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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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J -BY DYKE & CARLISLE. TALLAHASSEE, -FLA.- APRIL 28, 1860. VOL. XII-NO. 18.nntf .



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rprDfrssion l gasinrss! ((crt! AiES& LIVELY, STATE OF FLOSIDA.GOVERNOR. -.--- Bivisioa-.Leon County I P. X.V WARDEN \EW GOODS.Jesrph .

0C1LCC. UMaftjits ----- --
WHOLESALE AD RETAI1TALLAHASSEE ITO

I; ziiiiiAH 4 CO., I -De.'L1U 1I I: MILITIA BEATS. i Cloths!: I fdur\lJ{ !I Wcber .

DEALERS IXonrcs PROCL.A ..A.TIONBT PURSUANCE an Act entitled An Act I to 1 MERCHANT TAILOR k"

: TUIt I amend the Aliliullnt 1'atrolll1u of this! State; I Sterling Silver, Fine Plated Ware, AX1' DCILEK 1: t,, f -a
r PAKTS I approved Dei-rnilxr !2. 18 9r at a meeting of the
Jp II Boned of County Commissioners of Leon couo''', anr !LZR"Z: .LI!:!: I1.klL"!!' (DtJ( J RcaJf-Mcde! Clothing .

; gf OILS I Tirtn; of the f held March 12th. I860 it was ordered that Leo, t ALLAH A.'hFE. FL02IUX AND O'TLL"1: -
HEMCINES! I provisions< an act f-f the Get I t. '
BY Assembly of tLis State entitled An aet county be and it ix heriby divided into the f.lluwitdescribed F unu h. G 00 d I, : '

: .c*'''ITJLP inform their riend* and tb* putlie.T Q -- tll .m n.llbe I Mii'i.i! and l'atrflllAw..r this State" Militia Bents to wit : WATCHES AUD JEWELRY REPAIRED.fgfOrJirtfvr Fla. : :i ..
, ., The 1st Beat will consist of the lit Justice rr Hair over :SCO: JeriynMarch ', Talklms.c.
\ Ih., l I.av on Lan } a yood 1 ancirtment ofnrt.rf < approved December 22.1! issa.\/ I. MADISON R orkfrom
.; i 1 are ff.nf rally I kept in their line nf bujineiBl :' sI PKRRY.: ("..oern.r tl Florida do hereby order aelection Fort Umden District tmbracing all that part of tl.e' I 3 (". 10HAVING THY Sl rbr i-.now ree.iving. .at his store rext

1: .il I! h. receiving re uhrly: fre sh Ippiu.! Theil I EO\C\ to l>e I'd: II I on the first'Monday in May n..xt. county West of a line commencing! at the ForbePurch : II. Brn.s Auction J om. n well selected
reasonable.TilUbassee. I i .ife line on the CcklocJtonee river. and follovirg :I A. P. HAYWARD lock of SUMMER GOODS. sutatU fur
,rlfl..hill: be : for a'l! tbt nl\'l-lon. J3rin4e. Regimental! end Corapjny follow I ,
acid line the B--i Parallel, thence :
April 9th 183S- 14. officer of th*Militia t of the State a* follows : to : GENTLEMEN'S _
( T. HAYWARD A SON': WEA
fLA.JI eaid Base line! lo P.ang.dine. 1, W.thence Suuth .itlt purchased
For one Mitjor General of the First Division of the
in
-- stork of intend consisting part
niiicellaneou
said Range ]hoe< to the WakuUn line. To be C"IIUl'dthe goods,
R. H. BERRY RE now receiving! a l 1IInf and freh cppleverjr of State of Florida ef'D1podthat plrtor the Stat: :, cfPLANTATION
A loiS Bradcn B-at. Place of holding MiIit.iceleetionFort keeping a general assortment French anti English Cloths, Caasl-
vanetv niticlrs kept; by Drukgi: ; West of the: Suwannee Kiver.For .

Auctioneer and Commission PL.1.\l'J.'R.5, 1'l"SJJ.JXS.and one M!"JT General of the Second Division of I I The 2nd Beat Braden."ill COD'ist of the 2nd 1 Justice! GOODS meres and Vestings,

MERCHANT. others .in always fiivl at this establishment a the State of Fiorid.i composed of that p.-.rt of th, I! or ''J'all..hal Uiitrict, embracing; Toviiu-hip 1, N.( .. AfDGroocr:1cs of the latest style and best quality, which he is prepared

T.LURUltE.! Fla Sept. 59. 1855. 39WJL ru'supply of ut'ry thing; 11.J'd in our line and
____ --- liberal l terns ns ti) <*y cnn be lied in any SmlbRMarkt't. I-.r one Biigadier i General r.f the Fir't Brigadecomposed I 1. N. R 2. W. wichmthe county of Leon.; and Eltlt Which shall be sold as low as can possibly b *ufT6rded manner and on ofBEADYHADE RIASONABLI. TUMS Also
lUcDO \LD & CO'S. Orders l. Jj'.nl or nlhtrue! al of Forbes Purchase lino. To be called the Tails. a general assortment
II. -
pn-mptly ;
or the Militia! of the dxintK of C"lImbiJ, in tide mal", t. nod certainly as low a* any other
t.en.IeI In OIK! filled\ mitli the tame correctness as i ir I 1'l1l1it'e Blat Place of holding: Militia: ekctiousTalJnhcssee. staMishment in this CLOTHING.Black .
Santa Rtwa. Walton. holmes, Wa bii>gton, J'ldsoiJFranlilin S city.
Jiitrtising & Commission 2jra, personally purchased 1 by Cuti.men>. To Cni-li IInd. and Calhoun. TLRUS CASH oa wmx CALLED roa. Call and and Fancy Silk Cravat and Tie. Shirt. i! tune btiy<'r trr feel confident in Beat will consist of the 8rd Justice oCentreville rino Silk and Cotton
prompt ainff .e For one 15ii.i adir General cf tho Second Enjradecompeted The 3rd price them before purchasing elstal.ere.March Under Shirts Collar*, Half
No. 102 NASSAU STREET can gIn then eulire ijtieUf lion. Our STOCK coca of the Militia! of the Counties of G.Adsder: I istnct. embracing Township 2, N, R. 2. 3. 1860. 10 Sentinel copy. I Hose,Gloves, te.lc.:
NEW YORK. pri-.- East: except Sections 1, 12. 13. 24. 25 and SO and. .
He would take this method
1 iberty. J..e.>Wakulla, Jefferson Taylor, Madiaoi of returning
-- for Onlr!'. Dye Staffi, and Hamilton. Townchip a.N. R. 2. E except Sections: 12. 13. 24, Just Received t his old containers for the liberal
above
will be reecived as pullicatioo patronage
ertii-ements '
AJf llrdicinc \ lum..Le'Chemicals. 25ftu.lSO. To be called. the Centrevill Beat Place I
tliis For one IJnjjadier: 'General of the Third Brigade, heretofore bttowe on him and trusts, by strict attention .
in paper.ALR oi l.odiiu! X'ilitia eleetioD-C..nlrnill4'
Putty. ooinpo'ed! of the Militia of the C.'iinti.of Laa\ftte PER NKW ORLEANS STEAMER : to ss. t merit a continuance of the
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SO. will' the 4h( Justice I
Perfumery Durnin? FluiJ, The 4th Beat con priso or
__ JOSEPH
New Hirer same.
Leyy. Snwannee, Columbia Michuaand
II trGIi .ucnER Paint, Cainpliiiie} Nassau. Laic Jackson Liibtrict. enik/r..cing Township 2. N. BACON SIDES March2l,1SCD. IS .. WEBER
K. B. PAPT. Oils. G'.asV. R. I. E. ant l Township 2. N, R. 1. \'{. and tbxt par d Hums, .
General of the Fourth ----- -
pine Soaps \Viiidow (JlaManufactured! For one Brigadier Brigadecomposed cf Township 2. N. R 2, W. in said county : also the FwmlT, Flour, -
I PAPY & ARCHER, Fine Tooth nod Hair]I Tobocon.Puteot of.. the Militia of the Couniies of D".n1.Clay. 5.h Ju.-tioeor lamonia District embracing Township| Men "Pork. Lad for Sale.

La. riiu-liM. Medicines I St.Johns. Putnam Orange, Brevard Voluiia' 3. N. K. 1. K. and that portion of Township 3. N. R. 1 0 Barrel! Whiskey. A. F. HAY ARD.
land
17ALLAIIASSF.E situated in ".
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&ttcr21cy, ; ; : Paiiu rul>lles. Fine Havana Segars, Sumpler nod Mari..n.Fur 1. W, in said county. To be calii* 1 the Lake Jacks March 3. 1860. 10_Sentinel copy. THE following, ceribed miles of -
General .f tbe Fifth eonnty west Newport
I Brigadier Brigadecomposed
one .
eme
rL0RIDA.Ju1y.859. Surgical Inetrumeets. Medicine Chests Beat f lae of holding Militui elections-Wm. A.Carr's. .
and six miles North of tbe
of the Counties Ueroando: ,Hdlsborou"hManatee. .. Sale of Real Estate. Golf of Mexico are offeredfor
suited to Plantation and Family .
?8 use
Did and Monroe. sale, containing two thousand acres, more or Ie'..
PUEE 1VINES & BIA DIES-ror 'parpoleL wifl the 61h> Justice' or
MIDICIXAL The 5 A Beat comprise
For one Colonel one Lieutenant Colonel, and one f ursuanee of an order Lined from the Probate there are two well improved settlements the tract,
-ALSO- Del Air Dtotiict. lo-..il: Township 1. S. Ill. Wand I
R. A. SHINE Jr. !Major: for eneh Regiment AS folloeg: Court of Leon euuotythe uisehersgned ai ex-ofEcic Gin-House and Screw on each place Negro Cabins.
S. R
It. 1 2.
S. T.and Tuwnship
800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE., For the lt Rc;nucDt, composed of the Militia olE.oamKi.i I Tomiship 1. administrator of the estate of William P.. Ryan deceased Corn House and other necessary building; abut
A uc11.onoer; : D. II. AMES M. LIVELY. I.'t.. and Township 2. S. R. I, East To lie calleJ.h. !
county. late of said: county will proceed t,, sell at I 650 acres cleared tire hundred acre of good
.11 It _May 14. 1859. 20: For the 2nd Hegimcct composed of the Militia' of I B l-Air Beat. Place ol holdiog: Militia :!ecti"ns public ,rale to tie highest: bidder, on the first Moo- mock to clear, tbe balance good *ak. hickory and .

COMMISSION! MERCHANT Ssnli H'ta county.For -Hel-Air. day in Ma'v next, before the Court House door in the pine land; will 1 a a reasonable price. Any one
SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID.CA1t.1FHENE the Srd Regiment, composed of the Militia of The 6th Beat will' comprise tlio 7ih Justice or city of Tallahassee, tbe following described lands belonging wishing further intelligence can find out by addressing -
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. Enstetn! District. embracing Township 1. N. R. 2. E,
Walton cuun \. I I to said deceased: or alt much thereof as maybe D. RICHARDSON,
: : For the 4 Ih ncTimeat, composed of the Militia olWfthington and Township 1. N, R. 3. K:; and also the 9th Jus I utcessary to pay the debts ot said estate to wit:: April, Ii. 1860. 1-30. Wakulla coonty.

SALE DAYS-EVERY SATURDAY. KEROSENE & LAUD OILS.For and! Holmes c..unzes.For : ti e or St.:> MarIe District j embracing Towimhip 1. S. The S i of the N E }, and S E i of the N W 4. and
ed of the Militia R. 8. E. and Township I. S. R. 3. E::, and Township N W ..f the S E and N E of the S W 4.
\ LL buriuets intrusted to Li. ear will met I t asia by AMES >9. 20 Franklin nnd C.ilhoLii count.. 1. T. 2. N R. 2 W ; also the S i of the S E f ,
J\ Yo tb [>rum;>t attention. Cousignuients respectful : MaI14.ISC or ImMing Militia elections-R. R. Station 1.
', .. For the dh Reginaeot; coutpesej > S"'iit'l will consist of the Slh Justice oi
The 7th Beat
y The Original Extract Quality
Jackson : acres, mere or less. Term made known on the day
J.n.. 7. )IfcCX: 2 county. Micoi>uki District and. will embrace Tuwmhip 2.
__ For the ,ill. Ke: imcnt. composed of the Militia ol <; ; of Sale. R. SAUNDERS, Sheriff. Spring and Summer.
and
Corn Starch N. li. 2. it Township 3. N. R. 3. E. Sccts.ns
l'n nnd cuuuti.'LFur sad tx-of&cio administrator. ,
,
Gad
Liboity 12. 13.2-1,23 and I 36, f.r Township 2. N. R. 2, F.. 0
CALLAWAY I.
J. M. "OREVARED expressly: for Poduingc, Ice Cream the 8th Regitneut: composed of the Militia oi and Sections: 12. 't3. 24. 23 and 2)6.) of Township 3, March 31. 1820. 14-td WE are receiving ru usual STOCK .f

CROCER & COMMISSION: JIERCUAXT, JL Cakes Ranc Mange Cufctard l'ks. Pun il'f. LReceived < Leon<< county. N. R. 2. E.ict '1'.. br called tbe Miccosukie Beat-: SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, wbio

& LITELT."lOSSTANTLY Iretb by AMEJ & LIVELY.May F..r the 9h: Regiment, composed of the Militia elWaVullit PJ.i<-e of holding Militia elect iutl-Miccosukie., D.W. EVANS & CO., vi rill,.and era wiling very loa, eootisiiug part.a ..
Two DOOKV ABOVE AMU 1819.!>> 21Congress county. [ .
I. The above deiw-nlHjd Justice Districts fro-u 1 to 0liotli .110. ;
( t*1 limixl and receiving fresh inp F-r the Imli Regiment; composed of the Militia of incIuM! i\'e. will each. rcux-c'lvi! constitute one FANCY NOTIONS GENTS CLOTHINO.

V, phee of previsions) and Family Gr.cen -.. rod< Water. Jefercon county Road Diitrx-t and one! School District from aud after No. THE DRESS GOODS
For the 11th'H"'lnC"nt. l .'fbe Mlitia; of ,
fin orders r..tluthe
spared in eJectirg p''nl* to / compo the lt.f next, ensuitig. HARDWARE .
pirn April
.... Conn SUPPLY, received andforal ll.uli.-on. rnd fijttte counlici'. DRY GOODS
f" mtM. ami at the lime t market prl. AFRESU just TayLor order of the Board. ,
try pr"l-jce nI l all other &g"" ds eoui;itmed to niv I.r AMES:: i: LIVELY. For the I 2th Regiment; composed of the Militia of Published A'ttt by: A. AMAKER.. HATS AND CAPS SADDLED.

..;!. 'It i1! roceite prompt attention. The citizens t.f May 14. 1659..; 20WhiteTLead. Hamilton rotmty.For Pre Board County CVm'rs Leon county. 677 PIONEER BOOTS & SHOES, ERIES,
llshi"we ami ticimty are rt-spt-ctfu'.ly solicited to< -- the 13th Hegimen/ composed of th Militia of .
of
Sentinel aud publish to 1st May nzt.
t&'!'.examine ami pi ice my pood before purchasti( Cuumltia.li..w: River and Suwannce contjes. March* 17. 1660.copy 12 DRUGS, Sz:> C & 0".

"''*-'t>'re', Every article warraot d to be as reprei For the 14th lUginietit compostd of th. Militia ofAlachu.i CARRELL A
EXTRA and No. 1 Ground in Lin- MAXWELL
In tl.e purchaser.Aj "OURH pure county March 17, 1860. 12iEw
i! pIII! 16. ':'';i. 15_ JL aced Oil. just received and for ale bv For the 15tu: Regiment composed of the Militia of A. GALLIE, BROAD- GIFT

.__ AMES .t: LIVELY.May XBM.UI
county. DEALIU J'f STORE NEW GOODS !1I
A. J. PEELER'S I 21.165V 21 For the iCtli Regiment.composed of the Militia of -

Clay! noel Duval c uilirs.: 1ew Prices !
LAV. & COLLECTION OFFICETALLAIIM5E I L EMONS Guiva and Cuireiit. Jtllir Piunes, For the 17.h Regiment composed of the Militia of DRY GOODS PROVISIONS WAY, BOOK I
SUBSCRIBER tale this of
Pears Sardine.Pickled:\ O i.ter.liraiuly Peach- St.J,h'8 and Puttmni counties. THE opportunity
FLOIIDA. C'. Preserved Lemons. Uran!:e*. Pine Apples audOitl.r. For the lS "IT"ILL Practice ill the Circuit; C..nrt,n fi GaJIkltn. .Gre.- i Gage MaroiaUde LenxiiSyrup. Uafp- Mjrion C!>'lIlIh'. LNDGROCERIES I L and surrounding country!, that he i ill now preparedto .

> > -..., \VstkuHftJeflerou *i"J Madiirni....... .. And betTY .!O.. StrawIxrirv dOM 1 Pine Apple d... ni'd GIII- For the 19th Regiment,composed of the Militia; of IN GENERAL. i iNco. lE\\.IORK.\\ =- S TOR E offer them one of the beat elected and cheap***
.':. d p-niiiptlv to thy collection ot ? "tI uee pt-r ilo., li.fpl>erry X ii -g ,. Fr..U Salmon. ltHaddock. '_. "......,. v ,_.:... 0-",. ...d .1r.,1 ..''lOIti." \... IS 1858. 46 I I Ilok of
;, '* in' it_\ iI saiJ Coi.nlie*. lI lhl.ut nnd bhad. Assorted Pickles, Militia *"
oed of the of
For tie! :rOtli Regiment.: corfl|> AND SUMMER GOODSever
f.3 Ofiio in the C"I.i'.oI. opposite tu.door of the I IrJJij1 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED SPRIG
Scotch Ale and 1 Porter. Levy. Ueruando, Iltiisborough and Manatee couu-
A, nr\". (I.fn..ral cfike.r : Havana Segars- I Donald Cameron, the Southern Country; comprising *r
30,000
::: ties
GIFT BOOK HOUSE
I
,I t.. -. I lj>!.S" 9-f; AMES: A LIVELY.U I full assortment of
: For the 211 Reiment.: composed of the Militia of
Lll] LP
@ITALLAHAS'EE.
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j21.1S&9.) 21 Dade and Monroe counties. ;J DRESS GOODS,
FIRE INSURANCE --- --- -- For one Captain. one First Lieutenant and one I FLA. A GIFT WITH EVERY BOOK. Fancy Goods, Ready-Made Clothing Bootr

STATE FIRE AXD 3I1BI.\E 1NSURAME! CO Cod Liver Oil. Second Lieutenant of each Beat Compooy ill every at WEBER'S CLOTHING STORE. Worth from 5t) cent. to $100,00. and Shoes, Hat and Caps Jevelrg,

PENNSYLVANIA.INSURF : : I TT RESn AND PUP.E: of the celebrated raDd." coui ty Judges tr the State.The ..r Prolate. are hereby ordered to appoint OFFICE 18. I860. 8 ID@CD fB Guns, Pisto4. Afc., 4fc.,

*. tgaiust: Iou by Fire on the usual termi Jj Uegeir-an Clark i C SALE low in he i i. fearful
F. II FLAGO Ageut.fluh.r For nle by AMES: & LIVELY.May : election and mule returns of the mme. in the innn- the largest and most varied selection: of BoobeYf'f prices .

Tal'ahawe! 18. IMS. 81\ :. :....21. U59. 21 ncr prescribed by siid Act ..rtLe General Assembly! Internal Improvement Lands. offered by any publishing hone in the country, of trade.haviug He,bought therefore too, earnestly ninny good solicits for a the call Spring beforepurchasing
-- -'- flesh, from the band and
----- approved Dcremlier 22.1. 1& 9. all of which are publishers ,
Edward M. West Tt'ST RECEIVED ani>;.lyoMr ALLEN'Sfj In testimony! 'II'h..r"o.1 have hereunto set my order of the Board of Trustees of the Internal are wnironted perfect in every form. ls.wbere. A be i i. confident that i Jon
will do .
Hair Restorer and Zilobalsamum hand: nnd caused t.. l toe affixed the greatL. B Improvement Fund notice is hereby L'ivt-n that A CATALOGUE which fe'rprrfeetionofnrresnge. bur there once you JOSEPH I again.MALINGER.

AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION\ MERCHANT, For sale by AMES: :
Say 51.1659. 21 Capitol in the rite of Tallahassee! tL;* 7th net of September 4,1841.(cl.lmnH.n1y designated- and Modern Literature, has never he.,,PllInlleJ.andhnll Sta
FLA. March 24 1 to. 13-tf
TALLAHASSEE. -- ------ --- dav of March, A. D., SCO.. t'rnllllmpn.\.m..nt Land") which have not hrreto- been copied and imitated by compilers of Catalogues I _

P flO3PT tention siven to Consignment* tn M' English Linseed Oil M.! S. PERRY. fore l been ofTvred for .111... '\.ill be subject to private throughout the country. is mw remodeled
'
cure Rooms iwxl .I l'..r to Ames f June next with I and imprcved and u ill be mailed free to any address Clark'sPlow.Patcntedl"ebrunryl4tb .

Stot [D.c. 17;, 1819. t'J\' A PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For sale By the Governor-Attest : the exception .'l the "OeoiRia Fractions." ou application.: .

-- --- ------ --- by the Cask or j;lIllvD. F. L. VlLLCriGCE. Fe-revue owning improvements .n any of said lands I Send for a Caltlo-ftt'. 18.

OTTO LANGE AMES A LIVELY.May Secretary f Staie will have the prrfeience in entering the sime provided It will be mailed free to any address and will -0

21. 1S51_21Compound_ __ ______ *.* All papers in the State copy four times and the proof of such improvement le filed on orbdite prove an invaluable assistant in the formation of a THE right to tell this PLOW the. States of

WATCH t5 .M AKERA.nd. Gentian semi bill to the Executive Department. the first of June. Where two or more own library or the election) of useful and enttrtaiuingreadiog. and Alabama bra sold and assigned
March 10. 1860. 11 imprutemenU ou tho same tract this person actually to Cut Jo'eph H Alston ,on county'-

.' Jeweler, "mE I':JjL.: .. ': :JE: .sn:.. tftS .. rei.Jingnn. ; coil tract will liaiethe prt'fcrtlIee-ollll GIFTS ; Slate and County Right ro other section. are of-
stoic
M. West
Charles
'\ we. the perron first maVmy imrnne'ucnl'iiI for aale. Apply immediately. Ibis il i
CELLO. FLi. The limitless varieties of Gif distributed! and f..re D .
lJO
I 'JJ ESE BITTEKS are an mfjl'ible remedy f..r be t prtftrred. In cases conflicting. the Cnntrtlinjparties : mz but u strong simple andcheap.E. : .
"TTTOULD rmpertfullT inf<.im the -iliz iof Mi'I. rl f>i1ou! !and all JmiTdcr! nn-in from a dernntred DEI LEU IX must prt-oent the evidnic upon Yo hide their their really m'nnsic! value will commend them to all iTmiol B. CLARK

\ V die aii.1 East "1.$kU that lie detisns itiaking'iit : i condition of the digestive! : orirsi.s.: Dy'pei| !ia, D UIitv. GROCERIES and PROVISIONS claim M based before me C'nthu first of June ihut a lover of jrood ta'te. By buying in large quantities March 10. 1860. 11 Patentee

.rrnn
ti).* f''lW.e' | "f .I..i'.p! nny 'I'@ik in tbe abore liaetiiit I Ac. For sue by AMES &: LIVELY orders accompanied by the CASH WIll\ rat From my decieion: an appeal lies to he Beard of to our patron than: others *i one trial willeinvince Received
be eutru-tcd to-Ijis cure. 21. ls..9 21 ALL Fn and af the first of June the '* In those who wish to test the strength of our Jut ,
way May
.:.. .- ._ ___ .. |rompt attention.J'cb. I Trustee m er
ALSO em".t Lands" will be sold l cattttnlif inducements. Per from Htw York .
11 I hiO. C Seclinel tema! Imp o fur ;
C-:: : copy.
low GARDEN SEEDS. : .. cent rcducted fioai t 111* furueerprice DIsP.A.Tc13 A SELECT Lrt of BRANDIES.
A fine I"'>t of Jewelry. wLich I will sell at the ten ref being CORDI.L
who their urdenwill
Those regard prompt reply to t1 CIGARS and
.
.it potofih'f' piioo! New Blacksmith Shop. I SYRUP
G-rovtT"th of 3.OSO.WE be cute an.I..ncl us their patronage, as the central -
I also : all wlmare indebted! to Perfect Raspberry Syrop
The 1.e.i hereby notify
required.So. persons Ln
Ktferenm piren if Crdil
New York with its. di-
selected SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED:: IllS location of City. many Lemon do
So. SM IRlvCOMMISSION I are now receiving a largeand: well TIm he Trustees! upon instalment note,given fur the pur- nnriviilled f.
: ; of tr.n'portation, give ns
!I"c1. milh. rerglnz means do Pine
and O Hint Apple <
",Sftrll<'iU nf Std'ICO.7Ipfl5iflgaiiextensire > ; ha!c .r Internal Improvemfnt or Swamp >er1 dO
POST & MEL variety of the bt.st and II11000t reliable HENRY HICKS." ,g >wed Lands, that said notes halve been under order idvaniires in forwarding to the mo t distant points. taisett do Strawberry d

and Seeds. from the M'Hiroe llmise to : d'._ ">f the Boird. turned over to the Treasurer Mr. C. II 1'hu business anangementa "f our Establishment Draoge do Cognac Brandy!, UU

MERCHANTS Vegetable Agricultural thiebiiihihinga.lj..i.iinrthe; ; _ Austin who i. authorized! to receive the moneyfjrhe have been so thoroughly! perfected thtt: orders received lornel do Champagne .
In the .el K-ti'<.n of our *t..cV. the grentett care has Shop ..f Mr. E. B. Clark. same. HUGH( A. CORLEY, by the evening mail. the next morning are onlhir -AL'SOL -

Gi ..ord. :., Slrt-t-l, been ..\"cn.dn.l.; a" n further |recantion. the vi ([.ppoeitf Mewrs.1 Uoplinsfe Salc'mnof the Board 1 of.Trustees way to their drstmalinn. and no order are .1.- large assortment of foe C.NPIE. Apply U'

NEV'Q'' OXl.XjlEIja.2SrS.: tali'y..r the Seeds is ernerally tested before hemoffiTid : Mrgmnira* here he is ( of ih" Internal Improvement Fund. !*yed over twenty four hours front tbe tim of their March 17. 1880. \y 3T.EuntsvilleJ .

-- for sale ; ra tl at purclml"r may depend| on flow. prrparodtn perform CJ" Florida Sentinel!. Eastern' Herald Jackson-} reception.We .
ibo> tbet Arc recta mid of the most liable ill ; .:. -=
EEER: TOMrtirs I grttinc : work including villa Standard Mewnacsville Di'pntt'h. Home Com SAFETY_
iLurattcr. AMES & LIVELY. l1vrSllOtI.. &e.. anion end Tampa Peninsular,ropy till Jutie 1st take the. risk) of all loss through the mail, if Clege.

.. Thomas J Perl ins A Co. Tl1nA! 311 e, Fiat .* Nov. 26. 1t59.: 47 inru..ted tu Lie charge, in the best manner and despatch Mmb 17. 1860. 12 he directions: are followed as in Catalogue which is Be*. J. 0. AM..,
Prelidet
R. Harris t Co.. Quiu<:-}" -- ----- JOSEPH II. ALSTON.Mircli not dune I.y other Gift Book House Money sent WON

*. Detihani & I'a.lm..rlunliec'Io! George S. Collins, 10. 18fiO.. : ll-6in Sentinel copy. For Sale I,In the form of draft payable to oar order or letter T* OCATION-Huntsville. North Alb--
Itard J t Dcuham. St. Marls.M
fund if to law .
enclosing registered according are 1J tar iti
surpassed man1adYD
f"'fr'Mr. MrN'aiic'it James Filor.' A Ormnnd. Rev Atlanta West, Oeo MM ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR It Shines Alike for AUTMASON'S A VALUABLE PLANTATION COUNTY. IN JEFFERSON I insured a safe return AGENTS. FACULTY-A full corp of aeeonipliti .a

.. BLACKING is the
CHALLENGE
J. N MiKiiinon Jt Co, TLoiuasTille, MAtJffusm. ..A.r LA"V'Q"' : Lake Mie- xperiencrd Southern taeb .
7 aiticle of the kind in ue. THE Plantntioo calleJ'II TU D. on hook Agent and thoee d>tiring to become so. fall particn&ri .

__ _1858._S5-ly. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. It the Boots on which it i i. used,main 4 miles from Monticfllo( and 2} miles .1aould ex min-f' our term,an ten books can be sold CATALUE application! Precident.EabUville. .
the State Bank. preserves thua its from the Ptn. MEDICAL, NOTICE. C3 OJT.CK? over J;Q tile I leather Soft find pliable and prevents Ala.April U, lf6O. 1
-0- Feb. 18. 1S60. 8 !ri..Lm
J. B. T.\YLOn..I. S. BOND. *. lie the atmosphere dry or mitl warm or hundred are clraretl and under! f-nee. There are rnhe tu the purchaser.fSf .
place two good C.'ttere Dwelling Houses. Kited11. We the most liberal commissions toAg.
TALLAHASSEECAHEIAGE Mid and has r..r n of a century enjoyed pay
Drs. & Bond ; quarter Sirn.k Hoive and other' out\*>uter, and a good .'.ta :
Taylor the of maukind.It
SADDLERY good is moving opinion mirror,and adorns the palace of thereat ramed Gin U..u.... 40 by CO feet; Stabler. Corn I tr; We keep the most varied and]exteraiv stock ,

HAX'E fsoi-iated in tie praetie.ofMedicine. 0( and cheers the solitary! hut of the lonely back louse, Oveiseer's Bouse, and quarters for lt(>0 ne I of Books and Gift. and gratuitously circulate the .
at the OLD BTASD of I Jr.Taylor.Krr AND wuo.lsrnan.; icoes.: Fur many y.srs past this plantation baa been not complete and best classified catalogue the -
T:111I.4.: : >iurv 1. : 59. 6rf ultivated by C.). R. II. Gamble and has mad as ,. ..
I3ARNESSEST: Like the Sun. it diffuses its genial influences upon CODnt ,
tLeirttf'm rood crops as any in the neighborhood.! We guarantee perfect witif faction to all who
kl I and conditions of nod challenges (7
sorts mCII
.a N AIiSURANCE human being Analyzed
th character of the Healthy open
and admiration.For Inf. maiKm in rvgaid to place ins! favor n* with their patronage. bo
ABLISHMENT.II (an be obtained fn>m Cot! GamUo and Mr.J. J. Ilinon Iway prereoU o* .it same essential element,
!wholesale and retail now TO SEND FOB nOOkiJ.rolen .
SH hy of Tan Srasoaa
CONP ANY th. the for 5years. give course Analyc
who was overseer on plantation
Mar. 10.'60. 11 AMES A LIVELY.FOE I <> of Five B. ok.and upwards.should be teat tie an Blood of a person suffering rn Caa

OF HARTFORD. THE SUBSCRIBER For terms and particular,apply to the nndf rsimtdleur by expreiw. if possible at it u cheaper and saftr Complaiot, Dyspepsia ScrofnU,41
II JL having purchased ; SALE. Monticello. 6&!). W. TAYLOR. than by maiL [nd in io.tao certain te red1tobulei
the interest of tie laU WITH F' ible.should he rent in h111 of draft. evr and
TOGETHER if
A HOU>E AND LOT Friend Money po Supply tl die
Charter Family please copyMarch Dol.
Incorporated in 1S19.- rerpetual.0 DAVID E. HULL in .JLJL; the out-builclmgs. which are very ace 24, 1860. 13-lf it payment can be tapped. if lost through the mail.Letters rou are ma, The BLf FD

Lb. CArriage Saddlrry._- _ plellllllutl1! .situate l on the principle ro.d Pi9Hmd enclosing Money may be tent at our risk. pon this Theory-Venee tocee**.-
CASH CA.prl'A.L-SI.OOO.OOO. and U antes* Business,i near the Drpot. within a feW mo- [;jJJj;}; ;>rovidd thy are rf'2.teTellueorcliajt to law.' There liere are FlVf Prrpurnttoniadspted to teficiene'e .
K long kept by him, r hlf'DlI..kofIJ'f'Clipitol.] It has there- -Ian Dissolution.THE precautions are simple, and withi't the reach of all, of the Blind iA different diesases For

ISlrRB: AOATX5T LOSS AND DAMAGE TIKKOi would r"'l'Ctfull| inform -;_ .. an excellent WELL of good water,1 eopnrtnership .>f T. HAYWARD A: SON assuring the afe trauwnitUcce of Book" :U>Dgh*. Cold. Bronchi! 0 any affection whatever
TERMS AI>APTr.l) TO TIIR IIAZAKI. the iiilutbilantsof' Ft oil Trees AJIO OOXSISTEN'T' WITH TUE LAWS LEO N nnd adj-MiiHig: desirable to one that may wish for a plenMiit iiua- desire cl.. tbe bufinesi ort tlf. should\ be nued. The writing should be plain. lio 1, which i* also &No.f Deprestioo of Spirit
to
Of COMi'KXSATION.B. : Countie*, that be will conUnuc: the business in all ita tion. CALL LCD UK IT. JOHN BOWMAN.T T. Hayward. who e up All IInd he N ime. Poet 0&..County aDd Stat. should Li'ss of Appetite, int Cri Cmcplaiatarising

C. LEWIS Agent branches at the Old Stand, where may be found tail >lMias>ee. Fell IA. .60. 8AMCUSO.WM. hr iidvbUd late tirm them a. speedily a* p..eibIe solicited to persons come be distinct to avoid mi'ake.e from Oye us..General DebiTi.y nod Nervous .

Fur Tallahane and Tieioity.Aognst times, to are respectfully firtn > rt far n Calnloprne. No. f>r L..e CpLt No S,fccDysrpaiL
of the
VM. t:. U. MILTON rilhoot delay and pay their dues. One Prtrlti. !
Direct all mnnnauieaton: to D. W. EVANS absorption
Saddles
U. 1687. 33 Hoclavays, n"lil'l, Road Wagons, will always "be found at their old stand (now occupied I Din :
.
& Ca. 677 Broadway. New York- i It i Taken earned immediately
Milton
& *
n.a cu..T. W. BSKTAEP, IL Harness Bridles, Whips Trunks Anderson ; by A F. HAYWARD,) to attend to the collec- Mareh al. 18 O. li-lro_ the cirenlation. to that an yon gain TOO r.tam-

and Machine Belting A.11orneys; ; 81; X.W, Lion of the aforesaid due. No. 4 i is for wbt Irrrgulantie, Hystwrn*
Call & Brevard A SON. T.
T. HAYWARD :
!
Of every uriC"t!. And in fact every article osoally AMDSOLICITORS March S. I860. 10 Sentinel copy. Fellow Cizizens e,4e. 8tupidi.H"aorUi For
A.11orncys; ; : cct XjLW. kept in such an establishment ; and he hopes by.at IN EQUITY ffa BOOKS belonging to the vUt of J.V. Salt Rbetm.ESfuI B.
Jafkox Comity, ,
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. tenlion to the interests of Id. eiutonier,to ment. 5.eootiinau.ee J/arMMito. in the 01 TilE show that many of jon are .ne that \tr\ .tb.

:RAJ G associated" Uiemselre tIiepritetkof I of the patronage so IlbrllfTtn0r HAVE formed and will a attend co-partnership with fidelity and practice prompt- Notice. '.ta.. in sum of f 1 aDd upward: The boob and less nmt b strictly followed. Price( ft.Bto.
.
,
Law.offer their proiesaionnl uniera to thePub.le upon bis predecessor. J. to business entrusted to their ear in tbe weeks from the fit: publication of this notice, aCC ODti will be found with the uUeriber until the Foool p bte -

:: Tb.y .ill| praniee in U.. Circuit Courts ol The subscriber would aUo inform bi. friend and DeN Circuit any OuurU of Jackson Franklin Calhoun and : SIX undersigned ..i1l.ppl, to the Judge of Probate 1st of next July wuen theywlilbe tarnedevevto-! 8 b CHURCH. A .DTJFONT.No. .T.

the MUJ1 Dirlri
C urt o f the United state at Tal1abaMM.IT well known and justly celebrated the United;State District Court at Tallahassee andApalSebleOlL t.be estate of Bartholomew Holt, deeM d. late of .BOtiee tSenof aod govern yourselves aodil- By .wn.: c LrniT. Tallahassee the a ripectabU *-
Office in Rutgers' nw LaiWrnir.. TT" tVe XtaeKir aid county w it T. TAYLOR. S Ai 8PE CE Et'r. throughout woatrj.Marrfc
"YUtb: Western Rail Roatf.0 i hreler 4lVilsam's Sang F.hruaryd,1S8O. a March 17. I860. 15-Rw Newport u U.18. I lo, 1.6 11-1,
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nri&fah tc -- J I A CoiiMrTBtlve SCaiid. ,- MiU'S ITEMS.: -I- For the }1olan-- Journal -" -I I Our -Yr Coi i f.puiratucd- :;--- ;-- : : -T--roh1t- mr J

Journal[ ( The Xcw York Journal of Commerce of the IStjrstant : Governor Houston has a ld.r, which Connection wliu of the I cn. d Ceo. Railroad Jfiw YORK Apl'iI8. I860.EniTor.s pose owing to the constant intrniollllt l th

I'JS' Tile Sew York Confrrcnco of the Trt' Ducr'Channe. of lie( FLOKIIAV& JortsAtRea ir'I'
in the Texas allow lib ner vf the legs, arms and head* of
ilrtliodi.-t appears paper, leclii r.g to Mcsfena. i il said that'there is to be an their nr-i .
Episcopal: Chnrcli have safely emerged EIor.It "inable men ,d.JQT :New York and ,
t Lt.IIJ1SJ'J : name t 'before the Charleston ntnvention. He early meeting of the Stockholders of the Pensacoljt pronounce their boardersu. Bong cMurallj a T-.
4 1'11 th dijlrat :ug l ;eu.I lou Wiiich hips dull, wImUver .t!.er faults it may 1.1'; bnt.dn- i' and'ncamj>luinjng disposition r:
t1nc..i that Presidency [ ,
-- j pnt movement for lis election to the Georgia Railroad Company with reference to the j however m\ j.would .
j occnpied most of Its several The ) 1 ring remainder of this '
days. mnftthwo sl.all. have
tle I : have loroo all this
& .lTURn.'PUIL ; must with tit to the day bf :
originate
*I, 1663. : te construction of railroad ir -ra some on the tJl) treetion
ttliog debate went over the %)boe! growi4 of the pelk 1 p'irt even more than! "iir usiyt! t iour.t of excitement. !! without a hdd
rnv.nniir !
= =:= =: = not the fifu.
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: ] .i. Mctki Road the of
Washington ;
j Iu"f-i qtieaiuit i in iu religious i metal social i and correspordtnceofthelViltimoreSun Ta1alese t t : What with watcl.iog tl.t doings of the C'lmrl-ttoa i wh'uli occupied the-iniddl; of the
2? We are authorized, to announce 1 political U- from Buys the Administration jijlitres tu the claim I>uer'. Channel-perhaps, Alligator Harl-or. f room stiby' :. .
ring the I I "
carlictl
BiUioil men I Convention littriiing to the of th Mf. \. F. IIAYWAttDasfte.wliAite.for i: ti n tTouirbtif yrnitudv ti.the Islam! of San Juan amjt'iat tlie liritisli Government pr.ij.osed (as I underftand) that the Stockholders lre"Jins j' dtterminejv,, .
J.kuttn .
down r1'ta "
tu tie! soeieti' which M
e present : tlltir Ii"eruiu here to bed and! board thrtev men and .
tVl. vhe Leon has been shall instruct the Board of of the an ':* f .
*iit 'a.l Regiment. Florida at Sinn- to athisel. Directory com- .
Mlti 1rr L.T.)alto could t"ll 'had an ample, :: somewhat earlier tlan I ii'ual this year, nil pecu- I My friend could hold out no longer IK :

tit vlrction.ia May_next_ ___ -- _ I, opjxirtHnity( to rrc'Itt his particular view, and I In Wisconsin: Judge DLon. whit maintained party first named to commence this work .itllt.ntJ.Ly. hating upon (lit .. that this 'Uamers wihiji-itig I it as w ell la mote." Ithuiight so. t\l

Thc friends of Dr. WILLIAM I' ev ryl orfy whocotild not,or who wisely concluded. the supremacy of the Fderl tourts over tho State The pn.po iti. ia certainly one of importance I ta from I!121.1.1.f the ns.:Uvf the conle between t' _--

that.there was nothing I courts, was lately reelected'bj twenty-five IIUI.IIJm and a such! shoal be treated. The necessityto : .
Fi fl.'luoont litm M a for drphtirtvf new to offer un tncli a Tom aY"rII.J the Bcuititt BC y. wl.ic. was to Tillahaisist..

t'w TU.Ltt] D'.ai, Leon i.lt.Militia] t the I! threadbare topic had plenty of time for n-flection.! j County Road: of better facilities than
The chipping are afforded i Convention the II
action of tbe Conference site doctrine. [ I of Stale, spoke
t'ctka wan therefore deliberate i time ..fit ItIII.; .tir-t vfMuy.The TalUihaV, .:

.- -.lit- May next. --- --- --- -- and was the r""ll of a very liberal and thoi- I In the New York Legislature a bill, 111 leon by, St Marks DHbt be apparent to all That 'uue t thiit.e! :!!lt I:'.'>t int< .l" New '\'rkft in t' is City another of "* Magnificent term! Ji.lanc"We Uiufc II'
more
"* graphionllv del'riptiY
Duer's Channel
3? \Y( ar-j Hltlwrizct to announce ough interchange if \Jews. And it',Sll follow! PIeI" to perfect an amendment of the constitution point contiguous t may be lade I connrttiou \i'h Ib- CLuiIrs'mi: (,i.viUoii: is the State Capitol, viz: the City o(:i'H.rOIlA ?,

II. T. BLOCK ERai a candidate f..r } of th* j Tlt rhk.luti"I' (nun the Lri i.Conference asking the I I abolishing the property qu.iliA.itioui for iiegroe. to furnish t..se dabted by none. Furthermore: j' settlement L' .ll bi.Iy uf th* chums! of the two I The Capitol of the State, in that portion AuoJ'lta.BUT.

S }:; 1 Leon ICegiaiint Florida Militia bj, .lec- ;, Xew Y'oik Cvufcrcnce t h'cunlnenJ the !e'etl! ." (by a vote of 73 to 33. : to those of DS doomed to spend our long summers sets 0:deirj.tes trim this State, caeli of which assumes jaunt to the l Public bu.ine>s ha* a dilaj.UV.; "
I in Florida, to the air and fine old fogie appearance but in those portiohj"
access
i Cunfirvocei easy pure I ,
;. lion ia Y.!. jggT" j to .cllang the t!avcr}' rule 1 I tocxelu.le The Mormous, it is said, are turning attention ing, to of dali and f l.ltl to n-prri'ent a luujmity of demovralic} voters. remote, there are to be seen many -ijp.- .,, "

; I all IJtr., wiihout. distinction, from I!. to the culture of cotton ; and Wa.-hington county say nothing game, t> JameS I The merit of f rival c crj.iranuf f"r tl.e pre id ncy, and improvcm.nt, comfort and wealth, iiip'v>)( (
We authorized to j jOtu. Island! is consideration.
: are announce the Church no trifling !
j lost the chances ieli elegant mansions and *
was by the overwhelming vote of Uiri-c hundred miles south cf Suit hums for the noininution, are neverreferred gardens. Rut L\ ft
,
:: WM. E.' KILCKEASELof Oad 1n c..wity' I 123 l.k City \IJ yet, wLile! appreciating all thi. it is to be I chief point uf attraction in Jiiilihak' .
to 43. A fubtiut to catch the about five tons was raised the One tl', ant will be entirely h ft sight t hf until | : ee ,, :. _
tsille. past
year.
person found its
candidate! for -elertion 'I Loped that the Stockholders ill do in ibtrlleduul and eultivate.1
as a to the office of nothing ral.lyIt
Major votes vf \ i after the! ( Muteiy
< the cUI\tinl to recognise me or
comprului.'rl limIcJ excommunication r"ise two hundred pounds of ginned cotton on .dtndind which brave men and handsome '
Ueneral of U,4 1st Dh.ti"u: of Florida Militia, at the to thoi-e'xvho hold slaves .for mercenary or one fourth of an acre ; and it is stated that cuter- may be doubted whether a their approachingmeeting the other of the delegation* (N.m yes y Yhl. Tlii-y I late to charm the stranger with their w-auft in':, .p.,

election to b be1 in. May. ,.orsL. selfish] purjH>se ,n but even this was .kfuteII. a prizing citizens are sending to the States for cotton they will be prepared to designate the Gulf; started for Cl.arlfston tel in full totifidn .>f Ling !I resources .f polite yet umsnsentatiuis, 3ttm,1" : '
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are nutliorizcd- to--announce-- - Vote "f Ul to 89. Had the substitute been offered gins t.work upou the cotton to as to bring it into advance terminu of the proposed road. Can they say in i triumphantly l ".ia..I!, ar.J iii'is itntssiuig the j ji closer With arqimintanceship.such a people and we de-ire ii quit tel i,
of and r.o'that
tYe as an original resolution, and nut at a market. a survey report from their engineer i rejection and humiliation uf tlie other., connrclion our na.1 r.
compromis be
% Dr. .. fr Leon a can- which of the I' 1I.iIl.h..rtIJ completed, w\
county oint' Harbor h.Jf't
competing Alligator I
I it ]
1'oul.1 have received Another portion of the will be see the nd her i
prol'lt.l. much coniinnnity pious Capitol : sister
a smallert4e. ,
tlidatc f Oeiieral If the i -The Japan it stated in the Po I City .f ::,, j
<>r !Major ( Western DiTi.iol I government wLaUn's White Bluff, Bluff and the rest-ought to iu "'
But fiiwll the majority Topai ly excited on the important i.f ui Ti->rating brought clsacriutimmiscy.
florid Militia: at the cc' .:-ton! in May n xt.2T a was against this I intelligence, now places iU stamp on Mexican bs chosen ? Should not "the Coast !! .uI1..t There is one
:___ ___._ i hiMdious resolution, it was to it, and Survey corps the spiritual condition of}..-alin! Imiiiiinily. nbrond, thingthntTdllnLaMeeneni-".
enough cf"at dollars obviating th. most important embarrassment too, who, I believe, have not the I I Iris: a first C1.L.SIIOIt"1 building. The tij
We arc authorized to announce I to stairs the vote "r f New York in the next General to foreign comnrcrce. yet completed and at hmt. in any jiumJ/tr of WHJ *. pots-iMe and the chiiefune of the lace-ls excellently thy krniu t-

J. JOHN WILLIAMS U candidate for Colonel of i j t Conference (to be held in Buffalo on the lit of soundings of the Apalachicola! Bay be further heard II imposcille. I Las nlna] } puzzled! me l is, know worthy hunt, Mr.( He lILu. vMtf well ,;irp.attentions .

S tie Florida I Militia May) for the Conservative 5d.e.. I The California pnpers notice the discovery of from tBut why] the nnniversariea LeM It.t every prin are I I make al feel at IW*I". btit it IS :(h
Eighth at the election
Regiment, the fossil remains of sized whale in Santa this : and ill thapen and
a believed structure
large waiving the wautin in
in Mar.5ST". On the lhi; a number of delegates who were ab- ; I i that proposed lumped together I by the hre4, and -nlIr.i" rtlg!iou," nnmTeuiences
_. feut the Cruz in thatSlatc. I was in chalk' road will (with what result to Tallahassee I I I that make a hotel building p>. III., .
-- --- ------- --- Jay previous when the vote 'a takenon f.uol emLeJ.1el anniversaries. Certainly (nmny r'-Ii;ioi.* n-st-VhS- The bvdi the table and the ctteu lsi.-e !I.. ..
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We arc authorized to announce the Erie resolutions, or preferred not to vote at I rocks about twelve feet below the surface. The stop not inquire) build up a thrifty and populous ton!hold meeliii?* li.rJuicing'. (lie anniversary are first rate, and reflect credit upon ihe \ ; ,

Major D. I milD, o! Jeffersen county, a a candidate thiit lime recorded their names I follows-Nays r.pper ftrt of chalk is covered with soil varying town on the Gulf. It ii supposed that immense weak ; but they are not a* numvi"as the aggregate tlemanly! proprietor. .:

f<'r Brigadier General of the Militia embraced 21, )*A 2: making the entire expression of sentiment from one to two feet in thi kniL. No part of tbe"Jlalt sums arc to be realized by some body from the sale of th* various other -ovi -iics which h.tJ their Hotel Much is of due the lo pleasure Mr. D. II of. our sojourn .it rl.' f .
Lasts, the Clerk .
the of the town lots. Now i if the Fcnsncola
wltLiu the ilidJIt Judicial Circuit against abolitioning the church, more titan except HrtcLrl retains its original .Georgia yeiirlymcvtings.it] the same tile, and wLUli are, polite and well directnl attention add to

--- -- ---- three to one.During shape, it having become 6 identified with the surrounding Company, or in other words, its Stockholders or its for the( Itt part bent upon .reforii.iiig": !somebody tractions the house, and the entertainment th.,' t>,
rock to be almost inJinintrui-liablf. bonds, are to build the road which is to bring these I gU"lit .
LcoJ('ountJ Bible Society.1' I the Jiicus.ion of the question, the RevS 4 : or conic thin? These E"d.ieo are chieflv made unof
< Society .ill lie 6t the Mr. Some portions of the vertebra, however, are in lot into market I ask if this and its Stock \e have neither tie! time nor lie tift.s| ;,
"I \11UI Meeting: .lil be.l t, Wakely Mid! he 1/1.been an anti-slavery man company men who Lave "p >ciili.ir views" on slavery and all that we de ire
&
MrlhoJi-i Church in hit Sun iar, the quite a good Mate of I to 11IfJf Talliliavv a-.i ,
Ii o < 1\1\ by..t ever since lie knew prelernton. hoMer should not chart in the of it "
what slavery was but when he largely proceeds I the mode abolishing oa the n''ncpatiol o'women. high-toned citizens in hits Nsuebut as we (li ,

qa.'aic.I II.\4'110p".lvr!.. tit A this notice; of ehurcbcs their art rrtpcctfully and r all saw that the course of the nnti slavery] men was to A poor women in the county nl Santa Darts their sale ? lam not advised. upon what terms the I .'' and.on the \r,. r> i ia our social system g.en- be better known amusing iheiK, and to know r t t'fh!- '

& cung"atn. rule or ruin he felt constrained rA, California, has onegrape Tine whi.-h, in owners of the land at the several and '! '. bcU'r.Ve shall refer to both again ,.
lorrn .arc invited w t present to remove bit coua one year. suggested cral) There are a god many vf these xieties, convenient Ilt" '

Br "lr of the Ex. Cum.. 1: L T. BLAKE, tcnancc from them.M bore five thousand bunches of grape, yielding the competing loints for the terminus propose to adroit I j each listing its distinctive: kiiLau they are all TIe ellJtld".Jv.r.tl, XtitnJrrJ,
Al-ra 2MB, IS60. --_ handsome of four thousand the ? ] desire of the -S/uWarJ to ''ieultivate ,
Secrttary.Neir v d"Jnr When a girl: l'n J Georgia Company to participate I more epposech to eneli hiu r l.ln! to the r a.acquaintance"

--- - --- ----. fsrs. EDITOKS : I notice in the Senti.l that I on leaving Montery for the present home she in their anticipated gains. The only, proposition I Iwith nti Ju..rIj., 'l.c tu?ttl'nt (element of these with the people of this secli.m. .. .

Advertisements.Col. I Lave been mentioned A a candidate for Captain of picked up a vine cutting to drive her mule. The which lain acquainted is that contained in :'I luminous IJ Jltte Cal-! w faced men with longhair meet with a hearty response fiom many uf oui .

:. I.h.r: Gamble! and others.Trustees, offers at the Tallahassee: Beat. Having;joined the! Talhthas- cutting he planted .:her arrival and after the the following resolution, offered: at the Stockholder I j who tever take anything." and who. if zens. TIle Railroads! have brought Jacksonville ai '

j-rivale !sl.1 until the :d Monday in May next somea2ual1e ace Guards when that Company was formed, I lapse of seven years the foregoing is tho result meeting in January lat, by Mr. George 1C Walkt r: ; bhouM (hand! them cigar en.e, would inform you Fernandiua withiu a day's journey frn Tullahas,
your
Building Lot. -if not sold l>y that time, prefer doing my share of fighting a. High P.iute Late RtlrJ. That end we hope that the desire of the people of
San
Francirco any that eat
of tiolent competent company : j that tobacco in
paper speak a you j.rcniptly, they never use
wii!l be Bold: ale.Denham under the : be mlj' any "
they at public for section furs closer
gallant Captain I therefore organized tl. > shall have the acquaintance' will br .
:u'e1. chock] of an earthquake at Sncremcntofwhere tin' r"rp"If \ | form-no Sin.1 hese rtf.rruer" gr tii presents a change of schedule to Lisfriend i decline the intended honor, with thanks to re to build :luiro.] from (the waters of philocophers.nnd -_ ---
I mv was a general stll.pete! from the Capitol building, i itola Bay or liarloramid whose praiseworthy habits, by the'by would seem
i! c ublie. See his friends for their utr Great Democratic Victory In Albany :.
a.trlisemcnt proffered "urprt and the Senate adjourned. A shock Tull.ihas.Je. Railroad at ome suitable 'ther'IJd"1 to have failed tu their iei \ '
Icrujiorarily improve > are ably The 12fti
person X. Y.
Ill rl.lll"ren J a Jfew Blacksmith .bUbliJiiuei.t I am yuur SCOTT. than ten milr., from Albany ( ) ArglU"hIle nisi ncr. ,
I also ft-lt at Carton Utah Tal.hasC pro\ a&hled
\3 City It by l attired
.n this city am! solicit a bhare of [.atruo- -- Territory. slid Road is fiui ready for business the queer-looking curiously women a great Democratic victory in that city i>n the t 1U.
The Foster and waa so cure that a rush was made for the, I determined to Lave thei and who
Pror
general
right,
Difficulty.Tlie Tallithasse!$ Railroad Company shall! have the right I pass instant The Legislature was in eion at tie no.

ae1tror intending to of the Spring Jo- Intelligencer contains the correspondence be. street from nearly every Lou ei.iiisa
'i.ilny twcen the friends of Messrs. were shaken from the( shelves of the minus of said Road should theTrtllakissee! I ICompfl.y
twice
Pryor and Potter, of stores, and a Railroad or every evening during the entire week, declaring great influence in favor of their friends
ring Uje cither for porty
present suwnier, pleasure 'n"
orhealth discontinue
the house, re respecting the difficulty)' between theta generA panic prevailed for a few minutea. the use of its:south end of its that they trill have them. Tile of
meetings
I, are referred to the advcrtscmeut of Messrs.S. is road ; but this: shall be optional with the Tallahassee ArJ11S says:
I cubstantially 8 follows: The Paris correspondent of the Xew York Tribune Railroad said these persons are more popular and better attended When
La our d Sons, and A. P. Watt, and proprietors Company Company le-hrigleft en John Brown and his fellow criminal, -,>
vf Mont vale Springs Tennessee.J owner. Mr. Fryor. by note, requested Mr. Pttter to designate Bays in France it is believed possible to remove tirely frt to ko.'p up its entire road and refuse the tl.an those of the religious socitlies, which: are less executed, the event was rej-7ice over, 'lier, .- in Al I
a time and place outnidc of the the frontiers the interest in the Town if they think The bany by the firi of-canuon
li.tit foi to Rhine without war. Thus the proper. cpicy. Sew Yorkers like; full-flavored debates and by an oflieer h.u..n
in the kll :
>change JII .f the Kail Rend train Tallahassee l shill under the
further ailroat Company have twt-lve place State Administration. Y.i
Mr. Potter 1.
( that Emperor will offer to Russia rjv
replied slice speeches.
a Uie Danube
orrCpndencC. on
from Tallahassee to Monticello. the months after completion of said Road in which the people uf this city Lad the But ;
Mr. G. C. Townsend JU"(opened the Planters Hotel C"nstitll'D sun.in allowed: him noescflpefrom [ to Au.-tiU the same, to Prussia Saxony, and. perhaps to J.t"tuino whether or not they will discontinue There is a good deal of interest manifested, and a their verdict through opportur.pronouncing the Wllvl",1

for the of aud the consequences of such a correspondence, I other provinces ; to Bavaria a money indemnity I the use of said southern end, and necpt t II.r.rorI good deal felt that is not m.mifeate'd, in the contest and rebuking treason to the Uuiou and the i t. ms'-

reception permanent tranient. wherever conducted, led therefore informed !Ir.t and to England Sicily. The of the I the fourth interest in said Town. organization between Tom Say en n nd he Bvncciu Boy." : tution.
LrJtrs Pryor that further I nationality to be as an amtn.m.nt! under the charter of the ) The result is a glorious of ,
correspondence Ini! anJ
- : a lenLacul: .t Georgia Railroad Company. among professional"sport more glorious and emphatic! ((Ida Lad
The Florida deli vend to friend,CoL F. W. Lander. I ; we tiered
Mr.
Delec'tlon. bs Pry as has ju t been that of the far
I mcny : Savoyards. The The above resolution as a* betting on him is concerned hope. The Republicans, in the of Juhn
to concede the person
The Florida were all in attendance on or thereupon by note demanded of Mr. Potter .the will be afforded proposes \to while Ijj
De"gate wcrs this the lr had candidate
po arrangement or 1 Pcn'ae"la "Boy" is unquestionably favorite >r, a for Mayor of great >.-nua !Irespeetabihity.
fJ. Georgia |
the fr.day of the session of the Contention, viz : satisfaction usual among gentlemen" for the afiront The South Carolina State Democratic lots of the J Company one fourth c.f the I among outsiders of all classes and I was going to Bus he is defeated by <.rt-, j fi,

T. J. Eprn-s B. F. T\'urJ1aw, John! Milton, Janice B. alleged to Lave been offered in debute. convention .own to be lai.otat the Gulf terminii; I of both Thachcr, the Democratic nominee, by 3ii9 niajortii
reaffirmed the sexes.Vtll.. I \cill
it. Heenan
Baltimore and Cincinnati the say i in is
O.cn.C. anT G-'orge Bownc. Mr. C. I Mr. Potter agreed to fight Mr. with platforms on condition, Ilo".ter, that the portion (if the any llie Democrats also elect CharK L. Austin >,
Fte I Pryor com and indorsed the Dred Scott t1.csiun.; The Si. Marks and Road below the i good-looking:young feiow! anti there i i. something Rccordef, and their whole City ticket. Aastiimiijority
I>jrLe Committee Contested mon bowie knives. Mr. TI.hR'see point of
1 : on Elections. Chiiml: acting as Mr. proceedings were conservative. junction be akii.o the knight-errantry of old in his going is over 10.Uf .
Mr. T. J. Eppes on Committee on Permanent Pryor's friend without referring this to alaitduned Refuting to throw away I three thousand miles the the Alderman, the Democrat tin Is! '
do carry
prolobiti"n Peace across ocean to battle
Orgnizatiun Gen. John Milton on Creden Li, principal emphatically refused to to between Morocco and Spain is at last this portion of the St. Marts Road, tJirn the Pensa-. with the of nJ, 5tli, 6lh, 7th and 8th Wards-seven out oi :..

tia!& .nd r. 15. Owens on the Platform. fight on such terms, which he characterized alov as vulgar announce Marshal O'Do.XKCLL has reduced the in I cola J Georgia COUlanJ take no lot nor part in i champion England-a hero of twelve This gives them a decided majority iu the Comia
dernniry one-fifth but where the Gulf well contested fights. The girl cant help being Council.
The city !i. not iuar 1 crowded as it expected barbarous, inhuman, aud not .usual Morocco is to procure I City. I ( surprising that the Stockholders I I The
,1 among somewhat Democrats lose the
interested ia the Alderman .
the to the sum ,at their Bo-no, nor the in the tt; r.\\,
it vould I*. NFlorida gCIt emen." money pay actually agreed upon no January declined accede 4 and
meetng I only majority, iu the 9lh 11 .
married by only
women either, for that matter. have maj. u
one can They
to
---- 4 .- Colonel Lander, on behalf of Mr. Potter, pretend cay.Jn to the prop >'itionand( < indefinitely postponed the heard their Tiiey elect 6 of the lo Sunvrvisvi* ant lose this >i ipervisor
replied husbands biothers
and
flail Road Bond that his principal abhorred barbarous and inhuman the Senate on Tuesday, 18th instant, Messrs. whole matter." fathers speakso in the 8th by only 10 majority, and '.:i its

Tli. Charleston! paper s.ij that the land of the the mode of settling difficulties. usual SuMmits and COLLAMER presented petitions praying Would it be unreasonable in the PenAcol. often of the contest, the result of which so many 3d by only 13 majority.
among J persons are now anxious to hear and have Hiram Perry, the candidate of the bogus has
Flor.da
Rail Iu d for they
; rapidly in that the of the slave L- Georgia Company its Stockholders
1'e a..Ulcfi gentlemen, termed dueling ; ytt. on the Unus proposed rp.a fugitive w,the abolition anc to up..t to seen so much about him in the nolds-Wood urgnniznlioa,forMavr i'-
that
llrkd. aed ate in much dctiicn.L which alone would enable him to meet Mr.l'ryor cf ,'. il the District of Columbia and the Territories share trftmUy with the present owners of the land newspapers zw tuirr. llie Stood party in Albany line tii7i.
o. oftl.cn are well their male
quite as posted as
P _, nj- The of
and the .ftl t I. ; i. town lots r 1 think pretence more than one Democratic
> flare] organizatiou
plo1.iliioD tt
on equal terms lIe would fi;ht Lira. Cu!. i.tu..t nut friends and relatives the merits here is
U.lroad Tlcctlns; at Apalaclileola. trade. These petitions were laid the table.An As to an abandonment of the of on "points" and exploded. The adherents of tliii IM
on part Marks
A meeting v u called on Friday erenincr, SOtb Lander closed his reply by presenting himself. with"out Road below the the:1 chances of the two men. They 1iav learned, at any tion worked all day yesterday U> help the Rc-jm;

test, by (Iu Ctan.l'cr Lf Commerce Apalachicbli I restrictions, in Mr. Potter's place.! inmate of the poorhouse at (.enes-aIinp the Trustees junction, i is to b* presumed that rate, and that is enough for them, that Hunan is a licans, both on City and Ward ticket tin tlir>
( This offer Ci-unty; had the flesu: of Li of the Internal Improvement Fund and and their Black Republican allies meet with .
by Col. Lander, Mr. Chi man declined, lt right foot entirely handiome a ;um
.ll* Commcn-ial Club Room. On motion cfJ. L. I the fillow, over MX feet high as straight as mon defeat.
neither ]he cat"n off by a few days since. The 1In.1-hlJtt of the Tallahassee and St. MaiLs
Juuh.tra, \\ )L G.I'ORTFr.was cho en President I nor Mr. Pryor had any quarrel with rat, man had Road will bot't; aide an arrow and at strong as a young lion. How. All honor is due ta the riAtrinlipan.] >>i>n.pmLir*

(.fthe IUteH;. and 11 W. RU$. as Secretary. him. lie closed Ibo correspondence, on the part of a K-vcr-sore on ins icitankie, ana was i.xiged in an and Court a hearing when that isattempted; then, under these circumstances, and the additional citizen*, not hitherto acting with the Demorrstia

The President announced the ol-jtct of the meeting Mr. Pryor by exprcssng his regret tht tile:' matter out-house whither his meals were brought to Lim possibly a of Chuler will Lave something one of being unable to pass a picture shop in party who yesterday rallied by the side uf Ifcmocrat
Lad not been aai y. The foot was left a perfect skeleton to the to sny to it Its ar are v cry long.It any to rebuke Republicanism ted ieeure a cecilia
between
favor of the
height of the! may be wel doubted whether the Stockholders cause of the Union and the IVnctitution.
CaJlen countr, who appeared before the meeting manner usualamong gentlemen. In a final tioto Inklejoint at their proposed of his stalwart frame in the show window- They worked nobly and generously and do

., the authorUrd delegate of the Peumcola and design to correct au alleged misapprehension by Sien Ficn is the present Emperor of Ch'na.Tlie .- than meeting the can wisely go further Low, under all these circumstances, I ask, can the serve the gratitude of our citizens andVf sjuud niia

tttorgia Railroad Company. Mr. White addressed I Mr Chismau of a former note. Colonel Lander assured Ahnanach de Gotha for 1860 inserts hs:: name at their suggested by Directors of the Company I girls help feeling anxious ts hear of the success of all over th, country.Proceedings .

the ccrtingat tome length on the subject of the I him that Mr. Potter would protect himself with in iUlist of reigning lon'chs This ii i. the frt that meeting at Monticcllu on the 21st March.At their young countryman 1 But although this affair -_-. -_-

l'\ltid Railroad. system netting t.rl. in a forcible honor wherever a51iJ". instance lint tli.name of a Chinese monarch was : meeting they adopted the (following resolution ] is exciting so much interest in New York. and if an Board fo. Com. Leon Co.

manner the bc.at Commercial advantages i aLlah Mr. Chi.ml in addition, ptibl'uliet' a card em ever inserted in this aristocratic little volume. I That (lids opinion may be based upon the prominence given At a meeting of the Board of County Coinmiwoa-

MccJ! accrue Ajahchicola] ) Ly a speedy comple- bracing two pul.seuent IIU"r from Mr. Fryor to From it we barn that SeD: Fien is the seventh Emperor to Relor.l (' to buM Directory: the Road will to recommend. to it in the editorial columns of the best newspa.pers era Leon County, held at the Court House, April!

titan of the road from QuinCy to t..hatah.xhee. As- Mr. Potter, offering to fI.t him on Lit own term of tae dynastic Tain, which, in 1644- succeeded the Apalachicoln l3uon. or near t some Iton in Great Britain in that kingdom also, I was 21st, I860-Present : A. P. Amak.r, President,Ju.

i'g. or souse point ia the vicinity CD the Apalachtcola TLc presentation of the lat of these by Mr. Clibman to the dynasty of in At the age of twenty lIe I land starting from a point on tIt TRlall\ee Rail not ware That it attracted any considerable attention S. Rust, and James Willia-the following resolution

r was prevcntf by his learning that Mr. Potter Lad became the ruler of four hundred and fifteen Road abont 5 mile from St. upon the con in the country towns of the United States before were unanimously adopted by the Board :
mi dition
After the addm of Mr. White on motion (,fTho. been arrested and put under Iwnds to keep tie! ions of people but his life is rendered miserable by I that may tht be any selected party or a"parties the Gulf owning the land this morning when I was informed by Ross sit l.t. Retoltrd, That the interest ofde IVniucn!

.. I Mitch-! duly cnJ.d. that% the'IVcsident peace. The first note Mr. Chi'man Lad declined tot the quarrels of his Cabinet and relative cl.Il or donate to thU Company one terminus half of n:,town shall Tousey, the news agents, that orders Lave been be& Georgia effected with Hail as Road little Company delay as demands pontible a that Railroad there

appoint :Commit lee to confer ,'ih the citizen and n\ Xo branch business has increased in so great I to be located muse at said terminu. said town to be laid coming in from enl, State in the Union, for the connection between the said Snail and the Man
-- -- two on the water and
ascertain what amount of stotV would be taken, I Cuba Telegraph.- -- -- a proportion in Norfolk, in the I.t three years, as il of sltermte lots throughout the one said mile town.land"And arl, last six weeks, for ten of thousands of extra copiesof Tiunk Road and with a good fort on the Calf '>

nn.I to report the same at I subse ncrt meet! .- Tl.e East Floridlan of the 13th io t says:-')1r. the cotton tradt.5J a Richmond contemporary. further. that parties can be found to take the onJs'cf the number of the New York Clipper that is to Mexico.2nd. Resolved, That Madison Court Honse anti

The President appointed .said Committee: T. L. Kennedy the contractor of the nlxive) company, has The year '58-69 over the proceeding and the Company leer (lid Bonds to run twenty years be published immediately: after the arrival of the Yaldosta are the proper points in lor'kja and (ieurriarespectve'y -

C JlitchD.! G. Pansy, Tlios. Cnnun. kindly uLiHeJ to us a letter which he Las re year "'1 100 per cnt The total receipts! to per annnm t payable interest at nemi the rate of seven per cn1 news flOll1 England anuouiioing the result of the < for the connection between sail annually)at less
not
L-tlf were presented the meeting by Mr. White ccived from the Superintendent, Mr. Walden in date from 1st September reach 28 dli bales, which eventy-five cents on the dollar. and also the fight. I have since learned that the orders for the .

from E Houbtcun Prtfidont of the IVnsucola and which that gentleman states that Savannah and is an increase of from 11 to 12,00 bales over (liereceipts right of way be secured without cost to Ibat Com I Clipper; received lthe other news agents here Road 3rd.should Resulted, That the Pensa-rola vt Gtor t

Florida Railroad and from J. J Karri* .C. I' Fernandina, will be in communication on Saturday to the same time last year. pany. from country dealers are also more numerous and Si. MerLe Road be extended lo the Bay from uf a Apalachicola suitable point cr on Dues the

tl tju'iricj. addressed lo the citizens of .Apalachicola. the 2lst inst. This is very gratifying inttlcnet -Senator Cwin received recently the "ponyexpress" The terms embraced in this resolution are altogether larger than ever beforeand that the( regular receiptsat Harbor.

: and we shall avail ourselves of the mail a massing ring made of Washoe silver proper with perhaps the single item of the office of that paper from yearly subscribers 4th. Reioltcd That a meeting of the Stockholders
-I 10 Ilonslit. I flci'ieuordc'dto from the have been for the hint few months of the Pensacala & Georgia Railroad Company
give our roaJers the results of the thirteen days from California. starting a point on Tallahassee Railroad more than twiceas
The Democratic Quite a consul should be called
if the to
Quincy Itryvbli" ( 21st instant y: 5 miles from St Marks." those received concert measurer fur the accomplishment
In large as the
.The cratifvinjr intelligence lisa reached our village 1 Convention, soon to assemble Charleston? traIls number of loiters by the pony express were advance of a survey during corresponding- of the afoiesaid Railroad extensions.
l received in Washington citv."Perley I doubt whether any of n! are prepared to at months ,last year. The other two or three semi- Attest : A. P. AXUKlEK,
of the purchase of Iron to I* laid down on the The Vote In Convention. what point the road should etart. ) sporting papers and the illustrated sheets are also Judge of Probate and ex-office PresUent

road between Tallahassee and thi* place, by PreeiJeut Excluding Kansas-which admitted during the ," the Washington correspondent of But certainly the conditions-that the Pensacola] doing considerably Letter just now than they generally Board County Com. Loan Co.

Houston. The first of ton, according present cession of Congress, will be entitled S the Boston Journal, predicts the nomination at Baltimore
cargo 90 t J Georgia Company shall receive title to one-half do ; but the Clipper has more of a circnla
to the terms of the contract, is to be delivered votes in the Electoral college-there are S3 States and Chicago of McLean and Fessendeu. Quint? and the Hall Rod
the town at the Gulf terminus tion than all the others of ita class
lot and shall combined as it By the time that the Pensacola and Boat
t L;the and then for each month following in the Union giving SOS Electoral votes. This not Georgia
The
is New York
ltugult black-republican State conven sell their bonds to raise money to build the road at is regarded by devotees of the turf, the rod, the between Tallahassee and the Ocklockne river i I.

the same quantity. We learn the Iron ia to the number entitled to vote for the candidate t be tion to Jppiot delegte Chicago met at Syracuse lower figures than 75 cents'on the dollar-strike mea ring" the noble game of billiards," the royal finished, it ia thought that there if ill- be ens eon-

be thlppcd from ",.. and that the contract ii of nominated at Charleston, though the number of on the !eminently reana1.1t. game uf chcs** and every other recreation, as the tinnous line from the latter place to Fernandioa
the most kind with elected and in attendance ready for travel. It will thus be the good fortioe
fsvoy.ble reflecting much credit delegates will be
60G. or The business part of Woodstock, N ., was But it may be said that the first of these conditions leading sporting paper of America. of our rapidly growing village to realize at one*
the double the number of
and zeal of )Ir. llt-uitoun. voters. The number of
I upon ability voting entirely destroyed by fire on Monday night ICth will be ftlll the enterprise, for that parties Let me tell you a little story about living in close this benefit of a Rail Road connecting it with the

delegates being, a above stated, 303, a Ilj'f inst. Over one hundred buildings were burned owning neither of the proposed terminal points i quarters in New York, and ll11et np for to-day. Eastern extremity of the State, without baring a
C Delegate to (harleaton.The ity i is, of course, 152 and two.thirdsls2O2. 'i I Rail Road
for distance
The loss is estimated at over three hundred thousand comply with it. I do not so judge. I believe I am tired out, as it is ; but I must toll you lLi,. for only a short eansingvurcitizens
JnclHonrilla StatularJ of the 21st instant, Electoral! or ,the fifteen Southern it I to be impatient for the wlole eonncctioaWe
Cnv.ntional dollars, and the insurance about seventy-five will be conceded because those most concerned can fear I forget it.
penkingofthe selected (tie late beg of our friends at a distance, when thi*
gentlemen Democratic State
.V. or Slaveholding give 120, and the
: eighteen thousand.. I well afford to concede it. A gentleman from Ireland who occasionally obliges come to pass not to jud e of our people too harshly' '

Cimrentioa AI Idegae. to the Charleston rorlcrl State! 183. Our readers may calculate But suppose they do not the] Company still Las me and a few others of his accruaiutance if they tkould feel their importance ivhan our aniet,

_ COOT.. cation. says: themselves and speculate to their hearts' con The t Luis papers are of the opinion that I an alternative-that alternative is this sawing and splitting wood, by peaceable and unpretending village it tu.uenlj
f the selection of the Delegate* from the Pt.'ie, tent about the chances of this or that ia Con Miss Cari>tang, of the breach of promise case, will : A'mdtle tarrying coal from the transformed into a eity noisy with trade, and hr '
-- man Tallahassee and St.
I the cmocracy of Florid ran hire no reason to ttntioti-we shall not.Virginia. I Lave some trouble in pressing her application for anew Mark Road beyond St. .arl. sidewalk to the cellar .C'., .1.., but invariably fora time at least the terminus of a lung line of &"

repudiate the action of the Convention. By doing for distance cf trifling ca-h consideration, infoimed this Roads.-Qxincy 21 tt last an&
_ They are trial. She i is badly insolvent, and the law requires 8 tie four miles, I am me morn Republic
i all gentlemen c>f position of note moral in the and State.political Jemoer u.| gee.t1t11n >" n.Unit. that pitt shall pledge herself for the cosU.- told by those who speak advisedly, you reach a 1 lug that 1 I.e is u# nb.-ut to i!..":" hh family in the + aSeward'
.
_ Ue in mind anul sound Integritv, Unless therefore] she accessible to sea steamers at all times and coarse of the day, and wjnl-J therefore be com Chances.
in principles ; and fresh T.e I"n. Henry A Wise has a letterto can get some friend to help pint The HrraLft Washington :
from the adJrt"'se Half the distance would relied to deny liimsrlf the pleasure of correspondent ttyi
people. in be
NIt lq. which upon h. her in her extremity her cos "'i probably go by tJ.s. over the gradeof performing The impression prevails her mea wf(al")
The Apahchicola 1'mtt of the 18th Inst cays:_ friends in the Virginia Delegation not to urge de&ult. the old road to Port Leon still in a good state of for me a service which I had requested of him.- parties, that Seward will be toe Chicago among noroinw.

.As Floridians ye feel proud of the date name for upon the the Charleston Convention a a caodi preservation. The cost would be a trifle as com Upon my casually asking liim a |Iy, Le was going to and hence all the campaign speeches oa the Jen0
i sit( the well a- of the imi p"Jeedlng Presidency lie guys: -Young Brownlow, charged with the killing of change his IplrtfrslIO Informed cratie side himself
Cu'clton. hat levelled Seward
a .Whoever else the that of building to Duer's ChanneL At me new ar are al Seward.
i positions I 'bioli the delegates from preference has been expressed Reese, a fellow-student, at Emory and Henry College p'redith ment," had b/n to be of it if the nomiotioa
I rCpnlihl. < fr, it has not been expreeset fur me. Withoutthe of this extension construct a is hart- rllng r.jadewhere 1.. lived by appears as sure as
were called to fill The selectionofdefegstce Va., in last was tried at Lad already been made. So the third reworking
voice of February Abingfm which he and his party
for the "pn large I I Virginia clearly and indisputably declared Swept away i might indeed once in ten or fifteen family were deprived of tIe space drive "
as those b to him off by working Ibr Doui
'el. forme I decline last week, and the of self
tj allow on :ground de and
fur the my name to he acquitted air to the
several Jitrict of the State, 1H'rt peculiarly j: presented before the years. Very well. The l loss would be small ; n.cesaery enjoyment a healthful In reference to the Charleston Convention wo'1*
Convention fense.
: primarily for
appropriate and we hazard nothing in stating that nomination. In I : build another. Such an extension would have existence and the comforts of a 1.ome.Upon the Southern Democrats are most .desirous Cf j
no am that it
1''I their meet COUI the of action at be Charleston Conventionwill I cause any division of en'Dt the rote willing of onr delegation.shall Commissioner of Patents Las granted the application ny advantages 1 over the present terminus questioning my friend further I learned that he strengthening'the position of Seward as theft**
approval of their constituency thrOUgh. I for the m"1 of lilt party, so as lo Lave a lair fight"upon the irrepressible
out the State? beg my frenJa therefor 1I.t to offer my name extension of the House Telegraph certainly] could not endanger existing interests lived in a large house in Cherry street in which conflict." *

-- --- but delegation to un, cordially with the the, majority of the patent for seven years ; also, for the Wells Improvement building up a rival town at the expense of thtre( are forty room*. cacti room occupied by five 4-
present
State
Ofi CAD.-We had the pleasure of funning the Intel Lr're< the Ind Convention.t I request them, too I, for Manufacturing Hat Bodies for a like pe TALAHASEE i j families. There is a family in each corner and one Astounding Failure In New Orlear*.

aeoual nJ nence of number of estimable gentlemen to do in good faith. without exacting any alternate ro.1 : and other Florid pa i I Ipri in the middle of each room. My friend it appears The N. O. Commercial mlleen* of the 7th u>*'.
Democrats
g. at the State Convention, and I pledges whatevur. Let Virginia b, a units The French We occupied a corner of oLe of the and There excitement
to whose post offices \re know, we send this t to the nomination let her. adhere GO\'rnmfnt has revoked the articles a favor by copying the foregoing. I rooms, as his says: was an immense deal of

I number as a lltHiny C.rd In the 1"8 time we constitutional principle; unit or not, and to her let con the of concordat to that no bull or other document -_ _- family is quite small consisting of himself wife and in commercial circles yesterday. eumin-tuee1t 4iea
would be de scd to them 8 from the of Rome ALL roa LOVE.-A romantic marriage occurred I three children he got aloag the cwtton'lrckers >rW.
1 ( \ tl.o year ",'n. I harmony of the D'mort be pi eserveih" curt even regarding private per very comfortably for failure of one of our largest
.If they like the Standard they will 1C"rlgt pry rons can be received published, or otherwise put in this eity a day or two since both parties nativesof some time, until the demon of speculation took pos. E. Starke. whose ash lIabilities Ire varion1/

name mocrulic and remittances organ in the; l et they and can send return us their the I The high Spirit. into execution, without the authorization of the Havana. The love story is t t the same old session of the families residing in the other three slated at.frow.330,000 to$100,000: TT learn tta

I number, which wi'llJ.i I rli&cnl..n not J I.10 means Tho Rutherford (X. C.) Inqntrer of the Kth Inst Government. tune-two laving youthful hearts, and obstinate corners, and they all commenced keeping boarder the Sfirriff hums attached 4000 tales of edtto* a

$ i.TenaivJarZsoi.tUt N."J.UJ '.hl 1a4. learns. from a gehtK-tnan who attended the Whig parent!-but now they are yoked by the matrimonial : These money making operations his neighbor ion if his reemal puirehuasetu, atotyct .hijij't51 '

1 We It lint Cnf'nt.n held at Aheville the week pre'ion. j The supreme court of Mis i isippi affirmed lutlter, and is to be that nothing it would Bevel frosnlhuae.Ilev'shhea. TheIoeieer'
nouc tl.n the l !a,JirJ hall I \ it Loped 1i seem, went not agreeable to mjr friendfor
Delegate were to the
r epfintrd National .
the between a considerable nnmber of
of mite law fImit.whom
fen-I ill 1itij Cw.-.T* will re'itse t cOnhittue- Convention! lt.be 11.1. in Baltimore! an i ,instructed I validity making it pnl for retailer tear (bean asfcunder. Considerable romance attended I the reason that suiBvJcnt paiua were not taken tu are believed to be aUiMlanllythem. aJate l's

jfjualnfacvr..KlouM AI. n uPp, IL.t\! Wt I to, ;udorv thug 11tI1nil'bf, the "'larkatg'u Coaveni j i tu frtll liquor J drunken man. IJ declaring! that their courtship and marriage, but they arc ; investigate the character anti habits of tlieir 1oardj .Tlii we l-elwve i h th. brgast

thtee tluil] they will k Jt"rf'lrL) _, 'loers.(. "lion, "itlt! !tall iHMninte: be a iialivtoil N"r alive ':; the owner of tile establishment i is ropou-ible fur wedded now> and we drop the curtain over tl.e:1 j by the families of which they Uam inmates; tiu.1 that has occurred fo tl.w Vrkt f*'

.JIAI. j. the: act or his barkeeper on this I elm If. matrinxfliial: fnjoyracnti-Kty ftXt VtJf6th in.!. t Lc.'iJcj wbU-h, there was no po.<*i/iliiyof is 'fami- I ar" a ,



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11 \. riiLEGRAPH 'l'Le Lcnm.cn fcl,, ('.UI i < E. GREGORY & CO.
BY TELEGPAPH. : :
NEW GOODS)
FROM TilE The cs'mrt of uppeah.if \** yLemtnon rVLasdecii'! tI.'. I

-- tlaT\ taw, nfi.nnni": tlejmm.lgment ,'f the f N awl! After i j (SutcKssoRs TO E. BAIIXAUD, J K.,)

Charleston_ !ention I LATER niOM J miOPE.ARRIVAL : esirl. trims hy iLi' t'I'lmcmmri-izg' .iniuUi..r .11 the O stitute to ( I' Wlwlesale and Retail Dealer m "I

t'>i\riryn' f. April 3.-The Convention met at I II. f JJ[ : < 'nnc!: j J: ,.x'"I: :! .1.i.; Cla.le.. a 'lr'.lvCt'i; ii, ,Ii.. i run I.ic'n ou Sbeetin"?..f tt.4. ; ) \ _AM) )MDKTSKS FOR

.' ".1 to Jaj and Judge SnialUy was tailed to tlior < ,. :..uP:1.,: .,,. JI.! .!...:.I.IIf il 1..11.1.,.. I. I: ,; April ', : ; ,

!IIr.: : K""VLA I:;!.b .::1.. :.,., : :. I I.. l'o.1! I I. ; 4." '. ;. I, ," .;." SPRING & SUMMER,

i I. otu-n win made tiu
1 1: r 1..urnor, cfAtsn.ft4, l< "pp.inlo.l! temjMvrarv The \.\ \.wtl !......... :' the d .. e-a vfth J f 1. AT THE
RAC0. NE,4N: .''''. \J'lil :;. .- .irit' it (
i hsiriiian.l.y :CIUIIltiln.rlll.. }Kitcl.ir,of\1 ti' : court. any*: !j I OF course ;
f The steamship .\trnU-uu (n'lI UU'rlo(101| to New j jYork.crii Double .: T I t. ; C r."v- riT 11.< ".T.1"! r'rmca
!
(
,': :. aa' &ll'l"oil1t..J r"IAI"J. i iT By for the m.i4 ii5 j.or1aht c H on ina.le I.tll q;\ OTI J :
c l Li ,. to .I his dates t-. I II. anie .iit. U i ,jt- uflill C: l lJU1l1H.r. ntPJfilOE" )
; .,' c..II.li..o, .-j.I..i; u'.tli Kii'itn;'r'iv<- |
',' .I I., !1:.',_ I Pr. IlviwVl..fnl.m.; th. I I'Jthof Aj.ii:. f.ur.'.,. > !tltr. .! ',1 I. vj" I IK. :...I' .:.'mil, of .:*Jla.lo"1I1 a tii, >u- .
!: i 'r..m- Court in tie 1.j .. I ,t. .. ._, t. :
ierpool Cotton Mulct, :.p.-il 1X( -Sal 1.s"f two I I | "" : il..1 I
.M; U 1-.1 li., .t \ irjpi! :u. "'.-..-.! a
: ..:'., MeL l.-d to an t' it4'JIll : Jiujkiofi.; Manx' J12.000 [alt!. t."UOD'AS C'tiioilJ& tliechut do- milil h. 1..11..1..1, Iro'brl.t a ..m... ..r nlaiea ::0 "| -'.. ". ..\' : j tar, c. r'r of Cbnt-m aol uroe sue t;, a / .

li..n6 w err 1114 J
.ne time ,-V .J Mol crestirgi1h.r.4c! but oLe ;I Il Ajfil I2ii.: .-Sale* oftl. la.t tWo &t\'1i t\.OOO f.-r T..VII'bt; i '.on t..iimg tnti=ht. I efrrc *l.e Me tiru'.ine! .! l : ", ysrttiriin'1* :ud (':I'nJlcal.le.'jI1.Ts *, .
.1: ; 1.Jr.11111., peuerally uneLanged rerlrg mottl Judge J'jineon I..IMI.-s "n"(; '. hf trol"uuhll-tl t.m! the flowers | .
Pants (W.. >1.ii i :* 7'r !
.. : ia tirfn *1StI TiiKed S
rnijti) *" <
Z'.1ritltuenl:1rldD "
p fife the lint tl MiL.r ith I5\
I on irrouiiJ : e oivner I laJ volci.tarily! w -- -- -
lbuyer* Cotton cteadr.Tl.eiii .
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: 1 w\nbi.J.rJ'r., : \\",31ir of .\1.' uu. .1.11.. a trimugit twmmiIrt.m! ,1.11 I.Ot garden. F..r .. feniiite, Yariishcst B: 11.,1"$. I'.nwjhcne I

: \:.-,,' r:. Uiiards4.-; <.t .U1iIlUio, iLi-an of Aeu- nrrocii4,u in >:,-;:1 hi i Ia 'jinidin: ? rapidly.The T. "1'1 ". tlc W.iili'h! .1 1 '.., sililii: : it th..4rSouthirn I April i 2S, Kurtiiug FluidYtniljio !j Every Variety Goods Required

tapturrf C..ui.t Moi.tfiji..l.a find LU Lruthir cuttoiaer. a linn Lei .f Ntx? 'Wik n. 'r- CUu-ss, 1'utly q...., ej-c I
'
i ,.rl*. und iilh-r*. *nt wed iuu the J. Uit> S<\cral j .
I tanked great i-rmalion in hpin.lleimu i e-liaiiii MI-".,tilled atd |l"li! O,'.T to Mr. lA'IIItwlI a in this Market.
: I die I"'.(Vci w,'rc Trry xit ,). TIero'al I Iii '1 i.m hir.'er tin lli,- ,,he..f his together with a fine asiortuent of *

: ::uli;' di-cutsiou relative to lilt rijiit of the X.vr !; was nlea : two : --- --
gibing Ctfr.uiit.ica -
\', .'. inJ Illinois 1ogat-s] Jo fr.tts. A cinniuittce i t twentyfive [p.ii.n.iseaei.- .*ti !the preen! suit l<. Le ii. .l.tutid, illllfl.] ly M P.'wder! Flai>k ow .
Hcnan then proceeded to T>*udt finally *'l"ilh.J. or two fntm weU ful! article : Ladies Dress
GJ-oods
wit toIti.g
that the fi-Ut would ; tl it a Southern\Jholder! l atiie to
II wae off !-out the Otis >f right Tul ; Horn. and India liubbcr Dressing
-..,t.. to report on ercdiiitiais; an
,,.rt .-II |1Cr1L1DfCt Dt'rgaIllZ..II..n. j jIi. April j-"rj... re'insininc! & heie.: I.&I '..f |l"I".iu, em tonn- C\'erll. Arm lllIll. .ne Combs; 1 tlnl"/ Toihlvt
I Iiro4 '. Ile.rtli ,
I other S'aUt! *. IheMipnia'e CuiirC that Hid n >aPonaums ; C/iucc ilEA VY DRY GOODS
i it
1 i. D. tjU wen Ktnjniii bUt Wax !
apar a r ry I AI'I"r.FJIr.XOEH CAEIXCT TflfllflLE.Wasitrsx. *. lrotL... I .Ult ..\I'rul,i._..t.i.il i&1'Y sucillisliUHie ; Fancy Perfumery: e '"., er.., ec.. .
: i .: infinite far. r* Huntt-r ff \ rji..ill. rlg j '\I'nl !I.-The (t.ituti"o Ile\\.. ....-... !..ne.\ ct', i i" j.t I to ;" up t i the .ipniie For f".lie by width they will cell at reasonable priee- bf '

,,.,...MU; unit net' that Dxu;h* aud :MrJM .il! pajnrindicates that ,Governor Court it Vnaimli..mm, mid there are :roat i r"ind< April 28. ) constantly applied with all articles in their
Uol-rit J.W.I1.tr' - GOODS.ijEjEO
i, n.Ti.untoL: rx'ine fchiaioviU j testimony Wfure the Orode CoromUee lias rai.ed mince iii. l H..I. Sm.ti tl. i i6 l : merit the heretofore lir- red
,:.. .. ti! .J"I.tie"! .if I.:.- |1.1at'orm.! I Ii t Il.f' we -re lordly any to patroLage
I a qoc.-tlon: with the tduiuUtrctioii. which ni.iy in. exlrat usance iu (,>\or slavery uottti berxptcted : their predecessor.
The i (.' n cntioa a Q.t rne<]till 1 0 ol l.*t Tu ejdj I from that .
1 i_
: lve the court. timely : 8
< permaaecey of the. present Cabinet The ; riiysidans rrt criptlon!.
"irg I IIMKL and :
I name of the rneiuWr of the Cabinet d f.r io- -- ---- Fan-y .
necn *
i attention
28 : paid to Prescriptions e I
April ,
I trifrring: witi the Kaof.i policy is dcni3Ld to : The Silkies Dixlrlct Content. compounded tow Pure Medicines at all tJ}. rs-
<' >.T.". April 23.-L"p>n OA fl.nrionys' takH. j j kI.le theqnt'.tiuo at hour.Conresshot. Time House Co-umittet' on Dectioiis ha\e passeda i night. .A.ND

tliv-'liair.Le 1 trU-djr retcmeJ Linlu2.lt te the resolution! in tIme contested election caaf of Williamson 21, 1860. 13

i .<\ and i4at.J Le u mU : ,'" tilnjaliouti I I ,\!. i and :aieVleii the J>.,iiit" raised and argued rMLE L i --- ------- -- -- TI IMMIH 1 S
LOTS, cI ll 1IOPS SHAKERS HERDS: AND Ii Or T ill ill iiEmbroideries
.1 i ;" ,Jvr-.'&i.uwtM.rulr 'a..Lin1rtop.11! 23.-Tlie, |1..>e.r.mr (.f she ; by Mr. -id.lft in relation; to the notice and "peeifiCHtion diately North EXTRACTS. ,

\ I iel .T uioJ a M don. Lii rn..>l mncli I Senate airs unimportant, and tin 1".J, .('journaluniir I served by the! contestant be roswretl for These Los : ___ n

lie 'anted derision until the final) \ki-l.ing to & 1 LIER OIL, Kusbtou'j Celebrated Brand'
\ :uieitt.! to rrada Ictlrr to lV-C ni Thursday. hoaiini', without prejudice and
I I culture, ant Hosiery-
i.lI. Mr. \ijtsion, of AUlanw rust to a | ibl In tie House, ilestrs. Avery, lfT lInt'Ue,. awl : to the right of Mr. t- idle, and) thaj Mr Win:iiu- II the eu ud Mon ------- ---- -
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: ..rJtr. ftati,ijj llml the letter did not relate to the ,,.,ne' Georgia, made) strong webe* in Civor cf sum, proceed to take testimony upon Lie notice atLi ] h, IttbORT

', .:i.11 of (.r j piyablen ( / !
1 !i>- hair deciJ.I l that the letter might Le read .aritr epevris. cent Fresh Supply BOOTS SHOESAND
i In the revolt led General per
Ortegi
Spain by
:
:": iIJft"llUti.Ir.. Fialur iaai ted that it was tht date! they I O' ,
I linI I"c'n ruppreavil miti.l Ortc. t hai ile auction
COTTON .U ml-'T. public
1" 'in. nt. lI.oJ aDS altfut tu fo into tee ri8dingt t"I I 5-
I tuislej by hiu have, made their sul tuition apply to OILS AND VARNISHES
: New York .l.rilOt Ults .. Market ,
t. hi'n Mr. K-hraur.. of X : cl cd"l.and
dull to the tjn '(-n. Maj; and American Window Glass

1 j,ced Wi.ina*"otiHi.. HvLcr intn-steJ CIKI-! Charleston.( April 23d.-ISfiO tales wli Market _. .- .-._ Gen. U i Son l'ure Lead, 1 i ifPI i1J1fl"7 qr 3(Pi
1I r.i.4., but the lutt r nmtintj! rpmVid Mr. Pugli.f generally uuolianjjed.Saianuah. - -- J. } now White Zinc U b1tlEM1U.

I < i):10. aVd 3r. Pitlivr t4ghe the tbLttano tftiit April :.-5CO! btlu I1.]. MsrLet FhrIJafldirchCnpter. P. Paiut and Sash Brushes
generally unchanged.MOBHC. A regnlar meeting uf I'm: C'lia;.ier mill Late i>Iace tli'.senuin D
It.It or. Mr. C.cliraB eiidfatcr to she that ;, "..llhe tLcniaiee of compiI.I April ::-Sale* of Collon to-day :.(O') :
I .nd Kt the rules of Ike Cincinnati Conxci.lion Le I J., f,.J'r 01 the 11. I'. T. B. lUKEIOOTA ERS. .
lift I.. Tleiteanersiewe had no t ffrct on the ui.irk _
Fi.li. rf'cd to \i 4d. when the t.'lair [.ri 1 :*, 1"ft i. &crctiry.I -- -- -------- --
ftloj.ted. I
I -t. Middling l\ 1O Quotations
& t uiitliaDjed. _. \ LUC, best and Common. nn.c1.te:
.lo.i-1-.l I.im.utufurdtr. Mr WalVcr.of.\..:, i .

I".n"t..I' the (1..k'.d..k and trU-d toappcal rgainnIt NEW OELF \'. April 23.-Siles ofCotlon to JIY: I I $1'crial11olirrs.I I S. LvMEit &
. S'Hl.) l lal.-a. MaiLi-t qui,4.; .Middlings: ](>;((.(,HeMol.t EROSENE Lard, Nuts Foot and Train Oils, ,
I .J.cision. Tw? Chair *-oitiinrd Mr. Ctxlirnne' oui :r;(iss"'. Flour quiet Itt :;:(@; :. !.- I -- ;: '- and ; Linseed Oil (boiled and raw.) .

. i.tot ion. and the rake of the Cineinnali Conretition Corn tuo\ant at 7:@:9(.. Exchange unchanged. ; Eaton's Infantile l Cordial. Propiiitors I [ Burning Fluid Camp'icne ;!. OIL AND MATTING
CLOTHS
. -- ------ --- ,
were n.l<>((4..L n;!i r nzain attempted to read the --- Dr. Eaton's Infantile Cordial i l is remarkable for it8woiukifiil goinerj,
. Tlie Mc"raK.. Virair. 1 beneficial effects in (the of chil! Spices &c
i i. Mr-r. but lit (1 air ffi..M.J. The litter "U from treatment ,
& CURTAINS
. i I'.'i n ha!," W AVashirgton, to hike into con"KUration the .ulj je.t never horn Mirpnsvd,aud mothers ehouU! at all tines Mont ale Jamaica Ginger White and Black
by ground ; ;
C. ,imnitte
e t m Creditituil MuuiiujKirtint of the Nicaragua treaty which it will (I.e recollected !! I. te pnmded \\itbarrpply.as they >anje! the I luesan or Knozrille. Seed. Allspce, Cayenne and Black Pepper, Hardware and Cutlery,
.. m 1 the comfort of their little! .
i'' :: 'f "ere nude t1uii the Liy. one*
have been Bottled Mustard. Nice Olive Oil.
Seed
was rejected l. and the rote afterward rreoii.i>)
The prep.iratioi.s of HooJ! 1nre among the

. Cquurril., *1, IE60. ere
!f 11.1 (.."ftlt dll ass perrnanentlj) ''rsai: !5red to- objectionable clause, f that the Prrsi.leit cannotue i nut ine'lie'iiKa) hut fond for the bl.d ; already prepared more nn iting ,

the United States force for the of the I for md.,i'm ti..ii. p'ea.n! to the taste, and natural ME'!".. !S.
I U th or CALED protection
x ar-ruiatllH'llt CTSIIIXG, i.fi. ill action ; andhat one ;1I.nl'; he r.-taiua. The S. Gelatine. Ac,
','. .'- iuivtt, *. FreMdrtjt. thirty-tliree Vice Prewi property and | ersons of Ausiicans in that Republic I lil< ..l FOIM! i is a scientific oi ci>rcrj, ditforii,; from Hotel NOW in business Montg ( ) Lemons by every Steamer. tCf1'O'rn.) 'fi1. 'Y'"l.

'.' 'i'- :. tkidy-t3.tffSicretareL: without, the consent or uti! >riiaU<ear?. ccr tr(0 S1a. B

\ I I..ft,: di..ft4>iii (.Gloved on a ntoti! tn araendTI'H Some of tl1! are .1ir":1: ;: <.f *| pljintr a similarprinciple I eli-eases, li\er .Ipllllllll. d)*pfpHH, and other .1.IiI !- TRAVELING }'' ; 1IESII Chocolate Cocoa Farina .
I'F I fiiMi>es i'lcident ti the lui'ii:in fi.inc. is muciua'edt Corn Starch. BeroiUlrrow Root, .
\ .- x, a* to pitre *aIi d -l**"* the rirfli.ge to the Mexican t"IJ.Itout the | for i its healin? and etrenglhei.ing qualities-cWum- HEALTH. :. Tapioca. Darley. Sago, Ac. : 1TI"rE3

1I .;;n,' nIi pl' *0. TIe |va*.n *f tlie motion Republican. "uteo thc-ee trtbtirs t L. raia.i t<'. '/.;>t, 0''Hi.. in sort the is more .

I ;' .it "ocrml IBrtrtKlrd I i therefore the Democrats are not oi-poJt-O tC'lo.| -. tb1,1: ,.rti-en1o'lit. EITLVT Cream Tuitar Sup. Garb. Soda
.t. delegate were t. Tot
objects are '! .ANDAgricultural
them ithout the U For Mile t.y At.i.- .l Lit.ly. Sal Soda. Alum, Saltpetre, Sulphur,
'. ii tli.-ir. JMcstfMtu ana unit. The atnendi-d 1 \ affording publicans fI:1! time the public to Indigo Copperas Ac.

'FI to make thur = - -- ----- --- The ;
: -
J lar*
\:i.l.f4 l-y a tnsj.sitv. fUggC"tolls
Implements.
-- -, -i A u ii lED i ins are LEECHES constantly on hand.
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). 'I: < nulling* .ALlreiis ia taking the CI.air'nll The Al>l>roachlnir lnltp.1 Election tu In .!a o'fl. On, at fie ''),. .:& tliurtli, Rt S 6'tlock. best cool ant I i .

D. -.,\\''. patri and eonserrati"', enJ erfryv l'hi ' Hn. U:,'\'. I aTKl Wills and adequate --- ---

. ,.,....:...,rnrtL tean nt hi< <.ltffJr.ftot reit-rrtiee The present Mayor of tkat ,-iy, the, lion. Alexander : I Mr I'ecitKKk L. 'ILLFI'I'l r.ofTaM:I'IVHC. H<>ri.a, n.fMus Ice, Fruits, BRACES elifftrcut kinds
Henry mho elixted 01 a people', ticket, Mia.tiVrs&>:. ..!'iles.t.JaughUr cl Gen James where. All A large assortment of the above articles
.u.y I
"a
,.itn.4! t co ,',J the Jutics of the I \V. Arnutronp, if Maron Oco-gin- BEVIIOV at the I J lSTlfEET A CO'S INIMITABLE HAIR band and
i popular ar.lllu ci char constantly on selling
.yy. : n the etaI] in th. hand .. the tafae o fi1 here. Overfii-e
------ -- -- COLORING, warranted to restore hair
fee to all the that hu I grey
so acceptable
'y.he :-" TetTH. JoiiK-e A>I> TTK C ssTnttio11. !" inaLiant As to the ei C"J.: the
Tribulc of Ropcct.Wi.bt.tA original color, at the Corner Di ug Store.J. at .
.. re-elcttion ovtr his Democratic r pj>oi.i til v\\\}\ COIL nvi f' I
:: di i tliiilktl .
-- tW Vast AM-mUj. I ., .\linigitiod!, Luau nun (lit in his; tny.terivu loss RGREGORY&CO.
IH a It IIUl.1i.."> t J--r-i 6:. >.'S -"'J, lu.:i:...locs :i* 24.1860. 13. Lowest Cash IPrices.March .'
.. sa'4''rL' ilteth! fron
fl. t
i < 4 4'Lifo3tiUe: w 51 more or krlr tails f >- wisiloni, to > nmon >j car Thty are !
c.d., 'T- to low the city will rote nest 1'uli. We, hrc,,r, iui.Utour t, iricuJ at.d I'n.t'itr: Jwrs I.: HART, r- Pi'iirtic. DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC- FLUID 24, SCO. 13

i I''" ('.:.raiittee OB tlie I'1atttl'1'lt"lUI cppolntfd liope thai his D..mu.rtie1'11Or.) <'nf. the Hon. John *p"e-U-d and l.!..\,,l l.y all as *u .Clctwn: hus- Ex.ilerantm! ) at the Corner Drug Store.

.1.oi.. : :..:r.. ansi eotiflH **- I Itubtin', wiil I* elected. No bttter or aider! man (banJo a tl.er, a oi.non5 end Hncereliitiij. I perhaps no J. R.CREGOIfl'&CO. TTew c-ccc1
hi" noble! l r.riti in the walks of prunte
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'e.lb could have luen ucminat and he Mill .
we t1lil.J getable 2", 2ttGs). 13Denslow's FORSPRING'
1 1iKrt: f &l*ia(. IVams Of Sew
INinj.'Tiire, life, !iii! lieiievoVuce tj the (Hior, and the virtues the !
tyIU' i: \ i. of Vernwttt. Cutler M.ifMchus.1ts Bradl.h.ilr make equally as good a C".itf: lagiitr&te for tIle that aJinud his character a* a follower of the mried general I .
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,. : AnD? SUMMERPRATORIUSA
City uf IJrothtrly Lore as Mayor Benzine
\ : Klaad. H.-mur-l of C.'nnectieut. Cro! Henry.. meeL and lois I) .J. cis: ;j" Chronic Liver ,
---- Ket'tlred, Tl.at while we cannot but deplore: our
<.f N.-w YorV, Vi'illujuson ff New Jrs-*<'. Iurli Ado about Notlilns:. Ks and Ufj.lv FU.ipilli./e with his fariilv in this tudUn Sick and NEW LIQUID for takingout Paints.Varnish: ] &E3O.
ve of the Nervous
and Stain ( 8ibor! Woolens uf all
tie \II o'.'''it .'f I.iiin'vkii:. Ilayird ,f Delau are,Join! After all CWius M. Clay's pathetic andiiiotk-lie- and sail l bort'a"t'lIwllt, we ow humble fubruia- Their Greasy; rom -.4k----
without injuring (their color or texture while CLARK
written about his ion to the decree of linn uho and tiketh aWay ,
o- "ManljtMl.. luirlxMir .f 'irinia.'r'ryof I rule letters to the North anticipated pielh remedy in mo I no unpleasant odor. It is used with the same

.icttu. .,-tIt Car..::na. I'reslou, of South Carolina, Win t persecution on account of the Ma: cnty fi .hii; asmri-J that our ttini iral :lobs Is his !- tions of the for cleaning Gloves without altering their HAVE NOW IN '

de- 1 1 J..r (,.- rrU. win "if f.Ala I difilcullio, it M.-m that he bus never I o< n in" I menial lletolrtd! pun, Th.it in tins; disjunction: of Divine curial tality! Diseases and ;kinds.also for For removing sale at greasy the Corner etaios Drugstore out cf Paper of e>fCloths a fall cssoitmeut ; 'r -

icnon 1 ">na Ilur.terof] l Ii-j.na, Ii.ar.Iaie"f Mif,ifiipi. I the niigbtert danger. The Mountain f'IIIO I Pro>'idince we ,ieCr w.th nvurnful n-g'et the mno- off any IDOl Lid J. GREGORY A CO.

.:.1..1..0 T.-XHI-. n.rmwr1.rn a ,) Miwmir'1 published near the theatre of war fays it has been val fiom the Itcti,c sonr ..f life-, a Citizen *tudi"u1y In bli-.rt all (& 241860. 13 ,
regardful: .f theireil>!:Bilious or itjciety a friend who will! find
informed members of the committee
11..1 aiiusuiqc4..1| M'.11.iin elf Tenn'-we. of"entinVy. by t>f pafe-ty, a \ Casaimeres,'
Im.w lcc ljil.tr and hu-bun.l whose
never < ption n these '
.. I' yn* of Ohio. Punninjr Tndlana.Vin : I that the name <>f Mr. C. l i* utter at any lime hat upIfffore alT-ctions were devoted tu 11< family and a chnttiantthoce C'aes\i ater.of ALLEN'S II HAIR RESTORER Vestings,

I ;,. vC IllinoU. Ijithrop or Mk-W-nn. Pnhnerofv tht commlttitfur mn>t,ltratlv In re-gard life was given t<> the jM-rfurmanee of the duties cutaneous ZYLOBALSAMUW I, -

pril :..."iMn.
Jss.HlTI. ,;''h) of (Caltfifniu nr.l anna awaiting an uttack,** and] conclusion odrer- 1 of nnnkindKftolced. We ilo HrlMSTREET A CO.'S INIMITABLE Drillings, Marseilles, Vestings, &o.
"tf|>Len)> of ':/. I That a t-i.k! pie he left on tijr m_n- mend all .
Tlio tits that his" J3uglltera are as firm as Ie." the COLORING. BACHELORS HAIR DYE Which they are prepared to Manu'ictcre to Order
Convention ..I"pt..l a rewdntion that the utes of this Lodge ami : "tt..rn' Ji.. i.l l noni nand Also ertcnB've f
;ols upmn that so ridiculous an effusion should ever emanate dane of thirty .!.lays.lt601rtd. ___ ____ Also a good assortment t>t the best kinds ofcmcIo3 an assortment <
tlal all rewjittioiiS toacliin; it thoulj be I That thi preamble aud treat Men and Yoath' Clothing
ere .* n the from the pen of(01. Clay ; for it i i. ridiculous iu the a corr.of cb Oils,
oad v Commit tee. resolution !a ttanllnult. d to the family of our de-
AXDFURNISHING
.',i.i.'c Meek fler.0 the Alal-ani -eolntion I extreme, aud will causes l-mad eiuile to irradiatethe c"J1I'I1 brother and that they be sent to the Sentinel Months for (the Hair. '

IIIDof I ,.'. D ore ivffrred t. the Committee.Ii countenances of all who arc cogciuct of the all.1 I Floral for pnVicitioii. SIX e. the GOODO ,.

1 1..' <;"' rsta Delegation' Iiarmoiiiou althougli facts in the caw." CE\TU'ILU UIH.E. No lR. April 14th 1SCO. and \ Ferg"t.1son.'aREFIXED All for ale at the lowest living pricas. Tlity itspcclfully '.
ana --- TlIJS..1 ltOBEtt IS.GC .. ) as executor of solicit a call from their old friend and!
eor- irnsfedliy number* Letter from the html,. 11-a.Iilii toil Poe. /. W. FISHER, > CoramUtee.AVM late of said ARROW customers, at their old stand epix site the ilarliw

said j' ''. ("'otnmiUe on Credential l .e not rfjv rt
J!.ineM] opinion 'u that the Wood delegates the aliot named) g. ntloinun t. theConimittee e>f th rgi i. I I 1 ie' I'II1JrJ.TELEGILPlIEJ! Opposition| party in Georgia. In this Kller Mr. ----- J. R. GREGORY ,the Poe defines lila |l'-iton in the coining Presidential jttu gtblmliscmcnfiRAILROAD '

ueI'aua TO"TALLAHASSEE. election. It seems to us his \ jews are eminently : Cigars and Tobacco. SPRING TRADE.3.OOO2
I 4a
) \iise and) patriotic and his course one which all -- -- ----- --- --- ---- --- 4 1 0 .
sale ,
the patriotic memtar e.f the "pp, ition fhould (fol.1.I NOTICE. ------
1 I1:11 TOoI'. April 23th, P. M.-The Committee llae I. Krutic i.I is
that
..111'OW. I low. It is w..lIl.nown nn< party PURE WISES AND LIQUORS

OodontUil reported aainit tie reception of I the only one of all the :North outride the Hlutk Republican l n \ For Medicinal .. \ \TE are receivirur a large and well selected{

rnan.lo 'AVoodDfle;nlion. TIle report wa, party that sUodsany ehance e-f carryini; c 60 S VV SPRING STOW, iiting-of

't'';1.ft',11.y a barge majority. j 1! at a single the South State.to t',1J8rrah What folly that t-m! party fjrthe which OprK! alone tifii ) !J'r". : ipOU' !ile.y ;{. WIRES VINEGAR, $C. Boats and Shoct Hardware fl," O HV.f,

'U. ComiiiUtf* *n l' tf.tITI reports tomorrow, j tan defeat the lilack f'r"Li.tu! and fare the \ 21 Groceries Iron. Nail Trace tf! Fifth

''j 0). There will fin 1iaUbe a mojorily In furor country. y \N and after the, 6h( tf May the SUNDAY --- Ale & London Porter, Chains, Strelcllerl.lacon. Salt and .

i I' Cincionati |>l latform. There )Iiai, Wen no !>al- I --_- II V. ) MOUN1NR TIIAIN Ir-ni Mor.ticell.i fiona Td'ahr!: aidtle t', E. ALSO A FRESH fiCITLT Flour 4.$r., $c., 4'(.,
loader 'n Important Dh"f'r-. I SPXD.E'EXIXU TRAIN And for sale l cheap by BOND & CO.
II I The M*di 'on Jft*.rnrcr tor die! IStli inrtaut says: v i ill 1 be dkcntmnmmed. i\ [ OTICn i Congress Water. TJojd. March SI. 1660. 1*
iN _
\V. L. VIXSON As t Supt. c'aims! 11 _
eoa- We are informed by Cu!. T. II. Wardlaw that he I ceased l late of sale at the Corner Store of
,diD" C ;11''iuxcThx. t. C.. April 2Cth.! ISBrt( ), P. M. April 28 1 (\'. 1 S-4t Drug Saddles Harness & Bridles
', has discovered upon his )premise', some two mill'l ;: Sentinel and Family Fiitna ctpyPlanter's present them J. It. GREGORY A CO. .
\1 g
%
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-tmne 1ing The Convention aDd
haJ'ft:I t. met SALE BY BOND A CO.
J from this place, sulphur water strongly imprtgnated 10 Tallahassee! 24 1860. 13 FOR
once .1. March 31. 1S60. 14
-n The Committee on Platform -Bftltc.] to t'lis' 1",1;Ice '\
! tbe .. i, *it!. chalybe-ute prPinrlicsof; excellent quality Hotel. I "' all' ; :rii:": d3 P.A.PY _
fhere an ,
was n'> Lalloti TIle exciteniontiin pciso-ij LL persons vUhinglSIncIibnra'ft Shoes
01-GurJt. : The Dele at*! from Tennessee falotind Thi.'tssnin.portantsiecovcry, and if the propertiesof rpHE Subfciiber having purcha]. ? tonic forward T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. A can have their orders filled! by leaving them .
; the water are really such a< ('. WurdlaTT hrs L the above hutch rc ecifu'ly m jjjjjlfoims
i with EOND A CO.
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OD.thil rcsolntion I. reason to *upj" >se, it will iK,ubtlvs |l'rv\e adtanUgeous lila fl i..U\11S and the public g.-n- IJIJj| : ii & (ContmissinitAXD!: ; JHrrcbauf5 Lloyd. March 31. SCO. 14_.
----- ** r the: ac-rflSSa April 21.
rsblyiniet v..11'118.2C'WI U indebted to the editor of both to LiniMrlf ansi our. xUlage. e..nimoktion of PERMANENT nud TRANSIENT Java and Laguira Coffee. .
T -
ienlj- I .i.udiua East J-loridia for th. following I i >ot Ilellslousl Educated.'* HOARDERS G. C. TOft'NSCND.T CASH DSALXRS IJf ALL XUTDS OF FRio SALE BY BOND A CO. .

for *, ." .M- I Tiio Christian (>!. rn'rr, speaking of the llabaec.. Afril. 23. IfCO. 18tf( T7 \ 'RA STAPLE DRY GOODS, March :31, 18S0. U ..
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: JUU.I I '."'iit*. Apiil 22.Aliotit four o'elocV. thi nrn.-r. of the Jewish Ilabbi! Rapliall in Con.I : Notice. JjJ few Orl COSSISTTfO It FA T or Spring & Summer Hats .
'-' i tre wewrred nt ht MaryV, tTitirely J<- I Superior| .
"se-s : Bleached and Brown
Eo\"S Domestic
Kim'" team H-ntill.. together with all 0 absence from the State PAVIU. B. Soda and HEAP. FOR SALE BY BOND J CO.
of aflablo
.'. I aiMipir; wneoriModwellinff*, al50. large I Tile Rabbi is poken as a very DURING rss my Esn, will net as my sgent.LARDNER Colgate Slices and Halt Hardware and C Lloyd. March 81. 1860. 14 .
fi- y .f 1..1.1'. A l Unc-ian bark lying at the and plt':1So1nls wt'll a* Il'un..l l mm. Ont GIBBON. Croclery, Fancy Grower: 4"J Pro.

ohnoinee \,. oumpvo.l] t.i cut louse to escape the I of the Editors of the 1'reshvlorUn \\llll'ss" April !8. 1800. l- Ixtra visions, Cigar and Tobacco of Clothing.A .

--- II says that "in i 1819 we cros-ed the Atlantic __ ____ Superior lidley'a ) errry brand Fine Bran. LARGE LOT SPRING CLOTICUTa. FOIl

de" I I' -I.IM; Ue-\rna.'IIoI.-AL the Erat" clical : in the same vessel with Dr. llaphall. then on New Establishment. Deiihler'n diet 4" W'BC Putty : sale cheap by BOND A CO

I him- .t.fl' i clergymen and Christians held at I his way to this country. It was proposed undtr vned respectfully! <'rms his, fritnda hail : Potash, }Varnish White Lead, Jce.. Lloyd March 81, 60. 14 Sentinel copy.

nation are ': r.cently for the purpose of organizing a one day by an Englishman, that we Ask himto THE the public generally that he baa net would also inform the citixeni'.f Tallmbaise

ty:" : "' .\\.shilion Tract Society the Ber. Mr. Sihlu4 give his opinion as a Rabbi, in regard to Ectlred from Business, A Bbls \ country, that*they keep constantly E-W-. GOO s..

l.i fulness of determined by o
the Cans
"hUe.as to that clause of a resolution, reading ; w slavery, as nor S

. or 1' "e desire the abolition (.f"lau'ry by the Old Testament or lnw of Mo .bd peace1 I were struck with his rvply. He said the April 14, 1 Flour of mry brand,
their- : ">* alone," as ,11'1\\11, as furnished 1. the nor has he any --
y Sri iptures sanctioned slavery, And then added : they receive reels from New Orleans on the BEG Jean respectfully to dw Ue otteatton et
Ti'uea Texas I
i (..- report : There are those who do not believe in the Intention of Going to of the steamers at St. Marks, and a.a deter the citizen of TaUabitsae ad fjbining eouotic "
Mr.SculoMT was opposed to the rcfolntiona but that 1 Ie will fully re- to sell to the fact that I am nowiopcaueseloa..taeo.xplete
tI.t1. "..:Iot J tL. 'H\NS 'pciiceaL.lemtsn' He : lawful,less of slavery, but they arc 7erson.rw1 mime tbe / RAIN and well assorted _*. .
I VJT Hay and Cheap for Cash.
jP1t ."tii: ftle a1.Jition cof .11I"'r pt'lIef'llhly hate not been rthgiousyeduc.ed." .
". : 1"lt BLACKSMITHINC Pump would be glad to have a all from friends SPRING AND SC3DICB STO
..feID II' : 1I1.lialln it any ''JIre heilecedire -- our I- Ktcoimisisa
BUSINESS Will \" ;
jw.tifi..4i.ing and u\'taillttllOt ', TUK RiJ-tBLic POLIO.-If the Opposition carry promise them that we will spare no pain to fir
:: ',> Inr force, lit voulJ Le in favor of :, (he next Pre identia1 election the North must do It. In all its various brinchc Steel them. Our prices are not exorbitant-all we
}lr. 1 '',.Ifiliat 't'rf'IIt't'HSllry. Jle Ixlieicd If*)" must furnish the ballot', she has the right to one month from tbidate. Hilling a living. Call and judge for yourselves. Dry Goods, Clolhios Boot an'J Shoes, r.icj ,

usYIn ",. 'I. Su. arid I... if I he were a !ar*. would I:! determine the policy of the administration. W scan His shop is fronting Garden Manilla 14. ISC'(. 16tfNotice. I Goods, Straw ana WElmerv Gootit- -

D.y ta hl>ritr thtough the Mood of olio N.C no aovd reason for the Republican party to on 200 foot Street _.- Groceries and Wood," War,
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.' .u" J''p.. *Aj.plaj..) The liorrfbla :, hnon t':.e grwad which it has maintained up to opposite tbe PoOffice Zuker's Harnes- wbei. Iron Powder Watches and Jcwcjrj: ) 5re. ,
of in the of Mr.
to and Shop
the cUe1iwIder ;tel In fie! tlaje the' ,the t it ihe July (.r Congre pre- rear it should 1 Blind ) 1 month after tbe first of this which I ftffer ai astoouli! I low .
*44 U MS, If racli Sriija! 'If .tl'rery into the territories I be intends t* curry on the business a 1 publication rto- n r pricev ,
mean }
..tot -, u. Ifrc-uuld out were that.wt''lII\rv:.( v'ould t) '! Jw.ill vomit tI.dt territortil) : ) l c-ctt l tJf it be neceU' dine Feeling grateful f-r the liberal patmnwhictofore Wrought : the nndcnugned executor of the JaiL Will l o &te far ,the Lbe-ml patronagB Ji fettfbc l" bi-
( My extthded lo him he wou'd respectful Hinges ( of Archibald Graham deceafed,1ate towed upon me J solicit
: "I' hrus: t.ut L. lake less secure : ) respectfully c? lii* 'ance
..:4n4..5 n.lit. done'WOIn1.11I'I', ''' rv .(sir chit n"J'1Ibl( ''n part' It" c D \ mmsiaitg..fwr I "lic.t a C',i>tiiiuapce f f the f Earns hoping by his ow Patent : coonty. will present bit final account as such of tbe.tllue&nd SMite puldic ts gj te key .. etve

thi 'iI". r'ocaJ.1'It-t lUejr, ilitlr: *t lIarp..r'6 :" ...1. w. pflOUot Irt(..' tlte r..hat A. ']"( L pormior.aletfort and prompt attention to reader"Ii I Lime. I &", ttb Judge of Probate of said county and u.satrI4 .,." Ru(.1'..' _".' .
\ \f'I.IIIII', ail liUitv- iii ai.v. it heroines arrltt". t. b.t..r ; Lti!fictV.. U. B I liTTS.Vli For sale by I U dii-charjed. W O. PONDER, Ei'tr. J.A Wte CH1.'re9. u\ .
f' .nd mllytlmi'ietprv I and) .1(1I10!:IiLlUnn ; !!R. lP6.' 1'5 tr April It 1<: i 11, 1S6>. '16-Cm. April M, H60. Ii ti7o.
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1 FLORIDA EAIL-EOAD. FANCY GOODS FANfY GOODS! HOSTET-rSR'S. Dealers MILES.in Drugs NASH Medicines& CO. &c

Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. eefi_ STOMACH BITTERS. TUST received from K ew York per bark R.H.Gsm*.
J bbs, a general assortment of article in
ocr 1m.
T"tkt of r a. ','+*.t.
Mr. / 1..dJg".t such a* Oil of almost kind. Floil
RAIL-ROADS. every Bnrnicp
flittttUie Z/u* / ., /: flJAACE OF SCHEDULE FOR THE SOUTIIEM'TRADE. Com pt,unit urging J...'._".1 <..';.4f White Lead Zinc and other paint, Window Qlat t(
lit .;uI.B.ul.*. ,.r.J"J tVi*,.,.4 best qnalny, Pnttr. Brushes, Potash Soda Sparklm
and after February 21t, I860 Passen. L'Aoerte .lt.rAss..i-e. ,
ON daily J-j'y l4l .. Gelatin.London Mustard French Brandy (very best
er Trains will ruu u follows: c G In view of thi fart that every ttmrnhcc.of for medicinal purposes, Spices )

ON ,net after Snrdny eenirg, Umcli 2th). 1860 Leave Fernardma at.... ... .!.OO P. H- the human family i is rnnret'rl.ws luh-t'I! l Inks Quinine, Pitrnvian Bark. Fluid Pelptr.1A-DKJD'Syrop.Extract Biielu

)- Cars mill I -aand run a* follows, viz : M fialdwtn; at... .. .. .............4.55 II some of the above tmr1Aint. txi :. \innumerable I tc_Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent
t Lnite Tallihaiwe. . . 4.00 P. II. Rtarke at....&. II CYRUS J WENE other condition in lif,'. \hiCh.by !t Medicine \Ve keep none but the bed
Arrive nt }1011t ,lIo. '. . fl_15 p.Lae M 44 Waldo nt.7.15 a the alKiltOC cf a little knowldzeor I hope to merit. patronage. very and

Ta11ahsss.r. .. . . 0.35 A. M. GainrsviUe: at. .. ....8.O exercise of common scnuc.they nm tr iM your WILES NASH i CO.

Arrive. at St. Mark*. .. . .11.00 A. M. A-bt rat.915 II CHAMBERS STREET. so t regulate their habits of dirt, in Lf'.,. Tallahassee ". .. .. 0.00 A. M. Ar.ire at Bn.nsou..9 1 NO. the assistance of a good tonic, fI.cur per ____
Arrive at Goodman'. Station S. 8.50 A. M. mancnt health In crIertoaccomplish this BLACK.Sn1UB1ET

Lave Momicelln.. ... .. . .7.00 A. M. Leave Pronnon at..3 00 A.2!. NEW desired object, the true course t pursue w. !
: Arrive at Talala.vaee! .. . .. 9.05 A. M.Jave I. .Archer nt..............3.SO ." YORKWHOLESAJE certainly that which will produce 1 natur! HE sn ersi ned has muroed work

+. St Mark.. ... .. .. .. .OO P. 21.i Gainesville at.4.SO state of things at the least harird V in town and has opened a Shop in;
,: Arrive at TallnUwe .. . 38 P. )l .aclo.t.5.0! II DEALER IN strength and life ; for this end Dr. UostetUr. the sane building with lIrA Kuhn's Car-

Leave Goodman's. Station 5. .. 4 3<' P. M.Amve C 5-tarke nt.ftJ'O : t this country a prepamti.m riase Shop, opposite the Exchange, vhere all kind

fr at Tallahassee .. .. ".30 P. M. Ba'dwin! at..r 55 COt 8, Pins, Writing Desk, Jcwelry called HOSTKTTEU-S STOMACH of Black-smithing will be done with neatness ao .* C"itHctitig .ib Pout Coacbr at Monticello and Arrive at Jt'mlndina. .. .. .' .10.46 liruslet Needles. Worl Boxes Watches BITTERS which at this day u not a new despatch. He can refer with confidence to tLo.
Gc'lmau'(. Station 5. daily At Moiiticello Freight Trains Fernindina. medicine, but one that ha tn triad (o who have patronized him heretofore for the c ar.et
except ) "
Sunday and Goodman Station 5. c..c Uondav. Wededay l and wilfn, at 4.0 A. M.o md )returning llaYI. hutton, Porte Monaies, Stationery\ Musical Wares, years giving satisfaction t al who have or his wOlk. FRANCIS PA\E.

AND .\ L SO' leave Hnnison.on in.Tuefdij Tburt jv. and Sat Threads Porte folios, Perfumery, the used stomach it. The Bitters, bowels operate and r"erful,upon January 8.1858. 2-tf

Connecting with P..t Conch to New Port arrival urd) \., at 3.10 A. action and
on : M Wood and Willow Ware, &c., &c., them to a healthy and vigorous ,
EICHABDS01TSDAMASKS
(*1. and winch; turns lA>re tbe departure of tie These Trains ont with to and from thus by the eimr;le process of strengtheningnature
Train; and with th. line of Hail Steamers between Clul..tln. daily and with nllt and Irvin Sa. And every article in tbe notion lino rccuired by the Southern Merchant. enable the system to triumph over Se: LJ N ENS
Bt.
New ()rlen.. Key Vet and Cuba tutd intermediate vatinalifo.er time I week. _.-4.5-- disease. Diarrhoea, d'leot,1 or flux, 1 ,
point on the Gult arriving at St. MarVs.on their war contracted I and DAMASKS DIAPERS. Ac.CONSUMERS .
Through Ticket )between all the above Stations SPECIALITIES.LAWaZXCE's generally tten.
to Kry West on the 17th and 2nd or Srd of each Chailrsti.n be ralse" principally by the / of 1 CBuU s.a /j_ mj. and that,
month and nrrivju at St Maria nn their way t<, and between all can the above secured Stations bj the and daily Bt.,, "C aovrtxaa PERFECT EnD NEEDLES. jj'' uwu. n'a STEEL PITTS.TDK FtAimciia Liociac. and diet, will b speedily regulated by a V>/ desirous of obtaining the cuim goods, ibouljee

NewOrlran the ISth and 59ih of eaih nwmlhPaMengeis at reduced rates tho : LAWUNTE'II. I ORIENTAL CfLO L" j IAWRB\CE' .GOLD PESS WABBANTFD.LAwufc brief use of preparation. Dyspepsia that the articles they purcL. are sealed with
by AU
fur Mmifirvllo.or point North of that leaves Fenunt'ini' Stalt: and I"tallicb cE', Sot-mtaM.sg: FavoaiTzLawagacx'a|| LEAD Puciu." ALL 511LI5; a diseahicb is probably more prevalentxthui the full name oi the firm.

will tike the 4 00 P. M tr:in.Pasriif and Savannah on Momlais.11 XVetlnecdays and \\ edne.daj SAurJas*. Also a superior quality of OSNABURG SEWING THREAD in balls, small and large and o(pool*. taken in all its various forms, than J. X EIC1UED303, BOX3 A OWD ".
>ers (or (Gnodmaii' or point East of tliat. All warranted and Particular attention packing.. Neat andconvenietit any other ; the cause of which may always
goods equal to ample given
Freight wiil also r>e taken bj tbe Steamer Augusta a represented of the as a guarantee of tbe soundness and durability of tU
will take be attributed to diges.tiva
the 000 A. M. train. derangements -
with blanks for memoranda
Catalogues, purchaser on
at twi>-third of rote. supplied application. Good*.
The train present or*in*. can be cured without fail lty"in"
will not
run (.01 Tallala et to St. 26 Ib59. 47-ly .
Person leirine to at"ai themrelve of tbl re- NOVllbr HOSTETTE1VS STOMACH BITTElte This caution is rendetcd essentially oecestary as
Mark and l'ACkIfI !
Sund.iv. only on Steamer da).. duced rate, particu'arly! the \ the bo'tle. For large quantities efiufmor delWlive Liiw-ns
lj'11 ar
on
sailing dirl'tion' *
Mauh 4. 1E60.WM. VlNVON.13 As't Supi. days of the Aupsta and instruct their! ICutl as to NEW GOODS) HEW GOODS. WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S thu disease as per every physician will recommend prrparkd. wasou after reason and staled with this

-- ----- -- -_-___ .Liprilg. A. U. COLE Sup'LFeruandina. GEORGIA AND DELAWARE Bitters of !Ole kind then why not name of Richardwn, by Irish lIc u".. who, regardless .
PROPOSED AMENDMENTSTO March !4. 1660. 1 me an article known to I* inralbe} I of the injury thus inflicted alike on the Amraraaconsumer

STATE LOTTERIES Eery country have their Bitters f preveitive anal the mannfacturersoftlie genu:DC Good

TIn TO PLANTERS Myers & Gorman of disease and strengthening o will not readily abandon a business so pi>fitaM.,
S Constitution of the State IN STORE A --- the system in gtiienl. Imo among them while purehoners can be imposed oo with Goods of a

ADOPTED BY MXTII GENERAL AS5E BLT.0 :HAVE: row Beautiful Stock : Grand Capital Prize $100,000 there is not to b a r.o healthy worthless character
people than the G.rmals. from whom tIns J. BULLOCKS 4 J. B. LOCKE. Agents.
NO YANKEE HUMBUG. of G..I.! I"i which they would < -
AN ACT to amend the Sib section of the 6th artialeof respectfully invite attention; consisting of. viz: GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING, preparation erannt.I., b.upon scientific 36 Church St., New York.
the Constitution (.1 the Stat of Florida. Gents Fine Gold Hunting Cased Levers Gents Fine Clast Draic txn-riments| which has .t advance Sept. 54. 1659. S9-ly
Socttcrn Inventions !! Saturday May 20. 18CO of this preparation in the
1. lie it enacted by the Senate and Haute Silver Levers Ancliors and Lepine; Fine N'.25 the destiny great
SECTION "tlJtire' of tl r State of Florida IH a Gold 'atchies; Clocks of nil descriptions..dil NEAR1 1 PIMZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS. medical scale of 6ieuce. TilE GREAT IftVEATIO.V OF THE AGE0

General Aurutbtti con>'ened. That the 8th section of Patented June 21tt. 1859, by Rrr. JAMES Fine Florentine M.waic,C.imeo.Lnvn and Coral Stilt, 1 Grand Capital Prize of ,

the 6th article of tU Constitution of Ins, Stale thai! PEELER, Tallahassee Fla.PEELER'S Brooches Ear Rin s. Brac-lftr, Gold Guards, c FEVER AND AGUE.
blot hereafter be no oot.atnied a. to renderany Jutk-e o Vest and Fob Chains Lx'ifS Chn'n\aiu\ This trying aid provoking ditetie, w:itch flies l. Gear's Machine for Cutting, Planing, Maul

of t It. Supreme| Court. Chancellor or Judge of tlii; Gold Guard. Fob Inc Bnde Keys SOOOOC icleotlm snap on the body of man,.lueing him t ding. &c., Irregular Forms in Wood.0
State. ineligible to either of the offices of Justice of VARIETY STEEL LDELCV Diamond. Opal Ind Ruby Ri.g. a mere slut.Io In a hort II of time,and rendering .
or Prize. .
the Supreme.oflrt.Chancellor or Judge of this State, Plain Gold I'.mg Gents BoMi'm Pius. Seals :Itze l.oo 65 of hI llm |vtiytIcsIIy and mentally useless can 5'*dIet has
Priz's "f ) 65 of undersigned become theowoerof the
upon th. gnMiiid that tEe tame It anothet and different : Lockets, Chirms, Gold Pen and Pencl 0.0 I Prize ICO and drive from theluilyt'ythe, nw of HOST/LITER'S/ THE to
and sell
3 PI iz"l of 6.0003 Prizes of to Ute tbi. valuable machine
i flW. .Ktalion or poet of I ""'r and emolrment Cases, Gold Tooth ) Gold KENOWk Btl fr:RS. Further,any of the above m
'ick. Ant Sio a of Florida. and he" now offer individual
4 of and
Pnz\ [0
[Ninth! General lt'fIltllr.-PII'N'C1 the Senate by "O EQUIRE-S but .ne Stock fur any km"' ofJLt I ver Spectacles.. Gold And 3 Prizes uf 3.000(00 4.810(5 Prize.PrIze of stated t .h- not b contracted when exposed U Rights to any who may desire to purchase Omnty On of
0. constitution majority; January. 18Z9. Putted : Ulade.trn of bich) be Thiiiib'es. Ac. 1'1' .o any ordinary: conditions iTodaciiiR them, if the Bitten
the. U-u-eof may put on, f."ne I d a Pdzea (f .OOO 27,040 Prizes or 20 the Machine cnn be seen in optrathm at any time'
Representative ty the constitutional and taken off in iniuiite.I are used directions. And it neither
one 100 Prizes of 1.000 .icr a the shop of I. W. Bowen at the Tallahassee R. P.
majority January 1J, 1858] adapud to tl sub '-il. l lilhiideisnel< general cul- I Silver Ware. lau no offends the I.alae and remlennj unnecessary Depot. The machine is simple in its eon.tructioo-

ti""tiO' may timed into a du"tf plow it I Plain aDd Threaded Table, Desert and table 32.196 Priz i aniounling i to .. $l,186.85 any change of diet o interruption to usual f rinits. adapted to cut a greater variety of irregular fora-s
!
ACT to amend the 7th section cf desired and is Spn. _::: :: and ,
the IStb article so Constructed that a I'planter mnv II .. but promotes found sleep! lieallhjr digestion and surfaces than any other yet invented. Its capacity -
of the Conttilution ,.f this Slate. be attached t it, the cost of which will not exceedone I II Sugar.Salt and Mustard WHOLE TiCLKTS2rt; H Lvit, $10 ; QUARTERS $5 ; the complaint! i thus removed at speedily &I a is equal to twenty men. and io some kind of

4 SKTK 1. Bt it enacted by tie St note and house doll.ir Soap Pie Knives FMi Kitive Cake H..ns. EIGHTHS (2.50. (t tent with the imxlucUon of a thorough and pams.Dent work much mot It occupies but small (pace.-only

/ tifpretentatiret rf the Stale of Florida in General Every part i i" detachable and adjustable to ilsI. Ice C".m L"le.Knivel B"Ucr' Knives Napkin Ring. Certinte of Packages will be sold at the follow cure. from three to four feel square U sufariciit-and re

r ISlh AwmUi eo"teeJ. Th.t the 7th ttcti<>nof the The stock which may be made .r eolnm..nplank. pine Children' Knives aol Forkr. Cups Silver SnuffBoxes ratt, which i is :'i'e risk: For Persons: in advanced year qmrrt but little power to drive it. Every kind of
article of the .
CoratitutMn 4 f thia State be is and
*o simply constructed there being
amended 1 n Card Cucs and Port Monaics. ot Package of 26 Whole' $25?CO Who inOeniig from an enJ"hle constitution and neat and difficult work in IIoui building. Cabinet
to read all IiaUhtir of curb Rank shall acid in the iron part that the whole plow Cetifclt Ttkct I a Furniture and
may Carriage Wagon
b tliew Ril'er InvatiuM a*a restora Buggy Building.
tiiftrm are
*
be piyaWe in pec-e.: And the aggregate of the liaUIi readily put up by the Smith after PLATED W"AR"E 56 Hat H950 "\ be
te turned
Ac. out it with
ClrC'ItL can by 'It
<
;
oue a tire or and 'I ir. and needs only to Ut triedto lIi.hinc
tie. and 26 74.75
iue of a Rank: (rxclueive of. ''*iU)ehallat obtaining a correct pattern. QUlrtl'r" 1"li'h o. neatneis and
Tea Setts on German Silver, Beautiful Pat And to mother while nursing,
time plated Eigh" 37.37TH& he l i a cJtlpatcb.JERE
rxt exceed doub! the amount of id capital Farmers even fit their present avpplv of c at'lrdate
may Silver Ca tors, Waiter. Pitchers, cniaUe. especially thsmother' RICHARDS.
t.rlot plated these are .
stork paid in. iron Indi" 'h
wrought Ctkr
turning plows scooter, and 1859.
sweep July 16. :9-1
(N'iulb General At'emUy.-raed the Senate by for tide ..tokPELER'S Clk. Bukfll Butter Dh-he.Card B1.let ORDINARY.DRAWIGS nourishment I Is uiailciinate to the demands -
the einntitutivnal Fruit Stand Sugar lkt. C.ndle- the c'uld.! consequently strength must yield,
majority January 4. Ifr59. Pasted 01 Wood, o Ie
sticks Goblet: ic. Elly r111r Lteie i Notice.SIX
thf n"us* of Rrpresetitttive by the cooitituUonal t MANURE : Cups. cc. will take plte in public a -. I and here it i Ii alien, a good tome,such .Hosteller' .

majority January 10. 1118 ] DISTRaUTOR" ttnm.-u.li ISitttm i needed t impart temporary| ftrengUk month after the first publication e-f this .
) to the sowing Class 71 5 1SCO. n
on May
Ontlery.Rogers DrlY .
A Saturday: awl VI,..to the ijMciu. Ladies "nu\l1I'7 all mean the administrator of the
undersigned trials
JLN ACT to amend the amended Constitution' of the kind of manure and fertilizers. whether fine orcoaise. and Wosteiiholm's Celebrated Pocket Cu'-! Class 72 Draws on Saturday Mav 12, 1860. try this reme
State of Florida in retail-in to the Sessions of the .itbe in broadcast or in drilL Any cart o and Desert Knives Scissors, Shears, c(. Class 73 Draws on Saturday May H 1SGO. sit juur |.lij.. .. who if he I t. aoinainted ty will present his final account and vouclitr to the
a be fixed
General Assembly. wagon on a plantation trifling cost may readily for this Class 74 Dr"v: on Sitnrday, May 26. 1800. .,." the tirtuvs of the Iti.ters. wilt recommend their Hon. Judge of Probate of Leon eountv and ask to ftdircharged.

SKTIOI 1. JJe tt'e"ocled by the &"lJfe and HOHUef purpose A ---- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.Guitars NEARLY ONE PRIZE T0EVERT1M ow in aI! caws vf .. ". WILLIAM PERK1KS.

}Uprtf"taiire of the State of Florida ill General Tlie undereigned is now the owner of the State ,Violins Flutes, Flgfleb. Accordeons, Flu. TICIEITS.ORDJ Ol TJ3W.C:1l1tilln the public against Dec 17. 1859. 60-6m A m'r.

A'*emby convened. That the! membtra of the Riaht of F.ondi. fur these inventions. The County tina Banjos fnd T'Oburiut.ALSO :P&WITQ. tt.ill: any of the i.iany iiiututioini or countirflKS. -
House of Reprefcntttives shall be chosen bv the Rights' for the following counties have nut been Tu take bill lt.k f above .
'ju.'ifi! d voters anj shall serve (.'r the If'm1f two sold, viz: yet Fine Guns Shot Pouihts, Powder Flasks, Gun place u .pecified.I .vtli IJITTIun and "L"I I that oncli bottle r

r year from and after the dy of the first election Hamilton. Columbia Madison, Taylor. Lafayette, Wads antI Caps. GRAAD CAPITAL PRIZE OF. .$50,000. I li:n the \\ord Dr. J. HoMitfcr's St.mnch month after date. the undersigned will pr- &

ot-der the amended Cotn>tituti'.n and no longer ; and Leon. Gadsdeo. Liberty. Fraritti,., Jack Ala, Table and Hall J.mp.Lamp Globes and I Prize of. ..820.000 I 1 .8 1 150 Ci 1.ttra": I!Iou n on the loi.l le of the (tuttle,and SIX his final accounts and vouchers to the Judge t

the seeei.na of tbe General A-.emMy thall be annual son. Washington, Ilo.rms: Walton, CJLun and Chimneys. Bronzed China %'ascs. Pariari I" .. 10.000 50 Przelof.. too '::11111'11.1 the) iin-taU.c! c:ip covering the of Probate of Leon county, us administrator on the .
and commence on the 3d Monday of November RA Marble and Tl'tt Cotta Fi.urr.China Jewel 1" 5.000 I 400 Co*, tool i>l ul"'l'f\ hat our autograph cigaali're estate of Adam Oramling 1e
in each : or at uch otter tim be EamLia Boxes. Segar Stand Card Stands, Mu ". tc. 1(0 n ten the lab<:I. 1e
year as may pre. C-unly R.Lt(or the above named CUp 1.' 4.000 100 N .. SOO county, and ask to b (
erihed by law. I of this State County Rights for eounte Also. 1'jp.er; Macbe Wlitnl Work 1" .. 3.000 150 13 rrtpsred cud sold! by nOSTETTF.B & A. P.

SEC 5.: Be further enacted. That the Re-preaen tie of Decatur Miller and Early, .( the State cuo.ofGeorgia I Boxes, Backgammon B Men, D"min<>es.Moroco 100 II ... 100 S'JJTSI, I'ltMnrgh, Pa., anJ soU ly all Jan. 7, 18GO. -
tntiTt flitll: be cWcti on the fir.. Mondav iu Octo. offered for Bag, Leather Satchels, Table Mats, Japanned -
are now sale and bidbyapphin
I lif : sad dealers'
generally
Prlzt trrcrei'S!
mayb .Aj-prn.rinatiun
Wr in each and every eecoi.d y.ar from and after th.lint. I Waitira. tc.
such
elrcnon tinder the amended Con tnutiuu, or on the piiichasrr; immediately a chance to realize o more t"rl Ibm ten give Also, Hiz.irt. Razor Strops,Ilair Brushes,Sha\ing 4 Przel of 40.ppr',. to t50.0 prize..are$1600 t'irbR=hnct Ik? ultrd SUte i, Canada, SoclbiunIra

such other day &II may be directed bv law- tbe for which be tines Brushes, Tooth Brut-hes. ic. 4 200" 20000 ;nil Germany.SCOVIL months after date,
they can
Sir *_ Cc further enacted. That' the Senators Persona money in of these hugM. I Also, a fine assortment of Head Nets uuJ hair L 2. 0" 10.000 1./00 I & MCAD SIX nt. his final account !

Jrtl'! he cho Hy the qualided elector for the term I right! can any obtun them wishing plantation at this Pins. C2T Call and see at 4 C 225 I :.O O",1\ iss.s1 rrs..aisrs..s... of Probate of Leon county,
.t four at the time in the by applying me MYERS GORMAN'S. 4 200 II I charge from the ,," '
3 un anie came manner or for Ihe vhich live. d 4.00" ElO "wP.nie.'sIe g'esita
place ruy agent county ID they
4 150" I ham G rinses deceased late .
ami in the time places where they vote for m"-mtx>n. i Sly ul.if..rm price for the individual righfto male Nathaniel Hamlen C 8.00 Sold bv K. nRNAnr, Jr., 71. NASH Sc.CO.
of the Iiou.e of UeprtftnCAtirrs. and u i person chall i be a Senator nue he be a whit man a einren of Distributor $5 3.000 prizes or 20 :a'.1 noCOO Florida. Jan. 21, 1 SCOInsolvent. -
the United State. and shall have Ien an inhnbitant of tbe e-ch.material an.J 1 COMMISSION MERCHANT -- April y. IS;:. 15ISNOTICE eoJ.
The c.t malting of the stock Prizes .. .. .. .. ------- ----
cf ibis StAte for two vear*next J"ccedilllllill election, ready for plowing with any kind of a LI..lf. i is about No. 33 Pojdras St., New Orleans. 5,485 amounting to. 3 O.OOO

and the lal rear thereof resident of the dwtiict or *. This includes wood and 'it-nih TO ALL0 !
-
|: llt" iron complete
Wnon TfCUS hALvES S STATE OF FLORIDA )
ilO
which ; ; QlAnJs $ OCtrtitct410f
.
for I.shah be choen. aud IbaJ: liar :
county REFERS
6 The ct of the blades is 01 mg to tu.ir weight TOEx.Gov.James- WaVnlU County. J J.n
? attained the age of t"f'nty-th'e years. I and what tbe Smith charges ,which Broome, I l in
for making E Packages the Ordinary M. SPENCER, .
TallabalMe Fla
SEC. 4, Bt further enaet'd. That the cla*.ifica- t than is Drwing his thanks for the liberal patronage :R:
i i. generally ll barged for mki'i any other Gen. H. A. J following rates. which is : IN returning very '. William Pelt late !
tion of SetiMoi. made at the first aea.innf the Gere. I tied! of exceeding A. U. ,, E heretofore stowed him the rndrrstfrned -
a plow b.tle. being No\ee "q-, I CertificaJ" of Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .$80 upon ceased, having filed in the
ral Assemblr h'H in the year 1845. shall eotitintieoiKhnrige'l I !) simple easy to give the proper sett. Sp n r. r Newrr F 10 Half 4') would respectfully inform the public that b) county a "ritt..nI STI

one hnlf cf WM.II, .* nearly a. r""llltle.I I A sliK-k complete-itb a "tl turlDt plow blade, John J. Snelliug. Quincy Fla .. Quarter . 2o still continues tb"C.HUUAGC estate of raid \Viiliam Pelt
shall be chosen forever hereafter Lifllnia1v, f ir the and will cost here bout Wm. -ffVrBon Fla. a .
cooler tweep in onr On Bailey, county r 10 Eiglith 0 notice ill to
BUSINESS hereby given
term of four year- PronJe hoverer and it il hereby i f 5. The stock without the irou work can be furnished J. G Putnam, Fla. _
MaJilr raid
of.iflu-e Eq. la ordering Tickets or Certificate enclose the In all its branches agninft estate to appear
declaneeI.t7at the term of that rla "of Senators at 20 cent each St Fla. variou* "
I Augustus Et.Cc.ar Keys. amount of to addre! for what. ouipb -- \.L tho Judge vt Probate of said
unexpird at the first eltcti'ni.t.el.-rtl.ea.nended Every where tbia plow has been introduced it has Daniel Bell, Eq. coun'ty. Fla.Ed money our at the OLD STAND opposite '
to came tbe Lottery in which wi,h 1st of July, 180, when
C"0.titutK-n. shall extend to and expire on the first i considered purchase; you it the Book Store, : .
in hundred .t'n Remmgton. Eq. J l Geo. invested: and whether you wish Wholrt. Halves or and strict alten : -_- -- tribution of said estate
OctI't"r.ifllllf and
hope by
1I -
Monday nxty-tirn : Tor..ie
I ISIr.
The Most EctnomicaJ Convenient and Ed. : Eq, )r
5. Be further tIIItld That the first eke Ef. elxu. Duncanville Geo. Quarters...ts receipt, of .'hidJ..e send .ha is ordered tu.n.tu his.l>ufiiie>* to j jmerit 1 est lite.If.
I Jack J. Manh. ,
lion for AfSHiiUjmeti; undrr this C
take p'nce! on the 6i"t Mon'!lay in October eighteen I A great nnny (.f the most reliable! and intelligent rf..20.1158.! Immediately after the drawing, a .Printl'c Drawing shore of the public pat- ,. Dec. 31, 1859. -

hundred and .ix'v, and the first *e* Km of the General p1wt"rl of Middle Florida hive> given certificates of Certified to by the 'Il b sent rounere. .- j
Assembly under this amended institution shall I and are of opinion that ns soon at its 'VIIA SLUSSE I with Kg J xpllaton.r lie would also inform

dtmmeitce on the third Monday in November 10 the merits l ecoine generally known, it "i be the Only P Purlul r will please write their signature the public that le

j ear ei,hf-en 'hundred arid Sixty one. I Plow u-cd bell g not Lave only! the m" c..cuitnt butcheapest M OCFAfTTJUER OF CorrKll.TlN AND SHEET : anil. !: State.give the name of'..heir Post Office, COUD', bas fitted up a room at his shop for InkingUOTOGR11SZ THE undersigned the Ukt Will having and !
f.w they ever ;
Stc. 6. Be fttrthei enacted. That the pt-.ionl of p .eeu
the General Assembly shall ix-t extend over thirty This I'K,W baa t.ikeiitlte first premium in all the booN WAKE, WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL All emmnniCtionl strictly confidential. Housioun. deceased late o( :
State Fairs it has been entered; and two premiums DEALER PLAIN FANCY ANt JAPAN coWAKE. tr-; ? All prizes 91.000 anti under immediately gives notice to all persons
C day in durati! .". unless a conttituttoual in jority of IN > : paid Pictures taken fr/lm" small size to a cabinet!
awarded' to it nt the bouili Carolina: Sate after the up of whatsoever nature gaint '
: Fair other
lmll dtcm Nomrmterhall \ were drawing- at us-iil
it
members prizes
the oxpedient. tb nnd life size. DAGI ESREonrrs copied and enlargedto
Uet Fall but I do w mt to hsupon time of ceased to present them
from the State rhis \'icu a'ter! ; t.t planters buy lig: forty days.t
receive *'
pay 1 Stove Ilend-Qnnrlcrs. 1 lf; size, either on or canvass ready for
paper within the time
ion of dn from tie th -se mmenriations atone I want them to : Wood. Eddy .t Co' Lotteries are drawn prescribed
the spiral thuty s continuously W5I!L KU1JNS.C .
,a eemeiitf the ) l buy the right-have the plows made-given them a I I \ SPLENDID assortment Cooking.. Parlor f. and Wilmington. a paiutinjj. barred ; and all persons
e*>mmei> SC5'fl ..t3.. and Wood Stoves,trimmed with neatness i Orria DeJrwarl. Call and examine 8pt'cimens.l:1J make immediately.
after n payment
Src. 1. Be farther enacted That the act entitled fair ti ul: mill if projierly making and using Address rl f r Tickets or Certificates
:
d-i find aod durability, reduced prices.Out "SSJ t Jan. 14. I860. 3-t( EDW
they a* I here-n
ao act to amend the Constitution of this State. nsto them Ot tbl'O aIt"t'rti"l. a I WOOD, EDDY CO. Augusta.Georgia. '
make il.c feMxin of the General l Assembly biennial pledge' myself tft return them money. Tins I I Door Work. d Feb. 25. 60. 9-8w

instead of annual be and the same is hereby I think is A fair. as they ruld ask ACFNTS WANTED Roofing.Oman.ental Front Heads. Guttering. or, WOOD EDDY d CO. Atlanta Georgia. P.B.BLtOIiAW'S.LIVERY .
A. J. PEELER TalIshitosee. Fl*. Cop I or, WOOD, EDDY & CO. Wilmington, Del.
abrogttrd and' annulled. a. far as the same i i. IUCOHliltent I and Tin Conducting Pipes.Sheet Lead,
of this I hive a Shop in this place: exibiMvelv per Cistern Ci.-culais Schemes f., the month AND SALE STABLES
with the provision* act. f'Dlgc Zinc. Pipes, Patent Pnmps. Shop work t containing r having. "
[Patted the llou e of Representatives by the .making repairing i these be fumifhed p r"! 1 purchasing of every variety done at short notice. : sent, free excuse by addressing a shove TALLAHAS:3EE.FLORIDA. ALL persona character
with
lights
plantation can pluw j
C.>*titutionil majority January 15. 1659 Passed would .
and Country Merchants qaHE Proprietor inform deceased
ai 18 < pouiuL iron woik,24 cnl pound City Hardy Bryan. are
cents per per
the Senate by the Uoosttluuoo l majority January FULTON FOUNDRY I bit friends and the
steel k-winch I lew per pound tl an any other Are respectfully invited toicc{ mc a call Ufoie purchasing I them propel ly \
15, 185t.] plow\I can Inni.iUe fur in this elsewhere.! public, that he has rebuilt his._ within two years from this
4, SCO.. 7-to maket e N. B. All articles manufactucd from the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. arKe Drick Sublet, at the old UnJ, and i if DOW barred ; anti a.1 thoctt ind
Orrxcc or TilE SKKCTAIT 07 STATE, ) t' 3. very friend 5'I
t and warranted durable. No other art pre ed to accommodate his aud customers immedint.ly. L. C.
Tallahassee, March 19th. 1860. JI J SOUTHERfnNVENTIONl! ewill be offered for sale. JOHN lROY, Proprietor. He also has attached to his Stable,a good Blacksmith March 10. 1860.
hereby certify the loiegoing act entitled "An GREAT -)- Shop where he willhave have done all kiodsol(
Act to amend the 8th section of the 6th article of the -0 ()ctoberO.155 42 ENGINES (ions 6 tc 35 br"'power Plantation work Horse shoeing,aud Carriage work in 11

Constitution of the State of FtC'1 idll." An Art to RONEY & LLOYD'S STEAM t order. of the tat _ork.I the very best manner and with promptness and dir-
amend the 7th section of the 13th article of the On.titutioo & intbip., ,an J as cheap a can be purchased in New pitch. months after date, Ih
'
of this State.5 "An Act to amend the PATNT soraiEnx f )' rUNNO y I Tick or any Northern city niv\\ laid down iu Florida. November. 1858. 44 SIX his final account
amended CooFtitution of the State of Florida in relation olke Cj.liu<;* fur Saw Mills. Oust Mill*. Ac. of Probate of Leon ccmntv. '
to the seniors of the General Assembly," to Z I h.. oonstaiitly on baml. Sugar }[il.Gn OCrin. 18 Carriages, Buggies, and Harness charge from the .
l t
be tins and correct copies of the original acts oo file :: V 4 FACTORS { inches in diameter always 4d.or made onJer.I For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. Mary Townsend, deceased
'
la this ocs. Dee I Some beautiful patterns uf Iron for grave
Riling
Witness official LaD 1 Sobrcnberhas just received a
signature. ic.Jobbing. 0t.W
my ------- -- yards THE March 10,1 SCO.
"P. L. VILLEPIGUE "TTTE call the attention of the public t our \ I of all descriptions executed with c&; lIre supply of Carriage.

Secretary of State.J \V PLOW. feeling satisfied that it the most Q3rucral QflJlnmi.55i0n fUcrcant I neatness .or1,r>aUh. All orders addressed to -Buggies. and Harness,which he ofifets 11 ,

J ire Jacksonville Standard. Tampa Pcuintalai convenient; valuable antI economical plow yet invented John C..rdy, Tallahassee, Florida, promptly for sale on the most reasonable terms.
;- and Marianna Patriot will publish fur six nooths aDd must when it has been tried, supercede all NORTH CON.1IERCIAL WHARF, I attended to. i b Nocemb.' 18. 1854. 46 SIX month from the first '

and forward accooot tOytbe Executive DepartmentMaveb4.l8RCt. others. This is the opinion of experienced planterswho c F. IIANCKEL, "j"jM'llS ( Terms Cash. the undersigned .' '
IS-Cm Lave examined it. We are are "r..pare to sell TUNNO, ( -60. DENTISTRY.DR. of John ParkhilU deceased
patent, and call the special atfltion puLlicthat }\ Carelton, S. C o present his final account to

TL Marshal's Sale. those wishing may secure ttm soon. The plowcan E. W. NOVELL, Special ISTotioe.ll"AYIl Leon county and ak to be

\lrtue of a writ of fi. f i. Issued (coin the be seen at Lloyd and we will JeT patterns -sfr I AVISO purchal the interest Joseph Cardy S. M.
BY !k'i Office of the United States Diitnct distributed at different places very soou.RONEY : in tbe well all account Feb. 18. 1 II Go.
Court for the NoHhern District of Florida, Tallaharsee d LLOYD. IN the absence of one of our firm, Me"ll D. C. i. due the concern, the a hereafter r be conducted .
bUlree..i
It Div'uion w hei tin Charles!. Martin is p1..... Jao.14l86f1._S-tf_ tiff and James M. Durdin II isdefendart I hare levied us, receive and' advance upon all Cotton dcsigied for forward aud settle their accounts.

upon and will expose fur Pale, iu front of the Court Salt Salt u HANCKELTUNNOJkNOWELL.Charleaton. JOHN CARDY.

2lou door, in tIe City of Tallahassee on the first S. C. 7. 1860. 2-1 y T. J. CUR LEE
January
s',. Monday In )[ay next within legal hour, the inter- -i 0 0 0 land SACKS for sale Liverpool byMcJTAUOHT and 600 Turk. I- Jan. 28, 1860. 5 t Sentinel copy WOULD return Lie grateful acknowledgement
L the defendant in the deKribed I Middle .
eat of following A ORMOND. MEDICAL NOTICE.Dr. ROGUE & AMATTTP! citizens of Southern Georgia, and
tL property to wit Lots Nos ((18)) eighteen and nine- New 18S9. D II and East Florida?fur the very liberal patronage
1 teen (19)), lathe old plan of the City Tallaliasiee. Por.OrL 8. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS received from them during the past five or six yeart.

t I Levied upon at the property of said defendant and Notice. Star White I He will continue the practice of the above profession .

to be sold to satisfy, said writ according to la w. A3 l 1 the & AT XjA.W in those sections of country and has mad. sucharrangements ,
on ,
E. E. BLACKBURN. U. 8. Marshal by SIX WEEKS alter the first pUitn cf this :H: locate offers hi. PeG services Ge.Rllrd formed co-partnership in the practice of with manufacturer of Dental Materials
prfinl
JOHN II. ElloDES Deputy MarshalMrrch tice, the undersigned will Judgeof to the the ; lie can HAVE, and to busi.tTheas North a. to table him to pot up FULL salts of
SI. 186X( 14-id. Probate of Leon county (o letters of admaitra.tio be found at the incidence of Mr.J. CUt.. aboat mtrnwed wi aten any professional teeth, in any of tbs popular mode, at from fifty to BLACKSMITH

: Tax Sale. o the Estate of Alfred Bryant, deceased, late one mile from the Station. *. :F J D. P. HOGUE..... .e..A. PERRY AMAKER one /iKHi/rwf dt.llarsle than u usually charged for THE will be l

: cf said county. JOHN A McINTOSILOhsegowOa..Marrhl0.186l. Nov. 26, 1859. 47 I May 1. 1853. the same in the South; (be meant what he ray.)andguarantees OLD STAND. by the ;
TN pursuance of an ordinance of the City of TallaX 1 11-6. I them to be a* DCBABLX. BiACTirui. andiiavicKABUC thanka M and soheits a
I
I hAMee, I will sell for ens!.. in front o(the Court a* can be put up North or South. berriofore
10
Gulf & Interior Rail I1rokla patronage
) Qopte door.in the City of Tallahassee Leon Conn TAXASSESSOB'SISTotloo. Cit Circuit Court.-In Equlig.I Those in need of hie nertieo. caD by dropping a JoJII.lII. .

ty. on the 7th day of ilsy next fur taxes due said Company. r Mary Lweoe. ) note to him at either llmit'ccllo or Ma.litr n. Fhu

.\ for the yews 1853 and 1859, the C..llowIDLo" t V Bill for Diroree.Phtncia base the work done and time to teat U Wen* pay BLACK- !

or so much thereof .s will be sufficient to pay who have not already given io a .. W'' I. 31 L. lAwrence, J Jappearing ng far it.
: _
I- aid laxe,to wit: Lots Not 2
ditioo half of No. 10 & 16 north half county qr; that they must do so ,under the penalty NOTICE is hereby riven tba in conformity with ,,I. affidavit fiUd. that the defendant in this Bill reel December 2 5. 1S&8. Cz_ liTHE. iliac :
a one
4 Nos 271
I iiorth addition: >\ 51 south half County jr.. ; No* Tie Tax Assessor TV|.ectfully suggests that it is ny. bouks will b C'pet io Tallahassee, a the Store ) ? be bad upon the facts i. Billl'se N otica.SIX eooncdMo with has Lrviar

40 & 42, north west/addition; N County qr.; No. S8' north addition: No. tit,Old their delay many seem think he should do ;o the and at the Store o 1WI. Ladd, ID Ne..prt Florida o U e first Monday of July ot It i months after date, the undersigned will pre- -

PJan! ; Nc" 58 A 65 Northwest addition; No. 257. contrary it U clearly t. duty of every person to for subscription ta the Capital Stock of Md I her oee.thatacopy of this order b pblM his final accounts and voucher to the JUdge UO&SE SHOEING
the and Journal of Probate 01 Leon county u ex officio admin
i once a
x5S. S59 4 2fiO. north addition; half of No. i2 pod render iu-their list the we.fr t
C come Alr. wh O aM will "et7
t
of three mouths.LPass.dalCbaiziber.tLie. tor oo the setst.ofV. V. striDe deceased. LiU of
north haf county qr; fwt1f of aid discharged
29th March A. D county therefroq
ad.JLtten, 10ft Lot ce.34.iiurth adJilloa. Gregory A I* U. DEiyLLT. Com misaiooers: G so. R. A. 8hioe. Joseph day .
JOHN n.f Jl\rMal. C Tax.Assessor Leon Chair Esq. J. WAYLES BAER Juef. U.; T. BLOCEEK. Ex cffirio .
Co county. Del Ld 1.1M. .
a
I860. Jtiwary
7. IV-Cm
1"l-tClal, dey Jan. 18 II. 1MO. April fi0Tw
)ajw l: JI, 1GA. March n. 50. It-till bUI [8Lop. 14. -

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