The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00403
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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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cnb gasinrss (Earbs I ATiESe iiv LY--- D.' W. EVANS & CO. mOI.'TV ALE SPEIKGS. New Establishment. I The State Sunday Scliool! Conrent'oD, I.I I.

Called I the last Florida Annual Conference
!! informs in friends I by I
1860.S. undersigned pectfuy .
'WHOLESALE AD HETltILD'ZIlS TilE the public generally: that he hat net I met i'I.' Motiticelio on the 2Gti! of
MiLES( NASH TtUKA.LEnl No. ,ggl-X THE LAMES & Sorss AND A. P. 'ATT, Owners
.. > Retired from Business |I Apii), A. IX, 1600.Ti ( .
11Dje- also Owners mI / and]
l'ioprit-tors; "/y. ,
I o hour for csamc'.ipi'i tie )business of .
I : : 1'iopiii'tois of | JXCHA C-L: IIoTkL, J onto01111' I."r ?ER- Y sIte! Convention arri ing. on motion of lev. : -
rrGs) MISTS, 677 .', I Wm. Giifaij! nt'". D. L. KENNEDY was -:
on (the Rail RoaJ from Daltonor nor Las Le any called to the CliuS' '

i EIICiXEg( ; MOl L s i : Mm.tiaU-,): t.tiviu..; t StitC.iuic. Kno\\ilr:!, ,* 'ltn.its Uil.fr, at..Luiu. reach!,,nor I| Intention of Going to Teras, I TLe ciiuiimnr, in the r.arr.c of tlie ciiizens: ,
!I hut that Le will fully r I
,\\'VT.;i *'in'.:m thesr n*r(111' and the puMie.f luioxuile. ft.nee: the last season new hiilhn's: \b5S. welcomed the delegates to hospitalities

ti.rv: :,1 .v,' ..:. I ttr') i/oc.d :< oitm nt oft ac J GIFT have Ucn! the giomuU eiiUtged and "morehighly I| tome the -l X ) I of Monticello, saying that he hoped their de

.. .1.. ." i, c1wait: }' l k er>* in their lint\f bcsinest e.iuiM.-li-hed! tineyards pll1l1tt'tI.orchard., gar- I BLACKSrVUTHINC > JiL -rlUo1l8oulJ result in great good to tho
,1 1 wail h- rr'-cirin, to ulariv fresh supplies. Theii LlII... utd firms extended, aDd the whole ['i.ic made BUSINESS : i important cause which they representid and
erlflloull! be re-wnnaV.r.Tfclia'jaw. more inviting thin evir.Mt'fsrs In all ;it* .arions; branc'i- ;
Arri'Cth ISiJ- 14. TALLAHASSEE LA WAY, BOOK h. L.nirr
Hotel bu ine!s (i I'i Silicon, Ga., iu New York, nnd d&ti'. His sliop a fp'Ut- : to God.

R. H. DERRY ncv r(ccn r g a )pr.e and froth supply t.f MJW iu Mtui'jfo'iiHry! Ala.) f.ir HUBS tu.in T IL>TTjosrj. in nn 200 foot stre 't. : The Rev. O. L. Smith D. D., was called .,

ARE varut. ..':.,tic > l Ipt liy trugie. Kspt-rienco tnu lit them the wants of the opposite the r'*f-Offite I upon to conduct religious senices.On .

Auctioneer and Commission rLA.1L7: c 11Ii.1.s MT-TOns. fcCSS/ STORE ViSAVfLi.G I'ILLIC; nn.l they n-s-ure all 'nho setkHEAITH. nod in the rear of Mr Znker's Ilaruess Shop where : motion, J. O. Branch was elected Secretary 1
coVfotT III' rLrA!rt:, ti!...: no t-ummer !lie- he iutends to carryon the bu-i in s* a* it ttioulii beljue.
MERCHANT and >tiipr*. ill! aiv ftfit
yLUI"\UU. FU% S-pt,:9. IS5.; 2. full frppiy of it-ry tl.iig needed ir our line :>i>d on T11C OilJES1L..TABlISIIED I in the FXTEST uiid ViattTT of means by which these h-i/toforc extended :10) him, he woull rerpectfullysol.ct I The delegates present wore requested to I
---------- as liberal tennn ti* they rrn Le ha.i in a-iy h<. iit. -- GIFT BOOK HOUSE. Jhj"C i 1i are Tliey I a continuance same hoping by own I feport names to secretary. Twt'nty.
\73I. II. :T'lcDOMLD & ro's., Ordor* liy Si.nl or otherwise promptly at- .. ._ the ;public: to their :d\lII/ages in all the- re!ptcts. personal effort and prompt: nltcntion. to rentier entire.atisractoiL {five delegates reported their names and took
tended to and f.ll.d 1 a :ih tl c tame con.- & (sommissicaTo. Jcsr pnixLoset! l by Custum. To Ca h end seats in the Convention.: 11 j
Jtotrtuing A GIFT WITH EVERY EOOH. Los ire alu.-i;l.lnt Mid prepared nnd corset by the April :s. UCa 18-tf
prompt time Luytrs, we fol! conCucnt in MIJIIIT; Me bi.st cooks an,1 I waiters. Tlu Ica CHOP is u FILL: toe, I I On motion, Thos. Perkins, Hl'S.. Wood- I
102 NASSAU 8THEET can giTe tl>em entire t4t-.facllm. Our STOCK com- Worth fto'n r.lt'c" '. to $13QQ. lD.1 l lul.qr;tie tn all demands.Ice. I 1ST E wi2 O*D S berry and Rer.I R A. Branch were appointeda

NEW YORK. pri..i-Urne'. S I) D 3 3 3Bv I..itt'. \\ u's. &e., supplied! at table rind elsewhere. committee for the nomination of perm ..nentotDens. I

A.'er'.!erners sill!!! Lerc ei:eJ al a l'Ye. for pnVIctttcc Medicine, Y nllLe Sh:4. constant additions to our *! .
at the Led Watering Places will be f full: RARE imUGEMENT.
tl.i J leeted tie l L.rzcst uudmi*' vaiirdMlrrtMmt f.r I .fcs Tha retired .
n paper.Au CLcniical*. Putty. >n Lei On 1he hundred] ran be ncoomnv'dated.As committee and in n few minutes .
;. "O. ISLU. -* ._ rJiiniinj; f1uiJ.ClI.lIl'hin ever offered by my pu'.*i,*.injt Ii"ie in tie! comitrv. e. r guests or -
_ returned and
Perfumery their nominees
? to the ci KATI* r. pr<'ix.rtie* of the c WATERS DE: leave respectfully to draw the attention of reported a: ,
all \vlueh arc fresh from the i..I.l'rI haads end
IPaints Ju I
,J D. ripr. nrc si ACCIIKR_ Oils. (;l.i War. are 'nlrmlt'd l perfect in every ("I'm. FIVE txpetieLCed tt-siuLM 1'l: ticiaus testify as fol the citizens of Tullubntiee and ar eountie For PrcsidenW.. TAYLOR,

-- ihne TViud-cw&4 (. ,*. A C ATAT/JU U E. wl.idl (".rpcrfe.'ti.in.farrane.mnt. i I.\\ : to the Let thAt I am now in possessioTof a complete For Vice l'rrsi.rnl-Hev. J. K. GLOVES,
Soap 'Ia< They ii their effects the human ..nltm.I .
PAPY & ARCHER, Hoe Tooth oni! Flair Manufactured Tobacco, Cir.fnl lection. ai>J cla.t-irK-ation flf Aurierif I Dii-.ntic, are on Alterant. and well assoited For Secretary-J. O. HKAACH.
anti Jlndt-rn Li'ir.itnro. (b.is' never 1 bent f'qllallrtl.l1l1oJ''hlllwcn iplioretie AIK'.icrll.| Highly SPItING AriD SUMMER STOCK I
tI.z.vvv' PruLc'. I'.tt'ut Medicines Lx'.iiK'ruiitin: .lirectlI'lineiiuliy) Touie. Thee laysfttitiaps. G. W. Taylor declined the nQJ.:nlionand
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&ttr2a y c'i1i-d! ) nnd imS'afcd; liy compilers ('f C.Talojues
Paininrcil.es Fin I Havana .
Segurs, the
no rival in ei: ".icy, cither ii the mineral orifgrt.ii coiircisixc or bUgged committee to find some other person
T._.Aii.r.i: :. FLORIDA. Surg''sl lntrumnt. Lklciic Chcsa, thriM'sfiiuitt (Ihe country. i* niw r<'m teied: I
.lcLih (doni for nil ca u e&cuii.prdiru under Good Boots and Shoes Fan to act in ins ,lace. '
Mlited to I'! iitntinn anti Family use, IU. ) illlprnl'.n"d! will be mailed free to any addnes I Dry Clothing, |
io\: ?. CS tilt "nH41Ierlll l I nrtPHA'illllill their and
July 9. I : iuai.y:
PUCE WINES ii UUANlJlLS KEDICIKAL purposes. on/lp lj.'lIoll.SCIH! cy Goods, Straw ansi Millinerv! Goods, The chairman of the committee then announced
-- --- vriied. roucoaiitsiits lis I'fJC.hunJriasilJ, Neuralgia! ,
: far n CtI\ioru' I | Groceries full Wooden Ware, the name of Rer. S. Woodberry for
-i. m. CALLAWAY Chronic LntT Conplaintnlar! % ;f the Speen.feiok .
800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. It wi'l i ) Lc rtaik.J free to any address, and will iinl l\t rvous Headache Debility, Derangement V/ntches and Jewelry &c., President. The vote was tlkenfId the above

gROCER & f0.1I3IISSIO.MERCHAXT, D. II AMES M. L1VLLY. prove nn iU\I1u..t.: a-si<(t.'irit ill'th.. f-irmalion of a I of tl.e Nrrvnus system d: \\'1.idl I cfiVr at astonU'nn' ; low pri es. uanu'd persons were elected to the offices for i

Tw poor non AKES t LIVILT.Cr May 14. 1859._T>_ K'larv; ,.or the selection of useful nuj cuUrtaiuirgrcauiiij. Their Diuretic properties render (them a powerful Grateful for the hbe.ol 'l':1.tlullf.I Ltrct fore bestowed which they were nominatci!!

>TSTA TLY oa hand and) receiving fresh sop BURNING FLUID GIFTS remedy. in.itt cases of Chronic Diojny. and nffections upon me I respectfully solicit a continuance On taking the Chair, Rev. S. Woodberry I
of and Family Gr.ccrie. Nor SUPERIOR ; I f the Kido o a. They era also erTcieut in Jler- of the same, and invite (the public to call! null give said that it )
pin 'i1I1: was (10 explain the
| curial Diseases, the dormant x wer" of \ltihty unnecessary
teler'ii! to fH orders from C.Al\1.PHENE Thc limitless varieties of (ifs tnhcfed. and arousing | > us a triaL Respect t.llIr. .
00 I''untr1Ij.l spired in 1 at the lowe g mjiket Count their really in'nnslc: value will comnim.l them to nil and thus nssirting unture to tiiil.xl, and throw LAWRENCE OHLMAN3. object of the Convention as that was gene. .

U*" ,>i." e j:id Mu li o.her bO",1s C'.aI.pners.iicd to me fort ItIaOSINI & LARD OILS. lovers of/ood ti'te. Ev l.uymj in larga quantitte' .IT Any UN Lid or poisonous metier from the sJ 5tf'Dl. April 14. SCO.. 1C rally known, and announced the meeting I -

.'! t atteniioo. The citizens of For sale by AMES i LIVELY end f..r cash, we are enabled to apportion a creat-r In sh-Tt, ail cases geueral debility and enervation open for any business that might: bo broughtb"fore
\t: r'oeive pron..;
a value to than other, trial will rill find a n neeablo and reliable remedy in I'Tow G-oods
our p.itnms as one very
suhcitCil MIIJ it.
T. s *'e and v.-inlly:: are ropectfully toU _ _ these .
convince tl.<*c w'ho w Uh to test the strength of our 'watersCases J
'1.,4s.,1/ pike"my good* broi purchasing. The Original Extract Quality inducements.Tli cf obstinate Chills and Fevers, and many FOP. On motion, it was resolved that *1I local .

itm:'nr, I:verailie.!* wtrrauted t. b. M rtpreKL DISPATCH_ cuUucous diseases, as Herpes or Tetters :. have SPRING AND SUMMER and traveling preachers in attendance be invited .
; :.i.e 1"lIci.uer..A'I : Corn Starch
|.'. *c xvlio rrirard a pr their orders been cured by them. to take part iu the deliberations of the
: ; ;, : it
TIt''AP.ED cp-esv' fir Puu-ili: jz, If e CresM tril !10 uic an.I ;.mll1"! ll.cir : "niije. as the central V.'e do earnestly, therefore in all sincerity recom- 3.BQO.PHATORIUS Conven ion. I .

_L C..kes I 3uec ilaii;e,Custard! !*. l's: l>'..nirre.icHereived i l.cuticii f-f New Y".ik City, with i ig: many di- men i nil!! pernms suffering with Chronic: li;eaie% to _I--- On motion it also resolved that Rer. .
A. J. PEELER'S, (lrch l.y ALIiii & LIVELY. \"f'rfr. : iner.c .>f (ran'pc'rtiJiel. tive 1:3 m'livNlitc',1: co.iie nii.i make tiLal cf the lloiitvale Waters.? & CLARK was II '

ILjy 21. IbiO. C! nd-gl.tau4-s in (rnariiin,; t.. the nott distant points Aoul 2d, l!>60. 18-2-n NOW IN Edward Hamilton, pastor of the Presbyterian i .I -
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, Church in Monticello. ani Rer. Mr. I ,
ll.e: l U"incs :.r-anei.s-nts "r> mr F.-tzt li.hlllelt HAVE full assortment Bailey, I

TALLATUS5E, FLOP.IDi.T Congress Water. l.arc: l.rf-n so th *.u;!.ly xrfotted. tLit orders receiver W EW COODSa cfCloths a pastor of the Baptist Church, be invited lo
IT.I. r.-ao I'M the Circuit Courts of Oadsdea.iV Ihe evening irail. the licit I I
.;re !;I oy morning nre rn t take seats in the Convention.
\ L..n U ,u.u''a, Jt-Hcrsno and Madisio, ands AFRESH SUPPLY, just receiied nnJ f..r sale their wny to their destination, and no oiders are ':.' : .">: ,' ;t'c to the, co>K I''p :'I.i :inv "t s.nJ Counties. iiayM, I&,. :o reception. Cassimeres That a committee, composed of ono J

f7_ en1 c,. .:. the Ospiu.!, opposite the her cf the ----- SAd'ETY_ MERCHANT TAILOR (tii Vestings delegate from each District rer/resentcd, be

J.I I's (;-I "rul t/!ce. White Lead. X\e t ttke the risk '.f all loss through the mail if ASD ECALEB IX rl appointed to draft business for tbe Convention.

'f- .1.' .-,-l -MI-, -_?-f_ _ _ "TI>UR.n EXTRA and No. 1-Ground in pure Lin1 the directions are follow pd ns in Catalogue which is Ready-Made Clolbin; g Spring Coatings, .

A. GALLIE 1 iced Oil, just rtciiied ar.d f ur sale bv not done by other Gift Book Houses. Money sentin AtD CENTLCSinVs I Drillings Marseilles, Vestings, &.c. The President! appointed on this committee, I I
the form of draft to order letters 4t h
payable our or
EEALEK IN May 21, 1659 21 insured a f.ifc reicrn Tullahaec flj.r" y II nt th. Sl.ortest notice nn.l in the must Fashionable W. D. Colmar.:
manner. A'!..>, an orti-ns-ve; ortDent i>f *
iOKS. GUlVI"r.., Current Ji!! IJIII r GOODS PROVISIONS I LE' r.rs. Jiard.i.e: Pklled Otter',Drandy I'each- I BOOk .!'lIts. lIIJ] th..s .1.] firing to Itcome 1151.IIM J. to R. II. Berry's Auction Room a well selected Men and Youth's Clothing That a meeting of tim citizens of s-
I exnrr.-n': our term. n' ton b-HiLs cin be Ior.1d stock of SPitING J SUMMER GOODS .uic.aLldur Monticello be called
C., I'reserwed Lemons Oras'e'. rice Applet stud ANDFURNIiHING to.night, at the M. F.
A.fDOl'l'RiJS fi-v..r. (:.,.,n G.fjf v. .otnac, L.CH.KIH 8YI up. Ia! f:by trrearilaf usC57" QJiIWl'JjElMEN'S IAR., GOODS Church, and that the children ?specially bo
do. do i\ne '
Strawberry Apple tlo. and
(; IS GE..YERAL. gfr berry,i b. Ra!>;.bt'irv \ ine:.ir. I'lCih '.IIIUln.' T..lx Giw-ei. too .1iirclaur.. consisting in part of All fr ale at the lowest living pns.. They re- inritcd to attend, nnl I that Rer. O. L. Smith,

:; 1. IrS. CL( Kji..WL Ilal'il-ut wiJ ilaJ.t ,1 tLd IVLIcj, 'I We Pod! the most literal 'mmi !ion5 to French and English Cloths, Cassl- (pectfjUy8olK.it a cj'l f-om tht-lr: \ ;" A" :
SwUb Ale nnd P''itor. CST: 1 Vc Ie p iLc most \ ti..1 l aol 1 ester-ire rk I meres and Vestin g, ruitoa llatnr..nc>i'r". nt\. their old stand opposite the Marine address the meeting upon tho ubject of Sabbath \\1

FIRE INSURANCE 30,000 Havana SegarsAMi i LIVELY.JlnjSl. I of Rooks nrj Gift?, ant Waut..uly; ciicjlatc the of the latest ft}le and lest quality winch lie is prepared C3J We are receiving Nsw Goods mor.thlr. Schools '

I most competa! stud best classified catalogue in the to mike up to order in a uorkirua.like and March 31. 18CO. H On: motion of Rev. Wm. Griffin it was -

STiTS I IRE AND XiKI.tE I INSlRAiCS TO. J. ISL! 51 eOlln:ry.. I I uhioukb'c! manner nnd on REASONABLE TEAMS. Also Resolved, That to prevent confusion, tho. -' f
I f5T We puarinfee! pi.'t siti,fdcti<>a taU who a general) a IS PENNSYLVANIA.15S : Cod Liver Oil.j'tnr.sn I P. L WARDEN members of the Convention shall take their
may (oIt'.r1:1 with: their patrom.e. ,
'E.E ejaiust loss by Fire on lu cscal terms i CLOTHING. seats within the bar formed by the railing
AND PI'RE of the coUbratrd"Brand: now TO SK."VI( > ron itooiis I I'lsek nnd Silk DEALE& lffSHaffjjfs
r. If FLAGG Abent.T Fancy Cravats and Ties Sliirts. ilelino which crosses the Court house and that the -
.i:.!\,5.Mff. Peermrerfti.. tl JJ Hejreman CLrt i Co. & l Rnshtou Oniirs of Fire R'".*.and ':pwlr lit. should I* sent I I Silk and Cotton Under Slilb, Collars! IlilfHos _
-- -- For ale I l.y ,AMLS LIVELY.Mj by (Sprfc"*. if p'JS&iL:15! it i it cheaper aud safer ". Gloves, d",
Edward M. West7A __ >_ 21. J'1 than by mil.JI.ir I :: He would take this method of returning side of this railing.On .
r.FCF.I\ : -y. if po!,il,*<>.nlmuid) ?t.c rent in f>rrn of drafts, than** t.. hill old customers for the liberal) patronAge Storlius: Silrcr, Fine Plaltd Ware, motion of Rev. D. L. Kennedy. it was

uCTl JNEER a COMMISSION! MERCHANT, TTST !m-A tI1rr.IynDlrll. ALLEN'SJ 2ts p'l-n'tllt c.t'i I It"l>pd if I l-t>t tl'l"ltllh! the uuiil. I heretofore be owed on him and trusts, by strict att c 1 L:3i! 3DTALLAnAS5.: l' lJJ"Y' )1Jtl' ; I Resolved, That the rules of tbe Sunday
and Zilobalsaaiintor .
Hair Restorer J
Ix-tter !hI' ui rit.
i eiiclofiip Money in: rent ur I 'IltiOp to business t-t merit e..utillll:1ree..f! the School
r ( Convention of South Carolina bo
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) |prll'iI..1| they arc rririetered nceiviiiij: : tu \\ Tlie alt'OlllPII: riven to Consignment* to l.i ilay 11. lEi'3. 21 jifccantiiMH ar* I'nple. tiii'lrithii tIe ler.ca of all : Vtr-h2l.tO. 13NE'Y -0- I adopted by us, viz:

i. CMP, Ilium next do.V.. WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. I That this Convention shall be governed \

tf Store_ ___[D.', 17, tb:?. CO English Linseed Oil, CJ/ In rdeiinj bunks. tl.t" title. :n thick! tellers GOODS. NEr, GOODS r.F 0i' h (ulv. EoI".ullloe( tl,rd. 'I hct itin; r'"'l.l'l (, pUni.tiHl 3 186t tl. 10 assemblies.
OTTO LANGE A PURE ARTICLE UiledauJ! raw. For sale < lie N III)<>, 1'.t O.Tioe. Couuly nud State thouid
I FOR THE That the
.. l-y the Cask or gallon. be distinct to moi.l mistake. A. F. HAYWARD Chair shall appoint ell com -

AMES & LIVELY. I !('nl for :i Caaloj.nr. mittees.
: WATCH IAKER Msy2l.lt 21 Piroct all ci'inmntiicit.: tD.. W EVANS SpringarniSummer.I ---0- HAVING purchased' T. hAYWARD .t SON'S That (the hours of convening and adjourr.
tutecellaneous! stork of goods intends
And Jeweler -Compound Gentian & CO 677 Broadway. new York- I 'T'* are now recciviii! .nr innal STOCK of keeping n general assor, 'mert ofPLANTATION i ing shall-be respectively, in the morning at 9 ;
March HI. I btill. I t-m:: V
MOXTICELLO. 1'H, 'I' \ Sl'MLNG AND SUMMER GOODS nhith : and 12 o'clock. III the afternoon to meet at

\"T"OtLn pectfi.llT inform the citizens( Mid 1H E.r. rA.B: gct Charles. West, ns trt f.llowa trill.11111: are selling t"rllo'c, ci/usialing in pail, GOODSAND 3 o'cl'-ck and adjourn at 0. -

I \ \ iII<- :nnil East Fl.iida' that be desists tnaUinjM I fl"HHSn BUTFCS are mi mf.il ible lemwK f..r : IKALERGROCERIES IN' ANDGroccrJ.cs That the Convention be opened and

; :-". nal visit tl.rmigh these eetion of country for 'j JL Ilillom and all di"-ril-r, ariMn: fn-m dir.mjrtlI FANCY NOTION'S GEXTS CLOTHING, closed with religious services

( 1 11.' j ',''j.] .p nf o ,iijf any voik in the above lic, I'I '.lj.tli-ll. ..f II.. l.l-tl\;_ '" fi.llll. |I'\'*|>.-il>'\. I) rUl- I and PROVISIONSCEXEKALLY. DRESS GOODS; HARDWARE shall be sold is low as can possibly be afforded That no speaker shall be allowed morethan

: U..I t may be eutiuted to his care. it.< Liver ('lII.pl..II!, Lu\v SpiriiU'.iui < f API I'C' DRY! GOODS. CROCKERY, in this) market, nod certainly as low as any otherS
-ALSO- liu-. .1.,. I'.r s4'-: I-v AMKS i L1VCLY I A LL: orders accompanied by the CUR will meet HATS AND CAPS, SADDLERY ct.ibli-hrarnt) in this cit). ten minutes, nor to speak more than
: e L isv.t. ciGARDEN JEw it1 prompt attrutiofl.Feb. TERMS CASU Call and twice on the same question, unless by con
A fine the low ___ _
J..t of Jewelry, which I will sell at Seotiiiel HOOTS & SHOES. GHOCERIES.DRUGS "
: ut j j'.eit.4sp1ieee.. J 1 I. 1&60. ._ C ;3 copy. price them brf ire purchasing elsewhere.. I sent of tho Convention.

II' J*.f Ilrfcrmrt q\icn if rr'1..irt. SEEDS. i New Blacksmith I & c & a. March :. 1860. 10 Sentinel copy. On motion the Convention adjourned to
April 341. 1W9. 1 t-J Y a.rcb cfs 2309. CARRELL & ilAXWELL.Mareh meet at 3 o'clock, P. M.
I 9'IIE hUDaCKICE.l; HAS REMOVED: HIS 17. 1PCO. 12STORENEW Just Received The benediction was pronounced by the
Iml 'f-1I fI..1t'Cled i -- -- ----- -
rE lire IIftW rrCi; : :1 largr : I : I
POST & 1\IEL, \ jt'..t,I.e 1215.51 C .;r t. .t-o"I\I'i illlm i i"r.'Slh. HENRVmCSS.1 fl T\i; .a "EW I GOODS PER NEW ORLEANS STEAMER : President. -

( ( the brat and 1II.t rel..tblc .... 1v r. I
COMMISSION MERCHANTS J vMiity > I ( tiii M'i1'w(' Jl..u..fo ". 3STe"w Prices SIDES.
Vegetable and Ajriczltnral Seeds- j ()hI.-l, .il' Cl -ItE -\u CRIUEII takes this of
I'oydra Street, tLe tl. ., .;. the atut rare has I Shop ff Kr. 1-1 H. Clnik : opportunity Faintly Flour The Convention met to '
In "'t >n f our ( jr 1Fvfr, :.lk L in.iL.ii'jr Luoun to the citizens of Tallah.vseeniwl pursuant adjournment
NE" OEt.LE.A.N"S. Lo:n ..IEcrn.d ; ami a\a irthvr |I"l' luti"n. the :vi ;( "pl"i1t't'tI.: H"pj"" '. = durroulIlulg country thnt lie i il now rrepnred Mess Pork. Rev. Woodberry in the Chair.-
Id'r": hem 4. Megsniii-s'-whcrc he u JL : 1 0 Borr h Whiskey. A. F. HAYWARD.
f.f tl.e Sect's! citiernUy tuh..1 l :
-4-- laliiy is to offor them one of IlIC best selected: and services conducted Rev.
cheapeststoek Religious by F. A.
oftered for sale! ; .0 t' at pnrch-'is-TR may dl'I'C'I..I..n now prepared to pe torso ___ ,! of UTarc-h 5. I860. 10_lS:ntinl copy. .
REFER TOt il tat fn h und fOr tli. nio t reli.ibleTbaratter. : all TTuik illIIJiu"7. Branch.
uiu.t >'W are > "
Kmrl. Thnm J Perkins 1. R Harm A Co., intrusted to LU charge, in the !her :nanner: find despatch I _-
Quiucy.Moiiticclo :r.. 1550. 47 brought to the Southern Country ; comprising a ness for the Convention were called upon for
; I'-ihinj & Palmer, ". JOSEPH II. AI.5TON.Mflrch i full assortment of Ee. J. G. WILSON, A. M.,Presideiit.LOCATIOK' their report;arid the following report was received
R.ardA Detiham. St. Mark, S. Collins 10. 1SBO. 1l-Guu6eniiiis-lcopy._ I DRESS GOODS, J--
Mr .lamps West George -IInntsTille, North Alabama un- read and adopted viz : .
; Filor Key I Goods Boots -
1tisrs. M, Naught i Ormond Atlanta. o eo. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR It Shines"Alike for All : Fancy and Shoes, Rrtulg-Mads haLe and Clothing. for ic many adraatiges.FACULTY The Committee appointed to. prepare bnsi
Caps Jewelry
"J.\. M Kiunon t Co, TLomaaTiflc"IS8. r ASO ': CJIALLKXOE BLACKING is theJ3I I -A full corps of accomplished and ness for the action of the Convention beg

A ;J5' 14, 3lyI AT LA.V" only st:1nludrtid! of floe :IM| in n<'. I Guns, Pistols AfC., 4'c., expel lencrd Southern: Uaclnsrs. I leave to report the following questions fat .
__ I All of \th;eli he will positively fell at remnrlcabl/ .
TALLAUAS3EC. FLORIDA. It preserves the Knots on which it i i. used makes 1 CATALOGUES containing full particulars sent consideration
? ,1 OTICE.J tl,c .lent her soft end pliable and) (hue prevents its i low prir, in ordei to raise money, as )he is fearful) I on application to the President. your : .
IEDJCAL0 05: OJicc over the Slate Dank .?;:$ let When i h it the of Church to
cricLiu; is warranted! to return i its: irties in nil climates of living bought too in.t) gaoj for the Spring IluntsTille. Ala, April) 14, 1860. 16 duty a
Feb. 18. 16CO. 8 I truJf. He, therefore, earnestly tolicits a call beforepurciuusisg Sabbath School .
C. TAYLOR,. .JS- BOND. I be tLc ntu( p cold ; and his f..r a quarter of a ceutaiy, enjoyed I el'.wh re. ns h e is confident that if you 2d. Which is the best method of gathering '.

Drs. Taylor & 2ond, TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE the cood opinion: of maiAmd. I buy there once you will iOn nain. cluldirn for organizing replenishing Sunday --
adorns the of the JOSEPH HALIN'GER.Next .
It U Dieting mirror.and palace
I H.\ F: *s
:'I. the out pTi.D of Dr.Taj (. AND woodsman. l' I 54._1860. _IS-lf_ 3d.'What officer are necessary in the or .

<* K. l.ri.ar\ 1. "1i 6 Lik the Snn. it diffuses its genial influence upon ganizotion of Sunday Schools and how, often ,

EIARNESSEST all sorts and conditions of men, nod challenges their Land for Sale. ought they to be elected or appointed and '
/ T.TilE esteem anti admiration. : following described land situated in \V.v Usaithy human blood upon being Analyzed what arc their duties f '

CONPANYOF ABLlSHR'Er For sale wholesale end retail r>yMar. I, THE county, some ten miles-Treat of Newportand always prevents ns with the same essentiAl elements 4th. What means can .be used most successfully .
u 10.'CO. 11 six mile North of the Golf vt Mexico,are offered and gives of course the TarE STASDABD. Analyze and Teachers .

HARTFORD.IitorporatcJ SUBSCRIBER I for sue, containing two thousand ncres more or less the Blond of a person snfTerin. from Consumption, to secure qualify ,.
.- i FOR SALE. there are two well improved settlements on the tract Liver Complaint Djopepsia Scrofula tc., and we 5th. What means can be used most efficient _

interest;of purcbsisedthe the late ,l ( t _. A HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WITH Gin-H<'uee and Screw on each place. Negro Cabins find in every instance certain deficiencies in the red ly to interest and instruct the children of.our

: in 1S19.: Charter Perpetual. DAVID E. HULL in (1 .- JfI'4 the uut-bufidings. which are very I, Corn houses and other nece.snry buildings; about globules of Blond. Supply these deficiencies and Sunday Schools tCth.

-0- U.e Carriune Saddlery _- T' 4oi pleasantly situnted ou the principle! r."J. I 650 acres cleared five hundred acres of good hammock yon are made well The BLOOD FOOD h founded What is the duty of members of tha '
: and near the Depfit. within a fVw mo- .;I; I to clear. the balance good ak. hickory and upon this Theory-k nc. its astonishing success.There .- :.
CAUI CAPITAL 51,000,000. and Harness DUSUH-ES, r _, 1to i church in order to secure the greatest -, '
,- i ments'walk fie the Capitol It his thereon 1 I I bud; will sell at reasonable price. Any one are Five Preparnilonsadaptedtotke prosperity
Wn pine
>. )
;- Ion* kept by L an excellent WELL of p-nd water I witbirg further intelligence: ran find) out bv addressIng deficienc'es of the Blood in different d eues. For of Sabbath School t ,.
aS"KF">: : AGAINST tf* AKD PAMAGE BT rik J 'would respectfully iolmbitaiitsof Fiuit Tret-s, .to. which make it very snivenienl And I D. RICHARDSON Coughs, Colds Bronchitis, or any affccion; whatever 7th. What does ministerial daty require of, .

. AMI'I I'M-N.iNsl-TKNT AI>APTFI WITH TO TIIK TUX HAZARD LAW form LEON tbe end Bilj-vininif: 7 oesirable! to one that may wish for a pleasant situa I Apiil. II. H80. hramVakulta entmtT. of the Throat or Lungs inducing Consumption iafNo pastors in reference to Sunday Schools! t
OF COilftSSATION. the business all its tion. CALL AYD 8kK: n. JOHN BOWMAN. .'!, which H also the No.for Depression of Spirits,
a lie will fonfouc What C
. Counties, tliat be found atall TalMia'. Fell! 1R. V,0. 8 HOGUE & AWATTRTt LOM of Appetite and for all Chronte CornpIaipUnrisio 8th. the best plan] of raising money -
B. C. LEWIS Agent, the Old Stand where may ,
branches at from Over use General Debility and NtrrousProstration. for tbe support of Sanday Schools ._

Aar -.4. Fur Tallabasse and vicinity. times, Sadd.cs \VM. i:. ANDEESON..M31. It. )ULTON ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS If A. 2, for Liter ComphuuU No. S, for 9th. What U tho lost plan for promoting _
? I 18.17. 33 ,
- Jloclamys, Bupgic. Road Wasms, Dyspepsia. Being already prepared for absorptioait catechetical instruction negroes .

-:X CALL. .. .. . .T. W. BKCTABD, Jt. I Harness, Bridles, Wups. Tiunlt Anderson & Milton, .A.TLA i ia Taken by Drop and carried immediately into It rerolved that these among should "
I and Machine BeltingOf u2Lttoimby ett I.w. HAVE formed A eo-partnerttip in .I pnetiee of the circulation so that what you gain you reUia- questions .
Call '& Brevard 1 article u.ul1y AMDSOLICITORS and will attend to any professional business The No. 4 is for Female irregularities. Hysteria, be taken np and acted 'nponsfiaru1e1y. ,
-Terr rariety. Audio Cad,eefY. IN EQUITY entrusted to their car*. Wetkn s-es,ic. See special duee'ion for this. For Quest. Irt. When i i. it the_daty'of* Church
) b. by.a ,
4ttorncys 4't X.aaw. kent in such an establisbm; aDd hopes to men Marian, Jnrktv* Covnty7., D.P.HOGLE..A. PERRY AM ACER. Salt Rheum.Eruption.Scrofulocs Kidney and Biad- 10 organize a Sabbath School t In''answer .

it '!'LL&1IASEE. FLORIDA.! < tellioo t.U>.i..tWe.taof bit CtsItOinet "PTAVE formed co-partnership iu tie, practice nl Mayl.lPSS. 18 dcr Complaints,,take No. 6. In all eases ,be direotioon to this qoeitTorr Rer. F..A" Branch offered
H cootu-uanee of the patronage 10 hbera11Jr.I ;. l will attend with most be strictly followed. Price of the BLOOD ,
.) thlu auourted themselves in thtpr&ctkr Law, and fidelity and promptness 'the ; aoIotiouwIiicL' adopt xJ i L.
'P'' V"W.offer tl"flr proietsiorul serricos U the i upon his predecft sad to any bo" entrusted to their cue in tbe Salt Salt FOOD $1 per, bottle. ." following ,
r 'lt Bra ry *lU Prtrt'' j ia tt. Circuit Courts of | The subscriber 'on1J also inform L.the friends Circuit Couits of Jnckson Franklin, Car.LoOI1 uJ Sold bj CHURCH A buro ''. Resoked!, That whcrVtkreeftiBdf if otfti ,

1'1 ."-e j'rlT 1' f Dit r.. Supreme Court and District I public that be still continues the.AgeDCJ'of tbe I Washington; ia the Supreme Court at Mtri&nna aol -\ fCCSACKS LirtrporJ and"JO" Tws ItJLU .xo:4& Eroadw. :N. \., .. -be tIl .He for' that poTrjot "tD T ..hool Ixj" .

ra1 t- ". \cited States aL Tallahassee.s. well known and joUy celebrated I in tbe United States Dutrirt Court ktTU*1>uce. andApt1 U VUi.d, for sale brMcNAUOIIT TJy Auss (i e III RQt era' .faeA3aes.I I II }..:. t i ORJCOXD. enble Th-ugyiats tbroiphout the fooitryVarcb _
.: II" bn1di OTCT tbt String p
'I \\ IBS' WMtler 4- UVfon'/ I .sL"2d. WUc is the best nuetiod of .
$' .. I '
.t .m Rail Rft2d. It F brvs,y 4, lV.4t. I New Port Ocl. S, lin. 10. 1860. lL-h7 .
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.. i----r.rrtJ. oftito UlIiI I For the i'lorldlan.
; chilflren! for org.iuizii'g tb : 'h. tt the h1rl be suitably! rewarded- 'J] that they could not yield to thtir demands, and was vrong and that Stuart was right. The resolution ted Mates, whore That tIe in Deniocntie.f vor t-f the"party principle Ce' I! Meatys Eprroi*.-J Vtbc_ tick of ifp'sjiirr;
School, both on CrcniU! ami Sution t On for punctuality god behaviour, and"good: J sustain themselves home on account of the public did propose to change the lule, by every fair : commuted ly the majority rejn.rt iu the L111r.! itonConven.ion.be attach importance to tri3e 1l desire.ts: t correct ash

motion this question; 'AI' referred In :corn rClationa I sentiment. He stated, however, that Delegatesfrom conetruction, and should hare laid over one day.- I invited to fend delegates to a deny.5orne miwtr.tements that have been r.adel-

tnitte-c of three. Tlf IVe'riJcnt! appointd on ;! full 'libraries be kept, and I let I every ; the North, East and West .urg d them to be But Gtn. Cushing appreciated the emergency and Convention to be held in Kichmowl sin the 14th I the ediMir of the Cedar IIyeTdegrnrhofij5 jj.i;,

this commim-o, f UaHor O. W. Taylor, school subscribe rur a* many Sunday School firm In the! maintenance of the rights of the South* ruled to suit the ccse. There Is no doubt that he day shall of ba Jut Ilic.rattle nod that u that the upon basis a wl.uh>f representation ihe States April 13 t. In an article entitled the "'Sp5'w d.:

and L. !K l-. Visitor ,, 'be for the demands them that their sympathies were with lIlTed the Convuition from being further disrupted I -
JD.. pn:() as 'i necessary I and told have been rtj,resented ia the Clrlift Cvt.TPU" tern, (by she way there must be a M r.'w I.a" ,?
What officers i in .the the action of the seceders for had the decision been otherwise -would '
nro Ptceasnry School them, nd that they hoped Virginia tion. this mI: hired) he sets forth a mrs-t tltauf'!,,u
the ( of a Sgh'oLh School and 9'L.: We listrict Conventions I in the South stud create amore have withdrawn. to or dis.
organization ,so r wvuM be approved unquestionably It now remain for the people approve d cry of log rolling and.rl leamry in the SaieDec ncratle

how often ought -Ler. to be appointed nnd to be held in all the of BU'ricts, of healthy feeling in their own States-but that The indignation among the Douglaeiles at the approve of it hat has been done. For mj esiC I have Convention at T.llahn''. arnvi.u U") vricu

selected, and \\hAt are their duties 'll.is the Conference, composed of the presiding they could not aid them by cl.itng"ith: them, because course of Niw York was extreme. They had not no apprehensions as to the verdict of Democracy sections cf the Slate apair.n Ufl o'In ran,!

question was discussed and rdcrre to a committee ciders, preachers, superintendants, and one their Delegations! were instructed to act as a I words *ith which to express their contempt. In of Florida.: Their representatives ID the Charleston IAkIrg! East Florida to have been toes .r ;

of t'uree. The nppoiVed on teacher from each school to be elected by unit truth a majority of that delegation i is composed of Convention JiJ right and they cu-eeL U bsustained. 'W rvcgr-d. It U rot oui jHirpos toeoMrovfrttri trrrrslv!

this cnnmilteeVm.. Glifl, TUOS. J.Perkins the school. And in connection with thst -- political gamblers. Mr CI'oswel1, the leader of the I eipos. these alaurditief, which.. every itesite!

and U*. H. AruIJcJ conventions let :!the schools within the District Editorial Correkpoudciice.CHAIILESRON. .10 P. M. I D'ckineon! interest and a good man, represented In ,view <>f the fact that the T>repuc J Richmond; '1 the Convention ktowJ toott..rly> Usolevr t>
May S, ISGiX- <
Qjest. 'tb. Wlst mean un bended mostucccssfui'y bo urged to unite i-i I Sunday School I New York in the Committee on Resolution With :: Convention is to meet on the 14th ut June-vnly I prepostennis but JOTtice rl.'qulretLa' 'we
of the end ofth
this afternoon j
to secure nnd qualify! Tcchct! celebration. F. A. BRANCH Chairman. telegraphed f the of the lie to the ml. '
this r consent delegation, agreed nm- :1 three.1JJuftcrthe day appointed for tf1ea s 5iogof correct the imprtition fOUght to be- 1r.rc:1.t! t
Convention. body adjourned t'
TIii question on motion, WAS also referred to After some discussion the was Douglas '- and this would have secured i its
4 I would
report jorUplatf rm
our Stale Convention at Quinc}- snj to_U,, delegate from Sooth Florida. Xr.
uiornin ,nt 11 o'clock lo me .t again in Baltimore! 1 Mcunai
committee.Qaest <
tho above I
_: Ajopdon by the Convention had the delegates adhered week earlier
adojtcJ. that that Convention meet ne The .AI far the
elos'eof gest "Telegraph"': as S.uuth
5th. What be used the of mobs the 18th of June.. Atthe u
means cm mostefficiently of Rev. F. A. Branch it was city
01 to thrir fifet but Dean Richmond
positIon If this b done
; I I.1)on tle.lir Jfond'iy June. concerned if C >L oybad not been thtr to
to interest insirocfthe; children the session the evening befuffjj'y terra ballots represent
Rrjtolred the of
we disapprove
and othmvent. work and succeeded iu .
to inducing I ilierc will be time for the delegates te reach Richuiord Monroe and Dade would
we hCvetessijered
.- vM oar Sunday Schools! This question: was die .Union Sunday School Books," and hod been taken, during no one of which Lad: the
I a number vf delegates to change their voles and counsel with tlltirre hren of the other 1 ad
slip for the who
S dif at and motion those of the voleof On the 57th and I : no delegate, cm wit> there ,::;|
lenglh, on was Pullishing: House" inour Doiglfise-weeJfJ: 121.
cu'sec f. oll r Cro well was finally instructed to go for the ni'.noi ily Ftate: I trust hint the Democratic j i're of the set the world in blaze the
never a by
ferred to a conimi'tee! of three. Rev's. F. A.ttrancli Schools ; ad we recommend the use of lut1l11ot, he received 151{, to 65J for Gutlirie 1C gift wh.eh
I, PI"fuii. Tliii infamous proceeding! to quarrels v.Iil. unite in iLi, and the primary
tale economical in
Moses Linton nnd \V. D. C.s! the books published by our own house in for Hunter, 14 for Lane, 4 for Dickinson: and enc for promptly nature was very providing for bins '
in the I be held witLout
: Jel.iy.It how could
meeting Now.
were appointed: on tais committee.Quest. : Nashville. Davis, said to be cast by Gp. Cushing and B. F. any one deliberately pen such a
I I Ri..hmond: iu a public hall of the Mills: Houe in is thought that the proved Convention will this relative Cut
Ctli. What is the duty of mnLlt That the Convention return Bivlcr. I sentence as to La.eay I aiL UAI.

.q. of the church in order to secure the greatest t :Rroltt I\'. O. S. Smith, and Rev. J. K:I In ml l letter of th? lit in ll staled it as my opinion snch a mauncr as to attract the attention of all the 'I result in great goo.] The movement Las the sanction lot to u."r lanu. ; for it i.i vrrll known ihni %
) b\staadtrs. Coihranc tlcnotiDced Richmond for a here from the North who
prosperity of S:bballi Schools t This CpIS Glover, for l e appropriate addresses of 13 i that after the wlth<2iaal of so many anti Douglis conservative men more zealcni and efficient delegate wet net "n>>-

lionvas.Inwcrcc by a resolution offered by I evening: ; also to thc otiicrrs .f tho Conveitikin States from the ConntiL'n..'that gentleman j I fi'.thU'H: man, without character or pririciplo, and I have sympathized with the withdrawing States floor of the Conver.tion. It is true tj.it Ilr i>eLaunay

\\1 D. Colraar., which was Id'ptec: I I for;the satisfactory discharge of their would! be Dominated ; but in making that prediction Richmond retorted with curses against the South from the beginning. Had Virginia,Ttanessee and made no hifulutm speeches; but u regard

Rcsolced, That it is the imperative duty of respeclive duties. I had not anticipated certain action on the part I and the national administration. The up-shot of I Kentucky j joined in it, the Democratic party would to the interest of Lis section, he was %]Je ..aL.

members of the church! to lst:1 their influence ltsoTred, That *' l Secretary be requestedto of a u.njority of the Convention whieb.renJl'r"J the their whole\ course, on the platform and finll1ycn hive: been saved and the country rescued 1 from the Perhaps it is owing to this very fact that he lisa,

in promoting, and .. the sabbath furi a copy of the proceedings of this withdrawal of the States mentioned of no practical: tile resolution of Mr. Howard, has satisfied everybody I threatened rule Steward and his followers. But brought upon him the abuse of this editor, W!>CM

uhlo cause, by active as well as pecuniary Convention for publication to the Southern advantage to Mr. Douglas to far as nomination: that a majority of them are a set cf knaves. they held aloof with the hope of defeating Douglasand I proposition to unite the South With: the Lot ill '.

o.pcratiot with those immedi ittly engaged Christian Advocate, and to such papers in the I wa concerned. When the States referred to Lad They first defeated the platform and divided the restoring harmony, constantly declaring that heeling delegates C nrlcston Mr. D. f''ru"'lt,

p ,in it, also by attending in person at the sabbath State as may be willing to do so. withdrawn, there were left252 votes in the Convention party-they did this to save Doughs ; then they they were with the South ia jnneiple, and would killed. Or i it may be. because lie did not vote for

school by seeing that their children Resolced, That the thanks of this Convention and of course it was expected that twothirdsof turned round soil carried a rcrolution which wa stand by her in action ilr. HI.NTLR advised! Vir that gentler lll.- whose talent and ability have all

study at home, and understand their Isons are due, and are hereby tendered to the these would only be required to effect the nomination intended, as every body said, to prevent his r.oni- glnia to make the Souili a unit," and even from equal in the State" that he I.u been thtu L Iille.l.!

Quest 7th. What does Ministerial! ob'iga-! citizens of Monticello fo the generous hospitality ; but a delegate from Tennessee (Mr. Howard nation, and to it re ul:ed. It killed Douglas stone the Pacific came a voice that sounded grltifJing.I .- It i 14, perhaps rot proper that we should tiers

tion require of the Pastor with reference to with which they have entertained thetnombers dead, and the adjournment to Baltimore* Senator LASS telegraphed the Oregon delegates as
) moved a resolution that no one should be declared I I express the feeling of
Sabbath Schools In answer to this questionRev. during their stay in their midst. nominated unless he received, not two thirds carried by only 55 vot-s agiirst it. follows : which we regard so mean an attack on a

I' A. ranch offered the But what U td be gained by the adjournment to ; received. quirt
following resolution On motion, the Convention adjourned sine Hon. Lansing StoiLYonr despatch
of the vote* given in the Convention, but twothirdsof though good and efficient man; ainl i it is m Ian
which adopted : die. S. WOODBERRT PresidentJ. Baltimore I confess I can see nothing to result Stand by the equality! of't:1tu.lnd stand by those
:1 the in the electoral The chairman to like Graham
votes c."t college. of all. choir see a man compelled to earn
Resolved, That it is the duty of all pastors O. BRANdS, P crcur.il1rihian different from what l has tmn'plrcd hen, The Douglas States that stand by the constitutional rights
\ *>f the Virginia delegation, (Mr. IuIl,) slated Dy all means go out with them-go and stand by his living by such proceedings as this U M a gooj
take the officers and I teachers in
to partith men from the abolition States-Vermont, Michigan "
--- -- that it the resolution of Mr. Howard did not prevail, t.L?m. JOE. LA E.Tliiidespalch I thing that the bluster rant and ine"p ijtercus of
their duties and fspomililtils; so far as Lc., and from the Xoitlivvest, swear they duff old Joe" II
Yinniiia would no longer participate in the proceedings t BLOWS or what the "Telegraph' receive aa more eonsiJvratiuu
practicable ; and o to preach IW deliver & | never \kill kld. Douglas or no on\" is their
DurnaI of the Convention. This declaration produced ) made of. He'll do for President. But enough on I than it doe, and the East Florida that it undertakes
addresses suitable times thechidren
appropriate at to battle try. They came to Charleston with that resolve I
a profound sensillon.l If Virginia should this surjeet.Before to represent par rctllente does riot recognize
of his -
congregation. and they left with the dime unalterable de I
Tennessee and v.ouJ! follow ; I to this Convention I was satisfied the
withdraw, Kentucky came representation or endorse its sentiments.
Quest. 8 ii.! What is the Lest fl-in of rsi-i i the support r.f Sabbath Schools I AII1J her, and that would put the finieiiing touch to the that Douglas was the weakest candidate of any who Jt' TICt.
monl.for the utl.tr anti DOIghli delegates fnm North Carolina -
b whole affair, while on the other hand, if the resolution had been named in connection with the nomination. --- -
This question u as answered the/oilowiujj ATCRDAY, MAY 12, 1360. Tennessee, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, ... give The Constitutional Democratic ConventIon
) should be adopted, the Potiglasmensaw plainly I That impression has been more than confirmed by At the of the
resolution, vz; : meeting Convention on TueLiy
I ? I. faith is to be placed in the \vorJi uf men,
enough that the man for whose benefit they h.id way wl.at I have s'-en and heard here. In every Northern
Rtsolred That circuits andstations I evening May I, the President called to the
rponl onr Leon County Bible SOce.y.Te thru mil not. What, then, is to lIe accomplished] Chair
where a monthly collection Annual Meeting of Oils Society will b MA it the made a platform and to gratify wiose ambition i, by going to Baltimore ? I repeat again-nothing. State where there is the ]least prospect of gaining Robert Scott Esq., of Alabama, and prcxeided U

be taken up for sabbatli school purposes Mdhoi.t Church In Uiit ely, on Sunday, the 18th May, at they had split the Democratic party would Iels electoral votes, such as Pennsjlvania and New I I address the Convention.
the be and it is raid
rue, platform changed,
10,'o'clock, A. M. Taston of churches are mpcrifully re- far from a nomination before of the States may the most decided opposition to
In our iLLath Schools ; and when necessary, any \\1 Jersey, there was I Mr. BAr ARD thought it proper to |lIlt j
read this notice to their congregations, and all : !will be. The Xew York delegation have express
the subject be ought by the preacher beron qafIrc & witldreOf course, then, they opposed the res his nomination by majority of their! delegates views at this time on one or two mutter* before th.
loreri of the Eible In to b.
are present \ a willingness to modify! and at the time of
4 the congregation and a public collection be D order of the Ex. Com il E. L. T. ELAKE, otutif her 27 votes were I Convention as well as on the position in which they
adjournment preposition pending! to that find themselvw. TIle Platform !
made. April 2Slh, HG: fferttary. poiicy, but because it was violation of one of against him, an J'6 out of the 7 votes of New Jersey now we* have a.I..p i
dr.I from the journals ted meets approval of every Sfates'RiTh$5Uuof
quote :
Quest Oth. What is the l best plan for pro the rules of the Convention. And in this they were stood with the old Key Stone. These two States the Union, and he heartily of| !
approved tie
JI r 3.-Mr. Rt sFiLof Va., moling catecl.itical instruction among tlio Democratic Meeting Leon clearly in the right. TIle rule was, that two- personal explanation nhieh might be reznrded, could be carried by the Democrats on any decent eiplescontained in thosn. They answered his purpose

colored I Rev. D. L. offeredesolutiun thirds cf the hole number of shall! be per- as an of the vi.ws of tins Contention
people Kennedy votes given, : hap, as a matter priviU-ire. lie ww it reported nominee but by Douglas never-at least so said expression

a in answer to this question which The Democracy of Leon will hold a mass necessary to a nomin tioa (>f a candidate for President in u morning paper, in reference to the resolution their delegates. Nevertheless the friends of the though he would have expressed thtm tn utlrr
if he could have obtained
was adopted% : meeting on Saturday the 26th inst., to appoint and Vice President by this Convention. How I oifrrcd! by the gentleman from Tennessee (Mr. IIow- Senator would not 'iclJ. It wae Douglas or no one, language form the approval of hi* coin peers.for them la such
), the other day, that it had been
Rcsfllctd That it is the duty of members Democratic State Convention ard's resolution was in to agreed upon business before the
delegates to the reality a proposition by the IViLgittons several er the States and that and Douglas on his own platform at that. The now Convention l is tna
of the church owning elites! to instruct themat to meet in Quincy on the let Mondayin amend this rule, and should have had over one day, I the Delegation from Virginia sisnified their acquiescencc C. E. D. resolution entered by the gentleman from Georgia,

home, in the principles of religion ; and as another rule provided. Col. Richardson, the in that resolution. The re!<.ltition vas alit proposing the appointment of a Committee to pra.

that the | readier should as often a possible June, for the purjose; of nominating candi- little giant's" right hand man, determined to kill printed erroneously in the paper. lie desired to U a Disunion Movement pare and publish an address to the country ia It
the members of this
half cf Convention.
catechise: them himself, and to do this frequently dates for Governor, Congress! and Presidential the insidious proposition at once, and conscious of and correct the the action statement of the nude in regard to that action We are told that the course pursued by the se' How would he know that the gentlemen wlio
Virginia delegation it.
at the Church.On Electors. I i is understood that the meet his strength, rajved to lay the resolution: on the ta lie held in hu hard the resolution which was upon orio- ceding States r>t harlestouisa disunion! movement. may be appointed to prepare this address mac not

motion i
ftt the following morning nt 9 rpcified and not to make nominations for States Lad voted: except New York the delegates begged leave to read it tothe Convention : this was not a fact, nor Io we think that it will If we have in been so very and careful in preparing our
I Platform criticising weighing the
Jieiolred, That the citizens of the United States meaning
p .\djourned with the IJenediction.it : the Legislature. from which had retired tocoimilt. it was found that an rqunl light to settle with their property in lead to any such result On the contrary, we be' and effect of every word they contain, why should

the dec'uiou e/f the question was in their lanJI.- 1111\\"c of the United States: and that, -un lieve that it will have the effect of uniting the real we trust to a committee to s>i*>ak for us all on ill's!

MflNtXG SESSION, Apri 27th. --------- Whichever way New York inclined would decide deciiou of the Supreme Court of the United union loving Democratic conservative men in the i vital and important i Issue. II the gentleman who

Tho Contention met pursuant adjourn Democratic Meeting in Wakulla. the matter. Richardson smiled. New York had bt.ites, which we recognize as the correct exposition East and the West, in the North and the South.It Introduced that resolution had accompanied it a-itt
-ent-Rev. S. Woodberry ii the Chair. Reli 0 of the Constitution of the United States, mi the draught of an address for our exatniiation,
ious services conducted by Rev. W. There will 1 tea meeting of the Democratic stood b} him in making a platform for Douglas and thee tl.e right ofper
were of the county of Waknlla on he felt confident they would net desert him now.- or impaired by Congressional or Territorial their eyes, and inquire hither the spirit of fanati* been a different matter. Hie written lurfungeu
party Saturday
II. Thomas. The miuutes of \ esterday wereread I ;
Alas for Richardson I He did not know Pete: Cag LrgUldtion. cistn is driving us. If the South is firm in maintaining susceptible of con trnction by etitTirmt
and d. the 2Gth of at H. II. Walker's Still, forth mind Look to the conMruetion. that"have been
approv )1) g.-r, Dean Richmond and the other! I political gamblers In the printid copy the woros "or impaired"havo her right, the people of the other sections
The committee appointed: fo framing an i appointing delegates to attend Li-en onr.tted.: This resolution, in the form in placed on the language employed in the Cincinnati
who controlled the cannot if love the Un'on: as they should do
the second seventy patriots representing which he read it, he believed received the they Platform.. Men of the brightest order of intellect,
follows answer question reported a the Convention to be lid I in Quincy on the the great Empire Slate in the C lIrle-'ton Con- of all the delegations from the Southern appro.baCon persist in an unjiut and unconstitutional course, in different sections of the country, have honesty!

: I let Monday in June next, to nominate a candidate vention. They left Richard in the lurch ami States which remained in the Convention, and also ulncli can profit them nothing, but which must construed them to express almost,. eoMrjiry mean

That the Preacher in charge, when making : t.re'thtir! 35 vo.es llao-Io.. \.'. ... .*... .*" -aloved rcreiYCtl the approbation of this eMegition from rob the South of her equally i. tt... u.;.-. ISui vrth Inca Therefore we ough"-a r-' f..rth anvtlnnjj
; visits, should as many echol- i for Governor member of Conc'a : "w 1"u... u, --. ;.,...,,,... there that we have not the pportouity of cntu..iir fl,
pastoral procure less but the spoils more. This !eci- j.hat was
Douglas < be of the Union, without
South is to a and before it shall
part pos. approving te
possible. And that in addition to the and Electors for Iresidert ; and to attend to ttreHgth enough to i insult when in order. amiinnz ip.-e.a
Irs Jed the: motion: to hy on the table, an.1 every bodj- ceasing of the rights and privileges of that before the country.
usual officers each Sunday School should business that before the This resolution will come up at Baltimore, and if.lopted any
other come The second branch of the resolution
may then said that about to tint
Virginia was triumph, unless Union-if she is to be reduced to a mere province' propose
at l last two one male a would be B.itiifactory to the South ai far AS the members of this Convention shall
recruiting 'oficcrs. relation the Charleston Con- in
lec meeting in to : 1 a question of order could arrest further procct'.ling without of the attributes of sovereignty, she
one female, whoso duty be to as it goes and a clean repudiation of squatter sever any Washington, one week previous to the re assembling
all families not in connertirtn tlla1 a Sunday vcniion: and other things. A quotation from the published: record will eignty. More than this-if adopted nnd a soundSouthern should know and feel it, and the world should be of the National Convention at Baltimore To

\isit show you how the thing tenninnteJ : this lie could not possibly acc A. made aequaictcdmvitis the fact. The only in or give
into the it he way
School and those town DJDIOCr.T.Xtu. man placed would doubtle1
< moving; :sr. Stuart, of .Iicbl:ln. contended that the resolution was upon his approval. He could not take part In any purpose -
or neighborhood, and invite their children ui Port, May Sth, 19CO.Cg1" not In ordir. The elTei.' of it was to cbuiiire the rules of this I be generally fIPI"'l't..d| l. but I ,'o not believe it will which the South can find out her true position in ,>f organizing a Southern Convention. lit

4 join thc school, and to I l-e p:
them to the notice of the Superntn. The conmrr.Seatioa! from "A aJJle FlorUi "r."rtd, That two-thirds ot the w hoV! Lumber oC rotes bite friends of Douglas declare they will not give made distinctly-and if it is decided against hep Democratic party, regarding it as essential to the
shall' tie to a nomination of a candidate Cur I Federal
nocej.'nrjr the Union. He Vas
piven preservation not
dant J. M. \ZOU., .: Democrat," suggesting tlname of Chandler rrcsidmt' : and \ ue I'miidcnt i by this e'onrention." There him up, and unless they yield the Baltimore Convection then let the South determine upon the proper courseto politician or pledged to the fortunes of a

The report was read and adopted : canJiJv.e fjr Govcraor sLill wts Los rate, that l.o lUirJ of the votes gtiea shall lie reV will second edition of the Charles periuf'-eithf'r to remain in or go out of the and anr mass,
range, Esq. at a c.rY. prove bitt his purpose, note purpose, was lo en that
S Te following report of the committee np. ear in cur next. aIr \ ni there fcgnU"nan: here prepared to admit I'lcdnc- ton. Xo one will be nominated nail rothing be the Union-to quietly submit or resist. If the which would harmonize and conciliate conflicting

ted consider the third! anti fourth r.ae: that al au\ future l.-nrnitiou a nimnri r of fie ,<>U-,, ; wi11'"dismiss South i to lo her share of the sentiments.Mr. .
willing fightingand
que.tiorswa I by merely l relusinc Ij "of', e -ul.l treulc up Iher: dalibvrjtn done. however, lest I be too tedious, I $
submitted adopdd : Track LNTlnzbeznti at Lake City. >T The tnire statement of the question lUi-If"as its own the suljcct (Vf the present, and in next pay her proportion of( the taxes, without reaping B. reviewed the action of New York in Con
ant best iu"'cr. The lanstisac of the rule was-"mo tUInlfof my ventions, and expressed his want of conGderet in
That three oflic'-rs are indispensably rr- TTe :re grnt.ficJ: to be at.e: to announce on the tI,, nrl1 pnea" Gi en lor ,liLt? \ by, given tlrI candidils give you the result of the action of the withelraw- tier jt'st share of the privilegs of the Union, its Delegation, who mainly weut in. like political

cessary to the proper organization of a Sabbath Authority of our astiatt who 1n jirt returned Mr rujr fit !I'nudenl, "f Ohio,of uuld Uie: nuwl Sits ills Stale fnuid Id ate d'&tinctly! I tag States. C. E. D. it ought to be known, and the agitation upon the gamblers for gain. He had left the Convention le-

School, uz : One Superintendent, one from< the! C1n.rktoo Cn.ntiun. l ty> way of FcrnnnJinH Ills n order. subject cease. cause he did not choose to bind himself to go fur
'I Mr. McClcrnand of Illinois, Innuir! It there could bi the nominee of that Convention. He mistrusted the
Librarian and the lat of thai the Contractors the Eastern enj
one Secretary- oa more rlian one question| of order raised at a lime C A1LDTOSJy 4, 1860. But we have confidence in the majority of the He should be glad to know in the future
whom may with propnctr take charge of the of the Pensaeola d Ga. I I hate commenced to Tnf'rreiJecL-The gentleman himselt was making the of the other sections of the Union and believe men.
I third! jueet.on 01 c Jer.. I.lu.bl..r.1 According lo promi, nnd as briefly ItS pe!sibli people that he was mistaken. Would he.however, be justified ---
f03ncll These officers should he nominated lay l.)wn the iron between Late City and the Siwanoee ilr Mimrt mould bot iletnin the Convention further with I ui'.l: sta'e the final action of the delegates who that when they examine into the merits of now in attempting any definite action in this
-tor, and d"rtc\II'J l the teachers of rirrr.: One mile ]IaJ ]laid to the ducasjion or thi* question: of orJer. lie as.eJ! wlut'nrtentl I t Would it b* right for him to embarrass his
body ,
up the and find that the South asks
I ben nien were prepared to set a nl"I.r..I..ol., betS withdrew, under an imperative tense of duty from question, nothing
the Sabbath School To avoid retaining ofii- Thursday from City TrcstwarJ.TZUltla uoUJiiifulan' tlmet enable one-third (.f thoiiUemen a". constituency by pledging them here to a candidate,
ereninif Lk lonrenticn break It the Chrrlc.tcn nvention. They were the but her constitutional rights-that she is not, as
>aUooal lo definite action when th
for the a tending a up by rifuainj to I representatives or to any a portion of *
cers rot properly qualified discharge Election-L.COU Co. vote? ff eight State, viz : Texas, Arkaiitas, she has been reported to be-aggressive in her demands representatives of his State had remained ia the
Mr.: rinfiins, of 1't'lIn-Jrinla abiniUd the question of
should ho elected
of their they
duties annually -
3f General Purllilll. S71 Ki11'rellt. order that the gentleman from Michigan ( ,Ir. Muart) was I lnsi .ippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Florida -that they will rebuke the wild spirit of (*. oilier Convention, and when he could go home and
C -tho same ofiicers if properly qualified I Fop J. ; too lute In making tie point. The resolution the gent e- submit his action and the action of his ejlleagaei
end concede her
t may be retained for an/ number of 3 ears. lor BuyaJitr Gtlltrol-D. B. Bird, 253; J J. elite from Tennessee had been introduced '; unaamotis; I ntiil South Carolina. A most formidable secession, naticism, to her just rights.As to the people ?
consent and was in the full J'IIsioll.t the I'onventiun
for ourselves Union
we are loving men-we
The duties of tho Superintendent; arc to Underwood, 101_ I IU. would nubnilt thnt a..urdilljt to all parliamentary rules, truly.It These were the reasons why 1eottlJ not seeedt

4'- open and close the School wi b singing and For Culontl Jo's. J. William, 3S4 ; Mattering, 8. the centloman order. from jJuii&n was too hate In making hit was not !intended to make a nomination, but, believe it to be the greatestpolltical blessing which to the proposed resolution. But he would say
polntot fathers could have to We wish frankly, were he a representative from Alabsira or
Colonel rre idenL The from has : ed if anything was done in that w ay, merely to recommend our bequeathed us.
prayer, to appoint proper teachers for the scv- For Lieut. Maxwell. 327; scattering:, 35. The gentleman Michigan ra < h-c would the H
the point of order that the motion nf the '.:' inrn from cal1di.1attl.l1Dd J leave the result to transmit it to our children But if we cannot Mississippi, support proposition.
erat.classes, and exercise a general supervision For Ifyor-II.T. Biocker, 329 ; scattering. 18. Tennessee will constitute a change "f the rule nf the Con ention altogether might recommend their action to his constituent!,
over teachers and scho'ars, to permit \Ve bare only tim? anJ space to giveths vote for as adopted at In present I'f'Hion. In accordance with with the people represented. But ev en this moderate transmit it to them as our fathers did to n -with he would submit their action to hi* conrtiiueoev.but .
tile rule of the Con en!ion of tTh from
improper to take place in the school the f.llowingoees in the county-.Carr'. precinct I'ennrrltania (Mr. 1'hillips) objects that It Is gentleman ion Ute to make course was to depend upon what the other all the rights< and privileges under the constitutionif further than this he could sot go. He would

noting rebuke and correction to insist cot ]heard from: this question of ordt.. At the Chair entertains! a different Convention did. When the delegates first met at -i we must give them the shadow without the say, in the spirit of the poet, that Jie who believes
upon opinion I he desires to stale that opinion. his principles to be correct,should thois
'Jj'ot'Weat Convention i of 1S52 U In Andrew's Hall 50 it Bul.st.lltlce--it is not worth hning.lIS Jland upon
regular attendance from teachers and obedience The eubsUr.cc, aa St. April was distinctly an"nottnced though the ruins of broken world
Death of n_. William B. KIlerekM. the frentl(.un from Mlchigin has sLated it,that two-thirds of ca principles a
from scholats. the whole number t soles given ahull be necesarTto a that the otject of the meeting was not to The Telegraph at Jacksonville.] should fall around him. He felt that thus far b*

Phe Librarian should keep record of all Gen. Wm. E.Kilcreo8 died to Oajsden county on nommaiion of candidates for President and Vice I'rraidt nL make any separate nominations unless the circumstances could and would with honor go.
construction The Jacksonville Standard i i-snel l an extra on
In or this
: Now, It U true thiS a rigorous order, allow
and that the TUldl\lll111t. lie vu A native cf South Carolina nomination of candidates for President should require it. Mr. Yancy, of Alabama He had now to request the Convention to
the volume* in the Library, see It applies V> a and the 27th ult, containing telegraphic dispatch from
this Con Ion. him to retire from their further deliberations.
from whence le: emigrated to Florida in 1842.- Vie President by rent
children return the books alter reading them. Thus far the Chair concurs with the gentleman from Michigan. I' expressed the views of all present when he said- Charleston of the proceedings of the Convention of With the explanation he liaj made,his satins could

The Secretary should keep a record of the He has served ia the Legialature of this State, Tbe Chair la not prepared"to determine what Is the lIe desired to perfect the organization and then the It transfers the into Ii not prove detrimental to the Convention. His further
words A day previous. dispatch
force of the "YoI"'lI"l1"'o. jtriiaa/ucia Imprrslnn -
names of all the officers, teachers and schol. and 'u. candidate for the office of Major General of the wordi might be ""otl'l east" In a ballot in the remaialniietivea watch-guard upon the proceed- continuance with them could not benefit them,
of 3d
its issue the instant to it
: of the school and make of them -the election fur which had taken place the Convention but the: rule does not say to. It uses the absolute loge of the other Convention, and so that the Republic regular keep upon because he could not vote or act with them. Tel
ars report Lis death. Independent phrase ht given." The gentleman shall receive no detriment at its hands. If permanent record that the Standard was the first he could assure them they had his sympathy ia
of the condition of the school to the day previous to from Michigan objects to construction: on the g-ound of
tmd alleged Inconvenience that of having the nomination ..t a that Convention however, should go on, as Indicated press in the State to issue a telegram from the Cuba their position-his concurrence in their principles-

quarterly. Cbause In the lime of holding the State Convention prevented by the .eeej,lon of one-ilurd of the by what ns occurred to day to consummate the Sub Marine Telegraphic Line, as well as to let He expres.d his confidence in th ,ealm,sober judg
W. W. GRIFFIN, Chair-ib Conveutlou. &ate.ln that Convention. The Chair can see that th. sega- purl one fur ,hich the resolutions have to day been tnent and the good faith of the Nftrthern Peoocncy -
of Im-onvenlflnee Is If not forth the action of the Committer.
ml'o& taffldemlT utrorg tlro.iger.
In answer to the fourth question. jour TIle Democratic Convration held in this city to upon the oilier side. A Convention of thIs son has no U pel ,, passed ; and put upon their platform one who accords despite what he designated their present truck-
leave the Sabbath authoH'T Its sole authority IW moral authority as the : with its principles in his action-one who he 'hug to the Abolition fanaticism rampant there
committee to that to the Charleston Convention
beg report, appoInt Delegates representative of the opinion of the party whose members i mi;ht say,originated that platform-then ]lie should Public'fleeting. He did not agree with the sentiment he bad
School is the be&t nursery for teach. I recommended that the State Convention should beheld cmMitute; its party. It seems :j the Chair that the ineon conceivc'it be the this
itsel lenience of assuming that the nomination by a fractional to hightestdutj- body to Judge J. T. Eppes, a delegate from this State, and heard expressed, that the election of a Republic
vrs, and that the proper place for them I in Quincy on the second Monday In June next. part of the Convention,alttioutt It may be that of ttro-tbir J', recommend the people I the United States a ticket J.J. Williams, Esq.,one ofthe alternates arrived in President would justify a dissolution At the Union ,

to qualified (or becoming techer. Andin i But the course of events at Charleston and the constitutes a binding nomination upon the people ot the I'. I for President and Vice President upon what is not but he did believe that the election of a RepnbU-
States Is a vastly prater Inconvenience than that which Southern tails tnt what is the steamer Gordon yesterday morning. Learningthat diowlatioa,
every)' C:8 where it can be don?, teachers adjoarnmcut of the Constitutional Democratic Con w.uld arise from the fact that a aeeevlon of one-third (.Uhe alone a fully equivalentto can candidate would tend towards the
fthould be selected from those who I members would prevent a nomination. A nomination to be a Southern basis-.1 broad constitutional basis.Applause. .- the community was extremely anxious to obtain because he would of necessity have to carry out thi
among Teiition to meet at Richmond on the second Tburt.: made. by the Constitution, Is a eonatitulioual necessity. It I ( .) They could not do it by authority at ; the latest information from Charleston thedistinguished policy of his party-a policy subversive of the
have received a faithful training in the Sab day in June next-only three day's after the is a form of recommendation tn the constituents of the Con.nnllou. delegates representing the States from which they fir.t named Constitutional rights of the South. If yon deU! y C
That recommendation.In order that it should have gentleman kindly acceded -
bat School W. W. nmfFI. Ch'n. : Quincy Convention to is meet-has induced the moral authority with the persons to whom U l I. addressed I came, but simply as citizens in the performance of to their wishes, nn,1 in a clear and succinct nationality of feeling in a nation such as this yon
report was adopted. I delegate to the Charleston Convention to should ba the act of all the States of the L'nion.ppian e.) I a {Treat and patriotic duty. must necessarily plunge that nation inti inttro eia*
The Committee vvho'U submittedthe requestthe The Chair, therefore, Is not prepared lo adopt the construction Mr. JJayarJ of Delaware, entirely approved of manner reviewed the! action of the Convention and war. There was no telling by what imn>eo> t*
to was of the from ,
the rule nf
Democratic in the State to recommend gentleman Michigan fifth follows papers therefore the Chair Is of the opinion that the resolution of the remarks whieh had been made by the gentlemen defended the course pursued by the Southern States. cause it would be brought about, whether l-y qefrelt
question reported a : that the Quincy Contention be held on the first the gentleman from Tennessee(Mr. Howard) doe. not con from Alabama lie was in favor of no hasty lIe was listened to with the closet attention,and was as to border lines or the rights of the 3ut*
f I We propose the following means as the Monday instead of the 2<1 Monday of Jane-so that stitute such a modifleat of the standing rules of the Cosventlon I action l.utl'e believed that if the Convention acted but come it must. ... U

I.. most efficient for accomplishing the ends the Delegates to the State Convention, being fresh Mr. lu.rL-1 a* shall require trust It It Is to not lie necessary over for one for day.me tn say that, wisely and prudently it would joined by the del fieqnently interrupted by shout of applause. It Ht appealed to the South frtheUnion. fleit'

; suggested : In taking an appeal from the decision cf the Chair. It Is Inconsequence i epates from many of the other Southern States ifnot i is needless to say thai the citizens of Fernandina not recommend them to submit to w ong or to SMrifice

Let the school bo into Junior from the people may have an opportunity of ex- of no want or respect for the occupant of the I by the entire 17 States which signed the majority warmly approve of the course which has been poreIlled principle, but he asked them in a'sartt
1st Chair. I contend that the construction
-,' divide rreNi> their approval or disapproval of the g.ven by the Chair I *
intermediate and Senior to to the words rotes given as relating to the place whregiven report.The by th. Florida Delegation. At the conclusion rights and promulgating principles to spare ,
t dus., according of their Representatives at Charleston.As can never receive the Hin-tlon of logic. Can th'a! policy waiting to see what the other Convention I of Judge Eppu'address Cot O. W. Call made few I existence of the Democratie party-the only
li the abilities of the scholar Convention give a vote envwbere else than here T"Eesolved I remarks the same subject. CoL Call took the *1 In theUnlon. lie asked them (us pool4 5',
the change in the time of hoi Jieg the State That Iwo-thlMs of should do was 'd. The delegates did upon party (1
the here pu"u
2. After the classes have recited let votes given -is Southern and elicited the what this Convention witi do at B
I possible ground
junior Lighted see corrupt
not that tnpercrrogation T All votes here, and I.
are given
I *
Convention be
cannot to i
injurious interests we wish to ; the election with hasty t ft
the teachers read .0 them historical and biographical any they can be given n-vwbe-c else. The rule therefore, Uplain not complicate any unaLirnous approbation of his hearers. Ex-Gov. more, before they took any final action which J
with take it for granted that it will be acquiesced iu by and palpable Two-thirds of the votes given on a question. I action but I Lave no hesitation in saying that had Broome then offered the following resolutions, could not with honor retrace, or entered "P0" **J
of the .
parts illustrating I beg gentlemen remembt that the nomination of a dastwy
all been nominated: his friends ticket which were unanimously ,adopted : organization wbieh might tend to
candidate Tor President and Vice President Is the only question Doughs by a s.psraw
pictorial and oral initrctons we can mate before this"body, that. In Its tins'nvu, requires t would! l Jean been recommended composed of men Jlttotrtd. That the thanks of this meeting are due the Democratic party. .,
3 1. In addition catecbitic:1 exercises, a I a a.o-llairdlvo&e. Now. say with the Bt-nn&t respect to Judge E>pes. one of th* Delegates at large from Mr. SCOTT, g f Alabama, said the eirentns si
leithe intermediate classes be faithtul'y'! instructed CJen. AlUton. I fur the presiding! o&lcrr, that the crcstruction ofliiif words who would l.ave been generally acceptable. But this State, to the recent Democratic Convention at that had just occurred, bad tendered It aed
In the plata where given cannot bear the
te t of
in the sacraments and doctrines of This gentleman one of the Florida Delegates fo .Cur we can give a vote nowhere el.e l ,MO'CM* we Investigation. adjourn i Douglas was not nominated. There wes not strength Charleston for the interesting and instructive address for the Cvnvedtion to make choice ofsofficer. > presi S

t t the the Charleston Convention, arrived in Tallahasseeon I somewbCN else. H is of the almost Importance that this I j enongh left in the Convention even after the with. : delivered tv this meeting.Rttolitd eel
DiMe I Convention should decide rightly. Let us meet every queaUoo 'I That the failure the Loaisiana moved that the
by }ale Democratic Mr. HATCH, of PTj
4th. la addition to the above,let the Senior Sunday evening hut, by the Eastern train. On our upon honor the broad In doing principles a thing we of right do not do believe not lei tn be n
classes be in Sacred Geography Monday morning at tIle request of nome of our citiI I The President.-The qtmtfon now Is, -.laalllhf'decision : twothirds.This unexpected termination of the t majority platform! lehlhe South no alternative, but to discharge the duties of the Pje ui ot. tarnunanimoasly. *-

and instruce appears best aided by such Lens, he addressed a public meeting at the Court I I of Michigan the Chair demanded stand as thejudgmentof a rote by && Crarentloa?" > matter left: th;, with3rawing.Slat's from all j I erctttioit from the body or dugraerfql sulnritioD # a to

; and charts the school is able 1I. u,&. His speech was listened to with marked I The qaesUon wu thru taken wish the foJiowlic r.aK: ,| emVrriwintnt.- ft 'was.a confession r>f weakness 1 to injustice u-1ID &JIlit,. The 'ressdent. SCOTT.. MeSf TfT* Ig
Jook maps a Teas<,sara Ian ''. JitMJrtd Thai this meeting rYgiily the thanks tothCotsvvntionnd weei4 6ot JeIJ'valuable
ohtn. attention and respect lo the course of his remarks I tile deeUloo of the Chair was sustain*). t on the pirfoTltieir opponent*, and route said a *ep i coarse purs'tiedi-y delegation frum this,Stair time by any extended reum'rkl. .

r Lt Hible question by propounded (oo.icli Le stated that he called! upon many of the most influential I Finally afier some further fparrirj, the re olu. Toward conciistioD.1aaunr it was it relieved i in ,promptly withdrawing from thAt Coftrtation. After wrat iUKMskm. tlw fol1o1rhL" ii.

of above dieses, and answers i( rocnibvrs of the Convention and talked: I tion of Mr. Howard iras adopted by a vote of 141 them of tile necessity of making a nomination, and We sincerely regiet that the slay o(these gentle,. was oeIed bys.7i.tkson, utGorg
quire o the succeeding sabbath. with them upon tl.e differences which existed between I T f'11 112 II:!. New York voting in the affinsa.Vny : all they then had to do was lo agr* upon some i j men. Judre Epprs left and Jfr. William- was so limit ThatbeDemeacrsUe petty 0fib galJejoZesJ -

Let the usual) tautina' ba varied byeinging them and the Southern delegate upon the i. I.i V". definite course and adorn. Tltis, was don ]at j mr tech citizens they.Laviug were nf'ewari1y at 2 o'clock cleUrred th" same fr.>tn.eaten.t1&.1t,. tJ States( wboarwln fitorafth4

nud l'r3u. and adJns t*' fiotn the |>Utfurn-that they all admitted that the Southern few ftUo e who wltr -ed the pruc.diug' night by Ihe adoption of use following re i>lutipn. i t sling to thrin the ecour1tie with tVIr_ 1strhtec.ii'iuet dIg.! reaeiiumesd.lby? W4li/ btatledVhserl

.Jto or iII"ltetltenf:; or visiting brellcea.. ; s1'"Zlllte: ibk'-d sohnt: lut abet w-airijM-lul: :. 4-e-iIOfl; the fist that the ruling wf ti! lVe.ident I 0ff5jedlyJu1geJmehson, of ;c

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-;'ret_!,r" ."t'rr.II'n.",1.v III tn June 1 I.e IwM iMki;in.nd Ri Ui<.liinoh.l.t the! b en..i*tie<>f i BY TELEGPAPH.; I J E. GREGORY & CO., EW.GOODSSPRING&STThIMER)

",,.,*rtsUi-n !,. the wine .s* that 'T"ii w!!K-1.! tic & IiJA J'Y1U. BD I (SUCCESSORS TO E. BABSASD, Ja.,)

o tt4'( I.ut UlC r .prc$n tcd in the Charleston: Con LATKIl FIIOM) l EUROPK.ARRIVAL ; }I.' A ) nx : .Qr and Retail Dealers in
v )
''".1.i.fl.h're:; *. of"Qacntion !_ "QuosCon" I"ij .lr.to.I J DRUG't AND MEDICINES t FOE :
UF TilE : 'i
ij-I'II"".oColn'I"" "'a'Id1,lted. I Jy-' ."-*: hsi.13A1.E AND; RETAIL I5ALLR IN ,
' f..t" 11:1 .. r..,. i ,
1,1'<:::,1 I: \itY: rot".1 t ",,'n.' :h_. pu1di.iv: t11 t B4OJIEM1AN. b1f.tt7 J I

,....j.i j'.i'f tMMVittveniiop.ttvroih.'r with rtiebto' cob r3 lJJJ I AT THE
,1',-. tip firneevJiti: ;;*.:'f the' Ohef't tttion t ; I .
1-iM explain (lie artUiii of I'.S' !*bJ.. a:.l.tl)>. F.tsci4 I'..IVT. M.,T '>.-il -.lura.J.p: Ilseher.s.an i

"",,-i* |V......k..J 1I.fl< l .uLJ.!tcr}> jr .n.:iMan na.i,..; Wn irmde in r,1./inn to 'i\ / ) 'rpl I -' -
--e P'JI, <
< J l1ff, t 'rJ .
,.... '1" ..ff)7iTit. lla. 'l.tJ C'ar..Iir.1I 1)rei! I ( J'I, 't' ( G lot 9 @ I O : .
c' ?.!,.: Vrte1 to fiajvtiateTHj J ili< ..url .i.d pro Lit WOOL Cqrrctt hrIiET.-11.e Su'es of Cotton 9 "I r AVE on haiti at the old stand,,igu of the Mar

...>!, for :i.<- cxjn, ". [c3.crc.1 i, :n the past three! baiac day wc--e 36.000 bn1es. j L tar, crrner of Clint"n and Monroe Ue ts, a ,

luc ,w'uloru "'.re leqr.ctttM to fu'riiUli thrirt t which pctt.fatur and exporter took 13.000 bales. GROCERIES .c.A large and complete stock of pure G \w SCOTT & co;. ;
I"4 IJdWI.
..fll.,1' I ot* ,.Alalama. ''I The marc CtOSCsl activeand kradkr. Holders offered Drugs, lilcdictmtcs Dud Chemicals l !
Mr: UA'A"-"X : In"f'.1 t1.4t th*
"tnL, "f LI.I' taJf 1 10e return tl to the cilj&-... ..f tln-lr socV! freely but th.re was no dispoM- Dye-Stv/s, Paints Oil, Spirits Turptntine .

:i',11 1:<,\.u i""* tlf'r! l."Ih.iill| : aud *'*o to the I Lion to pres* pa 1.... This condition: of the trade prevented CONSTANT SUPPLY OF Varnishes; llrushes. Coat' ,

:r -, ... ..:" r. .f f the ("':I\"li." ..1"1"1.r ary improvement in prices.LcxiJO. I_litne, Burning Fluid Window S
I 'i( fl. uLiW.wa. .'I ,'sll" 'Ie i Variety of Goods Required .
: ;
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: MONET iUrtlT. Cuasola closed Glass Putty JfC Jfct
\1...., tl UIIl.tf llS nili'. Carolina Ieeguii.na I at 94} Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders l C .
.t. ;
t ....onI: : ,.; !. lU'ii.1 to the acc"'IIDI.LajuO\! ., ad SlJI together with a fine assortment of ill this Market 'II -

: I ..I.I.I.' .recd I.,. I Nothing bed yet been decided in rra'ion! to the TOILET AND FANCY AUTICL1.S, I

!II, .-' *;TT. tli* l're..1I'nt; the -nventifn. light between IIreran and JMiyer. The decision 1.1 0 Whiskey, &c. &,c. coKsisri\a or : -_ I .

;;.H\t .,\.!rt.fl the' ntertinjr. Fliey l ki d adapted j "f the tcf.'tet* Mill wiihLrM. Superior Hair, Tooth Nail, and other Brush' ;
.'ii't ti.> ''-. :*"! 'I.t' PMJrtl to C J,d tiiev *'ouldn.,t Ladies Dress Goods :
r. .!i-.t\ ..r.i.. I-t-t them jj.o l ..'me.lut 1 Kt them I -- es; Horn, IrOilJ and India KublcrDresting

i'.: I ':!..'?* thr'.r; honor end thrir Tnanh.. d to rne\i\ i COr.ltEtALS Terms Cash on Delivery.'l'tlIaissee a i.l Fine Combs; Fancy Toilet

,1101' *J .vr>' ul *'... r.nmlntion He would gj Wjisnixcros, My! 7.-1U. House to-day diI .. Soaps ; Pomatums ; Choice EAVY DRY GOODS :
;.' '"i* c 'iii.ituent.. and teach tl. ". if they ( Perfvnery AfC.t" t.I. I cussed th ) bill. ,
<; tint A bill) wa passed authorIzing May ]12-h: 1BC3. 20-'r .
J <(.id. a.l.uiir. the nature of tlu-tc l.rindl'l- _______ __ ___ L_ All of whirh they will sell at reasonable prices tfr
full tdS.ir-liira. ------- -- ------- -------- -- -
10 .! j.f\ .J::.1 l bit need t'.clunir. fur they were a mbas-y constantly supjiliel with all articles ia their I
? .,.,1 i u": their faith 'ftIis nM niaa. [Api.I.| ) "-.<-.] I I In the Senate, Mr. P.ivK tof Mi. sppi! ,delivered RONEY & LLOYD'STKDIVIDUAL Collector's Office, Dist. St. Marks, line keeping and by strict attention to business they will endeavor PLANTATION GOODS .

lie .u! MAY 1st 1860."V .
mu t (perch t.H'n the 1 luiintr.jit followed their .
urging l gislaUon In regardto predecessor.Pbyslclans
liieii J I .,. ,u l latliiiKJiK.! V*.. on the frcoi.d il.'iijy iu : sljvery in the Territories. lr.! Clingman com JLN L aecomjunied by proper guirantees uocordingto FrcscripUons. BiB BOJN8 IANI

,. incuced a fpeech ou the farce .ul J>-ct.IMPORTANT forms to be furnished cu application at this uSiee, Particular attention paid to reFeripti"lIl-cne

..1'.1' d.c! IJocthir.rnt. the uJ':,'i.ee were *JeJ 1- n'nlhe; received thereat ijptil 12 o'clock", M, oa the fully compounded from Pure .atallLoar*-.

..,- I h C\l \. I. YauO J.l'vl.ll. 1L J-tk'vuMiWS I MOVIIMJ'.NT.WxniNcros first Tu.ftlav iu June next f'r the supply of the clay and night t H

tJl: i ,14..1. I NAY ;.-An it -- ----- e'I article of l'nsvi-iuns. Medicines and Wood, enumerated T + I
Sccedtr fi-om lie Charleston Couvtnlioa is I
ITE."I f i'i saij forms. The quantities stated are eali-
now being circulate! l-y members of Cofgresj. urI EXTRACTS.
_The I'hiht.hp1ia) l'rr..r f..rniiiry nnnwuncrtthml. mated with reference to the usual number >f Patientsin
iluills.Mipi'vrlO ,I ging them to atterd) the Baltimore Convention to the II.> nt:: ..l!; bat the United States reserves the -
;in oI..lou1114! tliall not I""in.t..J. OD LIVER OIL. Ruahton' Celebrated Brand]
forcsal new el-tt'on in the South.rUGHIVE right to take more or less of said articles, accordinglyas C and
nominC'e..f Chariot conrciitun. Embroideries Hosiery .
i they may be actually r .frem the ntVf ll.o*< cuuJ ..t jTomio"nh NEGRO AT SEA. tie articles delivered! the Hospital are not, ocb I Ot tSla., let SORT

t1 cimrJ. I BOSTON. Jlay '.-A fugitive negro crawled from in the judgment of the Physician: of the best quality JLju :

'_ A :hitch astrotwraer *Annottn* tint the mti I:i the coal bunk of the stearaer Spalding while at tea. and adopted to the Hospital he will be at liberty --Fresh ,
reject the s'mie,to purchasa ether article ta their Supply BOOTS SHOES :1
<>CliarU-t. V. will r raj'fMr neXt As;ast. ,I' the negro suflWinj fa food anti atcr. The Spald- *ttad, and to charge the contractor with any cice=s OP ,

The firtt pony eiprrti froia the Cat reacLcJia'on iu5; noon after intercepted a Baltimore bound teamrr in cost over the contract prices.

Valley oil thc! 12uit IIIIJ the re\'* vas !; and put the fugitive aboard. The United States reserves the rigLt to accept ll.e PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, AND (
I proposals for the whale or any portion of the! articles -
iliencc ul.raj>heJ to Su Fran:.io aol pubiulitJinert. ,ec.fieJ. A. B. NOVES Collector.St. and American Window Glas*,
CHABLKSTOV. May 7.-TJie s br. Julia Anna sailed sj FRESC
nialirig only aloe .t.'II from tcan t.. uc wasgrrtteJ with iinU>uiiJtJfiitIiu"infin.: this afternoon discovrred Snow White Zinc, St
1 be event I bating a fugitive Varnidb Paint and Sash Brushes. YM !t
The rdurci t-f the IViUJtij.! wnnicipalltcUon. lave se 'rctfd aboard.TOUR Executors, Administrators .

imt. 1ww that -- -- Ij1INE ASSORTMENT OF FEATHER DUST-
heW us Tu Jiy Irt nearly and Guardians I rr"
nearly 10/XO, more DAYS: I.\TJ:11-\r.m\.AL: OF TIlE _iFItS.:' II. tiiIan.c1.
) T,ic* were ;o.oot -- ---- -- -.-
A RE hereby notified that unless their Annual
IIt'rAI! .W-tion in IS35.Jlenr BRAZIL.I best and Common.
the -
at tV.
than w..re gird Returns are made by the first day of JUDe, all GLvE .
i iI
)' ((1)j.pu1d3i> i ii cU-ttnl JIajcr o'er lloWinsllVniucrat I Adtanee In Cotton. cjrnrr.iteiucs: on such returns are forftited by the !

\ ; ty 814 majority ; *u.l Downing. (D mt. -- :A\\. A. P. AMAKER. Lard Neats F.x and Traiu Oils, CD.dL. -. I I '

ra',\ City Coini'trolli-r. l-y 120 m j l'ir. The I NEW Yuki, May S.-T"e steamship Brazil has May 5, '60.-10 Judge Probate Leon Co. KEROJEN" (ot-iled and raw.)

j arrived at St. JoLns with! d..tc to the 29th Burning Fluid,Camp'ieae, Ac. 'I
Detnrat April
HanJ IS to 11
t :..t Council OpjNifitiun OIL CLOTHS AND MATTINGJ J
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(Sunday.) The soles in the Liverpool cotton mar- Notice.
Cvtifccil :"lion to
Cotiinwa Opp
ar.J the
"- -. Vet for the week em'.infr 25lh, were 91.600 bales. Spices &c. I
.u l>onoc!'5. Altlifei-loutiaKlection in 1856.In FI iJa)'. Liverpool sales as reported by the Brazil ALL persons having claims or demands agaiust CORNICES & CURTAINS-
estate of Alfred deceased, late of /1INNAMON, Cioves Nutmeg Race, Ginger do.
J lur IJuclianan 3' I were ten t"o"io'1I1.1 l bah-s, with a firm and active Brjar.t.
ae--f i1iih ,
Leon county, are noticed to present them to the IIC' ground; Jamaica Ginger White and Black ;
._ > >.,:,;..re and 1'rt-.JJ nl. 3 ..O.t lU 3at I market. The following are the authorized quotations 11 lerBijrnet! within the time prescribed by law, or this Mustard See l. Allspice. Cayenne aid) Black Pepper, Hardware and Cutlery;. '

Mi\or i <'!let:lion. L"*... .r, the <>j'jx sition mcjo-ity I : Cr)..:u.!. Mobiles. Upland notice will be plead in bar of their recovery ; and! all Ctlery Seed, Buttled Mustard, Nice Olive Oil. i :

'... i' : 1. I F.if. .. .. .7| 7f 7 persons indebted are requested tn make payment T7UAVOr.NG EXTRACTS cf aU .

1Va-li.i: l corrr.p iJ ot of tLe Kaliimore; )Middling) -CJ f.i 6JTlie immediately.6 I860. JOHN. 19-JltlNTOSH AdVr. kiads NAILS, IRON AND OILSJL !, : :
May w ,
>- .i ':\. ti', li-iTrmoi C\.Jn lill of ttah.jhu inV I stock of cattou on tar.nJ In Liverpool was one __________ ._ _u_ -- -- -
: million and twenty-te\en thousand bales of f which Gelatine, Le., .
",'', ..,; Prc4J- rt thai Uuli ii in A (.nton' Ameriean.L Notice.DURING ISIYGLA-I i 1,
: 8.J.tlOO) were by every Steamer.: -
-;;" .:: uu aiiarcby. and that !irae action is I %TF'T.-The wiles <-f Saturi-iy, the 28th were absence from the State TASUL B. tf" i SH Egti

;.c' '..r"-KooMery ei the part of Government tore I 10.000 bale, vilha S :nss Esq, agent.LAIIDNER
1. Leon countv soil by Starch, Bentiuda Arrow lot. 1
''i_ l -rrix from an liaijwnJing GIBBON.
cv< : present
FRANCIS PAYNE. Blacksmith. Barley! Sago, Jtc. '
h.ill'itjtottf! latuj wf ile.K-ruio s. "'h. e I COTTON MARKFT April 23, 18M. 18-Jt Tapioca ? -:Jfcrfi.TJIT'.SAgricultural -
c S .4 | 'a'!"baltee. May 12. 1660 20Sotxrlng ------ -- ---- 'I
(', : relhl.-r tIle t.nere offoaIlJ: property uneS. I New Yorit. May! S.-Tlie njvic by the Bmril -- ------- 7)LTIIE Cream Tartar, Sup. Carh. S.a

''.;:. .:..1! r>.
ut .-i' ;.Uof of tlw e who have -serted Utah, or I advancing rate SEWING MACHINES Indigo Copperas ae i

: .: .i!!- : r.:1te courts be authorized l t exerciseS -- -- Come at Last, and in First Rate Order! S WEDISI L.CJE: constantly, on han.LU Implements 'I I

i, i v-1' i-Uuiit-d by lh na a3d granted by The Sptcial l1oticrs. OK MOORC'S PATCNT FAMILY SCWIN'OZ.U 'J .

j .; ,.t.,o A''embly! or tint ine 41ltertv'ans of i- ._ : ==----o.= MACHINES. If wu want flOe c.f the first r.ON SHOtLDE BliALEd, different kind i It.A It.

it.S.S. i,- '.f.y f mty l I. aJ"I]>.., He fislts thai Lee cRorr. lot call at one-, fir they wi'I' go "Id." hot n1(." aol after the t.lh of fay the SUNDAY large assortment of the above articles -

1.$ : 11 1. .'..!'i-r \re resced: there, and protest Children are o.lcn! sled; very suddenly with this : They ein tot seen tt my ofii----South west corner NOIINING TRAIN trum MnntictUo md tie = & CO'S INIMITABLE )hand and .1 \
Cnh. HAIt
of the Caplto': (baacmon) SUNDAY EVENINeS .AI from TuIabaesee! :lcnrsTuFcT constantly selling"at
s-.i r:>'. the: wri..Irr'll"Al: tfthC entire army at iiijo ,'I*ca'', ul.Jch. if rot quickly riiicred, ]iro\esfitalj) 1 I'I"f; T. OT BLAKE.Notice. will dsee0ntiuuad.. warrsuted: t. restore grey .' .
It gei..ruiy! attacks chilli en In the ni.M't. aft.rImtlnn I tu its oiiyii.al ct'lorat the C<>nn-r Drug Store.J. the
.' i The G "t'nl'r estimate* tlie.aj- May 12. U-I). 2-1
W L. .
> < '.i.ar. II1I.jil. teCh n>.., -xpoe: to damp Ct.ldI'm.." VLVSOX. Asb't Srpt.Anr.123 R.GREGORY A CO.

.. lot: ,'. ..:utAh\ .t fifty Wo t-r fifty three tbouS... lhrutlh use tlay. iMinp Ilou Pf', \tet Art thin 1 S&I. 18-4t March 24, 1860. 13. !Lowest Cash Prices.- :

.."u;; i tin Mormon* a*'ert that it U larger. shof wet cloth's. ornnjti'.n;! ? that ol/s'.r.icts! per. J Sentinel and Family! Fiimd ctpy.Planter's -- ------ -

I ; 1'rn-r *X Wales i i" 10 land at :.t. J.bn>, ,ipirntion. nmy occasion Cift.p.with Mothers tliiidrrnjcomp'alnt jour fervors bavit.: claims or demands against DIIOF. DAUBrs PIWPUYLCI FLUID March 24,1860. ____._ 1!___ __ __ J
liabl' tC taken L
children ALL _
ere to Hotel. at the Corner
Dreg Stort.J.
c ''" 'i1.o tine'-e<*. ta Montreal mi.l Ottawa I tinI"h < !len-t it but. it is estatef th'ilomcw Ilct! dt'ceuel.1A.lt ; : '
at a n y<> i expect : R.GREGORY A CO. SPRING TRADE I1e
to ,
','C'r too W'adiitijjtwn an! the Atlantic cities, anJt1.rWOtio.cc9. not always doctor can be called' a rcrurdy fouuJ.an.1 of L-on county. are r..qlll'ltt..1 preSent within THE Subscriber listing purchased March 21, 2960. 13Denslow's ,.
pn>ely l1ulh"'nt <.lt"d.) to the unJersijrnel. above Hotel '! ..f1r -
:r".l thr"I' I for tfiis reason we would ahi'e you i.ow and l barred respeetfu'ly .. I :
: will h.
I the t:me pr''f-'ri.o,1 I by list or thy ; ; !
( his; ls the
without a rnomeijf' lt-.iy! to buy "Ixittli .f Ir. sums 'n-n< and public in'gtural. : \
i .. Legis-laicr* clTers a reward of 'I and a.l: those! indebted will cmk pijment inime- Benzine
< K'MiKVt that it fir the __
< IS
r..t Adn'r.May now opened 11cammncf.rti..n (- I I'XTE are receiving a large and well at'Jeetecl' :.
> f.ra I
S : "' : ...t =1:11'. I altendinsTctthifg.Cor.'"::1 i-if.n..Coccrhs. Col.ls.l (te. ---- BOARDERS. G. C. TOWNSEND. 'y Slams from Silks or Woolens of all Boats and Shoes Jlardware Dry Good L .
the It is sold by ail itspevtable drutjgift. M'*srv.C'lairoli Tallahasfec April 28, SCO. 18 If kinds without injuring their' color or texture, while
1it: <;lli.r-fW\. njrnal (Republican) y* Stewart's r Groceries Iron. frailt Trace .
Bridge d. 4'$ Fifth
& Du'pont. New Yolk, are the proprietor I leaving r.o unpleasant) odor. It is used with the samescocc ,
:: all the Bounties iu the StateS
: j'! frvra
turns and a!"solo aj--Lt for "Dr. Bronson's Blood Food" V""OTICE is hereby given that bids \\ill be re CHANGE OF SCHEDULE I s for cloaLiug Gloves without altering their Chains, Stretchers, Bacon. Salt and I ;

,5. i 1'' .i r..h.fl"'ofU Iii--i! it appears that which! for Cou'unipihe and C1.rl nic diseases is a LN eehsed at the Probate office lit Tallahassee C't.lnr l ; also for removing greasy stain out nf Paperof r Flour, ij-c., 4'(., 4'(., .
-- : !<:\ .n In* be n ee.-t. chief jutice of Wis- sure rf'm"Ch110 not le put off with any other tutu 12 o'clock M..n'':J. June 4th 18Cn fur the fallowing OX) and after the cool 21th inst I shall of'er as a sub- all Liuds. For sale at the Corner Dru? ht<.rc of Anti for ale cheap by BOND
i' : .-'i* !liui.,ir .l ii ij..r ty. over Judge Sloan frtkles. WriTs! to Ci-urch & DuPout, New Yolk- tiujbt-rs to be lei\tred! at Stewarts Bridge I Ion run out of the to Ice keep Pitchers during) a the Bupeimr hot day article(hiving: of J R. GREGORY Jb CO. i Lloyd, March 31, 1SCO. 14 : .
if cannot .t the'n i.i our ow. to\t u. f55 Sce very ; March 24.1860. 13
p. l miles Xorthof Tallaha '
you Hirer 10 -
: u' :: ..' can ,'HU'l.dato Ani. the 0bokonee Linen Sheeting, of various qualities and ,prices. I Bridles ::
advertisement. For :tUv! 's J Lively. In the to U Saddles Harness &
and f a :
putiicg: conic
Virinii'.a nventiun met the *i c. up Apiil 28, 1660. 18 .DEXHAM. ,
i. Republican
.J' ---- -- -- ---------
ineteen ((19)) Cap| till* 14 incLe square and 18 MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORER, SALE BY BOND & CO. : .
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i I. nr.cn frail that of --------
,i.at \\l...clin!;. ppAibtcJ Jelegatis at hare to THE flower.Fiviti Man OxcMZTint<>T the KX enter into III maniacs na relations atrmler fret 1.isg. sit has the Ring cf the Genuine "ZYLOBALSAMUM; ,I FOR March :31,. 1S60. ._14ALL I.. ;
1 c"..'", with Ji.trict nilY. In Ihl41 country tnou&eiKl of j 'uns and beautiful Metal. : person wishing BIn ctbiiris's SliOCR ;
'!'vn>r.in f.i\''r of the nominee of the Chicago women are Mcrlfleed every year from tii!i.cause alcne. Il Three (3)) IVls 12 inches e< re and. SO feet lorg. it has and better Gun find. !1 i i'I'lth iI
to tetter Celebrated Stomach Biller. w.ll ave many of tLisclam jn I course a you never
S 'II'rJ Convention tariff BO.ND A .
affording protection CO.
; a frr.ni an anumrl) eravc. Tbi. metlu-iiie hu been .1 All of the above named timbers to be fat heart 0F'Double.barreled Guns, Rides aud Pistols of the HAIR COLORING. BACHELORS HAIR DYE, I .
: ti.r..lu.ts; of white labor in our country against with great benefit by immense. numbers nf |> r.'II! throuirh- pine. free from wind shakes anti other defects. game sort for sale by DENHAM. BARRY'S TRICOPIIEROUS Lloyd. March 3J, 181:0. 14
out the an rrpuWic I
-r of other tsranliU-s; equality <.f rights among eommendallnna from all.'u..ns..r| the eountrj. HielJiltrrs: Also, for buildijg Western abutment. furniJiinfljorin : April 28 1860. 18 Also a good assortment of the beft kinds of Rio Java and Laguira Coffee f
.' snj on account of will be found lobe very JlII'III"nl to the ''.10'.even a' a !M-'- I ?. plank 2 Inches thick and not wore tluti 8 .
f opposing proscription ,
.uns; erage. and prompt and powerful 1 tn Its effect an a medicine inches wide fur about one-quarUr of the Brulge, ai.d I :3Poi32.rtc3.osi et Oils, FOR SALE BY BOND 4 CO.
;j""SS'""" rploeeofbirth.and the action of the present It Infuses new lt lilinto the frame and stn-nzthem the A. P. AMAKLR. Summer Perfumes. for the Hair March :31.1860. 1-1 : J.
whole SIl-m.M that votnen who use U are snblesI l to pi> putting up railing.
t i tnuii'tration in regard to the theimpressmeutof- through'.Ith labors 'Li-h woul.l without It,be certain to Chairman Ccm. on Budges. T AU-DE-VIE LAVANDE. Double Ambrec. Eiu & '
: M ,;. I miz-ns when vi.-iting i their native country. prostrate them bold l>> a'.l Jrupgiets. May 5, 18CO. 19-U JIe Cologne Buy Wafer. Violet Rose, BoquetJe .Ferg'U.son.'aREFIXED; Spring Summer

<('n the liKli ultimo a great fire in Cuba de- -------- I Caroline tc., Ac, distilled and extracted from HEAP, FOR SALE BY BOND A CO. S
For Sale the flowers grown in the Garden of GuL Those finnliar V_> Lloyd. March 51, 1860. 14 5
the value of half
"-"i'1 standing sogar cline to SVij1 llfKS.POIiT with Byron" well know the reputation of this) FLORIDA ARROW ROOT --- ---- S

10.. .11:' ,luna!. ---- ------ milE HOUSE AND LOT ox MONROE garden. For sale by DE nIA 1. Clothing.A
--- m .
---- -- -- At the Store.
<;ernor Iloufton has addressed another com. OF ST. MARKS. 1. Street, now occupied bv P. B. Brokaw April 28, 18CO. 18 corner Drug
'a:i'I. to the War Department respecting the '
sale BOND &
MayS, 1860. 19 Varieties. cheap by CO.
:' ,i itlet with the savage on the frontier Texas. CLKAKEI, Lloyd March 31/60. 1) Sentinel
--- Choice and Tobacco. copy.
: "'"Indian.he ssj,are ravaging the frontier counV May 9-Biig Suwannee, Munioe for New York, $ For New York. n FISHING HOOKS, Crab Net, Floats, Sinkers Cigars _' -' ,
with bales S bales: moats 3 cases tobacco -- -- -- --
t ,n all directions.: He urgt the immediate for- 405 coLlie Shot and Shot Pouches, Powder and Groceries &c.. .
bbls. Brig GEN. BAILEY. Koye master daily P-.wder Flasks! Tin Setts imitation Oak-a beautiful PURE WISES AND
of of mounted Texas volunteer. 11 bries rope cutting, 1 bale wool 4? molasses THE LIQUORS. .
ar.on a regiment will load for the above Port* For article painted Tin na in. do Pitchers and Basins EXTRA and Superfine Flour,
.. till best mean of checking the depredations of 29 hhds. and 2 bbls. sugar 1C pig.mdze, Height or passage apply Foot Tubs Nests of Stone Jellies Wire DUb S For Medicinal Purposes. and Cnwhed Sngir. .

I Ult InJiAns. 107 biJes. 1 bundle fur-sugar and molasses fromMr. toBEARD A DENHAM.Rt Covers, Arm and Rocking Chairs fur ChiMren.htruwr.rooras. Superior Green and Black Ten, .

S Captain r rnnm, of the Wanderer who has Yulee's plantation: at omaeas et'. Marks, May 5, 1860. 13 He..rth do. Garden Hoes and Rr.kes, Fine COOKING WINES J''I VEG.AR. 4-C. Soda and Butter Cracker. Maceaton,., .
-- Fancy Wnx Candles, Flavoring Extracts. te, J.c, Ac. Colgate No. 1 Soap,
< <
!*er, confined in jail during the la ft.sir month, was -- -- ------- DISSOLUTION OF Furralrly! DENHAM. Scotch Ale & London Porter, Concentrated I.syliabbits Potash,. .

I "tated on the 3d iDstat.SAnonah by some friends; SflrtoTALLAHASSEE bbrrfisrmrnts. OoPar1n.crsb.l.p.THE \pril2S.IS60.. 18 Extra Gloss Starch
taj s n attempt by the United States marshal to re- of Carrell J Maxwell is this Kidlev's Candy -
--- co-partncr K. Havana
----- --- ---- -- prrior Cigars .
"tn him wa remitted with revolvers. The mar- hlli'llved by mutual consent and all per To Arrive : Congress Water.Fur Deehler' Anti nervous Smotiuj Tvtes .

t"j-1 finally "ol'rrollli"ed the matter; and FarnutaM GUAEDS.ATTENTION sons iudebted to said firm are requested to call alll j TTERMETICALLY Scaling Class JI1" en sale at the Corner Drag Store of Rail Road Scotch nuff. ( S

I. to appear oa Wednesday hrt and give bonds settle their accouuts by note or otherwise to D. B. _L JL tirely new arfccl; Grape Drops. Fig Drops J. R.'OREGORY & CO.Mareh -ALSO-
I MAXWELL, who can be found at the old stand < and Fjney"Candv. DEN HAM. 24 1860. IS -
lr 'he um c\t :O/OO. .S "yOU are hereby ordered to and who alone is authorize- t<> close up the btif iu'cts I j April i\ ISICI. 18 A Bbl Country Sugar Cheap. .
The municipal authorities of New York baserr9ritd of the "oo't rn. W. C. CARRELL -SBXN'E d3 PAPY, S Cane Superior Country Lard; S
JL meet f..r drill in front of the 1 18CO. D. B. MAXWELL j For sale by O. A J. MEG1KNIS3. S
't:' 1 f iOGOOanJ engaged the' first floor of May Valuable Lots for Sale.TU1E TALLAHASSEEFLORIDA..
a Court House iu Talhs1iate, at -0- April 14. I SCO._16-et_ .
I.p 1 .
for the
a Motr.ipV.itan hotel Japanese embavy.tr J past 4 o'clock. r. M., on Thurs HAVING sold my inteiett in the partnership of undersigned cfTtr for Bale fur valuable 6'nrtion & (Commission fltcrcbants p' S
-a the 6th to the 13th nltimo there were day next. 17th iust.By & :MAXWELL to my formerpartner. >TS. containing Ten Acre each, I lying imruc Sundries. :

'\l.yul... fa rariou parts of Ilaytl which threw of the D. B. Maxwell who will: continue! in the I diatelv North of the residence of Dr. J. E. DuBose. AM) CRADLES AND SCYTHE : : [
older STONES
11 Captain.P. ;
, f *; '-\ riM| \ \\.I'.nz and destroyed several,'el. same business: ; I olint for him a continuance of that These Lots present peculiar! attractions to persons CASH DKALKKS JA'ALL K1XDS OF GRAIN and StrawTntterg, )
B. BnOKA W. Orderly. mtronage so liberally bestowed upon the late tirm wis-himg to secure good Building Sites or Lots fur ,
Ki slate that acontract I and Well Chains, J
-,1 < Innond Enqnircr HEAVY Pump
1! 1S60. 20 [Sentinel friends and the GOODS
copy. generally.
I.I '. S S made l I. merchant in that city for the May I by our community culture and they "ill be offered private sale until Well Wheels and Well Bucket.. '.

:: .. "t t .'m .'f two y cotton chips for the liverpool 1Like1y- Negroes at I II _Mayl.1860. __19 __\\. C.._CARRELL._ tbe second Monday in May forG&5O COS-TT\G IX FiaT Or Steel Weeding Hoes, -

t.. iJi I, tn be of eight hundred ton, and to coatS / Geo. Walton Knight Each, Calicoff, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Hilling Hoes and Grubbing HOM, -

I'IK- will W built in Richmond and an- I AUCTION payable on the first day of January, 1861, with S Boots, Shoes and Hats Hardeare and Garden Rakes and Hoe', .

:: 'I. i lult.iunri.; The company propose to build MONDAY. May 21et, I860 will be sold before AHORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, per cent interest from date of sile. If not sold at Crockery, Fancy Groceries 4- Provisions Manilla Rope Cotton Line, .S
O that date, will be offered, terms at I Powder, Shot and Lead
J my Aurtk Room, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. they on tame Cigars and Tofntcco of
T", ernmer.t. bas sent dUpak-h to. public auction to the For Iron Wedge
Cot highest
T"'I"II< bidder.
S. :: ." then 4 Itleii, Woiiicu, 3 Children ; J7 OrncE at Messrs. Ames Lively' Drug Store. I ) ptrticulars i every brand Fine Brandies Blind Staples and Blind Fm4eniasWrought S
a :. '!" -:i l\ .er*not only) protest ing a gaiost I apply to *
s "".:" .f Legations t..l>i'JmoDt.l.nt ho- j Field Hands ffy Terms: Credit to the 1st Jan- Ma j 6. 1860._19-J,_ Maj. ROBERT GAMBLE, J. I 4. Wines, Putty Cut. Clinch and fcivettuig Nags

0ha ..: :;' ':'n<\ ,.;il put and ecd to this iniquitous nary. 1861 wilb 8 per ent. interest and approved A. JOHNS i Gen. R A. SHINE. I Rofi Potash }Varnish White Lead.4'(. Hinge of eyery sanely', _& -.
R. H. BERRY Auctr. Patent Balance '
.. I security. J. S. MAXWELL! }Tiustees. weighing Joo MfcaJsv
I would] xl inform the eitlxns' f Tal&ha'seeand !
They o
20-Jt Dealer in and all kinds } Lime -
'--- May 12. 1P60. Manufacturer of of P. T. PEARCE, that Plaster ud Cemf.l, .
country, they keep constantly
Ta J ; -------i- AMERICA AXD JT.A1.L1.VMARBLE \ D. C. WILSON, For sale by O.:A J. MESIHJHSS.(
::5tI.n.. : :(j.oticoftbe5thirtsthnt, noticing April 18' on April 14, 1860. t. .

: :"0 nfa nuiiitxr of the Southern Delegates I AT or near the Capitol on Tuesday night. May WORK ?w9.lS60. __h Bacon, Sides and Shoulders, Hams and -

!'.:j i--rU.il (nTention, says:-" \Ve say URBAST 1st-PIN.a GOLD about SCROLL two inches or long.ARABESQUE A liberal OITtT1TT8, Notice. Flour of ercry brand, Dcnajjj Cameioif

; r i" eftTeJing; Stst who have proven for its tit tlii ffiee.. BOX TOMBS. TABLETS. HEAD STONES Ac. which they receive fresh from New Orleans on the
be delivery
reward given
\" I Yard the Tallxhawee. Fla.tr Months after the first publication of this no ; arrival of the W ].&
: .5 :iiUV."n' of a worthy mother. What- 12 1860. 20 tgf near Capitol. SIX steamers at St.Marks, and a.e determined mmTALLAHASSKK .
flea 'T 5 ''" ,' I May Work sold as cheap aa it can be had elsewhere. the undersigned .U I present his final account to sell il
"i iure the result of the
beasto *
*r7 5, I : : miy Mal 5. 1SGO. I -Gm and mothers to the Judge of Probate of Leon county FL4 :
lagrI4 SW "iior' *. it Mill n.t be Ji rnud. that the A Miscellaneous Stock as executor of the estate of A. L Fisher, deceased Cheap for Cash.We it J. WEBER'S CLOTHING STORR .

.. 'r: ,' !.
r* : r I'e :uih maintained at all hazard orS OF adr-nde Clothing. Hosiery. Gent Kid Pen. & Geo. Railroad | ALFRED A. FISHER, Ex'tr. and promise them tht we will pare nj pains '_0 I
\;.ti" iraw Glove Ladies Dress Goods and other Fancy Goods, Company. April 28, 1860. 186snTaylor's please them. Oar prices are not exorbitant-aU we ,
,, from the ConventIon and fiI.lgI at COST f-r CASH. A. F. HAYWARD. I. ask is a living. Call and judge for yourselves. S

I : '.': ::t M\t:5' draftitutirtiial Democratic party j I I May 15.::1&6lt. : -tf I Cotton Gins I Aped 14. 16X 16-tf I1TOTICE ia hereby given to .U persoo 1thj inj
: I .L" claim agint the estate of Jame L.then, Jeeeased -
heir 1 I .5 4.andOSawOinsonbndmnd&e-l I I Notice.SIX late ,Q f Leon couotr, to come'forward sad

stat; ra-.a-jld.; !" Notice.OtX A MEETING of the Stockholder! of tbe peo-! _.fO, aa'- by HOPKINS I MEGINNISS.BRONX'S present them:duly nutlmrtiWed;to Edwm A.Hart

S. la1... Ptea'ure an ,i MONTHS after the tint publication of U.isO cola .t Georgia Railroad) is called to conveneat I month after the first publication rf tU noI I !aTaUba] e ,tiritLin UM J tiaw ri-qurrwlby law, or ;
S "*' lIDJ11'lUIcinjJ.o csw..AmrnIr ) of the last Wan Tallahassee, on Monday. the 2Mb of June next. I'I -. the undersigned executor ci tli thi. !
lust \VH1 noticerbe.pi ba-ref tbei:
that Ut I II I potiee tbe tmd'rtij-ncd executor DOUBLE CFLWBERGO m Tse.wery- 5-
F-I.alft KwiJa. 10. Board of
t"y\ Bank By order of the Directors.
lr I II
late 'f and testament vt Atekibald awl .
of N. N. Branch. dceea. I Graham deceased kU pmruie ioJebW.o.atd.itta1.<( 1f fll )
and testament lieu.
'i 1101 l ,
a iwccpmful operation 1' IL FLA I
. pOw Ser .
GO. &tt\
i ii aeflpauU such rT.Quiucy GIN of Leon eoootv. will preseot hi* final l eoo fc-rwsrJ and mALt .
l I will rrwtnt ida fin SA.WHOPKINS Mutant as snehItCUf Th-adt&iqisent
lent ")'-'l J cif of Gea. Win. BaiI I Leon countY.' .nd V" Sentird t. Rq4.kdislandIs: Fntod ..
pi4ta4 i..I..t, ; the Jolt of rro\.t.f.f said ullt J to the Judge of Prolate c.r ad and PKNELOfB
snsj' Wm. I U, i'Htc Cashier. baa eexi *. extents, to and ..!won 1 oosv.Mii. county nAKT.Erfc;
i CII. "lliCer 1tt; "t b. Jt MC<;i.fI5S.rt. ask U w )! VT.
J JOHN p. PKA < 5< lSJed. G. PONDER, C'tr .._ .t-EDwrrs A. flARr5c :
I I '" is ouritr.. Tho, IT. Austin ash( iel k sischarZ'4l.i 8. lc$.\ ISa I I t-
,.. '-.r"r".Ia 7.., JI. A. 51i iUjl2. 1 I860. S Itifi h1u"; I .pu! 21 I. H IT-lm April! It. m-. 11 .r 1Do W April- JI.1SW 5-J J7-8-Jr .xe_ S

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_o-- TUST received from New T.rk per bwV R.H.Glib.

Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. .5.e. t J ble. a gectral assortment of articles io Our j tin,
such RS Oils of almost kiod, Ituroinjr;

llAlbBOJUS.ON \ ) CIIAXCE GF SCIICDULE FOR TIlE SOUTHERN TRADE. TETTEIt Time f.rot'; &ietl"'Et.tI\'nD Olle r.i.!J toaatfsrt.aer5tIOS.S&fl i.ti.ts.sC M.tmi: jj tlT-to1hvsicitti l b Whit c 5t qualitsluttv.Lead Zinc and. Brashei.other paints FctashSoda.WiuLw Spat Claw Flui.kt;.

.Q _,' .. n In.lfter February Slst 1ECO. daily TEllS cm.- :--------.1: -m.d! t"r.i"Jt5u : Oe1311.London Mu.tarJ. Freci'EruJlh \Yt" t. (
) liii.;: I:' t.' ; : ') "I III! a ,J
. < .. ON :
_.. t_ -.-_ .! Trams will run M follow: -_ LeVRUS -- ".':.... ;Ii." 111: \.,' lIa" :t1l..iJt' uih'U- for medicinal purpc"H, Spices Vepper.IrmksQuinine Ulllf DSI" '

IKK! after f lit JcyMt.ii.r, ilaich% ::111.) 18CO L 'uve Fernandma ot. . .. ... .CJX) laticuU.i-tVi .: ui.k.v.w.-:. .'. j U't uj.atLi rllm ian Bark Fluid F.xtrsctAc Bljtl.
!:e Curs wni i.uw ftiiJ ruu u' (.n.!] .".,. tiz: lithium at. . . . .463 : i.:..i: r. :: > ;; -.i; '"::; f .sv:: "..I :: : Ae, and a general assortment of Popular; Fatrnt

Leave lsl..iha% .M.-e. .. .. .. 4.00 I'. M.Anivent State at. .. ....... . .. ..CSO ; iftWBESSE volumes of h- ro acr;;.vn or I I .;n.r: {..i:'ry. Medic-r.ca.: .We keep mince but the very btsl AIO"

M'fi'wllo: : .. . 6 !S P. M. Waldo nt.. . ....... ... ..715 The rafsj-ujt d' Ucsioiici. btoaiuth Litters hope to merit your patronage.illLES
Leave TalUia5W4-. ..... .. 9S5 A. M. Gainesviie! at..8. 0 fur lit la-t yt.ir aiUuunreU to over a .:!- NASH. A CO

Arnv at St. M.rU. ... .ll.OO A. M. Arc-twrnt. .. .... ... ...... ..9.15Ar NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET. t1'I;li."n ?>,}TI\'.>. .7,1 1 !rom ia nin..rc-.t! ; steady I. March 29, 1856 18BLACKSNITBING
Lca 'e T&a1'ee.! . . .. 60t A. M. 'ivc nt Bruneoc..1 iccrt-ue in I.BU" paw.: it i if evJert tL-t iuring! -- -
}more at Goodman'*, Slitiuti 5. S50 A. M. tl.e coiuin.t year il'C (OIl-=uir.jt:3n Rill reach !I
Lr.iie M.M.ticeliw!: ... .. 7.0) A. M. L"ave Fropvm nt. h..3 00 NEW YORE, n.'li.ioy: rottlc-j. lli.nwii.is: amount has umed work
near one undersigned le!
Archer nt. .. .. ..........3 SO THE
Arrive itt Ta1,1i3ce.! ... .. V.05 .\. JL cauid l.a.e been toll ;.t far the rara I and has in
Vine ri'e; at. . .......... .4SO never town, opened a Shop
4 aoroJt MarU. ... .. !JoO P. M. WHOLESALE DEALER IN mcdl.-tu: prcrtrt'CJ: fl-LIti..tJ in tie rreparati&n. the same building with Mr. Kr.hu's Car-____._
Arrive at llnliarMp) ... :.2 i P. M.L .'nl.l" at.'o tlie a.iri'.on cf the n.o .t ] StnrKcjit. . .... . ..... ....C. 0 anu II riaire Shop opposite Tlxchai'ge.th 're nIl! "iolls
AVC G.XNln-Ki.! SUt;'U 5. . 4 80 P. :1. ii il.viv sectlca; tf tic country of Ulttek.. will bl done with
Bald! u in, at. . .. .. .. .. .7.65 Comot Pins Writing Desk*, Jciceln, rnilhing neatcets ..,
Ai-r. it T--! ha .'. .. . 7.iO P. M. where the cviivle: i is '>SM > ncnn, Lo not enl! dfspntch. He can refer with confidence to tbOl.
with Poet Coaehes, Miioello! nndGoudmasX Arrive at F'nnlldiulI..1: O.t 6 Work Boxes Watches, : i l L'ut .
Connecting ttl Brushes Fertile. rccotuKiml the LiiUrs:i to 1t-.Ir.1 :tit! who have patronized Limit heretofore for tie thine
S?:S.cn ;, Oaily. except tot M--'itictllo on FitL'l.t Traits will leave Fc-rninilma on Button Forte Jfcnaict Stationery, Musical Ware,. rica ready tt .11 time to give teiii.or.iak to its of his work. FRANCIS PAYSE.January ."
6uou*J aod GixKlnsn' Statiou 5. c ilondar.AND XVdi o (!.iys mid Fr dt\"., at 4.CO A. H.! -n-l Perfumery Itfl=t. > in ..11 c-1-: :s of ftui,.acl.ic: dci! atiements 8. 11S. 5-tf -

ALSO I. it f leave IJronson.: on Tuet Jays. Thursdays : Threads, Porte Folios, and n.c 'hscase rv-iuhmng. lltrrtrm,. ------- --- "

Connectine whb Post C"ach to New Port on arrival urday! i, at SAl A. M. Wood and Willow Ware, d-c.r (St., .1 L.5 i It jiu.aUi.pria. ,"'r; ;:tarmi., cbtaiced. RICHARDSON'SEE.xsa

oC end ul.nh rttun before the (1.! .paiturcf (VeTnin I These: Tmins connect with Coats to and the notion line required by the Southern Mercian! l-y ex'rnorcia-r ifititi j u !'.e ray cf uucnpeiinj -
article in
; a;).1 ,ith the lae: cf Nail Meai.ins bit is ten Cl.ar.t.m.! dally and) with Boats to and And every il.e: .iK..l.t'.t: ; < c f ti.e tII":: ". 1 ut a roIM : LINENS
N dW Orlcar Jvey AVett tnd Cu1-.. ntid intermediate \'tor.nr.hy' /lwC: : week. -- e> :.niali..n c ftn iiiv.IaVe) Jici1e. ViiicL is

]v mt on the Go'i .niintt! St. Mailson i tluir way I Thrwjjh Tickets Iwttreen all the fcbove SPECLt1 L ITIES.LA'SBTaCts 'Ilin-oi: i to I.e f.y cmlurirg: cs lime iiitlfllcbtcttcr's DAMASKS, DIAPERS. &-

to Ky AV f'M ou the 17th e.H 2nd! .>r :rd of (i.el> mid: CliarU-stcn be secured l the PtASTfFs.Li Noii-ch t Litters late proved oNsIMERS! of KicaaKtkoVs Laces*, and tbo.
on > daily
mor.th, and I arrh'iDIC.t t>t. Marts on their way t'rW I IS rn-J bi-l-xeeu all tim :tl ve Stations;j and S. -GROVEtrss. r':rrcr"EnD NEEPLZS.LAWBENCE'S, LAWRENCE'S GOLD Sitri.>Prs Pos.TilE" WMIIMSTED.LAUUIME GUt,&cLswaeca's aUwl ciil to reficna where fever nil ague I Inu.l Vift'rvus' ui, oblaiiiing the geNuine yoojj. .Lonii,

Orleinsn the 15th and 20Ui cf cacb m"iti". at reduced thn Steamer \urll'Ia. : OMF>TAI. COLOGNE. various of.cr bilious el ..1.1Iint5 bate see that the articles they purcLss ate sealed .ul.
rat.by PE-SCILS
Passengers fir M.'ntkello! or points North of that j leave relllaniUI\: and : : SotTiucMj.sr.noniTE": cO .:lte.l tl.dr'illit:15' 1-y !-ur.iIreu's. To be the lull!! name ol the firm
will take the 400 P. M.tiii.PaFFengers and 1 Savaaaah on MoivJafs Wednesdays end WC'4ll1e.dllJ'lI. Alo a superior quality of OSNAIttJRO SEWINO THREAD in balls mull: and large and on spoolsAll abla to Mate conf lently tbnt the "ritlers" I J. N. EICnAEDSON. SONS A O"DtS,

for G"odmar.'i: of points East of that, Fri.ijrht will nlo be taken by the Steamer goods warranted equal to sample and as repreKCt.tetl l1artmcniaratteumtiuu given tll paikiug. Neat and are a certain cure for the l)ys>peri>5- aol l like as A guarantee of the soundness loud durability cf tUTbis

will take the ADO A. M. train. at twf.thirdi! of present rates. convenient Catalogues, with blanks for memoranda, supplied furclintri on app.icatiou. diseases, i iJ to the iroprieto"* a Mjurce cf un- j jooI

Tlic train will not run from Tallahassee to St.MirLs Persons dcs-nog! to avail themselves of I NovciiiLir t o, Ib59.; 4'-ly aiir>'cd j i.lcl:1\r<. It r::nove I all morbid matter I elution Is rer.deied essentially Bfee 'ary M

and back on Sunday. (onlv on Steamer days. duced n.tr should) notice particu'arly! the (inn I'C:! "iitomicl' yi.Jifi-3! ilic LJ""I.I and ; large qnnnlities of inferior an.l defective IJnm *r,

VM. L. VINSON. Asi't Suni. days 01 the Augusta, cud instruct! : their n enl SEW GOODS OT GOODS.) WOOD, EDDY &COSGEORGIA imparts renewed vitality to the ntrvcns ystem repait-d, east>n after Season and sealed) with the
% March U. H60.. 13 "TT"'S- A. II. COLE, I ADDLLAWAIhE PIMPS. it that tone ni.d tricrp-y iuJisj'-n.U\ : IIHILC uf Itifliardson, by Irish Honors "bn. regardless -
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Fernkiidma March 24, 1860. 13TOPLANTERS o lor the rcstontiou of her.5tli II opcrairs i.pontUstuinicb of ih! injury thus inflicted alike! on tLc AmcrirttCnncun
PROPOSED AMENDMENTSTO STATE LOTTEEIES liver ant c.bcr; dlge; ii he organs I ran-t the manufacturer!.f the genu r.G.-oot

TIIK Myers & Gorman n.iU'y: : but powerfully! an'l soon restores theta : will nut readily aband a busiue' so p'ctiuUc,
: - to condition: cEenual tj tLc healthy Uischargo : while purchasers can be imposed on with Uoo Is .( .
Constitution of the State
NOW IN STORE A gssrc .
HAVE Grand, CapiialPi'izclOOOOO l of Ihe functions of nature. i worthless character.
ADOPTZD JJT MSTH GEXtEAL ASSEMBLY.AN and Beautiful Stockof :- & _. -- Elderly persons nit'y use the ittcrs daily as BULLOCKE & J.B.LOCKE, Agent
---0- NO YANKEE .: Goods to which they would'' directions ca the bottle, and they will find S6 Church St. New Ycrt.
: ACT to amend) the Stb tcction of the 6th r.rticl respectfully invite nttentiu; consisting of. 'iz! : GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING, bit per stimulant peculiarly adapted' to comfort I 1859. ,
Ser'24.. 9-ly
of the Constitr.tion of the Stat of .arida. Southern Inventions Cents Fine Gold! Hunting Cased 1 Levers; Gents Fine I Class Ab.252 Draws Saturday, May26, 1&O I declining years, A, it is pleasant to the palate! I

SECTION 1. LtiteaaettdbytHe Scndttand h'o'trt Silver Levers. Anchors and Lcpincs; Ladies Fine. KEAKLY 1 PRIZE TO EYEKY TICKETS. invigorating to the 1-oweli, excellent as tonio, THE GRE.\T I.VEVrioOFTUE1GE'
"tatieti tf tin State t f H"'iJt I'MttHtral I G.1 ld Watches; Clocks of all descriptions. We hate lie evidoncc I'I'nn,1
R'lr' 1 Grand Capital Prize of QiJl.OOOOO rej.tvcnatins; generally.
Patented June 21rf 1S.;9 by REV. Lava and Coral SeLls 0G
( *i coHFtufJ Tbr the Stb section of Fine Florentine, Mosaic, Cameo of tjionsinils:, : of a'e-l w'n and women
the Clb! article of the C tlutio of Ibis State "hal PEELER, of Tallahassee, Fla.PEELEfl'S Brooches Ear Uin;,. Bincekts, Gold: Guard, who have cspciicnced; the Icndt; of usinpthispicparatiuu ar's Machine for Cutting, Planing, Uotldicg.

not hereafter' be A enFtruPI as render any Ju Vest And Fob Chains Liu'ies CLxtaluius, $ while: mffiii'i;; I rout Munacb de- &c., Irregular Forms in Icd.

(.ftbe Supreme Court. Chancellor or Jitd /of this VARIETY STEEL L \ Gold Guard Fob and Ball;" Kejs, :31 Plize or 51\0IIO; Ii lCS Pizcoll cr 3(10 tai.gettmntsmud! fencral iebiiitj ; fcclirg unds. .--0'l11F. --
Rtff ineligible to ether of the oiTecs of JuMiee of Diamond. Opal and Ruby lUl' *. 2 Prize of 20.000 I ca PrlZe'1I or 125 the advice of physicians, they !.ive ubaiidoocd
the SanremiCourt.Cbsncellor or Ju.Le of this State Plain Cold Pings, Gents Bosom Pius, Seals, 3 Pizes of 10.(1(10. C5 Prizes of 100 ard tested the undermined has become the owner cf tie
:EIcw i all dJcurioni ding* fuirly JL
t'i that 1.e' Er :! and cliflet- Lockc-ts. Chuims G"ld Pen* r.nd IVtcil right to use und sell th.s,: valuab'e; nmoLme )is
upon 'ground mine u :(i 3 Puizt s or 6.000 r.5 Pricee or 80ii neuu c.C this article. A few words to the ,
tot "Hie-. .! 'i' l (.f I ani l 41'.hIt'fllOIit. Gold Tooth Pit-Is, Gold amid Silver Florida and ha now dr..rA( wiivlilu: n-'l C"utitT.
I or p<* [Ninth General Awemblr. -Pawc.l the S *O EQUIRE., but one Stock for any Spectacles. Gold and fciiver 3 1'Iizcs of 3.000 ': 4.810 Prizes oC. 40 gciitl.r: SSL cf theta Rights to any who may desire to puro1ae' O I IIIe
caret Maibinee be in .
the cit'ttitLlHHml ninjonty January 18."j9. C.1 JL t Bide. ten ol which may be put on, ( : TLimb'es. Ac, ic. 3 1'izes of 2.000 ; 27,040 Pizes or 20 sit.: rii.l'r I lue trh: !! Il.e I\.!;.,ion of metiertnl I the slw> of I.can W. Uowen seen at operation the T.UiiLasst-: t soy time R PDejxtt. a.:
tb. llu' of tL. cousUlutiooalMijoritj I t.nkin off in minute. p
Representative I .ir one
bjr 100 P.izes of 1.OtmO II II32'JG tci'iijr that lie
i ii sbiurbiiiply ,
:! TIle macl.mo is simple iii its x>\ict ructionadapted
12. 1S3S. Is ll. txl ubs il.l.illi IInll "Ware. -
January j I adapted ) t> >irlt. ; Silver
if t-Lc 1-e j is apt to.fv.r .
nmvIe. vruug to of
I tivation, cad may bo turned into a iloiibli Plain! and Threaded Table Desert and Table Spoons, rliz II amounting to . llSG.85 i talth in her extrtae anxiety cut a greater variety irregular in trnJ
.J ACT to amend tb:: 7tb ieelion of (ibs I3tb trtirl <:e,ir of the Constitution this Slate.ClCTfoK I be nt tt5dsed to it, the cctt of which will i nut Salt soil Mustard Spoons, .I WHOLE TicikLTS; ?t2i> ; HALVES $ : QCAHTLES $5 ; for Ler ihta&t. Should the |'nicd of limo a'eruity! cf i is equal to twenty men, and in some kii;::$ ,.fwoik
EIGHTHS f 2.f. arrive durirg Il.eUI:1Ulcr reason. wear much rnoiv. It occupies but srrali ssacr.m.nlvfrom I
fie it cHartril fiiIke finale end Home dollar.
one "le Pie Kni\ts. Fists hllivt'll.Clh Knives .
1 j La Here
Soup and mind i R-nerally nTKrr.vr.le-l.
/ R'rrt* "taif"1 trie Sta'e of I inrula iu Gene I Every part Ts JctacLible and adjustable( I,. Cream Knives, Butter, Knives. Napkin Kings I Certificates cf Packages will be sold at the follow body for a fciimu'.ant! to three to four feel square is .uffi.it'III-.lnJ rsqtiirts
cal That the 7th! ion TIle stock. uiiuh! be made of .., I which is : then ii.lIcces"iy lecupe- but little power to drive it. Ev.'r\.' uniitfneat i
AitrmUy el' re el of the I lay I iii'.tliei.'i: Knivc-s and Fork. Cips.: Silver! Sauff rati, the risk the energ-es: cf the and enable tho
rate syvem biiililitt
Rii.I iIitEcnlt work in House .
nth article of! tile Convtitufi.Mi "f llil L@53 planV. is so simply constructed and there Cases and Port Monaics. Certificates oi of 26 Whole Tickets $299 CO2G h'i11annJ : abmtl
It Card
Boxes, Package: mother to Lear ; under her cxhaustiDg
meodei a to read,all llabilitii-s of Mich HunV shall welsh :rt thC 1.0:1 patt. that the v hole pL.w I : a a Half .14950 Furniture Carriage. Wagon and Krtrpr Bsulovij,

b, payable in rpreie. and the asT re. .t. of I.t! bhi : rrmhiy put up by the coii.iuoticsl Smith PLATED 'VAllE. 526 Quarter 74.75 pon.hilit.ei.the il'.itcn:; "ursing:to all other mothers icvigorators generally te, u.Lmj

tie an'l isues of a (exclusive of (Iep4ettu) ibtaiii'iijr' :1 correct piittern.Farmers prefer neatness and despatch.
Ro1 tlai : Tea Set!* puled on Gorman: S-'xer Beautiful Pat1 25 Eioblh" 37.57 thr.t! receive ilia I nJoriement of pliyBiciauj. JERE
at no time exceed :. tbe auiouut of its ; even fit their! present !
capital may \\utcu.l'itdIC" .
Jut l (
the taste
tcri.Si-l platt because II is agrrt-atie to as
it.u oV paid. in. vron"li* iron tuiniug 1i1038. tcooteis, and t July 16. 159. -9-ly
C.IICI l Baskets
I CY'.e Ba>keK. Rutttr Di-lw TIrE ORDINARY DRAWINGS well c.9 certain I to gite a pcrui&utkt increase
Ni.A General A'emh1-a'ed for tbis stoek.PEELER'S.
the Senate I.
Fiuit SII1:1'!". Sugar lta l><.ts. Candlestick : ol Wor'd. Eddy tl Co'5 Sins'e Number Lotterieswill boa'ry strcngih.
the rial I rr.'j..rityjaenarv 4. 1659. Pa;.rd 1 i -- Notice.SIX
( 15tUti ?, Goblet: Cups. ie. :. take place ia public, as follows: All those pcisuin. to whcra we have particularly .
the l by tie cor.i'ituiiotiaitr
I.u" "pr".Ctl.tjfe .I I MANURE : ----- -- : icIVned nb.-e. ti nit : sufferers from months after the first pnblic.it'oo: of tint, m.
Class/ 71 Draws ISfiO.
10. U56 ] on Saturday, Miy 5,
) \ DAPTED to the sowinz nnd Jiitributill: Cutlery. fever and ague, ciui>rJ liy malaria 2iarrLeta, ''. the nndcr.igned, administrator of tIme rsta't
', _L.\ knul ui" n'anure, c-l firtthz-r whether Rogers Wostenholuru Celebrated Pocket Cn' Class 72 Draws on Saturday, May 12, ISGO. dysentery, indigestion, iota of appetite and of Elizabeth Campoeil: deceased, late of Leon enurt .
t A5 ACT t" a-nrril the: aniueJ. (cstitution of te! ci-auc. tither in broadcast ill drill. Any I lery Tuble and Desei t Kaire, Svi sors SLi-.ire, tic. Class/ 73 Draws on Saturday/ May 19, 16GO. all discuses or itei-a-tmieimtt! of the ttomaeh, v will present his final account and vi uchers to t s.
State of PifiiJn in ieUli u to SCSIIODS f th. ,
General AKSMIIW'V.Frcrios ; : wai.o. on ft 11:n.faliou t.uy be readily Lied ( II Class 74 Draws on' Slt'mlayIay: 26, 1860.1ALLT bupeiannuatcd invnlid j.crions of sedentary lion. Judge' of Piobate of Leon county ansi ask to..
e it a tiifl.nj-; ">.t and irctliers, will consult
liiirsmz WILLIAM
purpo MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.Guitars occupation : di'chvged. PERKINS
I. Jit .t rtiafttdli Me ftne'' ""d JJeui |!I I OSK TEIzr TO Et'F.IIE TICKEKTS.
Violins Acc rJeooI' FIutiuos _. .. their own phjsicil WLlUre ly CiMng to Hos De 17. 1859. 50-6m A IU'r.
I I Ira Flutes Flngeolels -
] in
f / ittatcf i
Ttprft. t tJt 'io.iJI ,i- The niierigvi.d is II.Ihe owner of the tliil.
Stiunacli Bitters
'clelnatid a
.tmb <. ..,'. That lit nten.bris of the Hiillit: of P.oridi. for tlnte ,lInllllo.IS.Pl1lc I| Jb"jf\8 ii.Tambourines.. I IA It oRDIT.E.I DP..A.WIIctGTo -_ teller's C.\l"TIOX.-\ eaut'on' time public ngvcst -
.. etit.iirf- eba! ch'vn the ,, L OFine take above Notice.
Kepri? by 1litita! !) fiir tic fvlluning counties have nut place ns specified.
of the, iQiitatuii: counter-
] Gunf. SLot iVucbes, Powder Flasks Gun using any nnny or
luaifed: ""ter.an.!. shall serve f..r the term of two .; sold viz : Wad and I CRAM CAPITAL PRIZE OF .830,000. flits but ask for HO'STIITIRS Ctt.ifiRAT: : months after date the nn anJ the of the first I Icder CliP ,
'.- ;jean the rrm amended Constitution diy and ttli.'n Hamilton: Columbia Msdi!>ftn, Taylor- i i Ala, Table and Hall I-imrs, Lamp G101 1>es and i ii 1 Prize of. .$20.000 ;, 1 Prizes of. .$.l10C'I SrO lA'; CITTt'1S.: and --ce il-nt each bottle has his final accounts and vouchers tw the Jcoj.

the .ef.! *l. and corrneteei'ntbe !d MndayofNovember- !' POD Esramii.i.Washiugton, Uu.; i.s, Walton, Suiita : j nan :::lle and Terra Cotta Flares. China Jewel \ 1 5.000' 100 C 400 on thc sOc of tl.e tottle.! and &ir.ped estate of Adam ramlini, deceared, lnt. of u.4

jn each! reir. or at iueh otter times as may preMiibed The County Uiglits; for the above named Boxes, S(gnr .btand Caid Stand*. Cupl.lugtl. ,le'. I 1 . 4.000 I 100 . 300 on the: mcti'ii: eJ!' '\ 'irg the cork and county, and uk to be discharged ther'frr.ia.
b jC | with the hts Also. Pap.er; Jlatho Witting Desks and Work j 1" 3,000 I 100 ICO ob,Tve thai our autvgiapli signature is en the A. P. GUA1ILLVG. Adm'r.
L'I. of this Mate, Coi'uty Ui far the
; ckrammon Board. Chfes M, 'miiioes: Ulel Jan. 7, 1860.tm
[ .t rttr tner'td. That the I5epre-en tim ..f Deeatnr. Miller! and tally. of the Boxes } ii. I 100 .. 100
and eo'd
tativfs tbati the fr.t Mond.iv October : .Ioco l.i! :", Leather Satcbei, Table Hats, Japanned I :Prepared
11.d'FI on iii (:leor::it. ire II'.TV i.nV-uil for sale and may ArprtJtlmatiirn Prizes. SMITH I'lttsburgh. Va., and sold b7 ell
in each ai d ev. iy ,eeoi.I l j eur (r..m and af'er tl.efirft tij.ji'\ iuA rriiMniiiitely on mou tetrn* Whiter?. ic. I Notice.S .
by of
4 Prizes f 00 appro"-; to 50.00(1( itizenrel.600 druggists, grocer and ties'ers fcecorally
11'vi 1I1I1"r DrusLes
e1ti'! u-wler the aiienikn] Constitution, or en the! vmmmthmaaer a dluwc: to realize more than ten Ot..pe.IlCLir 'i Sba'ir.cr.1U'J .5 a COO" Prt COO ** 1.*HO throuekaut 'ho United Stiiea. South Aue- months after date, the undersigned will; pr.
SI.1) ';t'i "r ,5av at 1111 he Irrrte.i; l I". ;(?, Tooth Biuthes. Ac.Aho his final and vouchers lie: !
\ 1:1. tie oney for TI bub they can be bought.P 4 230 10.000 lj''00 rica. and Ger.n nT. sent account U uir'
Ski-. 3. 1e itf.rrl.err1.. Tl .it the Senatorslix'i P. iu any of thve counties "i nhmg rl'I,, a fine ortnient of Head Nets and Hair I II 4 a 5" 5,000" POO' Sold J. K. GI1ECOKV &: CO., 71. HASH -,[> uf Probate t>( Leon count j, .ixl apply t>n Cut mi,

t.. c'.i-! .!.u .v It q-i I'liieii! eitLtvrs for the term ti,n rights can .tt I .in them by o'| ;pl\ill:t', me I I Pins. F2f Call and sec.MYERS at A GORMAN'S. 4 200 4.000" cOO A CO.by, and AII & LIVELY, Tallaliac- I charge from the administration on the estate of William

nff-cr sears at the eaa: 'c liu r. >a lit* tme, n'anner.nj pUice or ray agent Fur this cotintv in which I 4 150" S.OOO COO Florida aud J. \'. SIIIPPEIl, NewPort Grimes, deceased. late of said county.
& h <)he .; ne uJ l.i
of the H< :<<"' the 1'iou is fj per horse, for the 5.000 prizes of 20 are. ,. .. . .100.CCO Apr.l, .'. I860. 151yNOTICE Jan 21. I860. "-''m_
a Senat ttt' he 1.. a Yo LJ:. man. a
ttie Unite.l State", and s'k.11 have Ine-i 1111 inlubttfttitf The cost of the material an I mnkirg of ti! ; St. New Oileant.REFERS II o,455 Piizes amounting to. . .. .. .$:20.0QO TO ALL Insolvent Estate Notice.
iL'i State f.ir t ten j ear ticvt lor..lin 1.lu:1'tic'11. ready fir plow in*;. uitiiany kind of It'LlII.If', !, No. 38 Pojdras ..-.- -. .- STATE O? FLORIDA, )
.ad ,b- 1:"'- vc-r there-fa rt".i.k-tt l of the tliitrict or J.. Tl.isii.c'uiJi 1 l-'th woixland iron'"' : eunU f.>r wh'wb li. bal 1.lx chen.! aad sbaJ Lsveattineil The cos* .-f the iilndes is owing tn their TO- I I M. SPENCER administrator of the ts'ateor
thanks fur the liberal pntronage )
I. the II <' of t-r, i.t\ -/\' veir!. |i ior II ia Ihe 1)rawim.s If returning his very I
? and what the ?mitii chains for 'unking, them. : Ex.Um' James 1 Urooce, ) ( Packages Ordinary I the indrr.i'jiifd X. William Pelt late of Wakulla eouniy At
Sic. 4. JSt it furl!irr t'iarrj. Thai the e1asfka.:f i itioncifSenitots i i- :rtierail> less than i is lurked mikinany / Geb. H. A. Shine, f Tal.3Ll2l1ee, Fia will lie sold at the fullnwinj! rate. which i is the rik: II..r..ltlM.stll.1 iuform upon the that hoJ- ceased having died in the Protests office <.( i.ujc.ninty

rua-ie :.t hut first.e* ion< f the Gr.i I kind of a plow Made bcu.g with"ut"t'IJ.. A. B. Noves. 1>q. I I1k. l Certificate cf Package of 10 Whole Tickets. .?M) { wnuld lespectfully pubIc a written sugetioi that li<* be'icvts!' tb*
ral Assemblr.! lieM i i.. the 1&15. "ua'l: c-ititinue lt and l the iewrolt, Fla. U 10 Half 40 still continues lilllC.UIUUn
y.ir bigly sir.i|' easy to give proper sett. 11. Spnccr Eaq.. f" estate of said William Pelt! to be ins !veiit. therefore
.nle, I> A '
0 hall be t'hocf':1 foierer hereafter iMom.iii'v: f-.r ti i tcoott-r snd s"p.1:1 cst in onr fho 'tiers G'n. \Vm. Bailey, JtffVrvm county, Fla. 10 Eighth 10 I In all it*virn>u"branches _- ; against said estate to appear and file.! the same wiii
term of four v'irs: l'rt>n>ifi !oa-erer. and it is I.ereby; without the wcik ..--- .
: f5. Time stocks iron cau G Putnam Esq., Madison FIn. 11 11J. nt the OLD S1'ANImip. tie Judge of Probate of said count* on or before the
earl. that the term r.f.ft.e of that t".as! 'k Stg>r., -4 1 tlt of July. lS;y. when there ,ill'be a pro rats .t l s-
ui*jrftir'.l at the t";.*' !J. chnll! tj;!>;-.l to en 1 exj.ire en the (ttutilondav len e<'ii.idrvd 1. ,-nmmnt', Esq.. to purchase; name the Lottery in which yonii h it to his' I'uane.ii to E'l :; ._ ::

iu Oetol-er ti:bteen l.uixued end mx'yt'vft.rr. The )/o.e: Uemonieal Convenient; and I u 1. Seixi.. r-. q., }J Thornascille. Geo. invested: nnd whittier you wish AVlioKs. orQuirtiTS. I merit a 'o"ti'uillC of a Yja'- 'cit. ''O'' t; estll.le.n. L HENDERSON Judge of Probtti

:5. lie it fai'.ei tn-ie', lint the Crf eW I cienl Culiraor Ercr Invented .Jack J. Marsh Faq, Duncan ville, Ceo.Nov. I .m leiciptif "-bwe, send what is ordered share of the public p.itroar. "' 7 _- Pec 31. 159. BS-tm( _
linn fur ...{ ,!; )men i.n.ur tl :, Ovstitution iha'.lt e1S5S.. 47 I by first mail. toectb-r wish, the scheme.' :e. __
\. place c 11 the Gttt M<> .lav' in Oct.l.er. eijbteea A Treat many i>f the most reliable: and intei; Immediately after the drawing n I'rmted Draw- I lie would also! inform .-. Wttkulla Circuit Court.-Jn Equ y.

hiadiei1! r- 1 t.i'y: and the f.r-t s .j.Ja i of the (Jene nl.ii.tris 1 of Middle Florida have given eel i WILLIAM p. SLUSSER j ing. Certified to >>y the Commissioners will be cent the public thai he 'ii' Mary E. Lawrence, 1n

tat .\! *'"; nnder hut amended C' Bill for Divorce.
omroeiiee "itj tJe!> ti.;-ui! Moti
year ei/1 lUeu bundrorl and i'l'y: one. ( Plow u-1-', bung: not only the most Sec.'G. Jit filter e" !eeJ. Tbat ihe sessions of cheapest p ow they have ever teeu.Till" and State. Pictures taktn from A small size up to a cabinet: IT fiUd. that Ibe defendant this Bill r,
tit G..nl"lal A''('tr.i,!y shall i.ct extend ever thirty P o\v has iken (he first premium in IRON WAItE, WnoLESAtE AND RETAIL All communications strictly confidential ant I life size. DACiiERioTTrrs copied and enlargedto sides out of the State of Florida : It ia rrdere.1 tbl

Wijs in Ou.ition. uiie
tb. members snVJ deem .i ex;>e<:4'lIt.o! mender were awarded to it at the South Carolina: H after the drawing-other prizes at the us'iil painting. WM. KUHKS. the Judge of the Middle Circuit of the ttit.ef '

t Vall receive pay from the State f.'r Lit nict-s nler tat Fall' ; hut I do! not want |,iantira to bav I Stove Ceut.QntrCt'rs.I I tirno of forty daYJI. OCall: and examine specimens. .4 Q Florida on t. e first Monday of July next UK
tlii'FC rtTonuniui.itiuns! alotte. I .
: ta. expirati of tliiity dnys coutlnuously from the i inimetiwmcr.t I HJHUI time have the want .A SPLENDID aesortmcnt Cooking, Parlor t71fld.. Eddy & C.'" Lotteries ore drawn at Jan. 14, I860. S-I( further ordered l, that a copy of this or J<'r b. puMtaUJ
right- ,10'\\1 maiJe: --- J't.r
.1 of Lt.t'! 'I's""o. { buy given k Augusta. Georgia, nnd Wilmington. Delaware.! in tbe FWiJijin and Journal, once a week for the
--- "
trimn.edrtb -
I 4 JL and Wood Stovea. Leatuj 8S
I Ij fair tii.il, and if after m.mkiiot nud g
J i Sir. 7. Ee itrthereeeted. Tbat the ict entitled! j pro{'etly Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to P. B7BHOKAWS. of three months.
I then they d., not find them us ndveitiMrd, I i and durability reduced prices. --
aa act to amend the On-litutu-n of tl.i State sn us I IM j EDDY & Pulsed Chambers this 29th day of March A. D.
>le<'!'pe myself to return them their Out Door \York.RooGnj. WOOD. CO. Augusta Georgia.or
h' mala 'l.e sections of the Oetieral'c".Lly Lien | money. LIVERY Ain SALS STABLES 1860. J. WATLES BAKER JnJg
think is : fair ns tlu-v could ask ACFXTS WOOD EDDY A CO., Atlanta, Georgia.or ,
aid insleu-i of acuttal, be and t'-c' arne is Lertby !i u \ I Ornamental Front Hcnd. Guttering Copper Match 31. I860. 14-Sm
abrogated and acn iel.: so fur m the earce is iucoii-. ; A J. "PEELKIl, Tallahawe, rind Tin Conducting I'ipes. Sheet Lend Sheet WOOD EDDY & CO, Wilmington Del. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

sialtnt with the provisions of this act.Pasted I ima'va: Shop ia this pines! cxelnt-ive'v! "n I Zinc. Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pnmps. Shop work 2f* Circulam containing Schemes for the month /"PHE Proprietor would in- Notice.SIX .

r [ the House cf Keprestntativei by theC.'n.titutk.nI I in making nnd p-pairirg these p'ow: Th" of everj variety: &-ne at short notice will be sent free of expense by addressing ns above JL form his friends and the will .
chasing p'antdtKiii! rights can l-e ftriheJ with months after date the nndeisigned ft
majority Janunry J5. 18iO. Passed and Icrrlmnts public, that b. has rebuilt his _
I Couutry
'. tit Setae t by the Coostitutioa I majority January ai lt rents per jX'U-id. iron womb, 21 cents per | City i Plow.Patented Brick SUbles at tbe old stand, an ;. 11,1159] I steel work-which is less per pound than any Are respectfully invited. to give me a call befoie purchasing i Clark's arpe to accommodate his friends and customers of Probate of Leon county and app'j t r a final l *'"
plows! can be made fur in this market elsewhere. -0-- prepared Blacksmith charge from tIe adminiuistratioii ui the esUlt If
lie also has attached to Stable, a good
t Orncc or rat-SECKETIST or STATE, ) -Peb. 4,-1860.-- 7-to June SO.Perfect '. best 3T material N. B. and All articles warranted manufactncd durable. from No other the very art February 14tb, 1SGO.o Shop,where Le will have bave done all kindeoi Mary M. Townsend del'euN.late LYMAN SillTII of said, 8fJUot Admr./.

Tailahaisee, March nIb, 1860. )f will be offered for sale.October Plantation work. Horse shoeing,Bud Carriage work in lI-6tn

I hereby certify the toreo'in;: ads entitled AnAt GREAT SOUTHERN IN 20, 1855 42 THE right to sell this PLOW in the States of the very best manner and with promptness and diE. Marchl0,1C0.

to amend the (th! .'I ion of the Clh article of the I ia and Alabama has been sold and assigned patch. Notice.SIX .
Constitjti.'n cf the Ste of florida," An Art to to Cot Jo-eph H Alston. of Leon county. Novembers, 1858. H'
C. amentithe 7th section <-f $the IClh artiVIe of the Co,. RONEY & LLOYD'SPATENT 'IUXXO: &? I State and County Rights for other sections are offered months from the first publication fit ills' *

j':' stituticn of this State" "An Act to am'n.1] the EOtTIIEENicw. q ", OJJai. 1 for sale. Apply immediater.! This is no hum- Carriages, Buggies, and HarnessFor the undersigned administrator..f I. u':*

mended l'n'ltution: of the State of Florida in reatk \.i\ birr invention but u strong simple andchenp. Sale by P. B. Brokaw. of John Parkhill deceased, late of Leon d-uuty, "I*
\. E. B. CLARK, Patentee. his final account the Juilge of ProlaIO!
) >n to tl.e CSu.r.I cf the General Assembly to : t-S present
b. lice etd correct copies of the t iinal acts oa ma! FACTOTtSAND March 10 1860. 11 ] ------- t I very large supply of Carriages S. M. PARKHILL. AdalP. ia this offi .. -
Patented Dec. 27th, 1S59."TTTE .
which he
and Harness, offers
Withes mv efCtial sisr.atnre; FULTON FOUNDRY Buggies, Feb.1,1S60.. g-om _
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' for sale on the most reasonable terms.
F. L VILLCPIGUn.Secretary call the attention of the public to
(Srnrral (Commission JUtrcbant5 FLORIDA. No\'embe"18.1854. 46 BlacksmithNotice.
of S'ate.! I \ V PLOW feclm; satisfied that it is TALLAHASSEE, .

I I2ff The Jsct'cnriiV! SiMnrd.( Tamiia! l'euiu'u-I cotiretrent, valuable! aul eci.iMimic.i] plow yet DENTISTRY.DR.
lat and Mirianna I'atrv't will pubi.! i... six..ucJu L.d. and niwt. hen it has been tried, Inler| NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF, JOHN CARDY, Proprietor.0 .

aDd TorvMrd c.uLt to tLc Ilxrru'ire: Dopnrtw.tit. oth,-r<. Tun is tin opinion of experienced (. P. IIAXCK, -

F. lfar\h 24. ISO(.._ 13-gu I wb.. Lave exaiiiiiuIU it. We arc are prepared W. }I. Tl'SSO. } Charleston, S. C. ENGINES fiora 0 to 35 horse "power,
patents, awl r.,ll the special attention of the }I. R. TUX O, STEAM order of the best material and workmansbip .
I hat: those wishing mcy secure them *II. 1 w. XOWELL I and ns cheap as can be purchased in Sew .

Internal Improvement Lands. I I can V>" teen at Lloj.J. and we will leave I -4--s York or any Northern city rind laid down iu Florida.

: ; distributed at tiif.iuit places very KOOU.RO.NEY I the absence of one of our firm, Messrs. D. C.Viisnn j I Castings for Saw Mills Gsist Mills. Gin Gearing. Ac.

:BY order of tlm. u.,,r.1 rf Trustees of the Internal L IN t Son Tallaha'see Fla, will represent j I II' : te.. constantly on hand. Sugar Mills (rom 12 t-> 18 .

,.,'.'a1 1 I'uud notice i is hereby given that I' Jnn: 14. ISfiO_!-tf us, receive and advance upon nil Cotton designed fur I inches iu diameter alwny on hand,or mldet order. T. J. CUR LEE ,
all lands ('onf lme.1 to the flat* of rjorf-'n under the JrNOWELL Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing for graveyards All 1i'
us. UANCKEL 1 UN NO I I return bis grateful ackuowledgemenU rpHE BLACKSMITH BUSnfTiSS ET
act Septeuber 4, 1841.(commonly" seeignatodio.! I Just Received, i I' Charleston S. C. : Ac.Jobbing. WOULD citizens of Southern Georgia, and Middle I branches will be earned on a s heretoSirt. .1"tit

5I ternal Improvement Lxuds ) T.J.Jb bavc: not b rret,. I Per Bark Jfoxtey from A'cw I Jan.: 23. SCO. 3 Z3T Sentinel copy. I I work of all descriptions executed with I and East Flotida, for the \trj liberal patronage OLD STAND by the nndcrsv/ned, wb ngj
- fcr* been offered for sale will be to addressed
orders to
suHect All
private I neatness and despatch. received from them during the past five or six years. thanks for and solicits a cootinuiuon of tU pu'
entry from aud after the Gift diy of June next with SELECT Lit of URANDIFA MEDICAL, KOT3CK.. }Florida will be
I II A i John Cirdy Tallahassee, promptly He will continue the practice of the above profession patronage heretofore so liberally extended.
and CAN DUoo\
t-e csreption ol( the "Geoijpa Fracti'ms. t D attended to. in those sections of country, and has made such July 1. 859. 30 D C. WII.tO'p
ij4 I'.no"J owning improvements on my of said lands Love Cordial, plxrry Cash. -
Dr. Stuart White (KT Terms arrangements with manufacturers of Dental Materials. -
t will have the prrfiienee in entering the same F.nae J I Lemon
provided of
North ns to enable him to put up ni Mtts BLACK-8MlTHING !
, the proof of tuch i.nprovetaeiit: be filed! on or I Mint d, Vise Apple located near Station 1, on the Pen. A Geo. Specii teeth in any or the popular modes at from fifty to
/ before the that of June. Where two or more own I Anisette do iHrawbt-rry ( HAS .: :'l, and otters bis professional services ISTotioe.i one Iitndrecl dollar less than ia usually charged for SUBSCRIBER gives

4 4sL. improvement. ou the 'am' tract tbs peison actually Oiling do I Co nae Dran-ly. t<> l the citizens of the surrounding "nur.tn-. 'lie can i nTT-MH 0 purchased the interest Joseph Cardy the same in the South; (be mean what he .'1.)and ZTHE* that he has opened ll'y;

rrt-iJin on OAJJ tract mil have the rref. rceeC-'lh( fttue !, Kamel do Cliainpagne be found at the residence of Mr.J. J. Quires, about !i I L in the Fulton Foundry, as well us all accounts guarantees them to be as DC a ABLE, BKicnrcL and SHOP sgs' .

the pcron first mskinj sucb inipravcmcnt will ALSOA one mile from the Station. i I| doe the concern the 1.1:51O"s"ill hereafter be conducted bhavicEABLK as can be put up North or Sooth. eonuectioo:with his LJTKIT STsau.s wb rt .
1 be prifmred. la cases eoiQictiiig the e.'ctr-lill; j I large assortment of fine CANDIES. Nov. 20, 1S59. 47 by roe. Those indebted will please come Those iu need of his service..can, by .dropping i a ban doo, all kind of Plantation aoJ Carrisf* .c
parties must present the evuieuce upon which their i i Mareiml7,18m0. 12-tf C. M. forward rind settle their note to bins ni either fmeitcchlms or MadMop, JU -ALSO-

! F claim decision is based II before made me on the their first respective of June. tW a :' I Gulf ( Jity & Interior RailI .I I accounts.JOHN CARDY. have the work dune and time to test U fetfrw paring .' HORSE SHOEING in the very fIt, mss

nay upou II' !I 1860. 217Dissolution. for it. tit baTtt
decision January O and will DM .n", eodeaver
daim"'j ,
1, Ti From ustecs.ray I'ronuuJ an after appoal the 1 tii lies>t of to June the .< SXTotloo.ALL I Road Company. : t1r: Tlie best 2S. IMP.references R given* if desired.1)ecenuwr doN with diI pat k.Jitjniry .aocI"lIGlt JBOU."te-'

terms) Impiotement LiiiJs will ba ulilfureathny !i perrons who Lave not already M r 'it l F.' 3.

ill ( teu per cent. being reducled fiom tbs forirerIMM ; uf their tnxiblu property are '' I cflpartntrship of T. hAYWARD A SON I Fellow Cizizens J.un. i _
that do once.'uuder the is hereby given, that in conformity with -
*. : fled they must *v nt NOTICE I THE dissolved March let by tbe retirement ...rI
I silso l hereby notify! aU! persons who are indebted to I of a double tax.w'hu.h the Ian: directs in such tlf the Gulf City Railroad Cnm|". ;I s who desires to close the business of THE lOOK: Ul.funi.jc' 10 ib, ,c-ut of J. M. Notice.

t : the Trustees upon tlt talmeut note, given for tl.e pur- I The Tax Ascei or respectfully suggests i ny. books will be opened in Taiislmasee.!! at the StoreOf T. Hayward psaisitiie.up All persons riJe ilvw that many of you are riDe tlat ieskt J
firmas as
rbaef Internal Improvement or Swamp and quite impossible for him to call on each one n. A. Shine,jr, ou Satordny the 21st January I the late speedily | solicited; to come estate in sums of 11 and upwards. The books and eentLieoiaeobntasmidw1usb.s1totba.nooifea after .

, flowed I-nml. that said notes Lab ci.: under o.-er-I I their delay many teem t j tlm.k he should do ; IbCO and at the Store of Dnn'l LaJd. in Newport : indebted tel them and are respectfully their due. One of the. firm accounts will be .found with th. uberiber'until tl .rI

: of tbeBuard.. turned over to;he Treasurer. Mr. I contrary' it i. clearly the-duty of every for subscripliuus lUbe Capital Stock of said Com without always delay be found pay at their old stand (now occupied lat of next July. when they will tie turned over id uf 'M&eo'lieowelUlty."btl o'T. V.' Skrjw
I and render iu their li.t tbe will the Sheriff with itrttclio u Col cL Tale due lor on thesata J
Austin. Jw ill aulborizcd to rect-ivo the inooey LaU come to pany.. attend to the collee- t
to l
F. ) ari
> saw*. HUGH A. CORLEY. I can be seen lay time,at.th. Drag Store of I The bo.ks.wiU-b. opened under the supervision of by A. aforesaid dnea. notice thereof and govern yourselves fditl 1I'" laid eotmt.]'-. aacI ak to R.'iI -'r
Salesman of tbu Board of Trustees !I Gregory A Co. L. a DEMILL e t the following Commissiooers : Gen. R. A.:Shine, Joseph two o t T. HAYWARD 4 505.Vsrch SC A: SPEXCEB, VilV.Ktfwpcwt H.T.CHANGE DLOCJt 1
1.1 Tax-Assessor for Leon Chures and Daniel Ladd. EeqJA Msrt'fl 24, 1SO. II' S 4tprib.iiG'' t
of the rllt..rllaI1"'rro & ,. !. t, 1WO': 1"kIoti f'l > .
Ifcj-Jb 1'. > So 12 V.r. It, '& t 3-till I.1 Jia [ 4It. ( 14. 180.: S