" J will;: Lave the p...(c-. in tntt'iit.. IiI! T.roe, j'r.>- I II prove an invaluable assistant i in the f>rmati"n of a j March 10. Ifir.O: 11

___ ____ to'.* All prpcr ii tl.e Sit- copy loar tin-en aiiJ Tided tbe I".c.f(* such i r prove '.je-it leficJcii! hi'rarv. (.r ths felcctiui of useful and eutertaininjreajini : .

\, .\1 CII .e 'SiLMAKER | Gentian 1 send Ijiil.; t" the ExtcuUre Dep.irtzneLL I before the Lot of Jiuie. Vre! two >.r nuientin ;. Just Received -

I March 10. t'1' It .\CDj w'n" tr.ict. tu: I"-III'!' actutllyri GIFTS ,
iinjr'
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.And Je'vveler, I 1 Ji rn.D: .D -*!.'!!.;"u .iM troctilI bmctlx-1.r. Kn'ice-:1:V r- Per! Bark Moxley from JYtw York.A .

SIOXTIcLLLO, H.A, I: I c *n.J.,0) 1; 'nr ftnv !, 'Ue, the p.'. ... first Ir.tkjt.l.b I.III.\'l'I'"t will i TinKmitUs: varieties of Oif's diatribu'eil. anti SELECT: 1st ;BRAXDID5$. CORDIALS
infuFibe! f
JLI V-I
BITTEr.S n-r an nincdy rJL ,
rpHESE wOvj ibrir rentin'rn! ;c 'I' 11e will!: commend them to all
\ \ T.n ri.ctCu1v in nn tl,e .itizt'tlIHlf Mid LiilousamlalldiM.nicrj'. from a der.iniredcondition ; be pr ferr L In ci e; c t.1ctird.: )-\ rorteotin: SYRLPS. CIGARS and CANDIED

\ \ .1'. and East Fioiida! that be designs mikinji (.f thein;:vts.v; '*' .u-.i"1 .in-ina. Dynwj*.*. n..Iil1 1 1 IT.r.o l'i I i parties inu,t [.trCflt thetti'ecce! iiptnnLid: their J Je'arnt and Invei for r cash f ir..tJ b, ta-te. cn.ibied lv? biiyin to;; in 1atp 1' q-untitie Perft-ct Love Cordial I. Raspberry Syrup

,. t.. ,:-i..al: t i-its tbronyli! tbe e section! of country fur j Liver Luv -j.intQ. ";IIM..f A"I.eI I GROCII XES and PHCVISIONS j r M bnsetl before me ('11 the ti.*' tf June. hit a vie nro apportion a greater Rose (10! I Lemon do!
itv, Cor.iplan.t; than others
value to .
our trial will
pitrons as one
i .. of .1oin wk in the above liD j, I deeision l e made tl. ir r'$ 'eciit. cltun: :' Mint do 1'iue Apple doAnigette
!' i: | .ve : any tite.. ':.it i 1....\. [M .iUu-ttJ In l.u crc.ALSO 21 It i Frr-ni myd"son: :: an xppeil ,Ini t<, the l!: a"lf e strength our 1 do Strawberry ditOranco
I _May_21 I, loitf._ LL order s'eonnRnted: by tl.o CASH viiilmett: !i I Tiusti-e From and ci tthe tir..t ,'f Jla; .. hit In I induce ui cnt*. do I Cognac Brandy 18
GARDEN SEEDS. ri!: i h'' .'r1'r rt attention.lc : tonal Iiipiu\i-meiit I,ii-I!*" v .!'i i le ru\A\ j'vr eahon ; DISPATCH. Kdrntl do Chitnipague liraudv.
:. ;: o ..'t of Jt'wel"wtitb I "il! sell at the %OW- I 11, I"'''. 6 C," < : i j., "I.' P1i j(-("*. I will; IK cute and Fern'' u! tlu-ir patronncje, a: the central
of fine CANDIES.
assortment
G-ro""C'V"th: ot. 3.8 : 'lIlt-c large Apple tj .
'H'f tiftt !" (,.fe* ;';"en if rtquirrd.Ann i New Blacksmith Shop I '..(.lIin of New York City. irith its many di }
March ; l2-tf .
I | j ji I Ia1ffI'rEt'yn.f1rJ11 por,i'\il.nare iinlebfeil! i iI __ !. ISf.O.__ __C M. WEST .
:t. 19. 1S-lv "A \ TK are now receiving a hi'?* and well fb'tej t I I TrIg n? menn of tran portation;, give ns unrivalled
-l.\-Jl.t the Tn>tees >n ii-stnlnient note trivet, for the -
SIJIC1ULIII IJ.l !' : IllS tij purClutc
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ttso,1aieit of t-'it.i, "I'J'I"m.au I 1"'ur. ndvant-aires in lorwanlinsr to the mOlt di!tnnt point. CHANGEOFSCHEDULE.Tallahassee
POST & MEL extensn variety of the lo.ost aid i.vwt re'.be: j i I !Iackfinrli.HENRY eo'\ I .j Iiitrnial Iniprntriwnt Swamp an IIICES" \ r fl..l Land", th:it uilu"/I I iubion.. undfi ,rtier J Jt -n---
j4I / I I.a" Ih-en tbtrtugitlv,' that orders
KO perfected,
Vegetable and Agricultural Cceus- [ I ( 1 the Unird. ttrnI.r t.> ,the Trea-un Mr. C. II. re-
COMMISSION' I J MERCHANTS | f."lIat,. l..lIr".l.u..lu Ct>wC .v t, i iI ct-ived by the everir.j: mail the next morning are ontll.r & Pen. & Geo.
In the neb vt ion IIf our St.-'*. ti.e! ircate>t care los I telmillina'j-Minie'! ; ** I l I Austin who i is aU((>1 iZ".1! to rectivc the I nuncy .r i( .
tlir dettmntion. and enters
t a delayed
Gl E'<>jJras Sircct, bet'n \'ertcd ; and. m a f ulkr $precaution thvi i j jUlity Ip.f-r.: L. 1:. Clar:. iti.-J1it. I the .;lIU!. 1ILOII A. CORLKY. '. way over twenty four hours from no the time of are theirreception. RAILROADS.

NEVV C E.A.NS. of the Seeds is c ernlty teetcd Ulore lxiii? (.Iiopill- }cw'. 11,1': .IIS Ii S.i'ofniAn (If tie: oard ..1 I Tru :cos I Iof .

o. __. offered for sale ; to tl.at pi.r<.!iars in.iv urpendn I d 11.., lIt:1i.. bere be ,II M illlt ; ;rf1. .ilie Internal' In'prorcTncut Fund. I SAFETY.
pettini: those that uc fresh! uri-!: "f tbe u'ot rtr'.mbie rtl'are.lt"I..1f"nu I C& !orih! : Sentinel.! E'i: -t<-iii Kcr.il.l. Jackson- j
=; ?
BrrIa: TO I I Ve talce tic rik of all IOM timegh the mail if
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.L.iractrr. A-ilES; A LiV ELY. all ""rk. includes! \ 'S JJ1oreLcni. MH M..n VsrR Tlioma J Ptrl.n: l Co. TjVab.vsce Fla. i / the direction! are followed a< in Catalogne. which is N and after Sunday evening, March 25th 1860
< N ov. :G. 1S59. 47 : t:c.. ,I panion hll.I1'.J1Pl, i5en'usuiartpy: till Jrue: !. : O
I r. K Harri AC.ft.. QUflOV.I' ___ __ ___ I 'M and des Maub 17. l!>I'". 12 not done by other Gift Book House Money i tent tbe Cars will leave and run as follows, riz 1 :
intrusted tu bi tV t
Ilenham Palmer llontiecllo! H !j I cliarjcin iiianner in the form of .draft payable to our order or letters Leave Tallahacsce . . 4.00 P. JI.
Collins .
I F:.ard .t D.iLuo, Zt. Harks, George S. I 1 pjtch. JO I.l'll, H ALsr'N.Narci. .' I For Sale i enclosing funds, if registered according to law, are Arrive at Monticello. 6.15 P. )!.
10. ISl I. t1- 6 ntinel
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Vi:. .ImncK Tilor Kev \\Vet ** ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR copr.TfShines 11--- insured a s.fe return Leave Tallaha.ee. 9.35 A. }r.

PLANTATION IN AGENTS. Arrive at KL Marks. . ..
v- r !r<. Vaiirbt Jt Onrond. Atlanta. Oeo. I II Alike for All 11.00 A. M.
.. .1. N. M Kinnoti .V C<.. TLomasTJlU, l.T3? T t.-jV. _. FERSON COUNTY. JEF.I ..,lj A rents and those d
k..VU.: : 3858. S-ly lALLAliAa:!:. : A ,f-ASt N'8 CUALLEXOE ELACKIXO i k the : rPIIE I'las.tnt'wn called WIITLA%n. on rit'I I exanin- oar term. as ten books cnn be told Amve at Goodman', Station 5. .50 A. M.
__ __ IUHUD.I I I I J.V L only stand:ird ai tide of tl e I:nd in u<,. \.
7JK5)ICAINOTICE.: 05- ( Tre P'rr th, Slate Hani. .lJ I I It preserve Ilie B.wt! on wLWi it i is useil ni.ins ,I from the Pen. <: Jeo. Kiilrortl. i i. iilforetl f.>r Mlt'I .- j ri'2-ular war. through the inducements given by us Arrive at Tallahassee . . 9.05 A )f.

--oJ Feb. 1?. It60. 8 I j I tie lenth soft .n.1 l p'.inb'o.! nnd thus prevent its I It contain 2 !-ll) acres f 'Jan.l. f,f 'I h:t I h !5 -rl6 to the purchaser. Leave St Mark. 2.00 P. M.

15. TAYLOU.J. S. BOND. ----- ------.-. .--- I crail ii v rtt-e* in all cliI ; I lun.Irtil are cl.:are.l "II.J l im''.-r f it'P. There are tin j t 3fVe pay the most liberal commissions to Arrive at Tallahassee .. . 3.28 P. M.

TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE I I mites' I* tie ntl.I'-ph.'re clr\ -r m.ii it. warn or the place two ROO 1| CottujrDwflhnsr Houses. Kitch- ] Ag."lt" Leave Goodman's, Station 5. 4.30 P. M.

Drs. Taylor & Bond, i cold ; ami bi. f-r a quarter cf u Century eijoyed en. bmoke HtuscaitU .Iber out ..u-f. and a good tiJW te p the most varied and extensive stoek Arrive at Tallahassee. eo. .. 7.SO P. M.

I V1':: oiiaed ill the practice of Medicine. Of- SABBLEHY the good opinion of l'I:1r III'l.! I fi.t.neil Cia: li! .u.'. 40 t by :.0 feet Stable*, Corn I' of Boob and Gifts, and gratuitously circulate the Connecting with Post Coaches at Monticello and

I nv I tir. a' the OLD f-Tun "f Or. Tavlor. AND It is a nm'in lnirff>r.llnd adunis the palace (lithe !; Il!'-nse, thelk'r'! II>me. 1111.1 quarters f"r HO ne I 1 1i mo t complete acd best classified catalogue in the Goodman's, Station 5. daily except at Monticello on

1 ,'fl! .1,..."... .I"nnv I. "J'. 4iE great and cbei-r. the solitary:: Lut of the li.r.cly! lack i grot. For many y"*r. pa't his plantation tat l-oo i country.f Sunday and Goodman's Station 5, oc Monday
.--------- -- -- IIARNESSESiABLISHrtlEf1T. woo.liunan.Lk I cultivated by Cu)) li. II. OaniUe; and has D>ad aaool ; We ijmranfee perfect *ati\Ciction to all who AND ALSO

l' icINSURANCE .A. the Sun. it difTti e* it* !j.ni.il influences upon co'- crops as any in the neighborhood. may fivor us with llieir patronasre Connecting with Pot Coach to New Port on arrival

all!! sorts and conditions of men cud cbalungvs tt.cir I"t.mlon in reganl to the rImlttrr: : of Ibe placecan II hOW TO SK.-VD FOR nOOk. 0( and which returns before the departure of the

CONPANYOF esfeeni ami' ailni.ra'ion.; be obtained fir>ui Cot! Gamble and 11,. J. J. Hin- j Or lers of Five IViok and upwards thoold be sent Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers between

For Cale n lLtale! end retailv: ton. who was the overseer on the plantation! for 5 (II I y express, if possible, as it ia cheaper and safer New Orl nf\ll. Key West and Cuba and intermediate
JLIITFOIW.Irorporatcd rpHE SUBSCRIBER -.- Mar. 10 Y.O 11 AMKS A U\.FT\ *. tbe Gulf at 8C Marts their
._ j year I than by mail.Min.y. points on arriving ,on vstoK.yWe.tonthel7thandlndorSrdofeae
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II JL having purchased .P' ) 'b- : i's I I For ternu'and ptrticu1tn.at'p1y to the utxlcrsirnedI if po*.ible,should be sent in farm of draft.

in 1S19. Charier Ptrpctnal. the interest of the late fO'i? 1r 1 ASSER I near Monticello. GEO. W. TAYLOR. I as payment cnn be flopped if lost through the mail. month, and arriving at; St. Marks on their way to

DAVID E. HULL in } r Jj I I 5 !tIIfUTI: **. Family Friend please epv Letters encloii'r Money may be sent at tar risk. New Orleans on the 15th and 29th of each month.

-0- the Carriage Saddlery 'YI 1I .1 ICE CREAM FREEZERS I oM.llcla M, 1860. 13-t f provided they are reRmtered accordh\ to law. Tbe% Passenger for }Monticello or pouts North of that.

CA&II: C..LPI'.iL.81oOOooo..na and Harness Business,' i I I precautiona are simple and \ritbin the reach of all, will take tbe 4 00 P. M. train.

N 10llg bpt Lv IliRl. 1f I II As Improved for 1859. Dissolution.'j'UE attiring the safe tramroittaiice of Book Passenger for Goodman's, or points East of that,

!-- : AOAIX>TLa TJI: :"> An.\PTF.h1-o Tnt IIAZAHD I form tbe inhabit ants of I I copartnership ; celv. sbonld be wed. The writing should be plain. The train will not run from Tallahassee, to St.
I II j I rr llE Fre<>ier known which is constructed L- was riifsolved larch lat by the retirement of
only J
ALc.IsrINT WITH TU1 LAM and .
LEON: adjoining and the (,me, Pout Office County and State should Marks and back on Sunday. only oo Steamer days.WM.
OK COMI'EXSATION Counties that he will continue: the business in all 1 it* _1__ true Scientific principc! T. Hayward. who desires to cloe up the business of j be distinct to avoid mistake. L. VINSON, Assl Sop'l.
15. C. IJWIS be fcund taU The cbeape. best aiwl most economical ; reqoirn5 I the late firm a* speedily ns |M>*sibIe. Alliutk.bted ... 'fons I .
the Old '
Agent.FtrrTallahaRbe branch**. it Stan.L may Send (or a Catnlojwr. March 24, I860. IS
and I times ; less i ico and ,less labor than any other being at I to them arc reypectfu'.ly! solicited I to rome _
vicinity.AiiTn Direct all cornmunicatkuni to D. W. EVANS
'. S3 the rarne time the most durable! ID structure, and without delay and piy their due. One of the firm WM. E. AcDERION..WX. II. ]ILTO _
"t 15. 18? Saddle CO677 Hew York.
- ._-- Rociatrays, Bu; .. Road IV guns. moat ceitain in its operation I xvill always be foH1n.their! old stand (now occupied & Broadway..

\I I L. . . . ..Y. "'. "a 1 AUP. in. : Flatness, Undies, Whips. Trunl I I Sole 1 Agent for Ibe United State" by A. F. II AT WARD,) tt attend to the eollec- March 31, O. H-3m Anderson &' MiltonSOLICITORS ,

Call & Brevard a ltd Machine Selling -i ii I JarCIIAtI: : Japanned and l'I.irtihed Tin Ware. T. HAYWARD A SON Fellow Cizizens AND
Of varictr. Anilin fact article OT atly
i eve-y every Z9PaiI Jslrcrl. Aeiv Yor!'. March 3. 1860. 10 Sentinel copy. IN EQUITY .
At1orn.oys a't Ln.'QV anJ.he atteutmu I ,
ill ,\1tb an"ctablu.hiD 'Dt hopes by
kept J.
; BOOKS belonging to the estate of M.
March) ll\ 111/111. 11-Sm rpHE J/artaMno, JarJuu* Cotfmty flat
\TUSFTTLORII i : J >.\. : tu lhe interests of hi* eu UHiicrs. to n>erlt" _L }McBride show that many of you are '*ue that ,I _AVE formed co-partnership 10 tile practice

j I WIXO ?*.*vnnterl tlirfritVlfeim *))1erretootI I cpn'intumeeof the patronage eo hbcnlly brstomcdupm I Notice I IThtice.I estate in sums of f 1 and upwards. The boob and 1 1 Law, and will attend with fidelity and promneae )
the l LII"C'. offer their '"'flnn!l err ice, to the his predecf '' J- E. PURD\
pro aecocnta trill be found with the sabeerfber tmtil the their in UCirenit .
t of thi nc-tice. f JOHN It. CRUMP will art to traaioeu eotrnsted to care >
-vtt\.t from the tirst publication p. as my agentI any
'l-4i.. !'V. nil r will practic i i. the Circuit Court of The fub-cribertvould also infcrrabi* friends and I SIX' nndereignewill apply to th* Jodgtj of Probate ". daring absence from Florida and all persona 1st of next July when they will lie turned eYe to Court of Jackson Frankiin. Calkoon and .
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l..-r* "hIlI Di-tric. U, $Upq'I1lB; Court aud District I the jmblic. that be Mill continnrt the Agency bf the I I of Leon eonnty for letters of administration on I having business ml with me personally or a* Executor the Sheriff with inttn
Office Ui.ite.1 in Suto at TalUiawce..IT" the ; veil known and juctly celebrated "* the estate! cf Pjrthol"roew Dolt, rltcensed. Ute of ,I on the estate cf Thomas Laver3jr are referred notice t'lereof' and goTern_ yourselves aeeordi ly." in the United States th.trict: Court atTaiabapa.rj(
Itutg.r'ntw UiilJing (
", tn Kc tero Rail Uoa1.u.r o\ef \Yhethr Jif Wilson' .S'rn'n: Martini*. *att.1 r-nonty.:. WSI. T. TAYLOR 1 t to hit W. R. SWAIN. I s. A: SPENCER Ext'r. Apalacbico'-a H- .

*, ISSI. I Tallaba: ce, Sept. !&. 19. !i I March i.. S6n. I--"w I Mar h :1. b flO. 14-lt .Newport March 21,1811e. 11 T ebruaq' 4. 18&0. 6 .:
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& ournaI. this comprehensive The Opposition.f'nder tennSvtyi. the Colum- All the power hare replied to Franc* relativeto I mined. EDITOU columns: of*A last Demort"week.with reappears a long arti-in- your tie.l\.trJ wuJ grow advise,.,yqn before to .you tarry attempt at JtrichI again until t I I Editor of tfie) 7ioriJ V." and YOBK Journal-April IX Ujn

I titus Thee, i included every party, llique and faction Savoy, and the following is said to be the substance .. your dictate to Maw Meeting*? about their prvceedinlrs.It I do not attica

I in polItic! All these parties, clique and faction I of their not : ele.as a reply to ':Vej-jtaj1 and seeming to duLL may W.t1.ugh.l d""A Democrat" injnste. I the late election any 1 la.pedal Connecticut gift of aoj propnecT la $

whether he 'w'ill beadmittcdeoneeious that and he 'd Rhod,
or not
: \LLAJlASSJ.I: :Is. *, agree in one thing, and In one only: 1 wild Hnstia says that 1 long as the right of the people Dltana'\'y.outsider fli'tluti'n..il*.ni-that 1 turned 1 l"ll.?
wrI.ltIJ.t.n .. sp oat precisely
his piece has its face 111 predicted-they ,
-- -- I and savage warfare npoa the Democracy; in all I to-leet their: ruler i i. not put forward by France that lie "nothing patent trouble on promises .the lost shall b* time .. 1.. fj.ewk out Mr. Any man who keep the ran of the politics "GII

..lira DAY, \rniL 21, 1860. else they are a wide A-UI.f a* the pole hitherto and that a the present change doe not affect the you will not again you"Lt Demecrut I States, and who could tire*

--. their, attacks with me, Messrs. Editors, bespeak 1 place in your Your eorrrspondenl get ffln time tr.> -- ,though wvage.liavebcen impotent; I of what Sardinia docs Savoy of the '
Europe j effect of tbe
lainct for wish s hope* of the ,e-.tinC with prolbl.
I A Democrat whenever he country stirring -eut.
&:& We are authorized to nnnonnceMr. !, the States Rights Democracy hnve d'-fiVd puny *!f- I i is no business of her paper may the rlilll.ont"thl ltemmoeraemind we arc nottrilin! tl br'',ikdowa lest few month the I *

A. !'". H AY WARD 1* R candidate: for IJeulen-. forts to jostle tll1 from their! broad foundation, I I.n.re Prussia says that D tHe Emperor of France formally to be heard, t.uugh it be Iut I repetition of his that organization .commence tie ,,onas.-" |I mu.t have upo the onr"Lif that class**tL x"*'

Florida! Militiaat of the I pieced and if there i is any charge for excludingvahushle Who sited such !lIming? i is I nclu.ivl no '
if the Leon Regiment, as secure today in the posses-ion love. disavow the doctrine oftattiral rl'onti"r'the ever I Certainly tl"rt : England State would .
,. :\\.14'l matter the inordinate vanity of of that kind in >" : I |I"nalare a republv
r. t
the! d! 't.u; in May next ;| confidence and support of I mnjoiity of the Araeri- transfer Savoy it no business of hers. t gratify nothing Jr. I'lkhil. i this year as at prtvivu Lo
I 'A rllt" for seeing himself iu print charge The resolution intitr* )! .e of party, to I elretiO. ludwd time
!i can people a they were when Thouint Jefferson re- Austria declares that she Joes not approve Delo i Iirr..I.d and it ID.
-T Tholriends of Dr. WILLIAMF certainly to "Veritns." nctttitSilhe iK-mocruey fr Cfll"n 0.1., I 11gltclnt majority of lh. Republican (. !
: | tij-cd from the helm of State and turned over the Got ofaumy annexation of the kind, but:* Europe up I i U a I legitimate and proper iu\itation.1 the Democracy I I sleet of v\.t.
SHIS announce Lira aa a candid.t* for Captain Neither the food furnished from the banner county : the only national in the COlectt't. 'oul stew to indic:. tit
ernment to his i illustrious eucccsf. In time South, stood by when other annexations were effected, phI I are orgabizalion .
tf the T-ulahassee Beat, Leon County Militia, at the of Democracy, nor that by .V seem* country ut this time and we have a common Union I Ii I I| the.Dtrmocracy may carry the State nut S
the field is all our own; "the i i. completely I does see what he has to lo with the annexation trtl. I I if a man acceptable to the North
"pflivl" short of norninatti"
election in May next. : cowed under and is not to be very palatable to "A Democrat. Hi stomach i to a.ne. and nothing: a Ilrff. II'tonl be ; ;
content ,
unnumbere at of Savoy. can cave it. i Charleston. The result cf the
------ election
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%3i?- We are authorized to announce I to wage I guerilla warfare. But from. tlmesg.ucmill.i I The London Time admits that the annexation ., n he seemed to be afraid, has" protestcd'"Truth I prt- wish to strengthen the Democratic organization Island can not by any means be considered in Rhoe
and will and carries ,
is a bern
mighty prevail, and make to f.inatic-s .
powerful II"e
the have hi fen
: II. T.. BLOCKER a* a candidate for Major of the 14.t" Democracy) not ng to r. ofSnvoy t J'rnc must be quietly tolerated, Lit conviction where there is an enlightened reason ; X orl i. .A Democrat"it says, "he I.f.lt not "j,1 to I cratic victory; but it is certainly a drei.ive Esp
I
E-ghlh Leon Regiment Florida Militia, at the election We may lose a county stronghold now and then I Ii denounces it as an act of sj
ia I I here and there and : little squad may be rutt\ in bad a march the Rhine, or a usurps .to come and form part and parci-1 with us." W'el. j Union party may I loom up before next

May.gT" _ _ _ but the South as a whole, u in our hand; tIl great I sudden principle 8 a The upon Paris a to let will and wish predominate conviction U thr resolution of lr.l'.I.kI.i only invited th.r much stronger than i* now XOYmltr'
on correspondent thought
Antwerp. it
We to announce and attempt iLle; for, if you could "convince I pel-son ; it sid nothing ILuut guini to them likely to l U
are :authorized body of the I people are with \* heart soul; be imp cl.m. and draw off (toni the
all the wars '
of that paper say that great pi his will, he would be of the same opinion why not come out like ole of uaIU" true r.oblc- RtpullicaD.even m tl!
G u WM. E. KtLCREASK Cadsden county li. in our principles, trust our IcJcr. and will have replied to France co the Savoy question and ngainst ill." men and acknowledge that you arc in til wrong? States which ar* thought to be their *trou.jiluW.
si
as a candidate for reelection to the office of Maj. i fight to the death under our banner. that Prussia, Rus.ia, and Austria all acquiesce in You evidently) wish, to do so; so throw aside pride most of their voters who are not rank'

Glnual of the 1st Division of FAa Militia, at the i The real and true foe of the Democracy i the the annexation. But truth in respect to the principles of the great I and say I bt-cond Dr. P.'s ro..iuliol and in,he all I and these latter, I can assure abIiioLut
tnj
few
you are
Democratic and the action uf the Meeting to !
hosts. Great in numbers pat lS C"UItIIHI"Velitls"
e'cction to beheld io May next.5ir" Black Republican strcng in.a.0"1 scattered at the North
----- - -------- I in the prejudice of the Northern nias.-'e*, The overland mail brings California news t ; and the opinion of the community in respect I| you wins long fur the Nhltiol your country the newspapers to time lon,
authorized ignorDt the 19th ultimo A steam corvette has come, and we will, by our united effort, save it trary notwithstanding.
: We nre to announceDr. Japanese to Dr. resolution, and justice to a portionof
led far and leaders this 14rkhi'
by seeing .
unprincipled Your takes issue with remark have
been found
eorrt.ponJ.nt my
G. W. PA1ttHLL I{ .cf Leon county, as a eandidite | huge sectional organization scrim determined to arrived at Pan Francisco, forty days from Jcddo. our fellow-citizens who once were eomlct. with about 1'al'if the system of Internal Im- Indictment Messrs. by the Grand Jur-
te against Mcintyre and
fu M j.jr (,,'f'rlo) ( the Western Division, rule or ruin-to control the Union or to destroy it. This corvette ia the first native ves.se! ever permitted Clay, Webster and others in a }>ltical provcmonl by General Gonmlnt. I did say to bribe Tucker for repeated

Florid Militia,at the election ia May n xtESgr The great ligament that binds their motley crew to leave the shores of Jlpan I brings information lon, has had, its effect upon A Democrat;" but, I and }\repeat, without fear of eOllra.l\tiul. that attempts Alderman Brady by offering nito'
and
so fir as time, Sm'utlm is concerned qiitioiisare' directly indirectly, $
that the Japanese emba was to leave for tl.c. 2.0 to vole fur the ,
sy Instead
to effect of
i to the institutions of the South :am sorry see, 1 Lc meeting ??
together hostility sr-ttled and become obsolete. What Southern man Urination of Gideon
We arc authorized to announce the United States in the Powhatan on the llth of I J. Tucker
truth with that true of soul hich characterizes a Pre-idcut of th,
nobility w -
but the i-emil] objct j of their lea.(1 i i. to get possession wouM be willing to foster and build up the Xortl I Crotou Board for

J. JOHN WILLIAMS a a candidate for Cvloelof of the oftkei ofthc Fedcial GO\l'rnment. and February. The corvette bring the officers and n great mind, and acknowledging his error to our own detriment l.y the protective system; : the which office he wit nO'liatfd

the Eighth Regiment, Florida Militia! at the election distribute the rich of their crew of the steamer Fennimore Cooper, recentlywrecked and yielding his false position, he I t pride stimulate and \\hat man would be willirg to give the North I by Mayor. Mr. Mcintyre was formerly one f

ia : spoils conqul.t among on the coast of Japan. Lieutenant J. B. lawful powrr to make appropriations" cut of the the proprietors of the Daily Xtl&, and i U now
Msy.tSar him bad and tL.
-_ _ _ _ their greedy follower, in the shape of high salaries to. anger, exhibiting tempr per common treasury for tlunifclvrs wll'l they would senior partner of the firm which hau .
Brooke, of the Unit*! State Navy at the request the
"at.Y has said costume-
eila" goes."A have the to deprive! tie of appropriation
: We are authorized to announce and lavish expenditures of taxes levied upon the verting 8 power amy I with the for
consented assist in government the
of the Government to
public
Japanese Democrat" wishes to that kThe im>tl stores. I
quite in we uncompromising I
Major D. BIRD of ffersrn county a candidate I agricultural -classes of the couutry by the means ofditcriniinalin the The appear witty) light that would such : Tucker is the man who is understood ,
D I the navigation of the corvette across ocean. di discovering what he would be willing to lead Southern Whig ever I\eJ spurn an I have elial
Militia embraced ; duties. Agin5t this formidable array pople idea this and fmmet of the JloriJian lenged Sickle
General of the at time
fo Brigadier chief admiral of the Japanese navy came as nt a pas believe is in & D.n t fight a duel That difficult,
to an
there is no antagonism woithy of the name, inconsistency my saying I Journal asking the Sentinel, will the grew out of a el
within the Middle Judicial Circuit D. l The ster.rner will remain at San FrancUco Ol quart between his brother UiJeo'u
nber. .the could not have been taken
meeting by sur Whigs cf Florida continue to uphold Tariff I
.
out-side of the Democratic How and Sickles
easily they and
crushed of the party. until the arrival the Powhatan when tLc will return prize, for I understand the resolution had been I I system, does not prove as .A Democrat" would now the Doctor find 111,?
remnant American which
: Death or Thom IOt! I tht party to report the progress of the embassy. She is shown to several before offered who afterwards insinuate, that thiy MVW them as open issues.VEIIITAS.. another scrape originating in a wish to serve Ii
Again are we called upon| to chronicle the donth they did not absorb in the lute Presidential election.Is it 'a : brother. Gideon was, :our la.t Stall:
I of two hundred and ton with : Secretary of
fifty burden a crew voted it and then that he "A ,
of one uf our oldest dliz I". Thomas RosS, of Wa- it 'isl then for Southern patriots to make wa against _. -- and is an able fellow, hut a violent
and carrie
of rifly-sevcn men, ten small guns. The party man. IU
kulla county, died on the 28th day of March! last I upon the Democracy Ought they not rather to I Democrat, is the first and only man that I have The Povlllou of PeiiU tiaMiaiEach i is a democrat of tb. hardest
Sun f..nc8an. are delighted at 1f arrival, and ridicule in but terms of of the political parties in l'cnnoJlu.n very sheik I
: this time honored and lear or speak any praise great t.re
near Richmond, Texas, in the fifty-flfth )'ea of his rally to standard aid their Was any prospect of indicted
effort to entertain the visitors the gentlemen
bein
are exerting and
every nominated candidate for Governor
of the resolution of Dr. ParkhilL Instead of
estab
Southern brethren in ihe death i.
in
The deceased was a native of Edgefield Die struggle which brought to trial, there would be
ge hoping thereby t stimulate lucrative trade already himself wit he will erected the State canvass ia reaaon to rejoice
platform
lishing as a only subject himselfto whereby
trict, South Carolinaand. removed to Florida iu the they are engaged with a common enemy As par commenced. i. over this of
ridicule all those whose formally ( In Philadelphia on Saturday t evening bopefullyptom a disposition to
by opinions are worth purify
1629. and hat since mided here until tiant we attach particular importance to theopposition 'plne
year wihl I and
Southern and factions The London Times, in !speaking Senator Se- having. Of course I had no reference to those to 7th instant the; Democrats and the People's ,, t. pltca atmosphere frowndown official
few months past, when he emigrated to Texas cliques to the corruption but the whole
;
ward's recent treats it the of whom tbe resolution had been shown and held and able were matter will be husbej
speech programme who dissented many speeches i
them i is I
'her he .. soon found a grave. I i is with Democracy. Victory over sure and easy. pry meetiog up, usual,and each of the
I will
the Republican and sees in evidences of from and voted on But the Hnrrisburg Patriot be rwad.)
party. when prte
But Southern it accordingly the liJct.
feelings of the utmost sadness that we record the a men, we deplore the waste of time, it with a fat office (
effort and fellow citizens dawning of a more friendly feeling between the resolution was offered-the number of whom, by thinks the fight will not commence in earnest until rousing having taken such a
and the thought
this excellent man, common place' upon wli\h I big risk" serve a
( political friend.
.eath
northern and southern It after the Charleston and Conventions shall t
obituary eulogy and condolence will nl't conveyour might be more advantageously expended upon the States. says that, under "A Democrat' own showing were four whole Chicago Female hearts are in

is idle to talk Southern union outride the organization of the Republicans, aid with the men. Neither did I refer t those sixty-six Democrat have nominated the opposing candidates for the fluttering urpertendomat
sense of appreciation of his character, and regret enemy. I the prospect of an flirtation
derate sketched Mr.Seward the in the Mass who voted for and Presidency. When this is we nening. with Die
of the Democratic We mi programme by Meeting adopted accompli.he. may
for his loss. Thomas ROB was a man worthy party. free acknowledgethat Prince of who be
North be able without bluster the resolution but I of outsiders to enter the most tremendous and exciting W.le. wi probably invittj
of his country and hi* age, I model pioneer iu the the party has now and then made mistakes, may plotting or to ; spoke both Demo expect upon to cross over from Canada has
roll back t he tide slave-holding and whom I have heard contest ever experienced in this country. during visit to
mention
and its is often below its aggression. I catIroince
work of building up this nation, a roan whose that performance promise cr.t .Orpiion. In Spain is, or used to
ge.t is admitted all hands that will Lethe it oe,
of action though comparatively humble and All human institutions are imper -The Shah of Persia is dead. He was, for an the relutoD though it very to the on Pennsylvania for ladies customary
sphere J..fesion. QPprop' young to be attended duenna.
bya
s flceliSTy and perfect in iu kind. His character fet trle policy of the South is to join the oriental, a good ruler and more progressive and time and the place; and no one but. ," battle ground This State, says the Patriot, that Victoria like It
': will decide the Prt the electionwas appears Queen a mother
rare combination of strength, party and strive to purify and perfect it, not to tolerant than any of his predecessor His dum-fouodere and surprized would have imagined next iJeueI pf.t.nt
was wet r-a she is, the
th.t else. to be held now, we have not a doubt that the A appliea system t her el lest son, who'"whene'er
make war robes and were the most magnificent anything
which command and inspires upon i. equipments
and
ness purity, rrf| he takes his "
love Ala, how many of our ltt 01. citizen. The levees of the Mississippi river occasionally in the world lie was worth his weight in gold "A Dtloerl" still says: "A majority seemed to Democracy would sweep the State. Our success watched by a rigid old w.lk abr.J. i eloselj

line within a few mouths. One by give way under the pressure of the affluent flood of Iht he had clothes on. act upon a proposition which could not be attended can only be endangered by the prevalence of unwise selected gentleman
the
pawed away by Queen for this
counsels Charleston and of this hare, little post ii
we
that which they were designed to restrain, but The House Committee Affairs with any practical results and claims that a ma a ; imp tnt a
one they go, 1 suddenly, 1 silently, we cannot ,'atcl on Foreign on General in tIe Britifh army-

feel they are .ead We have known them f would any sane man, therefore pro]>ose to level the 10/A holed authorized its chairman to report jority of the whole number present did not vote fear. now-a rigid disciplinarian,and, to the escapes climax me

long that we still 'unt them in places of State, of I them with the ground ? What the levees are to favorably on the passage of the Senate bill, appropriating upon the prop..ioD. and .Y nil" cannot successfully Knaaa an inveterate old bachelor, who frowns cop

church and. mart, and ttart to thiuk that they 11"1 j the Mississippi valley Is the Democratic party to f50.fO for the reception and entertainmentof contradict it" .Yeritas; in his communication The bill for the admission of Kan.a into the upon young ladies whose demeanor i i. deemed terrifically!

pasted beyond the swelling water Let u* hope the South. Let every true man then aid in making the Japanese Embassy.. did successfully contradict it, so far as the Union, .passed the House ')a vote of 134 yeas biO calculated t put naughty thougltt, in heal ly

that their example may raise up men worthy to stronger and broader and more secure. the foundations Mr. Redpalh has private letters from Port-au. community is concerned,and proved by "A Demo I t) 73 nay of his young charge, who it will be remembered tle ,is

which the This crat" himself that, according to the rules of all deliberative The bill declares that the State of Kansas shall
honest industrious is wisdom [
upon "
fill their places Strong euergelic. party)r.'sl. Prince, w hich tite least 25,000) will be contributed "scarce 19 year old. Although watched
a ,
this is bodies,the majority of the whale number be admitted into Union under the 1 elAtely
and noble spirited-such man, patriotism. Wyandotte
of the however
generous I by the people Ilayti to the family of John the Prince has already a tbe .
t and such fill the of Thomas -- present in the Mass Meeting did vote fer the reso Constitution on an equal footing with the original acqcired reputation
only, Cn place Is Brown and he it assured, also, by a gentleman who of .(
; being a
JAMES GMFFIX, Smcainr, tc.. ADJI'E 4, SEWELL, lution. But .A Democrat" remindsme of the fellow States in all whatever. The boundaries ut" young man ; which of

v*. CHAS. OBMO.M, smvivixa PARTNER ORHONDt has just returned from the Island that UJOO in who said the horse was fifteen feet high-he respects course, make him all the more delightful) the
the the Western of Missouri t
New Adyerl.enlenU.Mr. I has said and he intends begin point on Lund.ry
Yorso.-AB extra session of the Supreme Courtwas specie have already been collected and depositedfor it to stick to it If A at ladies.
D. Richardson offers at private sale a valuable Democrat believe in his own where the thirtyseventh parallel of North
the of la des don't
held in this on Thursday last, the family JJarlyr a Cat Xoirt. TerAetifhe An enterprise has been lately started in tid.city
with dwelling and out building, city ,1 don't believe what he says himslf-there i* no latitude crosses the same line, thence west on said
plantation James L. Guest Democrat ha been elected by Dr. G. Q. Colton, of Row. which tho.ld
Judges present Judge Forward delivered the opinion use to introduce any more evidence on the subject. the meridian of longitude 3 P.rk

i Wakulla county.. of the Court in this case, which had been arguedat Mayor of Columbia, Tennessee. This is the second Again, our saying that I A Democrat" loves self parallel t tWtnl-.ff receive the of all who are iattrested ia cul

Mr. R. IL Berry will offer at auction, on the S8lh the January term and taken under advisemen'. time, we believe, nays the Louisville Democrat, in and party, as a means to promote self, better than west of Washingon. thence north on that meridian tivating the.uppr t.te the people for york of art-
also of i to hurt and be U> the ( of latitude, thence east on
instant valuable lot of Furniture- a pair country seems warns us "judgenot orieh parallel .
a t Th. f- ;t; utnr
The decree the of the that Columbia baa > acquiring a fair iote'lectotl edneation.
of the -
Court below was reversed and corporate history place "
not sold at private sale, less we be judge. de. and wishes to leave ito wild paraiui to the western boundary of Missouri,
Hones lit
private .Iei the case remanded for further proceedings. This had a Democratic Mayor. tiia Mmon acqua.t.nce WhiCh of the thence south with the western boundary of that at a trifling expense, ar* generally conceded

they will L sold at auction. The same gentlemanoffers two are more desirous for office, .A Democrat" or lie much greater here than in m. countries of
ease ba been in different Courts of the Territory -The Ladies of the Mount Verraon Association State to the t >t
residence of lienf t.e "Yeritas." I that place beginning; nothing
for rent the well known [ perfectly willing our acquaintances PrTid.c
and StAte for nearly thirty )yean. have paid for Mount Vermon, and have f?oO in and "A aA Democrat" himself shall judge me contained in the Constitution of Kansas shall be Europe-an education not.thorough or extendingover

Gibbon. & The marine- Bank- y possession, t restore it to what it win in its palmyd.iyi by all the fact in the caw, and I (tD not but that construed to impair the rights of person or property a wide a field, of course, as thst) enjoyed by

Messrs. lop\in. Meginnis a.heris Con Robbery. ; but it is estimated that they will need f 140- he and they come to the unanimous conclusionthat now to the Indians in the Territory, the privileged classes of older conntr.et, but nevitheless -
The Savannah of
Gins for sale. JieptbllfaH aturJ.1st rays: though I have one office from the pcrtaiuinl sufficient to place a far
1..t people
000 to in perpetual security and persevering youth
more, keep
----.-- We are pleased to learn that the, Marine Bank hatsucceeded it good yet 1 have nevr.r.J, deed or action according existing treaties, nor shall .their territory enough ahead to enable iiim to .lete with th
coor ,
Tallahassee Debating Club. in recovering $43.10- the amount order. sought promotion ; and, if office has to be obtainedby be included with the Stale until said tribeshall *

The meetings of the "Tallahassee Debating dub" crutly abstracted from the vaults of its agency re atColumbus. The Charleston .Yiric gives notice that the delegates chicanery oral the expense of county or friend signify their assent thel eto. Until the next aid CCut-bok and by pr.cica contact with th:.

$.ave teen changed from Friday t lon.taye! The entire amount of the robbery was to the Charleston COI"Ctoni have to I or by the compromise of any. honorable feeling I general apportionment. Kansas shall be entitled to world any eEt3ribifl1t of studies which, I'* may tlioow
would have it. Can A Democrat" as to But "
although of time ele-
ignoran.-e
Ig! A. J. PEELER. St-c'y. ?15,342 ; N the rum eli misMng is a fraction over submit: to worse LIU than those of the Hotel keep- much n"t I don't know that I can positively say locate one member in the House ofRepreltnt'lve. The pursue.branch "
I mentary ** i* more rare he>e than ia mos
----- e2,404which, H thougllt- eventually besaved el'. Musquitoes mire getting plentiful there. yon but whether I know anything of your antecedents remainder of the bill contains the usual land provision
i
wi other
Broke Jail.V countries, we stand low in thfe wale of Uttt
words
to time Bank. A general council of the chiefs of the six Nations or not, by your and actions of late and conditions.]
\ learn that the six bel ngingto Major have passed,judgment on and how for the fine arts. This results from the fact that
ngo. Of the amount recovered about you yourl. bill has to the Senate
tO,000 were Indiana, residing along Grand river Canada, The yet pass
J. Ii Walt*. who were''/freJ iu the Madison jail, can Oltiden help accepting UII You we have few opportunities for cultivates our tastes,
found under a bridge or crossing in t!!c outer edge was.held! in the past 'n eck. Among other business acknowledge that if the entire county were united .
under sentence of death for the niuider of their compared with the privilege enjoyed by the older
of the city, and the remainder under a front stoop I of transacted the step was with the Democratic party the county would be Lawiofthe United State*.-An act authotizing
Overseer, Mr. M. l. Griffin, broke jail on Monday the thief been hard ill'rnc iuiiiatory safe, and in your last communication "invited the I publishers to print on their paper the date when nations, which, crowded into a small space, hav
having evidently pressed by the taken by Red men for joining in the great ovation
thc
night last.Bouiitr Opposition to come and form a part and parcel of subscriptions expire, and in relation to the pottage on comparatively easy access to the masterpieces ff
---- -- vigilance of his pursuers and forced to a summary I t l he given t his Royal Highness the Prince of and then to the resolution letter
our party, ol.jeet of Dr. drop : art of all ages. Dr. Colton, who it the proprietor

Land for the Florida Volunteer and hurried deposition of his ill gotten gin Wales. Parkhill on a count indefinite character, a Be it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Repreeentatiteeof of the world-renowned allegorical "Time

In the Representative on the Cth instant Tt most paiuful part of story to be you tern it. say, '-it places the Oppositionupon the United Statet of America in Vongret painting
e tl The Democrats have carried Albany by 800 "
lou Court of Death executed iLlustriout
in
than attembled That the second clauaeof Baltimore, by our
Hawkins unanimous consent, :.ntroduced a told, and we record it with a sincere regret. A I a far leUer/ooling our own party. They scion
Mr. to l.iM majority. George I. Thacher, their can can act with !in cur deliberations and consultations third of the Act of thirteenth August eighteen ban countryman Rembrandt Peale, in 18.0 ,

bill granting bounty lands to soldiers engaged in yonng gentleman of higlll.r"ptct.le connection, : di.lltl. has been elected innyor, and they have a : and, if they are not ,suited rail their own mired and fifty-two, establishing! the rats of postage on and which is valued has initiated
now at
tle Indian war*of Florida vineetheZdMarcli. 1855; and hitbeito nnbleinijird character, who was acting large majority in the board of aldermen. I I standard without being deserters. Now, Mr. printed matter, i hereby so modified a to read .follow $25,000,

vasrefirred to the' Commiitee on IndianAffairs. in the capacity of book-keeprr, in the agency ffor.t. if a "unity of county will save the *, namely : a movement which, if successful, will make Americans

'bic1. nu> ben I rr ted on ttrorg ground of sUFpil'iontllat 111ear Department i is making extensive i "put down abolitionism and secure tons Second : There shall be no word communication as famous, in a few yean, for their apprecistion .

--- he is the author of the felony. For the cake uf I preparation to carry on a vigorous war against the the quiet our homes,'' why do you object t printed on tbe ale after its publication or import the of art as they now are for their enterprise and

Clark's IMow. honest and various tribes of Indians who have for the past year this unity of parties solely because, in your opinion cover or wrapper thereof nor any writing nor mark general intelligence. Dr. Colton to em
as proposes
many bleeding her w.l.bioIgo.t it puts the Opposition on a better footing un upon it, nor npon the cover or wrapper thereof,except
Mr. D. C. Wilson, a well-known citizen of Leon name, we tru -t lie will be able to remove the perpetrated outrages upon emigrants and our mails less you are thinking about eel and party I a pro the lame, tbe date when the ubscripticn expire, ploy the best talent in New York in making finished

S gives the following testimony in favor (f Clark", I cark cloud guiltiness and stand fully vindicatedin ant supply trains on the Santa Fe and other routes. motrr of Plf You must ( your own showing/ I and the address of the person to whom it is to be sent. colored engravings of the best pictures of the tr>.

llow : the vf the world. The Missouri Democratic State convection love tlr party a a means to promote { SEC. 2. And le further enacted, That on all masters of the world, living and dead, and to inof
eyes better the Union be MveJ- I delivered within the limit of
20 18GO. ._ i nominated Jackson for country. I can drop letters any city or each of these
TUL.UUUE llnh -- -- have Cl.iyborn Governor, theft avvrtt at least 100,000 tf-
Two Men Killed. if the greatest gunrnment on earth can be preserved I town by carriers, under theaoiliority ofthe Postoffice
;y Ma. JOSEPH II. ALSTON: Thomas C. Reynolds for Lieutenant Governor. H let us, in name, adopt any mean to Department, one ce.t each hall be charged for the pies at one dollar each, thus placing them withia
The Peninsular of the list ult.
,I Dear Sir-In compliance with your request and Tampa says, that F. Massey for Secretary)' of State, and A W. Morri alain so desirable end receipt and delivery of said letters, and no more. the reach of all classes The custom has hitherto

feeling a deep interest in the recant improvementmade a rumor had readied that place th.t I shocking son fur Treasurer and have, passed resolution approving But would A ( call a definite resolution Approved 3d April, ISGu. been to print some four or five thousand copies

had occurred at A affray on I satief1-hium--a _
by our own citizen in agricultural improve Mr. Uuclnn'. administration ; affirming _-a of really good engravings, and to sell them at (10
which would compel new to nominateall
which resulted in the of two James
ments, and having carefully examined. the }'lo"s etl persll the doctrine that neither Congress nor the Territorial who .1 been recruit organization From the Ch.rlnll Courier,12th inst. each. The first picture selected by Dr. Colton for
persons
lately patented, I herewith furnish you with my Mobley was ejected from a house, when he drew a I Legislature have power to abolish slavery nor longer than themselves to ofce' But M.u1 AJ OT,C-We L.T been sadly annoyedof his experiment is "The Court of Death." to which
fired crowd of 'uPPt late by derangements in mail communications,
pistol and twice in a men-one hut
certificate in regard to the Clark Plow, and whilst taking effect in the abdomen of a man named Wall, I. prohibit introduction into thom TerriUtiie; repudiating afer"old A Demorat"rank Ind file had bt" providedfor promotion, and de j' and we refei to the matter now in reply to many I I have just referred The original picture is this

I would not detract from the merits of any of the the doctrine of unfriendly legUlittiou;*' inquiries and complaints. largest on the continent, covering lit square feet
I a new recruit to serve his country, what
from which he died next day. About the lime sire 'I
others, I am decidedly in favor of this_Plow for the (favoring the fugitive slave law ; charging the invasion become of your resolution then T You would As an : evil of which we complain of canvass and 23 life-.ize figure. It would bt

e' reason, it i one any common Smith can make it is MoLe) fired the second time, he was himself shot of Virginia a the legitimate result of tha teach have to repl it and adopt another. I have more we may state the fact derived from m.i receipts useless for me to describe at length a painting so
down by Capt Jas. F. P. Johnson-the contents of on Monday 9th instant On that day we
honor and
the
stronger and 1\6 expensive i which I consider just I one barrel of a hot gun lodging in hit head. While ings of the Republican party ; repudiating the stereotyped side of pale of time Democratic integrity party of those out to received a letter at Flemington, Fla., on well known as this, and which has beta pronounead

recommendation, and i properly gotten tip, w ill charge of disunion sentiments often the should the January 28th another mailed Quincy, Fla., on by the first artists in America and Europe tofficient'of -
1
felling, he received another load of shot from the repeated suppose they enter organization,they a
give universal satUfactirn. You are at liberty to and fur party effect against the Democratic party would "raise a standard" of revolt and quit because February 29th and another m.ied from Columbus, Itself,both at a sublime composition a great

use this certificate should you deem it of any impr.nce same source, expired instantly.We ; denouncing the doctrine of an irrepressible some "pritate tcik" wns'not gratified. Some Ga., on March 81st. These were all considerably moral lesson, and in finish of execution, to hart
have none ot the details of this horrible affair overdue, as will be seen on reference to the dates,
: I have no pecuniary interest in this conflict" between free and slave labor; advocating of onrbest men in the party were Whig. One of with the mail time and immortalized its now venerable author. Mr.Feal
and may be in error in some of the statements above our Delegates Charleston fur the State at large, I compared proper we
partiality for its inventor over that of any the peaceful acquisition of especially of for t have no reason to believe that other letters, equally; by-tbe-by. la still living and resides Philadelphia,
made, information indefinite. We territory they were
our very ) inllrlce. But suppose 1 tricky .
i
other of our citizens, but opinion based solely and them overdue and mailed from the Pie places or neighboring where he ii his portrait
tny i vouch, however, for the truth in the main of I Cut fa\'utng a judicious system of internal "A Pemort" out, what culd they still DOW engaged on eightieth
are detained or delayed or
jjpon the merits of the Plow. 'i is above set forth. improvement of i5uri. dot They are in the minority before they unitethemselves misplaced.P0tfce of Washington These portrait.h copies, It*

4 Yours respectfully and truly what with the and they would be in the hey from time taken .him from HT*
pry. These letters contained the of original one by
Since the above article was set up, says the East One hun.rt and forty-seven persons were minority unless a portion of the name many newsubscribers
D. C. WILSON. Demo and of these bad written subsequent when he Peal his profeeatonal -
Mr.
tloriJian of the 12th inst., we baT bad tbe pleasure either killed or wounded.by the Papal gent ct armei, cratic party after they get in the organization, and some and In all ( ) wa commencing

: TALLAHASSEE; March 20th, 1860.f meeting Capt. Johnson who informed us that he in the late massacre at Rome, 1roDght on by the they would be powerless if they 'i@he t the eases, letters knowing complaint our accredited inquiry.agent, Mr. te5. career. He i* now 84 years of age. **of
i tb.t
and if did net wish to could "Tb Court
they they Colton's dollar of
f Tills i to certify that I have carefully examinedall appeared before. a Magistrates. Court, held at Sum. I rejoicing of the people at the annexation of Central pry without hurting any stay nr thing-they S.vow .prompt and punctual in business, we superb engraving
: terville the 2Sth ult. Justice to Sardinia The American person at once concluded that his I Utters had been delayed Death, has received the nnqualififd approbationof
the Patent Plows recently invented in this section on Cawidey and Daniel I Italy vice-consul was would len the party just I they found it. The b

of our State, and do not hesitate to ray that in presiding, and honorably discharged, it stabed in the side. Democratic party has no secrets to keep !there offices tlirongh Ime'demngclent or n t.k in the post- Mr. Peale, himself and this endorsement win
would be trouble The truth i is A or 14illilee, on receiving complaintsdirectly properly estimated by who know hOW U1U-
ray opinion. the Clark Plow i. superior to any .to having Wen clearly proven that he acted in self An important schism 1 I.taken place in the no" on th.hcore from a we entered his name and person *
luLpcrber.
Democrat, (from his own showing) has his pegs formly unwilling great artists are to have eopie
simplicity, strength and cheapness cf construction, defence. Society of Mormons. The retiring Saints expect to set for an office and think he has .honeyfuggfed" I forwarded the Couri .ordered. Some of these eaa b*
their taken and bow seldom
a the pictures they
and as a practical mechanic (being a LI.ckmil) prevail upon JOE JMITH become their Presidentand enough into a promise support secure it, complaints are now explained by long delayed
HOOT to J.tro he Orange ID.ect.1le t t letters which have reached us. but it i is probablethat induced to assent to It On* of the religion*jar
would recommend the same t the public: ,as worthy Florida IXtprtck of the 12th inst. : Who High Priest They denounce BRIGUAU YOVHO and, if aUthe.e new rlrit come in, they might there of the
say are more cases same of tbit to-
unite with some of Democracy and knock his many eels states that more than 1,900 copies
vf a trial at least. DAVID C. WILSON. ha not deplored the of this little insect on in bitter terms, charging him with having denied *
ravages
pins down for him before he had quite reached kind.Mr. graving hare been already mailed to different part
our orange trees? But thaaks toa friend in Her the faith, and utterly condemn the practice of pol them. S-iOW i now in Savannah, and will soon r

The Qulncjr and The Democratic principles are and ifcarried tarn t this city when by examining his lil.and of the Union.
M.eto nan do county, a sure effectual remedy been ygamy. immntble. rcfitf'1'
he be ascertain
The Sentinel of the 17lh instant, of the out in good,faith by tbe county can accounts., can CU6Mr tu Great preparation are making fr the
t speaking at last discovered. simple atd The Baltimore that the his letter have in the *
It easy Clipper says new code of reaching veek'
i s that
resolution appoint delegates to attend the Baltimore defy the world I the party, though, is on such a. many anniversaries which will commence-next
tt t any on* can try it Plant some common gourd seed (,f Maryland provides that-" any person belonging "A Democrat that Conner ofce Meanwhile we beg, as a special of DOW
passed by the Opposition meeting I poor found.ton. supposes in fortnight earlier than usual. It fa worthy
Cn\loton. aLut your tree and let the vine cover tb. I to this State shall go out of this State, and there a few minority can reolulonia. and destroy for. any gentleman nori.ta Georgia or
hld in Quiocy on the 7th iD&tnt and whetherthe entrely.4r.nz.( will do, if not troubled)and the let i* of no use our I who lia*given his name a* a eLarbr that two other important events of a
I country.
action of the meeting intended bind the disappear and your trees flourish. Our marry with any person belonging to this State, Bat, it it g.definite it resolution means a reso for the Courier, and ha not received taper diff.rentcimrscter will take place at that

t friend tells that lie tried this plan with tuc- without license or publication, of the said perhap due will communicate directly this
el parties wit Cbariet
Opposition So this the of the BalUupce U b. I all wbo enter the party to pledge tme. Democratic National Convention at
support
St t cei and now he satisfaction of seeing his on conviction, shall b fined one hundred dollariT themselves to support and vote for all men and e the fight between Tom and the BenleU B7in
a. *ay*- tree thriving and no of this trouble- Our exchange in Georgia and Alabama Bayers
Dom1e Appearance measures concocted u answer assuredly not. The resolution someInsect about them. I i a simple and cheap tbe machinations of a few wire-pulling upon demagogues people will oblige ut also b, lftng the abtne. of this England. Bj the-by. I haT som Me* 1

nei.lh.er dea'gned; for, nor could 1 have such an effect remedy. Try It I A British vessel in the African (trade undergo this is what you mean, Mr. Democrat-if thi I. explanation, justice .1 cOLceml. in or down to Charleston If I ean raise fand80"

t The determination oRbs meeting was dexidedly -m I ing repair at Bristol, England, allows the extraordinary I the way you intend to fix them, 1 they can't der t show our fend In. given their to stand time high prices there. If I <. g' J'

t Jcave members at the meeting free toselect Georgia and Flro Bomndry.-A. despatch from I I pewer of the iword fish. A fish drove iu "detert". you had better commence turning out'' names to time of ( la. r"uo of the non- may depend on hearing from me, proved
$ nominee of the Baltimore or CharlestonConvection Arkansas, from reception paper
Washington say sword through adouble sheathing of a plank crowded state of the city will lear me
4 or some loyal ttzea of the South, as I Committee on Publio Land, obedience io* copper is nominated at Charleston by some political I -_4--- -

their candidate for the Presidency, It i JOt atractioM of a resolution of the Senate, b reported two and a half inches thick and deep into one of chicanery and forced upon tbe good and coostitntional I Lanncbi at Key Weal. so that I can write.

explicit on ths point I It migbt I.e. but luah a bill to settle the tile to 1.0.along boundary ship's timber, when the weapon broke short off. portion of the Democratic party South and \ -
.I' I The Key Oulfol6th instant the
F .itbout the intention. line Georgia and was ordee t a < they refuse t Tote for him, are hey0 be styled I oflht wys Te 1ap.ssDate. "

The Committee were appintt.to a\r third reading and pas ud. I quiet time purchuert Ia Cincinnati!, a woman was sentenced Io four deserter This i i. a pretty state of affairs, that one fine schooner which has been in th. course of construction .from tka Frwevto to the Sdln-Unt. M

Baltimore Convention, Il.doe the members ; public land the United State in mouth's imprisonment for stealing a ham Her husband man, "A Dot for iO.lDCf. or a saU por : for tome time past for Mr.John Curry, Sen., been received at Si. Louia The U ludPowbattan "
,at may fan! within the Stale of Georgia. un of shall set him With ti"
of the meeting to it action simply t Flora on hearing the sentence, bowed politely ton great party, was launched this morning. SJie it K beautiful ve* bad arrived at Sea mocltco
m de adj.ltml'lt of boundary between the twoStates t themselves as th. embodiment of principleand cHJ 0
up
: : serve and advise 'itl the member, and r'Jt 011 aD.also of Irnte the Stale of Gcor- j' the Court and expressed himself much gratified a think and speak for the whole county and.if kI of abu .ITO ton. and .been christened tb* Japanese Embawy. They will renjai
is the AlintieStste5.
nitrth
q thcU flu" citizens o the ?Utr." gia, when lands ;! Florida. j' the result. any dare dissent, they arc to be branded a de. .Mate*/".. -- I

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Early Settlement Tallahassee. Hut catber' at Key W>%.. Land for Sale. I I J. E. GREGORY & CO, FEW GOODS
of !
The L-y.i Me tht 7th instant _
o We extract the following from an 1<.1itori.1 Icon epondenoo *- a"l My-: situated in Wa- JK.Yhotanl .
buys rpflE following described lands I I (SriTEtsoxs TO E .tAD. ,)
o. .nal. of the Pe tf.III l Cattttt j- Wttt Flea ida Our th..rllmtt.u become of no _L kull eonnty, some ten miles west of Newport ,.
in t
ta1! \ and Retail Dealer*
,z \l ni\cTox.(. April 16th.-In tbe:At.. \\111. Adcrrtiitr relative t.. tl.. catty! stVment: <,r T.dlnhaiaee. use, not being 'ntftS" to indicate'the Intense I and sir miles ort.. of the Gulf of Mexico,are offered\ I '

.- 3JascIIUs e.U, introduced a bill for the more. ( It will no d.iu'jt In a huLls ut ictvrtkt to all h.I' we h't_ \.- wee:p8"t" : fur tale, containing two thousand acres in<>re or hess, : DRUGS AND MEDICINES FOR
: -- -- th ,tract !
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-- will ettleineijt ,
there two *on
are improved
f frituIl) ppreaeJoo of tin African slsvt trade. Ths who read it : t J.4 1 SO> Lon I
:
: C. 1I Gin-Houre and S-rew each Nrg>o Colint.Cr & SUMMER
1 ,:wiimittes oa the Jndicisrjr enquired into tb. ex T.LUUU- r, s..1'h" lbr-r III>, I JSiJ. I .4? r1 tTI rF .reH"mh..le that a rCjlllrmClnt House and other o n.ce"J1. .; SPRIG ,

t ,,Ji iejof further legislation relative (o thearr It was in the ,.....tis ..I.ril., :K'4 ll.-.ttli< (first C;; ''if i lie lJstge taki-a rb..t! thr !5eflIe hell this'' acres c1etrel the hundred acre of p'-o
..JtJio B ro.rll. Jr.. aud Snuborn.Hie wagon was seen wti.Jmg its de H-t<. "II y thiongU j uI 'eollnl. p.-Trln: IIUt>TOt S, to Uilame good .ak. hickory and At THE
utled resolution ( that p.rt of tt e wilds ol l'l..riJi wtiich IJUWunsLi- I Arrl el. U91 &e'-etii-y. i pine land; will sell at a re'n4bl" price. Any one
a by three !
llou I ma-
vry I tute the Middle Ju-lical District. Tlie noni of she 1 __ I wishing further intelligence can find out br addressing '
"x in adjourn till tbe first oNaA tall iutra forest were oflcti err.i...1. while in ,pur. nit of till ir I I -- D. RICIIAII1)SON.ipii C 11 SLI.CH" .Gf ROOMS

,': i Ir tht. #iij-|.-fwi.a 'tf tbe t! H-li.; n-; do |I.,. Illco..hJ tjanir, tot jf.iic wuti! .1\.ler at the .Ir t..r. Spfcinl i 1 It 0 I r r !. j I :. 21. 1S6.0. l-3m Wakulla e >imlExecutor's \ ._ I

t \ ,I' .f. \ .-.1 "a. ifft irr.1. A I ill T\.., j-..:| l 1,1. iioiueiiv]. fur thero "a. not a being aiming tl.em I C

i J'I.all"1t ("ur hundred thuitxiud dulUis tout | wilu'ii w ft. knowledge .o strance I vehicle was cr- Jr. Eaion's Infantile% Cordial Notice.A"fOTlCE LTAVE on Li at the old stand,"ign of the Jor :

.j I' .,,oruiled "stal Mrrke.CXJVGRFiSSIONAL.. 1 w fcwen t. distuik this rx..! of lh.-ir M.I.Urv rtiiroineut. I! I>r. ..,'. JufUlile Cordial is mnniLabte for its 'I I i i. heieby 'given to nil persons having I JJL tar, C'rr cC Clinton and Monroe stro _, a '
| { lIor were they crucible tbl tit,. was the day. w.nideiful rmf3ci l effects in the treatment of cl.il- j i' J claims pg innt the estate James L. 1lrt. de I large sod complete 81'1 of pure I G.V.\ &

;i I I star uhich warned ihvm to prepare u l-a\e t'.e la mlI dtc-li. For Ciotip. d\t. t of their father. whma bont-a for cei.turici had mingled aud mothei I MUlbcolicated Edwin A. Hart
,BtfOTr'. \pril 17.-Tho resolution offered in I uever 1"1 surpnMrd, flicuM ntall times ; them duly t Painlf Oil. Tvr.I .
wih the .I> frnn "which they raised their I ,Dge-Stl, hpiril
f very law
--iiP. for recess .as defiled. The rest of theix I-a. 1 piotiJed with 1 nppy! as they value (helites within the time required by or --
brrad. The WI cry piety (whotouxiMed of (women, and the .comfort of their little oue this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery ; I 1'lnil YaruisJics, Jirushfs. Cawjiliene '
.iirj:* are iminiportant.In two nonieii tnu ctiiUreu IU\lI. uubtto man,) st and all indebted said estate will Fluid Wiiuhx
;' j Tlc preparations of HlinFood\ are among ( persons to i please Hurtling of
House, the resolution iutrudueed length itnived in the nuriniij of the t.h of I Vic month leI Every Variety Rcquirel-
the for an most in.poit.int dii-coveiies of the age They are come forward and male immediate paymeut. Glass, Putty, tyx-., $'c. Good
/ inurnment till the first of Mar. was rejected. by the way of a gentle! rio upon the cmm.t; of a bold I not m icnw.bat food< for tbe blood ; already pi e- PENELOPE: HART, Exrcutrix.. I with fine assortment of in this
a ,
bill defeated. com..in
T:,f Pi-Dciency was,- I base a beautiful it'ulet "..,"nd. r.d counethuV III"arre in acti'Hi ; and wluit one gains, he trtaiu. The April. 21. i8Pih( _ 17-8w TOILET AND FANtV ARTICLUS, .
EXPRESSED COMPANY a rich h.iniuiock. Here tIle) m..l a 'lull and one of Blood Food! i ia a scientific ciscoer-ry. differing fn'iu I I CONSISTING OF a
ROBBED. I the cruili-nien by familiarity nrh the will rners.wn I nil cities roil thlut'i.t For Sale Hair Tooth and other Brushes
: ; f'I dHisimiption, Superior -
You April 17. The safe of the Adnm' enabled diwo I'eht Il I Nai. Ladies Dress Goods .
\t' soon to r (though almost vb'iteratrd: ) ;
coinpl.iinii! dmpe.sia, end other di- fronting I Horn, Irory and Rubber Drts-
1 ipr.'i" coming ou the train from Boston was rob- the only marks which the COM rnor in his Proclamation i !r'a.l' incident to lie I""KI I fl moo., i is unequalled rpHE TRICK InrO BUIIDSG., as the ;

t ;.a-t ,iii. l't near New IIaten.of.xtrtn th I I Commissioners.the& t of Goveri.mrnt F.orid.i; I ice. U/ii Pomatums ; Chice BBAVF DRY GOODS
tutr. is two fifty feet front by forty Sop
f ,"_?<. Hie CuiujMiny todjj juid evtry receipt Our I in "olt'I.
:: ., pSriy was not long selecting a rampu.g groundS 3:%- S.Ih 'ili..nri.t; deep, containing eight! large rooms, and rents the l'efumrT.4-cS, 6fC., 4c. ,
; : :!, 1111111. pitched their lent al-out told...v of the ic.utl.tiii reasonable .
TS.ilebAinei. > eut tight hundred dollar. Fur further All of at tij
} J l\.I\ pr year wi.1 prc.
'l -- slope whtt-h inighi ..11 IHJ taken for a 'land of the particulars enquire on the premises of keeping constantly supplied with all
artile t(1
f MARKET REPORTS. rime*. To the touihwaH and wr.t.crJ the country -TnIUTI 0( KESPKCT.---- I H. L. RUTGER. Agent. line, and by strict attention t endeavor PLANTATION GOODS,.
i if oi>eiic l ta their view like a m ifiifocnt I merit the lank iTtd
t ,i<:::-;"". Apil 17. Salt*500 Kale Mai let gently undulated and tn.U.d with beautiful basin park, At a called meeting ot C >ncordi* Lodge, No. 28 -April 14.1860.-- 1-2t t preducessor.Physicians patronage. heretofore

f .' "tI.ly, : i.n<..hangrd..oAXNAif. .fbmpid water-at th-ir test a chr) tal fountain I tit following preamble and resolutions were unani : upon 8

i -. April 17.-210 LaId K.ld. Market gushing from the declitity, of the t.III-Io the esstard mously adopted : SINE c PAPY Prescriptions. IiBiOl

: the view was more etinfiu.-.l l.y the tllidc folinpeot WmaE: \ It has, pleased the Supreme Architect of TALL.IASSEE FLRIA. Particular attention paid &Prescript iocs-cam

'' : t 17' ,uao.kratebunes. 1 the undergrowth wlm-li .ern, to Kirrcn the view\ the Universe!; to rtuiove fr'.iu our inidtt. in the & (Eonimisaion j1frrcants (fully compounded from Pure Mediciues.at all hum-s
\LV VoRk. April -Only a
lhouh not the sound uf and
I a beautiful cascade, whK.h of his early our beloved ducfon day nighlMarc
,. .11 luttim.. ; LOGO 1-aU-s *ld. Market Heady.liiglnta I was formed by the rivulet a.ve! described filiine ovrr years brother, DAVID Iltlwu.; Ih"r..furt\tl .AND 24, SCO. 15HOPS. '

; --- -- a ledge of rocks into a deep' glen,winch form almost lhatve low in humble submission to C.fO DEMURS IN ALL Kiyt OF Tfi fMMfN S-
Rtol.td HERB AND
TjIRESII *
at Cliarlenloii. of about .arel. SIAKER'S
J in
seventy diameter and
disappear decree which ha' removed from our HEAVY STAPLE DRY GQODS JD EXTRACTS.
I 1'',,_ 1'.,;crsl>urg Express Mj.*tlie ,ote .,the Vir- : at the bottom of the same ledge of r.'kll. very nii.Ut a brother so n-eful and highly esteemed.

: ,a .!.I..n" to Charleston will eland tints : f fi' Dear thl'cascade lu the afternoon our ojlvau I party Rtoltt, That A I Ltxg! .we will chierieht his ;SISTING IX PAKT Or --LIVER-- Ruahton's Celebrated

', II, Hunter! 19. commenced building und in two da}. were enabled t>> memory iu our I.urt and-that we will wear the Calicoes, Bleached and Brown Domestics, COD OIL Br.nd. Embroideries and Hosiery,
secure themselves thrir furniture from the ",'alh. usual badge mourning for the space thirty Jays Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware and

Mateu.- -. OTouuor.iU t'rln, the first house ever built in Tallahassee. The, JiiiolrrJ That the Secretary be directed to In- Crockery, Fancy G1terit Provisions "O oob:Po1ash, I ISORTSupply

same day in the evening Judge Robinson and S. M'C.1I -- scribe a blank ,page of the record tuck with the 4 ,
and
7imu of the 13th inst. this
Apalsehiwla Cigar
SlIp eq., arrived with hands and put up three buildings name and age of our deceased Brother. o {
iwn taken up (rum the Circuit Court for this to accommodate the Legislative Council, which Iif olvtJ, That we deeply tnpathise with the, every brand Fine Brandies Fesh BOOTSJSHOES

.lUf1h'. to the Supreme Court upon a .rit of erroi was expected to tr.eet in Ma y follow'in;,and in a few flmi.f our departed Brother Jn their atHictiun Jf Wines, Putty, 0'
: days a small atore was erf'cl..d. after which little of these resolutions be transmitted Rock Potash Varnish While Lead
\\ i Itjira that the cause of the prisoner was argueJ I very a copy JfC. AND
AND VARNISHES
OILS
PAINTS
improvement was made for time .
tli great ability by I). I*. Holland. II q. but the some iu consequence to (bis wi.how.1eaQlLed. They would also inform the citizens"f Talabasee ,
of the session of
the
Council
I being postponed until That the resolutions be published in and American Window Glass
and that ,
surrounding they keep
i:,' Mim for a new trial eat denied Iy the court.- November, as also the many and almost insurmountable the Tallahassee vipere.OR band country, constantly FRE.WI Pure Lead

Tie duty vow devolves upon the Circuit Court of obstacles which at times seemed preclude the o Snow c Sn. ct fiNG
-- -- -- -- --- --
d ii.s,: county; to ncutence th* prisoner at the May hope of ever removing tbe Indiana from this section V Alt V. Bacon, Sides and Shoulders, Hams and Varnish, Paint and Sash Brushes.
of country ; so firmly were they attached intheir native the residence Floor of every brand,
and it it lie will le executed in Pied on Saturday 24th ell at of
.t.lOfl. probable s >i il! that they would make the most frivolous ASSORTMENT OF FEATHER DUST- .
excuses ,
which they receive fresh from New Orleans the tfi
her 1'encac.da, KOSA CAMERON 0 FINE
J.uc neit. for procrastinating their departure and nothing piretits. near arrival of the steamers at St.Marks, and fli e determined J..dJtL
--- but the peculiarly: firm and n..Iue.e mild and daughter of Hon. A. K. and Julia! H. Maxwell, aged to sell -- -- -
Opposition to the Democracy.We prlua5ive best and Com moo. tt.xi.c3.
measures adopted by the Executive, five G"VE.
commend the following found and sensible have removed them without resorting to MTlitsry years.._ Cheap for Cash.
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\jews from all opposition p.ipr tll the Old Line force. The Act providing for the laying of the We would be glad to have a call from our feo.I EROSENE, Lard, N eat Foot and Train Oils,
tt hip: :- town ofTa'lahiassre, Ac a Howt'e the right ( preemption Jip} llrtus. and promise them that we will spare no IT Linseed Oil (boiled raw,)
to all th.-se who houses within thelimits please them. Our prices are not eorLitDt-al we Fluid Le.Spice's .
.. 11,0 buit -- -- -- ,
OrivsiTK'N NATIONAL Coon:>T; X.There will be Burning Camphene OIL CLOTHS AND MATTING
of the ask is Call and
town previously to approval of the a living. judge yourselves. -- ,
1 1Id in all pn>l>ability, according to published, bill, which wa the 1 Ith Dec, and when the Commissioner POUT OJ ST. WA IKS. April 14, 1860. 16-tf
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_. &c.
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merit ill numerous >iiiiU throughout the I __ __ _
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ftat" | c tin- -- -- -- ---- -----
under that Act proceeded to tbe lots & CURTAINS
CORNICES
oiiMitutioiial I'uion Convention in the 'tl ARRI VEt). I
fa" City on the 5th and, 6th of April, 1S25. there were but aix Groceries &c. tNNAMON, Cloves, Nutmegs. Race, Ginger do
i,1: I'::iltiiii.>rf. on the Sth day of May next.fi 15th. Ste m hip Crewel! from Key West,
claimants for that Apri Agol. V_ / ground Jamaica Ginger, White and Black
privilege. : TT XTRA and Flour > ; ;
!is National Constitutional I'nioii (nvrntional m.i.( passengers (Male the trip from Superfine Hardware and
.At this time the town contain than liar St Marks Bar Left PJ Mustard Cayenne and Black Pepper Cutlery,
.i. if it dors anything nominate candidates for more fifty Cedar K.I to in six hours.) same :, New Orleans aDd Crushed Sugar See.Alspe.
house, of which Jay for New Orlt'8nl Celery Nice Olive Oil.
many are by quite large Superior Green and Black Tea Sed.
:'i. lu'.lk'y! and Vice Presidency, provided it Ot'UIie April 1?. Stranmhlp Galveston Hutchin. from New Or. ,
,',. nut' ..,.I.r..* the CharltMon noigine**. If it families ; there is now one loule public worship, '.111 with IT. S. mail and pmwnger and 2CKX) hbt*. noise Soil.i and Butter Crackers, Macaroi. TTtLAVORIJJO of all kinds.TSIJfGLASS NAILS IRON AND OILS
: t- 1 t'i' hitter 'rit"tire. jood remit from one school house, two very commoioU hotels, seven frPipbL Left same day fur Ibe South Florida Port Colgates No. 1 Soap, EXTRA ,
; m.ny stores and one Apothecary's the mechanics 19. Brig Munroe,from New York,with assorted Potash .
u"aoDte. Concentrated
shop ; Ley. ,
,;-.1 i inn If it adopt*the former and put forth a mJic. sundrlra. &bLit1
; t.v'Let: platform etc.. much shops are one printing office, two .hm.kt'r t".o & Extra Gloss Strb.Rlley's .
i I. :: .ir injury may re- Gelatine ,
: \\\if\ iN uth from the triangular content which blackmitl18. one in tailor the, three brickyards of &c. Nor Brig J.G. Anderson CU.rFD., King for Apclachicola,with Candy, ._I__ Fresh Lemons by every. Steamer. t ft
v ,;i ii.ii<-. : ni country vicinity the town been less AprilS 111. ,. Havana Cigtrs
prol'fic: although the lands were sold at a very in- K. II. Gamble, for with Decider's Anti nervous Smoking Tobacco,
I'ieouth.' a' well us the Union it <-lf, l.asall to 13 PI"II. Apaalhirl. 4 RESt! Chocolate, Cocoa,Farina
,< aid, iii-thjfl:te gain. by three parties entcrini au.pici"uI."uo./, (('p.ist the middh of May) for within 14..tar,80 Samson bbla. .,,rll.rhoff,I or t.bll New rpinl York lurpenLhc.with 6--2 I, Rail Road Scotch Snuff F Corn Starch, Bermuda Arrow Root, :FuFt-r3IIII
five miles of there Bril .
:' rrt- id<.titial ( n. CircuinManccH wholly town are now ever twenty farms, 4 cases tbD"c 75 bale yarn, 3 bbl rosin, -O -ALSO- Tapioca Barley Sago. ic.J3URE .
\ plantations.: &0 ,( ; con"iJ.rlblp bal been hides,S ,
,i-\,.ml 1 the reach ,. the ..ilie.n-aud raised this year one gentleman about I mile from I Cream Tartar, Sup Carh. Soda, JTDAgricultural
party | the only feaiI -- --- ---------- -- -- Cans Lard .
,. town has a small field of Set Island and Upland cotton 5 Superior Country JL Sal Soda, Alum, Sulphur
,,1.1(1.111 which, it elf Salpetre.
I ( presents to fight he aeet COIYll ercial. For sale by G. & J. MEGINNISS.
which
to of similar kind raised
equal any Indigo. Copperas,
nai!h.wt" Abolition with of IIIPfl de
any insurance sue April 14, 16CO. 16-6t Implements
in Georgia Carolina -- -- -- -- -- --- __
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,' i Tlii i. we regret a trongly as one else
j,...l.\| can ; but as common 'en TAU.AHASSLC. 20th. 1SCO.COTTOX. .
''. ....mmon nense men, we ark what' is the use of Another Contempt Cane.ROSTOV April

qUSI .Iliiit|| shout l that which i U a* fixed as destiny April ".-Snnliorn, who refused to an- .-Our sales ro this week it 10 bales st 8 lui) REAL havana precious SEGAR, IIOIJLDER BRACES, different kinds A large assortment of the abore articles -

)JI..lf i .rit .clinz in a manlier calculated to sacri- awer the summon calling for lilt appearance before Sea Island at 15 to : with a dull Markt-U a Mauna, bright as a stur."

:n<" our see ,,;,,, Urmse our party preferences the Senate Committee, engaged in investigating MEl[.1 COLES, Cotton Frokera.lthi I For sale by DENHAM. constantly on hand and selling
imposMlile of Lvlization. It is not likely the April 7 1860. 15-tf yjTEIMSTKEET 4 CO'S INIMITABLE HAIr
_ _
4 41"1"", nominee ,HI U any favorite of ours. the Harpcrs Ferry affair, was arrested at : JLJL: COLORING, warranted to restore grey hr at tho

1:v ft.'in it. ltiit. if the Constitutional rights ofiieSUili Concord, X. II., last night. He was subsequentlyrescued The Isles of Greece, the Isles of Greece." to its original color al the Corner Drug Store.

will, l 1"'l'IIf in M. 1.-', u -. -. ,.,-, by the citizen, and retained by untila bbrrisrmrnts. I NOT the Lard, but pure BORDEAUX OIL for J. GREGORY t CO. Lowest Cash Prices.
;",I" ,! li" .HHMliniturter the government justly habeas Urucd. A bearing tlt"1 = -= I us.-. be bad at DENHAM'S.April March 24. 1860. 13.TDROF. .
rorjiuias progressing Grand Presentment. .tt. mat March 24 1860. 13
IOW
Jury ,
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I
without .
: ''TJlju'tiaU regurd to section latitittlei 15-If
; __ ____ DARB-TsTpROPHYLACTIC -
in this before full tench -
of the Superior
city a I FLUID
,..n.ill1.1.-all.1 if he i i. the only man with lion 'TE the nnderfijnrd. Grand Jeror of fie 8t.IeI 3> wcQcI'
i r ?\aiM the remotest cloture of defcatin<; Seward Court. The Legislature tabled a tot of resolutions ', t of Florida, in and for the County of L m, at .There be Good Spirits and Bad' JL at the Corner Drug Store

i,-1 ".rei' \I..liti..ni why should vre not take authorizing State's. Attorney to appear the session of the Circuit Court. at its (prinj Term, the pure Spirits for preserving Peaches and J. R.GREGORY. A CO. TOE

I 'n" "Half! a loaf to a hungry rnun is in his defence. A. D. ISGtl, in.ike the .following presentment to theHonorable BUT can found at March24,2960. 13

i : r thin no bread"and; the Southern Oppoii .J VVaylrs Baker, Jud je.Ve. April 7. purpes. b DENHAM'S. SPRING AND SUJfAfEEPRATORIUS
[Sanl orn has been released. Chief Justice Shaw -Denslow's
: to the )eniocraey. being powerless in iUelf \ hitting: bet I in session three diys and Benzine.
i I iw -ll afford without ."'"6dng an iota of printo briefly reviewed the circumstances of the case, stating had under con.idl'rJtion in accordance with Jour To Raise a Breeze, 1860.

". tup|'ort a .tan.llkomlCn1t. when the pur. that it presented n conflict of authority between Honor's instructions, the morals and condition of tlie one of the GeuUI Zephyr FANS fur sale ANEW LIQUID Stains for from UVingout Silks Paiots.Wootens Varnish of all -5---

i'f any other policy could 'have no other' effect the Executive officers of the Commonwealthof county and the public gcm-rilly.tike pleasure in c nCrituiitinS USE DEXlA kinds. without injuring their color or or texture, while & CLARK
; ,,11'' I') i.ilound to the advantage of the Black Hern.li.Utc. the community on .>od order that .
tIle g 7 If 15-tf
Massachusetts to the first taken the April ( odor. It is with the NOW IN ') *
__. no unpleasant same
; point
] leaving
1 'E".n! -: It 5 i" mi thi croiind. and thin 8 has reigned since the last term of the Court, and the u.e HAVE .
ji', nr.l! .1 uI.'. that we deprecnte' the formation eta Court were not "prepared to say that the Senate of present condition: of the simc. To Keep Cool During the Hot Daysof sncceea for cleaning Gova altering their a full assortment
go color also for stains out of vf ,
i r. 1.1) party in the enMiinsr I'midditial IItrll !l.. the United Mate. could not have precepts servedoutside We "." s">me c mpUint to 131hic1 we do Summer, ; greasy Paper
of all kinds. For sale at tbe Corner Drug Store of
.. :
." 9| |I"'. tinlUltimore! Constitutional Union Na- of the )i tric of ) 'ial 'ii\.nli ii hot.ld nominate irreproachable be reimdied : GET
that the at Arms of that could may add a piece of ; use frequently. March 23,1860. 13 '
body
point Sergeant
Cassimeres/ f frj
IIIli.bhf.r -Presidency! and Vice: Presidency Tlie Jail comp'aiucd! of at tl.elast term of the This is a certain remedy and no humbug' For _
:i:.1 j pul.hOi to the v\pU an irrfproachablc platform not depute his authority) to :ll.tll'r person, there Court, we find improved, but still there are some repiirs sale by .
MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR
of principle what mould be the natural, we was no doubt, aud the Court were unanimou ly of which ought to be made ('fl the lowe r..lm.. IlaffurJs April 7. 1810. 15-tf DEXlA ii RESTORER Vesting
mar MV the inovitkt.le of their asm-jub plc.isureto th we find no criminal ZYLOBALSAMUM, '
consequence bad such
pro the opinion that he no authority say Spring Coatings,
.edini;"! Why the election of (lie Pdack Repul as an inmate of tlie prison.We To make Children feel Comfort WOOD's HAIR .
candidate A warrant of this sort must be limited to the nETORATI.F Drillings, Marseilles, Vestings &c.
Hr.IMSTREKT CO./
.ral, eertainty'! There are now but two parties person to whom it was given by t11t Senate The of the rooms in the Court llt>us fur any d ABLE Which they are prepared to Maonfacture to Orderat

"I. tlw I"nited .states pnviiincntlr Wfore the eotin order of the Court, therefore, was that Mr. San- otiirr purpiscs tItan d."c of tlie Court ; particularly I I)D RCHASE their SHOES and STOCKINGS HAIR COLORING BACHELORS. HAIR DiE the Shortest notice and in the most Fashionablemanner.
-" which will dt-U-rniirie the issues X from DENHAM BARRY'S TRICOPHEROUS, Also exteui've assortment of
; of the PreM14' borne be di-M.1-aro-e.l. done compUiu of this in regard to thc Grand Jury an
.-i.ntft.t-ti) Democratic and Black Repub-- room, and suggest the propriety of lining the said I April 7. I860._15-tf_ A1J a good assortment of the best kinds of Men and Youth's Clothing.
The rendition of the decision called forth much
panic. It is too late to another I
fet tip or- room furnished with chairs, tables, &c., to the Fona.ctca.est cfe Oll S -
:ii, :i..tion. were it d.tirable. whih we conceive is .pplau. which was rpeedily checked by lie ofiicerst'f wishes sod convenience of the Grand Jury.lee SPRING TRADE.1S6O AXDFURNISHING .

: the -ae. C'iis
::"..n or lort I It-the. parties. we have mentioned. the one leading to Ce/tre\'jlll. and that it nhuuld! I !
'.. during ] suggest : 08: All for sale at the lowest living prices. They respectfully -
'1 ",-. any oulM-Je interference can 01)13': result into IrueceJings be worked on and put in a g >0 condition. WE are receiving a large and well selected solicit a Call from their oM frieOd, and'
:i "t-\\\ the party professing allegiance to I We thank Honor for th able toned SPRING STOCK. >fBoots EEFISED
: The Ohio Legislature has been passing some lawson your very ,high consisting i (customers at their old stand opposite th. Marino
rii-'y: ronMilulional while it will
prineipln cor- and excellent arge delivered to us on the owning and Shoes, Hardware, Dry Goodt, Bank
i "-, "1 ( of the that it ,
day Weuuhcsitalinglysay Trace We K, Good. ,
Cart. Groceries, Iron, Nails ur are receding w monthly.
i"ti u itli Seward a" theutand.irdbc.Ti-er in chief and if half of what been affirmed of the effect Pifh
the one 13 been of U..I giving tbepr'pr guidance Chains Stretchers Bacon. At the corner Drub Store. March 31. I860. 14HuntsviUeJtemale
naliim.-M ('oiiVinhionhiould nti. ,
tiT'i-| pc delibr rations. We Solicitor -- -- -
also -
.. (cousin Intel-manning be true, it manifestly to our J. R. GREGORY A CO.
"' irui-nhin, Everett or Hell for the Presidency i and other officers of the Coait, for their kind Flour, JfC., JfC., '
.i-I''1" the of the of all States to interfere 4 College.
\ tli.rd tsirtyshioulj nter the duty Legislature CO.
ifrorouly BOND
upon and gentlemanly, conduct toward u.. Aid for sale cheap by 4
and Tobacco.
ii.\.!--1\hilt would be the natural effect of the to prevent so injurious a eUllol. I is said JOHN 8.1.\ltl. For,'man.Wm. Lloyd.. March_ 31__. I860. 14 __ ____ Choice Cigar ReT. J. G. WILSON, A. President--
-
i j'"h w ithout carrying a inglcSiate. that in 1.uslcLutl out of 17 families formed by Smlth\ic
a-l! n ----
pr.bly not a in the whole broad Saddles Harness Bridles
< ,>dfraey.. either of county the di-tinjiiishcd the marriage of such C'USil' there were 95 eM! S. J Fleming, \1 PURE WISES AND LIQUORS, T OCATIOX-IIuntsTille. North Alabama-onI -

: W.H.M unquestionably obtain; a gcntlitneni.n"d sufficient siren ; and in Ohio, iu i>73 such families, there were C. B, Allen J. C. Cremhaw, 1OR 1 SALE BY BOND & CO. For Medicinal _I_____-1 surpassed fur its many adrantA es.
S.J. Bra.lshaw % 'ni. J. Matel81.. 16O. 14 PUrU.
'\''ii-l- of the votes of true hunt'f and patriotic 30OO t'.iMren} ] It would thu. seem that the average "'. E: Boxwc-11, J. S. Griielt.Ft'kt I FACULTY full corps of accomplished sod

'izrnt. who would otherwise to a man support number children is not diminirhed by such intermarriages Silas Thoa. HarUfield, ALLperlunswisbing H lilsirkhiirii's'Shoes COOKING WINES, VINEGAR JfC. experienced Southern teachers.
t CharleRt nominee to enable! Seward to 1IIIS6..Jel filled by leaving them CATALOGUES containing full particulars tent
carry .1 .. J. Jacob Chsson.
vond all question Pcnn\l\ania. Indiana and 11.w. the Ma chutt statistics giving 5} }."e Mith BOND A CO.Lloyd Scotch Ale London Porter on application to the President.

", .i (now doubtful' StatV.) with the 1"llIDt.t'f children t each such marriage. But out of these STATE OF FLORIDA, Coy of Leon : _. March Zl, 1860.__ __14_ ____ & Huntsville Ala, April 14, I860 IS
: frw Mates and thus render the ol jt-ct of his un- 95 children. 44 were idiots, I scrofulous, and only 'Also A FRESH SCFTLT .
: Rio Java and Coffee
.
""ll'ulc< ambition 'enas I. Council A lIt-yen. Clerk of the Circuit Cr Laguira
eute as "
liv of attainment.lor comparatively 37 in tolerable health, while in Ohio 2-0 out of for tha County f.fort-niJ, do hereby certify I "IT OR SALE BY BOND CO. Congress Water.For Notice.

1 the.e reasons, we are inclined to the belief the 30uO were cither intellectually or physically foregoing is a true transcript from the original iu.my I J1 LU.yd_March :81. 1860. 1 e sale at the Corner Dg Store of SIX months after the first publication of thin no

that the formation of a third would eventu- defective.. In one case of the marriage of double ofee.'Vitn. J. ', the undersigned executor of the last Will
It in harm to the party ., my hand and as-alofaaij Curl, thi Spring & Summer Hats R GREORCO. and testament of Archibald Graham deceased, lat.
South. without the of there idiots March 24 1860.
all
"th'' ,\in good and think possibility that the c usins, nine children- were-were [It.ll] the 4th day of April,A. I ). II 1 of Leon county, will present hi,final account such
.v" any ; therefore of low grade. Such statistics proc the necessity C. A BRYAN, Clerk, riIIEAP, FOR SALE BY BOND e CO. executor to the Judge of Probate of aid county and

'1"\".1 treat! toO flight parties the now Uttle in cxi-tence out by themselre slioul I l>.c al all of some vigorous remedy. By C. II FmiM, I). C. I ij_ LI..v.t March 31. 1860.._ .14_ ._____ Sundnes.G ask to be discharged. VT. O. PONDER, Exlr.

--' .' 1 m" n thro,'ino; the wright of their influence in ----- April 21, 1560. 1-1 RAIN CRADLES AND SCYTHE STONES, April U, 18SII. 16-Cm. __

'".r of the test liiJ"e are for the South first A* HOME Fsnu-ntt-A! Clothg. Hay and Straw Cotters,

".'Ill. aDJ all he) time-against the Abolitionist Ixulru.-Po.l'IA.a being built, and is I AUCTION.ON I LARGE FOR Pomp and Well Chain,

'i-it: last and all the time; and when we can't beat large completed S at Milton, for Mr. ALE McVor. Saturday, April SSth will be sold before my A sale cheap by BOND & Well Wheels and Well Buckets,

1 I"!, 'II our own way a* we cannot at the present The nearly machinery for this mi was all tna.U at the Autioo Emporium a Urge aud general assortment Lloyd, March 31, '60. 14 Sentinel copy. Steel Weeding Hoes, -

""lit, are in favor of the next heat way, which Foundry of Mrl IJ.iT d CRU'WIC.at that plate of I Hilling Hoes and Grubbing Hoe,
1 a* l-wn Garden Rakes and Hoc,
tiifficientlv( indicated in the course of this TIde 11* is an exatuple. only to the citizens of Milton HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE NEWGOODS.Joseph .
,
'k. Manilla Rope, Cotton
:
--V. O, Credent.Hammond to have their work hone at their Foundry but Lnt.
- 1'cMta- belonging to a Gentleman about tearing the cuntr -o Powder Shot and Lad,
tot box of Pensacola-to patronise our*- Thocands are daily speuling iu tlie ptae! of
is in first Iron
The Furniture ,
at temporarily. Weber
VTaablneton.T cola Gazette, Wee.BliDd
'... tavaflnahe.eMir..* M\-It seems that .p17.MILTX handsome and fashionable. .and Blind Fastenings, DR. EATON'S
f, SBIY Atn.-Among other improvementsat CARRIAGE MERCHANT TAILOR Wrought Cut, Clinch and RivetUog NaiX
l I II. A FIRST RATE BUGGY -
Hammond is placed in Washington side by Milton, is that of the Shipyard at that place.It .- ; Hinges of every variety I INFANTILE I CORDIAL I ,.

S !I.ill. the foremost nag in tbe evidential has recently been \urchulo the former owner A First Rate Pair of Bay Horses, AND E.ua: 1: Patent &1.D.weig hinp BOO pounds, and why I because it never fail* to aford..

,'I' :'aM 19 far a* regards the nomination .rate'l by Mr. O. 10, we believe, has well broke, and are considered valuable in every Ready-Bade Clothing Lime, Pste and Cement, IWMU ttlitf wb o given in tin*. It aeU as if by

"T l" equivalent schooner Mont ChrUto.: the bark "Muska.fm. will be offered at private sale and April 14,1860. lftt what w. say is true. It eouUios
i:seii\"11. The intelligent correspondent of the after ,I Te ROJF. Famishing Goods, : :. .
I were both launched at that yard, being if offered at Auction.And .
":'''.arl.atoD! Courier "rUee. follows, under date of I repaired there The promptness and one 0 Wiigoii and Harness in II Tallahassee, Fla. "-JT *- GOODS. NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATE

.. 31:_ i dispatch with which the owner meets his contract I rood order. fj Tmiis CASH,3 HF. oiibscnberu now receiving,at bis store next NE\V of any bad and thsrtfore rtlirrta by s'seeauiis'tA.

.Tli. for work gives universal satisfaction and will doubt I H BERRY, Auctioneer. I to R. H. Berry's Auction Rm weleleted o tv/trvun of your shild, instead of by Jndty it.
r who think the favored
most
"
"*. ., i far are are Hunter many or Hammond as having the II less enhance the interests of the place a great deL April 21, SCO.. 1 [Sentinel copy. stock of SPRING d GOD.luitble R IUOe *tT .WW** For this reaaoo, it eooims HJs itself} MUMOJVrWMUprepatatMia
'". -Ibid. GENTLEMEN'S now kasMrn foe' C u.-
aten chances of success bein ; to a certain detlCc -
the first choice of the South. I .a For Rent in WA IBEO respectfully of Dad Timnwo, DiAmKaoKA,DTscrmr. Oaunro ix
nice in law eDiat part of TalUhasse and adjoining eooatiesto Tax BOWCU ACTPTTT or na&roaLscu WlJTD COLrs
Lswvgcs.-A
A question
QCESTH and well .
r. handsome comfortable French Cloths Cassl- BXAP.aod Caner alas k fttaiB0 U4
THE English UM fact that I a now i possession of ftttoplcte TH >i gtm
Kidnapping. is about to out of the finding RESIDENCE ofLicuLGibbon spi
grow t20.0ofhe and and well assortedSPRISC reducing b/Limatioo rgnUti tt. JowaJ*.aod if-
fl"1 Captain and crewf a small reesrl from money stolen from the Marine Bank Agency at will b hired for a year,with 60 act land. IOn meres \eaUng.or lie ting paio it has oo equal-being>a aoti-spa>af>odie

Mnnte-ro Bay. Island l Jamaica, were arrested at seems that a in a premises will be found a good Br Stables, the latest style and best qa1\1. whi h i pre- lI SUMMER STOCK it is used with uo(ailing rtuteaa ia all CAS** of Ccxvri.aiox -
Colult.ul erg
H"m'l..n.; Virgiuia, last week, for offering to sell mall ditch I over which planks nf'g.wte lid saw te Cistern, Out-bousea, with R. a H.good BERRY at.tce. pre i mk manner up,to oer i. wokalk and Al ooxrauixo or or other FIT A.'loa value the a.a.I l
\ '1.,' 0 Ru.a Tu. Goods Clothing and Shoes Fan- health of your ebiUren.aod wish to (at* thcmfrjs
Dry ,
t u' negroes theJ.ltad sliipjicd as pal't.flheirern', end of a lewlppr projecting from them. Apr 21, ISS0. 1 [Sentinel eopyTaylor's a a general assortment ofREADY.MADE Bob 1 thoM sad and bligbtiig .qaencea which ares ce-
Goods Strawand
''he Millinery
Jmnaiea Port His ea oiJ1' excited, and pulling the paper CLOTHING cy Go tain to resale from the ese of narcotics of wbidfotfcrt

'I. --- -- out, he discovered more money than his mind ever Cotton Gi.I I Black aO Fancy Silk Crnt. and Te Shirts, Merino Groceries and Wooden Wa remedies for Infantile Complaints are eompowd.1&b
'tx''o TH. April Information from South- Honest Sambobroujjlit and Under Half Watches And Jewelry, &e., none but DR. EATON INFANTILE CORWAU
contained.
I I kansas conceived world 45 and 50 Saw Qini, Sik Ct .
of trouble in t1
y", r >.rbon causes countirr apprehension, growingoutof the alleged Lynn the matter to light, and now the 'ar I 40, sale by BOPKIN3 & MEIISSBROWS'j Hoe Goe.&e wLib I "f.a.Li.bing low prices. this you can rely anon. It is perfectly bavwleu,
'.Ialkoll tW He would take this method of returning Grt or patrooag-a heretofore bestowed and cannot injure the, MHMt delicate mimA' Prig,*
a Ofta| amnesty art in the recent attempt claimed by both lila hirer and owner and the Bank f 25 cent Full dirocioo wA hctll
I solicit cootinoaoce eseosapaSi .
"",1.' DOUBLE CYLINDER his old for the liberal upon me respectfully a
thank patronage
. l-y the t
United States marshal to eastme
, deputy ar. will neither until the of right Is deci I iarita the Prepared only by
question strict attention of tbe eali girt
e pay on trusts, by same, B public
:4 "I't. which C a
: Montgomery
was effectually rill' an
S ".'. n.id"nth1eintere.t is manifested here in .Ie Who shall bate it? We'"y Sambo. The 60 S.AW GITST t business, to continuance of the I us a trial. Respectfully. CHURcH cg,40P A DUP 'cT. :

S ':,.ifl,5 i to the approaching trtal of thfe rescuers c.f I taw will 4utiijt less w\'somebody else, most probably 1'OR sale by HOPKINS Jt.MEGINNISS.I. lNe JOSEPH WZBER. LAWRENCE OIILMAW5. sell tt- AtLt i. JUrxt' _roadway.BY .N. ,
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-PROPOS-- --AMENDMENTS-- FLORIDA RAIL-KOAD rANGY GOODS 1 FANCY GOODS( STOfMSH BSTTltiS. ,T UST.bier a received"K.rall Item DriigsY'Mecliclces i 1 assortment taw jerk cf per article bark In U H ocr, &R40)fJ Lot


'TO 111K I C j I Ito(5.,CIoU "f Pjp.Jt. 1'' t'Ati"-:: ; : such aa. OJ s of almost every .kiud Jluri.ig J"lu

of the State : iT 1 J7aILt.... s'f 4f/OS.Yi's ie cc' r"I t.. White Lead Zioc: and qther p.vnts.1tJow' Ga; ,, fbest
; Constitution SOUTHERN TRADE. t'amp' 15f5 aritiny fiv'& a "ttrbni hciaasf Patty Bnishes. Pota!h.Soda S;:ari5ii
atrtli. i.rw/M.ty <'r.gpsPseae5. miaftry
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ADOPTED BT NINTH.GEXEEAL CI11iCE OF SCHEDULE \ FOR THE MesrA. Colic.pr Cl.ottr.t Mvrirvi.a.c- Gelatin.London llo.t rd French Brandy(vrrv' b..'

AN ACT t.) amend-0-tbe Sih rcttoi of the 6th article .afftf i6O, daily PassenV In \U-w i-f the fact that every member of foe ntetliciual porpoMs,Spices Pepper l twi.tyri. ,
and 21st k fluid Extract
Conftittihon f the SUt. of F1MidA.SECTIOX fN FeWnary __ D tIle human family U more or l-'s .ul' .cl.ed.ll Inkt.Quini.e. PvruTian Bs& 1' i.ie .
of the i
_/ Trams vHl run ks Yullowe i iu- j general esiortiacnt of Poj.ultr T\- '.
fit &natufrd/lou" ger of the al ove complaints, IwvJes Ac. an a :
: I. lintHacttdby the State of' J-lsriJa inftneral Leave F.maodml at. .. ... . -. ..?JCO P. M-- I D. r some OUIn'rahlothl'r conditions in life, which i MedicineWe: keep none but tbe very Lest ,

. : Attrmbffonrt* >>t(tiit .of rd, That the bth faction of I .Baldwin at.. .. .. ._... .4i5 l.yo RUS J 1.Ph iT n 1 v *- by the as-.iEancC cf a little knowledge or I hope to merit; your patronage.dlLES

the( Ctb aiticle of the Onnrtitntfon of tins State shall i iC't Starke at........... ..........6.SO T I : 00 J exercise of common sense they may be able 5A8H, i CO
I habitt of dirt, and wish March CO 1516 18DLACKSflTB1NG
W.ld6It..7.1 their I ,
be coustrwil to render Juotioef ) to n-gulate
b(r fier Court.II Chancellor or Judge any of thi Gain lile at................... 0 CHAMBERS STREET the assistance of a good tonic, secure rer- -- -- -- ---

*State the.Supreme it.
ChahecUor J UJze fif this State Ar.ivo at nroDsn..9 1 : object. the true course to pursue med .,
the Supreme Court. or YORK nature undersigned has tr* "
NEW wil1l'l'IJue n
ct-rtii.ly.thatwh'ict t
upon th' ground that the Mine it Another and different Lave?ron >n at. ........ .. ....300 A. M. of'tliin ilL the least I hl7.:1r.ll1f vitalstr.'itth THE town, and has opened a Shop rk3

offi.-". station or po t of I O.IOT and I rmnlrment. I Archer nt. ... .. ...... ..5.30 IN Ciitd .nd'life: Cur t.hi. end Dr. HosMtorhi the tame bnildjl1 .wih 5r.! KuWs C
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[Ninth General A".mhly.-Pu"t'd) the Senate by Gainesville at..4.0 WHOLESALE DEALER intro-l'iced to this country a preparation I riaje SlK,>, opposite the Exchange, where ill k: ,

the *>m'titution majority January 8. 15\9. l'ased I Waldoat. ... .. .......... .. ca'-d;! HOSTETTEU'S"STOMACH : of Blfcck-srailhing will be done with ueatr.'i! .
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tie H"u< of Representative by the constitutional tare at. ........ .. .. ... ....CfO Writing Desk, Jetcelr,, HITTERS which at this not a new I i despatch. lIe can refer with; c nfidnee to .

. iniijoiity Januvy:, 185 8.] I Baldwin at..7.5 Coints Pins, Work JBozcs Watches, rwJicne. l I.t one that' ha't..n tried foryas. I who have": patronized him heretofore for tie.fc r u

Aniveat Ferndiua. .. .. .. .. .10.46 Brtls/'u. Needles, Musical Wares giving ,:' !raioto all who hive of w. work FRANCIS; 1tAit.
. AN ACT to amend the 7th section of the 13th article II Freight Train -rnandma on Mondays.. buttons Porte Monaies, Stationery, iid i i'I !>. Bister operate "nTc'TrullyltlOlI Jar.uary8.13S. 2lfDAMASSS.

: of the Constitutiro of this State. : Wednesdays and "i1ue 1'ridul at 4.20 A. M..ond r"tur- Folios Perfumery, the stoin .oh. bowels and liver, restoring -
Ih it eiected Hit Krnale and HOHHcf Threads Porte fiction, andJin
SlCTKHf 1. ftf and RICK.AIlDSON'S'XE.ISS
and featurdajs vigorous
: ing leave Broneon. ou Tueedaj Thursdays vL'-in t N' a !lunltliy
}..rt t"tatirt' if tie State of Florida in Grve- at A. } Wood and Willow Ware, &c., &c., I 1.tb' simple proc.'s of strengthening I

, rid .Atnnl., conrftied. That the 7th ffCtion of the 3.t 1 line required by the Southern Merchant. titiirenaMe" the syhtom U> triumph over x..XN'ENS
and from
State be These Trains connect ir.tb Boat. to article in the notion flux sogki.trally
of thi
Uth article of the Constitution so And every '. Diirrhcea, dvsntery or i.e.C .
j *- DMPERS.
!
amended as to read,all liabilities of such Bunk shall CharUeton. daily, sod with Bunts to and from Sa- I ccnLracted bjr new settler, and .

be payable in *|\cie.: and the aggregate of the liabilities lui-nahybur time a week.Throtigli SPECIALITIES.LAWB (:':* : i j'riitcipally ly t le change of water t ONSUMEUSof RicH.utrnv's hum; and, HOle.

and issues of a Bank (t"x cu ive of deposits)thai! Tit-lets between all the non Stations LAVEENCE'S STEEL PENS THE PLANTErS Lri L.eI and suet, will be speedily regulated b,a I desirous pi obtamii.g the pftn "* fCNti she ,_

at no time exceed double tbe aruocnt nf its capital and Charleston can be secured l>j : B.at. :CES* rconLE68 PERFECT EYED NEEDLVC I l'' LAWCE CE' GOLD PENS," wARKAvrEn. Irfit-f iiie of this prcpiration. Dyspepsia : -. that the article th '> pcrcLa Ate li..rJN1:11, [

stock yisido. and between all the above Stations and Snalnal. I 1"'II.::CE'8 OlllFNTAt Cotoc.: ." )! LA"'ltEJCC'S "LEAD rl."C1LSALL BITLE3; a dlt.ea.xf: which U i probably] more prevalent the full name 01 the firm, .

Ninth General A"f'mbly.-ras the Senate l>y at reduced rat s by the ftumt Augusta, AWUVNCE'g "SOITHEBMBS: FAVORITE.' !! and and on pooK when takin in all iu various forms, than J. N. tICIIAED 5N3 A OWBT.as .
[ small large
Feiaaniiio.i and Saturdays, SEWING THREAD in balls, the of Xihich may always I suuixlncM acd iuri.L.\ .,
leaves f
the constitutional nsaj'.tityJnuary 4.1F59. Passedthe rn Wednestl.iyii Also a superior quality of OSXABURG attention to paetin.Neat and a-iy o'hor! ; cause ti guarantee of tic u;
Particular given of the diKestiv -
the constitutional aol Savauoah on Monday and Wedne-daj sample and as represented. alJnli'i'c l I to derangements I Goods.
BOOM of Representatives by warranted equal to : -
catioo.
nisj rity January 10. 1838 ] Freight will also betaken by the Steamer Augusta i ,convenient(1I1o:0I1s Catalogues, with blanks for memoranda supplied purchaser on apr I II INOTf'mb <- ,-re'n<. can b* cured STOMACH without fail BITTKK by. i This caution rendered i eMertiallr! Ttfzrr **

at two-thirds of present rates. I 1859. 47-ly n-n-r KOSTHTTKR'S large quantities of inferior and d l 2C, --- For
'r -- -- bo'tle. :
. AN ACT to amend the amended CVnutitotion of the I I'd II"UI dei>irii.<; to aai tbtmftlve of the e reduccd .. I ** aper directions on the prepared season after season and 1..11t.1! | u itu ilj?
should particularly the sailingdays EDDY & S tii! ii"m! rates
State of Florida ia relation to the session of the I WOOD not ; n.iuic of Richardson by rf'I"
, General Assembly.SECTIOJC I <>i the Augusta, aud instruct their agents a toLipping. NEW GOODS NEW GOODS. GEORGIA, AND DELAWARE in.-n.l Bitters of some known kind to, then be infallible why ? i let of the injury thus inflicted aiiki-: <>n the :\:n.rr-j|,

U. COLE, Sup'tFei III i: e nn artcte and the m.icuf.icturcrs of the genuneo.j;,
Bt it enatted the Smalt aid ITousiof A their flitters as a pre- ; consumer !
1. ly have
o
Evt-rv countrY .
t Krprtxentaiirtt of the State f Florida in CentVJ j baiidma, March 24-, 13TOPLANTERS I STATE LOTTERIES: vesIiv.if dl-na'-e, and strengthening of will not readily abandon: a business with so p' toit

; Assembly conrtncd. That the members of the Myers & Gorman _- .-' -- llie sv-ttni p-nrral.. and among them all I while: purchasers char.icttf"cap be imposed on litHM. ian

House of Representatives shall be chosen by the STORE A tl hi-re it not to bo found a more healthy ,thless
IN
NOW Graud CapiiallMzc$100,000 BULLOCKE A J. P. LOCKE Agen'sIi .
and shall for the term of two the Germans, from whom this J.
HAVE: than
qualified voters serve and Beautiful Stock __ ; I I |"'C1r.e'! scientific tj Church St., rewIlk..
from and after the diy of the first election would i -o >rpj ;i"ai<'n em.anatudba* upon
year and and NO YANKEE HUMBUG. of Goods to which they Grand Extraordinary Drawings l winch:. has attended to advancethe Sfpt. !M, 1855. C3-ly
ui.der the amended Constitution no longer; invite attention; conoieting of, viz: The rxi{'nni<-ufj*
tie session of the General Assembly shall be annual I respectfully Fine Gold Hunting Cased Levers; Gents Flue I oT Wood, Eddy A Co.'s Three Number Lotteries will I iie tiiiv of tiis great preparation in the I

and commence In the 8d Monday of November Southern Inventions !! i Geuts Silver Levers Anchors and Lepines; Ladies Fine 'I'I take place in public, under! the Superiutendir.ee of iiKiiunl nc.ile of science. I TilE GRCAT WEMIOX O'TIlE ICEGear's

in each rear or at such other times as may be prescribed Gold Watches; Clock of all descripti' Sworn Commissioners as follows: I I S -----0-

by lav.BEG. Patented June 21/, 1859, by REV. J&IE3PJLtR I' Fine Florentine Mosaic,Cameo Lava and Coral Setts I Lisa Aro. 90 D.-awi Saturday, Filrnary 2S, ISC(. FEVER AND AGUE. Machine for Cdtin;, Placing' rout
2. Bt further enacted. That the Repreee'attive. Gold Guards, JIllu:11.: 18CO. di_,. Walch flies Its I
Tallahassee Fla. Brooches, Ear Rings, Bracelets I Clan No. 156 Dratc Sattird hal be choecu the firtt Monday II. October him to dicg. Irregular
: 1SCO.NEAKLY
on I o Vest and Fob Chains, Ladies! Chalalauis, Class A'o. 2<>4 JJratr Salurdny, Apfil 2S TtlW.cs prasp on the Iwly of m&n.teduclng
in each and every secobd year from end after the Gold Guard, Fob and Badge Keys, 1 I'lUZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS. I cirre ihailuw in a ilwrt space of time,and rendertcfkirn i -- -

first election under the amended Constitution, or on I PEELER'S VARIETY STEEL BLADE .1.1JCV Diamond Opal and Ruby Rings, I -0- |i!ijr'ta. 1r anJ mentally useless can hi defeated I IIE undersigned Las become the owaer of tluJL
I
such other day as may be directed by law. Plain Gold Rings, GtnU Bosom Pins. Seals sat ilriven from the body t j the use of HOSTETTER'8KEXOWXKD I right to me and si-11 this valuable! nM.c'aine m

Sue. J. Be itfurthtr tNflrt d. That the Senators Lockets, Charms Gold tens* and Pencil : GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS, : : BI1 fEUS.: Furtlier, any of the above I Florida, and he now ri&rs imiividual and C.unhRights

shall be chosen i>y the qualified electors for the term : I Cases, Gold Tooth Picks Gold and Silver To take place as above specified. .tit il <1.:!cs can not tie contracted when exposed Io I to any who ira, desire to portlee.One 1,1

*>f four years at the same time in the fame manner. *O EQUIRF but one Stock for any kind of 1 Sppc .r1es. Gold and Silver : 1 Grand Capital Prize of any otil.n.ur: cot-'.:: .:producing them. If the Bitters \ the Machine can be seen in operation at any time at

and in the tame places where they vote for in-mhers I _Bladp.tinof which be put on, fastened, Thimb'es. Ac, ie. are n ed as p.iliru ction"And as It neither create ; the 'oop..r I.V.. r.ow'n at tIe TnIbhas"i li. P

of the House of Representatives and no person shall and taken otf, in one minute.Is may. ------- I s :.! u>w iCi.-3ils th" palate,and rendering onnecontry I Depot. The machiiMt i6 i iiuj>i. ia its eonstrucudadapted -
be Senator unless! he be a white 'nan. a citizen.of $1.00,090 : f .
a adapted to Hxl, sub-oil, general cultivation Silver "W'sire. ary rh.Mi;"of diet or Interruption to Moat pw to cut a greater VIIn"ty..r irregulm s

the United State and shall have been an inhabitantof I and be turned i.l".m.a dfutle plow il Plain and Threaded Table, Desert and Table Spoons, 1 Prize of . ?SO.OoO' 100 Piize ofiOO rins.nt promises sourS ileep and healthy digestion and surfaces than any other yet inven'ed. (Ib ,'a
this State for two year next precedinar his election, may Forks lit Prize of riCO removed as speedily a* U see5teit : is equal to twenty menud in souse tiuu
a thus
desired sod is constructed that a seed 1 planter' may .. is .5 2 Prizes of. 20,000lO.f'OO II LTd roC"l\tillt: u pncity
and the tact vear thereof a resident of the district or I f : C5 Prizes ..f IfO of a thorough and permar work much more. It occupies but 'n'III1"pa( -- >t,>
attached to it, the Cost of which will not exceedone a "S'1g\r.Salt nnd Mustard Spoons 2 Prizes of. :I m.th UK pr jjuttron I
which !h- shall be nod eha'.l bare
for
eouoty chOPen b i Prizes of 73 three to four feel i is suffi'iellt-tn! .
C5
dollar. I Ladles. Pie Knives, Fish Kisivea.Cake Knives, 2 1'rizfS of. 6,000) !II I nei,t rore. from square
Attained the ape of twenty-fire years. to itself.TK Soup Knives Napkin King, Prizes of. 5000 i f.5Prizes of toi advanced quires but little power to drive it. Every Lou i .'
Every is detachable aol adjustable ; Ice Cream Knives, Better 2 For Tcrsoss in yearsVho
clas ifica- part
tudd That the }
SEC. 4. Be further I SnuffBoxes C3 Przcs: cf 30 I heat and difficult work in house buililintr. atinti
Silver .
of. .
stock which mad of common and FCII kII. Cups 2 Prizes 4.1'00'1 and
Knives i constitution
may pine Children's! enfeebled
made the first sewionbf the General b taSa'.ni: from an and
tion Senatois at Prizes of 40 are Buggy P.i.ilcim
4,810 }Furniture Carriage, Wagon
and there being no I and Port Monaiea.! 2 Prizes t(. 3.0oo1 :
tora-
plunk is simply Card Cases inrilaalj a*a re
Assembly; held in the year 1845. shall continue 8 co8tocf'd. whole beres.lily I --------- -- Prizes of. 2,000 I;,27 H40 Prizes of 20 k.Srtn toOy. B.ttein are ic Ac, can be turned vul by i it with aetoM,:..iinvatnesa
half of whom I weld in the 1(1 part, tLM plow may 2 Mid vi:01",andle only to be tried !
unchanged one as nearly as possible Smith after once I PLATEDVARE. ____:--- ------- I. live if tenth and
shall be chosen forever hereafter biennially fur the ; put up by the Prire amounting to $1,186.786 to 5-s t|'pre'%.ite>l. And to a mother while nursing I f"fIrliteb.JF.r. F.ICILFJeJuly
Put- 32,396
obtaining a correct I IFarmr Setts plated on German Silver Beautiful where the i
Prol'iJtl.tOwrrr,and it r-ereby pattern. Tea iml-jpensaU esf.tcUlly
term of four years: Uit COws are 16, 18\9. 20lyNotice.
declared that the term of office of that cl*-8 of Senators may even fit their present supply' of terns ot Silver plated Ca-tors, Waiters.Pitchers, WHOLE TICKETS $2n; HALVES $10, QCARTERS $5 ; niutlicr'i tiuuriauai.iit i is u. lc.Uate| to the deuaodtcf .

cn xpir Hl at the first election undertbeameuded II wrought iron, turning plows scooters, and sweeps I Cake Baskets, Butter Dishes,Card Baskets, Eli.u i us "... CM .:..runaeiiuently! her IItRnth muA liet! I ;

Constitution shall extend to and expire on the first for this stotk. Fruit Stands Sugar Baskets. Candlesticks j!! Certificates of Packages ill be sold at the follow .-..1 hue it b where good tonic, inch a* Ilorfrtter't .
.
Monday in October eighteen hundred and sixtytiro.Sic. I : Goblets, Cups :/, :: ; rates, which is the risk: !.-.\Iach Sit;n u neeiled to impart temporary strength C't IX months after the first publication of ii.u ttIO

5. B. it farther tnatled, That the first elee PHLRS "MANURE DISTRIBUTOR! : Certificates ot Package of 2C Whole Tickets ?299 CO a:,I r.p* to t'ur >'Ileln. LOutS ihouU l>y all means : tice. the undersignedadministcatcir o{ tie es.it!

tion fir AsM-iultljinen under this Coretitut shall I to the ,ing and distributing an, I II Outlery. 20 Half: 14350 try iU.i rciueily fur all: cueS ('f
take place on the fleet Monday in October eighteen ADAPTED and fertilizers. : "bet fine I Rogers and Wmtenholm'a Celebrated Pocket Cn'- 26 Qunrtf'r" 74.75 Iui:. a' y.ur riiy: u-an. atm, if be is acquainted I T will present his final account ami voucher to ttt

hundred and sixty, and the first session of the General I, r/nls. fillfr in broadcast or in di ill. Any cart or I II lory. Table and Desert Knives, Seist-ors, SLcars,ic. 4 .4 26 EiLlb" 37.37 ...I. t.w vrtaiS of the U'icri.: will recommend theisswiiatica..ssifaesbeei. I lIon. Judge of Probate of Leon county and ask t> b.

Assembly under thi amended Constitution shall I wagt-n on a plantation may be readily fixed for this : ---- ----go. I di char etL WILLIAM PERKIN-

eommeoee on the third Monday io November in the purpose &t I trifling cotU i iI MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. .- Oil H'--We caution the public against Dec 17. 1859. 50-Cm Atin

year eighteen hnn.Ii ed and sixty "no. I ___ G1.tau. Violins, Flutes Flageolets, Aceordeim, Flu. THE ORDINARY DRAWING .'f thelitany imitations or couati -- --- -

SEC. 6. JSe U further! reacts-I. That the sessions of I The utidfreigned is now the owner of the State tinus Banjos nnd Tambourines. 01 Wood Eddy it Co.'s Single Number Lotteries u51i13'rt> its aiy but ink Cur HorrtTriR's. L'LLEBHATXDtTjiV.wll Notice.
shall tint extend thirty .' F (Irh! fir thise icvrntioLS. The County ALSO I ns follows: bottle
the General Assembly -over Rih: <> : will take place in public. UlTTH'.s, and see that each
days in duration. unless a constitutional tn joiitv of I Ji-If fur the following Counties Lave lot yet been I Fine Guns, Shot Pouches, Powder Flack, Gun j Class 69 Draws ou ltl1rdJ.pril 21. IPf.O. I the 5.!. i-ii4 l .. Dr J. H.RU-tier's Stomach months after dale the undersigned will:Iru
:a '
the members elicIt! deem it expedient. No menil-er! 1(1. viz : i Wads and CII p.. 1 1Alsi i ('I".! 70 Draws en -iturrry. April 2S, 1S 0.NEABLY :: .i-' 1--( -m i.11 the r-idi-of the liotlle and I SIX his final accounts and vuictiera io tbi ,

shall receive pay from the State f>rbis -i\ic' after I Hamilton, C.lnbil Madison. Taylor, Lafayet'e: Table end lla'.l: Lamps, Lamp Gl.ibex aiijj OXE TEI/K TO EVERY XIXE TICKEETS.ODI1AEY ".., d <-:I the iiivtaliic cip| covering the I of Probatef Leon cwui.ty, as isdruuiiisiri.t-i. ..

the cxrialsou of thiity day. continuously from tie I Leou GaiL>d(-n, Liberty FraukSn.: Callxmn., Jaei. i Chimneys. Bronzed Canrnf tid,,. Cl.iua Vases. I'nri.nMjirWe [ r .:k'I.;r..d i d l -rveLat our uuiu;rajih signal t rotate of Adam Gramlin:, tco--a5e'l! lau 01 >.

oomnietMvment of the ."5CCti.fl. .\n.Lilgtcn., llom! Wulton, Santa '.. i and Terra Cotta Fii:iren. China Jewel) II | DIAWITC-- II"> u. "Ml lllO 1:,...". county, and ask to be discharged l Uitrrvfi'>n:. .

Src. '. Bi 'thtr enaettd. Tliat the l't entitleJaa I Card Stands, Cups, Mug .'. :ei A. P. UiLUtLINCr'
it fui E"lamia lU>s<"*, Scgar Stand ; | To take place as above p ci : ,- r.vi. .
act to amend the LVn'titntinn of this ?ta.te so :n t The Cunty Rights for the stove fame-I countiet P Mache Writin Disks an Woik I Jan. 't. 160."m
to mute the SHi"OI of the Gt'neralssrnlJ.1y bien i of this State, with the County Ki. J" for tie counties Bt/xt Also! ,,Backgammon pi!r Bivirds less lien, IV minnes, 1 GR.i: ) PRIZE CF .. .$:cco: !- .;::;. ; ';>: io..ii: ru., aad s,:d b; all.ii !I ---- .-- -

liial intp.id annual be and the same is i Lerelyabrogated I of Decatur, Mil!le.r sad Ear! "'f the State of I SIoro> nag, Leather Satchels, Table Slats, Ja- 1 Prize of 20.000 1 rriescf. .*I tLOI .rr':*.*, r-1'. "-". 32 d Utiliri! prucrcUyI'm i Notice.

and snr.ulled.! so far as the same is incontisteiit Georgia are uow oiTrrctl for ate, and may be li.dLyapphia : Waiters, :. 'I 1" 10.OO) I 60 5(0 I : .i/:,"D' 1h!,.* ; "it.: ititcs, (:u.J.,iosth '
pained
"jib tie provision uf Uiis n-t. I. i ; iuimedutcly on such t"rmf ntngiie Alsu, Rizrvrs Kazor Stropg.IJair Brushes,Slaving (Inn I"' 5.0f.o i 100 .... 400 5htsat; 1\.1 .:1':: ;. I' SIX montl.afterdate.': the_ un I'" nJ !sc '

[Passed 1 the House (Ir Ilepreect.itives by the I the puichastr I chance to rcaliru! more than ten times :-'h(*, Tooth nl u he!. Ac.: 1"i (00 j lCd .. SCOHvA s.a.o.Y. i-. r.'cu \ IsiS tiul SC"to.i -rnwh.rs d aj'ply C'Jr.:O t.i.. -
.
ConMitutiorul majority Januiry 15. 1859. }'a sed the money for which. (her can be l>oujht.Persons ; AtM! i, a fine assortment of Head Nets and Hair ; 1" a.noist I atyprezi.ctelioss MI i.aI .qt-w OMd.JIfN*, ;.t., I of Probate of Len'CULty.administration ni> the estate ui R,
... lCD
in of these counties si i-hing plantation ICO: charge from the
iii tituti'mul 1 I ..
the Senate by ---* Con majority January : any Pin. tlf C"U "J I \" 'io:. .t- \g..ilsosl .
; rights rau .t.fA'iu tUom bj _f>pl;.. 15.1859.] Prises.
I Jr., NASH & : GI l'iW. \ -
or agent for the county in hich they live. -- : by T.. U..nVAHn, -
my to mae Hamlen : of -100 "j .to ?50.000 i.rize P.rcl..600 4 (.. uid AEi : LI\ EL Y, Tallahassee, i 21 I860. 4- m
Omct or tm :Io.CUTUT or ST TK, )l My ui ifurm price for the il.li\idu,1 nght Nathaniel 4 Fnzcs $ nprt : 1.200 I II I Florida.Ajril Jan. f

Ta'lalias! March 19h. lf.:0. f II and u!e the Ploi is i $2 per horse, for tLe ManureDiatrbutnr I a 300" 20.COU) i iI v, 18;?. l3lyNOTICE -
II COMMISSION MERCHANT a O" to.((I 1.UOO ; Insolvent Notice.STATE
I erelly certify the luregoin nets entitle An ?5 e.ith. 4 : ----- -- --. --- -- ---- --- -- Estate I

Act to amend the Ptli section of the 6th article of the The cost of the material and makine of the ;t<*k No. 33 Pcmlras St., New Orleans.IlErcr.3 !,I 4 4. ::3" 5,0\.10" 8W2'IO MM I TO ALL !
with kind of blade, is aUiut i 4.000. OF FLORIDA }t
a
Coostittition ..f the State of Florida.11 Art to read, fur plow g, Any -0- 4 .
amend the 7th section (.r the 13th article of the C"nstitutinu ? '. This includes! l
State" "An At to amend the ; : cost uf the blades is on ing to th.ir"ei lit TOKxGoT. i 4 a' 100" 1'00" 400 I SPENCER, admlnVrntf-r
'f this James E. Broome. ) ..100,000 I tlr.i.ks, for the liberal patroncj EM. Pelt. Ute of \UUt! ;
amended Constitution; of the State of Florida in re- and what the Smith charges for waking them r.hicb bbncf' Fla i 5.000 prizes of 20 are [N rcicrnii.g: Ms very iI1itm I
olin I 11. A. M.me, JI rA. -- hrrefi.f..rr histoweil him. the undcrsicntnl i filed iu the l'rbsttti, 'I
Gfn. \ having
laltuQ to the fUfoi'lI1J of the General Assea-.Uy. to is generally lees than i il'charged tor miking Any r -- ;e up..n ceased,
without weld, exceedii.giy D. !, l. Fk I. Piizes amoui.ting to..tfl2OOOO would, pftfully inform the public that Iw a written sigge-tinn that Le l. \ -
be tine avid currect copies of the original acts en fit.! kind of a plow blade being uyc Newport, 5,485 ._ I unty ''
: !i.lUJ.1 II
it R. II. Esq ) th ofai'l Willi.mi IVt! to
simple and eisy to give the proper sett. Spencer. still continues ta this office.Wilnels blade! J .in .1. Hnelling. Quincy Fla.Gen TICKCIS 10 HAL\ES 5; QCA&Ttt5 :i.) to all J is :army > *i"
-- rnv (fliea1! simatnT.F. A stock complete xvith a *tfel turning plow < WHOLE ? ; KUS1.VCS9In notice !i. b.-rcby given p
Wm. Jefferson evur.ty.l1a. I to and fie; the jme w
L VILLUI'IOUE scooter and will ctvt in ocr b'pi here lout Bailey against said estate appear
I sweep Madison FIA. CertiScatvs of Psckr.gM in the Ordinary Uraxvinjj* all its v.uion branches: of caiJ ou 01 I U (ifS ;;i i1st
S --t.iryf.f State. f5. The stocks without the iron woik can be furnished I J. G Putnam, Esq. ri.-k- -- -: tbe Judge vt Probate county
Augustus Stecle. Faq., Cedar Key, Fla. i will be sold at the following rate, which i is the at the' OLD -F', --; of ISfiO whrn there still b4 a rt" rata eacli. I July.
tT 71ie Jacksonvlle Standard Tampa at 20 cents I Hamilton Fla. I of of 10h.le Tickets soI" ; ilNz;: I,; c.eU t ,i' .t t waestate.
I for sis l'enin-u-I where tliu plow has been introduced it his Daniel Bell, Esq. county. Certificate Package poti'e the! -t.. tribution of said estate among UM >
lar and Muri.inna Patriot will publish Every i 10 Half 40 I strict atten 1. .; -'. 54 \
: I '
Ed R rm't, n. Esq. an hope by -
considered Thoaiasville. Geo. .
awl forward account to the Executive been ; 10 Quarter . 20 I his bii=inps" to Y.L ",. ,__. .{ Jc' )f Pr.Dec. &t:
I Economical Convrnlcnl and Efi- ... S(MXIJL q ) IK'n to .v I:'.ll' II. 1) HENDERSON, ge
lCm Host .
March *. IRfiO. The : Ei l.th JOIn .
I Duncanvtlle, Geo. ii 10 merit continuance of n J tl'i. I
: Jack J. Marsh. Esq a 31. R59. -m
Inrtn'.cd!
STILL AHEAD I cleat Cullitalor Ever : XnT'.20. ItS!. 47WILLIAM ordering; -Tickets or- Certificates. enclose the I' (1'lIre.f the public pat. 1 }. i, -- ------ ----- -
A great many of the most reliable and intellipntplanters ---- address. for what vri>h -- -sIts -, : --- :
I cf to our you rename. Notice.'T
DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD'SNEW of Middle! Florida! hive given ceitiScatts <-fits ; P. SLTJSSEB, I amount money the Lottery in which yon wish it would! also infirm -i-----T- -. II .
II to purchase; name -
and are (opinion that ns 1'OO11 a' its that lie qualified n rx
efficiency j jI I ILl'F.CTtREi invested anti whether wish Wholes, Halves the public HE undersigned having
yu
FLORIDA 1
'
SKIRT I merits I become generally known it will be the Only TALLAHASSEE, on receipt of which, we send what is ordered has fitted up a room at his shop for tottingPictures I IDO''OC.B.A UDder the last Will and testamena11iai t v

THE I Plow e.l.t being; not ony! tLe mud o/nvLLwut. but !. : of Coprra.Tix AND SHEET Quarters., by first mail, togeth-r wilh the scheme.immediately ltS \ Iloustonn. deceased late of Leon count In .
;
cheapest p ow they have ever scui. WHOLESALE AND RETAILDc.ttr.it after the drawing, a Printed Draw- give notice to all persons hating claims or d"rv :

"THE BELLE OF THE SOUTH, I ThiPI"" has taken the, first premium in all the IRON WAKE, JAPANNED Certified to by, the Commissioners, will be sent taken from a small size up to a cabinet of whatsoever nature rgaiost the estate "I nAi: .

Ti! most pei feet and beautiful skirt ever produced. ; II State Fairs it has been entered; and two prcu.iums ,I I11:16t IN PLAIK, FANCY AND I ing.with an Lxf'laoaticn.3f and life tize. DAGi-EnmoTms copied and cnlargredto : ceased, to present them properly autht-r...

ITADI: wmioirr CLASPS.tod were award! to it at the South Carolina State Fair W \n E.i Purchasers will please write their signature lif.-; eizf: either on piper or civas5. ready for I within the time rrndLeal by lay or they w. "
:
Fall ; but I do not wjnt paott'r5 to buy iigl: i Sloi'c IIcricl-Qnarlcrs. I.heir Post Office County and fatate. WM. KUHSS. barred; and all persons indebted arc rcqcfitmake 10
warranted out to gtt uut of order. fL't"f'nmltn.latloDS nIece, I want them tn i plain and give painting. I .
tlit-fe I iumeclir.telr.EDWARD
upon assortment Cooking.. Pansy strictly coDtidentinl.W examine payment
SPLENDID eomrnnnications Cull nnd pecimtns.CO
I ozi:
.
hive the -given them air \ I .
plows m< IIOUSTOrN'Feb.
IJf the
-
buy rjjlit trimmed with neatuees sod under. paid i me
of
.t* and Wood Stoves All prizes 1,000 1.1:0. 3-tf
50 HOOPS. \ ( tlbl,al"1 if after rrol":Iy making and using ; the nl Jan. 14, '60. 9-8w Qualified Fxcf-'"
8. 11 15. 20 25. 30. C5 43 & tlum\ they d,) not find them as a.I\'cti! lied, I I.eremp'et'ge and durability, at reduced prices. I II diately after the drawing-other prizes at -- 25.

-5- myself to return them their money. Tins I I Out Door "'orkI time of thirty days. P. B. D 1t 0 K A W' S. I
LADY'111lIQDTF.D drawn at
EVERY I Wood A Co.'s Lotteries are : Notice.
could ask I ACS.NT WAXIFD. Front Head,Guttering,CopI c- Eddy
is f.urs they
think I
us RoufingOman.t'htnl .
TO EXAMINE THEM BCfOKE PCE- I PEELER Tallahassee Fla. Sheet Lead Sheet Augusta Georgia, and Wilmington Df'laware.AJJree8 LIYERY AllS S.UETALLAhASSEE STAltES II stat-
of
ChASING: O1HEK MAKES.WHOLESALE A J. and Tin Conducting Pipe, Orders for Tickets or Certificates to persons having: claims or dfnwutl'
D1ULEK9 StTrtlED BT I Lave; a Shop I\ this j.lace exclusively engaged' sine per Lead Pipes, Patent CMern Pumps. Shop work I I II FLORIDA. I ALL character against the estate rf the!a'.

in making auJ repairii g there p'.owj.: Those purcl.i : of every variety done at short notice.. WOOD. EDDY & CO, AugustaGeorgia.or I'ripnitor would m. I Hardy Bryan. deceased are requested to priwet
'rilE
DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD I .icg plauUtion! rights can Lt- forui-hed with plows I City ami Country Merchants WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta Gt'OrgL'I I $_ Tnt fornbis friends coil the I them properly authenticated, to the unJersiprci

,ao 51 53 & 55 WHITE STREET at 18 cents per p respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur or. WOOD -i-- public, that be bas rebuilt hill_ two years
steel wotk-which is less per pound than any other ; Are elsewhere. tT Circulais containing Schemes for Brick bULlet, at the old utaoj, and is now I barred ; and all those indebted will make pitmfl

NEW YORK.11-lia plows cnn ho made fur in this market chasing N.B. All articles manufactucd from the very i will be sent, free of expense, by addressing us above..I prepared arge to accommodate bis friend, and customers immediately. L. C. BRYAN, Acting. Exit

March 10, lecO. I fI, 1860. 7-to JUT e SO. \ best f3f: material and warranted durable. No other art i He also has attached to his SUblei,a good Blacksmith March 10. SCO. 1J- w

t -. Wakulla Circuit CowtIaEqui4t I IMary -- SOiTHERKMNVEITIOl[ ? c will be offered for sale. "FULTON FOUNDRY, Shop.wliere he willhnve have done all kindsol
work in Notice.CJIX
GREAT \ October 20,1855 42 TALLAHASSEE FLORID % Plantation work Horse ellctinganJ Carriage .
E. Lawrence, ) ,
t with and.!-
ra t} Bill for D.vcree.Francis -0- the very best manner and promptness month.after date the undersigned wiHfCV

. L. Lawrence. ) RONEY & LLOYD'S i JOllY CASTEAM proprIetor. pitch. ) cut big final account and vouchers to the JB&'
: *TT nppenrinsj to the lati.faeHo of the Courtl 't 1TIXXO & J., O I November11. 183. 44 of Probate of Leon county,and apply' for a CM t*-
I that the defendant in this r.Tl.T SOCTHKKXPatented I \}, I -0- -- adrainhiistration on the estate <<
L affidavit filed Harness from the
.
r ENGINES fioii 6 to 35 horse 'power, Carriages, Buggies, and charge
sides out of tIt State of Florida: It is ordered that :EIw. "i- I, order. of the best material and work. I Mary Townsend, deceased late of suH e-mntj
f raid Bill tSI B. Brokaw."I .
in Sale P. AJtnt
a hearing Le had upon the Caetl charged _.--------r- 1 5' FACTORSAND : and as cheap as can be purchased in Now Fcr by LYMAN SMITH
befoi the Jwii;, '.f the Middle Circuit of the State Dec 27th, 1S59. mansbip Northern city nnd laid down in Florida. lIE ubfcriberbas just received a March 10, I860. 11-Cm

I of FCri.O. t. .d'Crtt Holiday of July next 1 i. I I York Castings or any for Saw Mill. Otist Mills Gin Gearing d.eI ., ,z.is- very ll.e supply of Carriage,

ortrell. that a copy of th'w order be published call the attention of the public to our new hand. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 : LBuggiea, and Harness,which ho otfsts Notice.SIX .
1TE constantly
in the nnd Jouirul,cure a vt, for tie satisfied that it is tile most I tncral CommissionWORTH( JUrrrlnnt5) I &e..
'lnmliU > 5. PLOW feeling inches in diameter always on band,or made to order. for sale on the most reasonable terms. t-t A';"'
space of three months. convenient valuable nnd economical plow yet iuvcn- I of Iron Railing for November 18.1854. 46 months from the first publication .,
graveyards
Pttsied at this !9th day of March A. D, ted, and must when it has been tried snpercele all I COjniERCIAL WHARF, Some beautiful patterns I i e.the nndersigned administrator of lheit
J. VTAYLES UAKER. Judge. I .tc.Jobbing. PjrkhilU) deceased, late(f Leon county,W1C
1SCO. others. This is the opinion of experienced planters ( r. JTANCKELV. I work of all descriptions executed with BSNTISTRY.DB. of John Probst
.
t } 31,1(80. H- m I who Lave examined it."e are are prepared to sell I I \ }l [ 5. C. neatness and despatch. All orders addressed to present his final account to the Judge of

I pat..ntll.'OO call the special attention of tl e public M. R. TU :O.Charleston, John Cud Tallahassee :Florida will be promptly Leon county and ask to be diMbarped.
J PARKUILLAJnrFeb.
n---: S. Sale. I that those wishing may secure them soon. The plowcan EoY.. \OWJLL I, attended to., 5. I.
DIarshals will leave I. 8-fm
the be seen at Lloyd.l1m' we patterns - Cash. 18,1860.Blacksmith
j
i'sne! from I 05" Term Q _
BYirtueof distributed at different places verv ftoou.HONEY of 'nf'f our firm, Messrs. D. C. I _
of the United States li-trie k LLOYD. N the absence ..
Cvurt f..1 the Northern District of Florida $-tt I I Wilson it Son of Tallahassee Fla, will represent Totice. I Notice.

lin-ree Division. ubeieinClinileaL Martin is plaintiff _JanTl4.186a_ ___ ca, receive and advance upon all Cotton designed for I Special

.nd James M. I)unlin .dI.1n 10"levied ,. Salt us. IIANCKEL TUNKO & NOWELL. purchased the interest(Joseph Cardy LEE
and will fur ., i,. r"'lt c> Courthouse Salt Charleston. S. C. I HAVING !( Foundry, as well as all accounts T. J. CUR ,
upon exIose| TulUhuvi ofi the brat Turks Is- 5 J3T Sentinel copy. I due ,the business will hereafter be con return his grateful acknowledgements
door, in the City of 110 1 rC\ SACKS Liverpool and 500 Jan. 23. 18CO. the concern WOULD Middle
indebted will please come of Southern Georgia and
Monday in May next \sithinlegat iiour ,ttke interest U U land for sale l.yMcNAUGIIT ducted by me. Those citizens
.
uf the dt'fcndiml in the f.allowing describedprcipeitv i ORMOXD. MEDICAL l'O'l'ICE.0 forward and settle their accounts. and East Florida, for the very liberal patronage
ninet I JOHN GAUDY. received from them during the past five or six years.
situ
to \kit: LouNvs (lbiaiitbt.e-ii New Port Oft. 8.1859. .
trent\ \ 'sotlivobi plsK(.tiCitr ofTllaliassee.Leviat14taa --- Dr. Stuart \VhiteH January '. 18&0.ly He will continue- the practice of the above profession -
I : made such
and haa
of
- aathc wrsaldidfCehflant, And. t Notice. in those sections country
jwopcrty located S .tion 1,on the Pen. i Geo. with manufacturers of Dental Materi
lss. \S near AMAKEB
rtriid writ fteewOinR 4 HOGUE & arrangements
lw sold id MiWfy I ,
I WEEKS after the first publication of this Railroad and offers biB professional services I enable him to put FCT.L Mite of
K. i:. BLACKBURN U :JU rJ>*l. by als.North aa to up ALL%
'. JOHN II. KUUDE4,.Deputy 0 Manlialta : SIX the under*jned will apply fc. the Judge to the citizens of surrounding country. lIe can ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS teeth, in any of the popular modes at from fifty to BLACKSMITH BUSINESS U.

i a .iSGO. of Probateof Leon county fur letters of administration be found at the residence of Mr.J. J. Chaires aboutone : one h H-ndrtd dollars less than U usually charged for THE 1 will be carried 00 AI beret0 ,e

-March I. __ I--.i ou the Estate of Alfred Bryant deceased,late mile from the Station. .T LA..gv f the same in the South; (be mean what be says)and OLD STAND b1.th4 .POder ig abe _t.flbaDk.

4' Tax Sale. 1. of aaij county. JOHN A. l1el TOSll. ,Nov. 26, 185 47 formea a copartnership in tte practice of guarantee them to be as DCKAVLK. Btitrnrrj. and for and lo1icita'& coutiuua&ou of.t r-
__
GLs.gow.Ga.IaecbJO, 1SGO. ll- w t HAVE business aa can be put up North or South. heretofore so liberally exteed
fcUnccABLE
TallaL attend to professional patronage
of and will any
oT the C.WlI5aBLACKSMITHING
ordinance Oty ,
(
T N runOIM an Gulf City & Interior RailRoad Those in need of his service, can, by dropping a Juty. t89. 30 D.
1 will sell ( ea.h in front of the Court entrusted to their care.
I. ruisee.. o I I'ft .TAX-ASSESSOR'S, ... PERRY AMAKER. DOte to him ai either Mont'ccllo; or : &. Fla,
in the ( of Coun- D. P. HOGUE.. !
door
City .
IlAB*e Tal1llaLn I Company. have the work done,and time to test Wore paying -
said
4 .on the 7tli day of' May and let. tUt tIe following : 'ctioo.A t __. .. _,'L.._ __-.1 --1ay1.1888.-- ----- -18-- _ for I'' )
I city, for the years 1838 1839. LL persons who have cot already given iu a 1 j .t7-Ii -- -- tr it.The'best reference given if desired. SUBSCRIBER gl

Lots or 1 tune!, thereof es w ill e mfBeient t pay I list of their taxable property are hereby noti-- FOR SALE. December 28. 1S& 68 KTHE'\1f t. be has opened.t.V

sid larw, to .it : Lot Nos. 2 half'( N". 15 1C north half untyqr.; : Jied the charter ef the Gulf City Railroad Com|. ; d double tax which the law directs in such &. _./A; the out-buildings which are, very Nonce.SIX connection within. : ;
1i & 372, north adJhi.I; ns fisj, 87 A 83, : il books will be opened in Tallahassee,at the Store road fril \ Planlatloo and Carrup
N271 Tax.AFSsor respectfully auggesta.that it I situated on the principle < have dooe all kind of
I N 61 south half County ; Not.bi The of Shine on Saturday, the 21st January pleasantly months after date, the undersigned will pre
R. A. ,jr. :
iurth addition: (\ 'r. impossible for him to tall on each one, a*by and near the Depot within a few moliiJiKj i;i ..LALSO.5
halfCountr final accounts and vouchers to the Judge
J 5. 11 I, quite of Dan'l Ladd. in Newport. his
addition and-at the Store i bttt
; !.utl thereon Ultj g
41, I860 I has
40 A should do theOtwtrarl.1 ; Clii "7
Ilorht be on of the
N OldI1an their dolay manv seem U think ; of said Com menu.walk Capitol. r oJ LeoD county u ex-officio admioiatrator PRSE:SflOIGn
: No. 3$, north Addition : tt-1. for subscriptions ta the Capital Stock i, WELL of water, t>f Probate r.
qr.; \ is clearly the duty of every person to excellent good and will eideaior "
! Nortiaeetadlilion No*. an the estate of V. V. Skrine deceased, late of O Me every
;"No*&M <65, adoition ; half ;ef N o.25., come tad reader iu-their lilt fc> the Awetaor, who pany.Toe bovks will be opened under the supervision i of : ".,bit Trees, te,whJehbi.k. it very for convenient situation. and aaid on county and ask to be discharged therefrom. .done with dwpatch.and W>.1$$.f.P. .
2-iS. i59 : \ 11 1'11 Store of J. UC.ie that wish A pleasant .
< the Drug *
at to one may
laalfi.No.2&Ns' 61. rh.ut enD his seen any" time the following Commisaionfrs : Gen. R. A. Shine, JosepH '' dealrable JOHN BQWMAN. II. T. BLOCKE Ex offIcio Adm'rArril. ,
;
rertiilalfeou tyqt I. C. DEM ILLY. CAttXsl 8xtrt. I
north addition otyiCo. La id. 7,1S60. }I-6m Jauuarl1.18119.i
ddiiioirand I-ot. No. 14. Tax Ancfswr for Leon county. Chaires and Daniel Esq. Tallabauf'e, Ftb. 18, '6/ 8
, b JOHN 11. >. tw.M J,th"l I Jan !4.1S60. I
I s.it-I : .I' March 1 7. '(.0 1till 1 ht June [tSetit. copy.
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